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Record Repoqer News 4, Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2001 9B sa Q of the Plumas County Museum Odd and Unusual Artifaots Hem's this week's look at one of the treasures not normally on display at the Plumas County Museum. Our featured artifact Is a wood carry case ned metal object. It is approximately 10" long by 8" wide by 2% What is It; what was it used for? The answer will be in next week's paper. If you think you know what it is, call the museum at 2834t320. Last week's mystery item was correctly identified by Herb Hansen, of Quincy, and Denny Deschemi of Greenville. It is a vice used to hem saws while they are sharpened. Denny knew because she haP- pens to have one that was used by her grandfa- therl The vice was patented in 1879 by the Went- worth Co. Donated by Myron Nelson, Quincy. roll ie: 2OO1 Ford F.ZSO 4x4. #C9830B i Auto Transmission atc, power windows, locks, seats, CD, 2-tone paint, 5K miles, 7.3 Diesel motor, #C98308 - . "i nt for all horse show enthusiasts reset Due to the extreme fire sit- traffic in the area is restrict- uations and the unavailabili- ed. ty of the Junior Livestock The Forest Service has in- Showgrounds, the Modoc dicated the camp may be in Horseman's Association is re- place for 30 days or longer. scheduling its "All English The current fire conditions Schooling Horse Show" (orig- are extreme. If no precipita- inally planned for Sunday, tion is forthcoming this situa- Sept. 9) toSunday, Oct. 14. tion could continue for The entire Alturas Youth weeks. Park, the Junior Livestock MHA has decided, because Showgrounds, and the Rop- of these drastic conditions to ing Arena area were convert- combine our Fall English and ed into one huge base "Fire Western Shows. The October Camp" for the (some) 3,000 14 date (weather and fire situ- firefighters battling the many ation determining( is tenta- large fires in our area. All tively set at this time. Cherokee 4 Dr. 4X4 , lOCkS, tti , am]fro stere(Ycass alloy Explorer 4X4 SALE e Dakota , a/c, power steering, ;, locks, tilt wheet, SALE Windstar LX , power wu~ows, locks, SALE LT 4 Dr. am/fro stereo, CD. Great SALE Focus 4 Dr. ., a/c, power steering, am/fro rental. SALE e Intrepid 4 auto. trans., air cond., locks, tilt wheel, #709607. SALE '01 Jeep Cherokee Classic , Alloy ymeels. #S11023. SALE '96 Ford Windstar Van V6, auto trans., a/c, power windows, locks, Utt wheel, cruise, am/fro stereo/cass, alloy wheels SALE '99 Ford Ranger XLT SuperCab V6, auto tram, a/c, power steering, am/fro stere~cass, CO, alloy wt~eels. #1319792 SALE j '99 Ford Explorer XLT 4X4 VS, power windows, toc~,s, tJ~t wheel, cru:se, leather. #ZB02639 Kelley says $24.195 SALE '95 Jeep Wrangler 4X4 Hard tin, 6 cyL 5 slx'~l trans., power steering, tilt w~et, AM/FM stereo. 0nly 26,000 miles, #289603. SALE '01 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT 4x4 V-8 Auto trans, air, power sleen~, power windows, power locks, Tilt, cruise, AM~Fro stereo~cassette, Alloy wheels. #775(}44 SALE Chew Silverado Ext. Cab 4x4 V-8 engine, a{ ~., pow~ steenng, tilt wheel, crmse c2ffol, ~ stere~' cassetl~, only 19,900 mill. It215403 '97 Ford F350 CrewCab 4X4 Nc, power windows, locks, seals, tilt vCneel, cruise. 34K miles. Must See! Kelley says: $24,840 SALE '95 Ford Taurus SE /v-6 Vans., air, pwer windows, power locks, power seats, tilt, cruise, AM/FM stereo/cass., leather, alloy wheels #131365. SALE '97 Ford T-Bird LX Auto trans., a/c, power windows, locks, flit wheel, cruise, am/fm stereo/cass, alloy wheels. #112750 SALE '00 Dodge Stratus SE 4 Dr. Auto trans., a/c, power windows, locks, tilt wheel, cruise, am/fm stereo/cass. 0nly 21,000 miles. #265097 SALE '00 Ford Focus SE 4 Dr. Auto trans., a/c, power steering, windows, locks, tilt wheel, cruise, am./fm stereo. CD, alloy wheels. #234119 SALE Dr. '99 Saturn SL2 Auto trans., a/c, power steering, tilt wheel, cruise, am/fm stereo/cass., CO, moonroot. #336648 '9g Mustang Convertible V6, auto trans., a/c, power windows, locks, tilt wheel, cruise, am/fm stereo/ cass., alloy wheels. #248594 SALE SALE Professional Service with Excellent Results IB CREDIT IBIB UNION BIB DIRECT IBIBIB LENDING. su~kctlo pea m~ m ~, ~ mog & do~ km SALES OEPT: MON- FRI. 8-6, ,9~T. 9-5, (].O,~D SLiI~AYS SERVICE & PARTS: . Hwy. 70 388 St., Ouincy family vducs ._ Cloud Labor Day The Area Agency on Aging, 'Senior Companion, Foster serving Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Grandparent, Brown Bag, Plumas, and Tehama coun- Alzheimer's Day Care Re- ties, will conduct a public source Center, Respite Reg- hearing on Tuesday, Sept. 25, istry, and Respite Purchase to present their plan for im- of Service. plementation of a reduction The hearing will be con- in funding for services, ducted at the University Cen- The reduction is in the ter Lounge, on the campus of amount of $26,140, and is ap- CSUC, beginning at 10 a.m. plicable only to the Commu- The hearing is open to the nity-Based Services Pro- public, and allinterested par- grams, including Linkages, ties are invited to attend. Comimmd nmu pega The members of the Quincy Chapter of California Women in Timber would like to express our apprecia- tion and thanks to the folks who helped us put together our prize winning float: Doug and Patti Fudge, who have loaned us their farm trailer for the past two years. Sierra Pacific Industries for donating the lumber to put a deck on the Wailer and chips for our Logger's Jigsaw Puzzles. Ralph and Trish Wilburn of Wilburn Construction and Greenhorn Guest Ranch for the use of the funny little truck that gets the float down the road JoAnn Downey for letting us raid her beautiful yard for all the little decorative ani- mals. Sav Mor for the very large box to make a sun for fun. You folks are all wonderful. ! oe There is no place like your hometown or your hometown merchants. By supporting the local businesses, the entire community benefits. Local merchants pay local taxes which improve local roads, parks, schools, facilities and a host of other community efforts and events. The big city puts your money to the same use, but not for your benefit. We know that you can find home improvement materials, services, just about II anything you need right here II KEEP YOUR AT HOME... - rll SHOP LOCALLY!