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z INDIAN VALLEY RECORD THURS., NOVEMBER, 16, t950 kmjl julJlNitmllJlulmJHiJl JlJ JuJ Jn JJ Jlu# JOlO Indian Valley Post No. 568 AMERICAN LEGION AND KUXII,ARY TS SECOND MONDAY OF EACH MONTH AT 7:30 p.m. Veterans and service men welcome ||llllll|lll inll||nlllnlsn|gnlllllllllllllll|Ul IIii1|11|1118111 ! INDIAN VALLEY GRANGE First and Third Tuesday o! Month, 8 p.m. - Taylorsville D. R. STRONG, Master LENA DEFANTI, Sect lJlJtlllliJtlllllJllllJlliillJllillt IlJlilalllJllJlllll Illillllllll SINCERITY LODGE No. 132, F. &A, lVL Meets 2nd Friday each month, $ p.m. Visiting Brothers Welcemel Lionel Wixom, Master Herbert Holt, "Secretary 4NI0|t iiitsltl|leelJ0|llellelsl||t ISHSIStealUt oalss0te| Jl|SlsJJBntt LUMBER & SAVVIILL ! i WORKERS UNION - AFL I I Lai Po. 2647 I Meets first Sunday of each month i Kt 11 a.m. -- in Old Library Hall GREENVILLE .:. CALIFORNIA JOE PALAZZl, president ROBERT GIESlCK, Bus. Agent and $ecy.-TPeas. GREENVILLE I.OO.F. LODGE No 252 Meets 1st and 3rd Saturdays- $ p.m. - at OddfeUows Hall, Greenville, California CHAS. WALTERS, N.G. ELMORE HUNT, Sec'y IIIIIU IIIll III lU II IIlll IIIIIIIIIII II Illlllillll I t Illl I lU II Illllll mill to start in a ,flash this way with A Product of Standard of California Next best thing to put- ting a new engine under the hood is putting Chevron Supreme in the tank! For this great blend of clean-burning gasolines is climate tai- lored to suit your local assuring you faster pick-up .... smoother driving.., more pep... over more miles! ROBERT KELTON WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTOR M00LS. 20-30 NEWS By JIM MAY Arrangements are bing made by the local 20-30 club to get the H, ottentots world's professional colored basketball team, here for an exhibition early in January. The Hottentots are highly rated in basketball circles and their ex- hibition of ball handling and trick shots is worth the price of ad- mission. Their lineup is star stud- ded with ex All-Americans and their crowd appeal has turned out capacity crowds wherever they ap- pear. The 20-30 (275) turkey sh)ot scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 19th has been postponed until the fol- lowing Sunday, November 26th due to the amuont of preparations this project is taking in order to guar- antee a successful shoot. Tonight, Thursday, November 16th, the wives and girls friends of 20-30 members, will be guests of the local club at a dinner party to .be held at the Star Hotel at 7:30. Hubert Smith, 20-30 (275) mem- ber, will devise the local club's booth entry in the annual car- nival held in the town hall this year. $ * $ President Carl Williams of Westwood 20-30 (200) and Jack Rhea, fellow Westwood club mem- ber, were guests of the I. V 20-30 club last Thursday night President Williams gave the local members the results of the sub district con- vention held in Westwood last weekend. el PAUL STEWART HEADS GRANGE GROUP Paul Stewart of Qunicy was elected Master of the Plumas-Sier- ra lmona Grange when the group elected new officers during a meeting at the Quincy Grange Hall last .Saturday night. Other officers who will serve with him include: H. S. Hannah, Greenville, over- seer; Elsie Ann Hannah, Green- ville, lecturer; Bill Scoville, Quincy, steward. Arlen Taresh, Taylorsville, as- sistant steward. Betty Taresh, Taylorsville, lady assistant steward. Myrtle Guidici, Childoot, secre- tarT. R. F. Ramelli, Vinton, treasurer. Marie Bonta, Vniton, chaplain. Sam Bonta, Vinton, gatekeeper. Virginia Bresciani, Quincy, Po- mona. Mabel Gregg, Loyalton, cres. Marie Sheppard, Vinto, flora. Ethel Curnow, Quincy, pianist. Instalation of officers will take place Dec. 3 at the Sierra Valley Grange Hall in Vinton. ---Feather River Bulletin. ,i NOTICE OF SALE Plumas Unified School District Notice is hereby given that the Governing Board of the Plumas Unified School District will receive sealed bids for the purchase of one 45'x100' quonset hut currently stored in knocked-down condition at Mann School, Graeagle, Calif- ornia. Such sealed proposal should be submitted to the secretary or representative of the Governing Board, Old Quincy .Elementary School, Quncy, California, by 4:00 p. m., Tuesday, lovember 28, 1950. Late bids will not be accepted. Bids will be opened by the Governing Board at 7:30 p. m., November 28, 1950 at the above locatoin. Bidders are instructed to secure terms and conditions of sale and form of bid from sedd Administra- tive Offices. The Governing Board of the Phl- mas Unified School District re- serves the right to accept or to reject any or all bids. By Order of the Governing Board Plumas Unified School District R. L. Harmer, Secretary . (Nov. 9-16-23-1950.) Subscribe to Your Home.tOwn Paperl lllllllllllllllllllllllllll THE BEST ROOM & BO.I00D I IN INDIAN VALLEY AT REASONABLE RATES STAR HOTEL WE ALSO CATER TO Parties and 00ets Phone 80-M-2 GTmTlb nimulmunmumnnmninuununnummmnn 'ROU00a) INI)I00 VA100Y Mrs. Maxine Coke and daughter are back from Reno and staying with her sister, Mrs. Myrtle Me- Millan. Mr. c[nd Mrs. Herbert Crouch and children and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Richelieu visited relatives in Standish over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Augie Bizjack spent the last weekend in Oakland Patricia Becker was home over the weekend from the University ,f California and reports she is enjoying her work there. Mrs. Luella North has been back as office at the Batson Hospital the last few weeks taking 'Kath- erine Streckeras place while she was recuperating from her recent operation. Mrs. Myrtle McMillan has the misfortune of having the inside of her car burned up one evening last week. Cause unknown. The C. C. North's pump h, ouse was destroyed by fire Tuesday morning. The pump was not damaged. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Scholberg left last Saturday for a month's tour of all ponits south including Arizona and New Mexico. They expect to visit many firends on their trip. C. J McIntyre was a business caller in ,San Francisco this week. Barbara Oonklin visited her par- ents the past weekend from Davis College. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Walters and sons attended the football "game in Berkeley last Saturday. Mrs. Charlotte Smith accqmpained them and visited with her hus- band Ted at the hospital in San Francisco. Also attending the game from Greenville were Mr. and Mrs Ted Pfalsgraf. Vadney Murray was up from San Francisco over the weekend for a visit with his parents. Mrs. Jane McIntyre is visiting her daughter, Irene Walker in Sac- ramentx for a week. 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Those are thrilling days that follow There's the first long ride with the family.., the firse trip to the office.., and the time he learns, in an emer- gency, that his car is worth its who& price in safety alone. And then, almost before he knows it, the odometer registers a thousand miles--and he's back to tell us all about it. And, perhaps, to grumble a little bit at giving ic up--even for a little while! Yes, it's a priceless privilege tO watch all this. Makes a man feel that he's doing good. ! 4 :' =4 QUINCY MOTOR 188 W. MAIN STREET .............. :  J QtUNCY