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REPAIRS it PARTS FOR ALL CLOCKS Sales& Trade BATTERY MOVEMENT REPLACEMENT "House calls on floor clocks." PHONE 046-4497 I-- * Breakfast Served Anytime * LESS 15% for Youngsters 62 and Over * Weekday Luncheon Specials 4 I've got free dog food for your dog!* Tlmt's right. No strings attached. I talked the people at Notre into giving out free dog food because I hate seeing so many of my friends going to the vet because of dry skin, dull coats and shedding hair. gest. He artificial preservatives. Just natural meat, wheat, bone meal for proteins, it's double cooked to make it easy to digest and use. It's the best. So Come on in and get your free dog food and a copy of my latest 5ook, "How Your Dog Can Take Better Care' Of You." *One sample bag per customer 260 E. Wilson- Gridley - 846-5827 99 & CHERRY STREET, GRIDLEY *CANNELLONI & CREPE w/special s~uce "It SCALLOPS THERMIDOR * STUFFED SOLE * GR fLED HALIBUT STEAK "k BRAISED TIPS W/BABY LOBSTER TAILS ~k BROILED LAMB CHOPS * TOURNEDOS OF BEEF * MAHI-MAHI SYCAMORE STUDENTS OF THE MONTH - (Front, I. to r.) Vicki Turnbull, Santa Garcia, Patsy Mattly, Judy Gibson, Drew Henry, Andy Anthony, Kim Potoski and Tom Harry; (second row) Maria Villalpando, Cecilia Lomeli, Adam Luiz, non Jensen, Autro Ceballos, Tricia Stopplemore, Debbie Wiriek and Tanna Schwartz; and (back row) Cindy Wrinkle, Christine Hamlin, Doug Reynolds, Diana Parra, Becky Fawns, Satero Amaya, Holly Frandrup and Philip Chapa. Community Action will .... meet Jan. 15 The Community Ac tion board of Butt County will meet or Tuesday, January 15 a~ 7 p.m. in the CAA Oroville Center at 124. Lincoln Street, Oroville. The public is invited to attend and hear a presentation on the county's Headstart program by Nadeen West. Card of Thanks We wish to thank all our friends and | relatives for the sur- I prise party they gave us on our 64th Wedding Anniversary at the Grange Hail. A special thanks to the Johney Martins for the lovely cake and their music. Thanks to those who sent flowers, money and cards. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carnes Friday, January 11, 1980 -- THE GRIDLEY HERALD -- Page 3 Running Clinic is in Chico :*., .: Skip Swannack, the first woman finisher in the 1979 Western States ItX)-milc Endurance Run, will bc the main speaker at a running clinic Friday evening, beginning at 7 p.m. at Chico's Fleet Feet Store, 222 W. 3rd St. The clinic, arranged for by Carolyn Claesgcns, owner of the Fleet Feet Store, will be a prelude to the Golden State Womens Series running race to be held in Chico Saturday, January 12, beginning promptly at 9 a.m. at ()no mile recreation area. The race is sponsored by Fleet Feet, Inc. to benefit the programs of the American Lung Association of Superior California, the Christ- mas Seal Agency. Registration fee of $5, prior to he race, or $6 at the race starting point on Saturday will be donated to the Association to be used primarily for classes for as- thmatic children which will begin in Chico next Monday evening, January 14, and for the Associa- ,~ :; EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH. This month's top employee at Valley Oaks is Paul Smith (left), shown here with Mel Province. GRIDLEY ELEMENTARY Helen Wilkinson cafeteria manager MONDAY - Spaghetti with meat and cheese, garden salad with dressing, French roll, sliced peaches, and milk. TUESDAY - Tacos with cheese, shredded lettuce, green beans, applesauce pan bread, 1/2 fresh orange, and milk. WEDNESDAY - Chicken cut- lets, potato rounds, cranberry muffins, combo salad with dress- ing, fruit cup, and milk. THURSDAY - Chili beans, corn bread with butter, cole slaw, jello whip with fruit, and milk. FRIDAY Burritos, Spanish rice, Big "C" salad, dinner roll with butter, 1/2 fresh orange, and milk. MANZANITA SCHOOL Delores Lawrence cafeteria manager MONDAY - Spanish tostada with cheese, shredded lettuce, re- fried beans, pink applesauce, brownie, and milk. TUESDAY Southern fried chicken, whipped potatoes, celery- carrot sticks, crusty cheese roll, jello fruit square, and milk. WEDNESDAY - Spaghetti with meat and cheese, combination salad, French bread with butter, chilled orange juice, cookie, and milk. THURSDAY - Pigs-N-Cheesy blanket, French fries, relish plate, corn, gingerbread with topping, and milk. FRIDAY - Surfburgers, potato puff, cabbage slaw, banana pud- ding, and milk. 955 Hazel Street in Gridby AQUARIUS ,LrOn~r 21-Fol~uor~ 19 Sunday, JanuarY 13th (ALL INCLUDE SOUP AND SALAD BAR) s SUNDAY SPECIAL JANUARY t ffod Breast of Chicken ........... , $5.50 ............. __ BIRTHDAYS INFORMAL MC)DELING BY CAPRICOI~N with US! CLARICE DUKES "FASHIONS o.,.,,~, ~ ~*.,*', ~o HAS BEEN CANCELED UNTIL FEB. 1 k * A" * "k 4 O'clock in the afternoon DI~NKLUNCH HOURS" 11 4 Tuesday thru Saturday ER HOURS: Sun.'[ihurs. 4-10; Fri, & Sat. 4-11 TAIL LOUNGE: Open Daily 10 a.m. to 2 a.m, Phone 846 62 t n mformahon - 56 for reserva io " GRIDLEY HIGH SCHOOL Jean Staff0~d " manager/cook MONDAY - Hot Lunch: Chicken fried steak, potatoes with gravy, salad, bread and butter, fruit, and milk. TUESDAY - Hot Lunch: Gou- lash, corn, green salad, bread and butter, fruit, and milk. WEDNESDAY - Hot Lunch: Chicken gravy, rice, peas, salad, bread and butter, fruit, and milk. THURSDAY - Hot Lunch: Hamburger gravy, potatoes, green salad, bread and butter, fruit, and milk. FRIDAY - Hot Lunch: Hot dog, cheese wedge, potato rounds, fruit and milk. COMBO served daily: Pick-a- wich plus green salad, fruit and milk. LIVE OAK UNIFIED Wanda Shubat cafeteria supervisor MONDAY - Meat loaf, steamed rice, individual cottage cheese with pineapple, angel biscuit with but- ter, chilled peaches, and milk. TUESDAY - Great Northern beans with smokies, Big "C" salad, whole wheat roll with but- ter, apple crisp, and milk. WEDNESDAY Taco salad, shredded lettuce and cheese, but- tered corn, French bread, peach cobbler, and milk. THURSDAY " Oven fried chicken, whipped potato with gravy, tossed salad with 1000 Island dressing, 1/2 peanut butter sandwich, fruit cup, and milk. FRIDAY - Cheeseburger, fries with catsup, lettuce and dill, lazy daisy cake, orange half, and milk. Some icebergs are so huge the) travel 2,000 miles or more before the) melt awa). HONORED - Webelo of the Month is Jason Sannar, of Park 42, who has earned eight awards and has bee~ a denner. He will soon become a scout and re- ceive his arrow of light. By DR. DEAN V. RICHINS DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC Much of the pain and suffering caused by spinal defects could be avoided by periodic chiropractic check-ups. Structural defects of the low back can normally be corrected by chiropractic techniques if discovered early enough. Trouble usually starts with misuse of the back ... excessive lifting or other over-exertion. There may be little or no actual pain at ii , 1.he first sign of diffi-ulty is ofte,, a "catch" in the back or a weakness in the hips or legs. II neglected, spinal defects can develop to a stage where disability results. A chiropractic examination often discovers and eliminates spinal defects in the earliest stages. For an appointment, phone our office. Gridley Chiropractic Center 639 Vermont Street Phone 845-4055 Wada. DJOIN US FOR SUNDAY BRUNCH eliions Brunch " ... $4.25 Served with Ckampalcno ........... .. $5.25 Served every Sunda; iO ;'nl.'to'2" I .m. DeA tion's Better Breathers Club. "I he Chico race is the third in a series of five races. The remaining two races will be held in nodding on March 8 and in Salinas on May 5. Race divisions arc Group 1, youth, ages 12 and under to 21; Group 2, ()pen, ages 22-39; and Group 3, Master, ages 40 to 60 and over. In addition, there will be divisions for walkers, mother- daughter teams and heavyweight. For more information on the race or for entry forms, call the Lung Association, 345-5864, or the. Fleet Feet Store, 345-1000. SBRT tryouts are scheduled for January 15 Open tryouts will be held at the Sutter Buttes Regional Theatre for "Two plus Two," a program com- prised of four one-act farces. Those interested in reading for roles and production staff duties should come to The Playhouse, 629 G Street, Marysville on Tuesday, January 15 at 7 p.m. Farm residents make up about 3 percent of the total U.S. popula- tion. The figure was 30 percent in 1920. EMS meeting is January 16 The Emergency Medi- cal Services Committee will meet Wednesday, January 16, 1980, at 1:15 p.m. in the Chico Public Health Depart- ment conference room, 695 Oleander Avenue. The Committee meet- ing is open to the public. For further in- formation, contact the Butte County Health Education Division, P.O. Box 1100, Chico, 95926 or telephone 891- 2744. The U.S. has provided lran with 80 percent of its wheat, 25 percent of its feed grain, 70 per- cent of its vegetable oil and rice and 100 per- cent of its soybean oil cake and meal imports. 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