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411 Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2001 Bulletin, NoMa Louise Wheeler Rush Joseph O. mehl Joseph B. Riehl, 56, of Bak- ersfield, died Oct. 30, 2001, in Bakersfield. He was born April 14, 1945, in Greenville. Joseph had lived in Bakers- field for the past 20 years, working for the Kern County School District. He loved to come home to Indian Valley often to hunt, fish and visit friends. Joseph was preceded in death by his father, Don Riehl; and brother, John Riehl. Survivors include his wife, Betty Riehl, of Bakersfield; daughter, Barbara Lopez,,of Bakersfield; sons, Don Riel~l, of Oklahoma; and Tom, Rick and Brian Riehl, of Bakers- field; mother, Helen Draper, of Weaverville; sister, Donna Reymer, of Missouri; and brothers, James Riehl, of Illi- nois and Jerry Riehl, of Lewiston. Graveside services were conducted in the Crescent Mills Cemetery Saturday, Nov. 3, by Pastor Fred Kerr, of the Greenville Southern Baptist Church. Nelda Louise Wheeler Rush, 71, of Portola, died Nov. 8, 2001, at Eastern Plumas District Hospital. She was born July 21, 1930, in Fallon, Nev., to Earl and Murgerean Carpenter Wheel- er. Nelda had lived in Portola for the past 30 years, coming from Gerlach, Nev., where she served as justice of the peace from 1966-1971, and deputy county coroner for Northern Washoe County from 1966-1970. In her years in Portola, Nel. da was the cook at several area dinner houses, including the Log Cabin, the Fireside, and Mt. Tomba. She also en- joyed handicrafts. Nelda was preceded in death by a brother and a sis- ter. Survivors include her hus- band, Jim, of Portola; sons, Arthur Ray Mosley, of Ger- lach, Nev., Lloyd Ward Mosley, of Silver Springs, Nev., and Michael Edward Carter, of Anchorage, Alaska; datighter, Vicki Lee Carter, of Indian, Alaska; sisters, Lovet- ta Thrailkill, of Fallon, Nev.; and Sandy Palmer, of Yuba City; brother, Lloyd wheeler, of Oroville; five grandchil- dren and two great-grandchil- dren. A funeral was held Nov. 12 at Manni Funeral Home, in Portola. Private family inurn- ment will take place at a later date. Mackenzie Diane Sherice Spang Mackenzie Diane Sherice Spang was born at 11:25 p.m. Oct. 30, 2001, at Plumas Dis- trict Hospital in Quincy to Paul and Mia Spang, of Greenville. The newborn weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces. Maternal grandparents are Sheila Graves, of Greenville; and Michael Caulfield, of San- ta Rosa. Paternal grandpar- ents are Karl Spang, of West- wood; and Sharon and Mark Kemp, of Las Vegas, Nev. Great-grandparents are Bea and Dwight Sanders, of Cres- cent Mills; Molly McManus and Harris Graves. Great- great-grandmother is Ada Dubeck, of Crescent Mills. Mackenzie joins her sib- | / RS: & ETERY Buy a casket and get a 4~ Urns ~ Head Stones -.~ Granite or Caskets i Serving Lassen & Plumas Counties 704-790 THORNTON lid ' SUSANVILLE e Quincy NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS on Friday, Nov. 16 from 9 am - 4 pm and Saturday, Nov. 17 from 8 am - 2 pm at Sierra Pacific Industries, 1538 Lee Rd., Quincy, CA. EOE Two years experience required. Must be able to work any shift, weekends, and holidays. Must be able to repeatedly lift and carry up to 100 lbs. -Maintenance Meq ic/Millwriq Requires 3 years job related exp. Be proficient in cutting, welding & have basic electrical & hydraulic exp. Industrial maintenance exp. a plus. Must have own tools and be able to lift 50 lbs. repeatedly. Must be able to work any shift, weekends and hol. idays. .eanu RS Good wage and benefiT package. Must be able to work any shift. Past experience working in a mill is not required. Drug test required. I l ,. lings, Austin, 3, and Justin, 8, at home. Ethan Cole Burdyshaw Ethan Cole Burdyshaw was born at 5:23 a.m. Nov. 2, 2001, at Plumas District Hospital to Matthew and Cheryl Bur- dyshaw, of Greenville. The newborn weighed 5 pounds, 7 ounces. Maternal grandparents are Jim and Joanne Taddei, of Greenville. Paternal grand- parents are Siegfried and Jeanne Fiolka, and Terry Burdyshaw, all of Quincy. Great-grandparents are Geraldine Lovosy, of Arkansas, John Bright, Emil and Joyce Taddei, Gerry Johnson, Jim and Pat Griffin, and Bernice Reynolds. Ethan joins Travis, 10, and Kara, 4, at home. Tajanae Rosetta Ann Miles Yager Tajanae Rosetta Ann Miles Yager was born at 8:16 a.m. Oct. 31, 2001, at Plumas Dis- trict Hospital to Robert Miles and Tammy Yager, of Quincy. The baby weighed 4 pounds, 10 ounces, and was 18 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Georgia Lee, of Modesto, and Wayne Yager, of Quincy. Pa- ternal grandparent is Enise Miles, of Sacramento. Great- grandparent is Hazel Williams, of Quincy. Tajanae joins siblings, Tris- tan Sharp, 13, and Mackell Yager, 7, at home. Oct. 9 Beverly J. Masson, of Chester, and Ralph C. Horn- berger, of Lake Almanor. Oct. 12 Mary Louise Williams and Glen Walter Pagenkopp, both of Chico. Oct. 16 Patricia Anna ~antardino ~afld Jay Gabriel Sabelman. both of Lake Ahnanor. Oct. 17 Sonia Rose Curnow and Michael Lee Tanner, both of Quincy. Oct. 22 Noel Adrian. of Quincy, and Lyle Nils Bjelde, of Apache Junction. Ariz.. Oct. 27 Shannon Marie Green and Robert Alan Story, both of Chester. Oct. 30 Dustyn Ann Mitchell and Luke Hamilton Adam, both of Greenville. Oct. 31 Aimee Jo Mercer and Marc Bradhill Black, both of La- Porte. Nov, 2 Starla Kluza Hall and Robert Fredrick Schoelkopf, both of Graeagle. Thanks to everyone who came to Joseph Riehl's funer- al, including Pastor Fred Kerr for a nice service. Spe- cial thanks to Marvin Cun- ningham and family. The Riehl Family Reflectors This is a big thanks to Cal- Trans for the improvements that have been added to High- way 70. With no street lights or other illumination on the highway, the addition of the reflectors on lines have helped and will help everyone to see the lanes more easily, especially in rainstorms at night. Again, my thanks. Barbara Mowrey Having had ten knee surg- eries, many of ~vhich have been done in large city hospi- tals in the past, I've had the best care right here at Plumas District Hospital where I happen to work. I am grateful and would like to ex- tend a big "Thank you" to Karleen, Jim, Marie, Helen, Barb, Cheryl, Debbie, Bruce, Kathren, Linda, Cliff and Dr. Nickel Nickel's last and he will be many. The Veterans in Greenville ever. Special Pastor Dennis Cynthia honor and ins shared; to PlumaS Sheriff's Deputy Indian Valley Hamblin; and U.S. vice representing the in our new war rainy wreath all who entered and all who came to tribute; to our rade organizers . Margie Meeker and Montigny; to for her window to our M.C. Joe eran of In his words pation means you know." Thank President ID By Debra Coates Managing Editor A new Plumas County chapter of the United Way will allow local control of con- tributions made to the popu- lar charity. Prior to the formation of the Plumas County chapter, decisions about how money would be allocated were made by the Lassen County chap- ter. During the board of super- visors' Nov. 6 meeting, Lynn Arnett, area representative for the United Way, discussed the, new, chalater and its poten- ~tial for raising charitable con- tributions in the county. Last year, Plumas County generated $10,(RD--95 percent of which was generated by United States Forest Service employees. To make the United Way truly successful in the county, Arnett said that more employ- ees need access to payroll de- ductions for the charity. When an to make a she can choose will benefit. All spent locally, wise designated ployee. Arnett said that 900,000 nonprofit the United States, Way contributor choose which port. While locally, raised last year, group set a target Board chairman said that he tion of a 10Ci "very positive." "Local people the money will be portant for our he said. Arnett credited 1 rector Marilyn local radio persc Taylor with effort to start t County chapter. FRC world crisis Feather River College willserved in active host a guest speaker Wednes- U.S. Army. day and Friday, Nov. 14 and With his 16. The speaker, Vernon C. ence and educatio~ Bohr, MD, Ph.D., will discuss present a lecture o~ the implications of the cur- sophical and psY rent world crisis, state of the Bohr is a retired assistant Sept. 11 attacks on professor of psychiatry and will conduct a physiology, and served as with the audience. medical director for hospitals The lectures are in Rosemeade, Pomona and will be held fro~ Asuza. He practiced psychia- noon in roorr try from 1964-1996 and has p.m. in the FRC Q AIh,~. ::i::i~i : Are you a PG&E customer? ,,,, Does your income qualify? If you answer YES to these questions, call tod__q_d to in the CARE program at the following locations. Qualifying Family Ch ter ABC Center ~.~ QUALIFYING INCOME* 25842.80 HealthY..~-t income for the CARE program.Wildwood 258-3350 832-1~' size " Gross Annual Income ~valton c.,~l~ Social Services Healthy 1 $22,000 993-6720 284-15~ 2 $22,000 Plumas County Community Dev. 3 $25,900 ' Commission ColP, I 283-2466 256-353 4 $31,100 5 $36,300 Plumas Crisis Intervention 283-5515