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June 4, 1980

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Show Colusa Fair June 15 Junior Open Show to be held the Colusa County on Sunday morn- June 15 is open to from Colusa and the sur- nding counties of Sutter, Lake, Glenn and Butte. by the Col- County Sheriff's the show offers different classes three groups in class. more detailed in- :ion contact ike Anania, 653 'ette Street, Col- of pick up entry and information the Colusa County Grounds office in by phone or by I. AHSA rules book be the guide for and there will )hies awarded in class and' ribbons place. A silver will be awarded the high point win- in each division. offered in- te pole bending, figure eight, barrel and sical chaffs with class subdivided divisions for those over, 12 and and pony. with less than may be com- and high point is on one horse one rider. Entries June 9, post an- will be taken from a.rn. to 8:30 a.m. on- the show will get at 9 a.m. attire must be and hats are not in the gym- Participants be no older than and a five second is added for barrel or pole nt cked over. Entry is $2 per class. The Grounds office be contacted by 458-2641 or by ring P.O. Box 240, usa, Ca 95932. at Fair exciting triple bill COuntry western an- will perform ttUrday night, June at the Glenn Coun- Fair. are Jana Jae, Allen Jr. and Smith. Glenn County starts a four-day in Orland June 12. cases reported few scattered cases, rubella have been by the Butte Health Depart- the outbreak )ng Chico State students in April and early "Department indicated that a of 31 students diagnosed with sometimes call- German or 3-day easles, during the phase of the out- Only two addi- cases were noted Ong Chico State stu- in mid-May. In last week of May, five cases were )Served at Butte Juvenile Hall Health Department All cases were and all patients are Pected to recover th no complications• ne cases of' rubella reported in 1979 County, the 10 average is 34 cases authorities say most cases of bella are mild and at Juvenile Hall discovered by the ealth Department me- staff through the health evalua- ivan all those ad- into the Hall. WEEKLYSPECIAL! WEEKLYSPECIAL/ eFvll Body Shampoo - Oily or Normal eFull Body Conditioner- Regular or Damaged el:lean Hair Shampoo e lllUm & Protein Shampoo - Oily or Regular eBalsam & Protein Conditioner- Regular or X-Body • i I THE GRIDLEY HERALD & SHOPPING NEWS -- Wednesday, June 4, 1980 WEEKLYSPECIAL/ "~ --qlb, I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ~..° Detergent 20' Off Label (Without Coupon, $1.59) LIMIT ONE PER COUPON - ONE COUPON PER FAMILY Cash Value 1 /20 cent - Effective Wed., June 4 Thru Tues., June 10 at Safeway WITH THIS COUPON 926 Bounty (Without Coupon, S1.07) COUPON LIMIT ONE PER COUPON. ONE COUPON PER FAMILY Cash Value 1/20 ˘Ont - Effective Wed., June 4 thru Tues,, June 10 at Safeway 927 Prices Effective Wednesday, June 4 Thru Tuesday, June 10 at Safeway Sales In Retail Quantities Only copyright 1960 Safeway Stores, Inc.