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Reporter 7 .. f Elmore celebrated her lOOth birthday in style with family in Quincy Saturday. resident was born in Nebraska, later attended teacher's college, and spent teaching children. To add to the festivities, a longtime friend, who couldn't reservations to attend the celebration, sent leis from Hawaii. Photos by Victoria Metcalf Martha DelRe went through a family album Ida Elmore at festivities Saturday Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds. www.plumasbank.com www.plumasbank.com www.plumasbank.com www.plumasbank.com www.plumasbank.com Tiller~Cultivator Free Edger Klt- $35 Value [on units In stock) Purge - pump carburetor ensures reliable starting Commerclal grade - 2 cycle engine Long lasting preclslon - worm gear transmission 507 Bell Lane, Quincy 283-2226 Wednesday, March 14, 2001 ':~B 'i" ~!i! Over the years, Ida Elmere has watched as her family has grown. One of the more recent additions is two- year-old Abby Ball, who was on hand to charm members of her family. Virginia Ball, the daughter of Ida Elmore, cut and served the cake with the assistance of grandson John Ball, of Quincy. Bali has followed in her moth- er's footsteps and Is a Iongtime teacher at Quincy Elementary School. She al- so helped organiz the cel- ebration, hadinking the invitations, a memory book- let, and painting picture of her mother as child. Grandson Chris Ball, fight, and relatives Sue and Bill Burell examined book of memo- rias as they en- Joyed here d'oouvlres be- fore the roast beef dinner was served. It was big occa- zion fer all those present as they wished the lO0-year. old Quincy res, Ident well. Effective with the week beginning Monday 3/5/2001, the Susanville Social Security Office will be open Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. The office is NO LONGER CLOSED ON WEDNESDAYS. I Illlllll IN I III Ernest Ramirez (Service Rep.), Robert Simon (Service Rep.), Samantha Tapia (Customer Service Rep.), Tammy Tyler (Health Care Clinician), Tisha Roberts (Center Manager), Allen Wilkerson (Service Rep.). O 0 The Caring Choice Susanville's Premier Respirator Company The dedicated staff of LINCARE is here to meet your Oxygen and Respiratory needs. If you are not happy with your current Oxygen Provider and would like to become a part of the Lincare Family call: 257-7513 or 1-888-257-7513 I.dkSSEN, PLUMAS MODOC & COUNTIES 1545 Paul Bunyan Rd., Ste #A Susanville t