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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 2010-- Page 9 Cominl00 Events: • Cloverdale Certified Farmers Market and Friday Night Live, downtown with the market starting :at 5:30 p. m; July 2 with the music start• ng at 7 p.m. , Family Carnival Night at the CloverdaleMuseum, Friday, July, 2; 5:30 to 7 p;m.:Stop by the History Center during the Farmer&apos;s Market to participate in the scavenger hunt, carnival games, and a watermelon eating contest• • Pooh and You, Winnie and his friends, on •stage live Saturday, July 3 and July 10, 1 l:a.m, at Cloverdale Performing Arts Center, 201 Commercial St. Tickets are available at Mail Center, Etc=:and cost is $10 for adults and $6for children under 16. • Cloverdale Lions Club: 34th annual fireworks dis- play, Sunday; July 4, at dusk, at the Cloverdale High School football field. • 5th annual Blood Bank of the Redwoods, Mayor's Challenge; Wednesday July 7, from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Ctoverdate Fairgrounds Tea Room, 1 Citrus Fair Dr. For more information visit www.bbr.org or call 545- 1222. oCloverdale History Center presents a reception honoring the Clover•Quilters and their decades of ser- vice to the CIoverdale Community, Saturday,• July t7, 2 to :4 p.m. at ::the History: Center. • Living History Roundtable and Reception: Ameri- can Legion Service Exhibit at the History Center, Thursday, July 24, 1: to 4 p.m. In honor of the new exhibit, the History Center is hosting a casual: coffee hour and encourages community members to Share their stories and experiences, The Spats @ w.MY 1EAM 15o BADTHEY LT I a EARNUME , 1 •    by Jeff Pickering 'I"HEY WEAR pECIMAL, ) Tr'wia Test: By Fifi Rodriguez 1. THEATER: Which musical fea- tured a song with the lyrics, "I feel pretty, oh so pretty"? 2. LITERATURE: Who wrote the novel "From Here to Eternity"? 3. GEOGRAPHY: In what city would you find the Brandenburg Gate? 4. MUSIC: Which Southern rock band had a Top Ten single with "Imaginary Lover"? 5. MOVIES: In which movie did longtime game-show host Bob Barker make his debut? 6. SCIENCE: What does an orni- thologist study? 7. COMPUTERS: What kind of computer file carries the extension ".wma"? 8. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: Who would use a Punnett square? 9. TELEVISION: John Travolta got his big break playing Vinnie Bar- bar•no on which television show? 10. FAMOUS QUOTATIONS: Who once said, "Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog, it's too dark to read"? Answers: 1. "West Side Story" 2. James Jones 3. Berlin 4. Atlanta Rhythm Section 5. "Happy Gilmore" with Adam Sandier 6. Birds 7. Audio 8. Geneticists use this chart to figure the heredity of ge- netic traits 9. "Welcome Back, Kot- ter" 10. Groucho Marx. Solution time: 25 mins. The Baer family in the early 1900s. George Baer, husband and father was editor of the Cloverdale Reveille which was founded in 1879. He is pictured fourthlrom: left with his wife and children. In June of 1984:, VOlunteers:Bernard Lile, left; Ettore Calvino, and Ja6k :Howetl were busy constructing theWhile pici;et:fenCe: around the Gould-Shaw home which became the first Cloverdale Museum. Mr. Howell, a founder of the Cloverdale Historical Society recently passed away. Photos provided by the Cloverdale Historical Society, 215 N. 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Martin hous- ing can be found at many local hardware stores or retail out- lets that carry birding supplies. Once established, martins will return year after year. E-mail: I,irdingbits@cfl.r:com @ 2010 King Features Syodlcale, Inc • The blue whale is the largest animal known to have ever existed. The marine mammal is so large, in fact, that a grown man could swim through its largest blood vessels. • The company known as Ulysse Nardin, based in Swit- zerland, is known for its line of luxury watches. They've recently expanded their offerings, though, so the next time you're in the market for a cell phone, you might want to check out their version of Goo- gle's Android model. You also might want to check your bank account; this gold-plated piece of technol- ogy will retail for $50,000. • Here's a sign of our increasingly cluttered lives: When the National Association of Professional Orga- nizers was formed, in 1985, it had five members. 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