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February 8, 1980

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meetin Friday, February 8, 1980 -- THE GRIDLEY HERALD -- Page 3 " Seniors on Valentine's Day in Memorial Hall A special Valentine's Day pro- gram is scheduled during the regu- lar meeting of the Senior Citizens Club Tuesday from 1 to 4 p.m. in Gridley Memorial Hall. The Butte County Department of Public Health announces the following events to be held Feb- ruary 19-28, 1980. Appointments are needed for most services, call 846-3103. 1980 REPIJBI.ICAN WOMEN --- The 1980 Butte County Republican FAMILY PLANNING CLINICS Women officers are (I,-R) Mar)' Neubarth, Mrs. D.O. Meister, Kathleen Oroville - 5:00 to 8:00 p.m., Newell and l)oroth) Russell. February 27. IMMUNIZATION CLINICS O.o..,e :00 ,o 4:00 RO " i February 20. !! PREGNANCY COUNSELING Fremont MedicaiCen- J Io ~~, ,~ ] FASHION SHOW --- The Rainbow Eel salad luncheon and fashion show are $3 per per- Gridley - 10:00 a.m. to Noon, ler, ..... Yuba ('it~r,. ('A ] /.,~'q~/I., ~ ~ue,,.~r ~ u ;or a fashion show luncheon February son donation and may he obtained h,' calling Katie February 20 and 27; and JF.FFERS - .lanuarv / ~ :~je 1, n_ .. ~ " "~=1[ Masonic Temple beginning at 11 a.m Koehler at 846-5"/08 or at the d()or. Modeling Oroville - 8:30 to 10:30 a.rn., 19, 1980, to Kevin an[t ]. ,..,t/Fe'~ uo/yt YOu h,,,,:L, I"~111 from Brown and Co.; Oar Closet, and fashions at Brown and Co. are (I~-R) Koehler, February 19 and 26. ~usan JeErers of [ tS'fl~ ,~~,~ ~':~tI_a?~. ~11 will be shown. Tickets for the ham and buf- Sharon Robinson and Julie King. WELL-BABY CLINICS OR Gridley a son, Travi~ |~t\Y}~--"l~'~alnlo$~herJ ~[1 . PHYSI('AL CHECK-UPS FOR Kevin. Gra,,dparcnts I ""~i~.l' ~/I -be'i~:rc'~JelI ~- ~ CHILDREN AND YOUNG are Elenore and Win- / ..... ~'~ ~;'n"J:.'~i'e' 9~ I chel leffer'~ of (;ridlev. [ Y~~~ tu ]O//r Dear. I [ d Q AI)ULTS / " " f'.- . , o./Schoa/ Honore ueen installed Gridley- l:00 to 6:00 p.m., \54" :H February 19; ***** / "" /r/a "e i [ Oroville - 8:30 to 11:00 a.m., , ,ee at Job's Daughters ceremony February :00 ,o :00 / I wi]~n i nEwLEMENJARY The 40th installation of Gridley ian; Jennifer Boelman, senior cus- p.m., FebruarYWlc28. andPle Onwelghedearth themtgether'and ] e-- " r.e'_e'_oe Zo'. .-t ---''ee'e--e i ]1 teria manager Bethel 320, internal, ional Order of todian; Sara Lubeck, jumor (Supplemental Food/Nutrition i!gr il]! i!i )iiI [ Y- School holiday Job s Daughters, held at the custodian; Peggy Wilson, inner Education Program) ,Y-Lincoln's Birtla'day Masonic Hall on January 6 at 2 guard; Carol Helm, first mes- Oroville - 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 . p.m. senger; Christine Korling, second p.m., February 21 and 28. sDAY. Burritos Snan Valerie Smethers, daughter of messenger; Melody Stevens, thirdVENEREAl. DISEASE CLINICS 261 S 2 James and Betty Smethers of Grid- messenger; Tawny Wilson, fourth Oroville - 1:00 to 2:00 p.m., w]tl " ressi'n ,' 't ru ley, was installed as honored messenger; Sharon Johnson, l ttnFebruary 20 and 27. , and milk :' queen, messenger. lAy. Valentine sDay- Her colors were burgundy, pink The installing officers were: ers on bun, sweetheartand beige. She carried a white Bi- Toni Pfister, guide; Elizabeth :Lipid corn carrot coins ble with pink roses. Her officers Witherow, marshal; Bonnie Bayles cake, l/2'redannle and carried baskets of pink and Woods, recorder; Lori .Carlin, burgundy roses, reader; Mehssa Carhn, chapmm; '- Spicy tacos, shredded The, theme of the installation Kim Signor, musician; Trish Grin- top, in pan bread, sea was every act of kindness, no nel, senior custodian; Julie Rush, tabtes, whipped jello matter ,, howsmall,is never junior custodian and grand bethel and milk wasted, representative to Minnesota. Other officers installed that Escorted and honored were night included: Janet Oliver, Laeta Formey, bethel guardian, SCHOOL Lawrence senior princess; Sandi Freeman, and the Rev. George McLane, as- manager junior princess; Michelle Radley, sociate bethel guardian. - Scalloped potatoes guide; Meredith Carlin, marshal;joma Carnahan Carlin, a mem- Wieners, carrot rounds, Jennifer Bean, chaplain; Elizabeth bey of Bethel 256 of Yuba City, 4- roll, green beans and Lavy, recorder; Carolynn Iverson, was the mistress of ceremonies, q chocolate pudding, and musician; Elizabeth Oliver, librar- The installing honored queen was Susan Weaver. ,: Kim Signor, honored queen of - Lincoln's Birthday fries, green salad with 1,000 Island Bethel 55 of Oroville and installing , dressing, valentine strawberry musician, played several pieces to Tacos, meat refried beans, lettuce shortcake, and milk. entertain those present. 2 FRIDAY - Chicken fried,steak, A reception was held after the chilled apricots, whipped potatoes with gravy, let- installation in the banquet room. and milk. Chicken and tuce wedge, hot biscuit, fruit cup, Richard and Lynn Erickson were /2 peanut butter sand- and milk. the greeters. Stacie Sormano, Dianne LaBarbera and Antonifie sweet peas, finger GRIDLEY HIGH SCHOOl. Mardesich were responsible for the i orange creme, and Jean Stafford programs and the guest book. The ., - Tuna buns, oven manager/cook ushers were Mark Lavy and Fred and celery sticks with MONDAY - Swiss steak, pota- Sears. pumpkin pie with toes, gravy, salad, bread and but- Julie Rush will and milk. ter, fruit, and milk. TUESDAY- Lincoln's Birthday be honored at LIVE OAK UNIFIED /- holiday Bethel reception Wanda Shubat WEDNESDAY - Goulash, green manager salad, corn bread, bread and but- Julie Rush, past honored queen - No School - local ter, fruit, and milk. of Bethel No. 320, Gridley, Inter- THURSDAY - Burritos, beans, national Order of Job's Daughters - Lincoln's Birthdaygreen sala.d, corn bread, fruit, and and Grand Bethel Representative milk. to the State of Minnesota, will be Chili Mac, FRIDAY Fishwich, green honored at a formal reception at peanut butter salad, fries, fruit, and milk. the Gridley Masonic Temple at 2 ranger cookie, 1/2 red COMBO served daily: Pick-a- p.m. on Sunday, February 10. milk. wich plus salad, fruit and milk.Members, their families and - Corn dog, oven A la carte items available, friends are invited to attend. The archerfish, which AAB/CAC meet on February 13 I lives in fresh and salt waters from India to The Butte County AI- Chico. Australia, shoots itscohol Advisory Board A major item on the I and Citizens Advisory agenda will be a dis- 99 & CHERRY STREET, GRIDLEY i meals out of branches cussion of the structure Council will meet on hanging over the water. l gSl( Fill. SAT. NlIES" I Taking careful aim, the Wednesday, February and membership of the (BEVERAGES NOT INCLUDED) fish spits pellets of 13, 1980 at 3:00 p.m. in two combined boards. --- FEATURING -- I water at insects and the conference room of New legisiationrequires the Orgon I spiders, then eats them the Public Health De-that these two boards as they tumble into the partment located at 695 be independent of one From 8'30 pm to 1'00 am water. OleanderAvenuein another. For more in- ........ ~ .............. I tactfrmatin please con-Max George at IUl Y I Butte County Mental Health in Chico, 891- IlfiEF'S SPECIALTIES" 2771 or Oroville 534- 6:00 A.M. TO 9:00 P.M. 4705. FRESHGRILLEDREDSNAPPER All interested persons f,V d.d t _ STEAK AND PRAWNS i are invited to attend. STEAK AND ABALONE NEPTUNE ! $5,50 RBTMtR4WT ~ ! ,o oneour~i~t ICE DUKES FASHIONS i SERVING ~Y--~Ni)0-ii I BREAKFAST, LUNCH ,.- ............. AND DINNER HOURS: 114 Tuesday thru Saturday Sun.4hurs. 4-10; Fri. & Sat. 4-11 LOUNGE: Open Daily 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. for reservation information "' , , PHONE 846-5152 US FOR SUNDAY BRUNCH ................. $4.25 ............. SS.2S 130 WILSON STREET, GRIDLEY 10 a.m. tO 2 p,m. ?i k J: