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Cloverdale High Honors Students is a list of Cloverdale High School students who principal's honor roll, earning a 3.5 to 4.0 grade and students who made the honor roll, earning grade point average for the second semester. PRINCIPAL'S HONOR ROLL Freshmen Biery, Susan Carrillo, Brendon Hampton, Ethan Byron Robertson, Lissa Tryer, Laurel White. Sophomores Besio, Justin Carstens, Eva Chu, Kerri Coiling- Jackson, Kristen Lane, Helen McKean, Jenna Juniors Nicole Duarte, Miriam Hernandez, Karl Ioli, t Lopez, Kimberly Morelli, Luz Orozco, Amanda Plum- Reynolds, Blanca Sancbez, Amy Showers, Joe Amber Smith, Veronica Tortes. Sen/ors Black, Becky Buergler, Christopher Green, Penny Hodges, Zita Konik, Andriy Lesyshyn, Karen Daniel Lozano, Jerrod Meier, April Pack, Gianina Rosio Perez, Ranjan Pillay, Pierrette Robertson, Sanchez, Mindi Sessions, Jason Smith, Satomi Wa- luoia Wright-Medina, Heidi Yanglin. HONOR ROLL Freshmen Adcock, Christopher Bowen, Ryan Demolski, Zulema Gonzalez, Amalia Greene, Laura Sean Lands, Tina Lincoln, Renee Maas, Meier, Krystal Pack, Robert Prieskorn, Michael Ra- Barbara Schwan. Sophomores Allred, Nick Angeli, Sam Beeson, Kara Bogner, Daly, Andrew DeCaminada, Katie Gunnink, Brandy Matthew Ostermann, Tamara Serrano, Kathleen Zachary Sutton, Krista Warren, Christina Wedge, Zapalski. Juniors Bell, Rashelle Camilli, Jennifer Cavallo, Heidi Juana Gonzalez, Christopher Lands, Brett Lile, Jeff Randolph, James Rebotarro, Callie Reese, Rose, David Smith. n/ors ), David Bowen, Nathan Brown, Rita Contreras, Feidman, Robin Gurries, Mina Hirayama, Victor Trinette McDonald, Caitlin Morrison, Ann Saiko, Medical miracles start with re.arch Empire Fair provides for entire family Aug. 7-10 fair going family, there behad Redwood Empire during it's .four 7-I0. itself is a good buy, one-pay-gate that is inside the except the carni- grandstand day, and access to activities and as well as all on Willow the Children's Stage, day on Thursday, opening day of the a hand stamp office, fair goers ll the rides they can opening at 5 p.m. at midnight that Amusements have offer discount ad- vance sale ride coupons again this year. Prior to fair opening, the half-price 28 coupon books can be purchased for just $10. BoOks are on sale in Ukiah at the Redwood Empire office, Creative Workshop, and McDonald's in both Willits and Fort Bragg at McDonalds; and in Covelo at June-Marie's. Sales cease at all outlets, except the fairgrounds on August 6; sales stop at the fairgrounds at 3 pm on August 7. Kids' Day allows all children 12 and under to get in free of charge from noon until 6 pm. For the older folks, there is Se- nior Citizen's Day on Sunday, August 10, when seniors that are 65 or older get in for just $3, half the regular admission price. Regular admissions are adults- $6; 7 through 12-$3, with chil- dren six and under admitted free. More information can be ob- tained by calling the Redwood Empire Fair and Event Center office at (707)462-3884. project awaits FEMA approval to award the Cloverdale Municipal Airport run- project to low bidder Fort Bragg Electric was the Council's July 23 agenda. The Federal Emergen- Agency (FEMA) agreed to pay 100% for the increased since the agreement was made, the City has not received confirmation from FEMA COver the new figures. 'Electric agreed to do the work for a contract amount The original budget for the project was $62,169 as [with FEM However, the City is appealingthe amount actual costs which equate to $103,069 including of $7,724 and inspection costs of $7,100. occurred during the 'Understands that original estimated costs may not match adjusted funding in accordance with true costs our other FEMA funded projects," Cloverdale City Wanger reported. HEARING AID REPAIR All Makes Repaired While You Wait cannot come  us, call and we will have aid picked up and returned to you. Lowest pdces on Duracell batteries, we pay shippingl August 6, 1997, Cloverdsle Reveille, Page 3 t  Redwood Empire Fair Aug. 7-10 and see Wa caffie. Watusi cattle one of the high lights of Redwood Empire Fair Watusi cattle will be one of the unique sights at the Redwood Empire Fair that runs August 7 through 10 in Ukiah. Local fair goers had a look at some younger Watusi cattle at the spring fair, but Watusi cattleman Dave Lowery of Potter Valley is bringing a larger specimen this time. Watusi's possess the largest and most dramatic horns of any breed of cattle. Watusi cattle are not only impressive to look at, they are also a useful breed of cattle. The breed is over 6,000 years old, coming from Africa. The first Watusi came to the United States in 1942, until imports were halted during World War II. In the late 1970s, cattlemen began bringing them in again. There are now about 4,000 head of breeding stock in the U.S. Although an exotic breed of cattle, many go for beef production due to their meat being low in cholesterol and very lean. Although the large horns were the original cause for American interest in the breed, they have many other favorable attributes. They are disease resistant and calve easily, as well as being gentle. Stop by the fair and see for yourself More fair information may be obtained by calling (707)462-3884. American Free Poetry Contest open for entries The Famous Poets Society announced that $25,000 in priz- es will be awarded this year in the American Free Poetry Con- test. The contest is open to every- one and entry is free. The dead- line for entry is August 26, 1997. Every poem entered also has a chance to be published in a de- luxe, hardbound anthology. To enter, send copy of one original poem, any subject and, any style to: Free Poetry. Con- test, 421N. Rodeo Dr., Suite 15- 544, Beverly Hills, CA 90210, or go to www.famouspoets.com. The poem should be no more than 20 lines, and the poet's name and address should ap- pear on the top of the page. Entries must be postmarked or sent via the Internet by Au- gust 26, 1997. A new contest opens August 27, 1997. ii iiiii Grace Lutheran Church Touching People With The Healing Love Of Jesus Christ Warm. Casual Atmosphere* *Solid Biblical Teaching* * Upl ijl ingW orsk po Caring Children's Ministry* Sunday School & Adult Bible Class, 8:45 AM Praise & Worship, 10 AM 890 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2330 Healdsburg-Guitar Festival set for Aug. 11-16 at the Villa The second annual Healdsburg GuitaFestival takes place Aug. 11-16, at Villa Chanticleer. This event draws performers, guitar makers, teachers, students, and guitar aficionados from around the world for a week of music, learning, congregating, and celebrating, all centered around the acoustic guitar. The Gallery of Guitars is a focal point of the festival: a unique exhibition feaLuring custom guitars built by over 90 of today's elite luthiers. While this is nirvana for guitar fans, even nonplayers appreciate the beauty and craPcsmanship of this exclusive collec- tion of handmade instrllments. Visitors interested in buying are encouraged to test drive them to help choose a luthier. Guitars range from those built using traditional techniques to designs featuring the latest in construction technology. The Healdsburg Guitar Festival is sponsored byAcoustic Guitar magazine and Luthiers Mercantile International. Festival bro- chures are available from LMI by phone (800)477-4437, fax (707)433- 8802, or E-mail lmi@lmii.com, or Web site www.wco.cond~lmi/ festival.htm. Worry, we are told by medical men, is the most important cause of mental, emotional and neurotic troubles. 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