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Wednesday, March 12, 1980 - THE GRIDLEY HERALD - Section 1, page 3 The Butte County Department of Public Health announces the following events to be held March 17-31, 1980." Appointments are needed for most services and can be had by calling 846-3103. FAMILY PLANNING CLINICS Oroviile - 5:00 to 8:00 p.m., March 26. IMMUNIZATION CLINICS Oroville - 3:00 to 4:00 p.m., March 19. PREGNANCY COUNSELING Gridley - 10:00 a.m. to Noon, March 19 and 26; and Oroville - 8:30 to 10:30 a.m., March 18 and 25. WELL-BABY CLINICS OR PHYSICAL CHECK-UPS FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG ADULTS Gridley - 1:00 to 6:00 p.m., March 18; and Oroville - 8:30 to 11:00 a.m., March 19; and 1:00 to 5:00 p.m., March 27. WIC (Supplemental Food/Nutri- tion Education Program) Gridley - 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., March 21; and Oroviile - 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., March 20 and 27. VENEREAL DISEASE CLINICS Oroville - 1:00 to 2:00 p.m., March 19 and 26. The longest letter to the editor -- 13,000 words -- was written to the editor of the Fishing Gazette. It was published in 7 pt. type, spread over two issues in 1884. Write a shorter one to your newspaper ed- itor during National Letter Writing Week, Feb. 24 - Mar. I. Gridley surgeon voted into B-G Medical Society Dr. J. Jay Oldroyd, M.D. of Gridley was recently voted into full membership of the Butte-Glenn Medical Society. This brings the total membership of the society to 202. A general surgeon, Dr. Oldroyd has his offices at 225 Spruce Street in Gridley. FOR TITLES - Musicians from through- California, including these repre- District 1, encompassing the Butte compete in the Northern Regional by the California State Old Association. Fiddlers' n March 14 out and we'll whomp it up the word from fiddlers and guitar hout the North State who will the California State Old Time Northern Regional Contest s Municipal Auditorium. Pickers Competition begins at 14, and continues all day Satur- Finals begin at 7 p.m. March 15. north of Sacramento on State will host juniors, seniors and in their respective catagories, for those over the age of be featured. to Association rules, the contestants play a hoe down, a waltz and a own choice, and they are judged fiddling ability, rhythm, timing and against favoritism, the music is who evaluate the music without musicians are playing. the fun will be guitar pickers' com- night, and competition among ac- of whom will be vying for trophies tWards. Another highlight of the event Sessions by some of the North State's blue grass musicians. on the contest can be obtained by and Jean Bond, (916) 675-2218, CA, or The Oroville Area Chamber (916) 533-2542. Biggs from Biggs High School have compete 'in the Bank of America's Awards program. student is Standley Newton. Study is science and mathematics. six other seniors received cer- merit for superior performance in fields. They are: Cathleen Loftis in K nipe in social studies, Audrey mathematics, Kim Rowe in business, in agriculture and Julie Doughty will go on to compete on With students from other area high at this zone event will be con- educators, business and com- be based on written tom- discussions, scholarship, plus activities. and fourth place zone winners in receive $100, $75 and $50 respec- in zone competition will then regional finals. finals, zone winners will compete of $2,000, $1,000 and $750. All receive $500. r Buttes is ect of BCHS g March 23 of the Butte and Setter coun- societies will be held at the Setter Society Museum at 2 p.m. Sun- 23. The museum is located at 1333 just west of the main freeway City. Presiffents Randolph Sch- and Lorna Barth of Chico will the meeting. will be Margit Epperson of faculty member of the Manzanita an observer and student of the Setter Will speak on theix, natural history. her presentation the group at the drive around the Buttes, ending in A no-host refreshment stop will be Fremont monument near Set- east edge of the Buttes. Participants own refreshments. of the Butte County Historical of directors will be held at the headquarters on the Butte Corn- campus at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, # TIME and DECOR REPAIRS I PARTS FOR ALL CLOCKS Sa/es & Trade BATTERY MOVEMENT REPLACEMENT calls on floor clocks." PHONE 046-4407 % Mandy says, "Dittos fit me too, Mommy." Precious pink Dittos feature front pocket. Mandy has teamed hers with a Ditto sleeveless knit top of pastel stripes - in a lightweight poly cotton available in sizes 4 to 6x. Spruce also carries the new Ditto 'peek-a-pocket' jeans for young ladies. John is ready for the big hunt in this bib front short outfit topped with a bright red shirt. Both. are by Thomas and available in sizes 2-4 toddler. VISIT THE ANIMALS BY DANKIN AT SPRUCE DRUG...BUNNIES, DUCKS AND CHICKS FOR EASTER FUN...PLUS A ZOO FULL OF OTHERS...BUT, PLEASE, DON'T FEED THE ANIMALS! I Mandy, daughter of Rick and Kim Le white long dress wi from Bryan th lots of ru tterman, w white She Complete and lace I ' ears a beautiful thre roung Jo " Easter ou ." tSone.ofours r" blue.a.d ..... ",e.plece suit so, of Allan tfit wlth a hat a P mg fauhnons Qv llable "" reversi and Mar ' . nd Purse s dle, W!th Plaid oro..,:-, ble vest b,, Y. Lou Wiser _ e! and ._ "~ mru OOv'o ~:- 2u'u Sportr, , :_ 7-'. rxYOal. Thi= h.,_~ has elect .a = to ncu ff,s" fro l ea Hex long S"/ee'v tae r mes hsha OUble el OUts f Obut. Arriving Soon! CREAMY MILK CHOColATE FILLED WITH YUMMY MARSHMALLO W ROCK Y-ROAD AND CRUNCHY WALNUTS...DELICIOUS! PLACE YOUR ORDER , NOW FOR EASTER! 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