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m Jefferson School terested.) Each aide will be expected to write up a along problem solving or other- Jefferson wise problem that she ca- everyone countered in the classroom, in their or on the playground, or , the school bus, or wherever she comes On last in contact with children. Teachers Maria Michelon, our in-st In- principal then gave a short Session. welcome, and explained is that that there will be a bus evacuation drill for students mandated so that they will be aware of in the exits on the bus. He is involved, working on better lighting m now and better parking at special Jefferson School. Both School gentlemen then passed out Program, rules on tetherhaU, four-. Aide square, the bars, and other in this games played at Jefferson state), and School. These same rules a federal are enforced by the have one classroom teacher, so that which all will know rules, and less by the arguments will be coming from the playground when has playing the games. to $47,000 from Housed in the old library EIA, and is a part-time learning Unruh disability teacher by the h'om these name of Renee Robinson. She gave a very interesting and and concise talk on what LDG students are and bow open by they are treated. Actually, d Welcoming learning disabled child has explaining average or above average intelligence, some students the way, are gifted children, but may is have some other learning in the difficulty, such as seeing is in- something on the board, and Boneless Round then trying to write it down on paper, or seeing shapes in different forms, or colors, or letter and word rever- sals, which might arise from the disorders from the central nervous system. The purpose isto help these children through simple scientific ways of overcoming the individual difficulty, while the child is still very young. This program is now working from kindergarten through third grade at Jefferson School. The children known as LDG children can be identified through the teacher, who recommends special testing, the psychologist, the parent, etc. Renee said it used to be a very long process, due to a great deal of paperwork, but now thJs process has been shortened, so that helping the student, will be speedier. The following are some suggestions to help students in the classroom and home: Remember, children all learn differently, be positive, be consistent, follow routine, making work so that the student suc- ceeds, verbal and psysical praise, be f'wrn, don't make threats you can't keep, having the child's trust, explain directions in detail, step by step, be on time, build upon what a child can T + tl &C Students of the former Musalacon High School pthored in installed the new sign renaming the school Johanna Eehols. front of the school last week, with 8upertendent of the Hansen High School in honor of the late principal who died in Cloverdale Unified School District, James McAuley, aml an auto crash in August. Photo by Janlce. Marc Mager, the school's new principal, whl_ Bruc e Duncan do, work on the child's October 7 a five-week strengths, if correction course will be presented on must be made do not do it in "Sanity in the Classroom." front of an audience, and be organized. We have had some free volunteers coming faith- fully since school started, but due to the fact that many parents work and Perhaps all of us could follow the above rules in school and out of school. On Iml | , I I Some have ' smaller children, we need the help from the community to fulfill our volunteer time for each week as required by the special funding program we are under. So please volunteer TODAY! P.S.: The open house at Jefferson School was held in two sessions. One at 7 to 7:30 and one from 7:30 to 8, so that parents having students in two different classrooms could attend each child's class. We wish - to report that parent par- ticipation was great! Turkey Arnlour Star, Butter Basted, Frozen As A4W4 Boneless Chuck - S138 ' lb. Spareribs Seafood Apples Red, School Boy Size, wngton Extra Fancy 8 s] Spinach Cauliflower Celery Bunch, How About a Cl'nls Grown, Freoh, Sch SatadTonlght 12 Size CrOp Stalks .89 T0kq Grapes ,59 Flower Show Peak of Ule Season Nedarinm Sweet & Juicy Carrots -'*== mfmlMs Im  b.m Cl|p Top  o ,..- . Honeydew .69 Melonl, Sweet & y I 'J.1ll Juice Pak 0014, Apple P + __ :+': [ _Sra B 1-lb. Tab Ikndum Soup Cat Food Ha Crackers re, 6-12 oz. Town House, Cream 6 to 6.5 or Wheat WMem, oz (Cragmont, S- of, 10.5 Ounce, Ounce Cans Sunshine, 116 Oucu 29* 89* 88 + 1+.9) 10r s149 se00. smMmm 2 Pounds Murooms Tomdo Same Town House, Stems Town Hotme, & Pi.,s, 4 Ounces 8 Ounces ,0r99 6,001 a Qia B yO0 a 8tOfO.. mm, e! 4 oz. 79' s oz W 16 0. "1" Iow Sar leo Orient o .I,,, Mapl Syrup ' +2 o 7, Nature Valley Qramoll hMs 0  "1 =. Poet Rlimin Iron cent, 20. "1"* ttmm  Wee m th ed m ewmle Oct l, 10, Wtm . ml. carom cram. ,lumwm Imdrmelme, ,. bituaries Pauline M. Ellis Services for Pauline M. Ellis, 71, who died Thursday at a Santa Rosa hospital after a short illness, were held at 2 p.m. on Monday. A native of Dry Creek Valley, she lived all her I+ife in Sonoma County, working for many years as secretary of Sehastopol Elementary School. She is survived by her husband, John A. Ellis, who served as Sonoma County Sheriff ,om 19 through 1970. Ellis was the first sheriff in Sonoma County to put deputies in uniforms and marked cars. HIS career in law enforcement began in 1929 as a deputy sheriff in Sonoma County. He also served with the Santa Rosa Police Department and was the chief of police, n+ Sehastopol. Mrs. Ellis was past noble grand of Pride of Geyser Peak Rebekah Lodge 310 and served as past district deputy. Louis S. Weigt Services for Louis Samuel Weigt, 69, who died Tuesday, in a Healdsburg hospital were held in Cloverdale. A native of North Dakota, he was a woodsman and worked for the Bates Lumber Company in C]overdale. He lived 26 years in California and Sonoma County. He was a charter member of Grace Lutheran Church in C]overdale. Wednesday, October 8, 19{10. Page 9 I Spaghetti dinner for Judge Jones Tickets are available for a Spaghetti Dinner honoring Judge James E. Jones, Jr., seeking re-election to the Municipal Court No. 1, at the Santa Rosa campai headquarters at 415 RtumeU Avenue, Santa Rosa, california, by +onlng m- 9355. The dlnner will be beld on October 10, 1200, at the Druids Hall, zo11 College Avenue Santa Rosa, No Host Cocktails will be from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Dinner is planned for 7:30 p.m. Tbere will ha m- tertainment, music and dancing. Donation, 17.50 per person. Notice Cloverdale needs a cubmaster. Anyohe in- terested please call Dwayne Daunch after 5 p.m. at SH-' 5386 for more intormation. Correction In the Inquiring PhotolFapher article, Betty Schaffer's name was incorrectly listed as Betty Lyle. She is a part- time employee at Delfino Electric and not the bookkeeper. Jack Wayne Hall He is survived by his wife, lVlandie Weigt, Cloverdale; his children, Robert Weigt, Arizona; James Weigt and Nadine Ingrain, both of Ukiah; and by five grand-' children. He was the brother of Ruby Ross and Mildred Miller, both of Oregon; Edith Neubauer and Bill Weigt, both of Washington; Alvina Kolke, nlinois; Edna Bnsche and Esther Rasmussen, both of North Dakota. Services were at Fred Young and Co., Cloverde, followed by burial at Oak Mound Cemetery in, Healdsburg. She also is survived by her daughter, Nancy Dalziel, Danville, and by two grandchildren. Services were at Fred ;i+iCalendar of Events Young and Co., followed by i:i: burial at Oak Mound Cemetery. Janet R. Hardin Services for Janet K. Hardin, 25, have been held at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. a She died Wednesday, October t, at a hospital in Healdslmrg. A native d Arkansas, she was a computer operator. She is survived by a son, Shawn Gregory Hardin, Cloverdale; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Cooper, Cloverdale; a nd six brothers and sisters, Steven Hardin, Ukiah; Theresa Meier, C]overda]e; Irvin Hardin, Los Angeles; David Hardin, Los Angeles; Hardin, Cioverdale, and Michael Hardin, Cl'erdafo. No servis were held'for Jack Wayne Hall, O, a former Geyserville resident, who died Sep- tember 26 at his home near North San Juan in Nevada County. Inurnment is in Newport, Oregon. Hatl was a native of Bend, Oregon, and moved from Geyserville to Nevada County in 19'/6. He was a se-employed winter. Survivors include his mother, Amelia Hall, Albany, Oregon;." . a daughter, Ellen Andersm, Iowa; a son Red (Ton},) Hall, Sommmm Cmmty two brothe, Dale Hall,.Por- tland, Oregon; and Haiwey Hall, Santa Rosa; and four sisters, Florence Bodda, Cioverdale; Avis Smith and Ella Lucas, Florence, Oregon; and Patrt Lute, Oregon. Hooper and Weaver Mortuary. in Grmm Valk was . in charge of arrangements. Donations to the Heart Fund are eferred by the . family. Entombment was at Evergreen Memorial Gardens in Uktah. :::::::::::::;;::..:;.:::.:::.:::.::::::::;:..::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i!ii, o+tos,w+.day iiii  American Legion at Veterans Memorial, 7:30 p.m. !i!i Cioverdale Unified School Dist. at High School, 7:30 p.m. iii! ,Senior Citizens at the Veterans Memorial, 11:26 a.m. :::: Cloverdale Archers at Rainbow Hall, 7:26 p.m. :::: Chamber of Commerce Dinner Meeting at Italian i::i:: Colony, 7 p.m. ii:: Lions Club at The Encore, 7:30 p.m. !iii Cloverdale Rotary at Papa John's, 12:15 p.m. Alanon at St. Peter's Church, 8 p.m. ill Volleyball: Cloverdale v. St. Heleua, there, 5:39p.m. :i:i Frkiny, October 1O" ii!i Football: Cinverdale v. St. Hekms, there, 5:45 p.m. iii! Relief Society, at the LDS Church, 9 a.m. :jii Momlay, r 13 !i St. Peter's Altar Society Rummage Sale (through 10-18) r  St" Peter's Hall, daffy ii!i +'+'" Square Dance Class at Jefferson School, 7 pJn. :::: Citrus Fair Board at Citrus Fair, 8 p.m. iii! Cloverdale Historical Society at Briarwood, 7:0 p.m. i!ii CloverdaioFire Dept. at the Fire I.I, ?:26p.m. Story Time at Cloverdale Library, 1: p.m iiii: St. Peter's Altar Society Rummage Sale conUnu ::!: Xi Delta Epsilon at members home, 8 p.m. :: Century Lio at Cloverdale Coffee Shop, 7 a.m. Art Commission Workshop at 213 Main St., 7 p.m. Rebekah Lodge at Grange Hall, 8 p,m. iiii Druids at Druids Hall, 8 p.m. City Council at the City Hall,+ 8 p.m. :" iiiii Theta Zeta at members home, 8 p m / . :..::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:i:i:i:.:i:i::i:..:.:.:i:!:!:!:.:.:i:!:.:;::;:.::i:::::::.::::::::.:.e.:::::.\