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THE GRIDLEY HERALD & SHOPPING NEWS -- Wednesday, June 11, 1980 S store s assistant ma-_ .i ,2 d The first business to the a - P - One of 380 stores in 12 open at the center was Reitz Department Store.western states, the oldniger. I ;; | __ ---- . Sprouse-Reitz in Grid- The Sprouse-Reitz | II I I ,kII Icy was located on Company had its modest , III!1 I !l[II Washington Street and beginning as a little I i i i had served the com- shop selling coffee, tea I I | munity for many years, and crockery at Bell- II iI I _ .~ Now in its ne,,: 15,000 i,,aham, Washington in i:: iI I, I! M I gquare foot, sine.If 18 97- I I li I i story home. the ,,my Robert Allen Sprouse. I il I facility and it.,, staff of the son of the stores I I il II i I ~, =~ 13 offer an even creater founder, enlarged the / ~ i I; ill I variety of products, business to a wholesale 1 [] i I] m I Accordin~z to the busilacss that would dis- ~ I ill Ii~ I stores manager Ray tribute b t,er a.d less / B I il I Carothers, Sprouse- expensive goods to Im l ti II m I ':\ ..... ' Reitz has more corn- nunlber or" western var- I I II I plete hardware and ictv stores frolll the 1 [] II 1 I "" W'I"- household d part- S l, ,,'orLd / 1 I II i I merits, a,, e pai,d d II. the E II 1 I | !~ --~'~ ~ _-:~ ready-to-wear depart- hasfocused solely oil ~ ~, ' IJ I I I ~~ ~ i,,e|tt and display area its retail sales busti,ess. '~':~ :~7" " ",~ al m 1 I'~ ~L , I ~ store. . "~'-' , , , , FUN STORE-At l,ittle Folks, children w!l i ne ooaru j Oilll /~. ............... ), r ' "'111j ~tole lOUt.,, conlillue .'3plou.,,e" Is" lilt IIIlILI'., ........ Ion on lne glralle asp in ine no( K a ea WHile I U ~ellcratlon oI I/IS IalllliV _, . , .* . ,, , . , .-., io be t'rom 9 elm. to 9 ........ ' uau can snop n)r Ille latest sD, les at atlractivel ~ p.m. Monday throu,_,h ~ ,. , : A.oove are store manager t,lnoa rolosKt Isis, SaturdaVsundavs.and" 10 a.lll.~o andt ClllCClprotu.ess.tne ~toxvt n and clerk, M) rlai I on g. ~_~ilL .... - ~E~, -- Carothers, a 19-year " ,et ,a,lRe t Departn,en*f Sprouse-store. , Little Folks is for kids and mom ....... has been the company's ._ rql g Gridley store manat er For the small child "This is a fun store fof the Junior Hig SPROUSE-REITZ - Glenda Pooler starts the da, at .or[ otO rer 'Cars cand mother-to-be, Lit- and it should be fun for To serve the shol tie Folks Children's children, after all, it is Little Folks Sprouse-Reitz b) cleaning the tropical fish tank and 5~t~rouse i~eitz' Store " " " " 1 and Maternity Shop their store,PotosM summer hours, q feeding the live pets. The pet and pet-produc! depart- m'ama)er-at Cornin has the latest styles at said. to 9 p-m- daily. ] ment is just one of the 19 departments at this new ,--....," ,,, ...... ;..";h.. affordable prices Potoski, who also In observing] Heritage Oak store ,,..a,, ........ Formerly on Kentucky owns a Little Folks in"Heritage Oak 1 Street, Little Folks has Oroville, hopes to ex- opening, Little- "' lQ"= " " o. " " ,:z. " =,-" clothing for sizes new-pand her shop this fallhas a drawing fo , Ball, c,,.. ---.--, - " " . .v.,,- ,--,. .,a. born to 14 in boys and to include sizes preteen $25 gift certificat, Wednesday tlaru girls; and also features a selection of maternity IdiS q Id -Jq lld atur(la!/at I;ittle 'olks wear, including under- s =n:x.m srr =ess ' garmets, for the expect-, [ NEW SUMMER HOURS I ant mom. I1 lll /llI! Ilkklll Ikv..]k _.YAIi Ikk._ Al ~. ~.~I~O]~L --. ~ ] Mon. thru Sat. I0 a.m. to 9 p.m. [ i'~ "We have a nice line W I'1 ~ t~.l.~l~'~'~ ~'~ ] Open Sundays Noon to 4 p~m. ] &6b of clothes that are at- lf'-"~ D,""~TDAIT t th., -. __ .L/oq tractive to the kids at va X ........... ~ ~ ~ ~:::.: :: ::: : : .... , .m.-, -- " prices parents can if- :: ford," explained owner f. Lmda Potosk, ' t:: ':: -- Besides clothes, Lgtle =,0,', 0 =', I Folks also offers I I jewelry and shoes. ' ' i.-: And, to make it easier Sizes 2t to x,I ents, Little Folks has a I riding giraffe and desk ?' / :" " > .,,I with bookstokeepthe I 7. U'='/l"lHTT I youngster occupied and happy. " ~ ----- '/:: 'L--/JJ----,,'J " '/"" "\I)" "" " "'" " - oo, 00 i ._q,. .... \... A tree. OO,"u",.* 4" ( "--- , " . u BABIES, CHILDREN, ADULTS, GROUPS --ONE SPE( for A tree grows in Grid- COURTEOUS SERVICE PORTRAITS "Jl 1" IIL.JE Jl2 the kiddies! . ,eyatoak Shoppingthe new Heritagecenter . L,m,t--onesPEC,ALPER AM,LY.. FAST OEL,VERV b'* on Highway 99. WED. & THURS. LITTLE FOLKS ~ The first of its kind, - ........... the illuminated oak . JUllE..II ".Jlym'to61~m ~' " ' %' # 12' by 11'. The sign was --I A Complete Chddren s Store stands approximately wen'an I(~unrS'h/'~ltoZi P'" -- INFANT TO SIZE 14 -- sold by Jerilyn Chum- pmn, the Sacramento Valley representanve ot Maternity_ Fashions eon in Heritage Oak Shopping Center ceived The idea by Peter was first P. Boll- con- inger, owner and devel- opec of the center.