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February 6, 1980

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p.ses of the Past Manzanit JACK HOWELL the 80&apos;s are upon world looks for- a new decade with problems, more tess inflation and pipe dreams to to mention lets 100 and see folks of our over. ecerpts are from ale Reveille of % which the Society are in Most of these 1880's and 90's by Wm. (Bill) was a native of been born 1880's in a on Jefferson e. Bill's the first white Cloverdale, she out of the and became a in her declining operated a small Paper stand on Her daughter married to Clem who was f Buffer's market, Butler and They occupied the Foodland tOday and the They also :/ ! owned and operated the locker plant which now houses a section of the First National Bank, next door to the Dilley Ins. Co. Mrs. Butler was one of the original telephone operators and ran the exchange for many years. Bill who passed on in 1974, was the Grand Marshal in the Citrus Fair parade in 1972, the same year the first History of Cloverdale was written and published. He was the author and the Historical Society was the publisher. No more copies of this book are available, it was a sell out. We miss Bill, he was an inspiration to everyone and always had a yarn to spin, or an amusing anecdote to relate. Its not many who return to their home towns in their sunset years and undertake such an endeavor as he did, but he enjoyed every minute of it and he loved Cloverdale, his birthplace. So in memory of Bill and his sister Louise let's take off our hats to some grand people. Dec. 1880: A Chinese male was arrested for burglary and was sent to the county jail, where it was discovered he had small-pox. He was taken at once to the "pest house" Brown and Quackenbushes are also confined to the county jail and stand a good chance of cheating the Sheriff out of an unpleasant duty ! Mrs. Groshong, a recent resident of this fair city passed on afler being thrown from a wagon and received quite a shock therefrom. Her death however, was due to heart failure. About 1000 turkeys got out of a coop at the deopt Saturday while awaiting shipment to some distant city. They were rounded up with much dispatch and returned to their prisons. When a Chinese male was saved from drowning and pulled out by his pigtail he feebly murmured, "Thank Queue". HC. Bale of Lake County "drove" 198 turkeys to Cloverdale. they drive splendidly, but his speculation came out had. He paid too much for them - droves of fat hogs arrived recently for shipment to hungry Californians. They were very fat, having been fed on acorns They say that Sara Ber- nhardt's kiss is a cross bet- ween the suction of a force pump and the explosion of an over-fermented yeast keg tit wasn't stated whether the editor had personal ex- perience, or was just quoting an over-zealous suitor of the famous star of the stage). Continued on page 14 center president of Theta Zeta Sorority welcomes pledges Bonnie Wlodarczvk. h, ft Mathis at a luncheon last week. 'lian Catholic Federation ?5 meeting, the in- he Molinari to Casa Carina San Francisco in We were able to sum to the for the aged in Plans are to go ina bus, , and Tollini is in after touring ' go to dinner. are for April I ., as the Casa plans I.C.F. will he held at the home of Mr. & Mrs. Steve Soldavini in Geyserville on Feb. 21st at 8 p.m. Everyone present at the meeting ac- cepted the cordial invitation of the Soldavini's since they have not been able to attend meetings for a long time. Mr. Jack Ratto has been transferred from Healdsburg Hospital to Manzanita Manor. He welcomes visitors. Lena Ambrogini, who recently underwent surgery, is reported February 9th. Attendance is improving and thanks go to all who support this function. the trip. progressing nicely. < Iz Welcome but   Y-'  dono are The next monthly card  .  Xt itl- party will he held at St. nleeting of the Peter's Hall on Saturday, I=* '     Cerd Pnrty ; o Q uled Feb. 9th at 8 p.m. is Pinochle and Agnes Sim- o " --11 II 'lll the monthly mons, low; others winning  . 5 llandadoorPeter'sHall" prizes were : LuTyler'Al i  i Mario. *ll,.,ms. are awarded and Caroline Hagen. In [   -Players Pedro Louie Luciani was  io  i o0000,.be i j ' J'nuary party, The public is cordially I j  X ,m llll Was high in invited. O Manor Musings By LINDA GAYLOR VOI.L'NTEER ()F TIlE MoNTll This week we at Manzanita Manor would like to honor a volunteer. This lady does so much, that we would like to take this time to say thank you, Helen Campbell, we are very happy to have you with us. She is one who has done so much not only for our hospital but for our Com- munity also. Mrs. Campbell is a widow soon to be 73 years young in April. She lives at Briarwood Trailer Park and is an aide at the Elementary School. She has been vice president of the Volunteers for the past 2 years and is also on the Heart Fund Team. She is on the Manor bingo team and plays with the Senior Citizen's Band who comes up to the Nursing Home. Keep up the good work. Helen Campbell. we love you. On Tuesday January 29, 1980, Canine Companions Trainer Carrie Knaus brought "Burr", an 8 month old black Standard Poodle to visil with the residents and lhc staff. Burt works at Pelaluma Convalescent ttospial as a "social" dog a,d is being trained to go from room to room to greet r:idenls and visit on a regular dally basis. He is obedience trained and it has been proven that dogs of this lype have been of great lheraputic value to geriataic patients who are withdrawn. noncommunicative and nonactive. He has a ball thaI he carries in his mouth which he uses to stimulate the patients to play ball promoting exercies, physical therapy and speech therapy. Manzanita Manor will have it's own Social Dog in 2 ronths, lle is being trained now at a hospital in Ventura, Calif. At thai time, it will be necessary to have a home in the community to place it in. Preferably, it will be a working family who would like to have a dog, but does not want to leave it home all day alone. They would be gelling a beautiful 10 month- old white Standard Poodle, Trained and worth several hundred dollars for only a $25 commitment fee and he would be theirs for a won- derful family pet with all care incomo4ax deduclable, and Wednesday, February 6, 1980 Pa while Ihey are at work, he would be here making our residents happy. Anyone who is a dog lover and inlerested in helping people, call Jan Freeman at Manzanita Manor, Mon. thru Fr. 894-5201 for more in- formation. 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