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6@ Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2001 Bulletin, Progressive, ,,,~..~..~ .~. , . .... Piumas Pines "Mountain Classic" results The llth Annual Plumas Pines Men's Club Mountain Classic was played Sept. 14- 15. There was a record turnout with 92 players. Seven players were unable to attend, due to the terrorist attacks, since all flights were canceled. Norm Miller, who had been playing in the National Senior Amateurs Tourna- ment in St. Louis, was able to get back in time by taking the train. But that turned in- to another tragedy because of the train wreck near Wen- dover, Nev Miller and his wife, Carol, finally arrived home safely, but without luggage and golf clubs. He borrowed a set of clubs and was able to calm his nerves and win low gross honors, with Jimmy Rogers' help. Second place low gross winners were John Orr and Tim Grant, while John Kid- well and Jim Williams took third place. Mario Ganibotti and Matt Tankersley were the low net winners. The Plumas Flight low net winners were: Kim Roberts and Jeff Westerinen, first place; Eric Anderson and Dan Rechenmocher, second place; Mike Judevine and and Kathi Shennan, with a Frank Raab, third place; and 78. Randy Peterson and Chuck Two teams came in with a Hein, fourth place. 79 to tie for third place: the In the Eureka Flight, low team of Petra Brush, Sharon net winners were: Stew Auge and Joyce McGuire, Johnson and Ed Hillygus, and the team of Jo Knudsen, first place; Marv Pierce and SallyGeser, Shirley Ray Martire, second place; Friedrichs and Karen Nel- John Turner and Daryl Asbe, son. third place; Eugene Nelson and Del Stockman, fourth Feather River Inn Niners place. Ladies Golf Club The Sierra Flight low net The Feather River Inn Nin- winners were: first place, ers held their fall luncheon Mel McKee and Terry Stone- meeting Sept. 5. New officers braker; second place, Jerry elected for 2002 are: Shirley Butt and Ron Stagler; third Rickets, president; Grace place, Perry Allen and Dick Smith, vice president; Betty Piper; and fourth place, Siler, secretary; and Tina Stephen Frank and Ron Sher- Sexton, treasurer. man. Renee Honnoll received Pines Flight low net win- the award for most improved ners were: first place, Bill golfer, and Margaret Cham- Sinor and Steve Evan; sec- berlain and Inez Fagliano re- ond place, Elmer White and ceived "Break 100" pins. Ray Kepler; third place, The club showed their ap- Richard Thomas and Doug preciation to Judy Latour, Bingham; and fourth, Joe who has served as president Beck and Ron Madden. for two years, and to Jody Lindroth, whose work with Lake Almanor West Worn- the club and the golf course en's Golf Club this year has been exception- The Lake Almanor West al. Women'S Golf Club held its On Sept. 13, several mere- annual end-of-he-season bers traveled to Lake A1- scramble with the Niners. manor for a fun scramble The team of Barbara Rol- with the Mountain Ladies land, Reva Hunter, Bey Club. The Mountain Ladies Trapp and Gaff Newton came visited the Niners in July. in first, with a 77. Teams were mixed and win- The second place team was nets were announced at the Toni Froese, Shari Meyer, luncheon immediately after Quincy DUPONT POWER TOOL CO. 23 Crescent St. 530-283-2136 POLIRRIS" Th. wuy Out. a ~ m~s and s~s ~ ~rs Omlm hr ~i~. "Rnlln~ o1~ wi~ ~ld lo cmO X ~-oml ~rn ltammmnca E~nK N.A.. on ~ml~ mnmn~ ~ ~ dunng me ~'~'no~on mini ~1 ~ op~on s cho~n, no Pl,~ce o"~ 2o~. No p~mn~ ~u,~ Imc~lX e~t m~nc* ;~le ~z tW$ a ~anr~ co~ne. I~ not a~wn~ play. All agreed that this ex- Ray Mathes, Jerry Quam andMoritz, the tournament change will be continued Jim Wright. offwithout a hitch. next year. Ted Morgan won the chip- Winners for the day The Niner's season ends in. Brown family, taking the last Wednesday in Sep- The club tournament and place with four $50 teml r. Applications for our dinner were held on Sept. 22 bonds donated by nine hole club are available, at Mt. Huff with some 60 Bank. Please ball 836-1608 or golfers playing chug-a-lug. Sheila Winebarger won 836-2917 for information. The first place team was: ladies' longest drive and Jeff Stevens, Don Rhinehart, ladies 'closest to the LACC Women's Golf Club Mel Elsten,and Betty Alling- prizes. The LACC Women's golf ham. The second place Mike Batchelor and sweeps on Sept. 18 was gross, team was: Don McConnell, McFarland won the net and putts. Glen Bradford, J.C. Barnesclosest-to-the pin, with i In flight one, there was a and John Kolb. Bishop ; the first-place tie for gross be-In third place were: Jerry longest drive. tween Shirley Freeman, Quam, Bill TiWm, Rick Kern- pin prizes included two Judy Honsaker, and Fran mer and Merlin Allingham. savings bonds from Smith. Glen Bradford won the Bank. First place for net was men's longest drive, and Bar- Claudine Gurney, and sec- bara Quam won the women's Deal & Davie Inc., of ond place was Joan Body. longest drive, sanville, sponsored the In flight two, first place for Closest-to-the-hole winners in-one holes again this gross was Barbara Davey, on three pars were: No. 1,with a 2002 Buick being and second place was Doris Todd Johns; No. 4, Jerry prize. However, nobody Kaiser. Hobbs; No. 5, Richard Mc A buffet luncheon There was a first place tie Cutcheon; and No. 8, Bob served at the Fairway for net between Nancy Foote Fitzsimmons. after play, where and Lil Clark. The winner of Dinner was served to ap- were announced. Over the putts was Claudine Gur- proximately 80 people and a door prizes were given ney. good time was had by all. players and guests, Officers from last year golf clubs and equipment Mt. Huff Golf Club were retained president Ir- hated by the LASC gift The club held a scramble ma Boyd; vice president and on Wednesday, Sept. 19. tournamentchairman, Jim tificates and me The first place team was: Braden; secretary/treasurer, from local merchants, captain, Rita Holbrook, with Wally Eshleman; and handi-several overnight stays J.C. Barnes, Jerry Hobbs and cap chairman, Dave Smuts. hotels and casinos in Bob McElman. Tahoe-Reno area. The second place team in- Shriners Golf Tournament Proceeds from the cluded: captain, Marilyn The Lake Almanor Shrine tournament and other Johnson, with Irma Boyd, Club hosted their 10th annu- Almanor Shrine Club Ken Butterfield and John al golf tournament Sunday,raisers are in support Hackett. Sept. 9, at Lake Almanor LASC projects and are di The third place team was: West Golf Course. Under the bursed on a most-needed captain, Mary Heard, with guidance of golf pro John sis. ATTENTION JUNIOR HUNTERSV.! APPLICATION FORM (APPLICATION MUST BE RECEIVED BY OCTOBER 12, 200I Fourteenth Annual Jake Trussell Memorial Lassen CountT Free Junior Pheasant Hunt Ages I6 and Under * Hunt Dates: October 20 & 2I NAME MAILING ADDRESS At the Plumas Pines Moun- tain Classic, Jimmy Rogers and Norm Miller (above) won low gross. The low net winners were Matt Tankersley and Mario Gari. botti (right). Photos submitted CITY STATE __._._ ZIP AGE___ BIRTH DATE PHONE # CA. HUNTING LIC. # HUNTING DOG? YES 3 NO UI APPLICATION FORM MUST BE FILLED OUT COMPLETELY. All California hunting regulations and bag limits apply. Safety rules will be $T~CTLY enforced. Maximum of one hunter per application. Every two junior hunters must be accom- panied by a non-hunting adult 21 years of age or older. 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