The Placer Herald from Rocklin, California on June 22, 1972 · 2
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The Placer Herald from Rocklin, California · 2

Rocklin, California
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Thursday, June 22, 1972
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PAGE 2 THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1972 THE PLACER HERALD the PUdlB EMU An Independent Newspaper Published continuously since September 11, 1852 Second Class Postage Paid ot Rocklin, Calif Office Of Publication: 5220 First Street Phcne 624 3020 Address All Communications to: 1030 High Street, Auburn, California 95603 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY POSTMASTER: Please Send Form 3579 to 1030 High Street, Anbun California 95603. Subscription Rates: $1 per year payable in advance. A newspaper of general circulation as designated in the political cade of the State of California and so declared in the County f Placer, Order Number 11560 and legally qualified to publish all Itgal notices. Display, classified and legal U THERE'S SOMETHING SPECIAL about wedding anniversary parties that most people enjoy, whether it's the surprise element, if it is a surprise, or just that the couple made a go of it for however long a time is being celebrated. My husband Don and I enjoyed such a party this past Sunday as we helped friends celebrate their 20th anniversary of their wedding. The couple, Charleen and Neil Bielski, were our guests for an hour long Sunday drive along the Sacramento River, enjoying the farmlands on one side and watching the skills of ' the water skiers on the other. . Our destination, unknown by our friends, was a small steak house called Tony's located in Walnut Grove some 25 miles from Sacramento. When we arrived, we were greeted by their friends and relatives and Tony and Mary Enos, owners of this near famous restaurant. Charleen and Neil were surprised and very pleased to see her father, Sam Piazza; sister Ann; brother-in-law, Carl Kulasa; and friends, Joyce and Ralph Griffin, Barbara and Al Larkin and Ann and John Dean on hand for the celebration. In talking to Tony, we learned that the town of Walnut Grove has about 1,000 population. In 1936, the Chinese section, in which Tony's is located, burned to the ground. The Enos' started their restaurant in 1954 and have been very successful with a packed house every weekend. We also had an opportunity to meet the Enos' son, Del, who just graduated from the Chico State University. Another friendly face was that of "Smokey" Dryden, the chef who did such a mangificent job on the New York's. THE LOOMIS JUNIOR WOMEN'S CLUB had 20 youngsters attend the first of five Story Hours to be held on Fridays in the Loomis Branch of the Placer County Library. American Indians is the theme for this summer's program. The Story Hour is held from 10-11 a.m. BABE RUTH NEWS. The John A. Stacker Post 775 Babe Estate Sued In Accident Injuring Six Damages totaling $710,000 are being sought against the estate of a dead man by six members of a San Leandro family who were injured four years ago in an Interstate 80 traffic accident which claimed the life the errant driver. The suit was filed by the John C. Hall family Hall, his wife, three children and his mother-in-law against the estate of Helmut K. Bonn, 42, of Sparks, Nev., who was killed in the head-on crash one mile west of Penryn May 13, 1968. The highway patrol stated at the time that Bohn's car crossed the divider strip and smashed into the Hall auto. The Halls are being represented by Lawyer Everett P. Rowe of San Jose. "Funeral Service Within the Means of AH" SANDS' - FOOTHILL CHAPEL HARRY E. SANDS, Owner Loomis, Calif. 652-7288 rates available upon request. By Jean Davis 624-3020 Ruth baseball team from Loomis took the first half of the league honors. The team went undefeated with a 7-0 record, overall 12 straight wins. They had excellent pitching with Bill Anderson, Sam Golden and Tom Hamilton dividing the pitching assignments. Bill had over 30 strike outs to his credit and two one-hit ball games. The batting punch was furnished by long hitting Bill Naylor, Tom Hamilton, Stu Kageta and Bill Anderson. There are seven games to play, concluding the season before the first of July. Gary Steffen is the team manager and Bob Makimoto is team coach. THE CLYDE DONALDSONS have received their first letter from their son, PFC Steve Donaldson, stationed in Iwakuni, Japan with the Marine Air Wing. Young Donaldson is a 1971 Del Oro graduate. He commented that he was (just a little) homesick. He left Travis AFB two weeks ago. THE MINER'S RAVINE 4-H Club held the end of the season awards picnic at the home of Gary and Peggy Kaveney. Pins were presented to four members who had stayed in the same project for five years. . They were Patria Pederson, horse; Diane Pederson, clothing; Bill Fullerton and Debbie Schultz, sheep. It was announced that Diane, Debbie and Bill and Karen Kaveney will receive their Gold Stars during the Placer County Fair in July. Other awards were presented as follows: silver star, John Gallup, Stanly Donaldson, Steve Parris, Sherry Ensey, Karin Bakotich, Lee Rathbone, Scott Bakotich, Julie Fullerton; bronze star, Mike Parris, La Donna Thomas, Sue Dorman, Kim Kramer, Pattie Dequine, Brian Winger, Debra Nelson, Kris Kaveney, Jill Henry, Sandy Rathbone, Margaret Wycoff, Steve Thomas and Julie Pingree. IVY DOWN and her son, John, will be leaving Sunday for a 30-day trip to Japan, part of a study-travel seminar sponsored by California State University at San Francisco. WOMEN'S GOLF. The Indian Creek Women's Golf Club played host to the Sierra Women's Golf Club from Placerville June 15. Sierra's results were: Low Gross, Glen Brosi, 42; first low net, Edith Logan, 43-11-32; second low net, Eleanor Reaves, 47-14-33; Fewest putts, Mrs. Brosi with 15. Closest to the pin, Mrs. Reaves, 17 feet, six inches. Indian Creek results: Low Gross, Pat Brown, 41; low net, Delia Flint, 43-15-28, Betty Benedetti, 44-16-28; flight A, Theresa Mellelo, 43-10-33, Arline Podoll, 44-10-34; flight B, Garland Gallagher, 43-12-31; flight C, Betty Anderson, 50-15-35; flight D, Betty March, 48-18-30. Fewest putts, Mrs. Brown with 13. Closest to the pin, Mrs. Flint, eight feet, four inches. A REMINDER TO READERS. Send in your summer fun news and let us all enjoy reading about your trips, visitors, camping, home barbecues or whatever. Drop me a line at 5220 First Street in Rocklin or give me a call at 624-3020. 1 would like to hear from you. Jo r ViEg' Mil Member of Girl ScoutTroop 465, Rocklin, gathered for a picnic in the Rocklin City Park to honor their leader, Mrs. Jean Leffler, before she moves to Redlands with her husband, Lynn. Troop members are Lynn Atwood, Linda B oyd, LaDeana Brossard, Linda Brown, Linda Conidaris Eileen Curry, Gayle Curry, Robin Geldrich, Marcia Glover, Rocklin Girl Scouts of Troop 465 honored their leader, Mrs. Jean Leffler, at a picnic in the Rocklin City Park last Wednesday. Mrs. Leffler is moving to Redlands with Scholarships The Placer-Nevada Counties CowBelles' Scholarship program was concluded this past week with the awarding of $75 scholarships to an Hearing Friday On Application For Duplex Building The Placer County Planning Commission has set tomorrow (Friday) at 11 a.m. for a public hearing on the request of C.R.C. of California for rezoning to allow construction of duplex residential units on 50 parcels in Sunset Park Unit No. 2 in the Sunset Whitney area. The rezoning requested is medium density multiple residential from single family residential, and the county development review committee has recommended approval because the property is designated for "duplex housing" on the Sunset master plan. The hearing will be held in the board of supervisors' chambers at 175 Fulweiler Avenue, Auburn. Walden West Sets Symphony Program Ward Finley will direct Sacramento Symphony members in an outdoor afternoon concert at the Walden West Ampitheatre Sunday at 4 p.m. The program is presented through a grant of the Music Performance Trust Fund of the recording industries. The ampitheatre is in a wildlife refuge overlooking Folsom Lake. A regular program of events will continue through the summer. For further information or directions, call 652-7274. GARY C. TANK0 WELL DRILLING WATER GUARANTEED STATE LICENSED CONTRACTOR STA-RITE PUMP SALES AND SERVICE COMPLETE TESTING & WATER TREATMENT UNITS WATER LINE DITCHING & INSTALLATION I of , tl ' Given Three By CowBelles agriculture student member of the Future Farmers of America in each of the three chapters within the organization's district. At Placer High School Karri Samson was the recipient of the award presented at the senior awards ceremony by CowBelle Scholarship Chairman Frances Coefield. At Nevada Union High School the award was made to Stan Baer at the Awards banquet by Seven From Area Awarded Degrees Seven persons from Placer County received degrees at the 81st annual commencement exercises at Stanford University. They were: Auburn Robert C. Baldwin, John S. Santa, James S. Topic; Alta Susan D. Prince; Colfax Ronald P. Fawcett; Loomis Akiko Kitada; Roseville Benjamin' F. Stetson. GET SMART SEE LARRY SMART For A New Or Used PLACER VOLKSWAGEN HWY.49 AND BELL RD. Office: Ph. 885 0444 Res.: Ph. 452-7773 AUBURN Off Hwy. 49 on Luther Rd. Rt. 5, Box 5547 Phone Day or Night 885-0421 CP Jennifer Hinton, Tracy Johnson, Kathy Kane, Deanna Leffler, Shari Noah, Kelley Pelleymounter, Tanya Perez, Sharon Schneider, Lisa Robertson, Debbie Roullier, Vicky Reeves, Lori Scriven, Pam Sterling, Sandy Sterling, Heather Swikard, Janet Yarger, Brenda Rau, Kim James and Denise McClellan. her husband, Lynn. Presenting a plaque of appreciation to Mrs. Leffler are Melinda Loozano left and Lisa Robertson. CowBelles' Past President Marian Conway. Rick Hoffman of the Lincoln High School FFA received his scholarship from CowBelle President Lila Vineyard at the school's awards assembly. Earlier in the spring two Sierra College girls received $100 scholarships to assist in their future education in their chosen field. Mary Craig of Auburn received the Dixie Meredith Home Economics Scholarship and Barbara J. Thomas of Lincoln the award for the field of Agriculture. HOW THOUSANDS OF HEARING AID USERS ARE HEARING BETTER! Not only ore they hearing but they are also happy knowing that today is our 30th anniversary. HAPPY ANNIVERSARY GERRY... Marc RADIOEAR) MM 01 I 1 AUBURN HEARING AID I CENTER I 11117 High St. Auburn I I Pltii ttnd in Inlormiilon on I Ridioair 1010 CROS. I I NAME I I I ADDRESS. CITY I STATE. I -ZIP- Auld Will Face Trial In Auto Accident Death Superior Court Judge Leland J. Propp has set July 18 for the trial of Air Force Sgt. James C. Auld, 35, of Citrus Heights, on a charge of manslaughter stemming from a fatal traffic accident in Roseville last January. Auld is accused of criminal negligence in the death of Victor Lee Polley, 25, of Roseville. Authorities claim that Auld had been drinking when his car smashed into the rear of Polley's vehicle at the intersection of Douglas Boulevard and Sierra Gardens Drive. They estimated the speed of Auld's car at 75 miles an hour at the time of the crash. Polley died the next day. Auld, who is stationed at Mather AFB as an adviser to an Air National Guard unit, is represented by Attorney W. J. Mitchell. By the end of November, most of Canada is usually covered with snow. mm? (mmxmiih I V I I I I - i I I I I I 1 I I f Bank of America Auto-Magic financing. Ash your dealer. BANK OF AMCRtC NT4A As the announcer said, "All you people are part of a new all-time record crowd at an Oakland A's baseball game!" Fifty boys and their friends from the Penryn Junior Baseball League enjoyed the game between the Oakland A's and the Baltimore Orioles recently. Many thanks to the adults who drove the boys to the game in Oakland and then delivered them home again. They were LINDA CARRELL, JIM REICOSKY, KEITH and JOAN KOTT, BOB and DONNA SMITH, DON ALLEN and JOHN DuPRIEST, all of Penryn; and RALTH SLIGHT of Loomis. DAN TAYLOR, his wife, CLARA, and their two children, SUSIE and STEVEN, will be leaving shortly for a six-week trip to Nova Scotia. It's a Chinchilla Field Day Scheduled At Ferreiras' Ranch The third annual field day sponsored by area chinchilla raisers will be held Saturday at the Ferreira Fur Farm, about seven and a half miles northwest of Auburn on the Mount Vernon Road. Willis D. Parker, editor of the monthly Chinchilla Journal, will report on current market conditions. He and his wife have .just returned from a world tour of fur centers. Mrs. Parker will speak on types of pelts which are in demand. The couple will drive from their offices near Oakhurst to attend the event. Nile Pearson of Big Bear City, an international pelt marketing executive, will discuss how pelts find a market. Another speaker will be Francis Peterson of Fair Oaks, compurter specialist and chinchilla raiser, who will talk on the importance of records for pelt production and profit. Host Manuel Ferreira will speak on "How To Handle Your Pelts." In 1970 the Ferreiras purchased the original chinchilla herd which had been owned by the Chapman family from 1923 until Reginald E. Chapman's retirement. Chapman himself has attended the field day here in the past, as have many breeders and raisers from other states. BANKof AMERICA Penryn Portraits By Jeri Muller Phone 663-3128 combined work and pleasure trip for the family. Dan will be teaching a course sponsored by the Department of Education in Halifax, Nova Scotia. His subject will be the "Principles of Supervision" and he will be teaching two different classes. The family will be leaving shortly by air and will make a stop in Boston. Once they reach Nova Scotia, they will be staying at the Saint Mary's University House, which is an "apartment-complex" reserved especially for the faculty and their families who are involved in the summer school program. While on their trip, Dan and Clara plan to visit relatives in Minnesota and they also hope to take two side-trips one to Washington D. D. and the other to New York City. LARRY DECKARD recently returned from an emergency trip to the Chicago area which was prompted by a death in the family. In spite of the nature of the trip, Larry was able to visit friends and relatives there whom he hadn't seen for quite some time. Retiring after 20 years of service in the Army are Mr. and Mrs. Dean Foust. Lois is the daughter of WALTER and INEZ MARIANTE. The Foust family has been residing in Germany, but they will be back in the U. S. very soon to stay.. Tentatively they plan to make their permanent home in' the area of Tacoma, Wash. Lois is a graduate of Penryn School the old one. Visiting with the WALTER MARIANTES recently from Linden were Mr. and Mrs. Ray DeVol. The DeVols brought their own steaks and the two families had a sumpteous barbecue on the evening of their arrival! Inez says that anyone equipped with steaks should feel free to drop in and visit them anytime. Inez, who as most of you know, has just retired from 25 years of service as cook at Penryn School, had quite a shock the other day. It was her very first free day at home and she decided to surprise Walt by baking him a lemon pie. It had been quite some time since she had attempted to bake at home, and when she opened up the shortening can, she found that it had gone rancid! So much for the lemon pie! Ask your dealer. He knows all about our new car financing. s one sweet daal if you want to keep your onthly payments down. Way down. And only Bank of America has it. Our new Auto-Magic Financing has other features you can use to advantage. We won't go into them here because details are better understood when explained by your dealer. The important thing is to let you know we have a new kind of car financing that makes it easier to buy a new car. If you don't remember the name, Auto-Magic Financing, it's not important. Just ask your dealer about Bank of America's new kind of car financing with the low monthly payments. He'll know what you mean. hi

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