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November 14, 1940

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I THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1940,INDIAN VALLEY RECORD ,I ' .- m "~'~" 1 d[~ !1 ]sanville, probably the first Monday ~J,'. Glenn, Marion Day, Melvin, I~OTARIANS ICNTERTAINE~D I LOCATOR OF WALKERMINE ,~ ~DnA ~W I~mA,| in January. The speeches are to Young, Dick Davis ,'lnd Jimnfiel BY WORLD WAR VETERANS[ CLAIMS DIES IN QUINCY Ill II1 'l I'll I about the Credit i,tlon. M le, C--Ernest Davis -- I ------- 1 q . The Greenville Eotary club held II II~ lib LI|JIL ~ |The contestis open to all F. F.A. Cox, Vern Manthe, Dick Came.' on, '. [ Charles S. Daily69, one ofthe -~-----~,~-m, I,~ w v be s of this re ion Gordon Ashcraft and Breton Col !an Armistice program at Wedne~- day's luncheon me.~ting at which il cat r~ I Y g . . , of the copper claims now ,~ . ltns. i ' ! operated by the Wai'ke rmin e COI~" Typing 'IMbles Arrive ~ !'time veterans of the World War I puny, died last week in his esbltt Thanksgiving VaeaUon I Amdsttce Day Visits ! The commercial room has re- Music and Science Move u ere guests of the Rota:'ians.|in Quincy. He was last seen In The Thanksgiving vacation starts] Among the students who went]ceived eight new axHustable type- ~htl~ +~ .+ ,n ~o~ *h,iU~a' W.W. Hall, president of the Ro-[Q.incy Monday of last week and Frh!ay, November 15, and endslout of town on Armistice Day were~writer tables made of oak, ~:h;ch ov::.' th~, p~::so:ct'~';~a :omin';' v'a~ tary club, announced that the vetIth, b,; ody was found in the cabin Sunday, Noven~ber 24. All members|A.i C. Boney who went to Reno and!haye been placed in the typing caticn, Mr. Wile~ ani Mr. Smit!: e~ans would supply their own Pr '|Thursday Daily, known to hia of the Greenville H'gh School fac" IC~" rgietvllle. Harris who went to Ore- ]roem and are already in use. Tbe are faced with the ta,d of moving clanto[c wnerenewasgram'andllhe'calledu!}- n",vneleachltne'Vet-[friends as Marcus, came to Plurals ulty will attend the teachers insti-, i tables have an especially hard fin- into the new building'. The new ' ' - " . }county in 1906. ~-'" num J ~ . . ~,A~m"stice was signed on November tutc In ,-~acraraen~o, "nile a -[ -- lish, so snoula give long SeTVlCe, :~ nlusie room will )e am~ to serve ' 11 ]918 The most of them remem- he. of the students will go v.way [ Mfteen Students Tru, nsfer I well as presenting an attractive up- the purposemuch better than the ' " ' ] [ THIS WAS ~/] for the holidays. Among those who ] During the past two weeks 15 stu- 'pearance. ~vm has done in th~ l~ast There bered. ] will visit other points are the fol-[dents have left the high school, by: i~" ~'r~ : ~ . m, ~,~ liLb~ inotru i Mrs. Ray Helt, proprietor of the ] I ADVERTISING lowing: ErnaMatthiesenwill go i transfer to other schools princtpally- Quaxter Ends ment room and individual practico '. Pl neer. Cafe'sezTedaturkeydm'!~ ONCE ~~ "1 to San Francisco ,adair LaHson to They are Naida Tracy and Eddie ~ ,t,a, ,~: ,~ ~, ~, ner witn all the trimmir,~s. I ',- ",~--~'. ~ ,ov,~,~,~ -ay o t;w- rooms. Tne Walls are /:o De soun:l- ~v [ Cakiand Beverly Bonillas to Mar-i Ferber,]sIarlon Day,llth grade; June Oliver' her 31Robert Ekwal| v.nd,students entering theirproof to "-recent echov ~ ' The scienc~ ]" '] ~ [] |----~L ~~ ~'~~ -- [ tinez, JPmes Little to Burney, Uto- home rooms shivered ~,nd quakedroom will be equipped with moreI , n,~ Mitchell to Grass Valley, Velma Harold Tuber, 10th grade; Mary ~'n their shbim when they saw a space and equ:pm~nt for expcr' JRANCHERS TAKE STOCK ] V/ilson to Childs Meadow~ and Mel- T'ryar, Jack Bolen and Claude Holt, large pile of envelopes reposing on n~ents and a- la"~er ' apply room ' TO WINTER PASTURES I tin Young and Grobner Williams Jth grade, Leroy Day and Juanita the instructor's desk %V th bated "I~,ero are also dark voom~ for the[ ] I I BUT NOW [ ] ber I Tne ca~ue zrom tne r-erry rancn I,} I THE I i ~,~ ~./~,] [ | plan to go to Berkeley to, see the Day, ~tn grace; r~oDert Ta ' breath the would-be scholars waited photography ells,: ],a ill be in the six da h ek to win I g'~' ,i'e rsit ~* of California and Stun-:~.nnda Tracy, Hart~d rB:::nl~:d for the envelopes to be distributed. A unique feature of the science[tm pa~ures this =c~ The herd:i |[NEWSPAPER I ford University football game. {~regory . Braun, 7 g ' Then with a nervous little jo-'k room is the tiercd ar,xu]*.~ements of l,:ilI be~ ."astured at Red Bluff ] i{ BETTER [$l |f'J' DOES IT [ ('~[ ~ i I tudent ts Betty Rose B~ltton a t ~ v I ------- :s ' hess studious boys ant girls the students' seats, which are ~ ' " First Appear, race of Orchestr~ sophor~ore, who transferred frombrought to light the things which stepped upward in height in order ] At a musical aysembly to be held Friday, the dance orchestra will make its first appearance of the year. Indlvidnnl contributions to the pregram will be rrmde by Louise Scbrero, Jane Cox and Mary Tos- cant. m Name for School Paper Ti~e editors of the high school Grants Pass, Oregon. Anmmi Designs Under Way The various az~ cla3ses, under the direction of Miss Williamson, have recenGy been concentrating on block print designs to be used on the divider pages for the school year book. The. designs are made in black and white and are to be block-printed on ~]e divider pages "that will bead each of the five sec- ticns of the 1941 Indian Head. newsnancr opened a box of 50 con- tributed nurses this week to suggest a name for the sehoo! paper. The stvOents are us~n~ the same Attend Chloe- Meeting ss tb~ one em.~loyed la~t year,which The officers of the local chapter 'F~,r~ the Hatch-+ ' b t they de ~ ' ' u "]of the Future Farmers of America sire another name The 50 contrib- took a trip to Chico last Saturday uted names stt~'eeted n~ne good ' " to attend an officers training r, ood ones. such as Th~ Wtgwam, school, which is intended to help T],dian Echoes, Indian Wankoum. -d/nn Pew-Wow. The W'ar Chant, The War WhooP, lndean Spirit, ~omahswk. and The Chieftain The ~amo re- the publication will be chosen FHday. ther~~ better fill their offices. This meeting is held once a year and inchtdes all of the chapters in the Sacramento Valley regina. Those attending from', the Greenville High School were Robert Van Fleet, president, and Joel Cardoza, secre- tary; Jay Taresh, treasurer, and Arlen Taresh, reporter. W. W. ~raffle Picture At assembly r~eefln~ last Friday, s short lecture was given on traffic Were to detrmine their fate for the next quarter. There were many and sundry ex- pressions on the earnest faces af- ter that first glance. Those brilliant students with a good many A's on their cards trie4 to look nochalant, but they had very hard time keeping the pride off their faces, while those with B's set up a chorus of howls aKd com- plaints because they didn't re~eive the top grade. The C students sat hack and were satisfied With it all, while those wttb grades below this (and we hope these w~re few) were rather quiet and sheepish. Of course there were the usual vows to work harder next quarter, but it is a sad but true fact thai tl~csc good intentions alane rarely raise the grades. Portoin Wins Cup The Portola High School basket- I~all A team won th~ county cham- pionship, as well '~s the B title, that each stude~at ~nv be ~ble +o' obtain a clear and unobstucted view of the demonstration t.q~)lo v:he:'~ Mr. Wiley or a student ,vi21 ~c ogr- forming exper!ment~. There wil~ ~, more space also fox, eaen individual student's supplies. i ,MARINE CORPS VACANCTES [ FOR MEN I8 TO 30 YEAR~] The United States Marine Cor~,= has vacancies for dc;irable spplL cants between the ages cf 18 a,~'d 30 years and 64 to 74 inches in height, according to Mrs. R. M. Costar, postmaster at Geenville. Thosh qualified may be accepted immediately. App!icants of ref i:-'- trr ton age are eligible for enlist- ment. ,Additional informat:on may be obtained from Marine Co"p~ re- cruiting stations located at 46 Fe.t- ctaxl Office Building, San Franc's-- co, and in post ():fice WWldings nt OaLland, Sacramento, Stockton, and San Jose. / This is a sturdy electric h~ater with aluminun body and legs. Circu- lates end radiates heat like e furnac Hem is ell and chronl# that mdlal~ i Mitchell, class advisor, was in and tied With Quincy in the C class. ~n etv by Pat olman T Eisen ' The Green~lle t~ams made a LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT : "~ "" " cha~gc of the president's training "m bath. The lecture wa~ in conner, class this year good showing but were bested for ~ i:on with a motion ~ictvre dealing " the championship. NOTICE TO CRFDITORS . i "-~--~- . vitb the hazards of careless d~v-, C. A. S enakin,~, Contest Lettcrmen. for Greenwlle are. A-- tn~" The olcture also ~tressed theA "urO'red heifer "~'1 1"o ~he Jules McGee Reed Poulson Te,-~ In the Superior Court of the -3tats of Cah~ornta in and for the making of good roads to relieve r.rize offered by the Las-en Produc- I Lockhart, Grobner Williams, Buck- ount- of PluralS' tvafftc congestion and to minimize i t ey Williams and Bill Domne Y t on Credit Association for a public ' " Y. ~ In the matter of the Estate (d accidents, hpeaking contest to be held in Su- Jerry Eubanks, Clarence DilLs, A. iENRY F, SWAin'SON, Deceased. ' NOTICE IS ]JERE]3Y GIVEN by t'hc m~ders'gned administratrix of i~.: E.'~tate of Henry F. Swanson, deceased, to the creditors of ' ' and all persons having claims . has ~ i~ll Adependublom- lOUt lrCUllltes fhlc|or I~ne eluc- aga'nst the said deceased, that heat throushoutIflc bo~l~r with v;ithin s!x months after the firs~ am ore eilher copper el, chromium re- [ publication of this notice, they fluclor I either file them with the necessary I x ouchers in the office of the Cleri~ Handiest thing ever to the house are [' o~ tile Super'or Court of the State ] c f CaEforn!a, in and for the County these portable electric heaters Light as a feath~ ', Plurals, or exhibit them with the to carry about and use wherever heat is needed r ~"~ ~ ~ n~ Cs ~IV votlchels tO dd ~dmln j' ~'~ ' '. s: ~ . QUICK for a short time Plug into any co*t- Ist: art-ix at the mw office of M.C. venience outlet. Wonderful help in winter fo l~orr Quincy California which ~i~ 'orfle the undc~s; ne' select warming baby"clothing, dryingout rain.soaked : ~ " " e,'. 'g d s garments, and scores of other uses where safer :" bi!2. Drinclpal plac,e .of busincs~ clean, close-up warmth is needed in a hurry. Once you use an Electric Heater, you'll say its I ceased. ' services ate priceless. Don't let another day pass ] D:~te November 14th, 1940. by. Get your Electric Heater NOW : 1 ALICE aCES, [ A~b~inistratrix of the Estate SEE YOUR DEALER OR THIS COMPAIqY [ ef T~( rv F. Swanson, deceased. P. O .y#)m> I'mrva " I"l McCall's Magazine l Yr Pathfinder Weeld ; ~. R . , ,~ v for s~d A(~min strator. PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY [P~ff~ Nov. 14-21-28; Dec. 5-12. LJ ~creentana 1 Yr.[] Sports Afield 1 Yr r - Parma " -- " [ NO; ICE TO CREDITORS 1 [' ALL ~'lX ] [:]Ho~o~ld~O2~i~'nT.l~Y~rL.t~LM~t2?r~GL ! I;~ tkc tJatterofthe Estate of " wet 1 Yr JOHI'~ I. ~GAT Dec ~ased ' ~ Notice's hereby gvcn by the un- []Hunting and Fi~hing IYr. Producer IYr I I ~t ~lt of J hn Le a Deceased to " o t, . , ,the said decedent to . [ ih lhc m wi'th the necessary vouch- cvs w th'n six month~ after the | ]hl';:H5 l:Hf;llcatlOn OX l~lllS nonce, In J it.he offire of the cler'k of the Supe-it t ~i-. Covrt of the S+ate of Californi~ II ~'- ] t-I raymouth Rodk Mthly ! Yt [] Poul Tribune 1 ~' ,~ , [in ~L ~. "re" the County of Plumas, II ,0r to e.-:hih't them, wlth the nece~-,I FINE !",'; v.:uchcrs, within six months][ l aftel the first publication of this || ~no(ice to the raid administratrix at[[ t ~1 ! ] ~ W {' f f ] ce of ~I[ C" Kerr Quin-|| 1 PAPER [ey, Callfo:'nia, the sarape being theII i ~iece of busine:;s in all matters|| [Colmected with said estate of John |l ICII SHOw .75 . Le .at. Deceased. I| r~-t~" ~'~ ~'~- ~* ~940 II ' CI'~I~IT ~A M. CHAMBERLA]'~, II I ~ J Adm:nistrat|ix of the Estate of il t.~ ---- " ~" ~ ~'-" Z*~ ! John Legat, Deceased. II UIn--"--" ' I-lame -~ 2.25 ~ " M.C. Kerr, li n Attorney ~or ~ammlstratmx, II :Pub Nov 14-21-28" Dec. 5.12. II I II ; L~ ~ ~K~ ~ " ~ ", ~L~ ~ I /I --- - ! . 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