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Question or comments? Contact Editor Lisa Van De Hey at Ivandehey@gridleyherald.com WEDNESDAY >> FEBRUARY 10, 2016 >> THE GRIDLEY HER~ SPRING TEA BEING PLANNED - FOCUS members, Kitte Gold, Kathy Potoski, Debbra Murphy, Beverly Smith, Groverlee Dahl, Cynthia Wells, Nancy Schouten (seated) and Martha Soares invite the community to atend their Spring Tea March 5 at Masonic Lodge. Tickets are $15 for adults and children and there will be plenty of activi- ties for the children. (Photo provided) The ladies of Focus, a children's charity, are pre- paring to host a traditional English Tea, at Gridley's Masonic Hall, Saturday, March 5 at 2 p.m. Children are encouraged to attend. There will be story telling and a photo booth. Raffle prizes will include boys and girls toys as well as items for adults. A prize will be awarded to the nicest hat. Menu items will include tea, scones with Devon- shire cream and lemon curd, cakes, savory tea sand- wiehes, and a numerous assortment of cookies. Seat- ing is limited. Admission will be by reservation and east is $15 per ticket for children or adults. Table set- tings will be for eight persons, so you may want to re- serve your own table for you and your guests. To make reservations, please call Nancy Bill at (530) 301-4866. Proceeds will go towards Tech Trek. Teeh Trek, a proj- ect of AAUW, is a science and math camp designed to develop interest, excitement, and self-confidence for the 8th grade girls. WORKING COUPLE IN THEIR 50"S LOOKING T( A NICE 2/BEDROOM HOME ~ W/GARAGE IF POSSIBLE~ IN NICE NEIGHBORHOOD OR INTHE COUNTRY ANYWHERE FROM RICHVALE TO YUBA CITY H! Bruce D. Bowling sion with his wife Alieia inz: Arkansas. He also served as Bishop of the. the Gridley ThirdWard, and as a member of the Gridley California Stake Presidency. Bruce was preceded in death by his parents Richard and Drucilla Bowling, and one grand- daughter Eliza Bowling. He is survived by his A funeral service loving wife of forty-seven will be held on Thurs- years, Alieia Bowling, of day, February 11, 2016 Gridley, California; four 1 p.m. at The Church of sons: Douglas (Char- Jesus Christ of Latter- mayne)' Bowling, of Sa- day Saints, 400 Spruce lem, Oregon, Richard Street, Gridley for Bruce (Lisa) Bowling, of Ran- D. Bowling, 67, of Grid- cho Cordova, California, ley. He passed away on David (Jessiea) Bowl- Thursday, February 4,ing, Robert (EmmaLee) 2016 in Chico, California. Bowling, all of Gridley, Bruce was born on California; two dangh- August 18, 1948 in San ters: Sherrie (Steve) Jose, California, one of Jensen, of Woodland, three children, born to California, Anne (Craig) Richard and Drucilla MeDowell, of Erie, Cola- Bowling. rado; one brother, Gor- Brueewas alongtime don Bowling, of Alton, resident of Gridley, hav- Wyoming; one sister, ing owned and operated Sharron Bowling, of Pey- Bowling Family Dentistry ton, Colorado; and fifteen in Gridley for fo :years. He hacl a life lo ag pas-grandchildren. A visitation will be sion of fishing. He was held on Wednesday Feb- THE ABOVE BOOKINGS AND REPORTS REFLECT ONLY THE INITIAL ACTIONS COURSE OF THEIR DUTY. THIS INFORMA. TION IS NOT INTENDED TO COMMENT ON THE GUILT OR INNOCENCE OF THOSE LISTED, NOR IS IT AN INDICATION OF THE FINAL DISPOSITION OFTHESE CASES Just Ask a dedicatedScouter, and served as the President of BSA Buttes Area Council, and Vice President of the Golden Empire Council. He also served as a Wood Badge Course Director, and was awarded the Sil- ver Beaver award, BSA highest Award. Bruce was a life long devoted member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints, having served in many callings includ- ing a full time mission as a young man to New Zealand, a second mis- ruary 10, 2016 from 7 till p.m. at the Gridley- BloCk Funeral Chapel. : resident Ye Pao Chue of the Table Moun- tain Second Hmong Branch will officiate the service. Interment will be in the Gridley Biggs Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of the Gridley-Block Funeral Chapel. Contributions to the LDS Missionary fund are suggested by the family. THE GRIDLEY News Racks are located at: The Gridley Herald Black Bear Diner All Stop Market E1 India Feliz Gridley Grill Sav Mar Safeway The Gridley Herald P.O. Box 68 650 Kentucky Street Gridley 846-3661 on Loeal Matters Mail your signed opinion to: The Gridley Herald RO. Box 68 Gridley, CA 95948 Cannot exceed 300 words. Letters will be published at editor's discretion. THE ORIOLEY W 650 Kentucky St., Gridley, 846-3661 Makes A Great Gift! THE GRIDLEY Offer Expires: 2-29-16 For NEW subscribers or,not a subscriber since August 2015. The following areing to a GBPD report. excerpts from the dailyFri. 2-5-16 ineident report of the bAt 9:29 p.m. Gridley/Biggs PoliceElieser Jaeabo Dolo- Department (GBPD). res, 37, was arrested for The phone number battery on Washing- for the Gridley/Biggs ton St., according to a Police Dept is 530- GBPD report and was 846-5678. transported to BCJ. Arrests and Citations 'bAt 1:28 a.m. Bar- Wed. 2-3-16 bara Gaytan Navarro, bAt3:27p.m. Wil- 33, of Gridley, was ar- bur Clayton Crislip, 51, rested for public intox- of Gridley, was arrest- ication on Virginia St, ed for public intoxica- according to a GBPD tion on Sycamore St,report and was trans- according to a GBPD ported to BCJ. report and was trans- Sat. 2-6-16 ported to Butte County bat 11:56 a.m. An- Jail(BCJ). drew Craig McLean, bAt3:34p.m. Kul- 32, of Gridley, was vir Kaur, 24, of Yuba arrested for reckless City, was arrested for driving at Hwy 99 and driving under the in- Evans Reimer Road, fluence on Hwy 99, according to a GBPD according to a GBPD report and was trans- report and was trans- ported to BCJ. ported to BCJ. bAt 10:07 p.m. Thurs. 2-4-16 Lisa Marie Hedemark, bat 12:03 a.m. 37, of Gridley, was ar- Jessica Zepeda Solari, rested on an Oakdale 21, of Gridley, was Police Dept. warrant cited and released for in the 1500 block of driving on a suspended Hwy 99, according to a drivers license at Idaho GBPD report and was and Locust streets, ac- transported to BCJ. cording to a GBPD re- bAt 2:02 a.m. Alex port. Yates Shackleford, 31, bAt 3:06 a.m. Mi-of Gridley, was arrested chelle Williams, 48, of for driving under the Gridley, was cited and influence on W. Liberty released for driving on Road, according to a a suspended drivers li- GBPD report and was cense at Kentucky and transported to BCJ. Laurel streets, accord- Reduce Your Risk of Stroke Since 1989, May has been designated as National Stroke Awareness Month. Stroke happens when blood flow to part of the brain is interrupted. Fortunately, perhaps due to increased aware- ness, stroke death rates dropped 35 percent between 1998 and 2008. However, every year, stroke still kills more than 133,000 people in the U.S., and is a leading cause of serious, long-term adult disability. Stroke occurs slightly more frequently in women than men, and African-Americans have an increased risk for the disease. Some things you can do to lessen your risk of stroke are: control blood pressure and cholesterol levels, don't smoke, limit alcohol consumption, eat a healthy diet, and exercise regularly. There are warning signs of a stroke, and acting quickly when stroke is suspected is critical. The National Stroke Association suggests the FAST test when stroke is suspected: Face. Ask the person to smile. Note if one side of the face droops. Arms. Ask the person to raise both arms. See if one drifts downward. Speech. Ask the person to repeat a simple sentence. Listen for slurred speech. Time. If you observe any of these signs, call 911 immediately. Learn more about the disease and its preven- tion and treatment at www.Stroke.org. If you or someone you know have any additional questions regarding Rehabilitation care please contact the Marketing Department of River Valley Care Center at 530-695-8020. RIVERVALLEY District 2 California Assemblyman - Noreen Evans P.O. 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