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Cloverdale, California
June 18, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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June 18, 1980

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of schools said that in there were 5 and (That Wouldn't pa.y school. ) a party Geysers to one hour and 55 a record. started a m the county, of artificial is located 2 QOverdale, his of an machine and making 500 of clear 6 feet long, How many Wagons? You behind them his leather off some sure tasted especially where the very humid, he Strong man to ai News been coming in unity we are spun- request Soon, the last citizens of a part of a r. Once again that e old of the and you Will make writing your thereby forever the Please con- a Part of this descendants from it derived It how long you are a history, send a kit in the COmplete in- to fill out look thru or some family to today and the in- You for your at Iricultural and Con- (ASCS) is acreage grain 'idley, CED ASC there is no and all accurate will be benefits. ay indicate | to participate when their spring- until July the sizes and of their corn said the report accurate as more ac- the less has to program check acreage and also lotographs to the a program receive the support, ciency is important report their no set-aside tone who eligible for ado, regar- acres and the have not -seeded to do so as The ASCS is open 1:30 p.m., y. of the Past carry those large pieces of ice up all those stairs, usually 25 lbs. but some big blocks weighed 50 lbs, most ice boxes were small and had a pan underneath that you had to remember to empty, or it was all over the kitchen floor, and then there was the devil to pay if you forgot. We had one of the first refrigerated ice-boxes in town as my dad was in the electric supply business and always had all the latest appliances. We had one of those Frigidaires with the coils on the top that was really "in" then. My Grandmother had a cooler in her kitchen window that kept most things for a day or two, I have one of those in my house today that works as well as ever, but is hardly needed these days. Remember the toasters that had a slice of bread on each side and you had to remember to turn them over unless you liked burnt toast? NOwadays you nave to remember if there is something in the micro-wave oven or it will disappear. In 1880 - as more settlers found Cloverdale to their liking agriculture became one of the prime industries; the need for spirits to wet the whistle of thirsty residents grew in demand. In 1880 Dr. Coombs erected a winery on his place (it didn't say where), it will be 22x60, and a still will be 22x25. He had 17 acres of grapes and bought from neighbors. He expected to make from 15,000 to 18,000 gallons of wine. It was ex- pected the still would pay the whole expense of the winery as it produced clear gain. Hoadley's warehouse is full of goods and on Saturday unloaded 40 to 50 teams, almost the entire produce of Lake and Mendocino countys pass through his hands (Where was Hoadleys Warehouse? ). The Land Wednesday, June 18, 1980 - Page 11 Office at San Francisco Aug. established a real estate 20, 1880 filed notice that John office in town at that time. Edwards of Cloverdale, a A man in Mendocino County settler has filed proof of his attempted suicide by reasons intention to support his claim of failure in business and for a homestead No. 15306 for- being pounded on the head lot No. 3 of Sec. No. 2, and witnessed by E.H Farley, Jos, McElroy, Jas. Fraser and S.E. Brownell; and the same parties including Richard McDonald all filed claims for land in and about Cloverdale at the same time, and J.A. Ragsdale with an iron weight, he became, it is felt, insane. The deed was committed with a knife, and had it been reasonably sharp, he af- terwards remarked, he would have made a clean job of it. One of the young men had his girl out buggy riding the other night and became s, fearful she would fall that he gave her the reins and held her with both arms, it was very thoughtful of hi: romantic pursuits were mt]ch simpler in those days it seems, and oats weren'[ a high as gas is today. A drove of 3,000 muftc, sheep passed through Cloverdale on Monday fron Humboldt County, that would sure stop traffic today wouldn't it? 345 S. CIoverdale Blvd. NEWHOURS: 9a.m.-8o.m. Daily Price Effective Wed., June 18 Thru Tues., June 24 Hi- Dry PAPER TOWELS Giant Roll Nabisco SALTINE CRACKERS I lb. Box PEPSI-COLA 2 Liter Bottle Reg.- Diet Bumble Bee CHUNK TUNA in Oil 6V20z. can Crystal White DISHWASHING LIQUID 48OZ. Kraft BARBECUE SAUCE 18oz. Bottles 69 Oxydol DETERGENT Family Size Del Monte CATSUP 24oz. 69 ,% USDA CHOICE MEATS PICNIC HAM CORNED BEEF VacPac RIB STEAK BONELESS CHUCK ROAST BEEF CUBE STEAK SIRLOIN TIP ROAST BREAKFAST LINK SAUSAGE SLICED BACON PORK BUTT STEAK PORK ROAST Potato 0 ,.  ,0079 1 s, lb. ,b. 2 9 ,b. 2 69 lb. 2" lb. 1 39 ,0069 lb. 1 49 lb. 1 29 1 =9 Oranges 5,00/1oo ',arrots loose S lb. / 1.00 4'b /100 Peaches 4900. Italian Squash 3 ' / 1 oo Winesap Apples Yellow Onions 2 '00/49 Cello Peanuts , .,. 1,09 Grapefruit 6/1 0 Speas Apple Juice '/2 Gal. Ghirardelli Mint- Reg. Flickettes 1091 12oz. .S&W Cut Green Beans 3/1 oo 303 can Bonnie Hubbard Fruit Cocktail 303 can 218-9 'Hormel Spam Luncheon Meat 3/1 0 120Z. Libbys Sliced Peaches in Juice 303 can 'Schilling Black Pepper Nalleys Cinch 1:" Corn Bread Mix 39 15oz. Nabisco Wheat Worth 39 Stone Wheat 79 Crackers s,w Relishes 59' Whole Swe - Hot Dog-Hamburger Kernel Corn 303 can  6 Skippy [:)el Nk)nte Tomato Sauce 3/1 oo Relisll 15oz. canFOOd 303 can 5/1 0 Perfect ion Red Kidney Beans 1 00 Long Spaghetti 49 303 can 1 lb. 11oz. Hinode skies 319 Calr0so Rice I S ;) Chef Blend 5 lb. 7 lb. " 131ue Bonnet " C)scar Mayer Margarine 59 , ,b. m 14, b Pillsbury Buttermilk BIKults 7V2OZ. 6/1 0 tinute Maid Orange Juice 12oz. can Banquet Fried Chicken 2 lb. Box 89 209 /orton Sugar or Glazea Donuts: 69 11oz. Ore- Ida Onion Rings ,39' 7oz.