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Boost Beautiful Plum. County Thursday, GREENVILLE INN ] AND PIONEER CLUB! COCKTAIL LOUNGE Danc00 Every Saturday and Sundav Week Nights and Parties on Request MaYbe a Date to SpenJ your Fun-Time Witl, Us BILL R. BAXTER, Your Host MINORS NOT ALLOWED IN THE BAR i at the 'C jc, s oL-Eonwoo U :.: FEATURING ! CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS i ..= i i i ! | ! also CHICKEH DINNERS and SEA FOOD DINNERS "It's the Choice Spot of Greenville" :. J/ira ewiJ, toue /,oJteJJ IIIIIIIItSIIIIIHIIIItll t I$111ellllllJlllllll l Jlllllnllllllllllllllllllllll I llllllllll I lINIIII II Illll I llJll Ilelllll111$18llllll IIlll 181  S l III I lift I I Is I ! I I l l e I S l n i l| oilI i i 1 l i s 11 s s o el l i i S|l ill o i i s ill 11 s ii i s i s|l el J i i l iU t iii l i I I ifl II J I s i i i Sill IS I I 11 S| I I 11 S I Ill S i . -" = i | E iron i i i i PRII00G clone quickly - expertly, efficiently The Printers of Plumas i In the Heart of the Feather River Wonderland GBEENVILL CALIFORNIA The Chester Proqressive The Indian Valley Record Covering Northern Plumas ALSO HANDLE-- i ,! i ! J E ! [ i i S J ! g i i ::'. PUBLISHERS OF-- i i ! | 1  wr. i i i i ! ! TYPEWRITER RIBBONS AND CLEANER .= Paper in Quantiti.--Either Plain or Printed :" BOOKEEEPING SUPPLIES . RLtBER STAMPS, PADS, INK" | BLANK BOOKS - RULED FORMS "LEGAL BLANKS - 8ESTAUBANT GUEST CHECKS - SALES BOOKS - ETC. ................. -. Delight 'the Family With Coffee Cakes (See recipes below) Hot Breads Are Delicious Whether you serve yeast breads br hot quick breads, they lend them- selves graciously to winter menus. The varieties for both are number- less, and you can take your choice of spicy or fruit ones. Hot breads are hearty foods, but they're welcome at this season both from the point of eating and the comfortable air which fills the kitchen when we make them. They have a staying quality, too, which satisfies winter-sharpened appetites. We start the parade off with a colorful cranberry coffee ring which can be put together in a wink of time. Cranberry Coffee Ring. (Serves 12) 1 cups sifted Sour cup sugar 2 teaspoons baking powder teaspoon salt 1 egg cup milk 3 tablespoons melted shortening Cranberry orange toppil Sift flour, sugar, baking powder and salt together. Beat egg, add milk and shortening. Stir into dry ingredients, mixing only enough to moisten them. Spread topping even- |y over bottom of greased ring mold. Pour batter over topping. Bake in a moderately hot (425 degree) oven for 25 minutes. Cranberry orange topping: Mix together 3 tablespoons melted but- ter with 1 teaspoon grated orange rind, cup sugar and 1 cups of whole cranberries. Do you want to do something spe. cial for break- fast or for lunch box sandwiches? There's nothing better than this flavorful brown sugar butter. milk bread: *Butterscotch Bread. 2 eggs 2 cups brown sugar 2 tablespoons melted ahortening 4 cups flour I teaspoons soda 1 teaspoon baking powder teaspoon salt 2 cups sour or buttermilk 1 cup chopped walnut meats Beat eggs, add sugar and shorten- Ing and beat well together. Sift flour, soda and baking powder to- gether with salt and add to egg mix- ture, alternately with milk. Blend in nuts. Pour into greased loaf pans and bake in a moderate oven (350 degrees) for 45 minutes. There's nothing so nice for a spe- cial breakfast, dinner or luncheon gs a sugar-saving cinnamon roll recipe. When it's baked and glis- tening golden brown, frost it until it looks lacy with a powdered sugar snd milk icing if you want it to be especially glamorous. Cinnamon Roils. (Makes 3 dozen) | cup milk 2 cakes yeast 9 cup extra-sweet, white corn syrup 2 teaspoons salt 3 tablespoons shortening teaspoon nutmeg teaspoon lemon or vanilla extract 1 egg, beaten 4 cups sifted flour LYNN SAYS: Use These Handy Tips For Easier Homemaking White scum on sauerkraut Is a yeast growth. It can be controlled by means of proper covering and weights on the kraut to prevent ex. "00'v'vvvgv"'vvv'" i ADYE 1Tl S E posure to air. o o te can give your I The clothes moth pays no allen. pri;ng that modern- !yOgl me.haaAiu tton to the calendar, especially in istc torch so popular in a it will Sell! ! warm homes, and it's0 menace to wool, fur,, and feathers the year present Cy advertising AAAAAAAAAtAAtAAAA4aAA IlUilHWIHIlUtmlUIllilliIHIIIUlIIIlll i arotl/d. Air clothes often and have them mothvroofed. l LYNN CHAMBERS' MENU Broiled Salmon with Lemon Wedges Slivered Carrots and Peas Celery Sticks *Butterscotch Bread Grapefruit Salad Lemon, Chiffon Pie Beverage *Recipe given. Heat milk to scalding; cool to lukewarm; add yeast and let stand 5 minutes to soften. Cream together the extra-sweet corn syrup, salt, shortening, nutmeg and extract. Add egg and beat thoroughly. Add milk mixture and flour alternately. mixing until smooth after each addi- tion. Cover and let rise until doubled in bulk. Knead lightly on floured surface. Let dough rest 15 minutes. Roll V4 inch thick, sprinkle with cin- namon sugar and raisins, as de- sired. Roll as for jelly roll and slice with a sharp knife. Place in / " greased cake pan. Let rise until doubled in bulk. Bake in a hot oven (400 de- grees) about 20 minutes. It you like coffee cake made in fancy shapes, you'll like the follow- ing, which is just as festive and tasty as possible. Figure Eight Coffee Cake. {Makes 3 cakes) 2 packages yeast cup lukewarm water I cup milk cup sugar 2 teaspoons salt 2 eggs, beaten I teaspoon grated lemon rind cup melted shortening 5 cups aifted flour Cinnamon sugar Soften yeast in lukewarm water. Scald milk. Add sugar and salt. Cool to lukewarm. Add 2 cups flour. Mix well. Add softened yeost, eggs and lemon rind. Bent well. Add shortening. Mix well. Add more flour to make a soft dough. Turn out on lightly floured board and knead until satiny. Place in greased bowl, cover and let rise until doubled in bulk. Punch down. Use one-third of dough to make a coffee cake. Cover remaining two-thirds and place in refrigerator to use for coffee cake or rolls. Let dough which you have left out rest for 10 to 15 minutes. R011 into a rectangle sheet about 18 inches long and 8 inches wide. Spread with melted butter and sprinkle with cin. namon sugar Roll up as for jelly roll and seal at the edges. Place on greased baking sheet and shape into a figure eight, then seal ends at intersection. With scissors, cut slanted gashes in top of roll 2 to 3 inches apart. Fold back points of cuts to show cinnamon layers. Let rise until doubled in bulk. Bake coffee cake in a moderate oven (350 degrees) for 25 to 30 min- utes. Frost with confectioners' su- gar icing after baking and cooling slightly, if desired. Any type of fruit filling may be used with the above coffee cake: , Raisins. either alone or with ,i chopped apples, prunes, figs. nuts. [ apricots, peaches and pears, or diced, candied fruit. Released by Western Newspaper Union, The keynote of lighting is "light in the eyes is glare; light on what you're looking at is good lllumina. tion." A pound of cheddar or American cheese which is made from whole milk contains the protein and fat of about 1 gallon of milk. The average kitchen needs five knives: One small paring knife, two slightly larger knives for paring, slicing and dressing poultry, a knife for cutting breads and cakes, and a knife for the bigger cutting Jobs like carving. FARMS AND RANCHES Poultry Ranch. 20 ac. Good water well, " rm. house. County rd. Fruntg. Box ;Z?, Frzler Mr. Park. Calif. TURKEY & poultry, 40 a. mt ranch with or without equip. $5,000 handles. Box 6, FraJer Park, Calif. ANTELOPE Valley ranch, 160 A. Beaut. place. 0,000, terms. CH-S7039 or H. G, Hess, 2121 N. Valley St., Burbank, Calif. 560A. CLOVER ranch, 800 to 1,000 head of stock pastured all Summer. Good value for $275 per acre. Fred 4Dottl 118 Poplar Ave., Modesto, Calif. 180 MT. RANCI, new 3 bd. rm. house, modern. 43 miles from Fresno, or 400 A. d grazing land. Owner, Box 51, Oak- rt, Calif. FOR SALE or trade 80 ac. farm nr. Springfield. 5 rm. residence, 3 rm. ton- ant house. Plenty outbldgs., with elec., 2 wells, 2 spring fed ponds. 15 ac. bottom land. Nr. small town. Write E. It. Holland, Mansfield, Missouri. C'TJRY--S;()RE, going business. 5 room furnished house, some acreage, irria- tlon, near school, on good o1 road. See me fr fttrther information, location, price and terms. Warn Real Estate, 13tl Ynba tt., ldding, Calif. Phone 1831-W. 50 ACRES ALMONDS, 9 acres walnuts, all bearing and irrigated. 4 acres psture. 8 room house. Equipment to handle crops. New ehiclCen house. Fruit trees. 7 miles east of Red Bluff. A. L. SimouCt, I.P.D. :No. 1, ][ted Bluff, Calif. Price $55,000. 23 ACRES pnultry and dairy ranch. Going concern. New barn, new 2-unit Surge milker, new brooder hse., 2,800 turkey cap. Modern 5-rm. hse., bath, shower, press, system., butane equip. Good herd, reg. Ho]s. bull. Immed. possess. JOIIN A. KAIBUROFF Rte. 1, Box 328 __._ CHOWCHHLA, ]if. RANCHES--HOMES ALAMEDA, SANTA CLARA. SONOMA COUNTIES 152 acres stock ranch---$P5:000 AA1 Dairy Ranch. Fine Bldp. 78 acres. Southern slope vegetable land nnd stock ranch.Very fine bldgs. View. $26,500. E. 13. HEDGES Centervnle, Call/. : REAL ESTATE--MISC, q SAN FERNANDO VALLEY. Nice 3 bed- rovan house, $14,750. Terms. Owner, IL G. Hess, 2121 N. Valley St., Burbank, __ C4Uf. Charleston 6039. EN(INITAS. Nice view bldg. lots In avo- cados. Ft. $500; e-z tms. Ch. view close in. 132x145. Del Mar 407-R Write Box 405 SolatO neath, Cal. No. l--Garage---repair and storage. ----..hm00. sq. ft. floor space. 7-rm. ]No. 2--Choice chicken ranchs. Farm, orchard and rmv-crop land, In Yolo, Solano and Sac. counties. FORT SUTTER REALTY 26.4 J Street, Saeremento, Calif. Phone 2-6923. POULTRY, CHICKS & EQUIP. ISfM. deliv, baby and started ehleks. PuIl- orum tested. PTE'.SON HATCHEIY, Tcrr Bla. CTifi."nia. TWO NEW MASTF, R Electric Incubators. 768 eaT),eity each, one Hatcher priced to sell quie'.. B. Gifford's Runeh, 1232 Williams St., San Jose 12, Calif. IEW HAMPSHIRI, ,VHITt LGtIOR-N--& BARRED ROCK BABY CHICKS & STARTED CHICKS. Order now for Janu- ary & February delivery. Chicks shipped anywhere. 20 years' experience produoing quality chicls. California U. S. Pullorum controlled. McDonald Hatchery Rt. 1, Gerber, Calif. Ph. Gerber 6-T-5. PETALUMA HATCHERY EstabUshed, Owned and Operated 8laee 190 by L. V. L-'urk Hatching every week. 4A White Leghornt New Hampshires, Barred Plymouth Rocks. Ahso Broad Breasted Bronze turkey poults, ducklings and goslings In season. Infor- mation on request. PETALUMA HATCHEHY /BOX 15W, Petalmaza, Calif. PHOTOGR&PHI r PHO'J[ItAPHY PhotoFaplm, old prints and tintypes ex- pertly copied and reproduced in any ale. Charges mt reuormblt Write for erit todtv-- IARL V.  PHOTOGRAPm OD. SlS W. Utb 8TR. LOS KNG]$I 16, c&LnItNIA SEEDS, PLANTS, ETC. ROCKHILL, everbearing, inspected straw- berry plants, wholesale or retail. Write for literature. L. n. IAehteathaler, Day- ton, Oregon. OAK ROOT FUNGUS ItSISTA1WI Roofling Trees Retail and Wholesale W. J. TOOMEY Rt. , Box S35A Hmddsburg, Calif. iTRAWBERRY PLANTS for sale. Varieties, Aroma, Klondike, Blakemore, Missionary, Dunlap at $5.00 per M. progressive Ever- bearing $8.00. Vernon Lsekey, McDon- ald, Tenn. HAY, GRAIN, FEED FOR SALE30 tona No. 1 baled alfalfa hay at $40 per ton. See nr write Joe liveh- Itte. 4, ]BOX 149, TuIre, (dL., ml. east of Tula2 on Ispltal Rd. HELP WANTED--MEN Experienced MOLDERS COREMAKERS Needed at Once EARN $75 A WEEK FOR 5 NINE HOUR DAYS SHIlr 7 A. M.-4::30 P. M. F_,XCELLENT WORKING COND. APPLY TODAY GENERAL METALS CORP. 701 105TH AVE., OAKLAND After 5 p. m. Call LAkehrst 2-316S Phone SWeetwood 0130. FARM MACHINERY Holland ers. Reasonable. Good Box M Calif. MI NEW FROZEN food locker Good business. Sonoma P. O. Box 290 anta Rosu MIXERS, concrete and cubic feet capacity, Ilams IDompgny, 30 Call/. TWinoaks 3690. ARTHRITIS? If you suffer pains of arthritis and : help you. Results guar. Products, BOX 981, Butano - Propane - Tanks, Heaters, Eisetrolux Refr5 If lt'a foe LPO We Have Retail. Butane Ltd., 18{)4 S. Los Angeles 15, California. CAIN HOISTS. SPUR and 15' foot liIts. NEW. PLUS PROPERTY'. Save Only $110 & $120, Co., ]32 E. 9, Los BARGES Many sizes and clubs, buLiheads, hulls leit; very cheap. te, Uon Company, Pier 5, ter 3933. SALE Ray Oil Burner, used, 7, 2 HP., 220-60-3. Enterprise Oil Burner 20-30 G H P, 1 HP dition. E. W. iIeLellan Colma, San Francisco 25, WESTCRAFT LEADERS IN THE ALL ALUMINUM. See ing. Oakland Traler 12th St., Oakland. FOR SALE--Van Norman Lathes. Model 3P,3, rpects. These lathes are mediate delivery. Circular request. Please contact Machine Works, 435 Santa go., Calif. Phone LUMBER MILL---10,000 t steel welded single mandrel. Will swing riage 5'x:l', 36" three bladge, oonveyor, 12 t San Leandro. HEIDT EQUIP3IENT 6 - 13th St., Oalland, HOI 1 TON, YALE & CHAIN HOIST, TYPE. BRAND ]NEW, (WORTH TWICE THAT). promptly shipped. SURPLUS :1045 Millbreok Ave. Tanks for Iuel, water steel, aluminum, fibre bet. Also for feed and g,llon to 700 gallons. 75 $5, in plywood ease bet tani in plywood case water, $25. S!)ecial quantity US your needs. Complete T tanks and other govcrnmcnt gains available. QUINN'5 87S Walker Ave. MUSICAL IA''AIIAN GUITAR, new List of late arrangeme Ggden Publications, land 1. Calif. PIRSONAI, You can entertain with aloe 10c. Jack Baldt The hit, Oshkosh, Wise. BUSINESS & 19 UNIT AI. house in location, fine Income. mond, walnut, citrus fruit come property. Blenda Vista Terrace San FOR SALE IN CLARA Modern Hatchery, two neat all stucco tion, well erating at near last year. Will have or more to go home, 4 room proof air merit. For information other poultry farms write VINSON C. A. 64 North 12th Street Phone District Wanted COMPLETE LINE Hospitalization, & ] and Accident tng first day to INSTRUCTION TECHNICAL BOOKS, on automobiles, pla ties, radio, architecture, foundry, diesel, carpentry. Others. Infor. free, Specify subj. interested in. Edwards, 3"..4 N. 18t Quincy, Ill. WANTED TO BUY Benefits. TOP C Write, Qualifying Ieadquarters for Rabbit Skins. Top prices paid all yr. Mail order solicited. H. R. Greene, P. O. Box 133, Van Nuys, Calif. Interviews Will Arranged. World Co. A61 Market San Francisco 5, Here it h! LIFETi MONEY BACK IN 10 DAYS IF NOT SATISFIED coMPLETE 6 Knv 6 For.r SET OF 6 Table 30 PIECES 12 At l,t you can have fur set of sturdy, tableware as eetured. 8et with all the pieces lndivzdual table Beautifully designed, S a talnle., andard Ie -- n rnpli- mnt to aay table. t A limited eunvv. Order today. lhped psid immediately UpOn receipt ef check or mone eqk.r. MIDWEST Box 1092, Omaht Anchor Rugs ' Igma11 unanchond rugs are /he cause of many falls In the home. Anchor them with nonslip rug pads. Need More 9 Famflks with ever $5,000 consume fourths as much milg