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,NO,AN VALLEY .eco.o THURSDAY, NOV. 2, 1950 HII Iil I I THE HIDEAWAY LODGE is pleased to announce the opening this week of its new l COCeTAa LOUeGE in connection with its DINING ROOM SERVICE YOUR INSPECTION INVITED The Hammonds, Your Hosts Phone 56-M-2 Greenville J I NEW MALE FILM STAR 20.30 &apos;ws FELLOWS,I, D'NN, "'UMAS-StE, R'-"OMONA ' SET FOR TONIGHT GRANCE MEETS MAKES DEBUT HERE The sehoc)l safety and traffic "" _*rI sponsored by the local 20-30 The monthly Fellowship dinner The Plumas-sierra P,o IN WEEK END PICTURE Club will be trained by Deputy of the Community Church will Grange vl, meet in regular " heriff Ed. Spellmeyer. The side- be held this evening at 7:30 p. siDe Satuzdy night ,Nov. 4, The next attracti, on at the Plu- walk from the high school to Mul- m., at the socail hall of the p.m. in the eather River [as Theatre is Stanley Kramer's Hns Service Staten will be paid for church. Anyone is weloome to Hill in Quincy. Election of brilliant film drama, "The Men," rom state and county funds. Corn- attend, each family being asked for 1951 will be held and all which will be shown on Sunday plete uniforms PJr the Junior to provide a hot dish and table hers are urged to be and Monday through United Art- Safety Patrol will be paid for out •service fop themselves. Mr. and members from this area tats release. The third smash hit of 20-30 Club funds. Instructor Mrs. Lyal Wells are hosts, quested to take salads for th3 in a row for this independent pro- Harry Price..of the local high 1 luck meal to be held after ducer, the film co-stars the un- schG,ol, will select students whom PAY VISIT TO CHICO meeting. - usual newcomer to Hollywood, he feels will do a competent job Mrs. Orpha Jackson and Mrs. Marlon era•do, who made a on traffic safety. Fay Seymour were business visit- Reelect Mel Sohooler ov. 7 great persnal success in the o- ors in Chico yesterday.  € . ,. •,, • ,,, Broadway play, "A Streetcar The annual 20-30 turkey sh, aot Named Desire," a few seasons will be held Nov. 19, 1950. This :.:.**.**:.o.,. • AFTER Y0U VOTE back, and lovely Tresa Wright will give the gun experts a chance wh°se carrer in H°lyw°°d is t° win a cheap Thanksgiving PLUMAS i ATT:: E known to everybody, dinner . . . if they are lucky. Based on an original story and o screenplay by Carl Foreman, the To the young men in this corn- THEATRE highly sensational theme vf "The munity who are interesetd, regular TALENT SHOW .Men" concerns the unusual devo- 20-30 meetings are held every teen of one woman for a man Thursday night, 7:30 p. m., at the GREENVILLE, CAL.-Phone 43M i TUES ..VBER 7 whose trUe love she could never Star Hotel. V;eek Night Shows - 8 p.m. • "' . possess.  .,uday  Sunday--,. .9.= ! AT PLUMAS THEAT It tells the story of men who The local 20-30 Club (275) is News by The Indian Valley Record • have t learn how to face up to planning a dinner party in honor __ • life with fortitude and understand- of the wives and girls friends of eng. Brando plays the role of Ken. its members. No definite date has Friday-Saturday Nov. 3-4 : Indian Valley Bank who refuses to meet adversity half- been set, but the dinner will be DAVID BRUCE way until he is finally convinced held sometime in the near future. YOUNG DANIEL BOONE " Immmllillmmnlillmlllemlllllmllllmiimlltielllellllll| that it is harder to buck life than Each lady guest will receive a : Commercial & Scvinq  to face it squarely, small token gift in appreciation of (In Cinecolor)  ........... m mm M 1 her attendance also , t.nr.J.Dr v tbbt. Llr m • ar on Brando and Teresa •  • " " m n Wright portray these difficult ----.o LEON ERROL Dee •*o--*., ,.*-•, •  = roles superbly, with the aid of a Present members in the local JOE KIRKWOOD Jr. ':. N i  : fine supporting cast that has that 20-30 Club are: Mi.chael Ayoob, | D|[[( • fee ra o n Harold Taresh Austm Neer Wes JUl lklaUX/llk/l m " d" a d stage actor, Everett ' , , ,  Sloane, at its helm. Albert. Hubert Smith. James ]iJ[]]T I[n]lJlDUI]DV  "'r'r-" • • -- <I May, Don Freeman, David Strong llir.r.lO illUffl[lll%r,l  tlll mm : mS • uncle Roy Bobo. Prospective new -- '-'  " 'i. • D"|I |]|][|A]k| TglI|V me bers are: Tad Tweedle, Rich- Sunda, Mond a. Nov 56 2'wm - / _ {: mm IXUURU IRUIkIq V/4hhMi ard Cameron, Walace Robbins, Y" Y " " • q¢/ 1  :ii!' • Mr. Underwoc,, manager. Mr. Reggie Backer, Grove Pierce and MARLON BeANeD  l I• ] m  Dave Steele assistant manager Harry Price. TERESA WRIGHT  jnp. 'al ll m  • and Mr. Mcgenkie commercial o-- In Stanley Kramer's / 1'( r  •  m manager of the Citizens Utilities Applicants for membership int,  s  =m  aT  I• Co of California visited the 20-30 organizaton must be between I H [ l| r r . i " m m Greenville Telephone office last the age of 20-35. A charter me[- A Completely New Exeprience Be- mm •  [] m •  / m   week. her is not declared past active tween Men And Women m- m -.I m: mkm • - i : m Herb Crouch motored to OrovHle until he reaches his 36th birthday " mi [] • -- m [][] k 2Je - :  last we n  a,,u ,,.+., ', Past active merely means that any  It- m • l l ml l  ] m  1 member after becommg 36 years Tuesda Nov 7 i  =, Mr. and Mrs. Ted PfaslgTf " Y • mmm mmmmmm m 1,1 m m   spent two days in San Francisco of age, cannot hold 20-30 office, . Annual Soro-timist : 5 • ', m this week although he still continues to be a  ' P WITN "THE : = M " ' member of the organization. • : .... • rs. Myrtle McMillan had as ---- AMATEUR TANT SHOW /.   -# • Ill • guests this week her sister, Maxine If Jame --W-- ................. - 7 'J.' •  I DU £tllU rl f2HI1 e e m • Coke and her daughter of Reno ........ 8:l- 1". M. y-',ey -' ,---" • • mm Mr and-"   " . roarK reac tnis commn we ne "I I/ - "flu.  • m . 2ars. am 'reeman ana ....... ' . ' ........... €  {, • [] [] child-e• of Anderson visited here twenty terry club (275, with ¢et YOUr /tCKeIS Prom ny oro- • =  m r ........ both of you fellows the best of ptimist Club Member _ ! _- []  over tne weeKenu wicn rienas luck and sincerel he e ou'll " e ' m and relatives' y p y o , • I . " back in club activities in the very /'.l [] [] , Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hall motored near future Wsdnesday-Thusday fov. 8-9 l.:a : ] = to. RenD Monday on a shopping " " DIANA LYNN-CHAS COBURN  i ! i :u::J°:7oW2;iC:r:n:i2t;:Y FREE PRISONER OF WAR c%%%o wwooo  [ m • - , . with. her parents Mr. and Mrs. T., ( . "V( " D  _ _ V .J • [] - Frank Furtwangler th$ week IlbO U|" U/qkIO /dl + | l U l | 31 v.. | v ,,\\;\ tll m ,, . ,, " (In Technicolor) .. -- l_  []_ ,Mr. and Mrs. Chp Menefee, ]k)'i'llDTH [(diO]AM AD||)'I4 e*****'-'*'*k'**k"." %" ql WW I I W  W YB  dr .m !1 1 m spent the weekend in Orville lUllkl[1411kUl] [,HIll[D! TW......... J-------u rmmlo e J U m m u  . m visitihg fend and relatives.. Private First Class Samuel E. ] . __. , .... ;_--"-  $ • Mr. and Mrs. Alex argent anD. Hyde, Son of Mrs. Erma Alton of I :- ..---"-- . II •, children are spendin this week Genessee was in - ...... i " "-*   174ea, d EI__ DeLuxe. Dis.n.  CAHDIDATE FOB m l in Sacramento visiting relatives.- week. He was recently liberated  M .... To,,#,,--,  ". " . "'" .".'' .' " _.z • The many friends in Indian Val- • .....  ....... =_ r ..... € .m.quv :¢.tt,t:JtJJtj  tt, uez.u lyjs, t.rlm €. m III ,, - ,, .v.. =,, ,,,p .x x,.oc, W" W" desin. Hi  'ys. •o,. m l lev of Chuck Kmtner now have: Sam said "Go  we love  to --   - -  -- • -   • mlrJIL'mOT'lm O. IrmlrtllilmltlrlLMilO m l the chance to visit with him as he i planes we could of ssed € a new shipment of ;: ;g Ikl)/ll" "  lllmmmLmH , is now at the County Hospital in 'era'" " " S S ELGIN guoranfee$ t el = . : Quincy after spending m a n y ne day the P 80 jets came over  C E R A M I C S  -.,-0 ..... --|----li 24." '• ugh---- qlJP-------- L  .......... TV--J_--IL--.*JLg ----J . ..... m l months in a San Francisco hos-]the stockade H::de and his bud ]  vv.m.rvwmm ,, 0,1 .]) ma m .e** z..n =,xpzeace am uaunmm-m unu uupmlr ml-:.-, I- , z "Ira" W" 111 ,v=r n=ver br- for i m =c. dies had their hands tied behind ....... o  Jm Sher O' PluI¢IS Count. :] Fred C. Hall is on a month'S i them waitng to be executed by the ]  /hND POTTERY  .-=.,-,=--,--  " GENERAL ELECTION T..nSv NOV. 7 1950 .]vacation in Denver, Colo. visitinglretreatin North Koreans Thell , mm • . g . relatives Her roster Mrs Letha I ra( • •  ." , . • planes shelled the camp for two Also Parker Pens | Parr returned vath h)m to her VOI [] .,ura, ,, - hours and then American tanks  and 1:[ °n "i ht rs-e t : [] m l home there after a long visit in)char, the €cute { € -- *[I ox o -g e . --- =,eIeeeeeeIIIleeeelleelleememmeeeeeIetlmmmeemmememe, m| Greenville. [ H;d along with 22 Yanks <>fl  INIIIAN •Vll ! PV l xpraT WATCH W mm ,the 23rd Regiment platoon were l a,,m, ar, .**,aa j JEWELRY REPAIRING n- | captured on Sept. Ist. Their shoes |  C = e.. | e, ]D] J W i " , [were taken from them and they I  £U * ld  OIUIM  _.__ m . [marched barefooted 150 miles to I  ]SWell S. Stlldal owla= 1 ra'r 1', ]']TkJ"]'." i ReM' • .i.   mqpm mm [|Namwon, each tied to anotherlnv e Col[U[Oltl <1 -.*-*,,.,,. a.vv=---- j • , , i # . . • / . [man. ] ' al .hone,-M Gre,' vi • m • • • • mmk | During the 28 days they were/; ..................... $1 _   69 m " m a I m 1 m ll" I / prisoners, interrogators questioned / = " - - _ " - - . _ " I _,,,- ] l L Ilk / them cJntnu°usly" On being ask" - -I ""-''-- " "-" [ -' , la'M • 'Do you like Truman ?" " ;T , • ] The answered o im WATEB WELLDRILLING m Y , • i -- __ m mmmm • t :'Do you llke MacArth.ur ?" I m - siz ...... i  • mm • mm m mm |ing Yes ]• Write or Telepho : * m i  O  Their food eonsisted of rice 00o0lm n m . • . ]barley and the only time they ,0m  .__o.m ," n , |water to wash was when it rained in -.o.,. ,..ox 224. I " and that was only twice. ) n p[A falIlk IllI RNii(IN£g | They were afraid f being shot [- .  b )ac?dently as well as on purpose.]imiielemeaealmeeamulleeeeeeeeennesselSlieesm-f -- - ......... t Th. North Koreans were like wild I • . o: • Yemr Prisoners *OO*reCt *uaget ,teques 1 - . .... "/J I m ,..o ,d d n tnn [savages. ever namng rmes oe-| I o m 1oo ...................................................... '0 ..............................................  O,OUU ]fore they were trigger-happy, [m  _  : I  m I shooting at anythnig, even butter-'| lr Evprwth|n,,, I, m 1947 ...................................................... 480 ...................  .......................... $ 29.300 /lies, .and firing their guns just 1 i*  w om,  Wm-i.m.am..,O0 I g m o umoad them. /,', ® ii a n 1948 ...................................................... 700 .............................................. $ 32,800 | Sam is spending a few days'[i / /iI v • I00 €4 (12 OO Oq/ [visiting relatives here before re-'[ m . i a • .. ...................................................... @ .............................................. ,p ,=nu [porting to Fort Lewis, Kansas for |'  :: _ i • I 0095o ...................................................... not re.plots .............................. $ 37,900 |reassignment. -ti i ' To.o lS4S ud.o, $8.ooo.o0 was added = .e ue= o, .e =d ,=. , CAL. PHYSICS SERVICE ' I ! .=. 194. the 1= year Mr. Brac[en was Shed.if. the sum xequested in the Ir,al00 ....,., o...,.. I=- ,;..,.. I I bud.e! amounted t ° almost $200 per pdsoner booked, o. Dining the ars run 111, i ll%¥1t,l || "JBILIL • i11 IMI;i I m 1947-1948"1949--choolers first three years in office, .tbl, sum requested Acti)n to safeguard the prepaid" , ' .......... m averaged just over $80 per Ire'[sorter booked,  a low In 48 of under $50. health benefits of its members who . " m - • are called to the armed forces was - " m Lrest increase of expenhlres m'e meeds, see Boo]a(. from $5,000.00 to ttken today by California Physic- ..... I 1 $8,000.00 in 1948. Sodc¢i tree $14,800.00 to $21,755.00. Sa]oies were $175.- inns' Service, the Blue Shield V, llllmml "" -" - I m 0ate $200.Lowst paid deputy now $280.00. i, $275J}0. Plan, to which nearly one million  [] _ o:  7 : ,   Californians be]ong . . ..... m m o,, Ordinance a]lovrs seven l::ld full  deputie!¥ six have CRS announced that any member  _--  f  o-_re- • ._. ! • been employed under Sheriff Schoo]er. : : , :.  who enters the armed forces may, " "  " -" ' ": [ m  upon request ,haT£3iornh?b;;" --¢R-*lllllBlmm-*]I-'ll'll*--- • ,s political ad=ertisemenf l:d for by Schooler4or-b-f Commit() , iod of his active service. During _ ,  ' r,_._.__.. m • '- .  .: ?.  , ,,  . this perlocl DotJrt aues Rna en- "., .-.-• FF:-, .' fits nIl be suspended CPS said. unnDninninnnnUm .... mmp