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Page 8 -- THE GRIDLEY HERALD - Friday, February 8, 1980 By Kevin Dundas On the basketball courts of Sycamore gym, Gridley's eighth grade basketball team beat Central of Oroville's eighth grade in all upset. It was a battle that ended with Sycamore ahead 56-55. This may seem like just another close game, but it was much more than that. Oroville's athletes have domi- Annual peach meet Wednesday in Sacramento Members and guests of Califor- nia Freestone Peach Association will convellc at the Slockloll 11111, Stockton, on. February 13 for the 26t h annual meeting of the associa- lion. Registralion is scheduled Io begin al 10:30 a.m., with the business meeting at 11 a.m. Wall Wcimer, Atwaler grower, will preside during the morning pro- gram. The business session will fealure reports on association affairs and the status of the freestone peach industry by president George Yuge, Turlock; and manager John Sialn, Modesto. Guest speaker following Ihe noon luncheon will be Robert K. Best, deputy director and chief of lhe enviromnental law seclion of the Pacific Legal Foundation. The Foundafion, which is head- quartered in Sacramento, is a public interest law firm whose primary objective is to ensure lhal all interests, including the righls of individual citizens, are effectively represenle0 in court. A Stanford graduate, Best also holds a law degree from the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of La~. The afternoon session will be chaired by IS)ave Muller, Denair. Those planning to attend are urged to send in their reservalion cards immediately. 4.H RICE COMPETITION WINNERS. Dorothy, Shelton's combination fourth and fifth grade class has won the Butte County 4-H Rice Paddy Contest for the third year in a row. The award was the result of class work planting and harvesting a small section of rice. The class then cooked and ate part of what it produced as a class project. Shown here are (front SCOTTS Super Halts Plus 2000 sq. fl.-10 Ibs .... $10.95 Now's the time to stop crabgrass, poa annua and 7 other problem weeds before they get started. Plus, it supplies your lawn with a complete feeding of Scotts long lasting fertilizer! |Ill Ill IIIll Ill II Sl.00 OFF Hill LAWN SPREADER ...with precision flow control is the way to get the best possible results from your lawn care dollars. It spreads lawn products evenly and ac- curatdy and helps eliminate ineffective under-applica. lions and wasteful over ap- plications. PF-1 SPREADER $32.95 natcd virtually everything at this age level. Central has some out- standing athletes - young men we will surely watch play college ball. This same Central team embar- rassed the Sycamore eighth grade at the Paradise Tournament earlier this year, but Tuesday it was a dif- ferent story. With excellent dribbl- ing from Ty Andreason (aided by David Brogdon), Sycamore time and again broke thepress. David Choate made four lay-ups in the first quarter of the team play that challenged the Central press all afternoon. Andreason and Brog- don delivered pass after pass. Kevin Dundas contributed baskets from the outside when they were needed. Doug Anderson led Gridley scorers with 16 points. Coach Dick Erickson, jubilant at the win, said, "We won on the boards. There was great passing and great shooting, but we won with Dundas, Choate, and Ander- son rebounding. Campbell, Hills, and Brown are three of the best athletes l've ever seen at this level so you know how much this win meant to us. Central played a great game Tuesday afternoon, but we were one point better." Sycamore led by 12 at the half and 10 at the end of the third quar- ter. Then they held on as Central made a great comeback. The scorers for Sycamore were Anderson with 16, Ty Andreason with 12, David Brogdon with 7, Kevin Dundas with 13, and David Choate with 8. For Central, Richetts had 1, Brown had 14, Hill had 19, Camp- bell had 17, and Huntington, 4. Tuesday there was another upset, this time in an overtime. Oroville's seventh grade Royals were defeated by an outstanding Gridley team 39 to 36. The game was close fight to the end when the teams were forc- ed into overtime when the score was tied 34-34 at the end of regula- tion time. Gridley played tough defense and won it at the end of overtime, defeating Oroville for the first time this season. Mike Luiz scored 13 points to lead the Bullpup scoring. Next was Matt Harvey with 8, Steve Jensen 10, Eric Oldroyd 6, and Ronnie Bon- ner finishing with 4. Oroville's J. Edward scored 9 points along with 'Youngblood, Thomas and Parscll, each with 6, and Tatum with 5 points. Last Friday and Saturday, Live Oak held their annual Invitational Basketball Tournament. The teams that were present were Gray Ave- nue of Yuba City, Bear River of Wheatland, Gridley and Live Oak. The Bullpups seventh grade played Bear River in the first round and defeated them 40 to 24. Mike Luiz had the hot hand this game scoring 18 points. Next was Steve Jensen with 12, Matt Harvey and Eric Oldroyd with 6, Doug 'Stokes 2, and Mark Steele with 1 point. Then the Bullpups faced Live Oak for the 7th grade champion- ship and defeated them and took the championship with a 43 to 26 victory. Again, Mike Luiz was high point man with 14 points, Eric Oldroyd had 12, Matt Harvey finished with 7, Steve Jensen 6, Mark Steele and Doug Stokes with 2 points each. Gridley's eighth grade then de- feated Bear River 41-28 in their first game. Doug Anderson scored 19 points, Kevin Dundas finished with 7, David Broaden 4, Kevin Mattes and Ty Andreasen 3, Bruce Guy and Todd Bequette 2, and Bryan Guy with one point. Then, for the championship, Gridley defeated a tough Gray Avenue team 47-43. Gridley lead at thehalf but by the fourth quarter the game was very close. Doug Anderson and Ty Andreason each scored 18 points, next was Kevin Dundas with 6, and then David Choate with 5 points. Gridley took the eighth and seventh grade championship trophies, but a deserving Live Oak cheering section took the spirit award. Tuesday it is Gridley vs. Central at 4p.m. row, I. to r.) Max Castaneda, James Burgess, Aman- da Gallardo, Laura Kawasaki, and Vickie Tdpp; (second row) Carlos Campos, Becky Memmler, Gaye Marler, David Cottam, Mike Campos, Rosemary Cardenas, Janet Mercier, Harpreet Dulai and Harley North. "No one can build his security upon the noble. hess of another person." Willa Cather Fish & Game CALENDAR OROVILLEr CREDIT BUREAU Coltectims, Credit Reports Room 2 1847 Robinson St. PHONE 84@5712 Feb. 16, Sat. - (DFG) Open ocean salmon sport fishing season. Feb. 20, Wed.. (DFG) Close black sea brant hunting season state- wide. Feb. 22, Fri. - PFMC t~earing on draft plan amendment for ocean salmon fisheries, in Eureka. , ICE . LUNCH MEATS COLD DRINKS BEER & WINE SANDWICHES (HOT & COLD) . SNACKS . GROCERY ITEMS LICENSE OR SUPPLIES Live Minnows Rod, Reels, Tackle SHELLS-- 22, Sholgun, Rifle HAND TOOLS FOR THAT WEEKEND JOB WE MAKE KEYS ALL WEEK 7:30 a:m. to 7:30 p.m. tvens-Reimer Rd. & Lad(in Rd. Pit. 846-2590 I ii ..... WII,SON STUDENTS OF THE MONTH - For the month of January, Wilson School awarded its Student of the Month certificates to: (front row, I. to r.) Rusty Smith, Arcelia Munguia, Jill Mardesich, John Gama, Aaron Dahl, Stacy Waiters and Jennifer Steele; (second row) Shannon Fife, Gaston Sandoval, BL Results This week's action was high- lighted by a showdown between two of the best teams in the Gridley Adult Basketball League with Casa Lupe barely squeezing by Little Orchards, 88-84. MONDAY'S RESULTS Mid Valley has changed its name to Points Unlimited, but that didn't help as they were crushed by State Farm, 84-60, in the first con- test. Murph Reynolds scored 28 for the winners while Kurt Meyers tallied 24 for Points Unlimited. STATE FARM (84) - Reynolds, 28; Jolley, 19; B. Hawes, 14; B. Ellcessor, 10; P. Ellcessor, 7; and Tamagni, 6. POINTS UNLIMITED i60) - Meyers, 24; Armanio, 15; Kal- back, 6; Banes, 6; Loftin, 3; and Green, Post and McDermott, 2 each. The late game was a real barn burner as Little Orchards almost pulled off the win. Little Orchards' Brent Little was fouled with 17 sec- onds left on the clock and Casa Lupe ahead by 5. He connected on two free throws and added another on a technical foul. Little Orchards retained possession and had a chance to tie the game, but a pass was intercepted to end their come- back hopes. CASA LUPE (88) - Johnson, 24; D. Nelson, 19; Dave Nelson, 18; Smith, 14; and C. Little, 13. LITTLE ORCHARDS (84) Wingo, 37; B. Little, 15; Ramirez, 9; Sasaki, 8; Dempsey, 6; Baggett, 5; and G. Little, 4. WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS In the only game Wednesday, FWT edged EBB 104-98 in a close contest for the entire game. FWT won every quarter but the fourth, but they were unable to put the game out of reach, thanks to 24 second half points by BBB's Dave Hughes. FWT had four players scoring 20 points or more, led by Bill CallawayN 28. FWT (104) Callaway, 28; Brown, Francis and McDaniel, 20 each; Owen, 8; Marzolf, 6; and Glander, 2. BBB (98)' - Hughes, 28; Younger, 22; Stoudt, 20; Vaughn, Butler and Baker, 8 each; and Hawes, 4. Because they only had four players, the Pleasant Club had to forfeit the early game to State Farm. NEXT WEEK Monday it will be BBB vs. Points Unlimited followed by Casa Lupe vs. the Pheasant Club. Wednesday it will be Points Un- limited vs. FWT in the early game followed by Little Orchards vs. State Farm. 680Kentucky Street - Ph. 846-5634 BICYCLES. ACCESSORIES TIRES. TUBES. PARTS - REPAIRS - Serving Gridley for over 25 years 846-3211 V/SA' BULLOCK'S CAMPER SALES NEW & USED Used Campers SHELLS & Trailers YEAR-END 2700 HINAY 99E, DISCOUNTS ORIDLEY PUBLIC NOTICE iliana Cervantes, Mark Wadsworth, Roslyn Vi ] Erick Dahl and Michelle Roach; (third row) M~] Watson, Sarah Oliver, Becky Haury, Ann Hath~ Nicole Carlin, Kerry Pfister, Ammie Tipton,~~ Amaya, Rusty Clark and Javier Diaz. / a SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF BUTTE CASE NUMBER 23739 NOTICE OF DEATH OF MARY E. McCLUNG, also known as MARY ELIZABETH McCLUNG, and as MRS. JOHN B. McCLUNG AND OF PETITION TO ADMINI- STER ESTATE Estate of MARY E. Me- CLUNG, also known as MARY ELIZABETH Me- CLUNG, and as MRS. JOHN B. McCLUNG, Decedent. To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, contingent credi- tors, and persons who may be otherwise interested in the will or estate of MARY E. McCLUNG, also known as MARY ELIZABETH Mc- CLUNG, and as MRS. JOHN B. McCLUNG. A petition has been filed by VIRGIL R. DAVIS in the Superior CoUrt of Butte County requesting that VIRGIL R. DAVIS be appoint- ed as personal representa- tive to administer the estate of the decedent. The petition requests au- thority to administer the estate under the Indepen- dent Administration of Estates Act. A hearing on the petition will be held on February 21., 1.980-at 8:30 a.m. in Dept. II, located at One Court Street, Oroville, California IF YOU OBJECT to the granting of the petition, you should either appear at the hearing and state your ob- jections or file written ob- jections with the court be- fore the hearing. Your ap- pearance may be in person or by your attorney." IF YOU ARE A CREDITOR or a contingent creditor of the deceased, you must file your claim with the court or present it to the personal representative appointed by the court within four months from the date of first issuance of letters as provided in section 700 of the California Probate Code. The time for filing claims will not expire prior to four months from the date of the hearing noticed above. YOU MAY EXAMINE the file kept by the court. If you are a person interested in the estate, you may file a re- quest with the court to re- ceive special notice of the filing of the inventory of estate' assets and of the petitions, accounts cqnd re- ports described in section 1200 of the California Pro- bate Code. THOMAS G. SANFORD Attorney for Petitioner HARRIS & SANFORD, 965 Spruce St., P.O. Box 908, Gridley, CA 95948 Telephone (916) 846-5691 Publish: Feb. 1, 6, 8, 1980 (The Gridley Herald) DAN SOUND 1"4 (Gridley-Bius call collect) RES. 846-311Q IALII A IIIVlCl 11/SERVICE ANTENNA SERVICE Repairs on stereos and car radios Gridley-Bigp.Live Oak Service Calls ... $14.50 LATE MODEL USEDTV'S 657 Plumas St., Y.C. II I II 90 Pinto 2 Dr, Sedan, 2.3 econ- omy engine. 4 speed trans, No. 6454. WAS $4349. 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