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Page 6, Cloverdale Reveille, April 16, 1997 Washington School Kings chess club Chess Challenge set for April 19 Chess Boards are still avail- able for the Chess Challenge (a benefit for the Washington School Chess Team, the Kings) to be held on April 19 at 10 am. Chess life Master Paul Gallegos will play 30 games of chess simultaneously in a Clo- verdale chess simul. The first 30 entries will be taken, some boards are still available at the site. If you would like to reserve a board, call 894-4568 or send your entry fee of '$5 to Tom Collingwood, 139 Rosewood Drive, Cloverdale CA 95425. All participants are asked to be early. Doors open at 9:30 am at the Washington School gym. Admission is free for all specta- tors. Donations will be accepted. .... : ....  ',  : :    *a ........ , r ..... The team Is In the playing room welting for the pairings for the first round to go up. From left to dght (beck) Asst. Coach Tom Coilingwood, Steven Murray, Thad Barry, Kyie Slebenthall, Derin Tegnell, Coach Paul Gallegos. (Front) Shawn Cook, Paul Ditslear, Daniel Dersham, and Adam Hull. ii i i i The Blvd. Dell is your one stop shop for terrific food and drinks Let's face it--the slapped to- gether soggy baloney sandwich- es you make for yourself when you're too tired to fix dinner just can't compare with a well-made deli sandwich. Getting just the right amount of mayo and mus- tard and the perfect balance of lettuce, tomato, and onion so the sandwich is not too wet and not too dry is difficult enough. But how can you beat deli sliced, full- flavored meat with the tired old lunch meat from the store? It's an art form best left to profes- sionals. Kim McConnell and her daughter Elizabeth Walker are dedicated to providing you with the most mouth watering deli sandwiches imaginable. They have a wide variety of sandwich toppings and each order comes with a complimentary salad. They also make party trays, car- ry Dryers Ice Cream, and have an Espresso machine and pa- nache beans. Their salads are custom made and they have a wide assortment of beverages and chips. They pride themselves on their deli's friendly atmosphere that features tables as well as bar seating. They have several brands of beer on tap including microbrewery beer. Stop in on Friday nights for "Happy Hour" between 6 pm to 8 pm when they serve hers d'ouvres, wine and beer. The deli is open Monday- Thursday 8 am-6 pm; Friday 8 am-8 pm, and Saturday 9 am to 5 pm. It is located at 113 N. Clover- dale Blvd. Their.number is 894- 9290- Visit Elizabeth Walker and KIm ell at the Blvd. Dell. Washington School Kings chess club home six trophies from tournaments On March 22, the newly formed Washington School club attended the Cal Chess Scholastic State Champion Burlingame, held at the Embassy Suites Hotel. This was tournament the team has attended since the beginning of the year, and it was the biggie! All together, the club has brought home six trophies two tournaments before this one. Each team member total of six games, three on Saturday, and three on Several rooms were filled with over 300 players in each, K-12, playing sometimes intense matches lasting up to half hours. In spite of the hectic schedule the team did leisure time. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the event. CARE Educational Foundation helped with funding for The club members who attended were: Paul benthall, Shawn Cook,Adam Hull, Steven Murray, Thad Barry, and Daniel Dersham. Coach Paul also the Vice-Principal of Washington School, gave the team during lunch and after school on Thursdays for several weeks before the tournament. Tom Collingwood, a local postal worker and the assistant coach. Parent chaperones were: Hugh and Siebenthall. HOME LOANS For buying or refinancing your home. Competitive Rates! Great Service! 435 N. Cloverdale Blvd. • 894-4323 Bill Andrew NEW C )2 ol oun rysloe . c. 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We carry ma" nam (707)433-6971 .= ,---, .0-. Wedangs. Spec Pa rts. HoFuiays :: Heaidsburg, CA mowers, pumps and neratom. ;:: 1301 SOUTH CLOVERDALE BLVD.. 894-2273 , O. oX 883, C&q', CA 95425 (707)894-5219 Fax (707)433-6533 ' Paula Gilbert BOB ANDERSEN RESTA_ _URAN__ __TS Piano & Voice Studio (707)894-2755 xe=_ ":-v" .s'" I ,: THE Now Offering Private Piano & Voice Lessons. "'t ' ng C 0tt " Co,,.wo_00 11l Septi%Sytis ruck, Homemade Rmm.RIr.Gas&,Un.Dmln : Full Service [)eli / ....... J PO Box 221, CLOVERDALE, CA 95425 Specialties 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE lessons. Group lesions available. THOMASBRUNELLE 894-2482.PAGER325-7422 [ Call 894-5267 Todayl m. Eng. License 340786, PUC-CAL-T 164-266 • Party Trays • Espresso iiii iii i i  UNUMITED Acce,a lie UNUMITED E Moil UNUMIIED Cllot Room Access 17000 New ;m= INTBNIT'"00"'°"" FREE en Emo# Nome OC CCESS I rOU,H WOJ WlN WlB *'*Coll Tol hee l SM.333 4743  BOB ROBERTS, OWNER (707)894-9117 .Bob's Landscape _ Maintenance J INCREDIBLY AFFORDABLE LAWNS,PRUNING, WEED ABATEMENT, FENCES, SPRINKLER SYSTEMS, HAULING SENIOR DISCOUNT APPLIANCE SERVICE Heating & Air Conditioners -Stoves Washers-Dryers - Garbage Disposals Dishwashers - Water Heaters-Space Heaters Swamp Coolers-Domestic Refrigeration 894-4391 Edward Bouissey 431-7036 GENERAL C__ONTRACTOR IIII INSURED ,.ill IM uc N0413176 • • • Custom Homes tL UHtC Remodeling • -. Additions • l[_z ONSTRUCTION (707) 894-4751 FAX (707)894-3911 PO BOX 1051, CLOVERDALE, CA 95425 MEDICAL & DENTAL i  /\\;(' KeVZN J, DD8 FAm,Y Decm 118 E Second St. lale, CA 96426 Kim McConnell • 113 N. 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