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April 16, 1997, Clovnrdale Revellla, Page 9 Senior Writings was written by Dutch Reger's Mobile Oil and First and Third Streets. I be- ll at the Clover- thentheTriangleAssociatedsta- lieve the Purity grocery was the Writing tion George and Louie's (George first chain store in Cloverdale being held at the Clo- Haugsten and Louie Ottoboni). and it only lasted a few years. Center on Thurs- Going on south there was A1 The other three stores had been 1-3pm. Hill was born Bandiera's shell station and the locally ownedforyearsand most in Cloverdale and Sunset Auto Court, now the Owl oftheirlongtime customers were here all her life. Cafe, also had gas pumps, faithful and not about to change Dilleylnsur- The four hotels each had a bar. and trade with this newcomer. in 1992 after 38 The US Hotel and Barber Shop The other three grocery stores Qs an insurance broker, owned by Stan and Dee Brush were Cavalli's, Buffer's and the on her sheep ranch on was on the corner of E. Second Economy. rYorkvillewith Street and burned down in 1948. All three of these stores had Jim, and also has a Dad Snyder's Hotel and Cafe homedelivery,justphoneinyour Kathy Hill, and two was where the Exchange Bank order and it was delivered to living in Clover. is now and down by the railroad your doorstep. We did not have depot there was Marie Menzel- baskets to pick up our own gro- ! class is taught by Scott li's Roosevelt Hotel and Tavern ceries. is free. Presented by and Tosca and Merino Bianchi- We told the clerk what we Rosa Junior College ni's Dante Hotel and Bar. wanted or gave him a list and he the class el- The other two bars were the filled the order for us. They did participants. Lockhorn (now Boulevard Deli) not use paper or plastic bags. us, enjoy the fun and run by Buzz Cooper and Woody Large orders were put in card- people! Hartzog and Joe's Cafe (now the board boxes and smaller orders overdale Grapevine) owned by Joe Silva. were wrapped with the large roll On the outskirts of town we of butcher paper in a rack on the had two more bars andtwo cafes counter and a big spool of string with beer and wine and three of hanging over it. these had gas pumps out front. Each grocery store had its own Part I In those days almost all roadside butcher shop in the back of the Vedon Hill cafes and auto courts had gas store. At George Cavalli's store was going to Clover- pumps. Fred Zittleman was the butcher. North of town Ernest McPher- Fred had his right hand chopped School 1938 to 1942, son advertised"Gas, oil and cold off at the wrist in a wood chop- ght service sta- drinks" at what is now the Ham- ping accident when he was a boy four auto dealers, four burger Ranch. On down the high- so just had a stub--but he could d four grocery way toward Preston in what we cut and wrap meat or groceries all within the city limits, called Windy Gulch was Fred as fast as anyone. need to be urged to Read and Nels McGahan's "This He liked to poke a person in as we had plenty of Way Inn", a bar, gas and oil. the ribs with that stub and, if not and services to satisfy our A couple of miles out Highway too busy, would take Dad in the Plus we always had the 128 was Alder Glen Springs bar back office for a shot of whiskey. Washington School Students of the Week February 26-March 4 Washington School Students of the Week are selected by their homeroom teachers for their citizenship and effort. Students of the Week for the 6th through 8th grades were Jeff Nielsen, Mlchelle Slaughter, Daniel Dersham, Man Mcln- tosh, Kelly Elson, Lecxenla Gonzales. Wards" catalog. Also, and restaurant, parties welcome. At Clem Butler's store Elery to Santa Rosa or Ukiah all day venture at 45 South of town there was the Walker was the butcher and at r hour and no freeways. Montevido Cafe, Joe Pucci pro- Hank Muegge's Economy gro- rvice stations were all prietor, beer and wine, gas and cery Ben Howe was the butcher. now Cloverdale Bou- oil. There was no pre-packed or The auto dealers were Glen frozen meat, just carcasses in . Ledford's Union Oil was Lampson's Cloverdale Garage, Student of the week for the 4th and 5th grades was Adrian Corner of Broad Street previously Pete Petersons, Chev- the walk-in box that the butcher Gutlerrez. Street intersec- roletdealer, A. Lampson &Sons- whacked up to fill his orders. were three stations-- Fords, Frenchie Boucher's Cloverdale had many, many yellow and Central Garage-Plymouth and more stores and businesses in Flying A on the Shell Oil (Bud Hixon Chryslers, andHulbert'sGarage- DeHay) and Standard -Dodge. you about some of them another bonthewest The four grocery stores were time. . .......... Street we had allinthetwoblockareabetween Marie vaaonnm, 1,,o LOVERDALE r " ' s Famr Boa d announces cand00dates00. Economic Develo oment Commission Citrus Fair is ber of Commerce, Knights of Kim (Mills) M.cConnell was present a full slate of Columbus, and is a Lieutenant born and raised in Cloverdale. for the May 7 elec- Commander in the Naval Den- She purchased the Blvd. Deli in The results of hours of work by the Promotion Committee Citrus Fair Board has tel Corps Reserves. 1995. Kim feels sentimental are evident in the new 1997/98 Vintage Views Visitor's serveaterm RichardGutierrezisthecur- about the Citrus Fair, having Years each. The candi- rent President of the Board. He lived her all her life and visiting Guide from the Sonoma County Convention and Visitors as follows: has served on the Board for four the fair each year. She would Bureau. served on years and has been active with like to become a board member Visitor information about Cloverdale is colorfully years. She is a the Parade Committee, the to preserve the hometown tradi- dispiaycd in the centerfold of the brochure, with a full- nurse employed by Queen Pageant and the Caberet, tion of the fair and given back to California Medical in addition to serving as Tree- the community which she has color map showing the location of Businesses, While on the board, surer and Vice-President. He is received through her years of Restaurants, Bed & Breakfast Inns, Campgrounds, and ed on the Queen the owner of Fiesta Travel. living here. others who participated in buying the advertising space, as the Gala, and served Shirley Klein and her hus- Larry Machado moved to r. She has three band George have two daugh- Cloverdale from Turlock six well as the location of City Hall, the Post Office, Schools, ters and have lived in Cloverdale years ago. Heis employed at Ace etc. Over 150,000 of the brochures are distributed world- is filling out for 17 years. She works at Amer- Hardware and is a member of wide to attract visitors to Sonoma County. term, replacing Sus- ican Savings Bank and is an the Knights of Columbus, Dru- Members of the Promotion Committee personally visited Cathy is employed Avon Sales Representative. Shir- ids, and Lions Club. Larry grad- Hospital ofClo- ley has served on the Cloverdale uated from Modesto Junior and sold advertising sufficient to secure the centerfold :and has two sons. While Pre-School Co-op Board, the site College and Chico State. section for the community, and then followed up with the worked with council, and organized and He enjoys sports and old cars. graphic design firm and printer to produce the finished Pageant and the chaired the Parent Teacher He is active in community events product. COmmittee. Club's Dinner auction for five and likes the small town atmo- Garvin, DDS is a grad- years. She is a member of St. sphere ofCloverdale. The map was drawn by Graphic Conclusion of University of Califor- Peters Catholic Church and Dorothy Smith has been on Healdsburg, under the supervision of Ron Pavelka and and received his served as president of the Altar the Board of Directors since 1988. Robert Jehn from the Committee, as well as Linch Brown, from the Univer- Society for four years. Over the She has served as President and at San Fran- pastsevenyearsShirleyhasbeen Chair ofthe Queen Pageant. She President of the Chamber of Commerce. The work of ,in 1991. involved with the Citrus Fair by is married, works with her hus- selling ads was done by the volunteers above and by in the United States helpingto organize the Arts and band, and has two sons. Marcia Diamond, a member of the Promotion Committee. ,s before mov- Crafl building and also taking Gus Wolter and his wife have The Brochures are available at numerous businesses, in 1996. He is ticketsatthefrontdooranddanc- lived in Cloverdale for one year. and has to young sons. es. They are the current owners and visitors centers, and at the Cloverdale Chamber of is a member of the Randy Lane is married and proprietors of Vintage Towers Commerce, 105 N Clovcrdale Blvd. Dental Association, has three daughters. He has his Bed and Breakfast Inn. **** Dental Association, State Contractors License, has Gus is employed by the Ex- Dental Soci- beeninvolvedintheCabaretand change Bank and is a memberof For more information call 894-1726 or visit Historical is a member of St. Peters Catho- the Economic DevelopmentCom- http://www.cloverdale, net/ the Cloverdale Chain- lic Church. mittee. iNELL LET * OLDS * GEO NEAREST GM DEALER GET cor/tPI_E rE COVERAGE GET FARMER'S HOME'AUTO" BUSINESS. LIFE- RETIREMENT ArqNUlTIES Healdsburg Avenue, Healdsburg I 800 775 3384 Stelphanie Showers Insurance Agency We are now offering Homeowner's Insurance! Stephanie h located at the mini.storage complex. 555-1 S. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale Pager: (707)264-7465 Phone (707)894-3315 My advice is, never do tomor- row what you can do today. Procrastination is the theif of time. Collar him! 6 Charles Dickens League fees set for City Par00 .League fees for use of City Park were approved by the City Council in the amount of $1865 to be prorated among the four leagues in play. The fees are based on field maintenance, supplies and light- ing costs. The park ballfield is reserved seven nights per week during the summer season for use by the local baseball and softball leagues. In other business the Council adopted a resolution supporting Assembly Bill 129 that would classify skateboarding as a haz- ardous activity thus exempting it from City liability. The Council also discussed proposed increases in infrastruc- ture development impact fees and sent the proposal back to staff to return with more detail regarding commercial develop- ment impact fees including com- parisens with other county cit- ies. The proposal, as it stands, would increase the sewer con- nection fee from $1671 to $2295, the water connection fee from $1224 to $1705 and school facil- ities fee would be set at $1.72 per square foot or $3096. The in- creases as proposed would grow from $12,591 to $14,138 per unit. Vocal music majors at SRJC present free recitals Vocal music majors who are sophomores at Santa Rosa Jun- ior College will present two free choral recitals April 20 and 27 at Santa Rosa Junior College. On Sunday, April 20, Eva Maass, mezzo soprano from Rohnert Park, and Andrew Mar- tin, baritone, from Rohnert Park, will present a recital featuring music by Debussy, Schubert, Brahms, Faure, Schumann, and Vaughan Williams. On Sunday, April 26, Jean- nine Guillory, contralto, and Kim Wolfard Anderman, lyric sopra- no, both from Santa Rosa, will present a recital featuring songs and arias by Mozart, Schubert, Brahms, Faure, and Schumann. Both recitals will begin at 7 pm in room 105, Forsyth Hall on SRJC's Santa Rosa campus. Ad- mission is free. Robert Young, pianist for SRJC's music depart- ment will accompany the sing- ers. For more information, contact Curtis Sprenger at SRJC's Mu- sic Department, 527-4249. Domestic violence prevention campaign to begin April 18 The Department of Health Services has received a grant from the State Department of Health for a domestic violence prevention campaign. This local effort to be known as the DOVE Project for Domestic Violence Education, will be formerly launched on April 18, 12:15 pm at the Department of Health Services Prevention office, lo- cated in Suite"C" at 1030 Center Drive (off Airway Dr.) in Santa Rosa. The grant will provide funds for educational and media pro- grams for the public, materials for both victims and batterers and outreach to young people. Partners in this effort include the YWCA Battered Women's Services, RECOURSE Mediation Services, Sonoma County Legal Services Foundation and Routes for Youth Teen Theater, along with the Sheriff's Department, Juvenile Probation Division and the Santa Rosa Police Depart- ment. The Be,00:l TaxBreak Since the IRA An innovative health insurance/tax-deferred investment you controL Call ns now for fletails. C00ar00na 128 N Clovcrdale Bird CA Lic# 0696864