NOVEMBER 3, 2010 MILESTONES | LOCAL NEWS THE TRINITY JOURNAL 5
OBITUARIES Clamper dedication Saturday
MICHAEL HAIGHT Trinitarianus Chapter No. 62, the side of Route 3. Many fires swept
Ancient and Honorable Order of E. through this section of town.
Michael Haight, 59, of Clampus, presents a public his- Join the ceremony to hear long-
Hayfork, died Oct. 27, torical dedication of the Comstock- time Clamper historian, author
2010, at Trinity Hospital. Martin building at noon Saturday, Herk Shriner, tell the story of
He was born Aug. 13, Nov. 6. Isabelle Martin, “The Queen of Dy-
1951. Located at the corner of highways namite.” Take a 120-year step back
Arrangements are 3 and 299, the once two-story build- in time to hear of Isabelle, the men
being handled by For- ing was once a prominent dry goods she killed and those she attempted
rest Funeral Home in store and freight office, but like to kill, including an Oakland judge.
Weaverville. many buildings in the historic dis- Find out how a simple birthday
CONTRIBUTED trict it had many uses during its life. party foiled the mass poisoning of
The Snug Restaurant in the Comstock and Martin building, c. 1900. The Chinatown began on the south the entire town of Weaverville.
public review draft of the Community their car insurance.
Garden club to meet Wildfire Protection Plan for the greater The class fee is $12 for AARP members
The Lewiston Garden Club will meet Willow Creek Area. Joe O’Hara, president, or $14 for non-members. Contact Rex Mur-
at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 3, at the invites the public to attend and review phy at 623-6199 to sign up for the class.
Lewiston Community Center, 130 Texas this draft which has been in the making
Ave. Members will bring gift items for almost a year.
and/or baskets and create gift baskets The WCFSC has worked closely with Cemetery assn. meeting
for their holiday raffle, which will be Trinity County, Humboldt County, Cal Fire, The next regular meeting of the
held at their holiday luncheon on Dec. U.S. Forest Service, Willow Creek Volunteer Weaverville Cemetery Association will be
1. The raffle supports the club’s schol- Fire Department, Salyer Volunteer Fire held at 5:15 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 9, in the
arship fund. Guests are welcome. For Department, Hawkins Bar Volunteer Fire conference room at the Human Response
more information, call Carolyn Rhody Department, Willow Creek Community Network office, 111 Mountain View,
at 623-6170. Service District and many individuals from Weaverville. There will be no meeting in
the general public who took time to attend December.
GOP women to meet meetings throughout the year giving input.
Trinity County Republican Women As the council approaches the final Scouting for food
CONTRIBUTED Federated will hold its monthly member- draft, which will be submitted to local Scouts will be collecting food again this
Joel W. Dias ship luncheon on Monday, Nov. 8, at the agencies plus both Trinity County and year to help replenish local food banks.
LaGrange Cafe in Weaverville. This will be Humboldt County for final approval, the They will be distributing fliers around the
Seaman Joel W. Dias, the installation of officers for 2011. The WCFSC would like to provide one last op- Weaverville area this week. Please place
18, of Weaverville, gradu- cost of the luncheon, to begin at 11:30 portunity for public review and input. canned foods (nothing perishable, frozen
ated from the United a.m., will be $14. Meetings will be held on Monday, or in glass) outside your front door where
States Coast Guard basic Paul Schmidt will offer a special prayer Nov. 8, at Trinity Valley Elementary it can visibly be seen while driving by. The
training at USCG Train- for TCRWF and the country in the com- School, Highway 96, Willow Creek, food drive will take place Saturday, Nov.
ing Center, Cape May, ing year. Sandy Pope will be the installing and Tuesday, Nov. 9, at Burnt Ranch 6, starting at 8 a.m. If you would prefer
N.J., on Oct. 15. Sea- officer. The public is invited. For more Elementary School in Burnt Ranch. to drop off your bag, please do so at the
man Dias successfully information contact program chair Joann Times are 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Refresh- Scout House on Lowden Lane or at Trinity
completed eight weeks of Mathis at 286-2217. ments will be served. For more infor- Congregational Church. For questions call
intensive training as one mation contact Joe O’Hara at 629-3438 623-2363.
of 46 recruits in Recruit Lewiston pinochle report or Barbara Darst at 707-499-0767 or
Company Yankee-183. The Lewiston Traveling Pinochle Club email@example.com. Trek 4 Trash in Hayfork
Following five days of
leave, Seaman Dias re-
met Oct. 21 at the home of Jackie Powell.
Winners were Betty Westerby, first prize; AARP driving class offered Help spruce up Hayfork for the holidays!
Bayley Lumber & Hardware has stepped up
ported to the high endur- and Carolyn Rhody, second. Westerby also The next AARP senior driving class is to sponsor the Nov. 13 Trek 4 Trash. Meet
ance Coast Guard Cutter won the double pinochle prize. The club scheduled for Dec. 11 at the Trinity Public at 9 a.m. near Ernie’s Department Store.
Chase, which is based in will meet next at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Utilities District on Ponderosa Lane, Volunteers should wear brightly colored
San Diego. Dias is a 2010 Nov. 4, at the home of Gloria Jones. Weaverville. shirts, long pants and good shoes with
graduate of Trinity High This will be an eight-hour class com- long socks. The group supplies everything
School. His parents are Willow Creek ﬁre plan pleted in one day. At the conclusion of the else, including a celebration lunch at the
Dan and Kathleen Dias The Willow Creek Fire Safe Council is class, all those attending will receive a fairgrounds when the trek is done. Call
of Weaverville. planning two public workshops for the certificate entitling them to a discount on 628-5149 for more information.
Setting a good example
Forrest Funeral Home
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dering how we can help where parents can make
in the War on Drugs and that commitment. The
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keep our youths alcohol-, department will start the
drug- and addiction-free. “Yes I Can” campaign at
Today the Trinity 9 a.m. Nov. 15 at Behav-
County Alcohol and ioral Health Services in
Drug Department asks Weaverville. Officials will
parents to take a look at be there until 5 p.m.
File location: Display Ads, Forrest, TFC ad 2006
how their actions may The next stop will
play a part in the notion be at Tops Super Foods
that one can’t have fun between 3 and 8 p.m.
Client Nov. 23, says and up
without alcohol and likes both,Dec. 10 mix20. use every few weeks or as best ﬁts page layout.
other drugs. People often Other locations will be
tell our youth “You don’t set up during the holiday
need to use alcohol or season.
other drugs to have fun,” The Go Getters, a
but do they show them group of Trinity County
by example? Teen Leaders, will help
“We have long known facilitate this campaign.
that our actions as par-
ents are often repeated
by our children,” Trinity
County AOD officials
said. “Let’s model the
behavior we want from
them.” Funeral Home
Officials ask parents in
Trinity County to com- Providing Personal Funeral Home
mit to having a party/so- Friendly Services
cial gathering this holi- Providing Personal Friendly Services
day season without any • Burials • Burials • Cremations • Caskets
alcohol or other drugs.
• Cremations • Pre-Arrangements • Memorial Markers
The department will
set up displays in areas • Caskets 623-4144 • 623-3144 Fax
107 Masonic Lane, Weaverville, CA 96093 - FD-90
DAWN • Memorial Markers
HOSPICE IN WEAVERVILLE
services for terminally
ill patients and their 623-3144 Fax
families. 107 Masonic Lane,
All services are free Weaverville, CA 96093
Call 623-4692 FD-90
In loving memory of
who passed away November 7, 2001
In a quiet country graveyard, where the gentle breezes
blow, sleeps the one we love so dearly, we lost 9 years ago,
we remember her so often and miss her every day, for life is
not the same for us, since she was called away.
Lord, if there are roses in Heaven, please pick a bunch with
care, and place them in her arms, tell her that we still care.
Our hearts still ache with sadness, secret tears will often
ﬂow, and what it meant to lose her, no one will ever know.
May the wind of love blow softly, on the quiet peaceful
spot, where the one we love is sleeping, and will never be
Though her smile is gone forever, and her hand we cannot
touch, we’ll never lose sweet memories of the one we loved
We Love You, Don and Family