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February 27, 1980

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chapter next March 4 l:143rd chapter the Na- Association Retired Employees was formed month in Oroville. The pter 1711 includes the , ounty area south of Para- Wi!h 42 charter member_s, civil sbrvice peop e bDl~ I~om Biggs and Palermo are I.!O. attend the next meeting 4 in the Oroville Muni- [Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. [hard. Milligan, president, I[ out that NARFE is the only group working for the bend- LretirediM federal employees. He that legislation exempting t of retirement income is now COnsideration. reshments will be served and I eCting will be short. ~.: l Wednesday, February 27, 1980 - THE GRIDL[Y HEIIALD - Section 1, page 3 Choir will present t March 5 in Marysville The A Cappella Choir from Brigham Young University will present a program of classical and contemporary choral music March 5 at 8 p.m. in Marysville Auditor- ium, 18th and B Streets, Marys- ville. Admission is $2.50 general and $7.50 for a family. Tickets can be purchased at Gridley Pharmacy or at the door. The concert is part of the choir's ten-day tour of California and Oregon. The group's itinerary in- cludes performances in Oakland, San Francisco, San Rafael, Marysville and Anderson, Califor- nia; and Grants Pass and Med- ford, Oregon. In San Rafael, the choir will perform in the 2,000-seat Maria Auditorium in the Maria Civic Center, which was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. The 64-member choir has a varied repertoire ranging from LIONS SPEECH CONTEST WINNER - Gridle) High senior Christine Renaissance to modern.numbers. ELEMENTARY Keen is pictured with Mike 1)ahl, the Gridley laurie speech contest chairman AS well as classical pieces, the Wilkinson after she won a speech contest. Her winning speech dealt with taxes and singers perform spirituals, folk L_elfeteri manager compete at the regional level. Each piece is sung in its original : ! LT"DNE DAYI;I an .---- - Pig-n-blankets,their effects. By winning the District 4CI competition, Keen will go on Io songs and hymn arrangements. mustard' crispy French le|a Sigma Phi meet language, and most numbers areent, il i .t DAy " Tacos,shredded''at' 'aa milk. " caketli Bla tere'd' and cheese,Crn'square'celery finger dipper 1/2fd'redin lVlll lr,- l-') K-/f" 1 "ID ,cx,c or,c r, ' o3 LIIIJ LU 4-rx t.l I choralPerfrmed munder Ralph music Woodward,theWithut atdirectin Brigham chairman accompani- of Young Dr.of i ]rat butter buttered olden . v X " t 1 " 1_ University, the A Cappella Choir chilledfLi. ,g ovlet union IS FII IlllI II[ has gained an international reputa- .... t cup, applesauce & afl, and milk. -- -- -- -- tion as one of America's finest haha P egne lr ntc An intormative and interesting olaCK Happer costume was to its first Euronean tour. the choir eesS:[ad?l fruit jello ral'l ............ choral groups. In1968, as a climax program on his trip to Russia byexhibited by chairman for the won first prize at the International nd milk Mike Boeger highlighted the recent March 15 winetasting, Mrs. De- l:;i~teddfnd in llnnocqlPn WnlP meeting of Xi Gamma Sigma, Beta Meyer.. The event, will be held at ........ In 1970 tY-wa' ............. n m' "R'es I ..... - chitecture found throughout the Valentine remembrances was a Th ............. ,,,H ...... tenors. April. country and a ricultural endeavors pleasant concms on to the even ng ....... Each member of the choir is an Other honors for the choir in- flqBLEY g .... m ot es and k bbutmm throughout ..... such as the very large greenhouses tor Margaret Hughes, chosen oy l~rn~,l ,,a accomphshed soloist m own elude command performances for HIGH SCHOOL Jean Stafford used for farming. Especially en-t e claapter as Valentine eel- 4onoh Run one of right," Woodward said. Queen Sophia in Spain and the |- manaaer/cook joyed was a visit to the Heritage heart. The mystery package was Israel's'beet"known music critics, The numerous requests the choir American ambassador in Paris; lCEb " Museum, the Bolsho Ballet and won by Wdhe McGmms ed he m r for " .... '" prate t s" ge s their abil" yhas received further attest to its representing the United States in Chicken fried ID the opera ,, ',anai ' POtatoes, bread and butter, ou e s meeting, Birth message, full of-genuine sincer- Israel, the choir was invited to do a in Bergin, Norway; initiating the Prior to the" sin s " . . to expressan inner musical high quality. After its tour ofthe lndependenceDaycelebrations ItU' milk" concert tour with the National Kib- Monaco Festival in 1976 under the Y members were guests of Theta itv" Spaghetti, green Alpha for a crepes and salad buffet %', " en beans, bread and but- Enloc Hospital, Chico, CA ... Renaissance c'omposi'tions butz Orchestra. The group has also chairmanship of Princess Grace; 12 mt, and milk. at the home of Kathy Sanderson. MARK - February 25, 1980, to sparkled, the Bach motet movedreceived invitations to perform at and performing for the Plymouth, t:ntertamment was provided by n d rr o hi lti .y . Cheeseburger, fries, . , Doug a d Ju y Ma f C "co, a by its expression, and religious the International Society of Music England, 350th anniversary of the dance students from Corrmne s m l on Is z and milk. . . . . . son, Da "e Lid , 5 b . 12 o . parts which were performed in the Educators [ISME] in Warsaw, sailing of the Mayflower. O Served daily: P-i-ck-a- Studio of Dance m Yuba CHy. Daniel is the first grandchild of course of the evening gave the im- Suellyn Martin, president, conMr and Mrs Eldon Cull of w ' green salad, fruit, and ..... " ' . . " . . y pression that the hole choir sang " home of.Betty Brl.dges. The chap , is Agneta Marr of Chico. Members of the A Cappella 4 H mechanics INFOR,.,...,.,. .DELINGAA/tlAA II _cart 4tems aucted the ousmess meeting at the Gridley. The paternal grandmother on its knees," Ron said. served daily. ter voted to continue support oi LIE Cystic Fibrosis and Kidney Re- Field Day at P Y ,resentecl b T 7" OAK UNIFIED l 1" 7" 1 1 search as a state philanthropic pro- l atle l oerller l g new Butte Coilege .:; , [Wanda Shubat ject and also to raise the cost per .......... ' (,,, L eMeteria supervisor , NESDAY mile for gas of those members ,,-. .,,t,ffi .. .,,.4- .. ..A traveling to Far Northern Call- I' L|IIU W VV t)ILliV k" CIVINt)I On Saturday, March 1, Crusty beef Butte Community Col- tossed green salad, apple fornia. Council.. brunches. ---Katie ............. Koehler installed "/ ......... 'mechanicslege will host a special cup, and milk, s Inwtatlons have been sent to [ yRSDAy Oven roa t . . ....... was as Kathleen Tull, honorary marshal, field day for lneta Alpha memoers ellgtole to r the 147th worthy advisor of Julie King, musician, all past wo - 4-H members from ,W, ,'h pped potatoes and progress to the exemplar chapter .... r,h, ,-,,, ........ "uorfsalad, an el biscuit an he w s ,., ..... .......... : .......... -,,.s butt*- g " " d t y ill be guest, of honor at thy advisors of the Gridley Assem- Butte and the neighbor- bly; and Kim Dillman, chaplain, ing counties. Activities Pumpkin crunch, and a luncheon March 1 at The Buttes ^_ ...... : ..... [ .. . " t,,c past grand Christian flag bearer, will start at 9a.m. on r IB-., Dett DeMeyer and Phylhs Casau- ,,.....,. ,...t.,. .... "4 ,.t.. Be b rrito ,u ou , a.u Those installed during the after- the college campus and Corn che.eses u long wdl attend theMay 15-16-.17 chose yellow, white and lavender noon to serve with Katie were Gall conclude by 3 p.m. EVERY FRIDAY I-' , state convention in fresno and the ^- her colors t tand dressln" , orange v . Haury, worthy-associate advisor; The program will give ge, Peanut .... g . , . chapter oted to pay their conven-She wore a long white dress with Jeanne Tull, charity; Marie Koch- the 4-H boys and girls, T NOON l coo-. putter ChOCOlatetion costs ! k e, and milk " lace sleeves and a purple sash. She ler, hope; Mindy Anderson, faith; who are enrolled in the " " made her installation dress. HerMelissa Haury, recorder; and Debbie tractor and small engine i ca rwie s was.ia 2asket of driedGridley, treasurer, projects, an opportu- rio . .at e a escorted into Officers appointed for the en-nity to test the knowl- ; , ; the assembly room by her father, suing term were Kim Dillman, edge and skills they ,,r Myron Koehler. chaplain; Kathleen Tull, drill have learned in their " " " The installation was conducted leader; Becky Bradley, love; Cindy 4-H project work. There F )F by Melanie Bowers, the retiringMiller, religion;i Gayla Bird, ha- will be identification [,,. worthy advisor. Those assistingture; Teddi Hepworth, immortal- contests, quizzes, and Besides bringing you all the news, [ I rap- ---- Melanie were Debbie Gridley, re- ity; Cynthia Chapa, fidelity; Stacie special skills tests where look what else yourlocal newspaper [ llllg ' " corder, Kris Pfister, marshal, Sormano, patriotism; Kris Pfister, the 4-H erswill do such does... _ o rlll ~OW"6gT 1:~NOTICE---- . service; Debbie Shears, confiden- things as adjust a small Helps you train your dog. - I[ EVff ['Ilk N~L tial observer; Angela Kawasaki, gasoline engineor oper- lli i ,.,..m~ww~iw~,~ I; OF PARTNER AND CON- I/Igl lll U ) outer observer; Julie King, musi- ate a tractor. Lines shelves in your cupboards. vV~]~ i~m _.~.._._ . ] TINUANGE OF BUSINESS tt,, tl/.,.I, clan; and Nannette Pfister, choir The Field Day is open Makes play hats for the kids. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IDdll l Ull director, to all 4-H members or Teaches the eat to stay off the table. $~k ,~ A,mm ~~~111i~] I)~ pursuant to Section 15035.5 a-_ u , Other appointments included: other youth interested Comes in kandy wken you can triad a i.l lMIl l ll| alll[!?i'!l Iv. of the Corporations Code for |ou[ Antonine Mardesich, prompter; in engines and tractors, fly swatter. lll lllil l i l I. that STEELEAGEQUITIES, II , ll II. Kris Pfister, historian; Debbie Bring a sack lunch, ~' ~,_.~ -- "--" ~t.~J[[~,[![ [,IP a Ca iforna kmted Partner- ball Helps start the campfire. "w" ~' Ll l/l[l ~ |~" ship, has withdrawn from a T.,I... Gridley, Pot of Gold reporter; beverages will be pro- "==a~L~~]~" 1~,. partnership composed of it- lOUd]F,.. Kathleen Tull, Gridley reporter; vided. Coordinating the Keeps dust off valuables in the base- "~~::~ self, A.E. HARTER, LEWIS Melissa Haury, sunshine; Debbie event is Dung Flesher, meat. , ~ | KELLER and JOHN M. SIM- Shears, rainbow banner; Kim Tip- of the Agriculture De- Protects your,floors wh, n you point. !~jll, Ult.._ .. ~ .. I~ MONS, heretofore doing , ton, rainbow prayer; and Mr. Don partment at Butte Col- Sops up muddy foot prints. . ~l,V " )~ business as partners under heating ] .... f "' l-r- -- Mich, rainbow dad. lege, along with Bruce live ~. the twm name o uu ~- PUBLIC NOTICE Helps you pack tl~ings for mailing. i-/ iiiL l- c.,,.,s,..o...c.., Rainbow shadows for this term Campbell and Ray Makes a good trash can liner. . }i~ ' FICTITIOUS BUSINESS ' I- of February 6, 1980, by NAME..ra.r..,, are Mindy Soares, love; Dusty Lyon, University of ==.,~,= ==~u,= i~waawlp. IZlpmutua consent As of that Th " " " .......... Ponciano, religion; Nancy Mor- California Cooperative Great for washing windows. ' "-- " .......~" E""ITIES e ~oHowm8 persons are |]ff. date, :all:eLl: ,~ta Vu in " can, nature; Patti Chapa, im- Extension 4-H Advisors AND LOTS MOREl do g business as- CASTLE I ~L has withdrawn fromandhas PIZZA a " . mortality; Cathy Hammons, fidel-in Butte and Glenn t 132 E St Davts I~L ceased to be associated in CA 9r-~a " ' I~ the carrying on of the bust- o..~._~"~..'"~. .. _ ity; Tania Mich, patriotism; andCounties. . ' liP" .... a I:: U&nTl::R LEWIS ,~u,,,,t terry I-toDerson, Nannette Pfister, service. " "*6 lZ A,an - ................... 1174 Grandano Ct Sunny " I~ KELLER and JOHN M SIM- vale - - Installed as the 1980-81 advisory . CA 94087 , In Butte County , I,,L MONSw continue the busP _.' .... . board are Don and Elaine Mich, Hmotn ~-oward R ~r- . ill Y oberson. " l-- hess ,n the future and w ........ Amanda Hale, Betty Hailer, Kathy (O tt of Butte County $8.00 one year) ~1~ rnoenlx Lake R0 ~onora I pay and discharge all liabi- ,~. "' ' Pfister, Jean Lacey, Cindy Ander- I* lities of the firm and receive ~ary Allen Grover 1171 son, Mary Tupen, Chris and N MESTATEMENT How canyou get along I)~ all monies payable to the Tille'" Court Arc " ;" s firm y , ata, uA. Mildred Schneider, Bill Fraser, The following person is ;2: Ii !i ii! Glenn I imerer, and Pen'y Tul' O'' ": | with, out't?U " LL' Greeting l,',ests at the door was ATINGPAINTINGat Rt.AND1, BoxDECOR'858, S~I Rose Koehler, Katie's aunt. Pre- Gridley, Calif. 95948. t Y 8418"81 t siding at the guest book was Robert J. Ash, Rt. 1, Box Katie's cousin, Marie Koehler.858, Gridley, C, alit. 95948. .-- R VIU ! "bruar 6,1980 Signed, " Programs were passed out by Penny This business is conducted -- --0ROVILLE Dated. Fe y JOE ROBERSON Pirtle and Dana Calloway. Kathy by an individual. Ca~- li-cenie #267743 |)~ STEELE AG EQUITIES File No 564O Pfister pinned on the corsages. The ROBERTSigned' J. ASH g I [ L CALL 533-8128 a Limited Partnership: File Dat - photographer was Don Mich. Hoe- File Date: January 11, 1980 TWICE-A-WEEK tin dealer, Bestr,cted to ' "~ By Christopher R. Steele 1980 e: ee~ruary 13, tess for the afternoon ceremony File No. 5545 , ~~r~;~. ' i, General artner Publish' Fe " ~~bited by law. ] Publish: Fe: 27, 1980 ,o ,o ',c~ b'c,27' March 5, was Ruth ~ King. ,, Publish: Feb. 13, 20, 27; MORNING DELIVERY ~i"~"~'3~-,k~-,ji,~'~t',~31"~"~,'~"~-3t~,~- 111-1~, (The Grid/ey Herald) (The Gridley Herald) Katie's mascot for her term is a Mar. 5, 1980 bear, which she named Huggie. (The Gridley Herald) Illll I I I ---