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Page 4. Wednesday, August 27, 1980 Youth Hotline strictly confidential Strict confidentiality is the keynote of the Youth Hotline which every night serves Cloverdale, Geyser- ville, Healdsburg and Wind- sor from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. This basic principle of trust was stressed by Lynn S. Keyser when she spoke at the training session for Hotline Volunteers which occurred in Geyserville on July 22 and by Carol Adams on August 19. Keyser is outreach worker for the Sonoma County Drug Abuse Council and Adams is Counsellor at Healdsburg High School. The Drug Abuse Council is one agency among man]," on a list of professional referrals used by Hotline volunteers. Accordng to Keyser, the council offers educational material on drugs and drug abuse as well as counseling for users and an environment designed for rehabilitation. She discussed with the volunteers, what information to get from telephone callers with a drug problem, what information to get from telephone callers with a drug problem, what information is needed t identify the intensity k. i of a drug crisis and how to respond in a manner adequate to the caller's needs. As part of the effort to bring much needed County services northward, Keyser is now in Cloverdale every Tuesday in Barbara Clary's office at City Hall. The telephone number is 894-2523. The keynote of her consultations is strict cofidentiality. "This principle is basic," said Carol Adams when she met wth the Hotline volun- teers. "Young people in need of counseling will not seek it unless they trust their counselor." Under the general headings of school, family or individual relationships, she described many specific problems which young people of high school age encounter. The experience of professionals and- nonprofessionals was cam- pard in the general discussions following Keyser's and Adam's talks. The consensus of opinion was that a successful counselor or volunteer is one who is considered trustworthy by a youth with a problem, who is willing to discuss all possible solutions to thai problem, to helpthe youth to anticipate the consequences of each Possibility and thus to create a mental and emotional climate where a life-serving choice is most like to be made. Holly Smith will be the speaker at the next Hotline volunteer training session which will occur on Tuesday evening, September 16, at the Geyserville Christian Church at 7:30 p.m. Her subject will be Family Planning. The Youth Hotline's toll free numbers are 894-2727 and 433-6161. A referral is now available for draft coun- selling by persons trained in the legal aspect of the draft and what choices and options are available. Anyone of any age who is in crisis, who needs long- or short-term counseling, or who just needs to talk, may use these num- bers. Strict conficentiality is observed. !iiiii'i  ...... : i t " Deirdre and Danae Doble were two of the winners the chases sew name "le Natural Look" for the former Knit Wit Shop on West First Street, now under the sole ownership of Judy Sehutz. Photo by Janice. New name chosen for local shop Judy Schutz, who was a former partner with I.,ois Baney in knit-wits, located at 121 West First Street, has purchased the complete business as of January 1, 1980. A contest was held in the menthol July, with people putting in suggestions for a new name for he shop. Deirdre, Diane and Danae Doble and Kim Kaikkonen put their heads together and came up with the winning new name. "The Natural Look." Each girl won a $25 gift certificate. "The response t the contest was great," Schutz said, "And so many good names were suggested. It was hard to choose. I want to thank everyone for the supporting response." "The Natural Look" represents comfortable, fun ,chlothing at a moderate price, utz explained. Italian Ca Federation annual dance and buffet The members of ICF held their annual summer picnic and meeting at Cioverdale City Park last week and started plans for their second annual Dance & Buffet at St. Peter's Hall on Saturday, October 25, from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. This year the federation is striving for raising $1,000 details for four scholarships. The Scholarship Program Dins of the Italian Catholic Margaret Federation is statewide; dale will however, the local branch branch at contributes to the Santa Rosa vention this District of which Cloverdale the San is a member and scholarships are open to students in the St. Mary's local high school. Ap- plications go out annually to Francisco local students. Since its in- p.m., ception, the program merits has growr, to a situation in the where $250 is given the desiring winner for first year of by collele to aq additional stipend upon entering the Francisco. following recipient; endeavor, feels The public' Mac Ciatti are Dr. Edward F. Personal Injury Full Insurance Cases Phisio Workmen's Camp. Medicare 109 S. Main St., For Appointment call Office Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9-6, J Date set for St. Peter's Christmas Fair  At a Board meeting of St. that time to mark your Durable, quality all-copper panels [] $1950 installed priJ typical 66-gallon system [] Components and ins Scott AIIred and Rachel Jc hnson exchange wedding vows Scott Michael ,Mired and Rachel Ann Johnson were married August 9 in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Oakland Temple, followed by a reception in the Cloverdale Chapel. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil K. Johnson, Rachel graduated from Fernley High ,School in Fernley, Nevada, and attended Brigham Young University. Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. ,Mired, graduated from Cloverdale High School, spent a two-year mission in Taiwan for the Mormon Church and is attending B.Y.U. They were attended by Tim 4-H needs new leaders By ELSIE ROSE DOMENICHELL! Parents, senior citizens, come and join the 4-H fun. We are in need of leaders for the 1980-81 year. It is a rewarding experience to share your talents with others. We would like to expand the projects that we will be able to offer this year. We are looking for leaders in com- munity service, crafts, dog training, forestry, gardening, wildlife, knitting, leather crafts, sewing, photography and any other skills you would like to share. The County office supplies teaching aids and leader manuals for the projects. If you are interested in being a leader please contact Mrs. Saulter at 894-3256. The first community meeting will be held a(Jef- ferson School, September j7 at 7:30 p.m. 4-H is for boys and girls regardless of race, creed or origin. 4-H accepting new members By ELSIE ROSE DOMENICHELLI 4-H clubs throughout the Sonoma County are accepting new members now. Boys and girls who are 9 years old (or in the 4th grade) to 19 years old are eligible to join. Sing- ups will be held at the City Park Thursday, September 4 and September 11, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. 4-Hers may purchase their 4-H hats and ties at this time. A parent is required to be with the member signing up. The H program provides a wide variety of things for boys and girls regardless of race, creed or origin. By working on projects, ,I-Hers explore areas that are of specific interest to them. Don't miss out on the fun. For more information you may call 894-3256. Cloverdale Co-op Nursery School to open Sept 8 The Cloverdale Co-op records and montessori Nursery School will open materials. Cooking projects TePtember,Sfm 9-12dally. take place almost once a week scnooj ouers a wide and they are yummy* The r,ange of.act!vities and best of sell located at the City au me cnuoren chooee what rark Scout Cabin and have they would like to do. the Park equipment to There will be two craft provide !ots of fun during tables set up each morning outside play. with fun and creative art , projects. If your child AnY parents interested in prefers another type of ac- haviug their child attend the tivity he can choose to play in CO-Op Preschool are invited the block area, dress-up area, to an Open House and paint at the easels, or see Orientation Thur. Meeting "what's up" in the circle sclay evening, September 4 room. at 7at the City Park. For any The circle room is full of further information call 894- wonderful games, books, 3443. Tanner, bestman, and Debbie Re der, matron of honor. Also attending were Dave Mossi, Rens Koopmans and Dave Wilson as ushers. Cheryl Christensen, Linda Johnson, and Sande `Mired as bridesmaids. After a Honeymoon at Lake Tahoe, the couple wll be at home in Prove, Utah. Don't miss the sign up for membershhip September 4 and September 11 at the city Park from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. NOW I One Local Number For All Your Travel Needs Call Louise Andersen 89' -4190 TRAVEL F RRANGEMENTS I,IH " NO C.ARGE our s00Rv,cE S00's Travel Service 6920 COMMERCE BLVO ROHNERT PARK 179s.69o21 TERRY HAEHL Manager Peter's Altar Society last week. the date was set for the annual Christmas Falre and Bazaar at St. Peter's Hall on November 21 and 22. Mrs. Harry Valentine is the chairmen of this event and a meeting of all the chair- persons of the various booths will be held at St. Peter's Hati on Wedffesdfiy. SlStmer This is one of the majo fundraising projects at St. Peler's and a good place to do Christmas Shopping: so, it's calendars and start asking for tickets which will be distributed soon. Fr. Henry is urging all parishoners to start now, if one has not already, to make things for the booths. Revenue will be for the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine program, teaching the younger members of the parish in their faith. It is an investment in the future of the parish of St. Peter's. for do-it-yourselfers [] Hot water coils available woodstoves [] Installations qualify for 55  state and come tax credits [] Guaranteed work an, service since 1977. Calif. Contr. Licensei S Healdsburg 433-3693 EoM Noon TO 6, ' I DON'T USE Ttt | J You Sff0U'T NOot To (. Is  s 1 "F=u. us- t4N /