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Wednesday, May 14, 1980 - Page 11 NABISCO Ritz ckers 1 LB. BOX J I ZEE NICE 'N SOFT ath Tissue 4 ROLL PACK f8 V, dP wA CHIFFON SPIL LMA TE aper Towels JUMBO ROLL (00ntadina. CON TA DINA Tomato Samce 15 OZ. CANS F o CONTADINA Tomato Paste 12 oz. CAN CONTADINA Tomato Puree 15 OZ. CAN MINUTE MAID de Crystals Pink CAN 99 MJB Coffee ALL GRINDS e |SAVE 60c1 1 LB. CAN $3. 1 9 69 2LB CAN 3LB CAN. $9.49 harcoaJ riquets 20 LB. BAG PAMPERS OA A I- O napers Toddler Size Old Crow Kentucky Straight Bourbon Wkiskey, QUART lIAr1 'l.SOl Jacare Crystal Blanc or White Rose e (lAVE * 1.20) Fleisbman's Vodka 1.75 LITER I, AVI "I.$lI Perrior Water 24 OZ. BOTTLE tlSAVi 2I141l 29 9 Plus Bread Blueberry Cake Donuts "WHOLE $1i0 9 I 00L,Z00O A o00nn= iN BREAD I REG, 6 FOR =1.29 V11 =n Cboc. Cake INCH $2t? LE LAYER Bran Muffins REG. 6F89 , 6 FOR 1.29 O R LUCIOUS RED RIPE rawberrles 12-OZ. BASKET TENDER CALIFORNIA GROWN et Corn F O R DEN DELICIOUS Zucchini Squash Dark green filled with flavor i S s Cabbage WIN $200 FREE GROCERIES DURING OUR Vienna Fund Raffle May 30 Tickets on Sale Now for s 1 Proceeds to CHS Band Fund REG. '1.28 1 consat. ,oop..,o $ 09 70Z, TUBE REG. s2.15 O.B. Tamp 30S $179 REG. '1.15 9 9 Alka-Seltzer 25's REG. '1.20 O 9 Croam illnso Reg., Oily, with Body 8 OZ. ,' ALL CONCENTRA TED Laundry Detergent 20 LB. HOME LAUNDRY SIZE (1AVE  1.50) FINAL TOUCH Fabric Softener 96 OZ. FAMILY SIZE BOTTLE (1AVE $ l.lOl DOVE LIQUID I Dishwashing Detergent 32 OZ. KING SIZE BOTTLE (lAVE 301 9 4 WHITE OR CORAL Soap 5 OZ. BATH ',SIZE BARS (1AVE 121 WE HONOR USDA FOOD COUPONS IliIlIlI I I Illl nil i i i n i m i I i 11 m CLIP & SAVE I I n THESE COUPONS n I onj n n , Pillsbury Flour l W,THO,.'TCOUPON,'I L'BA n ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER 7,5 c n ONE COUPON PER PURCHASE U ADULTS ONLY! WITH COUPON n tr.* COUPON EXPIRES MAY 19, 1980 n I I I COUPON n - I = HAL KAN MEAL TIME I ,i  Dog Food SMALLB,TS nn i. (WITHOUT COUPON $13185) 0 LB. BAG I O.' COUPON PER CUSTOMER $ I 0 Is I CNE COUPON PER PURCHASE ADULTS ONLY! WITH COUPON I COUPON EXPIRES MAY 19, 1980 I I I I I I SUNLITE- lOO% n Sunflower Oi( I I (WITHOUT COUPON '3.09) 48 OZ. BOTTLE I ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER $ 219 I ONE COUPON PER PURCHASE ADULTS ONLY! WITH COUPON I I COUPON EXPIRES MAY 19, 1980 I I II Im am am Ill II il Im HI Hi HI II am II II Im Hi II HI Im m m m   SUPER MARKETS 750 So. CIoverdale Blvd. Cloverdale, CA Mon-Sal 9.8 Sun 107 Scouting Around By LOIS KINZEY All the Girl Scouts have busied themselves in numerous ways to help the Cloverdale High School Band Fund during April and May. Pat McGahey's Brownie Troop 25 has been extremely busy. They are girls in the First grade. They have tried a fEel d trip i n City Park as a practice run for their over- night activity. Recently they toured McDonald's Restaurant and saw a brief film on hamburgers and their origin. In crafts the girls made Owls. They gave two Owls for the High School Band Auction Fund. Then they made an extra one to help pay for materials needed for the first two Owls. This Owl is at the Orange Tree. At present the girls are making Mothers' Day gifts and formulating plans for an approaching camping trip. Another Troop of Brownies is No. 178, of Geyserville, with Lucia Richards as leader. Recently these girls participated in roller skating at Santa Rosa. At the annual "Spring Show Off" in Geyserville they sang the song "G for Generosity". While costumed they pantomimed the song with much success. Troop No. 134, called Juniors, of 4th, 5th and 6th grades, in Geyserville have Janice Vink as leader. These girls went skating in Santa Rosa with their Brownie Troop. These Juniors will earn their Skating Badges this year. Since Mrs. Collins has moved from this area Pat Barnes has become leader of Junior Troop No. 93 for the remainder of this year. Girls are working on the Cyclist Badge with Mrs. Dalbec, while others are busy with their Observer Badge with Mrs. Malmstrom. These girls go to the Malmstrom farm on Dutcher Creek Road where there is ample op- portunity to see many in- teresting forms of plant life and small insects. Not long ago these girls spent an afternoon collecting litter from the downtown section of Cloverdale. They rewarded themselves with an ice cream The sixth graders, Kara Nichols, Debbie Dalbec and Loretta Shepherd, are in their last year as Junior Girl Scouts. According to custom these girls can expect a "Kidnap" adventure from the Cadette Troop early in May. In June the Troop plans to go on an overnight adventure in Camp Navarre. Sometime in May the girls will meet in City Park with their families and friends to receive their awards they have earned this year. Troop No. 171, of 7th, 8th and 9th grade girls, has completed the Heritage Patch requirements while learning many interesting facts about Cloverdale. Also they had an overnight meeting in Santa Rosa with their sister Troop from Petaluma. This included a cook out and scavenger hunt Another activity was to attend a Council-sponsored Heritage Fair in Rohnert Park Junior High School. They sold popcorn and taught an Indian game to the Brownies and Juniors. The first week in May the girls had a bake sale to earn money for a trip to Clover- dale, Canada, in 1981. They will give some of their ear- nings to the High School Band Fund. They are also making stuffed animals, such as rabbits and bears, to be used as Bingo prizes for patients at Manzanita Manor. This group of girls in Troop No. 171 is extremely busy and has Pat Barnes for their leader. Bridge Winners "le weekly meeting of the Cloverdale Duplicate Bridge Club was held May 8th. The following partners placed: 1st Eleanor Phillips- LuciUe Sink. 2nd - Katherine Baxter-Bill Forrester. 3rd - Marie Hill-Margaret Angell. 4th - Bette Jean Vadon- Raoul Pellegrini.