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Page 4- Wednesday, May 14, 1980 Chamber Chatter By VIVIAN WEER WEATHER TODAY: "Sisterly", and by the time you read this the "Sister City Express" will have pulled out of Cloverdale, chugging ever northward toward our sister city, Cloverdale, British Columbia. The motor home group will be carrying the perpetual boomerang back, engraved this trip with the simple words, )'Canada, We Love You." The "Fly it, you'll like it" group leaves this Friday, May 16th with a bus departing from the Veterans Building to the airport at 9 a.m. sharp! This group (of about 22) will be carrying the scrapbook which tells the story of the 10 year relationship with our Canadian counterpart. The book is dedicated to the memory of Bessie Neill and includes many of her pictures of special events shared between the two cities to be presented on this, the tenth anniversary. If you would like to look at the scrapbook before it leaves on Friday morning, it is on display at the Chamber office from now 'tit then. Who knows? You may be in it .... Our thanks to Pat Rose and Pat Snider and all of the others who put the book together. If your club or organization has any momentoe to send, contact the Chamber immediately. UN-WINE-DING: '(or) I don't know why I'get myself into these things...If you read last week's article here about rid- ding your garden of gophers by placing a wine bottle in the hole, Gallant Al's winning solution was not related to you properly. Mr. Gambetta called me up and said, "You don't put the bottle in the gopher hole, dummy. You plant the bottles all around the garden!". "Oh, I see", I said brightly. He further added that if nothing else, the planted bottles make a good conversation piece. You can tell your friends you are growing wine... MESSAGE CENTER: I had so much to tell you this week, but I cleaned out my purse and now I can't find a darned thing. Oops, here it is. What is round and fiat and sticky? The Cioverdale Lions Club Pancake breakfast, of course. '.They will be doing a very special breakfast for the benefit of a very special band this Sunday morning at the Citrus Fair building. (Don't go to the City Park as usual because it won't be there, see.) The Roarhl' club tells me they will be serving inside and outside, take your choice and come early because this is the big "Ho Down" weekend so they hope to serve a lot of square dancers, too. Not only will you have a scrumptuous breakfast, but you will be helping the Star Spangled Band as well. LITTER.LY SPEAKING: Every cause seems to have a hot line these days, and the litter problem is no exception. If a litterbug is bothering you, or someone is dumping trash on your property, you may now call the Litter Hotline at 527-2068 between 8a.m. and 11 a.m. Mort. thru Fri. and get help. FLASH:! Don't forget the Woman's Improvement Club Card Party next Mon. May 19th at the Masonic Temple. This event will also line the "Band Box". And did you see the lovely quilt on display at the Town and Country Shop? Well, you might just be the proud recipient of this Vienna Prize when you attend the Green Thumb Card Party and luncheon at the Vet's Memorial this Sat. beginning at 12:30 p.m. There will be other prizes, too and just everyone is invited and welcome to attend! SUPER MERCHANT: Shop 'N Save is getting into the Band Box act with a raffle that is more than a raffle. They have tickets available to customers and the prizes will be one $200. worth of groceries, and the second prize is $I00. worth of groceries. The tickets are $1. each, but the entire $I. goes to the band ! Nice community effort, don't you think? ROUND TOWN: The Cloverdale Adult School curriculum 'this semester includes Tole Painting classes again at the Orange Tree and Hildy lenry is the instructor. I sailed rough the classroom the other day, and believe me, there is "a lot of neat vrojects going on down there. Check it out if . spring finds you in a creative mood these days. The Ice Cream Store is now decked out with a bright new red and white awning and outdoor tables to lure you on a bright sunny day... And 1 see where we have another hair- dresser in town. Fred Sanchez is now in business at 104 E. Ist St. under a sign that says "The Hair & r'.....Pilgrim Books has a good half price sale on some interesting paperbacks. They also carry unusual cards, so if you like to send unusual cards, this is the place... Time is fleaing and the Rotary Club still has space for vendors in their Fantastic Flea Flurry scheduled for May 24th at the Citrus Fair. Please phone Ruth Oeding at 894-3495 for a booth or further information... EXIT: It's not too early to think about Cloverdale's Big ,Turtle Race on the Fourth of July. Please keep an eye open for a turtle that looks like it might want to compete. Then call the Chamber for what to do next. Hey, maybe our friend, Cecil Smith, can find one "Up the crick aways..." ' photography mac Dr. Van der Weken and Shalla Fonnest announce engagement An early summer wedding Dr. Van der Weken is the is planned by Dr. William son of Mr. and Mrs. James Van der Weken and Shalia Van der Weken of Everett, Fonnest. Is talk cheap? By ELEANOR PltlLLIPS "Talk isn't ' cheap. It's expensive and worth the price," stated Hlbrook Teter, consultant to Youth Consultation Services of North Sonoma County when he opened the first training session for volunteers who will man the crisis referral hotline planned by Y.C.S. Approximately 20 men and women met on Saturday. May 3. at Geyserville's Christian Church to hear a brief history of the project by its chairman, the Rev, Marvin Bowers of Heat& sburg and Cloverdale. Teter outlined the planned training program. He also described the mechanics of hotline operation and explained that as anonymity is desirable in this service, the names of volunteers will not be published. Underscoring the im- portance of the hotline project, Ms. Diana Barisch, Executive Director of the Family Service Agency of Sonoma County, described human services as human needs not met by the ex- tended family as in earlier days. "The hotline referral service," she said, "is an important project because many adolescents do not feel psychologically a part of their families and believe that family resources are not there for them. They suffer sense of alienation and are often in far more serious need than may appear on the surface. The phone person," she concluded "is a frontline worker," Further training sessions will be held in Cloverdale for local volunteers on May 13 and at future dates to be announced. They will discuss the real-life situations they are likely to encounter and ways to deal with them. Y,C.S. plans the hotline to be m service by the end of May. There will be no toll charge for Cioverdale callers. Each volunteer will be on duty two nights per month from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. 'In one case. a husband and wife are sharing the duty. Following Barisch's talk these donations were an- nounced: $100 each from the Dorcus Society and the Christian Women's Fellowship, both of Geyserville; $25 from the Cloverdale AARP chapter and a donation of $15 per month for one year from Church Women United of North Sonoma County, earmarked to assist with the monthly hotline phone bill. So far donations supporting this ecumenical project amount to $3,575. This will be matched, dollar for dollar, from the $9,000 grant from the Episcopal Women's National United Thank Of- fering Fund. Is Talk Cheap? No! It costs community support of J \\; Washington. Mrs. Fonnest is the daughter of Tommy and Opal Duncan of Leggett, Ca. time, energy and money plus the desire to provide a sup- port system for families in crisis situations. Further information about volun- teering or contributing funds Citrus Squares square da00r By WEB CR088 name indicates, is somewhat the caller-JI! similar to ballroom dancing May/L and the couples dance around days o tMj111r i The Cloverdale Citrus the room in "the round'. Festival  Squares, enjoyed party night, Round dancing, like square workshopl 11 May 5. The only birthday dancing, is performed to cues by well ,q honored for the month was by the caller, but there is no Hoedo._ that of Arlene Botkin. Vanya interchange of partners as in the eveamII't t Leighton, caller, presented Arlene with a piece of cake with one candle and the group sang "Happy Birthday". e Cross, Jennie Silzer and Virginia Pederson fur- nished the cakes and cookies. The Cloverdale Citrus Squares meet each Monday night tt the Jefferson School all purpose room. The first Monday of each month is set square dancing. At many hoedowns, round dancers enjoy a half hour of "rounds" before the square dancing starts. At other hoedowns, "rounds" are called between "tips" of square dancing. A round dancing couple learn a number of basic steps such as "2-two steps in closed position", "Box", "scissors", etc. The caller cues the steps afternoon. have hoed! them. So this evt 111 Brown, r'.  Byars,' aJ .  Larry alt will be dance t The C'o0000i is spo Onita P/ aside for "Party Night". In desired just ahead of the proceed.l addition to a beginners dancers move, and the steps Cloverd 1 square dance, class and a are all done to music. New Vienna / "Mainstream square dance round dances are introduced 0000-4211 / e lass, the caller alse instructs monthly, and many veteran formafiOn, a few dancers in "Round square dancers can readily MaW"y f! Dancing". , dance dozens of them, when the Cin' "Round Dancing", as it s properly called or "cued" by Cloverdale, l' Square Dance Festival I Friday Night--8 - ll--Kick Off---Charlie Brown. Saturday Morning--10:30 - 12: 00--Workshop--Ross Johnson. Saturday Mternoon--12:30 2: 30---Round Dancing Workshop--Larry and Karen Williams. to Youth Consultation Ser- vices may be had by calling Fr. Bowers, 433-2107 or Bill Cordtz, 894-5719. Speakers will come to any group that asks. Cloverdale Family Service By ELISE BLACK Family Service meets only every other month. At our last meeting, in March, new officers were elected: Chairman, Rev. A.C. Stahnke: Vice-Chairman, Theresa Tollini; Secretary, Evelyn Fassio; Treasurer, Melba Riles; Chief Caseworker, Ells, Black, and Member-at-Large, Key. A.W. West. Carolyn Pardini agreed to be Publicity Chairman. We'd like to remind everybody of what Family Service is, and does: We are CIoverdale's way of providing instant emergency help, We cannot provide miracles, such as inex- pensive housing (this area's greatest need). We cannot give long-term help. We can, however, give groceries, gasoline, or other help for a real emergency need, and we can refer people to other sources of help or advice. And, the best way to contact us is through the Police Dept. We owe our Cloverdale Police Now you don't need big money to earn big interest. % I NO MINIMUM DEPOSIT. llll I I II III IIII IIII II IIII NEW 2-YEAR TREASURY ACCOUNT % Annual Yield Effective for the month of May 1980 III II II I iii ii iiii I full 2P2 years. It's insured. Your interest is compounded daily. And look at the interest it earns! You can open a 2-Year Treasury Account for any amount. Our rate is .25% higher than the banks' and is guaranteed for the Rr00nciai Savings Northern California 103 S. Cloverdale Boulevard, Cloverdale, 00707) 894-3301 Chlco: 200 Broadway (946] 343-4222 (Main Oice) Atcata: Jacoby'$ Store House, 780 Seventh St., [707] 822-758 cl: 103 s. Cloverdale Blvd., [707| 894-33(H Foal B: 120 E. Aider ,St., [707] 964-4031 : 672 Pearson Rd.. [916) 877-6553 Petaluma: Washington Sq. Shop. Or., 27 S. McDowe, Blvd., [707) 763-t565 INIddilg: NIt.S Mall, 974 Dana Dr., (96) 243-2846 Ulh: 700 S. State St., [707] 462-7532 There are eleven savings and FINANCIAL loan associations throughout Ctitornio that comprise FEDERATION Finoncial Federation. Inc., listeO on the New York StoCk xchonge, Saturday Mternoon--2: 30 - 4:00--Workshop---Ron Welch. Saturday Night---7:30 8: 00--Pre-Rounds--Larry and Karen Williams. Saturday Night---8:00 I l : 30--Hoedown--Non Welch. Sunday Morning---10:00 ll:30---Introduction to ad- vanced--Scott Byars Sunday and Kare  Sunday i 4:30--H Newer .: Art Buildi00J00 SaturdsY su.day 4:30-Tom ,  requice O 180.day Intere forfeiture for eady wlttlrowal, Ilpol  remolr Inl.  om  to  at ronval. tremendous thanks over the years, for their help as a contact-point for people who need us. With times getting harder, we will do what we can. If you want to know more, please come to our next meeting: Tuesday, May 20th, at the United Church Halt, at noon. Coffee provided bring your own "brown bag lunch" if you wish to. Any interested person welcome. CLIP THIS AO FOR FUTURE REFERENCE NEED VISION CARE SERVICES? select a doctor of optometry CLO VERDALg L  UliIEII 131 N.  I1 ....... IIM-IIVM WILLIAM F. I/0VER IM E. Finl St. .......... IIN-31131 GOER V/LL L BARIIY LI/TZ tllil gt. .......... IlIt41U J01tll W. ll0A0 IN  St. ......... 13-191 | GOIIDOII & JOIIES 13S  IL ......... 435-1915 FIK E. gL$Oll 135 Mimu 1It. ........ 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