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!~$essive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, June 6, 2001 B| L kV~ iii; /L i ii .... Ui ~i~i~ ~ ili~i!i/~i i .... ta mm --7 EPDH in Portola. birds, flowers, painting, shop- :: i He was born May 16, 1927,ping and the bringing togeth- Ehrke in Laramie, Wyo. er of family and friends be- Wilson Ehrke, 97, Harold served in the U.S. came her greatest joy. She y evening, Navy during World War II. cherished her extensive ,2001, at SunBridge He retired to Portola in Madonna and Rosary collec- gand Rehabilitation 1989, after a 33-year career in tion. the beverage management She is smwived by her bus- 24, 1904, and gaming industry. He band, Robert B. Gallagber; Wis., and spent many years at the children, Jude of Port Huen- t of Quincy Palace Casino in Reno. He re- eme, Roberta of Lama Rico, 970s, moving there tired from the Mint Casino.Dennis of Rio Oso, Dianne of Ore. Harold belonged to DeMo- Modesto, Kelly of Ashburn, Was a devout Christ-lay as a youth He had been a Va., Patrick of New York member of 47-year member of the Ma- City, N.Y., and Tim of Yuba 4h Day Adventist sonic Lodge, and a member of City; sister, Madeline: 12 loved to read the Grizzly Lodge No. 601, Porto- grandchildren; and three 'recite Psalms of the la. great-grandchildren. arid sing Christian He was preceded in death Visitations were held Man- by his father, Louis Deltonday, May28. A Mass of Chris- the last surviving Dickinson. tian Burial was held Toes- fly. Harold is survived by his day, May 29, at St. Boniface cremation, a eel- wife, Velda, of Portola; Church in Nicolaus. of her life was helddaughter, Lisa Whitfield ofMemorial contributions Mortuary Reno, Nev.; mother, Alfridamay be made to the Can- Ill Quincy Thursday,Mayer Dickinson of Phoenix,nosian Sisters/St. Daniel's at 7 p.m. Inurnment Ariz.; three grandchildren;Altar Society of Wheatland, Place privately in and numerous great-grand- P.O. Box 47, Wheatland, CA East Lawn Ceme- children. 95692, or East Nicolaus High Private family inurnment School Spartan Foundation, will take place in Whispering 265 Worth Rd., Nicolaus, CA Jamison Pines Cemetery in Portola. 95695. esley Jamison, 76, Memorial donations may May 12, 2001, be made to Grizzly Lodge No. ence in Crescent 601, P.O. Box 1553, Portola, CA 96122. workers at the Greenville s born Feb. 4, 1925, in He had been a of Crescent Mills for ee years, moving where for over 20 years. :Served with the U.S. World War II in Atlantic in anti- operations and weather. He the Air Medal is achieve- aerial flight opera- with numerous Thank you to the postal ! Carolyne louise Price Carolyne Louise Price, 79,. died Saturday morning, June 2, 2001, at Enloe Community Hospital, in Chico. She was born April 6, 1922, in Rinsler, Ind., and had been a resident of the Lake A1- manor Peninsula since 1962, moving there from Cupperti- no. Carolyne was employed as an administrative secretary with CPU for 18 years, work- ing in the Westwood office until its closing. She retired out of the company's Su- sanville office. She loved to sew and cook Post Office for your extra work in collecting food for the Indian Valley Food Pantry. Special thanks to Terry Villines, the rural route dri- ver, and Roxanne Arave, who helped her haul all the food into the post office. Thanks to all the folks who left food in their mailboxes to be brought in. You provided about 1,500 pounds of fbod. Staff. Indian Valley Food Pantry Sponsors: The Barn, Mtn. The Greenville Post Of- Arave for helping pick up the Valley Pizza, Feather Rivet" fice would like to extend a donations. Properties, Round Valley special thank you to all of our Kathy Felker Lake Resort, Huddleston Con. customers in Indian ValleyPostmaster, Greenville struction, De Lizio Construe- who donated to the letter car- tion. Country Style Hair riers. The family of Smitty Care, Evergreen Market, As a result of their generos- Hobbs would like to thank all Yvonne and ,John Papen- ity, 1,500 pounds of food items the friends for their love, hausen, Pew Forest Products, were given to the Indian Val- prayers, food, flowers, cards, Village Drug Store and Me- ley Food Pantry. Thanks also etc., during these difficult Mullen Sand and Gravel. to rural letter carrier Terry times The Indian Valley Villines for participating in Lucille Hobbs Chamber of Commerce the food drive and Roxanne MARKERS & CEMETIERY SUPPL/IE5 @ Urns ,',, Head Stones ~, Granite or ,:. Caskets -$, Monuments Concrete 4. Space Liner ,',, Engraving Coping 4 :PS7-6705 472-200 DIAMOND CREST RD ' SUIANVILILJ! Bank of America Subordinated Notes 4/15t26 Yield to Maturity 7.10"/o Priced at 100 t on to serve during The Indian Valley Cen- .-\A ~, :\ t{a~d 1~l,~u) Xlinimum " 6115/06 (q 100 Subiect to prior sale and Vietnam turies Bike Ride this past ar~d/-r ~h;~n~*,: ~rl ?r~c. as a naval aircraft weekend was a great success'. (.all now to place your order. Crewman. He re- Our thanks go out to the 269 U.S. Navyafter for her. family. She was a " ; .... , Larry Brooks ,ice, (8001 765-2230 member of the Re- ~erica,:ed Men'SAmericanASSocia- d~r of#:stnerancS;~plished 3uli~n H~Tel~laRr~:zmb~ott. t.~u,=~,- pa Bo*-,-3s S ocks Mutual Fu nds Closed. End Funds ,st 162 of Eagle artist who enjoyed painting... , ,~ ".', .; ..... ". " ...... inoilsand watercolors along Dianeanfl L.,eCll WIIltOFH, JOe U~it l~#es~ment Trus;s Corporate Bonds . Mortgage-Backed :e he served as awith -artaking in atl types of Knadlerand Alicia ttigbee, Ce..,~:, ~ . Annu tes '_:!e ~nsurance Money Market Funds II :mander, the NRA ,,,~or, ff '~h~. and hot hHch~nd Jackie and Elizabeth John- As~,et Mon~aement * Estate PJa.ning .-Retir~nt/Pension Planning Inve*~m~nt .%ut#d~ RP. He served the .......... .y ............ son, Josh Huddleston tt, e " " -----..-,----.,.corn of Eagle Lake as at one t~me were active - - : - " artici-ants Mitchells and the Meacners; ~.,,~,: x.~sD ~ su,c. www..,~,-..- - member of their square aancmgp p - 'ict. . . Carolyne is surwved by . Was precedea m her husband of 63 years, R. one son and one "Bob" Price of the Lake A1- manor Peninsula; sons, ec :le rVived by his wife, Michael and Kenneth, both of IL V V II t" Crescent Mills; Westwood; daughters, Mau- II[ ,ElizabethSoderofreenPrice-DeLaCruzofFrt :" . __ __ II[ iChelle Michaelof Finnerty of Pyramid Lake, l:,d l @h ! f ilCollins, Colo. and Jean II - -- 'In -- " 'err,]alley;Jamison,Betty John-both Nev.; eight grandchildren; Kan., Tina Ham- and two great-grandchildren. She was preceded m death Iampa, Idaho, and by three grandchildren; one ttix of Woodlake; . ) ,,% erous grandchil- brother; and one slster- . . A celebration of her l.i{e rig cremation, pri- will be held at the graves]ae ily services were !6 ii I! ily requests any do- his memory be the Eagle Lake Legion Post 162, Maman W Gallagher, 75, ' nan Mortuary and Marian W. II IPMu' " m e 'rY, P.O. Box 803,died May23,2001, at5: spi i . II .% CA 9s94z at H p Plumas CountY Redemption_ II Chapman She was born Dec. 8,1 Center L0atJons [[ LrVey Chapman, 71, c " 9?.,5, ,nOonve olo il 2001, at EPDH in Marian gradua d from St. -. born Nov 29 1929Joseph High Scho -... _ ~$ " Quincy Recvclina Center i. ' ' She worked for the e rra Company, was a design a Prtla High silk screen patterns and was W t" II tduate, e ed as a tree fller aB:rarr hop" at her uncte s E :ter-Webster-John- Tues.-Sat. 9am to 4pro _ _ |[ .ill Delleker from ~e / Greenville Recycling Center II r;:a'. met her husband; He moved to Sacra-R abe4: iGat i o w yr,A?Force lere he was in the Greenville Dump Rd. Off Hwy 89 I] rlCe department of B::ea#:eiw;s;datn::h . t, A )r several years. He led there N one mile_north_of Greenville II tiSferred to the They mart ,ir Conditioning April4, 1 . - -t of the I the Farmers Ricefllwed by main ! Ri! shoA; l aMrsitemhnee uu i;O!Shewaspreslae'' .... ,, il of Sacramento. He rkel) t Plumas County Yed ae in 1997.the outdoors, mthen be; ;frL? eCtno t a : ein / (TBff::"258:91:: : 4:00pm .(530) 258 2186 II tar Society of St. nD enle:;Sthe * king and was a of Holy Family im:c ]e Club;4 Graeagle Recycling Center II ,Urch. Ac res Rummy Tile Clhu:;: :I rVived by his wife, .- " --d Lady of th hapman, of Graea- Daniel's Catholic e " r a le Wheatiand; an e ~ -- al3d uncle' Angle Snows Catholic.Ct 0ro hler " Urbani; and two Almanor; and th H maSSowed by waSburialheldin sucnv,= hus 'an4,-slh! oje t is funded by the l] q eterYdonations may Australia, Portugal, Jama" wall, Mexico, -" Columbia, Ha ii da the A L.S. Associ- Agoura Road, No. cana e Ireland, England,. -*-ited Hills, CA key cities in tP.e u- States ,, r ...... -- -- ,arney Dickinson. Dickinson,] 31, 2001, at