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Lassen County Times, Westwood PinePress Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2007 5C II Trick-or-treaters Trinity and Halley Thompson hang out with res- ident Faye Dunham of the Lassen Manor Senior Apartment Community on Wednesday, Oct. 31. Photos by Patrick Shillito A cow tongue completes this Jack-o-Lantern located at an Uptown business. Photo by Ruth Ellis niors get in th Patrick Shillito Owner Rick Stewart. staff Writer The residents also held a I shillito@lassennews.com best Costume Contest show Lassen Manor Senior resi-Linda Manning took first dents invited Halloween place in the contest with her trick-or-treaters to join them Abominable Snowman cos- for food and festivities,tume. Phyllis Green took sec- The residents held a Bestond place followed by Violet Pumpkin Contest judged byRingo in third. Wal-Mart trick-or-treaters. As kids filed donated a $25 gift card for the into the multi-purpose room, winner of the contest. they were handed a small bag Lucero said this event of candy and asked to put a would most likely be the first check mark on a piece of of many to come as he plans paper next to the pumpkinto have another event open to they liked the best. the community around Resident Roberta Kolos won Thanksgiving. first place with her pumpkin, "We've been trying to get a pumpkin covered in make- the word out about these up, glitter and artwork depict- events, not only to the com- ing the face of a woman, com- munity but our residents as plete with lipstick and eyelin- well," said Lucero. er. Carmen Ingle took second "Last year we only had and Lyn Ogburn took third: seven of our residents show Adm[nist['ator-in-training up and this year we had 32. Dave Ludero said the pump- That's almost a third of our kins were donated by residents." Susanville Supermarket Dressing up for Honey Lake Valley Rider Halloween Play Day held on Oct. Cracker Jack, Lisa Adler on Faye and Nancy Runyon on Ross. Photo submitted 27 are Teri Glass on Rebecca Reger, right, and Will Ashmore collect candy after throwing bean bags at Treat harvest'celebration at Susanville Church of the Nazarene on SUnday, Oct. 28. Photo by Shayla Ashmore the Trunk or An unidentified man dresses as a suicide bomber for Halloween. His outfit caused enough of a stir that someone called the Susanville Police Department to report a suspicious man. Photo by Cindie Tamietti. Fri.Sat 9-6; Sun 9-3 Open to Public $ i 0 15 & Under FREE LAW OFFICES OF LAWRENCE A. PURITZ 53o.343.z6t4 zSz East 7th St. Chico NorthValleyLawyer.com "n * st anyth' g a bag that fits in this 2950 Main Street. Susanville Monday-Saturday 8 am-6 pm 257-4117 Sunday 9 am-5 pm Power tools and small appliances qualify for a 10% discount. Offer valid November 10, 2007. Limit 1 bag, additional requests will not-be honored. Discount applies to the regular price of in-stock merchandise that can fit inside the 17" x 11-3/4" hag at one time. Individual items can be up to twice the bag height (34"), however multiple stacked items cannot exceed the height of the bag (17"). Merchandise placed in the bag must remain in its original packaging. Excludes Best Buys, sale items, city stickers, gift cards, on-line purchases and other items that each participating store may designate. Discount does not appty to phone orders, special orders or store charge accounts. No rain checks will be given. Limit one bag and one offer redemption per customer while supplies last. Offer good in USA except where prohibited or otherwise restricted by law.