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Page 2 - THE GRIDLEY HERALD -- Friday, February 8, 1980 Charlie Robarge is directing the Butte County Performing Art Center's foundation production of "You're A Good Man Charlie Brown." This musical comedy has been produced by the Butte County Performing Art Center and done by the Center's Theatre Group Theophilus. Robarge has been involved in several theatre productions in Butte County in the last five years and has just returned from Wis- consin where he was designed and technical director under the Presi- dent of the Wisconsin Theatre As- sociation. Robarge enjoys all aspects of theatre, though he feels directing is his forte. He supports community theatre and believes all could grow and be enriched through the art of theatre. leral Twlce-a-week I.JSPS ~'~g 420 William D. Burleson Owner and Publisher Phone [916] 846-3661 630 Washinglon Street Gridley, California 95948 Mike Gardner, Editor Office Manager, June Ta) lor STAFF: l)isplay/Nat'l. Ad dilector, Loretta Hawley, Advertising sales, Marveda Lucke; Phototypesetting operator, Donna Tibbitts and Susie Burleson; Repor ter/Photographcr, Sally Coghlan; Proofreader, Arlene Hook; Press Foreman, John Skaggs and Pressman Roy Stoudt, Printer's Helper Steve Hanson. 2nd Class Postage paid a! (;ridlcy, California 95948 under the Act of Congress, March 3, 1880, Court Decree number 27207. SUBSCRIPTION RATE,N: $7.00 per year in Butle County and l.ive Oak. $8.00 elsewhere in the United Slales. Single copy, 15c. CHARLIE ROBARGE Robarge studied theatre at Butte College, California State Univer- sity, Chico, and California State University, Humboldt. He has a wide variety of theatre experience. Robarge has acted in comedies "Once in a Lifetime," "Bullshot Crummond"; children's shows, "The Frog and The Princess," and serious drama "Hamlet," "Ca- mino Real," "Ceremony of In- nocence." He has directed and co- directed numerous shows including "When You Coming Back, Red Ryder," "My Three Angels," "Little Red Riding Hood," and Robarge has also been technical director for numerous produc- tions. Robarge most recently did set designing for Nicolet College in Rhinelander, Wisconsin. He also recently directed a touring children's show, "Little Red Riding Hood And Mugnog" in Butte County. The Butte County Performing Art Center production of "You're A Good Man Charlie Brown" will be presented at the Pageant The- atre on the corner of East 6th Street and Flume, Chico. Make your special someone happy when she or he reads the personal message you have composed for them by... Remembering your Sweetheart with lines in the Herald For 's Day ADS APPEAR WED.. FED, 131h i COMPOSE YOUR MESSAGE AND CALL 846-3661 BEFORE 10 A.M. TUES., FEB. "'The cost is low. "" ""tilt" -- .. .. "" , . .." SEND YOUR MESSAGE TO THE GRIDLEY HERALD, CLASSIFIED DEPART. MENT..JIND TELL THE WORLD OF THE FEELINGS BEIWEEN THE TffO OF YOU. YOU'LL MAKE SOMEONE VERY HAPPY-AT A LOW COST. "'HEART TO HEART LINES" IN THE GRIDLEY HERALD - $1.50 up to 5 lines, 30c additional line. Please Print My Personal Valentine Heart-to-Heart Lines / (Note: ApDroximatelv 5 words to a lint'.) 9 Production dates are Friday nights, Feb. 8, 15 and 22 at 7:30 p.m. Saturdays, Feb. 9, 16 and 23 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. and Sun- day matinees at 2 p.m. on Feb. 10, 17 and 24th. The cast of this delightful musi- cal comedy of Charles Schulz are John Carlson as Charlie Brown, Erin Ball as Lucy, Jane Hill as Pat- ti, Joe Barnett as Linus, Fred Agnew as Shroeder, and Rick Kolby as Snoopy. Music director is Joe Barnett, pianist Angela Barnett, electric piano, Greg Thiele, drums, Mike O'Neil, bass'by Tom Haydon. Admission Feb. 8, 9 and l0 is half price. Regula admission is $4 for adults and $2 for children and senior citizens. Pomona Grange announces two new scholarships Trula Clapp and Mike Santuccio were given two new scholarships at the January 29 meeting of the Pomona Grange C.W.A. Both stu- dents are college freshmen. Thirty-eight women and four men attended the potluck and grange meeting. Fern Whittaker and Oriel Elkins won prizes. The next Pomona Grange C.W.A. meeting is scheduled for Monday, February 25 in the Wyandotte Grange Hall. Biggs Grange plans potluck Tuesday in Grange Hall The Biggs Grange will hold a potluck at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, February 12 at the Biggs Grange Hall located in East Biggs. A regular grange meeting will be held after the potluck. The grange deputy will instruct officers and members on their various duties. All members are urged to attend. Five Gridleyans on Chico State's Dean's Honor List Five GriCey students attending California State University at Chico have qualified for inclusion on the Dean's Honor List for the 1979 fall semester. They are Joseph W. Cassady, Jeffery S. Collins, Valeda Y. Dor- nan, Patricia A. Emanuel and Floyd M. Harden. dley Junior :five "l-he Gridley Junior Women's Club held meetings January 14th and 28th 1980. Meetings were called to order by President Judy Eggers. Minutes were read by Sharon Busch, re- cording secretary. Treasurer's re- port by Bey Moyle. Projects were reported on for the months of December and Jan- uary by Joanne Skaggs, Christmas cards and stamps for Valley Oaks Convalescent Hospital; Alberta Skaggs, Christmas decorations for downtown planters, which were made by Kerry Bettencourt, Judy Eggers, Kathy Oldham and Al- berta Skaggs. Jane Brumley dis- cussed the Senior Art Talent Con- test. A donation of $50 was given to the Biggs Nutrition Site and Gridley Junior Women will also bake goods for the Biggs Nutrition Site throughout the year. $200 was donated to Julia Ash for the pur- chase of a childbirth fihn for the La Maze childbirth classes held at Biggs Gridley Memorial Hospital. Rebekahs install new 1980 officers Joint installation ceremonies for the 1980 officers of James L. Ridgely Rebekah Lodge 66 and Bidwell Lodge 48 of I.O.O.F. were held recently in the Gridley Grange Hall. Deputy Grand Master Ivan Sohnrey and District 23 Deputy President Caralee Sohnrey con- ducted the joint ceremonies with their staff of officers. The following were installed as James L. Ridgely Lodge officers for 1980; Savannah Dornan, noble grand; Vera Gridley, vice grand; Ethel Osborn, recording secretary; Cora Geryk, financial secretary; and Leona Lansdale, treasurer. James L. Ridgely appointed of- ficers include: Freida Stout, war- den; Margaret Jo Thebach, con- ductor; Rose Hawley, color bearer; Marion McElroy, musi- cian; Zada Harkcom, chaplain; Iona Hamer, inside guardian; Sally Taylor, outside guardian; Melba Dunlap, R.S.N.G.; Bertie Brandt, L.S.N.G.; Maude Hulen, R.S.V.G.; and Ada Ott, L.S.V.G. Kathleen Briick, Ethel Krues, Anna Demmer and Mildred Tallev were Bible bearers. Alice Link and Myrtle Scruggs performed the duties of alter bearers. David Williams will serve as grand master of Bidwell Lodge. Several visitors were also in at- tendance. Refreshments were served fol- lowing the installation ceremonies by Rose Hawley and her commit- JUNIOR WOMEN All) NUTRITION SITE --- New members! Gridley Junior Women's Club presented a $50 check recently to the chairman of the Biggs Nutrition Site to aid that organization's task viding hot meals for area seniors. Shown here (I. to r.) are Junior members Kerry Bellencourt, Joyce Skaggs, Tina Bowers and Joanne presenting the check to Board Chairman Harold Moyle. $50 was donated to Jan Roberts to help her attend California As- sociation of English Teachers Con- ference in Los Angeles. Ms. Rob- erts teaches at Gridley Union High School. The Junior Women's Club Win- ter Conference was attended Feb- ruary 2 in Durham by Judy Eggers, president; Linda Osbourn, first vice president; Bev Moyle, treas- urer; Jane Brumley and Carolee Freeman, board members; Kathy Oldham, parliamentarian; Jacquie Lolmaugh, auditor; Kathleen Newell, Woman's Club Coor- dinator; Marie Gould, Woman's Club president; Ruby Lesl Lorena Crye, members of Woman's Club. Projects for 1980 includ Junior Women's Club pu for the Tadpole project in park l a Conestoga wagon fort for $3,200; Gridle Club donated the tree $270 and the Gridley donated the spiral slide for The Junior Women will saving paper and cans for grades Woodleaf project. The next meeting February 11 at'the House. Meeting starts at 7 meeting The Monday night meeting of the Feather River Business and Professional Womens Club will be at 7:30 p.m. at Valley Oaks con- ference room. It will feature a round table discussion of the federations proposed, statewide legislative platform led by Capitol District President Jan Harper of Grass Valley and Membership Chairman Donna Rae Hays from Woodland. Three members of the Feather River Club that attended the recent conference in Sacra- mento will also help moderate the discussion. feature a round table discussion of the federations proposed, state- wide legislative platform led by Capitol District President Jan Harper of Grass Valley and Mem- bership Chairman Donna Rae Hays from Woodland. Three members of the Feather River Club that attended the recent conference in Sacramento will also help moderate the discussion. Each of BPW's 13 CalifOrnia districts representing 11,000 mem- bers have recently held individual conferences in preparation for the March 15-17 statewide Govern- ment in Action 'Conference in Monday ni night meeting is for to express their views and ask tions concerning the lative issues that will men, including the Equal Amendment, child care, ing to rape, domestic child abuse, and programs improvement of and health conditions ly. Following the Action Conference, delegaieS across the state will convention at Los Angeles irt At this time the platform formally adopted by a those in attendance, then buted to the legiilators, sider the BPW position the of the moderate Also on the agenda for day night meeting is the auction, consideration of fund raising project, charter night celebration Feather River BPW gram meetings the second of each month at Valley OakS! ference Room and luncheorl ness meetings the fourth day noon at Casa Lupe room. The organization tee. 'f, t WOMAN'S CLUB FASHION SHOW TODAY A fashion show featuring wedding attire and accessories will be shown to Woman's Club members and their guests today at 2 p.m. at the Gridley Woman's Clubhouse. RAPE CRISIS OPEN HOUSE TODAY The Rape Crisis Intervention Center will hold an open house this Friday, February 8 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at 1465 Magnolia Street in Chico. All county residents are invited to attend. CHICO GUN SHOW TODAY The Chico Gun Show will take place on February 8 and 9 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Silver Dollar Fairgrounds in the Education Building. CHICO ANTIOUE SHOW THIS WEEKEND The Butte County Search and Rescue Team will hold an antique show and sale at the Silver Dollar Fairgrounds on February 8, 9 and 10. A single $2 admission is good for all three days. CAI, GRANT DEADIJNE MONDAY Monday, February 11 is the last day on which students mav file an ap- plication for a 1980-81 Cal Grant to help with college or vocat'ional school COSTS. GRIDLEY HOME WEATHERIZATION PROGRAM Gridley's new energy conservation specialist, Lynn Benningfield, is now available to conduct an energy audit for any city resident. With the help of the APG and E cost analysis computer, she will find energy leaks, recom- mend ways to weatherize the residence, and estimate savings based on the dimensions of the house. Call 846-5696 for an energy audit appointment or sign the roster in city hall. Sacramento. At this time, the pro- posed platform will be debated and voted on by the delegates from each club. The purpose of the Monday membership to all working in the Live Oak, Biggs and area, and the public is tend. For further informati# 846-2911. Security guard training course A 40-hour course in security guard training will be offered at the criminal justice training center on the Butte Col- lege campus. The class will meet on four consecutive Satur- days, Feb. 16 through March 8, and on Sun- day, March 9, with registration set 'for .8 a.m. the first day. It is open to security guards, persons wishing to be- come security guards and anyone academical- ly qualified. The March 1 session will be at the Butte Col- lege firing range. Information about pre- registering for the course can be obtained by calling Robert Thorn at 895-2401. -7\ b~ Instead of a box of candy,:.\ HOW ABOUT A Gift Certificate From The MANOR HOUSE For the one you love. t60 E Wilson St. Ph. 846-3703 .j By DR. DEAN V. RICHINS DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC Even the most morel disabling bad problems normally start with a com. paratively simple misalignment of a single vertebra. It is the resultant dis- tortion of n&mal vertebra and related muscles that builds up to real trouble, weeks or months later. Chiropractic spinal examinations, X.ray and other diagnostic techniques reveal even minute spinal dis- tortions. Corrective chiropractic adjustmonts can make the corrections that avoid the otherwise inevitable back. aches. Chiropractic may be the answer for YOUR "back trouble." Phone for an appointment. Gridley Chiropractic Center 639 Vermont Street Phone 846-4056 ~for your special someone All green and flowering plants purchased will be Valentine wrapped. FREE DELIVERY ON PURCHASES OF $5.00 OR MORE BIGGS - GRIDLEY - LIVE OAK "Under the Cupola" at 585 Virginia Street PHONE 846,3564 0 New-town dilemmas fade WELCOME WAGON call. As your Hostess, it's my job to hel make the most of your new neic hood. Our shopping areas. CommU0 opportunities. Special attractions. Lot facts to save you time and money. Plus o basket of gifts for your family. I'll be listening for your call. Pal-046-3101 (Or Loretta Dowler 674-1691, Yuba