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April 23, 1980

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Vanya and Fred Leighton, club callers, from Napa, also came, and Vanya called several dances. Square dancing is unique in that it requires more than one couple to comprise a dance, and music alone is inadequate to dance by. A caller is required to call the various moves, along with the music. Of course the calls could be taped, or recorded and a square could dance to that arrangement. Four couples are required for each square, two of whom are designated as heads and the other two are called sides. A basic call is "Heads move up to the middle and come on back" in which the two head couples move to the middle and touch hands with the opposite couple, and step back into place. Side couples can also execute this move, upon call. "Do Sa Do your partner", is another basic move in which all four couples face their partner, move forward to the left, pass their partner, move right, and back up while continually facing the same direction. Square dance calls are always addressed to the man. The lady on a man's right is his "partner" and the lady on a man's left is his "corner". While the "Do Sa Do" move refers to the partner, a "walk all around your left hand lady" move is the same kind of move with the man's corner. May 16, 17, 18 a Square Dance Festival will be held at the Citrus Fair, at which time workshops will be conducted by many well known callers. Hoedowns will be held in the evenings and Sunday af- ternoon. Beginners will have hoedowns especially for them, and advanced dancers will be able to dance the more complicated dances at their level. Some of the callers for this event will be Charlie Brown, Ross Johnson, Scott Byars, Tom Walton and "Larry and Karen" will be conducting Round Dance instruction and dances. The Cloverdale May Festival is sponsored by Rich and Onita Pellegrini and proceeds will go to the Cloverdale High School Vienna Band Fund. Phone 894-4211 or 894-3409 for information. Beginners classes are held regularly by the Citrus Squares, Mondays 7 to 8:30 at the Jefferson School; and advanced classes, the same night 8:30 to 10:00. New participants are welcome or just come and watch the fun. For information call 894-3750. Stroud graduates from Storekeepers school Coast Guard Seaman James W. Stroud, son of John E. and Irene P. Stroud of 31978 McCray Road, Cloverdale, Calif., was graduated from Storekeeper School. During the 12-week course at the Coast Guard Training Center, Petaluma, Calif., students received fun- damental instruction on the Coast Guard supply system and the military pay system. They studied the procedures for requisi- tioning, storage, inven- tory and issuance of clothing, provisions, spare parts and equipment. They also studied the preparation and maintenance of pay records; computation and accounting of payrolls, plus the rules and regulations governing military pay and allowances. A 1975 graduate of Leigh High School, San Jose, Calif., he joined the Coast Guard in September 1978.