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i: Pge 6, Cloverdale ReveiUe. July 17. 1991 WASHINGTON SCHOOL'S ELEMENTARY BOYS SPORTS CHAMPS - (front I-r) Ryan Peters and Scott Treankle (back l-r) Brady Cox, Ray Barney, Rey Ramirez and Brett Lile. WASHINGTON SCHOOL'S ELEMENTARY GIRLS PORTS CHAMPS - (front l-r) Jennifer Templeman and Zita Konik (back l-r) Erinn Jensen, Christina Wedge and Codi Bradford. WASHINGTON SCHOOL'S" ELEMENTARY EQUIPMENT MANAGERS - (l-r) David Briseno, John Gates, Erinn Jensen, Ray Barney and Brandt Schmitz. Rich Rowland has season-to-date total of 41 RBls in 210 at-bats for Toledo Rich Rowland finished the week Rowland is one of four former hitting .276 for Toledo of the Triple Redwood Empire players competing A International League. The former at the Triple A level, but he is the only non-pitcher in that group. He is a teammate of John DeSilva, formerly of Fort Bragg. DeSilva has a 1-1 record and a 5.21 earned run average for Toledo. He has struck out 21 in 19 innings. John Wetteland and Tim Meeks, both of Santa Rosa, are also compet- ing at the Triple A level. Wetteland is 3-2 with a 3.38 ERA for Albuquer- que (Dodgers) and Meeksis 2-5 with a 3.32 ERA for Buffalo (Pirates). Cloverdale High School baseball standout is one of the top catching prospects in the Detroit Tigers organization. Rowland had 58 hits in 210 at-bats for Toledo through games played Friday. He has 41 RBI -- an outstand- ing average of nearly one per five at-bats -- with 33 runs scored. Of his 58 hits, 21 have gone for extra bases -- 14 doubles and seven home runs. There's a difference between being baptized and brainwashed. The Episcopal Church believes baptism isn't a magic cleansing designed to save you from damnation, but the way to become a member of God's family. We invite you to grow with us in the faith and fellowship of Jesus ChrisL 'i :: L Sundays at 9:30 a.m. CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD 122 N Main St. - Cloverdale American Legion Auxiliary Dena Gambetta William Russell Ledford Unit #293, American Legion Auxiliary, held their first meeting of the new year on July 10. Several chairmen were privileged to report activities to date. Lou Thompson, reporting on Chil- dren and Youth, told of the success- ful Project Graduation we had this year for our graduates. Eighty seven percent of the graduating class par- ticipated. Lou is involved again this year and one of the fundraisers is offer- ing hot dogs at the Sunday Flea Market at the Citrus Fair. She asked if perhaps some of our group could help occasionally. At this time, it was voted to give $25 to the annual county-wide 4-H program held in Cloverdale in October. Lou also reported that our Girls Staler Tiffany McAdams has re- turned from her week at Girls State in Sacramento. It was suggested that, after she speaks to our group, it would be nice to have her speak to other organizations in our comm- unity. This would help to make them aware of how very important this program is and what a valuable learning experience it is to help young people understanding the workings of government. We also voted to give the Clover- dale Lions Club $25 to help defray the expenses for the great Fourth of July fireworks show they presented for the whole community. We also put an ad in the Reveille's special graduation issue. Lou then thanked the auxiliary members for the generous supply of cookies they brought for the Project Graduation party. Over 1,000 cookies were distributed!! At a recent meeting of the Aware- hesS Assembly, Marilyn Tucker Quayle, wife of the Vice President, was named the American Legion Auxiliary's "1991 Woman of the Year" for her work with natural dis- aster and emergency preparedness agencies. Mrs. Quayle is a member of the Federal Emergency Management Agency's Advisory Board, whose mandate "is,4o provide an indepoad- ent source oVa@ice to the goup on matters of emergency preparedness and response. Mrs. Quayle is a native of Indian- apolis, Indiana. She holds a Bache- lor of Arts Degree in Political Sci- ence from Purdue University, and is a graduate of Indiana University School of Law. She is a member of the Indiana Bar, admitted to practice law before all Indiana courts, includ- ing both the Northern and Southern Federal Distlict Courts and the U.S. Supreme Court. Dr. Robert H. Schuller, founder of the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, California, and the "Hour of Power" television ministry, was awarded the American Legion Auxiliary's "Public Spirit Award" for his life's work in Christian televised ministry. The department commander was quoted as saying that the Legion is still hoping for an amendment for the protection of our flag. To date, we have have received 73 paid up memberships. Have you sent your dues to 75 Hillview Drive? Dena is helping Elsie, our membership chairman, while her hip is healing. Show your support for Elsie and send your dues today...please[ Bible Conference set at First Baptist Church Dr. Tom Crooks, Director at Large of Eastern European Bible Mission, will be ministering at 7 p.m., Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 19, 20 and 21, at the First Baptist Church. The Conference theme "Come and Fill Me Up" is a prayer for more power and more love of the Holy Spirit to be released in our commu- nity. The First Baptist Church Worship Band will be leading in music each night. The Conference is free, and a nursery will be available. In 5Memoriam Angelina Katherine Angelina Katherine Bosio, 95, passed away in Cloverdale Mrs. Bosio was a native of Italy, but had lived in years. A member of St. John's Catholic Church, she and Giovanni Batista Bosio, were orchard and vineyard ranchers for many years. She was the loving mother of Margaret Seghesio and Alba Cioverdale, and dear mother-in-law of Raymond Seghesio Carrey, also of Cloverdale. She was the grandmother of Seghesio, Stephanie Titus, Joanne Kilmartin, Steve, Eric & Nanci Barr and the late John Bosio, great-grandmother of 12 and grandmother of 1. Mrs. Bosio also leaves her brother Steve Denicolai of her sister Rita Pardini of Italy. Memorial contributions may be John Bosio Memorial Scholarship Fund, c/o Patte Bosio, Dr., Healdsburg, CA 95448. Visitation will be today, Wednesday, July 17, from 9 a.m. to 9 Young & Co., Healdsburg. Recitation of the Rosary will Catholic Church in Healdsburg on Thursday, July 18, at 10 a.m., by the MassofChristian Burial. Intermenl Healdsburg. (59) HEART TO HEART From the Writer of "The Bible Says..." I have enjoyed searching the "Storehouse of Truth" for in to the mind of the Infinite. I trust that you, also, have blessed. Not one person would I offend. Please know that God has true-hearted believers among many denominations and in walks of life. He has many dedicated priests and pastors will unknowingly supporting error. And He desires to open to them, that they may come out of "Babylon" and chain cause. The world is fast approaching its crisis. We dare not words. Yet we utter them in love. Who is the antichrist power? What is his mark? What ts seal of God? And what are the principles, the issues at What light can the Holy Scriptures bring to us? Next week: The Antichrist Power, as presented both in Scriptures and in history. H. Paid Announcement FMR 0 0 O ake advantage of the year's best 16 days of entertainment- right in your own backyard. Linda Rons00dt in a Concert of Traditional Mexican Songs featuring Los Comperos De Nati Cano Saturday July 20 one show only 7 p.m. Chris Beck Arena $12 Smokey Robinson Tuesday July 23 one show only 7 p.m. Chris Beck Arena $12 Kathy Mattea Friday August 2 6:30 & 8:30 p.m. Chris Beck Arena $6 NOT FAIR .. Plus free shows in the Redwood Theater Blues Festival July 20 * The Rippingtons July 21 * Queen Ida & Her Zydeco Band July 22 * Veneno July 23 * Greg Kihn Band July 24 * Texas Tornados July 25 * Oldies Show July 26 * Los Dinnos Ju- ly 27 * Fiddlers Showcase July 27 * Mercedes Castro July 28 Nitty, Gritty Dirt Band July 29 * Ladysmith Black Mam- bazo July 30 * Tower of Power Monster on a Leash Tour July 31 * John Prine & Maura O'Connell August 1 $ Grupo Lagrima August 2 * Mitch Woods & His Rocket 88's August 3 * Little Charlie & the Night Cats August 3 Zasu Pitts Memorial Orchestra August 4 Open 10 a.m. - 10 p.m., Carnival noon - midnight Just off Hwy 12 in Santa Rosa f707 545-4200 Adult General Admission $4 Children 7 - 12 $1 Children under 7 Free Major Shows ! THE SONOMA COUNTY FAIR JULY 20- AUGUST 4