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2B Wednesday, April 4,200! Bulletin, Progressive, Record, li Progres II Ruben "Rick" Shaw Ruben "Rick" Shaw died of lung cancer March 19, 2001, in Loomis. He was born in Quin- cy. Rick was considered one of the best trades- men in the lumber busi- ness. He loved to help anyone in need. All who knew him will sadly miss him. He is survived by his wife of 23 years, Linda Shaw; chil- dren, Christian, Susanne, Shannon and Jennifer; broth- er, Frank Shaw; and four grandchildren. Friends and family gathered at the home of Michael and Lorna Strautman to share their memories of a man who touched their lives so deeply. Dorothy Darrow Fritts Dorothy Darrow Fritts, 84, died March 25, 2001, at Eisen- hower Memorial Hospital in Rancho Mirage. She was born May 12, 1916, in Los Angeles, to Stanley Par- row and Clarrisa Louise Mal- son. She had been a resident of Lake Almanor for the past 20 years, spending her winters in Rancho Mirage. In 1948, she married Paul G. Fritts in Las Vegas, Nev. She worked as a teacher for Continued from page 1B cle at the scene of the accident and give his name, address, etc. to the involved parties. He is required to report the acci- dent to the nearest law en- forcement agency. Recognizing and treating hypothermla Hypothermia occurs when the core body temperature drops below normal. It can be c#h~d byekhosiffr:e oto~wirRi important-to prevent further cqlfl-~vater orsevere weather: heat loss: Handling~thepatient btrt:tlot necessarily freezing gently, get him out of the wind temperatures. Improper or inadequate clothing and alcohol consump- tion are the most common causes. To prevent hypothermia, keep: warm and dry, avoid over-exertion, carry wind pro- tection gear, protect the head, face and ears from wet and cold, avoid drinking cold wa- ter if hypothermic conditions exist, take ~requent rest breaks and carry a supply of high en- ergy, simple sugar food and drink items, such as hot choco- late and candy bars. The first signs of mild hy- pothermia are shivering, rigid muscles, fatigue and/or numb- ness. Moderate hypothermia is and weather. Remove the patient's wet and cold clothing whenever possible. Add heat to the envi- ronment and/or surround him with body heat, which is effec- tively transferred through di- rect skin-to-skin contact. Mhke sure to insulate the pa- tient from the ground. Clothe him in dry insulation or cloth- ing, paying special attention to the face and head. If the patient can eat and drink, give warm drinks of tea or soup, but no alcohol. Feed the patient food containing simple sugars. If the rescuer is certain the patient is not breathing and no pulse is felt for one minute, CPR should be performed. Get the satisfaction of building your own home, or subcontract the project out. We supply all the building materials. I I ~ation is cot Highw ~cy an ..... : ~:Je. The lVolved We would like to eXkloes n our sincere appreciati t. In Bernardino. Cassidy joins Blade, 8, and Tabitha, 1, at home. Lee Limond of Redding. Geneva Masters, of Antioch, is the great-great-grandmoth- er. the San Ramon Unified SchoolAutumn Rose Sherman District for 20 years. Autumn Rose Sherman was Dorothy was a member of born to Mike and Tonic Sher- the P.E.O. and a member of the man, of Quincy, March 22, Episcopal Church. 2001, at 4:13 p.~. at Plumas Bryant Anthony Camp She is survived by her hus- District Hospital in Quincy. Bryant Anthony Camp was Kevin Tyler M,~rd and his family at this til band, Paul Fritts, of Rancho The new arrival weighed 8born to Tony and Laura Camp, Kevin Tyler McCord was our loss. Iville, Mirage and Lake Almanor; pounds, 8 ounces and was 22of Santa Cruz, March 26, 2001, born to Krystal Fetter, of Por- A special heartfelt t~r inj sons, Dennis D. Fritts of Brent- inches long. at 2:52 p.m. at Sutter Maternity tola, March 23, 2001, at 2:50ou to en tw, Y : wood, and Gary A. Fritts of Maternal grandparents areHospital in Santa Cruz. p.m. at Plumas District Hospi- Quincy Elks Lodge No. 1~1)n aa, Rescue; daughters, Dianne A. Merv and Vivian Hansen of The new arrival weighed 8tal in Quincy. Plumas Masonic Lodge 1~. Carbine of Concord, and Debo- Quincy. pounds, 1 ounce and was 20 The new arrival weighed 6 ~. - "]a d California Highway rankly:,, rah A. Boe of Silverdale, Paternal grandparents are incheslong, pounds, 2 ounces. Reverend and Mrs. LarrY,%e, Wash.; sister, Margaret Engle Allen Sherman of San Diego,Maternal grandparents are Maternal grandparents are ter, First Congregat?d:. at King of New Mexico; 10 grand- and Connie and Bob Pilking-Terry and Jennie Wilson of Gall and Kevin McCord. Church, Oroville ~t m t] children; and six great-grand- ton of Rock Island, m. Granite Bay. ~ Church of Jesus Christ ~yr~a children. Great-grandparents are Paternal grandparents are ter-daySaints--Quincy. l, Visitations were held Thurs- Mary Lee Garrison of Colum-Donald and Anita Camp of . ~ ~e, w Plumas Chapter No. z,m ~ b day, March 29, at the Fitzhen- bus Junction, Iowa, and Molly Quincy. The family of Stanley Dol-of Eastern Star ~nt:r~ ry Funeral Home Palm Desert Sosa of Quincy. phin would like to thank their The sororities of Beta ~. Chapel. Graveside services Autumn joins sisters Noah Jovian Hacdee many friends, and family who tl She Plli "treet Kyle and Eliza Hardee of made Stanley s passing a little Plumas District Hospita~ . were held Friday, March 30, at Stephanie and Jasmine at Redding welcomed a boy, Noah easier. To the emergency room . -son t Santa Barbara Cemetery, 901 home. Channel Dr., Santa Barbara. Jordan, March 27, 2001. Born staff, Steve, Cliff, Nancy and unteers Street Rambow Girls I Cassidy Madelyne Dyer at Mercy Medical Center in the doctors for all their help" c pus, The Baker in Quin y _ign ~.^, Cassidy Madelyne Dyer was Redding, the baby weighed 8and caring for him. Also, PlumasCountySheriffsF2s ~,~ born to Kevin and Debi Dyer, pounds, 15.4 ounces and mea- thanks to his doctor and nurs- William Dean of Newbury Park, March 19, suered 21 inches long. ' es who took care of him while Round Table Pizza, and (~ on s uarter others too numerous to . Blake Mclntosh 2001, at home. Maternal grandparents are he was in the hospital, or dan tion. William Dean Blake McIn- The new arrival weighed 9Bob and Pam Greene of Thanks to family and He was a very special l~w~' .,~ tosh was born to William andpounds, 12 ounces and was 21- Cromberg. friends who sent cards, flow- and it helps to know h~7.(."~ Jennifer McIntosh, of 1/4incheslong. Paternal grandparents areers, food and all their kind nve loved by so many. -rr - =~ est Greenville, March 19, 2001, at Maternal grandparents areBrad and Teresa Gry of Blairs- words. It will never be forgot- Joy, lmV~n,., 2:28 a.m. at Plumas District Linda Wilder of Quincy, and den, and Jim and Lea Hardeeten.' ~v~~ ~ue Hospital in Quincy. David and Maryann Wilder of of Quincy. Donna Dolphin, Wenay esday, The new arrival weighed 7 Tujunga. Great-grandparents include Wilma Underwood, ~n Hi~ pounds, 5 ounces. Paternal grandparents are Gayle Gray of Santa Rosa, Don Nicki Jones and family, n Eagl Paternal grandparents are . Carole Dyer of San Bernardi- and Pat Masters of Auburn, Clinton Underwood Visit our Web Sky T. Wayne and Pebble McIntosh, no, and Ed and-Jane Dyer of Agnes Hardee of Marysville, and family, .lie, w of Greenville. Grizzly Flats. Leo Faussone of Quincy, Hazel Tami Williamson and www.p[umasrlews.0,----- Great-grandparents are Great-grandparents are Glo- Greene of Concord and Ed and family Arth and Ruth Deal of Cres- ria Van Doren of Mission cent Mills; and Kenneth and Hills, Harold and Marian Fay Whitson of Manassas, Va. Schmalz of Mauston, Wis., William joins Sydney-Lyn Dean and Jean Wilder of Syl- Rachell McIntosh, 2, at home. mar, and Cecil Bellah of San ::~ :~.: identified with a lack of coor- ~I~ER~ ~ ~ dination, slurring and slowing Caring f~r frostbite of speech, poor judgment, im- Frostbite, the freezing of - ~" "%L: --~ ~ ...... ~ ~h fi I~rl~ paired memory and loss of some part of the body, results a~'i~jj~r/war [,o~o~1;~ap$'~ ~. :lriving awareness, from exposure, not necessarily ore ser .... :-. :, ~, Serving ion vic Hypothermia is severe when prolonged, to subfreezing tem- ~VNL~ ; D~. ~ ~ m ~~. Lassen ~ ~ that ,. the victim becomes uncon- peratures (usually below 10 de- .@ Head Stones -:. Granite ~r Plums ~nd ch scious, has a slow pulse and grees Fahrenheit). ~l~umecm Oan~ CounUes ,t const respiration, and has dilated Frostbite can be recognized Engraving ~ 'ver ap pupils, by discolored skin (chalky Changes in heart rhythm white, yellow-gray or gray), ~m~ur~d~.~/.owe~: Pr~- can occur, or the heart may numb and insensitive body cease to function, in extreme parts,.and prickling and itch- 2 57-6705 hypothermia, ing. 472-200 DIAMOND CREST RD, SUSANVILLE To treat hypothermia, it is Ears, face and extremities are most susceptible. To treat frostbite, immerse the affected part in warm wa- ter (as would be run for a hot bath). Continue treatment un- Moni~ til the area has softened. ~ille, If warm water is not avail- ms of able and the hands or fingers are frostbitten, gently place them under the armpits or be- tween the thighs without squeezing or rubbing. 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