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January 2, 1980

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Thursday, January 2, 1980 Pge i i of the Past I I I By JACK HOWELL 1979 comes to a just about everybody on the year's events what sort of im- if any, they to make in the next . It's sort of like being again, or getting a dc.hance. Most of these Ibm-- ! utmns fall ,bY the ide but donsn t it give k lift to be able to, in all rity, plan them? My -'==tion is to attempt to  this column as in- i)tngl as possible, and to mp to enlist the aid of all tives out there to turn of SOme of those stored emories and facts that Id be recorded. Won't please help? As the ptmas season draws to a I thought might you , ,= ,,,  NOTICE i No. 582 - ' ITIOUS BUSINESS AME STATEMENT l ,OWing person is do'ng as: Par Horizons - h at 106 East First St. rdale, Calif. .Diane Pellette ]laYdon St. Klsburg, CA. 95448 buSiness vidual is conducted by tatement was filed witl{ nty Clerk of Sonoma Y on December 4, 1979. ieby certify that this copy !correct copy of D ai statement on file ini fice. i E T LEWIS, CLERK hed 12-12, 12-19, 12-20,  No. 583 TIOUS BUSINESS AME STATEMENT ing person is doing : Pilgrim Books 5 E. First Street le, CA. 95425 A. Gonzetez t. e 95425 .vine is conducted by L idual tement was filed with nty Clerk of Sonoma on Dec. I0, 1979 Certify that this copy rrect copy of the statement on file in p! lee. r EwIs, CLERK 12-26, I-2, I-9. NOTICE LL'No. - AME STATEMENT esAing person is doing .. a:s: Stop n' Skate at .'uale Citrus Fair '1' Railroad Ave. le, Ca. enttari Vineyard Rd. i, 941 v iness is conducted by vidual. ,Lont tv ent was filed with Y Clerk of Sonoma Y on bec. 21 1979. cYacrti that this copy ,.errect copy of the statement on file in aqee. T. LEWIS, Y clerk OTICE No. $87 C OF INTENDED "t'K TRANSFFJR CREDITORS OF N's WELDING & E IS HEREBY that WARREN'S NG & REPAIR, enjoy another Santa Claus story. This one is about Coca Cola's famous Santa Claus. The first Santa Claus originated about 160o years ago in the tiny country of Lycia, in Asia Minor. His name was St. Nicholas, He was a real man, who dedicated his life to helping others. This is probably how he became associated with Christmas. The early Dutch colonists brought the concept to America. Folks of Nordic descent added the fur-trimmed clothes and the pipe he clenches in his teeth, and the chimney he comes down were added by the Dutch. This concept lasted about 200 years, then in 1822 Clement Moore, American scholar and poet wrote "Twas the Night Before 1 LEGAL NOTICE Transferor, is about to make a bulk transfer of property to the undersigned WARREN'S WELDING & REPAIR, INC., Transferee. The business address of the Transferors is 27775 Duteher Creek Road, Cioverdale, CA 95425. The business address of the Transferee is 27775 Dut- cher Creek Road, Cloverdale, CA 95425. The location of the property to by transferred is 27775 Dutcher Creek Road, Cloverdale, CA 95425. The property to be transferred is roll stock in trade, fixtures, equipment, inventory and goodwill of that welding and repair business known as WARREN'S WELDING & REPAIR located at 27775 Dutcher Creek Road, Cloverdale, CA 95425. So far as is known to the Transferee, the Transferor has not used any business name or ad- dress other than the above during the three years last past. The bulk transfer is to be consummated on or after January 4, 1980, at the law 'offices of RATCHFORD, SHORT & WELT'V, 141 North Steet, Healdsburg, Califor- nia. DATED: December 20, 1979 (s) ROBERT S. WARREN (s) LENA WARREN On December 20, 1979, before me, the undersigned, Notary Public in and for said county and state, personally appeared ROBERT S. WARREN and LENA WARREN known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the within in- strument, and acknowledged to me that they executed the same. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal the day and year in this certificate first above written. MIKE H. WELTY Notary Public Published I-3-80 LEGAL NOTICE _ III1' II No. $88 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT The following person is doing business as: Styles Unlimited at 5 Tarman Dr. Cloverdale, CA 95425 Patrica Ciraulo 305 Wahington St. Cioverdale, CA 95425 This businem is conducted by an individual This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Sonoma County on Dec. 17, 1979 I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in office. EEVE T. LEWIS, COUNTY CLERK Published I-3, 1-9, 1-16, 1-23. Christmas." For more than 100 years artists and other creators of Santa Claus drew inspiration from Moore's elf concept. People thought of him as a pixie or gnome. Then in 1930 there came a change, the image became human and was expanded and developed by millions of reproductions of "portraits" painted by artist Haddon Sundbloom for Coca Cola. The Chicago artist who died in 1976 began painting Santa for "Coke" in 1931. Throughout the years artists portrayed him in every conceivable situation, but always with the warmth and humanity which endears Santa to all who see him. The model Sundbloom, used for years, was a retired salesman Lou Prentice. After Prentice died friends persuaded Sundbloom that his own distinctive features and broad smile could be used. He also used the same general model for the Quaker seen on the Quaker Oats box. He often described Santa as a big hearted guy who sets out on his journey with a look of spiritual glow. He could be someone's grandfather and not without human foibles. Santa wouldn't hesitate to raid an ice-box for a midnight snack and he would stuff an extra orange in your stocking for a cookie or a bottle of coke. The artist always said thai the Dutch story fit perfectly and it proved that Santa is real flesh and blood, and in his saintly goodness he is simply carrying out in this work the spirit of Him whose birthday we celebrate on Dec. 25th. Cloverdale Jan. 4th, 1934; Growers Supply & Irrigation, ,nc. Irrigation Systems, Hardware & Equipment, Swimming Pools, Housewares and Farm Supplies ,. 20750 Geyserville Avenue 857-3484 Visit Fine Italian Cuisine (707) S57-9904 Ovqw 39 years in the mine location LAMPSON TRACTOR Geyserville Ave,, Geyserviile 433-1619/8574443 This space available - call 893339 for information |tuiiday rains, bringing dTba!er Io southern (alit.rnia and the Pacific N I)l'l h ,.  i . brought to ('iuerdah" tlld vicinity a rlrntal fall bringing the soasorat o!al to 19.4 inches a: conpared wilh last years I,,lal (t 7 94 inches. The total for !tie weeks storm was 7.41. The Economy Groceteria, o;vned by (;eorge Cavalti, and managed by Francis Sten was purchased by Carl Baumeister and will be run in lhe usual mann(r Jar,. 3. 1914: The New "fear's masquerade ball sponsored by the alert fire Co. was held at the Citrus Fair pavillion and was a geal success. A! Ihe movies in January 1!34 v,e find Will Rogers appearing in "'Mr. Skitch" ,xilh the everloving ZaZu Pilts. which was describes as a tin can tour. The old folks fell into hot water, the daughler fell in love, the car fell in a ditch and you'll fall off you seat laughing! Also featured on the same bill was that goofy swede, El Brendel in "Olsen's Big Moment" Yumpin Yiminy! Whal a riot ! And don't forget the Mickey Mouse Matinee every Saturday. Bring the whole family and start the New Year off right by laughing! And that also might apply today; instead of picking up that newspaper full of bad news, read your local paper and find out what is going on around you, or pick up a good book at the library or off your bookshelf. Jan. 1934: A 30 minute interruption of lights and power was attributed to careless hunters accordin 1o !iii When it comes to Tractors, Equipment ii! any kind of Farm Machinery-either sales or iiii service-it's best to let people who are cx- :::: perienced and knowledgeable advise you. i:i: Lampson Tractor & Farm Equipment, Inc., :i:i right in the center of Geyserville has been in iiii this business for many, many years and not :!:! only have the finest equipment you can buy iiil but are proud of the exceptional employees :i:i they have to help you in each department. ::!ii Lampsun's features Masscy Ferguson Traclors & Farm Equipment, New Holland Hay Equipment, Howard Rotovators. Bean Sprayers and related farm equipment plus a big inventory of parts. Whatever you need in farm machinery you're sure to find it here. For excellent equipment, dependability, top service and good advice you just can't beat l,ampson's Tractor & Equipment, Inc. ' Geyserville 857-3443 Full Service Salon "We Take Care of Your Hair" 122 North St. Healdsburg 433-1742 Bosworth Hardware *Paint *Hardware *Household Items Geyserville Ave., Geyservillel 857-3463 a spokesman for the PG&E. close of another year today It seems that 5 insulators on things are aboul the ,am  lhe main line near the excepl we have runaway Weidersheim ranch were shot inflalion instead- -f a out and it was surmised that depression That poin could when hunters shot at a rabbit be argued). But the sun stiil they hit the insulators in- conies up m the east and goo stead, d,wn in the west. Ow January clearance sales at rainfall is about average. H.G. Grants dept. store Everybody is worried aboi featured: men's sweaters at foreign entanglenent In 77cents, bib overalls at $1.23; those days i was the rse l, ladies hosiery.. 57 cents: power of an obcur,, men's fleece lined un- paperhanger called derwear..57 cents; good Shicklegruber, otherwise quality sheets..67 cents; part known as Adolph }titlvr. w()l blankets..$1.55 and at Caulfields market ham- It's still nice to step,utsid burger was selling for I0 on these brisk mornings an d cents a pound; mutton chops feel the warm sun and v, aze at for 12 cents a pound; round the clear blue skies around steak..16centsa pound; and 3 Ihe now green hills and lmnds of pure lard was 19 mountains that surrowd out cents, peaceful valley Well that's what was So my New Years message happening in our little valley is .... Enjoy! ttappy Nev, so many years ago. At the Year! 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