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Page 4 - Wednesday, June 25, 1980 I II I III II Community L.,ife II Class of &apos;70 holds 10 year reunion at Papa Johns With much excitement the students inducing husbands Cloverdale High School and wives to their 1970 graduation class of 1970 held classmates, reminiscing and their 10-year class reunion proudly showing wallet Saturday night at Papa photos of their children, John's Restaurant. which they just happened to have with them. Arrangements for the event were made by Terry Yanglin, who still lives in Cloverdale, and is employed by .State Farm Insurance, and Vickie Allen, who now resides in Placerville. Approximately eighty-five people attended the reunion, which started at seven with __,tt no-host cocktails, followed by a delicious "large top sirloin steak" dinner and dancing to music supplied partly by alk The evening was joyously former Cloverdale High " spent with former CHS School graduates. (retail,... More on page IO Fireworks display to be featured again on the 4th of July The annual Cloverdale Lions Club professional fireworks display has come to be a tradition in Cloverdale <m the 41h of July. This year's show, to be held after dark will take place at Allen Field, will be bigger and better than ever, ac- cording to Bill Hetrick, chairman for the event. About $2,700 worth of shells, sparklers and rockets will light up the sky during the program, which is expected to run about an hour and a quarter. There will be no admission charge. Funds for the program are raised mainly by donations from businesses and in- dividuals in the community. A special feature of the fireworks show again this year will be an appearance by the United States Coast Guard band and color guard. The band will start the program at 8:30 p.m. and the fireworks are scheduled to begin going off a( 9 p.m. Frank Rose will be the master of ceremonies. If an)' individual would like to donate money to the fund please take it to Joe Pardini's Auto Body Shop on North Cloverdale Blvd. Gold Rush camp offered this summer Sky Mountain Christian experience located on the Camp is offering a unique shores of Lake Valley Gold Rush camp for boys and Reservoir in Placer County. girls ages 8-14. The Gold Rush Camp is a week long outdoor camping ' il build with oth( It is a mountainous, rugged There terrain that lends itself beautifully to an exciting cabin. sum mer ! ! in The boys and girls have the times. opportunity to practice their The skills in swimming, canoeing, once archery, rifle range, games, directi crafts, campfires, ping-pong, Morris, singing, horseback riding, ability tug-of-war, creek walks, nature trails, Bible studies, fishing, hiking, etc., in a 24- be a hour structured program. Sky Mountain Christian have Camp offers a chance for in past youth to enjoy God's You creations which He meant for us to enjoy. All activities are Sky .geared for growth not only Camp physically, mentally, socially: and emotionally, but calling Calendar of Wed. June 25 American Legion Bingo at the Veterm p.m. Senior Citizens at the Ve Vickie Allen and Terry Yanglin, 1970 Cloverdale High School graduates, planned the 10-year class reunion held Saturday, night at Papa Johns. Photos by Janice. Thurs. June Cloverdale Rotary at Papa Johns at Alanon at St. Peters Church at 8 p.m. Sat. June 28 Continental Breakfast for Band at the a.m. Chamber of Commerce Installation Din n'(- 6:30 p.m. Sun. June 29 High School Band departs for Vienna Relief Society at the LDS church at 9a.m. Mon. June 30 Cloverdale Fire Dept. at the Fire Hall at 7: Square Dance Class at Jefferson School Tues. July I Century Lions Club at the Grange Hall Cloverdale Odd Fellows at Ladies Circle of Druids at the Grange CWA at the Grange Hall at 1:30 Drivers License at Veterans Memorial V.F.W. and Auxiliary at Veterans ] Lunch Or Choose From Our We're Open Every Day Closed Tuesday the Redwood S04 N. Cloverdale St. Peter's Barbecue Committee meets e-NOW-n Find Your At the Tuesday evening meeting called by Chairman, Bob Bogner and Co- Chairman Leon McKinney, the following committee heads were announced for the 25th annual St. Peter's Barbecue to be held at Cloverdale City Park on Sunday, July 13th with food being served from noon to 3 p.m. Traffic Control: All Hagen, Ch. assisted by R. Bandiera, R. L. Hixson, and Ron McKinney. Sale of tickets at the park: Dens Gambetta and Jo Howell. Cooks for steaks and chicken: Bob Ioli, Shin. assisted by J, Mazzoni, A. Ottobom R. Pellegrini, R. Del Sarto, D. Ware, F. Deghi, Bob Ioli, F. Pastori, and B. Vogt. Frank Domenichelli will provide the wood for the barbecue. Bean Committee: John Giampaoli, chm. assisted by A. Zanzi, L. i n McKiney is putting up the sign advertising St. Peter's popular annual barbecue to be held on July 13 at the CRy Park Luechetti, and Lelio .Glare- paoli. Mrs. Jo Del Sart and Mrs. C. Mazzoni will continue as heads of the tossed salad committee while A. Del Sarto will handle the serving of steaks with his comittee. Mrs. Nell Sauvageau is in charge of serving the French rolls and Tillie Coppo is lining up her group to serve the beans. Emilia Bilbro and Lon Hiatt, veterans at 0otato salad making will distribute 400 lbs. of potatoes and prepare for the making of the salad at the church hall. Mrs. Bob Bogner and Mrs. P. Ciraulo will assist. If you haven't purchased your tickets for Ihis event the committee asks that you please do so early ; it will be a great meal and a great place to meet with friends for a day of relaxation. in ('loverdale. while Evel-n I)('Melh) reads all about the event. Photo by .lani('e. One Local Number For All Your Travel Needs Call Louise Andersen 894-4190 COMPLETE TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS - NO CHARGE FOR OUR SERVICE -ravel Service 6921) COMMERCE BLVD ROHNERT PARK TERRY HAEHL /(t[ldcr in our Classified Marketplace Win a F LUNCH at the Hungry Hutch Each Week - Beginning with this issue we'll be from our subscription llst and placing It Classified Marketplace-- If your name appears - simply stop by the Hungry form of I.D. and enjoy a delicious lunch with our corn . Famous Hungry Hutch Dell Sandwich * Delicious Salad * Soft Drink The Hungry Hutch Sandwich Shop & Dell 113 N. Cloverclle Blvd. Must be claimed within 1 week of