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he time we installed our I first telephone we made this pledge--to provide fine service at the lowest cost. In 1956, as dudng the years before, we will con- tlnue to try to make your telephone even more val-  ble to you. We think it appropriate and timely to express our thanks For the many evidences of good will that it has been our privilege to enjoy. FOREST LODGE RESORT Earl and Helen Pedersen May you receive in the New Year every blessin which you so. richly deserve. FEATHER RIVER GAS COMPANY Mr. an(f Mrs. J. M. Campbell STA00Elrr OF POLICY FEA00R DISTRICT HOSPITAL Greenville, Plumas County, California in order to avoid subsequent confusion, the Board of Dtrector, and Manage- ment of te Feather PAverDistrIct Hospital, believe that a statement of the financial policy under which it must operate, should be made to the public. The 40-hour, 5-day week  employees in an institution which must operate 24 hours a day, 7 clays a week, presents an operation expensive to maintain. This is particularly true in a small hospital, which must furnish many of the same expensive services as a larger hospital, but without the latter' addi- li0na] revenue. The operating expenses of t hital, including salaries, represent current obligations which must be met promptly, and therefore it will not be finan- dally feasible to extend credit to anyone for hospital services. One of the best methods of meeting th costs of hspitalisation is participation in some tonn of hospital/ation insurme. It is wise to study the different plans care- fully before selecting the oe best suited for your needs, since there is a wide variance in benefits offered by tl"varlous companies. Of course, no insurance policy pays all of the hospital bill, and it will there- fore be necessary to make a cash deposit to cover this deficit, at the time of admittance to the hospital. This wUl range from about $15.00 to $100.00 de- pending upon the nature of the patient's illness and the type of insurance under which he or she is protected, The other alternative for takin care o the cost of hospitalization is the finan- cial ability to assume this obligation, Our goal is to give the people of the communitlv the finest medical care con- sistent with our facilities, and to maintain an operation that will he econom- ically sound. Your cooperation will do much to make this project a success. In many" instancs, such as pregnancies, removal of tonsils and other elective surgery, it will be possible  the patimt to plan well in advance for the costs such cost may present a pi'oblem, it would be would contact the Hospital Administrator as far in advance as order that m mutually safl_siciorlv financial plan may be out. Ask/or it by name! GREENVILLE DRUG STORE Carl Furrer, owner Phone 86-M-2 - P.O. Bldq. THE P I T Mary and Rudy P r't r JJJJU00 IDA E. "BILLIE" HOGAN ' " Looking toward the future.., may the years be peaceful, above oH else, and filled with happiness and prosperity for each of you. MURRAY INSURANCE AGENCY Quincy- Vadney Greenville - Bob Westwood Bill