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February 20, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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February 20, 1980

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Wednesday, February 20, 1980 - Page 3 rdale's 7.Stht00ietrUs Fair- ss desp,te ra'n 1980 various fairs, parades and was a other functions throughout Fair the year. The Queen received after a beautiful trophy (prin- day event, cesses also were awarded cut the trophies) and she had a new visitors car, courtesy of A. Lampson as 25 per- and Sons, Geyserville, to to drive during the four-day Fair. She and her attendants, but it plus escorts received season man, tickets to the Fair, free in carnival rides, and were Lo guests of honor on the exhibits Fairgrounds all four days. the theme Fire replica of and Road top award feature out four Some very The Rotary version of Club's scored The chair- o.rv Dilley , aon Doble, respee- Superman place and School and Jerry filled the the Citrus Emcee did an the show finale winner, s Keri xi Delta will at S 4 on Coumies has Sonoma a bus attempt by issue to the m Ukiah The Queen. her parents and her escort were special guests with the princesses at a dinner in her honor, at- tended by the Citrus Fair Board of Directors. The Queen will also receive a $200 scholarship and $100 to spend in Cloverdale. Her runner-up received $50 to spend in Cloverdale. The audience attending the pageant was treated to the wonderful music of Steve Connolly's Cloverdale High School Band, who were selected as one of three high school bands in California to be invited to play at the In- ternational Music Festival in Vienna this summer. Citrus Fair President, Robert Bognar, Mayor Jack Domenichelli, Sonoma Supervisor Nick Esposti and Ron McKinnon of our sister city, Cloverdale B.C. each spoke and welcomed the visitors to the Fair and the pageant. Diane Doble presents Band Master Steve Connoily an honorary' parade marshal award. Mayor Jack Domenicheili presents F. J. McKinnon of Cloverdale, B.C., the Grand Marshal trophy. rural promotion or advertising, to and more people are going to Sonoma increase ridership on the be forced out of public transit The Cloverdale Fire Department's replica of Wile E. Coyote - [load Runner took the first priTe exhibit aard. Photos by Janice. _._ _ . "This is Magic" coming I This Mo, nth's l to C00overd,00le |>pec,a, , For a generation Big John A. Strong has been producing the finest in family stage shows and circuses coast to coast. Now Mr. Strong, America's Master Showman, takes great pride in presenting a new program of live family entertainment - This is Magic. The star of This is Magic is master magician Dixon. Dixon, "America's Magic Sensation" at age 28 has been a working professional magician for twenty years. His illustrious career has taken him into some of the most prestigious theatres and auditoriums in America. Dixon's credits include the Ambassador Theatre in St. Louis, The Riviera Theatre, Buffalo, Ohio Theatre, Columbus and the Nugget Hotel in Reno. He has "also appeared on major radio and television programs Previously dispuled Sonoma Valley into automobiles at the very Sonoma "'If Greyhound gets away mass transit." err|sots with this," Kahn said, "more AT LAST !!! Sted the 9 INATURE S [ it the Increased by the HARVESTI mission rural NATURAL FOODS tonal nationwide. This is Magic features illusions only attempted by the past greats of the art of magic such as Houdini, Blackstone and Thruston. It's a family program not soon to be forgotten. The amazing feats of the impossible presented with the finest variety acts available, dazzling scenery, glittering costumes, will make the This is Magic show an un- forgettable evening of wholesome fast-moving, laugh provoking en- tertainment the whole family will enjoy. There's nothing more exciting than a live stage show and none more entertaining than This Is Magic! This Is Magic is coming to CIoverdale on the date of Friday, Feb. 29, for performances at 6 and 8 p.m. and the Citrus Fairgrounds. -----'- Geyservill ::::=  School Board Continued from page | Valley High School. 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