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October 22, 1980

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Page 6- Wednesday, October 22, 1980 u t h Washington School Reports By C. L. PAULSON LIBRARY USE Branch 2 of the James H. Hicks Memorial Library, located at Washington School, has been very busy for the first month of school. Librarian Dana Evans reports that some 3,642 books were checked out by 6,817 students during September. Thus far fifty- six classes have visited the library, and most of these have completed a library skills unit which teaches students how to use the card catalog. Each class at Washington pays periodic visits to the library either to choose and check out books or to work on improving reference skills and use of the card catalog. The library is a valuable learning tool at the school, but it can only work it students are responsible about returning the books which they have checked out. Parents can help to keep the library running smoothly by reminding students to return books on time. BASIC RESCUE Last week all seventh and eighth grade students at Washington School viewed the film, "The Breath of Life," which demonstrated the techniques used in mouth to mouth resuscitation. This movie is an important part of the Red Cross "Basic Rescue and Water Safety" course. Mr. Bob Ramage of the Cloverdale Fire Department showed the movie and then in- structed al students in the basic lifesaving technique. Each seventh and eigth grade student was the able to practice what he or she has learned using the adult mannequin "Resci-Anne" and her infant counterpart, both provided by the fire department. This mouth to mouth technique is the emergency procedure when one has stopped breathing. In addition to their session with Mr. Ramage the P.E. students , completed study sheets on mouth to mouth resuscitation and water safety, before the demon- strahon. All students will be tested on this facet of their P. E. course, and if they pass will be eligible for Red Cross certification. We extended a big "thank you" to Mr. Ramage and the Cloverdale Fire Department for their in- valuable assistance. Hauk. Aubrey Richardson, Judy Rodriguez, and Peggy Ball. Individual activities include handball, pad- dleball, tennis, and basketball ---f ee throw contests. Ther'...are also team sports played between homerooms. The volleyball champions of the seventh NOONTIME and eighth grades will be Many exciting activities playing a faculty team after occur during the noon school in the near future. recesses at Washington School. Playground aides GREAT PUMPKIN for the fouth, fifth, and sixth The "Great Pumpkin" grades, AubreyRichardson, decorating contest for Jolene Criter and Jenny fourth, fifth, and sixth Hauk have organized a graders will be held on variety of activities for the Friday morning, October students. Youngsters may 231. Pumpins may be participate in the 50-yard decorated, carved, or dash, basketball free throw carved and decorated. contest, paddleball, bad- Three prizes will be minton, jumprope, hand- awarded in each of the three ball, and tennis. Students in categories at each grade grades 4-6 also receive level. Pumpkins should be points for good behavior in brought to the school the cafeteia. Classes who cafeteria before school on are quiet and well-behaved Friday morning, October during lunch win "stars" 31. Each pumpkin should be which accumulate toward clearly labeled with the extra music time during student's name, room their Friday lunch period, number,and the category The junior high students entered. are also involved in noon- time games under the supervision of aides Jenny t , Robert Montez, 4th Grade K // Sandra Botkin, 7th Grade Curtis Smith, Sth Grade STUDENTS OF THE MONTH School Menu Mr. Frank Rose escorted the September "students el the IBeath" to lunch on October IS, The luncheoa was hestl bY the evening Lions Club. Pictured are Robert Montez and Curt \\; Scholarship deadline Mort., Oct. 27 Tasty Franks FL]uffy Rice Mixed Vegetables Apple Chunks, Raisins & Pineapple Chewie Brownie Pint Milk Ravioli Popeye Salad Apple French Bread Pint Milk Tues., Oct. 29 Wed., Oct. 29 Beef Stew-Vegetables Fruited Jello What Lurks Within the Haunted House? Biscuits Orange Juice Pint Milk Pan BreadjleS Oepper Stick Pears-PruneS Pint Milk Fri., Spooky Speckled SaW Chiller Dillef Franky Bread Bewitching Pint Milk Scholarship applications from high school seniors residing or attending school in PG&E's service area must be postmarked no later than October 31 to qualify for the program, according to Richard A. Draeger, Manager of PG&E's North Bay Division. Completed applications should be sent to: PG&E Scholarship Prograam, Room 1401, 77 Beale Street, San Francisco, California 94106. i P HOTOTWl X E D CONTEST WIN... an Outdoor PORTRAIT SITTING and Framed 5x5" PORTRAIT Just Unscramble these words - DEEP LOVER The answer iS one word only without any punctuation, which relates to photllrap4 W. Rules: First 6 People to call with the correct answer win Prize must apply to a new sit. ring 1 winner per family per ye@r. Must have sitting taken within 30 cloys, Answer and a new Phntotwixed word next week LAST WIEIEK*S ANSWIER TILEPHOTO Winners If 2 Joy St@pheflson ScOtt Gllclt "LJnda Stolz Ester Hoffrnan Jack McKenzle Lorl Reynolds photography mac 894-5389 Studio hours: {1:30 to 4 CIOHI Thur,'vlays only. regional scholarships, two Each of 34 finalists will offices. JUST CHECKING. CHECK/MATE Get the TWO-WAY STRETCH in banking ... the Checking/Savings account that pays interest... The First National Bank OF MENDOCINO COUNTY An Independent Bankshares Corporation Bank/Member FDIC Trust Services through Independent Bankers Trust Company Ukiah Cloverdale Anderson Valley - Gualala NOW Featuring- Prime Rib Fri., Sat., & Sun. Asti Oak RESTAURANT and Dell DINNER SPECIAL  Chicken- $3.95, Ribs- $4.95  THIS WEEK'S WINNERS Dinner for 2- Carey Hubkey, Cloverdale Case of Beer - K. Rizzolo, Geyserville Case of Soda - Steve Jobe, Cloverdale Take Asti Exit off 101, Right at Stop Sign, Right Again on Asti Store Rd. The Lockhorn DINING ROOM Lunch Served 11:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. Dinner Served 5 - 10 p.m. " DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIALS Reservations Welcome 134 N. Cloverdale Blvd. d'-*  894,3224 Dining Room Closed Tuesdays This Space Available Ca I 1 894-3339 Only $5 per week This Space Available Call 894-3339 Only $5 per week H the ungry Hutch SANDWICH SHOP and DELl . Delicious -.... Dell Sandwiches! * Steamed Hot Dogs Beer, Wine, Natural Soft Drinks. 113 N. Cloverdale Blvd. LUNCH * DINNER or Choose from Our Complete We're Open Every Day from 6 a.m" REDWOOD 504 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Closed This Space Available, Call 894-3339 Only f per week This Space Available Call 894-3339 only $5 per week approaches GU X,gwt007?..;e00a00 woSrtzen, sol.rshi scholarships for PG&E receivea$1,0OOscholarship. fo employees' children and Draeger said students mail their applications for awarded after final judging two special recognition may obtain application Pacific Gas and Electric in San Francisco on April scholarships for minority form and information C o m p a n y' s a n n u a I 22. students who have excelled booklets from high school scholarship program. The program includes 13 despite disadvantages, counselors or at local PG&E Dare to Find Out October 7:30 - 10 p.m. 102 Mulberry St. Students - 50 cents (ath Grade & Under) Adults - 75 cents Sponsored by the Cloverdale Pen