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Page 6 -Wednesday, January 9, 1980 Manzanita Manor News Last week letters were printed that had been written by the students in Mr. Hudson&apos;s 7th grade class to specific patients at Man- zanita Manor. This week, I'm sharing letters written by the students to anyone that needed to know that someone eared! These are precious examples of the loving hearts of children. If you are the parents of one of these children, I applaud you! Our country is in good hands! God bless you! l)ear Kind People, Many People read the article in the news paper and the way some of you are talking you sound as if nobody cares for you at all. But it's not true. Quite a few people do care and the people in the Washginton School must care or they wouldn't be writing these letters to you. My name is Lydia Carretero and I am one of the people who care and is deeply concerned. My heart was hurt when I read the articles in the newspaper. I will try to have a Merry Christmas with all of you on my mind. And you have a Very Merry Christmas and a Very Happy New Year. God Bless you all! Sincerely and truly yours, Lydia Carretero Dearest Person Who Reads This Letter: My name is Chris Kunde. I'm a student at Washington School. I know that you may not have a nice Christmas, but I hope you do. You really don't know how much I and other kids really owe you. You have con- tributed very much and I thank you. I know how you must feel. My Grandmother has cancer. You must know about the pain it gives to the relatives of these people. I just hope and pray that you do not have this disease. If you ever feel down, just think of the kids writing you. I hope you have a very Merry Christmas! I will never forget you and all the other peopl'there. Sincerely yours, Chris Kunde (Thank you Chris, our prayers are with you and your family.) Dear People, I am a student at Washington,. My name is Cindy O'Brien and I am 12 years old. After reading your article I felt sad, and emp- tiness inside me. I hope you all have a very Merry Christmas. Christmas is not just for giving presents but for getting together and celebrating the birth of Jesus the son of God. I'm not making any of this up it's all coming from deep in my heart.+ Cindy O'Brlen Dearest Kind Person, I am writing to send you some Christmas cheer. My name is Todd Junker and I am 12 years old. I am a student of Washington School Junior High. I have read your article, "What Christmas Means to Me',, and whoever receives this letter I would like you to know that you do bare friends. As long as people love, you will be loved too. All men on earth still care about you, so' please, don't feel had. Merry ,Christmas and a Happy New Year. Dearest Person, You don't realize how much you are appreciated by us kids. An older person is worth their weight in gold. You should have friends, but ff you don't, I care about you still. Yours truly, Vaughn La Foca To Whoever Wants to Read This Letter: I want to tell you, I'm so hung up over your article in the paper it makes =me think how unhappy I am. I want you to know that I love you and I want you to have another Merry Christmas. I hope you have a good time. Yours truly Matthew Cole Dear Special Friend, My name is Dane Doble. I am thirteen years old. I have been to Manzanita Manor before. I was singing Christmas. Even though I don't know you, you are probably very nice. My Grandmother is in a hospital too. I visit her all of the time. She knits things and I make her things. She likes it when I come to visit her. I might be able to visit you some time. Y2mr Friend, Danoe To: My name is Terri Moneymaker. I'm in the 7th grade at Washington School here in Cloverdale. I hope from the bottom of my heart that all of you at Manzanita Manor will have a very Happy Holiday and a Happy New Year. I wish that I could get to know some of you really good. I think that we can learn from you but most people don't. I hope you have a wonderful holiday. Well, Goodbye, I have to go now. Happy Holidays, Miss Terri Moneymaker. Dear People, Christmas is a time for familys to unite and to spread love amongst themselves but some people do not have families. They are the forgotten people. People who sometimes feel they are not loved. But they are loved by God and me. Finis know how hard it must be for you. Christmas is a happy time of year. I hope you think so too. So have a very Merry Christmas and a happy New Year!! Your friend, K.H. happiness. Christmas is the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ God's Son and we all have a good time and I hope you have a good time. Love, Lounie Wise Dearest Kind Person, I hope you have a very nice Christmas. My name is Micbelle Whipple and I am a Junior High student at Washington School. I am sending you all my love for a Merry Christmas. Well I better go now, bye! Love, Michelle Whipple Dearest Kind Person, Dearest person I hope you have a nice Christmas arid even if you are not going to have or be around for Christmas I will he thinking of you. I will always he your friend. Love, Gina Girerd, age 12 Dear Boys and Girls, Thank you so much for your love and concern. Because of you and many others this Christmas, Manzanita Manor Patients had the best Christmas ever! Our hearts were touched by your letters and I know they came from your hearts. You are welcome to come and visit us at any time and share your love in person! The Bible says, "Even a child is known by his doings, whether his work be pure, and whether it he right." (Proverbs 20:11 ). Your work shows what is in your hearts. May God give you His blessings abundant in 1980. With sincere Love and appreciation. Jan Freeman. Activity Coordinator; Bob King. Administrator I I I Winter gymnastic classes offered I ii I The Healdsburg Parks and Recreation Department is offering youth gymnastic classes for beginners through intermediate levels begin- ning Saturday, January 12th. The classes are open to ages 5 and older with participants placed in groups according to ability and age. A special tiny tot class for 3 and 4 year olds will meet from 9:15 to 9:55 a.m. Saturdays, this class will he limited to five children per instructor. Tumbling, balancing and coordination will be em- phasized. For the advanced beginner and intermediate student the uneven parallel bars, horse and balance beam will be used, Cost is $8 for 8 weeks. Registration will be at first class session. Other children classes offered include: Ballet and Cook n' Craft. Adult and youth classes in- clude: Dancercise. Yoga Ballet. FolkDancing, Calligraphy, Belly Dancing and Chinese Cooking. For more information about these programs and our senior cilizens program call 433- 9425. Doris Ferrari, who will be making reproductive likenesses of "'Becky Thatcher. Tom Sawyer, Huck Finn" the famous "Hummel" figurines for Annette Rowland of the proximately I 1-12 ft. high. The other will be a Orange Tree, has 9ffered to donate two beautiful ceramics of which Doris says would be an attractive addition ! her own creation for a raffle. All proceeds will go to the swimming pool. Photo by Janice. on Jal Cloverdale High School Band. One of the figurines will be a , ille C Cotat Snap Menu + rn Rh] $ p.m. ht st and t Thursday, Jan. 10 Citrus juice Spaghetti w-Meat Sauce Italian Vegetables French Bread Sliced Peaches Friday, Jan. I I Pickled Beets & Onion Salad Baked Fish w-Tartar Sauce Baked Potato Spinach Fruit Jello Stewed Tomatoes Wholewheat Bread Apricots Tuesday, Jan. 15 Birthday Orange Juice Meat Loaf w-Gravy Mashed Potatoes Mixed Vegetables Birthday Cake Wednesday, Jan. 16 Monday. Jan. I-I PiL3apple Juice Apple Juice Grated Carrot & Raisin Lima Bean Casserole Salads Salisbury Steak Wholewheal Bean Medley Prunes orqasbo00';. Lunch Dinne00lov00 _.Is ha Or Choose From Our Complete / Sat, We're Open Every Day from 6 a m - chi" ' " , Id Closed Tuesday I re. + the D.res, K,nd ,'ersou. Notice i Redwood I hope you have the best Christmas you ever had and Grang News ,0, N. Cloverdale Blvd. many more. I also hope all AI-Anon wilt meet on I  1 your friends will come and Thursday night at 8 p.m: at ha visit you. ,Clovedale.St" Peter's Church in + .... .---, ! weS ia From, AFriend By LEAH NORIEL Viola Mack asked for blood was needed by the Air ...... Dearest Kind Person, members of the Blood Bank Corp at that time. Many ',: Hi, m ynameisJoAnn. Iam Club to pay their annual times the volunteers came --' U-  ,-I -+ --'l''lp .r'-- "-7 J,r 12 years old. I am in Seventh Cloverdale grange 456 membership dues of $3 per and the patriotic gesture was t , gradeat Washington School. attracted a dining room full year. The first blood bank a public event. [ 4P<Y  IT'[;vivvi'''-''t-- I would just like to say that of members at the regular pot was given by the Grange in Lecturer Marie Akesson you have really nice people luck meeting Wednesday Cioverdale. Dr. Hardling and Vail Taylor showed  ,'' . ,/ & up at Manzanita Manor. I night at T p.m. January2in Clegg M.D., Santa Rosa was movies for the lecturers +.=pp I hope you have a very Merry the Grange Hall located on in charge and Lecturer Leah program. Christmas! Second Street. Noriel planned the event. Next public card. party  /." " ou JoAnn Robinson Your friend, This plot of land was the Asti winery responded with January 26 at 8 p.m. please  C.ockfoHBar&l:)eck NowOpen previous site of the city hall many vol.nteers and the attend, b} ' "-'" i-)kt"  ', [*n'/r'?'t'to' Dear People, city hall was built by W.P.A.  OPEN FOR LUNCHES .at I am Levi Loy. I am 12 Past Master Albert +u- + +' : ot 1 yearsold. Christmas means Akesson presided over the Free films at + Mon.. WedN. Thurs.DFr,. , Sa,..,, "-lly, i .,o,,om+ ,, m.o. . .m+ --.., .. ,o .+ . + " V'"O '."". \\; . for giving and when Christ Master Kenneth Ropp. was horn and it should mean Musican Reva Be,ford Lheciov !a!ebrrrElry 6 oovs o w..k S-,0 p.rn. \\; a lot to most people, presided at the piano. Sunday Brunch: 1 tam - 2pro ' Love, LevtLoy The regular business ............................  is fa Due West at the Dutcher Creek Exit from Highway ]01 meeting was held and a vote er " y is scary version of this = IOutdo, Dearest Kind Person, of thanks was given to the offering its monthly Family American classic. I hope you have the I.O.O.F. for the beautiful tree Film Night on January 10th Zlatheh the Goat - a tender" : 22$ There00 Drive merriest Christmas ever. I they bought for the hall and at 7:00 p.m. folk tale in which a boy and [ Dearest Kind Person, Hi. My name is Ren'ee Botkin. I am a student at Washington Junior High. I am 12 years old. I want to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. And the best of luck to all of you. I would like to go up and visit you soon. You may not think that I am telling the truth but it all is coming from my heart deep down inside. Ren'ee Dear People: l.hope this letter will cheer you up and let you feel a lot younger because in my heart you're all very young to me. And Christmas is coming up and I hope you have your best Christmas this year. Christmas is not just giving gifts, it's mostly love and Political candidacies Continued from page I Two more persons picked up petitions in lieu of filing fees Thursday in Sonoma County for the June primary. Peace and Freedom Party member Carl M. Anderson, 32, a Rohnert Park janitor, has petitions for the 9th Assembly District. Larry Asera, a registered the Grange decorated. Trees are getting expensive. Eva Lee spoke of the pride we have in the high school . hand, and its leader Mr. Connlley, and the decision was made to support their trip with a fund raising event in the near future. Democrat, engineer and chairman of the Napa County Board of Supervisors, was in town to get petitions for the 8th Assembly District. The last day to file petitions is Feb. 6. Decarations of intention and nomination papers are other necessary steps to become a candidate. The movies scheduled to be shown are: All the Troubles of the World - a science fiction film about a computer which predicts crimes before they are committed. Legend of Sleepy Hollow - a his goal survive a blizzare. '# Parents, children of all ages. senior citizens, and teenagers are all encouraged yl to attend this free program. Please call the library at 1 894-5271 for more in- formation. Now Open Thurs. - Sun., 5:30 - 9:00 Sourdough Jim's RESTAURANT Sourdough Sunday Brunch 10 am - 1 pm A stack of sourdough pancakes served with our special smoked bacon and a complimentary glass of champagne or cider- 2911 Children' s Portion 1" 3" Specials Thurs.- Lasange Fri. - Deviled Crab Sat. - Mousaaka Sun. - Maple Fried Chicken Includes Sourdough Bread, Soup or Salad & Beverage At the Depot Hotel, Cloverdale 894-3723 F'rk back the 50's with a 59c Hot J:udge Sundae. h's a real gone sundae with whipped cream, nuts, a cherry and lots of thick, hot fudge. It's so hot.., and it's soooo c)l! "['hn,ugh Janual 31st l l 543 N. Cloverdale Ave. Cloverdale, CA. stix Plum i W-Bu Milk e ked Miik W-Sh J lut R