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October 1, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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October 1, 1980

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Page 4 - Wednesday, October 1, 1980 . Della Dorian t y Li00 ce!ebrates 102 - - The following message was received by Della Gloria Christlansen appointed Cloverdale's r United Way chairman Just two weeks into the drive, United Way volun- teers reported $283,142 raised to date, which represents 22 percent of the $1,287,851 goal for 1980. Royce Van Bobber, President of Van Bobber Brothers in Petaluma and General Campaign Chair- man, told an overflow crowd at the first United ' Way Report Luncheon held at the Flamingo Hotel on September 18, the early results indicate "a very successful year" ...among other activities, Royce cited i  ! Gloria Christiansen, Cloverdale's United Way Chairman and Janice Hay, vie vice chairman. Photo by Janice. the efforts of the Project A and Major Firms Teams ...these teams are com- prised of volunteers who. make arly calls on large employers in Sonoma and Mendocino Counties to insure successful employee campaigns, Heading Cloverdale team is: Cloverdale Major Firms Chairman, Gloria Christensen, Manager Bank of AmericL. Continued on page 15 NOW One Local Number For All Your Travel Needs Call Louise Andersen 1 .o.cMme iF0tl OUR SIEIICIE Travel Service 41o;m COMMERCE ROHNERT PARK [795-6902] Former Cloverdale Superintendent of Public Works, Charles Edgerton, was presented the metal plaque from the recently demolished Cloverdale sewer plant, constructed in 1957. The plaque notes city officials and council members who served at that time. Current Superintendent of Public Works Tom Gurries and Mayor Jack Domenichelli are shown presenting the plaque to Edgerton in front o the new facility. Photo by Janice. Citrus Squares By DENA GAMBETTA The Crosses will be back on Monday, and Wes will be resuming his role as publicity chairman. The next two weeks will still be open to beginners, so if you haven't made up your mind about coming square dancing, why not come and try it. You will Jike it, and besides, you will get your daily exercise while mute having fun. Vanya Leighton is our caller. She is super, and has called all over the U.S., and is deemed one of the top callers in the nation. We are fortunate to have her come from Napa each week. Remember Monday nights, at Jefferson School cafeteria, at 7:30 p.m. See all of you there. TERRY HAEHL Manager. Dorland on her 102 birthday, Monday, September 22: "Congratulations on your birthday! We hope that the happiness of this special day will last throughout the year and that each day you will celebrate the gift of abundant life." The card was signed by Rosalyn Carter and Jimmy Carter, President of the United States. Other cards and gifts were also received, along with a visit and congratulations on behalf of the community from Mayor of Cloverdale Jack Domenichelli. Della proved to everyone she is as spunky as ever by taking a stroll around the solarium at the Manor and eating a large slice of birthday cake in short order. Della was born in Missouri in 1878 and came to the Los Angeles area of California in a Model-T Ford with her husband about 1925. She doesn't remember when she moved to Cloverdale, but her husband, Frank, passed away in 1961 at age 87 when they had their home on Boonville Road. She bought her home on River Road in \\; Dell Dorland - 102 Cloverdale in 1969 and lived there until moving to the Manor a year ago. Della had two children that both died in infancy and has no other known living relatives. When asked if she had a secret for her longevity, Della replied, "It's because I love the Lord and obey His attends Manor for lunch friends. such a know her plans for the living to be God hope you live Oaks Cafe IN YORKVILLE is Open Again for Business Bob & Lois Wallis \\; .:::- :':: .:::" :::: .:.:i :' :!:i Guide iii iiil iii! i!il iiil :i: IIII I Asti Oak _ RESTAURANT and Deli DINNER SPECIAL Chicken. $3.95, Ribs - $4.95 Includes: Salad, vegetable, entre, french garlic bread, coffee Qr tea and dessert. Exp. Oct. 7 Take Asti Exit off 101, Right at Stop Sign, Right Again on Ati Store Rd. i!! iiii i!il i!ii iii! ii!i i::i. q.- :o, !:: .:.: i::ii i!!i the . ' Hungry Hutch SANDWICH SHOP ., ';" [J Delicious Dell Sandwiches! Steamed Hot Dogs Salad Bar Beer & Soft Drinks 113 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894.3730 This Space Available Ca II 894-3339 This Space Available Call 894-3339 This Space Available Call 894-3339 LUNCH DINNER or Choose from Our Complete Menu! We're Open Every Day from 6 a.m. - 9 p.m. REDWOOD SMORGETTE 504 N. CIoverdale Blvd. Closed Tuesday This Space Available Ca I 1 894-3339 This Space Available Ca I I 894-3339 SDHDPlA CDUH?Y HARVBS? iili 00AM,L,00oN,00ooo & ENTERTAINMENT i:i: i:i: ;q. qq i:i: :i:i i:i: iii:: iiii :.., ]]]i :!:! :................. .... .. ,...... .. ...................... , ....... , ...... . ................................................................. -. ........ .:': * Taste and purchase the award winning win Sonoma County. , World Championship grape stomping o Free live entertainment. " Antique farm equipment. , Gourmet cooking demonstrations. o Scarecrow contest. o Farm Trails and Farm Market exhibits and sales. o Sheep dog trials. Llama exhibit. Pumpkin carving contest. o Wool spinning and iying demonstration. CHICKEN BAR-B-QUE BEEF BAR-B-QUE SUNDAY Admission: $1 Adults 50 * Children OCTOBER 4 & 5 Sonoma County Fairg