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August 13, 1997, Cloverdale Revellle, Page 3 was written by Iola at the Cloverdale Auto- Writing Workshop at the Cloverdale Senior on Thursdays from 1-3 was born in Cloverdale. .rdale schools finishing in Berkeley later return- ' her home town. time, she owned 1200 horses and She was also in ue business. She and were married in travelled extensively and their mountain home. saddened by his death but still lives on the 50 !she retained, enjoying the life. class is taught by Scott is free. Presented by Rosa Junior College the class al- participants. Grocery BandiP were very few dull mo- while I was married to shopping in a gro- Kore could be an adven- in June, 1989, while living on our ranch on we decided to go for our mail. Since get rural delivery, we in a box at the Post After we reached town ot our mail, we read the letters, sorted out the the advertisements ready for a little lunch. After refueling ourselves with hamburgers and the pickup with gas, we decided to go to the gro- cery store and get a loaf of French bread to eat with the pot of beans we had waiting at home. That's all we needed .... As soon as we entered the door, John began finding people to visit with. At the vegetable section, he and Joe (the green grocer) soon became involved with zuc- chini and pasta, recipes. While they chatted, I bagged up a few tomatoes, and as I leaned over a bin for a head of lettuce, received a cooling spray of water, (in- tended for the veggies) saturat- ing my fresh hair-do. We finally got together again and decided to get some cereal. When I started to hand John some raisin bran, I found him in a conversation with an old school- mate. ! put the cereal in the cart and wandered on. I next got a glimpse of John in the wine department, in an ani- mated conversation with a fel- low fisherman, both gesturing as if they were measuring their biggest catches. I knew that was no place for me and continued on. I knew they would also dis- cuss the best and the worst of the wines, when they were through with the fish. I added some cute designer paper towels to the growing cart supply, knowing full well we didn't need them. But the little blue ducks would look so cute in my kitchen.., better get some napkins too. When I reached the air fresh- eners, and was sure no one was watching, I carefully squirted a few scents trying to decide which smelled the nicest. The ones I picked were labeled: Peach Blos- som Potpourri, Orchard Nectar and Island Blossom. As I was trying to pick the one I preferred, John appeared, carrying a bottle ofClos Du Bois. when he smelled the scent of the deodorizers, the started sneezing, complaining, "They smell worse than what they're supposed to be used for!" He soon disappeared from view again, and when I next caught up to him, he was in a friendly conversation with a man who was a stranger to me. I assumed they were old acquaintances, they seemed to have so much to discuss, but thought it unusual, that John didn't offer introduc- tions. As we walked on together, I asked John who his friend was. He grinned and answered, "I really haven't the slightest idea." At last we reached the bread section. For a few moments our attention was concentrated on that area and with John's squeez- ing and sniffing, we decided he had found the freshest loaf on the shelf. When we started look- ing for the cart, it had disap- peared. In the next aisle, I found it in the possession of a little elderly lady and when I walked up to her and said,"I'm sorry but there seems to have been some mis- take, that is my cart," she glared at me and snapped back, 'You leave it alone, Ineed everything that's in it!" She even looked like she might strike me... when I went back and complained to John about what had happened, he held up the loaf of bread, laughing as he said, "Let the poor little lady have it, she didn't get this, and after all, that's all we came in for.  ! Bob Morse (I) and Kate Barry (r) were recently presented with certificates of appreciation by Rosemarle Martinique, Senior Dining Site Manager for Council on Aging (COA). Morse has served as an on-site maintenance person with COA for two years; Barry has served as an on-call driver for two years. It's a Cellular Celebration with up to 0 in Rebates on Grabed  (R00SI;,u.00PLFAT Petal soft, double cell shades and The Value Leader in Single Cell Shades Neal Reynolds 894-5219 FREE Installation Darlene s Class00ake0000 Rosa Your Wedding 00a00e,,ace Located in Nancy's Fancy's Call 573-7157 (Santa Rosa) or 431- 7811 (Healdsburg) q Cloverda e Pre-Schoo Co-o J y Settle for Less ? 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