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Wednesday, January 23, 1980 - Page 7 .rican Legion, rK OLLENA  Year...I realize :ttle late, but as 'ibt column since ,ie year on behalf r of Post 293 I would like Fone a very healthy new who worked on Christmas to thank the nnaires who their time make the party it was. We children come Claus. We would like to Burnside and Citizen Syn- the music. Tom Volunteer Association his crew. A to Bill time and taking the color child who Incidently the dy to he picked ictu#enichelli Real e corner of First id Cloverdate The Post thanks i$ of the Auxiliary ed wrap the Mrs and assisted tration at the aine Walius and were the prime de s department. eladies. Thanks ae  Bingo players )e #rt' the Legion's ,ut ns of financing ike i ; si ts, ed a note from es  soon after he will,e, he noted that le #kle children were )w tdhim, several had while a couple ) tJnade gifts for ; wrote that he will ici year to see his er ;e to Christmas and fild#ar is history, the i. should he able lan break right? 3. 'e dn "ration ellia tell all Camellia t a meeting to n preparation aa Show during itrus Fair Feb. age those who la. shown Camellias to bring their will discuss how r your Camellia to disbud it, and ow to pick the how to choose the I for the Show, and ge them in boxes not bruise or get transportation to We will have the meeting that ere at Camellia hobby and will W questions and let ready for our b t 1Camellia Show V 6. Watch for the meeting, it will be ! paper or you q]bbe show chairman, evenings at 894- mvite all who have growing in their QP$ te bridge dub  to have a good with m members at the Jan. 17th ih Winners: e & Bill Green |ther Baxter-Bill  Bette Murphy- W ', eaver rs: ; lyn Holtz-Drexeil ! larie Hill-Margaret  Betty Vadon-Rollo . Muriel & g on Jan.  special game with efreshments and a points for the Wrong l Next on the agenda is participation in the Citrus Fair Parade on Saturday, February 16. Again Post 293 will sponsor National Guard military units with World War I members of the Post riding the equipment. This year an M 60 Tank and a mounted Howitzer on a Draggin Wagon will be I I III William Russell Ledford Post 293 featured. At this time it is not known what other equipment is entered, but you can bet that Dave Ramsey. Charles Harper, Walter Kerr. Henry Madden, Fred Vadon will be riding on over a million dollars worth of rolling sttk. Nothim, but first class for our WWI guys. The William Russeli " Ledfor-ff Post 293 American Legion will also sponsor the U.S. Coast Guard Band !remember it from the last Fourth of July Concert in the Park? , The Band will be riding on a Louisiana Pacific truck thanks to LP. Commander Joseph F. Anello is also trying to get another musical unit from Santa Rosa and the 40 & 8 l,n:onotive. All military The Legion will be spon- persmnel and visiting soring Bingo Games during Legionnarieswill be invited to the fair days as follows: he pin,cake breakfast before Saturday 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.; and after the parade to be Sunday 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.; held at the Veterans Monday 2 p.m. only. The Memorial Building The public is invited to attend. breakfast is open to the After the Citrus Fair days general public at $2.50 for the Legionnaires have their adults and $1.50 for children work cut out for them under 12. choosing three Cloverdale Htgh'School boys to send to Bt;y's Slate and two High School students to represent the post at the Youth En- vironmental and Agricultural Seminar. Any high school junior may apply to enter the competition. Interested students are asked to contact Mrs. Jane Nervo at the high school. Applications can now I I be filed to qualify for the American Legion's Scholarship Award, only graduating seniors are eligible for this Veterans who would be interested in becoming in- volved in working on projects as mentioned above, and can qualify to join the American Legion, are asked to call 894- 5107. USDA CHOICE MEATS CHUCK ROAST Boneless CHOPS Center Cut Open 9 a.m.- 7 p.m. Daily 345 S. Cloverdale Blvd. PRICES EFFECTIVE WED. JAN. 23 THRU TUE. JAN. 29 Hi- Dry Texsun PAPER PINK TOWELS GRAPEFRUIT' Giant Roll JUICE 46OZ. can 49 79 CUBE STEAK CROSS-RIB ROAST ,b199 BEEF LIVER ,099 BEEF CHUCK STEAK 00159 Boneless TOP SIRLOIN STEAK ,2 s9 PORK BUTT STEAK ,149 Bonnie Hubbard Campbells 149 SALAD OIL CHICKEN DINNER FRANKS ,b. ,,oz NOODLE i 39 SOUP REG. SMOKED HAM Who,eOn,, ,b 89 PEPSI-COLA 16oz. boffles 10%oz.can 4/lOO ,,, C) Tree Top *' APPLE JUICE V2 gal. 1 09 139 Nescafe Del Monte INSTANT COFFEE lOoz. I Bananas 4 '/1 3OZ. 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Apricots D/ 00/ Minute Maid Gelatin ,oz ORANGE JUICE 89 TOMATO SAUCE Green Onions 2/39 z Yellow Onions 3,/39 6, I ,: Oranges 5 '-/1 Celery 39 ,,,, , Lemons 10/1 c Turnips 29 Limes 3/39 Brussel Sprouts 3/89