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and Debbie Miller have decided to put their business "on hold", least a year. r. Mom's Toys closing strong support Mom's Toys will be holding Out of Business Sale the month of January, with in the store - except consignment items - selling ision to close sure wasn't support", said Debbie Miller. "People been wonderful! During many of them even in their whole list and did shopping here." has had major surgery and is not supposed to over two pounds. to say, all of our ship- . lot more than thaL" Dave Miller's to own a toy store, but he's with his charges at Mr. Mom's Daycare during the week and is only able to be in the store on weekends. "The ideal solution would have been for me to run the daycare and for him to run the store, but at this point, I'm not physically able to take care of the children by myself", notes Debbie. She says it came down to reassess- ing priorities. "My children Tyler and Justin really need me, and I owe it to them - as well as to David and myself - to put my health first at this point. Maybe in a year or so, we can re-open the store." In the meantime, there are plenty of bargains to be found, including books, kile and board games. Mr. Mom's Toys is located at 233 N. Cloverdale Blvd. nocti Girl Scout Council "ng record growth the greatest surge of in its thirty-three year his- i Membership has reached a of some forty-five hundred in- throughout the Redwood of Field Services Lynn am'ibutes the increase to of contemporary issues and the idea that growing fun. "We want all girls they can become someone through the Girl Scout she says. "Each girl opportunity to grow, learn, i and have fun." Scouting is open to all girls five through seventeen. are welcome and adults are always needed. The Konocti Council was founded in 1958 to serve Sonoma, Lake and Mendocino counties. The ratio of girls to adults is two to one, among the highest in the nation. There is even a Lone Girl Scout program for those who live in remote areas and cannot attend regular troop meetings. The greatest interest in the current membership campaign has come from Mendocino County, though all areas are attrting new members. The Konocti Girl Scout Council has its headquarters at 583 Summer- field Road in Santa Rosa. Those wishing further information may call Lynn Watson at 538-5472. In Clo- verdale, contact Debbie White at 894-2603. A FullService Florist  Wire Service/deliveries (additional parking in rear lot) "The Cloverdale Flower Shoppe" 240 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Janice Ash, owner Senior Citizens 10% Discount The , Presents a "'. , _t,i. MYSTERY INNER  - -26-91  BBQ Chicken & All the Fixin s $10 N0-Host Bar 5:30 P.M. - Dinner 6:00 P.M. Entertainment: .Senior Citizens Une Dancing BINGO 8.30 P.M. - 11:00 P.M. Veterans Memorial Building I'ickets: Bobbie - 894-3321 or Terry 894-3071 (Limited Number of Tickets at Door) PROFITS TO COMMUNITY PROJECTS Reuser elected President of newly re-activated Chamber A group of about 60 people voted unanmimously last Friday morning to reactivate the Greater Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce, with Bruce Reuser of Reuser, Inc., serving as PresidenL The focus of the newly re-estab- lished Chamber will he based on economic issues facing Coverdale today. "My goal is for a full time, profes- sional Chamber of Commerce dedi- cated to addressing Cloverdale's economic issues", states Executive Director Linda Brown. "Anything less will cheat Cloverdale of what it can accomplish together." According to Linda, if the Cham- her is going to really function in the community for the community, it is going to have to have the financial backing of the community. "If we spend all of our time fundraising, we won't achieve the goals the Chamber is here to accomplish - we defeat our purpose", she says. "Business people are busy running their businesses. We would like the time they can devote to the Chamber spent solving the commu- nity's problems." Linda continued by saying "This is not to say the Chamber of Com- merce should never raise funds with its projects. The key is that its projects must further the Chain- her's adopted objectives fut, and raise money second!" Budget options were presented and discussed. Base dues were set at $120 per year - the equivalent of $10 per month. It was noted that larger businesses have participated in the past with a larger dues investment, and they will be encouraged to con- tinue at a level they believe is their fair share. Dues may he forwarded to the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce, c/o Westamerica Bank, P.O. Box 7, Cloverdale, CA 95425. An office location is expected to he established within the week by the Steering Committee, who are also serving as a temporary Board of Directors. The Steering Committee consists of President Bruce Reuser, Reuscr, Inc,; Judee Pryor, Cloverdale Nurs- ery; Richard Pellegrini, Pellegrinrs Chevron; Gary Templeman, Family Dentist; Ed Biery, Animal Hospital of Cloverdale; Gary McDonald, Citrus Fair;, Nancy Avansino, First American Title; Bill Mills, Clover- dale Lumber; and Executive Direc- tor Linda Brown. Thank you's are extended to Phyllis Schmidt, Cloverdale Coffee Shop, for hosting the meeting place, coffee and donuts for the last two general meetings. The next general meeting will take place on Thursday, Jan. 17, at Bruce Reuser the Citrus Fair Tea Room at 7 a.m. Until an office location is found and a phone connected, messages for Linda may he left at the Clover- dale Nursery, 894-2313, or at Reuser, Inc. 894-4224. Family History Library now open at LDS Church Cloverdale Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is pleased to announce the opening of the new Family History Library. After obtaining the reader ma- chines, microfische and more, the librarians have been trained to help anyone interested in doing family research. Endless sources are avail- "Well, after what seemed like an eternity, his package arrived. It was about 1-1/2" thick with names, dates, places - everything!" For anyone who's ever wondered about their family tree, Cathy sug- gests they gather their family names and bring them into the Family History Library. "You will gain so able. much getting to know your ances- Cathy Farris has spent many months reseaching her family's his- tory, and she's had many exciting trips to the mailbox this past year.. "Recently I was referred to a man in Alabama named Fan'is. I didn't think too much would come of it he- cause most of Gary's family came from Kentucky. I was wrong. "One day I went to the mailbox and found a letter from him. He said he was going to send me some in- formation in a few days linking our Farris line back to 1662 Wales! At the bottom of his letter he added, 'Chew on your naills til it get there!' mrs", she says. Beginners and advanced research- ers are welcome. All of the records in Salt Lake City are available by ordering the micro-film. The rec- ords in Salt Lake are worldwide and not limited to LDS church members. The Family History Library, located within the church complex at 28775 Redwood Hwy. So., is open Wednesday, Noon to 9 p.m. and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Directors of the Family History Library are Mary Lou Allen and Betty Fowler. .lanuarv 9. 1991 Cioverdale Reveille Pace 3 Manager Mike Nix.on in a typical pose - up to his elbows in pizza dough/ Pizza at Papa's is a mouth-wateri ng treat ! Something new is always happen- ing at Papa's Pizza Cafe - like the recent introduction of a delicious variety of new pizzas. A Thin Crust Pizza has been developed, which, according to manager Mike Nixon "is quite a bit lighter than our regular crust." There's even a Whole Wheat Crust Pizza which Mike says is "really beginning to catch on". Whole Wheat Pizza is available in both thin and thick crusts. For a "south of the border" flavor, Papa's has created a mexican-style pizza, dubbed Padre's Pizza. This comes in both a thick or thin crust, with refried beans, salsa, taco meat, lettuce, tomato, cheddar cheese and sour cream on the side. Papa's Pesto Pizza or the Sonoma Garden Style Pizza, a combination pesto/regular sauce pizza, includes all the spices and flavors of both pesto and Papa's traditional sauce. Another delicious alternative is the Brazilian Style Pizza which substitutes sliced tomatoes, fresh garlic chunks and oregano for pizza sauce! If you don't happen to be in the mood for pizza, why not try Papa's eight foot Taco-Salad bar. A one trip plate with a choice of soup is now on special through the winter for only $4.75. Papa's is located at 117 E. First Street, in the heart of downtown Cloverdale. They deliver in town every night from 5 to 9 p.m. Take- and-Bake pizza is also available, and Take-Our orders are welcome anytime. Dynamic duo of Lish & Fayter not enough to defeat Clear Lake By Brian Sumpter Jason Lish gunned in 14 points and Josh Fayter added 13 here Friday night but it wasn't enough as the Cloverdale High School junior varsity boys' basketball team fell 59-45 to the Clear Lake Cardi- nals in the North Central League I opener for both teams. The undefeated Cardinals picked the boards clean at both ends in the first quarter to establish a 21-8 lead and the two teams played an almost even game the rest of the way. "We missed our shots underneath in the first quarter and didn't get any second chances," Cloverdale coach Mike Dunsing said. "We weren't getting any rebounds and they were getting two or three shots every time," Dunsing added. Cloverdale, 3-5 on the season and 0-1 league, also got nine points from Matt Wall. Fayter had the team's lone 3-pointer. The Eagles played at Upper Lake Tuesday and will he home Friday against Willits. The game tips offat 6 p.m. o L:} o O o o O o o o  o o O o o O  d:} = o_ o___o o o o 0._____.__%o o o o o o o o o o I-- :-INTRODUCING:_.: ,: o / o I--- SDA Church, 1085 S. Cloverdale Blvd.  ? o /o l X _ _ (North_Comer of Cloverdale Blvd. and Elbridge) t o /.., 0 o o o o o o o o o_o o o o,,00o III I I ,s ,s-o-o o - I I.._ : f J '_ ',--5t,,,' r a " L: ! _ I . ..,  l t: .,; i r.-,,.v ',a',   .=> . 3.g ,:. C =, .  .v g