Newspaper Archive of
Cloverdale Reveille
Cloverdale, California
February 13, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
PAGE 5     (5 of 24 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 5     (5 of 24 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
February 13, 1980

Newspaper Archive of Cloverdale Reveille produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2021. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

can Legion iary illiam Russell Ledford Unit 293 ETTA the Cloverdale held their first of 1980, hostesses so again Unit Legion rescue, the hostesses. important Theresa Flynn, Lee Irene Reck. thanks these forth at a notice to serve on ,ool is plan- a Supertooth students. and has come OUt. is a public Program of the Dental Service and ad- prepaid dental vering over 20 California's ". Supertooth is a ClaSsroom mouth- a to improve the of California The dental provides the ; the students Will be those have signed a child's The volunteers the flouride .Oversee that the his teeth will a training, in- seSSion, so that i. The in general cavity by So far the from the volunteered: Elsie Karr, Viola Mack, We need volunteers, so Americanism Chairman, Aria Mae Bogner, of the Auxiliary along with the Cloverdale Lions Club, will this month go to Jefferson School and present to each second grader an American flag, a flag sticker, a brochure on how to display the American flag. Poppy making has started at the California Veterans Home, with Jean Wallace of Healdsburg, as the Poppy Production chairman. The local unit, under the direction of chairman Claudia Reck, Poppy Chairman, is planning for a group of the members of our unit to go to Yountville and spend the day helping the veterans make poppies, in preparation for Poppy Day which will be held in May. Donna Wooldridge National Security Chairman, says that everything is in readiness for April clinic on Cancer Detection, which will be sponsored by the auxiliary free of charge to any person in the community free. This program is the first conducted in Cloverdale, it is conducted with the super- vision of the Cancer Society, the doctors, nurses, volun- teers, a film, and the Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital as the readers of the test. Lee Silvers, Auxiliary Emergency Program chairman reported receiving information on this strictly auxiliary program. This is an emergency program designed to help any auxiliary member who might need assistance immediately. You must have been a fnember of the auxiliary for five years to take advantage of this program. The local auxiliary contributes to this fund yearly to help maintain this program. This is the only program the auxiliary has that is strictly for auxiliary members. February I1 was the third district meeting held in Calistoga, with Calistoga today: Post and Unit 231 as the be held On hostesses. twentieth of Girls Stater and alternate is Americanism is at present being screened of the at the high school with Jane course every Nervo, Counselor, and we are sin, but busy with our Citrus Fair is a special Queen candidate, Lynne bisn time. Colin. Jefferson School BETTA again this )me exciting there, with through this week all of ten children trip to the and learned and delivering teter you put mail box, do happens to get it to its If you have a I'll bet to tell you, new learning the Post Office. office, for this op- through are a come each day for who have un- Arts two the half are with the It is children to is for adults the students arts) paper paper), Some fairy Bears, Jack , etc., ald my road, to it was in front of were a great as well in in front really did a their first afternoon Voluntary Action Center of Sonoma County put on a workshop for teachers, aides, volunteers etc., in Santa Rosa on Mendocino Ave. Workshops offered were: tutoring skills for volunteers aides, assertiveness. Essential for volunteer survival, recruitment and retention of volunteers in schools, time management, handling difficult behavior, and children with special needs. The workshops were great, and all who went from Cloverdale Jefferson School came away exhilirated, because they were doing as well as other schools in the area, and in some areas were doing better, and had a lot to offer in the workshops. Attending this workshop were Dick Johnson, Lou Thompson, Aide and president of PTA; Jenene Robinson, Teachers Aide; Pattie Cavaganaro, teachers aide and member of the SITE Council; Helen Campbell full time volunteer in Zagorites and Coons third grade, and Dena Gambetta, volunteer aide coordinator and teachers aide. These ladies will probably be reporting at the next In- service Meeting, and so if you would like to hear more on how to help your child in the workshop areas mentioned, why not come to the Irmerviee training? We will keep you informed as to the date. Joanne Peck is on leave studying music in Hungary, and she sent the district the following quotation: "Each second we live in a new and unique moment of the univers, a moment that never was before and will never be again." And what do we teach our children in School? We teach them that two and two make four, and that Paris is the capital of France. When will we also teach them Continued on page 7 , w. Wednesday, February 13, 1980- Page 5 II qllq m b'uary m.=.m |='|i .... F'DnTERs IRONSTONE BOWLS  Ru0KI, hamlsome 7" diameter bowls m assorted patterns & coke. "/ TEFLON 10" ' '"" " FRY PAN EN An outstanding value, by Fesco , 2oo 211oo ,,,/ Y/=/ ...... / STACK MUGS , ' t  " [ Size: 3'" x 3". 114  i i ' i an4 parnp V [ I _  V B EACH K,,,,CH S " -- I,I [/ /' " ./' / PILLOW TUBING 7  \\; PA,R00 / FLATWARE ! xTix Agreatidearto l T L l iiR #' V Knives, forks, I fight inflation | I 11 !I I I ""'"'"" / till It 000,.oon, ! 2..,. 411.00 k/k,, t "" :"'t ",.L'J l...ow00oo PAl R PAIR , 18" x 24 ' matching bed pllk)ws I LUSH FUR RUGS 1.9 LITRE I 18" x 30" in beautiful colors. Slight FL O R A L i irregularities make these a great buy. AIR POT For hot or cold beverages. ,/, bPal STATIONERY SPECIAL Boxed envelopes in 6%" or 10" size, or ruled wrttno tablet. your choice 57* \\; / 12"x 12" VELOUR TOWEL ENSEMBLE Wash Ooth DOGWOOD PATTERN $1 Pink, blue or gold prints. Special purchase for this sale. 16" x 26"  Bath Towel $2 EACH / ECONOMY BROOM 2oo Reg. 2.49 \\; LADIES PANTIES Top quality briefs in pastel shades \\; SNACKTIME CANDLES A delicious treat any time. YOUR CHOICE , 21100 / 790 S. Cloverdale Blvd. 8900$331 NASONIC I