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Cloverdale, California
October 8, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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October 8, 1980

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/ \\; gathered for the grand opening of Barbara Eiannon's new law offices at last Tuesday afternoon to welcome Cloverdale's first full-time at- present for the official ribbon-cutting were (fret row, left to right): Snider. Citrus Fair Queen Keri Sibert, Barbara Hannon, Mayer Jack I. Church, Barbara's grandfather. Back row: Dale Peterson, Jim Lpson, Barbara's mother, Pat Rose, Robert E. Hannon, Barbara's Photos by Bob Trusler. holds grand "ng of law offices and were the Flying Scot- Thur- swomen of Healdoburg in for the their native costumes, serving delicious hot and rib- cold hers d'oeuvres. of Harmon was raised in the new law East Bay with a long line of First attorneys in her family. She graduated from the is Clover- University of California at- with a BA in Ancient with Eastern History and At- Colony chaeology and attended McGeorge Law School in Sacramento. She took her festivities bar examination in Febnmry, I0, and was admitted to practice law before she even graduated. She was awarded her Jutes 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. Hannon has had ex- perienee in most all phases of law and is well qualified to handle all types of legal problems. / , 4s weanesaay, ,rooer e, |vau - r-age j I II Halloween picture Spaghetti feed for contest to start todayl blood donors Starting today and ending Wednesday, October 29, children, ages 5 to 12, are encouraged to draw or paint a Halloween picture on a 9'12" sheet of paper or posterboard then bring the artwork to one of the par- ticipating members of the Cloverdale Merchants' Association listed below. Pictures will be displayed in participating merchants' places of business and judged on Thursday, Oc- tober 30. Winners will be selected, one from the 5 to 8 age group, and one from the 12 aje'group. A $9 cash prize will be awarded to each. Pictures may be taken to the following places of business: The Cloverdale Reveille, 112 W. First St.; The Hungry Hutch, 113 N. Cioverdale Boulevard; Montgomery Ward's Catalog Agency, 115 N. Cloverdale Boulevard; The Natural Look, 121 W. First Street; Photography by Mac, 1018 Gerdes Lane; and Wilmarth's Scandia Restaurant, 219 N. Cloverdale Boulevard. By STEyE CONGDON The Cloverdale Century Lions Club served up big plates of spaghetti to blood donors at the Citrus Fair on Tuesday, September 23. George Heaton of the Century Lions coordinated Lbe feed and Jim Wilmarth was the chef. According to George, everything went smoothly. The blood drives are held four times a year and the Century Lions will be serving up the Spaghetti at each drive in the future. The Century Lions wish to thank all those who gave blood and would like to see an even larger turnout next time. On Saturday, September 27, a surprise dinner was held in honor of Lion Bob Younp, who is leaving the Cloverdale Area. Century Lions Club showed their appreciation to BOb for his many years of dedicated service in Lionism and the leadership that he gave to the club. Everyone in the Century Lions wishes BOb the best, but his presence will be missed. The Century Lions Club is also sponsoring a series of trap shoots at the Geyservflle Gun Club on the following dates : October 12, November 9 and December 14. All of the trap shoots are on Sundays and will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., refreshments will be provided. The club has recently purchased a new trap and this is expected to speed up each shoot. So all you sharpshooters come on out and try your luck and have a good time. For further information about the trap shoots call 894-2014. ? Barbara Hannah, Cloverdale's new attorney, is shown in her law offices with her eofleague, John C. Downes of San Francisco (left). and her mother and father, Barbara Thompson aml Robert E. Hannah, who came up from the Bay Area for the grand opening reeepUen hem On September 30. Photo by Bah Trusler. Meet the new JuUana's at the old Mama Ntna's ]ulian00s Pine Pood & Cocktails One mile north of Cloverdale on Highway IOl / qk ' lie rancher- Fair's 1980 Out - Young Farmer a 37 ran- County x Out- Farmer. his own farming operation when he was 18 years old. He gradually built up his agricultural enterprise to its present scope. rlmcher, and Valley for the Falr's Dillworth is a member of the Sonoma Cmmty Farm Bureau and formerly was active in the Santa Rosa Young Farmers Associaton. of an last Hall of Will be Harvest the the out- farmer INives Rosa t former Rosa of Started i PHOTOTWIXED CONTEST WIN... an Outdoor PORTRAIT SETTING and Frlmed SxS" PORTRAIT Just Unscramble these words - I CANT SIT MA The ewe it   y witmevt -ny im'Imm,  to ,. Itvtos: First S js4ophJ to ell tvl It correct  win. Prize must agply to tony tlt. tin@, 1 wirmer per fMlllly w year. MuSt have s|ttlfi*g teka3 within 30 ys. Answw mm i new PlqWixl word next week photography mc 894-5389 Stualio hotw$: 830 tO 4 CtO' Thirehqv onV Keene bill to cut drug deaths Fewer deatba from drug poisoning are expected as a result of a new law authored by State Seaator Barry SB ZS86, signed into law by Governor Brown today, requires al! prescription drugs sold in California after January I, Ig, to be imprinted wth an eden- tifying drug code. "In the event of a drug overdose, one of the most common problems zn initiating treatment is the lack of identification of the drug,:' said Keene (D- Mendocino). "Although current law requires prescription drug containers to be labeled, in 60 percent of the poisonings involving prescription drugs, the victim is brought r reaLment without th -oi'ginal drug container." Annual Fall Rummage Sale St.Peter's Altar Society Oct. 13 - Oct. 17 St.Peter's Hall Healdsburg Ave. at Hwy 101 Cloverdale lOaan.. 5p.m. Benefit; CCD Program for Children Window Fashions by Marylynn Amann and Jim Vlasak Broer Sstee team WHAT TO DO ABOUT WINDOWS The people who ask this question aren't looking for or- dinary draperies just to cover a window. They're seeking something special....something to make a typical window and room something different. One of the oldest window treatments that is enjoying a comeback is the shaped lambrequin to frame a window. It can be extended to the floor, or only part way down. Cover in matching or eontrasUng fabrics or it can be painted or wall papered. You, can also add a bit of trim or braid and yoU have a most beautiful and unusual window. Ever have a window where you would like to hide the fact it's a window at all? Well, one good way is to work it into yOur furniture arrangement, with matching draperies with yo.r uphotmd piece. Some treatments are simple..otber, ca.ll for_more ex- pertise; but all should have that look-again qualit_y you want for your windows. And we can help your home have that quality...beeause home beauty is our business. y% 1" I -', Cloverdale :;J... Cabinet & Linoleum 119 N. Cloverdale Blvd. " 894-2334 tt,%O ' Keene, former Chairman of the Assembly Health Committee from 1974-78, noted that minutes can Coatlmu  page 17 I Open for Dinner from 5 p.m. Wednada-Sunda Rrvations Suiested 707/894.2609 II I II I I I Through October 15, bring th/s ad and receive a complimentary glass of wine with dinner, Cloverdal pplian NOW OPEN IN CLOVERDALE Servicing and Repairing MAJOR CES00 , Refrigeration Equipment Freezers 0" Gas g iElectric Ranges Air Conditioners Dishwashers  , Washers & Dryers Furnace & Heating Equipment Water Heaters 555-2 S. Cloverdale Blvd. 894,5043 ? i i ? !