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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1940 INDIAN VALLEY RECORD u I"'1', s ~ IT Iheld "~" I the southwest corner of the new Greenhand," ana sponsored by the ] fully under@ent an appenndectomy. [Chistmas vacation and some arti- [41g~h ~h~N| ~J:~0~[ Mt Wile was ably assisted by lbuilding ]Future Farmers was presenteU to]Jane started the term here but was lcles are already in preparation. 111~1! K~qDI|U~Irl 1~ VV ~| "" - -Y " "~ v'n re I " J the student bod~, Tuesday, Decem-]then transferrei] to Brawley She IT he photography clam, ~ Will i m~my stuuents in the me I g p" I ~ ,I I " s x-~ Game [ cess. [ F F. A. News [ her 3. [ returned Monday to continue scl~ool [ furnish and print the pictures, h-as We tw ] With its shop nearing comp--Tt~[ -------- [here, but wasa only able to attend l been experimenting with a process Greenville took three defeats Signs for New Building ~ tion, Mr. Mitchell's Farm Mechan-[ Christn~m Gifts [ school that one ~lay. At horrm that i~o print the pictures on special from the W'estwood Lurn~berjacks Two new ~lgns and five grills| tcs class wtll be able to start regular] All students have been requested evening she was stricken with a paper. "'~ ~- while vchming one game on the were put on the new building last shop work immediately following to bring a gift for the Greenville]sudden attack of appendicffis. llarge XVestwood auditorium basket- Christmas vacation. Under Mr. ~l High School Christmas tree to be I ------- MORRIS AND OUTLAND HAVE week. ball court. The signs and grills were supplied Mitchell's supervision, an oil heat- '.held Decem~ber 20 The prices of [ New Books FINE CHRISTMAS DISPLAY The G~'eenville D team, playin:,~ by the Sierra Mill and Lumber corn- er was lfi~alled in the new shop these gifts range not lower than 10 [ The sc~mol h' a"'~ ed 49 ~ew at last in their own division, corn- pany of Sacramento this week by r~emhers of the class, cents and not higher than 25 cent . ],books, which include a series of six The general merchandise store of pletely out-fought, out-shot, an ! The grillss, 27 inches by 33 Following the resignation of for-I The studeuts are asked to brmg ~ books on "The Adventures of Sher- W.F. Morris & Sons and Guy C. out classed their larger opponen:s *inches, were placed along the South "ruder Secretary Joel Cardoza, who gifts which will be suitable for lock I-3olm~s," six book by Lloyd Outland of the Outland Phallnacy and came ou~ with a 15-8 victory, iwall of the new building. The mu- was ~'eclared ineligible becauses of ~ either a boy or girl and all such C Douglas sir books by Mary Rob have decorated their big store front being a "greenhand," the Future I gifts are requested to be turned in [erts Rinehart, "Wolf of the Woods," with a dmplay of Christmas trees These boys, who have been pla~ I sic and science .~:gn Was placed on ~:al~ners elected Jim Defantl as by Friday, Decembe 13. The gills "Bambi The Wonderful 2kdven- and colored lights that is wonaerrul ing as C's because tnere was no ~i team, in ~.he county leagUen~: balld ~- ,l --LEGAL ~ADVERTISEMENT'------successor to that office. [ will be wrapped and labelled " pt fuses of iN'ila Son of the White I to see. The trees are placed above playea some Hne snootmg a u The Future Farmers Dance, I school by a special committee in IMan " "Buff, the Cpllie Laughing [ the sidewalk awnings, with a largo ".mndling so they had little trouble United States Department of In- --- e Itcrior--General Land Office M A I in winning tn.~ dam ~ . . : INd. 033362 District Land Office] ~owever in tneotner tnrec ' ' ISacrament ' California, November tge~L~theAthereteaWasa sadder story to !26 1940. Notice is hereby given ,: m went down to ~t[that the Indian Valley Mining Co ] 33-17 defeat despite the e~forts o f ,t corporation, by G. L. Johnson, its o,ntslVice president and agent of Green-I l~eed Pauison wad scores iv p ] " " ' . rills Plumas County, California, ! with ~omc beautiful shoot;ng T ne, ' . . ,~ has made application for patent to Indians never really had a chance]he A~tlc Quartz Claim Antalctc against the very fast andwell- ardn H~bernia Fraction lode mining drilled %Vestwood squad wfi-o had claims, survey number 6239 in Secs. 11 and 14, T. 26 N R. 9 E M. D. a 19-4 lead ~t the half time ',hi in the Greene]Ills Mining Di'~- The B's played their usual fast, 'trict, Plumas County, California exciting, but rather erraUc game, beginning at corner No 1, Hibernia with Eubanks pacing them with Fraction lode, whence the sec. cor- s" with ~he close ner common to Secs. 11 12 13 anti xu counters ~utivt o ' ' ' ' 14 of T. ~6 N 1"~. 9 E M. D. M score of 23-20. bears ncrth 67 31' 13" ca~:t 2108.52 The C game wasn't really a~ame,' feet; thence south 20 45' east 716.2 but rr".er a riot, in which West- feet to corner No. 2 of said lode; wood ~cored 38 points against th thence south 46 45' west 207.01 feet ~^~ . ~ " ,to corner No. 3 of said lode; thence am ~. north 20 45' west 716.2 ,set to cos- There mawrbe a return game " No. 4 of s&~d lode; thence north ~ome time in the future at Green- 39 18' west 1490.5 feet to corner No. vqle, but there ts fl~y'et nottiing def- 3 of Antarctic lode; thence south ]nits concernin~ the ~/'atter 46 45' west 400 feet to corner No. " [2, Attic Quartz claim.; thence north - I~ 00' we'~t 1000 feet to corner No. [ Caps and Gowns '3, ,zaid Artic Quartz Claim; thenee l The graduating class of 1941 will ' |;orth 46 45' east 600 feet to corner -^ a^w- in the histor-, of Green No 4, sa:d Artie Quartz Claim; ~'~ '~" " ~ . ""thence south 49 00' east 2015.2 feet rills Hig:~ School as the first mass to corns- No 5 Antarctic lode; to adopt the traditional caps and the,ce south 20' 45' eas: g16 2 feet gowns for their commencement, i to the point of begmning. Adjoin- schedules formerly for December 7, *: charge. ] Last;' Mistress Pat," "Wind in the I tree in the center, and flanked by This committee, which consists o s e,l a dozen or more small trees. The Will w . Adv nturesof Reml. ze has been postponed until a later of M~T Toscani, chairman; Edithland many o~ers. [smaller trees are uniform In si , date Two reels of film, entitled "The ~ Maddalena and Louise St~hrero, was [ .------- [and when the lights are turned on appointed by the student council. I Annual Work Begun > ]at night the effect is very pleasing. ------ [ The pnblicatio~s class doesn't [ ' -~ ' NOTICE TO CREDITORS Jane ~,i~,~. ,'~/pCr~f~l Upon [ intend to be caught in the last rain- ] :Mr. and Mrs. Orby Ware an~ fit- In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the Jane Yakel, a senior of the Green- ] ute rush to finish the annual this |tie daughter left Monday for Minn- County of Plumas. ville Itigh SchooT, is in the West-]year. Tl~ey are preparing to start|esota, where they will spen~" a In the matter of the Estate of wood hospital, where she success-[~o work immediately after the couple of months visiting relatives. ~IENRY F, SWANSON, Deceased NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the unders!gned administratrix of the Estate of Henry F. Swanson, wage earner's dollar goes* deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims age:nat the said deceased, that within six months after the first publication of this notice, they either file them with the necessary vouchers in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of the State ef California, In and for the County ,~f Plumas, or exhibit them with the n~cessary vouchers to said admin- istratrix at the law office of M. C. Kerr, Quincy, California, which :aid office the undersigned selects] a~ his principal place of business! for all matters pertaining to said; estate of Henry F. Swanson, de-i ceased. Dater, November 14th, 1940. ALICE aCES, Administratrix of the Estate of HemT F. Swanson, deceased. Previous to tl~s "rime, the girls 'ng,claims are the Indian Valley M. C. KERR, Quartz Mine, M. S. No.2279, Sum- Attorney for said Administrator. wore fo~r~al dresses anise boys nit Quartz Mine, M. S. No. 1022, Pub. NoV 14-21-28; Dec. 5-12. were dressed in dark suits. While both owned by G. W. Blood: Hibcr-| ----~ the past graduation exercises have nian Quartz Mine, M. S. No. 2357, I LEGAL AI)VERTISEMENT been effective, i~.s ~ought that in Pacific and Atlantic lodes, M. S. No.I United States Department of the wearing t'iYese new costumes, riv- Tr terior---General Land Office M. A.! al~, On the score of clothes will I~e No 033361, District Land Office eliminated. Sacramento, California, November A repre entatlve of the California 26, 1940. Notice is hereby given ~2ap and Gown company called at ing ela:ms. Antarctic lode conflicts that the Indian Valley Mining Co the school December 5th to display lwtth sa~d Atlantic lode; Hibernia: a eorporat!on, by G. L. Johnson, its Fraction lode conflicts with saidvice-president and agent, of Green- his fine Of caps and g~n~ to the]pacific lode and also with said villc, Plumes County, California, senior class Through practically a Croesus and H~bernian Extension[ ha. made application for patent to unanimous decision, the class ac- LN - 1 lodes. The said conflicting' the~. Penn Quartz, North End, High i ,~ areas hereinabove mentioned are ?G~ade Extension Western Star and ceptea ~nem xt is erpec~e~ ~na~ " " h" li .~ 'de m nin claims ,express|y exem~e~ ~rom t m app -[ outhern Star lo ~ i g,; cney wm ma.~e a more mgm~eu cation Location and amended lo-{survey number 6242 in Sees. 11 and and lm~re.~s~ve ceremony at less ex- cation notices are recorded inthe ~ 14 T 26 N R. 9 E M. D. M in pease to'~,~e st~l~l~g. County Rccorder's office of the sa~d the Greenvqle Mining District, Plu- County of Plumage, as follows: Artic i~as County, California, beginning Science Cla~ve~ Quartz Claim in eel. 6 of Quartz ~at corner No. 1, Penn Quartz, The science classes moved into the Claim~ at page 87; Antarctic in Vol. [ whence the corner of Sees. 11, 12, ~ience ~oom of the new buildtv~, 7 of Quartz Claims at page 318, ]13 and 14, T. 26 N R. 9 E M. D. "~ " ' ~ [amended in Vol. 22 of Quartz Claim~ [ l~y,bears north 58 36' 46" E immediately after Thanksg!ving ca- let page 36: Hibernia Fraction in ~:1,540.02 feet thence north 20 45' cation, although the workmen were IVol. 2] of Quartz Clahns at page [v,-c~t 899 feet to corner No. 2 of st;ll putting on the finishing 26, amended in ~v~ol. 22 of Quartz'sa'd lode identical with corner No. " ~ hile classes werebe]n- ~Claim~ at page 37. Ellis Purlee, il, North End llode; thence north 49 toucnes w / g t Register. [ west 707.9 feet to corner No. 2, said ~ . First Publication Nov. 28, 1940. [North End Lode; thence north 7 Last Pub. Jan. 23, 1941. ]30' east 1496.50 feet to corner No. [ * " 9 .~aidNorth End lode identical -rear '~ I[ |with corner No. 2, High Grade Ex- alnbow ~ ,~ ~~CR~I-T-OI~S'--]te~s*on lode; thence nortl~:O N35' I .i.~. ,l[ ' 130' east 1499.98 feet to co r T~I |[ In the Matter oithe Estate of]3, High Grade Extension lode; I IF~ I I I I I IJo~'N LEGAT Deceased I tl=ence south 49 east 770.60 feet to ~ M A ~.~A. ~ ' ~ " - fade Exten corner No 4 tIlgh G I I N6tiee is hereby given by the an-],o : I sion lode thence south 00 ~a- ou- I :P ton, Valif der:igned administratrix of the ] ; I ' I I Estate of John Le~at, Deceased, to |west 467.2 feet to corner :No. .~, ~orwtia~ N'a~" |lthe creditors of all persons having[Western Star lode; thence east ~,ke Re . he sai~ decedent to ]:1414 24 feet to cerner No. 4, said m, c~a~ms agalns~ t a ' " " hence south I For C.~lrlstm~s alld l[ file them, with the necessary vouch IWestern ~tar lose; I ~ II '-|000 35' 30" west 600 0 feet to corner I New Year s Ifers, witn,n mx men,as a~ter tan ~ I IIfirst publication of this notice, in ind 1, .said Western StarsLoOd:, I v* ~* ^ ~ * lithe office of the clerk of the Sups-[menucai w~tn corner ind ~:%~ ~^: I I I rids Court of the S~ate of Californio.[ ern St a.r,mue'/ ~nence south ~ -:i~ I l~o~,~h~,w'~ ~.Ilrl I1~ e nt of Plumas Iwest eu~.u reef to corner ~su. ~, I l]or to exhlbit them, with the neces-I~ utncrn .~ar. me.e, t~,unuu w. I ,-. ~ ~ I I -~- '*~i-" oix months~1307 94 feet to tne une between cor- I I-LIIOSI; J.vleBj8 I I ~al,y vou~=~,=~, w'~'" "" "," -- -" ~--rtz |,l|after the first publication of this [ners ~o.~ ano t~t ~;nn45~Ueast I ~" I[notlce to the said adminlstratrix at l' ?e: ~nence s ~"- 4 Penn I I ,~.~ ,~ ~ ~ r~ vz "r ~uin ~]~it~a~ reef to corner ~u , I Dancmg turd y Nlgh. Iley, California, the sands being the Quartz lode; the~ntc: cSOUnth?~:5130of .q lace of businessin all matters west 19600 f I to Popular Orchestra. |IP - ' 1-'~ o~ be~innin~, I I lconnec~ed with said estate of John ~,a 2~. v ,~ = r " I~l~ernian | o.^,~o o,d ~ ~, ~o~I tLegat Deceased Adjoining creams a e ~ jr# ~. I I~ "'- "" : " 1940 Quartz Mine M S. No. 235% owned I ~ ~ II Dates, ,~ovemoer J.~, ' ' ~tosplSa~ll;y I ICECII J.A M. CHAMBERLAIIW, by this claimant, Summit Quartz |[ Adminlstratrlx of the Estate of ~Ine M. S. tl~'zO~I~02e2.Op~irN~o?n:B~L I JEWELL C. ARNEST II #ohn Legat, Deceased. i ta~ea ~!uar . . ~ L~ " ~.' X~ I ~-~xr WWHRKn,~ JIM C Kerr, ana crown A-'oln$ ~,/uar~z ~*~m n I/ t orney for Admintstrat x, b eZW a 5 All the g g g p | Co-managers II Qu:ncy, Californta miningclalms McLellan Placer | ~ Puo. i~ov. 14-21-2~; ~ec. o-~z. " Mine unpatented mining claim owned by this claimant Penn Quartz lode conflicts with the S. E. % of the S. E. % of Sec. 11 and with the N. E. % of the N. E. % of GIFT WRAPPINGS GIFT FOR TBE ENTIRE FAMILY TOYS FOR ALL THE CHILDREN AT PRICES YOU OAN AFFORD TO PAY TR R LIG,WREATHS AND DF- 0RATIONS CHRISTMAS CARDS Sec. 14 T. 26 N R. 9 E M. D. M.; High Grade Extension lode con- flicts with said Crown Point lode M. S, No. 1023; Southern Star lode conflicts with the S. E. ~ of the S. E. % of Sec. 11, T. 26 N R. 9 E M. D. M: The said S. E. ~A of the S. E. % of Sec. 11 and the N. E. of the N. E. % of Sec. 14, said township above named are patent- ed. The said conflicting areas heretnabove mentioned are express- ly excluded from this application. Location and amended location no- tlces are recorded in the County Re- corder's office of the said County of Plumes, as follows: North End; original in Vol. 19 of Quartz ~lalms at Page 157, amended in Vol. 22 of Quartz Cla~ma at Page 39. High Grade Extension: in Vol. 22 of Quartz Claims at Page 38. West- ern Star: in Col. 22 of Quartz Claims at Page 42. Southern Star: in Vol. 22 of Quartz Claims at Page 41. Penn Quartz: in Vol. 22 of Quartz Claims at Page 40. The Southern Star lode conflicts w~th the Penn quartz lode of this sur- vey. Ellis Purlee Register. First Publication Nov. 28, 1940. Pub. Jan 23, 1941. *The cost of living data above was taken from the U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics survey ot: wage earner and low-salaried family disbursemente covering the period 1935-1939 in the thirty-three major cities. Tile SMALLEST II'EM it, tl e Family Bud! et i:; ' E LECTI~IC!TY' It is easy to take Electrioty for granted m the home. Through every hour of the day as dependable as the rising sun elec ic servants in the home are at work. Time, refrigerauon, vacuum sweeping, cooking, auto- matic hot water, radio by the hour, light, heat, wash- ing and lromng are some of the tems of their services. Yes, their services are used easily and abundantly be- cause they. are so convenient and cheap. @ Look at this list, showing how the wage earner's.dollar i.s disbursed every month. The smallest cost ttem, r ght at the bottom, is electricity. That bottom position has been GREENVILLE maintained for many years in California. Your electric rate, for example, has been cut lower and lower year after year. Since 1928, there have been six substantial cuts in the cost of electricity. Is there any other item in your family budget that have been so constandy made cheaper during this period? 22X-1240 Ill IIIJI