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nzanita Mussings AGED r ..... my faltering I lured: ears today they say: that my slow: coffee today: smile) who *bile: SaY, "You've told who know the ways to bring hack memories of yesterdays: who make it known that I'm loved, respected, and not alone, who ease the days on my journey Home in loving ways. Mary E3ther Walker AGED & OLD Does anyone know what these two words mean? I looked them up in a dic- tionary. And I want to share with you what the dictionary said. And then what I think they mean. AGED: Length of lifetime of persons and things make or become older. OLDER: Far advanced in years of time. Of age. Former ancient experienced. Former time. I'II go along with most of those definisions but I have a few of my own. I. They're human. 2. And a lot are in our nursing homes sick and lonely Needing to be told that they are loved and have a friend 3. They're our mother's and father's. 4. They're people who have taken care of us when we were sick. They saw after us night and day worrying about US. Think about it. Put a smile on an elderly man and woman's face in a Nursing Home today. You'll be glad you did. They're really beautiful people ! Before closing I would like to give my thanks to Jan Freeman for all the help she has given me in writing all these articles for the paper. You have been a big help. Please keep it up. of the Past Feb. 4, day as the mam- of Stetsons will be Opera Washburn all the to make up produeUon; cents. this grand Peculiarly speaks of the moral classic. Citrus Fair 18th to the ap- Director T.B. Wilson; Premiums - and Simon Ir L. C. and Humbert. hoped to falling doubtful it you see they too, but the to coin a did in this despite the there was and ac- sources, may not be attendance Years! The are to for their and Les with water stetson hat the whole to those to the Under urn- the.- thing, and always he of a kind special Winners, on Miscellaneous Meats Lenten S becials of the down to All well must time as And Hulbert from Boonville once again captured first prize in their garden display. As a note of interest at this point I would like to point out that in our exhibit in the Tea- room we had a small cup with "Citrus Fair - 1910" printed on it which Clarence has had all those years; so they are no newcomers to this event. Well we will look forward to next year's Fair and send in some special orders for surhine; see you there. P.S. Did Superman ever answer the phone? It's always interesting to read how folks lived in bygone days, sometimes we long for those days but I'm sure those folks did the same because they had their problems and dreams of better days also. The following excerpts from the Cloverdale Reveille in 1880 will give you an idea about their predecessors: Mr. A. Davis of the Cheap Cash Store is out in the hills on a peddling tour! (Now there's an idea the Merchants Assoc. can kick around.) Fresh venison is coming into town every day (on foot or horseback). All tourists who visit Alder Glen Springs pronounce the waters ex- cellent. Messrs. Grant and Bently are kept busily employed blowing the bellows, shaping woodwork for buggies, pounding iron and shoeing horses, these boys make a full team. A picture gallery would pay in Cloverdale. It is a much needed institution and would receive a good patronage. (Thats the way we feel in 1980 about a Museum). Fruit is beginning to come into season and symptoms of "Cramp Colic" rileth the man who eateth too much. If we are not mistaken we saw the ice machine a few days ago enroute for the sulphur creek mills, now we should keep cool! Mr. D. Etheridge purchased the residence of W.S. Walker on the corner opposite Capt. John Fields, it was sold at a bargain? We believe in the prevailing opinion that Cloverdale will retain her position as an incorporated city. Campers are thick in Mendocino County. Every available corner that affords feed and level sleeping is taken up. (Nowadays you have to make a reservation to camp anywhere, but at least you don't need feed if that's any consolation. ) A man recently was choked almost to death and destroyed his power of speech when he swallowed a garter button. We have said a thousand times that some serious trouble would come of this custom of unbottoning 'your shoes with your teeth. Poetry was in abundance in those days, one I thought bore repeating: "Waists were made to hug, tonges were made to tune, arms were made to circle the girls, and lovers were made to spoon. Eyelids were made to droop, cheeks were made to blush, hair was made to curl an friz, and lips were made to--oh hush!" A boy who has never sat down on a bumble-bee or stepped on a rusty nail has not fulfilled his mission. Born in Cloverdale to the wife of C.A. Williams - a daughter. James W. Thrum still con- tinues to do first class work as a painter. This week he is engaged in sanding and painting the fence in the front of John H. Bowmans residence. When you want first class work done call on "Jim". The newly appointed Sup. of schools Mr. Shuck comes to us well recom- mended as a man possessing rare scholastic attainments, and emminently qualified for the duties on which he will soon enter (boy that's a mouhtful). Dr. Tanner in New York continued his fast now in its 25th day, he is indignant of the reports that he is failing, a manger offered him $600 per week to complete his fast at a theatere; (no relation to the present manager of the Reveille to my knowledge) Meanwhile in Oakland there are increasing rumors about the discovery of gold bearing quartz in Redwood canyon near Morga Valley, Contra Costa County. Two assays of $44,000 and $43,000 have been taken up, farmers have welded their plowshares into picks, and have tern- pored their pastoral shovels to stand the wear of quartz mining. Just imagine what that would be like today with gold in the $700 an ounce bracket? There would be a lot of instant millionaires to go along with all the other instant commodities we live with today. in "Total Health" booth ran hngh R th Kin and Monday at 5:00 p.m. as the this record: Kei " g Fair ended. Winner was Miles Buck. Lester Phillips. A community Health In- LIQUOR, BEER, WINE SALE s were Three second place prizes Citrus were awarded Alex Fassio, by the Gall Rosenthal, and Dennis booth  Wood, all of Cloverdale. They can choose between a free 2- lb. loaf of homemade whole salad, wheat bread and a free wheat vegetarian'cookbook. a grip All winners of the daily grip raking strength contest reached the end of the scale, squeezing in were at 440 pounds.. Honors were as follows: Friday - Rick Persons Rilea, Saturday - Tim Vadon, for the Sunday - Robert Lopez, and a free Monday - a three way tie to Herb Nunn, Mike Wlodarczyk Tom and Jim Rilea. Two members of the SDA ticket congregation also equalled terest Survey was conducted as fair-goers meandered by. The results will be published at a later date, and classes will he scheduled according to interest expressed. Already scheduled are a Five-Day Stop Smoking Plan for March 30 - April 3, a Coronary Risk Evaluation, April 27, and a Vegetarian Cooking class for mid-May. For further information on any of the above programs call 894-3201. It looks as though Cloverdale will be seeing healthy results from its fair far into 1980, brought to you by your local Adventist friends. Wednesday, February 27, 1980- Page 13 ! i el / / I Manzanita Manor Gt',aduates l'hoto by Janice Graduation exercises for the Nursing Assistant Certification Course were held Thursday, Feb. 21 at Manzanita Manor. Graduating were: Michel Ruiz, Maryjane Davis, Laura Ramey, Stormy Brown, in back row. Center row, Ann Traglia. Jody Waldrop. Ida Machad and Kris Kelly. Front row, Tammy Gonzals, Doree Brezil, Wanda Pittinger. Absent, Connie Artega. Photo by Janice Asparagus N0r00em Great with ,  4 Ro. NuMade 00_ 89* OO" m Tomatoes ,Medium Large J A .L Size, I UC ,, s Ounces Vine Ripe `r m.IO Cu00cumb00 Chuck Roast Canned Ham Super SeleCtea. 10 c 0nions u.s..1 ib.5 Zucchini Squash Goo00 So 29 Many Ways! lb. 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