Paskenta-Flournoy News By CHARLOTTE HUMPHREY-833-5306 Mrs. Frances Whitlock and Mrs. Mary King left Sunday for Denver, Colorado, to be with their brother, Ed Mitchell following the death of his wife. While there Mrs. Whitlock will visit at the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Whitlock. Visiting at the home of Jim Hulse over the weekend were Mrs. Jean Jacobson, Robert Jacobson, and Elliot Brown of Berkeley. On Saturday they journeyed to Anderson visiting relatives Miss Mary Eva Kerling, Jim Jacobson and Clarence Jacobson. Before returning to Flournoy they traveled to the Shasta Dam where they enjoyed a picnic lunch, then on to Wiskeytown Dam. The Division of State Forestry has started building a new cookhouse at the Paskenta fire station. Tom Haskell and son Danny Fruto were dinner guests at home of Mr. and Mrs. Crooker. Sp-5 Jack Mason of the U.S. Army, stationed at Fort Hood, Texas is visiting at the home his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mason. Mrs. Greta Peterson is a cosmetic representative in the P a s k e n t a - F l o u communities. Mrs. Dona Stewart attended meeting of the Christian Women's Club at the Woman's Clubhouse in Red Bluff. The Rev. and Mrs. Mike Cappiello and children Michele, Denise, Gaylynne and Jackie attended a Young Peoples' Meeting at the Redding Auditorium. Jim Smith of Reno, Nev., a guest at the home of Mr.