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Reporter Wed .__r~__y, May 2, 2001 lomew, she was rec- for the long and her hus. Lrs, Robert R. With their the United in Chester, Hands, other local ter of the Ken- Groover and Marie Rein- Omew raised in San her father the Fire De- and ladder and her Francisco her future hus- ilor, at the friend dur- were mar- Day in 1943. fire service to Sunny- was active in years. anna- in 1960, Feather : camps. They Almanor 977, when Mr. retired from the Fire De- joined the Work she had 'Vale, Mrs. a job in the Elemen. and Chester High her husband, by her son, and of Boulder rs, Karen Park, of Ann her of sister, of died in Friday, United in Chester. the Chester the family to United P.O. Box CA 94915- Dobel, 85, 13,191 , in up in San to Fos- happy ranch in he en- in area. American 1982 as a the mar- He Corn- he was a for Sutro 2001, at Sierra Valley District Hospital in Loyalton. She was born Jan. 8, 1926, in Pitcairn, Pa. Frances had moved to Graeagle in 1998 with her hus- band, Frank. She worked as a reception- ist at Great Western Savings and Loan in Santa Rosa for 23 years, retiring in 1991. They moved to Sparks, Nev., for a few years before settling in Graeagle. Frances is survived by her husband of 55 years, Frank, of Graeagle; children, Timothy Lentine of Hanover, N.H., and Sandy Ruliffson of Moraga; and two grandchildren. Visitation took place April 26, with a Rosary taking place at 7 p.m. at the Manni Funeral Home in Portola. A Funeral Mass took place April 27, at Holy Family Catholic Church in Portola. Burial took place in Northern Nevada Veterans Cemetery, Fernley, Nev. lllmm ll Arlhur "Rmmcly" Johmmn, Sr. Randolph Arthur "Randy" Johnson, Sr., 79, died April 22, 2001, at Indian Valley Hospital in Greenville. He was born Feb. 16, 1922, in Winona, Minn., and had resided in Greenville for many years. Randy owned and operated Lake Alrnanor Monuments for 45 years. He was preceded in death by his wife, Marian Johnson; wife, Hazel Johnson, in 1999; and son, Randy Johnson, Jr., in 1998. Randy is survived by his daughters, Kathy Fehrrnan of Quincy, and Mariann Pedro of Santa Rosa; several grandchil- dren; and numerous step-chil- dren. Graveside funeral services were held April 30, in the Greenville Cemetery. Ruth Evelyn Affleck-Soto Ruth Evelyn Affleck-Soto died Monday, April 23, 2001. She was born.September 18, 1919, in Montana and was a resident of the Palos Verdes peninsula in southern Califor- nia since 1955. She was a member of the Teamster's Union, where she was a switchboard operator. She had a long career in the medical field as a receptionist and doctor's assistant in the 1960s, before eventually retir- ing as an industrial insur~ince secretary at Bay Shores Med- ical Group of Redondo Beach in 1993. Ruth enjoyed sewing, cro- chet and travel. She was a member of Holy Trinity Catholic Church of San Pedro. She was preceded in death by three husbands, C. M. Hag- bee in 1981, Allan Affleck in 1994 and Manuel Soto in 1995. Ruth is survived by her sons, Richard Affieck of Valle- jo, and Clarence Higbee, Jr. of San Diego; daughters, Deanna McLaughlin of Salt Lake City, Utah, and Alicia Higbee of Greenville; seven grandchil- dren; and four great-grand- children. Visitations were held Thursday, April 26, and the fu- neral service was conducted at 11 a.m. Friday, April 27. Both took place at McNer- ney's Mortuary Chapel in San Pedro. Burial followed at Green Hills Memorial Park in Rancho Palos Verdes. i.mey dmJ7 Slmplmm, Leroy Asbury Sheppard, Jr., 72, of Oroville, died April 24, 2001, at Oroville Hospital. He was born April 26, 1928, grandchildren. A funeral was held at Cal- vary Lutheran Church in Oroville Saturday, April 28. Burial took place at the New Auburn Cemetery in Auburn. Memorial contributions may be made to the Calvary Lutheran Church Children's Center in care of the Bidwell Chapel, 341 W. Third St., Chaco, CA 95928. ~ne laura Loni~ne Katherine Laura Longsine, 91, died April 28, 2001, at Sier- ra Valley District Hospital in Loyalton. She was born Feb. 25, 1910, in Woodruff, Kan., to Carl Harrison and Laurene Jessie Liggett Bickett. Katherine had been a resi- dent of Calpine. She graduated from high school in Woodruff, Kan. Katherine worked as a clerk at Morgan's Hardware in Mar- tinez for 20 years, from 1942- 1962. In 1943, the family began spending weekends and vaca- tion time at their property in Calpine, becoming full-time residents in 1968. She was a member of the Portola Senior Citizens, a founding member of the Calpine Elks Lodge, and was very involved with the Calpine Improvement Associ- ation. Katherine enjoyed handi- crafts, gardening and fishing. She was preceded in death by her husband, L.A. "Tiny" Longsine in 1980; and son, Lyle Longsine, in 1983. Katherine is survived by her daughter, Wanda Long- sine of Calpine; sister, Ida Rogers of Phillipsburg, Kan.; one granddaughter; four great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held May 1 in Whispering Pines Cemetery, Portola. Memorial donations may be made to the Tahoe Forest Hos- pice, P.O. Box 759, Truckee, CA 96160, or the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 4142, Quincy, CA 9597L~ .... ~ ~:(~ ~':~ ~' John Estrada died April 27, 2001. He was born Aug. 25, 1949, in Fresno. John owned a home in Mar- tin Ranch in Chester and was a frequent visitor. He enjoyed music and played the saxophone and blues harmonica. He had a black belt in Shotokan Karate. He also enjoyed fly fishing, race cars and gardening. He is survived by his wife, Robin; son, Grayson; step-dau- ther, Rebecca; his parents, Jose and Anna Estrada; of Coalinga; sisters, Sandra Estrada of Chaco, Peggy Shields of Santa Cruz; and a niece and nephew. Memorial services will be held Thursday, May 3, in Sacramento. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to St. Jude's Children's Hospital. Clndhla W ClaO,- lam= Cynthia Ann Clary-Adams, 50, died Thursday, April 26, 2001, at Vallejo Hospital. She was born Dec. 2, 1950, in Herlong, was a resident of Solano County for 47 years, and lived in Vallejo. Cynthia worked in the In- tensive Care Unit for Kaiser in Vallejo for two years and Oakland for 18 years. She is a descendent of the Taylors who founded Tay- lorSville in 1851. Cynthia enjoyed traveling worldwide, and was an avid and Jerome Thomas Rieck, E. Brenneman both of Lake Almanor. We would like to thank f~m~m~ Roann Hamilton March 2 Plumas District Hospital, Jody Lynn Basham and EMS, nursing staff, social ser- Sarena Reann Hamilton was Michael Patrick McNichols, vices, Dr. Price, Dr. Mclntyre born to Mike and Jessie both of Calpine. andDr. Nickel for the wonder- Hamilton, of Chester, April 18, March 9 ful care they gave Bill Jester 2001, at 10:58 a.m. at Seneca Hospital. Teresa Diana Forcino and during his illness. We would James Edward Johnson, also like to thank all the The new arrival weighed 7 both of Crescent Mills. friends and family for their pounds, 12 ounces and was 20 inches long. March 12 support. Thank you for the Stefanie Marie Tagudin and food and beautiful flowers Maternal grandparents are Joshua Michael W. Smith, that were received. You will Dave and Nancy Nashlund of Chester. both of Chester. not be forgotten for the kind- March 19 hess and love shown to us in Paternal grandparents are Mike and Dea Hamilton of Casey Lee McLaughlin and our timepfsorrow. Chester and Lisa Samaniego Matthew David Mouser, both Thank you. of Fresno. of Quincy. Patricla Jester, Sarena joins Andraya #tpdl 10 Teresa and Kerry Bellamy NicoleHamilton at home. Shellie Kay Posch and and Jester family Aaron Daniel McPherson, Bcy~ Houtman both of Quincy. To all the clients who've Zachary Bryce Houtman April ~-2 become friends over the years. was born to Rick and Cherise Dwana Faye Selanoff and Thank you for your patron- Foley Boaddus Weems, both of age. I will miss you! Houtman, of Chester, April 24, Portola. Jennifer Knight 2001, at 1:38 p.m. at Seneca Hospital. Al~il 16 The Salon Michelle Colleen Kaspian The new arrival weighed 7 and Calen James Cross, bothThe Quincy Volunteer pounds, and was 20 iches long. of Chico. Fire Rescue Squad responds Maternal grandparents are Kandra and Jerry Houtman ofApril 20 to various emergency calls in Anderson. Lee Ann Fullerton and Fred our local area. The calls vary The paternal grandparent isAlfred Dean, both of Chester. from vehicle accidents in the Feather River Canyon to med- Robert Coats of Westminister. ~..._., lcal emergencies in the Quin- ~~;'~:~:~v~ ~ cy and surrounding area. The ~ ~:i~: ,~ : ~: ~ : main objective of the fire res- ~~: ::-~%~:~ And think of him as livingcue squad is to administer February 1S in the hearts emergency medical care with- Donna Kathleen Wiggin of those he touched..,in our scope of practice and and Ronald Ray Matlock, for nothingloved assist the ambulance person- both of Chilcoot. is ever lost- nel. FoIxuKy 28 and he was loved Most of the time a Plumas June Glenda Bradstreet so much. See Cards, page 48 !r)eginning &, CI[JiJETlU SUIPPU|$ tlqe er, __ - _ AVAILAJU T DAYS , I AI~ PlJ .... MARKETSe one Day Only ' Sat., May 5, 2001 SHOP EARLY! Sale Hours 8 am 5 pm SHOP EARLY! FRESH, WHOLE FOSTER FARMS FRYERS. SOLD 4 PER BAG Ib BONELESS, SKINLESS FRYER BREAST SOLD IN THE BAG 10 LB. OR MORE ib BEEF NEW YORK SOLD IN THE BAG CUT WHILE YOU WATCH lb PORK SPARERIBS SOLD IN THE BAG 2 OR MOPE PER BAG EVERGREEN'S QUALITY TENNESSEE BLUE GRASS FRESH GROUND PORK SAUSAGE SOLD IN THE BAG 10 LB. OR MORE PER BAG ib , ,, ,, ,,, ,,L BBQ DELIGHT BEEF TRI TIP 5 - 6 TIU-TIPS PER BAG Peeled Tri-Tips (Meyer Natural Angus) .$4.99 lb ,. lb #2 B~on Ends & Pk~ (,~./~/~.~.,~ $1,09 Ib in Santa Paula to Leroy andskier. She is survived by her hus-Filet Mignon (Whole Tenderloins) .... .$8.59 lb S~ Grouml ~t4ms ~-~/o~.or,.~; . .$1.99 ~o Mary Sheppard. 1945, In 1946, Leroy enlisted !n band, Mark Ingrain Adams of Beef Top Sirloin (Sold whole in the beg), .$2.79 Ib Boneless Pork Sirloin (sold in the bag) .$1,65 lb San the Army Air Corps. While e~ Vallejo; step-daughter, Brit- 55 Plus tany Leigh Adams of Sum- S&L 31 Platter Bacon 05 lb, box) ...$2.29 lb Pork Chop Center Cut (Bone-in) ....$2.49 lb flY, Playing in French Morocco, Saudi merville, N.C.; parents, Mar- _ ,- ........... I~l~ ~"zles, music Arabia, Hawaii and Alaska. vin and Lorraine Clary of A ....... k~.t~.;e~ ~rtSman. He retired from the Air Force Vallejo; sisters. June Clary of [Pork Shoulder'Roast ,2 p~i~,)....$1.29 ,bl Ground Beef (,,% L~ |0ro.,mo~,..$l.29 lb his wife in 1966, as a telecommunica" Mt. Shasta, and Pamela Home '" FROM THE SE tions specialist .e later re of Vallejo; and numerous of Fre tired from Contel Corporation a,=t, and uncles Cynthia was preceded in Large Prawns (Aprox 2 5 lb bag) ..... $9.99 lb ShHmpmest Cooked & Peeled ..... $4.29 Ib [~rt"i)~bel of San in 1988. death by her brother, Richard Imitation Crabmeat ~;kes ........ $l.99 Ib Cooked and Peeled Prawns ........ $8.99 Ib - ,- oel of Red ~t~lle~;' ~l~.~ Dobel of Haarin 1950,in Savannah,he married BarbaraGa. A graveside funeral will be --LARGE SCALLOPS ........ .......$6.99 lb _L%~ot'~-," "m 10 grand" NationalLery was a member of theRifle Association, held Thursday, ,May 3, at I1 I ! ~l~bh,~'~rVice Will be American Legion and the a.m. atSt. Peters Chapelin cT E~;e. Weekend of Lutheran Church. Mare .land. He enjoyed woodworking Visitations will be held May and fishing. 2, from 4-T p.m., at Skyview ~ ~ ~l ~ VV,~,am. VMARKET8" Leroy is survived by his Funeral Chapel, 200 Rolling- daughters, Sandra methorn of wood Dr., V~ejo.. . . Highway 89, Greenville Across from Greenville High 284-7313 Evergreen, Colo., Linda ShoP- Burial will take ptace az ~' ?':~tlr:~i~pSrl~n;2n' pard of Chico, and Joyce Fer" Taylorsvflle Cemetery in Tay" ,,~r~y~to ~pp~, m~.~w~. ~. -_.t~_ .~~"~'~".o~.~oc~o.n~no.~,.,.,~_... guson of Susanville; and two lorsville at 1 p.m.