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November 19, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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November 19, 1980

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Page 6 - Wednesday, November 19, 1980 A Turkey shoot planned The North Coast Chapter, Associated California Loggers, is hosting a turkey shoot for all members of the statewide logging organization on Saturday, December 6, at 10 a.m., at the Eel River Trap & Gun Clug in Fortuna. Rob Renner, chairman of the ACL chapter, noted that regular, associate and chapter associate members of the group are invited to participate. Trophies will be awarded to the high point team for each chapter, as well as to top individual shooters. A complimentary lunch and a get-together in the evening after the shoot are planned, Penner added. ACL members interested in participating should contact Renner at 707-786- 9600, or the statewide organization's Sacramento officel 91441-7940 to make reservations. Toxic shellfish warning The Sonoma County It is NOT known if Public Health Department significant toxin exists in has been notified by the Sonoma Coast shellfish at State Department of Health this time. Until laboratory Services that mussels from tests can be run on Sonoma the Mendocino CoaSt shellfish, it is strongly presently contain paralytic urged that the public not eat shellfish toxin above the Sonoma Coast shellfish. level normally considered Samples will be taken for safe for human con- laboratory analysis within sumption, the next several days. C I:/!;i Golf Notes ; ;, --., By CECIL SMITH Lasl week's scores for the Healdsburg Women's Golf Club are: Class A: Sleinbach, net 66. McCaffery, 68. Tie, Ranft and Rogers, 71. Class B: Mounts, 63. Mary Smith, 64. Tie, BellS and Lampsn, 65. ClassC: Phillips, 66. Boucher, 67. Dibble, 70. Class D: Galleazzi and Mulgrew tied at 74. Wolzen, 77. Iverson, 84. Scores for the Mixed Scrambles Tournamen held last Sunday were: Team of T. Boucher, Erie Rulherford, D. Mascherini, Dale Faust, 60. Tied at 65 were he teams of M. Lampsn, A. Mulgrew, F. Boucher, B. Masherini and M. Reynolds, B. Sloan, J. Ronald, L. Slein- bach. Tied at 67 were K. Steinbach, M. Phillips, R. Mulgrew, D. Fooe and H. Kennedy, N. Petersn, D. Ranft, F. Sloan. Four eams ied for 4ih place. They were: A. Ranft, E. Rwherford, R. Bandiera, D. Bidwell; J. Bathrick, A. Faust, C. Peersen, E. Rogers; M. Smith, O. Bandiera, B. Simon, B. McCullough; D. Dibble, R. Phillips, C. Smith, B. Dillon. 51h place at 69 wasthe team of J. McCullough, L. Petersn, G. Mudd, M. Hamburg. 6lh spot at 70 was F. Kennedy, V. Bid-. well F. Halch, B. Mulgrew. 7th place: A. Bidwell K. Rogers, B. Bidwell, A. Rosen. 8th was J. Francis, D. Andreini, L. Halch, G. Williams. Now for a fw uhots from the rough. On November 11 the annual Women's Golf Section held their awards luncheon at the Oakmont Inn. Beings Mary Smith, captain; Millie Fullam Drager, secretary; Betty Damfield, handicap chairman ; I.u Langdon, tournamentl big job for my better-half! Good luck, kid! Donna Dibble told me she has a visitor at pileaed woodpecker! A rather rare bird in neighborhood. What has this to do with golf? Donna and I played on the same team Sunda Dillon and Rena Phillips. Rena and I, being older Ihan our teammates, let them hit the did, wow! ) and we took care of the short versation. Rena and I go back a long way. jury that was in LeBaron's column last concerning a tar and feathering, many years both recalled the hanging that took our sheriff, about 60 years ago! Boy, am said, "getting?" All right, all right. You feel. If you have any feeling left! I have been thinking of writing up my family l Historical Society book, bu! I am afraid it Ihe Biblical printing and I might get sued by the you all up the crick aways and if you closing sentence was last week, Ihey left it out words Iha! had to do with horseback fling and you can't win them all and a sudden though! once for all of two weeks, while waiting he Navy. That's right. Captain of the head. guess? Cloverdale High School Honor Roll FRESHMEN: Janel TamS Titus, Tab VaOon, Petersn. Russell Ricetti, Theresa Vail, Ted Trimble, Lynda Rilea, Styen Vandy Wallace, Nancy Stewart, Scan Thompson Stan. SOPHOMORES: Dana Sayre, Julie Bergman, Yvonne Whir- Amy taker. JUNIORS: Julie Bir- chfield, Brenda Bradford Doug Bryceson, Sandy Davis, Lori HaUman, Linda Lile, Laurena Mullins, Zach' Nichols, Jeff Rainwater Jenine Rose, Zach Vail, Tim Retheord. SENIORS: Robin An- dersen, Ken Baumgardner, Lynne Colin, Margaret Draper, Kelly Edgar, Teresa Harper, Janice Hoffert, Wendy Junker, Hub Lampert, Kitty Lyons, Ronna Marincic, Wendie Nelson, Dan Pellegrini, Esther Rosenthal, Gina S. Dr. Edward F. Johnson CHIROPRACTOR Personal Injury Full Spine .e Insurance Cases Phisi Workmen's Camp. Applied Medicare Nutrition 109 S. Main St., For Appointment Call 894-3608 Office Hours: Nn.-Fri. 9-6, Calendar of Events Wed., November 19 Cloverdale 4-Hal Washington School, 7:30 p.m. Cloverdale Grange at Grange Hall, 8 p.m. Knighls of Columbus at Parish Hall, 8 p.m. Planning Commission at City Hall, 8 p.m. Supervisor Esposti at Veterans Memorial 10 a.m. VFW Bingo at Veterans Memorial, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, November 20 Italian Catholic Federation at Parish Hall, 8 pa.,. BPW al Briarwood, 7:30 p.m. Cloverdale Lions at The Encore, 7:30 p.m. Cloverdale Ro|ary at Papa John's, 12:15 p.m. Green Thumb Garden Club at Member's home, 8 p.m. Alanon at St. Peter's, 8 p.m. Mond&y. November 24 Square Dance Class at Jefferson School, 7 p.m. Merchants Assn. at Council Chambers, 7:30 p.m. Slory Time al Cloverdale Library, 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, November Druids at Druids Hall, 8 p.m. Cloverdale Hospital District at Citrus Fair, 7:30 p.m. Planning Counsultant at City Hall, 1-5 p.m. Cily Council Meeting at City Hall, 8 p.m. Rebekah Lodge at Grange Hall, 8 p.m. Fine Arls Commission at 213 Main Street, 7 p.m. Cent ury Lions Club at Cloverdale Coffee Shop at 7 a.m. ' CASINO CLUB | I All Games Strictly SuPervised i | LOW.LL00Om I j 'SO0DRAWING [ Sign Up Nowl i Coulxm Good In Low Ball Only l iN o. coup. P- CUSTOn . ![ COUPON GOOD 1TIM E QNLY I 2151 NO. STATE ST. UKIAJl 1 |$1e $1O_, mUmmmmmmmmmm-=mmm,mm-'i A First game of the Cloverdale High School's Basketball season will be Tuesday, December 2. with Lick-Wilmerding at Cloverdale. Photo by Bob Trusler. B Jerry Novak shoots short shot in practice drill. Photo by Bob Trusler. C, Zach Vail working on dribble. 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