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8C Tuesday, :July 18, 2000 Lassen County JIM ROGERS Jim Rogers, 62, died Friday, June 9, 2000, at his residence in Susanville, Calif. He was born in Chico, Texas, May 9, 1938 and had been a Plumas County resident, resid- ing just over the county line on Janesville Grade for 14 years. He lived in Susanville since 1997. He had served in the U.S. Army for two years as a photo- journalist, and had been em- ployed by the U.S. Government as a remote photographer for 23 years. He had attended Hancock College in Lompoc. He was proud of his Cherokee/Choctaw ancestry, and held Native American beliefs. He was also a member of the Moose Lodge. Survivors include his son, Cole Rogers, of Phoenix, Ariz.; stepsons, Shelby Rodriguez of Milford, Utah and Kirby Ro- driguez of San Antonio, Texas; and sister, Linda Rogers of Ft. Worth, Texas. Memorial graveside services were held at the Janesville Cemetery on Wednesday, July 12, at one p.m. The family requests dona- tions be made in his memory to Indigenous Spiritual Leader, Charlie Stormowl Duncan, 12499 Fern Road East, Whit- more, Calif. 96096. RACHEL LYDIA PIRCEN Rachel Lydia Pircen, 78, died iUiqlrJ[llS & CEMETERY SUPPLIES AVAILABLE 7 DAYS 8 AM PM 257-6705 Great Rate. Great Room. PER NIGHT 'X' SUN.- THURS JULY & AUGUST, 2000 SILVER CLUB HOTEUCASINO Victorian Square, Sparks. NV Across from the Nuet * wtw.silverclub.com "Single or double occuPancY Offer expcnN 8-31-00 exclu(;hng hOiNys and slcal even Sublect to avahty WHY PAY MORE? choose a factory built HOME OF THE FUTURE! INCLUDES SET-UP, CA SALES TAX 3 BDRM - 2 BATH 40' x 24' utlfui  with upgded idtcn, r, gar disposal, porcelain sinks in baths, upgraded insulation & 60 Ib, snow load. Model A902 INCLUDES SET4JP, D & CA SALES TAX 4 BDRM - 2 BATH Tape & texture throughout, large Island kitchen, solid oak cabi- nets, potscmbber dish washer, self clean oven, 20 cu. ft. refrig- erator, w/Ice, water dispenser, walk-in pantry, 60 lb. snow load, R-38 roof, R-19 wall, R-33 floor, skylight & upgrades galore! Model 0698-M SAVINGS ON MANY MORE IN-STOCK MODELS! ..... - a "s "cs St ti ti : ?  . Thursday, June 29, at Washoe Medical Center in Reno, Nev. after a long illness. She was born in Monroe, Tenn. on Jan. 17, 1922. She was employed by the Sierra Army Depot during the war; and was a nurse at the Lassen Hospital and Susanville Convalescent Hospital for more than 30 years. She was preceded in death by her husband of many years, Arthur Piercen, in 1985. She is survived by her son, William Thomas Lakes, of Cool, Calif.; stepdaughter, Carol Beckett of Nubieber, Calif.: brother and sister-in-law, Ken- neth and Wavelene Kroger of Wapakoneta, Ohio; grandchil- dren; great-grandchildren; nieces; nephews and many long time friends in this area. No services will be held due to her wishes. JEROLD LEE WARNER JR. Jerold Lee Warner Jr., 29, died Wednesday, July 7, 2000, in Sparks, Nev. as a result of a forklift accident. He was born in Fairbanks, Alaska to Jerold Lee Warner St. and Nancy M. Victory. He had lived in the California and Nevada area for the past 10 years, coming from Iceland. He had worked as a forklift operator. He is survived by his par- ents, who reside in Doyle, Calif.; grandparents, Junior and Muri- al Warner of GrassvaUey, Calif.; grandmother, Catherine Den- ning of Yam Hill, Ore.; brother, Raymond of Dolye, Calif.; nu- merous aunts and uncles; fi- ancee, Karen Huges and her daughter, Elizabeth Hughes of Susanville, Calif. A memorial service was held Friday, July 14, at the Doyle Cemetery, in Doyle, Calif. In- urnment followed in the Doyle Cemetery. RICHARD ALAN FRrn'ER Richard Alan Fritter, 55, died Tuesday, July 4, 2000, from a gun shot accident. He was born Jan. 19, 1945 in Chico, Calif. He grew up in Chico, gradu- ating from Chico High School. He was a cement truck driver for 20 years. He moved to Su- sanviUe 25 years ago. He was a the Teamsters Union. He liked to hunt fish. He enjoyed cars and made a of an old He was preceded his father, Survivors er, Ruby I. Fritter of Wash.; daughter, Fritter of Chico, sell A. Fritter of sister, Sherry Kenswick, Wash.; children; one nephew. A private family will be held. 110% PRICE GUARANTEE *Ceasar's 3aarantee HERE'S JUST A FEW EXAMPLES OF Ham" WE 2000 CHEVY CAVAUER 2D COUPE S12 Package, color side moldings, cargo area convemence net color-keyed front and rear easy-entry passenger seat after rebate i 200 GMC 112 TON 4]L4 REG CAB i}21,970 AM/FM a ter rebat= DOORS, I / PKG, MSRP $Z5/ 2000 CHEVY SILVERADO 112 TON XCAB $22,988 after 2000 GRAND AM SE 2 SEDAN $17,494. after rebate V6, cruise power windows stereo w/cd, graphic equalizer performance system, . .ntry, and much n MSRP $20, ..... 2000 CHEVY TRAIL BLAZER 10 .=11= =.  ..... , . 4x4, 31 vO, a/t, indigo _iI1 mirror  blue metallic exterior with beige leather trim, trail aer riLeebt I  55" blaze 0kg inOudes = - heated driver Seat, p/w/I, tilt, cruise, ce, roof rack, tinted glass, upgraded wheels. ' msrp $32,391 #240895 ' 2000 BUICK CENTURY HID SEDAN }20 a er rebate  control, power trim, - MSRP ]000 CHEVY CAMARO I28SS COUPE 2000 GMC C[IkSIC SIERU 1TON $21 differential, b =o_-,_nl,- 1 4 ",,y:: t manual trans., T-tops, ' 41 1 ,. leather interior 12 disc CE | cooler, 29 after rebate  changer, P/W/L, tilt whee, arter rebate _ 7400 v8 cruise, keyless entry, fast speed auto deterrence system p/seat, -:'. overddv more. plate, a/c, tilt MSRP $30,890 # 164490 speed control, stereO MSRP #1Z BUI{E" TRUCKS s,,= . 283-0600 8C Tuesday, :July 18, 2000 Lassen County JIM ROGERS Jim Rogers, 62, died Friday, June 9, 2000, at his residence in Susanville, Calif. He was born in Chico, Texas, May 9, 1938 and had been a Plumas County resident, resid- ing just over the county line on Janesville Grade for 14 years. He lived in Susanville since 1997. He had served in the U.S. Army for two years as a photo- journalist, and had been em- ployed by the U.S. Government as a remote photographer for 23 years. He had attended Hancock College in Lompoc. He was proud of his Cherokee/Choctaw ancestry, and held Native American beliefs. He was also a member of the Moose Lodge. Survivors include his son, Cole Rogers, of Phoenix, Ariz.; stepsons, Shelby Rodriguez of Milford, Utah and Kirby Ro- driguez of San Antonio, Texas; and sister, Linda Rogers of Ft. Worth, Texas. Memorial graveside services were held at the Janesville Cemetery on Wednesday, July 12, at one p.m. The family requests dona- tions be made in his memory to Indigenous Spiritual Leader, Charlie Stormowl Duncan, 12499 Fern Road East, Whit- more, Calif. 96096. RACHEL LYDIA PIRCEN Rachel Lydia Pircen, 78, died iUiqlrJ[llS & CEMETERY SUPPLIES AVAILABLE 7 DAYS 8 AM PM 257-6705 Great Rate. Great Room. PER NIGHT 'X' SUN.- THURS JULY & AUGUST, 2000 SILVER CLUB HOTEUCASINO Victorian Square, Sparks. NV Across from the Nuet * wtw.silverclub.com "Single or double occuPancY Offer expcnN 8-31-00 exclu(;hng hOiNys and slcal even Sublect to avahty WHY PAY MORE? choose a factory built HOME OF THE FUTURE! INCLUDES SET-UP, CA SALES TAX 3 BDRM - 2 BATH 40' x 24' utlfui  with upgded idtcn, r, gar disposal, porcelain sinks in baths, upgraded insulation & 60 Ib, snow load. Model A902 INCLUDES SET4JP, D & CA SALES TAX 4 BDRM - 2 BATH Tape & texture throughout, large Island kitchen, solid oak cabi- nets, potscmbber dish washer, self clean oven, 20 cu. ft. refrig- erator, w/Ice, water dispenser, walk-in pantry, 60 lb. snow load, R-38 roof, R-19 wall, R-33 floor, skylight & upgrades galore! Model 0698-M SAVINGS ON MANY MORE IN-STOCK MODELS! ..... - a "s "cs St ti ti : ?  . Thursday, June 29, at Washoe Medical Center in Reno, Nev. after a long illness. She was born in Monroe, Tenn. on Jan. 17, 1922. She was employed by the Sierra Army Depot during the war; and was a nurse at the Lassen Hospital and Susanville Convalescent Hospital for more than 30 years. She was preceded in death by her husband of many years, Arthur Piercen, in 1985. She is survived by her son, William Thomas Lakes, of Cool, Calif.; stepdaughter, Carol Beckett of Nubieber, Calif.: brother and sister-in-law, Ken- neth and Wavelene Kroger of Wapakoneta, Ohio; grandchil- dren; great-grandchildren; nieces; nephews and many long time friends in this area. No services will be held due to her wishes. JEROLD LEE WARNER JR. Jerold Lee Warner Jr., 29, died Wednesday, July 7, 2000, in Sparks, Nev. as a result of a forklift accident. He was born in Fairbanks, Alaska to Jerold Lee Warner St. and Nancy M. Victory. He had lived in the California and Nevada area for the past 10 years, coming from Iceland. He had worked as a forklift operator. He is survived by his par- ents, who reside in Doyle, Calif.; grandparents, Junior and Muri- al Warner of GrassvaUey, Calif.; grandmother, Catherine Den- ning of Yam Hill, Ore.; brother, Raymond of Dolye, Calif.; nu- merous aunts and uncles; fi- ancee, Karen Huges and her daughter, Elizabeth Hughes of Susanville, Calif. A memorial service was held Friday, July 14, at the Doyle Cemetery, in Doyle, Calif. In- urnment followed in the Doyle Cemetery. RICHARD ALAN FRrn'ER Richard Alan Fritter, 55, died Tuesday, July 4, 2000, from a gun shot accident. He was born Jan. 19, 1945 in Chico, Calif. He grew up in Chico, gradu- ating from Chico High School. He was a cement truck driver for 20 years. He moved to Su- sanviUe 25 years ago. He was a the Teamsters Union. He liked to hunt fish. He enjoyed cars and made a of an old He was preceded his father, Survivors er, Ruby I. Fritter of Wash.; daughter, Fritter of Chico, sell A. Fritter of sister, Sherry Kenswick, Wash.; children; one nephew. A private family will be held. 110% PRICE GUARANTEE *Ceasar's 3aarantee HERE'S JUST A FEW EXAMPLES OF Ham" WE 2000 CHEVY CAVAUER 2D COUPE S12 Package, color side moldings, cargo area convemence net color-keyed front and rear easy-entry passenger seat after rebate i 200 GMC 112 TON 4]L4 REG CAB i}21,970 AM/FM a ter rebat= DOORS, I / PKG, MSRP $Z5/ 2000 CHEVY SILVERADO 112 TON XCAB $22,988 after 2000 GRAND AM SE 2 SEDAN $17,494. after rebate V6, cruise power windows stereo w/cd, graphic equalizer performance system, . .ntry, and much n MSRP $20, ..... 2000 CHEVY TRAIL BLAZER 10 .=11= =.  ..... , . 4x4, 31 vO, a/t, indigo _iI1 mirror  blue metallic exterior with beige leather trim, trail aer riLeebt I  55" blaze 0kg inOudes = - heated driver Seat, p/w/I, tilt, cruise, ce, roof rack, tinted glass, upgraded wheels. ' msrp $32,391 #240895 ' 2000 BUICK CENTURY HID SEDAN }20 a er rebate  control, power trim, - MSRP ]000 CHEVY CAMARO I28SS COUPE 2000 GMC C[IkSIC SIERU 1TON $21 differential, b =o_-,_nl,- 1 4 ",,y:: t manual trans., T-tops, ' 41 1 ,. leather interior 12 disc CE | cooler, 29 after rebate  changer, P/W/L, tilt whee, arter rebate _ 7400 v8 cruise, keyless entry, fast speed auto deterrence system p/seat, -:'. overddv more. plate, a/c, tilt MSRP $30,890 # 164490 speed control, stereO MSRP #1Z BUI{E" TRUCKS s,,= . 283-0600