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INDIAN VALL.EY RECORD NOW INSTALLING SPUR TRACK lollowing an agreement recently between the Twain Lum- Co. and the Western Pacific a spur track is now De- installed on Halstead Flat in of the company&apos;s ship- of lumber to the east. The were supported by the Chamber of Commerce, it AT HOME!--Support your town and 1 will support you! THURS., NOVEMtER. 16, 1950 DEMURRER IS FILED IN PECK VS. JENKINS An answer was filed in Superior Court this week in thee suit be- tween Nellie Peck and Mamie Jen- kins, involving the Jenkins estate, it is learned. The demurrer alleges that Nellie Peck was not named as adminitratrix of the estate un- til 1950, wherefor stipulations rel- ative to occupancy of the prop- erty for the past ten years are not binding. Bill Macmillan and Bert Janes are representing the defendant Mamie Washoe Jenkins in the suit. IIIIllllllilllllllilllliillllllilliilllilill Where to find and buy it in... 0UINCY Diamonds - Watches POWELL JEWELRY GIFTS THAT LAST Watch Repairing Quincy QUINCY HARDWARE CO. P.O. Box 846 Phone 87 General Hardware - Electrical Mining Supplies - Housewares Plumbing - Appliances - Iorge Refrigerators We Specialize in Mail Orders GAMBELL & GAMBELL QUINCY LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS Leave Work at PAL'S BARBER SHOP Bob Phleger of Quincy visited his brother, Chris one day last week. ! Mr. and Mrs. Andy Stevenson of Fortola and Mrs. Elizabeth Bates were visitors in the Bill Baker home last Tuesday• Lily McRorie was home from his daughters last Tuesday. Rae Meginness spent several days last week in Reno. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kamp- schmidth of Oakland came up to visit her mother and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Graver. They returned home on Sunday via Don-" ner Summit after taking in the Meginness, Kin:don wedding in Reno. Mr. and Mrs. Sig Bodman and m children were weekend guests of = • her mother, Mrs. Vina Flickardt. • Mrs• R• D. Bentley spent several • days in Marysville last week• • Mrs. Bill Baker went over to • Keddie Sunday to visit her sister, m Mrs. Elizabeth. Bates. Both went over to visit r. and Mrs. Cecil Qm Bates in Quincy. • Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cordoza • visited her folks, Mr. and Mrs. For- m • est Boyd in Oroville over the week- • end. • The Cordoza ranch now has elec- THE DIAMOND MATCH CO.- a tricity. • Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lynch visited Phone Quincy Four • Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McLain at WE DELIVER m Pine Airs Motel Wesdnesday even- ing• Bill Hantngton, manager Mr. and Mrs. Red Dogan are sporting a new Buick Rivera Coupe SUSANVILLE Insurance Service Sierra Theatre Building SUSANVILLE, CALIF. WOLF CREEK GARAGE Phone Greenville 68-M EVERY MONDAY WIRTH-IVLLAR Hardware General Electric Appliances SPORTING GOODS PLUMBING SUPPLIES 618 Main St. Phone 223-B MOUNT LASSEN SHOE REPAIR Prompt Service to Out-of-Town Customers and Mail Orders 91o Cm, t. Susanville MILLWOOD FLORIST AND NURSERY Flowers for All. Occasions Bulbs - Seeds - Plants - Trees Main & Sacrambnto Ph 381-B CARL'S SHOES Roblee - Buster Brown - Airstep JUSTIN & HYER COWBOY BOOTS ,ONG'S SHOE STORZ Fine FOOtwear for Men, Women and Children HOSIERY 614 Main St. Phone 84-B i t TT CO.DER Studebaker" Car, a,l Trucks I Utilit;, Trailers - Truck Beds USED CARS AND TRUCKS II We Service All Makes i KELLY TIRES Phone 108-B - 1329 Main St. • in Mist Green. • Bill McMahon is ill in the hospi- • tal in Quincy. • Mr. and Mrs. Hank Soders and SEJVIG MACHINES entertained the Mel Whalers Sales & Service All Makes and Buford Sartin Friday evening • with a waffle supper. Rentals - Parts - Service • Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lynch rode • O • BUILDING MATERIALS i over to Portola and Chester Sun- day. Later in the day they called Insulation - Brick & Asbt{] on Mr. and Mrs. Don Reihl. Mr. and Mrs. Reese Smith and Siding and Roofing : baby, Mr. and Mrs. Spike Edgmon EASY TERMB • and Mr• and Mrs. Jigs Cox were LASSEN HOME 916 Main St. : Phone 296-YB B ........... • See the Complete Line of PHILCO RADIOS .a Refrigerators - Ranges- Freezers• Davis Service App]im',.ce m_. Griffin Building Phone 406-[= J. It. PACKWOOD, OpL D. Glasses Fitted and Repaired Office Hours: 9-12 and I-5 BraN Telephone 247-B DEAL & DAVIE SERVICE Cadillac & Oldsmobile Cars GMC Trucks - Goodyear tires RECAPPING Complete Automotive Service Phone 212-B - 1107 Main St. dinner guests )f Mr. and Roark Sunday. Pat Bonham" took his uncle Jack Townsend home to Red and remained to spend the week- end with his family. Mr• and Mrs. Elmer Brewster of Pulga are living at the High- way Maintenance station here. Mr. and Mrs. Cilff Sheehan had as dinner guests Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. d McLain and fam- ily and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Strong; T]e occasion was to celebrate Mr. Sheehan's and Mrs. McLain's • birthdays. • • Mr. and Mrs. Jake DeHahn were dinner gUests of Mr. and Mrs. Alan DOYLE MOTOR CO. Sales -- FORD -- Service FORD - and MERCURY Guaranteed Used CaPs Phone 205-B 611 Main CATHOLIC BAZAAR HELD SATURDAR GREAT SUCCESS Members of the St. Anthony's Altar Society met on Monday of last week at the home of Mrs. Trene Finch, when they completed plans for the bazaar held Satur- day. Fourteen members were pre- sent, and the meeting was opened with a prayer led by Father J. J. Corcoran. Refreshments were seved by the hostess, following the me°eting. Tht bazaar was revorted to be a spectacular success, being an •l- mast eomplete sell-out during the early hours of the afternoon. The members of the society extend their thanks and appreciatio to all those who contributed in any way to the success of the annual affair held at the Masonic Hall in Greenville. The turkey which was given away by the ladies was awarded to Father J. J. Corcoran, and will serve as the piece de resistance at a dinner being given tonight for members and guests of the WILLIAM MOSER GIVEN MASTER OF ARTS DEGREE STAFORD UNIVERSITY -- Graduate and undegraduate de-. grees have been awarded to 509 Stanford students who completed their studies during the Summer 'Quarter, University President Wal- lace Sterling announced today. The total includes 372 students have won graduate degrees 137 who are winners of an- diplomas• School of Education students made up the single group receiving de- Garrick. Mrs. DeHahn was erie- and included a Master of brating a birthday. Mr. and Mrs. J, ohn Richmond of Arts" degree to William Moser of Greenville. the Bakery were guests in-the Bill Baker home one evening last week. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lewis were Dealers in Builders' Supplies : in Quincy Monday on busniess. T. 6, M. CARPENTER SHOP: --4 Cabinet Work - Glass W'ork _m m Sash and Doors : TED" SMITH BO00E 00o.e so, u.,o.: TH/kNKSGIVING Accompained by Charlotte : Smith, Ralph Lozano drove to Bay Area last night, returning with Ted Smith, Who has been in the hospital there following his acci- dent of several weeks ago. m Ted is reported to have rapidly For Complete Furoiture  recovered from the numerous in- UPHOLSTERY SERVICE m juries and broken bones he sus- m == LASSEN OFFICE SUPPLY DAVE'S B tained when the piekup he was driving colided with a county truck " TOP AND BODY WORKS g on the Cresceent Grade. He will Typewriters - Office Equipment Stationm'¥ - Gifts 275 Fairfield - Phone 418-RB B be handicapped by using crutches ' i l-otel Mount Lassen Building SIERRA JEWELERS  lea enjoy being home where he  • for some time, but will doubt- i 1   The Store on the Corner • can communicate with his many i Al:]:lemce al:u:l Hazdwoe s Main and Gay Streets m_ friends. 718 Main St. Phone ].u- Gorham Sterling i Nationally Advertised.Watchcs•  Norge - Bendix- Appliances DIAMONDS : S.pport your Iome-town paper! i HOFFMA RADIOS Watch Repairing - Enqravinui ....... Genl Hardware:- port'g Go, as .. , i " m am • ,eeee•eeeeeeeeeeeeeee 0ROVILLE " 00LOWE00.S DR. A. T. DIETLE , OPTOMETRIST State Theatre Bqilding For All Occamons B 1461 Myers St. Phone 150   t II B [] , bJFJI.EbU • = • B -- -- -- , • YE GIFT SHOPPE BEDFORDS :  _ . Watches- Diamonds • m Cards Stationery ;eramtc r • III "  Jewelry - Silverwa e • iiFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS REPAIRING : 122 West Third Street -Chico 119 W. 3rd St. Chico. Cal. : ..... _, m  m mm .m JOHN M.,MOORE g = KN,:II KI.II)-V Chewy - Olds - Cadillac : = .muf f immvm, m, "The Best Place 'in Town : to Buy a Car"  • m m FICKERTS Tehama Co. Dealer Ph. 166• II ' ' • = We have what you want in When in Red Bluff : B " and your car acts up - call on • tl HOME FURNISHINGS [] II = II Phone 200 Red Bluff HARRIS MOTORS • II Chrysler-Plymouth-DeSoto B Z  Phone 712 Main & Union i III [] | m Rv00Y L00'S S00DD00Z SHOP-_- I , CUSTO-MADE • m STYLISH MEN S WEAR SADDLES and ACCESSORIES m- FREEMAN SHOES Louis Ringlero, Saddle :Maker-  I 651 Main Red Bluff 624 M Street ............ Red Bluff MANES FUNERAL HOME Phone Greenville 75-M-2 representing The GIFT & FLOWER SHOP Quincy, California oeeoo©ooooeoOOOO ooo. ooo RICHARD R. ECKER ] Surveys - Maps - Reports ( l I Phone 378 Quincy DR. JACK A. ELFANT OPTOM ETRIST t56 Jackson St, Quincy - °L351W • (Opposite Industrial Hospital) Eyes Examined - Glasses Fitted rROKEN LNS' DUPUCATED CK)NTACT LENSES PRESCRIPTION SUN GLASSES llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Maintain your democratic rights--- ]uy all your • printing at home! SINGER SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS All makes of sewing machines Reasonable charges Advance Estimates Given A penny post card will bring our service car to your door. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 534 Broadway Chico, Calif. FOR RENT--2-bedrm house com- pletely furn. Modern. $50 month. See Chas. Camp or phone 39-M. 35 LOST--Wool plaid jacket and boy coat knife; put in wrong car at football game Sat. Please return to Johnny Murray, phone 6-M-2. lc FOR SALE---Davano bed; in good condition• $18.50. See Don North at W. F. Morris & Sons Store. lp FOR SColored Hens, 30c lb. live weight• Fryers, 45c lb. live weighL--Gage Poultry Yard, East of Almam)r sawmill. 35p WANTeD---Washing, ironing and mending. Wood's Home Laundry-- now located in former Lowry Stu- dio, next to grammar school• 35p 'OR SAI-9-foot Gibson electric refrigerator; ,ood condition• $75. Mrs. Frank Grace, across from the Goldenson residence• 35p NEON SIGNS NEON REPAIRS HIGHWAY BILLBOARDS Write----- JEFFRIES-HAGEMAN OUTDOOR ADVERTISING CO. Susanville,Calif. FOR SALE--5-room furn. house with bath and service porch. Com -= pletely remodeled. Phone 39-1ti (Record office), Greenville. 8tfc NORTHERN .CALIFORNIA SUPERVISORS SEND WElfARE ffE#00 EAST Mrs. erna Beall, director of the Plumas County Welfare Depart- ment, will attend the White House Conference in Washington next month, following action taken this week by the Northern California Supervisors Association, it is learn- ed. At the instigation of C. E. Black- % , man, a drect, or of the Associat- ion. funds will be prvoided for the trip by the larger organization in appreciation of the honor thus accorded to Plumas County and the northern end of the state, it was learned• The counties com- prising the ,organization include FOR RENT---4 rm. apt. furn. or l unfurn.. C. J. Frederickson. Gree- ¢ille. O call at7 Record office 30tf adding machine with stand. Chep. Record office, phone 39-M. tf FOR SALE---Davano-bed; in good condition. Can be seen at H, A. Van Fleet home. 35I) FOR SALE---1944 army jeep; exc. pond. $700. ALSO 2-wheel utility trailer, extension tongue, $150. also registered thorobred gelding & 2- yr-old colt. Must sell. Robert Sat'- gent, Taylorsville. 35] FOR SALE -- 4-H turkeys; next door to Star Hotel or phone Green- ville 34-M-5. 3Gp CONCRETE IRRIGATION PIPE SEE THE SUPERIOR PIPE CO. 24<; ;ark Ave., Chico, Czlif. 10-' LAAE ALMANOR PROPERTIES CANYON DAM Highway Business Property ALMANOR, LAKESIDE Beautiful Home and Homesit3s CHESTER Six lots close in. Hiway frontage. Motel site--Motel Business Properties CLEAR CREEK Three 5-room houses--good cond. 2 smaller houses bordering creek. Priced for quick sale. All or part° Activity in Almanor Properties on" up swing. BUY NOW - Not Laterl HELEN HOLLENBECK, Realtor Leonhardt Bldg. Phone 301-W Quincy, Cai PETITION FILED AGAINST CHESTER SANITARY DIST. A petition has been filed in Su- perior Court challenging the right of the Chester Sanitary District to issue bonds recently approved• It was also charged that process- es empl, oyed in forming the district were illegal. Parries & Cady of Susanville and Chester represent- the )laintiffs. Kirkbride & Wilson represent the sanitary district• Christmas Seals have been sold in the United States since 1907 to support anti-tuberculosis work. Plumas, Butte, Tehama, Shasta, Lassen, Modoc, Trinity, Siskiyou and Glenn. Mrs. •call was nom- inated as a reprseentative by the California Youth Committee, and will be in Washington December 3to7. PLUMAS COUNTY'S 'BEST' CAR VALUES ALL AT BZDUCED PRICES! AT COTTER'S AUT0 SERVICE MAIN AT CRESCENT QUINCY, CALIFORNIA 1948 PONTIAC---SILVER STREAK--2 DOOR SEDAN " HEATERRADIOHYDROMATIC 1949 STUDEBAKER COMMANDER---4-DOOR SEDAN "REGAL DeLUXE"HEATER RADIO--OVERDRIVE 1947 DODGE--4 DOOR SEDAN--CUSTOM HEATER--FLUID DRIVE. 1949 FORD CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE HEATERRADIO 1949 PLYMOUDOOR SEDAN HEATER RADIO HEATER RADIO 1937 PONTIAC COUPE CH00NDI00O. LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES GOOD TSRx'VIS • • • BUY NOW AND BUY FOR LESS HEW -CARS 1950 PLYMOUTH SPECIAL SUBURBAN 1950 CHRYSLER 6sAND 8"s FOR II00EDIATE DELIVERY , m  -[b$