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Bulletin Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2001 Photos by Will Farris town sheriff, a member of the Nevada Gunfighters~ his entrance from the Feather Hotel balcony. drunk from the day before, he remembers his gun but has forgotten to don any other clothing, his hat and boots. His Honor Henry Shaker, better known to Canyon resi- dents as Will Farris, strutted his dignified self around the 2001 Miner's Fair over Labor Day weekend. What does a judge need with a six gun? It provides immedi- ate justice for any poor soul who soils the attire of the sensitive tyrant. The lovely lady outlaw, Belle Starr, pleads with a feder- al marshal to take the money and flee to Mexico with her. The marshal is tempted, despite the gunfight that just took his partner's life, but duty prevails and Belle is taken in. member of a gang headed up by the notorious outlaw Belle Starr catches a fatal of lend in a barroom gunfight between the gang and a federal marshal. The Gunfighters "died" a number of times as a result of their performances at Miners Fair over Labor Day weekend. ............ ....... 10% of proceeds will be donated to the New York Firefighters & Fund-raiser for Plumas Christian School Fall Sports Programs When: Sat., Oct. 6 beginning at 5 pm Where: Vet's Hall on Lawrence Street Dinner served 5 - 8 pm Auction items announced at 8:15 pm Adults s5 per person (2 tacos, rice, beans, drink) Children (12 & under) $250 per person (1 Taco, rice, beans, drink) Desserts - Donations accepted Auctiofl Donations also needed Please call Ellen: 283-0415 (wk) 283-2245 (hm) Portola Memorial Hall :00 p.m. Lead singer for popular singing group "The Imperials" Sang with Elvis for five years Also featuring The singing group "Shiloh" C.V.M. Ithiel Torres, World Class Trumpeter Singer, musician, and song writer, "The Wizz" Randy Collins Sherman will also be singing at Portola Station Baptist Church on Oct. 14, 2001 at 8.'30 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. service ! i::i'!:i:i:i:!: