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Page 8, Cloverdale Reveille, April 16, 1997 Sonoma Valley Muzzle Loaders The public is invited to the Sonoma Valley Muzzleloaders 18th annual rendezvous April 18-20. The three day event will be held at the Marie Hill Ranch on Highway 128, 11 miles west of Cloverdale There is no charge to visit the camp for the day and watch the shooting events and visit the trader&apos;s booths. Camp- ers fee for the overnighter is $15 redeemable in rifle trail fees. All the black powder and shoot- ing events are open to men, wom- en and youths including kids under 12. The rendezvous features tee- pees and other shelters and camp gear authentic to the 1830's and earlier. Mostof the muzzleload- ers will wear authentic moun- tain man costumes of that period. The rendezvous attempts to create the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain fur trappers and traders who gathered each spring at various locations to trade their furs for supplies of powder and lead, cloth and Indi- an trade goods. The gates open at 8 am Thurs- day. No dogs are permitted and the event is wheelchair accesible. No open fires are allowed and must be in a container such as a barbecue. Guests are asked to bring their own water and take their trash home with them. Cloverdale Fire Department seeks volunteers The Cloverdale Fire District is recruiting interested residents and business persons to join its fire-rescue team. Volunteer firefighters are sought. Citizens must be 18- years-of-age and in good health. Duties include firefighting, emergency first aid, equipment operation and maintenance. Able to respond to emergencies and attend weekly training. The volunteer auxiliary is not engaged in direct firefighting, but it's members are willing to assist with administrativefunc- tions, support at the scene of emergencies, equipment main- tenance, public education, disas- ter planning, etc. Share your talents for the benefit of the com- munity! For further information call Captain Al Delsid at 894-3545. ckets for WlC's Spring Card Party on sale now Tickets are now on sale for the Cloverdale Women's Improve- ment club's annual Spring Card Party and Luncheon to be held at the Veteran's Memorial Build- ing on Saturday, April 19 at 12 noon. The $6 tickets are available from club members or may be purchased at the door. Louise Morris, president, in- vites everyone to come to enjoy the luncheon and stay for an af- ternoon of cards if they wish. Members and their friends look forward to this event each year. Door prizes as well as table prizes will be given. Black Bart Trade Show applications Registration forms are being accepted by the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce for the Sixth Annual Black Bart Busi- ness Trade Show to be held Sat- urday, May 31, next to the new Plaza in the heart of downtown. Interested businesses are en- couraged to register now to re, serve the best available spaces, and take advantage of the early discount which is being offered only through Friday, May 2. Call the Cloverdale Chamber of Com- merce for more information at 894-4470. Preschool storytime at library 4/22-5/13 This popular free storytime series i s back...on Tuesday morn- ings, April 22-May 13 from 10- 10:30 am at the Cloverdale Library. All 2-5 year olds are invited to attend this series where we will hear stories, do fingerplays, movement activi- ties, sing, and lots more! Call 894-5271 if you have any questions. BEEF April 16-29, 1997 New Store Hours: Monday-Sunday 9 am to 7 USDA CHOICE BONELESS Sirloin Tip Steak ....... USDA CHOICE BONELESS Chuck Roast ............. USDA CHOICE BONELESS BBQ Steak................. FRESH $28s LB =199 LB $2 29 LB Ground Beef.............. s129 FRESH Pork Butt Steak s ls9 IIIBIIIIIIIIIIIIII LB LB FOSTER FARM CHICKEN GOLD 1 RIPE Bananas ................. HASS Avocados .................. GOLDEN DELICIOUS Apples ....................... FRESH Broccoli ..................... 69 SOLID HEAD Cabbage ................ 3 I YELLOW 8 Thigh 4 Drumsticks .. 95 ," Onion .............::::::::_3    Meat Franks... "  Jl Corn or Peas. c._  R  GALLO16OZDEU-STYLE --^^ '%/JL AUNT JEMIMA10 OZ , Salami ............. 4 Waffles .......... ] WESTERN FAMILY 80Z A .,. MR. P 70Z AA.. .___ Yogurt ............. 3/ 1 , _ ,=, ,  P,zza ................. UU SWANSON _._ OO; I "-'-'"' i "r-n-- "" i--.. 1 '" ' " """"- Slice.. .............. <a i i v, 9= ,Ju u I Margarine ......... 6 g00=l I Meat Pie ............ 59' =1' PILLSBURY4 PACKBTTRMLK,41 nQ  -  = a I BANQUET25OZ " t  0 0 -- . .,. vv . . 1_ _Z B,scu,t ............. I '"" Fr, ed Chicken.  APPLE TIME 1/2 GAL - $ 89 Apple Jume ... ..... I STAGCN Chd, W/Bean ...... $1 os HOME & GARDEN 303 CAN Stew Tomatoes. 3/$1 WESTERN FAMILY 303 CAN Sliced Peaches ... 69 HOME & GARDEN 80Z CAN Tomato Sauce ... 4/=1 DEL MONTE 303 CAN Apricot Halves ... $1 09 BETTER BUY 303 CAN Mixed Fruit ......... 69 " ....   WESTERN FAMILY 16 OZ Saltine Cracker .. " FRISKIES 6.50Z  =-'= C at F o o d ............ , TOP RAMEN 30Z Noodles ............. ,  " JIF 18 OZ Peanut Butter ..... $1 N DEL MONTE 17 OZ PERFECTION 2 LB . 89 Spaghetti ............ $1 Pineapple .liii..i.i. ii i.. .... 0..  0. DENNtSON 303 CAN Chili Bean in Gravy ............. BETTER BUY 303 CAN Refried Bean ..... ........... ........ CHECKERBoARD 16 OZ Cookies ....... ..... .. RAINBoW 100 COUNT Tea" Bag .. ..... . .... .. HOME & GARDEN 28 OZ Squeeze Ketchup.... ...... ......$19 WESRN FAMILY 26 OZ Spaghetti Sauce .................. 89 HUNT 4 PACK Snack Pudding ........ ............$139