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Pape 6 Cloverdale Reveille Aoril 17. 1991 American Legion Auxiliary Dena Gambetta Last Wednesday evening, Wi!- .own music. liana Russell Ledford Unit #293, "S.uzanne is also sixteen years of Washington School's Students of the Week for April 8-12, 1991 are: F, ltmralla00 Cheriene Barney is the kind of student all teachers love to have. Cheriene started the year determined to be the best student possible, and she has been very successful. Cheriene is willing to go the extra step it takes to be a winner. Nickolas Angefi generates a great deal of enthusiasm in the class- room. He enjoys working on proj- ects. He is always offering to help or suggesting new things for the class to do. He loves P.E. Heather Waiters deserves to be honored as she is a very helpful person to the teacher and to her fellow students. She never fails to think of others and is a lovely per- son. Brady Cox is a very nice person. He is a high achiever and is inter- ested in knowing about everything. He is an active participant in all classroom activities and takes a leadership role. He works very well with others and has a positive personality. Cheryl Stone spent her Spring vacation reading up a storm on her lazy sunny days. Cheryl loves reading and dancing and can often be found rehearsing dance steps. She completes her school work with attention to accuracy, neatness and- creative flair, always doing more than the minimum requirements. She deserves your congratulations on her selection as Student of the Week. Miadlt..Schu00 Emily Piumley could be Student of the Week every week. She was chosen this week because of her wonderful interview in the San Francisco Chronicle. She helped to make Cloverdale's Science Fair famous with her witty and sincere comments. Nechole Tare has been doing an excellent job in P.E. Her skills and overall effort have improved each week. Keep up the great work, Nechole! New Family History Center can help you "dig up" your ancestors The Family History Library of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is a mecca to the genealogist. Located in Salt Lake City, it contains the largest collection of research sources in existence today, with the equivalent of more than 5 million volumes in print and fische. The holdings contain records of just about every country in the world Since it is not convenient for everyone to pack up and head for Salt Lake City, the church has made it easy for the public to do their research by setting up local Family History Centers at the Church building. There is a library at the Clover- dale Ward, 28755 Redwood High- way South. This FHC does not have all the records at hand that Salt Lake has, but by searching through the catalog file in Clover- dale, it's possible to order the films and fische from Salt Lake for view- ing here. The librarians  be more than happy to help anyone who needs it. FHC Librarian Cathy Fanis says, "If you have a desire to "dig up your ancestors", and have deter- mined to learn something about your progenitors, don't buy a lot of tools, spades, fishing tackle or even a horse. All you need is a good note- book and a pencil. You will start out with your own pedigree chart and a family group sheet." In the larger Family History Li- braries, there are computers with programs that contain millions of submitted names from people all over the world. Eventually, as the interest in Cioverdale grows, ,the local Family History Center will also obtain the computer. Presently, the Library is open Wednesday from Noon to 9 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The phone number is 894-9238. American Legion Auxiliary, along with the Post, had the privilege of hearing five young folks from Cloverdale High School's FHA- HERO give their presentations which they will give on the state level sometime in May. One pre- pared a salad, one gave her talk on waste, one on how to apply for a job, and the other two on the Date Rape Community Awareness Pro- gram. Well, we can finally give you the names of the girls who were chosen to represent Cloverdale as the Girls State delegate and Girls State alter- nate. Unit #293 is proud to present Tiffany McAdams as our 1991 Girls Stater and Suzanne Gearhart as our Girls State Alternate. Tiffany is a sixteen year old Junior at Cloverdale High School, where she is very involved in many clubs and activities, such as Student Government, Band, Drama, FHA- HERO and the MAYO Club, which is the Mexican American Youth Organization. During her 11 years in Cloverdale, she has worked in various clubs serving the commu- nity, and is heavily involved at pres- ent with the Cloverdale First Baptist Church and Youth Group. After graduating from high school, she plans to attend a private college or university in California. Her desire is to achieve a career in Music, Business (Producing Music) and later to produce and record her age and a Junior at CHS. Presently, she is Class Treasurer and Editor-in- Chief of the high school paper, The Crier. Suzanne's interests include tennis, writing, water skiing and playing the flute. After high school, she plans to attend a university where she hopes to receive her bachelors degree in the area of teaching. There were eight girls who were interviewed for delegate to Girls State, and it was indeed a difficult decision to make. So at this time, we of the auxiliary, would like to con- gratulate these two girls. We are truly so proud of you and we know you will represent our community well when you attend Girls State in Sacramento the t-h'St week in July. Also, there will be a Fifth District Girls State luncheon held in Santa Rosa on Sunday, May 198th, at the Veterans Memorial Building. This gives the girls a chance to prepare for Girls State. Girls Staters from previous years will be the guest speakers and they will have an opportunity to meet others in the DistricL as well. In addition, there will be a question and answer time for both parents and delegates. Anyone wishing to attend the Spring Party at the Veterans Home in Yountville is welcome to do so on April 28th. Again, congratulations Tiffany and Suzanne, We are so proud of you! (46) THE BIBLE SAYS... of the Last Testing Time, Part 2 And I saw another angel ascending from the east,having the seal of the living God ..... Saying, Hurt not the earth, neither the sea, nor the trees, till we have sealed the servants of our God in their foreheads. Revelation 7:2, 3 Here is the patience of the saints: here are they that keep the commandments of God, and the faith of Jesus. Revelation 14:12 And after these things I saw another angel come down from heaven...And he cried mightily with a strong voice, saying, Babylon the great is fallen, is fallen, and is become the habitation of devils... And I hear another voice from heaven, saying, Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partake of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues. Revelation 18:1-4 H.O. Collier HI Paid Announcement While Supplies last OUANTITIES LIMITED AN DO IT WITH ..... Cloverdale Lumber 1215 S. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-4401 II I IIIII n Christopher Lile Christopher Lile, 18, son of former Cloverdale residents Marvis Lile, enlisted in the Air Force on March 14. Upon successfully completing the Air Force's six week basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, near San Antonio, Texas, be scheduled to receive technical training in the mechanical career field. Chris, a 1990 graduate of Cloverdale High School, will be credits toward an Associate Degree in Applied Sciences Community College of the Air Force while attending basic and training schools. Joseph D. Sirnili Navy Fireman Joseph D. Simili, son of Shirley and Joe Simili completed recruit tzaining at Recruit Training During his eight week training cycle, he studied general mili designed to prepare him for further academic and on-the-job one of the Navy's 85 basic fields. His studies included seamanship, close order drill, Naval histo/ fwst aid. Personnel who complete this course of instruction are for three hours of college credit in Physical A 1990 graduate of Cloverdale High School, he joined the December, 1990. Evelyn J. Sprehe New rules improve process Staff SgL Evelyn J. Sprehe, daughter of Bobby A. has been decorated with the Air Force Commendation Medal The medal is awarded to those individuals who, achievement or meritorious service in the performance of behalf of the Air Force. A manpower management specialist at Peterson Air Force rado, she is a 1974 graduate of Tamalpais High School and associate degree in 1988 from the Community College of the Her husband, David, is the son of Loretta C. Sprebe of St. Louis. for children with disabilities Mike Lacey and Jack The Social Security Adminstra- work experience." tion (SSA) has a new way of evaluat- ing disabilities in children, accord- ing to Bill K..nnard, Social Security Public Information Officer in Santa Rosa. The new process, which be- gan Feb. 11, is expected to provide a more equitable assessment of dis- abilities in children. Children with disabilities whose families have limited income and resources may qualify for monthly Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. In California, eligible chil- dren also receive Medi-Cal, which can help pay their medical expenses. "The new rules are a result of the Supreme Court decision in "Sullivan v. Zelbey" in February, 1990," Mr. Kennaxd said. "The Supreme Court found that SSA's prior regulations used a narrower test for evaluating the disabilities of children than for adult workers. Children were deter- mined to be disabled strictly through listed medical criteria. "However, when evaluating adults, Social Security reviewed their work-related functional capaci- ties and considered vocational factors such as age, education, and In line with the decision, the new rules provide for individual assess- ment of each child's ability to func- tion when deciding if the child is disabled. Although the adult voca- tional factors do not apply, the child's ability to function is deter- mined by looking at the impact of the impairment on the child's every- day activities and comparing them to the proficiency levels of other children in the same age group. "The new rules give us the criteria for evaluating the child's ability to function," Mr. Kennard said. "They were developed with the assistance of experts representing a wide range of areas in the assessment of child development and childhood disabmty." In addition, Social Security sought input from and exchanged ideas with childhood disability advocates and medical professionals. For more information about dis- ability benefits for children, stop by or call the Santa Rosa Social Secu- rity office at 2099 Range Ave at the Coddingtown Plaza. The telephone number is 544-4126. Local thespians star in SRJC's production of Romeo and Juliet Two local thespians will star in William Shakespeare's classic love story Romeo and Jufie opening in Santa Rosa this Friday, April 19. Todd Clow, a student at Santa Rosa Junior College, will play the role of "Paris, and Cloverdale High School Senior, Jason Spelbring, will play "Baltlmsar". The ageless tale of romance and family rivalry, directed by Pauline Pfandler, is being presented by the Santa Rosa Junior College Theatre Arts Department. Performances will be in Burbank Auditorium on the SRJC campus on the evenings of April 19, 20, 25, 26 and 27 at 8:15 p.m., with additional 2 p.m. matinees on April 20 and 27. Tickets are $5 at the door. Group discounts available. For more infor- mation, call 527-4342 Evangelist w[il-be special guest speaker at Parkside Christian Chapel Paside Christian Chapel will host Evangelist Darren Bruce, Sun- day, April 21 in the 6 p.m. service. Dan-en has ministered in coffee houses, youth conventions, youth rallies and in churches in six states. He has appeared on TBN Broadc- asting "IV network. In 1983, be was the youth speaker for the Full Gospel Businessmen's Fellowship fml. Falr.Frlmlly Serdee International convention. Darr will be speaking in this evening service, as well as present- ing a number of vocal selections. Pastor Richard Rilea and the congregation of Pazkside Chapel cordially invite all to attend this special evening of ministry. For additional information, please call 894-2893. Don't STRIKE OUT when it comes to your family's insurance needs! Call Joy Warren 894-2376 Life-Fire.Home-Personal-Commercial 104 E. First St. For Your Insurance Needs are Citizens of the Room 4, Mrs. Hines' 4th grade, became the # 1 Room in the Cafeteria Competition this week by earning the most stars when they were picked as the quietest, most polite table during iunchtime. Their Citi- zens of the Week are Mike Castillo, Lacey Tedeschi and Jack Parker. Congratulations and thank you, Rm. 4 and Mrs. Hines for a job well done! Positive Yard Duty Behavior Award Recipients are: 4th grade - Nick Kennedy, Ruby Pratt, Devon Graddy, Teresa Ledbetter, Ryan Peters, 5th grade - Lorene Rodri- qnez, Martin Cisneros, Karen San- tana, Gordon Davis and Melissa Klein. Intramural Sports - The 5th grade Softball Tournament is in progress with Rm. 7, Mrs. Smith's winnning the Ms. Jones' class, striking playing are Rm. 2A, Mrs. class, and Rm. 5, Mrs. Hoots' t Middle School Intramurals cream and congratulations handed out to tbe grade team after their Tournament was completed. I, Andy Richards' team, worn tournament. Team membe Damien Bird nie Howell, Marilyn Pauline Rothxtcker and 8th graders are now signing t their Volleyball Tournament. sport will be softball. 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