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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, JAN. 6, 20010 -- Page 9 Trivia Test: Coming Events: "A New Year Dawning," on display at the First Street Gallery through Feb. 28. Presented by the Cloverdale Arts Alliance. Opening reception Saturday, Jan. 9 from 5 to 7 p,m. 105 E. First St. 894-4410. , Knights of Columbus Cioppino Feed, Saturday Jan. 16, doors open at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are $40 per person. Tickets are available at Napa Auto Parts or from any Knights of Columbus member. For questions or tickets call 894-5244. Prayer and Worship from a Woman's Heart, Satur- day, Jan. 23 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Presented by the First Baptist Church of CIoverdale. Lunch is included. For more information call Julie Davis at 321-2795, Cindy Lampert at 695-0080 or Reyna Arthur at 894-9179. The Cloverdale Old Time Fiddle Festival returns Jan. 23 and 24 to the Citrus Fair. Music, jamming, crafts and more! Contact the Historical Society at 894-2067 for more information or visit www.cloverdalehistoricat society.org/fiddle/. Cloverdale Lions Club 7th annual "All You Can Eat" Crab Feed Saturday, Jan. 30, at the CIoverdale Vet's Hall. Tickets are $40 per person. No host cocktails begin at 6 p.m. and dinner is served at 7 p.m. Seating is limited to get your tickets early. For more into contact Chris at 894-8521 or Jerry at 894-8919. 118th annual Cloverdale Citrus Fair's "A Salute to By Fifi Rodriguez 1. ANATOMY: What is the com- mon name for dentition? 2. LITERATURE: Who wrote "The Hound of the Baskervilles'? 3. ADVERTISING: What prod- uct was sold with the slogan, "Put a tiger in your tank"? 4. GEOGRAPHY: Which two major Canadian cities are situated on the St. Lawrence River? 5. PSYCHOLOGY: What kind of fear is represented in heliophobia? 6. MOVIES: "A little pig goes a long way" was the slogan for which movie? 7. LANGUAGE: What does the diacritical mark "breve" indicate? 8. HISTORY: Which was the first of the 13 original United States to be admitted to the union? 9. MUSIC: What musical artist and band had a hit with the song "Last Dance with Mary Jane"? 10. MEASUREMENTS: What is the metric equivalent of I quart? Answer: 1. Cutting teeth 2. Arthur Conan Doyle 3. Esso gaso- line 4. Montreal and Quebec 5. Fear of the sun 6. "Babe'7. A short vowel 8. Delaware 9. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers 10. 1 liter (1.057 quarts) (c) 2009 King Features Synd., Inc. the U.S. Military," Friday, Feb. 12 through Monday, Crossword answers: Feb. 15. For more information call 894-3992 or visit H o E [ [] BI A T C] P G E www.cloverdalecitrusfair.org. A F RIoBE] L I ili R I S AM B_ 'T DIP " G O N mmmll L TlSmAN I I N 0 A T U T A ,NAIEITAClO L E LRAIGEIwE ' The old U. S. Hotel was built circa 1861 by H. F. Gerkhardt. It was located at the corner of E. Second Street and West Street (now Clover- dale Blvd.) The hotel:was owned by Michael Menihan in 1870, sqld teA. R0Chfort in 1913. Its last owners ere:Kayan  Jack Margot who bought it in l51!iTtie Ste!y o!d hotel burned in 1947. This photo was taken around 1920 of the hotel bar during prohibition. If you look closely you can see the reflection of the photographer in the mirror behind the bar. Photos provided by the Cloverdale Historical Society, 215 N. Cloverdale Blvd. BUSINESSES |ERVICES COMPLETE SELECTION OF: "-Top Soil Soil Amendments . -Organic Materials : , Redwood & Fir Bark Road Base Colored Rock Field Stone & Flag Stone Planting Mix Sand & Gravel 1 YARD CART AWAY CONCRETE AVAILABLE WE DELIVER LARGE OR SMALL LOADS/ OPEN MON.-SAT. 8 AM-5 PM CLOVER ALARM iul A--00y's Precision Machining BURGLAR ALARMS FIRE ALARMS Rick Gurries LIC. # 267621 CCTV SYSTEMS Ace 390 CENTRAL STATION MnNITBRING 5D Industrial Drive, Cloverdale (7DT)BB4-3531 FAX (7DT)BB4-2113 cloveralarrnlcomcast.net CeOWN CAReer Carpet, Furniture, Tile & Grout Cleaning COMPITIVE PRICING WOUT COMPROMISING QUALI Local Family Owned and Operated Joe Hodge, Dave H0dge , Handyman Serces "/ tt'/ O0,A A (Z0 4 Ask About o Repots w,u-r,,v= Custom Window , Janito#a/ Cell: 2914231 Covenngs Z 0 VEIBOAL E" Loeallg owned & operated Wednesday - Senior Discount Day Monday - Friday 8am to 4:30pro Saturday 8am- 4pro 707-894-9267 G0 B Commeroe Ln. C. 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Directory .... Business ] $16.00 per week writing the science-fiction comedy series "The Hitch- Pd00@, I00B!TS,00 Happy New Year Another tantastic birding year has come and gone What was " }'our greatest moment? Mine was the 10-second visit l had [rom a maIe painted bunting Prayer, leith and white millet brought him in. Here's wshing , all my readers a happy, peace- ful and bird-filled 2010. written in 1857 by James e-,.,,,l: ,,,,,,l,+,&- ........ 00 K,g Fealu,es Sydeate ic L. Pierpont, music direc- tor of a Unitarian church. It was written for a Thanks- giving performance, though, not for Christmas. Interestingly, it became the first song broadcast from space on Dec. 16, 1965, when Gemini 6 astronauts Tom Stafford and Wally Schirra used a smuggled harmonica and sleigh bells in a rendition for Mission Control. The katydid hears sounds through special holes in its hind legs. During Prohibition, a bootlegger was so called be- cause many smugglers of illicit alcohol stored their liquor in flasks hidden in the upper part of their boots. After many years of success in Hollywood, actor, di- rector and screenwriter David Arquette tried his hand at professional wrestling, becoming World Champi- onship Wrestling's World Heavyweight Champion in 2000. It's not widely known that iconic American author Mark Twain was also an actor -- albeit briefly. He played himself in the 1907 film "A Curious Dream." Benjamin Franklin advocated for the turkey to be our national bird rather than the eagle. He argued that the turkey was a "bird of courage," while the eagle was of "bad moral character" and didn't "get his living hon- estly." (c) 2009 King Features Synd., Inc. hiker's Guide to the Gal- axy," who made the following sage observa- tion: "Human beings, who are almost unique in having the ability to learn from the experience of others, are also remark- able for their apparent disinclination to do so." The original Colonel Sanders earned a grand total of 5 cents for every chicken sold in his early stores. The ubiquitous holiday tune "Jingle Bells" was 894-3100 120 8ANDHOLM LANE, CLOVERDALE BY HENRY BOLTINOFF . .... Find at least six differences in. details between panels, c LL a,Joqs aJe s!s %600 '9 'pappe uooq seq pnolo slods eouJ seq 6oQ 17 6U!SS!LU S{ elOd pls duo 8 sesselSuns seq uev, l '8 "Su!ss!uJ s! 8eJj. '1- :seoueJet.!a