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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, DEC• 2, 2009 -- Page 9 Trivia Test: • Cloverdale Arts Alliance presents "Holiday Festi- val," Wednesday, Nov. 18 through Sunday, Jan. 3. at the First Street Gallery, 105 E• First St. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. • Cloverdale Kiwanis Crab and Pasta Feed Saturday, Dec. 5, 6 p.m. at the Citrus Fairgrounds Auditorium. Tickets are $45 and are available from any Kiwanis member or at the Mail Center, Etc. Tickets are pre- sate only. • First annual Tree of Remembrance & Candle Light- ing Service, Wednesday, Dec. 9, 6:30 p.m. at Fred Young Funeral Home, 428 N. Cloverdale Blvd. • A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens and direct- ed by Jim de Priest, Dec. 11, 12, 18, 19 at 7 p.m. and Dec. 13 at 2 p.m. at the Ctoverdate Performing Arts Center, located on the comer of Commercial and W. First St. • Healdsburg Community Band Holiday Concert Fri' day, Dec. 11, 7:30 p.m. atthe Citrus Fairgrounds. • New Year's Eve dinner and dance to support the Ctoverdate Canine Alliance, which is raising money for a second K-9 Police Dog for the CIoverdale Police Department. Thursday, Dec. 31. Mark your calendars! • Cloverdale Lions Club 7th annual "All You Can Eat" Crab Feed Saturday, Jan. 30, at the Cloverdale Vet's Hall. Tickets are $40 per person. No host cock- tails begin at 6 p.m. and dinner is served at 7 p.m. Seating is limited to get your tickets early. For more into contact Chris at 894-8521 or Jerry at 894-8919. The Spats by Jeff Pickering (T~tlFYoOCt~TSM ~0m~-Y~ll ~ II ( WoW, TK~T'~A R~L~"~I IN&NICE DORT{,A'(I I1~ II g ~ ,~1 I II By Fifi Rodriguez 1. GEOGRAPHY: Where is the Kenai Peninsula? 2. MEDICINE: What human organ is affected by Bright's Disease? 3. FAMOUS QUOTATIONS: Who once said, "Man is by nature a po- litical animal"? 4• MOVIES: What famous 1960s movie featured the character Ben- jamin Braddock? 5. COLLEGE TEAMS: What is the nickname for the University of Minnesota sports teams? 6. TELEVISION: What kind of pets did Bert own on the children's show "Sesame Street"? 7. FOOD & DRINK: What kind of vegetables are known as capsi- cums? 8. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: Who was the founder of the Salvation Army? 9. AD SLOGANS: What brand of de- tergent touted its effectiveness against "ring around the collar"? 10. ANIMAL KINGDOM: How many quills does' an adult porcu- pine have? Answers: 1. Southern Alaska 2. Kidneys 3. Aristotle 4. "The Gradu- ate" 5. Golden Gophers 6. Goldfish 7. Peppers 8. William Booth 9, Wisk 10.30,000 (c) 2009 King Features Synd., Inc. Crossword answers: IDEA E TEAK IIi E MA~E E ICON E SHAD R ~ M H ACME SORE H The Mitchells were a well-known family in early Cloverdale. They owned one of the oldest still existing buildings in Cloverdale at 117 N. Blvd, that they purchased in 1865• PiCtured is EdnaMitchell, who along with her:;filusb:a~G Thomas, ran a restau- rant at:~i~6:::6~i:a:i~ng:i#em::~ 927 until 1945. Thomas Mitchell, 21. An early resident of Cloverdale. Photos provided by the Cloverdale Historical Society, 215 N. Cloverdale Blvd. BUSINESSES COMPLETE SELECTION OF: • Top Soil • Soil Amendments • Organic Materials • Redwood & Fir Bark • Road Base • Colored Rock • Field Stone & Flag Stone • Planting Mix • Sand & Gravel 1 YARD CART ' AWAY CONCRETE AVAILABLE WE DELIVER LARGE OR SMALL LOADS/ OPEN MON.-SAT. 8 AM-5 PM Precision CLOVER ALARM BURGLAR ALARMS FIRE ALARMS Rick Gurries LIC. # 267621 CCTV SYSTEMS ACO 5390 CENTRAL STATInN MDNITDRING 5D Industrial Drive, Cloverdale ,. (TDT)DB4-3531 FAX (TgT)DB4-2113 • eloveralarml~eomcast.net CROWN CARPET Carpet, Furniture, Tile & Grout Cleaning COMPETITIVE PRICING WITHOUT COMPROMISING QUALITY Local Family Owned and Operated I Joe H0dge Dave H0dge . Han~man se~ices 707.894.4991 , Repairs , Janitorial Cell: 291-9231 £'1 g VEIBOAL E AskAbout Custom Window Covenngs Loeallg owned & operated Wednesday - Senior Discount Day Monday - Friday 8am to 4:30pm. Saturday 8am - 4pm 707-894-9267 • 60 B Commerce Ln. C. Lopez Yard Maintenance 707.545.9234 • 707.217.2705 ronwhittakerconstruction@yahoo.com Bill Fenner Roofing Phone/Fax 707-485-7126 California State License #716481 & Lathes & Milling Machines CNC's Free Estimates • Fast Service 894-4553 597 Santana Dr. Suite A ARROW GLASS Steve Denison 433-4860 • Fax 433-3102 16039 #E Healdsburg Ave. Healdsburg, CA 95448 CA Lic# 646000 LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE 894-5267 ~L~VEI~DALE RICK GILBERT "~ ~'~'~ OWNER Locally Owned and Operated Since 1994 Yard • Landscape • Installation Pruning • Clean-up • Maintenance Landscape Design Free Estimates • Lic# 845571 MPIRE STORAGE HOUSEHOLD * BUSINESS RV • BOAT 894-31 OO 120 8ANDHoLM LANE, CLOvERDALE Strange but true: SERVICES By Samantha ],Veaver • It was American actress and dancer Charlotte JIM'S AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALISTS. COMPLETE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR On all Foreign & Domestic ...... CARS & TRUCKS (707)857-3790 21310 Redwood Hwy.-Geyserville Cloverdale Eagle Tech. Collision & Towing HANDY HATCHER - Owner Phone (707) 894-3977 FAX # (707) 894-3733 Cell (707) 280-6769 208 N. Cloverdale Blvd. .............. Cloverdale. CA 95425 COVER TO COVER BOOKS BOOKS • MAGAZINES • CDs 124 S. Cloverdale Blvd. (Inside Antiques & Uniques) Hours: Tuesday- Saturday 10-6 894-4556 JULES STOVE and CHIMNEY WORKS Damper Repairs & Spark Arresters Artistic Installation Woodstove Inserts Relining - Masonry Work Chimney Cleaning fi:L_~_~. Julesstovechminey@hotmail.com Jules Yolper 10% Senior Citizen Discount (707) 894-2110 Roll Whittaker General Contractor Lie. 878815 Residential • Remodels • Decks • Fences Kitchen • Bath • Concrete Stamping & Coloring 669-4334 office • 391-6065 cell • i i•[i i i] ii ii ......... i--i ............ i--'i ........... I Greenwood who made the following sage observa- tion: "Temperament is that is too old to )" temper spank." • If you happen to own a Rolls Royce and want to BY swank it up a little bit, a ['r c~~d mink jacket to fit the y Brook hood ornament is avail-. Winter Foods able for purchase. Are you ready for the cold • San Francisco's iconic v~nter temps? Some high-fat cable cars are the only foods to have on hand are: mobile national monu- 1. Unsalted, shelled peanuts. ment in the United 2. Suet cakes or nuggets. 3. Black oil sunflo\~.e~ seed. States. Don't forget heated btrdbaths. • You might be surprised too. to learn that, according ~ maih birding, bils@,~.r ........ @2009 King Features Syndicate, ~nc to the Guirmess Book of Records, the largest swimming pool in the world isn't found in one of the large industrialized nations as you might expect, but in the relatively small South American country of Chile. Built by a mesa- resort on the ocean, the pool covers 20 acres, is more than 1,000 yards long and holds a whopping 66 million gallons of water. Construction took five years and cost more than $1.5 billion, and the esti- mated annual maintenance cost is more than $3 million. • Those who study such things say that lightning trav- els at one-third the speed of light. • American comedian and actor Jack Benny originally entered the family business of haberdashery. How- ever, he was so bad at it that his own father fired him. • According to legend, it was shepherds in Ethiopia who first noticed the effects of caffeine. It seems that the goats they herded would become exceedingly frisky after eating the berries of the coffee plant. • In order to come up with the cash to start Apple Computers, Stephen Wozniak sold his programma- ble calculator and Steve Jobs sold his Volkswagen microbus. • An experienced florist will never put daffodils in a bouquet; the flower is toxic to other blooms. 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