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Page 6 - Wednesday, April 30 1980 Thoug 'N 00Thing By Nobody in Particular CALENDAR OF EVENTS FOR THE BAND May 3. 1580 UNITED CHURCH: Thrift Shop Parking lot Sale. Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. CHS Band Benefit. May 7, 1980 ST. MARY'S GU, ILD:Salad Luncheon and Card Party at St. Peter's Hall on Wednesday 11:30 to 1 p.m. No reservations needed and those ladies working who would like a nice green salad for lunch are most welcome. Luncheon $3.50. CHS Band Benefit. May 16-17-18 SQUARE DANCE BENEFIT: Rich Pelligrini, Chrm., big three day weekend at the Citrus Fair Grounds. Amway Soap: Band Students are selling soap. 6 lbs. and 12 lbs. sizes. Contact a student or phone Mrs. Williams at 894- 2032. INFORMATION For more information about the Band, phone Connie Seymour at 894-3469 or Jan Davies 894-3859 or write Box 311, Cloverdale. All three banks, Bank of America, First National Bank and the Financial Savings and loan are accepting donations, or, you may write to CHS Band Fund Box 311, Cloverdale, California 95425. ALL CHAPERONES ARE PAYING THEIR OWN WAY To all those we may have omitted from this calendar o! events, our apologies. If you will please send in your written information to CHS Band Calendar, BOa 311 Cloverdale, Ca., I will be happy to include it in the nex.t issue. Remember the Reveille deadline requires getting the information one week in advance. Friday noon is my deadline so I'll need the information the day before. Thank you, Cloverdale! FOR YOU CLOVERDALE Mrs. Alberta Mouat phoned the Austrian Counsul in San Francisco who referred to the Austrian National Tourist Office. Through Mrs. Mouat's quest the Austrian Counsul is providing "free" a film about the International Youth and Music Festival in Vienna, plus two other films about Vienna. The "sound motion picture" will be shown at the Cloverdale High School, Girls Gym, on Wednesday May 14, 1980 at 7:30 p.m. The public is invited and,encouraged to come. This will give everyone an opportunity to see what they are contributing to and will show what more needs to be done...before the kids leave in July. May 17, 1980 GREEN THUMB GARDEN CLUB: Noon Luncheon and Card Party at the Veterans Building, Saturday, Door Prizes and the drawing for the fabulous "Vienna Quilt". Luncheon $2. Terri Paine and Muriel Lumry are the ones to cantact for information. May 17, 1980 MEXICAN FEED: Winnie and Gabby are putting on a Mexican Feed. Saturday night at the Washington School from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Feed $4, parents and students have tickets or can get them for you. May 18, 1980 LION'S CLUB: "Miracle of Vienna Pancake Breakfast". Sponsored by the Lion's Club, held at the Citrus Fair Grounds on Sunday morning. Allan Furber said the tickets will be on sale at the breakfast and" everybody is welcome. May 19, 1980 WOMEN'S IMPROVEMENT CLUB: Card Party, Monday at the Masonic Temple. Phone 894-3202 for more information. June 15, 1980 PAPA JOHN'S: Ben Voyage. June 28, 1980 CLOVERDALE BAKERY: Free Continental Breakfast for all Band members on Saturday morning. ONGOING PROJECTS FOR BAND , Aluminum cans: Crcom's and Cann's Collectingcans: Croom's collecting cans at Preston (behind the store) and Cann's are collecting cans and newspapers at 111 Rosewood Drive. Barbara says "no magazines". Save all newspapers! Hi Fi Drive In: For every order of $2.50 or more, 25 cents is 'donated to the Band. Pick's Drive in: RAFFLE: Win a Wild Pig! Bernie has tickets available. German Lessons: Free .... German lessons for the Band students and Chaperones each Saturday morning at the High ooi Band Room at 10 a.m. Hummel: Beautiful Ceramic Hummel copies made by Doris Ferrari on display at the Orange Tree. Tickets are available at the Orange Tree and....now....at the Fashion Flair. Russ Kinzey Trees: ORANGE BLOSSOM GARDEN CLUB: Raffle tickets available from the garden club members. Swen Marcus, President. Vienna Quilt: Green Thumb Garden Club has tickets available from members. Drawing to be held at the Card Party. Terry Paine and Muriel Lumry are in charge. Band Students: Band students realized more than $500 selling animals. Cioverdale Auto Parts: Old and used batteries have brought in over $850 so far. Al Menicucci says to keep them coming, they will send a student to Vienna. (The money is in the Bank ! ) Red Carpet Realty: $108 donation goes to the Band for each house ,sold. ,, Cloverdaie Bowl: Thursday Night Bowling League con- Unuing donations to the Band. Kahn reveals campa,gn Walk The Brain Kahn for Congress campaign hit the streets recently as the Sonoma County Supervisor and 300 of his volunteer workers began an intensive District-wide doorbell ringing effort to take the issues to the voters. Kahn said that more than 500 urban precincts will be walked in an effort to ;disprove the contention that "all modern campaigns are exercises in remote-control image building." "We believe that cam- palgns must talk to the people to let them ask their questions, and to make up their minds based on specifics," he said. The Kahn campaign revealed an ambitious campaign to walk all the urban precincts in the six- County 2nd Congressional District, which includes Son, ms, Napa, Mendocino, Lake, Humbolt, and Del Norte Counties. Kahn said that the ex- tensive "grass-roots" operation is possible only "because of the efforts of hundreds of volunteers." "My campaign stands for change in a positive sense," lOIhn said. "People from San Pablo Bay to the Oregon border are responding to that message." Green Thumb Garden Club news The Green Thumb Garden Club held its 173rd meeting at the Masonic Hall. Hostesses were Arla Mae Bngner and lou Hiatt. Doris McPherson in- troduced Ruby Hulbert, who gave a most interesting and informative program on place settings. Ruby gave us inportant pointers for the place settings we will be displaying at our May 17th card party at the Veterans Memorial Building. She stated that silverware is not included in place set- tings. She showed several settings - breakfast, lunch, dinner, barbecue. There were colorful with flowers, shrub clippings, and small branches from trees. Perhaps the most out- standing were the smog tree and black tulip, nearly matching in color, and a bright arrangement of sparaxia and caroria. The quilt top has been finished, and was displayed. This beautiful "Com- memorative" quilt honoring our band has been hand embroidered by the members of the Green Thumb Garden Club adorning the face of the quilt are fifty six squares embroidered with musical notes, instruments, and a bar of music. A special thank you goes to Mrs. Mary lou Allen and the ladies of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints for their help, which they so willingly gave in the completion of the quilt. The quilt is on display on the window of the Town and Country Dress Shop. Raffle Tickets of one dollar each are available in the store, or from any member of the Green Thumb Garden Club, or by calling Muriel Lumry at 894- 3246. Bridge Winners The following members of lhe Cloverdale Duplicate Bridge Club placed at the regular game on April 24th: 1st Bette Murphy- Margaret Weaver. 2nd - Jack Myers-George Hunter. 3rd - Katherine Forresler. 4th J, Stan-Dorothy Gum merbn. Weeds too tall? Can't find your fence? Fire hazard? NEED ROT.TILLING? Call ' Greenside Up 894-3670 AUCTION S & W LOGGING AND CHESSER TRUCKING Equipment not necessary to future operations Plus other Construction Inventories Large 2 Day Auction May 8th & 9th Location: 28313 Hwy. 101 Cloverdale, California Thursday, May 8, ,0:00 A.M. will sell Office funrnifure, air tools, generators, steam cleaners, welders, lathe, log forks, buckets, pumps, D-8 parh, truck parts, air compressors, and all kinds of miscellaneous items. Friday, May 9, ,o:oo A.M. w,,, sell 10 or more Loggihg Trucks from 1979 to 1969 models, Log Yarder, 3 D-g Crawler Tractors, also (2) D-7's, (1) D-6C, (1) D4D, and (1) D-2, also (1) TD25B. Also Log Skidders, Crawler loaders, Rubber Tire Loaders, Forkliffs, Graders, Backhoes, Trenchers, Flatbeds, Dumps, Water Trucks, 2 Chevy Crewcab Pickups, Sawmill, etc. New West Auctions Inc. 9 (707) 894-3374 or (209) 334-4575 Bowling Scores Thurs Morning Better Half Kiwii Kat's 32tz. 15% Dresser 32 16 Best 4 2.5 23 B&K Upholstery 23 24% Anderson Backhoe 23 25 Torvick's Tigers 23 25 Cloverdale Hard- ware 18 30 Picky Q-Picky 15 33 Individual high game Vrenda Odiorne 208. Individual high series Brenda Odiorne 530. High team game - Best 4, 683. High team series - Dresser, 1&56. MONDAY Night Ladles Photo By Mac 34 14 Sighesio 33 15 Dilley Ins 30 18 Naureens 27 21 Saw Center 21 27 Wine Co. 18 30 The Wheel 17 31 Satan' Spirits 12 36 High Ind. Game: Virginia Neat 215; High Ind. Series: Sharon Ricetti, High Team Game: Photo by Mac. 1080: High Team Series: Photo by Mac 3082 Mig Wiggins: Sharon & Rita Ricetti 213: Pat Kuhn 212 Thru 800 Roland. 3,5 13 United Vintners 33 2 14z Cloy. Auto Parts 30 18 L.P. No. 1 22 26 Wally's Home Ser- Eagles, Baseball Continued from page 8 what was to be the onl; run of the game on a single to right field. Cloverdale came right back in the 6th with a Ken Baumgardner hem,run as the ball shied by Calistoga's right fielder and Baumgardner raced home to score standing up - except that on an appeal play the base umpire rule that Kenny had missed second base and was out. It appeared to the Eagles coaches and players that Baumgardner had hit the base but nothing changed the call. The only other threat for Cloverdale came on a hard hit ball by Doug Lemley in the 7th that was caught on a leaping catch by the right fielder, had he missed the ball he too would have had a home run. led to 2 runs early. Although Cioverdale rallied behind hits from Hunt, Graham, Lemley and Cuneo they repeatedly struck out with men in scoring position and failed to get a substantial lead. St. Vincents kept coming back. CalTrans Continued from page I situation in Washington and I have called on the California Congressional Delegation to assist us in obtaining a revision to our allocation," Gianturco con!inued. "We are examining every recourse that is available to rectify what we consider to be an illegal decision, and the Mark Cuneo, Ken Baumgardner, and John Graham picked up the CHS hits while the team loss put Cioverdale 1 game behind Calistoga. On Friday the Eagles played a 9 inning 5-5 tie against St. Vincents at Petaluma. The game will be played off if it affects the league sstandings. Cloverdale didn't seem to have their heads in the game as errors by Cuneo, Baumgardner and Graham Airport Continued from page I couldn't see the advantage of putting $18,000 in the ground without receiving any interest on the investment. He also explained that the installation of two larger tanks could cost the city as much as $45,000. One of the most important objections, he said, would be the problems that could arise from light planes having to go into congested areas of laraer vice 20 28 (scratch) Masonite 19 29 Cam Andersen Backhoe 17 31 Brenda L.P. No. 2 15rz 32z High High game - Dean Young 259. 575; High series - Dean Young 603. 72O. High High team game An- dicap)- dersen Backhoe 943. High High team series - An- d!cap)- dersen Backhoe 2652. Friday Night Early Birds L.P. No2 41 15 Rolando Caturegli's Shell 31 25 Silva's Pharmacy 30 26 Cloy. Maurice's Saw Shop 28 28 L.P. Nol L.P. No 1 25 31 Rexall Drugs 24za31% vice Depot Hotel 232 32!2 Orange Realty 20 36 Masonite High individual game L.P. No2 In the 6th inning with the allowed Eagles leading 4-3, the although Mustangs tied the game and Allen, Graham relieved holding the Wilson at I tie. Cloverdale again went ahead in the 8th but a long fly games th is ball that center fielder Chris Pt. Areal Allen could have caught T( legal actions we have taken aid today is another step toward plan accomplishing our goals of a aided hi more equitable distribution of CaiTrans federal funds among all vertise states." of the identified On April 14, CalTrans previously submitted l, the Federal advertisiOg Highway Administration, as October, required, an expenditure plan been based on the reduced federal federal airports - especially for student pilots. "If we were running out of gas we could understand their reasoning. Then we would say "yes", we need new and larger tanks. Maybe we will in the future, but not now", Brazell said. According to Brazell this is not just happening to small airports in California, but also in Oregon and Washington, as well. He went about with who writing to t protesting airports Mayor said, throat". with the program to amounts to Wsa iongway to 00pW! 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