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April 9, 1980

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Wednesday, April 9, 1980 - Page 7 Golf Notes By CECIL SMITH Andreini Women's Tourney held last Ist, Theresa Boucher, 47-16-31; 2nd, Diane Andreini. 55-19-36; J. Helena, Edgar (where you been? ), 52-15- 54-15-39; 5th, A. Lajanette, 60-20-40: Mc- Hensley, 59-19-40. all tied. Others were: G. Chapin, 56-14-42: M. Stevenson, 61-18-43; Ollie Bandiera, 63-20-43; N. Little May Belie Cooper (of tomato ball Coke, 56-11-45; H. McAvoy,64-16:48; N Lil Peterson, 72-20-52. All scores are for sidelight, Boucher winner and Andreini and daughter. That, I would venture to it in the family! And no broken heads blue yonder! The Red Carpet Tourney to be t3th and 20th, is going along with last Wednesday, the 2rid. The hole- of the Cloverdale High Band for very much on and great preparations make it a huge success! Bob Dillion is the go round and he may be reached in H'burg Pellegrini, since he is the sponsor. a finger in this and you know where to Club is playing a home and home at so will have the big winners next Winners from last week's "Putt & Hole" BOUcher, 27 putts; Jacquie McCullough, 31 ; 32; Marge Lampson, 33; Rice, F. Smith, 34 putts. my "meditation room" this morning I in with my bird watch of last week. I rou, here, in case you have not read home and found Mother Robin was Checking the eggs he discovered one that his. When Ma Robin showed up from gallivanting around, he pointed to the Inquired sternly, "How come?" She gave 'all? ) and replied, "Oh, I just did ave known about the birds and bees I did, but you see, you can always if you just pay attention! crick aways and on thinking about that I think he should of thought of r COuld have laeen him because that bird gets I cannot understand a word he bird that needs a Beagle to interpret and tongue ! Men's Basketball City Basketball Champions- Beck's Fire Apparatus Led by John Gastineau's 54 losses. points, Beck's Fire Ap- paratus won the second half FINAL STANDINGS IN THE and the league by downing LEAGUE: Cloverdale Auto Parts 89-71. Beck's Fire Ap- Rick Blackmon and Steve paratus 10 0 Birchfield each scored 10 CloverdaleAuto Parts 8 2 points. Randy Peters added 7 C&L Diesel 5 5 points to the winning score. Satan's Spirits 2 8 Cloverdale Auto Parts was The Encore 2 8 led by Rudy Navarro with 29 The Depot Hotel 1 9 points. Ron Smoot added 19 points in the loss. I would like to thank the The second game of the local merchants and in- evening was forfeited by both dividuals who sponsored teams as the Encore and teams in the Men's Satan's Spirits each failed to Basketball League this year. field enough players. Your support makes this The final game was won by recreation possible. C&L Diesel 68-55 over the Depot Hotel. Dick Adams Anyone wishing to par- scored 21points to pace C&L. ticipate in the league next Ed Magnuson scored 14, Don year should contact Tex Ladd and John Cavallo each Dickens, League Corn- scored I0 points to level their missioner, by telephone (894- league record to 5 wins and 5 2019) at an 7 time. I.C.F. to hold card party April 12 The regular monthly card The public is cordially party sponsored by the invited to the card party and Italian Catholic Federation to avoid disappointments, will be held at St. Peter's Hall players are asked to make up on Saturday evening at 8 p.m. a table in advance. April 12. Door prize, refreshments and a prize per table will be awarded. The I.C.F. appreciates your Last month's winners: attendance. The profit goes Pinochle--High : Lou Tyler, into the Convention Expense Low-Ralph Bower; other Fund along with other winners in pinochle: Marie necessary expenses incurred Akesson. Armorial Shattuck, in doing apostolate works. Terry Paine, Caroline Hagen, and Lema Tyler. In Pedro: Louis Ottoboni, High ; second, Ida Angeli; Low, Marcella Peck. In Canasta: Thelma Cushman, high. rdale Merchants Assn. the of on March present, members This was Can- business, a by at Z9 at the and asked to hing to Band Pres. 7 to do of Judy all Another Pres. Paulsen In Cotati Fund. Was still of Me- pursue then in- in Vail- to be at question- the Speaker present )me of (?), , transit ty with C and ng then Judy hess, Seek Joe from of the thLs Passed to all Would her Board member, Seth Caldwell, presented a calendar showing proposed promotions by the Association for the coming year. A long discussion ensued and it was finally decided that there would be be four annual events for the four seasons of the year for everyone to concentrate on. Pres. Pryor appointed the following committee for the summer promotion: Mac McClure. Chairman. to be assisted by Judy Schutz, Les Herring and Carol Wright. Tentative plans to par- ticipate in the Fourth of July celebration were discussed and a proposal to form a political action committee was tabled for the time be!ng. All members of the Cloverdale Merchants Association are asked to please keep in mind the date of the April meeting,April 28, at City Hall at 7:30 p.m. It is not enough to just belong; come out and present ideas and show interest in the organization designed to aid your business. What am I bid for this great big salami? Herb Nunn was the auctioneer at the recent auction sponsored by the Cloverdale Merchant's Association. Proceeds went to the Cloverdale tligh School Band fund. Various merchants donated a variety of items to auction. Photo by Janice. Business of the Week COPPO'S S- WINE-BEER FRF.[ LOCAL DEUVERY OPEn SUNOAYS & HOLIDAYS tt2  t STREET 894-202 I I FIND THIS BUSINESS ON YOUR WHITE & GREEN PHONE BOOK COVER. This looks like a nice family gathering having dinner. It is, but taken at 6:30 p.m.-just 8., hours later. Who said the pioneer it is a very special gathering of the Rich Catelli family at their women were gustier than the present day woman? Son restaurant--Catelli's Rex in Geyserville. Jeannie Catelli, Nicholas, daughter Domenica, new father Rich, and Rich's Rich's wife, is holding their new baby girl, Alicia, born morn, Virginia, welcome thenew baby home. Photo by Janice. at !:5!J a.m. on Friday. April 4. the same day this picture was Cloverdale School Lunch Menu Monday, April 14 Chicken and Gravy Fluffy Rice Stuffed Celery Corn and Tomato Medley Cranapple Sauce Buttery Biscuit % Pint Milk Tuesday, April 15 Pizza Crispy Salad Chilled Peaches Chocolate Cake ' Pint Milk Wednesday, April 16 Oven Baked Chicken Sweet Potatoes Crisp Carrot & Celery Sticks Diced Pears Scotch Bread % Pint Milk: Thursday, April 17 Fish Sticks w-Lemon Parsley Potatoes Fruit Cup Peanut Butter Sandwich z/z Pint Milk Friday, April 18 Chili Beans Cole Slaw Corn Bread /z Orange /z Pint Milk C0UPONS_PLUS 0UTSTANDIN6 7-DAY SPECIALS MAKE YOUR SAFEWAY THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY! Edwards Coffee Flaked. 26 oz. w,,00ooS449 Coupon S5.35) With This Coupon o c Planters Peanuts  Dry Roasted. 16 oz. afeway Coupon pn Detergent ..... 00i00W.iteaa00ic oz. 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