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- [ye a7 out the shadow box that will he the , add possibly other childlmod mementos. new Photo by Alicia Higbee home foe his baby Continued from page 36 shadow boxes, and'their search ended. Angie has a grandson who loved tO carry and sleep with his blanke(long after his tender childhood years too. She not only made Schwartz shadow boxes for less than the Chico store, she added a special feature, just for the boys. The shadow boxes can be opened in an emergency, so the boys can remove their treasures for a touch or a hug, if they want to. Nine days Father and sons made the trip up tO Greenville to col- lect the shadow boxes. Dad tried to hide the boar and blanket that morning, but the sons were not quite ready to give them up yet. Bear and blanket made the trip, too. Angle was taken with them, and she delight- ed in showing the two excit- ed boys how to open their boxes. She told them the story about her grandson's blanket, and how he reluctantly gave it up at age 12. Noah used to hide it when his friends came over, Adrien said in a whisper to the boys. The boys were enthralled. When Noah Ymally gave up his "blankie," there were only ragged threads left. Adrien's daughter, Pamela Lyons, a Pennsylvania jewelry maker, carefully arranged some of the threads into an oval shape, small enough to cup in the palm of her hand. Then she cast it in silver, added a polished stone in the center and a necklace chain. "I was thrilled to get it," Adrien said of the pendant, when she held it out to show the boys. She knew how important Noah's blanket was to him, and is proud to carry around his "blankie" strings. Bryan and Nate were pretty thrilled with their shadow boxes, too. 9 victims or domestic violence and ssaultlchild abuse. tsule ',. IsT AM-3 PM IT]EMS AT 9 AJt4 $1o, moo 911 MAIN STREET * SUSANVlLLE * 257-4599 24 HOUR CRISIS UN[ 2S1-S004 * OUT OF AREA 1-888-289-S004 III I IH I I Make Your Own Gifts For The Holidays Country Crafts | Custom Framing Special Orders c,,, Available J International Phone Cards I and ship! UPS Pick-Ups Exclusive Monday - Friday 257-2500 530 Ash St. Susanville it I