Newspaper Archive of
Cloverdale Reveille
Cloverdale, California
July 30, 1997     Cloverdale Reveille
PAGE 6     (6 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 6     (6 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
July 30, 1997

Newspaper Archive of Cloverdale Reveille produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2021. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

Page 6, Cloverdale Reveille, July 30, 1997 3":-2.":'- .i!!!::ii::'i:'i!?!i:.!!iii!i: :!S!!!i!i!iiiSi;!iii!iiii!i:':'!!i!:.ii:':'iiiiiiiiiiiiiSii.:: Cloverdale Senior Saltwater keley Flats and Candlestick Salmon fishing remains good park. Striper fishing has been out of Bodega and out of the fair in the Bay, most expect it to gate. Out of Bodega, the boats pick up as the fish move from the have found fish off of Bodega rivers back into the bay. Head and a little North and also I0 miles out. Most are trolling, a few are mooching. The boats out of Sausalito and Berkeley have been fishing along the Marin Coast in areas like Duxbury, Rocky Point, and off of Stinson Beach. Most boats have report- ed early limits of larger fish caught mooching 20-40 feet down. Salmon fishermen out of Fort Bragg are waiting for their sea- son to open again on August 1st. Bottom fishing trips out of Fort Bragg have been relatively mod- est oflings but a good amount of rockfish have been caught. Halibut fishing has been fair to good in the San Francisco Bay. Most party boat trips have been drilling live shiners or fro- zen anchovies. Traditional ar- eas include Treasure Island, Alcatraz, Angel Island, the Ber- Lake Sonoma There has been an early morn- ing bite in the no-wake zones in both lake arms. A 22 pound cat- fish was caught in he Skunk Creek Arm of the lake last Wednesday on chicken liver. The catfishing is rated fair to good in the evenings and during the night in the Yorty, Skunk and Warm Springs Arms of the lake. There have been reports of sur- face activity by trout in the Yorty and Skunk Creek Arms of the lake. Not many have been troll- ing for landlocked steelhead due to the increase of jet skis and ski boats on the main body of the lake. Clear Lake Early morning bass fishing has been good using topwater baits like frogs, buzzbaits and pop-r's. The afternoon bite is much tougher. The catfishing has con- tinued to be good around most areas of the lake during the eve- nings. " Lake Mendocino The striper fishing has been slow lately. The best striper ac- tion has been up in the channel at the noah end of the lake in the evenings. Most are throwing topwater lures. Trolling has been slow. The lake level is at its late summer level and any hazards exist for the boater. .. Upper Blue Lake ", Fishing at Upper Blue Lake has been good. The lake was planted last week. Trollers have been doing best, shore fisher- men have been doing fairly well around the narrows. Lake Pilsbury '  The trout fishing has been fai. to good for those trolling. Most' are using a large set of flashers with a worm trailer. Most report the trout to be about 20' down.- Trout plants This week the east branch of the Russian River is scheduled for planting of catchable trout. Call Nancy McKean for worry free travel Put your next vacation in the ................................................................................................... hands of Travel Consultant Nan- High School students sought for, Germany exchange , If you are a high school stu- dent between 15-18 years of age with basic German language . schooling, you are eligible  , apply for a scholarship to spend . This story was written by Marie Vadon Hill at the Clover- dale Autobiography Writing Workshop being held at the Clo- verdale Senior Center on Thurs- days from 1-3 pro. This class is taught by Scott Reid and is free. Presented by the Santa Rosa Junior College Seniors" Program, the class al- ways welcomes new participants. School Days By Marie Hill Until 1936 Cloverdale Gram- mer School and High School were housed in the same building. It was located where Kleiser Park is today. Other than the two years (second and fourth grades) when I attended one-room schools, i spent six happy years at this school. It was built in either 1914 or 1917 (conflicting history reports) and was an imposing gray stuc- co building and at that time was considered a large modern school. It was built in the shape of an H with the gym/auditori- um in the center and the gram- mar school on the south side of the gym and the high school on the other side. It was surround- ed by large oak trees and grass and a post and bar fence on the front and School Street sides. We got blisters and calluses on the palms of our hands from playing on these bars and the rings in the playground in back. There was a separate small cy McKean. For the past three years she has been helping Clo- verdale residents with their trav- el plans. The company she works for, Far Horizon's Travel, has been in operation in Healdsburg for the past 28 years successful- ly getting people where they want to go, worry free. McKean can help you with any form of travel planning includ- ing getting airline tickets, hotel reservations, setting up corpo- rate travel arrangements, car rentals, vacation packages, wed- ding packages, Airport Express ! Nancy McKean an academic year studying in building on the south side of the Germany. AYUSA Internation- first and second grades. al, a leading, nonprofit high To the best of my recollection school exchangeprogram, isnow' : there were four classrooms in accepting applications for this. ; the main building on the gram- special German scholarship. mar school side. Two rooms had Scholarships are good toward  'two classes in one room, some- program fees covering cultural times third and fourth grades or orientations, placement with a German host family, enrollment in a local high school and in- country support. PrOgram participants can gain an advantage in college entrance applications while learning a foreign language and making fiRh and sixth grades, depend- ing how many students each class had that year. The high school side also had four rooms plus the principal's office. They had wooden lockers with wire mesh fronts in the hall. The gym an old house that had been re- modeled for boys and girls show- er rooms on one side and a music room for band classes on the other side. There were a lot of stories about peep holes being bored between the boys and girl showers. This building was called the "cottage". I can't remember any prob- lems arising between the older high school students and the grammar school children. There were no fights on the playground and we shared assemblies and school programs. The high school students didn't care to mingle with the lowly grammar school students. Between 1930 and 1938 my teachers were Louise Batzer, Eleanor Jackson, Maude Kelso, Ruth Carli, Miss Whittaker, Arthur Hover and BM Dilling- ham. Miss Batzer, my third grade teacher, was tall and thin and must have been in her 70s when the school board let her go be- cause she kept the heat in the classroom too high due to her poor circulation. She was in her 90s when she passed away. Miss Kelso taught 5th and 6th grades. She was short and stout and kept a baseball bat near her desk to keep the big boys in line and also used a ruler for minor infractions. We had to hold out our hand, palm up, and she would whack it a few times with the ruler. It stung. ! know because I felt it once when I passed a note to a classmate. It was during penman ship les- sons. Miss Kelso said I was not writing the letter P correctly and to practice some more. After she passed my desk I passed a note to my girlfriend that said "My P's suite me." Miss Kelso inter- cepted the note and I got the ruler as well as writing the let- ter P on the blackboard 100 times. This was humiliating and it was the only time I ever got in trouble in school so I remember it well. Miss Kelso also had a tickets, Santa Rosa airporter tickets--basically anythinrelat- ed to travel -'the world. .............. %Ve really shop for the best prices and try hard to find the best packages and fares possi- ble,  she said. McKean also fol- lows up on every detail and confirms all reservation s to make your travel experience a breeze. McKean is available at Far new friends. AYUSA Interna- just had room for one row of habit of hitting us on the back h rsonth  and telhng us to stand up H r" "n . c ai e s'delines, a stage " o zons  Healdsburg tional also offers p ares to .........  ......., ,. .   , ..... ...... ......  ...... =..,==.a,  . s .ally the grls who from 1 to 5.30 pm. In Clovblale, tralms-well as oppontlfib'-'P! , , ; ,,, o,A o,, +,  .... , ,,;, Tnere was a playgrounO ana a  ................ " ...... call her at any time and if she's for US families to host interna- not home leave a message and tional students. For more infor-, baseball diamond in back of the shoulders forward. mation on AYUSAStudyAbroad school. We played Blackman, My favorite teachers were Miss Red Line and the girls did a lot of Jackson, Miss Whittaker and scholarships and host family Miss Carli. Mr. Hover, sixth opportunities, please calI Region- skip roping and hop scotch. Across School Streetthere was grade, was okay but Mr. Dilling- she'll get back to you. Far Horizons Travel is located at 302 Center Street, Healds- burg. Phone: 433-6971 (Home 894-2764). al Manager Carol Reanier at 800-388-3013. ham, who was the taught 8th popular. He wasn't teacher and l him. Ifa student principal's office, a on the backside punishment if the severe enough. Each cloakroom and ifa behaved, he w room for a, Carli taught 7th grade! my favorite, especially she had the same name When the new was built across School; 1936 the 7th and 8th moved to the high the building. I was in grade in 1936 so was first classes to side. We felt like over to the and having lockers them. The high school still used our gym and tage as their new complete until 1941. I I ed from grammar and was in ! uate in the new high ditorium in 1942. Mr. McMichael was driver and for as long remember Mr. one and only janitor. office/workroom in room under the floors were oiled was no mopping and except for the gym The Washington School was built in old grammar school was$ until 1958 wh, was completed. My second grade in 1956. He said once in trouble on the was sent to the and had to stand with the wall for In 1960 mybeloved old school was torn derstand it was very demolish because it built. . It was a sad they4e id.( t I coUid not watch the tion. I wish it could used for the Bo o: a museum/art Copyright M. Hill CLOVERDALE DIRECTO! The tlair 00Vorks CLOVERDALE r NOW OPEN! Treadway & South Cloverdale Blvd. in the "New" Furber Ranch Shopping Center A&E ELECTRIC Commercial & Residential Winng 894-2033 PAGER (510)319-8235 RICK GURRIES U,= No 2S7S Clover Electric, Inc. I" Closed Circuit TV Systems . Designed & Installed 40 Ft. Bucket Lift 894-3531 : Residential 50 Industrial Drive : ................. 00iiiiii!00ii!!i00ii!00!i00i00ii00ii!!i00!ii000000ii!iiii0000i00i00ii0000i0000!00s0000i!0000ii!iii!00i0000iii00i00i00i!00ii00i00iiiii UNUI00D Acc00 T/me UNU/D E.Ma UNUM/TED Ch00t00Wm $cce. l00O00 N@ws WOIU WlN ICI * /i Tol Fme 1.$M.33I " tv v v v v - i APPLIANCE SERVICE Heating & Air Conditioners -Stoves Washers-Dryers- Garbage Disposals Dishwashers - Water Heaters-Space Heaters Swamp Coolers-Domestic Refrigeration 894-4391 ..- 431-7036 Unda lhst, ( Full Setvioe Salon New Longer Hours: Tmm-Frt-8:30 am-8 pm Sat 8:30 am-5 pm We've got new bulbs for our tanning bed! Manieudsbl available in evenings, Tueday & Fridays 123 N. Cioverdale Boulevard 894-2671 Now at Nails & Hair Design See Mike for your family barbering needs. 129 N. Cloverdale Blvd. I1, Cloverdale 1194-3501 Wed-Thurs-Fri, 8:30 am-6 pro; Sat's by appt. i"'i$" .:i ..... ::i ', ":i:!:i:- .... . ": " " " ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::I THOMAS REED SINK ATTORNEY AT LAW THE LAW OFFICES OF CAMPBELL, ANDERSON. CASL=, SINK&JOHNSON A l:huh.sXx.d  112 West First St Cloverdale, CA 95425 (70T)4-3,941 In CornlxRerized W ReservatioeS Airlines- Cruises- Hotels  ./ .. Tours - Cars Discounts for Sen,or Travelers Travel Video Library Free Defivery Serv|ce Passport & ID Photos Richard Gutierrez, Manager 120 E. First Street 894-5244 FAR HORIZONS Nancy McKe Travel : Home: ( 3O2 Fax Cloverdale Flower Fresh FIoers ,\\; Your Plants-Gifts i Prof' Wire Service " Florist Specializing in Let Weddings and feelings Funerals 204 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894J [ .. This space could be yours for just. $ Reach thousands thru Cloverdale (Three month commitment