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Page 8, Cloverdale Reveille, Dec. 4, 1991 4th grade has an anti-smoking poster contest to go along with the Great American Smoke-Out Campaign. The winner of the contest was Stephanie Hamil- ton who received a $3 prize. Runners-up were Dustin Doolan, Cassy Jelton, Jana Schweitzer, Aaron Stinson and Stephanie Willians, who were also awarded prizes. Everyone who partici- pated in the contest received a "Free-No Homework" certificate, good for one chance to skip the homework assignment of their choice. The students from several classrooms brought home won- derful Thanksgiving and Fall artwork. Of special interest was Ryan Demolski's turkey made with fall leaves. It was on dis- play in the main office until Wednesday, from Mrs. Hines' 4th grade class. UPCOMING EVENTS: SCI- ENCE FAIR March 10, 11, and 12 (Be thinking and doing early) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC GEOGRAPHY BEE Dec. 18 (Study) The Tupperware Fundraiser for the 8th grade promotion cere- mony and celebration cleared $450. Thank you to everyone who participated. Last week was SPIRIT WEEK Monday was Hippie Day. Can we relate to this? If you were observing, it really took you back. Tuesday was crazy hair day. I didn't realize it until 30 minutes later. I thought Mrs. Giusso had an awfully different perm. It was hard to look Mr. Lile in the face. I found myself looking at his shoes. Then someone mentioned Crazy Hair Day and I was hys- terical! Just a tip Mr. Lile, don't wear your hair like that if you're wanting to leave a good impression. Student of the day would have to be Toni Angeli. It's amazing what braids and wire will do for a girl. On Wed- nesday, it was Age Day. There were sags and bags all over campus. 6th graders were ba- bies, 7th graders were middle age, that is business people, etc. and 8th graders were old. It did create SPIRIT. Thank-you Mrs. Romain for coordinating Tuesday's presen- tation of the Olympic Torch. The occasion was impressive. Thank- you too, to Mrs. Fixe, Cloverdale Postmaster for helping us be the first.school in the northern counties o have the Torch. The students are being challenged to GO FOR THE GOLD! On the 21st Mr. Travinsky's ilnnnnnmuulmnnnnnmmnnuluminnnnln= m Cloverdale Telephone m .I Directory--knstings .i New Listing or Change in 1991 Directo Listing : Name " : : Address _ __ | Phone Numtr _ __  II Pleose ploce o check mork / in the appropriote box : : *New Number , . .. nn ..,corrected + n., : *,youhovoeNum'., lee1 I : directory llIng ulmthisl your rw number, :: :B **If your number In lhe '1991 Direct was Incorrect use i this form to correct it. i : Sep.do.hiSofxlr57,tclthoeverd%leverdClAe9R425veille" i It Pays to Advertise The Cloverdale employees of McConnell ChevroletoOIdsGeo invite their neighbors to our Service- Parts & Sales Depts. Left to right: Bob Manegold, Rick Fincher, Laura Galupe, Jerry Beebe, Kevin Petrich -,999. 0,999 McConnel Chevrolet.01ds.Geo 1395 Hesburg Ave. (Dry Creek Exit) Healdsburg 433-3384 Prior Rental G.M. Repurchase Vehicles I Olds 98 Regency Elite #340742 '91 Olds Cutlass Supreme 4 dr. #369894 '91 Lumina Eurospod # 160-564 $9,999. '91 Olds Cutlass Supreme 4 dr. #377313 '91 Chev Lumlna V6 (Choice of 3) $7,999. '91 Chev Corsica V6 #223885. #I 73129 . I Washington School Students of the week for 6th through 8th grade are Stephanie Howell, Ryan Warren, Maritza Galdos, Amado Gil, Sarah Graddy. Washington School students of the Week for Nov. 25 through 29 are for 4th and 5th grade Tricia Shields, Stephanie Williams, Jesus Cruz, Kyle McBride, April Anderson, Ryan Bilbro, Zac Sutton, Antonio Soso, James Latham. Eagles Girls' Basketbal opens with impressive The Cloverdale Eagles un- leashed their junior assault on the Calistoga Wildcats here Tuesday, Nov. 26 in the season opener for both of these varsity girls' basketball teams. Juniors Kerrie Covert, Mich- elle Yanglin and Clara Vipond combined for 26 points and 33 rebounds to lead the Eagles to a 44-22 victory. "Considering we had only one day of practice to get ready, I thought they played very well," Cloverdale coach Candy Paul- son said of her players. All five of Paulson's starters and one of her three reserves only recently joined the team because of Cloverdale's partici- pation in the North Coast Sec- tion volleyball playoffs." It made for some light practices," Paul- son joked. : Covert, Yanglin and Vipond join Jamie Sanders, Tonya Fletcher, Jennifer Norton, Ni- cole Baptiste and Christine Buergler on the Cloverdale ros- ter. All are juniors except for the sophomore Baptiste and the senior Buergler. Covert and Yanglin are returning starters. "All eight are athletes," Paul- son said. "All eight are pretty even; the tempo of the game doesn't change much when I make substitutions." The Eagles will employ a run- ning offense to take advantage of team speed and a lack of front- line height. "We're going to have to run and play aggressively," said Paulson, who expects her team to be competitive in the North Central League I race come January. "Upper Lake is very, very good...a power," Paulson the the Cougars, the North Coast Section and the No. 1-rated team in the state this "They're going to be a lenge." Kelseyville and defending NCL I co- lost their best players to I ation. Paulson said both schools to remain tive nonetheless. "Fort Bragg will strong," Paulson league is going like last season." The Eagles hope to to the upper echelon of the race in 1992 and they first step in that direction Calistoga. "We had a big second and had a comfortable lead," Paulson said. Covert led a balanced attack with 10 points also grabbed 11 pond added eight points team-high 13 Yanglin had eight nine rebounds. The Eagles played host Analy Tigers day) and return to day against Upper Lake opening round of the Tournament, which several NCL I te will participate in the he whole in the art of honest. Thd Jefferson, Vl, 186 Washington School Students of the Week for Dec. 2-7 are for fourth and fifth grade, Egil Thompson, Cristela Carrasco, Charmaine Crider, Crystal BeImonte, Shannon Breci, Chano Diaz, Morgan Kane, Ryand Peters, Krista Warren. Washington School volleyball are+ teams formed Volleyball teams have been formed at Washington Middle' School with the following girls now participating in practice with their first game scheduled for Dec. 5 at St. Helena. The first home game is Dec. 9 at 3:30 p.m. at the Citrus Fair Auditorium. 6th through 7th grade Angela Evans, Mary Ann Gonzalez, Sarah Graddy, Erinn Jensen, Rebekah Jump, Vanessa Lopez, Jamie McCart, Mariah Miller, Gianina Pellegrini, Pier- rette Robertson, Brandy Wilson, Heidi Yanglin. Alternates Jennifer Minto, Penny Hill, April Pack, Zita Konik. 8th grade Alexandra Adams, Toni Angeli, Janeen Delsid, Jennifer Giefer, Jamie Hatcher, Stephanie How- ell, Callen Kurpinsky, Marilyn Padgett, Liane Pellegrini, Beth Randolph, Lisa Rosas, Pauline Rothacker, Megan Wlodarczyk. Alternates Liz Yepiz, Christi Navara, Olaunda Johnson. Scorekeeper Li Ane Bell !::i :?::i! ? i :?::ii: iii It has been an exceptionally exciting week at Jefferson Gar- den. The plants enjoyed the rain and are growing rapidly -'+ Jefferson School's Primary Intervention Program is having a Holiday Crat Faire on Satur- day, Dec. 7 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Sunday, Dec. 8 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the Jefferson School Cafeteria. Santa will be there for pictures. There will be decorations, crafts, and lots of activities for children. The Holiday Craft Faire is a benefit for the PIP Sunshine Club here at Jefferson. We hope you can make it over to enjoy the festivities. A turkey visited Mrs. Lile and Mrs. Michelon's Kindergarten classes last week in honor of Thanksgiving. The children have also been studying Indians. They have made macaroni necklaces with real turkey feathers. They have been studying the letter 'T', and made Indian Instruments (shakers and drums): Buddy classes enjoyed the fun with indian dancing and singing. First graders enjoyed "switch" activities last week. The classes enjoyed musical activities, writ- ing and illustrating "I am thank- ful for...", and making place mats (for the feast) using their hands to make the turkey. They also read an Indian Legend, painted a sunset and discussed the first Thanskgiving from a historical perspective. Last week ond grade classes all in "North American Game l The clases played the Stave Game", and had an row Toss" contest. They sang Indian son chants along with Pilgrim Children During their trail mix type snack they prepared. The second grade will be on a science oriented field this week, rain the Petrified Forest and classes are studying rock: earth's surface and the that change them. Third class have been Cloverdale+s Food Pantry donated the goods. Mrs. Vogensen's third have been making play physical features maps classroom. Please set this date aside for the ( and care ling at Thanks for son School. Many into the school to Thanksgiving Feasts. It was a great time and ally do appreciate all the from faithful volunteers. i Enrollment limits at the four year colleges and universities have increased the demand for classes at Santa Rosa, and classes are filling more quickly than ever before. If you are planning to go to college this Spring at SRJC, yoU need to act NOW. Getting into college isn t as easy as it used to ,+ J t You may not get all of the courses you want, but our counseling and support staff ,kill help you plan a that will get you started on your college career. It isn't as easy as it used to be. But we're here to help. Make an appointment NOW to see a counselor. Call 527-4452 (or 1-800-564-7752, ext. 4452) for a same day appointment t