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February 11, 1950

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PROGRESSIVE :fl Notes . Would you like to have eggs--or bushels of po- Well, you, as a taxpayer The eggs are going rl the process of being held the prices up and the po- being dyed to be used I There are a fewl and part-time word&lt;era ] i Ountry who might make | Use of them--but no . . . start in a flash 77 this way with A Product of Id; rd of Californ(a" tmst thing to put- ga ew engine under e hood is putting Vron Supreme in € rank! For this great ad of clean-burning Solnes is climate tai- P to suit your local Wing conditions .. !aring you faster .Ck'uP... smoother lg... more pep.,. er aore milesX i). R. BURKE Ultation Agent CALIF. / I + I P/ SATD'Y, FEBRUARY 11, 1950 COUNTY FAIRS RATED AS NECESSARY EDUCATIONAL PROJECTS The no-profit district and coun- ty fairindustry ,of California took another progresive stride during the Western Fairs Asociation Col- lege meet in Palm Springs last week when ot was established that fairs now justified them- <elves as one of the necessary ed- ucational projects in California. Seven •ilion people looking at the newest and best in agriculture industry and entertainment at Calif,ornia fairs proved this by heiz' answers to public opinion polls conducted by the firm of inight and Parker of Los Ange- les. While this great volume of ;air visitors are not aware of it, they are unconsciously proving tbr the home and family groups all over the world that the mode something greatly to be desired Knight said. During a recent visit through- out the East at which time Knight contacted leading industrialists in Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Akron, New York, and ,other Cit- ies, it was learned that many man- ufacturers and those in scientific research are looking to California fairs for an opportunity to place before the people of the west their latest "right off the line" products. With the hope of attracting many exhibits of this nature to the Plumas County Fair Grounds, t a constructive program is plann- ed for this year to provide better facilities for housing of the ex- hibits. President Arthur Peters, oI Taylorsville, stated recently that the Plumas County Fair is rated by the Ssate ,officials as a definite educational force in the improve- ment of livestock and agricul- ture in this area. Give to the March of Dimes Drive! Editorial Notes BOND SALES INCREASE, ACCORDING TO COUNTY SAVINGS BOND CHAIRMAN Year-end sales figures of United States Savings Bonds show that Plumas Oounfy citizens purchased $198.901 worth of Series "E" gov- ernment bonds during 1949. The final sales tabulation for the year was released here today by Mr. D. N. Rodgers. of Quincy, volun- teer Savings Bond Chairman for the county. December 1949 "E" bond sales amounted to $12.318, for a gain ,of $1.33+0 over sales during the same month of the preceding year, and a gain of $2.962 over sales during November, the preceding month. Mr. Rodgers stated that the gains recorded during December reveal the continuing regard with which "E" bonds are held as a safe, profitable way to save Oor future wants or emergencies. "Four and a half years have now elapsed since the end of the war," the chairman continued, "and holdings of all Series of Sav- ings Bonds by individuals now to- tal about 48!,/_. billion dollars na- The original intention to dis- tribute the tax load by the varia- tion of tax levies may have been commendable---but now that we are no longer children, and have learned that the consumer even- tually pays all the taxes, wouldn't Congress be smart to eliminate a hundred or so of its wasteful methods and do all its collecting through a sales +at transaction tax which would have the ame eventual result;' MANES FUNERAL HOME Phone 75-M-2 Greenville Cal/torn/a • ,z Subscribe to Your Home-town Paper! THE BEST in PLUMAS COUNTY II WATER WELL DRILLING ANY SIZE OR DEPTH I IRRIGATION WELLS ARE OUR SPECIALTY I Write or Telephone 1 N.R. JESSEE Post Office Box 4 - ALMANOR -- Route 4, Box 224, Chico of life in this country of ours is ,--,,- BEAR '.,+ tionallv-more than at any time I during the war. 00,00Fr00wh I Mah "The bond holdings of the people CLUB om ere szt.., oe rs in our county continue to grow "----  each month and each year. The .] reserves accumulating in these • d , safest-of-all securities are increas- h H €! d Co pli ink in value at the rate of one- llLe - on e m mentll :hird in ten years. They earn the STILL SERVING highest rate of interest of any THOSE DELICIOUS o government security." The chairman also reported See where a bank in Denver is Stammerlngandothernervousdis. putting in left-handed checkbooks, orders often get their start that thatcaliforni!the 47showedCountieSan OfincreaseNOrthernin STEAK AND CHICKEN DINNERS They figure their southpaw depos- way wJthchildren. "E" bond sales of 1.42 per cent itors deserve just as much eonsid- From where I sit, if a man wants (luring 1949. Sales for the year DANCING FRIDAY - SATURDAY - SUNDAY NIGHTS eration as the right handers, to use his left hand--that's his amounted to $115,921.512 against Time was when it was believed business. It's not such a good idea 1948 sales of $114,277,805. Series to the music of that left-handed people had no to make anyone do things our way, "F" and "G" b,3nd sales accounted IRENE SHELTREN AND JACK FLEMING right to exist at all. If a youngster just because we think it's right, for $40,159,193 for an overall Nor- showed signs of using his left Personally, i think a mellow glass thern California sales figure for e- ................. .  - hand, his parents were supposed to of beer is the finest beverage on all series of U. S. Savings Bonds ||||11||||1|||11|||||1111|111||||||||||1||||1|1 break him of the habit--to force earth. If you happen to prefer a of $156,080.705 during 1949. • • him to use his right. Coke--why, go to it! Only leave me . gWhere to Find and Buy it in • • "lJ Chico But today most doctors will tell the same freedom of choice, won't • you that changing a child's natu- you? GALLOP EXPLAINS NSLI • causesral left-handedmore harmtendencYthanUSUallygood.   PERMANENT POLICIES B 1 Only one VCorld War II veteran • , out of four in Plumas county who ' Copyright, 1950, United States Brewers FuunJatlon has National Service Life Insur- • • m22:::.%.2#.tM%d ance in force has converted his . ENDICOTT'S SHEPHERD & GARRISON • • , I policy to one of the permanent ••,,Shoe s for the Entire Family" SPORTING GOODS • i plans of insurance, according to Record  C' J" Gallup' Veterans' Service II1 offer substantial advan- . •• Officer 9or Plumas County. i X-RAY FITTING General Sporting Equipment • • The permanent plan types of po"cy 118 W. 2nd St. Phone 587-W 130 W. 6th St. Phone 677 • MUSIC tages over term insurance, ,a,- , ..... • • lup said. For example, term poll- • • eies do not have the cash value. !N 0 T L E • nor do they carry extended or YS paid-up insurance provisions. In •Luggage and Leather Goods Cocktail Booths - Breaktast Settesl Sale addition, term policies must be re- • hewed every five years at a high-  [Manufacturers of • • er premium rate: I f • "It's something t, think about, B Y E G I F T S H O P P E DISTINCTIVE WNINGS •• I Venetian Blinds Cards tati e v Ceramics 11 i I Modern Winw Magic | 123 West Third Street I | Telephone 191 0 0 G with the dividend checks starting  m to arrive," Gallup observed, "I've  ______on_r, € noticed that when veterans take • r|cfll | Lnr , U|flbU A time to come in and discuss their " GIFTS122 WestlPORThirdALLstreetOCCASIONS- ChirP • •• 15'll,'VNbl'lll II  ,dlqk4iP B-ilNTl-II ll insurance, instead of just follow- [] ing the line of least resistance -. [] m  A ----" they can see the long-range value  [] I eenr to their dependents' security in  VALLEY MUSIC SHOP CHICO RADIO SHOP m =' switching over to a permanen • Janssen and Winter Pianos RADIOS AND RECORDS • O O O plan. Quite a few have already in- • • • dicated their intention tto apply  RCA-ViotoP Radio Phonograph Next Door to El Rey Tleatre • ,t, ______at _x '__ part ,af their dividend money to • Throuu. ,,urea oz reDruary i eonverting their insurance, and m m Corm - Pan-American 222 W. 2nd St. Phone 1982 • ,zT'rJrT'r '[', O1%TO T we.,., I datinK it back as far as possible • - Band Instruments Open till 9:00 P.M. • W_r2IL r- £%J.1. a.£.1| in order to get the lowest premium • Irate they can." _ql IB m iIrl]v ! I The 20-payment life policy is i 233 Broadway Phone 943 Yon. - Wed. - Fri. - Sat. • • .a lv e the most popular of the permanent  • • O O O I types of NSLI,order ofhe reported. Otherare: m " ANNA MOORE'S B E D F O R D'S •• types in popularity, = HATTATERIA Watches - Diamonds 30-payment Life, Ordinary Life, : Jewelry - Silverware • €" ell 2 I 20-year Endowment, Endowment Chico'= Only • reenu00lle00 age 60, and End, owment at age re.m.. Self Serving Millinery Store REPAIRING ••• =r--e I 14 • / Informational Literature on .-m 324 BrOadway Phone 2074-J 119 W. 3rd St. Chico, Cal. •• D 4,,d;,, ,,,,t,,4 M.,,,+,- Lo.+t00. .= INSLI is available at room 6, : • '%,a, , ..,ww ........ i ICourthouse, Quincy, Plumas Coun- rOLLINS CYCLERY i [tv Veterans' Service Office.  BELLE'S APPAREL SHOP • • • . s  . BICYCLES • • Telephone 82-M-2 Greenville, Ca]. , .. : LADLES' APPAREL • = ISUBSCRIBEyourTOhome.townTHE RECORD--paper! : REPAIRS - ACCESSORIES Foundation Garments • Specializing in Large Sizes • =_Support B 843 Main St. - On Hiway 99 Junior 9 to Size 52 • BE mnmmmmmUnlmmmmmmm= By Joy m m Phone Chio 443 136 W. 2nd St. Phone 625 • 1 iilSiii i+++ i_i PAINTS- WALLPAPERS • • ! +i+i ++ii iiiiii i STAPLES FOTO SHOP Deter=ents Disinfectants • • fotos, film, cameras, supplies Soaps Wood Preservatives 1 B 220 broadway telephone 910 TOPSOL COMPANY • ,+, .-. m WHEP TO FIND AND BUY IT IN • // ! + " • ..,.+  • , r  ,, , • 00om, M. MOORE 'p,c :i * : :::  Chewy - Olds - Cadillac We have what you want in •  .. w--  "The Best Place in Town HOME FURNISHINGS • to Buy a Car" Phone 200 Red Blur • +" - • '";:= .... By Dean Fisher -- •  ........ -- i Tehama Co. Dealer Ph. 166 WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY - / • ": I -_. -, % MINCH'S Household _ Hardware - Apph m APPLIANCE STORE ances and Auto Supplies "1 409 Walnut Red Bluf • General Electric Appliances • When in Red Bluff • Next. to Post Offiee and your car acts up - call 'on m_. Phone 145 Red Bluff • - - HARRIS MOTORS • Chrysler.Plymouth.OeSoto • RUBY LEE'S SADDLE SHOP Phone 712 Main & Union • • CUSTOM-MADE • SADDLES and ACtSSORIES THE CALIFORNIAN • Louie Ringlero, Saddle Maker STYLISH MEN'S WEAR • FREEMAN SHOES • 624 M Street ............ Red Bluff 651 Mai- • " Red Bluff l + • •Ill