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Wednesday, September 3, 1980- Page 5 workshop clubs Geyser Peak produces, soft wine i(ldra. Ralph to Mrs. Planck, by Jo Morse (Mrs. Elmer E.), District Parliamentarian and by of Viola Groves (Mrs. Harley), held a District Historical Land- nineteen marks chairman. The The next event to be an- Park ticipated by all federated Park. club women is the Area A and Tichy and Area B day long seminar Were the which is to be held at the the morning California State University, coffee and Hayward, on Friday, Sep- roils; at tember 26. One of the delicious speakers will be Mrs. DeForest Cutler, president of Club California Federatign of in addition Women's Clubs. ion of g funds 25, the county chambers of cam- Board of merce while an additional a total $167,657 was allocated to Ad- community events in all five to supervisorial districts. of The county "advertising fund" from which the above by allocations were made, is Ad- raised by the transient oc- called cupancy tax, often referred to $77,75 to as the county's "bed tax." Sears Catalog Sales in Cloverdale held a Gift Certificate Drawing last week for those who registered at the store during August 4 to the 23. Winner of a $50 gift certificate was Eva Wagner who lives at KOA at Palomino Lakes. Shown lelt to right are Ed Rutherford and his wife Evie, who are the authorized Sears Catalog Sales Merchants in Cloverdale and winner of the promotion Eva Wagner. Photo by Janice. Geyser Peak Winery, Sonoma County, California, is adding a new wine to its line. Ideal growing conditions at the winery's Kiser Ranch produced perfect grapes for a Soft Johannisherg Riesling. Warm days and cool evenings of the 1979 growing season allowed the grapes to achieve the desired sugar and acid balance for a soft wine. The 1979 Estate Bottled Soft Johennisherg Riesling is 100 percent varietal. It was cold fermented for four weeks and centrifuged to stop fer- mentation at the desired 0.5 percent alcohol. The low alcohol content of this Soft Johannisberg Riesling reveals the distinct varietal character of the grape. This light, fruity wine is best consumed young. Geyser Peak produced a total of 1210 cases of the 1979 Soft Johannisber2 Rieslin. It is sold at the winery for $5 per bottle. Calendar of Events II I - I I I I I j Wednesday, $eF4ember 3 Cloverdale Grange at Grange HaU, 7 p.m. Women's Improvement Club at Cloverdale Library, 1 p.m. Knights of Columbus at Parish Hall, 8 p.m. Planning Commission at City Hall, 8 p.m. VFW Bingo at Veterans Memorial, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, 8eptmber 4 Business & Professional Women at Briarwood, 8 p.mm. Cloverdale Lions Club at The Encore, 7:20 p.m. Cloverdale Rotary at Papa John's, 12:15 p.m. Alanon at St. Peter's Church, 8 p.m. Monday, September 8 Chamber of Commerce Board at Tourist cener, 8 p.m. Cloverdale Fire Dept. at Fire Hall, 7:30 p.m. Sqnar Dance at Jefferson School, 7 p.m. Citrus Fair Assn. Directors, Citrus Fair, 8 p.m. Cloverdale Historical Society at Jefferson Scool, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, September 9 Century Lions at Grange Hall, 7 a.m. Art Commission Work Shop at 213 Main Street, 7 p.m. Rebekah Lodge at Grange Hall, 8 p.m. Druids at Druids Hall, 8 p.mm. City Council at City Hall, 8 p.m. tions scheduled at SRJC ltaU Junior Arts will hold  three fall "Bullshot of the of the Wycherley's Country ltarvey Sch- favorite, early in "Bullshot byDr. Will he held Thursday, at 7 p.m. in The lic Schools 8 through cast includes two women and three to six men. The director urges those auditioning to ppepare a monologue from a British comedy, but readings from the script will suffice. The play will open on October 16 for a two-week run. Bill Harrison, director of "The Country Wife," will held auditions on Monday aad Tuesday, September 8 and 9, at 7 p.m. in Room 224, Bur- bank. Major parts include seven men, seven women, a boy and some extras. Readings will he from the script, and the director ...... :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: gton School iii! ii::i Reports iiii of the curriculum for his or her subject in individual small group meeetings with parents. On Thursday, September two II, the 4th, 5th and 6th grades nights, will he holding their "Back to School" night. The evening will host will begin at 7 p.m. Mter a on Wed- general meetiing in the I0 from 7 cafeteria, each grade level will give a 30 minute ton curriculum outline. With 7p.m. for three grade level ex- of new planations parents having Otline of the more than one child at the 4-6 Each level will he able to meet with an outline all involved teachers. recommends familiarization of the script prior to the auditions. Playdates are early in November. Auditions for "The Fan- tasticks," directed by Joan-lee Woehler-LaSalle, will also he held on Sep- tember 8 and 9 in Burbank Auditorium at 7 p.m. Please bring sheet music in your key (the piarjist will not tran- spose). Again, readings will be from the script. The show will run the first two weekends of December. Harvest Hoedown promises to be fun Old-fashioned fun for the entire family is promised by the fourth annual Healdsburg Harvest Hoedown, sponsored by the Healdsburg Chamber of Commerce. As in the past, this year's Hoedown will be held in the downtown Plaza, and the date and time will he Saturday, October 18, from noon until 5 p.m. There will be many booths featuring arts and crafts, home prepared foods, fresh produce and other harvest items. As in the past, there will be hayrides and balloons for the The staff at Washington School is looking forward to making this the best "Back to School" night yet. We en- courage all parents to attend this and all school activities throughout the coming year. 1980, and 07476, 80-08757 and 80-09098. proximately $I0,000 worth of sexual items from the house. the The Sonoma County law Taken in the burglary was enforcement agencies are an RCA television set, Model at Sony, investigating a residential No. x-100, sterling silver Glenbrock burglary which occurred jewelry, 14K and 18K gold Rosa. All during the evening hours on jewelry, 15 and 20 pairs of believed to Sunday, August 24, 1980. earrings, a Smith-Corona by the typewr,er an0 several military decorations in- lvscribed as The home is located in the cluding purple heart and 9000 block of Bennett Valley silver crusader crosses. '6" Road in Glen Ellen. The Anyone having information With short suspects gained entry by about this crime is asked to to a prying open a rear door. contact Sergeant Bob Nelson is They then ransacked all of of the Sonoma County burn the rooms of the residence, Sheriff's Office at 527-2202, or of his used a pillow case taken off of call the toll free WeTip in all a bed and removed ap- number at 800-472-7785. worn a Commission on Aging to hold meeting Sept. 4 color. gray Levi assaults, black The 25 member California The Commission on Aging will body odoi" hold its monthly meeting in and Santa Rosa on September 4. has told The meeting will be held from considers 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the his job Santa Rosa Senior Center, 704 Bennett Avenue. any in- to the As the" principal advocate in the body for older persons in to call California," the Commission :100.472-7785 is required by law to hold Larry monthly meetings, six of lgcna which must be outside at ?07-52S- Sacramento. No. 80- From 9:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. on September 4, The Commission will hold its regular business meeting. Items for discussion will include a report from the Commission's committees, an updating concerning ef- forts around the state in preparation for the 1981 State House and White House Conferences on Aging, and a progress report on developing a California version of the Silver-Haired Legislature. a concept which has proved successful in eight other states. young and young-at-heart, and some new surprises are anticipated for the children. The live entertainment will be continuous and exciting. Among the many presen- tations will be musical groups featuring country western and blue grass music, a short melodrama, and a grape stomp. Can you think of a better way to spend a Saturday afternoon? Mark your calendars now and plan to be there. For additional in- formation call the Chamber of Commerce, 433-6935. 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