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Page 4 - Wednesday, Nobember 5, 1980 I t /  .... ,i Corn rn un it y Life it I I i Hallow in years n quietest Employees of First National Bank show off their creative llalloween costumes. Photos by Bob Trusler, Green Thumb Garden Club The October meeting of the Green Thumb Garden Club was held in the home of Muriel Lumry. There was some i discussion of the Citrus Fair , 'theme "Return of the Old 'West" (pre-1900). Garden exhibits will honor this theme, in 1981. Each member is to bring m a report on what this theme brings to mind, for discussion at the November meeting, so "plans can be started. An excellent presentation of pictures of the Vienna band tour was shown by Winnie Connolly. Members said it was a most enjoyable evening, and truly rewarding feeling to have been a part of such an un- dertaking. The owner and employeel of the "Natural Look" on West First Street dressed in Halloween costumes and gave out lollipops to their customers and trick-or-treaters. II I I Loca! artists to have "Chr,stmas Show and Sale By NANCY BURRES treat - Jim Whetstone's There will be ap- beautiful wall clocks. Also, proximately 20 artist new this year will be Don showing and selling their Parker's original and art and crafts. The colorful stained glass art Cloverdale Art Corn- work. His work was voted mission's Christmas Show the most popular in the last and Sale will be Saturday, Art Commission's Annual November 15, 10 a.m. to 5 Art and Craft Exhibit. p.m. at the Citrus Fair Tea Room. / Marie Sparks and Robin Kelly will both have a table Many local artists such full of their delightful as Nancy Buttes, Louise ceramics. Jody BorgnawiU Johnson, Ginl Pardlm, be showing her beautiful Gladys Young, Ann Gillus, quilted and sewn items. eic. witlbe there with their Therewill be much more, printings. These are all too much to write about. talented, local artists who do beautiful oil and water color paintings. These Oh, I almost forgot Ruth paintings would make a Huddle, Bonnie Doolan and lasting original gift this Thelma Heaton will be Christmas time. Ann Grist there, too! Don't miss their will be there with her beautiful hand-painted colorful, hand-crafted locks, boxes, placques, jewelry. Don't miss a new really cute Christmas I II I I II I items; etc. What talent! For a small town, Cloverdale has a lot of talented people ! Also, I understand Santa might come if he has time. If he does come he will be giving homemade cookies to all the children. The local artists will also be showing their talent again this year in baking homemade cookies, cakes, pies, Christmas breads, candy, jellies, etc. These donated goodies will be on sale to raise money for the Art Commission. Well, Christmas will be here before we realize it, so don't miss a chance to shop in town and help support Cloverdale's fine artists. I AARP to hear about hospitals On Thursday, November 6, AARP members of Cloverdale chapter will meet in the Veterans Memorial Building at 1:30 p.m. Our program chair- man O, ";e Malm- strom, plm.  present a speaker front the District Hospital Board. We will hear about how this Board operates and makes decisions about available funds. Knowledge of our hospitals is essential to all of us. Our group will elect new officers for 1981 and corn- plete plans for the Christ- mas party in December. Plan to attend on Thur- sday to learn more' about our local chapter of American Association of Retired Persons. Refresh- ments will be served. Rghts Inflation Reduces Rates for Homeowners & Farmowners Insurance Call Me For a Quote ton Ropp Resident Agent 894-3631 (AL-FARM NSURANCE COMPANY Friday night, the "'Mischief Night". came and went quietly in Cloverdale without any significant destructive pranks, according to Cloverdale Police Depart- ment. "It was the quietest Halloween in the six years I've been on the Cloverdale force." Officer Larry Pina said. "I've.never seen it like this before. Maybe it's an indication. The Cloverdale High School Varsity and JV's football games played at home kept most of the older youths busy. The younger children evidently were content with the exciting Halloween fun an en- tertainment provided for Ihem a! Jefferson and Washington Schools. Owrrers and employees of most of the local places of business joined in the . .  -, ,, (Jtta Johnson was the winner in the First National Bank Employees' Pumpkin Con- test. Photos by Bob Trusler. Halloween spirit by wearing every kind of costume imaginable, including, of course, monsters, witches and clowns. There even was a gorilla serving breakfast and lunch at the Kalico Kitchen and one of the mail delivery girls you could have sworn was the real Shirley Temple, until she began singing "On the Good Ship Lollipop," from her blue jeep mail truck. \\; A gorilla served breakfast on Halloween at the Kalico Kitchen. GONE TOMORROW! Mail delivery girl Lillian Costa, as Shirley mail to Barbara Chandler. who was dressed UI costume of a cranky old dowager. Dr. Edward F Johnson CHIROPRACTOR * Personal Injury . Full Spine * Insurance Cases ,. Phisi TheraP Workmen's Comp. Applied Medicare Nutrition 109 S." Main St., Cl, For Appointment Call 894-3608 Office Hours: Nn.-Fri. 9-6 Sat HERE TODAY... Reveille Classified Ads Phone 894-3339 Let us help you describe the item or items you have for sale. You'll like the quick response from our readers. That's the way it is when you advertise "good merchandise for sate in Classified!