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November 26, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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Page 4 - Wednesday, November 26, 1980 Corn rn u n l t y Life Pellegrinis attend Carpet convention Chamber Chatter By VIVIAN WEER OK GANG: The Chamber is privileged to welcome Paul Erdman to our next membership meeting which will be held at Juliana's on December 10. You have no idea how many months it has taken to find a night free with this famous author ! Since the suggestion was ready was made way back in spring by our former president Diane Doble, Chamber Chatter has been calling his ranch in Healdsburg trying to make a date. He finally gave in, and I bet you will enjoy... Remember, reservations are a must. Call me. COME FLY WITH ME: My brother is a nut with an outrageous sense of humor. I telephoned him yesterday, and in the course of the conversation, I said it is going to rain, there are flys on my window. My brother said that he also had a number of flys on his window, including one very interesting one which plays dead when he gets out the fly swatter. He said that it tucks it's little wings under and moves not a speck. My brother said that he so admired the little fellow's courage and genious that he has let it stay for a week. I reminded my brother of a little known fact. That is that the average life expectancy of a house fly was only four days. We agreed that he not only had a clever fly, but a senior citizen, yet ! And with my trusty "nose for news" I suddenly sniffed a story here. i told my brother I would call Janice at the Reveille and she could come and take a picture to go with this interview. However, I had just hung up the phone to he Reveille when my brother called back desperately. "I opened the door and it flew away," he lamented. "So you had better cancel the photographer." "Which way did he go?" I asked. "I think he was going to Calistoga," said my brother, sadly. So I reported the news back to Janice Corey. I think I noted a it of dissappointment in her voice. I suggested that perhaps my brother could scotch tape one of the more unfortunate flys to his window. But somehow, it wouldn't seem the same, so we all went about our business and forgot the whole thing. Until! Later in the evening, I received a call from Janice. "Your doggone fly didn't go to Calistoga after all, it's right here in my kitchen ! Now, isn't it a small world? OTHER IMPORTANT THINGS: (Remember, ff you didn't read it here, it didn't happen.) Welcome to the Chamber Lloyd Buckingham, Bulldozing...Joe Bowman has been ap- pointed to chairman this year's (next year's?) Citrus Fair Parade and we are happy about that ! Remember, this parade falls on Valentine's Day. Don't you just LOVE it? We stopped in after a meeting the other night to see what was going on at the new "Eagle's Sportsworld" and found Joe Pardini way up a ladder where he and a crew were spray painting the interior. Watch for more announcements on the opening...ciming soon. You t-shirt freaks are in for a pleasant surprise ! ALAS, AT LAST: By the time you read this the weather will be "for the birds" so I have to tell you my turkey joke which I print here every year. (Hang in there.) H April Showers bring May flowers, what do May flowers bring? Answer: Pilgrims. Well, if you're tired of it, send me a new one... Have a Happy! Sounds of Christmas Dec. 3 By IVEA OTTO the new Cloverdale Library. Steve Connally will open the Christmas season for the Woman's Im- provement Club with a Christmas concert on December 3. Come and hear "The Glorious Sounds of Christmas," by a group chosen by Mr. Connally. They will start at 1 p.m. at Members please remember the Flea Market is December 6 and also the pecans, cook books and dish cloths will be for sale. Officers, members and interested friends are reminded of the business meeting Monday, December 1, at 1 p.m. to be held in the Forum Room also at the library. Window Fashions by Marylynn Amann and.Jim Vlasak 'Brother Sister team SELECTION COLOR Now thai you have decided on the right color combination Ihat is righl for you...you must decide what balance of lhese colors you want. Say the colors you decided on are brown...rusi...and champagne. Do you want a strong...bold effecl or a soft one? Is the room small, or iarge?...Do you have small children or pets?...Do you [e to change {he accent colors of your decor often?...Do you plan to remain in your home for some time, or might, you be decorating it with the idea of selling it in six months? Do you prefer a lot of pattern or a quieter effect? All [hese questions must be answered in order to choose he main or larger color for your room. Next week we will lie all these consideralions together and show you how to achieve your desired effect. Of course, we can't cover all .lhe areas of window treatment in this column. Every situation is different and indivi’lual. This is why you will be further ahead in Ihe long run...if you will come in and let us advise you or give us a call for an appointment. V% 1" l ", •  k" Cloverdale Cabinet & Linoleum 119 N. CI0verdale Blvd. 894-2334 ---- Inquiring Photographer.---.. What does Thanksgiving mean to you? CAROL RAINWATER, secretary to Superintendent of Cloverdale School District: Thanksgiving to me is a happy time because the family is together. It also means lots of good food, homemade by my mother. EVELYN PEROTTI, bookkeeper for Cloverdale School district: This year Thanksgiving will be very special. I'm going to Grand Junction, Colorado, for my niece's wedding and because the family will all be together. Evelyn Perotti Rellie Galliani RELLIE GALLIANI, Cloverdale High School senior: It means a time to get together with old friends and share memories, and a time to be thankful for the happiness you've had. KELLY EDGAR, senior at Cloverdale High School: Thanksgiving means a time to be thankful for the many things you have, knowing that God provided them for you. It's a time to be thankful especially for your family and friends. CONNIE SEYMOUR, homemaker: Thanksgiving means being thankful for living in Cloverdale, California's own cornucopia. LORA VIGNE, proprietress of Isis Oasis Country Inn, Geyserville: Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday because it is not a commercial one -- it's strictly an American holiday, a wonderful time to feel the change of the season and to gather together with your friends and family to partake of a festive dinner. Richard and anita Pellegrini, with Red Carpet in Cloverdale have just returned from South Lake Tahoe after attending "What's Working for You? ?" the annual northern Calif0rn Red Carpet Broker-Manager Con- vent ion. Northern California Red Carpet professionals met at Harrah's. South Lake Tahoe October 30 to November 1. The convention theme was "What's Working For You??" which dealt with the programs and systems that are being utilized successfully by Red Carpet brokers. The educational forums at the convention were con- ducted by Red Carpet brokers and managers throughout the Northern California Region and dealt with Ihe areas of Diver- sifying Your Business, Recruiting and Retention, Training, Marketing and an Open Forum. Dr. Clyde Keller, National Director of Education and Training for Red Carpet corporation, conducted a lively and humorous sur- vival exercise for con- vention participants. One of the highlights of the convention was a presentation by the March of Dimes and te appearance of Marco Cordova, California, state poster child for the March of Dimes. Some 15,000 Red Carpet sales people coast to coast will soon be campaigning in their communities for the Mothers March in January and the April Walk America program. Richard Pellegrini said, "Red Carpet is involved because we owe it to our communities and we owe it to our nation's future to make sure birth defects are eliminated. The March of Dimes defeated polio, so we know its leadership can effectively win this battle, [OO." [:ted Carpet Corporation, headquartered i Creek, the concept of real estate chising in organization 1,400 offices, Gran= Card Pa The Novemberi will be held Noveml Grange Hall in Pedro, Pinochle are the be played galore. be served. Then Donation is $1. Hi Again. This is Diane Doble, Looking forward to finding just the right vehicle for you at LAMPSON'S Geyserville Starting Dec. 4 r ;/ Kelly Edgar Carol Rainwater Connie Seymour Lora Vigne Gathering for Brian Kahn planned for Dec. 6 A "Gathering for Brian Kahn" honoring his five years of service on the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors will be held on Friday, December 5, 1980, at the Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Building. No host cocktails will be erved at 6:30 p.m. followed at 7:30 by a banquet dinner catered by the Oakmont Inn. The evening program will be hosted by Monsignor John O'Hare and will hilite Supervisor Kahn's years on the Board of Supervisors. Special invited quests in- clude Assemblyman Doug Bosco, Sheriff Roger Mc- Dermott, Supervisor Helen Rudee, noted en- vironmentalists Dr. Brad Lundborg, and People for Economic Opportunity Director Eddie Mae Sloan. Banquet reservations are $25 and should be made in advance by mail. Reser- vation checks are payable to "Friends of Brian Kahn, P. O. BOx 1398, Santa Rosa, CA 95402." 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