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September 17, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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with winning Tom the blue Photo by a record on motel Counties the of $229, REA ?"+++%+ i Lois Morse won a first place blue ribbon for the best canned pumpkin pie. Photo by Janice. Cloverdale Harvest- Energy Fair draws rnoderafe crowd Fair Manager Tom Mon- toya reports most fairgoers were pleased with the growth and quality of the Energy and Harvest Fair last weekend. Two new feature exhibitors, the Cloverdale Christian Pre-School and Grange joined the Rotary and A.A.R.P. m presenting four very nice feature exhibits with an array of locally grown vegetables and fruits. Little Grant Rose of Cloverdale seems delighted with his puny ride. Photo by Bob Trusler. Bernice Bryant, a three-year  , won aga kn this year-lst place, best pie ward for her fresh pumpkin pie. Tom Mon- toya presents her with her blue ribbon. Photo by Janice. Sonoma County Harvest FueI-A-Hol victims receive restitution cities on cautious before deciding Wednesday, September 17, 1980- Page 3 What would a fair be without cotton candy? 8heri Riue and Michael Green certainly seem to be enjoying theirs. Photo by Janice. Historical Society flea market slated for Oct 4 A flea market sponsored by the Cloverdale Historical Society will be held on Oc- tober 4 at the Citrus Fairgrounds from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The market will offer a large variety of merchandise which will include antiques, books, arts and crafts, ceramics, jewelry, glasswares, and household items. There will be tO,monstrations on the art of I1on, Fair wine winners to be that in- over he the he and her and and a Ibythe announced at gala Announcement of winners in the prestigious Sonoma County Harvest Fair wine judging will be the highlight of a buffet and tasting of nearly I00 premium wines at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sep- tember 27, at the Hall of Flowers, Santa Rosa fiargrounds. Presented by the Harvest Fair board of directors in conjunction with Rose 12, a new county organization, Audrey Sterling, Sebastopol, is chairman of the gala. Nearly 50 wineries are participating this year with 334 wines entered. This is a jump from 1979 when 36 wineries were represented. This is the fnt year a buffet will include cheese and pate, tempura, teriyaki and fruits. Donation is the same as last year, $10 per person. Proceeds will go to the Sonoma County Arts Council. Rose 12 plans to aid various county cultural organizations in other years according to Nina Arrabit, Santa Rosa, liaison between the Harvest Fair board and the group. Chairman of Rose 12 is Carolyn Hulen, Santa Rosa. Other members include Santa Rosans: Karen An- derson, Sheri Anderson Judy Benefield, Sherry Doran. Cappie Garret, Karen Hanahan, Bernita Hostetter, Cheryl Johnston, Peggy Price and Daphne SMITH. Tickets are available at the administration building at the fairgrounds Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. with attendance limited to 800. The Harvest Fair will be the following weekend, Oct. 4 and 5, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Entry is $1 for adults, 50 cents for children. Gene L. Tunney, District Attorney, Sonoma County announced today hat through the efforts of the Consumer Fraud Division of his office, members of the community who fell victim to the Fuel-A-Hol scheme have received restitutionfor their losses. The recovery was either substantial or total restitutionof their investment capital. Through the action of the District Attorney's Office, approximately $8,000 of in- vestor's money was recovered. Over 250 citizens of the community who in- vested iv this venture have been reimbursed. No one received less than 75 percent o their original investment. Tunney stated, "I am delighted that this office was 00asbord ailli on to Ithe same )od Em- gateway" ! 8 Percent 'Y it was m, .E^ + * Lunch Dinner m.,m of the " s visitor nd t ifttrcentabe I Redwood Smorgette I k |tekening 504 N. Cloverdale Blvd. ea. man t a I to the  ttl said, y_ I A OPENING i motl'lldmst 1  Sept'_12"'80 I  m t and  'i  Lunch&  H Dinner ?erred 5-10 p.m. II I tl'l +_ +t Your Hosts-Earl & El" Hall II +t II DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIALS II |iII rs are :!l llreu,e + tl r) Dining Room II/, k,.  enior  II  Dosed tl l ;,  the tH - __  0"'- TueshlYS !l t,,J ! each ,s Valley l u------Lockhorn Dining Room -- G ...... ?_v+- +""+' t !: "?f . +: :-+:i::++. - __ . ,:. +-- +.:.7:,.++: + 11 RESTAURANT It of Wine  T O0 OFF  U with this ad DINNER n FREE DRAWING [ ]st Prize - Dinner for two _.  2rid Prize-Ca,eof Beer 1 I . ..+..v,.,. + "lrl  i'ght at Stop Sign,  ain on Asti Store Rd. " - ........... 894-2856 as successful as it was in recovering the monies in- vested by members of our community in the Fuel-A-Hol scheme. Hopefully, all members of the community willin the future be more invest in any promotion. Ig decorating and of making ' strongly urge potential in-ads of copper enamel with vestors to contact this office rcelain. if theyhave any questions orAdmission is free. Smcks doubts about the legality Ofll be available throughout: any proposed investment."., day. For information, call the Society at 89t-3495. has started again in CIoverdale CLOVERDALE CITRUS FAIRGROUNDS Tuesday & Thursday 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. Wear comfortable clothing, bring a mat or towel. Join anytime For information call Rebecca O'Gorman ?n S'l'en . (707) 942- 54417 $3 per class or $16 per too. (8 classes) r-c Lov00 MAKES HISTORY TOMORROW N IGHT. I Enjoy a FREE program about our upcoming history book ,, entitled HISTORY OF CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA THEN AND NOW" Scc old Clovcrdale photos Guest pcakcr from publisher Slide show Open house Questions and answers Free"+" refreshments EVERYONE INVITED! Thursday, September 18, 7:00 P.M., in the Trophy Room of the Veterans Building, 205 West Ist Street, Cloverdale, CA This program is sponsored b v C:r,O00Z00Xt.Z mS.alex:t. SOCIZ00 in (on/nn(ti)n with