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Page 8 - Wednesday, April 16, 1980 Cloverdale Senior Citizens By L. THOMPSON On April 9th, 1980, the Cloverdale Senior Citizens meeting was called to order by Pres. Al Akesson with 90 : members and friends present. Happy Birthday and ' the Doxology were sung, led • by Ruth Godden, pianist Lois , Kensey. After lunch, Jo Beach and Cathey Help, guests of our : Pres., tom of their travel agency. Harrigans office on Ist Street in Cloverdale, and gave out door prizes drawn by Fred Etter, Julia Sheldon, Harry Valentine, D'Artnan Shadduck, Nora Trappy, Thelma Cushman, Viola Chiossi and Mel Allen. New members and visitors were Iola Burns, Jerry Chaine, Bill Crawford, Harold Hoffa and Lydia Mats. The flag salute was led by Henry Maddon. "God Bless America" was sung by the group - led by Ruth Goddins, pianist Lois Kensey. All committees, kitchen tables, table decorations, flowers and door greeters were thanked by Pres. Al. Helen Campbell read the minutes of the previous meetings as sec., Ernie Krause was ill. Leola Thompson records minutes of the current meeting. Johnie Mac Pickard treasurer gave a report on money on hand as of this day. Pauline Burnes, auditing committee handed in her report. These were voted upon and accepted. New officers for next year were nominated and voted by group. Our Sunshine Girl Mil Allen told about cards sent to those ill and those to be sent to Ernie Krause, Mildred Zarucchi, and Ken Curtis. Next Social meeting will be April 23rd with a film about heart conditions from the Seventh Pay _ Adventist Hospital in St. Helena. Cards will be played and refresh- merits will be served. All are welcome. Pres. Rachael Garrison, 1st vice-pres. - Theresa Wentz; Door prizes were won by 2nd vice-pres. - Alice Vivian Wooldridge, Bertha Brooster; sec. Ernie Austin, Al Ottobini, Kitty Krause; treasurer - Jerry Klier, Fred Etter, John Chain. D'Armand thanked Ferrow, Al Akesson, Ger- the nominating committee trude Valentine, Viola Mack for a job well done. and Vern Bishop. Marry Bauman Marty Ba back at Sci after 4 ye "It's good to be back," Marty Bauman said, "It sure is." Bauman, who worked for three and a half years at Sciaini's Ace Hardware in Cloverdale, left four years ago to work in Healdsburg. He's back at Sciaini's now as Building Materials Manager and hopes all his old friends and customers will drop by to see him. He said larger materials there before things have Bauman, the business for i years, has years. wife Hazel members in Sciaini's carries a much Historical E gle Baseball Round-up The past week featured 2 league games and Cloverdale responded by defeating both St. Vincents and Pt. Arena in home games. Cloverdale opened the week by defeating St. Vin- cents 13-6, behind a strong 14 hit attack. Cloverdale resumed play, following Easter vacation and the pitching staff wasn't in shape to continue where they left off but still John Graham got his 4th win of the year. The Eagles were terrible defensively making 7 errors but hitting was excellent. Leading hitters for the game were: Allen 3-4, Baumgard- ner 2-2, Vail and Lemley 2-3, Allen had 3 RBI's to lead the Eagles. had trouble hitting the very slow pitching of the Pt. Arena Pirates until Jerry Novak drove in 2 runs with a single and John Graham driving in 3, 2 with a triple in the 4th inning. Cloverdale finally won the game 10-2. On Friday Cloverdale picked up it's 2nd win in league and ran it's record to 6-3 overall behind the pit- ching of Doug Lemley who is 2-0 on the mound. Cloverdale This week Cloverdale traveled to Tomales on Tuesday and plays at City Park 3:30 Friday vs. St. Helena. Voter re Continued from page 1 mailing addresses if listed on registration af- fidavits along with residence addresses. An up-to-date mailing address will ensure prompt delivery of your sample ballot. Registration affidavits sent through the mail must reach the Election Department with a postmark no later than May 5. Last-minute registrants are cautioned, Miss Lewis noted, that affidavits mailed on the deadline day oc- casionally do not carry that day's postmark. Affidavits reaching De cannot be the legal June For request a form, call Election 2614 or come ment at Justice between and 5 p.m. Friday. Mac McClure, of "Photography by Mac", received a blue ribbon on a portrait recently entered in a Bay Area competition. The Professional Photographer of the Greater Bay Area awarded Mac the ribbon on a portrait of Cecillo and Nancy De LaD. long time residents of Cloverdale. 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STAROBA, II 2720 Ydupa A. ...... S21,4H8 *NICHOLAS P. VROUVAS 208- E St. .......... S4S-3LI$ SEBASTOPOL • E. FRITZ KRUGER 237 N. Maim St ........ 1234823 • L. BARRY LUTZ 307 N. Mein St. ........ 823-7891 $ONOMA *ROBERT F. OOWO - 3rd St. West ...... IIN-!Oi2 • NORMAN SCHWAoERER 34 W. Spin St. ........ 50I * NOT LISTED IN THE CURRENT SONOMA COUNTY TELEPHONE DIRECTORY YELLOW PAGES . =l ii i ., ,H .. .,,., At any savings and loan, savings accounts are now insured for up to the maximum $100,000 by an agency of the federal government- the FSLIC. But because we're one of eleven savings institutions that are part of Financial Federation, your money can be insured for eleven times as much as our competitors, or up to $1,100,000! All in one account name. You can have the convenience of just one earnings statement. One interest payment. One transaction. And because there are sixty-five offices among the eleven savings institutions that are part of Financial Federation, practically anywhere you look in California, one of us is right near one of you. You don't have a million dollars? Well, you still want high interest and insured safety, don t you? You should. How do you think those other folks got to be millionaires? Rnonciol Sovings Norlhem Colifornio 103 S. Cloverdale Boulevard, Cloverdale, (707) 894-3301 Chics: 200 'oao'woy (916) 343-4222 (Moin Office) AK:ata: ,Jo3ts Store House, 780 Seventh St., {707) 8224758 Cloverdale: 103 S. Cloverdale Blvd., (707) 894-330t Fod IRogg: 120 E. Aider St., (707) 964-403t Porodi: 672 Pearson RO., (9t6l 877-6553 Petolumo: WQshinglon Sq. Shop. Ctt, 2t7 S. McDowell lcl., (707) 763-t565 Redding: Mt. Shosta Mall, 974 Dona Dr., (916) 243-2846 UIdah: 700 S. Slate St., (707) 462-7532 There 'e eleven sovings ond FINANCIAL loon associatiom throughout California fhat cxxnf)rtse r']J  Financk31 Fedecatk::, Inc., o $2 billk coqxxation JNC listecl on the New York Sloc Exchonge.