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Cloverdale, California
July 2, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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July 2, 1980

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Wednesday, July 2, 1980 - Page 7 |ROWELL days of the = them up to takes you d look as ready to 19th so easy. in old were or were or the folk of some to look of a status is more Grandma over the at "sad- family required a of cast of iron in mere 22 Called a needed to shirt iron, With cores counter over by of Ot- is an for sad Sometime a sad iron and *et. cents iron des were irons simui, an open sold for at- of fine end of her ran the the Sole plate paper used for Some of in a this over iron. grew it add the for a not in their irons oil or them r to prevent in of the old she aSbestos. Pan over more longer. trivets on and Small are and had made china, Trivets are used recalls t electric by white that Was a fine it in a no "ring then if Was no the home on he club; were liUrphy_ I1 l|iff-Dav e Itiley.Wald of the Past cleaning products sold for that purpose. Changes always bring about new ideas and employment. The Cloverdale Domestic Laundry, operated by W.T. Murchie in 1905, called for and delivered your laundry, and the chinese population in early Calif gave employment to many and satisfied a much needed service. The old saying "no tickee-no washee" was common in those days. Byron Brothers were agents for "Cook's Mineral Water," as a cure for liver, stomach and kidney problems? Drink a bottle before breakfast each morning it was advertised, and you will feel like a new man. C.A Ledford operated the Jersey Dairy, and an ad in the paper read: "Jersey cow for sale inquire at the Reveille office." Did that mean they kept the cow in the office? Perhaps it was kept there for lhe convenience of the employees on their milk break. As we walk about town we see familiar faces, some have been here a long time. One couple we like to see a lot of are Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Callwell. He is better known as "Bert" and has been associated with Rexall for many years, but did you know the Callwells came to Geyserville in 1934 and opened a pharmacy there after a trip around the world. Prior to that Butt worked in lhe drug business in San Francisco, Oakland, Por- lerville, Santa Rosa and Tonopah, Neveda, and ac- cordingo the Reveille in 1941 he liked this area better than any he saw and decided to stay, and was glad he did. To coin his own phrase "It's a beautiful day in Cloverdale," and it always is if he says so. It wouldn't dare be anything but ! Another old time business owner in town, Edna Gordon, has been ill and currently hospitalized, Mrs. Gorden had a furniture store here for many years and was also Cloverdale's undertaker for many years. Wehope she will recover soon. Seems strange not to see her in the morning at the Kalico Kitchen. One of our members, Delbert Miller recently underwent surgery and is now recuperating at home. His daughter, Helen, will be one of the band members that will soon leave for Vienna, probably one of the most important events ever to take place in Cloverdales history. We wish them bon voyage and good luck and safe return. More bioravhv ac- ceptance cards are rolling in and we remind you to get your card in so you can receive your kit in the mail with full instructions on how to compose it. This will also be an important part of Cloverdale's future, by being a part of its past and present. A history of the area is being compiled and will prove to be a publication worthy of every citizen's heritage. Please "SAY YES" and make history. 345 S. Cloverdale Blvd. NEWHOURS: 9a.m.-8o.m. Daily OPEN JULY 4 Prices Effective Wednesday, July 2 Thru Tuesday/July 8 Hi- Dry BATHROOM TISSUE 4 Roll Frito- Lay POTATO CHIPS Twin Pack 89 69 Purina DOG CHOW 50 lb. 12oz. 6 pack 1 39 Bonnie Hubbard MAYONNAISE Qt. Size 109 Folgers COFFEE 3,s,Y Flaked 79 49 2lb. Cheer DETERGENT King Size 2 59 Joy Liquid DISHWASHING DETERGENT 48OZ. 2 19 , % USDA CHOICE MEATS CHICKEN Foster Farms, Fresh BACON ENDS Lean T-BONE STEAK PORTERHOUSE STEAK RIB STEAK U.S.D.A. Choice SIRLOIN STEAK PORK SPARE-RIB Lean DINNER FRANK BEEF LIVER Fresh Sliced Breakfast LINK SAUSAGE Lean Bananas Golden, Ripe lb. 3 o9 ,b.3 09 lb. 3 o lb. 3 09 ,00.119 ,b I 39 ,b.l 19 lb. 1 29 3 Italian Squash 3,00s/lOO Peaches 39ib: Grapefruit 6/1 Oranges Sweet 'n Juicy 'b/100 rrots 5,00s/1 Winesap Apples 39 Corn on the Cob 5/1 oo Lemons 8/100 Del Monte Nabisco Lindsay Large Vegetables / 1 Snack Cracker 79 Pitted Olives 59 Cut Green Beans All Varieties 303 can . Whole Kernel Corn Stewed Tomatoes Shasta Reg. or Diet 1 29 Gallo " .299 Peas-Spinach Soda Salame Chunks Mixed Vegetables 12oz. 6 Pack 303 can 13oz. Kraft Philadelphia Van Camps Cream Cheese 79 Campfire 49 Pork n' Beans 39 * !l[]i-' z. Minature. , 21oz. Marshmallows S&W !' PASTRAMI , Buddig Tomato Juice 59 Lunch Meats 49" ,z 46oz. 4oz. Made.Rite Foster Farms Franks 99 Chicken Franks 89 Reg. or Beef 12oz. 1 lb. Pkg. * Gnlden Grain Salad Macaroni 16OZ. Minute Maid 49 Orange Julc. 1 =" V2 Gal. Cascade Dishwasher Sunshine Hi.Ha Detergent 199 Crackers 7 9 " " 1 lb. King Size Kingsford . Nestle Charcoal i 99 Decaf. Coffee 4 79 10 ,lb. 8oz. Lucca BEEF RAVIOLI 12oz. Swanson BEEF DINNER 11oz. Ore-Ida CRISPIES 10OZ. Mrs. Smith's APPLE PIE 139 49 1 89