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April 23, 1980

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By VIVIAN WEER er "In Concert"...and that's the biggy "A Very Special Evening" and at the Citrus Fair Building. Booster who has worked so in preparation of the the ballet, a wine tasting and it was sheer delight to catch the Ballet Rce" at the Santa Rosa High hm. April 13th. Rosen Kavalier" was especially when one thinks of Vienna, music "What a lovely preview of things to Fair Auditorium". n get your tickets from Chamber Chatter The donation is $8 per person Refrigeration (I always think of ) is the hospital getting some time. His wife, Doris who is Bless America" service truck Worry is his customers in Cloverdale refrigeration breaks down in his serious, I think it s machinery doesn't break down. All The address ire Hospital - 4150 Clement And Bob, IK'm keeping my pilot return. GREETING: (or) The Story ahat who cooks at Manzanita Manor spirit of Easter this year. She from a coffee can and on her baked a special Easter cookie for Valley and Manzanita Manor! i to do. Our bouquet of the week Are you hard on jewelery? I am con- with costume pendants, etc .... with are loads of mail, and getting the door. (Really!). The other day I age and found three pieces Since we have no jewlery store in clown to Fred Peterson who at Peterson's TV) and in just a as new .... at a good price, to tell you about Fred, my new Someone asked for a plug about up May 24th. How does one dictionary defines "Rotary" as or a wheel"...and "having radially revolve around a common fixed ling like this you would like to and boothes available so call Ruth receopts of the projec ttgo fo r a get out and help Rotary sipn ot's top! Citrus Fair but park early. This is (Do sheep dogs need fleas? ) Spring a natural conflict bet- gopher. Folks are always trying and other "Mole eaters". to hear your solution to the grease down the hole has already dll thump. (The noise drives move on th greener pastures.) Please true remedies with our readers by Anna Melillo, United Vintners Public Relations Director is shown with Roger Bowlin, newly appointed Hospitality Supervisor for Italian Swiss Colony and Judy Gollan, Sonoma County Congressional candidate to be honored An "Honor the Home Town Candidate" fund-raising dinner will be held for Congressional candidate Brian Kahn on Friday, May 9, at the Sonoma Golf and Country Club. Kahn, a Sonoma Valley resident and graduate of Sonoma High School, is a candidate for the 2nd Congressional District Democratic nomination. He is a four-year veteran of the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors. The campaign event is co- hosted by Dave and Linda Viviani and Elliott and Barbara Sidener, all of Sonoma. Janice Corey, who managed Kahn's successful contest for Supervisor, is chairing the dinner. The event starts with no- host cocktails at 7 p.m. and dinner at 8 p.m. Cost is $20 per person. Tickets are available atSign of the Bear, There may be a prize for the best 435 1st Street West, Sonoma, a eontext....We hope you "gopher" it. and the Sonoma Cheese Factory, 2 West Spain, Sonoma or by calling 526- 7140. nhces opening The Sonoma Golf and da Country Club is at 17700 ea _uarters Arnold Drive. re-elect Saturdays. Jr. Retired Judge Lincoln F. Mahan, Committee Chair- Notice ai g n man, has also announced that Men- the public is welcome at any time during those hours, or daily that the Committee may be L and contacted at telephone noon number 525-9355. The Geyserville Monday Afternoon Club will meet on April 28 at 2 p.m., in the home of Mrs. Carl Smith, 6117 Red Winery Road, Geyserville, Exchange students from other countries will give the program. Hearing Tests to be given May 7 Hearing tests have been set for May 7, 1980, from 10-5 at the Hearing Aid Office, 119 West First Street, Cioverdale. Because of disease, damage, some types of drugs or the again process, hearing losses strike millions of us. Usually the development of hearing impairment follows a slow progression, going un- noticed in the early stages and, as a result, it becomes easily accepted. But what is lost?... Normal verbal com- munication. Un- derstanding. Even in the ability to speak clearly. These are obvious losses that occur over a period of time. Yet the psychological impact of even a partial hearing loss may lead to a depression out of proportion to the degree of loss. The longer hearing impairment is neglected, the more dif- ficuit it is to cope with the psychological impact. If we can re-establish contact with a world that is still very much alive, o e can remain a part of it. nsidering the alter- native, there is no time to lose. Have your hearing tested now. To avoid waiting, call for an ap- pointment. 894-5000 COrd winners April Were Or- John- Phyllis Dudley. Door Prize winner, Ida Angeli. The next regular monthly card party will be held on Saturday, May 10th at 8 p.m. at St. Peter's Hall. The public is cordially invited to attend. Again players are asked to make up tables in advance to avoid disap- pointment in playing. QIQbrates 00nniversary the local bance [or last do so by contacting Theresa the Tollini who is in charge of chartering a bus; or by an- calling Dina Giovannetti. on The highlight of the meeting was the reading of the first minutes in March of 1949 at the 1st meeting held at the Grange Hall. Al Gam- betta was the first president to hold office and Josephine Del Sarto, the first Secretary. Of the charter members, present at the anniversary dinner meeting last week were: Amelia Sambucetti, was Jeanette China, Jennie Cuttica, Frank DeGeorge, Mae Giampaoli, Mary Ot- toboni, Dina Giovannetti, Albert Ottoboni. Nerina to Caturegli was unable to at- for tend. Under the chairmanship of a Margaret Cooke, 16 bibs for patients at Manzanita Manor convalescent hospital were made. Theresa Tollini will present them to Manzanita our later this month. The next regular monthly meeting will be held at St. Peter's Hall on Thursday, to May 15th at 8 p.m. All members are urged to be may present. i / Wednesday, April 23, 1980 - Page 5 1 Italian Swiss Colony [ announces two Hospitality Supervisor for both Italian Swiss Colony and Inglenook Vineyards. Photo by Janice. MENS \\; SCREEN"00, , PRINT : T-SHIRTS wide assortment of sports II @r L. T-Shirts. Slightly irregular. STRETCH :- TUBE TOPS/ / Elastic smocking / in solids & stripes ! EACH BIC LIGHTERS NATURAL FIBER LAUNDRY BASKET 1 7 V="wide X 1 5" high made from natural fiber in their natural from Mexico. 1.37 new appointments Dome Lamp 2188 Soft white shade for less glare. 1 7" tal. ,So color vinyt base in assorted colors. 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