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Page 6, Cloverdale Reveille, May 28, 1997 Legislature/Court program for SRJC Bacchus teens offered in Fall of 1997 Sonoma County high school students now have an opportu- nity to learn about and experi- ence government through hands- on parliamentary procedure. Students in grades 10-12 can run for Governor, Assembly, or judge. They can become a lobby- ist or a reporter. School credit can be earned. This program is offered by the California YMCA Model Legis- lature & Court/Youth Govern- ment. The Sonoma Countygroup meets beginning in September. For more information contact the Youth/Teen Program Depart- ment 54545-9622. Location of regular meetings of the Board of Supervisors, Di- rectors and Commissioners has been changed to the Permit and Resource Managment Depart- ment hearing room at 2550 Ven- tura Ave., Santa Rosa, effective June 3. The change is due to construc- tion at the regular meeting place and will continue until further notice. If you have any questions con- cerning this change you may contact Lainey Gerber at 575 Administration Dr., Room 100A, Santa Rosa or call 527-2241. Senior Center hosts Pancake Breakfast on Black Bart Day, May 31 Start offBlack Bart Day with a delicious Pancake Breakfast put on by Cloverdale Senior Multi-Purpose Center. We will serve eggs, sausage and of course, our delicious pancakes! The breakfast will be held at the Grange Hall, 201 Commercial St., from 8-11:30. Cost is $5 for adults, $2.50 for children ten and under. Take out is available if you are in a hurry to set up a booth. Tickets are available at the Senior Center now or you can pay at the door. Call 894-4826 for more information. Fiesta Travel makes dreams come true If you are planning to take a trip, whether it be to the Orient, Europe, Hawaii, Mexico or any- place in the world, Fiesta Travel is the place to begin your shop- ping for the best deal. "There are no additional fees, no hidden charges and yes we are local. We are located at 120 East First Street and have been in Cloverdale since 1989. The ser- vices that we offer, besides air- line tickets which are the same as offered by the Airlines and some- Richard Gutlerrez times even less due to the flexibil- ity of our computerized system, are Amtrak and other rail tickets, customized tours, cruises, hotel reservations, car rentals, money- gram service, passport photos and above all courteous personal service," Gutierrez said. "Ask about our Bridal Registry for those planning to get married and cannot afford the honeymoon of their dreams. We like to consider ourselves fulfillers of dreams. For business travelers our service can't be beat, we deliver, too. We appreciate your continual patronage and if you haven't yet been in to see us, drop by and say hello," Gutierrez said. Richard Gutierrez has been in the travel business for 15 years, and has owned and operated Fiesta Travel since 1989. The busi- ness is located at 120 East First St., Cloverdale. group students thank benefactors The Santa Rosa Junior College Bacchus Vinifera student orga- nization thanks the communi- ties of Sonoma County who sup- ported the Rich Thomas Tribute held recently at the SRJC Shone Farm. The event netted over $12,000 for the Rich Thomas viticulture scholarship and Bacchus Vinifera organization for student leader- ship activities, according to Scott Fraser, Vice-President. Additional donations may be sent to the Rich Thomas Scholar- ship Fund administered by the Santa Rosa Junior College Foun- dation, 1501 Mendocino Ave. Santa Rosa, 95401. Irene Hunter heads Preceptor Mu Theta Preceptor Mu Theta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi recently in- stalled the following new offic- ers for 1997-98: Irene Hunter, President; Car- ol Huot, Vice-President; Shar- ien Pardini, Recording Secre- tary; Lynda Thompson, Corre- sponding Secretary, and Donna Ferguson, Treasurer. The Chapter donated $830 to the following:. Cloverdale Senior Center, Cloverdale Food Pan- try, Boys & Girls Club, Friends of the Library, Family Service, Project Graduation, Roaring Li- onesses, Youth in Action, Man- zanita Santa Suit and the Beta Sigma Phi Endowment FuncL Wine train event on EDC agenda for joint meeting A joint meeting between the Cloverdale Economic Develop- ment Commission and the Wine and Visitor Center Board is scheduled at the Chamber o f Commerce Office, 106 N. Cld :" verdale Blvd. at 7:30 a.m. May 28. A report will be given on the status of the Wine Celebrity Train Event June 27. Also on the agenda will be fi- nalizing a date for a trip to Arca- ta to view results of the Econom- ic Development Corporation. Cloverdale Seniors write This story was written by Iola Ferrari at the Cloverdale Auto- biography Writing Workshop being held at the Cloverdale Se- nior Center on Thursdays from 1-3 pm. Iola was bern in Cloverdale. She attended Cloverdale schools until 1935, finishing in Berkeley and San Francisco, later return- ing to her home town area. She at one time owned 1200 acres in the Cloverdale Peak area, raising palomino horses and hereford cattle. She was also in the antique business. She and John Ferrari were married in 1987, travelled extensively and enjoyed their mountain home. She was saddened by his death in 1996, but still lives on the 50 acres she retained, enjoying the view and wild life. The class is taught by Scott Reid and is free. Presented by the Santa Rosa Junior College Seniors program, the class al- ways welcomes new participants. Come join us, enjoy the fun and meet new people. A Mother's Liberation in the 1920s By Iola Ferrari World War I had ended, the Volstead Act (Prohibition) was a failure and bootlegging was ram- pant. The mothers around Clo- verdale were concerned about their husbands and sons possi- bly being tempted and when a new organization came to town called %Vomen's Christian Tem- perance Union" many of them quickly joined. My mother was so busy at home, she felt she had no time for them. I can remember her most vividly either sewing, (mak- ing all our clothes), washing, ironing, cooking, gardening and doing all the wifely duties ex- pected of. women in the early twenties. She was also a good family nurse, and pulled us through everything from a stubbed toe to all the childhood diseases. I think we all had measles, chicken pox, and mumps (at different times) and she would give us all the comfort she could. I thought of my mother as a sweet, kindly, loving mother, completely satisfied with her role. She wore her dresses mod- estly ankle-length, had never had her waist-long chestnut brown hair cut, and always wore it in a bun. The only time I would see it down, was at night, when it was brushed one hundred times, usually with the help of one of us girls. Morn baked several loaves of bread every day, and I tried to be in the kitchen when it was com- ingout of the oven. There's noth- ing like the aroma of bread baking, unless its the taste of a freshly cut heel, smothered with rich, home-churned butter. Morn was a broad minded per- son, but I was surprised with her fierce pride in her baking abili- ty. One day I made a bad mis- take. I was sittingin the kitchen eating a fresh piece of her won- derful bread, and mentioned the fact that my friend's mother had treated me to her bread, and how good it was. My sweet little mother told me in no uncertain words that if I liked the bread of someone else better, so be it, but in her opin- ion that "other woman's" bread was very course. She added that I wasn't prohibited from chang- ing my taste, and that I needn't eat hers if I didn't care to. Be- lieve me, I learned one lesson: Either compliment the cook, or stay out of the kitchen! Mom loved to go to the movies at the Perry Theater, where three of her children worked. Every time there was a change of pictures she was ready. Since I was her last child, and very young, she usually took me with her. Sometimes I would be bored with the sobby, or romantic mov- ies, and would sleep through some of them When the cowboys and Indians or comedies came on though, I was wide awake. Mom didn't care what they were, she liked them all.  rlilcddt be t n]Snwh she worked in her flowers. I watched her plant a large bed of daffodils one time and when they bloomed, they were a sea of gold and people would stop to admire them. Through the years, whereever we moved, some bulbs went with her, and as a found in man children and Even as I look out now, dow I see some of them in my yard and am that day 70 ago, watch ed her in the soil. Everything smoothly in our mother started brin bootlegging problem more often. My father her to stay away testors, fearing for and thought that he convinced. Little did what lurks in the sweetest of women. We never knew (, caused the change " year of 1924. had a steady job of family of ten children, too much time for gence, at age 40 she ( was time to break knows... One day she was taking the self and true to she remained gave us all such a was not t that morning, but wearing a dress with new length. The to come. She calmly she had joined the started having the our house for tea meetings wherever held. Much to a hard time getting new image for awhile, ly admired her for and new look. She independent attitude t her life and she lived to one hundrecL On her day we gave her a big! usual. She wagry her modern makeup. When she champagne glass someone jokingly she didn't She replied do anything I. 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