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Page 12. Wednesday, April 16, 1980 J #. ", Thoug 'N Things By Nobody in Particular COUNTDOWN Winnie said, "This is the countdown! The chaperones are paying their own way, We have paid our "air;are" in full and the required $12,000 to Vienna." The $12,000 to Vienna will include twelve days of rooms, meals and travel tours with tour guides. The whole amount will include everything that goes along with a European tour and vacation. The students will be playing sixteen to eighteen concerts, in Concert Halls and Town Squares, and they will get to enjoy a boat ride on the River Rhine! At the same time meeting with other Band students from around the world. It all sounds fabulous, it is fabulous! Cloverdale has extended itself beyond "generosity" and into sacrifice. There is no way to say thank you to everyone personally but what has been accomplished so far is a great tribute to the community as a whole. The next few fund raisers will tell the tale of Vienna. We need all of the fund raisers and we need support for them. As Winnie says, "We are at the countdown!" WINNIES FEED Winnie's Homemade Ravioli and Spaghetti Feed is April 19, 1980. Serving 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Winnie says she has lots of cakes ready and they won't be as expensive this time. . Mr. "C" and the whole band will be returning from the state Music Festival on the 19th in time to "play for the Feed". Also on hand will be the group from Chico State college who are attending to add their support. A VERY SPECIAL EVENING April 25, 1980! Everything you always wanted and more! Connie Seymour has been working fast and furiously to get it all together...and it sounds terrific. A special evening dedicated to Mr. "C", concert, ballet, and wine tasting...all at one time! It is time and timely...all for a good cause...check your calendar and plan to be there! (Invite all your friends and neighbors from out of town...lets fill the hall ! ) Salt Lake Mormon Temple featured on U.S. postal card By DORIS HILL represented the nations of the This sesquicentennial year of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was noted by the United States Post Office by issuance of a postal card bearing a pain- ting of the Salt Lake Temple. The postal card was in- troduced at a ceremony in the Salt Lake Tebernacle last week. The church celebrated 150 years of the Restored Gospel at its April 6th 150th Annual General Conference. Prior to the Conference, Grand Balls were held at four locations in Salt Lake City which reflected the history of the church since its organization in 1830 by Joseph Smith in New York. Some 1200 silkscreen flags and banners were hung from the ceilings of the ballrooms. The flags Northern C.W.U. LION'S CLUB Allan Furber told me the Lion's Club is putting on a pancake breakfast to benefit the Band. It will be the "Miracle of Vienna Pancake Breakfast", the Band students will sell tickets and it will be held on May 18, 1980. Tickets are selling for $2.75 adults and $1.25 for children. Everybody goes to the Lion's Club breakfasts ......... because they are mmmmmmmmmmmmm good! DEFLUGULTY Deflugulties always occur...no matter how well you plan or how far in advance you make the plans...defluguities always occur ! The only one that has occured at all, so far, has turned outto be a doozey! There were plans by the parents com- mittee to have a giant sized "last ditch" Bon Voyage party out at Papa John's on June 15, 1980. We even put the date on the calendar of events for the Band. (check previous issues, Papa donated the grounds free) It turns out that the C.H.S. Reunion committee also made plans for June 15, for a giant sized class reunion to be held at City Park. Well ......... well....well...and mQre....wells! So far that is the only comment about the whole affair ...... well...well...well! Spirit Walk Sonoma County Church Woman United will be con- ducting a "Spirit Walk"April 25, 1980. "Spirit Walk" is a movement of prayer of Church Women United, starting on World Day of Prayer Day and ending on May Fellowship Day. Local Units are asked to provide for a 12 to 24 hour watch. Each individual is asked to set aside one hour for prayer and meditation in order to keep a continual offering of prayer throughout the day of April 25. Everyone is invited to participate in this prayer vigil. ROTARY CLUB May 24, 1980 the Rotary Club is planning a benefit Flea Mart for the kids and you can call Mrs. Ruth Oeding (894-3495) for more information. There are things you need to know about the vendor tables No ammunition, no pets and no prepared foods. Rotary Club members will be setting up a snack bar for your nourishment needs. Sounds great, phone Mrs. Oeding if you want to help. Of interest, one half of the proceeds from the Historical Society Flea Mart held on April 12, was donated to the'Band ...even though plans for their own projects were made well in advance of the Vienna trip LAST DITCH DUNKING On June 28, 1980 Saturday morning at 9 a.m., Chris and Sylyan Wirtz of the Cloverdale Bakery have invited the entire Cloverdale High School Band to a continental breakfast (nothing like being prepared cause that's what they'll be getting in Europe each morning) of "free" donuts and milk and coffee. Those of us who aren't going to Vienna will be on hand to wish them Bon Voyage...and a safe return. If you want photos for your album this might be a good time. They will be leaving for Vienna the next day at noon. Gary Antolini to be honored Healdsburg's Foppiano Winery will be the setting for a gala fund raising party on April 20 for Gary Antolini candidate for judge of Municipal Court of Dept. 3. The event will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. wine chese and hors d'oeurves will be served. Tickets are $8 each and may be purchased at: George Silva's Cloverdale Pharmacy, Jack Domenichel]i Real Estate, Cloverdale Bakery, also from Gil Gonzales and Delores Nabor of Healdsburg. Tickets are available at Antolini Headquarters at 201 Montgomery in Santa Rosa. The Headquarters will take mail orders by calling 523- 1198 or 523-1198. Tickets will also be available at the door. Sacred Concert to be held at Neighborhood Church April 20 A Sacred Concert with Jim neNr Camp Meeker, and the broadcasts He has also and Mary Jane Sellers; slide presentation will appeared on the "700 Club" sacred vocalists from the feature the camping ministry television show and at Alliance Redwoods, of. The Christian and leading churches, camps, and California, will present a Missionary Alliance at the conferences in the United sacred concert and slide Redwoods. States andCanada. His wife, presentation Sunday, April Mary Jane, joins him in vocal 20, 1980, at 10:30 a.m. at the Jim Sellers, Bass-Baritone duets and accompanies him Cloverdale Neighborhood recording artist, is known at the piano. Church, 28 Tarman Drive. nationally, having appeared Jim Sellers is the executive as the regular soloist on beth The public is invited to the director of Alliance Red- the "Alliance Hour" and the concert, thd there is no ad- ,woods ConferenCe Grounds, "Reformed Hour" radio mission charge. (gleanings "Peerless is this Day, for it is as the eye to past ages and centuries, and as a light unto the darkness of the times." -Baha'u'llah (Sponsored by the Baha'ts of Cloverdale - 894-41 72] world signifying a world-wide Christian church, with Jesus Christ as the basis of the LDS belief. Some Cloverdale members attended the Ball in Salt Lake City and the Conference sessions in the tabernacle. Many also attended a Gold and Green Ball in Ukiah recently which also had a Sesquicentennial theme. During this 150th An- niversary year, local Mor- mons who are decendents of the early Mormon pioneers are recalling how their an- cestors were driven out of Nauvoo, Illinois by mobs, following the assassination of Joseph Smith. They traveled by covered wagon led by Brigham Young. Some walked and pushed handcarts as they crossed the plains and the Rocky mountains to reach the great Salt Lake Valley "\\;-.Salt Lake Temple UsAIOc HISTORIC PRESERVATION where they could establish their church and a city and hopefully worship in peace. Through tragedy and triumph the Church and its people never took a step backwards. There were pauses when it reeled from blows of hate brought against iii it, but each year saw its membership grow in num- bers and strength and now after 150 years its members number four and one-half million. Some 30,000 self supporting missionaries are serving throughout the world at the present time. Good Word for Inherit By PHYLLIS SJOBLOM TEXT: .... come ye blessed of my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you. Matthew 25:34. Earthly children are, by birth, legal heirs to the property of their fathers. But no matter how large the fortune that falls into the hands of the heir, it is still only temporal. We've all heard the old saying, 'You can't take it with you' and it still applies. Upon the instant of your physical death that fortune is no longer yours. It becomes someone else's inheritance. On the other hand Christians, as children of God, stand to come into a multi-faceted and permanent legacy. Hebrews 6:12 says that through faith we will inherit the promises. And oh, what wonderful promises! We are promised that there is a kingdom prepared for us to inherit. And Matthew 19:29 tells us that i all for everlasting Revelation has begott inheritance undefiled away. can hope to l Beloved, spiritual are in line to "smoke of which ever" (Rev. change that now. You your sin, invite and make life. In tlmt be born forgiven, God; and Don't salvation. Cloverdale Area Church Directory + United Church of C :# UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Meeting With The United Church of Cloverdale Phone 894-2039 Sunday Worship, i I a.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 450 Healdsburg Avenue Pastor. John.Powell Sunday : Bible Teaching Program 9:45a.m. Morning Worship Hour, I I a .m+ Church Training Program, 4 p.m. Evening Worship Hour, 6 pro. Wednesday : Midweek Services, 7 p.m. GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH 89(} N Cloverdale Blvd Pastor Rev. Norman M. Redeker 33-3835 894-2330 Sunday Vlorning Worship 9:00 a.m+ Sunday School 10:15 a.m+ SEVEN TH-DA Y ADVENTIST CHURCH 28775 Redwtnni Highway S. Pastor - Dale Wolcott Phone: 894-5703 Salurday : Sabbath School at 9:30a.m. Worship Service at I 1:00 a. m. Sislers of Service (S.OS. 1 on 2nd & 4th Tuesday Family Prayer Fellowship Wednesday at 7:30 pro. ANTIOCH MISSIONARY BAPTIST MISSION 473 Cloverdale Blvd. Ken iiams Mission Representative Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Evening Worship, 6 p.m. Midweek Service Thursday Night, 7 pro. CHURCH OF GOD OF PROPHECY 2rid & Commercial Grange llail A.W. West, Paslor Phone 894-3595 Thursday, 7 p.m. Young People Sunday 9:45a.m. & 6p.m. NEIGHBORHOOD CHURCH Christian and Missionary Alliance 28 Tarman Drive Phone 894-3445 Growlh Groups - 9::t am Sunday Worship- 10:30 am Evening Service - 6:00 pm -Bible S[ udy, Thurs. - 7:() pm BAHA'I FAITH Firesides: Monday II|OrllillgS I0 a.nl. Friday evenings 8 p.tu. ('hildren's Classes Junior Youth Youlh Please call for more mformalion and-or lileralure 894-4172 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 28?55 Redwood Hwy. So. Claud K. Williams, Branch President Phone 894-2032 SUNDAY 3 hour block MEETING SCHEDULE Priesthood 9 a.m. Relief Society 9 a.m. Primary 9 a.m. Young'.Women 9 a.m. Sunday School I0 a.m. Sacrament meeting 10:50 a.m. Relic f Society Homemaking Mtg. Ist Tuesday each Month. 7:30 p.m. OAT VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH C CL Highway 128 Rex' DF Hieter Continuing Phone 894-3107 of the Co Sunday School. 9:45 am Morning Worship. t I a.m t'[lil, Evening Service. 6 p.m. Midweek Service. Roberl Wednesday. 7 pm 131 Dina Street Phonel Church Ph. 894-2998 Sunday PARKSIDE OF CHRISTIAN CHAPEL 3:{3 Wesl Second St reel Hey. Richard Bilea Phone 894-2893 Sunday Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Sunda Mornil|g Worship I I a.m. II Evening Service, 6 pro. Sunday E Bible Sludy and Prayer Wed. Wednesday. 7 p.m Dmsy & Prims Wednesday, 7 p.m. WMC-AII Ladies Welcome ST. Thursday. I0 a.m. CA Robert W, DOMENIcHELLI REAL ESTATE 104 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-3354 THE ENCORE i(H S. t'loverdale Blvd t, I ,t.H .J44 EPISCOPAL OUR CHURCH OF THE MT. GOOD SHEPHERD Redw,,od.i 112 N. Main Slreel Priest m Charge Saturday Ev Hey. Marvin Bowers 5 894-5719 Sunday Sunday Holy " Communion, Daily MASS' 9am 7:30a. Sunday MasS J. PEDRONcELLI WINERY 12211 Canyon ltd &+i7-3619 ( ;eyerville CLOVERDALE BOWL i 10 Healdsburg Ave. 4-76 PELLEGRINI'S CHEVRON SERVICE 206 S. Cloverdale Blvd. 894- 3323 FRED YOUNG & COMPANY 894-2540 or 433-3329 RE0000II.I.E