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March 5, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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March 5, 1980

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Jefferson has just Life in and are now month for this there were this vicinity, are not as South of place on There are living and many their here in several our and so Indians, culture ture (Did you even , =YOU, that colleg/oUr if you very rainy Citrus Fair was held or so. Our and abled of the and so this in folks to elephants to so that all COUld see an and to be how he of the on the a great ex- students, what an larger up- as in a never able to and feel an there was at Jef- the huge CIrCus as Maria at Jef- you the morning William Russell Ledford Unit 293, American Legion Auxiliary along with the Cloverdale Lions Club distributed flags and flag decals and a pamphlet on how to display the flag and how to respect the flag. This program is an on-going program, with each year each second grader receiving this information. Polly Lile, Pat Knight and Barbara Fontana's second gra.ders were recipients of the flag and the flag information. Representing the Auxiliary through their Americanism Program at the flag ceremony were Arla Mae Bogner, Americanism Chairman, Theresa Tollini, President and Claudia Reck a member of the Drill team and the Poppy Poster Contest chairman. Lions Club was represented by Marie Michelon. The auxiliary deems it an honor to cooperate with the Lions Club in this worthwhile program. There were still a few children who were choosing their RIF books this week due to being absent when they were distributed the first of the month. The first graders are having centers in the pre- historic animal motif this week, and they are having fun, while they are learning. Did you ever try to see how many two letter words you could come up with the word Dinasaur (in,as,etc.) ? Dick Johnson, our project co-ordinator has been very busy this past week or so compiling, and researching and writing up a program to secure a grant from the federal government for an improved math program. We'll keep you in touch if the program is accepted, and we get the grant. There were many volunteer aides present this week, after the Citrus Fair lull.So you see everyone is working hard because they love your child, and want the very best for him-her in their educational field. We had an lnservice meeting for the aides, this week, but will tell you about that next week since space does not permit to print this week Washington el reports )n School really lot ac- Our was our we had 8c13oo dance, can Proud of hot that if it get the we hired a Hea[d- Strobe sound of other dance Student council meeting, we voted on and passed the idea to raise money for the high school band to go to Vienna. As of now, we don't know exactly what kind of a project we will do, but it may possibly be a magazine sale. Whatever it is, we will do our best to raise as much money as possible. As president of this school, I can tell you that our student council is getting things accomplished. I will be keeping you informed on our activities each week, so stay tuned ! We would like to thank Neva Goodman and Susie Garcia from the Bank of America for escorting our students of the month to Mai's Care where Phyllis Schmidt treated everyone to a delicious luncheon. Thank you Neva, Susie and Phyllis! Card party to h00ld March 8th high - Frank Astell and low - lone Pellegrini. Other prizes at St. to pinochle players were at awarded to: Jessse Swift, s $1 per Phyllis Dudley, G.F. Sousa, prizes Marie Akesson, Esther given Sousa. Card Guests are reminded to make up a table so that no one will be disappointed by not being able to play. The public is cordially invited to attend. Wednesday, March 5, 1980- Page 7 Citrus Squares Dance Club News Garden "'Lluo California, and we are so night. By DOROTHY CALLWELL The February meeting of the Green Thumb Garden Club met in the home of Mary Smith with Shirley Carlson and Helen Furber co- hostesses. There was appreciative applause fo r Agnes Hulbert and all those who helped her make our garden at the Citrus Fair so delightful. Quilt blocks were handed out to members so that they could get busy embroidering the musical squares designed by Rudy Pflug. This will be raffled as part of our pledge of $500 to the Vienna Band Fund. The program for the evening was an informative report by Betty King on the new plants for 1980 and their care. There are several new zinnias with large flowers on low plants in scarlet, salmon- rose and orange shades which should always be planted in full sun avoiding overhead sprinkling to discourage mildew. French marigold Happy Days comes in separate colors this year in orange, red and yellow. There is a new Verbena Sangria in a wine-red color whose seed germinates best at a temperature of 70 degrees and total darkness. An ornamental miniature pepper with fruits the size of one's thumb are borne upright like tiny gnome hats and can be planted in mid June for holiday giving. Calendula Dwarf Gem makes a delightful border display and are ideal in post. The new roses are Love, a brilliant red; Honor, a pure white and Cherish, a fragrant shell-pink floribunda. Vegetables include Gold Rush zucchini, a yellow one which only takes up 4 sq. ft. of space, Butter Boy winter squash that produces a big crop in one third the area, Burpee Super Steak tomato weighs in the 1 to 2 lb. range and is resistant to wilt and nematodes. The Cloverdale Citrus Squares, a square dancing group, have been in operation in Cloverdale since last April. Square Dancing is a good exercise, and onyone from all ages can belong and do the dancing. Besides the exercise did you know that some people have lost up to two inches around their waist from toning up the muscles by square dancing? At present there are about four active squares, who meet every Monday evening, at Jefferson School at 7:00 p.m. and continue on until 10:00. The dancing is open to everyone in the community. At present we have senior citizens, retired persons, middle age, young couples, and high school students. There is going to be a beginners group of square dancing class starting on March 17th, at Jefferson School. 7 to 8:30 p.m. with Vanya Leighton calling. She is about the best instructor in square dancing in Northern fortunate to have her, as she comes all the way from Napa to be with us, each Monday The cost is minimal, and the exercise is great and the comradship in a square is Kings Valley News By JUNE NOVAK Good weather for ducks! The ducks who entertain us at King's Valley have had a helping band this week. Magdalene Gehrke, our own Dr. Doolittle of King's Valley, became quite concerned when one of the drakes was limping and unable to keep up with other ducks. They even began to attack him. This was upsetting to many residenls. Magdalene called several places for advice on how to help the drake. Dan Sayre came up and checked out the lame duck and found no broken bones but a growth or infection. Luckily we had available to us an animal cage Ihat Pastor Anderson had built for a lame falcon several years back. With the help of Dick Silzer to tran- sport the duck to Healdsburg, Magdalene took Lame Duck for medical treatment. Meanwhile back at the puzzle table in Kings Valley, Murl Packwood said, "Are we going to send him a card?" Our own talented Jeri Tucker did just that and made a cute card with a lame duck on it. At first we were going to sign is bul then realized that if it were placed around a coffee can with the slot on top, it would help to encourage donations to pay for the doctor bill our little feathered friend was going to have. Aren'l caring people great? superb ! Think about it. Come and try square dancing on March 17th. You'll like it! Thursday was the last day that Herman Huitfelt will be driving the Wednesday and Thursday shopping bus to Cloverdale. Herman is finally going to retire from this job and catch up on some visiting and traveling. Those of you who have had the privilege of shopping with Herman know that his shoes will be hard to fill. However we will continue to have this shopping service in Cloverdale each Thursday and if you need a ride, please call 894-5366 for pick up times. This bus will also pick you up and bring you the the SNAP Dining Site and take you home again...Please use it. Ad Dates Wed., Mar. 6 Thru Sun., Mar. 10 Aiax Detergent 1 s, 49oz. Ajax Dish Detergent 22oz. :, Sunkist ,, Orange 6 00.ck Mug 12oz. RootBeer cans 149i Rondo Northern Toilet Tissue 89* 4 Roll Pkg. Ctr. Cut Pork Chops Loin Pork Roast Pork Steak ribs of Beef Skinless Ham Shanks Monterey Jack Cheese Sliced or by the Piece FRESH FISH 1 57 lb. 1 29 lb. 1 49 lb.  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