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Chino Valley News from Chino, California • Page 20

Chino Valley Newsi
Chino, California
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i IP Christmas comes to Chino High Chiho Val.lGy News Section II Wednesday, December 17, 1980 7 i fit These two Chino High School students have a special friend whose ear they try to bend in tonight's opening performance of the Chino High School Christmas program. Both tonight's show and tomorrow night's performance begin at 8 in the school auditorium. Here, Nancy Chavez left, and Teri Eubanks ask Santa (alias Coach Paul Allen) for some special presents under the tree. (Staff Photo) News and Champion combined next week There will be no Chino Valley News on Wednesday next week. The News will be combined with the Friday Chino Champion on the day after Christmas and distributed to all homes in the Chino area, whether they subscribe or not. The two issues are being combined to give the Champion staff some time off at Christmas and to give advertisers better circulation immediately after the holiday. The Champion office will be closed Wednesday afternoon. The regular Wednesday schedule will be resumed the following week. The Champion office will be open for business Saturday. Chamber mixer Thurs Abdulla's Old Country Deli in the new Mountain Village shopping center at Mountain Ave and Riverside Dr will host members of the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce at a mixer during its grand opening celebration Thursday afternoon. 1 i. tft-n'rt I ti Vl mi Don Lugo sings tonight Shannon Smith, Kevin Hopkins and Dale Fenimore are part of the Don Lugo High School Chorus which will be adding to the festivities tonight at the school's annual Christmas program at 8 in the school auditorium. The event includes vocal and instrumental performances aswellasadramatic presentation. Theme is "Assignment: Christmas Spirit." (Staff Photo) IKj if -3 We love to do both his and her hair designs Member of HIT and CCA Ordcmow! Holiday Turkeys IWr'v chmged om mmmw to hn poo know mt do cm-torn hatr dnigw for both mm ond worm. Mokt poor appomlmeni torh mn4 votd rht rush. WESTERN WEAR Jingle Bells dancers Dancing to tunes like "The Jingle Bell Rock" gives a special lift to tonight's opening performance of the Chino High School Christmas pro-gram, 8 pm at the school multipurpose room. Admission is SI for both tonight's and tomorrow night's shows. Dancers shown here are Frances McLeod and Bruce Van Earden. (Staff Photo) Santatoflyin Santa Claus will fly into Chino for a private party Saturday. His helicopter will landattheCivicCenterwest parking lot so he can attend a party to be given for their children by the members of the Chino Police Officers Assn. Obituaries Richard Morgan Graveside services were held Tuesday at Crest lawn Memorial Park, Riverside, for Richard Charles Morgan of Ontario, who died Saturday at San Antonio Community Hospital, Upland. Mr Morgan came to this area in 1950. Surviving are his wife, Erma; a daughter, Wanda Dye of Chino; fbufsorfs-, CharleSHarid" of Ontario, and Robert of Montclair; two sisters in Oklahoma, 21 grandchildren and 14 greatgrandchildren. Griffith Mortuary is in charge of arrangements. (Fresh Dressed) For Christmas Dinner Grown dressed on our Chino Hills Ranch Custom Hair Design Hours: Tuts, thru Sat Opan at 8:30 a.m. 4631 Riverside Chino 628-5091 WESTERN APPAREL RIDING EQUIPMENT ENGLISH A WESTERN Saddles -Boots LEVI'S WRANGLER LEE Open 9:30 am-6 pm Friday 9:30 am-9 pm Schaefer's B-B-B Turkey Ranch NOW 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU 5420 Mission Blvd. 875019th 989-4544 Ontario 628-5026 Rancho Cucamonga ALTA LOMA SQUARE a 14728 Peyton Dr. 597-2015 For all your musical needs ORGANS PIANOS TELEVISIONS STEREOS BAND INSTRUMENTS SHEET MUSIC Need some help fixing up your home? Rehabilitation loans, up to $15,000, are available to low and moderate income homeowners. Restore, improve your house with a low interest loan. Buy her AN INVESTMENT! (und s)MK'lhiil(! nIic will cherish) Golden oak with oval bevelled mirror Golden oak Marguerite Fisher Funeral services were held Tuesday evening at the Griffith Chapel for Mrs Marguerite E. Fisher of Chino, who died in a Rancho Cucamonga convalescent hospital Saturday at the age of 75. Mrs Fisher was born in North Dakota on June 1905, and came to Chino in 1946. Surviving are her husband, Mose Fisher; three daughters, Luella Schlosser of Cucamonga, Ellen Jean McConnell of Pomona and Mildred Millsap of Chino; two sons, Vernon Sathler of Villa Park and Robert Sathler of Los Angeles; seven brothers, two sisters, 12 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren. Burial will be in Hight Cemetery, Mulberry, Ark. Griffith Mortuary is handling arrangements. Montclair Plaza (South of Main Mall) 621-2965 983-3601 $469 Mg) BOW FRONT BUFFET Rococo antique oak ENGLISH SERVER BUFFET soys i Hip and bcuulilul )7 II. lull) wuli 5 Ih-ivIIcU imirors. mIU hMs luu arc. coik cupboard. Ideal combo bar and bullet. 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Word Gets Around That we are offering the best value home in Chino Hills with 4 bedrooms, 1V4 bath, large lot and family room. Won't last long at Hilltop Retreat Elegant tri-level home featuring 4 bedrooms, pool on 3 acres for the family that loves wide open space. Priced below market at $154,900. Home with Character Two bedroom Ontario home, priced to sell quickly. Only $62,500. Great for investment or starter home. Call us today. Waiting For A Bargain-One a beautiful 4 bedroom, bath, two story home with an assumable VA loan. Priced below market at $131,500. If this meets your needs, we recommend quick reading JIID.UUU. "Tho Cicn Tfcnt Sales Star Joan Kaufman Sales Star Grace Van Notts paw Bud Hull welcomes customers and riends to visit him at Enterprise Chevrolet where he has recently joined the sales staff 1079 W. Foothill, Upland 985-2866 (Between Mountain and San Antonio) Vv i Guaranteed Sale Plan Equity Advance Plan V.A. 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