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I Wednesday, June 11, 1980 - Page 7 .... ......  bly Robert Mendez, editor of the Cloverdale High School Year- book presents Mr. Murphy with a copy of this year's book which was dedicated to him. Pictured here are the Cloverdale High School 1980 Scolastic Award winners: Waiters. 3rd row: Elaine Zagorites,Kirt Williams, Doug Goodman, Robert Back Row L to R: Robert Mendez. Tom Burkhort, Mark Cuneo, John Pearson, Davis, Gary Durham, Hub Lampert, Mary Beth Bogt, Monty Paulsen. 4th Jane Barnhart, Ann Traglia, Terri Madrid, Mary Renish, Doug Mankin. 2nd row: Dana Bergman, Diana Rivas, Mike Pang, Eve Botkin, Laurana Mullins. row: Gary Cann, Sandy McMillian, Zach Vail, llahn Pang, Barbara Pang, Kelly Mills, Tracy Watts, Laura Damon, Debbie Tabor, Janie Miller, Dierdre irma Vega, Kathy Dames, Gilbert Viilareal, Jeannie Davies, Mike Mells, Dan Doble. mgh ' held following honored for by ganizations: Award, American Award, Legion Lampert American Legion Auxiliary Girls' State, Elene Zagorites; Bank of America Awards, Gary Cann, Douglas Mankin, Kelley Mills, Jane Barnhart, Irma Vega, Tracy Watts, Jeanine Davis, Mark Cuneo, Dann Waiters, Barbara Pang, Robert Davis; California Scholarship Federation, Robin Smoot and Barbara Pang; California State Op- portunity Grant All Tuition and Fees at UC Davis, Barbara Pang; California Slate Opportunity Grant a Reserve, Thomas Burkhart, Jane Barnhart and Jeanine Davis; California State Opporlunity Grant (Tuition and fees to Cal State Univ. San Francisco), Irma Vega; CIoverdale Community Scholarships. Gary Cann, Jeanine Davis. Barbara Pang, Mary Renish, Steve Connolly Music Scholarship, Gary Cann ; Daughters of the American Revolul ion Plaque, Barbara Pang: Doyle Scholarships Io Santa Rosa J.C., Jane Barn,hart. Karen Bales. Thomas Burkhart. Mark Cuneo. Sandy Mc- Millan, Mary Renish, Ann Traglia. Gilberl Villarreal; Friends of the Arts, Jane ,dar of events Wed. June I I at the Veterans Memorial at 7: 30 p.m. Dist. at the High Schnol at 7:30 p.m. at ll:30a.m. at Rainbow Hall at 7:30 p.m. Thurs. June IZ at The Encore at 7:30p.m. at Papa John's at 12:15 p.m. Temple at 8 p.m. Church at 8 p.m. Saturday, June 14 erst Street all day Sunday, Jnne 15 Band at Papa John's from 1 to 7 p.m (1900 * 1955) at City Park at 2 p.m. Lions Club Father's Day Breakfast at City Park from 7 a.m 12 p.m. HAPPY FATHER'S DAY! Mon. June 16 Volunteer Fire Depl. at the Fire Hall at 7:30 p.m. Cloverdale Farm Bureau at the Veterans Memorial at 6:.30 Square Dance at Jefferson School at 7 p.m. Tues. June 17 Cloverdale Odd Fellows at Grange Hall at 8 p.m. Arl Commission Workshop at The Studio at 7 p.m. Drivers License al Veterans Memorial at 9 a.m. Century Lions Club at Grange Hall at 7 a.m. Cloverdale Teachers Assn. at the High School Library at 3 p.m. ,e Blossom Garden Club Blossom met at the with Marcus ents l then the to the ad- Watch the all enjoyed room to which of of- President - :Vk, e - Anita Vice - Kay Sec. Sec. - Stewart officer. She pinned a lovely corsage on each member as they were installed. The corsages were made of ribbons, and were Ihe handy work of Anita York. Anita reported that we made $81.50 from our plant sale at the flea market. This amount was donated to the High School Band to help them towards their trip to Vienna. Anita Mitchell was our guest that day. On June d the meeting was held at the home of Dolly Semanski, where a pot luck luncheon was served, and very much enjoyed by everyone in spite of eating too muds. After hmcheon our new Pres. Anita York appointed her appointed officers who - Parlementarian, Gladys Erickson; Inspiration, Rhio flowers and plants looked La Violetta; Sunshine & exceplionally nice, as quite a Publicity-DollySemanski. A few flowers were in full large clay pot planter was bkmm and very colorful. presented to Dolly for having Ray's vegelable garden the party at her place. It was clearly showed the tender greatly appreciated, but I loving care he gives il. His would have been satisfied white and red sweet onion are just to share our plants, lhe size of a coffee cup, and flowers and garden with growing Besides the them. potatoes, lettuce, carrots, Mil Allen brought Norma beets and so forth. Of coures Ferrari as her guest, and we the raspberries, young were fortunate enough to berries and logan berries have her and Anita Mitchell couidn't be passed up without become members of our club. a taste. We are always happy A planl sale was discussed, to share our good luck in to be held in the fall time and growing our vegetables, place will be announced later, plants and flowers. Everyone Leah Noriel, Rene Wehr seemed to enjoy their af- and Kay Harper were ternoon. reported on the sick list. We Until we mee again in all wish you well. Now to put October have fun and stay a feather in my hat, my well. 00,Ommission a success attended talent. Kareo will get hers on Art Corn- her 12111 birthday (in Oct.). Exhibit The chairman and eo- zt=. The chairman wish to thank those 'ork of 39 contributing the awards, the participants and the at- the tending public for making our and mem- "llth Annual Exhibit" such a $uee. the American tto picture and bond) for Bank went to "lop" inthe Artists Up-top took inthe Zhow were 2 Wilson Lyle. With self Golden Karen cards their He-ring Tests Set Electronic Hearing Tests will be given at the Hearing Aid Service off'ce at 119 W. First St., Cioverdale on Thur- sday, June 12th from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. A person with a hearing handicap carries his ISOLATION WARD with him anywhere he goes. A tragic loss, because it's mmecessary. Today's technology offers almost anybody the chance to hear.., and break the quarantine of silence. If you hear sounds but don't understand words. . there may be help for you. For an appointment call 894-5OOO "Sony" Frisbee and 10 Pack Tape Case When you buy 3 HFX - 90 minute High Quality Premium Cassette Tapes for just S825 8(XV0000 So drop in. It's the perfect time to enjoy Full Color Sound and take advantage of these Red Hot promotions. Barnharl, Gary Cann, Juniors Diana Rivas, Hub Duglas Mankin, Margaret l.amporl, Seniors - Sandy Det Besle; Faculty Jack McMillan, John Pearson; Ihfffman Memorial Award in ,oma Dislricl California V()caional Arts, Roberl Davis: Hoo Hoo Elles Club- l"ederalitm of Women's llly Lawrence Memorial Clubs. Jane Barnharl; United Scholarship. Laura Damon; l.alins Scholarship, Irma Lio,s Club Scholarship. Janie Vega: Assislance League of Miller: Rolary Club S.t(,ma County awards, (?iizcship, Freshmen Dana Shart Greppi, Robert Begnan. Eric Bolkin, Medez: Women's History .'.k,phom.'e, Zachary Vail, Week Essay awards, Frehsman- Terry Madrid, Eric Botkin, Deirdre Doble, Sophomores-Laurena Mullins', Tina Domenichelli, Laurelta Mouse ;Faculty Honor Awards, Science- Jeanine Davis, Mary Renish, Barbara Pang, Michael Pang, Deirdre Doble; English & Drama-Jane Barnharl, Gary Cann, Jeanine Davis; Journalism- Gary Cann, Robin Smoot, Montgomery Paulsen: Mathematics-Robin Smoot Social Science-Jeanine Davis, Janie Miller, Alisa Unger; Cil!zenship-Michael Mills, Gilbert Villarrea; Music-Jane Barnhart, Mary Beth Bogt, Dann Wailers; Photography-Margaret Den Beste; Induslrial Arts-Wood- Jeff Wright, Johnie Pan, Tom Kinsey, dave Daly. Roy's M ATS00 & Delicatessen SKINLESS HAM SHANKS LONGHORN BONELESS u.s.o.. CHUCK ROAST Choice TEXAS BROIL _d.S.D.A.. Choice BONELESS ..S D.. Choice 2;007 BARBECUE STEAK CHEDDAR CHEESE CALL FOR QUOTES ON LOCKER BEEF Cloverdale FOOD CENTER 138 E. First Street 894-2325 Store Hours: Daily 7:JO am - 6:30 pm Sunday 9 am - 5 pm Free Delivery Every Day at 4 pm Prices Effective - June 11 Thur June 15 ::ii ::: PEPSI ' s0000iii COKE .:. TAB ppers ',i', 00UCA i:i: DR. PEPPER 9!iiii & ALL FLAVORS ums I :::: All 2 Litre Soda Pop N=d. Yellow :::: Van Camps ns PORK &BEANS ii! 31"oz. Tin Clip Top Carrots Zucchini 19,,, , V,v. b.ii :::: PAPER :!i!i TOWELS 39iii Large Roll i!;! 79 i!!i Large Asparagas 69,00i0000i :.:. Broccoli Head 69' Del Monte CATSUP 32oz. nanas 3 / 1 Jumbo Peaches 59 Red pefruit 511 'Navel Oranges 5 'b/1 Russet Potatoes 99  10 lb. Bag Don't Forget the Lion's l Fathers' Day Pancake Breakfast June l S at the hrk Adulti 2" Children 1" under 10 Tickets Avol!a! at Food Center