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June 11, 1980

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i-i THE GRIDLEY HERALD & SHOPPING NEWS -- Wednesday, June 11, 1980 e "Ihe lave Oak High School Class of 1980 was graduated in cere- monies last week. The graduates are: Susan Lynn Alverez, Roberto Cu~iel Angel, Douglas Leon Avert,, Kay Lynn Bagley, Maria Yolanda Banuelos, Stephen Allen Bales, Jeffrey Keith Boone, Loren- da l_ec Callahan, Lori Lynn Caudill; Randall Charle,, Col'felt, Scarlet Gall Collins, Nina Calisse Cryer, Roque Topt Curiel, Patricia Ann Darling, Kimberlee Joy Davis, Rebecca Jean Davis, Amrik Singh Dhillon, Parminder Kaur Dhillon; Sarbjit Singh Dhillon, Larry James Doltins, Susan Gwen Donaldson, Roberl Karl Dudley, Ste,~en Douglas Eisenhour, Teresa Ruth Elston, Jonel Rene' Epp, Kazan l.ouise Fillmore; Robyn Kaye Fillmore, Deborah Lynne Fox, Nancy Lynne Gad- berry, 131asa Lelicia Gonzales, Harry Herbert Harland 11, Lane lhomas Harris, Richard Scotl Hartley, Gregory Scott Ice, Nel- zahualcoyolt Jasso, Kevin Harold Jones, Aide Jurado; hndad Aziz Khan, Mark Wayne l.angley, Joseph Micheal l.opez, Renal Darren Marsan, Markham Hillis Miche[i, Linda Suzanne Milton, Nasim Akhtar Moham- med, Dennis Alan Monroe, Maria Reyna Moreno; Robert Gene Newman .It., Michael F.dmond Nissen, Andrea Lynn err, Gary Wayne Parks, Rosalva Loya Perez, Rosary l.oya Perez, Blaine Perrin, Kris Edward Pierce, Maria Meredes Sanchez Pompa; Yvonne Carol Probst,* Vincent John Raczynski, Lucila l.ivier Ramos, Pamela Kalynn Risen- hoover, Richard Merlin Schies, Michael Joe Scruby, Scou |-dward Sexton, Kulvinder Kaur Singh, Greig Allan Sizelove; Sherry Marie Smith, David Allen Tale, Blaine Jeffrey Taylor, Janice Lee Thompson, Sleven Keith Vaughn, Angela Maria Whipple, David Jeffery Williams, Pale Williams Jr., Anila Louise Wolfe, James Richard Wright, and Michele Renee Ybarra. * Mid-term graduate. HIGHWAY 99 & WILSON STREET, GRIDLEY 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 i IIUlllD ll lq|llllHl(lli i OOOOOOO00OOOOOOOOOO000000000000000000000000000000 14 FREE ENTRY TICKETS AVAILABLE AT ALL CENTER STORES (No Purchase Necessary to Participate) 'illllllllll ~ ~- ~ --v-- --~v~ ~v~v~'-- -- -~---~--- I I I I || Noon to 4 p.m., Friday & Saturday, June 13 & 14 IIII II I I I I I IIIII I I I1~'- NOON TO 4 P.M. JUNE 13TH & 14TH IIII IIIII HERE IN PERSON!ll 51 PAUL HOFER 49'ER QUARTERBACK PAUL HOFER 49'ER RUNNING BACK SIGNING AUTOGRAPHS ANSWERING QUESTIONS NOON TO 4 P.M. SAT., JUNE 14, ONLY I I I # I I III I I I II IIII I II I I I I THE SCOOP e JANET'S CARDS & GIFTS eSPROUSE REITZ eTHRIFTY'S DRUG e JEANS 'N STUFF e ROUND TABLE PIZZA e WASH TUB COIN-OP LAUNDRY eCASSIE'SCASUALS eOURCLOSET eLITTLE FOLKS I I I II I [I I I " II I Ill I I I I I COAST-TO-COAST HARDWARE e JOHNSON'S SHOES eCITIZEN'c SAVINGS AND LOAN I I I I I OO0 n II I Ill I I I Illll I I I I In II Potluck iuncheo was May for Pomona "Ihirty-two ladies and four enjoyed the delicious potluck il eon at the Pomona Oi C.W.A. meeting in the Grange Hall last May 26. During the meeting, the candy and cookie contests discussed. The group also listened to ter from Starla Clapp, a grange scholarship recipield: her letter, she expressed her clarion to the organization f0f scholarhship. Miss Clapp graduated from the State University at Chico this spring. Mr. and Mrs. Justus were congratulated on their wedding anniversary. The mystery prize and prize were both won by H Frye. "Only the bold get to top." Publilius FFA OFFICERS - The incoming Future Farmers of America officers are: (L-R) Terri Lerner, reporter; Leslye Ramsey, vice president; George Bernard, trea- surer; Brent Springer, secretary; Toni Austin, presi- dent; and Chuck Lowery, sentinel. Not pictured is Jim Anderson, scrapbook editor. Colusa Fair parade Frida) q he Friday night, June June 13 Colusa Fair Parade is expecled to be one of Ihe best in the hislory of the fair parades. lhere are nine dixi- signs in the parade with cash awards of $85.00 each for Ihe t'irsl four places in the decoraled ftoat division; $10 each cash awards for four place,, in both deco- rated cars and comic and novelty entries. Amique car oxvners and ma.iorelle units will be a~arded trophies and each participating bancl rccei es $25. Marching SCOtll and other nlarch- in~ tlJlils are given satin roselte participation ribbons and the fire dcpartmenis ancl cam- tactical entries are also prescnled parlici- pal ion ribbons. 1 he mounted division has l'irsl, second alld lhird place ribbon ax~ards for the best n~ounled groups, bcsl junior co~bov or coy,- girl and 1he best senior cmvboy or co~vgirl. Entries shot, ld be re- cei~ed a~ the Fair office al lhe fairgrotmds by 5 p,m. Monday night, June 9. t:or additional in fornlalioll concerning Ihe parade v, Ifich forms at 3rd and Market sit'eels and travels "Ares| on Market to Tenth and dov, n Tenth Street to Webster, disbanding at the park, contact Parade Chairman Bob Wood- ring 458-2176 days or 458-4294 ex ening. The Colusa ('aunty fair Parade is pre- judged, so entrants should read the infor- nmlion Oil tile entry form carefully. April estimates shiny U.S. farmers ~ill phml 82 million acres of corn this year. That's three percent more than in 1979, according l Sperry New Holland. Tax refund at $681 A total of 4,061,937 Federal income tax re- turns had been received by the Internal Rexenue Ser~ ice's Fresno Service (.:enter by May 24 from Northern Californians. Michael A. Sassai, District l)irecmr for In- ternal Revenue Service for Northern California, said today that the axerage refund sent to qualifying taxpayers by Mav 24 was $681.18. 1 hc refund checks ~cre senl to 2,890,542 la\pa3crs in Northern California. Fxcluding imeresl, the cumulalivc lolal of the rcl'unds \~;.ts S1,969,- 004,413. A haPPY body is a healthy body! Women's combim of physical fitness cardiovascular endurance, toning, exercise and :e. 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