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April 16, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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April 16, 1980

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Wednesday, April 16, 1980- Page 9 Bowling Scores / J Bowlers hold r marathon 14, at 11 junior and a 24-hour earn money for being held who par- event were: Singleton, Ricetti, Wilson, Ricetti, n, Keith Smith, Ln, TerTy Schott Denise Tim Brian Tappin, Diana on Vranken bowlers solicited pledges for 10 cents per game and up. Then they tried to bowl as many games as possible in the 24 hour period. Although they were tired, the main problem was with sore and swollen fingers and thumbs. Bandaids, tape, glasses of ice and even raw potatoes were used to relieve the pain and swelling. Many parents stayed the entire time to keep score and give moral support. At the end of the 24 hours, eight bowlers were left. They were Doug Meeker, Dave Ricetti, RussRicetti, Shawn Ball, Pam Marley, Carl Natenstedt, Diana Trask, and Teresa Von Vranken. The most games bowled was a tie between Dave Ricettiand Doug Meeker, with each boy bowling 66 games. All of the twenty-six bowlers should be congratulated for their ef- forts. They put in a lot enery into this fund raising ev t and t was a great success. 12 continuous two bowlers strong. bags around for most of the bowling. Past month the a School Menu April 21 Casserole Hamburger on a Bun Celery Sticks Pickles-Catsup French Fries Pumpkin Custard ' Pint Milk Lettuce Thurs., April 24 Beef Gravy Mashed Potatoes Bell Pepper Strip Peanut Cup Cheesy Biscuit w-Butter Ruby Jello '2 Pint Milk s Auto ars &TTERIES & Peaches cars and trucks ... $24 so t types, 6 and 12 volts. ge and tax 2nd's with 3 Aak Ibt :rices on reb.ilt ind alternators Auto Wrecking Gerdes Lane 894-2186 Of the Week0000 JOHN'S URANT B&AROUND COCKTAILS ET FACILITIES kVAILABLE ORIVE THIS BUSINESS ON YOUR GREEN PHONE BOOK COVER. i / Thur's Morning Better Half The Grapevine 17 31 Kiwii Kat's 29% 14 Sue'sSalon 17 31 Dresser 28 16 High individual series Best 4 24 20 men Spencer Vail 660; Torvick's Tiger's 23 21 women - Gloria Stryker 566. Anderson Backhoe 22 22 High individual game- men B&K Upholstery 19/z 24% - Spencer Vail 258; women - Cloverdale Hard- Gloria Stryker 204. ware 18 26 High team series - Coppo's Picky Q Picky 12 32 Liquors 2036. High individual game High team game - Coppo's Migmonne Wiggin 209. Liquors 712. High individual Series - Fran Taber 529. High team game - Best 4 - Wed 875 Helep 668. Pardinis Body Shop 30 14 High team series - Best 4 - Pick's Drive-In 26 18 1923. LP-RDC 26 18 Redwood Payless 25 19 Carl Young Const. 20 24 Tues. Merchants Mixed4s Druids 20 24 Giovannetti'sSport Barnes Lumber 15 29 Shop 32 16 CloverdaleProd. 14 30 The MustardSeed 31 17 High team fame -Clov. House of Jacks 29 19 Prod. 974. Masonite 23 25 High team series - Cloy. Pizza Queen 22 26 Prod. 2762. Coppo'sLiquors 21 27 High individual game Dave Ricetti 248. High individual Dave Ricetti 670. Tues. Merchants Mixed 4s series Standings Monday Night Ladies Seghesio 32 12 31450 Photo by Mac 30 14 31150 Dilleylns. 27 17 31183 Naureens 26 18 28751 Saw Center 18 26 29793 The Wheel 16 26 30631 Wine Co. 15 29 30014 SatansSpirits 12 32 29382 High individual geam Lulue Boehm 233. High individual series Linda Lemley 573. High team game - Photo by Mac 1029. High team series - Seghesio 2936. Teri Edens 552; Anita Peterson 571; Mig Wiggins 524; Barb Drake 553; Sharon Ricetti 543; Sue Dickens 523; Dianne Vail 550; Lulue Boeh- m580. The Mustard Seed 34 18 Giovannetti's Sport Shop 33 19 House of Jacks 32 0 Coppo's Liquors 25 27 Pizza Queen 25 27 Masonite 24 The Grapevine 18 34 Sue's Salon 17 35 High Ind. Series: MEN++ Spencer Vail, 682; Women- Barbara Drake, 592 High Ind. Game: Men- Spencer Vail, 265; Women- Barbara Drake, 213 High Team Series: MCoppo's Liquors, 2111 High Team Game: Giovanetti's Sport Shop, 746 Continued on page 10 II I Announc,ng the New Santa Rosa District Office 1500 Farmers Road Tel. (707) 544-1010 (Just off Highway 12) o REPLACES THE OFFICE AT 2213 MENDOCINO AVENUE The many thousands of California StateAutomobile Association members in this area can take justifi- able pride in the new District Office. Their loyal support has made possible the need for this im- proved and expanded facility, to better serve the Association's growing membership in this region. Whether you are a CSAA member or not, you are cordially invited to visit the new District Office and see for yourself the many advantages and benefits that are yours with membership in the California State Automobile Association. A state- wide chain of offices, plus affiliation with AAA offices throughout the U.S. and Canada, provides complete motor club services wherever you may be. One Emblem on. Your Car, More Services By Far: Emergency Road Service, Touring Service, Road Maps, Approved Accommodations, Reserva- tions, Fifteen Fully Accredited Travel Agencies, High-Limit Accident Insurance, Motorland Magazine, License Service, Traffic Citation Service, Personal Accident Insurance, Auto Financing Service, Automobile Insurance, Two Full Automotive Diagnostic Clinics (San Francisco and San Jose, Stevens Creek office), Plus Mobile Engine Diagnostic Van, Homeowners Insurance, Driver Education, School Safety Patrols, Highway Development, Legislative Protection, Local Service, AAA-CAA Affiliation. OVER 1.9 MILLION CSAA MEMBERS IN CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA II II I I I