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Page 4, Cloverdale Reveille, July 23, 1997 ...... '   , ....  ...... * .... 2  When Lori Vogt, owner of The NaturalLook, Senior writers encouraged by praise Museum donations should go towards repairs family's cabin on the Trinity River over Fourth of July, Editor:. Editor:. looking forward to her usual family-reunion style Thank you for the kind remarks in your recent editorial about I have a couple of questions regarding the plea for donations for family, friends, and pets. our Senior Writings. We senior writers are encouraged by and the Museum. What have an alarm system and temp. system have What occurred was a terrifying and appreciate hearing that readers enjoy our articles. Many of our to do with the "declared safety  of the building? It seems to me that her vacation and probably has changed forever her friends have commented favorably on our efforts and we urge them the museum already has a most adequate alarm system so why towards one of California's most controversial to join us in this writing class that is informative, rewarding and would you need a new one. Money would not be well spent for that bols of the wild. fun. when the problem at hand is to get the structure sound--so say She took her little dog and beloved companion, Lucy, to s vacation with her. Lucy enjoyed swimming in the nearb I also want to thank Steve Ginsburg for his letter expressing some. interest in my stories. Steve asked about the number of sawmills Too bad the people who worked so long and hard to get the Gould/ running in the yard, but would never travel too far from in C]overdale in the early days about which I have been writing. Shaw Museum started are no longer welcome to be heard within home; she wasn't that kind of dog. The answer to his question is in my story in this issue of the the Historical Society. It would seem that a couple of people have In the end though, it didn't matter that she was a Reveille. Please remember that all my stories are just based on my the rest running scared, kind of girl, because what befell her practically memory and the memories of a few old friends so I may miss a beat Let's put Cloverdale's history back where it belongs--in the own back yard and she was no match for an adversary t here and there. Gould/Shaw House Museum. Donations should be gotten--but for didn't choose, but felt compelled to challenge in order to Marie Vadon Hill better reasons, mistress. A 60 year resident of Cloverdale, Mr. Angus James As Lori tells it, she and Lucy were in the yard near cabin, picking apricots and enjoying being back in Neighborhood Improvement Program praised L--C__fEEEE--EY--_ countryside that is the Trinity River. As Lori turned to inside the cabin, she looked at the little dog who Editol'. paroxysm of anxiety and distress. Lori spoke to her a do Who says miracles can't happen, or Christmas in July, in did so, she looked up to see a large mountain lion read Cloverdale? She screamed "mountain lion," to folks inside the cabin Afew days ago there appeared in my garden, five teen-age elves: instant her brave little dog charged the beast, only to Dan Coleman, Carlos Crippes, Chantel Pares, Chris Pearson and into the woods amidst a flurry of paws and fur. Lori Myra Granados. They preceded to haul out nine years of garden yelping end within seconds and knew she was gone. pots, sticks and debris in bags, prune my trees and shrubs, paint Incidents like this bring home the disturbing reality the front of my house, and removing soil and woodchips--covered happens when humans and nature are in conflict - a the front area with lava rock, which I supplied, is increasing in California every year. We voted to I am so grateful to the Neighborhood Improvement Program, California Mountain Lion in the late 1980s and turned i under the good guidance of Emmy Thoroux. This provided a much proposal for limited hunting needed service which I could not afford. It also gives employment in 1996. As more and more mountain lion incidents occur and additional skills to these young men and women, of limited hunting is bound to come up again. The I can't say enough in praising the supervisor, Jim Noonan, of concept of protecting these magnificent symbols of the 'Circuit Riders, for his expertise and pleasant manner, taken - but how many of us would be so supportive Thank you all for bringing about this miracle, beloved pets, or even worse, someone we knew, had Gratefully, Loraine Fels The Cloverdale High School Claim of 1947 celebrated their 50th injured by a ]ion? anniversary June 21. (Front row) Richard Rlcci, Ella Johnson Norton, Lori knows she is lucky that the lion didn't attack her - l /. ('/'At  ,. _.,.|  Bonn ie Wallet Curtis, Frank Segheslo, Rorence Small ey Griffitt, b right side of the story;but she is certainly m our n in , k  .   LenoreBadgleyOter, Carol Redwlne Southard. (Baek row) Bill Mills, valiant little 20-pound dog who gave her life to save Richard Cummings, Emle Hontou, John Bud ester, and Norval As a footnote, we wonder ifLoriwillever DIIley. She said when she and her dad went to the dump Cloverdale High Class of '47 ofdayaterthemuntainlinincident'therewasaBlaCkthe bins, Not your weekend Lori. cerebrates 50th annwersary Rugby and lacrosse star James A. Naismith in 1891. TheCloverda]eHighSchoo, Class of1947 gathered at their alma Cloverdale Senior J mater at 12:30 on June 21 to celebrate their 50th Anniversary. I would like to extend my thanks and great After much hugging and conversation, the cars were decorated Since there is now a definite City with balloons and streamers for a parade through Cloverdale. a new center, the Senior Multi-Purpose Cent appreciation for the many cards, food and The group then traveled 14 miles on Highway 128 to the Vadon- mittee requests responses from all seniors (and floral arrangements I received during my re- Hill camp which was decorated with blue and gold streamers and will aid in the preparation of building plans and projectl balloons, please indicate your interest in the following areas: cent illness. And a special thank you to all of [ Carol Southard's daughter, Gall, did an outstanding job of []Exercise a Dance [:]Sewing & Crafts nCeramics, fo decorating camp. Large panels were covered with photo copies of nPool Tables rlBingo & Cards r'ITV Roo the school district employees r hepl/zg to [ articles Gall had obtained from the Reveille for the years 1944 to 947. Blown.  plcturs fr0ni school annuals, "sea, eel swears an .... [:]Other save my life ........  ....... plh,'and pers0ndl pictures complied the display. .............. '::  Volunin$ Gary Hoelbl [ Music from the 40s and 50s played throughout the afternoon. A nCarpentry OPainting , J delicious dinner was prepared and served by Grace and Doug nMeal Preparation nBuilding Committee Dilley. Maintenance [:]Telephoning OMeal The class of 1947 graduated 24 of which 4 have passed on. The 12 r'lOther: classmates attending the reunion, along with their spouses and five guests made a nice group of 24. Name: Please Return to: "We hope to see all of these classmates again in 1998 at the school Cloverdale /kS L0W/kS I I - Address reunion in the city park, a spokesperson stated. " Multi-Puqse $ 3 5 I n s t a I I e d ] ! _--_-_-_-_-_--_-_-_-_-_- .o0000.Box x 4e I al I Farm flesh ,nsp rayed fruit, Warranty Custom Made Free insta/lation Nea/ Reyno/ds " ='= 879 CIETY, 424 East Street, burg, 433-7645. ! t 6 Service 10:30 am. Wednesday, July 23 Blue Cross of California Authorized Aent ing, second Wed. of pm; Church Reading Family History Ctr., LDS Church ............... i:... 9 a.m.-9 pm  ' me ""'" .... Center St. Soroptimist International, Soiaini Office ........ , .......... 12 pm $40 Capet Plan Call 894-0660 ,.,=m 12-4 pm. 433-4776. /15/97 Senior Center, Grange Hall ....................... 9:30 a.m.-4 pm ". " Bingo, Kings Valley Seniors ....................................... 1 pm Orifice Hours Age se su,= s== F, St=ot City Council Meeting, City Hall .............................. 6:30 pm Mon-Fri 9 AM to 5 PM sw=e c ca,n 19-29 27 54 4g 94 67 ||m.|=. Supervisor Paul Kelley. City Hall ................ 8:30-10:30 am Economic Development Comm., Papa's Pizza ..... 7:30 am" CLOVERDALE 3o-39 42 sg 64 o 73 [[ Thursday, July 24 REVEILLE 40-49 68 110 90 147 95 eAI& Thrift Sale, United Church ................................. 10 to 3 pm Editor 50-50 113 181 135 210 137 TOLL FREE 1t Rotary Club, Owl Cafe ......................................... 12:15 pm Bonny J. Hanchett oo-04 136 223 145 244 156 Cloverdale Host Lions Club ................................... 7:30 pm Medi-Cal Friday, July 25 n=ng Editor We Make House l Roberta Lyons CA(arazn 2k00aaiata Toastmasters, Cloverdale Coffee Shop ..................... 7 am Senior Day Center, Grange Hall ..................... 9:30 to 2 pm Reporter/Graphics Saturday, July 26 Robin ][ranter 128 N Cloverdale BNd - CIoerdale CA 95425 - Lioense 0696864 Family History Ctr., LDS Church .................... 9 a.m.-1 pm Advertising/Circulation 301 East SL 1| ) . .... Ill.Halllt rI,SStu., k (111 Flea Market, Citrus Fairgrounds ................. 7 a.m. tO 4 pm Bonnie Goodman Thrift Sale, United Church ............................ 10 a.m.-1 pm Business Manager Sunday, July 27 Val Hanchett Flea Market, Citrus Fairgrounds ................. 7 a.m. to 4 pm Monday, July 28 Clovedale Reveille (119-020 Ctovmaa Crrv  Govmao Boy Scout Troop #41, City Park ................................. 8 pm USPS) is published 52 times per : 124 N. CLov]umJ BLVD. (894-2521) Gay. Pete Wilson, State Capitol_ Tuesday, July 29 year by Hanchett Publishing, Cloverdal.e City Manager:. Bob Perrault., CA 95814 (916)45-2841 Family History Ctr., LDS Church .................... 5 p.m.-9 pm Inc., on Wednesdays at 207 N. Asst. city Manager. Carol Giovanatto Senior Center, Grange Hall ................................ 9:30-4 pm Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale, US Hovs oF 17JRES]'ATnn Copper Tower Family Health Center CA 95425 (707)894-3.339. Sub- SoNob COUNTY BOARD ov SvTvmo P,.p. Frank RiF..gs, District Offi Free Blood Pressure Check ................... M-S, 9-12, 2-6:30 scriptions: (Price includes sales  The board meets ever Tuesday at 8:30 am, 327 N. State St.-"U]dah, CA 9.54_8 uounty Administration Center, (address). Phone: (707)462-9176. Washingt0n Office: OutReach Mental Health ................... M-F by Appointment tax) $18.50 per year, $27.50 per Paul. Kelley is Cloverdale's (4th) District Supervisor. 171 Lonvorth Building, _., Free Vaccinations ......................................................... M-S year out of 5enema County. rte holds office hours at Clovcrdale City Hall every Washington DC'20515 (202)22"5-331 Single copy 35. second Wednesday from 8:30 to 10.'30 am. Cloverdale Alcoholi Anonymous Hot Line Second Class Periodicals Post- US S'mg for Cloverdele Information: 804-2070/544-1300 age Paid at Cloverdale, CA STATIgASSILMBLY Sen. Diannc Feinstein-San FrancisCo _ Assemblyperson Virginia Strom-Martin (415)536-6868 95425. District Oflioe: 50 D St., Ste 450, Santa Rosa, Washington: 361 Dirksen Senate Offi Postmaster: Send address _ CA 95404. Phone (576-2526). Wasngton DC 20501, changes to Cleverdale Rev- tate Capitol Address-Room 2003, ewe, PO Box 157, Cloverdale. State Capitol, Sacramento, CA 96814. (916)445-8360 Sen. Barbara Boxer-San Francisco CA 95425. ,#,=t (415)403-0100112. _ Adjudged a newspaper of gen- STATE Sr . Washingt0n: 112 Hart :enate th-tlCe eral circulation by the Supreme Sen. Mike Thompson, 50 D St., Washington, De, Santa Rosa, CA95404 Court of the County of Sonoma, (707)576-2771 Pmmmm State of California, under the President Bill Clinton, date of March 3,1879, Case No, 1600 Penn.wlvania Avenue.., 1 36106. _ _ _ Washington I-2"0500 (202)4511