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weon~,~lay,~ept. Zb, Ztrdl i ? " i: i~!i!~ i~ Ph0t0 submitted While it was summer here, it was winter in Buenos Aires. But Quincy High School teacher Debble Shipman didn't let the cold deter her from her annual trip to a Span- ish speaking country. Shipman polishes her own Spanish on these tbtps and collects various items to use in her classroom. While in Buenos Aires, Debble Shipman, fight, stayed with her Mend, two met last summer when Shipman was on another trip to the area; they in contact via e-mail. I By Debra Coates from Target Stores and assis- Rocio, ascertained her knowl- Managing Editor tance from the school's con- edge level--which is highly Debbie Shipman spends the tinuing education fund, Ship- proficient--she focused on fall, winter and spring teach- man paid for the trip. what Shipman wanted--tools ing Spanish. In summer, she First stop: Buenos Aires to use in her Spanish classes studies it. and an intensive one-on-one at the high school. This summer was no excep- Spanish language immersion "I learned games and songs tion. The Quincy High Schoo} course. Shipman said she has that will be wonderful for my teacher spent three weeks in enrolled in many advancedclasses," Shipman said. "I al- Argentina immersing herself Spanish courses, but this was so learned about differences in the Spanish language, the most valuable, in words and accents of vari- With the help of a grant Once Shipman's instructor, ous Spanish speaking coun- Slicks' is Proud to Announce Newest Crew Member Make a pit stop at Slicks' to meet the newest member of our crew. Alison joins Marsha Mae at Slicks' in East Quincy Alison specializes in color- ing, whether highlights, Iowlights,, color corrections or weaves. Fmlm imimml Try hair coloring-'! Alison & Marsha Mae with client : with confidence I $5.oo I any hair coloring service Expires 10/31/01 I I. ......... .I ,ork 2176 . Main St., Quincy 283-5778 Call Today! 1065 BUCKS LAKE ROAD QUINCY, CA 95971 (530) 283-2121 One of The 1 O0 HEALTH SERVICE SCHEDULE Top Hospitals in U.S. email: OCTOBER 2001 Benchmarks for Success PLUMAS DISTRICT HOSPITAL CLINIC 283-1506 GYNECOLOGIC UROLOGY Fridays 1060 Valley View Drive, Quincy, CA 95971 283-3392 Locally: PDH Quincy Family Medicine Clinic Oct 26 Joanne Crigler, EP.N.P. Norman C. Nasise, M.D. Rhonda Strunk, F.N.P. 2526 St. Mary Columbia Drive, Red Bluff, Ca 96080 For appointment cal: 530-529-0991 PLUMAS DISTRICT HOSPITAL DENTAL CLINIC 283-3915 MEDICAL NUTRITION THERAPY 1045 Bucks Lake Road, Quincy, CA 95971 Locally: Plumas Di~rict Hospital Clinic Brent Webb, D.D.S. Dianne Gruner, MA, RD 1060 Valley View Drive, Quincy, CA 95971 Jack Fry, D.D.S. For appointment call: 283-1506 NORTH FORK FAMILY MEDICINE 283-5640 1060 Valley View Drive, Quincy, CA 95971 OPHTHALMOLOGY 1st Wednesday Jeffrey G. Kepple, M.D., Family Medicine and Obstetrics Locally: 68 Central Avenue. QuincyOct. 2 Ross E. Morgan, M.D., Family Medicine and Obstetrics Thomas R. Conklin, M.D. David E. White, M.D., Family Medicine 350 West 6th St., Reno, NV 89503 For appointment call: 283-2206or 1-775-329-2020 PLUMAS SURGICAL AF~OCIATES 1060 Valley View Dr., Quincy, CA 95971 Vincent E Frantz, M.D. General Surgery Steen W. Jensen, M.D. General Surgery 283-1506 1045 Bucks Lake Road, Quincy, CA 95971 Sharon E. Mclntyre, M.D., Family Mad. & Obstetrics Lawrence A. Price, M.D. Family Practice, Internal Mad. & Obstetrics Edle O'Coaaer, P.A.C. Kathy Price, F.N.P Mill at Pl~nm District Hmpltuh Saturday . Oct 6, 13, 20, & 27 For appointment call: 283-2121, ask for Radiology ORTHOPEDICS Every Friday Locally: Plamas District Hospital Clin!c] Quincy Oct. 5, 19~ & 2..6 Lowell D. Nickel, M.D. 2721 Olive Hwy, Oroville, CA 95966 For appointment call: 283-4425 I st and 3rd Wednesdays Locally: PDH Quinc~ Family Medicine Clinic Oct 3 & 17 John V. Foley, M.D. 10051 Lake Avenue, Suite 3, Truckee, CA 96160 For appointment call: 587-7461 PLASTIC SURGERY Schedule Varies Locally: Plumas District Hospital Clinic Oct. 2 & 8 Edmond A. Zingaro, M.D. (415) 929-4630 909 Hyde St., Suite 615, San Francisco, CA 94109 For Appointment Call: 283-1506 MARK L. WHITNEYs M.D.~ Family Practice 283-1710 1060 Bucks Lake Rd., Quincy, CA 95971 CARDIOLOGY every Wednesday i Locally: PlumBs District Hospital Clinic Oct 3, 7, 20~ 24 & 31 MIUnd Dh0ad, M.D, Cardiologist 500 First Ave., Pmola CA 96122 For appointment call: 836-1122 DOPPLER/ECHOcARDIOGRAPHY STUDIES Schedule Varies PODIATRY I st & 3rd Fridays Locally: Plumas District H~pital'Clini Oct 5 & 19 Kennon J. Martin, D.P.M. 6585 Clark Road, Suite 120, Paradise, CA 95969 For appointment call: 283-3904 PULMONOLOGY 1st & 3rd Fridays Locally: PDH Quincy Family Medicine Clinic Oct. 4 Ronald S. Batin, M.D. 6009 Pentz Road, Bldg. 8 Paradise, CA 95969 For appointment call: 530 872-3175 For appointment call: 283-2121, ask for Radiology GASTROENTEROLOGY Medicine Clinic A. Marvin Brook& M.D. Frederic B. Newman, M.D. 10833 Donner Pass Rd., Truckee, CA 96161 For appointment call: 582-8535 Tuesdays Oct. 9& 25 RADIOLOGY Most weeks: Mon,, Tues., Thurs. and Fri. Locally: Plumas Dislrict Hospital North State Radiology For appointment call: 283-212 I, ask for Radiology UROLOGY 2nd & 4th Wednesdays Locally: PDH Quincy Family Medicine Clinic Oct. l0 & 25 Jack D. Hagewood, M.D. 578 Rio Lindo Ave., S.uite 3, Chico, CA 95926 For appointment call: 891-4255 tries." third friend from Chile she can stay "current" Shipman always collects joined the pair, and Shipman classroom. literature and other visual said she spoke nothing but "It's not aides to use in her class- Spanish for threeweeks, that I was there 20 rooms. She brought back In addition to Buenos ago," Shipman said. newspapers, magazines, gro- Aires, which Shipman de- change." cery store advertisementsscribes as the "New York Her visits bring and various brochures. City of South America," Ship- more than current And this time, she had help man spent a week in Mar del edge and new from her friend, Myriam, Plata, a huge tourist town of her classroom; her who had been collecting about 700,000 people. The city bring a freslt items for Shipman since they is famous for its fishing and a renewed joy in her met last sunamer when Ship- its shopping, ing. And that's man visited both Argentina Shipman believes that it's anyone who visits her and Costa Rica. important to make regularish classes at Quincy On this trip, Shipman waspilgrimages to Spanish- School. a house guest of Myriam's. A speaking countries so that I1 B Beta Sigma Phi sorority It has been nearly 25 years sorority members will members from throughout since the Alturas chapters for brunch at the north state will be travel- have hosted the event, which Pines Lodge, located ing to attend a special annual is hosted in a different city miles from Alturas. event, this year hosted in A1- each year. rival and registration turasOct. 5-6. "A Country Fall" is the open at 9 a.m. at the The four Alturas chapters theme for this year's rural lo- with coffee hour fromi of Beta Sigma Phi sorority cation, a.m. A forum and will host the Far Northern A no-host social and din-meeting will begin at 10 California Council of Beta ner will begin Friday, Oct. 5, and a brunch will Sigma Phi and they expect at the Brass Rail Restaurant, noon. hundreds of guests from in Alturas, on Highway 395 Reservations Tulelake, McKinleyville, Uki- north, heading toward Lake- may be made by ah, Quincy and the sur- view. 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After President shall called the der, she presented with a poem that the rainbow of colors. em very beautifully ed the different colors, significance of each, reason that each color portant in its own way. poem concludes with planation that the tion of all of the colors er make a beautiful Marshall explained the son for the poem was theme for the year will colors of friendship. . Marshall then informed group that the next will be at the museu Sept. 25. Those attending were: ident Rita Marshall, Adamson, Linda Bettie Cobb, Helen Marcia Detrick, Jacqui ris, Joanne Kibbee, Joy Barbara Norman and Whitcher. The beginning day Gamma Zeta was held residence of Michele scrumptious brunch catered by Edward New notebooks passed out, and the meeting date and were chosen. The first regular was at the home of Warren. With 13 members plans were made for the nual Halloween party at bowling alley. A presentation last year's president, Nelson. She received a tiful scrapbook, a sweatshirt and her The next meeting scheduled to be held Anderson's on Sept. 18.