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lerk's Corner IPIL'UGH lbceive! andwe ,,of and Lo the interested spot. Vivian of the and to many will be announced for sometme in September and the new Commission will get right to work, beating out a budget for next summer's recreation program. They are lucky this year- Lu Thompson kept beautiful records of all expenditures with accompanying data. This will make the job so much easier. So happy budgeting to the newly revamped Park and Recreaton Commission ! August seems to be Bir- thday month a City Hall- happy birthday to Carol Giovanatto and Dorothy Montoya-which goes to prove that good things come in bunches. There are petition forms available at City Hall for persons interested in cir- culating petitions on the Peripheral Canal (Referendum of SB 200). You may obtain copies by asking for them at the reception window. I feel schooltime in the air- I keep hearing discussions on the cost of school clothes, etc., amongst all the working mothers, and some kids are starting to look a little peaked. Ah, to be a student again! (Long drawn out sign...) veterans to meet Werkl War meet in ), 1980, One by m and served and nine Saurday morning, followed by a joint session of Auxiliary and Barracks between nine and ten. Among svecial guests wLLI be Cloverdale's illustrious Mayor Jack DomenicheUi, who will give the welcoming address. Also, Mrs. Minnie Booth, President, Ladies Auxiliary, Depart- ment of Califoria, and past Department Com- mander, Mr. Jack Whiteford, of Rancho Cor- iova, California, and of Cloverdale School District I=els: HIGH prin- Keith Drama, Bruce Home Math; Coach; Cons. P.E.; Mur- Nervo, ); Metal; Zdsar Gov't Stan, Math, Wagers, other department officers and friends will be present. All World War I veterans and their ladies are urgently requested to drop by and share a cup of coffee and a doughnut with their old buddies of more than sixty years ago at eight o'clock, stay for the program from nine to ten, and remain for the meetings that im- mediately follow the joint session. Girl's P.E.; and Linda Maxl Miller, Grade 5; Eric Neel, District Librarian. 7th Social Science; Elbert Musalacon High School: Pearl, 8th Science, P.E.; Johanna Echols-Hansen, Joanne Peck, Music; Sarah Principal and Robert Pickler, 7th Lang. Art., Home Blankenbaker, Teacher. Ec. (PM); Shirley Smith, . Grade 5; and John Travin- sky, ah English WASHINGTON SCHOOL: Claud Wdliams, Principal; Lynn Anderson, Science,Inc. Arts; Pauline Ballard, Grade 4; Anne Boone, English; Jim Brennan, LDG Class; Geraldine Burgess, Grade 4; Theresa M. Burke, Grade 6; Fred Campbell, Math, Photography ; Patricia Finck, P.E.; Bob Fontana, P.E.; Polly Frenay- Hutcheson, Math & Reading; Gary Giusso, 8th Soc. Studies, P.E.; Judith Hines, Grade 4- 6; Sue Hoots, reading Spec.; Dale Hudson, Language Arts; Cliffor Leer, Grade 6; Karen Lepere, Grade 6; Marc Mager, 7th & 8th Counselling, reading, Math ; Robert Melton, Grade 5; Delbert JEFFERSON SCHOOL: Mario Mechelon, Prin- cipal; Jayndl Coon, Grade 3; Barbara Fontana, Grade 2; Gloria Garcia-Samperton, Miller Unruh Reading; Tonya Giusso, Grade I; Dick Johnson, ESEA Co- Ordinator, Reading ; Winifred Kincaid, Title I, Reading; Patricia Knight, Grade 2; Bru*l.Ims, Grade I; Claire MeGowan, Grade 3; Marian Randolph, Kindergarten; Nena Reiners, Kindergarten, Renee Robertson,  50 percent; Alice Romain, Grade 2; Shirley Spina, Music; Connie Sumner, Grade 1; and Gust Zagorites, Grade 3. Cloverdale 4-H light Horse Project to compete at Energy Harvest fair Cleverdale 4-H Light Horse Project members Ked Rosetti, Taml Titus and Toni Drake (left to right) are shown In freat of The Old Feed Store on Main Street. The  and others will be competing in halter and showmanship classes during the Energy and Harvest Fair, Sep- tember 12-14. The Old Feed Store is donating a sack of grain each to the Showmanship Champion and reserve Champion UUe winners. The Tack Room, Uklah's western store on N. 8rate Street, is dmmting a travel-storage show halter hag for the Champion and a feed tub for the Reserve. Brass halter name plates will abo be awarded to the Champion and Reserve by the Citrus Fair. The 4-H Horse Show will start at 10 a.m. on Saturday, September 13, Judge for the show will be Kelley Newfield from Fresno State University. Photo by Janice. Wednesday, August 27, 1980- Page 5 "Return of the Old West" to. be Citrus Fair Theme dough to be aw.arded ton,ght Feel lucky? Want to meet some new local people? Want something to do tonight besides watching reruns on the boob tube? Want to help raise funds to buy Christmas gifts for the local children? H you answered "yes" to any of the above questions, the local post of American Legion says you should be at the Veterans Building tonight beginning at 7:30p.m. This is the time the William Russell L,edford Post 293 American Legion begins its Bingo Game. It's the oldest con- tinuous and richest Bingo game in northern Sonoma County. And if you are lucky you could win over $I#0 during the evening. Everyone is welcomed to attend. "The Return of the Old West" will be the theme for the 1961 Cloverdale Citrus Fair. It was selected at the last Fair Board meeting. The Citrus Fair Board of Directors and Fair Manager Tom Montoya hope the people of Cloverdale will get into he "Old West" spirit and wear clothing appropriate to the theme during the week of the Citrus Fair. Dates for the fair will be February 13-16, 1981. Montoya suggests #oups planning to enter the famed Citrus Feature Exhibits division-with cash prizes ranging up to $1200 for first place--start thinking of ideas for their exhibits. There'U also be a "B" class section for Citrus Feature Exhibits next February. These exhibits will only need 90 dozen citrus fruits; the regular citrus exhibits require a minimum of 125 dozen citrus fruit on a three dimensional structure. Prizes for the "B" class range from $500 to $300. Call the fair office for more information on the citrus feattwe exhibits for '"the Return of the Old West" Citrus Fair next February. 00asbord Lunch Dinner Or Choose From Our Complete Menu We're Open Every Day from 6 a.m.- 9 p.m. Closed Tuesday I the Redwood Smorgette 1 504 N. Cloverdale Blvd. I [ Ray's  CENTER CUT MEA po.x c.ops 1 ] TS  LOIN PORK ROAST 1 [ & Del,ca tessen coumn STYLE PORK SAUSAGE 1 FILLET OF RED SNAPPER 2 ] Very Lean, Nitrate Free Strictly Fresh F,LLn MmNON MONTEREY JACK CHEESE 1 , ............. Sliced or by the Piece " Always Fred Ftsh CALL FOR QUOTES ON LOCKER BEEF Tues., Store Hours: Daily 7:30 am - 6:30 pm Sunday 9 am - 5 pm Cloverdale FOOD CENTER 138 E. First Street 894-2325 Free Delivery Every Dey it 4 pm Prices Effective - August 27 thru August 31 ,,,;, :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ili Remember Sept. 7 49, Lions Club White Cane Days Peaches iiii Pancake Breakfast in the Park !i::i Adults $2 7s Children Sl so Necterines 49000000i!ii ,0,un00 i:i: r00pe, 7900iii,00.00i00i Pepsi Co?,a ' 1" iiil 6 pack 12oz. ntaloupe .4 i! i00,.x * chi:!i Laundry ILIquld Dish " aS 3/8;-ii Detergent. IDetergentl Giant Size $ 79 59 Ibs. 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