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Question or comments? Contact Editor Lisa Van De Hey at Ivandehey@gridleyherald.com FRIDAY >> DECEMBER 2, 2016 THE GRIDLEY HERALD -[- Raymond Shaeffer Raymond Fails Shaeffer, great-grandson of Gridley and Penning- ton pioneer families who arrived in the area in the 1850's passed away on November 23, 2016. Raymond was the son of John and Gladys (Myers) Shaeffer. He was born on July 8, 1916 and he recently celebrated his lOOth birthday. On No- vember 16 he celebrated his 75th wedding anni- versary with Yolanda, the love of his life. Raymond's wife and family were his greatest blessings. Raymond gradu- ated from Roseville High School in 1934 and from Davis College of Agricul- ture in 1936. He worked for Golden State and Foremost Dairies for 35 years. Upon retirement he worked part time for Bremer Hardware in Gridley. Raymond lived his life following the teach- ings of his faith and liv- ing the Boy Scout Code of Honor. He was an Eagle Scout, and as and adult he served as a scoutmas- ter for Troop 26 and an assistant scoutmaster for Troop 29. He helped or- ganize a yearly Boy Scout Jamboree in the Sutter Buttes. Raymond was a member of a committee that organized and de- veloped the Gridley Little League in the mid-1950's. He was a member of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church and the Italian Catholic Federation, and a past governor and life member of the Moose Lodge. Raymond loved to hunt, fish, garden and travel. He also spent time farming on the fam- ily ranch in the Sutter Buttes. He and Yolanda visited all fifty states and went on many memo- rable cruises and trips abroad. Raymond was pre- ceded in death by his son Ryan. He is survived by his wife Yolanda, sons Tyrone (Ardene) of Yuba City; Gary (Ruth) of Clo- vis and Rodney (Che- rie) of Anderson; seven grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. He loved to attend activities and events that his chil- dren and grandchildren were involved in. Viewing will be held on Sunday, December 4 at 4 p.m., at Gridley Block Funeral Chapel, followed by a Rosary at 6 p.m., also at the chapel. Mass will be held on Monday, December 5 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church at 10 a.m., fol- lowed by the burial at Gridley-Biggs Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting me- morial donations to the Gridley Museum, Sutter North Health Care Hos- pice or a charity of your choice. THE ABOVE BOOKINGS AND REPORTS REFLECT ONLY THE INITIAL ACTION~ TAKEN BY LAW ENFORCEMENT IN THE COURSE OF THEIR DUTY. THIS INFORMA TION IS NOT INTENDED TO COMMENT ON THE GUILT OR INNOCENCE OF THOSI LISTED, NOR IS IT AN INDICATION OFTHE FINAL DISPOSITION OFTHESE CASES Thomas P Cohiles Thomas P Cohiles, 68, a beloved husband, brother, uncle, godfather and friend passed from this life into heavenly glo- W in the arms of his Sav- ior Jesus Christ early in the afternoon of Novem- ber 15, 2016 after battling cancer. Tom graduated from Chico State University with a degree in Psy- chology. He worked as a Deputy Probation Of- ricer for Yuba County, before going to work for Capitol Beverage Indus- try and Del Monte Foods before retiring. Tom will be greatly missed by the countless adults and children who's lives he touched with his warm enthusiastic, humorous manner as Vacation Bible School Game Director at Grace Lutheran Church. He was the church presi- dent for several years be- cause of his great leader- ship skills. He is survived by his wife of almost 30 years, Wendy Cohiles; sister Helen (Loran) Cohiles- Perkins and husband Loran Perkins, of Marys- ville, California. A Memorial Service will be held on December 5, 2016, at 3 p.m. at the Grace Lutheran Church, at 150 Ford Avenue, in Gridley, California. In Lieu of flowers, the fami- ly requests that donations be made to the memorial fund of Grace Lutheran Church or Rideout Hos- pice. Arrangements have been entrusted to Grid- Icy-Block Funeral Chapel 530-846-2138. Obtain permission slips from Butte County Ag office 239 Sycamore St, Gridley, 846-4557 Preschool & After School Now enrolling Half & full day programs Call now 846-9901 585 Magnolia www.kidscastle Down Memory Lane: By Helen Lindsey One morning I watched hundreds of planes tow- ing gliders. Later on we heard the Rhur Valley in Ger- many had been heavily bombed. The Germans were behind the dam working on a more destructive bomb to deliver over England. The English or rather I should say one Colonel in the R.A.F., was building a bouncing bomb. Colo- nel Bader had already lost a limb in a raid, nothing stopped him from flying. The day had come for the bomb to be delivered. The Colonel of course was to deliver it. He let it go facing the Rhur Dam. It bounced perfectly, went straight into the dam, a great success, completely demolishing it. A great day for Colonel Bader and the English. AT 2:00 This month's musical variety program will in- clude Soloists Bob Dove, Susan Stone and Fred Rug- giero and Dan Gates on the Pipe Organ and Piano. The program will be Tuesday, December 13, 2016 from 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. (Coffee and snacks at 3:00) This program will be presented to the elementary students at 1:20 p.m., at the Riehvale Church, 5219 Church Street, Riehvale CA. Refreshments will be served at 3 p.m. General Information: The Pipe Organ was installed in the Riehvale Church over 60 years ago. Those of us who attended there over the years enjoyed great music. In recent years the Pipe Organ was not used often and began to fall into disrepair. About ten years ago, Dan Gates was engaged to refurbish the organ and it has now been brought up to state of the art conditions. We have been enjoying the beautiful sounds of the pipe organ and the artistry of Dan Gates for several years. There is no admission charge or solicitation of funds for the concert. For questions or verification call Richvale Church at 530 822 4225 By Barbara Ott I've been cutting back all of my perennials. I rind this job difficult. Not because of the work but because the flowers are still there and when the sun shines the hummingbirds still come. But cut them I must so they can come back in the spring and grow big again and the bees and the hummingbirds can gather pollen and nectar again. I garden in what I can only term jungle style, I love to cram plants into small spaces and let them fight it out. Consequently, once I cut everything back I am always impressed by how clear everything looks. It makes me think that maybe I need to make my garden more sedate...but that never happens I always let the jungle get going again in the spring. My paper-whites are getting ready to bloom and I am thinking about putting more of them in after all they are invisible most of the year, they don't add to the tangle. I hold strong to this concept in regard to all bulbs. Thick and lush while blooming, then gone. Off I go, the leaves are calling my name they need to be raked. THE OI:IIDLEY English Varieties No Amount Too Large or Small Farmers, Call Us For A Quote! We'll Pay The Highest Price Around! What Do I Need To Sell My Walnuts In Butte County? * If you are the Grower: A valid Proof of Ownership (valid restricted Materials Permit, an Operator Identification Number, a Certified Producers Certificate issued by the county where the trees are located, or a Cash Seller Certified Issued by the agricultural commissioner) while the commodity is in your possession, while being transported, and until sold * If you are a Gleaner: a completed Gleaner Certificate while the commodity is in your possession, while being transported, and until sold. 60 W. Liberty Rd.. Gridley 846-6338 Mon--Fri. 6am to 3pm. Open Sunday 7am to 1:30pro The following are excerpts from the daily incident report of the Gridley/Biggs Police Department (GBPD). The phone num- ber for the Gridley/ Biggs Police Dept is 530-846-5678. Arrests and Citations Sun. 11-27-16 bAt 10:55 p.m. Anthony Michael White, 30, of Gridley, was cited and released for driving without a valid drivers license at W. Liberty Road and Hwy 99, according to a GBPD report. bat 12:50 a.m. Harold David Grove, 58, of Gridley, was cited and released for driving on a suspend- ed drivers license at Hwy 99 and W. Liberty Road, according to a GBPD report. Mon. 11-28-16 bAt 10:O4 a.m. Charles Justin Phillips, 41, of Gridley, was ar- rested on a local felony warrant, according to a GBPD report and was transported to Butte County Jail (BCJ). kAt 12:13 p.m. a juvenile was arrested, cited and released for battery on Locust St, according to a GBPD report. bat 1:15 p.m. a juvenile was arrested for possession of mari- juana on E. Spruce St, according to a GBPD report and was trans- ported to Butte County Juvenile Hall. Tues 11-29-16 bAt 11:41 a.m. Versy David Ashford, 27, of Gridley, was ar- rested for possession of stolen property and vi- olation of parole in the 1500 block of Hwy 99, according to a GBPD report and was trans- ported to BCJ. kAt 12:08 a.m. David Reynaldo Cor- tes Mayorga, 19, of Gridley, was arrested, cited and released for" possession of mari- juana while driving at Sycamore and Haskell streets, according to a GBPD report. Pick up an application at 650 Kentucky St. Gridley Toys for Tots The Holidays are a time of joy, happiness and goodwill. It is a time of giving and helping those who are less fortunate than ourselves, especially children. Since 1948, the United States Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program has collected and distributed over 470,000,000 toys to an aver- age of 6,500,000 less fortunate children annually. Gridley Fire Fighters in cooperation with Butte County CALFIRE are asking for your help. From now until December 22, caring citizens are encour- aged to drop off NEW AND UN-OPENED gifts at Gridley Fire Station located at 47 East Gridley Road. HOW YOU CAN HELP Donate a toy to your local campaign Donate your time to help local campaigns Donate service with putting, a receptacle at your business, offering warehouse space or media exposure and transportation support Make a tax deductible donation to Marine Toys for Tots Foundation 18251 Qauntico Gateway Drive Triangle, VA 22172 -S District 2 California Assemblyman - Noreen Evans P.O. Box 942849 Room 6031, Sacramento, CA 94249-0002 (916) 319-2002 District 3 California - Assemblyman James Gallagher 2060 Talbert Drive, Suite 110, Chico, CA 95928 (530) 895-4217 District 4 California Senate - Jim Nielsen State Capitol, Room 3070, Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 651-4004 Governor of California - Jerry Brown California State Capitol, Suite 1173, Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 445-2841 District I Representative - Doug LaMalfa 506 Cannon House Office Building U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, D.C. 20515 (202) 225-3076 1453 Downer Street, Suite A, Oroville, CA 96965 (530) 534-7100 U.S. Senate - Dlanne Felnstein Hart Senate Bid., Ste. 331, Constitution Washington D.C. 20510 (202) 224-3841 U.S. Senate - Barbara Boxer Hart Senate Bid., Ste. 112 Constitution Ave. Washington D.C. 20510 (202) 224-3553 U.S. President - Barack Obama The White House, Washington D.C. 20500 (202) 456-1414 Ave. & 2nd St., N.E. & 2nd St., N.E. J[- ; : ?/;~