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THE IANyALLEY RE;ORD THURSDAY, NOV. 1, 1951 R mmaaimFmmmFm! ENJOY SLEEPS Original Sedative Capsules, Containing ATOMINE* For Relief of Nervousness,--Hypersensitivne - Sleeplessness Effect Prohmged Sedation Without Interference with Mental Alertness Gradual Reduction of High Blood Fressure AVOID CLOSE Ir.tITATIOi:S OF THIS ORIGINAL PRODUCT* A Time-Tested Formula Pioneered by Bayer e GET THEI AT YOUt ]I.,IUGGIST CARL&apos;S DRUGGreenvil:e HILP'S DRUGReno SPAULDING D RU G----Susanvilie WALGREEN'SReno LASSEN DRUG CO.Chester and Susanville LANNING DRUG CO.Westwood QUINCY DRUG--Quincy CHRISTMAS IS COMING! SEE OUR VERY UNUSUAL ASSORTMENTS Of XMAS GIFT ITEMS Including Ceramics. Toys - Chinaware Lamps and Lampshades Wood and Metal Novelties FAY'S GIFT SHOP li|l|illliliJillllllgll|lliil illillililllilillil ! Fall OPPORTUNITY Sale STILL IN PROGRESS BY POPULAR DEMAND MEW STOCKS ADDED COATS - SUITS - DRESSES HATS - BLOUSES - SKIRTS ALL MUST GO DRASTIC REDUCTIONS! All Sales Final--Cash--OR Lay-away on substantial Deposit Only J BETTY JEAN SHOP QUINCY ailnnlninlnilllliimllnnllllUlUlnnuuullUll AMATEUR TALENT S H O W Thursday, Nov. 8 AT HAPPY BIRTHDAYS TO: Oct, 28---Sally Donaldson. Oct. 3G--Constance Deal. Oct, 31Earline Wilson, and JudyRahn. Nov. lDavid Hayes, and Eleanor Johnson. Nov. 2,Jimmy Whitfield and Iobby Barnes. AND CONGRATULATIONS TO: Carl and Betty PaulsenOct. 23. Wally and Charlotte Robbins. Oct. 29. Michael Junior and Echo Ayoob--- Nov. 1. SELECT EARLY FOR XMAS Stationery -- Toys Notions  Ceramics Lamps -- etc. USE OUR LAYAWAY PLANI INDIAN VALLEY VARIETY GREENVILLE Jewell Standart, Owner i*'FORTHCOM ING MINSTREL SHOW GIVES PROMISE OF BETTER THAN EVER With more than 30 present for the rehearsal of the forthcoming minstrel show, last Monday night, the event gives promise of being an even greater success than last year, advises Director Joe Good- win, Some of the talent which took part in last year's show is again on deck, he stated, and their ex- perience will prove an advantage to the staging of the entertain-, merit this year. Interest in the production is also at a higher level due to the success of last yeaffs show, he said. Rehearsals are held at 7:45 every Mooday night in the upstairs of the Masonic Hall. More male voices are needed, but anyone in- terested in taking part is welcome. to attend, the director atate. ;" exclusive representation AVON COSMETICS FEATURING COMBINATION XMAS G I F T PACKAGES VIOLA VAN FLEET Greenville Ph. 32-M-3 after 5 ST. ANTHONY'S BAZAAR DECLARED A SUCCESS Despite many conflicting activi- ties which included the big foot- ball game at Portola last Satur- day afternoon, the annual bazaar staged by the St. Anthony's AI- tr Society was again a marked success, it was declared. Every- thing on sale was disposed of with the exception of a few uillow slip sets. stated Lone Defanti, pub- licity chairman. Left over items may be purchased at the home of Mary Schieser. Prize awards consisting of a tur- kep went to Marceau Pauliafi; a box of groceries to Anne Smith, and the cedar chest and contents went to Dr. J. C. Styer, it was reported. The ladies wish to thank all those who attended the affair or contributed in any way to its Success. LEGAL FORMS of most stand* arde requirements are always tv be found at the Record office. TUESDAY NIGHT AWARDS Two cases of beer were given to Frenchy Prideaux and Harvey Russell at the Theatre Tuesday, night, a fishing pole was awarded i to Bud Razee, and turkeys went to Bert Berg and Leona Davis, it was stated today by Manager Ran- dall Goldenson. The prizes were provided by Glenn Grenke of the : PLUM00 T00&TRE " enville ACBVE('dENT ,PROGRAM SET FOR SUNDAY AT QUINCY SCHOOL The 4th Annual Plumas and Sierra Counties Achievement Pro- aram will be held at the New Elementary school in Quincy, Sun- day, November 4th, beginning at 1:0 pro, with a pot-luck hmcheon, :,eeording to Alton Young, Farm ,\\;dvisor. Competing members will be given a large number of awards by the various sponsoring organ- iations Pins are furnished by the, California Bankers Association, who will be represented by Mrs. Cecilia Chamberlain of the Indian Valley Bank of Greenville. Green caps for new members and white caps for senior members will be furnished by three Granges, re- oresented by their masters, Harry Harmon of the Indian Valley / Grange, Jess Wallace of the American Valley Grange and K Bruce Miles of the Sierra County Grange. Mr. Paul Stewart, Master of the Pomona Grange will pre- sent special awas to each club , a=_..eam,.j Artists Electricity awards for complet- ing members will be made by Mr. Late ' 'necoramgs Harvey Yeager. manager of the Quincy Branch of the PG&E Co., representing the ,Pacic oast Electrical Association. The Plumas-Sierra Cattlemen's Association will be represented by President Roy Carmichael of Por- tola, who will present a cash award. Representing the University of California will be Mr. D. T. Batch- elder of .'Berkeley, Regional Di- rector of Agricultural Extension. The following are leaders of the various clubs: Indian Valley, Mrs. Eleanor' Holt, Mrs. Bessie Garcia, Mrs. Jim Rilea and Mrs. Bruce Bidwell; Featlver River Club at Quincy, Mrs. Frances Young, Mrs. Dorothy Borneman, Mr. and Mrs. John Gray and Mrs. Irene Guess. Sierra Valley Club at Vinton, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Davies and Mrs. Naomi Knobel, now of Sparks, Nevada. Sierra County Club, Mr. Frank Turner of Sattley, Mrs. Beluah Wley and Mrs. Angie Genasci of Loyalton, Mrs. Erma Strang and Mrs. Paul Kofford of Sierraville. NADINE AT WORK AGAIN Nadine Bartholf is reported to have settled back to work at the Setzer office again after spending the past couple of weekends visiting her mother and grand- mother, Melba Hawkins and Edna Laufman at San Leandro, and her husband, at Chico. A daughter, Linda Cu'istine, was born to Mr'. and Mrs. David Strong Jr., of Crescent Mills, at the Batson Hospital in Greenville, on Tuesday, Nov. 30. She weighed 6 lbs. ozs. --'k-- Mr. and Mrs. Leo Vanderhoven of Paradise are the proud parents of a baby girl born Sunday Oct. 21st. She has been named Ger- main Rose and Weighed 6 pounds, 10 ounces. PLUMAS THEATRE GREENVILLE, CAL.-Phone 48M News by The Indian Valley Record O Thursday-Friday Nov. 1-2 Jane Russell  Jack Buetel Walter H,ouston - Thomas Mitchell THE OUTLAW A Great Western Returns Saturday Only Nov. 3 Bill Williams -- Jane Nigh BLUE GRASS A Peter S. Kyne Horse Story Kirby Grant SHOW DOG Featuring Chinook, the Wonder Dog Winter Schedule starts Sunday NEW STARTING TIMES: Evenings 7:30 P. M. Matinees--Saturday and Sunday 2P.M. Sunday-Monday Nov. 4-5 Heddy Lamarr - Victor Mature George Sanders-Angela Lansbury Henry Wilcoxon SAMSON and DELILAH Cecil B. DeMille's Greatest Spectacle Tuesday.Wednesday Nv. 6-7 Douglas Fairbanks, Jr, THE GREAT MANHUNT WANTED Anything That Can Be Sold--For Disposal At The-- LEGION AUCTION SALE SATURDAY, NOV. IO Merchandise Of Any Kind Can Be Left At Former Van's Fountain Saturday, Wednesday Or Any Evening, Or Telephone 92-M Or 55-M-3 Items May Me Contributed Or Will Be Sold On Consignment. ORDS DECCA--MGM--RCA--CAPITOL and others e Chri00 ;tmas Gift Package IO SELECTIONS $3 STOCKS LAST! D JERRY'S MUSIC CENTER North Main Street--Greenville Buy "em where you are assured a quocantee otservicel NEW 1951 JEEP .......................... ONLY $1770 Loaded with extras--including sales tax and license 1947 INTERNATIONAL PICKUP ...... NOW $850 Long wheelbase model In good condition 1947 DODGE 4-DOOR SEDAN ............ AT $1315 Has radio, and heater. Good paint, perfect upholstery 1947 MERCURY STATION WAGON ONLY $1050 Has New Motor, clutch, battery and paint. Radio and Heater. A real buy in our book. 1933 CHEVROLET SEDAN ........................ Good tires--md it runs--We'd call it a steall THE WEEK'S SPECIAL 1947 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR SEDAN Top Condition. Loaded with Extras AND ONLY $1195 (Save $200.00 on Thisl) TWO NEW 1951 PLYMOUTH CLUB COUPES NOW AVAILABLE ON TERMS AT PRE-TAX-INCREASE PRICES They're BecmUes  Better See Them Todayl i BURTON MOTOR SALES, Your DeSoto -Plymouth Dealer Telephone 90-M GreenviLle , i< i Exciting Escape from behind t Ir0n Ctlrtain  e vi F &] E t] is t( Z im