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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, May 20, 2015 3B 00ITAL STATISq'I .J k. ' OBITS, from page 2B Cross Catholic Church with burial next to his wife at the Shady Grove Cemetery in Portola. Donations in Robert's memory may be made to the Sierra Cascade Street Rodders car club at P.O. Box 801, Portola, CA 96122. Beverly J. Masson Beverly transitioned Friday, May 8, 2015. Her passing was as graceful as the life she lived. Beverly was born in Willits on Jan. 15, 1926. She found her way to Chester in 1957 to be near her parents, Harold and Dorothy Rogers, who founded Rogers Airfield. Throughout her life, she was dedicated to the service of others. She was involved in Women in Timber and PEO. Beverly also enjoyed being a Pink Lady, a member of the Red Hat Ladies and singing with the community choir. She stayed busy golfing, playing bridge, gardening and socializing with her many friends. Like her mother, Beverly enjoyed traveling. Her many destinations included Russia, Europe, Papua New Guinea, Alaska and Africa. She loved learning the culture and traditions and getting to know her fellow travelers. She is survived by her son Don Anderson; daughters Laura Wass and Becky Weatherson; daughter-in-law Sheila Masson; and grandchildren Rich and Becca Wass, Dustin and Kaegan Masson, and Travis and Cole Weatherson. Beverly also had six great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents; brother Don Rogers; and son Gordon Masson. Services were held at the Chester Cemetery on Thursday, May 14. Cherished by family and friends, Beverly will be dearly missed. MARRIAGE LICENSES May 1 Rachel Leigh Kussow and Ryan Kelcey Bauer, both of Quincy. Ralph Leonard Bateman and Maryanne Kay Williams, both of Sacramento. May 6 Kim Denise Strong and Jounda Orvella Strong, both of Reno. May 7 Morgan Victoria Neubacher of Wyandotte, ; Michigan and Marc Alan Buchko of Brownstown Township, Michigan. May 12 Amy Jean Kirby and Eric Todd Goodson, both of Greenville. May 13 Mallory Amanda Spiersch of Ponder, Texas and Tyler Ray Smith, of Justin, Texas. May 14 Brandon Kyle Kieser and Leah Amareto Husong, both of Grand Junction, Colorado. ,May 15 ....... "' john Marcus Euiott and Amber Marie DiGuilio, both of Roseville. , Topsoil & Manure .... 12 yards, delivered* $350 , Manure 0nly ........... 12 yards, delivered* $350 - Screened and Processed - SAND & GRAVEL AVAILABLE Call (530)257-4506 *Susanville area, call for outlying areas. See what we're about- First session is FREE! All 9 sessions with Membership & Supplies... 898 Calvary Capel Quincy, 2335 E Main St, Quincy, CA Contact: Linda Whir at (530) 283-4463 June 2, 2015 - July 28, 2015 6:30pm - 7:30pm Thomas Del Baccaro Candidate to speak at Longboards Tom Del Baccaro, a candidate for the United States Senate, will be speaking for the May 28 meeting of Plumas County Republican Women at Longboards Bar and Grill in Blairsden. The business meeting starts at 11 a.m. with luncheon at noon followed by the speaker. Reservations are $20. To reserve a seat, contact Liz Holston at 836-4428 by Monday, May 25, or come to hear speaker only. The public is welcome to attend to hear this outstanding speaker who is a past chairman of the California Republican Party, columnist, frequent talk radio guest, and author of his second book, The Divided Era, which will be available for purchase and autographs. 00roughtto you by: Dr. Gregory Sawyer, DDS THE TOOTH AND NOTHING BUT THE TOOTH DENTAL HEALTH ALERT! it has come to my attention recently that there is a serious con- cern over one ingredient currently found in most Crest brand toothpastes, specifically the Crest 3D and Crest Pro-Health lines, t personally have been using these products since their inception and noticed a granular feel to them in my mouth. Out of curiosity, I looked closely at it and saw tiny blue flecks that had a gritty feel when I rubbed the paste between my fingers. I con- tinued using it, thinking they were just flavor crystals or something of that sort. Well, as it turns out they are particles of PLASTIC! More specifically, high density polyethylene microbeads (think plastic bottles, grocery bags). Late in 2014 a hygienist discovered these particles lodged under some of her patients' gums. She then investigated further and found out what it was and where it came from. Procter and Gamble has admitted to using this in their toothpastes "for decorative purposes only" and, due to public outcry, has agreed to phase it out by 2016. Until then, don't let these das- tardly foreign bodies get stuck under your gums to harbor bacteria and cause inflammation! Family Dentistry and Orthodontics 2034 E. Main St., Quincy, Ca 95971 (530) 283-2811 You are Invited! Meet Tom Del Beccaro, Candidate for U.S. Senate 2016 Friday, May 29, 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm Graeagle Meadows Golf Course Clubhouse FREE TO THE PUBLIC No Host Bar Hosted by Plumas County Republican Central Committee RSVP (530) 836-1234 f,,/,,,,. .................................................................. ,,%,%,! ,_ i Purchase his new book at the i meeting andhe " ..... will sign it! / %,, .................................................................. ,.f Lassen Parl to, celebrate past blast Miriam S. Cody "eruption celebration," through the devastated area staff Writer " featuring USGS scientists at 10 a.m. Another USGS mcody@plumasnews.com and other special guests, presentation follows, then The day's agenda (May 22) an opportunity to visit May 22 marks the 100-year also boasts a "Volcano LVNP's Discovery Center anniversary of the violent Discoveries" program, near Manzanita Lake - and and devastating 1915 eruption commemorations, learn about volcanic eruption of Mount Lassen. and evening campfire time activity through exhibits Lassen Volcanic National with geologists as the day, and children's activities. Park was established a little comes to a close. In the evening, spend over a year later, Aug. 9, But just because the sun more time around the fire 1915. goes down doesn't mean the chatting with the experts, or LVNP staff and scientists party's over. "Starry view the night sky once from the United States Geological Survey invite the public to visit the park on its centennial weekend, where special events will be held throughout each day. USGS will give presentations on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Scientists will go over the highlights of Lassen's 1915 eruptions and describe the peak's role in volcano research. Friday kicks off the centennial celebration at 12:30 p.m. with a USGS lecture, at the park's Loomis Museum, followed by an Nights" starts at 9:30 p.m. in the devastated parking area. This is a chance for park guests to star gaze with a ranger and an astronomer. While most of the weekend's events are in the visitors center, guests can explore the outdoors as they travel between the Manzanita Lake Amphitheater and the park's Discovery Center, not to mention the interesting and educational Sulphur Works. On Saturday, the day of celebration begins with a USGS scientist-led walk again with a professional on the subject of stars. Sunday's schedule includes another tour of the devastated area, or guests can attend "Sulphur Works Wonders," an event where scientists and staff explain the magic of the park's Sulphur Works hydrothermal area. Another Sulphur Works presentation is available on Monday at 10 a.m. For more information, go to nps.gov/lavo/ centennial, Or call the visitor's center at (530) 595-4480. Stay Cool! FREE Giants Cooler with your insurance quote... Call me today! Insurance - Travel Membership Jennifer Lewis Insurance Agent Lic #0G94962 252-5012 Fax 257-2394 email: jennifer.lewis2@goAAA.com 2920 D Main St., Susanville CA i i.ii  .......... Check o,,,,  Out Our '': :  ' '' :'' PLUMASNEWS.COM II OUNTRY KIDS LEARN,SHAR, LAUGH, GROW (530) 284-7303 95 Alder St:, Crescent Mills, Ca Lic #325406745 this new chapter in 530.283.9001 150 N. Millcreek Rd., Suite H, Quincy, CA 95971