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Pae 10 Cloverdale Reveille April 17. 1991 Bowlinq , Harris Radiator has a 5 point lead over the Kirks on Monday Match Point Trio. Dave Parsley was high with 269, 744; Dean Young 279, 725; Jim Wood 212, 617; Lee Meni- cucci 239, 614; Dale Faust 224,605; Rich Bradshaw 202, 555; and Don Ranger 548. Five gaves separate Cloverdale Bowl and Clover Market on Monday Nite Ladies. Virginia Neat was top scorer with a 525, Janice Gonzalez 496, Woodie Wilson, 473; Anne Bradford 469 and Jackie Snellgrove 457. Fashion Flair has a 2-1/2 game lead over Triple Threat on Tuesday Women Trio. Top scorer was Cindy Bogner with a 498, Dorothy Smith 490, Woilma Smith 483, G. Slzyker 482 and Michelle Trask 463. Tuesday Mixed Fours is topped by Steve&apos;s Team - one game ahead of Grapevine and Harris Radiator. sharon Ricetti was high with 212, 577; Dennis Lish 224, 564; Steve Oltman 546, Steve Bond 536, and Babe Knupfer 456. BAA has a 1/2 game lead over MAC and BAS on Wednesday Sen- ions. Aldo Ricetti was high this week with 233, 58; Steve Oltman 548, Sig Petrich 516, Lois "BB" Bennett, a 115 average, 397, and Effie Mason, a 111 average, 362. The Druids and Garibaldi & Sons are tied for 1 st place on Wednesday 875, just 1 game ahead of Svensen's Timber and Torvick's. Randy Vogt shot his highest game and series this week - a 267 and a 708. Nice shooting, Randy, Other high scores were shot by Dave Ricetti, Jr., 223, 668; Tom Collingwood 212, 591; Bill Zipper- lin 225, 589; Gary Nicholson 215, 569; Dennis Lish 241, 553; Dave Wilson 213, 536; Charlie Mills 530 and Tim Schultz 205, 517. The Video Store has a 3 game lead over Shubel Chevrolet and New World Mfg. on Thursday Better Half. Fran Taber was high with 200, 565; Gall Ornbaun 433 and Nell Sauvageau, a 114 average, 386. Cloverdale Bowl has an impres- sive 7 game lead over Dante Hotel and the Playpen Cafe on Thursday 800. Dave Ricetti, Sr., was high this week with 257, 696; Shawn Peters 209, 587; Chan Culver 225,587; Jeff Garibaldi 223,583; Mark Spaulding 209, 570; Bill Zipperlen 200, 559; Dennis Coleman 202, 551; and Ernie Knight 200, 517. A close race exists on Friday with The Wheel Care 1 game ahead of Blair Properties. For the men, Shawn Peters 214,588; Rich Naten- stedt 219, 553; and Joe Rezentes 524. For the women, Theresa Car- valho 210, 565; Becky Hammons 203,537; and Woodie Wilson 510. Support Little League Opening Ceremonies for the 1991 Cloverdale Little League season will be at Daly Field on Saturday, April 27th beginning at 10 a.m. Help support Little League by purchasing candy and beef sticks currently being sold by the players. Jefferson Farm will participate in Public Schools Week at Coddi Hot dog! When the Cloverdale Ponytail League found themselves in need of a new Hot Dog machine, Clover Super Market came to the rescue. Last week, store manager Dave Stapp (left) and owner Jack Hafner presented the brand new Hot Dog machine to Ponytail President Cherna Alliston, who just happens to be a cashier at Clover Super Marked Saturday night auto races resume at Ukiah Speedway Ukiah's Berndt Akerstrom claimed the first season feature race victory Saturday night in the Late Model division at Ukiah Speedway. Starting sixth in the seventeen car field, Akerstrom had taken the point at lap two after a restart had eliminated the first four cars from damages incurred after Mike Silva had spun in front of the Pack coming out of turn 4 on the first circuit. Another caution appeared at lap three as Brian Shuster tagged the front straight away wall, careening his #18 Monte Carlo into the right side of Kelseyville's Tom Lyndall, disabling both cars. With the restart at lap four, he race progressed smoothly until the third and final caution arose at lap 23 as Cloverdale's Clay Caturegli experienced a broken spindle, stall- ing his car at turn 4. Akerstrom pulled second place contender, Ed Shouse, as the green fell for the final restart and managed to hold off constant challenges for the final seven laps to capture the checkered and claim honors for the first Feature Race victor of the 1991 season. Lakepon's Tricky Ricky Rose started the night off by setting fast time in the Late Model division at 14.288, then went on to take the honors in the Late Model A Trophy Dash. Akerstrom won the B Dash with Yorkville's Bob Lawson cap- turing the first Heat Race and Shouse taking the checkered in the second Heat. In the Jalopy division, Ukiah's Larry Bates captured the Main Event victory holding off the agressive challenges of John Saundens, who ran a close second for most of the twenty laps. Bates also claimed the victory in the second heat Race. Saunters took home the Trophy Dash Honors,and Redwood Valley's "Godmother" Patty Guide claimed the victory in the first Heat Race. Ukiah's Dan Harris made a clean sweep in the Mini Stock division, recording the victories for the Tro- phy Dash, Heat Race and Main Event. The next race will be Saturday, April 20th, with a 50 Lap Double Point Late Model Feature. Gates open at 5 p.m. with qualifying at 6 p.m. Racing starts at 7 p.m. Sonoma County lodging in the Heart of Premium W'me Country DRY CREEK INN00 24 Hour Family Restaurant @ Spa @ Heated'Swimming Pool @ Gift Bottle of Wine @ Complimentary Continental Breakfast Meeting Room Free Satellite Color TV Wine Tasting Canoe Trips Lake Sonoma/Russian River Area I98 Dry Creek Road at U.S. 101, Heaidsburg, CA 95448 (707)433-0300 in CA (800)222-KRUG It has been a great week at Jeff- erson Farm. The children all came back from Spring Break full of en- thusiasm. The teachers returned refreshed and enthusiastic about the new learning oppoaamities that they have for their students. The classroom teachers and class- room assistants have been busy assessing your children's progress. Parent Conferences are on April 19 and 22. These are non-student days. Teachers will be having late conferences on Friday the 19th. Please try to attend your confer- ences day. If you can't make the conference, please let the school secretary know and she will re- schedule you for a more conven- ient time. Public Schools Week is taking place in the Coddingtown Mall April 21-27. Jefferson School teach- ers have prepared a display for this timely event. The children's art work and writings will be available for the public to see. We are proud of the children's art work, as well as their writings. Several classes will per- form at the Mall on Thursday, April 18th, at I0 a.m. Come and watch the square dancers! All you energy wasters better watch out. Mrs. Bowen made ar- CSEA to begin '91-92 contract negotations The Califomia School Employees Association (CSEA) of the Clover- dale Unified School District has announced its intention to open con- tract negotations for 1991-92. Four specific items to be brought to the bargaining table are wages, hours of employment, health and welfare benefits and holidays. CSEA President Donna Woold- ridge said a more detailed proposal will be submitted when bargaining actually begins. [ uplicate Bridge Winners at the Cloverdale Dupli- cate Bridge Club play on Thursday, April 11 were: f'trst, Lucille Sink & Wade Koeninger, second, Jeanne Hargraves & Toby Shapiro, third, Sophi Reinstra &Ron McEwan, fourth, Alice Chaplin & Bob Ball, and fifth, Jo Stan& Dorothy Gum- merson. Next play will he Thursday, April 18 at 7 p.m. at the Vets Building, rangements for the Enginious Crew to come to Jefferson School! Through the Marketing Dept. of PG&E, Miss Enginions - Catherine Boursier, an actress - presented a program on the best ways to keep from wasting energy. The children participated by being the televisions or lamps. I'm sure they will reanem- her to turn off the lights, and not to stand with the refrigerator door open while deciding what to eat[ Reading is again the emphasis of the week for Mrs. Lile. Arrange- ments have been made, through our library assistant, for all classes to visit the local library. The classes walk to the library and are treated to a tour of the facilities before being encouraged to book. It's a fun experience the students, and many are their t-u'st library card. Have you purchased ticket for THE Quilt? If you bought your ticket, see a School child and ask him or sell you one. Also, don't forget to mark calendar for April 27 at 11 a.r. Jefferson Parent/Teachers Club he having an "Old Social" on the lawn. After the; tion for the prettiest and best lunch, there will be square complete with a caller. Y'all come, you hear!! Contributed by Lady Eagles remain undefeated two wins over St. Vincent M By Brian Sumpter The Cloverdale Eagles scored a run in the bottom of the fourth inning to snap a 4-4 tie and held on to beat the St. Vincent Mustangs 5-4 Thursday afternoon in the comple- tion of a game suspended earlier this earlier season due to a serious injury sustained by Cloverdale catcher Nicki Peters. The Eagles (6-0) then won 11-4 in a regulation seven-inning second game. Cloverdale's Tonya Fletcher was the winning pitcher in the t-urst game although she, like her battery mate Peters, was not in uniform Thursday when the game was completed. Fletcher injured her knee March 29 in a league win over Clear Lake and is out of action for an indefinite period of time. Peters is expected to return to the Cloverdale lineup as soon as this week. Fletcher had a 5.4 lead in the bot- tom of the fifth inning when Peters was injured last month. Clara Vi- pond worked the Final two innings Thursday to earn the save. Vipond and Jaime Sanders each had two hits for the Eagles in the non- league victory. In the second game, starting and winning, Ditcher Holly Mithcell and reliever Vipond combined on a five-hitter, as the Eagles took a 3-0 lead in the bottom of the first inning and never trailed. It was a 3-2 game going to the bottom of the third when the Eagles scored four times. They added three more rnns in the fourth to take a 10-3 lead. Sanders, Michelle Wall eryl Norton connected for each. * Vipond limited St. Vincentl , run over the final three Cloverdale played at Tuesday in a North Central I game pitting two undefeatedt The Eagles host the Willits ines Friday at 4 p.m. and home Tuesday, April 23 bleheader e At Cloverdale First game , St. Vincent Cioverdale 130 100 x WP-Fletcher. Cloverdale leaders 2B; Vipond 2x3. Second game Su Vincent 011 100 1 -- Cloverdale 304 301 x -- 11. v, rp-Mitchell. Cloverdale lea(lens -- North! Wall 2x4, Sanders 2x4, YangliJ Baroque to perform April Santa Rosa Junior roque Sinfonia will perform 28, at 3 p.m. in nity Center, located at 276 Napa Slleet, Sonoma. $8 general and $6 students & Card holders. For more information SRJCs Music Department t 4249. Shop Clg ve rdale ,,tle Systems Dump Tinks elhoeWaterTruck' l N D E R ot"O Ooz votin  Conic c Gen. Eng. License 340786 PUC-CAL-T 154-265 Bob Andersen {707) 894-2755 P. 0. BOX 221 Cloverdale, CA 95425j Personal Service Lube and Oil Changes Tires & Batteries Mechanic on Duty - Roe ddParmno CLOVERDALE BP 101 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 81}4-5701 MCNISA Rums Boek, OwnerOpror CLOVERDALE MEDICAL BUILDING Lombard Sayre, M.D. Jonathan Kreger, D.P.M. H.P.R. Welcome Third Street at Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2566 !? ::, : i! i : ! Portmlts * We<Idlngs " Commemlsl David Fargo Spencer eho00 moments frozen in time... 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