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October 22, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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Page 4 - Wednesday, October 22, 1980 " Life p. " . By NANCY BURRES gemens, beautiful .= I toleware, hand-sewn ar- The Cloverdale Art ticles, and original crafts, these delicioUS Commission will be having etc. The year's show and sell quickly!  their third Christmas Show sale promises even more of some and fr_.. and Sale again this year. It the same. It will be even the holidays, if : x  Tasting, will be held on Saturday, bigger and better with more to eat them? ._ L |@ November 15, 10 a.m. to 5 artists and craft people earned from  | i p.m. at the Citrus Fair's participating, go towardthe • , Carving, Tea Room. Last year's sale the studio- 1 • was a success and fun for all Like last year, the Art Main" Street / k r Peeling who attended. The par, Commission will feature a Street.  • Guest speaker at the Century Lions Club breakfast last Tuesday was Sonoma County Judge James Jones, center. Present for the occasion, left to right: Bernie Day, Bob • ticipating local artists special table with winners at equally enjoyed them- homemade baked goods, The Art Co the Baha selves. They sold their jams, etc. There will be that you ated . . handmade toys, stuffed homemade cookies, cup- calendar so yI0i-the bit to s Chrtstmas cakes nut breads, fresh this fun even["F,-- - :>onoma L.aunTy y , " , - :'L.,I-ao Ba; _ • decorations, handcrafted baked bread, Christmas for more mthe first o ceramics ori inal ain cookies, cakes, pies, etc Nancy Burres. tW'bv r' Harvest Fair . '- og • P, " The -oodles on this tabie the ristr-u ."" Hngs, colorlut ]ewetry, $ . , -u m Winners in participation f 1- "pecial treat and :le. d w..as_, h, events at the 1980 Sonoma " Julian Wri County Harvest Fair in   • Santa Rosa were announced the pumpkin carving Hills Apple Ranch, Rosa, a first; J.  I˘tainiv this week. Nearly 1500 contest with Andy and Bill Sebastopol, a first; Belle Santa Rosa,  persons attended the two Campbell, San Mateo, Terre, Healdsburg, a first; day event, a 47 percent second, and Loni Bonnici, increase over last year. Santa Rosa, third. Judges Best wine type judges from were Holly Nelson and Gaye among fairgoers was the LeBaron, Santa Rosa; team of Leslie Claire and Eileen Dunbar, Mountain Hutchens, Jim Wiimarth_lgd Rutherford, Steve Congdon, Dale Peterson, and Bud Beale. Standing back is Don Smalley. Photo by Janke. Senior vice President of First National Bank named Raymond Banta has been named Senior Vice President and Cashier of The First National Bank of Mendocino County, according to an an- houncement by Jordan Dell'Era, President. Banta, formerly a vice president of an affiliate bank, Bank of Marin, assumed his new duties September 25. ,, Banta is a graduate of Chico State College and San Francisco State University, where he received his MBA in Finance and Accounting. He joined Bank of Marin in 1971 as Auditor and was named Cashier and Per- sonnel Administrator in 1973 and served in that position until 1978. Since that time he has held ,various ad- ministrative positions. He was promoted to Vice President in 1977. Banta has served as Director of the Golden Gate Chapter of the Bank Ad- ministration Institute (BAI), Director of the Matin County UMCA and as a volunteer in the Junior Achievement and United Way programs. The First National Bank of Mendocino County and Bank of Marin are sub- sidiaries of Independent Bankshares, a multi-bank holding company which also includes Bank of Sonoma County, Bank of Lake County, Gold Country Bank and Independent Bankers Trust Company. The main office of The First National Bank of Mendocino is located in UkiBh with ad- ministrative headquarters in Cloverdale andother offices of the bank in Gualala and Anderson i, Valley. ¶ The monthly Grange Card jParty is scheduled for Saturday, October 25, at 8 p.m. at the Grange Hall in , Cloverdale. There wiU be a door prize and other prizes. Refre- ments will-be served. , Donation is.S!. i Duplicate "Bridge Scores !]st: Margaret Weaver & Bette Murphy tied 1 & 2 !Lynn Hoelbl & Eleanor Phillips. . ,! 3 - Katherine Baxter & Bill Forester - East West 1 - George Hunter & Jack Myers 2 - Marge fllfff - Dose Durfee 3 - Jim Peterson - Earl Conaway. Cal-Farm[ !Fights Inflation Reduces Rates for Homeowners & Farmowners : Insurance Call Me For a Quote Raymond Banta ANDERSON* ,. ojT00 I VALLEY . '"" EQUIPMENT • Celebrates "1st Anniversary" I. CLOVERDALE DISCOUNT TOOL Dan Gustafson, Santa Rosa, who guessed correctly 9 out of 12 wines. Second was Anna Munz, San Francisco. Fairgoers who voted on their favorite scarecrow awarded the sweepstakes to Jennifer JcClelland, Petaluma; second to Janice Burns, Cotati, and third to Kristine Paul, Sebastopol. The scarecrow contest was new this year, as was the pumpkin carving. Peter and Doug Cole, Woodland, California, won ATLA @mstrong 1st Prize -- Valued at $1,250. 50 sq. yds. ATLAS Tamara in Tampco, plus 5/8' rebound pad - installed. 2nd Fff'ize -- Valued at $1,100 52 sq yds. ATLAS Rapture in Coffee Bean• plus 5/8" rebound pad - installed 3rd Prize -- Valued at $900. 52 sq yds. ATLAS Geptle Breeze in Amber Glow, plus 5/8" robound pad - installed. 4th Prize  Valuct at $540. 20 sq. yds. ARMSTRONG Designer Solar- ion in your choice of pattern - installed. 5th Prize -- Valued at $200. 8 sq yds. BISCAYNE Vnyl floor with ! --'- II I SWIVH BASE MNCII VBI 40 I.  SET *30" $ " I I I ' • 9th Prize . j $75. merchandise certificate towards the : purchase of $500. or more at AFI $50. merchandise certificate towards the I -/,- I purchase of $500. or more at AFI  lilli i ! .A,i DIE GItlNDI[II J Register Today! II choice of pattern and color - installed. 6th Prize -- Valued at $200. 3 in your home consultations with Interior Designer Alice Magone. 7th Prize -- Valued at ,over $400. Decorator accessories for the home - to be given away individually - Delft Ginger Jar, Lamp and Vase, Throw Pillows. Brass Tray, Brass Peacocks and more. 8th Prize $100. merchandise certificate towards the purchase of $500. or more at AFI Entry forms are only available at the AFI Showroom at 70 West North Street. Healdsburg. Registration must be filled out and deposited in person at AFI. You must be 18 years or older, no purchase neces- sary..limit one entry per person, per family Draw,rig to be held Saturday October 25th and officiated by Mayor of Healdsburg - Robert Haviland. Employees of AFI and their families are not eljible IIIIIIII I Carpet, Remnants & Vinyl IIIIIIII 25% Off Sale! Save on new carpet or vinyl flooring for your home. All carpet and Vinyl flooring is 25% off from now to Thanksgiving on in stock merchandise and custom orders. Come in and save big on ARMSTRONG• BISCAYNE ATLAS. HOLLYTEX. WALTERS. and more quality floor coverings. Lon Resident Agent CUMMINS NEAVY DUTY IAN9 SAW ................. m .n  m I|'JNP ! 2 $1'BD BIBKII  HIU,  ............... m  s  $2211 t "01mP0Wlm rdlumm €' ................... ,e . [,, $Sg.gS H SIR WITII:7 MKlS, S ................ m. u,.o s ,,t $1S I 1 H  H  ............ . ut [ a  10 i CAL-FARM INSURANCE COMPANY View ; and Lorraine Linowski, Sebastopol. In an apple peeling contest, in which eight males and two females entered, Tim Bonnici, Santa Rosa, won with a 49 inch peel, followed by A. Wechlo, Santa Rosa, and Doug Cole. The following were sweepstakes winners: C.N. Imwalle, Santa Rosa, three firsts, a second and a third; Alitha Caldwell, Sebastopol, two firsts; Bob Wycoff, Santa Rosa, a first; Twin Chanticleer I Sebastopol, a_ A$ Lawrence Smith; third;andV - r'l/ Geyserville, a first; Joan Rosa, a secol; , 00i'4 Henricksen, Petaluma , a first; Joan Shaw, Santa ContM'lff  .e " Dr. Edward F. Johnson C • Personal Injury . Full Spine • Insurance Cases = Phisin • Workmen's Comp. * Applied • Medicare = Nutrition 109 $. Main St., Cloverdale For Appointment Call 894-3608 Office Hours: Mon.-Fri 9-6 Santa IIW EGUIPMENT & TRUCKS CONTRACTOR'S EUIP. & SUPPLY $5,000 i00o, GRAND OPENING CARPET LOCATED M: 21113 HWY. 101 CLOVERDAUE, CA. 894-2545 CONSIMENlrS ACCEPTED U;HAUL DEALER The Associated Floor Installers' $5,000 Opening Giveaway Starts this Saturday "AFI -- first quality in luxury and service." Mark Davis owner of AFI in Healdsburg invites you to come see their new showroom and discuss your floor covering needs. AFI offers the widest selection of quality and luxury carpet, vinyl and hardwood floor coverings in the county. In the photo Mad  Magone and Ron AFI stand amidsl luxurious Carpet I 1 be awarded. Ref  will be served dul' Grand Opening  Oct. 18th thru L " EXCLUSIVE DECORATOR I Alice Magone of Interiors of Healdsburg, joins Mark Davis in the Grand Opening Celebration. Alice has created ! decorating dination of home Associated 70 West North St. Contr. Roor Healdsburg Installers 433-9449 HeatdsDurg Ave to Santa Rosa