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April 2, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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April 2, 1980

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 I}ENA GAMBETTA W'miam len , American sponsors a program, span- gather to in is our Youth and This A Girls on her P, loyalty, ' SCholastic , etc. In fact a the She is and school Girls State the and Marian sister of F_Jene I0, 1963 17.years. Rosa lived in 17 years. include of the l School Band, Girls' for and 4 years. m 4-H for 4 a summer track in 7th in 8th see what a is, when Elene llas A xi William Russell Ledford Unit 293 been on the Honor Roll for two and a half years, received the Science Award when she was a Freshman, and won the Citrus Fair Junior Talent wih band group in 1980. She is also her junior class representative. Elene enjoys swimming, water skiing, reading, playing her trumpet and guitar, and going places with her friends. Her future plans are to go to college and get into the field of literature. We are so proud of Elena and congratulate her upon being chosen the 1980 Girls State Citizen. In the event that Elea is unable to go to Girls State, an alternate is chosen. The alternate is Truda Hicks, daughter of James and Patricia Hicks. Her father is deceased. She has two brothers and two sister in her family. She was horn in Cloverdale on November, 1962, and has lived in Cloverdale all of her life. Another busy lady, she is very active in the school band, having participated for three years in the grade school and three years in the high school, has played Volleyball for two years and in track 2 years. She is her class representative. Truda has and is still participating in piano lessons, ballet, 4-H for four years, lifeguard at the city pool for two years, and serves on her Church 'Youth Council. She has been on the Honor Roll through Junior High School and so far all three years in High School. Her endeavors also include winning the American Legion good citizenship award when she graduated from the mh grade. She loves to play her French Horn, participates in her church activities, swimming, running, reading and crafts when she has some free time and plans to attend college. You can see what a busy and active person Truda is. You wonder how these young ladies have time to eat and sleep. Both Elena-and Truda are in the band. And if the "Miracle of Vienna" hap- pens, for this year we choose a second alternate, since the time may conflict with the preparation of going to Vienna. The second alternate is none other than Kelly Edgar. She is the daughter of Michael and Sharon Edgar, and has one sister, Kathleen. Kelly was horn on May 21, 1963, is 16% years old and is a Junior. She was horn in Healdsburg, California but has lived in Cloverda.le for II years. She enjoys volleyball and has played for 2 years, tennis one year, football stats 1 year, basketball stats 1 year. She took ballet and piano lessons for three years, and two years respectively, also studied French for 3 years. Kelly won the "Best of Show" in the Junior Art division in the 1980 Citrus Fair, won the Scimxe Fair Award" when she was in the 6th grade, and has been on the honor roll all semesters during the high school years. She has been secretary- treasurer of her class for three years, and vice- president of FBLA for one year. Kelly enjoys art, playing piano, riding bike, swimming, water-skiing, being with her friends, visiting her sister, getting involved in school activities. helping her mother, and helping her friends with their problems, and taking her dog for walks. So you can see what a busy and involved young lady Kelly is. Don't all three of these young ladies sound terrific? I'm glad I didn't have to choose. We of the American Legion Auxiliary congratulate these young ladies, and we are so proud to sponsor such fine young people. With young ladies like these the future of America is in excellent hands. Marie Hill, Girls State chairman, has been busy getting all papers in order, with doctors' certificates, applications, and sending in the funds on time for the Girls State program which will be held in June. The auxiliary thanks Marie for a job well done in preparation for this 1980 Girls State program. Wednesday, April 2, 1980 - Page 13 This year's Girls Stater is Elene Zagorites, left, shown with and Marie llill, Girls State Chairman. Photo by Janice. Kelly Edgar, 2nd alternate, and Truda flicks, Ist alternate, Squares, Square Club news Squares, of hoedown since to our nearly squares hoedown, OVer, Our Counties. from ta Rosa, County, dancers brought club. prize for number from a prize for coming the longest distance. There were also other prizes drawn during the evening as a fun gimmick. The club had to keep some funds out to pay for the Citrus .ir , b= o.mde of tlmt f were donated to the Band. There was a 50-50 drawing, of which half went to the lucky winner and the other helf went to the band. A gentleman from Sebastopol won one half which was $35. He donated one half of his winnings to the club he belongs to and the other half to the band. What a generous person, thank you so much! Vanya Leighton, our club caller, did the calling, and donated her services free to the Band. Thank you Vanya ! You are the greatest! The refreshments were under the direction of Dick Young, and the Cotters, Calloways, and many others, who did a terrific job. The refreshments were most delicious and plentiful, because there was a lot left over. Christian Doleshahl and Dena Gambetta were at the door, while decorations were under the leadership of the whole club. All in all the event proved successful, because the club members worked together. "Cal" Calloway, Club President, says thank yon to one and all for the successful "Hoedown." Everyone had fun! Remember beginner classes are still being con- ducted for a few more Monday evenings at 7:30 p.m. at Jefferson School. Please come and try it! Unless you try something, how do yon know whether yon wouldn't like it? o ". Whole Smoked Hams Hickory, Hock on or Shank Portion Asparagus Large. California Grown Great with NuMade Mayonnaise ,,.7g ' Artichokes Moisture California Grown. Peak Added of the Season. 36 Size Boneless Ham Smok-A-Roma. . Wt4e. Water Added 177 # Smoked Hams Hams Safeway's Finest Hams ';2 54b Farmer John i. Fresh Skinless ock Sausage Links (Full Ce Price, 10 Ib=. Pineapple 4 lb. Average Size :: coca __ _ __ 'Tomatoes = ": i Medium Large Size, Vine Ripe, , ,,, Great in Easter Salads le Volun_. toor '" New Zealand,.138 " " ""Cream C,.,. 29* ,. . m.i lb. trip. Volunteer Firemen in the  .. Fresh Corn ........  .......... ,o.,.,+, o ..... 4.3.1, The remainder of the money will be used to pur- their chase a dish-washer for the on firehouse, to get more dishes, at 8:00 bowls etc. so that the with firehouse will be well stocked President in the event of a fire disaster, and people had to stay at the beef fn-ehouse until new quarters chair- were obtained, or in case of other disasters in the cam- for munity. everyone, Dues of $3 are now due and payable. All members are was held urged to get dues paid to the Theresa Miers, treasurer, or ap- Shirley Murray, president. If hard yon wonl.d like to belong to the Cloverdale Vohmteer Fire give the Auxiliary, please contact any Band member. Our sole purpose is protection and safety of the City of Cloverdale. This was the last meeting for this year. It was voted to contact the firemen and ask them if they would like to gather with the auxiliary in August for a little picnic gct-together, and to reserve a date with the city for the park facilities. Our next business meeting will be held on the fourth Monday in October. President Shirley and all the Fire Auxiliary members thank all who partonized our functions to make it possible to help te firemen, and we wish for all of you a happy and blessed summer. ::': :.:, .:. .:.- .::: luncheon will be served at 12:30. For the $3 ticket, there will be door prizes, a number of table setting displays, as well as the luncheon and card playing. This wig also be for the "Miracle of Vienna" fund. We have already deposited our pledge of and hope more may be raised with our card party and quilt. Tickets are available now from Agnes Hulbert, telephone S94-327, or Lou lliatt 8-5422. en Thumb Garden Club broidered pieces for the quilt have been fmisbed. These are about 45 instruments in the design. This quilt wia be raffled off for the benefit of the "Miracle of Vienna" fund. All Green Thumb Garden Club members have tickets. The waing $1 ticket will be drawn at the May 17, , Garden Club Card Party. The plans for the Card Party now include ham and cheese  ud fruit tarts, with coffee or tea. The of the. Club of Aria her good era-  Famous Buon ,_.+0. S149 Sensationally p.c lb. +; Turkeys Roasts .. Pork Loin Roast Whote or Half (We Wdl/ldly Slme and Bulk Wrap) ,$119 sgz5 Inglenook 6 S16 t4) s279 CimllIImm = c. o..,..,, ,,.. 3,!6 ' Mirassou Wine ..,....., ,,,,. *2" ..+ Seagram's 7 Crown ,,.,.,,.,. *45' : I Beer .,, o c- =, so.. '1" Orange Juice . Bel a. 12 o Swanson Broth  004,ojS, Cool Whip Centennial Yams "+ ' '" ...... 41 Apples w ...... +, ...........  ..... + ......... 3:. 99+ Navel Oranges + ..... , .... 5:.99 + Pink Grapefruit  ......... e ......... 5:.,99 Red Potatoes . ......... .o. ooo 4,,*,I Orange Juice + ..................  ....... 1" Hop to Your Loal $afeway fm All Yovf Easter Plants and Flowers, We have a Wide Selection of the Finest Qualtty Easter Lilies, Mums. Plus Assotled 0thin Sisoctaculr I Ptnts, All Ate Available Oecmatml for s $pockd Holiday, 8lr0s Eye Foen 8 oz i. Lysol Disinfectant s.,. , o .... Apple Pie .., + .................. + ..... +, o ..... Dinner Rolls Lucerne Ice Cream ..... ',"+;,::::/.:::/+,:::, ...... w,, .... 0 ..... . I Chiffon Napkins  .....  co, M5 {HOney .... 69 c Aous 16 oz Pineapple Town Hou 20 oz 59 Potato Chips Weber Barbecue .o0+, .s.,,00,, .,,.,, *48" Pepsodent Toothpaste +.+ouo.. 89' ,' Touch of Yogurt s..++o.,,ouooe. *1 m Polish Remover ofe..,o... 2,.89'