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Cloverdale, California
March 19, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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March 19, 1980

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Wednesday, March 19, 1980- Page 13 of the Past of 1880 in con- times "a horse Folks in making took little hardly af- rest of the not travel cases a war between Compared today to be a let's and take a "Village Post in the day. before the mail folks in, the a who get one; the one the get nothing advising before it late. As the there is a that to the barefoot sent down cOOpers to mail lmped old- on the front of the s a hush while Jted, aristrocat who PaY box;rent of keeps his,* moment is a "bigger or old even though 99 his official learning to ion of like this 'iAnything for n s folks? asked me to "Nothing for s'" McArthur's sent off for a he won't draw arse; them swindle, he got it, at me from Went by. His i White, but I him how he for him. I guess, purty wheat ain't rain, but round." News tie LL today sponsor a book. of the com- to par- a brief This in- 'piled and book to the will be way to of the dents, no they have ible and are The finished ely up to pictures local more details in the We in this the com- support Ii ha Special eld at the College is also if he a Will never Post the most game in $IOO s. In March of 1940 at the Del- Rio Theatre Ann Sothern, Walter Brennan, were starring in "Joe and Ethel Turp call on the President", and June Clayton and Tire Guizar and his guitar, for was it Tire Guitar and his Guizar? were in a show called the Lane Kid", and on the same bill was Tom Mix in cement ; no that's not right, strike that. And the really big one soon to be appearing was "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" with Charles Laughton and Maureen O'Hara. According to the theatre owner Roy Palmer "Gone with the Wind" would soon be coming in all its glory, uncut, and he assures the populace that Vivian Leigh, the star, will appear forthwith in another film, "The Sidewalks oi London". Among the general population these notable events took place: The Ford Tractor dealers met in Stockton. represented by Everett Lampson, Ruth Marie Vadon was chosen to represent the Cloverdale 4-H at the state convention and also received her "All Star Pin." while James Sanford rendered a trombone solo for the program. Humperdincks fine opera "Hansel and Gretel" was presented with Miss Boron and E.V. O'Rourke in charge. Mrs. George King Jr. a recent bride, and niece of the Tom Mitchells of Cloverdale, was killed in an auto crash in Mexico on her honeymoon. Mr. Win. J. Owsley also lost his life in the same manner, and if you phoned Cloverdale IIIII 24 you might get a reser- vation for a Special Easter Dinner at Mitchelis. If you had a legal problem Louis Cannelora at the U.S. Hotel Bldg. would take care of it. If you needed a Doctor you could call Dr. Edward Win. Jordt, or in Heaklsburg Dr. Edward Blair or D.C. Oakleaf, M.D. Businesses are always the hub of every community, and just as today, many come and many go for various reasons, but the needs of the people must be met. This ad in the 1880 paper showed great confidence on the part of the owner and no doubt gained him a lot of customers:: "I buy my goods low, do all my own work, as a result I can sell, do sell, and will continue to sell cheaper than any other house I I North of the bay. As my terms are strictly respect- fully submitted." Jilius Haupt was the proprietor of "The Old Reliable Tin Shop".. Look for the sign of the coffee pot - "Long may it Wave". Not this method of advertising may seem a bit overdone today but on the other hand maybe it would work, its certainly an honest approach. USDA CHOICE MEATS ROUND STEAK Bone in 345S. Cloverdale Blvd. Open 9 a.m.- 7 p.m. Daily PRICES EFFECTIVE wED., MAR. 19 THRU TUES., MAR. 25 CHICKEN THIGHS, RIB STEAK PE Family Scott BATHROOM  Kraft SINGLES TISSUE American SingJes l/ ,oz i .,o.. t 89 lS 9 Ruth Tender Mild PEPSI-COLA CANNED Reg.- Diet - ' , 2 Liter 'aPta;)/tt/ HAM HAM 5 lb. RIBEYE STEAK ,3 e9 BEEF LIVER ,99 GROUND BEEF ,bl 39 PORK BUTT ROAST * abl 09 CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS bl 99 PORK SAUSAGE Homemade Lean Ibl 19 PORK LINK SAUSAGE b.l 29 99 7"" Apples Golden Delicious 3 '"'/1 ................ Asparagus Tender 79,. , ,, " . Wesson Betty Crocker '" VEGETABLE HAMBURGER OIL HELPER 48oz. All Varities 1" 69 Carrots Looe 6 b/100 Onions Yellow 3 '129  Grapefruit u,c, 5/1 oo Lemons 10/1" Del Monte TOMATO CATSUP Tangelos 3 './1"* Purina CAT FOOD Baker Potatoes 6 ,b/1" Buffet Can 240z. Bottle 61/40z. 69 4/1 o Oranges sw ,u,c, 8 "/10 Apples oc,, R Delicious 3,../lOO Tree Top Apple Juice Q. Size Tasters Choice Coffee Freeze-Dried (Reg. only) 8oz. Green Giant Vegetables De, Monte Whole Spray n' Wash 69 el,= Pickles 79 with Trigger 22oz. 4 99 Cut Green Peas Beans 3/1oo Corn 12oz. Bonnie Hubbard Sliced - Chunk - Crushed Pineapple 303 can Generic Straw Mushrooms 4oz. can Swanson Chicken Broth 4/lO 303 can Kraft Macaroni & Cheese 71/20Z- pkg.i 22oz. Bon_n ie Hubbard Nabisco Premium Crackers I lb. Box Sliced Beets 1 49 3/1 o Instant Noodles 5 / 1" 4 Pack Del Monte 5 9 303 can MadeRite Reg. and Beef Bologna 119 Smack Ramen 12oz. Folgers Snack Pak 4 Pack 6 Laura Scudder Flaked Coffee 89 z. ['FROZEN TQI Country Time 1 --lkEMONAOI Mixed Nuts 120z. Bonnie Hubbard 39  Yogurt 3/1 oo 8oz. Carton Drive Detergent 1" Giant Size Little Friskies. Cat Food 1 4 lb. 6/1 3/1 o* S&W Tomato Sauce 8OZ. 511 o Bonnie Hubbard .ASH .OW.S 49  2 lb. eno PIZZA Pepperoni- Cheese- Sausage 13oz. eel Lucca CHICKEN RAVIOLI 12oz. 1 `09