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Page 10, Cloverdale Reveille, October 8, 1997 Value Theme-Communication October's Value Theme is Com- munication. It is a powerful con- cept. Children need to be able to express themselves and under- stand Others in a variety of ways. At last Friday's World-Wide As- sembly, we brainstormed ways to communicate. Students men- oned talking, writing, sign lan- , guage, Morse Code, signal flags 'among others. Mrs. Brandt, new amulti-age teacher, explained and demonstrates sign language. She ught the whole group the ABC 3i ;n Song and showed a video of fairy tales in sign. Students expe- rienced the way people with hear- ':ing disabilities enjoy music by -olding a balloon and feeling the :,ibrations. " Several child volunteers partic- :jpated in the old fashioned game of "Gossip" where a sentence is passed down a line of people. The ;results being that the original ;message is often garbled by the "time it reaches the end. We talked about communicating truthful things and not saying things that had the ability to hurt others. Book of the Month Starting in October, when you walk by Mrs. Plumley's office ,windows, notice the "Book of the Month" on display. She will choose them because of themes or they may be old favorites of mine from her childhood. This month's 'selection, Batman, Exploring the World of Bats by Lauree Pringle, "photographs by Merlin Tuttle, ties ;in will with third grade's annual visit with the bat lady. Mrs. Plum- ley will share the book with stu- dents who visit the office during the month of October. PTC Membership Drive Last Thursday, Oct. 2, the Jef- ferson PTC held their first official meeting. Carina Meridith, Presi- dent Elect, presided over the agen- da. The most important item up for discussion was the upcoming Carnival which will be held on Saturday, Oct. 18 th from 11 am-2 pm on the playground. There were over 30 parents and teachers in attendance. Perhaps they were enticed by the wonder- ful door prizes. A bus trip for two to Reno was provided by Fiesta Travel and won by Regina Gallar- do and a shuttle to either SFO or Oakland Airport was offered by Cloverdale ravel was won by Danette Basili. A Cloverdale- opoly game was also raffled and won by Julie Lawson. A decision to hold PTC meet- ings the first Thursday of every month at 2:15 in the afternoon and 7 in the evening so that more par- ents may participate. New offic- ers for the club are" Carina Meredith, Presidelt; Colleen Hale, Vice-President; Rhonda Knowles and David Joslyn, secretaries; Cari Beavers, Treasurer; and Danette Basili, Historian. Thanks to Mrs. Lfle, Jefferson Librarian, for pick- ing up the snacks and helping to organize the meeting. Thanks to FHA-HERO for pro- viding child care. MAT(;H POINT Saltwater The Striper fishing in the San :Pablo Bay and San Francisco Bay continues to be very good. Most (are drifting live anchovies or troll- :dng hair-raisers. Fish a moving tide. The fish go off the bite at 'slack tide. Popular areas include :ithe Oakland Airport, Bay Farm ;Island, Coyote Point, and Candle- istick Park in the South Bay. Areas in the San Pablo Bay include Red -Rock, the Brothers and the Sisters Islands, and the Pumphouse. The halibut fishing in the Bay has been fair to good for those drifting live bait. Tomales and Bodega Bays have been slow for halibut. Salmon fish- ing has been fair to good out of the ing has been good out of Bodega and Fort Bragg with a few nice lings reported. Rivers The Sacramento River is still pumping out some nice kings, try the Anderson/Balls Ferry Area and below Red Bluff to Chico. Most are back trolling K-14 to K- 16 Kwikfish or back-bouncing Roe. The Ktamath River was slow last weekend for salmon, the mouth is once again open which will let some new fish into the river. The Russian has a few salm- on in the lower river, most are trying from Johnson's Beach South. The Smith River has of- fered some reasonable salmon fishing for drift-boaters. It's A Small World Mrs. Polly Lile's afternoon Kin- dergarten class has been watch- ing the life cycle of moths. She brought in many caterpillars (from very tiny to very large) from her backyard. Students were able to watch them munch leaves. Soon, many climbed to the top of the jar and hung upside down and formed a chrysalis. In about ten days they have had two moths emerge. Mrs. Tappin's class has been learning a lot about Mexico. They have a map of Mexico that pin- points where everybody's parents or grandparents were originally from. Some students have par- ents from Chihuahua, Mazatlan, Oaxaca, etc. On Oct. 30 her class will celebrate "The Day of the Dead". Students Will eat Mexican foods, make flowers for grave sites and Mrs. Tappin will try to speak Spanish the entire day. Calendar Monday, Oct. 13-Inservice Day (Non-Student Day) Saturday, Oct. 18-Jefferson Car- nival Tuesday, Oct. 21-Picture Day Saturday, Oct. 25-Mask-CARE- Aid Ball Friday, Oct. 31-Trick or Treat for UNICEFF Halloween Friday, November 7-Late Con- ference Day Monday, November 20-Early Conference Day Tuesday, November 11-Veter- ans' Day Holiday miss depending on the weather and temperature. The catfish bite is still good in the no-wake zones of the lake. Clear Lake The topwater action is fairly good in the morning. Try rubber frogs, pop-r's, and buzz baits. Rubber frogs have been the top producers for large fish. During the mid-morning, most are throw- ing grubs and worms around docks and structure. Catfishing has been fair Upper Blue Lake Not many fishermen have been hitting the lake lately. Trollers have been doing fair to good troll- ing a set of flashers at 10 to 20 feet. Lake Mendocino LUNCH& BREAKFAST MENU MONDAY, OCTOBER'3 JEFFERSON Insewice W.ZIHINGTON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14 JEFFERSON Beinie Weinies Beine Weinies WASHINGTON Hot Dog on Bun -BREAKFAST Cereal WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15 JEFFERSON Taco Pockets WASHINGTON Taco Pockets Salami Sandwich BREAKFAST Cinnamon Roll THURSDAY, OCTOBER16 JEFFERSON Pastrami on Wheat WASHGTON Pasomion Wheat Pizza BREAKFAST Cereal FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17 JEFFERSON Egg Roll WASHINGTON Egg Roll yogurt BREAKFAST Breakst Bread Blue Cross of California $40 Copay Plan Call Beta Sigma Phi Holiday Craft Fair November 1-2 Join Beta Sigma Phi as they cel- ebrate their fourth annual "Holi- day Craft Fair," Nov. 1 from 10 am-4 pm and Nov. 2 from 11 am to 4 pm at the Cloverdale Veter- nan's Memorial Building located at 205 W. First Street. Local artists and crafters will show their new ideas for the hol- iday season and items for all year around fun. Everything from note paper, dried arrangements, cloth- ing, wood crafts of all kinds and many more items will be for sale. Again this year, lunches and homemade desserts will be of- fered on both days. Also the big, basket raffles and many door prize drawings will be held both days. For more information call Neva Goodman at 894-5617. When puffing out a campfire, drown the fire, stir it, and drown it again. m Authorized Agent * nqnod  .f am aim ore= Ac=lm= 894-9550  2/15/97 A0 e singJe s Su/,cribe Fami Sulcnoe spouse c 1 29 27 54 49 94 67 30-39 42 69 64 110 73 40-49 68 110 90 147 95 5059 113 181 135 210 137 60-64 136 223 145 244 156 Caraina La 128 N ate Bird - Ckam::kde CA 95425 - License 6896864 ltt )[//'.'. '..L'. I||()[]i|l(tclSSOfi/C()lll MCCONNELL CHEVROLET * OLDS * GEO Grief support to hold first Wednesday, 1 The newly formed port group will hold meeting Wednesday, Oct. at 7 pm in the Fellowship l the Grace Lutheran N. Cloverdale Blvd. The open to all who have one through death and to meet together to form port group to help one through the various sta At the first meeting, concerning self-care for vidual going through the ing process will be further information 894-3757 or Grace Lut Church 894-2330. Cooking, Corner (NAt)---There's more way to stuff a chicken and cookbook will tell you how. Although the stomach the usual place, stuffing skin also has its According to The Poultry Bible (Penguin $27.95), this method helps cook more evenly and keeps tive breast meat juicier. lr '" T H  CHIC ...... P 0 U L T R ! ................ J:,. A new cookbook dis amazing variety and our favorite fowl. This cookbook for poultry brims with information on p ing and storage; cooking tech in pan or oven--poaching, ing, stewing, braising, ing, and deep*frying--with from simple to sophisticatL Recipes range from Cre Turkey Soup to Foie Gras with Snow Peas and Apple Smoked Chicken Pizza to .Reliz LKING !lk, eve gate and off of the Marin Coast. :High seas last weekend kept many boats in port. Albacore fishing has ,been good, but not as good as it was a couple of weeks ago. Boats out of San Francisco have been igoing out 30-35 miles, out of Bode- ga 25-30 miles, and out of Fort .Bragg 10-17 miles. Bottom fish- ,: The mass of the Milky Way Is :,equal to200 billion suns. 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