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Page 6- Wednesday, February 20, 1980 orts Golf Notes By CECIL SMITH Men's 0000a,.;ketball On the agenda for this month is the Town Square Realty Tournament to he played Sunday, Feb. 24th. $2 entry fee, full handicap, draw for partners, Tues. dinner meeting 19th, shotgun start and last but not least the owner of the above Realty Co. and chief hondo is Bob Heidelberger. He states the pot should be about $500 when ready to go. So far, 55 players have signed up for the go-round and it should be a good one! Oh yes. it will he a two ball partner set up, and as I said above, partners will be drawn. That takes care of the activity this month for the general membership. I am sorry to report that several of our golfing friends are under the weather. June Daniel is still in the hospital and Art McCaffery just got out after surgery and he says that his progress of recovery is spectacular to say the least! As the ad for Clover Milk so nicely puts it, "His cup runneth over!" Also on the list is our long time and good friend, "Babe" Hanger. As of this week she will undergo major surgery at a San Jose Hospital and we wish her all the luck in the world and know that she will he hack on the course in no time. Another old friend and custodian of the sixth hole and seventh tee, Franklyn Lander, is also quite ill. Frank, is and has been for some time under the impression that we are playing some kind of Japanese game. Especially those putting the sixth green from the upper side! Then when they tee off on seven and the ball goes sailing off into one of the canyons that run on either side of this fairway, they scream all sorts of epithets at the little ball, mostly concerning the ancestry of said little whilte hall! And usually wind up with that same Japanese word! Frank says on Ladies Day he has to watch his vegetable garden, otherwise some of the blue smoke coming off these two areas will wither his plants! Especially the corn! ' Going from the sublime to the effete, Ray Mulgrew dug up an old score card that has the names of each hole on the old ,course. See if you can remember them. 1) horseshoe; 2) Mesa; 3) Punch Bowl; 4) Island; 5) Window; 6) Half Moon; 7) Trap; 8) Terrace and 9) Home Green. Here are couple of items you might not know about. Plans : are to cut down No. 7 hill and move the ladies tee back a few years, also all the dirt between No. 7 green and No. 4 green , will be removed and the area restored to fairway. A sort of bird watcher. He has one bird that feeds on his i patio or deck that he calls a "Twiggy" bird. It happens to be a Titmouse and Bill says he calls it that because it is so skinny. See you all up the crick aways. An item there some place! Continued from page ! peted in 11 different parade categories. i A particular favorite with i regular parade viewers is the ,Kiddies' Pet Parade. First i place winner this year was Kenneth Little towing Kitty. Another favorite this year was XI Delta Epsilon's '?Superman Saves Lois" float which took second place in i the senior float category. The sorority borrowed a telephone booth from Pacific Telephone to stage a humorous comic book rescue. A number of Geyserville children, 'epresenting the Geyserville Chamber of Commerce, amused the crowd with their portrayal of "Peanuts" characters. The Geyserville Chamber ! won third place in the senior float competition. They were one of many groups that faithfully followed the Citrus Fair's "Cartoon Alley" theme. After the parade, spec- tators walked to the fairgrounds to admire exhibits and to have fun on carnival rides. Fairgoers enjoyed the . many citrus exhibits that were led by the Cloverdale  Fire Department's "Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner" cartoon creation. A fire department volun- teer who worked on the *exhibit, made from oranges, , grapefruit, lemons and  raisins, said labor began on Dec. 1. Numerous garden displays were also a main attraction at the Citrus Fair Building. A "Woodland Sun" display by the Anderson Valley Unity Club won the first place floral gardens award. Two undefeated teams battled to a one point decision in the first game played Sunday, Feb. 10. Beck's Fire Equip., led by John GasUneau, John McMillan, and Steve Birchfield with 22, 19 and 12 points respect- fully, eeked out the win over Cloy. Auto Parts. Rudy Navarro's 20 points and 14 by Todd Smoot paced Auto Parts. Satan Spirits notched their first victory behind a 31 point performance by Lloyd Weer, to defeat the Geyserville Squad 86-75. Doug Dilley's 13 points, and 12 by Sean Daly helped the winning team. Steve Johnson drove for 32 points followed by 16 points each for Rob Daily and Raul Farias, for Geyserville. In the late game, the Chuck Ungerman led C&L Diesel squad roll over the Depot Hotel 66-48. Ungerman's 29 points was backed by 17 for Ed Magnuson and 12 by John Cavallo. For the Depot team, Bob Leavitt had 14 and Rick Stanley followed with 11. Cloverdale 4-H Happenings The Cloverdale Citrus Fair is over for another year and the 4-Hers who worked hard On. their entries can be proud of "their winnings. Rainbow Hall had a new look this year and many compliments were enjoyed. We also had two new features. Premium money was given to most divisions and Feature Booths were available. We had two entries and I am proud to say Cloverdale 4-H took 1st place ane Westside 4-H took second. This year several local businesses donated 4-H trophies and we would like to thank them for their con- tributions. Italian Swiss Conony, two County and two Club High Point Boy and Girl Trophies. The Club High Point Trophies are for Cloverdale 4-H members only. Cloverdale Auto Parts, Best of Show Foods; Preston Lumber Co., Best of Show Leathercraft, Best of-Show Little Leogue sign-up By DIANERAMOS Macrame, Best of Show Forestry; Delfino Electric, Best of Show Crafts; Les Herring, Best of Show Miscellaneous; Pardini's Body Shop, Best of Show Home Arts ; Bank of America, Best of Show Textiles: Louisiana ticipants must bring their birth certificates. We need volunteers in all areas. Any parent interested in donating a few hours per week can contact John Jarvis or any board member or can leave their name and phone number at sign-ups. All help will he greatly appreciated. Little League sign-ups for the 1980 Little League season will he on Saturday February 23 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The sign-ups will be conducted at the Scout Cabin at the Cioverdale City Park. All children who will he eight (8) years old on or before August l, 1980 will he eligible to participate. New par- Gerdes Auto Wreckers BATTERIES Both, cars and trucks... $24 so For most types,',6 and 12 volts. Exchange and tax_ 2nd's with 3 too. guarantee. Gerdes Auto Wrecking 1000 Gerdes Lane 894-2186 Stop 'N Skate Ctoverdale Roller Skating Center REOPENING Sun., Feb. 24 Open every Wednesday & Sunday (Except when other activities are sceduled at the Citrus Fair) / WEDNESDAY SUNDAY 1:00-3:15 Public Session 3:15-5:30 Public Session 7:00.9:30 Public Session 3:00-5:00 After School 6:00-8:00 Public Session 8:00-10:00 Adult Session (Age 14 and over) Citrus Fair Building Cloverdale 894-5790 Cloverdale's Co-operative nursery school children, ages 212 to I were invited to a delicious Valentine breakfast by Jim Wilmarth. owner of the Scandia Restaurant on North Cloverdale Blvd. The children were delighted with the good Reg. Sale Price $709.85 Sold Individually SS-440 SPEAKER SYSTEM Reg. 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