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July 9, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 7 officers Toastmasters of- inducted into office 1997. The ceremony a the Cloverdale Smor- Toastmaster of the i Ceremony was Bob Le- officer and Area was Claire Caudill. President Lin- VP Education ; VP Public Re- Kelso; VP Mere- Secretary Showers; Treasurer Sergeant at Arms Success in business is I how effective you are. participation in the Communication program, peo- all backgrounds learn speak, conduct a ;manage a department lead, delegate, and oin the Clover- each Friday at the Blvd. Dell," stated. sought local shelters located in Clo- and the Spare Room, Healdsburg, are the County Community Since of the year they beds to an aver- each month. 40 to 50 people take showers dur- day in the Spare Room. Paul&apos;s signs tn and provides a towel use as well as soap occasionally a toothbrush and always i heave a heart for the and think you might Wallace House needs to check people into It is a time commit- One hour or less, from 7 one night per week. like more informa- at 894- leffve a message for you can do or dream begin it. Boldness has and power in iL Wolfgang Goeth The annual Hiatodcal Society Picnic was held June 17 at the Lake Sonoma picnic grounds. Park Ranger Barbara Cooper gave a wonderful program. She pretended to be the maid from the Old Skaggs Springs Hotel (now under the Lake) and described how we, as guests, might have travelled to the Hotel and what amenities we would have had when arriving. Members and guests thoroughly enjoyed the beautiful evening. I-lealdsburg General Hospital volunteers from Cloverdale attending the 25th anniversary luncheon at Madrona Manor are shown; from left - Cheryl Newton, Johanna Howell, Jennie Silzer and Dorothy Malster. Others attending were Elaine Ahdern, Florence Dodson and Joan Fennessey. . auxiliary celebrates anniversary Cloverdale volunteers were on hand to help celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Healdsburg General Hospital Auxiliary. The volunteers and hospital officials enjoyed a luncheon at Madrona Manor in Healdsburg. President Joan Sternecker completed her year in office and Nan Kolb was installed as pres- ident for 1997-98. The auxiliary now has 45 mem- bers who perform a number of important tasks and services for Ahdern.AlsoattendingfromClo- the benefit of patients, verdale were Randy Randolph The Auxiliary is looking for- chairman ofthehospsitalboard, ward to the hospital remodeling and Marie Vandagriff, director. project that will include an en- closed gift shop thus enabling members to carry more items for patients and their guests. Cloverdale volunteers in at- tendance were Dorothy Weister, Jennie Silzer, Johanna Howell, Cheryl Newton, Joan Fennes- sey, Florence Dodson and Elaine Summer Tooth Tips Summer is a time for vaca- tions, picnics and outdoor sports- -and peak season for dental injuries, oral health experts say. The California Dental Associa- tion (CDA) encourages those cel- ebrating summer and planning vacations to be prepared in case of a dental emergency. Knowing what to do in a den- tal emergency could mean the difference between getting on with your fun, or having it ruin your plans. To help you cope with some of the more common emergencies, CDA recommends the following: Knocked-out Tooth: Rinse the tooth lightly in running water, but don't scrub it, and touch it as little as possible. Reinsert the tooth in the socket and hold it firmly in place. If you are unable to place the tooth in the socket, place it in water or milk, or wrap in a clean wet cloth to keep the nerve clean and most. See a den- tist immediately. Toothache: Rinse your mouth vigorously with warm water. Use dental floss to remove any trapped food. Use cold compress- es to reduce swelling and take a pain reliever. Do not use heat. If your appliance can If you want your appliance to be cared for by the very best, just pick up the phone and listen to Ed Bouissey's message. =If you have a sick appliance, keep it warm and give it plenty of rest," his reassuring voice says. You know you've found the right man. BoLd ssey fixes heaters, air con- ditioners, stoves, washers and dryers, garbage disposals, dish- washers, water heaters, space heaters, swamp coolers, domes- tic refrigerators, etc. In short, he fixes everything--except micro- waves. Bouissey has had experience in the appliance repair business since 1955. "I like all aspects of my work, especially the variety and doing something different everyday," he explains. Ed has owned Boysee Appli- ance in Cloverdale since 1982 and recently took on a partner, Bobby Lyons. The business was originally supposed to be something to do after he retired from Buck's Gas in Healdsburg. "I thought I'd do this on a retirement basis, but it Do not place aspirin on gum tis- sue or aching tooth. See a den- tist as soon as possible. Bitten Tongue or Lip: Put di- rect pressure on the bleeding area with a clean cloth and ap- ply a cold compress to minimize swelling. If the bleeding doesn't stop, go to a nearby hospital. Broken Tooth: Clean dirt and debris from the injured area with warm water. Use cold compress- es to minimize swelling. See a dentist as soon as possible. Lost Filling: Apply oil of cloves to cotton, squeeze out the excess and place a small piece of the cotton in the cavity. Or, cover the cavity with paraffin, and take aspirin as needed. Oil of cloves and paraffin can be purchased at your local gro- cery store. See your dentist as soon as possible so the filling can be properly replaced. If you are out of town and away from your regular dentist, look in the telephone book under dentist to find the local or state dental society's number. If you are out of the country, contact the United States Embassy's hotel personnel to refer you to a dentist. i be fixed Ed can do it ff you have a akk applIsnc, e glve Ed Bouilmey s call. fooled me into full time," Bouis- sey id. Bouissey is grateful to his lo- cal customers. =I thank all the people who have used me in the past, and I hope to keep working with them in the future," he said. He's available Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pro. He can be reached by calling 894-4391 or 431-7036. Br & Wine, Lunch & Bnner Open 11AB to 9PIW C FOOD TO GO & South Cloverdale Blvd. in the Furber Ranch Shopping Center THOMAS REED SINK ATTORNEY AT LAW SINK & JOHNSON 112 West Fmt St Cloverdale CA 95425 C707)4-354 __ .. i:Y;::::.::i!' /2/ /Yf-< Lic. No. S 11487 A&E ELECTRIC Commercial & Residential Wiring PAGER 1510)319-8235 RICK GURRIES Lic No 267621 Clover Electric, Inc. Closed Circuit TV Systems Designed & Installed 40 Ft. Bucket Lift 894-3531 ,.,.=,,. co...n, Residential 50 Industrial Drive .... ii ! Jerry Beebe Sales and Leasing 2600 Nodh State St (707) 462.8817 Ukiah, California 95482 FAX (707) 462.1593 1-800-552-0559 Home (707) 894*4375 APPLIANCE SERVICE Heating & Air Conditioners -Stoves Washers-Dryers - Garbage Disposals Dishwashers - Water Heaters-Space Heaters " Swamp Coolers-Domestic Refrigeration 894-4391 ... 431-7036 Owner Full Semice Saon New Longer Hours: Tuel- Fri-8:30 am-8 Sat 8:30 am-5 pm We've got new bulbs for our tanning becll IManicud,,te available In evenings, Tuelays & Fridays 123 N. Cloverdale Boulevard 894-2671 Now at Nails & Hair Design See Mike for your family barbering needs. 129 N. Cloverdale Blvd. #9, Cloverdale 1194-,1601 Wed-Thurs-Fri, 8:30 am-6 pm; Sat'$ by appt. Instant  W0ddle Reservaons for:. Airlines- Cruises- Hotels  / . Tours Cars ' ";:"," DmcountsforSeniorTravelers x , _ .':,--- :i T ravelV ideo Lib rary ,/' ., Free DeliveryServk;e Passport & ID Phot ,w,.:  ' Riohard Gut/errrez, Mnlger 120 E. First Street. 894-5244 ,i i FAR HORIZONS TRAVEL Nancy McKean Travel Consultant Home: (707)8?4.2764 302 Center Street Healdsburg, CA 95448 (707)433-697 I Fax (707)433-6533 Cloverdale Rower Shoppe Fresh Flowers Plants Gifts Wire Service Specializing in I Weddings and lanerals I 204 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2844 I Your Professio.al Florist Let us help you express your feelings ruth beau#ful flowers/ Advertise in the Cloverdale Directory for lust $12/Week*and Reach Thousands. (3 Month Minimum Commitment Required)