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Cloverdale Reveille
Cloverdale, California
May 7, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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May 7, 1980

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to last week's Now along didn't SOme more of ad- the "Gay old doctors in God and Ask for no 'can effectually and distress and other It is a for piles-don't New a great male corn- "Dragging six years unable to re. I paid to no 3 bottles of days a miracle and now of a miracle talking." of the long since the passing were very description an, here are a in 1880 over: "Gee on Broad to the Cloverdale. $1.50 per l, stockings, pieces - 10 .n. Clothes delivered washing a Francisco a: "It is my that this was run to an im- a murder. bout that?" e Market" "op. Highest "Give try my YOur friends of them. I ray business and will en- to give my a carriage d read thus: to paint and buggies, all kinds Style of the painting, g, glazing ly ng that is Call and see Work at the low Justice a man who and, no on to greater his chosen e the do-it- Could paint p , aclflc Whittier, ncisco. Ed whose not for the ), featured will You drool : or less-20 bottom, h timber moderate on mile from " And if live ts for you - town, 175 a and county, fine spring " $14,000! You were the whole and aside ue when will fund- San and of May 15, 6422 with and of the land may Calling at 526- Wednsday, May 7, 1980 - Page 13 of the Past it was estimated that for- tunate owners of hopyards would receive not less that $1.00 per acre for their crop lhat year. The Cloverdale public school opened with these classes: 1st dept., C.L. Ennis. teacher - 26 pupils; 2rid dept., Miss J.L. Gibbs, 31 pupils; 3rd dept., Miss ME. Emery - 35 pupils; 5th dept., Miss Mary Waite - 31 pupils. The concern for fellow citizens in a small town is still notably strong, but in those days they received this sort of testimony : Our fellow citizen, Mr. Hagemeyer, after a sickness that has plainly left its traces on his pale features, appeared on our streets last week. We congratulate him on his recovery and wish him a rapid gain of strength. It is said that sweet potatoes grown in Cloverdale were in the market. Has anyone tried was honored by the presence agreed to give away a nickel them lately? Mr. Thomas of some very noted per- clock to the buyer of six cans last Monday was yanked sonages, Mr. and Mrs. of Clock Baking Powder. The through the ordeal of an Whitlaw Read, editor and local drugstore now has in A.O.U.W. initiation. He is proprietor of the New York stock "Allcook's Porous happily a good climer and Tribune, and Mr. and Mrs. Plasters", applied to the made the greasy pole in Charles Crocker. They small of the back they will thirteen efforts. The goat arrived here by the Geysers' cure back-ache, nervous ride was fun, he proved to he stage. The two ladies are debility, and alL: kidney an expert sticker-on. Next sisters and daughters of D.O. problems. To the pit of the week what is left of him will Mills. They came down from stomach they are a sure cure be swept up and sent to his the Geysers in 2 hours and 20 for dyspepsia and liver relatives! minutes - Wow! complaint. Beware of others Last Thursday Cloverdale Shaw Bowman and Co. that may burn and blister. Times were different then and perhaps so were people, but our small town still rallies for its own as one witnessed recently at the Fairgrounds when hundreds of people lined up for the spaghetti and ravioli dinner held to raike funds for the Vienna Trip for the band. There were many cakes raffled off, some went for as much as $I00, one was shaped and colored like the head of Mickey Mouse. The band, under the direction of Steve Connolly performed in their usual grand style, as did a fine group from Chico that had a fantastic brass section. It seemed as though the whole town was there and the workers were jovial and accommodating. History in the making-good luek and congratulations to the Cloverdale band and their able leader. USDA CHOICE MEATS CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS 345 S. Cloverdale Blvd. Open 9 a.m.- 7 p.m. Daily PRICES EFFECTIVE WED., MAY 7THRU TUES., MAY 13 ELESS 189 ROAST ,b RIB STEAK Hi- Dry PAPER TOWELS Giant Roll 1 39 p CHUCK STEAK BAR-B-OUE STEAK  Armour CANNED HAM 5 lb. PEPSI-COLA 12oz. 6-Pack Bonnie Hubbard MAYONNAISE 32oz. RIBEYE STEAK PORK BUTT STEAK PORK BUTT ROAST BREAKFAST LINK SAUSAGE SMOKED HAM HOCKS ,b.3 99 lb. 1 49 ,b. 129 ab. 1 29 ,b.79' - 7 10e   Bananas 4 ''./lO Oranges 5 '. / 1 oo Del Monte TOMATO SAUCE 8OZ. 611 oo Kraft Loose Carrots 6'/1 o BARBECUE SAUCE Grapefruit 6/1 18oz. 69 Green Onions 6Bunches/1 Dove Drive DISHWASHING DETERGENT DETERGENT Giant Size 32oz. 109 1 39 Pineapple Large Size RecjtDelicious Apples Baker Potatoes 7,/lOG Aspar_______agas 79 Yellow Onions 3 './; Speas Apple Juice Van Camps Pork n Beans Friskies 3/89 149 Cat Food Buffet Can Campbells 59* Chicken Nood=. 0 3/89 21/2 can 10V2 oz. Green Giant 31 Niblet Corn 1 Wk Detergent 149 12oz. ! 32oz. Green Giant Vegetables Kitchen Cut Beans Peas 303 Can S&W Applesauce 303 can Bonnie Hubbard Bacon 1 lb. [:)el Monte Whole New potatoes 303 can Lux Soap Bath Size 3/1 0 Mrs. Butterworths Syrup 109 )OZ. Clorox Bleach 39' , Bonnie Hubbard Noodles 19 Wide- Meal. Parkay Margarine 1 lb. 3/1 Gerber Hormel Chill with Beans Reg. or Hot 15oz. Pillsbury Buttermilk Biscuits 7OZ. Kraft 1000 Island Salad Dressing 16oz. 6/1 0 I O9 Banquet 89 COOKING BAGS 3/1 o0 5OZ. 49' Morton ,ONUn 69' Glazed or Jellies Baby Juice 5/1 GO Bonnie Hubbard 4/lO Mushrooms 49  4 oz. Van de Kamp FISH KABOBS 16OZ. 1 59 Geno Large PIZZA 1 '" 13oz.