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Page 6 - Wednesday, November 26, 1980 KEEP SMILING A couple of years ago, James H. O&apos;Donnell (Yumpin Yiminy Yimy of Box 182 Mendocino, CA) spent nearly a year in a hospital. No one (not a one) thought he would come out of that hospital alive, but Jimmy will be celebrating his 92rid birthday on February 4, 1981, andhis message to the world is. "Keep smiling, no matter what happens, keep smiling !" LOOKING GOOD According lo some, there are three stages of life. Young, middle age and "Gee, you're looking good!" REVERSED Fear does strange things, does it not? According to a TV news report way-out-left Norman (All In The Family) Lear is making plans to organize against the so called moral majority. I donq have answers because Idon't know where the world is going...bu[ I would hope the "moral majority" simply means the pendulum will be swinging the other way for awhile. Withoul force, if left alone, people have a way of working oul their problems. Liberalism has had forty years to work on the country's problems, now it's time to try another way. Neither party can nor will "work" without the understanding and cooperation of its peoples. People are the government. Organized force or political power is not the answer. Live and let live might be. INCENTIVE Accepting a $800 per month disability check made the young handicapped man feel like less than a human being. Taking the money offered no incentive or challenge. He returned the last check he received to the proper authorities and has asked that they not send any more. The young man has taken full responsibility for himself and is now "making it" on his own. For some, welfare is not the best fare. DISCRIMINATION It is said that government cannot legislate morality because that would be discriminating against the rights of others. Government does legalize immorality and calls it freedom of choice. MONDAY NIGHT What a thrill it was hearing Howard Cossell tell about Jerry Robinson who saved a fumble and ran it for a touchdown for the Philadelphia Eagles. We heard it on Monday night football. Jerry is a former Cardinal Newman High School (Santa Rosa) all-star athlete who has a bright and shining career ahead of him in professional football. He is also a friend and we are "busting our buttons" with pride. You will never meet a nicer, more thoughtful person. Just ask the kids from Cloverdale who went to school with him. 7Manzanita Manor Musings By JAN FREEMAN Have you ever done this? I have, so I must be getting Have youeverconsidered old (or under a lot of what. "time" is? We con- pressure!). Which brings sider time according to our me to my announcement. life span and our ability to Beginning December 1 operate withirr a given and going through January period - moments, hours, 31, I will be on leave of days, etc. Perhaps we are absence from the hospital to haphazard in the planning restore some lost time, of our moments but nevertheless, we all operate within a cerain time frame. Unfortunately, there are lhose to whom time has no more meaning. Days blend into nights and again to days with the only thing to look forward to is eating and sleeping. Sometimes, this can cause a loss of time for long periods, sort of a "Rip Van Winkle" situation. This especially happens as we get older, are chronically or even mildly ill, or in the case of younger people, under a lot of pressure m several areas of our lives. It results in a need for someone to help restore the lost period of events within a given frame. For instance, have you ever noiced that Grandpa or Grandma or Uncle Ed and Aunt Alice repeat the same stories over and over again about what they did "back when," only to realize that they can't remember whal happend 6 months ago, last week or even yesterday? menmry, etc., in my family and life. I hate to leave at Christmastime, but I will have someone here in my place to be Aclivity Coor- dinalor and she will carry on with the things thai need doing. Glori Plitt-Croom will be here Monday through Friday to keep 1he programs going, plan the decorating party, Christmas caroling and all thai pertains to the holiday season. I know I can count on all of you to support and help her while I'm gone to make this a special Chrislmas for the palients. One" last reminder of the Thanksgiving banquet, Thursday, Novmber 27, at 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. I'm looking forward to seeing you lhere. Also, Saturday, December 6, is the Flea Markel and we need lots of goodies for our Volunteer Auxiliary table. Give me a call! God bless you all and I'll see you February 2. Orange Blossom Garden Club News By DOLLY SEMANSK! Our November 3 meeting was opened with a very delicious Thanksgiving dinner. Our president cooked the turkey, and the rest of the members brought all that goes with it. It was very delicious. After Ihe dinner we cant inued with the meeting. We had as our guest speaker Bob Thompson, who is a professional gardner having gradualed and worked as a horticulturist at Santa Rosa JC. He sopke on winterizing I he garden and also had a quesl ion and answer session. Thanks to Bob we all learned many things we didnq know beh)re. I1 was w,ted lhal each member give one dollar inslead of buying a gift for each other. This and whatever lhe club donales will go lo Family Services for Ihe needy for Christmas. Gladys Erickson broughl as her guest Clarice Rich and Anita Mitchell brought Mary Leupp. Both guesls joined our club as members: Hope you're feeling beller I.,ou, we missed you. Hope you can be with us at our Chrfstmas meeting. All members were asked to bring a 10 cent gift and a card they made themselves. There are things lhal sell for a dime yet, believe it or not. Hope to see youall al our December I meeting. American Legion Auxiliary William Russell Ledford Unit 293 By DENA GAMBETTA In spite of many deterrants and set backs, lhe visil of Lois Jean Harrison, fiflh district president, to William Russell Ledford Unit 293, American Legion Auxiliary on last Wednesday, was deemed a tremendous success. The evening slarted al 7:30 sharp with the serving of delicious homemade cheesecake (made by Ruby Vadon, Elsie Karr, Theresa Tollini and Dena Gain- be1 la), coffee and punch. The lables were beautifully decoraled with single yellow roses in vases. The red, white and blue slreamers down the center wUh little red poppies in- lerspersed along Ihe center of Ihe !able, individual lace placemais, and yellow napkins, made this faction of the evening eye appealing and tasty as well. A: 8 p.m., our unit presidenJ opened the general meeling, with the usual opening ceremonies, and hen called on Paqline Chase. distinguished guest chairman, Io do Ihe honors of introducing the special gues. Inlroduced for a bow were Henriella Ruppert, fir: h dis, rict musician. Dena Gambella, fiflh didiricl public relations chairman, and Maud Silva, he president of lhe VFW Ray Zitleman Auxiliary. The auxiliary Juniors, composed of Jennifer Logic, Angela Thompson, Kim Hialt, Annie Flynn, Michelle Hiat, Tammy Kaserman, Karen Lyle, Sandra Bolkin and Elsie Domenichelli, were then presented Io ac as the honor guard for lhe district presidew's escort. The Juniors were dressed in farmer's clothing depicting the theme of the district presidenl, which is Jean's Yellow Roses. As I he president was escorted hrough Ihe line he Juniors gave her a special salule. Af=er 1he reliremenl of he Juniors, hey again came in single file, and presented to the president a cup ,,f yelh,w hhlmde r,ses, which were madt%by June Zanzi. our very *alented member. The meeting then was recessed for initiation of new members. Taking part in lhe initiation team was Dena Gambetta. Leahona Harper, Claudia Reck, Rene Ferrari, Ellie Flynn, and 1he district president who gave fhe charge. The lovely candlelight ceremony was used which impressed everyone, even hose who had witnessed il many imes. Three new members were initiated into the auxiliary. Zelma Bell, Martha Gobielle and Jen- nifer Lagle, our new Junior. Congratulations to all of you, and we are happy to have you with us. Again, June Zanzi made 1he lovely poppy corsages for the initiates, and for the dignitaries. Special reporls were given by all chairmen, after which Ihe dislricl president spoke. She said l hat since .ur unil was Ihe lop unil in :he district and carries out all programs, and is the only unil thus far to make membership goal. she made up a poet ic poem. and which :he auxiliary does for the c-mmunily, slale and nal ion. She hen presented Elsie Karr, membership chair- man. wih a special golden apple award, for being the uni: membership chairman and reaching goal. Elsie hen announceed ha a new member has been senl into deparl men which makes us goal plus one. which enl tiles us o he airplane award. Lee Silvers, our own unit president, lhen presented :he districl presidenl with a beautiful Philippine purse wilh lovely yellow roses on i, and a monetary gift enclosed. The purse was beaul ifully made by Theresa Tollini. Ruby Vadon, one of our charter members was presenl, and she won the $10 kiy award. A goodly number of members were present, the largest we've baa m a long time, so he evening ended with good fellowship, and was a great success and will be long remembered. Luella Lampson, our leadership chairman, is urging all members to sign up for the Anmrican Legion Auxiliary Extension Course that is being offered for the ffirst time, and which we are Iplanning to start in January. Some of the members that don't have an opporlunily to come to meetings, if you would like to join us in the study of the auxiliary call Elsie Karr for an application so a discount rate 0 I or address, unit membership to her. Theresa T rehabilitation asking every contribute to the Christmas Baskei leave your Town and Dilley Associate give them Theresa. Make elses Christmas one by sharing blessings ! Dr. Edward F. Johnson CHIROPRACTOR * Personal Injury . 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