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May 30, 1980

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Friday, May 30, 1980 -- THE GRIDLEY HERALD -- Page 3 by local shown at benefit June 21 is the date I"o1 Community Memorial tim's second Fashion Show featuring old-time clothes by Mrs. Max Fiedler of The fashions to be shown an extensive collection, of which was shown at the last November. popular event will begin at and a $2 donation is re- Tickets may be purchased museum or from members Museum Commission and xiliary. For reservations. museum, 1333 Butte House Yuba City, ix open 9 a.m. .m. weekdays, and I to 4 Currently on Is exhibit of 1922-32 showing the develop- if American cars and the ring art of the era. There is lission charge. Lunch MENU HIGH SCHOOL Jean Stafford cook-manager - Oven fried chicken, beans, green salad, corn- cookie, and milk. Enchilada, mixed green salad, yeast roll, and milk. - Beef reEl-ups, and gravy, green salad, fruit jello, cookie, and - Spaghetti with '+Vegetable, salad, yeast roll, milk. - Cheeseburger, potato lettuce, fruit, cookie, and served daily. a carte items available. LIVE OAK UNIFIED Wanda Shubat Cafeteria supervisor Pepperoni and Pizza, buttered corn, lettuce With 1000 Island dressing, and milk. )AY - Beef bean burriro, mixed vegetables, tossed dad, oatmeal ma , }iSon, wedge, and milk. - Grilled cheese I, salad, fresh fruit cup, brownie with tara- and milk. - Hot dogs, oven th catsup, carrot and dills, and milk. A NICE SUMMER" The Cafeteria Staff ENGAGED - Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Roles of Biggs have announced the engagement of their daughter, Diane, to Lewis Evans of Richvale. The bride-to-be is a 1979 graduate of Biggs High School and is now a beautician. Her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Evans of Richvale. He was graduated from Biggs High School in 1976 and is now emplo)ed al Kilb) Manufacturing. The couple plan a June 27 wedding al Ihe Biggs Assembl) of God Church. Music Circus box office opens Tickets for the 1980 season of Sacranlento Music Circus ``viii go Oll sale al the Civic Theater Box Office on Saturday', May 31 al 10 a. Ill. Single tickets for all three ;pcc- ials and the eight musicals x~ ill bc available at that time. The box of_ rice, at 1419 H Street in Sacra- menlo, ``',ill be open froln 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday tllrough Salt|t- day and noon to 6 p.ln. i~il ~li+ll- days. Starting .Lunc. 16 the, hours, Candidate's parade here on Saturday A small parade featurixlg a coun- try and western group aud a militia squadron will roll through Gridley promoting Third Assembly District can didale-Wally Herger at 11 a.m. He will also be available for qt,es- lions at the corner of Virginia and Hazel Streets. v, ill change to 10 a.m. to 9 i',.m. Monday through Saturtlav and noon tO 8 ell Sundays. Ihe Ihree specials to open tile ',ca,,on v, ill be 4 Girls 4, lhc MiI#i (,a)nor Shov+, and Ain'l Mish, c- ha,sin'. [lie musicals to l'olhm, arc No, No Nanelle, Canlelol, 'lhr King and I, ilrigadoon, Kiss Me Kate, Once L'pon A Matlress, An- nie Gel ~ our Gun. and Grease. l-or l~ox-Oflice infornmtion call 441-3163.-the local Music Ch-cu,, licker culler is lon.v ihmecaldo, Ilc, risi, al 846-5631. SBRq' auditions now conducted SMiter Buttes Regioual lhcatre's annual general auditions for the plays Io be presented in lhc 1980-'81 season series ,,,,ill bc con- ducted at The Playhouse, 629 (i Street, Nhuys\ille on [uesday and ~'ednesday, ,lune 3 aild 4 slarlill7 al 7 All persons inlel-esled ill reading for roles and ``olnllleerine for prod,iclion clex`` assigl/menls arc in\lied to allend. \\hell lilt MllllllICl's ]lt'{tl I', till tou'tl aPl~iecialC Ihe conilOlllil~, ',hadc ot a lrcc. Nov, \till t.'~.ll/ ob- lahi I1oiii VOUI local nlll'~el)niall IllUll\ ``arieties and specie,, el c\eI'UI'CCll and tlcciduoLI~ qladC Iiees lhal t\ill plo\J(lc conllOllill~, ~hadc in lhe COlliinQ Mlllllllelx. Candlelight ritual greets new Beta Sigma Phi members Xi Gamma Sigma chapter of Beta Sigma Phi received ten new members May 27 during the final meeting of the year. Suellyn Mar- lin conducted the impressive can- dlelight Exemplar ritual for Sue Elledge, Sharon Dowd, Nelda Fer- guson, Paula Fawns, Dorothy Pires, Avis Onyett, Susan l.aRose, Patti Robinson, Dixie Baker arm Joyce Spencc, all progressing from Theta Alpha chapter. The cere- mony was held at the home of Dell DeMeyer. A champagne toast was raised to the new nlembers and gifts of a yellow rose and silver progression charm were presented to each along with many congratulations. All chapter Inembers were present including Sandi Boeger and Shar- ron Phippen who have been on a leave of absence the past year, bringing the chapter's total mem- bership to lwenty-seven. A nleeting was held following the ritual with newly installed of- ricers presiding. A reporl was given by Jeanne Hart of the calen- dar and tentative budget eel tip re- cently by the new board and con> nlittee chairmen and socials, ways and 1neans projects and cultural programs ``,,'ere outlined. The inter- national theme for lhe coming year is "Share Golden 1-rcasurcs" aud Mrs. Hart announced she will use "Somewhere Over the Rainbow... (iolden Treasures Lie and Happy l.iltle Bhlebirds Fly" as her per- sonal theme. Members voted to recomn~cnd an amendment to the by-laws rain- ing chapter dues and also conven- tion budget. Sign-up sheets were passed for hostess, co-hostess and cuhural programs. The chapter chose personal hobbies, interests and Butte County historical points as Ihe topic for next year's cultural progralllS, each inelnbcr creating their m``n title. Doll l)eMeycr read a portion of a personal loiter fronl Hazel Block, the inlernalional division chair- man, congrainlaling Xi Gamma Sigma on the publicity received from lasl year's winetasting which will appear in a future issue of the sorority 1nagazinc, The Torch. She also praised the contributions inade by all Beta Sigma Phi's to Cystic Fibrosis and Kidney Re- search at the May 15-16-17 ~tate convention in Fi'esno which she at- tended alone with 1800 members, I)onaliOltS of $90,(X)0 went to lhe I\~.O slate charities at lilt" conven- I i011. (.group interest in the formation of se`` elal gournlCl clubs ````[Ix initialed bv Margaret tlughes and a sign-up ACS board meet planned in Willows lhe fourth quarterly meeting of the Bt,ttc-Glenn-Tehanla Unit of the American Cancer Society's Board of l)ireciors will nleet June 11. The dinner meeting ````ill be at 7 in Nancy's Coffee Shop in Willows. Dr. Sidney Thonlas will be the guest speaker. The public is invited to attend. Cost of the dinner is $5.50. ttle lune I 4th + sheet \~as passed. A summer social will be planned and will be held at the llome o1" .Ioyce Spence, while oilier socials ````'ill be announced at a later date. Plans are also under- way for the Butte Cotinly Fair floral garden booth which lhc sor- ority chapier enters annually, chaired by Arlene Grein and Pat Grecn. Follo``~ing adjournlneni the group traveled to Pasquini's Res- tauraul for a dinner and social gathering and presentation of awards. Receiving perfect attend- ance stars were Mrs. Grein, De- ' Meyer, Phyllis Casaulong, Martin and Jeanne Hart. Parents with heart meeting Parents With Heart ````ill hold a special "Sunday Picnic" meeting June 1, 3 p.m., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Young, in Paradise. Parents With tteart is a recently formed supporl group for parents wilh children who have serious h.eart problems. AI ils Ma`` meeting, ltie group heard Mary ]:ran Hazinski, a Sall t:ranci~co pediatric [children's] llurse, speak on heredity and its relationship It\ hearl disease in children. An acli\c discussion followed. For more inforlnation about the gronp or Io make reservations for the .lune meeting, please call Mr,. Young ai 877-1164. Aging plan hearing is June 10 Tile Comnmnity Cen- ter in (_'lrico will be the silc of a public hearing to be held by lhe Cali- fornia Deparlmoll of Aging on its proposed State Plan for Aging Progranls on ,lune 10. The cenler ix located at 545 Vallombrosa Avenue in Chloe. Tile hearing will start at 10 a. 111. This ",',ill be the eighth in the series of 10 public hearings sched- uled by lhe Department of Aging on the pro- posed lb.ree-year State Plan to take effect next October 1. Copies of the plan and its objec- ti',es will be a\ailabic at each of the hearings. Senior citizens and those in,.'ol``ed with programs and services for them in the Chloe area are especially urg- ed Io attend Ihe hearing and participate in final developnlcnt of the State Plan. Other hearings \``ill be held in Merced, May 27; Oakland, May 28; Santa ('ru/, May 29; Bakers'field, ~Julle 2; San Bernardino, .lune 3; F'asadena, June 4; San Diego, .lune 9; LJkiah, June 11; and \Vea`` el`` tile, .I une 12. I-or e``ery $1(X) con-