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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1940 [N'DIAN VALLEY RECORD Wml,m I INDIAN VALLEY RECORD ]Published Every Thursday By LAURENCE LOCKNEY w Entered as second-class matter November 27, 1930, at the post office at Greenville, California, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Obituaries, Cards of Thanks and all notices of entertainments given for profit, charged for the same as other advertising. Copy for advertising must reach the Record office not later than Wednes- day forenoon to insure publication in the current issue. All communica- tions and items of news must reach the Record not later than Tuesday evening to insure publication. All communications must bear the signa- ture of the author, but will not be published if requestect not to do so. Mrs. Murlel Maunder Correspondent Mrs. J. C. Taresh entertained the Ladies' Aid SocLety last Thursday with 12 mt2mbers ~nd five visitors attending. Mrs. Ray Mallory and children of Dixie Canyon called on Mrs. Frank Foote last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. George Batten of Richmond visited Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Sheehan last week. Mr. Batten is Mrs. Sheehan's son. Oakland Sunday. Mrs. Mansell re- turned to Oakland Monday night, While Miss Baldwin remained here wlth her grandparcnts, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Goodhue. George Pczzola of Downicville is v;siting with Mr. and Mrs J.B. tobrero here. Fred Pitschner of Crescent Mills and Stanley ~nd Carroll Dolphin and Al Maunder .~pen~ Sunday near Oroville fishing for salmon. Jay and Arlen Tare~'d~ attended a moo'ling of the Future Farmers or- ~Tanization in Chloe Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Vanderhoe- yen and children went to Oroville Mrs. Louisa Tanner Corrcsvondent Mrs. A. J. Sheehan en'tertained a group of young folk on Saturday evening in honor of her son, Clif- ford's, birthday. A chicken dinner with all the trimmings was served after which cart~s were played. Those present were Mr. and Mrs Clifford Sheehan, Mr. and Mrs Bud Strong, Howard Tanner, Aus- tin Neer, Don Peck, Mr. and 1Vfrs A. J. Sheehan. "HEALTH AND HAPPINESS" i(By Frank H. Bowles, Jr M. D.) The common cold is n(~t only an economic waste and devasting to to the sufferer, but also a cents- goons disease and therefore pre- ventaIcle. Two steps may be tal:cn to dimin- ish the common cold; the primary being the isolation of the fresh cases. Common colds are upper re- spiratory infection and is thought b:~ many authorities to be a virus di- ~;ca~e, and by many others a ba~ter- ial infection. Whatever the case may he, the common cold is trans- mitted from person to pcrsonby di- rect contact with ~l]e infected per- son,tad his nasal ~cercUons. At the General Merchandise first sign of a cold the infected per- The Taresh Brothers sawmill has Saturday. :Mrs. Florence Young of Taylors- sen should be isoloAed in bed during closed for the seagon. [ -------- ,Grobner Will'~m~ shot his foot ville is again with her brother, rA. the acute stages. This will not only Marvin Boney wa'~ honored with Iwhile hunting ducks last Saturday. thur Hedrick, taking care of him. sitar'ten the duration of the di.*~cana, a party in honor of his: birthdav I He is in the l~ttson hospital. Two last Tuesday evening with the fol-Itoes were badly injured. ;Mrs. Ivy Mae Perry of Green- but remove the person from cireu- Aowing guests invited: Dorothy and ville called on friends in town Tues- lr.tion and prevent the infection of i Vclma Wilson, Alice Elwood, Aria, The annual chicken pie supper day. ethers. i In order ,to prevent colds, keep belie Hardgrave, Ethel Goodman, sponsored by the T~adies' Aid So- Mr. 0rid Mrs. S. F. Lnzzadder a~vgy from: persons sneezing, cough- Elaine Reichman, Sterlin'g Barnes, cie'ty last Saturday night was very ~uccessful. Clifton Wilson, Albert Toscani, Grobner Williams, Ervin Porter, Melvin Young and Andrew Boney. Harold Ellenza, Bill Sobrero and Marcel McCutcheon were Quincy visitors Friday. Rev. and Mrs. Stanley Webster and daughters, Misses Violet and Greenville California Daisy, were luncheon guests of Mrs. Robert Sheehan last Thurs- !~. ~~~ day. # t L][ Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Edsen ~]land children and Mrs, Clara Bar- DIlII I AI IL UI III DY [~[+ham of S+sanville spent the week- PORTOLA, CALI$$ t ll [[ ~' irgil Taresh ,--~-nd Albert Toscani Wet Wash Dry Wash II Mr. and MrS.--Bert Awbrey of -- ~]llChester and Mr. and l~Irs. C. H. Dry Cleaning ~]lTaresh spent Su?day in Orovillc. ~11 Mr. and Mrs. Willard McCutcheoa See Max, With the Green Truck of Sacramento spent Sunday and Ever Wuesda and Frida [[Mondayherewithrelatives. Y Y Y [ Mrs. Patrlcia Mansell and Miss . ~[}Barbara Baldwin came up from :.: +:,:.:.-.: :+:.:::.:.+:+: ! : i~ ": i:, FORD B entirely new, massive body roomiest in its price ciass longer wheelbase and springbase wider seats, bigger doors new quiet--smooth, level ride 25% more glass area faster pick-up and getaway smart, disfino five appearance Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly, Mrn. Pern Loveness and daughter, :Dianne, spent Monday at the C. L. Stcphenson home ~Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Lambert are visiting in Oroville. Mrs. Pearl Sobrero and son, George, are in Oakland where Mrs. Sobrero is receiving medical treat- meat. Mrs. Dura Johnson left recently for 'Sacramento,where she will spend the winter. :Mr.' and Mrs . Bert Wilson re- turned recently from Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Craven spent Sunday in Loyalton. ~VIrs. J. B. Sobrero and Mrs. Aldo Sorsoli gave a birthday d'inner last ~ Tuesday night for John Sobrero and his son, . William Sobrero. TheI ~gucgts were: Mr. and IVirs. K. W. i Fisher, Tilleo Sobrero, Frank So- HERE'S A BIG DEAL--any way you look at it! One you simply can't afford to miss. Right now we'll give you the biggest allowance ever on your present car. For we're doing a record business --selling new Fords fast! And you'll get a big, substantial new car---wkh a big, substantial look and feel and ride. For the new Ford is the biggest of the leading low-priced cars---in interior size where roominess counts. It's increased in wheel- base, in total length, in seat width, in door width. Come in--for the biggest all-around value . and the biggest trade. Get the very best deal in town! iiiiii!iiiii! iii!iiii !ii i!i!iii/il ~::ii! 5" Iiiiiiiiiiiii ii!iiiiii~ii :.:+:+:: <.:.:,:+. ::H iiii!iiiii i! ~!iiiiiii!!il +:.:+: >: .~:.:.~+:+ iiiii!iiiiili i~!i:ii!:ili: i:::::;:::::: :+:.:< ,:+:, +: :+:+:+~ :.:+:+:, :+:+ .= are owners of a new car. Mrs. Luz- in~~,', and blowing their MOSES. That is zadder went to Susanville for it last the first step in breaking the chain week. it, th- ,:prcading o~ infection The second prevuntative measure The Crescent Home club went to ~lies in the well being of the iadivid- ]Dixie Canyon last Wednesday and Iml an~z the pop~:lation in general. met with Mrs. Angola Mallory. As long as the individual's resiN- Those present were Mrs. Marguer- tm,ce is high, prodt:ced by regular itte Luzzadder, Mr.~. :Della Herring, ncqri~'i~ing food, and sufficient Mrs. Nancy Stampfli, l~rs. H. C. ~leep, the body will withstard la- Ncer, Mrs. J.E. Hanson, Mrs. fection. Any ,lowering of the re- I~qlanche Leonesio, Mrs. Rosa Wise i~irtance both general lowering, or Mrs. Louisa Tanner, Mrs. Garland lack of resistance wllll bring on the Frizzie and Mrs. Mallory. common cold especially dnrinv, the ~ri.~ors of winter. Keep the feet Mr. and Mrs. Don Midwood made varm and dry, and the inside room a trip to Sacramento last week. tem,pere.+ture in not too great a con- trast with the outside air. Be sure Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lambert and that rooms are well ventqated, there son bare moved to D;x~e Canyon, by the mucus membrane of the nose where Mr. Larr~bert is employed on xrould not .be subjected to too great the new road. a tren.~ition thereby not lowering i',:s t csistance. Mrs. Coreene Sorsoli returned If these usable rules of isolating h~me the last of the week from a colds, keeping away from colds and visit with relative~ in Martinez. bringing the health to resist cold~ ~nd keeping the n~sal muco~ rae,'.a'- i Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Welters and branes in the proper condition,much son, G. H. Welters, and Charles of the misery that assails us during X, Voll:ers were down from Round ti~ damp weather will be eliminat- Valley Saturday. cd and we can carry on Our lives efficiently and happily. Mr. ~nd Mrs. Will+am: MilUkin and children visited the Ciaud Neers: Saturday. W. L. Klein came over from Cal- pine to spend the week-end with his family. Mrs. Hugh Russell, teacher in the /~eadow Valley rchool, came over Tuesday of last week to cast her vote. PIONEER Members of the Crescent Home club are making arrangements for a car:d party to be held Tuesday, Novemlber 19, at the school house. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. K~elley, Mrs. llUI)WEISFR AND ANIIEU. SER-BUSCIi I~EER ON I)RAUGliT Foreign & l)om(,stlc Whlsltles All Kinds of Wines & Lhluors Vinton Loveness and daughter, D+- ane, drove down from GreenvilleI Mrs. Yaleniino Zmdno, Prop. Saturday. Mr. Kelley rema~nedl C. Zlmino, Mgr. here and the others drove onto! Greenville llotel Bhlg. Taylorsville to visit relatives I I (; ItI~EN VI I JAil. CAI,IF. W. L. Kelley cam'e tn from Ltght~ I~~ Creek the la~cter part of last week end will remain here awhile before going on to Sacramento to spend the winter. !Mrs. T. E. Dynan, Jerry Dynan, Mrs. J. E. Hanson and Mrs. O. L.! Tanner drove to Greenville Tues- day. Jerry was taken to the doctor for an examination of a broken arm, which has been healing nicely. Pal's Barber Shop J. E. Stampfli, Prop. Greenville, Calif. Open 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Open Saturdays 8 a. m to 9 p. m. HAIRCUT 50e SHAVE 25o Ladies' Neck Trim 25e Mrs. C. H. Smith of Greenville was in tovrn the first of the week. brero, Ralph Detwtler, Louise and Bob Sobrero, June LeRoy and Aldo Sorsoli. Mrs. l~artha Barnes and sons, Otis and Larry, went to Reno Sun- day to spend a few days. Mrs. Mary Morrison and m~other, Mrs. Maggie Hall of Greenvqle, called On friends here Monday. Tony Pezzola, brother of Mrs. J. B. Sobrero, was recently elected su- )crvisor in the district in which hei resides in Downiev~lle, Sierra county. SERVICE Motor Co. A. L. FARR, Mgr. GREENVILLE, CALIF. FORD AGENCY SALES AND SERVICE Repair Work on All Makes of Cars The Poor Cave Man Had No Newspaper NEW MONEY FOR YOUR OLD THINGS Your Di~mrded FurnitUre, Piano, Radio, Bicycle, Tools, lee Box, can be sold wlth A WANT AD IN THIS NEWSPAPER