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February 6, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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February 6, 1980

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Page 12 - Wednesday, February 6, 1980 ', 8"- • . /" :i::.:. 'N Thinga ,• ::',., m IIII I II By Nobody in Particular * , SOME THINGS THAT ARE HAPPENING IN CLOVER- DE t rol Ojeda said she was going to support everything that wa going on for the "Miracle of Vienna"• She is going to the Clverdole Police Dept. basketball game, the Homemade Rvioli and Spaghetti Feed, the Fair Booth and Exhibit, coect batteries for Cloverdale Auto Parts, buy donation tickets for those beautiful ceramics that Dorris Ferrari is maing (which are or will he at the Orange Tree) and is ting money in the Merchants cans. Ney Carol, don't forget to have lunch at the Hi Fi cause they are donating some of their profits to the Band, and then remember to have all your printing done at Clover Graphics who have been doing lots of printing with good discounts to all involved with helping the Band. It hasn't been decided what to do with the two lambs Si Francis has donated, but keep in touch! Save all your junk too! And then there are the clubs and ledges giving benefits and Low Lampson who is carrying around a little red jar and "accepting" donations for the Band. (Don't laugh, she made $8tne meeting and has already put it in the bank.) fyou have time, you might want to go bowling, they are he)ing too. And because of John Meier the now defunct CMCverdale Jaycees are going to give their whole bank balance to the fund, which is something like over $700. (That wil just require a nice thank you or a kiss, depending on how wel you know the group.) Sclaini Hardware has donated a net shed (valued at $300) and there should be some publicity ou|on that. xen't you involved with the Fire Dept. Aux. If so, at the nei it meeting will you tell them they are appreciated, not just for the donation but for all the great work and sacrifice they do! as firemen. Oh, oh, I almcst forgot, be sure you have a suiscription to the Cloverdale Reveille• If you don't, go sul scribe now, they're giving a donation to the Band with eviry single subscription! arol, I can't remember everything that's going on, but w 'll keep on trying to get a list together along with a list from th˘ parents organization and keep everyone informed as to at's happening. As you know, in every newly organized g up there are kinks to work out. We're gettin' there but it all takes time so bear with us. ps! I almost forgot! The Women's Club who by the way is)ne of the most ardent and strong supporters of Mr. C. and th Cloverdale High School Band are putting on a Card Party wih all "donations" to go to the Band• Be there if you can. (I knpw you'll try!) l The Women's Improvement Club is giving a Card Party on February 25,1980 at 1 p.m. At the Masonic Temple. All donations to go to the Band. tote: Stella Planck said. that eveyone is invited to attend ar there will be plenty of room because they have access to th whole building. So all of Cloverdale, and you too Carol Oi a, please be there to help the Band. MEMORIAL FUND he Vadon family are donating to the Cloverdale High Sc! Band Fund in loving memory of the two family nmmbers who recently passed away illiam Shipley (son of Dr. Shipley)" was horn and raised in Clverdale and was i graduate of the Class of 1920. lice Caldwell Roberts (San Deigo) was 95 years old when sattended the CHS Class Reunion about two years ago. Alice was a graduate of the Class of 1900 and was the oldest gduate attending the reunion• ONE MORE REASON ne of the reasons Carol Ojeda is helping the Band, even thigh she didn't have kids in the Band, is her remembering (hpride and good times when she was in Mr. C.'s Chorus. SI remembers the 7 a.m. walk to the high school to he on tid for the early morning chorus practice. As she put it, sang off key, I really enjoyed it! Mr. C. is great, he you could communicate with. He could com- te with all the kids. He's Great!" • S• Carol, will you please ask the Mayor if he would put a sign out in front of the building so that when our Sister City B.C.) comes during the Citrus Fair they will everyone in Cloverdale is helping to send our band to ,.A.R:P. to nn "arwood se informative program "Youth Consultation is planned for members on February |t Briarwood clubhouse. Phillips, of will premat this subject after the I meeting which will [ amenceat l:30p.m. Mrs..[ has been active in J local recreation | for youth and all! ! a reminder that flume] ; can have free on Income Tax on February 7 and 21 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the American Association Retired Persons meets at Briarwood and interested persons to ;nd and become nted. Local Church Women United represented at Sacramento Church Women United in" Cioverdale-Geyserville were represented by five women at the anntial No. California-No. Nevada meeting of CWU on January 25th in Sacramento. Dr. Thelma Adair, Deputy Geyserville. Geyserville Christian Church will host the gathering and serve lunch. The United Church of Cloverdale women will be in charge of the program. Church Women United is a national organza tion through which Christiarwomen of all faiths join to exlress their ,common faith and work. All women are welcome. Vice-President of the Daddy Daugh National organization of == ter CWU was the speaker. She challenged the assembly to "light up the 80's with faith, prayer, and action". Following the luncheon, Elberta • Mouat, vice- president of the local CWU was installed as Area Chairperson for the Central Redwoods area, and Stella Planck,, who held that position previously, was installed as member of the Nominating Committee Class of 1962. Jeanetta West, local president, Freda Travjs, secretary, Ruth Godden, Therese Wens, Pastor West and Larry Mouat also at- tended the meeting. World Day of Prayer on Friday, March 7, 1980 will he the next meeting of the local group which represents ten churches in Cloverdale and The good word for today: Ashes By PHYLLIS SJOBLOM TEXT: I have heard of Thee by the hearing of the ear, but now mine eyes seeth Thee; wherefore I abhor myself and repent in dust and ashes. Job 42:6. In the Old Testament .when we read of ashes they usually bespeak sadness, shame, or abject "sorrow. In a spirit of mourning or repentence Gods people denned sackcloth and either sat in, or applied to their heads, ashes, in the hope that God would observe their regret and forgive their sins. A good example of this is found in the Book of Jonah,. third chapter. When Jonah prophesied to the Ninevehites of the wrath to come they repented in ashes and sack cloth, and God relented and did not send the promised calamity• Sometimes, either through ignorance or outright! disobedience we find our- selves standing amidst the "ashes" of our broken dreams, broken homes, or, broken lives; and we can see no way out of our griof. The mess around us is absolutely hopeless• Beloved, it is at precisely thia instant, when we realize we have erred and are helpless, that we may seek God in repentence and find Him. God hellm thoee who can not help the mee]ves. If you have only known God by the "hearing of the ear" now is the time to meet Him personally, in the Person of His Son• He will give you '% .beauty for ashes, the oil of joy for mourning, the gar- ment of praise for the spirit of heaviness••.". (Isaiah 61:3) Measured by any yardstick that is an excellent trade, and it  one transaction that you will never regret making. -to meet every SncI Menu Fred Young and Company dinner Friday Feb. 8 By DORIS HILL Girls", a Heavenly ex- Girls and their fathers of the Primary Organization. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will enjoy a special, "Daddy-daughter dinner" to he held on Friday February 8. The purpose of the dinner is to provide a special evening of enjoyment for dads and their daughters, a time to be together and get to know each other a little better.' The theme for this year dinner is "Thank Heaven for Little perience ! Those participating will be Kristi Lile and-her daddy Ray. Michelle Lile and her "Daddy" for the evening, Malcolm Ross; Mary Allen and her father Joseph Allen. Tina Mc'Connell will enjoy the company of Tim Tanner, and Carrie Kunde will be in the company of her "Daddy" for the evening, Roger Pate. The dinner is part of the yearly program of the Merry Miss classes in Primary, under the direction .of teachers Susie Rose and Geri Mossi. Wednesday, Feb. 6 Cole Slaw Barbecued Chicken Green Beans Wholewheat Bread Fresh Fruit Thursday, Feb• 7 Lettuce-Tomato Salad Spaghetti w-Meat Balls Italian Vegetables French Bread Sliced Peaches Friday. Feb. 8 Green Salad Roast Turkey w-Gravy Rice Pilaf Broccoli Fruit Jello MondaypFeb. 11 Cole Slaw Frankfurter w-Mustard Baked Beans Mixed Vegetables Plums Tuesday, Feb. 12 Meatloaf w-Gravy Mashed Potatoes Brussel Sprouts Wholewhea t Bread Pudding .•.. • .....•......•..•.....•.•...•.-.:......-.:.....•...,.....-.......-.-......:.:.:.:-:.:.;.:.:-'...:.? ..... -........?: :! ........................................................ . ......................................... iii Cloverdale i!i t iil California Nestled 'mong trees, growing trees tall and straight, Thrive in the Eighty miles from the Golden refreshing breeze. Gate, Lies a city of friendly air, The home of the famous Citrus Fair. A climate mild throughout the year, The Russian River flowing near: If for real sport you have been wishing- Well this river affords some dandy fishing ! Flowers bloom around; Good schools and too. are found. Children playing there Vie with the other rare. Graceful mountain sentinels stand Guard o'er the green and fertile land. Vineyards, orange and olive Better friends one meets Than the friendly people its streets. A lovely spot is this vale- God bless the Cloverdale ! Funeral Directors Cloverdale Area Church Directory * Locally Owned Since 1859 .Funeral Services with dignity need .Complete traditional services . Memorials .Ground Burial * Immediate cremations . Burial •Insurance available . No membership fees .No extra charge 50 mile radius We recommend pre-need arrangements 24 hour immediate services TeleFkOm 435-3329 er 894-2540 Healdsburg - Cloverdale - Windsor $ Seventh-Day Adventist ChurCh UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Meeting With The United Church of Cloverdale Phone 894-2039 Sunday Worship, It a.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 450 Healdsburg Avenue Pastor, John Powell Randy Boone, Assoc. Pastor , Phone 894-3274 Sunday: • Bible Teaching Program 9:45am. Morning Worship Hour, It a.m. SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH 28775 Redwood Highway S. Pastor - Dale Woicott Phone: 894-5703 Saturday: Sabbath School at 9:30am. Worship Service at l 1:00 a.m. Sislers of Service (SOS) on 2rid & 41h Tuesday Family Prayer Fellowship Wednesday at 7: 30 p. m. ANTIOCH MISSIONARY Church Training Program, BAPTIST MISSION 473 Cioverdale Blvd. Ken liams Mission Represent alive NEIGHBORHOOD CHURCH Christian and Missionary Alliance 28 Tarman Drive Phone 894-3445 Growlh Groups - 9:30 am Sunday Worship- 10:30 am Evening Service- 6:00 pm Bible St udy. Thurs. - 7:00 pm BAHA'I FAITH OAT VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH Highway 128 Hey. D.F. Hieter Phone 894-3107 Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship. 11 a.m. Evening Service. 6 p.m. Midweek Service. Wednesday, 7 pro. 131 Dina Street Church Ph. 894-2998 UNITED CHURCH CLOVERt Continuing of the Congregation and the t'nited Robert Kersey. Minister Phone 894-2039 Sunday Worship 1 Child care av Firesides: Monday morniugs l0 a.m. Friday evenings 8 p. m. t'hildren's Classes Junior Youth Youth Please call for more infornmlion and-or lileralure 894-4172 PARKSIDE CHRISTIAN CHAPEL 5"13 West Second Street Rev. Richard Riles Phbne 894-2893 Sunday School. 9: 45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Service. 6 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST Minister: Robert W. Churchill 894-5063 Sunday BibleStud' 10 Sunday Morn. l I a.m. Sunday Ew 4 p.m. Sunday School, 10a.m. Bible Study and Prayer Wed Evening Evening Worship Hour. Morning Worship, l I a.m. Wthlesday. 7 p.m. 76 Tarman Dr. 6 p.m. Evening Worship, 6 pro. Da,sy & Prims " Wednesday: Midweek Service Wednesday. 7 p. m. Midweek Services. Thursday Night, 7 p.m. CHURCH OF WMC-AIi Ladies Welcome ST. PETER'S 7p.m JESUS CHRIST Thursday. oan, CATHOLIC GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH CHURCH OF GOD OF PROPHECY 890 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Pastor Rev. Norman M, Redeker t33-3835 894-2330 Sunday .iorning Worship 9:00 a.m. Sunday School 10: ISa.m. 7ad & Commercial (;range Hall A.W. West, Pastor Phone 894-3595 Thursday. 7 p.m. Young People Sunday 9:45 a.m. & 6 pro. OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 287.5 Redwood Hwy. So. Claude K Williams. Branch President Phone 894-2032 Sunday Priesthood Meeting. 8:30a.m. Sunday School 10am. Sunday Sacrament Meeting. 4:30p.m. Primary, Wed.. 4 p.m. Relief Society Tuesday, 7:30p.m. EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD i 12 N. Main Street Priest in Charge Hey. Marvin Bowers 894-5719 Sunday Holy Comnmnion. 9 a.m. CHURCH OUR LADY M T. CARM EL Redwood Hi Phone 894-2535 Saturday Evening 5 p.m. Sunday Mass ( Asti ). 8:30am. Daily Mass (Clovd.) 7:30a.m. Sunday Mass tClvd.) i iii . . II i i II II qe I I IIIII IJ DOMENIcHELLI THE ENCORE J. PEDRONcELLI REAL ESTATE ,t. S. C,overdale Blvd. WINERY 1220 Canyon ld &57-3619 14-9944 t;eyscrville j I II I I I [I I ,e .............. i • II [ 104N. Cioverdake Blvd. 114-33f11