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September 3, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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September 3, 1980

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Page 4 - Wednesday, September 3, 1980 Nicki Harris, brklesmaid, Ruth a voluu,er, who wore her Aunt Mary Fever's 190; wedding gown, Adminls'ur Bob King, Mayor Jack Domenichelli, escorts and Activit) Director Jan Freeman parUeipa{l im the Vintage Bridal Show at Manzanita Manor held las Thursday. Photos by Bob 'asler. Manzanita Manor By RUTH HUNTER Volunteer Activity Director Jan Freeman has had such a imsy week as a climax to summer, I offered to "pinch hit" for her weekly column. The Santa Rosa Repertory Theatre group were very excellent in the production they put on at the Manor Tuesday at 2 p.m. Everyone enjoyed it. Thursday the Vintage Bridal Show at I0 a.m. with the theme "Love in the Old Fashioned Way," was at- tended by a capacity crowd extending into the hall. Dine Gambetta had planned to narrate, but was too ill to attend. Get well soon, Dina! No one expects YOU to get sick! Jan Freeman narrated in her place. There were 26 dresses modeled by 22 ladies-mostly members of the hopsital staff. These gowns were 1937 to 1979. The Bridesmaid wore a gown worn by an attendant at Debie Grider's wedding, who is Jan's daughter. LVN Sherry Bowker's daughter, Nicki Harris, was the bridesmaid. She's a member  the high school band and went to Vienna this summer. Mae Shipley played lovely music on the piano to ac- company solos by Dot Lane. The gentlemen escorts waiting at the altar for the "brides" were our own Mayor Jack Domenichelli, Administrator of Mansanita Manor Bob King, and orderly Gus Turpin. Starting with the newest, Mary Jane Davis, CNA, wore a gown owned by Ruth Hoover and worn in 1979. Then Pam Barney wore her own gown she was wed in in 1978. Jan's daughter Deby Grider wore a dress Diane Domenichelli wore in 1970. Adorable Jessica Grider, age 3, modeled with her mother.. Office manager Mary Johnson wore her own lovely gown she wore in 1969, Kitty Campa wore a gown owned by Marilyn Vera, and Mary Jane Davis wore another gown owned by Marilyn Vera, both of the 1960's era. Ruth Warner, one of the excellent cooks, wore Karen Morris Babeshopp's 1979 gown. Mary Johnson did a quick change in Vera Golinda's 1962 gown. Bose.ann McEntee, director of nursing, wore the gown in which Pat Barnes, R.N., was married in in 1961. Kathy Campa also did a quick change into Oleta Pape's 1960 gown. Lisa Adams, CNA, wore Adeline Tellez's 1948 gown. Juanita Colin, ward clerk, wore Dolores Pedrotti's 1937 gown. Because weddings are family affairs, the next eight gowns represented three Cloverdale families. Dot Summers, CNA, wore Diane Domenichelli's 1959 gown, and Diane wore Rose Domenichelli's 1925 gown. Sherry Bowker wore Mary wright's 1941 gown, and Jeannie Drake, NA, wore Sally Wright Linn's 1970 gown. Kathy Miller, kitchen aide, wore Susan Chan Wright's 1974 gown. Nancy Otto wore her grandmother's, Ivea Otto, 1939 gown. Juiie Pegerons from the kitchen staff wore Linda Otto Marty's 1966 gown. Pare Barney wore Chris Otto's 1972 hand crocheted gown. It took Chris two months of steady work to complete it for her marriage to Joe. Granddaughter Julie Otto, age 5, wore a gown owned by Ann Johnson in 1977. She was adorable. During this, Dot Lane was singing "I Love You Truly." The fashion show ended with a beautiful model wearing a 1907 gown. Our very lovely young 85 year old volunteer Ruth Godden wore her Aunt Mary Fever's gown. It was pure silk and lace from Japan, in perfect condition. Everyone was invited to attend the wedding that followed. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wilson renewed their vows after 53 years of marriage. Rev. John L. Holmes el Healdsburg officiated. Mr. Wilson's attendant was August Campbell of Heald- sburg. Mrs. Wilson's at- tendant was Mrs. Ruth Tankersley of Geyserville. The Wilson's daughter Mrs. Mary Alice Thompson gave her mother to her father. Mary Shipley played "Amazing Grace," the wedding march and Dot Lane sang 'Oh Promise Me." It was a lovely occasion for them to renew vows taken 53 years ago. After the ceremony refreshments were Modeling at the Brtda I Show were Jeanie Drake. Cathy Cloverdale 4-H Club By ELSIE ROSE to join 4-H in the Cloverdale DOMENICHELLI area. Boys and girls who are 9 years old (or in the 4th Don't miss the opportunity grade) to 19 years old are l II . l l II l Cloverdale Co-Op Nursery[ School to hold [ open house [ The Cloverdale Co-Op Nursery School will have an Ope n House for all interested new members on Thursday, September 4, at 7 p.m. The school is located at the City Park Scout Cabin. The meeting will provide you an opportunity to meet the Director, returning and new member and pick up 4aecessary forms. If you have younger children, not ready for preschool, we have a trade-off system with other mothers for babysitting on the day the parent par- t|cipates. The Co-Op will have only one night meeting each month. If parents are unable to participate one morning each week, you may hire a substitute or do a small make up task. The preschool will open September 8 at 9 a.m. If you have any further questions, we hope you will bring them and attend the open house on Thursday evening at 7 p.m. $RJC offers course on "Changes in men's lives" "Changes in Men's Lives," a class that offers a fresh examination of the many changes and challenges facing men today, will be offered by Santa Rosa Junior College this fall. two-credit class begins September 9. It meets Tuday evenings from 7 to 9 lnRonm Ga Santa lu You may register for this and-or other Santa Rosa Junior College classes at Bailey Hall, SRJC, or sign up the evening of the rust clam session. .For informtion call the SRJC Evening College, 527- 4441. eligible to join. Sign ups will be held a 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 a this time. A parent is required to be with the member signing up. The 4-H program provides a wide variety of things for boys and girls regardless of race, creed, or origin. The first community meeting will be held a Jef- ferson School September 17 at 7:30. p.m. It depends on you as to how successful this year vill be and the projects of. fered. Please, if you have time andiove children, share with hem your knowledge by being a leader. The County office supplies teaching aids and leaders manuals for the projects. So come and join the fun. We will be looking for you September 4 and September 11. For information you may call 894-3256. Our way:. We have something other VISA cards don't have: It's called "The 1% Advantage',' and it's a very handy way to use your savings account as a line of credit. No Annual Fee. On the other hand, those cards have some- thing we don't have: an annual fee. Come talk to us aboutVISA. Our way. Fir00nckal $00nOs 00Oalikanka XVelcome to the family. 103 Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale, 894-3301 pcocemms oll yo  ond lr,,Gs. served. A lovely sheet wedding cake was furnished by the First National Bank of Cloverdale for the reception. Punch was also served. Th-.,all and lobby were filled with lctures of many of the owns wor originally, and many pictures of Manor residents on their wedding day, and of their parents and relatives. Man other friends of the hospital loaned their precious pictures. Many lovely flowers were donated and arranged by volunteers Lou Lampson and Mary Wright. Volunteers Ivea Otto and Therese Wenz served the punch and cake. Two ribbon bouguets were made by Ethel Garrett for Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Tankersley. SeVeral of the other bouquets carried by the other "brides" were made by Lou Lampson. Many of the volunteers were on hand to help out wherever needed. Mr. King expressed a special wish for a big Thank You to the housekeeping dept. and to maintenance man Don Barr for their extra effort in having the hospital so shining clean. It never looked better. From "management and Jan of Manazan[ Manor comes a very big Thank You to all who helped make it such a success. Jan will be on a badly needed four day vacation, but will resume her column next week. ! Mr. and MRS. Ted Wilson renewed their marriage at the Vintage Bridal Show, Manor last Thursday. Shown are the Rev. who performed the ceremony, Mr. and Campbell, and MR. Thompson, the bride's Or. Edward F. JohnSOn . Personal Injury Full Spine , Insurance Cases Phisio Th e Workrnen's Comp. = Applied = Medicare = Nutrition 109 $. Main St., C For Appointment Call 894-308 Office Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9-6, Ov00the last7ymr00fuel inm'euu have ekmMed the pek:e (BaseO on typ,ca norrm usage California depends heavily on imported oil for the production of electricity. And the more electricity we use, the more foreign oil we need to produce it. Every time OPEC raises its prices, electric rates go up, too. The cost of oil today is more than ten times what it was in 1970. And the cost of electricity is rising with it. OPEC oil increases push up natural gas prices, too. But there is something we can do about it. By using less electricity, we lessen our need for foreign oil. And that helps hold down electric bills. So if we start thinking differently about energy now, there may come a time when we won't need all that foreign oil. PGdE I