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Pap 2 -- THE GRIDLEY HERALD -- Friday, May 2, 1980 GRII.I)EY EI.EMENTARY Helen Wilkinson cafeteria manager I.IVE OAK UNIFIEI) Wanda Shubal cafeteria supervisor Henry-Johnson vows said during afternoon ceremony The New Life Assembly Church in Linda was the setting for the April 5 wedding of Juanita Glenn Henry, formerly of Gridley, and F'atrick Michael Johnson of Twice-a-week LJ~PS 859-420 William D. Burleson Owner and Publisher Phone [916] 846-3661 630 Washington Street Gridley, California 95948 Mike Gardner, Edilor Office Manager, June Taylor STAFF: Display/Nat'l. Ad director, Loretla Hawley, Advertising sales, Marveda Lucke; Phototypesetiing opelalor, Donna Tibbitts and Susie Burieson; Reporter/Photographer, Sally Coghlan, Proofreader, Arlene" Hook; Press Foreman, John Skaggs and Pressman Roy Stoudt, Printer's Helper Steve Hanson. 2nd Class Postage paid al Gridley, California 95948 under the Act of Ukiah. The rites were performed al 2 p.m. by the Rev. David Hood. The bride is the daughter of Helen Henry of Chloe and the bridegroom is the son of the late Michael Johnson ahd Gladys John- son of Ukiah. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor-length gown of silk guipure and chiffon. It was fashioned-with a high-rise bodice and long, full sleeves. Her shoulder- length veil was secured with a band of lace flowers and sequins. She carried a cascade of white baby roses, butterfly orchids, pink ele- cants and baby's breath. The bridal bouquet was designed by Debbie Funk, the bride's sister. The bride's sister, Larita Pen- dergraft of Visalia, was the matron of honor. The bridesmaid was Debbie Funk of Gridley. They were attired in matching ice-blue, floor-length gowns and carried lace-lrimrned nosegays of butterfly orchids, and pink elegants. The groom chose Alec Pacini of Ukiah as his besl man and Pete MONDAY - Blue Water fish sticks, fluffy potatoes, tartar sauce, crunchy slaw with dressing, corny corn bread and butter, sliced peaches, and milk, rl JESI)AY Tostada wilh cheese, shredded lettuce and tomato, Spanish rice, bultered vegetable, I/2 orange, maple ra sin bars, and milk. WEi)NESDAY - Pizza, combo salad and dressing, seasoned green beans, rasberry jello with fruit, and milk. MANZANITA SCHOOl, l)eh)res Lawrence cafeteria manager MONDAY - "Cinco de Mayo" - Beef enchilada, bultered corn, let- tuce wedge with 1000 Island, chill- cd applesauce, molasses bars, and milk. TUESI)AY - Ravioli casserole, Iossed green salad, zombie roll, mixed fruit, and milk. WEDNESDAY - Beef tallarini, combo salad, I/2 nutty peanut butter sandwich, orange wedge, ranger cookie, and milk. Biggs MONDAY - Cheeseburger, potato salad, lettuce and pickle, FASHION SHOW - The home of Mr. and Mrs. Worth chilled plutns, peanut butter setting for this year's Jobs Daughters Garden Fashion Show 12:30 p.m. Tickets for the luncheon and show, at a $3 cookie, and milk. The famous flapjacks of Butteavailable by calling Susan LaRose .at 846-3142 or Laeta TtIESI)A~ Bowl vegetable County Sheriff Larry Gillick will 868-5996. Fashions will be from Brown and Co., Clarice soup, cabbage slaw, peach ptzza,highlight the menn of the BiggsOur Closet, Little Folks and Spruce Drugs. The commentator will hot cornbread, and milk. l.ions Club's annual pancake Winterstein. Out helping publicize the fashion show are (L-R) WEI)NESI)AY - Roast turkey breakfast fundraiser in Memorial Stevens, Liz Lavy and Buzz Oliver. The Bayles home is off of with gravy, fluffy potatoes, carrel Hall Sunday, May 4, from 7 a.m.Road, just west of Highway 99E in Biggs. rounds, cranberry cup, hot roll,1o 1 p.m. I/2 orange, and milk. "'We're asking for generous sup- GRII)I,EY HIGH SCHOOl. port rrom tile community," says Jean Stafford local Lion presidenl Ray Garrmr. Bookmobile cafeteria supervisor "We've given $1,600 to support sighl and hearing conservatton and Thursda), Ma) 8 - Gridle) and Haskell St., 10:30 lo 10:45 MONDAY - Sliced turkey, rice Biggs young people in the past South Count) Area - East Biggs,Manzanita School, l.arkll3 and gravy, green salad, yeast, roll, year-and-a-half. The treasurer tells corner of Dos Rids Rd. and Biggs East Evans-Reamer Rd., peaches, and milk. me the cupboard is getting bare East Highway, 9:45 to 10:15 a.m.; 2:00 p.m.; and Ric TILJESI)A~=' - Minimum l)a) - and needs restocking." Senior Citizens Residence, 150 office, 3:30 lo 4:30 p.xri. Sandwich, salad, fruil, and milk.The Lions recenlly made a $400 WEI)NESI)A~ - Minimum l)a) - donal iota on an ear operat ion for a Sandwich, salad, fruil, and milk.nine-year-old Biggs yonngstcr suf- fering from poor hearing and ............... repealed ear infections .... Retired 1 employees The exanlining ph3sicians' will see slide show report indicated the child's condi- tion required immediate surgery on Alaska May 6 because she cou,d ,,o, func,,on school with the hearing loss Tile National Association of Re-Six olher Biggs students with Congress, March 3, 1880, Court tired Federal Employees, Oroville sight problems have beell helped Decree number 27207. Meyers of Susan~illeas his Chapter, will meel m the Munici-with eye examinations and eye SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $7.00 per groomsnmn, pal Auditorium on May 6 at 7:30 glasses tit a cost of $248. Another ~~% year iri Butte County and Live Oak. Farrell Pendergraft,son of p.m. $300 went to supporl the Lions i~- -. $8.00 elsewhere in the United States. navid and Larita Pender raft was Single copy, 15c. --- . - Richard Millington, president, l)istricl 4C-1 collective research ,.the candlehghter, will chair the open discussion on proiect, the Eye Foundation. [~ "" tile pending legislation affecting q:he local chib's link to sight and t:,:.,,~ ,:~ retirement and Social Security hearing cases requiring firmncial ,g ..... ~/~. i| " : - - : GHS drama class benefits. Following the business assistance is Teresa Loll-Hansel), ,,'~