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December 10, 1980

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Page 8 - Wednesday, December 10,1980 ? Washington School Reports By C. L. PAULSON Come one, come all to the exqiting Christmas Faire on ,Thursday, December 11! iThis stimulating evening will begin with a festive band performance in the Washington Gym at 7 p.m. "After this musical per- formance everyone is in- ;vited to the crafts fair at the .Citrus Fair exhibit hall. Tkei&apos;6 wlr--many h-an-d- rafted items for sale as well as numerous yummy edibles. Students and faculty have been working hard to prepare for this :sesoaal event. Please come :and support your children and their school while enjoying an evening of old-fashioned family fun! LOST AND FOUND Washington's office has accumulated a vast number of "lost" items, including many nice jackets and .weaters. If a student has lost an article of clothing he Or she may stop by the office and check the "lost and- found" box, or he may go to the cafeteria and view the clothes currently waiting t o be claimed from the wall. LIBRARY USE Once again during the month of November Washington school librarian Dana Evans was kept busy. 4Some 2,161 books were checked out as 3,947 patrons passed through - the library doors. The librarian researched 40 reference questions and supervised 40 class visits. This extensive use of the librarycan only be possible of students are responsible about returning the books which they have the privilege of using. Please encourage your students to return their books on time. BASKETBALL On Tuesday, December 2, a 'niuch improved seventh grade girls' team lost to Altamira 19-9. Krista Thompson was the high scorer for Wasington with Mr. Campbell's math class are creating geometric string designs as a part of their math curriculum as well as making therefor sale at the Christmas Faire. This photo shows some completed designs as well as work inprogress. Photo by Fred Campbell. four points. Sherri Brassell and Rita Wilson turned in fine defensive per- formances. in their third game on Thursday, December 4. these 7th graders lost a very physical game to St. Helena with a 13-19 score. The offensive highlight as provided by Sandra Botkin's drives to the hoop. Sandra led the team in scoring with 7 points. Jonna Robinson and Shelley Kirn also scored for their team. The 8th grade girls lost lost a tough game to Altamira on December 2. The score was 13-2@ Team memeers played a good defensive game and Renee Marshall was the high scorer with 6 points. Others aiding the team effort with points were Cindy Kemp, Valerie Vail, JoAnn Robinson, and Renee Botkin Mrs. Smith's fifth graders work outheir candles and candleholders with the help of parent volunteers Mrs. Pat Hicks and Mrs. Kathy Lyeth. Photo by Fred Campbell. Junior high students R0n DenBeste, Sonia Pope, and Michelle Embry wait anxiously Frick prepares the popcorn that teachers supplied for the movie shown to students last1 Photo by Fred Campbell. Chevron Your COMPLETE TIRE ERVI CENTE Tires Brakes Electronic Tire Balancing Electronic Front End Alignment ALL NEW ELECTRONIC FRONT END ALIGNMENT A Model Station PePIegrini's Ceror -ece,ty earned the 'Ha!imark Stafio Award-. presented or'[,, to those exceptional Chevron s*aticn provicl,ng professiona service arld maintairing an Jmm.late aparaoce that s them aFr s a model Statro r, Most Advanced 1 System on " the Market '" - TOTAL 4 WHEEL ALIGNMENT Ailgns front wheels wi'h rear wheels All makes of foreign and domesf*c cars CALL NOW FOR AN APPOINTMENT ELECTRONIC .... 1 D I100,I I t e,,eur,n, Equipment 'eacher and students help with crafts for Christmas Faire. 'hoto by Fred Campbell. ihellfish poisoning mussels only) Recent samples of notice. nussels taken along the This notice does NOT ;onoma Coast hay con-' apply to commercially inued to show elevations of produced shellfish along the =hellfish toxin. Samples North Coast. It does no aken elsewhere along the apply to shellfish other than qorth Coast have shown mussels. It does not apply hopping toxin levels but to abalone, crabs, or mblic health authorities othernonshellfish seafood. me no yet considered nusseis safe to eat. While it is possible that he recent storms have vduced the toxinlevel in ;onoma Coastal waters, the ublic is still advised no to 'at mussels until further ree films at he library Three movies will be own at the Cloverdale ;egional Library at 7 p.m., hursday, Deeembor 11: S' "Solo A thrilling [ountaln Climbing Ad- entre'e; .... Draeula, The :error Chums;', Mowgli's rotbers, a Tale from ipling.". This program is free of mseandiopen to all Jes, bring the whole mily! For more in- emaUm, please call the 'ary at 894-5271. On December 4, the 8th graders got back onto winning ground with a hard fought 23-19 victory over the Robert Louis Stevenson team. The girls played an excellent defensive game, and the win was truly a team effort. High scorer in the game was Cindy Kemp with 8 points, followed closely by Valerie Vail with 6 points, Renee Marshall ,wi[h 5 points, and Renee Botkin with 4 points. The boys' basktball teams have had one road game against Lower Lake Junior High. The 7th graders won a tough game wtn a 38-26 score. Outstanding per- formances were turned in I by Anthony Keyes, Charlie . Delfino, and Lonnie Wise. Coach Neel described the game as a team effort with all players participating. The 8th graders scored a stunning victory with a 52-14 final score. Outstanding rebounders were Mike Thieman, David Brewster, and Ran DenBeste. High scorers for the arne were Craig Bergman and Ed Villarreal. All players participated in his team effort. STAR CITIZENS The outstanding class in the cafeterialast week was room 8, Mr. Miller's 5th grade. Their star citizen was Leo Delgado. -\\;t F, ank t America, if \\;oure 02 \\;'ears or older. \\;ull ,,et several of our most ,er ices to make life easier for \\;'ou. Free personal checking.'Ou can \\;vrite as I],{ ks as \\;ou want--with no ger,,ice and n minimum balance after a $50 de to >tart things off 'mu get free special per_onali,'ed che ks, too. Commission-free BankAmerica Travelers Cheques. Sater titan cash. If the\\; are I<st {r stolen, ; \\;,<)u c,n get a refuDd. \\;nt \\;!),n \\;ou purcha.,,e them at Bank ot America [)ranches inCal Service 62: no servicecharge. Direct deposit convenience. We also offer D free (Jire t ':-': It nav.00 to ','our , Swial Se(urit\\; b,nqits )r CARD OF THANKS / i / Fuderal l)a\\;ments, It's an optional snow your age. butwithit, there's no We wish to thank all the people of Cloverdale \\;()rr\ about lost or for their many kindnesses extended to us che(ks. And no when we lost our home to fire. trips to the hank. More money convenience. To see Jack & Patricia Powell h(m' S,rvice 02 and our other services fl)r \\;()u, h\\;' n()t stop b\\; toda\\;'. THURSDAY - DECEMBER !1 - 7:30 P.M. GRANGE HALL * FREE REFRESHMENTS * Roy Woodall will be on hand representing the Historical Society. Other citizens who are coming to help people write biographies for Cloverdale's history book are: Viola Groves, Tom Hayworth, Lester Herring, Anne Matteoli, and Jose- phine Morse. START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT - GET YOUR BIOGRAPHY IN BY DECEMBER 3IST.'/ CLOII'gRDA00| 00$t'OllCXZ, \\; \\; BANK OF AM E FREE SLIDE SHOW OF OLD CLOVERDALE! A rare glimpse into the past - 100 slides representing the early days of Cloverdale!