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Record Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2001 I t Area Classifieds e e e PUBLISHER , FALL BACK change your clocks--just your movie The Town Hall Theatre has to their fall movie showing times effective During the week, there will be one show at 7 p.m. and two shows on Friday and Sat- p.m. and again at around 9 p.m. KEEP ADDING MORE MERCHANDISE Oil of the Olive, an award-winning and oil made in Northern Calif., is now at Main Street Antiques in Proprietors Josh and Bink Huddleston have also added champagne-raspberry, garlic and sweet hot beer mustards. JOINS PORTOLA SALON High School grad Leah Klundby has state board exam and is now a licensed She is working in Portola at Tangles Erin Roney and Joni Battistoni. AFTER 27 YEARS IN QUINCY institution, Diane Kohler Yarn & is closing after 27 years inbusiness. Diane is ready to spend more time with her but won't quit working completely. continue to sew and do alterations Mon- rs and Wednesdays. Everything in Street store has been drastically marked will be liquidated during September. PLANS FUND-RAISING EVENT Ladies Auxiliary at SunBridge Care in Quincy is planning a white and bake sale this Saturday, Sept. 8, from to 2 p.m. The ladies tell us they can use do- (no clothes) for the fund-raiser. ANNIVERSARY TO NOTE rand Ingrid Tande are celebrating their 10th with Hi-Tech Frame and Finishing. has just joined the Quincy business, lo- 1 Industrial Way near Feather River Dis- manager. ADDS ANOTHER WEB SITE the interior design store which fea- mix of home furnishings, jewelry, now has a web page on graea- Owner Kathleen Perazzo says her web visitors a colorful glimpse of the trea- fred at her Portola store. ADVANCED COURSE owner of The Cutting Edge salon in a course in advanced hair cut- received a special certification from the Crew Men's Hair Cutting Academy in Colorado. I IITORAGE UNITS OPENED IN CHESTER new storage units have just opened & Line Storage in Chester. Owner Leon says he now has 64 units at his facility, located near the airport. SCRAMBLE TEES OFF Sept. 16, the 13th annual Soropti- Golf Tournament tees off with a at 11 a.m. at the Feather River Inn in This year's hole-in-one prize is a PT Cruiser provided by Willits Motors. enter is Sept. 11; contact any Soropti- or use the registration form in the ad !Week's sports section. Shop late Mon. 10-7, The rest of week still 10am-5pm 836-0852 112 Hwy 89 Graeagle OLD WILL, NEW MARRIAGE will, once properly executed, tells the world how you of your property. Trouble is, that will, until it is by a new one, remains in effect, even if changes in your your family make a difference in what you want to do. ~re your will is up to date. get married, be sure your old will reflects your new In most states, your new spouse will not be cut off, raay become necessary for her or him to sue for marital rights. state laws may not give your spouse as much as you to. Smart move: check your will when you marry. you'll probably want to keep your ex-spouse estate. Equally important, check your company plan. There are cases on record where ex-spouses still beneficiaries were paid all benefits, despite the needs of ;pouse. family situations change, protect your finances. Talk to the ALJC~A~ ~,~ ~ OF~ Schools are back in ses- sion, and drivers around the county have seen law en- forcement vehicles parked on the streets near schools. They are there as a visible reminder for residents to slow down a bit and watch out for children. The first two weeks of Sep- tember, many residents are consumed with the begin- ning of school, but after that, the fun events begin again: Plumas Bank announced the bank, and she has done recently the promotion ofan excellent job accommodat- Mary Trafton to assistanting our growth," Elliot con- vice president, human re-tinued. sources officer. Trafton stated, "I've truly Trafton is responsible for enjoyed working at Plumas managing wage and salary Bank these past 10 years and administration, benefits, em- look forward to learning ployee relations, staffing, em- more as we continue to grow. ployee records and payroll, The people are great. I guess affirmative action and per- time really does fly when sonnel policy administration you're having fun!" she for over 160 employees. She added. joined Plumas Bank in 1991 as a payroll clerk. Born and raised in North- Bill Elliott, president and ern California, Trafton ap- chief executive officer, com- preciates the outdoors and mented, "Since Mary joined enjoys golfing, gardening, the bank 10 years ago, the and fishing. She is a member number of employees has of the Innovative Investors doubled and the bank's total Club. She and her husband of assets havetripled in size." 33 years, Ted, have three "Mary's responsibilities grown children and two and duties have grown with grandchildren. i INEEOHELP WITH YOUR BUSINESS? Business development services avallablel Including, but not limited to ..... Confidential counseling sessions with Small Business Development Center Counselors Financial Sourcing ,, Business Planning, etc. Demographic Information Buying quality stocks that have fallen out of favor can be a smart investment. I can provide a current list of recom- mended companies that are well below their peak prices. Call or stop by today for details Steve King 546 Lawrence St., Placer Square, Quincy 800-995-0253 . (530)283-4061 www.edwardjones,com Edward Jones ~n',ialb,41~h,dhm~tonSle~t Spaghetti Dinner shoes for this race that cele- St. Anthony's annual brates the centuries-old Na- spaghetti dinner organizers tive American tradition of will be treating folks to a long-distance running. taste of buffalo Saturday, The event is hosted by Sept. 15. family members of the late Dinner begins at 5 p.m. in Seymour Smith, who was fa- the church social hall onmous for his ultra-distance Jesse Street in Greenville. running and for prize fight- For dinner information, int. call 284-7236. Native American arts and crafts are among the prizes Sierra Imliml Days awarded to winners in each This annual two-day cul- of several divisions tural event begins Saturday, Runners will travel 12 Sept. 15, at about 11 a.m. miles from Taylorsville to Everyone is invited to Greenville. come to Greenville High Short-distance runners School and learn about Na- and walkers will travel only tive American dance and cul- six miles along North Valley ture. Road. Ethnic arts, crafts and A potluck lunch and foods will be featured inawards presentation will be- gin at noon in the Greenville booths throughout the two - Town Hall, and a shuttle bus day event, will transport participants All veterans are invited to back to the starting line in watch or participate in spe- Taylorsville. cial dances conducted in Early registration is avail- their honor, and all drums able through the chamber of- and dancers are invited, as fice, and race day registra- well. tion and check-in begins at 8 An admission donation of a.m., in front of the Tay- $2 is requested at the gate. lorsville Fire Station. For more information, call The race begins at 9 a.m., the Plumas County Arts and the fastest runners usu- Commission at283-3402, ally arrive in Greenville about an hour or so later. Seymour Smith Memorial For information about any Run and Walk Indian Valley events, call the Runners and walkers are Indian Valley Chamber of invited to grab their favorite Commerce at 28@6633. TALK TO A REAL, LIVE PERSON WHO'S IN THE SAME PHONE BOOK AS YOU. Kirk Lambert UC. # 0496874 Lambert & Lambert insurance Services, Portols 888-251-5512 530-832-5512 Donate your to our your time to their classes. It's back to school time again and you can contribute more than your kids to the new school year. Bring your used books into your local Plumas Bank office before the end of October and we'll be sure local high school libraries get them. All donations are welcome so scour your bookshelves and garage. We want to help in other ways too. That's why whenever you order Plumas Bank scenic checks, you can now get the mascot logo of your favorite high school printed right next to your name--free. And every time you order checks with your high school's logo, we'll automatically make a contribution to your Booster Club. So support your local schools by drop- ping off a few books the next time you visit your Plumas Bank office. OK? WWW.PLUMASBANK.COM 307 W. Main St., Quincy 283-0680 4