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/&apos;age leo.r  Febru;ry 0, 194 ' .....  Taylorsville Rebekah 15 YEARS hG0 FREE NYLONS install efficer ) SLF %Ve,CS E %O  SATURDAY & SUNDAY The Sportsmen's Club Chester, California ,llllel j’s|Q||Iej|*|||’|i,!u4- I i ONCmG i Quincy Propane Productsi " i UNDER i NOW i j i I NEW MANAGEMENTi AMy Rowlett, sole owner i! lLet.’ee,mlle#.m.ell,lsmmlJ,,JJls,i.,...|||| I| ..|1* ,.,|l.|..|.||..|..,.|l|ell0e|.H|.l;|l|eol||01.|ll.,la|t|;l| n ||1. H||. |llNN|n|nl||lunt ,..ee|||||l|6||J||t |l|n|la|lalnlle|l|l,||ll||l||mletoel.,e|l||l|o||l,,,||n,l|u|u|’lleu  i Jewelry and Watch i Repairing i OUR SPECIALTY! : . ! EYE-GLASS FRAMES REPAIRED D.B. $1MP$0H, JEWELS, i Greenville * Plums County * Ccd2ovnia ; I I I | #l | I# | 11 01 #l DRINK i OA.CE i AND HAVE YOUR EVENING FUN i AT," CHRIS ZUNINO'S i 00Teat£er 00iver 00tot Sprlnp i ON HIGHWAY 24 BETWEEN .PAXTON AND TWAIN At the January meeting of the Taylorsville Rebekah Lodge 301, District Deputy President Della Herring and her marshall, Donna Dolphin, installed the following: May Olds, past noble grand;, Ruth Stead, n(ble grand; Gertrude Williams, treasurer; Gussie Boy- den, secretary; Timey Cooke, left supporter to vice grand; Alice Williams, warden; Henrietta Fisher conductor, and F. E. Boy- € den, musician. Due to the unavoidable absence of the remaining members, the other officers were installed at the February meeting, as follows: Barbara Saltys, vice grand; Donna Dolphin, right supporter noble grand and Mildred Wilson, left supporter noble grand. It was voted by the members that they would sponsor a dance to be held in April at the Grange Hall in Taylorsville, and elaborate plans for a good time on that oe- casion are now in the making. ,4 TWO DOES--TWO WARDENS-- TOO BADLAMENTS S. P. RAILROAD SECTION HEAD B. W. Vaughn, section foreman for Southern Pacific at Horse Lake, near Wendell, Calif., was arrested Tuesday, February 18, by Game Wardens Paul Kehrer of Greenville and Booth of $us- anville, and hailed into court on a charge of possession of two does. The case will be heard in the Justice Court at Ravendale on . Tuesday, February 26. 1 i NEW ARRIVALS-- Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Brown of Crescent Mills are proud parents of a baby girl, born January 31 at Quincy, and named Elda Nadiene. That the completion of the Feather River Hiway at an early date is possible, is the prime ob- jective of the newly organized Plumas County Chamber of Com- merce, was the principal topic of discussion at the Indian Valley Lions Club Tuesday night. LEAP YEAR BALL With growing interest in the Leap Year dance, to be given by the newly organized Taylorsviile Fire Department, ticket sales dur- ing the week have been brisk, re- ports Robert S. Cooke "of Taylors- ville, treasurer of the fire dept. and chairman of ticket sales. The date set is Saturday, Feb. 27. NEW HOMES IN CHESTER Contractors this week com- menced work on a new $5000 res- idence being built by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Isbell on their homcsite on Sierra Way. Mr. and Mrs. James Blake have announced also that construction has started on a new home for them. WARDLOWS GET MARRIED Mr. and Mrs. Glenn (Gloomy} Wardlow returned to Greenville last Thursday following their marriage in Reno on February 10. DEER FED ALFALFA HAY Salted alfalfa was fed to 500 deer along the line of the W. P. near Portola. It was necessary to use salt as otherwise the hay would "smell like a man" and deer would not touch it, hungry as they were after being snowed in for several weeks..__ NOW NAMED PONDEROSA By reason of the fact that western yellow pine has so many names it is in danger of losing its identity, the national forest de- partment has renamed it "Pon- derosa Pine." Where Cissy Spent  Her Honeymoon Moot of the young newlyweds in our town spend their honeymoon at Roundston. Lake or Jackson Falls; why the Martins even went u far as New York City. But when Clssy Cupper married the you4 Carter boy, they al- lowed ss how they were going to spend their honeymoon right here. wfbere's no place better than our town,  Cissy says. "And I'd like to start mrried life at home. with things Bud and I are used to.  Mak sense, come to think of it. Folks naturally left them alone; and except for ocasional visits to the Garden Tavern for a glass of beer, they stayed ut home, getting used to married bliss. My missus prefers traveling--- aml that's her right. But from where I sit, there's no plac. better for a honeymoon-or ascend honeymoon--than right at home--- with your own possessions, good home cooking, and a friendly glass of beer or two-with the best com- panion in the world. CopTri&ht, 1947, United States Brewers Foundation SNOWFALL 'WAY BELOW NORMAL, IS REPORT : Paul Kehrer, who does quite a DINING ROOM CLOSED ON MONDAYS bit of gemng around most ay , day except Wednesday--and who "" ........ '""""'"'"'"'",',,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,-,,-,, ............ ,,,-,,,,,,,,, ........ ,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,-,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1 can't always be depended on to be Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll at Rotary then--reports there is m   virtually no snow within reason- at - b " • i  • ale driving dstance except up at m pIr' k : BUCk'S Lake. There, he states • .:,dlJ 111_ • where the normal should be about t 111  6 to 8 feet, there is now only six •  v. K-- IIMFlli. i to eight inches ! i/I/| -- -- i  • Care ; l 9 JEWELRY : /  ,._ : o . • //   1 q.)g ll'l • I PI : ]< J\\; [Jd/-81V|JJ/- : anbreakable crystals : / .J;"\\; \\; --'------ ...... ," to fit any watch i\\; \\; Inn' • * I \\; +/ \\; ""--T"RING Jewelry and Watch : .x .,-.j-- , ,. : REPAIRING • " ;;. I ." w- r • | All Work Guaranteed ': 00lnner00anclng :' . = : Just East of the New El • I • Moseley & Grenke Store • EVERY SATURDAY , • . II GREENVILLE, CALIFORNIA , AND SUNDAY NITE + , ..... • ..i II •  7 p.m, unl midatte I L__ + - "IT& YI • , • g ID IIJl t : Week Day :ii; i . |I " • ..: :.++ • e BANQUETS and PARTIES i .... ;1 ! &P.. [ By Reservctfion" : =' I I € .m " I, Minimum, for Klng]e Pmmonger, n s  . ,, , , Reasonable Out-of-town Rates • DpeclCllZlng in ' • p • hone • DELICIOUS SEA FOOD . STEAK ,= and + SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN 3-M-2 e DINNERS AT $2 00 THE CASINO CLUB m Greenville, California Music and Entertainment by SERVICE CAB CO. : ELENORE WITH HER SOLID FOUR z.,aab, U-Ho s.:. El IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllIIIiilIIIIIIIIHIII I , Notice of Non-ResponsibiliW Greenville, Calif. February 9 1947 Having assumed operation of SCOTT'S BOARDING HOUSE as of the above date, notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern that I will not be responsible for any debts or obligations contracted for or in behalf of the above stated institution on or before this date. (F27p) MP, S. JOHN WALLNER ] i Notice of dNon-Responsibility Greenville, Calif. Having taken over operation of the restaurant on the premises of The Cub Cafe and Bar, notice is: hereby given to all whom it may concern that I will not be respon-, sible for any debts or obligations contracted for or on behalf of said restaurant prior to the date of February 1, 1947. WALTER CAMP (F2Op) II Notice of Non-ResponsLbi'ly i Greenville, Calif. February 3, 1947 r Having sold our business, known as "Tam's Coffee Shop" on the above date, notice is here-, by given to all whom it may con- I cern that we will not be respon- sible for any debts or obligations contracted bY or in behalf of said business on or after that date. G.T. BLANKENSHIP (F20p) LUELLA BLANKENSHIP Notice of Non-Responsibility Greenville, Calif. February 3, 1947 Having purchased the name and busin:ess of the establishment known as "Tam's Coffee Shop" as of the above date, notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern I will not be responsible for any debts or obligations con- tracted in behalf of said business prior to that date. W. R. LIVINGSTON (F20p) THE CHESTER af the Young People's Fellowship. .,f the Chester Chapel on Sunday, and Mrs. Cavdell will be in charge Sunday School--9:45 a.m. Morning worship--ll a.m. Y.P.S.---6:30 p.m. Evening service--7:30 p.m. In the  CnURCHNOTES aa '. CHESTER CHAPEL I RevR'eaDuleOi Bwiei;cfhi'llPtah':ulpit ADV. DEPT kke Publlsh+d Once Weekly Every Thursday Night mmond-elus  riv applied for at the ist-offi4s at Cketor, Calltornla, unaor Act of Cefrms of M&rck 8, 1879 THELMA A. JOHNSON Owner and Publisher E. NORMAN JOHNSON Editor and Manager C'llfled advertislns 2 cot per word, minimum §0 ntP--tbre , :msue for the price o! two. Display advg. minimum $1 per /ssue. R. R. WATCH INSPECTOR Poweg's Jewelry Store Phone 194 - Quincy, Calif. I For Complete I Automotive I Service I BRING YOUR CAR TO US I We'll take better care of your carl ,.ooe e e it • e e e • @ e 95 • • • • • . • • • . i s " BONDS • • • • • • . .:. • • • • : Indian Valley Bank • - • Commercial and 8Mvlnp • • • • GBEENVILL CAIJ. • e seeeeeesee.eeeeeeeeoeeee PROGRESSIVE • (,Phllpo FOR SALE -- 5-year-old pi horse; gentle; broken for 1 ing. See Leroy Trusty, Tayl ]I ville.  gK' FOUND -- Red cocker s : PAY] pup. Female. Owner can  LIC same by paying for this ad.  Potts, Greenville. WANTED -- Good ker :llvil] reading lamp; preferablYf student lamp. Advise Box  Advertiser, , The Record. PAN0 FOR SALE--$0--I bRy Valley Grange. See Jim Y  T aylorsvill-e ............ F | POp Q Volume 16Number 48 Thursday, February 20, 1947 . --/g;ua-;; 0, ' See • " eenv + ", Service, Ph. 22-M-5 Greenvm , ....... E el RE phone 55--2, Greenville.  e8o i I ,.. ,oo,I TWO WEEKS DELIVIiI ! L H. ti) LCTROLL | ON NW .NVIL VACUUM CLEANIg ! -'-,,,, Am PURmmRS+ uM] +ORml Pre-War Price $69.75 complete ;i t*t  Lo (Time Payments Avail@ le)i t at 7::+ "Nv I t Write W. R. FoLKI OTi Susanville Call ,,,,,B FOR SALE -- 5 used auto r,al ! W.',: also used record player I  ers inet See George Bartole ! lte Blatchley's Carpenter ShOP il?ad 3,€ I. the W'N:efe e d :. also saddle horse. Write WI Ba, Susanville, :I fornia. +J ta Radio and Heater I E. T Runs like new I lAU I 1940 HUDSON coUYm I ...... ;%p+tχ,tes and._. ! '" Many Other Accessori .. Many Other Access°::+ p MI I 193+ Fo'. TO J .. Only 3000 Miles on NeW r (I M Oileson NeW 7J,. ............ ."Otl%...:" Pans 1941 PACA]D "120" 0+1 cell ' '1|"||| Ex ent ConditioB IN Priced to Sell IA N • 1938 LaSALLE COL Radio and Heater as( D, ra Excellent B C°nditi°i ARL JESSE M. CI'E'  ':,,,,,: I FLIGHT I : L P • PANTS :I '0. r Army .surplus. u.: .mt suer , farmers, cat. drivers, ++e "'o*' I $3.95 and $4.95  • ! : OWSTmRN Lu₯O svr"  Notice of Non-Res: i Gr_eenvill_e, i February 9, m in S('Fr'S" !G: as of the above dat.+, hereby given tol WhO +1:, concern-that I will not _,/, ' tion on or after this date (F27p) GLA/gYS  County of Plumas, untimeLY8 : name - and style ()f "SW*il ship are James G. GrO.sSf; ou Names _ ,$ . JAES ;!:: Subscribed and sworn t%f before me this 16th day January, 1947. ELECTA LA Notary the State of First publication Jan. Last publication Feb, o FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Administration Building Project Paul W. White, Pastor Sunday Schoot--10:3d a.m. Church Services--ll:30 a.m. Young Peoples Met--6:30 p.m. O ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC Rcv. M. V. Myles, Priest Mass on Sunday at 8.30 a.m. the first Sunday of each month; all other Sundays at 10:30 a.m. Catechism every Wednesday afternoon at 3:30. Devotions every Wednesday evening during Lent at 7:30 p.m. BETHANY ASSEMBLY (ASSEMBLIES OF GOD) Rev. V. D. Kelly, Pastor Sunday School 10 a.m.. Morn- iag Worship 11 a.m.' Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m. Young People Service 7:30 p.m. Tuesday evening. Thursday service, 7:30 p.m. O COMMUNITY - METHODIST Rev. Thomas Miller, Minister Morning worship 11 a.m. Topic: "Varieties in Discipleship." Sunday School 9:45 a.m.--Class- es for all ages. M Y F at 6:30 p.m.--Geraldine Harpole, president. I ...... , I ..... KEYS Appliance Repairs Service Calls Made Washinq Machine & HARVEY'S FIT SHOP (Rear Quincy Hardware) Phone 419-J P.O. Box 561 BRONZE MEMORIAL GRAVE MARKERS AMBULANCE SERVICE FLOWERS Manes FuneM Home Phone 75-M-2 Greenville W00TCm. v00o, vs JEWELRY