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HIGH SCHOOL' SCHEDULE 1980 SCHL PLACE Tomales Away. Healdsburg Away Calistoga Here Willits Away LEAGUE GAMES St. Helena Away Lower Lake Here Vflits Here Ft. Brngg Here Clearlake Away J.V. noon Var. 2 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. =tart hour after JV game ends Gerald Huot 804-2538 894-3179 HIGH SCHOOL SCHEDULE IN0 SCHOOL PLACE TIME El Molino (Scrimnge) There 4:o0 Ukiah There 4: o0 Tomales Here 4: o0 Ursuline There 4: o0 Here 4: o0 St. Helena There 5:30 Lower l=ke Here 5:30 Clearlake There 5: 30 WUlits There 5: 30 Fort Bragg Here 5:30 St. Helena Here 5:30 Lower Lake There 5:30 Cloarlake Here 5: 30 W'I/ts Here 5:30 Fort Brai There 5:30 CLOVERDALE HIGH SCHOOL CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE 1980 DATE SCHOOL S PLACE TIME Sept. 27, Sat. Trogan Fun Fun Lower Lake l0 a.m. Oct. 1, Wed. Calistoga, St. St. Vincent 4 p.m. Helena, Tomales, Cloverdale, St. Vincent Oct. 8, Wed. Wfllits, Clearlake, Calistoga 4 p.m. Cloverdale, Calistoga Oct. 15, Wed. Ft. Bragg Jr. Hi, Ft. Bragg 4 p.m. Lower Lake, Cloverdale, Ft. Bragg Oct. 18, Sat. COUGAR IC Upperlake I0 a.m Oct. 22, Wed. St. Vincent, Upperlake 4 p.m. Kelseyville, Cloverdale, Upperlake Oct. 29, Wed. Lower Lake, St. St. Helena 4 p.m. Vincent, Tomales, Calistoga, Cloverdale, St. Helena Nov. 8, Sat. NCL LEAGUE Clearlake Nov. 15, Sat. NCS SECTION A MEET Nov. 22, Sat. MEET OF CHAMPIONS COACH: Herb Nunn School Phone: 894-2538 TBA egg to 4, a of "egg giv by at the Eistorical used in qlPma  well as the Servian egg, of the al renewal ass and for nmny color- hr- and s. were usins wLUhe to 3 pjn. Citrus is be m people the -Eight year old Ray Crumb won the AME Moto-Cross Sanction Race held recently at Sprueket Park in Bakersfield. He is shown with the 25 trophies lie's won to date. Photo by Janiee. ppenings 4-H to mler. ltam at 7:30 8eh. by Derek Diane the new Kate and Tittm report. Judy last and were their place wood- at the Fair. leader wu presented with a five-year leaders' pin and certificate. Mrs. Dorace Mathis received a first year leaders'pin. Rhonda Saulter gave a report on the liarvest Fair. Diane Ramos gave a report on her leaders trip to UC Davistast August. Frances Domenichelli was ptesmted a beautiful plant in appreciation fbr hr if! work as community leader last year; accepting for her !"!i Jack Vomch. !]]! Mr. Orville Burnside :!:i talked about Forestry and !i! Wildlife, and asked if :::: anyene would like to join either project. H you are interested contact Judy Saulter ur Orville Burnside. Mrs. Richards graciously volunteered to be a macrame project leader. She is also the sewing leader. A vice president was elected. Filling that vacancy is SUtcy Caldweil. Congratulations, Stacy! Julie Borgna explained about the 4-H books and what is involved in out the book. In June each 4- member is responsible to fill out such a book in order to receive credit for he year's work. If a book is po. t completed, no credit is g/yen to the 4-Her for their work. There is still time to sign- up. Don't forget, we have some new projects available so, join today! .::::!::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Fourth Annual JV carwash :i:i :':" The Cloverdale High temn putson their ear wash iii School JV football team will to help pay expenses. Alli!ii i!!!be holding their annual proceedsgo directly to thei:i: i!!!earwash this Saturday, JV football fund. Ticketsii!! iiiSeptemher 27, from l0 a.m. will he sold this week by!!i:: iiii to l p.m. at the High School. members of the JV footballiiii iili Cost is $1 per ear. team. Atl contributions will!i iiii Each year the .JV football he greaUy apprediated. :!: ':': I*/ :;%-.........-..../.-.-../...-....../.......-................/.-/.-................/........ -.....,.-j;...;,;...;.;.;.>;.;...;.;.;.;.;.;.;/.;.:.;;" Wednesday, September 24, 1980 - Paqe7 New youth ministry coordinator for St. Peter's Church Jim Byrne, who's Church. I want all young recently been employed as a people to feel flee to come Youth Ministery Coor- and talk to me. rm a good dinator for St. Peter's listener and am here to Church, through the efforts listen and try to help. I of Father Henry, is a fine- can't take away their looking young man with a struggle, but I can let them nice friendly smile, know we at St. Peter's Parrish care and support them." He is a graduate of Cardinal Newman High School in Santa Rosa and the University of Santa Clara with a Bachelor of Science degree in Math and a secondary teachers degree. Byrne comes to Cloverdale from Fort Bragg, where he was also employed as a Youth Minister. "I think young people are important and often they don't have that same feeling about themselves," Byrne said. "Most people have a lot of talent and gifts to share. They nd to know they are not alone in the problems they may be going through as young people." "I'm here for them and plan to set up some 'drop-in' hours at my office at the Byrne's background in- cludes being Coordinator of Youth Ministry at Our Lady of Good Counsel in Fort Bragg, one year as a school teacher in Santa Rosa at St. Rose's Church, and three years at Queen of Apostles. The new Youth Coor- dinator said he likes it in Cloverdale and is happy to be closer to his family and friends. Seeing a need for young people of the Parrish, Jim applied to the Diocese of Santa Rosa and requested the position of Youth Ministry Coordinator. He said, "My role isn't to compete with existing programs, but to fill in some of the needs in youth adm- ministration." Jim Byrne, Youth Ministry Coordinator. Ray's M AT$00 & Delicatessen. Smoked HAM SHANKS Low Fat LAPPI CHEESE 1 29 lb. 2 29 lb. CALL FOR QUOTES ON LOCKER BEEF Boneless Brisket CORNED BEEF Homemade 1 9, lb. BEGINNING THISWEEK WE WILL HAVE MILK FEDVEAL Pale Pink in Color and Delicious! Boneless CHOCK ROAST 1 98 lb. Always Fresh Fish Tues., Wed. & Thurl. Cloverdale FOOD CENTER 138 E. First Street 894-2325 Daily 7:0 am - 6:30 pm Store Hours: Sunday 9 am - 5 pm Free Delivery Every Day at 4 pm Prices Effective. Sept. 24 thru Sept. 28 :.:.: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Solid Head Lettuce 3,00V1 Cucumbers Ce00er00 3500.!ii! ClipTop Carrots -: iiil ,cchini ,uash Lemons I DR. PEPPER lS9 Northern T,0ssu00 99' Kraft MAC & iilii CHEESE 21[ ,v. oz. 3/lOO .--.- 39,b ii! i Large Nectarines '!:i Bananas, 3,00VlOO Washington Golden Apptes Washington Red Russet Buddig SLICED MEATS Apple= All Varieties z 49 3 11 oo Potatoes lOIb Bag Cantaloupe 39. Honey Dew Melons 49[ s,ess Grapes Large Jumbo Peaches Mushrooms 1'