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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA • -- SECOND SECTION-- WEDNESDAY, AUG 3, 2011 -- Page 11 Coming Events: • Cloverdale Arts Alliance presents Summer Breezes through Aug. 28 at the First Street Gallery, 105 E. First St. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. • Cloverdale Annual Sculpture Exhibit runs through Sept. 28, in the Downtown Plaza. For information call 894-4410. • Join the Cloverdale Rotary Club in the "Rebuild Historic Kleiser Park" project by purchasing a "CIoverdale Brick,!&apos; Your name or message will be laser engraved on the fire ceramic bricks and will be placed in the landscape of Kleiser Park. To order a brick, visit www.kleiserpark.org. Supply is limited so order by Sept. 2. For more info call 894-1012. • Friday Night Live and Farmers Market, Friday, Aug. 5. Farmer's Market begins at 5:30 p.m. and music by "The Quarter Mile Combo" begins at 7 p.m. • Weber's Black Belt Academy presents Taekwondo Dem- onstration featuring The Shin Sung University Korean Taek- wondo Team on Saturday, Aug. 6, 2 p.m. at the Citrus Fairgrounds. Admission is adults $8, kids (6'121 $5, For more info call 280-4548. • Cloverdale Performing Arts Center presents, "Wait Until Dark," Friday and Saturday, Aug. 12,13,19, 20 at 8 p;m. and Sunday, Aug. 14, 2 p.m. at Cloverdale Performing Arts Center, 209 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Order your tickets online now at cloverdaleperformingarts.com. For more info call 707.894-2214. • Cloverdale Dog Park Golf Tournament, Saturday, Aug. 20 with a shotgun start at 8 a.m. at Tayman Park in Healdsburg. For more information call Kassie Wall, 894-3022. • "Death is a Cabernet, O1' Chum," a murder mystery dinner at the Cloverdale Citrus Fair, Saturday, Aug. 27. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.. Tickets are $35 and available at the Citrus Fair office. i i I The Spats by Jeff Pickering / V NP 1"o rut - ,REAT ( THE Rsco / I INTO00RNVRRIA6EJ I1 M .... "7 11 \\; ToNi6T.(' J I -- .fll I Trivia Test: By Fifi Rodriguez 1. HUMAN ANATOMY: What would it mean if a person were "horripilated"? 2. CARTOONS: What's the name of the family "dog" on "The Flint- stones"? 3. MUSIC: Singer Bob Dylan re- corded the hit "Blowin' In The Wind" on which album? 4. LANGUAGE: A quadrennial event would occur how often? 5. GEOGRAPHY: What modern- day country exists in the land once known as Phrygia? 6. ENTERTAINERS: What were the first names of the Andrews Sis- ters? 7. HISTORY: What year did the famous Watergate break-in occur? 8. LITERATURE: Who is Willie Stark in the novel "All the King's Men"? 9. MOVIES: The slogan "Where were you in '62?" was used to pro- mote what movie? 10. TELEVISION: What was name of the inn featured in the "Newhart" comedy show? Answers: 1. He or she would have goose bumps 2. Dino 3. "Freewhee- lin' Bob Dylan'4. Every four years 5. Turkey 6. Patty, LaVerne and Maxene 7. 1972 8. A populist politi- cian 9. "American Graffiti"10. Strat- ford Inn. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc. Crossword answers: XWU C H A T A I g-i-ff lie J A V I (3 E v HB v A ,!__s A N K Solution time: 21 mins. W , -€ I L APE N D L Y A E G U E G E R S liB H TRY T  E-flU nE U L A E DEN % : MF.MBERS OF' 'I'ltl 19ill graduating class of (.7,i)verdale IIi/zh Neluml received their diph)mas at exer* cises Friday night. First row. left to right: Karen Mas,agli, Sharon WrighL Judy Hixson, .lane• Satt- va'eau, Bertha Novella, Betty Williams, Diane Audreini, Sandra Skinner, Mary Louise DeGeorge, Victoria Kramer Candace Fickes, Suzanne Pearson Second row: t)otma Koger, Beverly Mackay, Ann Hathaway, Barbara l)avis Corinne Smith, Carolyn Rockwell, Lytn Snyder Joyee Rrivetz Gerald[lie Yunker Sharott Elder, Ernest[no Satterfield, Car); Williamson Third row: James Hamblin, Kenneth Gkratdi Richard Collingwood, Thomas }Iansen, Stephen Be liste C*hester Mills, George Braccialini iiRoy t'etersen, William Oarrett, Charles Rieord, Robert Greenhatffh I'ourth row: l)ennis t)arke#i • hard Carlson, Robert Weigt, Tom Caturegii, J(ltxt Allen, (ien Harris, Melvin Richardson, l)ti f, R chard Tileston, James [)avis and Edwin t*aserman N ol present when the picture wai  .. ..lean Bandiera, Michael Edgar and Kathy Gt)ltan.--(Photo by C. Frank Tiles•on, dr::ii ::i The photo above is part of the memorabilia collection of 1961 C.H.S. graduate, Dennis Parker. It was cut out of the June 22, 1961 issue of the Cloverdale Reveille, hence its grainy appearance. Thirty graduates from this class will be at their 50th nion this weebnd in ioverdalel For those reu of you who have comeback to Cloverdale, welcome. For all The current Cloverdale City Hall was built in the 1930s by New Deal workers as part of the federal government's Works Progress Administration. It is pictured here in 1946. Photos provided by the Cloverdale Historical Society, 215 N. 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Lewis, best-known for his series "The Chronicles of Narnia," who made the following sage observation: "We all want progress, but if you're on the wrong road, progress means do- ing an about-turn and walking back to the right road; in that case, the man who turns back soonest is the most progressive." A year on the planet Nep- tune lasts about 165 of our Earth years. For reasons that aren't clear, lawmakers in the town of Devon, Conn., once saw fit to outlaw [00BITS,. rowdy Bunch Play host to the larger bird crowd. Peanuls m the snell (unsalted) tossed on the ground will bring blue jays, gracldes, American crows and many woodpeckers. Sure these birds can be a bit nois); bur they are }ust as enlerlainmg and beautiful as smaller birds. -mail: birdi)]gbils@ql ) r (om ( 2o King eat),es Syrldate Inc walking backward after sunset. • You don't often associate museums with beverages, but it seems that they're fairly popular throughout the world. For instance, museums dedicated to coffee and/or tea can be found in London, Moscow, Paris, Sao Paolo, Zurich and Kyoto, as well as in China, South Korea, Colombia and Angola. Germany has three of them. Coffee and tea must be quite popular in the Netherlands; museums dedicated to the bever- ages can be found in five different cities there. • Are you an ailurophile? If you're over-fond of cats, you are. • You probably know that Bill Gates lives in a palatial house near Seattle, but you might not realize quite how big it is. The sprawling home is a whopping 66,000 square feet; the property taxes alone are ap- proximately $1 million per year. It's not unusual to have heated floors, but the Gates' estate has heated driveways. Beats shoveling snow, I suppose. • Need another reason to buy food that's grown local- ly? Studies show that 60 percent of what we spend on food is eaten up by transportation costs. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc. 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