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Quincy, California
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December 19, 2001

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Holiday News Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2001 5A m "S" Club elves have busy making Christmas for Quincy tots, [sewing, then stuffing-- that is. tradition for Quincy School service club to give stockings to at the Head Start as well as the spe- day care program at College. Julian, the club's lident, organized this Some club mem- sewed the stockings, others collected gifts to in them. During lunch Dec. 13, club stuffed the stock- selecting appropriate youngsters will re- an assortment of toys, animals, mittens, can- bath and hair care products. In addition to the stock- ings, club members also col- lected toys to donate to the Plumas County SheriWs De- partment program to assist needy families. Sue Gutierrez, the club's adult adviser, said that con- tributions from many indi- viduals made this year's stockings possible, including a generous donation from teacher Beth McMorrow and 75 Beanie Babies from the collection of school librarian Marilyn Christensen. The Soroptimists of Quincy do- nated $125 to the cause. The club also raised money to purchase stocking stuffers by selling tickets for individ- uals to win gingerbread hous- es created by the Ladies of Twain. Members of Quincy High cal preschool children. School's Photo by Debra Coates service club display some of the stocldngs they made and stuffed to give to Io- + t L. Gallagher, Darren Beatty, Danielle Backman end Daniel Shipman gather good- fill stockings for local preschoolers. and spouses of the Iota Chapter of Beta Phi enjoyed a holiday at the Mohawk Caf~ Dec. 10. attending were: He- Frank Davis; Marcia Detrick; Judy and Eisenman; Helen and Joy Furtado; and Ed Harris; Joy Rita Marshall; Mary and Ray Mathes; Bar- and Gene Norman; Vi Orange; and Abby of the Gamma Io- celebrated Christ- 'With a luncheon and a se- i aister exchange of gifts. festivities took place at exquisitely decorated of Shal:on Thon on Dec. Marshall held a and in- the group that they outstanding job with ways and means pro- Members then to make donations to the local cancer soci- club. enjoying a wonderful prepared by the host- June Biggs the group by two short poems. The Was a humorous one prayer, and the other about sharing. After- members were enter- by Leer, who sang renditions of You Lonesome Tonight" "A Few of My Favorite afternoon ended with exchanging lovely one another and re- their secret identities. were: Pres- June Big- Cobb Helen Davis, Derrick Judy Eisen- Joy Fur- Jacqui Harris, Joy Dorothy McDonald, Ann Mathes, Barbara Vi Orange, Abby Sharon Thon and Car- Make shopping easy for that special someone! Easy Holiday Gifts Are Plumas Pine Shopping Center, Quincy 283-2320 8Tt! 3Ro MONTH: Who should we tell first? 5TII MONTH: Do we need a bigger house? r ~ MONTH: ttow will we invest for the baby's futu e+ It's nice to have a simple answer for a change. So here's one+ Nov,' the person you turn to for your insurance needs is the I:~rson you can talk to before you invest7 Ask me about getting started with State Farm Mutual Funds'" for as little as $50 a month." Richard K. Stockton, CLU,ChFC Agent Lic. #01368653 65 West Main Street, Quincy (530) 283-0565 ~ t~=t wttf, =, C..ood p~t~r'- From left, Daniel Shipman, Darren Beatty, Beau Blanton and Clark Steele find "boy" toys for the stockinJ(s they are filUng. I 1