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Page 6 - Wednesday, June 11, 1980 Thou, 'N Thing By Nobody in Particular UNBELIEVABLE It is easy to say, "Lets try !" It is another whole story when it works...when it is done. To me the truly beautiful part about the Vienna trip is the fact that never before in the history of C1overdale had such a thing been attempted and the only way it could have...the only way it did happen...was everyone helping and working together. Cloverdale probably raised more than 90 percent of the total amount of money through the fund raisers and donations - ...and those hardy attenders! Little, very little was solicited. The merchants of CIoverdale deserve our gratitude for their support. I am aware that many (many) gave donations to heJp with the fund raisers and have not received public recognition. I hope (and I ask you please) as a Cloverdale consumer to remember and appreciate just what the mer- chants of this town gave to help make the Vienna trip possible. Also true and beautiful is the support of our schools, our city services, our churches, our clubs, lodges and organizations, our children, our seniors, our parents and our friends and our families...each in their own way gave their support en- couragement and...and-or their money! It took everyone. R was every one! We have created a miracle...a miracle of....giving! MY HOME TOWN How do you thank a whole town? One person said to say thank you through the newspaper. (I am) One told me it wasn't necessary to say thank you because everyone helped because they wanted to. Prank Rose told me I should say thank yQu...personally...and individually. When and if I meet you...l will thank you...personally, lor now, I will just say, "Thank you town, thank you very much. I'm glad I live in Cloverdaie...l'm glad "my home town" is Cloverdale ! ALL THINGS WORK TOGETHER I am using this space and means to thank Congressman Don Clausen for the lovely pin from the United States Congress that he personally presented to me at the American Legion Barbecue on May 31, 1900. Thank you Mr. Congressman ! I will keep and cherish the lovely pin but more than that I will remember that it was the beautiful and inspiring words of our Congressman in the May 8, 1978 issue of the Congressional Record that made me think and realize how important "our values" are to our American way of life. If we wish to preserve our precious freedoms then we must also preserve our values and ideals. The following are quotes from the words of Don Clausen May 9, 1978. "Mr. Speaker, oneof the greatest safeguards we possess to insure the continuation of our American quality of life and the preservations of our precious freedoms is our system of public education. Like our great institutions, our public schools are at their best, and rise to the full measure of their capability when they are staffed not only by competent and hard working men and women, but also by teachers who are in- spirational and have the ability to transmit their high stan- (lards of excellence to their students." And then, "I take this means of bringing to the attention of my colleagues in the Congress this outstanding example of a genuinely committed and dedicated educator. Hoepfully, you can share its contents with the people of your own congressional districts to serve as an inspiration to all who read the Congressional Record." Of course, it goes without saying that he was referring to Steve Connoily, the Remarkable Mr. "C"... and as our Congressman he deserves our appreciation for the recognition and the tribute which played such an important part in the...Miracle of Vienna. THANKS GRAM Thanks for reminding me Gram ! When I asked Gram what her full name was she replied, "When someone asked me (at one of the feeds) what my name was...l told them, I am the Connol]y Mother!" Gram's name is Helen and she is Winnie's mother. The first time we met was at the ConnolIy house when I came bursting in onher to see and talk to Winnie about Vienna. Gram reminded me that I had asked (told) her to pray because we needed a super duper miracle. She did. She said, "You told me to pray...and I did...because I have faith." Thanks Gram ! I knew we could do it! You and I know that if something is right:..if it is gcod...if it is for the ommon good...if it is meant to be...it can happen...it will h3en. Sometimes it cannot be stopped. Gram, I hope more good will come of this than just a Band trip to another country. I hope it will inspire us (at least in Cloverdale) to have hope, to believe in ourselves, to show our care and concern for one another, to give when it is good...not just for the sake of giving...but because it will make us, as a people, as a community...stronger and better. Thanks Gram ! Thanks for reminding me what the Miracle of Vienna is really all about ..... faith in people. OH YE OF LrrFLE FAITH As I reach for the drean/of eternity As I search through my soul's desire as I stumble and cry I keep wondorin8 why? I don't understand But...l try ! P.S. CLOVERDALE ..... I LOVE YOU! THANK YOU!!! l.ease note: For those of you who might read this column and who also pay attention to small details I would like to clarify a point made last week. Someone off the Mike Douglas Show said, "II million' people raised $3 million dollars," That amounts to 37 cents each: Or they said, "3 million people raised $11 million," that would amount to $3.67 per. I can't remember which way it went...but either way it cannot beat wat Cloverdale just did. Nearly $20 per man, woman, and child. Church Women United to hold. bake sale Many outstanding local cooks will be stirring up a lot of dolieious palate pleasing goodies, for the annual Church Women United bake sale June 14. To be held at Penny Fair and Rosco's, beginning at 9:30 until sold out. Good homemade breads, cakes, pies,  cookies, and other confeetionary delights , such variety. Since the next day is **Father's Day" why not pick up some goodies for dad. S(op by either location and be delighted. Men's quartet to appear at Oat Valley Baptist Church Pastor Don Hieter of the Oat Valley Baptist Church has announced that the Pillsbury Baptist Bible College Men's Quartet appear at the church on Tuesday evening, June 17, 1980 at 7:30 p.m. The quartet is touring the states of Iowa, Nebraska, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Washington, California, Generic drugs: Arizona, Colorado, Utah, Kansas, and Minnesota during the months of May, June, and July. Members of the quartet include Mr. Steve Davis, a senior from Longmont, Colorado; Mr. Paul Rudy, a 1980 graduate from Kenosha, Wisconsin; Mr. Dean Fitzsimmons, a senior from Willard, Ohio; and Mr. Eugene Murrell, a sophomore from Mitchell, Nebraska. Also traveling with the quartet is Mr. Don Scovill, Chairman of the Music Department at Pillsbury. Pillsbury College, a Biblical Arts College located 65 miles south of Minneapolis, is situated on a beautiful 14- acre campus in Owatonna, Minnesota. How good are they? Most people could be saving money on prescription drugs that are available generically; that is, prescribed and filled by their scientific name, rather than by their more expensive brand name equivalents. The Food and Drug Ad- ministration says, 3,330 of its 5,000 approved drugs have more than one manufacturer and thus are available generically. About three- quarters, or 2,400 of these arc therapeutically equivalent drugs. Ask your doctor or pharmacist if there are generic alternatives for the Good Word for Today: Tears TEXT: They that sow in tears shall reap in joy. Psalm 126:5. Even Christians are not immune to sorrow. During our lives we shed many tears. We weep in times of discouragement, grief, homesickness, worry, and remorse. Sometimes we cry in anger or frustration. There are nights when our pillows become wet as we lament before the Lord over our unsaved Loved ones. But there are tears that a Christian need never shed; and they are the tears of hopelessness. Matthew 5: 4 says, "Blessed are they that mourn for they shall be comforted." This is Jesus Himself making that promise! He sees our every need and deed and acs on our behalf in every cir- cumstance. He cares when we are crushed and down- cast. In Luke 4:18 we see that He was sent to heal the broken hearted. Though we might be in deepest despair we can be assured that all things are working for our good. We have the promise, in the beautiful words of Psalm 30:5 that "Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning". And for the most com- forting promise of all, read verses t6 and 17 in the seventh chapter of Revelation. "They shall hunger no more...for the Lamb, which is in the midst of the throne shall feed them, and shall lead them into living fountains of water; and Ggi shall wipe away all tears from their eyes." Historical Mormon Ch transcript found in bible By DORIS HILL translated Book of Mormon. Smith. It is almost certain Smith wrote the one-page transcript on the Mark Hofmann, a in 1828. On the back of the premedical student at Utah sheet Smith wrote: "These State found a transcript stuck caractors were diiligently Smith was ! between the pages of an old copied by my own hand from translating Bible that once belonged to the plates of gold and given to was givea Joseph Smith's sister, Martin Harris who took them Moroni. Catherine. Joseph Smith is to New York City but the plates the founder of the Church of learned could not translate it history Jesus Christ of Latter-day because the Lord would not migrated Saints (Mormon). Church open it to them in fulfilment to AmeriCa historians and handwriling of the prophecy of Isaih Christ. experts say this is possibly written in the 29th chapter plates into the oldest document in and 11th verse" The Mormon a Mormon Church history. It is misspelling of "caractors" text. a handwritten copy of the and other words were along with characters from Ihe un- common in later writings of Manzanita Manor Musin By JAN FREEMAN during World War I. In 1923 many she and her husband and two The children moved to Loyalton, happen Once in a while, I like to California where they lived she interview some of our for 16 years. Her husband residents and get a glimpse of died in 1965 in Oroville, She the uniqueness of their lives California and she moved to Church of in "by gone" days. Today I Cloverdale 13 years ago to live the churd sat down with Coralei with her daughter. Coralei at the Dimmen andlistened to some has two children and 5 delightful delightful tales about her life grandchildren. She came to derful in Indian Territory, her live at Manzanita Manor in are really children and grandchildren. December because she had a brighten stroke but she is doing just She was born Coral'ei Hall great She walks with a cane, in Durant, Indian Territory, goes to town with a friend to We are s (which is now Oklahoma), in havelunch and have her hair although 1 1883. She's a high school done. She keeps an eye on the really graduate, was married at 18, other Residents in case they sisters. and moved to Arizona in 1918 need help, and has made though. Parkside Chapel features sing luheritance, a con- 12 at 7 p.m. camps. temtx)rary Christian vocal During the summer months The ensemble from Bethany Bible the six-member group will be invited to C()llege in Santa Cruz, Cal.. touring throughout Northern night only will nlinisler in music at California, Nevada, and enjoy Parkside Christian Chapel. Oregon. They will be singing music for 553 W. 2nd. on Thursday June in churches as well as youth age. All Coming events at the I prescriptions you need. Librium, Darvon Compound- Brand name drugs become 65, Elavil, Endep, Benadryl, Free Movies at the Library The Summer session of the well-known during their 17- Lomotil, ,tivert, Diuril, and Family Film Night at the Library's Pre-school Story A year patent protection when Tylenol with -Codeine all have library will present a "mixed Time will begin y, they have the market to generic alternatives, bag" of Iilms next Thursday June 10 and continue each offered themselves. After the patent Some consumers think that Ilighl, Ju,e 12. al 7 p.m. Tuesday morning at 10:30 older at expires, other manufacturers generics are produced by Fealured will be: "Peter and a.m. Ihrough July 29. Regional can produce the same drug small or unknown the Wolf" - the Walt Disney Featured in these programs and under its generic nam or manufacturers This sbbuld version of this musical story: are Dieture book stories, two under and alternate brand, not be a concern Ninety "'The Wedding Reception" - simple folk tales, finger feature and often charge less. percent of generics are made from Ihe Ballet, "Don plays, songs, puppets, and bread For example, hntibiotics by major drug companies quixote": "Ansel Adams: occasionally a short film such as Achromycin, Generics contain the same Photographer" - a porlrail of. This program is absolutely is limited Sumycin, or Tetracyn brands drug ingredients as the well- A m e r i c a " s f i n e s t free of charge Parents of 3, 4 and may be prescribed, but known brand names, so most pohtographer. All people of and 5 year old children are This Tetracycline is the simple are equivalent. However, all ages are invited to attend - encouraged to call Pat Lewis free of generic alternative, new testing methods have and fl's absolutely free. at the Library, 894-5271 for formation S i m i I a r I y, c o m m o n revealed that about one- more information, programS, prescription drugs such as Continued on page 12 Pre-schoolers" Story Time 894-5271. Cloverdale Area Church Dire ANTIOCH MISSIONARY BAPTIST MIlS|ON 473 Ctoverdale Blvd. Mission Representatvie . Ken llams BAHA'I FAITH Ple4se call for more information and-or literature Phone: 894-4172 CHURCH OF CHRIST 76 Tarman Drive Minister: Robert W. Churchill Phone: IN4-,63 CHURCH OF GOD PROPHECY 78700 S RedwOOd Hwy Pastor: A,W, West Phone: 894.359S CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 28755 Redwood Hwy. So, Branch Pres.: Claud g. WilliemS Phohe IN4+2032 EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD 112 N. Main Street Rev.: Marvin Bowers Priest in Charge Phor : 894-5719 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 450 Heeldsburg Avenue Pastor: John Powefl Sunoy School tO a.m NEIGHBORHOOD CHURCH Growth GrouDs Morning Worship 11 a.rn. Christian & Missionery Alliance Sutlay Worship Evening Worshi p 6 pm. ?8 Tarman Drive Evening Service Midweek Service (Thurs.) 7 p.m. Phone: 894-3445 Bible Study (Thursday) Study Class (AAo. Morns.) 10 am. Study Class (Mon/ Eves.) 730 pro. Fireside Meetings (Check Caletdar of Events for Dates & Times) Children's Classes Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m Sun, Morning WorshiD It a,m. S4lday Evening 6 p.m. Wed. Evening 7:30 p.m. Sunday 9:45 a.m. & 6 p.m. SUNDAY 3 HOUR BLOCK Pr iesthool 9 a.m. Relief Society 9 a.m. Primary 9 am. Young Women 9 am. Sunday SchOOl 10 a.m, Sacrament Meeting 10:$0 a.m. Relief Society Homemeklng 7;30 p.m. Mtg. 1St Tues. each Month Sunday Holy Communion 9 a.m. Bible Teaching Program 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship Hour 11 a.rn, Church Training Program 4 p.m. Evening WorShip Hour 6 p.m. Midweek Services (Wednesdey) 7 P,m. I OAT VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH Highway 128 Rev.: DF Hieter Phone: 8943107 Church Phone: 894-2998 Sunday School Morning Worship Evening Service Midweek Service (Weck"sdeY) 131 Dine Street J PARKSIDE CHRISTIAN CHAPEL 533 west Second St. Rev : Richard Rile8 Phone: 894 2893 Sunday Schoot Morning Worship Evening Service Bible Study & Prayer (Wed-) Daisy 8, Prims (Wed.) WMC All Ladies Welcome (T SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH ?8775 RedWOOd HWy. S. PastOr : Dale Wolcott Phone: 894.5703 SATURDAY: Sal0ba th School Worlhip .r v ice Family Prayer Fellowship (WeV-- Sister of Service (S.O.S.) 2rid & 4th Tues. ST. PETER'S CATHOLIC CHURCH OUR LADY OF: MT. CARMEL ReD, rood Highway So Father Henry Phone: {194-2535 Sat''day Evening Mass Sunday Mass (Astir Daily Mass (Clvd.) Sunday Mass (Clvd.) J UNITED CHURCH OF CLOVERDALE Sunday Worship 439 N. ClOverdale Bird, Child Care Available Min.: Robert Kers/ Phone: 894-2039 Cootinuing the ministries of the Congregation Church aM the United UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Meeting with The United Church of Cloverdale Phone: 894-2039 Sunday orshtp GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH 890 N, Cloverdale Blvd. Pastor: Norman M. Redeker Phone: 433-3L3 or 894-30 FRED YOUNG & COMPANY 894-2540 Or 433-3329 CLOVERDALE BOWL 110 Healdsburg Ave. 894-7996 Sunday Morn. Worship Service 9 a.m. Sunday School 10:1S a,m. THE ENCORE 104 S. Clover'dale Blvd. 894-9944 Pellegrini's CHEVRON SERVICE 206 S. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-3323 J Domenichelli REAL ESTATE 104 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Av T' 894-3354 J J. PEDRONcELLi CLOVERI WINERY REWg 1220 Canyon894.3619Rd., Geyserville , 112