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December 3, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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December 3, 1980

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Page 4 - Wednesday, December 3, 1980 ity F Cornrn0000n ,00Ite St. Peter's Christmas Faire a huge success Mrs. Harry Valentine, general chairman of the 7th Annual Christmas Faire at St. Peter's held on Friday, November 21, reported that this was another great event with one of the largest at- tendances the Faire has ever had. ,+ i 3 Mrs. Del Sarto helped Dina Giovannetti, chairman of the delicious buffet Christmas Faire. The delicious buffet was in charge of Mrs. A. Giovannetti. The hall, under the direction of Mrs. Antone (Bab) Zanzi, was beautifully decked with pine bows, a tree and Christmas decorations. Mrs. Zanzi also worked with Harry Valentine in the wood booth creating many new items. Mrs. Frank DeGeorge; boutique booth by Barbara Ciatti and Ollie Bandiera; George Stand and Jack Hiatt helped to serve the champagen. Gertrude Valentine, second from right, is shown with members of her committee, June Zanzi, Harry Valentine, and lonek Pellegrini. Photos by Janice Corey. J Chamber Chatter [ By VIVIAN WEER GREETINGS: From "The Big Orange" (Or, would you believe the "Big Grape?") Cloverdale's answer to the Big Apple of course. I believe it was the late Fred Allen who said, "California is a great place to live if you happen to be an orange." 'Tis certainly true in Cloverdale, right? Heartsover course offered The Country Store booth was handled by Mrs. Shel Hiatt; Flower-plant booth by Mrs. R. L. (Bud) Hixson; ICF Fancy Work booth by The ladies of St. Mary's Guild of Asti had a booth of baked goods. Mrs. AI Gambetta was the lovely hostess again for the eveqing. THINGS I LIKE: Harry Martinelli's vineyard which portrays a magnificent view from my penthouse and to most of the folks who reside on Clover Crest and Imperial Drive. It looks like he sweeps it clean each morning. What a postcard that would make! And seeing Mr. and Mrs. Walt Mills dancing to "their" song, "Kiss An Angel Good Morning." And spending the first meaningful Thanksgiving with Christopher, my grandson. LOOSE ENDS: (Or, things I would like to stop thinking about.) My brother says he has never received so much at- tention about his fly before. (If you didn't read last week's column, just forget it.) Do short Klansmen use twin sized sheets? Is there a place in the world of commercials to say, "We will sell no salad dressing before its time." And, why is it I have never lost my luggage? As a matter of fact, sometimes my luggage gets there and I don't. Think about that. SERIOUSLY: For gosh sakes, don't forget to make your reservations for the General Membership dinner meeting scheduled for December 10. Paul Erdman, noted author, is the program and the chairman (woman?) just advised that only 50 guests can be accommodated. The place is Juliana's and the menu is Prime Rib. Call 894-2862 for reservations. ONE QUARTER OF A MILLION!!! The two hundred and fiftieth thousandth visitor to the Tourist Center came in the form of a-famly...and a most delightful family at that. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lloyd and two children, who headquarter in Beverly Hills (Australia, yet! ) paid a visit to Cloverdale last week and signed the guest register on behalf of their destination to the "Down Under" country: HYSTERICALLY SPEAKING: Keep those cards and letters coming about the History of Cloverdale. They need all the help they can get,and wouldn't YOU reafiy Hke to make history? EXIT: Don't forget the flea market this weekend, and look :aroun'dfor some scratch. There's lotea goodies there. Santa Rosa Memorial H,spial will offer a special "Heartsaver Course to he general public on Wednesday. December 3. "the American Hear Ass,,cia ion approved Cardiopulmonary Resus- citation (CPR) Heartsaver Course is open to anyone age 12 and over. II includes information abow one person rescuer CPR echnique for adull, child, and baby; care of the ch,king viclim : s reng:hening he heart Mayor Jack Domenichelli congratulates Father Henry on the success of the St. Peter's Christmas Faire. Applications being accepted hrough heallhful living: and ge,:ing help in an to establish farmers' markets emergency si uaion. AI h.ugh CPR basic The Department of Food cer:ifica:ion will no, be and Agriculture's Direct earned, the course teaches each pacicipan' how . Marketing Program is begin emergency care in accepting applications for funding from nonprofit alm,,s any sima,ion, groups interested in establishing certified Classes are held in farmers' markets in low- 'Memorial Hospital's lower income, inner city areas. level conference room. The Inner City Certified l.ca ed in :he Eas* Wing. Farmers' Market Dev- fr,h 6 10 p.m. elopment Project (ICCFM- Regis=raiionisbymailonly.. DP) can provide up to $10,000 to help establish a Send name, address, market. ph,nenumber, and a Application forms and n-nrefundable $5 for detailed information are ma erials fee a least one available from the Direct week in advance of the class Marketing Program. :,: San:a Rosa Memorial Contact Janet Hughes on Hospital, Department of toll free 1-800-952-5272 for Educa:ion, Box 522, Santa 916-445-5294. Applications R-sa. Calif, rnia 95402. will be accepted until Women's,, Week Camp Rose Players to present Cinderella History The Camp Rose Players Ballachey as the handsome and Alice Oberti. are presenting Cinderella in Prince Charming the First, by Jane Settle, with music recewes the style of British Pan- and the Fairy Godmother's by Pat Alrich. Per- omime, where the female learn of elfin helpers, formance dates are national villains (stepmother and Elizabeth Green and Annika December 4, 5, 6, II, 12, 13, step-sisters) are played by Seltle,who make their debul 19, 29. All tickets are $4. in his show. Members of Advance reservations 707- the chorus are Kit Aldrich 433-4557, call after 5 p.m. f  1980, McNaught Syad.   .  >" ' attention March 8-14 has been celebrated as Women's History Week in Sonoma County for the past three years and as recently received a great deal of national attention. In 1981 Women's History Week observances will take place in many cities across the county, patterned on the on observance developed here in Sonoma Couqty. Many cities and several states have passed resolutions making Women'sHistory Week and official observance. Through the spons0rship of the Commission on the Status of Women and many other community groups, a Continued on page 19 men, in a fast-paced, slap- stick manner. This form of Pantomime has been a popular Holiday Tradition in England for many years, and is appropriate for the entire family. This production was first done by the Camp Rose Players in 1976, and is returning by popular demand. Jack Armstrong will recreate his memorable role as the step-mother. Fran Trouette will again appear as the lovely Fairy Godmother, Valerie Hayes as Ihe unforgetable Cin- derella, and Willie Am- berson as the very seasoned Darling the Third. New members of the cast include Larry Nees and Joe Trouetle as lhe "cap- ivaing" st ep-sisers, John available funds are Francisco are scheduled to exhausted, open in late spring, 1981. Certified farmers' markets in Sacramento, The markets give con- Eureka, and West Oakland sumers an opportunity to have bien established buy fresh, reasonably through the project. Two priced produce directly markets in the Los Angeles from the farmer without area and one in San having to leave the city. Window Fashions by N,arylynn Amann and Jim Vlasak Brother $T)ter tecln'l   MORE ABOUT SHEERS Saving you money is part of good decorating. There are many ways of doing this for a customer. One way is to incorporate sheers into the window decoe. Not only will this save you heating dollars, it will double or triple the life of your draperies. Sure, you want to be able to change your decor from time to time. But you don't want to be forced to replace your draperies before you are ready to redecorate, due to sun rot. Even without direct sun on a window, the damaging rays that rot your fabrics are present, functioning much as as a sunburn at the beach, wich occurs more quickly on a cloudy day that a sunny one. What about your interiors? Sheers will protect them and beautify tour windows much more. So, when you are thinking about new drapes, don't forget to think about built-in protection which sheers are for the room. Stop in today and talk over your decorating problems with US. Cloverdale Cabinet & Linoleum 119 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2334 - II Mrs. Harry Valentine, chairman of th Christmas Fair, is shown with Dena Gambet event. Toys for Kids campaign und Viacom Cablevision is working with various Sonoma County Community organitions in a Toys for Kids*campaign. From December I through the 23 Viacom will be collecting toys for needy children. In return for the toys Viacom is giving away cable TV and Showtime installations to thepeople within their area. In Petaluma. the Petaluma Coordinating Council will receive the toys. In company is the Association, Cloverdale distributed rlamily Center." lookin[[ group in He Further ,be obtzined Healdsburg 4427 or the at 763-2272. Famolare & Shoes for ss off selected sizes & s00;L" ] Table | l.,oll J, S s 109 E. First St, Cloverdale ere fo] ythi ;all 4. We ne(