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December 3, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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Page 12 - Wednesday, December 3, 1980 Two more Eagle wrestlers working out. Photos by Bob Trusler. Turkey shoot a su’ The Cloverdale men's Dogali, grading; Valley softballassociation hosted Engineers; Anderson a turkey shoot in October Excavaton; Sandy's Tee- and it turned out a huge Shirts; Bob's Muffler; Gary success. Themain prize was and Julie Borgna's 'Big G' a 20-gauge shotgun donated C o c k t a i I L o u n g e ; by Valley Engineers. The Wilmarth's Fine Foods; shotgun was won by Gene Caturegli's Shell; Pele- (Deadeye) Rege in a shoot grini's Chevron; Lloyds off with Gene Joiola. - - Automotive; Redwood The Association would Smorgette; The Grapevine; like to thank all those who Jake's Beacon Service; donated and worked at the Havoli's Exxon; Dick's sheaf Those are: George Union Service; Mar- ty's Texaco; and the Cloverdale Auto parts. Some of the workers at the shoot were Gilbert and Gene Jojola who did a grat job of handling the shoot. Dennis Yanglin, Mike Bradford, Gary and Julie Borgna, Mrs. Rick Borgna, Mrs. Gene Jojola and Robert Davis. The League'is looking into ways to make expenses for next season so the sponsors great. There is from last year, amount is not teams will not the league next Y Since the great success, planned for Thanks again to who helped. Ponytoil Leogue News / 126 pounder Todd Ridgeway novice tournaments. Photo by Bob Trusler. teammate Justin Paulsen getting ready for e Garden Delights Pruning can also be done after the plant has finished blooming and Camellias can be shaped into trees, shrubs or espaliers. By MELISSA COX and JUDEE PRYOR For spectacular color in the cooler months and dark evergreen foliage all year round, Camelias are un- surpassed for beauty. These showy plants grow best in shade or filtered light and need a well- drained soil that is high in organic material (ground bark, peat moss, sawdust, compost or leaf mold). Start fertilizing with a Rhododendron, Azelea and Camellia (RAC; food for several months AFTER the blooming period period and stop feeding around mid-summer. Be sure to follow fertilizing in- structions properly to avoid burning of the leaves. Camellias are much easier to grow than the average gardener realizes. Most problems are caused by poor drainage, excess salts or iron chlorosis. The basic solutions to these are improving the drainage, leaching heavily with water two or three times in the summer and treating chlorosis with chelated irons, than be watered into the r soil. The most common Camellia is the Camellia Japonica with varieties that bloom between December and April. This plant is I I By TONI BORGNA Well, it's "thank you" time again and Richard and Brenda Odiorne get a great big one! They let us use their house on Halloween night and we turned it into a haunted house which was a big success. Also a special thanks to all of the people who participated in the haunted house. Our raffle on November 22 was also a huge success. So special thanks go to the merchants who donated turkeys and hams. Winners were: Robert ....   : /r • / / •:,IC usually 5 to 12 feet all with veryoid plants reaching 20 feet in height. The flower form varies from single, semi-double, double, peony, rose and more and the flowers can be 2 inches to 5 inches across depending on the variety. These beauties can be massed in large, long lasting bouquets or displayed with a single flower floating in a ula.u bowl. The Camel lj_a japonica makes an ex- cellent container plant. Camellia sasanquas have smaller leaves and can be used as ground covers, hedges, containers and hanging baskets. The flowers are short lived b bloom profusely and makt wonderful masses of color in last autumn or early winter. The sasanquas will usually take more sun than the japonicas. The largest and- - m-os-t striking flowers usually come from the Camellia reticulata species. These plants are often rangy and open and look better in tllt ground than in a con- tainer. The flowers. however, are spectacular. The'.letals are often fluted and curled and the larger varieties have reached up to Cheryl Yeazell and Shawn Brown at the Ponytail League draw names ofprize winners. Mayor Jack Domenichelli and 9 inches across. All camelias that are commonly available come in shades of whites, pinks, reds and all blends in bet- ween. They can be planted in Ihe ground anytime now through sRring and will provide a wonderful splash of color in the months ahead. Chevron Your COMPLETE In an effort" to become more effective in its operation, on December 6, 1980, the Recreaton- Cultural Services Division will be consolidating offices with the other two divisions (planning and acquisition and parks) of the Regional Parks Department. Currently located in the Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Building, the recreatmn-ctdtural services division is responsible for the operation of all the veterans memorial building in the county as well as the OccidentalCommunity Center. All bookings and Recreation-Cultural TIRE services to consolidate offices SERVICE CENTER contractual arrangements for all of these facilties are handled through this office. The new location will be at 2403 Professional Drive, Suite 100, which is just east of County Center Drive. The phone number for the, Recreation-Cultural Ser- vices Division will remain the same, 527-2088. For further information on the new location or on the use of the Veterans Memorial Buildings or the Occidental Community Center, interested persons should call 527-2088 or stop by 2403 Professional Drive, Suite 100, Santa Rosa, CA. Birth announcement: Surfon David and Rebecca Surron of Cloverdale are proud lo announce the arrival of tbeir son, Zachary David. Fie was born on November 4 at Community Hospilal in Santa Rosa. He weighed 9 lbs. 12oz. and was 21% in. long. Willits and Emegine Surron of Healdsburg Girl Scout Grandparenls are Ernesl and Marilyn Frandsen of ilealdsburg, Jerry c, ourr.n of • Tires • Brakes • Shocks • Electronic Tire Balancing • Electronic Front End Alignment ALL NEW ELECTRONIC FRONT END ALIGNMENT A Model Station Pellegrini's Chevron recentiy earned the "Hallmark Station Award", presented only to those exceptional Chevroo stations prowdin 9 professional service and maintaining an immaculate appearance that set them apart as a modO sfahon Most Advanced System on the Market TOTAL 4 WHEEL ALIGNMENT Aligns front wheels with rear wheels All makes of foreign and domestic cars CALL NOW FOR AN APPOINTMENT bake sale ELECTRONIC ....... 1 TIRE --"' ;I There will be a Girl Scout BALANCING, i Pe!legrini's bake sale on Saturday Latest . | December 6, at Rascos Equipment Chevron from 9 a.m. to 5 p.mm. Jlll .,_ J There will be cakes, cookies, cupcakes, 28 S9 4°"3;T;€1 brownies, breads, and othor things. Del Sarto, Don Mack, Vickie Wanzer, Louise Ellis, Ron Johnson, and Norma Boucher. Merchants who donated were: ShopN Save, a 17lb. turkey; Ray's Meats a 12 lb. turkey; Penny Fair Market, a 5 lb. canned ham; J&S Market, a 10 Foodland lb. turkey; a 16 lb. ham. We would thank everyone raffle tickets forget in two start selling for a i: Cherna Alliston are helping the girls. Photo by CLIP THIS AD FOR FUTURE REFERENCE NEED VISION CAR SERVICES? select a doctor of optometry from the , I IIIIlt ' IIIIlff00 American Optometric Association Affiliated With The Redwood Empire Optometric Society TELEPHONE 527-7803 MEMBERS CLO VERDA LE • L. A. GERBER I$ N. Clever41te Bird ....... 11$4-2$21 WILUAM F. HOYER I M E. First St. .......... 194-3938 G UERNE VIL LE • L. lARRY LUTZ I lenin St. .......... Im1-3148 HEA LD$B UR G • JOHN W. HOAG 136 kb@iea St. ......... 431SlI • GOROON $. 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