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uth Jefferson School G'BE'rr,a and so again this week her class went on a field trip on Tuesday to the France riom. more American Bakery in Santa thLngs Rosa. Frank Bastoni and his at Jef- cousin Bob showed the in all students the inner workings be ac- of the Bakery. The group Jme 5th arrived just in time to see 600 pounds of dough come out of the mixing machine. They tae then saw it formed into little tell balls by a neat machine, and Child kas later they became loaves of test bread. the The children and the adults (ten parents went) were given their own piece of dough to create their own best bread. The students were eR3erience, very creative. Some of the / program these little Jefferson School This little girl is having her own May Day fun completely oblivious to the other festivities. 2 girls were giving flowers to the bread came out looking like Mickey Mouse, truck breads, braided breads and butterfly breads. Then the creative arts of bread were placed into big ovens for about twenty minutes, to bake. Meanwhile the students looked at the sour-dough culture for the french bread and the delivery room where all bread is loaded into the trucks. The group was able to taste some delicious potato rolls that were just out of the oven, and then went back to the oven to pick up their own bread. On top of this all those that attended the France American Bakery field trip were given a fresh loaf of sour dough french bread. Yummy Yummy. Have you ever tasted fresh bread right from the oven? If you haven't you are really missing a treat. SERVICES drug Were various more in dale, Ca, If you are in- terested in completing the longer, 2 page form, pick up a copy at the Youth Services Office and fill it out and send it in. The information will be tabulated and evaluated for a future Reveille article Your participation will be greatly appreciated. Some of the students will be filling out forms in school - if they want to. If your class does not get a chance at them, you may come by the -Youth Services office and request a copy if you want to take part. Youth Services Drug Use Assessment. Fill out what you can. Thanks! 1. Age: 2. Sex: 3. Job Grade: Substance Used Alcohol Marijuana Otherts) How Often For How Long Cost Per Week Comments If you have any questions call The Youth Services office: 894-2150 registration oy 16th end the show, (4) pre- of -done at $I and e 'ill be the first one of its kind in Sonoma County. Local businesses and organizations have donated prizes and will be at the show to present displays and in- formation at a "Dog Care Fair". Everyone who enters wins a prize and a ribbon. Classes are Biggest-Smallest Mutt, Longest-Shortest Tail, Waggiest Tail, Trick and Treat. Costume and Look-a- Like. The show will be held at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. To pre-register please call 527-2471. School Popeye Salad Cookie Pint Milk Thursday, May t5 Turkey and Gravy Mashed Potatoes Cranberry Cup Fruity Jello Biscuit w-Butter % Pint Milk Friday. May t6 Chili Beans Finger Salad Fruit Crisp Corn Bread : Pinl Milk ut'OUE GIFTS OUTRAGEOUS CARDS FIN ERIES, FANTASIES, FUN 122 Fourth St. Railroad Square. Santa Rosa ,, 526-2777 Introducing LISA REESE Lisa has joined Pafte Ciraulo at Styles Unlimited and specializes in Haircutting & Perrning for Both Men and Women. Patte & Lisa are both experienced in "Long Hair Graphics" Call Today for an Appointment Styles Unlimited 5 Tarrnan Dr. - 894-3340 Wednesday, May 7, 1980 - Page 7 On May first, the Jefferson School children were dancing, program was put on with all the classes participating. Photos singing and Maypoling to celebrate May Day. A beautiful by Janice. Most folks only see a loaf of bread on a grocery shelf, and' never know what goes into that loaf before it reaches the shelf. But thanks to two beautiful people Frank and Bob, Tonya's first graders, will remember for the rest of their lives what the bread looks like before it reaches Ihe grocery shelf. What a wonderful establishment, to allow these thirty students and adults, to intersperse their bakery day, and take time to show, help and tell, about the breadmaking in- dustry. And aren't you fortunate that your child goes to Jefferson School so that he- she gets this first hand ex- perience? Where else could you get such an experience? All the students said that this trip to France American was a "delicious" trip. In Mrs. Giusso's room this week a talented gentleman named Joe Armstrong from Healdsburg came and led the children on a Musical Fan- tasy. During the fantasy, the children imagined that they were walking in the High Sierras, breathing the fresh mountain air. They came to a Magic Tree and touched it. As soon as they touched it the children had wings and could fly. What fun again for the children to have this fantastic experience. On May first, the school was bubbling with dancing, singing, maypoling etc., to celebrate May Day in a positive way. Under the able direction of Mrs. Spina, our talented music teacher, and the help of all the teachers, a beautiful program was put on by all the classes, at 10:30 a.m. and at 1 p.m. Every child participated in some way, and many adults, grandparents and parents both father and mothers, and friends were on hand to witness this beautiful sight. Continued on page 15 [ Ray's  Boneless BriSket t  Corned Beef 1" [MEATS Homemade lb. l & Delicatessen Boneless 18, Baby Beef Liver Chuck Roast Texas Broil 2 0000nghorn 2?? "" - eese CALL FOR QUOTES ON LOCKER BEEF Cloverdale FOOD CENTER 138 E. 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