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Cloverdale, California
December 3, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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December 3, 1980

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. o Inquiring Photographer What is this thing called love? DIANE DOBLE, sales, Lampson's, Geyserville: You've got to be kidding. Well, I guess it's wanting to give, to share; viewing the freshness of a child's face; enjoying the goodness of the Lord. PAM WILSON, Avon representative: It must be bringing Avon products to friends in Cloverdale, and seeing how pleased they are with them. GEORGE O. ANDERSON, Sciaini Hardware's friendly hardware man: This thing called love is Elisabeth, my wife. RAY DALY, owner of Ray's Meats- Excitement ! If you need anymore than that you're in trouble. MIKE JOHNSON, salesman for Bradshaw, Inc., Food Broker: I could get philosophical, comical, or even light hearted. I could spend an hour covering the whole spectrum of possibilities about this thing called love. GEORGE BULLER, teacher, Seventh-day Adventist School: There are several kinds of love. Love for our country, ! love for our families, love for God. True love is a decision that we make. George Bull er George O. Anderson ping" experience In our second in a series of arlicles about unusual occupations in the . Cloverdale area, we came i.Jii upon the out-of-!he-ordinary  j o b bel o n g i n g i / lo Donna Silva who is a , cuslodian at the Cloverdale J" ..... High School District Office. Donna is 19 years old, single and finds a great deal of satisfaction working around l eenagers. She is rdale Family Service V. BLACK Family like to that we up Basket Let us know if family, or household in for the to distribute did last year, clo!hing if we Department for ' good toys, not there if very for repairs. m good Bertha or Elsie We do NOT adult Can use sturdy tehool clothes, clothes, jackets please, condition time to work the daughter of Charlie and Francis Silva of Clover- dale and has been here all of her life. l)nna puls in 8 hours a day as cuslodian and works from 12:30 p.m. un!il 9 p.m. cleaning Jhe classrooms and halls of the high school, ihe confinuation school, the offices and library. She has worked at her present position for four months, but had o!her custodian jobs at Bank of America and !he Firs! National Bank before thai. Ms. Silva is his week's candidate for the television show premiering this season called "That's My Line," staring Bob Barker. The Cloverdale Reveille and the Chamber of C, mmerce would like to hear of any oher unusual occupations ha may be submilled in :he conJinu.lg series of interviews. Call Vivian at 894-2862 or Janice at 894- 3339. Lye spiare let us will surely I for them as Things people, prices the and we are all get worse before the times improve, your generous Thank you, Cloverdale, for- over the years. kindness A ..................... ............... w ...... Q Mike Johnson The annual C.H.S. to be presented By SUE MILLS CHS Crier Correspondent The Drama class, at the Cloverdale High School, cordially invites the com- munity to view the presentation of the annual school play, on Saturday, December 6, 1980, at 8 p.m., in the Citrus Fair Auditorium. The play chosen for this year is entitled "UTBU (Unhealthy to be Un- pleasant). This comedy story is about a once- famous actor, J. Francis Amber, whose career has rapidly gone down hill and left him living in a not-so- elegant apartment with his mother, niece, and housekeeper. The "UTBU" organization whose main purpose is !o keep the world free of corruption, choose J. Francisco Amber as the next recipient of their "surprise award." Wednesday, December 3, 1980- Page 5 play The cast [s made up of ten high school students They are: David Pawlan, Sarah Allen, Don Sibert, Richard King, Carol Ballard, Elene Zagorites, Larena Mull!us, Dale Wilson, Sue Mills, and Carl Howard. The play is directed by Mr. Keith Barnhart, the drama teacher at Cloverdale High. After many long hours of practice, the cast finally fells confident in them- selves and their acting. They have been- working hard at learning their lines, and have been kept busy getting the props needed to influence the plot of the play. The outlook on the play is good and predictions are of a spectacular performance. "Come one, come all!" December 6 is the night. The drama class would greatly appreciate the support of the community. The play is being put on for free but donations will be accepted. RAND P00:NIN Friday and Saturday, December 5&6 Joe & Carolyn PARDINI -:" .! " .;. S formerly GiovonnettJ's Sport Shop Jim and Sondra, Carolyn and Joe, have written this letter to let you know That our new "'SPORTSWORLD'" is opening it's doors On December 5th and 6th the "Eagles" will soar We welcome you to look around where gifts and sporting goods will abound The kids come first, their gloves and bats, Eagle shirts, jackets, sweat suits aitd caps, Jim & Sondra WIRT 5%0 All NEW Hardbound & Paperbac Books! Tennis shoes, basketballs, arrows & bows horseshoes and frisbees to stay on your toes You'll get good advice on archery and guns, tackle and poles and when the fish run Camping, backpacking, sleeping bags toe AND IF WE DON'T HAVE IT WE'LL GET IT FOR YOUI!! Come in for your license for salmon or buck, charter boat ino., trap shooting or duck We'll gift wrap your purchase, it won't be hard to find an unusual sports greeting card So come in to our store for the bigCELE BRATION You may win a gift for your next VACATION! ! ! 105 E. First St. Cloverdale 2s N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2014 Eagles Sportsworld GRAND OPENING Drawing Entry Form Name _ Address  Phone I I 1 Stop By & Register to -- Win One of Our Gift Certificates ! - Pilgrim SpOrt world Books