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Page 4 - Wednesday, September 10, 1980 ( i Commlttees named for Christmas Faire At a meeting held Wed-  nesday morning in St. Peter's Hall, Mrs. Harry Valetine, !: the General Chairman of St. Peter's annual Christmas ' Fair appointed the following , committee: Country Store, Mrs. Shel ,, Hiatt; Flowers, Mrs. Bud Hixmm, assisted by Mrs. B. ." Black and Mrs. R. Emmel; Wood, Mrs. A. Zanzi, Chairman with Harry ! Valentine, Lucy Be|ford and Mr. D. Swint; Children's Saturday Luncheon, Mrs. Bilbro and Mrs. Tony Ciatti; Decorations, Mrs. L. Walius, Chairman, assisted by Mrs. M. Holler and Mrs. A. (June) Zanzi; Champagne, Mr. George Stan and Mr. Jack Hiatt; Food, Mrs. A. J. Giovannetti and Mrs. A. Del Sarto; Hostesses, Mrs. Al Gambetta; Raffle, Mrs. J. Muensterman; Boutique Booth, Mrs. Rallo Randiera and Mrs. J. Muensterman; Fancy Work Display, Italian Catholic Federation, Baked goods, St. Mary's Guild of Asti. Benefit of this event will be for the CCD vrogram (youth instructions and advanced Bible study) for the youngsters of the parish. Also, new to St. Peter's Parish will be a youth minister who will work especially with junior high and high school students so efforts ofall parishioners, the funds are .necessary to Fairs fla.ye gained a properly execute this special tremendous .following. program. Hopefully, this year will be no Tickets for the Faire will be exception. distributed sbortllr and may be obtained from members of St. Peter's Altar Society. Only 200 tickets will be printed so the public is urged to get them early. A general review of the past bazaars was discussed and each year, through the Attorney opens offices in Cloverd¢11e After touring northern California with her father in search of the right location to set up her law practice, Barbara D. Hannon, at- torney-at-law, chose Cloverdale. Hannon's new quarters are located at 106 East First St. Her shingle has been hung and she is already busy handling cases. "I used to drive through Cloverdale with my dad, when he was practicing law in Ft. Bragg, and always thought it was a beautiful little community," Barbara said. A little over a month ago during her search she stopped at the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce of- rices for information. Chamber president Pat Rose, happened to be there. "It was a momentous meeting with Pat, Barbara said. "She was D. Harmon A detailed description of the various facets of this Faire will be given weekly in this newspaper for your perusal and to better acquaint people as to what will be available in the way of Christmas gifts. truth and accuracy of the Bible," she said. Living in Sacramento to attend McGeorge Law School, she had several new areas of interest opened to her. Besides the broad curriculum and unique clinical programs offered at McGeorge, these was the hub of the legislative process.- She took her bar exam in February, 1980, and was admitted to practice 'law before she even graduated. She was awarded her Juris Doctorate in May, 1980. Before coming to Cloverdale, she worked in three Sacramento law firms and spent one summer in the Alameda County District Attorney's Office. She has had experience in most all phases of law and feels well- qualified to handle all types of legal problems. Her major interests are archaeology and wilderness expedition, water sports and lovely and gracious, and journalism• when she told me bow public "In one hour with Pat charming, attractive 27 year The highlight of her college On September 30 Barbara spirited Cloverdale is, and Rose's wonderful help, I not old woman who was raised in education, she said, was the Harmon will hold the grand how thewholecommunitygot only found the right offices the East Bay, with a long line year she studied in Israel, opening of her new offices behind the 'Miracle of for my law practice, but also of attorneys m her family, living in Jerusalem and with a champagne reception Vienna' project to raise the a beautiful apartment. It was She graduated from the working with eminent ar- to which she is inviting money to send the high school like a 'miracle'," Barbara University of California with chaeologists and historians at members of the community band to Vienna, I knew I had said. a BA in Ancient Eastern ancient biblical sites. "I to drop by and get found the place for me." Barbara Hannon is a History and Archaeology. began to appreciate the great acquainted. ii American Legion William Russell Leclford Post 293 talked. And if that is not enough, we will be the host post for the ftrst meeting of the Sonoma County Council of the American Legion. So be sure to plan to be present so you can meet other Legionnaires from throughout the county get out of that shell. I hope that Comrade Ray Gobiell can make arrangements to be at the meeting in order that he can give us an idea of what he plans in the formation of the choral group. So gargle your throat and get into your best singing voice, I guarantee you that Ray will use you. If you can, plan to try out, anyone should make an at- tempt. I think it will be a fun thing. And I am sure we could go a long way before,we got a director as good as Ray. important. No names please. By FRANK OLLENA We have invited the foster daughter of one 'of our members (Tom Vadon's daughter) to be present at this meeting. She was the Girls' State representative " from Sebastopol who was elected Lt. Governor and went on to Girls' Nation. Her repart should be of interest to each of us. Incidently, the Commander of the County Council was the Junior Post Commander of the Sebastopol Post. So if his buttons begin popping out with pride remind him that the girl's dad is a nember of 293...and do it with pride. And if you find that hard to do stick around Comrade Vadon will show you bow to be proud...and rightly so. I have received one response to our letter tot he member o! Congress at this writing, that was pretty fast. I hope to have additional responses by the May not say the same for the accompaniest we have in mind, but she has an ex- cellent manager and that's i Tonight, September I0, at € 8:30 p.m. will be one of the  most important meetings of ,.* the year...Beys' State, Girls' •  State, Environmental and , Agriculture representative will give their reports. While  most of you have heard Boys' State and Girls' State representatives this will be ; the first time we will have an i opportunity to*bear what the Agriculture and En- ," virnumental Seminar is all i about. These programs cost  the post about $500 per year, and we should show the representatives that we are interested in our own i (Legion) programs. .; It will be a dinner meeting ' so bring your eating utensils and your appetite. And remember the early time. We have a lot to accomplish . during our own meeting to be held immediately after the dinnerand the staters have meeting...that sbould- be of interest to you. And it looks as though we may have an exeellent ...and dif- ferent...program for Veteran's Day to be held Sunday, November 9. I hope the Legionnaires from other posts throughout the northern California area will make an attempt to attend the program. I will give you fmal details next month. I am sure and hope that other posts Will enjoy the program to where they may sponsor the spoakth" in their town. I guarantee you will .enjoy it. Commander Jack Durham suggested that we include a calendar of the following month noting all of the events in the month• Good idea, I am looking for the right type of calendar and I think Gordon Kindall at Financial Savings has what we need. I will try to talk him out of one. We may have it next month. gate will be placed at the entrance to the cemetery in order that it might be made somewhat difficult to drive in to cause vandalism. We plan continuing, with the help of the students, to clean up the cemetery. Any of you that are interested or have loved ones interested, there is asked to become involved in the project. And if you know of non-Legionnaires who might be interested in assisting, we welcome them, also. More on this as we approach the time for the detail to remove the debris and weeds. Dues are coming in very well for this early in the year, however, I hope that those of you who have not paid as yet can see to it that the money is paid during the next meeting. You see by paying at the meeting, we save time and money and energy, mine. It saves me from having to mail James A. Vlasak Photo by Janice. James Vlasak appointed international Drapery Assn. president The at a Rancho Rosa, off Vlasak, operate Interiors peruse teriors Cabinet & N. Cloverdl}l term on Drapery National mittee, on a more I .D.A. Drapery city to said, and I.D.A., as s those closely members James A. Vlasak of Association. The area ex- Cloverdale was recently tends north of the Golden Francisco appointed President of the Viasak is Northern chapter of the In- Gate Bridge as far as the and ternational Drapery Oregon border, people of Cloverdal00.00 Citrus Squares By WES CROSS The first beginners class for square dancers was held Monday night at the Jef- ferson School at 6 p.m. The senior citizens' class formed under the calling of Vanya Leighton. It is planned that this class will proceed only as fast as the members them- selves decide. If you would like to square dance, now is the time to join either this group or the 7 p.m. group. The 7 p.m. group is for you if you want to dance, ff you like exercise, if you like a little spice in your life. The two beginners' classes will he open for additional members for the month of September. It doesn't matter ff you know nothing about square dan- cing. The rest of the begin- ners are in the same fix with you. Show up Monday night at Jefferson School at 6 p.m. or 7 p.m. and enjoy square dancing with your friends. Learn the "Ten Cam- mandments of Square Dancing." The first five commandments were published in the "Cloverdale Reveille" on September 3. The last five commandments are as follows: 6. You shall bathe diligently, that the sweet aroma of soap and shaving lotion may assail the nostrils of your associates. You shall similarly take care that words of your mouth are not scented with strong smelling herbs such as garlic, or strong smelling beverages such as beer. Men shall wear long-sleeved shirts that their arms may be more pleasant to grasp. 7. You shall guard carefully the utterances from your lips while dancing lest you add confusion to your square and cause yourself or others to be unable to hear the next call, for there is but one designated caller in the hall. 8. You shall honor your club and give loyalty, for if you cannot do this it would be better to from it another to your not kill by pointing blame for dancing or any fellow dancers; such a deservedly direction. never once a others good your always are tobe square time there beghmen joining your will need assistance. Citrus members assist Chicken barbecue to honor Congressman Clausen Bob Rath, Chairman of the Sonoma County Committee to Re-Elect Congressman Clausen, today announced that the annual chicken barbecue will he held at the Villa Chanticleer on Sunday, September 14, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Billie Jo Haley and Marcie Gutman are co-chairmen of the annual event which will feature Lou Bertoli, Healdsburg Chief of Police, as Head Chef. A complete chicken dinner including half-a-chicken, tossed salad, french bread, beans, and beverage will he served at the picnic at a cost of $5 per adult and $2.50 for children under 12 years of age. "The relaxed atmosphere will gave old friends an op- portunity to visit with Congressman Clausen serves on two House Com- mittees which deal with legislation of importance to he 2nd Congressional District: the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs and the Committee on Public Works and Trnasportation. Clausen is Member Insular Additio00 by calling 545-4464 or 545-4468. GOOD HOME 7 Days A 8 a.m. - 9 p.m. Asti Oak RESTAURA and [3eli * BREAKFAST • LU NO We received assurance your card. I will appreciate Congressman Clausen and from the city fathers that a your help. A N D D I N N E R new people in the area to meet and review with Clausen important issues," Rath said. : orn Dinin oom 'There will be registration tend this meeting. OPENING ' for the Junior Girl Scouts There is a voluntary family ' (girls in 4th, 5th or 6th partnership fee and a man- grades) today, September I0, datory $3 registration fee for i atthetrusFairBuildlng each member. Please call Dell . (tearoum)atTv.m. Parents Pat Barnes at 894-3709 for ny 0f the girls are asked to at- further information. • Spec - Beef logna J • Lunch • Dinner J co,, s s • VV, b J OI/, Choose From Our Complete Menu    | We re Open Every Day from 6 a.m. - 9 p.m. | I Closed Tuesday I i the I I H0000ngry Hutch J Redwood Smorgette j J ,, N. CIoverdale Blvd. J 504 N. Cl0verdale Blvd. , I Sept. 12, 1980 serving Lunch & Dinners Lunch served 11:30 - 2 p.m. DJnnor served 5 - 10 p.m. Your Hosts - Earl & Ella Hail DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIALS Reservations Welcome A  _ Dining Room Closed ---__  0 ''=- Tuesdays Lockhorn Dining Room 134 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 89¢3224 • 2 Hot Cakes . 2 Egg s • 2Strips of Bacon  (or 2 Sausage Links) r • Coffee or Tea Short Stack $ I and Coffee ,Breakfast Served All [MY $1,00 ace ' Any D,nner with this ad- • offer explres 9 - 141  Take Asti Exit off 101, Right Right Again on Asti Store 894-2856