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If Notes By CECIL SMITH GeYSer Peak Winery Linguini Open. Golf follows: Partners Seldner-Philips tied at 56 net. Pellegrini-Book, Bar- all tied for second, 57 net. Matteoli-Zanzi, Creeey-Vadon, Faust-Turpin, 59. Creeey-Vadon i yers and 20 cases of choice wine was golfers. This did not include a tee Wine to each player. One of the chief affair was Ratio Bandiera, who also, in his man for the abovenamed winery. the same maestro named above, declared by one and all! me. If those boys down south of Market we shall be invaded by a mob of guys w whatever! This time I will be among Ponytail League News By TONI BORGNA It was a huge success!! Our "Fun Day" was just that, a fun day! We made lots of money and had even more fun. Especially the lucky people who got to go in the dunk tank. Look for this to be an annual event from now on. Everything went very well and we have lots of thank you's for everyone who helped in this major production. It took a lot of time and effort to get the showon the road so to start off we need to thank Cherna Alliston as it was her idea and she really worked the hardest of all of us. Team mothers who also worked very hard were Joyce Wilson, KathyMorrison, Elaine Edens, Lil Embry, Martha REcord and a special thanks to Jennifer Wilson. Here are others who we are thankful to for various reasons: Carol Richards, Kay Lovato, Chuck Stuber, Don Richards, Ponch Hernandez, AI Blackmon, Danny Brown, Mac Brown, Morris Lovato, Jimmy Pankey, Bob Sharp, Bob Yaramie, Cbarlie REcord, Howard Alliston, Richard Young, and Walt Borgna. We would like to thank the Fire Department for filling the dunk tank and the Lion's Club for letting us use it. The Encore and the Dam donated free ice. Many parents donated various items in- cluding time and we don't have every name so thank you much. Also, thanks to the parents who sent baked goods and the girls themselves, many of whom worked in booths. And last, but surely not least, the people who went in the dunk tank get a big cheer for their good sport- smanship and good humor! They were: Red Richards, Rich Young, Peggy Ball, Brenda Odiorne, Charlie Ricord. Bob Sharp, Richard Tillman, Art Cerini and Toni Borgna. If we have missed anyone we apologize and we do thank all of you who helped make our "Fun Day" possible ! played in the Couples Doubles last are some scores as spaee permits. Women's Softball Boucher, 27%. Low gross, June High gross, Norma Saxton,Jim Clark, Jr. Samples wrapped up Final Standings (2rid) 28; Rena Phillips-Bill the championship by Jr. Samples 5 1 Boucher-Bill Cooper tied Naomi defeating Universal Painting Universal Paint 4 2 29-%; Elite Wight-Duke Bidwell, 5-4 in a second half playoff. Morgan Wgod 3 2 Silviera, 31; Anita Mulgrew- Jr. Samples won the first Mama Nina's 2 3 Mary Larson-Dick Ranft, Verna Bid- half. Patty Bird went 3 for 3 Century 21 I 4 Matteoli-A. Rosen all tied at 31%. for Jr. Samples Carol C]overdale Disposal 1 4 ,31%; B. MCCaffery, B. Bidwell, IVverson, J. Bathrick-B. McCullough, Rainwater, Mary Pelligrini, Top Ten Batters Lynn Milkstatd, Kathy Green (Based on 20at hats) 32%; Mary SMmith-Ceeil Smith, 33%; A. all went 2 for 4 at the plate for 1. Patty Bird, Jr. Samples, Kately, 34; L. Peterson-C. the losers. .755 Matteoli, E. lverson-W. Frampton, Woltzen, 34%; Ann Woltzen- E. Rogers, 33; K. Belli-Z. Barbieri, 36. S. Joimson-J. Ingrain, F. Kennedy-D. Me Softball if/V,; A. Kauer-P. Rice, 39. A. n'$ 39%; A. Bidwell-C. Wight, 40V4. dinner was.just great and these cam- First game Tuesday night innings between Dante and the work they was Chem West and Auto Encore and had to be called Some of the people serve more than once Parts. Final score Auto because of time limit. Hitting say it ls a labor of love, noless! Parts I0 Chem West 5. Hit- for Dante: Pankey 2x4, crick a ways and I must tell you, I got my tint for Auto Parts: Lingo Bunce 2x4, Rege 2x3, up, turned it on full blast and a 2x4, Lomhardi 2x4, Bradford Hawhorne, Holt, one hit. For out] The music was a sort of one note 2x4, Menicucci 2x4, J. Encore: Daily 2x4, Pina, a strange tongue, like that of Domenichelli, Stanley, Hine Ma,,ield, Persons, Hewilt, You don't suppose, do you? I'm sure eacb one hit. For Chem Smalley, Ell, each one hit. before the boss saw it. May West : Bald 2x4, Potts, if things don't improve! Anyimdy here Grumber (HR) each one hit. Thursday night Encore plays anolher tie game this golf tournament coming Second game Tuesday lime with Geyser Peak final 't, ls $35  of the $60 price quoted night Roland0 and Perrys. ' score S-S in S innings. Hitting column. The $35 also includes dinner, Perrysslfllundefeatedwitha for Encore: Persons 2x3, of the club informs us there 9-4 win. Hitting for Perrys: J)ailey 2x4, Nystrim one hit. girls. Bundesen 2x3, Hayes, Olson, For Geyser Peak: C-ok,an On July 18 Mac Brown won our raffle. I was a curling iron donated by the Fashion Flair and a tune-up kit donated by Cloverdale Auto Parts. The Saturday night raffle was won by Carol Ricards and it was two dinners donated by the Grapevine Restaurant. MINOR LEAGUE July 18, 1980, Marty's Texaco Angels 11. Wheel Care Dodgers 9. For the Angels, K. Naiman 2x3 double, G. Colin 2x2 double, P. Jump Ix] homerun, S. Menky Ix2, S. Morrison Ix2 double. For the Dodgers: C. Kemp Ix2, K. Brown 2x2 both homeruns, L. Woody Ixl, T. Yaramie Ixl homerun, J. Frederick Ix2, A. Sharp Ixl. July 19, 1980, Cloverdale Food Center Red Sox 14. Marty's Texaco Angels 6. For the Red Sox: B. Estrada 2x3, R. Perlenfein Ix2, M. Riehards 2x2 homerun, D. Wilson Ix3, M. Lopez 3x3 triple, and 2 homeruns, A. Rainwaler 2x3 homerun, C. Wednesday, July 30, 1980 - Page 7 Bowling Scores Mathews 3x3, 2 bomeruns, T. MeN, MIXED FOURS Tindall 3x3, C. Zumwalt Ix3 River Rats 27 homerun, T. Weft Ix2, H. Garret Logging 24 Kruger Ixl, J. Morrow 2x2 Ricarol2 22 18 homerun. For the Angels: The Kirks 17 23 M. Richardson 2xw homerun, Kirks 16 24 G. Colin lxl double, P. Jump B.S.&Co. 14 26 Ix2 triple, K Ronlund 2x2 Rich Natenstedt, 206-562; homerun. Ken Murphy, 213-527. MAJOR LEAGUE July 18, 1980, Cioverdale Coffee Shop Brewers: 14. First National Bank Phillies 12. For the Brewers: S. Seh- midt 3x3, R. Marshall IRa, R. Botkin lx3 triple. For the Phillies: V. Madrid 2x2, C. Yeazell lx4 triple, L. London lxl, B. Traglia 3x4 triple, C. Kemp 2x4 triple, R. Nielson Ix2, B. Strawn 1 2, P. Jearn Ix2. July 19, 1980, Cloverdale Coffee Shop Brewers 13. Toni's Pizza Orioles 7. For the Brewers: S. Botkin Ix2, T. Mathews Ix4 triple, S. Sch- midt 2x4 triple, R. Marshall Ix4, R. Botkin Ix2 triple, D. Dalbec Ix2, N. Frederick lx2. For the Orioles: G. Butler Ix2, V. Vail 1x4, D. I.,ovato Ix3. 2. Connie Green, Jr. Sam- Nina's, .628 pies, .666 7. Sue Minjares, Jr. Samples, 3. Mary Pelligrini, Universal .625 Painting, .658 8. Kalhleen Daly, Mama 4. Ronda. Siebert, Mama Nina's, .608 Nina's, .647 9. Margaret DenBeste, 5. Julie McCullough, Universal Painting,-.580 Universal Painting, .636 10.' Debbi Davis, Mama 6. Kathy LaRue Mama Nina's, .560 TUE. ADULT JR. TRIO WirEs & Keyes 28 Ball, Natenstedt & Vail 22 Chase & Naiman 21 The Conrads 21 Schieffer, Sumpter & Martin 20 Goodman, Wilson & Vail 20 Barber, 234-639; Dianne Vail, 13 223-572. 16 THUR. MORN BETTER HALF Whittaker, Naiman & Beebe 33 11 Damon, Stolz & Peterson , 29 14V= Jojola, Brown & 16 Spelbring 18 26 Groom, McGahey & 22 Snellgrove 18 26 23 Stuber, Stuber & 23 Manion 18 26 Alllston, Carlon & 24 Marincic 15 29 Brendz Odiorne,262-5$1; 24 Carolee Peterson, 198-535. Doug Meeker, 194-519; Don Chase, 189-507. WED. SCRATCH FOUR Pick's Garret Logging Damerow & McTeer Pardini's Boise Cascade Pizza Queen United Vintners C]vd Auto Pts Dave Ricetti, 253-722; Mel THUR. FUN LEAGUE Valenzuela & Mar|ey 26 18 Vaughan & Barney 25'4 183/z 12 4 Four Seeds 24 20 12 4 Vaughan & John- 9 7 ston 20Vz 33/ 9 7 Hayer & Menicucci 18 26 7 9 Tray's Tema 18 26 7 9 3-6-9 night, 4 games--ClEf 4 12 Johnston, 259-903; Frank 4 12 Valenzuela, 254-786; Gloria Stryker, 203-756. Youth Football Sign-ups Any boy between the ages of 10 and 13 is invited to play football. Registration forms may be picked up at Jim's Barber Shop. Physical lime and place will be given. First practice will be held Aug. 15 at 5:30 at the high school. For any further in- formation contact Jim Wirt 894-5398 or Dale Spelbring 894-3100. Ray00 M ATSI & Delicatessen MOnterey Jack CHEESE from the town ql 9 of Sonoma lb. LIVERWURST Evergood brand :CALL FOR QUOTES ON Shoulder LAMB CHOPS USDA choice grade HAM SHANKS Lean & Meaty Boneless CHUCK ROAST Boneless BAKED HAM any size from 2 lb. to 12 lb. LOCKER BEEF A/ways Fresh tq=b Tues., Wed. & Thurs. Carneggie, Lazzorini, Callen, 3X4, Lish 2X4, Larue 2X4, CI Daily 7:,)0 am 6:30 p Beritta, Christianson each Johnson. Dennan (HR), overdale Store Hours: Sunday 9 am 5 pm one hit. Pigoni, Mills. Blackburn, each one hit. FOOD CENTER Free Delivery Every Dayat4pm Bass d_in..v = Wed. night first game Second'game Thursday a brings Grapevine a big win five inning game called nnd Delta over Geyser Peak 6-0. because of 10 runs bet- 138 E. First Street 894-2325 Prices Effective- 7/30 - //]O Borgna pitching for ween Grapevine (12) and ?, Grapevine gave up only one R.lando (I). Hilling for q. SUmmer enroute to the ocean after hit a single in the third by Grapevine: Yanglin 3x3, --' av.h in spawning upstream. Most of Gokon. Hitting for l,rgna 2x2. Davis 2x4, AnglE -". y-Delta  dead fish are found in the Grapevine: Angeli 3x4, Wirt 2x3, Demattii 2x2. Antolini, ili POOUC= , I" ITS "EST iii prding to null zone"-tbe area where 2x2, Davis, Antolini, Dem- Kemp, Shmifz, Wir. each one 'P tment of salt water and fresh water matti each one hit. hi,. F,r R.lando: Schuler, :::::::: ..= FOR LESS ;!; Schweppes :k_." meet and mix together. Second game Wednesday Thurman. and Bernardi each :m,ts''" have ' ,,.e hit  THESE P Mixers night ended in a tie after 6 i,.t: Biologists believe that fish CHECK iil ' 25 .... suffer a eerta,n amount of  32 OZ. Bottles Arm I tkl i-" . tsn ot stress during the transition , iill lt annd e from fresh to salt water" I matoes CollinS.GiagerTnic'Saa AlePlUstax&depsit  Striped bass also absorb N iil M'nar m  pesticides, heavy metals, Commuters inthe petrochemicals and other jtt water pollutants in their organs, set sail " I One Local 00;00Head ill ,.." Recently a high percentage of I V i va   ..= il "me of the large striped bass have been with i not yet fmmd to be harboring f I Number 00ettuce 33L i;i , Towels 1 a, despite a species ofparasitic Revue 'S0 Large Roll 1".. made by nematodes. While none of I For AI!  --- iil _ * 8rviee, the are usually enough to kill a It used to be vhat Buddig - , I Ajax ,and others F.h, some scientlstssuggest ,heeveningc,,mmute was a I your :Lettuce 29L !i! =,oz : that they may collectively dull, lifeless affair for ,he Sliced [ Cleanser =i|t" add uP t sufficient stress t 'ired executive ' Things I Tr(v(l ! Cabbage ' ?, iii k h a v e kill a substantial number changed, h,wever and now Meats I oz l's m ,..=er, that when they reach the null zone c'mmu'erssailingacr,ss I Nood$ A!lVar,ties I s/,- I I. TM _re_blted to after spawning. DFG San Francisco Bay can be . _ ild en- biologistsare continuing to en{erlained by ,he lulling F'{Ik'.rss ex- investigate the cause or sounds of Summer Repertory I Call Clip-Top _ aa i::i I -"=ripers are causes of th die, fir. Thealre's 1980 musical ex- ,ravaganza, "Revue "80." Louise Carrots zo,00 conditions Summer Reper;.ry ! uos|l. 29 Theatre. is cooperation with Andersen Zucchini :iii the Golden Gate Bridge and unchanged Transl,rtation District. has ?b }i! arranged for ,his year's 1894-4190 revue to perform on the OCC@I | 5@L ilii at moStLakes slightlydcin CountYbut is stillhas rateddeClinedas Sausali,o Ferry leaving San Mushrooms 9 larv good. Francisco at 5:30on AUgUSt 1 COMPLETE t and on the Larkspur run TRAVEL leaving San Francisco on ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Weekend Shasta Lake,Mill Creek and August 7 at 4:45 p.m. The &PJtNGEMENI$ " Crisp areas, Hat Creek are oifering falr to revue will be included in he t. , y"e'er- 33*.. good ruffling, particularly in cos of h ferry ticket. E the early morning andiate ioupes s the evening hours. "Revue 'So," created by - NO CHARGE a . Nice Heads It have The cold Sacramento River San Francisco's Damara C. OUR $ERV,CE R;y. rlt has been yielding fair rmhing. Reilly and Brad Carroll, e Corn 6/1 LA. r includes songs and .etches S dlk4 4 3 the Bucks and Ruth Lakes are S expected to be fair to good for from musicals old and new. L the weekend. Revue perfoermers and p Romaine Randall Cooper of Santa Travel Service Large " beonthe Fishing prospects at Iron R.; Linda McCulloch of Nect Lettuce 29*.. [Ik.Y Ilnging Canyon Reservoir have Los Angeles; Job Stuart of Sg20COMERCEBLVD artnes " At least improved and are now Los Angeles and Roberta ROHNERTPARK " " have bee. considered good. Wiggins of Davis. Valencia k ',k. 75"6902l Oranges 4'b00/100 -- rrLarge s.. 39 Nelson, Kosk, Roaring, Further,.o00,,o. peomer s NOrthern Hatchet and Montgomery musical commute may he TERRY HAEHL lb. by Creeks are lower and the obtained by calling the is expected to be fair "Revue 'SO" office at (7o7) Manager off Men- to good. 527-4248. II I