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History Music Benefit Of- in con- Eastern I nc. is exclusive "The Golden Mus- October 31 Citrus History of concept by Alle- Packag i ng by David lives in tnessee and Career with a he wrote for "Coming on song has by twenty SOld over David hun- Which have II and released as Barbara Pride History of brings Hits of Hank Wil- Mandrell, Tennessee Roy Accuff, and many, . The Show Years of 1928 Jane Down- and her first re- everyone a- like a sure Completed of the United States and Canada and is awaiting her new record release. This original production brings some of the finest Country and Western talent direct from Nashville to Cloverdale. On the recent 1981 Christmas Tour of the "Golden History of Country Music", twelve of the four- teen performances were sold out, and received nine standing ovations. It prom- ises to be an evening that News meeting Wayne ling the by the in- Tom Ha- pro- Members to taste wine of uniden- them and identify the type of 0oing on, Bruce A. Of Wayne of Cla- re- the Marine bepot, San 11 -week he learned battlefield was intro- daily Will ex- his enlist- the per- stan- ex- in an COndition- of including arksman- order drill. tm O- Phasized training visitiog Rotarian Bill Proc- tor was introduced. Bill is from Healdsburg. Bill gave a short report on R/UDAT, a redevelopment agency, which came to Healdsburg and did a redevelopment plan for the city. The following members were recognized for suc- cesses, failures, trips, or for being disruptive. Rich Pellogrini, Tom Haworth, Chuck Snider, Jack Do- neni=,helli and Tom Man,. toya all paid fines. Tay Sink also paid for a book he wanted to borrow. Bill Hayer introduced guest Laura Vandandaigue. Dr. Snider introduced Lil- lian Costa, wife of Sheriff candidate Lou Costa. Lou Costa was introduced by Tom Montoya. After the introductions Lou Costa gave a brief talk on him- self and his campaign. The meeting ended with Wayne Humphrey tallying the wine tasting test. Be- fore he could give the results, John Doble asked him if he had made the wine in the families garage, and Bob DelSarto com- plained about the wine tasting tools that were not provided, and the fact that the President had lost con- trol of the meeting. Wayne had warned everyone that if a tie resulted, no prizes would be given out. The answers to the wine tasting varied from it's a red or white, to it's Welch's grape juice. As you can see, the program and comments provided for an entertain- ing afternoon. The results? Of course it was a five way tie! No prizes were handed out. DALE POLICE N SHOW proudly presents J Golden History of Country Music" WWlWWWlWWWWWWWlIIWW OCTOBER 31, 1982 . . ,k Sunday 8:00 PM CITRUS JNDS AUDITORIUM Citrus Fair Drive CIoerdale, California TICKETS: in advance $7.00 at door No Reserved Seats No Refunds From Nashville" country fans will remember and enjoy. Show time is 8:00 p.m. Tickets are $6.00 in ad- vance per person General Admission. A limited num- ber of tickets will be re- stricted for sales at the door on the evening of the performance for $7.00 per person. Fam//y Services Free Cheese We are getting some more Government cheese this month, for distribution to the truly needy. A form must be filled out, with name and address, Social Security number, number of people of the house- hold, and total monthly income of all people in the household. You are entitled to cheese if you fall within the Low-Income guidelines, which have been changed a bit. We will give out the cheese on Friday, October 22, from 1 to 5 in the afternoon, at the Citrus Fair Building. Success seminar Success Express and Wright's Office Supplies present "Setting Goals for Your Financial and Per- sonal Success" Friday, Oct. 22. The free seminar will be held at the Vets Memorial Building, Trophy Room. Doors open at 7:45 p.m. Dr. Paul Hightower will speak from 8:00 p.m. till 9:30 p.m. Dr. Hightower is a well- known Bay Area health care professional and lec- tures across the Country in the areas of Chiropractic Orthopedics, personal and business finance. As a successful business- man and energetic pro- ponent of the American Free Enterprise System, Dr. Hightower is dedicated to sharing proven princi- ples of success with others who choose to be more successful than they presently are. Please pass the word to anybody you know who is really in need. We will make other arrangements to get cheese to the ill, the housebound or the very elderly. For more informa- tion you can phone Clover- dale Family Service at 894-2864 or 894-4182. Reminder Grange Card Party The October card party will be held at the Grange Hall at 8 p.m. October 23. Try and rfiake up yb Own ,Lable in order to avoid dis- 'saplintment/ " The usual games consist- ing of Pedro, Pinochle arid Canasta will be played. Prizes and a door prize are featured. Refreshments are served after cards. The public is invited. Donation is $1.25. See you there! Advisory Committee changes time The Agricultural Advi- sory Committee at their October 6, 1982 meeting voted to change their meet- ing time from 7:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on the first and third Wednesday of each month. The meetings are held in Room 105A of the County Administration Building, 575 Administra- tion Drive, Santa Rosa, Ca., 95401. Trappy Family Reunion Thirty-five Trappy fam- ily relatives were in at- tendance at a reunion Oct. 2, 1982 at the Cloverdale Grange Hall. The event was put on by John and Nora Trappy of Cloverdale. A hot meat was enjoyed whil =vervone caught Up on the family news. In attendance were: daughter Betty & husband Jim Brady from Lakewood, CA and their daughter Lean Brady & her daughter Jen- nifer Taylor. also from Lakewood. Son Glen Danielson & wife Maxine & their daugh- ter Glennda from Rialto, CA. Grandson Jimy Brady & wife June and their son Tomy from Chino, CA. Grandson Tom & his fiancee Denise from Long Beach, CA. Grandson Frank Evans & wife Ruth Ann from Wind- sor, CA. Grandaughter Betty Den- ney and her husband Stan Denney & their 2 girls Sara & Lindsay from Windsor, CA. Grandaughter Ruth Ann Evans from Santa Rosa. Aunt Ruth Whetstone from Auburn, Ca. Brother Don Turner from Rio Dell, CA. Gus Eckenburg from CIo- verdate, Darlene Fieagas from Santa Rosa, Ed Lewis from Red Crest, CA. From Eureka, CA., came Mr. & Mrs. Art Danielson; Mr. & Mrs. George Dan- ielson; Richard & Dorothy Danielson & 2 sons Steven October 20, 1982 Cloverdale Reveille e 3 Nancy Burres displays one of her seascape paintings which will be on display at the "Christmas Show and Sale" November 6. / Commission Christmas Sn, >w and Sale The Cloverdale Art Com- mission has set Sat., No- vember 6, for their fifth Annual Christmas Show and Sale. It will be at the Citrus Fair from 10 a.m. to 5p.m. Last year's Show and Sale was a success, and fun for all who attended. Local artists and craft people e- qually enjoyed themselves. Some of the hand-painted, handmade items sold were: dolls, stuffed toys, stained glass creations, hand sewn articles, beautiful paint- ings, Christmas decora- tions, toleware, ceramics, original crafts, etc. This year's Show and Sale prom- ises even more delightful items Like last year the Art Commission will be featur- ing a special table with fresh, homemade baked goods. There will be cook- ies, nut breads, Christmas cookies, cakes, fresh baked bread, rolls, candies, pies, jellies and jams, etc. Don't miss shopping at this table. The goodies will be a Most important stamp improvement happened over 100 years ago & Scot. One of the single most important improvements in .:.:.:+:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:. the history of the Postal i:i:!:i::i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i::::i:i:i:i:!:i:i:i:i:i:i:!:!:i:i:i:i:i:i Service in America occur- red in 1847 when adhesive SNAP Menu stamps were adopted for use as prepayment of post- age Prior to that time, letters accepted by postmasters for dispatch were marked "Paid" by means of pen and ink or hand stamps of various designs. Such let- ters usually contained the town postmark and the mailing date. Some postmasters, in or- der to facilitate the hand- ling Of mail, provided spe- cial stamps or other de- vices for use on letters as evidence of the prepayment of postage. These local stamps became known as "Postmasters' Provision- als". The Senior Nutrition and Activities Program an- nounces the menu for the week of Oct. 21-27. Thursday, Oct. 21 Orange juice, vegetable salad, baked chicken, peas and onions, whole wheat bread, pudding. Friday, Oct. 22 Cole slaw, barbecued beef patty, mashed pota- toes, green beans, apricots. Monday, Oct. 25 Lettuce Tomato salad, Chicken Chow Mein, Chow Mein Noodles, Sliced car- rots, cake. Tuesday, Oct. 26 Orange juice, vegetable salad, stuffed cabbage rolls, mixed vegetables, french bread, sliced peaches. Wednesday, Oct. 27 Bean Salad, Baked Fish with tarter sauce, spinach, whole wheat blead, apple- sauce. On January 1, 1856, the use of adhesive stamps is- sued by the Government became mandatory, and it wasn't long afterward that the hobby of stamp col- lecting began. America's first adhesive stamps, issued on July 1, 1847, featured a portrait of Benjamin Franklin on a five-center and one of George Washington on a ten-cent stamp. Since those first two stamps were issued Franklin and Wash- ington have appeared on more U.S. stamps than any other persons. Issues bearing the like- ness of these two prom- inent Americans can be found in most stamp col- lections. Today, there are more than 22 million stamp collectors in the United States alone. special treat and prices will be reasonable. Come early as these items will sell quickly. The earnings from this table will go toward the cost of the Commission's studio-workshop on Main and Second St. Be sure and mark "Christmas Show and Sale, Nov. 6th" on your calendar so you won't miss this fun event next month. For more information concerning this event, call Chairman Nancy Burres at 894-2682. /f Reno ' k Overnighter j Hilton Hotel Nov. 18, $40 per person $18.00 cash refunds & $3.00 meal credit plus 1 Cocktail Special Theatre Charters j Ice Capades with Peggy Fleming. Nov. 21 Tschaikowsky's Nutcracker Ballet December 19th '1'he King and I with Yul Brynner January 22 f Ukiah TOUR & TRAVEL 707-468-9341 For Details J O00IIT00MUNm Be(N/ ARRESTS UP CRIME DOWN Special praise by the Attorney General and the Governor "These results are far better than the figures for other communities in California... 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