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Greenville, California
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.,_,Y ICOD Thursday, December I, 1955 4 A./,J Jt .t a.a t MAN! YOU'VE (IOT TOTRY THIS SAW! NEW DISTRICT HOSPITAL PERMIT PUBLIC VIEWING SATURDAY OF NEXT WEEK Forma: aeceptanee of the new Feather River District Hospital at Greenville was made Monday night, Nov. 28, when the Board of Directors held an adjourne3 session in the new building. "Everything in the building is pretty well completed now, and the installation of uiIorrmnt and supplies is well underway," ad- vised C. J. McIntyre, president of the Board. Some minor corrections still have to be made, as is to be. ex.- pceted in a proj(t of this kind, but in all probability these -will be completed within the next week or two, observed Walter Cliff, member of the board. Due to the oncoming holiday season, and complications pre- sented by the start of a new year, the board decided not to officially open the hospital for use until Monday, January 2nd, it was stated. It had been planned, to hold a formal dedication ceremony Ior the new addition to the Valley. but due to several dCays which have brought the opening date to the season el uncertain weath- er, tufty an opm house will be staged on Saturday, Dee. 10, ad- vised Mike Ayoob, also a mem- ber of the board. A that tim:' arrangements will be made to conduct visitors through the prenises and explain the iuno TROPHIES ARE AWARDED TO OUTSTANDING PLAYERS AT FOOTBALLERS BANQUET The annual football banquet was held at the school cafeteria on Monday night of last week, when a turkey dinner prepared by Mrs. Wilma Lemm was s:-rved to 80 guests including members of the Varsity and Junior Varsity football teams, their parents, and the faculty of the Greenville high school. The tables were decorated with a large football, and ',he Indian theme was carried out with miniature canoes and tom- ahawks. Trophies were given to the outstanding football players. A Lemm trophy for backfield play- ing went to Gary Wassell on the Varsity team for yardage and ability. Gary carried thv ball 99 times for a total yard- age of 213. The line trophy was given by Ewlyn Slapnik for the best all- around player on the Varsity {earn- Lawrence Rilea. The oth- er Lemm trophy went to S:'y- mour Smith on the Junior Var- sity for all-around player. Coaches Stan Timone and Harry Price both gave short talks, as did Principal Jess Ma- ginnis, who also presented "de sportsmanship trophy to Law- rence Rilea. Both teams presented Mrs. Lemm with a beautiful orchid corsage. The evening was con- cluded with a showing of foot- DICK AND NANCY MARRIED Dick Strecker and Nancy Far- ley have taken up residence in one of the houses on the ,Toe Slapnik place., following their marriage in Rend last week Nancy is th:, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Swanson and is em)loyed at the telephone office. Both are well known in Green- ville and have tke best wishes of (heir .,nany friends hrough- out the Valley. CALLI?D TO STOCWi'ON Lucile I{oulsten :as called to Stockton on Monday due to the illness of her father, but re- turned home Tuesday night aft- er being assured that he was well along the road to recovery. PLUMA$ T00EAT00_E All Evening Shows - 7:30 p.m. Matln-es Sat. & Sunday - 2 p.m. DEC. 2nd THROUGH DEC. 7th Friday and Saturday Broderick Craw*ford and Ralph Meeker in "BIG HOUSE, U. S. A." The story of an extortion plot from ntart to finish!--Also Johnny Carpenter in "THE LAWLESS RIDER" Carpenter, a former Hollywood stunt man, now a Western star! Sunday and Monday ', Tyrone Power- Maureen O'Hara P.obert Francis - Donald Crisp and Ward Bond in TRUDY'S "THE LONG GRAY LINE" BEAUTY SALON Now Located At 146 Hot Springs Road PERMANENTS $7.50 and up Guaranteed Work Phone Greenville 79-M TEUDY PECK, proprietor (In Color and CinemaScope) A true story of the life of a wonderful guy[ Tuesday and Wednesday TURKEYS ON TUESDAY Stev:art Granger - Gee. SanderS and Viveea Lindlors in "MOONFLEET" fin Color and CincmaScope) As exciting as the novel that inspired it! CLOSED THURSDAY Why not take The lleeord reg" ular!y and keep informed of mat- ters ianportant to Indian Valley! at ADDISON by in the new establishment. In the A, event of callers wishing to see If a veteran has moved, the " " '  '"" " ' ' - Joe Marsh" ttl t, interior of the building on check OeS back to the U.S. m whe00 I s,t...4 made to have the place open Even if a veteran merely beginning at 2 o'clock that aft- moves across the street, if he Easy Coins 0 LB ernoon also, it was stated, doesnt notify the VA, his com- , a,--HAl'" SAW pensation, GI training payment A Quick Profit Wml Tlt WTS or other benefit may pass him by. His check cannot reach him Hear about Easy Roberts last Easy's money pl$ ten eenta , & DUPONT Quincy: "Veterans, if you move to a new address, notify the Veter- ans' Administration as well as the post office." This is an im- portant detail, according to C. J. Gallup, veterans' service officer for Plumas County. "Any veteran who is entitled to a monthly VA check isn't be- ing very good to himself if he forgets to tell not only the post office but also the VA about his address change. Don't keep it a secret from VA," Gallup said. "The post office cannot for- wrd government benefit checks. until he does something about it," the service officer stated. "Another thing I should hard- ly have to mention," Gallup went on to say: "Don't write to VA headquarters in Washington; write to the regional or district office where your records are. And don't fail to add your sig- nature, too," he observed. If the matters seems too com- plicated, or if there is any other help or information you'd like, come to Room 1, second floor, Court House, Quincy, and let us take care of the matter for you. Friday? I helped him count his money-both before and after- so believe me, the story's true. Easy was on the way to the bank to deposit his "cookie jar" zavi--exactly $24.95 in nick- els, dimes and quarter He had them in a paper bag and as we crossed Main Street the bottom fell out. Money went flying. Passers-by pitched in to help recover the coins. Later on when Easy count- ed up, le had $25.05. The "search party" had turned up all of someone else had lost! From where I sit, I wouldn't want to try this "Easy" way to make money. Usually, it takes time for a bank roll to grow... just as it takes time for a friend- ship to grow. But by respecting a neighbor's rights-including hi right to drink coffee, tea, beer or buttermilk, whichever and when- ever he chooses-it's wonderful the solid friendship you can build, You can "bank" on thaL Copyright, 1955, United States Brewers Foundation You are invited to offend our | . J STER SHAVES CIRCLES RAIN00]OW S END " ALL OTHER i SHAVERS ON SATURDAY. DF.00EMBEB TENTH lhe law says we can't qive Come as early as 7 anythtnq away -- but you should and stay as late ,TRY OUR 50-cent SMORGASBORD AS YOU LIKE! Dance to the Colorful Music of The Rainbow Orchestra WlC AND T ROBERTSON | | | | Shaves arcles around all ocher electric shave.because you shave in a circular motion. Sunbeams smooth coatmuous-roand head is screened with a network of round t are cloer together than the whiskers on your face. The round Ire pick up whiskers from all dections the w your naturally rows, so that shaving in  drde$ pi  | tl whiskers. a F. L. MILLER COMPANY Groceries Hardware - Sporting.Goods : S & W Paints - G-E & Sunbeam Appliances Phone I-M Corner Main and Caeecent - /