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Page 14 - Wednesday, December 10, 1980 AmerJcan LegJon Orangq Blossom Garden Club William Russell Ledford Post 293 By FRANK OLLENA Tonight, Wednesday, December 10, the Post will hold its last regular meeting of the year at 7:30 p.m. in the Cloverdale Veterans Memorial Building. Commander Jack Durham sends out a call for all members to attend this very important meeting during which the final plans for me Kids' Christmas Party will be discussed. Commander Durham has received definite word from Santa Claus that he wll arrive in town on Sunday, December 14, at 1 p.m. Santa has made arrangements with Gary Murray, Cloverdale fh-eman, to be pieked up, driven around Cloverdale for several minutes and then taken to the veteans building to visit with his little friends. On hand at the building will be Orville Burnside and his Senior Citizens Syn- copators Band to play Christmas carols for th children and their parents and any other people who might want to enjoy an afternoon. Commander Durham noted that he would appreciate having all the assistance he can get to help Santa and the children. Also on the agenda will be the finalaization of the plans for the post members' Christmas party which will be for paid up members and their families. Arrangemens have been made for Mrs. Steve Con- nolly to present the pictures taken during the Cloverdale High School Band's trip to Vienna, Austria. The Post was the largest single contributor to the trip fund drive coming up with over $I,600, which put thedriver overthe top. The trip pic- tures will be shown during the January meeting. With the close of the year 1980, the curtain comes down on one of Post 293's most active years; and by the same token plans are already on the drawing board to make 1981 an even more eventful year for the American Legion in Cloverdale. Cloverdale's most active veterans organization hopes to have a Chorale group under the direction of Comrade Ray Gobiette soon after the first of the new year. Any organization wishing to hear the group sing is asked to make reservations early, we hope it Will be booked often. The William Russell Ledford Post has slowly, but steadily, been recognized by the Fifth District, the First Area, and theState Depart- ment officers. During the last meeting Gary Dennis, second vice commander of the Fifth District; Harry Dennis, past department commander, Fred Harrison, post commander of Post 179 San Anselmo were present. Fifth District Commander Howard enry and Past First Area Commander Joe Butts and their wives were some of the first to be serviced during the Veterans Day Breakfast held at the Veterans Building. Post 293 also has its own county, district and state officers. Comrade Charles Harper is now the senior vice commander of Department of California for the World .War I veterans and isexpected to become Department commander of the WWI this summer. Comrade Joseph Anello is curently first vice com- mander of the Sonoma County Council ; chairman of the Sonoma County Unted Veterans Council and Public Relations Officer of the Fifth District. On the local level Harper is the Post Chaplain and Anello is Adjutant and service of- ficer. The post also boasts four of hts members are also members of the 40 et 8 Sonoma County Voiture. Anyone who feels he might qualify to become a member of the largest veterans organizaton in the nation, in the state, in the county and in Cloverdale is asked to contact any member or be present at the beginning of the next meeting to be held on Wednesday, Decemer 10, at the Veterans Memorial Building. Calverts celebrate Golden Wedding anniversary Charles and Eunice Calvert celebrated their (]olden Wedding an- niversary on Saturday, November 15 at a reception in Cloverdale. The event was arranged by their children, John and his wife Carol from Grass Valley, Jim and his wife Pokey of Cloverdale and Frances and her husband Jerry Pates from Loomis. Attending the reception were 30 relatives from all over California and out of state, including Eunice's sister Polly Snyder from Fuilerton, her brother Rowland and Gobar and his wife from Auburn also Charles brother Chester and wife Nellie fromTopeka, Kansas. Their visit was a complete sur- prise to the Calverts since ,chester & Nellie have not visited California in 28 Charles and Eunice Calvert. I years. Also, present were many old friends from Auburn. Special ,guests were ill and Juanita Reed from Vidorville. The Reeds and Calverts have been close friends for all of their married lives The Calverts have three children, nine grand- children and two greatgrandchildren. Their two great grandchildren were born in 1980, also three grandchildren were married this year..' - The couple moved to Cloverdale in 1966 from Auburn and have lived on a ranch on Dutcher Creek Road for the past 14 years. They are active with the Cloverdale Farm Buraeau agd Charles is on the C[overdale Ram Sale Committee. Real Estate Advisor 'By ALLEN DAMEROW Broker Question: I've heard people talk about the tax icentives of property nership. Can you tell me exactly what these in- centives are? gnswer: Uncle Sam encourages real estate ownership by proving tax deductions for property owners. For the homeowner, these generally consist of deductions for property taxes and mortgage in- terest. Investors benefit by additional write-offs which include deductions for depreciation and certain types of repairs to the plmper.ty. i- -'/j)ue to the depreciation w'Tite-off, deductions can be made without any actual apital outlay, and his "paper loss" Can be used to shelter ordinary income as from salary, wages, and income from in- vtments. The specific allowable deductions vary with the property as well as either the financial status of the property owner. While a real estate agent is not in the tax ad'ice business, a frank discussion with your real estate agent will allow. him to prepare an In" vestment Analysis to' discuss with your tax ommltant. 4-H Happenings By ELSIE ROSE DOMENICHELLI The November 19 meeting of the Cloverdale 4-H Club was called to order by president Diane Ramos. Roll was taken, treasurers report was read and the minules of the October meeting were read. Community leader Mrs. Saulter, acknowledged the high point winners for 1979- 1980. To receive this award the members are judged on their participation both at meetings and projects and at fairs. When the members books are judged at the end of each year the par- ticipation is noted. Girl high poinl winner is Diane Ramps and Tam Titus is the runner up. Derek Domenichelli is the boys high point winner. Let,s have a Christmas party.' 11 was great to have Linda Singleton, Shannon Turner, Tish and Cindy Richards olunteer to plan the party. The telephone commitlee will notify members of the date, time and place. Be sure to dress warmly and come prepared to sing Christmas carols. Maybe Santa will even be around There will be a gift exchange. Julie Borgna was presented with a leadership cerlificate acknowledging her for her five years of oulstanding service to our cub. Mrs. Saluller spoke on 4-H hat etiquette. It was very enlightening. January -- let's go roller skaling Diane Ramos will chair the event. Don't missthe 4-H bake sale, December 13. Delicious baked goods will be sold in front of Ihe Fashion Flair and Rasco's. We will appreciate your support. H.E.L.P. is on the way. you can get it at. The First National Bank OF MENDOCINO COUNTY 2nd and N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-3961 An Independent Bankshares Corporation Bank/Member FDIC By DOLLY SEMANSKI The regular meeting of our club was held at the Grange Hall December 1 with the meeting called to order by our president Anita York. The pledge of Allegiance was given and the business part of the meeting gone through as quickly as possible so that we could have our Christ- mas party. Evelyn Bryson and Dolly Semanski were the hostesses and any orre thai knows of Evelyn's talent can imagine how beautiful our tables were decorated. One Christmas tree was the "Drummer Boy," one was done with doves and another with butterflies. 'Besides Christmas trees, she had baskets, dolls and other decorations too numerous to menlion. She also brought a doll all clothed with things she had sewn and designed 25 years ago. I donated my few meager things, which were knilted snowmen and crocheted candles. We had all made Christmas cards and bought fen cen gifts, which were all very nice. After the gifts were taken care of we drew for a door prize. Gwen Marcus got firs1 prize. Mary Leupp second. Evelyn Bryson lhird, and Clarice Rich fourth. Lou Lampson broughl as her guest her sister Helen Fooks from Canada. We also had show and tell. Mary Leupp had a wreath which was made of the plaslic from six packs. around a piece of card- board. After it was sprayed with gold and a few things added it was very pretty. She also had some very nice ornaments made from toothpicks. Evelyn showed how she used egg carlons, pine cones, nuts, rope, jewelry, etc. Save all your scraps, they're useful. Sorry, the rest of weren' there. See our next January 5 Have Christmas and a New Years. Dr.,Edward F Johnson CHIROPRACTOR Personal Injury . 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