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Cloverdale, California
February 20, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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February 20, 1980

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i American Legion Auxiliary igion Auxiliary ,o continue bingo ENA of the this written on . the Citrus therefore it is a to you 01 the Post's But at this. from nita ngs GAYLOR 21, 19e0 is How dks Manzanita here, Nursing and to give the term bring up a e jot)). are doing , Care to a larger ever before, only done in the receive 150 I00 hours floor as an 50 hours of Instruction from signs, and to how to PSycho-social that time for what they and those who 'tified by the raise, then sends official Cer- to be carried All this try on the job wonderful of unem- for artiest go to the Kris Gonzales, Ida Machado, Phipps, Laura Jane Davis, COuncil Page I said of PrOgram is this acUon to was ap- Sgt. Art 18. COmmended many extra 'ritbout pay. county men- Mike mmion in a rape act.a.y the center. the of the was for for the rment to Wednesday, February 20, 1980- Page 11 William Russell Ledford Post 293 Watergate) it looks as though the rains may stop and our entries will have given a good account of themselves. Throughout the affair, I must say that Janice Corey, editor of the Reveille has been very cooperatice in giving the Post lineage concerning the Post's activities in connection with the Citrus Fair Parade. And now that the parade and pancake breakfast are history (they will be by the time you read this) we go on to the next project; the cleanup of the local cemeteries. While the Post is spearheading the project and the students of Rio Londo Academy will be the main work force, the Post invites anyone,youn4g'and old, to give a hand. The date will be decided upon very soon. However, I would like to ask everyone to mark their calendars on Sunday, May 25 as a reminder to he present at the cemetery for Memorial Day Services to be conducted by the William Russell l.,edford Post 293. Additional information will be for- thcoming. Because of the teriffic response to the January $100 bingo the Legion's Bingo committee decided to con- tinue to award $100 for the blackout game. The February game will begin at 7:30 p.m. on February 27 at the Cloverdale Veterans Memorial Building. Everyone is invited to attend. There is always plenty of free coffee, and you can meet many of the local residents during the friendly games. With the prices of gasoline going up every day the Legionnaires feel that the Bingo games will offer many the opportunity to "get out" and meet new faces. And who knows you may come home with some of the loot. The Legion keeps only 25 percent of the take to support the various youth programs such as the Children's Annual Christmas Party, Boys State, and others. The balance of the money is given to the players in the form of prizes. Bridge Winners A]tendance at the Margaret Weaver Cloverdale Duplicate Bridge 2rid - Jack Myers-George ,Club on Valentine's Day was Hunter ,down somewhat because of 3rd- Katherine Baxter-Bill the Citrus Fair preparations. Forrester The following members placed: 4th - Earl Conaway-Chucl 1st Bette Murphy- Carlson ) USDA CHOICE MEATS Chicken Noodle T-BONE or PORTER HOUSE STEAK Foster Farms 345 S. Cloverdale Blvd. WHOLE CHICKEN ,0059 Open 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. Daily 99 DATES EFFECTIVE WED., FEB. 20 THRU TUES., FEB. 26 CHUCK ROAST Boneless lb. 1 .Tide DETERGENT John Morrel CANNED HAM Giant Size 5 lb. I 49 899 ItdJ( j tl(jprt I CHUCK STEAK CUBE STEAK SIRLOIN STEAK BEEF LIVER BEEF STEW 'b.1 s9 ,b.269 ,b.289 ,.99 lb. 199 Frito- Lay POTATO CHIPS PEPSI-COLA Twin Pack 6-Pak 69 149 BACON Sliced HAM HOCKS Apples ,,, Red Delicious ,.79 ,.79 3 '/1 / Apples Golden Delicious 3 ,/1 Del Monte TOMATO CATSUP 24OZ. Cascade Dishwashing DETERGENT King Size 69 1  Bananas Lemons 3 ,/1 12/100 Green Onions 2/29 Yellow Onions 3/29 Campbell Blue Bonnet . CHICKEN MARG,ARIN "OO%'zSOU" 4/100 49 Red Onions 2 '/39 Cabbage 1 5 , Cello Carrots 5/100 Oranges 5 '/1 Hormel Chill with Beans Reg. or Hot 15oz. Wagner Orange Drink 32oz. Bonnie Hubbard Peaches Slicedor Halved 21/2 can Skippy Dog Food 150Z. Red Rose Tea Bags 48 Count Swanson Chicken Broth 303 can Van Camps Pork 'N Beans 21/2 can Green Giant Vegetables Cut Green Beans Sweet Peas 303 can Oscar Nyer Sliced Bacon lib. Ballard 1 *" Biscuits 6/1 oo 7oz. 49 5/1 0 119 4/1 0 0 z MIImr/ r// m/ Kraft American Cheese Deluxe Sliced 12oz. Bonnie Hubbard Tomatoes Sunshine 139 Vanilla Wafers 11oz. 4/1 0 303 can Lord & Lady Tuna 5/1.00 for Cat 6oz. Larsen Mixed 3/1 oo Vegetables 303 can Wisk Detergent 32oz. 1 39 59 Dole .Pineapple 3/1 Sliced Chunk Crushed 8:oz. Del Monte 3/1 Polish Dill Pickles 69 26OZ. Nabisco Ritz Crackers I lb. 99 Kraft Marshmallows 3/100 101/4oz. Bonnie Hubbard O.A.G. Ju,c, 69 12oz. can Swanson PRE-FRIED CHICKEN 159 11oz. Bonnie Hubbard TiNY PEAS 3/1 10oz. 1 lb. Eggo BRAN WAFFLES 49