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12A Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014 Feather River Bulletin J COMMUNITY CORNER Gerald Francis Kinney sister-in-law Rick and Linda hMw sE70EanT819 cN2utSh N3.5[ 62 f?mo[oLr? Beacham. G ATI_I E D/KI 2Q i Gerald joins his loving A B S L wife, Barbara, who passed WEEKLY , .... . . from this life in March 2009, Thursday, Dec. 11 P " " • . y • - 8 and a daughter, Steffin, who AA noon 260 County permitting. 283-1145. Bright, 836-1454 or Jackie information. I passed from this life in HOspital Road, Court'house quincyshooting.com. Lucky, 836-2232. California Women in I / I October 2001, in their eternal Annex - Orchard House AA, 7 p.m., Methodist Timber, Paradise Grill I I home. uinc 24 ho r i fo" 877 Church, 282 Jackson St, (subject to change), Quincy, Q y. - u n . ( ) .. • " I The family wishes to thank 880-3880 Saturdau De" 1" Qumcy. 24-hour info: (877) 1st & 3rd Tues., 6 p.m. I David and Carol Prowdley for Quincy Cribbage Group. NA noon, 26 Coun 880-3880. I their dedicated and loving Ever-" Th ...... ' • . Girl Scouts, all levels" y Hosnital Rn d .... +*, ..... " I care giving during Gerald's ,. .. ........... v.o D i " r " Come early and have lunch. Annex - Orchard House.. . a sins, B ownles and. , Wednesday, Dec. 1 7 IB final months. Round Table P=za. No dues Jumors, graces.. lrstBaby Bounce Story Time. A celebration of Gerald's .~.~ -.vj. " an " * or fees. AA p.....,, d mzra tvmnaays, o.15 Infants 0 to 24 months, / life was held Sunday, Dec. 7, 9 t U ~@,111. ~UU ~UU, III,~V "n Women s Support Group .... ,i. .....p.m, Qm cy Elementary. Wednesdays 10 a.m., Plumas Every Thurs., 1-2 p.m., Annex= )rc] a;d House. Cassie Cooper, 530-249-6165. County Library Quincy m m at the First Baptist Church of Plumas Crisis Center, 591 uinc ......... -" branch. 445 Jackson St. Retired U.S. Marine Corps Quincy. Interment with full oo 0 38 0 z4-nour xmo. Preschool Storytime. Master Sgt. Gerald Francis military honors will take Main St., Quincy. Call 283- peacefully, surrounded by his National Cemetery at a later 5515. Dukes of Plumas Tuesday, Dec. 1 6 StaOmr es,l o. gs, crafts and Kinney passed from this life place in the Arlington AI-Anon, 5:30 p.m., United CrihhA ln- - Knitting and Crochet g • : ' ., Methodist Church, upstairs a. m[st rt Dlav' l'a lz .... "" group, 12 p.m.-l:30 plm., Community Meeting Room, loving family, Tuesday date. An opportunity to in back. For families & ,wry £ t wd' v Mr" Quincy library meeting Quincy Library, 445 Jackson morning, Dec. 2, 2014, express condolences to the ..................... • • , following a courageous battle family and sign the memorial , • with cancer, guest register is available Born Jan. 13, 1939, in online at Detroit, Michigan, to the late fehrmanmortuary.com. Donald .and Arlene (Hall) The family asks that any Kinney, he was raised inremembrances in Gerald's Frankfort, Michigan, where memory be made to either the he attended and graduated American Cancer Society or from Frankfort High School the Wounded Warriors and lettered in football. Program, c/o Fehrman Shortly following his high Mortuary and Crematory, school graduation GeraldP.O. Box 53, Quincy, CA 95971. retiring after 20 years of Mary Louise Miller honorable and decorated service to his country. Gerald ..... served three tours of duty in Vietnam, for w. hich he was awarded two Purple Hearts and the Vietnam Cross of :,i .... Gallantry. .... While stationed at the Barstow Logistics Supply Depot he met the love of his life, Barbara. The couple was soon united in matrimony Jan. 15, 1972, in the Newberry Springs Community Church. Following his discharge from the military, Gerald m rlumas err om B r ow Quincy resident Mary went to work for the a st • • Louise Miller passed from Logmtms Supply Depot, e ed with this life peacefully after where he was mploy the civil service as a friends and family said farewells at the Quincy warehouse supervisor, " • " 1 al and Nursing and Rehabilitation retiring after 20 oy dedicated years of service. Center early Tuesday The couple moved to the morning, Dec. 2, 2014. Born mountain community of June 18, 1928, in Geary, Meadow Valley in 2003. Oklahoma, to Georgia natives Gerald was an artist at James and Corn Mac woodworking while also (Bramblett) Knight, Mary was St r'or lmormauon, call the da s conaomnces to meandmmnyWife aria frmnds of alcoholics. Tomba room. All skill levels • ' i Boy Scouts Troop 130, 6:30 " welcome. For more info, hbrar.y, 283-6310. . i p.m., LDS Church, 55 Lynn Sheehy, 283-6310. American Valley i Bellamy Ln. Call Dale AA meeting, noon, 260 Toastmasters. Every Wed., i Stokes, 283-3661. .._ / County Hospital Road, 12-1 p.m., Plumas Bank ! Blue Star Morns, 7 p.m., n.oo ztio t ounty Courthouse Annex - Credit Administration Masonic Lodge, Harbison osp mt oad, CourthouseOrchard House, Quincy. 24- building, 32 Central Ave., ! AnneXforUrCnara,= House Quincy. (Behmd Safeway.) Manley, son Darrell Miller Street, Quincy. ^ . - • hour info: (877) 880-3880. " • " • i Chamber of Commerce, mncy. : ^^ Bingo, every Tuesday, for For more info, contact Kathy, p m, women omy, 283 7618 Open to all and her precious 11 Express Coffee Shop Quincy. " un' "H" . .. . residents of Country Villa- • 283-0188. • .zy ospzm tmaa, Healthcare Center, Quincy. interested in developing Plumas County Fire Safe uourmouse Annex - 2:30 p.m. Sponsored by their speaking and Council (PC Fso, 9 -11 Orchard House. Quincy. Country Villa Pink Ladies. leadership skills, joined the U.S. Marine Corps, a.m., Plumas Co. Planning & New volunteers needed. Call AA meeting, noon, 260 Building Services office, 555 Betty H0skins, 283-1616. County Hospital Road, Main St., Quincy Second Monday, Dec, 15 Overeaters Anonymous Courthouse Annex- Thursdays. Open to the Soroptimist International meeting, 5 p.m., 260 County Orchard House, Quincy. 24- pubhc. ,. For more lnfo:of Q m,'ncy, noon to I p.m. Hospital Road, Courthouse hour info: (877) 880-3880. pmmasnresam.org; emau: Moon s restaurant. Annex- Orchard House, Senior lunch, Blairsden, nils@deercreekresources.co NA meeting, noon, 260 Quincy. noon, Mohawk Community m . County Hospital Road, NA, 7 p.m., Methodist Resource Center. Call 836- xpmrer Post 81, Quincy Courthouse Annex - Church, 282 Jackson St., 0446 for reservations. VolunteerFzre Dept. Orchard House, Quincy. Quincy. Grief Group, Community xpiorer rrogram, mee Rotary Club, Mineral Bible Study. (King James • United Methodist Church. zna and am 'l nursaays. for Building, fairgrounds, noon. version) 7-8 p.m., Church of Join Pastor Donna at noon line cau aran Anderson,all 2 2 C 83- 127. Jesus Christ of Latter-Day to begin or continue the 530-276-1 3.. .. Boy Scout Troop 151, Saints, 55 Bellamy Lane, process of healing. Open to" reamer 1liver esource on ...... M ., 6 p.m. Scoutmaster Quincy. Open to all. Bibles everyone. Call the church onservatmn uistrict Jan Jensen, 283-2209 foravailable. Call 530-953-7790 office, 283-1740, for more oara meeting, znd Thurs., location, for more info. info. .P..., ._ ... L; . p. Duplicate Bridge. Every Plumas-Sierra Quincy Community ulncy FUDIlC welcome zu; Mend • . . • " ay, 6:30 p.m., Resource Cattlewomen, 3rd Tues. Supper 6 p.m every Wed, 7512 for more lnm. Center, Blairsden, corner of location varies. Claudia United Methodist Church Barnes, 283-2247. Free. " _ r ....... Surplus Commodities. AA 7 n m, Methodist Friday, Dec. 12 I Dzstmbuted free, 3rd Church, 282 Jackson St, AA, noon, 260 County ' Tuesdays of the month. You Quincy. 24-hour info" (877) Hospital Road, Courthouse must be at the CAN 880-3880 "- " Annex- Orchard House. building, behind St. John's International Order of Quincy. 24-hour info: (877) FI Catholic Church on Rainbow ifls n m 880-3880. Lawrence St., Quincy, Masonic Temple" " NA, 6:00 P.m., 260 County I between 10-10.:30 a.m. Call " Hospital Road, Courthouse t ~~ ~'': • ...... ................. enjoying coin collecting and raised on the family farm Annex- Orchard House. ! , ,, ...... ,, 'Z • collecting military artifacts, outside of Calumet, Quincy. !"t U !-! 1"- especially those related to the Oklahoma. She attended Trap Shoot 1 p m, adults i ' • Mariz e Corps He found school at Center Grove, i j' i Calvan/Chapel Quincy Meadow Valley Communib/ relaxation in reading a good Oklahoma. port ........ nootmg .a.ssoe, On i283-4463. 1953 E. Main, Mdl Creek 283-4259, 48 Cemetery Rd, Meadow book and watching both theOn June 24, 1946, Mary • " Shopping Center, E. Quincy. Valley, office: 353 Jackson St, #100, history and military channels Louise married her best Quincy " , on television. , friend, Manley Oliver Miller, : /AqT s /^we: Christian Life Fellowship Our Savior Lutheran A member of the First a neighbor farmer in E1 Rune, : .... ,..,, Lr ,x,_ ,-=..v,-,..,.,, ' 283-0345 317 First St., E. Quincy. 283-2546. Church & High Sts., Baptist Church of Quincy, Oklahoma. To this union, two ! TEMPERATURES Quincy. tCurrent 4,477.35Christ the King Episcopal Gerald served as a churchsons and three daughters trustee while also teaching were born, Dec 1 52 39 37 ₯1 YearAgo 4,480.74283-0254,mncc 545 Lawrence St., Seventh-Day Adventist Sunday school In 1955, the family relocated . . "" ** Q ' y. hristthekingquincy.org 310-2042 or 283-3092, 2333 Pine St., In passing, Gerald leaves from Oklahoma to Plumas Dec. 2 42 38 .02 -. Lake Almanor Capacity Quincy. his daughters Geri Lynn County. Eventually settling Dec. 350 382.22 .. tCurrent 725,623Church of Christ Holliman, of Meadow Valley, in Quincy, Mary Louise ₯1 Year/ go 804,920 s .... 13 .c 4 4_.q 39 2.26 ...... 283-1191, 152 E Jackson St, Spring of Hope Christian 'Brenna Norris and her enjoyed a 30-year career with , Quincy . Fellowship Dec. 549 42 .79 -- Bucks Lake Elevation ' Pete 283 1613 or John 927-7626 husband Robert, of Oak Plumas District Hospital, first Dec 6 56 42 94 tCurrent 5,133 53 ' " ' ' ' Harbor, Washm ton; and as a cook and retiring as a • ' " ₯1 Year Ano 5 125"97 Church of Jesus Christ of 59 Bell Ln., Quincy. ' Dec. 743 38 .07 -. . ' " Latter Day Saints his son Erick Kinney, dietician. . Total precipitation, July 1,2014, to date: Bucks Lake **Capacity 283-2170, 55 Bellamy Ln., Quincy. St. John's Catholic Churchcurrently serving his country Mary is a former member 1 ...... , along with his wife Sarah of the Quincy Assembly of 3.3 premp; snow 0 tCurrent 65,471 . 283-0890, 176 Lawrence St., Qu,ncy. Gerald also leaves his " God Church. She enjoyed the This date 2013.4 2" nrecin, 6" snow ₯1 Year Ago 54 021 Community United Methodist • • . grandchildren: Amber, art of cooking and she ' 2013 14 terns' 21 91 total-re(i- 7' on"w 283-1740 282 Jackson St. Quincy Starlight Missionary Baptist Dwayne, Jamie, Lily Rose,occasionally found enjoyment " •, • v v,. .... Elevat on above sea level in ft • • • • .. _ . • qumc method=st.or 283-1505 171 Redbur Ave. Qumc. 20!2-13. 37.93 total premp, 23.75 snow. *'Storage in acre n Y g g Y Jack, Hadlee, Emma, in trying her luck playing (Weather year is July 1 to June 30) 'rDe’ 7, 2014 ' Madison and Conner; nickel slots in Reno. Her h,, u,,,, r .... • First Baptist 283-1160, 74 Reese Truth Tabernacle of Quincy, ..... e, .... • ............ ₯Dec 12013 ..... St., Quincy. fl 'quincy.org. 260-8006, 2205 East Main St., eat-grandchi]dren Bryce, family, especiaUy her Izabel and James; and grandchildren, waF the . facebook.com/firstbaptistquincy Quincy. brother-in-law and passion of her later life. IIIIII iiii In passing, Mary leaves her weamer Forecast Quincy .... -, .......... , son Gary Miller Wednesday, Dec.lO Thursday, Dec.11 : Friday, Dec.12 . - :. - - : ' PUB L I C Valerie, of Oakley; daughters T Janice L. O'Brien, of Quincy, Sunrise 7:17-Sunset 4:42 Sunrise 7:18--Sunset 4:42 Sunrise 7:18--Sunset 4:42 O T I C E and Carolyn J. Hughes and =.a I =.e =.a 5ll NWNevada husband Donald, of Oroville; t"'k'-'~ ,~r,~ .... ' "~ ~'/-~-X~/,"'-"',~//~ , 12"35 a m 10:52 p.m. ,~ 4:45 ~.m.~11~ 2:55 D.m. _ _ ,. earthquake 4[ =., . . z z, ,Lw r surges. ;5 • ' ' ~ /// il/li "11/12 1/1}--1"f/12 .... , NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a mobile- i, i;,'~ ~'= ,. ; ,7 ' ;,/// 9:30 p.m. '1' B 3 42"a m | 499 events, : ' =~ , "~// 11/12 eYt~ 11/10~= 8 M 45 home, registered to Brenda Perkins, grandchildren and 14 ~ ; ~ | 68 M 3s and described as a 1998 Brookfield mobile- great-grandchildren. " , ...... + /;~,/ 2.8 ' I ~'J~ ~J'~..~' '~', ' 3:4, a.m. ~ ~ k ~aP/eeak~ " : " Numberh°me' Decal Number LB12249, Serial MaryjoJ/ls her husband__ _ . LJ ~-'J,--~_~r~--,-~,-., _.~,~_~ 11/10 @ ~" ~'f ~'~ '~ a~4"eaK/4[J/k • & [ 1 4 (~.--.~.~.~_...%J ~ Redding ~'~-~_ ~/~" "'%'~usanville ~I 11:el"p.m. 1DFLV04A72172BF13/IDFLVO4B72~72BFI .... L In ~ m N rn r and daughter L,aurmea Y~ A 30% chance rain, mainly Rain, heavy at times. High 70% chance showers, z8 /"~~h-=~ter ~ :~| H/7 3, abel/ s'g "a u be IDA166872/IDA1 . • afler4pm.Partlysunny, near 45. Windy, gustsupto Cloudy, high near 39. 2.26",-,m'~'f~~~i~i:~' ~'"~'%.,,~L I k~, / 66873, and stored on property within the Dabner in their eternal home. with a high near 49. Winds 50mph. ',,/12" " '~;~/.~"-L'~ .~' ".+~ : / Shady Pines Mobilehome Park, at1750Lee AcelebrationofMary'slife upto 28 mph. 2 8 ~ ~'- ~ :: ) %' "%"~ ~%= (~) Road, Quincy, County of Plumas, California will take place at mraveside {specifically the space designated as Space alon sideher latehusband in ~b b ~:~.,g~----~b b ’, ,,-~ 3:13"a.m. 'I ~,--N"(" LQuincy. Portola '"~ ~ ~ 56 within the park), will be sold by auction at ,, ~ .... b c-r b ,.% b /\ ,,/\ ;,,.= ico \ _ = " ; lY ! 1.1 the mobilehome park at 1750 Lee Road. tHe ulncy Jast Lawn .._..b~b~b ~;b ~JO~J .2._7( k )'+ \ ~,+,, "~'C/~~------Z-~+ L~ 1~++'~ P+m, Quincy, County of Plumas, California Cemetery at 1 p,m. Friday, weonesaay rdght: Rain 2:56 a.m.~ e~ -----/~ / .- -- ' % ~ (specifically the space designated as Space Dec 12' o 11/11 ' mainly after 10pm. Low Thursday Night: 100'/0 Fdday Night: A chance of provil~e~ -, ~./..j"~ _ ~ [_ ! ]~/ 56 within the park), on December 22., 2014, An opportumty" express around 38. Windy, gusts up' chance showers. Low rain showers. Mostly Is~ ~ ~o'e (~om~. mo"ozl /_. _-- _~,J,. C;''7--- //~...,.~_ ~=~ ~p,~q'~L:~ at yll:00as a.m.,may beandnecessary,SUCh succeedmgand thesaleSpro- " " ' ....... to 50 mph. around 32. cloudy, low around 29. ~ ] • ~ 1 ~ ~ ~-;4~-~ ’1~ ,~ M~UM 30;'n~m " "~ ~ I ~.i~ 1.1 ceeds of the sales will be applied to the sat- sign the memorial guest ..... 146~m Saturday, Dec 13 Sunday, Dec 14 Monda Dec 15 (.,,}1 ~2 3 4+ '11/"3 " 11/8 I 3:16a.m. . • + • y, . I~ O . '+~ 1~/4 isfaction of the lien, including the reasonable register is available online at charges of notice, advertisement, and sale. fehrmanmortuarv eom Sunrise 7:1P--Sunset 4:42 Sunrise 7:20--Sunset 4:43 Sunrise 7:21 --Sunset 4:43 ~=m=~mm ~m . ., ....... This sale is conducted on a cash or certified ................ " " . . .. • ~ largest event occurreo. It was ro,towea fund basis only (cash, cashier's check or • ~ ~ ...o by a robust aftershocks sequence and travelers' checks only). Personal checks ' =,,o f the re r ~r ~ ~ Ct ;'} ~S ~e~ 0 0 ~ by the end o po tmg per od theand/or business checks are not acceptable. 41~=!11~~ ~11 ~ ~i1t ~j~_ J~>~ ..~)I }k-'> ~_~ ~ • '* sequence had .pr°duced 203 earth- . Payment is due and payable immediately ~~ :~ ,~, ~ j'~'=[- e~.~ C.J)]. At12:35a.m.Tuesday, November I1, an quakes, mcludmg54M2sbutnomorem "~'~"~ ~ ~ c.~//l]~,, earthquake measuring M 3.9 occurred at the M 3 range. The sequence is o.ngoing, following the sale. No exceptions. The "'~~~ mobilehome, and/or contents are sold as is, , "" "~,+-'~ ~ ~ ~L~"*" the Lassen Peak. The focal depth was 3.9 This was the first M 3 quake at Lassen where is, with no guarantees.Tn .~p_nd nr innuire about +~- .qm miles below the surface. It Was widely Peak since 2001 and the largest since a A slight chance of rain A slight chance of snow Chance of snow Mostly felt from 0roville to Redding to Susan- robust swarm in 1953. This sale is conducted under the authority of ........ "1. and snow showers showers Partly sunny, cloudy, high near 41 - ville, but there were no reports of dam- • The earthquake swarm in northern California.. . Civil. Code 798.56a and having an obituary" or legal Do,,,, ~, -,,, , ;,,.++. ~ ,=^, ~.~..~.......; ,,, ' age or injuries The activtybegan on Washoe County, Nevada jumped into high uommercml Cone 7210. ,n;;~3;,,n.y .... . a "'9" ",9..~a,,.,. Tuesday, Dec, 16 November 7 with a series of six Mls, then gear, producing nearly 500 earthquakes, DATED: November 26, 2014 notice printed in our • .41 ~ Sunrise 7"21-Sunset 4"43 paused on November 8, surged on the including eight M 4s and 68 M 3s. The larg- JOSEPH W. CARROLL, Attorney at Law, , ~., ~ ~ " 9th with22 events and thel0th with23 est jolts measured M4.handM4.6and 1231 1 Street, Suite 203, Sacramento, CA newspaper, please sen(] ~'~ + ) ~ b,* ~ ~'L~k events, then shortly after midnight,the occurred November 7 and 12. 95814 (916) 443-9000 - - . ~+~~ ~"~ ~ t~ ~~ PublishedFRB your ema,, Here: "~ Sunday Night: A slight ~ !~j~ "+ II~' " '' "' '' ' ' • ' Dec. 10, 17, 20141 . typesetting Saturday Night: Mostly chance of rain. Mostly ,, .. ".. '..." ", .., + + :, ; cloudy, low around 24. cloudy, lowaround 29. %~:~:;" ~, , - ;;,. : -, . ,- . .- . ,- . - - EmaJ] public notices to:@plumasnews.com typesetting @ plumasnews.com