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ood PinePress I page 8 may be made in care of tble Mortu- was a private. Raymond James, 75, tlly 7, 2000, at the Hospital long Nov. 12, 1924, in California as a up in Paso Where he attended high School. He and enlisted in age of 17. This War II and happy to have men. He the war on the it was sunk. on the R/S USS Pasade- Indiana. Short- and births ly after the war he became a merchant marine seaman and requested duty on a hospital ship to fulfill a promise to his girlfriend to look for a "safer" assignment. He was assigned to the ship "Benevolence" and was on board when it sank on Aug. 25, 1950, in the San Francisco Bay. His first-person account of the experience was published in the Paso Robles newspaper. After several years in the merchant marines, he pursued a career on land as an engineer. He be- gan surveying and worked his way up to party chief. He worked for the Calif. Divi- sion of Water Works and in pri- vate engineering industries. He helped construct the Oroville Dam and worked on the Don Pe- dro Dam. In 1954 he married Eula James and to this union, a daughter, Robin, was bern. Eu- la had brought five girls to this Turner Turner was a.m., Thursday, to Keith and usanville; Community seven pounds, was 19-1/2 inch- grandmother is ra, of Su- grandparents are Marian Perez of Janesville, Calif., and Keith Turner Sr. of Fresno, Calif. Maternal great grandpar- ents are Joe and Martha Bel- tran of San Pedro, Calif. Paternal great-grandfather is America Perez, of San Jose, Calif. Keena joins siblings, Tara, 8, Keith, 6, Anthony, 5, Miri- ah, 4, Alex, 3, and Sarah, 20 months. Dance was Us success. The Maidu :e Foundation thank the fol- 1.Viduals, compa- Lstitutions for and David Joe and John; and the Maidu McCourt; Udy Robinson; rling Chan- ill Rathbun; ,+0- 6 Sara-Lartts Tolley; Antelope Crew No. 3 and Fire Captains Mike Maendle and Dave Courtemanche; Morning Glo- ry Dairy and Michael O'Kelly; Johnson Printing; Copeland Lumbr; Susanville Super- market; Safeway; the U.S.F.S.; and everyone who joined us at Roxie Peconem Camp- ground to celebrate. The Lassen Yah-Monee Maidu Bear Dance Foundation / // Meadow Resort s the Opening of the Car6 & Lunch - Tues. - Sat. --7 am - 3 pm Dinner. Fri & Sat.- 5:00 - 8:30 pm Sunday Brunch • I0 am - 2 pm I er & Brunch reservations call 595-3383 Hwy 36E (9 miles from Lassen Park) (Closed Monday except HoUdays) rs with money worries qualify for low-interest loans sits re- who turned down for a $10,000 any other loans homeowner and an- uestions, the phone and Less-than- Late house payments? Financial Medical bills? IRS lieas? It matter/ If you are a homeowner wihsuf fi- dent oquity, there's excellentchaz you will qualify for a loan.--usual& within 24 hours. You can find out over tl and free of charge--if Stone Castle Home Loans is by the CA Dcpaxtmcnt of Corp. Op 7 days a wek for your convenience. Call 1-800-700.1242, ext. 305 Satellite TV Save $200 °° by Subscribing Today! Programming staffing at $21 /mo. Over 210 digital-qua channela available. Avoid rincj cable rates. No men.correct 877-DISH-Ill  local   Calikxrda m.+. ,,r- Iteith Gross, M.D. Diptomate Amedcan Board of Dermatolot, Fellow American Academy of Dermatolo Board Certified in Dermatology e Dermatology • ne * Moles • Skin Diseases • Fruit Peels • Vein Treatments %e  e • counesy xance r4 ", 257-7335 Now Availalle 0 First St. • Susanville MoPe  SlatJstics Tuesday, July 18, 2000 15C marriage and Robert became the father of six at the age of 31. In 1969, they adopted their youngest daughter, Lori, bring- ing their total to seven girls. During this period of time the family moved to Westwood, Calif. This would be followed by several kids that adopted them as parents, earning Robert the title of "Pc James." Robert's great loves in life, aside from sailing, was raising his girls, reading and various hobbies: He came to Modoc County in 1991, to be close to his daughter Robin and spent his final years in Eagleville, Calif. Survivors include his daugh- ters, Robin Quick and son-in- law, Randy Quick, grandsons, Miles and Kevin of Eagleville; Paula Martin, of Caldwell, Ida- ho and grandsons Tony and Michael; granddaughter, Carol Nelson of Paradise, Calif. and grandchildren Debbie, Brian, Chelsea and Nicole; Mary Hansen, of Coursegold, Calif. and grandsons Paul and Brian; Marsha Street, of Westwood, Calif. and grandsons, Leif, Quinn and Taylor; Melody Yeates, of Westwood, and grand- children, Laraika, Adria, lah, Hannah and Josh; Lori Quinn, of SacramenIo, Calif. and grand- children Tfityana and Israel, Eula (Connie) James, of West- wood, Calif.; former spouse, Joanne Bigler, of Bakersfield, Calif.; sister and nieces Patri- cia, Maryanne, Judy and nephew Mike and 10 great- grandchildren. A celebration of his life will be held Saturday, July 22, 2000, at 2 p.m. at his daughter Melody Yeates home in Westwood. The family requests that do- nations of "random acts of kind- ness and humor" be made to those who need them most. HOLLY ANN MBBLE REUCK Holly Ann Gribble Reuck, 51, died Monday, July 3, 2000, at University College of San Fran- cisco. She was born March 23, 1949, in Sacramento, Calif. She worked in the banking profes- sion for 15 years as a lending of- ficer, in Lassen and Plumas counties, also in Paso Robles, Calif., where she and her hus- band, Bill, retired. After retir- ing, they moved back to Wen- del. She was a resident of Lassen County for many years. She was a loving mother and grand- mother and a very giving per- son. She is survived by her hus- band, Bill Rueck, of Wendel, Calif.; father Hollis Gribble, of Wendel; mother, June Thomp- son, of Tucson, Ariz.; son, Randy Gribble, of San Jose, Calif.; daughter, Wendy Bayles, of Susanville and four grand- children. At her request no services were held and no donations will be accepted. WANDA MAE MULRONIEY-HAWS Wanda Mae Mulroney- Haws (AKA "Grandma Moo") died, Tuesday, July 11, 2000. She was born to James and Esther McClelland on April 5, 1916, at the McClelland Ranch in Standish, Calif. She graduated from Lassen High School in 1933, and mar- ried Merlin "Mul" Mulroney in 1937. They had two daughters, Vonda and Patricia. She was a member of the Na tive Daughters of the Golden West and traced her roots in Lassen County back to her great-uncle J.D. Buyers, who helped establish and name Lassen County. She was a member of the Monticola Club for more than 50 years, and was a past Lassen : County Cowbelles 'Mother Of the Year.' Mulroney-Haws was preced- ed in death by her husband, Merlin, in 1979, and in 1983, she married Nat Haws. She is survived by her hus- band Nat; daughter, Patty Gomez and brothers Pierce and Elberna McClelland, all of Janesville; her daughter Vonda Milton and husband Russell, of Alturas; grandson, Ryan Milton and wife Stephanie, of Searcy, Ariz.; granddaughter, Tami Mc- Collum and husband Jeff and their sons, Cody and Kenny+ all of Truckee, Calif.; and grand- son, Ross and wife Kristen, of Imperial, Calif. She was a believer in Jesus Christ and exemplified Chris- tian love and generosity throughout her life. Wed. thru Sun., Aug. 9-13 tickets on sale now/ • Dan Hicks and the Hot Links -- Friday, 8:00 p.m. • Feather River Bull Riding -- Saturday, 8:00 p.m. • Stock Car Racing-- Sunday, 7:00 p.m. =10 °° ADMISSION INCLUDES MAIN GATE ADMISSION / FREE \\; / Lots of  oa / ?C+\\; ua° the (AdTiD;yn  '.o,/., (Ent:r?EnEment/ eec.+a.oo (FRe2FBr:) \\; Thursday ) 'e"c  \\; Every Day // e+u \\;Non:lue / /ttd Sc ooo-+oo++ 00CARNIVAL PRE,SALE TICKETS SAVE 560]0 LoyaltonPharmacy Bank of America . Round House Council Great Northern Hair Co. if purchased by Aug. 8th + Pet Country Feed Plumas Bank Bookshelf Tobin Resort Fairgrounds Office Graeagle Assoc. Realtors New IiCarniva Rides This Year! 4-it Livestock AuctiOn Sun., 9.00 a.m. Ride The BIGGEST Ferris Wheel On The Circuit ood PinePress I page 8 may be made in care of tble Mortu- was a private. Raymond James, 75, tlly 7, 2000, at the Hospital long Nov. 12, 1924, in California as a up in Paso Where he attended high School. He and enlisted in age of 17. This War II and happy to have men. He the war on the it was sunk. on the R/S USS Pasade- Indiana. Short- and births ly after the war he became a merchant marine seaman and requested duty on a hospital ship to fulfill a promise to his girlfriend to look for a "safer" assignment. He was assigned to the ship "Benevolence" and was on board when it sank on Aug. 25, 1950, in the San Francisco Bay. His first-person account of the experience was published in the Paso Robles newspaper. After several years in the merchant marines, he pursued a career on land as an engineer. He be- gan surveying and worked his way up to party chief. He worked for the Calif. Divi- sion of Water Works and in pri- vate engineering industries. He helped construct the Oroville Dam and worked on the Don Pe- dro Dam. In 1954 he married Eula James and to this union, a daughter, Robin, was bern. Eu- la had brought five girls to this Turner Turner was a.m., Thursday, to Keith and usanville; Community seven pounds, was 19-1/2 inch- grandmother is ra, of Su- grandparents are Marian Perez of Janesville, Calif., and Keith Turner Sr. of Fresno, Calif. Maternal great grandpar- ents are Joe and Martha Bel- tran of San Pedro, Calif. Paternal great-grandfather is America Perez, of San Jose, Calif. Keena joins siblings, Tara, 8, Keith, 6, Anthony, 5, Miri- ah, 4, Alex, 3, and Sarah, 20 months. Dance was Us success. The Maidu :e Foundation thank the fol- 1.Viduals, compa- Lstitutions for and David Joe and John; and the Maidu McCourt; Udy Robinson; rling Chan- ill Rathbun; ,+0- 6 Sara-Lartts Tolley; Antelope Crew No. 3 and Fire Captains Mike Maendle and Dave Courtemanche; Morning Glo- ry Dairy and Michael O'Kelly; Johnson Printing; Copeland Lumbr; Susanville Super- market; Safeway; the U.S.F.S.; and everyone who joined us at Roxie Peconem Camp- ground to celebrate. The Lassen Yah-Monee Maidu Bear Dance Foundation / // Meadow Resort s the Opening of the Car6 & Lunch - Tues. - Sat. --7 am - 3 pm Dinner. Fri & Sat.- 5:00 - 8:30 pm Sunday Brunch • I0 am - 2 pm I er & Brunch reservations call 595-3383 Hwy 36E (9 miles from Lassen Park) (Closed Monday except HoUdays) rs with money worries qualify for low-interest loans sits re- who turned down for a $10,000 any other loans homeowner and an- uestions, the phone and Less-than- Late house payments? Financial Medical bills? IRS lieas? It matter/ If you are a homeowner wihsuf fi- dent oquity, there's excellentchaz you will qualify for a loan.--usual& within 24 hours. You can find out over tl and free of charge--if Stone Castle Home Loans is by the CA Dcpaxtmcnt of Corp. Op 7 days a wek for your convenience. Call 1-800-700.1242, ext. 305 Satellite TV Save $200 °° by Subscribing Today! Programming staffing at $21 /mo. Over 210 digital-qua channela available. Avoid rincj cable rates. No men.correct 877-DISH-Ill  local   Calikxrda m.+. ,,r- Iteith Gross, M.D. Diptomate Amedcan Board of Dermatolot, Fellow American Academy of Dermatolo Board Certified in Dermatology e Dermatology • ne * Moles • Skin Diseases • Fruit Peels • Vein Treatments %e  e • counesy xance r4 ", 257-7335 Now Availalle 0 First St. • Susanville MoPe  SlatJstics Tuesday, July 18, 2000 15C marriage and Robert became the father of six at the age of 31. In 1969, they adopted their youngest daughter, Lori, bring- ing their total to seven girls. During this period of time the family moved to Westwood, Calif. This would be followed by several kids that adopted them as parents, earning Robert the title of "Pc James." Robert's great loves in life, aside from sailing, was raising his girls, reading and various hobbies: He came to Modoc County in 1991, to be close to his daughter Robin and spent his final years in Eagleville, Calif. Survivors include his daugh- ters, Robin Quick and son-in- law, Randy Quick, grandsons, Miles and Kevin of Eagleville; Paula Martin, of Caldwell, Ida- ho and grandsons Tony and Michael; granddaughter, Carol Nelson of Paradise, Calif. and grandchildren Debbie, Brian, Chelsea and Nicole; Mary Hansen, of Coursegold, Calif. and grandsons Paul and Brian; Marsha Street, of Westwood, Calif. and grandsons, Leif, Quinn and Taylor; Melody Yeates, of Westwood, and grand- children, Laraika, Adria, lah, Hannah and Josh; Lori Quinn, of SacramenIo, Calif. and grand- children Tfityana and Israel, Eula (Connie) James, of West- wood, Calif.; former spouse, Joanne Bigler, of Bakersfield, Calif.; sister and nieces Patri- cia, Maryanne, Judy and nephew Mike and 10 great- grandchildren. A celebration of his life will be held Saturday, July 22, 2000, at 2 p.m. at his daughter Melody Yeates home in Westwood. The family requests that do- nations of "random acts of kind- ness and humor" be made to those who need them most. HOLLY ANN MBBLE REUCK Holly Ann Gribble Reuck, 51, died Monday, July 3, 2000, at University College of San Fran- cisco. She was born March 23, 1949, in Sacramento, Calif. She worked in the banking profes- sion for 15 years as a lending of- ficer, in Lassen and Plumas counties, also in Paso Robles, Calif., where she and her hus- band, Bill, retired. After retir- ing, they moved back to Wen- del. She was a resident of Lassen County for many years. She was a loving mother and grand- mother and a very giving per- son. She is survived by her hus- band, Bill Rueck, of Wendel, Calif.; father Hollis Gribble, of Wendel; mother, June Thomp- son, of Tucson, Ariz.; son, Randy Gribble, of San Jose, Calif.; daughter, Wendy Bayles, of Susanville and four grand- children. At her request no services were held and no donations will be accepted. WANDA MAE MULRONIEY-HAWS Wanda Mae Mulroney- Haws (AKA "Grandma Moo") died, Tuesday, July 11, 2000. She was born to James and Esther McClelland on April 5, 1916, at the McClelland Ranch in Standish, Calif. She graduated from Lassen High School in 1933, and mar- ried Merlin "Mul" Mulroney in 1937. They had two daughters, Vonda and Patricia. She was a member of the Na tive Daughters of the Golden West and traced her roots in Lassen County back to her great-uncle J.D. Buyers, who helped establish and name Lassen County. She was a member of the Monticola Club for more than 50 years, and was a past Lassen : County Cowbelles 'Mother Of the Year.' Mulroney-Haws was preced- ed in death by her husband, Merlin, in 1979, and in 1983, she married Nat Haws. She is survived by her hus- band Nat; daughter, Patty Gomez and brothers Pierce and Elberna McClelland, all of Janesville; her daughter Vonda Milton and husband Russell, of Alturas; grandson, Ryan Milton and wife Stephanie, of Searcy, Ariz.; granddaughter, Tami Mc- Collum and husband Jeff and their sons, Cody and Kenny+ all of Truckee, Calif.; and grand- son, Ross and wife Kristen, of Imperial, Calif. She was a believer in Jesus Christ and exemplified Chris- tian love and generosity throughout her life. Wed. thru Sun., Aug. 9-13 tickets on sale now/ • Dan Hicks and the Hot Links -- Friday, 8:00 p.m. • Feather River Bull Riding -- Saturday, 8:00 p.m. • Stock Car Racing-- Sunday, 7:00 p.m. =10 °° ADMISSION INCLUDES MAIN GATE ADMISSION / FREE \\; / Lots of  oa / ?C+\\; ua° the (AdTiD;yn  '.o,/., (Ent:r?EnEment/ eec.+a.oo (FRe2FBr:) \\; Thursday ) 'e"c  \\; Every Day // e+u \\;Non:lue / /ttd Sc ooo-+oo++ 00CARNIVAL PRE,SALE TICKETS SAVE 560]0 LoyaltonPharmacy Bank of America . Round House Council Great Northern Hair Co. if purchased by Aug. 8th + Pet Country Feed Plumas Bank Bookshelf Tobin Resort Fairgrounds Office Graeagle Assoc. Realtors New IiCarniva Rides This Year! 4-it Livestock AuctiOn Sun., 9.00 a.m. Ride The BIGGEST Ferris Wheel On The Circuit