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Pa_oe 10. Cloverdale Reveille. July 17. 1991 PONYTAIL'S MAJOR LEAGUE CHAMPS - The Royals- (bottom l-r) Lisa Meier, Marilyn Padgett, Janeen Delsid (middle l-r) Megan Wlodarczyk, Alex Adams, Liz Yepez, Senga Dipple, Nicki Clark, All Carlstrom (top l-r) Coach Lyn Colin, Nicole Baptista, Holly Mitchell, Melissa Wilson and Manager Cheryl Yeazeil. PONYTAIL'S MINOR LEAGUE CHAMPS - The Cubs -  l-r) Sequoia Medina, Rashell Croak, Paula Basili, Amy Lovato, Mitchell Delfino (aka "Mighty Mascot"), Pierrette Rohertson, Melissa Spingler, Cedi Bradford, Erica Clark (middle l-r) Coach Scott Mclntosh, Anna lmbach, Danielle Osborn, Manager Charlie Delfino, Coach Dave Tryon, Zita Konik, Coach Bill Tierney (top i-4) Cascy McIntosh and Karen Lovato. Dreyers sponsors unique contest to Assistant Ice Cream Taster Job 0 Do you'rrae an insatiable craving A for Rocky Rtad.? primal urge to have ice cream ter every meal? What about discriminating tastebuds that really know their"scoops"? If this sounds familiar, Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream may have the perfect job for you. Drewyer's Grand Ice Cream is searching the country for ice cream lovers interested in participating in the fifth annual contest for "Assistant Ice Cream Tasters". Five children and 20 adults will be selected from across the country and provided transportation to the company's headquarters in the San Francisco Bay Area for a one-day tasting binge at its ice cream factory. The winners' job is to taste 25 prospective new ice cream and fro- zen yogurt flavor concoctions and select which ones Dreyer's will introduce in 1992. The oldest taster chosen so far was a 92 year old school teacher from Tacoma and the youngest, a four year old girl from Walkersville, Md. Past winners included a priest, a nun (not affiliated with each other), a grandfather/grandson tasting team, a law student sfrom New York who submitted a "grand" single's ad, an archeologist from Savannah, Ga., who developed an ice cream pass- pork a radio newscaster from Toledo who taped a broadcast from "Edy R. Murrow" (Dreyer's is known as Edy's Grand Ice Cream east of the Rocky Mountains) and a grandma from Missouri who sent in her right arm (actually a manne- quin's arm) for the chance to become Irene Cont'd. from Pg. l unheard of, and that a lot would depend on the individual circum- stances. Her study showed that the de- pendent person tends to "bag their feelings", making them very vulner- able to emotional outbursts. Dr. O'Mear said the provacation is sometimes very minor and the response is out of proportion. "Hostile feelings may be repress- ed and denied", she concluded, "but, like a pressure cooker, they will come out at some poinL" Court is in recess until Thursday morning when closing arguments will be heard. an Assistant Taster. In order to qualify for the job, applicants must submit a creative entry describing in 150 words of less why they or someone they know would make a "grand" ice cream taster, entries will be judged on creativity (any audio or videotape submissions must be accompanied by a written transcript). Children, ages 12 and under, should indicate age in order to be considered for the children's category. All applicants should send their entries to: Assistant Ice Cream Taster, Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream, 5929 College Ave., Oakland, CA 94618. Entries must be by August 16, 1991. will receive an all ex to the San Francisco two night stay and a ice cream tasting on followed by a hosted awards ceremony. This is one can walk away from with a satisfied feeling. In sweet memories, the tasterS ceive a supply of 1 their weight in ice cream also will receive an for their class) - an ice dream come true! Elementary Sum School ends July I Cloverdale's Elementary Summer School session ends this Friday July 19. Last week the students were in- volved in classroom experiments safely observing the solar eclipse. Because of parent and staff con- cern, no students were allowed out- side without adult supervision dur- ing the eclipse John M. Travinsky Summer School Principal reports. "While no one looks at the sun nor- mally the temptation for little chil- dren during an eclipse might have been too much for some of them. Thusour concern for the safety of the students" he said. Total registered enrollment for the summer school session at Washing- ton was 238 students in grades K-12. The Brunch program has been a terrific success, Mr. Travinsky said. Students are served at 10 am. and go to recess at 10:15 until 10:30. The District provides the meal service earlier to accommodate those students who either aren't very hungry early in the morning or who just can't get it together to eat before school starts at 8 a.m. he explained. "The students are learning and having fun while attending summer school. We hope the parents of our students have been satisfied with the way we have tried to provide a good program this year Mr. Travinsky declared. Summer school teachers are Lori Stewart Kindergarten; Narda Vin- cent - First/Second; Jocelyn Hester - Second; Jonni Conway - third; Ginny Malvcsd-Fourth; Donna Woefel- Fourth/ Fifth; Ellen Hcrdcgen Sixth; Grog Blunt -SeventWcighL Kristine Bell is teaching school program at the high school underway. The high school ,for 30 days ending Aug. 1. The High School longer in order make up requirements tion of classes which taken at the high school. Eighth graders who graduate with also taking the for 30 days which will allo be promoted to the high September. Champagne for Fair's Flower The annual Cham for the 1991 Sonoma Flower Show will be July 19, from 6-9 p.m. grounds. The is sponsored by the Welfare League. Tickets must be advance and are still $20 per ticket. Of this per ticket is a donation Board and the l.egue. Over 25,000 hors be served, many with flair to compliment this year's flower shoW. attending the affair will souvenir chain "For ticket Joanne Galvin Shop 6'lo ve rdale I Pal nt i ng'Sa bl:wi nwg a-Psn" Wash i rig RnTSL / Chris Carter (707) 894-9414 Gen. Eng. License 340786 PUC,CAL.T 154-26$ Bob Andersen Fo) 94.2s P. 0. Box 221 overdale, CA 95425. 00.cons00ruc,,on Remodel & Restoration Custom Design Efhcent Craftsmanship Lic. #613956 (707) 804-5662 RICK GURRIES ' CLOVER ELECTRIC INC. uc. NO. :rml CLOeED CIRCUIT T.V. IWSlTdl DGIIED & BISTAUJEO-- 894-3531 INDUSTRIAL 50 INDUSTRIAL DR. COMMERCIAL C .I.OVERDALE RESlOENllAL Portraits * Weddings * Commercial David Fargo Spencer otogrhy Special moments frazen in time... 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