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Reporter Wednesday, May 23, 2001 ~B Luanne Savercool of Chester, Dance Club in Richmond. She 1988-1992. During the Gulf War A trust has been established zations, where she was a mem- Wilma Hartley of Sacramento, loved to attend yard sales, as he was with the Second Ar- and donation may be made to her of the Quincy Rebekah ft m page 38 and Adella Phillips of Wood- well as baking cookies, mored Division. He was a grad- the Bacon Trust Account, c/o Lodge, Soroptimist Internation- her church, inville; sister, Lottie Alan of Jennie is survive l by heruate of Fort Rucker, Alabama. Plumas Bank, 120 N. Pine, Por- al of Quincy, Plumas Lodge No. her husband, Spearfish, Wash.; 19 grandchil- son, Gary Hays of Suisun; sis- He atter}ded Sierra College in tola, CA 96122, Acct, No. 246 Order of Easter Star, in the foun- dren; 28 great-grandchildren; ter, Vivian Draper of Victor, Auburn and Truckee Meadows 128052870. Plumas Pioneer Parlor 21 Na- of Our and one great-great-grandson. Mont.; and brothers, Bob Shaw College in Reno. tire Daughters of the Golden )hurch in A celebration of her life was of Ukiah, and Don Shaw of For the past four years Brett Helen EIi West and was wining to serve Lght Sun- held Saturday, May 19, at the Boise, Idaho. had been a rancher on the DS Helen Elizabeth Hall-I.awry, as a pianist for any group in ,Served as the super- Chester Community United Visitations were held Tues- Ranch in Vinton. 94, died Wednesday, May 16, need. She enjoyed stamp col- School, was Methodist Church. Interment day, May 22. Funeral services He enjoyed his family, 2001, at SunBridge Nursingand lecting and gardening. of Our Savior's followed in the Chester District will be held at Bryan-Braker friends, hunting, fishing, hors- Rehabilitation in Quincy. She was preceded in death by Missionary Cemetery. Funeral Home Wednesd.ay, es and cars. She was born April 26, 1907, her husband, George, in 1974; served as sec- The family requests any do- May 23, at 10 a.m. Burial will Brett was preceded in death in Campbell, and had been a and sister, Mary Conklin. church's districtnations in her memory be made take place Thursday, May24in by his grandfather, John life long resident ofQuincy. Helen is survived by her LUtheran Women'sto the Ladies Auxiliary ofMeadow Valley at 1 p.m. Mohler. Helen had worked for the nephews, John Lawry of Aria- !League. Seneca Health Care District, Donations in her memory He is survived by his wife, Postal Service as a clerk in the helm, and Robert Lawry of as a longtime c/o Fehrman Mortuary and may be made to Northbay Kathy; children, Blaine and Quincy office for over 45 years. Quincy; and nieces, Colleen the Area Agency Crematory, P.O. Box 803, Alzheimer's Resource Center, Bridgett of Vlnton; parents, She served as the Sacramento Erie of Sparks, Nev., and Debra instrumental Greenville, CA 95947. 1000 Nut Tree Rd., Vacaville, Ray and Sue Manning of Porto- Bee's news correspondent for Hileman of Wright, Wyo. funding for the CA 9,5687. la and Richard Bacon, Jr. of many years. Following cremation, a cele- Graeagle; brothers, Brian Ba- She was an avid historian bration of her life will be held Center. She Jennie Elizabeth Hays member of Jennie Elizabeth Hays, 86, Aihjn con of Chico, and Steven Bacon and well respected for her ex- at the Fehrman Mortuary PTA and held nu- died May 18, 2001, at her home Brett Allyn Bacon, 31, died of Spokane, Wa.; sister, Teri pertise in the history of Plumas Chapel in Quincy at 11 a.m., throughout in Suisun. May 14, 2001, in an automobile Lynn Bacon of Portola; step- County and the surrounding ar- Thursday, May 31. was also a past She was born Feb. 2, 1915, in accident on Highway 70 east of brother, Toni Manning of Red eas. She was a longtime mere- Inurnment will take place in )er of the Junction City, Kan., and had Beckwourth. Bluff; and grandparents, bet of both the Plumas County the Old Quincy Cemetery. lived in Meadow Valley for 20 He was born Feb. 1, 1970, in Richard, Sr. and Maxine Bacon Historical Society and theThe family requests any do- in death by years. Stockton, and had been a resi- of Clio and Margaret Mohler of Butte County Historical Soci- nations in her memory be made Everett, in 1976;Jennie was a homemaker fordent of Vinton. Redding. ety. to the Plumas County Museum, Jean Bell, in 52 years. She also assisted her Brett moved to Portola in Funeral services were held Helen served as a trustee for c/o Fehrman Mortuary and husband in his business for a 1972. He was a graduate of Per- May 17 at the Vinton Grange. the Plumas County Museum Crematory, P.O. Box 53, Quirt- Survived by her number of years, tola High School. Burialwas in Whispering Pines and the Quincy Town Hall The- cy, CA 95971. of Red Bluff, andShe was a member of the After graduation, he entered Cemetery with full military ater. She was very active in the daughters, Rancho Wranglers Square the U.S. Army, serving from honors, community's fraternal organi- See Vltals, page 6B INDIAN VALLEY HEALTH CARE DISTRICT Indian Vailey's Only 24 Hour Health Care Provider "A public entity reflecting community pride." 184 Hot Springs Road Greenville, CA 95947 284-7191 RadioShack. PARTS 283-1362 is our business" 85 W. Main SL Quincy 283-2350 Mon.- FrL 8 am- 6 pm Hoses Rm s Sat. 8 am - 5 pm Carqu ngs Winter Hours: lw/ey For/m ts 8 am - 5 pm Men. - Sat. 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