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November 16, 1950

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il THE INDIAN VALLEY RECORD GREENVILLE GOSSIP By CLINKENBEARD CLEWS Now that Clink doesn&apos;t have to spehd his time on political obser- vations axed proKrnostications, he is devoting some time to glancing between the snowflakes and noting this and that. Bruce Bidwell is spending some days in Oroville getting his other tooth, overhauled. Mrs. B. says be won't give up and have them both pulled for fear he'll disclg)se (or maybe feel) his approaching de- clining years.., no more will one have trouble telling whether the pickup belongs to the Greenville NVater upply or the Crescent Water Company. It seems that Art applied his brakes Tuesday just in time to prevent a Cal-evada truck from being knocked off the highway--but with some damage to ,ne corner of Art's almost-new vehicle . . . The cement pour that has been underway at "Bob" Humphrey's Service Station was completed in time for the Stude- baker display there Monday. Many people were on hand to see the new model and thousands of or- chids were given to the women pasing by. Besides the slmwing be- ing a success, the service ramp between the pumps is now level and intact . . Tom Seymour let Fay close down the Gift Shop Monday and accompany him to Reno. Understand they had to sum- mon a tow ear when their distri- butor rotor ran out of oil or other- wise decided to misbehave. Well, all's well that ends well . . . The Galden BRRr is slated to stage its grand opening Saturday night with genial Margaret and taciturn Doe as host and hostess. This will be the classiest place on Main Street and has the advantage of Frenchy for atmosphere... The Green- ville Basketball legaue (so for con- sisting )f one team) gets off to a dashing start Saturday night when they play the Nevada State champions. Burton Motors and Ed Spellmeyer are lending their sup- port to the activity, Mrs. Pat Grenke is writing the publicity and Bryce Bogue seems to be doing the work. Hope thhey get off to a good start . . . Guess everyone will be 3ut somewhbre hunting the elusive pheasant or quail this weekend--and wish you'all suc- ceB8. R. E. (BUD) WILSON REPORTED I,M PROVE D "Bud" Wilson, who has been con- fined to the Mercy Hospital at sacramento since being struck by a falln,- tree some weeks ago, ]s reported to have regained + con- sciusness and to be definitely on the improve. Mrs. Wilson, who visited the hos- pital on Friday of last week, says that according to word from his nurse, he began to converse nor- really on Saturday and is display- |ng an abnormal interest in fod-- at, after and before mealtimes. She says she doesn't know when to expect him home, but she hopes it will be soon. TO CLEAR OUT SNAGS In order to reduce the possible fire hazard in the town of Green- ville, the local fire department is planning to conduct a drive to clear ut all the old snags now standing on the hill overlooking town, according to Chief Cy Hall. Townspeople wll be asked to co- operate in the roject, he said. Subscribe to your home town /roper. Help it to help you: INDIAN VALLEY FUEL Slabs and Edgin Flreplaoe Wood - 8etzer'l Blooks t W. H. HAWSON Phone 24-M-2 Greenville, Cat. OeO4D @O@O@4D BO IPOI'O lIP/Be I O O B IAHERSmM HOTEL 55 Fifth Street (Near Market) San Francisco, Cal. II ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF = 850 ROOMS OF COMFORT IN THE HEART OF S, F. SHOPPING AND THEKTRE DISTRICT MODERN RATES THURS., NOVEMBER. 16, 1950 FORMER RESIDENT HERE c 1 IS REPORTED DECEASED The following missive was r- ceived by The Record this week from H. A. Karns, and is self- explanatory: "As I pass through your tow I take this means to notify Mrs Ann Dorn Stevens and other friends of the death this fall of Mr. B. Allen, a former resident of yotw town." t No further details are forthcom- ing. SOCIETY ELECTS drs. Robert Erbeck was reelect- ed president of the Crippled Child- runs Societv for her third term. Mrs. John James .was elected vice president, Mrs. Glenn Bartlett sec- retary and A. E. Dale, treasurer, at a meeting of the board of direc- tors vf the organization attended by 18 persons in the courthouse last night. Plans for the coming year were formulated with emphasis o n Christmas parties for Quincy, Por- tola and Chester. sponsored by the society. The annual Easter Seal drive committee was appointed by Mrs. Erbeck. 4 CLEANING BUSINESS BETTER Mr. and Mrs. C. H. (Red) LOgan of Crescent Mills are currently driving a new Buick, having trad- ed in their Desoto sedan. CARD OF THANKS I want to express my thanks to a] those who supported me in. the recent election. E. H. ORR ii COOPERATIVEI HUNTI00G AREA WRITTEN :PERMISSION Permits Issued at Checking Station WARNINC 1 CLOSED ZONE NO HUNTING TFds Closed Zone is p, f m Coope,tlw H.mtlmj /rea opcnfled under proviskms o Sfio 1159 o the Fish d G.: Code  ,h, d  and Gun Code. @-- A place to shoot during the coming pheasant hunting seas, on is guaranteed by the sign shown above that will adorn more than 100.000 acres of California farm land between Nov. 18 and 27. Unharvested crops, P:fildings and stock will be protected by signs like those at the r!ght, when an estimated 200.000 upland game huneers are afield. Twelve separate areas will be operated and pa- trolled by the Division af Fish and Game in the second year of its cooperative hunting program. UPland game season opens Nov. 18. woul theeb:  fofeiC /%-ht MULTPL B MAY Ire obtain "Cal-Vet" farm or home financin later on, Gallup said. + +E VAILABI,E L "There is some reason for this + .......... misunderstanding" he explained. CAU:[P DV[gwS VTS ;,'prior to 1946. veterans were not  ........... , allowed to make use of both types The same World Wa II veteran I of State benefit. But the Leg;s- may be eligilbe for both the low-I lature took action in that year to ! cost home or farm financing bone- correct the situation, The same fits and the educational assistance State certificate of eligibility will offered by the State .of alifor- serve for both benefits in the case nia, accordnig to C. J. Gallup Plu- ,of most World War II veterans." nas County Veterans' Service Of- Application forms and informal- ricer, ion are available to interested vet- A number of veterans in Plu- erans at the Veterans' Service Of- mas County have hesitated t'o ap- fice. Room 3. Third Floor, Court- ply for State aid in completing house at Quincy. their studies for fear that they Important Deadlnes iii DOUBLE -Jl<ma $2.5O up eeeeoeeeeeeeeeoeoeoeooee, 188 W. MAIN STREET Supply Your Needs At Home! ALWAYS GOOD NEW AND USED FURNITURE BUYS ii WASHING MACHINES APPLIANCES AND FLOOR COVERINGS i i iii TRADE OR SELL US YOUR USED HOME FURNISHINGS i i FLOOR COVERINGS CARPET AND LINOLEUM LAYING REPAIIS OF ALL ](INDS I. V. (;RANGE IVET|NG HELD TUESDAY. NOV. 7 The regular meeting of the In- dian Valley Grange was held Nov- ember 7. The Lecture Hour was opened with the lecturer reading a 10-year-old's essay on "The Bird and Beast." Della Herring was the winner in a guesing"g'a Edna Kunzler received the travel- ing prize. Walter Edwards' name was drawn from the jack-pot. Sorry you weren't there Walter. A Cookbook was presented to Arthur Toscani, who recently be- came a bridegroom. William, Fuller, Lecturer. VISIT AT LARRISONS Mr. and Mrs. George Benner of Stockton were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larrion last weekend. Mrs. Benner is Mrs. Larison's niece. The first Christmas Eeal :!e to fight tuberculosis was conduct- ed in Denmark in 1904 and was inspired by Einar Holboell, a pos- tal clerk. %% = , . Prepare for THKSGiVG DAY ROASTERS CANDY CANDLES COOKING UTENSILS INDIAN VALLEY 5c- lOe- 15c STOI Jewell S. Stmadm, owner Greenville California i - - l = = I! Finest at any price. World's most-wanted pen with new Aero-metric Ink System. Many "51" pre- cision features for dependable writing. Octan- mm point--me. tered ink flow. Outstanding medium-priced r Parker. Fast, Newest pre- easy filling,-. c i,sion-made miracle-metal Parker. Ideal Octaniumpont. fop students. Smooth, inter- changeable poJ nt. DALE'S JEWELRY Watch and Jewelry Repazring Our Specialty Phone 92-M Greenville ;; =! Ask Your Gos Stotion Men! 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