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Paqe Four ., . INDIAN VALLEY RECORD ATTr_I000000O00 '1"[ T[it DEMOCRATIC PARTY, THROUGH ITS EIZr;CTED OFICIALS, ITS ORGANIZATIONS AND ITS LEADERS, IS PROUD TO ASK Y()ITR SUPPORT FOR OUR CANDIDATE FOR ST00oTE SENATOR STANLEY ARNOLD Here's What These Distinguished Attorney General "Pat" Brown Heads the Distinguished List of Cali]ornia State Senators Say: Democratic Leaders Indicating Their Support of Start Arnold "We know and admire Stanley Arnold and would be honored to serve with him in the State Senate." SENATOR HUGH BURNS Chcdrmem, Rules Committee SENATOR HAROLD T. JOHNSON Chrmm Natural Resources JAMES McBRIDE Chcdrmml, lvenue and Taxation SENATOR JAMES COBEY Vice-hairman, Fish and Game SENATOR STEPHAN TEALE Vice-chairman, Natural Resources Endorsed by" SENATOR GEORGE MILLER, JR. Chairman Financial Institutions SENATOR ED REGAN Chairman, Judiciary SENATOR ROBERT MONTGOMERY Vice-chairman. Labor SENATOR EARL DESMOND ChIrmm, Aqriculture SENATOR RICHARD RICHARDS Vice-chairman. Trm2sporlafion SENATOR CHARLES BROWN Vice-chairmm, Finance SENATOR LUTHE R GIBSON Chcdrmml, Local Government SENATOR R. I. McCARTHY Vice-chairmm Local Government SENATOR FRED FARR Vlce-chn Governmentcd Efficiency SENATOR ALAN SHORT Vice-duxirman Education J. J. HOLLISTER, Jl, Senator-elect PLUMAS COUIRY 00EI0000O00IiATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE MODOC COUNTY DEMOi00BATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE IASSEN COUI00Y DEMOCRATIC CEIfl'RAL COMMITTEE ALL FIRST DISTRICT I)ENORATIC CLUBS D00OCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE CALIFO00A STATE 0000ATI0nL COMMITTEE Thursday, December 1, The whole eom:munixy shocked by the death of neighbor Alien "Swede" or Friday morning, after a tiwly short illness in the vi]!e hospital. Everyone their deepest sympathy to Garrick, his wife, and dau Betty Jo and other and Mrs. Frank Warner N.phi, Utah, parents of Garrick,, and Ilene Hills Sparks. New a niece, Friday night to be here for funeral, which was held day afternoon. Mr. Wendell sons met them in Reno. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nye daughter Sharon were called Napa last week end to attend some business matters, in home on Monday. Mr. and 1Vtrs. Tim Stamp and Lottie Starrpfli had giving dinner in Wheatland. Bob and Rosemary Milton to Susanville on Thanks day to visit with friends. Joe Ambrogina of Hayfork iS here visiting at the home off hi sister, Rosa Haker, for a fee days. Ed Trussel] was a guest Mr. and Mrs. Plunie Nye for Thanksgiving day dinner. Jim East came over Iro$ Quincy last Friday after bei advised that his brother JohIZ had been taken to the BatSO Hospital in Greenville. John t reported to be doing nicely. . Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Allen ol Sacramento were here to sper-t Thanksffiving with their sor "Spike" Edgmon and family. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Terry motored to Sacracrmnto to at" tend a family reunion with their children and gandchildren e0 Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kingdon Jr, and chi!dren went to WinnemUe" ca, Nev. to spend Thanksgivtd$ day with her relatives. Mr. anti Mrs, Howard TanU er and llr. and Mrs. Tom Dyna came up from Sacramento Wednesday to spend ThanksgiV: ing with Mr. and Mrs. George Tanner, and stayed over for t B golden wedding anniversary col" ebration on Saturday. Mr and Mrs Henry Sand aP. children were in WestwoC] for a Thanksgiving dinner wi her parents, Mr. and N y$ Dwight tIuyett. Mr. and Mrs. Spike Edgmo and son motored to Orland S t" urday to visit with her parenf  Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rottu Mr. and Mrs. Myles Lancaster were host m:d hostess at $ birthday dinner honoring M Dwight Huyett en Saturd r' Nov. 26. Guests ,'rare Mr. tt0" ett, Mr. and Mrs. Henry SandeN Clarice Stevenson and Buddy, from Portola, were to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Baker last Wednesday. Both Nancy Stampfli and I daughter Rosemary celebrateU their birthdays on the same d last week. observing the sion by having a few .. for cake. Earl Woods was t:p Marysville to spend the giving week end at the Mills home of his mother, Ada Bentley. Elaine McLain was a busine visitor in Reno last Mondgg" Her husband "Mac" was a bU P ness visitor in Oroville TuesdaY" Emmett Stevens ,a of Loyalton stopped on for a visit here with Mr. Mrs. Sam Kingdon Sr. Dennis Reith attended the nual football banquet held the Greenville high school o Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reith a t sons Dennis and Jeffrey were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Witlia Huntley of Greenville giving day.