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Page 8 - Wednesday, August 27, 1980 Golf Notes By CECIL SMITH Results of last Tuesday's Couples Doubles are as follows: Los gross: Elmer Rogers-Verna BidweU sg. Low net- Gene Rnge-Onita Pellegrini, 28. High gross: Frank Turpin-Ann Ingrain, 60. Others were Jerry Barbiery- Bill Cooper, 28%. Lil Peterson-Bob whitham (what's he doing in here. He is one of the pros), 30. Rena Philllps-Glen Davis, 31. Theresa Boucher-Rollo Bandiera tied Mary Larsen-Art Rosen, 31%. Anita Mulgrew-Cliff Peterson, Fritz Kemledy-Earl Oshorn, Ollie Bandiera-Frenchy Boucher, all tied at 32. Bea S]oan- Dick RanR, 32V4. Dorren and Ken Venable 32. Evelyn Rutherford-Cecil Smith, Edith Tm'pin-Jolm Ingram, Ann Woltzen-Nels Beason all tied at 36%. May Belle Ccoper-Zip Barbiers, 34. Evelyn Iverson-Stacy Belli, Beulah McCaffery- Ralph Kauer, Sally Davis-Major Phillips tied at 34//4. Naomi Peterson-Bill Mulgrew, Mary Smith-Ed Rutherford tied at 35. Edith Turpin-John Ingrain, 36%. In all, 46 players showed up to play, including one pro. Actually, I am just kidding. Sometimes we are short a part- ner due to illness or something and the word is to show up and we will find a playe for you. So it was real nice of Bob to take time to complete a foursome after working all day on the course. Aslo hs partner could be kind of lucky. She could pick up some pointers and in fact, have a playing lesson! For free, yet The big surprize of the evening was, just as we Were xetting down to eat, Ken and Doreen Venable drove up with two huge trays of fried chicken from their place of business downtown, the "Attic Crcle." Boy, I'll tell you, old Colonel Sanders is going to be out of a job one of these days as Venable's chicken is GOOD! And all out of the kindness of their hearts! I will say again, it is worth the trip to play in these things just to get to eat the food these people provide including all the pot luck dishes they bring. Everyone tries tooutdo the other, it seems. While I am dwelling on the food served a the Club House, I am eminded the for some time we have be washing our carts down ehind the Club House and even at the fountain in front of the barbecue tables and grounds. We have been told " , by relia le sources that from now on, all cart washing will be done at the maintenance shed down by ntunler four tee and fairway. This is as it should be, since there ik always a Io of Junk tlm collects in our carts, plus the old grease and acids from the batteries, to clutter Ap the area. Also, it could in- terfere with the play on number ni e hole, especially the putting. Next big Tournament coming up will e the Club Cham- ...... ........, ,.i 4 The Encore men's softball team were the winners in Thur- sday night's game at the City Park with a victory over Chem West of 10-9. Members of the winning team, left to right, front pionship. Get ready for the big one! See you all up the crick , aways. I cannot bring myself to attempt a bit of buffoonery today, l just got my PG&E bill. Sob! Men's Softball Bowling Scores Marcy Mires Dave Crayford THUR. MORN BETTER HALF Final Standings Whittaker, Naiman & Beebe 42 18 Damon, Stoiz & Peterson 39% 20z Jojola, Brown & Spelbring 28% 311t2 Groom, McGahey & Snellgrove 28 32 Stuber, Stuber & Martian 25 35 Alliston, Carlon & MON. MIXED FOURS River Rats 36 20 Garrett Log 34 22 Ricarol 2 36 23 Ricarol 1 24 32 B.S.& Co. 23 33 The Kirks 18 38 Ken Mabery, 254-619; Rob Wakeman, l-614; Janice Gaylor, 166-476. TUE. ADULT JR. TRIO Final Standings Wirts & Keyes 35 25 Omse & Nalmans 32 28 Goodman, Wilson & Vail 32 28 Ball, Vail & Vail 31 29 Sumpter, Martin & Ramos * The Conrads League Awards: High hdop game DOn Chase, 235-32- -267. High hdep series Dang Goodman, 544-150--694. WED. SCRATCH FOURS Winaer of play-off wPick's Drive-In: Bernie Day Dianne Vail Jim Manion Spencer Vail second place: Pardini's Body Shop: Willie Baker F. Gokan Tuesday night's first game is Geyser Peak and Dante. After 7 innings of play Dante wins with a score of 6-3. Dante getting 10 hits and 6 runs to Geyser Peaks 3 runs on 9 hits. Hitting for Dante: Hamner 3x4, Holt 2x3, Bunce 2x4, Garace, Pankey, Rege, each one hit. For Geyser Peak: Kramcr 2x3, Black- burn 2x4, Gokan 2x4, Pigoni, LaRue, Livers, each one hit. Second game was a forfeit by Encore which gave Auto Marincic 17 43 Carolee Peterson, 233-600 THUR. FUN LEAGUE Final Standings Valenzuela & Marley 36 24 Vaughan & Barney 35 24 TFour Seeds 33 27 Vaughan & Johnston 29 21 Hayer & Menicucci 25 35 Trays Team 21 39 Jim Campbell, 256-640; Wally Vahan, 247-635; Gloria Stryker, 218-588. Don't Forget winter league starts SepC 8. Pacific Telephone announces 23 new business numbers Effective Monday, August 25, Pacific Telephone business customers will have new numbers to call. Pacific Telephone Manager Dan Hammalian announced that business customers with questions about their telephone bills should dial toll free 545-5500. "Business customers wishing to order new telephone service or change existing service call Our way:. VISA" 'tO00 ].E3 5Sb 18q toll free 546-7700," he said. The business hours are 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. The number change affects Pacific Telephone's business customers in Sonoma County, except the Sonoma valley area, according to Ham- malian. Pacific Telephone's residence customers are not affected by the change. We have something other VISA cards .don't have: It's called "The 1% Advantage',' and it's a very handy way to use your savings account as a line of credit. No Annual Fee. On tle other hand, those cards have some- thing we don't have: an annual fee. Come talk to us aboutVISA. Our way. Financial SavinGs Nodtmm00 Alcon to the  family. 103 Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale, 894-3301 ono   yots tmmoom  tl. ,=! Parts another win. Wednesday night's first game gives Grapevine a 8-3 victory over Chem West. Hitting for Grapevine: Vesper 3x5, F. Davis 2x3, R. Davis 2x2, Kemp, Schmitz, Yanglin, Borgna, Wirt, Demattei each one hit. For Chem West: Gruber 2x3, Mooney, Leavitt, Bald, Wigett, McCullouRh, Cat- terson, Whittaker, each one hit. Second game Wed. is 1.T. row: Officer Jim Manion, Officer Larry Pina, St. Art Cerini, and Police Chief Rod Persons. Back row: Lt. Rob Daily, Mike Wlodarczyk and Blake Ridgway. Photo by Jantce. and Rolando. I.T. winning with .a 6-2 score wirflTing pitcher I.,ovato, losing pitcher Waller. Hitting for I.T.: Daunch 2x3, Gina Jojola 2x3, Tellez, Spelbring, B. Jojola, each ne hit. For Rolando: Waller 2x2, Evans 2x3, Schuller 2x3, Thieman one hit. Thrusday night's Endore defeated Chem West 10-9. Wlodarczyk winning pitcher, Mooney losing pitcher. Hitting for Encore: Cerini 2x3, Wlodarczyk 2x4, Manion, Thrash, Persons, Ridgway, each one hit. For Chem West: Wigit 2)(2, Leavitt 2)(4, Catterson, N. Mooney each one hit. Second game Perrys over Geyse Peak 20-8 in 5 inning game. Hitting for Perrys: Dale 3x4, Bundesen 3x4, Bogue, Aimo, Olson each one hit. For Geyser Peak: Gokan 2x3, Pigoni 2x3, Johnson, Dannan, LaRue, Blackburn each one hit. Destruction Der00 slated for Labor Labor Day, September I, derby, serving the 6th Annual Destruction Bar-B-Que at Derby beginning at 1:30 is Grove from sponsored by the Santa Rosa complete Police Association. Located person. at the Sonoma Fairgrounds' athletes with Chris Beck Arena with thirty and lodging at drivers currently registered Olympics in and more are expected. The Admission $4 adults, $3 ages Olympics 17-8, free ages 7 and under, mentally ret Sonoma County Special in themselveS. Olympics will follow the what it's all Fair to goo: 'r,sn prospects Fair to good fishing been fair, has prospects are expected at most areas a most Northern California to poor. lakes and streams this Lake weekend, PG&E Stream to be one of the Scouts report, wth good r, Host areas are dry and the Canyon Rese fire hazard is high. Lake are Fishermen should exercise prospects. extreme caution with fires. Here are some Northern Lake California weekedn picks by South Fork o the PG&E Stream Scouts: likely will offer The Eel River below Van fishing this w Arsdale Reservois has and South B returned to normal after considered fair. completion of fisheries Beegum studies and the angling likely warm with will be fair. poor to fair. The Sacramento River is The North running low and the fishing Feather River has been good. 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