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il Page 4 - Wednesday, February 6, 1980 Comrnun.ity Life There&apos;s hope in soap.! The members of the High School Band, and others wishing to help, are out in force this week-end to take your order for a box of laundry detergent. Members of the fund- raising committee hope that you will be as anxious as they are to help these students achieve their goal. Every family buys laundry detergent. So they say they are not asking you to buy something you would not ordinarily buy. For each box of soap sold, the students will earn ap- proximately $3 for the hand if they can sell 1,000 bixes. So their goal is to sell 1,000 boxes in February and earn $3,000. Now here is the best part the committee says. Once you have used all of your detergent, you will either have to go to the "market to replace it, or you can call the student who sold to you and order another box. If you buy at the market, the profits from the sale of the detergent will go to someone else. Why not buy from the student again and let him earn another $3 for the hand. If tl same 1,000 people who buy this month will order another box next month, or whenever they run out, the students will earn another $3,000 in March. Do it again in April and they will again earn another $3,000 - and so on until the end of June In this way, by the tat of July, the students will have earned $15,000 more or less, depending on how many are willing to buy their detergent. The committee explains a little bit about the detergent and the benefits you will receive. The detergent is Amway SA8 Plus, one of the finest laundry detergents available today. It is carefully prepared and very concentrated. Only V4 cup of SA$ Plus is needed to wash a ::::::::::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::!:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Tom Peugh and Robert Morse are getting everything clean and ready for the opening of the 18th annual Citrus Fair. Photo by Janice. normal load of clothes. Because it is concentrated it is a bargain to you they further explained. It costs only 16% cents per load of wash. They ask that you compare Sat with your regular detergent. The students will be making calls to secure your order. Then they will deliver the soap and receive payment in a few days When the soap is delivered, it will have the students name and telephone number on it. SAg Plus comes in a 6 lb. box for $7.85. That may seem like a lot of money, but they want you to note that it is very concentrated and only I/4 as much is used. SA8 Plus also comes in a 12 lb. box for 14.95. The larger box is for people with large families who do more washings. The larger size provides an additional savings for the customer. If you live out of town or for some other reason are not contacted by a student and would like to order, you may call the High School and place your order. The committee wishes to thank you for your help. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Citrus Fair Secretary Donna Silva picks a few camellias for the fair office. The annual Camellia Show will be part of the 78 annual Citrus Fair. Camellia Show dates are Saturday and Sunday during the fair which runs from February 15 through the 18th. Citrus Fair Photo by Robin. Camellia Show at the Citrus Fair All Cloverdale residents who have Camellias in their yards are invited to bring flowers to the Citrus Fair Camellia Show on Saturday morning between 7:30 and 10:00a.m. Judging will begin at I0 a.m. and the show will be open after the judging till 9 p.m. Sat. and from I0 to 6 p.m. on Sunday. The Camellia Show closes at 6 on Sunday. Please bring your flowers to the Show as it is a very popular and beautiful part of the Fair. Sciaini Ace Hardware is donating this fine shed at an ap- proximate value of $300 to help raise money for the Cloverdale lligh School Band trip to Vienna. Tickets will be sold for a Gomberg to speak at Chamber of00Comrnerce meeting the media and general public, indications the February 12 Additionally, Mr. Gomberg evening should be a has been a concert pianist, ,, memorable one. newspaper editor and lawyer The Chamber meets at the in addition to his numerous Grange Hall, east of civiccontributions. From all Geyserville on Highway 128. THE EXERCISE STORE 492 MENDOCIN0 AVE. SANTA ROSA.CA (707) 523-1771 Business of the Week On Tuesday, February 12, Mr. Lou Gomberg will he the guest of honor and featured speaker at the Geyserville Chamber of Commerce. The special evening begins with a refreshment hour at 6:30 with dinner following at 7:30. At approximately g: 1,5 p,m., Mr. Gomherg will address the Chamber. The title will he "The Big Hurdle to Wine Growth - Water!" To this topic, Mr. Gomberg brings a long list of credentials and a virtually unparalleled knowledge of the California Wine Industry. He has been a consultant to the Industry since 1948 (32 years), as well as a catalyst, creator and promoter of wine related books, motion pic- tures, and Industry liaison to FASHIONS MEN AND WOMEN 894-5786 Historical Society News A reminder to the public that a new display at the library is now there for your enjoyment. Featured are old photos and related items of past Citrus Fairs. Stop in aQd see it someday and enjoy this fine library and its excellant Stock of reading and reference material. Also a reminder that the April Flea Market still has available spaces. Now is the time to sign up. Call Ruth Oeding at 884-3485. The Society is still looking for old pictures of the area, and any history will be appreciated. RND THIS BUSINESS ON YOUR WHITE & GREEN PHONE BOOK COVER. No" pre-registration is necessary - just bring your flowers Saturday morning. For any information you may call the Camellia Show chairman, Lois Morse, evenings at 894-2335. The Camellia Show is held in the Mames Hicks Memorial Library across the street from the Fair at Washington School, Cloverdale. Saturday. Feb. 16 between 7:30 and I0:00 a.m. Bring flowers. "Miracle of Vienna" committee reports on The "Miracle of Vienna" steering committee met Monday, January 28. Along with the committee were Mr. Connolly, Claud Williams, Zrnie and Diane Domenichelli. Claud Williams reported for the committee in charge of contacting large businesses in Sonoma County. He read a letter they had composed. After a minor change in the wording, it was approved to be sent as soon as possible. Williams said they hoped to follow up the letters with a visit or a phone call. Ernie and Diane Domenichelli reported on the Fair Exhibit. The committee said they are all very grateful to the organizations and individuals who have donated their time, efforts and materials to help with this project. Diane has a group of band members to help polish the oranges for the exhibit. If anyone has extra bunting, please call Diane. Richard Pellegrini was in touch with Norv Dilley about insurance coverage for the trip. The policy would be an extension of the school in- surance and would cover the international travelers. It would cost approximately $700 he stated. There are extra benefits the parents can buy, if they wish he said. Each family should contact their own insurance company to see what their own policies cover. drawing and proceeds will go to the Band fund. Manager Leon McKinney is shown with the shed. Photo by Janice. Connie Seymour read a letter to be presented at the next band parents' meeting. It xplained the need for the parents to make pledges in writing. They should he sent to P.O. Box 311. Jefferson School PTA made a pledge and will have their students bring aluminum cans to school. They will have a mini-can drive to go along with the high school's drive. More offers of things to raffle ha'e been made. It is hoped to combine everything and have one big raffle. It is in the organizing stages. Most of the hand parents attended the meeting held in the hand room on Wed- nesday, January 30. Mr. Connolly read a letter from Craig Northrup, Western United States Co- ordinator for the Vienna Festivd. He lives in Saratoga and went with his hand to Vienna last year. Included in the letter were fund raising ideas and in- formation about the trip it- self. He offered to come up this spring to show slides from his trip. Everyone is looking forward to that. Pellegrini explained that the steering committee has been trying to coordinate the fund raisers being planned. If you or your organization is planning something to benefit the band, the steering committee askes you to please call Jan Davies, 894- 3859 or Connie Seymour, 894- 3469. The committee is trying to get a calendar made. To date, they have the exhibit and booth at the Citrus Fair. The Cloverdale Police Assn. will he playing basketball against the Oakland Raiders on Feb. 23 at the C.H.S. Boys Gym. The homemade ravioli and spaghetti feed on March I., The Cloverdale Citrus Squares are planning a Beginners Hoedown on March 22 and Square Dance Jamboree is being planned by another group for May. What happened to April? Seymour asked parents to sign up to work shifts with a hand member in the booth. Also, to bring the homemade pies in each day. Winnie Connolly said the ,. tickets for the dinner are now being sold by the band members., If you need tickets, call Jan or Connie. Dinner will he served from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. During dinner,-cakes donated by the hand members and parents, will be auctioned off. Barbara Cann, Diane Domenicbelli and Marion Zagorites contact CHS committee You to Anne Har tsock and, providing a from address lists present, the committee Carol plan to members The hand will ! box sold at Soap. tt Near the end it was board had the" The next mittee Wednesday, For A Your Call 89 -Now you dorfl need big money to earn big inlemst. NO MINIMUM DEPOSIT. I'111'1 IIIIll I I "" II I I I I II III I ' NEW 2Y00-YEAR TREASURY ACCOUNT 11.4300 II I II I II I1 I IIIIII You can open a 2-Year Treasury Acc%lnt full 2 years. It's insured. Your interest is for any amount. Our rate is .25% higher compounded daily. And look at the interest than the banks and is guaranteed for the it earns! Rnonciol Sc00nos Nodhem 103 S. Cloverdale Boulevard, Cloverdale, (707)" 894-3301 J Chico: 200 BroooNv ((;g))343-4222 (Main OffiCe) ]lere--..   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