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Things " By Nobody tn Particular CONGRATULATIONS and most meaningful weddings I have that of Will and Vicky Johnson, oa July 19, 1980, at the historical little Valley. y supervisor, is now practicing a registered nurse, works at the Dr. Lombard Sayre. LIKE CA USES? ? restanta are somewhat hey have placed themselves in e qgsition wanted them in the first place. POSITIVE a pitive attitude to brighten each she&apos;s a member of a group of s to give me a call my favorite frozen yogurt comes in. .99 ONE IN A MILLION like Pat where it's at YOur horizons one in a million. a dear you take of time vard climb. Thoughts ISN'T IT NEAT? that friends may be thinking the same other at the same time? There and trials in this life to remind us so it takes a little effort to search out and #rmmds us. It is also a tribute to friend- take time to publicly express their ap- for erie another in the form of friends who are friends with friends? A LITrLE GEM for this week's thoughtful thinkers. ,kno, w where they are going ar the ones VALUES most famous protesters, proclaiming is a multi-million dollar star now strike for more money. Which causes ttr ideals where you money is!" INSULT to know anything today, but "Don't you think it an insult to our a speech by the President or listen to the then...on comes a group of by what was said. Isn't that what was said, we heard it too!" Yes, r as I'm concerned it is an insult to the in- We can't all be that stupid. media coverage and "put down" of I'm a Democrat! THANK YOU way to say thank you. So no Year be invites "all"  who have done at his beautiful country property is a lake and swimming and games LITTLE CHILDREN pp, in au of the neghborhoo of neighborhoods...everywbere. (Write box story.) children have come knocking at or saleables. I have always beee and never disappointed with weeds, fruit and once full of rocb. r son furnished bags and oranges for were all over the neighborhood selling t children come/n groups of three or four... Continued o,i page 6 Poultry Here in Cloverdale! Custom Processing Our Specialty *Frvsh IH;s Lucioni Pou,try Farm $11 S. Cloverdale=e Blvcl. 894-7 Auto 8rs BATTERIES cars and trucks... types, 6 and 12 vothk and tax 2nd's with 3 Lane 894-2186 Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Rowland celebrated their "Golden Wedding" anniversary on June 14 with ever 90 relatives and guests commemorating the occasion. Photo by Janice. Wednesday, July 30, 1980. Page 5 Rowlands celebrate 50th wedding anniversary "The Golden Years" was the theme of the 50th wedding anniversary celebrated in honor of Garnet and Edna Rowland on June 14 in Cloverdale. Over ninety relatives and close friends traveled from Canada, Washington, Oregon and all parts of California to commemorate the occasion. The Rowland's son, Dick Rowland and daughter, Vivian Weer, and their im- mediate families made all the arrangements for the very special night. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Nelson who had served as best man and the maid of honor for the couple fifty years ago raveled from Port Oreford, Oregon, and Ernie Nelson gave a humorous testimony during dinner on "How Garnet and Edna met." A champagne reception was held from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Veteran's Memorial Hall where several relatives met second and third cousins for the first time! The iables, the three-tiered cake and other elaborate decorations were done in a variety of colored sweetpeas fashioned after the bride's original bouquet. The head table was designed by Annette Rowland with a flower banked an- niversary candle, the traditional bell and chrystal toasting glasses. Following the dinner, a five-piece band took over to provide dance music and "Music to visit by." Guests attending from the greatest distance were: Bill and Mabel Frizzell of Lacombe Alberta, Ron and Leny Frizzell from Ed- monton, Alberta, Fred and Barbara Strathman, Lacombe, Alberta, Valerie Hegberg, Stettler, Alberta, Art and Doris Rowland, Olds, Alberta. Other Canadians who could not attend but sent special greetings were: Annie Frizzell, Rose Rowland, Opal Key, Nellie Paulson, and De and Marie Whitney. Traveling from the State of Washington for the special occasion were: Bill and Shirley Molinda, Jeff, Kelly, Julie Molenda and April Hansen. Attending from Oregon were: Carl and Dorothy Stevenson, Aron and Thelma Stevenson, George and Judy Peterson, Bob and Jean Johnson, Ruth and Harold Stevenson. and Annette Stevenson, Gene and Anna Stevenson, Irma and Enoch Stevenson, Dee and Chuck Taylor and family, Orville A. Tharp. From California came Jim and Marge Rounds of Napa, Howard and Helen Hayes and family from Los Angeles, Maxine Wood from Santa Rosa, Connie and Mike An- derson of Arcata, Purina Stambaugh and Pauline Mitchell of Ukiah, Sharon and Harold Long and family of Harbor City. Attending from Cloverdale were: Pauline Barnes, Harold and Wanda Smith, Nancy Daly and family, Alice and Walter Weggeman, Frank and Pat Rose, Bill and Marie Vandagriff and Phyllis Hendricksen. Seated at the head table with the wedding party were Dick and Annette Rowland and family, Karen, Tarot, Richie and TOdd Rowland along ith guests Kelly Mc- Manns and Chris Collen. Vivian and Bob Weer and family, Lloyd, Judy, Robert, Steven, Kevin and the Rowland's first great grandson, Christopher Weer rounded out the group. Charlie Chaplan of Asti kept everyone in stitches as th colorful wpjter of the evening. The next morning, all of the guests were invited to the Cloverdale Lion's Club Father's Day pancake break- fast to conclude the memorable weekend. "Clean Sweep" symbolizes 43rd Sonoma County Fair In the words of Sonoma County Fair manager Ignazio Vella, the 1980 model of the annual two week celebration could be typified by a new broom symbolizing "a clean sweep and mission totally accomplished." Total fair attendance was up 28322 and the number of paid attendees increased by 69,695 bringing the total gate to 402,465. Translated into dollars, these figures become $391,176,68, an increaase of $49,772.69. Racing attendance was 128,598 of which 90,388 was paid. This reflects an in- crease of 13,020 total and an increase in the paid at- tendance of 31,425. The entertainment package, both paid and free, which was offered to the 1980 fairgner was of the highest calibre ever presented here. Jose Feliciaoo, Loretta Lynn and Tom T. Hall all reflected income for the fair a the main gate, as well as in the direct sales for their shows. Additionally, the Cotton Rosser Flying U Bode<), held mid-fair instead of the raditional last two days, was a sellout Saturday night as were the usual destruction derby, motorcycle racest and midge( car races. A new event, a 4-wheel drive event, also filled the Chris Beck Arena stands. Attendance in th free Redwood Theatre ran about lhe same as in prior years according to Doug Morriuon, entertainment director, and Dixieland bands playing in lhe new gazebo in the park area kept picnic benches filled daily. Health warning Junior livestock auctions brought in $420,238.63, a sume $43,016.68 higher than a SHOP AND COMPARE PRICE AND QUALITY Save s85 19" TABLE TV ElectrorVideo Guard Tuning with Touch-Command Charr00 Reg. $535 s450 FULL ZENITH QUALITY The CARIBBEAN LIKOW Finished in simulated Jned erican Walnut. Black rushestal base. ed Aluminum color trim. Also in simulated graine Pecan (L1960P). Dark Brown pedestal base. Brushed Nickel-Gold color trim. SYSTEm ! /TRI-FOCUS PICTURE TUBE // The sharst Zenith picture ever! \\;\ {[ TRIPLE-PLUS CHASSIS _ II / Oesigned tO be the most reliable Zenith ever, ]] \\;\ CO.OR SENTRY -- //  A.utmatic c?'r c0ntrl system'  Picture Control NOW! THE BEST ZENITH EVER... IS EVEN BETTER! OVE R 25 sets to choose from! Shellfish along the Sonoma County Coast are quaran- tined due to paralytic record 1979 auction total In shellfish poisoning. One addition, there were more person had died and at least han I00 additional large 12 others have been animals entered this year hospitalized due to eating over last. mussels from Ihe Bodeg- Concession income, while Duncan's Landing area. not all accounted for at this The poisoning is caused by dae, are estimated at a small plankton organism $1,252,000, up $185,057.70 over which is concentrated in the Is! year. shellfish. The toxin is similar And now that new broom is o strychnine. It is not being used to sweep up the inactivated by cooking. leftover scraps of the 43rd Symptoms of poisoning in- county fair and readying the clude a pricly feeling in the grounds for dozens of interim lips. the tongue and the finger activities scheduled for the tips, followed by in- tree-lined facility in the coordination, lightheadl. weeks and months between ness. difficulty in speaking, . now and the Harvest Fair on double vision, dryaess of the October 4 and 5. throat, follo/ed by |a- creasing paralysis. Breathing may eventually cease and death occur. Sumptoms occur within 2 to 12 hours of eating the toxic shellfish. Shellfish should not be harvested or eaten until further notice. Persons exhibiting any symptoms should seek immediate medical care. Annual Summer Art Festival Aug. 9-10 The Mendocino Art Cen- ter's 22nd Annual Summer Art Festival will be held August 9 and I0 in the coastal village of Mendocino. The works of over 65 artists and craftspeople will be presented in a festive fair atmosphere. There will be eontuous entertainm,nt featuring jazz, bellydancing and cajun music. Also available will be Greek and Mexican food, hot dogs, beer and wine. For further inforation phone Gervaise Livingston t707) 964-6885 or the Men- docino Art Center (70"/) 937- 5818. NAPA high-quality oil, gas and air fil- ters. No other filters protect engines better against dirt, grime. * 50% off Suggested List Prices. W 1411 MANUAL F+ 7.95 i i i 1Z99 u002a - IIPH / /L Hand. heldJl0000 / s00thght Powerful quartz halo- gen bulb delivers. 250,000 C.P. Comes complete with coil cord and lens cover. 109-61080 19.95 Black & Decker CarVac The most efficiently engineered Black & Decker vac designed for autos and boats. Features aerodynamic nozzle design, cigarette lighter plug, 16 ft. cord, upholstery brash and crevice tool. 12V - 9510 " ome in to a NAPA store today. Professional Parts, Inc. Hours: 115 E. 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