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Page 6 - Wednesday, July 23, 1980 American Legion Auxiliary By DENA GAMBETTA This week the delegates to convention from William Russell Ledford Unit 293 American Legion Auxiliary went all through their con- vention paraphernalia, and assembled all of the citizens, awards and cash together and came up with the following. First of all we would like to congratulate our own editor, Janice Cory, of the Cloverdale Reveille for biing the winner of the Golden Press Award, on her series of articles on Children and Youth, which this year was the Cloverdale High School Band. A special citation was awarded to Janice Cory, attested by the Department Com- munications Chairman, the Secretary Claire Sweeney and President of the California Auxiliary, Ruth Washington. The Cloverdale Reveille won California&apos;s Golden Press Award and Cory's series has been sent to National to compete for first prize on National level, which will be awarded in Boston, Mass., in August, because i g that is where the National convention is being held this year. We are so proud of editor Janice and the Cloverdale Reveille, and hope they will be the winners on National level! On Tuesday of this week, several members surprised Janice at the Reveille office by arriving with cake, punch and the special presentation. Other winners were Aria Mac BuRner, Americanism Chairman who won first for her best year round report with a citation and $5; Kathleen Hare was the winner of the district Americanism Essay contest on District level, with a citation and a check for $10. We congratulate Kathleen, and we are very proud of her, as this is the first time we had a first in Americanism on District level. Theresa Tollini, received second place citation for the-secoed best unit report in the whole State of California, she also received a first with a citation for the best all year round Veterans Affairs and Rehabilitation report. Elsie Karr, Membership Chairman received citation, a 100 percent gold unit blue ribbon, and a special Gold Card for her special quota in mem- bership. Ruby Vadon, Past President's Parley received citation, a citation for best year round report; Mildred Allen received first in Children and Youth on District level: while Irene Ferrari received first for best year round Drill and Ritual rport; Leahona tlarper eived first for her Con- sl'itulion and Bylaws report; Katy Greppi, received citation for best year round report in Community Service. Vi.la Mack received a citation with $5 from the department chairman on Education. she also received a department citation and a check for $5; Orene Wehr received first in Foreign Relations for best unit report; Marie Hill. Girls State chairman received on district and state level with a check for $5; Henrietta Ruppert, Music Chairman, received a citation or best Music P,.eporl; while Dena Gatnbetla received first on District level in Corn- Mural used for brochure photograph) was used as a background for a brochure for a Sebastopol company which manufacturers printed ski hats and scarves. Over 35 hours were put into the planning, layout, con- struction and product arrangement, for the 4-H Ag-Hortlculture judged at Falr For those people who have driven past Photography by Mac recently and wondered if he is getting a bit flaky for erecting a 8'x12' mural in his yard, believe it or not, there was a purpose fop it. The mural (actually eight sections of wallpaper from a Old Adobe 4-H; William Groverman, Rolling Hills 4- H; Paul Spalelta, four firsts, Nicasio 4-H. Windsor : Jennifer Ableman, two firsts. ' Novato: Bobby Corda, lwo firsls, Nicasio 4-H. Pengrove: Roswitha Hobbs, six firsts, Penngrove 4-H; Kristy Holden, Pen- ngrove 4-H Fulton: Marie Maggi, Crossroads 4-H Sebastopol : Martin San- ders, three firsts and Xrercie Sanders, two firsts, both members of Independence 4- H. Results of the judging in 4- H Ag-Horticulture at" the VJ80 Sonoma County Fair have been released by the Fair premium office today. Blue ribbon winners, ex- cluding those from the Santa Rosa Area, are listed, below. Geyserville: Jonell Mc- Namara, two firsts, Heald- sburg 4-H. Geyserville : Melissa McNamara, five firsts, Healdsburg 4-H. Petaluma: San jay Bhat, four firsts, Golden Hills 4--H; Siyatha Bhat, three firsts, Golden Hills 4-H; Deanna Domenichelli, seven firsts, Johnson's paintings on display at First National Art Commission, has studied under Charles Edwards, Clinton Conley, and Mrs. Robert Wood. Her work is moslly Iraditional with an emphasis on mood, light and shadow. She is a first grade teacher at the Christian Life School in Sanla Rosa. The public is invited to enjoy her paintings at the bank. Most of the works are for sale and may be pur- chased through First National Bank. The oil paintings and watercolors of Louise Johnson are on display at First National Bank of Mendocino in Cloverdale for th entire month of July. Johnson's works in this showing are landscapes and seascapes. They portray the beauty of Sonoma County, and the High Sierra, the Johnson's former home and also their favorite vacationing spot. Johnson, a local artist and member of the Cloverdale Grange Card Party will be awarded. There will be a donation of $1. Refreshments Will be served. It is best to plan your table so that you can be assured of playing. Come and enjoy an evening of fun. The monthly card party sponsored by the Cloverdale Grange will be held on Sat,', July 26, at the Grange Hall at 8 p.m. Pedro, Canasta and Pinochle will be played and a door prize, plus prizes for the highs and lows of each game brochure, then less than Iwo minutes to take the actual pholograph. The wind and a quick rain shower caused some frayed nerves and an instant ulcer for company owner Linda Mueller. bul all .'-rked ,iul-in ihe end NOW -One Local Number For All Your Travel Needs Call Louise Andersen 894-4190 COMPLETE TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS -NO CHARGE FOR OUR SERVICE % Travel Service 6920 COMMERCE BLVO ROHNERT PARK ,1795"6902 ! TERRY HAEHL Manager municalions'with a citation and a beautiful plaque; on stale level she received citation for best com- munications report, plus she received second place for her press book competition entry. This past year Dena was the Education Chairman, for the district and received a 100 percenl report on education with a citation. We feel that all Ihese awards were won partly because of the fine press coverage by the Reveille, and so to the whole staff we say, "thank you," we appreciate your fine auxiliary press coverage. The auxiliary is still manning the refreshment stand at the park. Why not COlne up and patronize us? Donna Wooldridge won first for Energy Con- servation with $250, while Claudia Reck, Poppy Chair- Juan, won third place on state level, wilh Miss Poppy, Tammy Kaserman, winning second with $10 and Wilson Quang winning first wth $25 and citation for Poppy Poster ('onlesl. Elsie Karr. Melnbership Chairman is reporting 117 t 41, e, Among the many top awards and citations won on State level and presented to members of the American Legion Auxiliary William Russell Ledford Unit 293 from the 61st Auxiliary convention held in Sacramento were: (front row, left to right) Lee'Silver, Kathleen Hare (winner of contest on the District level), Theresa Back row: Dena Gambetta, Aria Mac and Henrietta Ruppert. Photo by paid up members. We need ollly one inure to reach our goal. Please make our goal becotne a reality, and send in YoUr dues today! Let's be firsl again. Don'l forgel, no meeting for the women in August ! See all of you in September when we will be hearint fr-m Ihe Girls Staler, Kelly Edgar, and the dir Boys Starers. It will be a the Stroud departs for Sonoma summer events scheduled for MDA Coast Guard Storekeeper ticipated 3rd Class Jaes W. Stroud, son Rose of John E. and Irene R. Ore. The Stroud of P.O. Box 184, maritime CIoverdale, Calif., recently consisted August 9-10--Hickory Fartns of Ohio in Santa Rosa will sponsor a garage sale featuring quality furniture. kilchenware and plants al Hickory Farms Service Center 238 Roberls( from 10 a.m.-Gpm. Free admission wilh all proceeds benefiting MDA. For more inforlnalion phone Bobble. Belly or' Robin at 707-544-6597. Augusl 31--Cal Skale m Rohnerl Park will presenl ,wo skale-a-lhons. A liny lots skale-a-thon will be held for children l0 years and younger from 9 a.ln. - 5 p m For skaters ll years and older, an 18-hour skale-a-I hun will be held from 6 p.nl, Sunday, Augusl 31 to noon. Monday. Seplember 1. To be eligible for an RSROA skate jacket and prizes, entrants must have a minimum of $75 worth of sponsors. Spon- sorship forms are available a Cal Skate (6100 Commerce Blvd.  or by phoning 707-58.5- 0494 Augusl 31--Star Skale World in Sanla Rosa will present a 12-hour skate-a- lhon froln 6 pal|., Sunday, Augus* 31 Io 6 a.rn.. Monday. Septenber I. To be eligible for a RSHOA skate jacket and prizes, enlranls must have a minimum of $75 worth of sponsors. Slmsorship forms are available at Star Skate World ( 2075 Occidental Road) or by phoning Bill Hansen at 707-M4-7009. Volunteers are nttled to record skater's 1,inles. Amy Schuler and Joel Novak exchange vows At a double ring ceremoiy on ,hlly 5 al 2 p.nl.. Arny Arm Schuh,r was wed Io Joel Kim N.vak al lhe Grace l.ulheran Church in Cloverdale with the I{ev. N.rman Redeker <ff- llciatiiig ller uncle. James sei'. gave the bride away. The bride's nlaid of honor was Mrs. Robert Mius Merilee) Caldwell and her bridesmaids were Mrs. James Novak Darlene, Mrs. Robert Mius (Kalhyl and Marguerite SwilH. all of ('loverda le. The groom's best man was James N.vak and his ushers were Jazz Novak. Jerry N.vak and J.hn Novak Music for ,he occasion was supplied by Julie N,,vak on he flue and Heed Davis on he guilar. Tile bride, daughter of Sherry Schuler of Montague, ('alifornia. is a graduate of Ch,verdale High School. The groom is Ihe son of J-hn and June Novak of ('loverdale and is a I'r.ducion Specialist for MI ;M Brakes. A i'e('epiol followed Ihe ct'rem.ny al lhe Veterans Menloral Building in 'l.vel'dale with ap- pl-.ximaely 70 to 80 guests alending The beautiful wedding cake was made by he CIoverdale Bakery. Afler a honeymoon at Sea Hanch Ol Ihe Sonoma Coast. ,he couple will lake up i'esidelce in Cioverdale. departed for an Alaskan vessels, fisheries patrol, ticipated i He is a crewmember tivities. aboard the Coast Guard The Cutter Munro, homeported in high Seattle. carries a While on patrol, the Munro equipped is conducting surveillance torpedoes operations to enforce in- with a ternational treaties and U.S. search andt laws, including the 200-mile A 1975 fisheries conservation zone. High Before leaving on the Stroud patrol, the Munro par- Guard in Lunch Or Choose From Our We're Open Every Day from 6 a' Closed Tuesday the Redwood 504 N. Cloverdale READ ALL ABOUT IT! 0"9 If you're looking for the latest news on a wide variety of items being offered for sale, you'll find it in the CLASSIFIED If.you have any unwanted household items you'd like toturnintoCASH-call 1594-3339