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Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2001 BuiJet;n, Pro Ellen I.=Verda Winegm Ellen LaVerda Winegar, 78, of Chico, died Saturday, July 28, 2001 ,at a local care home in Chico. LaVerda was born to Theodore and Stella Adams on May 21, 1923, in Hager- man, Idaho. She married Vernon Wine- gar in Seattle, Wash., April 6, 1941. They moved to Chester in 1947 with their four young children. The couple moved to Greenville in 1995, where Vernon passed away in 1998. LaVerda moved to Chico in 1999. LaVerda was a member of the Community of Christ. She had also been a member of the Chester Help Club. She enjoyed flowers and visiting with family and friends. In addition to her husband, LaVerda was preceded in death by her sons, Charles, in 1960, and Robert, in 1979; granddaughter Tummy, in 1983; and sister, Joyce. LaVerda is survived by her daughters, Eileen Ivey, of Greenville, and Cheryl Jacks, of Chico; sisters, LaPreal Craig, of Sacramento, and Ca- role Sherwood, of Wood- inville, Wash.; eight grand- children and five great- grandchildren. A graveside service for LaVerda was held Thursday, Aug. 2, at the Chester Ceme- tery. Mattle Caroline Steiner Mattie Caroline Steiner, 93, died Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2001, at seamstress, who was an ex- cellent cook. Mattie was preceded in death by her husbands, Phillip Frame, in 1957, and Frank Steiner, in 1997; two brothers, and two sisters. Survivors include her son, David Frame, of Reno, Nov.; and two granddaughters. Following cremation at Fehrman Crematory in Quin- cy, a celebration of Mattie's life was held Aug. 10, 2001, at the Meadow Valley District Cemetery. The family requests any do- nations in Mattie's memory be made to any favorite char- ity of the donor's choice, c/o Fehrman Mortuary and Cre- matory, P.O. Box 53, Quincy, CA 95971. Arnold James Hoffman Arnold James Hoffman, 74, died Sunday, Aug. 5, 2001, at Indian Valley District Hospi- tal in Greenville. He was born Nov. 19, 1926, in Le Center, Minn. Arnold moved to Indian Valley from Stockton in Sep- tember of 1978. After graduating from U. C. Berkeley, Arnold worked as a chemist and bacteriologist for the city of Stockton, retir- ing after 30 years of service to the community. After moving to Indian Val- ley, Arnold helped with the establishment and operation of the Taylorsville Sewer Dis- trict, along with managing the Lake Almanor/Hamilton Branch Water System, and various water systems in the Feather River Canyon. Arnold served with the U.S. Navy as a pharmacist mate during and following World the Plumas District Hospital WarII. in Quincy He w s " a a member of St. An- 19MattieMw::dbr~rOlCt" 150 thony's Catholic Church in -. ' .. . . Y..' Greenville. u_,.............._...._..~__..,__a.u r_,.~u~. ,~, --,.----.~-~.-.,['-'u'~'~"''-u-ut~t~Pi,'u~"='~'~'~a Arnold enjoyed the sereni- A n --lo-:-''-'ZTT::' ty of Indian Valley and fish- Mead fe ,,,n . te. u .m uL me ing the numerous lakes and Mattiw';--'%~-7"cy=re'7'rter streams of Plumas and e a naea ana graaum- Lassen ounti s ed from elementary school at .. c e ._ ..... ~.,. ~a ~....a... ,,..,,... rio was preceaea in aeam ~,,o ~,,~ ~v~auvw vct~wy b~ his So- r'au~ ^ ---'Id Hoff i b..~..~ ~ ~ ~4 ~ .-~ ~-urnu - Mat i ........... ~oo, =,,u ~,..t,,v., membtreft]~eS 2ui]ncngtimne Richard Hoffman, in 1979 y uo - Survivors include his wife munity United Methodist of 47 years, Esther, of the Church and had been a mere- North Arm of Indian Valley; ber of the Quincy Rebekah Lodge. sons, Joseph K. Hoffman, of She will be remembered by Corning, and Kenneth Hoff- her family as a talented man, of El Sobrante; sister, Kathlene Dillow, of Orinda; The "CATHOUSE" is open!! The PluMs Mdnud ~elfm. ~ pnmdly announces the opening of PAW~' C=t Adoption Center. 2453 E. Main St., Quincy (formedy Dr. Frank Merrill's Quincy Veterinary Center} HOUl~: Tuesday ~ Friday llam-3pm (other times ~. ~,'pol~,,wnt) Call 283-2244 for morn information or visit our websile: ww'~v.catspaws.pcffindcr.o~ Note: We rescue onl. from An~raal Cbnt~d We do not avcel~ cats from prtvate fndftAduaL~ another full-time job. you need someone with the exl rtise and time to get the job done right. A member of the California Association of REALTORS and your local Association of REALTORS. Someone who'll help you get on with the life you've worked so hard to enjoy. Real Estate Is Our Life? Califoenia Association of REALTORS@ on the Not, http'J/ Plumas Association of REALTORS* Quincy 283-2961 Lassen County Board of REALTORS* Susanville Call your local Realtor I eight grandchildren and four member of the 20th Century great-grandchildren. Neighborhood Club in Good- A Mass of Christian Burial ing. was celebrated, for Arnold on Eunice enjoyed sewing, em- Aug. 10, 2001, at St. Anthony's broidery and reading. Catholic Church, followed by She was preceded in death interment with military hon- by her son, Richard, in 1955, ors in the Taylorsville Dis- two brothers and one sister. trict Cemetery. Eunice is survived by her The family requests any do- husband of 73 years, C. W. nations in Arnold's memory Bellamy, of Gooding; son, be made to either the St. Don E. Bellamy, of Gooding; Jude's Children's Hospital or three grandchildren and five the St. Anthony Catholic great-grandchildren. Church's Altar Society, c/o A celebration of Eunice's Fehrman Mortuary and Cre- life will be held at graveside matory, P.O. Box 803, in the Old Quincy Cemetery Greenville, CA 95947. at 11 a.m., Monday, Aug. 20, 2001. Eunice Elizabeth Bellamy The family requests any do- Eunice Elizabeth Bellamy, nations in her memory be 96, died Sunday, Aug. 12, made to the American Can- 2001, at Bridgeview Estatesin cer Society c/o Fehrman Twin Falls, Idaho. , Mortuary and Crematory, Eunice was born Oct. 26, P.O. Box 53, Quincy, CA 1904, in Richmond, Ill. 95971. Eunice lived in Quincy for 46 years, moving here from ~d~ Tie~nl~mn Richmond, Ill., following her Bleil~ marriage to C.W. Bellamy in Gertrude Tiefenbrun 1928. Bleiberg, of Palo Alto and In 1974, Eunice and her Quincy, died Aug. 10, 2001, in husband moved to Gooding, Palo Alto. Idaho, to be closer to their She was born in New York family. City in 1921. Following her graduation In 1942, she married Don- from high school in Illinois, ald J. Bleiberg, MD, and she went on to obtain teach- moved to Quincy, where ing credentials. She was era- Gertrude was a teacher and ployed at a local auto dealer- Donald was a family practi- ship in Elgin, II1., when she tioner and operated the met and married C.W. Bel- Plumas IndustrialHospital. lamy. They moved to Palo Alto in Eunice was a member of 1964, where Donald practiced the Quincy Community Unit- emergency medicine with ed Methodist Church and at- Kaiser Permanente in Santa tended the Gooding United Clara, and Gertrude began an Methodist Church in Good- active career as an artist. ing, Idaho, where she was a She and Donald loved to trav- member of the Women's Cir- el and made many lifetime cle Group. She was also a friendships as a result. II I I FUNDING AVAILABLE The Plumas County Child Abuse Prevention Council is accepting proposals for mini-grants up to $1000.00. Organizations, agencies, and individu- als are eligible to apply. We are looking for innova- tive that impact child[,:abuse prev oni intervention, and treatment. Proposals will be accepted no later than August 31, 2001. Notification of approved mini-grants will take place in September, 2001. Request information-and application by calling 283-5333 (please provide your name, address & phone number). I I IIII I II Who was the who chan teacher Answer this question in a 300 word essay about a classroom instructor, a coach, counselor, health professional or school administrator who is currently working in a California public school at any grade level through high school. Tell us how this teacher affected you at the time and how you are affected today. Your entry should include: The grade you were in, the name and location of the school you were attending and how old you were at the time. Your name, address and telephone number. Eligibility: You must be over 16 years old now or writing as the parent of a child who is attending or did attend a California public school. Mall Essays tot Indian Valley Record P.O. Box 469 Greenville, CA 96947 Sponsored by New California Media and Feather Publishing Co. Gertrude was a lifetime Martin dean member of Hadassah; a mem- cisco Art ber of Temple Beth Jacob in "Bleiberg shoWS Redwood City and the Jewish rect Federation; a founding mem- itself be alive, ber of the Holocaust Muse- recreated to um; a member of the Plumas to give-yes-joy2 County Museum, and an ac- Gertrude is tive participant in a wide va- her husband riety of community, religious ald; and charitable causes, son, Deborah An artist with a master of toria Zatkin and fine arts from the San Fran- baum; sister, cisco Art Institute, Gertrude and brother, Bleiberg's prints and paint- brun; eight ings have been exhibited in andtwo numerous museums and cor-. Services porate collections, including: day, Aug. 13, at' the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Oakland Mu- In lieu scum of California, the San tions may be Jose Museum, the Brooklyn sah or to the Museum and the Rutgers choice. Archives Collection. =, In 1996,,a major retrospec- OU$ &. Go~ tive of her work was held at Otis A. four galleries in the Bay Saturday, Aug: Area, and in 1992, she wasSunbridge awarded the Women's Caucusbilitation in for Art, South Bay Chapter, She was born Lifetime Achievement inAplin, Ark. award. Following her In a 25-year retrospective catalogue of her work, Fred See years experience with Social Security and SSI cases at all levels NO FEE UNLESS YOU DISABILITY If you're totally disabled and expect to be out work 12 months or more, you may merit Security Disability even if you've been denied. Any reason may qualify: accident, mental or physical illness, on-the-job or job injury. Laws are being tightened. representation is critical. Disability AssociateS can take your case to every level, including court. Call for FREE cons . (775) EREE ' " se-hab a espafiol DISABILITY ASSOCIATES Your lungs are Smoking is not allowed any enclosed workplace. 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