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Page 10- Wednesday, May 14, 1980 Hildi Henry reports on trip Hildi Henry reported to her students inTuesday's class on her ,5-day trip to Denver, Colo., where the National Society of Tale and Decorative Painter's held their 80's convention. Over 1,700 came from as far as Canada, Hawaii and Alaska to participate in classes, audits and panel discussions. In just five years the N.S.T.D.P. memberships have reached 18,000 mem- bers, Henry said. This year Henry served on a panel "How to Support your Habit," discussing different ways to sell folk art pieces. Among other panel subjects she attended were: "Copy Right Laws" and "Publishing Your Books, Articles and Pictures". Highlight of her trip was a lecture by Dorothy Dean Hutchings, foremost authroity on :ountry tin and early American decoration. Henry teaches classes every other Tuesday at The Orange Tree and several classes in Santa Rosa. She is well known as a painter and teacher and is in demand also for lectures and seminars. Two of her students, Thelma Heaton and Ruth Huddle began teaching last year and have regular classes scheduled at The Orange Tree. She said, one of the fastest growing and most fascinating hobbies in the country is tole and decorative painting. If interested in joining a class you are asked to drop by The Orange Tree or call 894- 5132. Cloverdale School Lunch Menu Monday, May 19 Beef Filled French Rolls French Fries Tossed Salad Fruit V= Pint Milk Tuesday, May 20 Manager's Choice Mixed Vegetables Chilled Fruit BTead w-Butter Pint Milk Wednesday, May 21 Oven Baked Chicken Tater Tots Fruity Jello Pan Bread Pint Milk Thursday, May 22 Sloppy Joes Cheese & Celery Sticks Green Beans Applesauce Pint Milk Friday, May 23 Manager's Choice Sweet Peas Fruit Bread Orange Freeze I/ Pint Milk U.. Extension ourses for credit High school students who need to make up work, earn additional credit for college entrance requirements, or take courses that are not offered in their schools because of cuts in summer programs can study by mail .through correspondence courses given by University of California Extension. The current high school correspondence catalog contains nearly 100 courses for grades 9 through 12. In addition to required courses in social studies, science, math, English and foreign languages, it lists such subjects as driver education (written portion), music history and music ap- preciation, art, writing, engineering drafting, photography and study skills. The courses have been authorized and approved by state and local school of. flcials. Many courses satisfy high school graduation requirements and meet entrance requirements at colleges and universities throughout the United States. For more information write to High School Correspon- dence Courses, Dept. CS-5, University of California Extension, Berkeley, CA 720, or call 415-642-8238. SUPER MARKETS 750 So. CIovdate Blvd. Clom$1l, ilen.SlJ4 b0m 10-1 MJB Long Grain Rice 42 OZ. PKG. {SAVE 26) i 19 / J / Porterhouse or T-Bone oaks lb. 4) Bar-B-Q Steaks SHOP 'N SAVE QUALITY 100% Ground Chuck Does not exceed 22% fat ANY SIZE PKG. 79 Chicken FRESH Whole or Half ing Sal 5 TO 7 LB. AVG. BUMBLE BEE CLOROX Liquid . hunk Bleach L i gohtatTa GALLON JUG 61/2 OZ. CAN TENDER & JUICY ZEE NICE 'N SOFT Facial Tissue 150 COUNT PKG. [SAVE 16) PARKA Y- 1 LB. CUBED Margarine {SAVE 23) VEL VEETA Process Cheese Food 2 LB. LOAF [SAVE Y0c} Pillsbury Biscuits Country Style or Buttermilk 71/2 OZ. CAN IIAVl 444=  CAII$I Pork Steaks VZC:TO00. DRY SMOKED CENTER CUT Prices effective Wed., May 14 thru Tues., May 20, 1980 Shop 'N Save Markets Pork Chops 89 F o lb. : \\; BONELESS Boston Butt Pork Roast 09 *% BONE-IN Boston Butt rk Roa BEEF FARMLAND REG. or THICK Bacon t t4 1 LB. PKG .... =, VAN DE KAMP Country Fillets 14oz. 19 PKG. e PKG. Top BONELESS (BEEF CHUCK) Cross Rib Roast O6 lb. BEEF :abe Steaks BONELESS (BEEF ROUND) London Broil Steak 89 e lb. 14 OZ. PKG. BATTER FRIED Fisk Sticks 99 HOME PRIDE BUTTER TOP White ...... Bread /7 24 OZ. LOAF [SAVE 40)  TASTER'S CHOICE FREEZE DRIED Instant Coffee REGULAR 4oz .............. $3.09 s oz .............. $4.99 TASTER'S CHOICE FREEZE DRIED Decaffeimated Instant Coffee 40Z ......... ,.s3.29 8 oz ........... $5.99 BONELESS (BEEF LOW) Top Sirloin aks lb. t ZEE LUA U 100 3NT PKG. IIAVll ! 8) MINUTE MAID- 6 OZ. CAN OroJo Jmice or OralPethrt Jlgko' (SAV| 101 ORE IDA - 2 LB. POL Y BAG Frenck Fries Regular or Crinkle Cut (gAVE 12cl BANQUET Meat Pies Beef, Chicken or Turkey 1 IIqKqHkl