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Installations will be held on Wednesday June 11. Commander Anello has lined up the Installation Team from Theodore Post 21, Santa Rosa to do the honors. Anello has also lined up another event which he is keeping a secret until Wednesday June 11. All he will say is that it will be a night you will never forget. Only paid up Legionnaires and their families and invited guests will be present for the ceremonies due to the limited seating capacity. So mark your calendars now. Because 2nd Vice Com- mander Bob Green has been transferred to Eureka for two months, Anello filled the seat by appointing Comrade Hank "the old salt" Madden to fill the vacancy until the elec- tions. Also nominated were Charles Harper as Chaplain and Anello as Service Officer, The membership voted to hold a chicken barbeque at the Cloverdale City Park on May 31 as a fund raiser for the Vienna trip by the Cloverdale Eagles High School Band. The High School Band will perform on that day and all are invited to the barbeque. Tickets are on sale now, any band member or Legionnaire has tickets for sale at $4 each. The Legion will also have a beer booth at the park. All profits will go to the band fund. Durham, Mack and Watts will be the chief cooks. The Army, Navy and Air Force will be represented. No Marine cooks? Last Sunday Charles and Leahona Harper, Dena Gambetta and Joe and Laura Anello attended the Fifth District meeting at Clearlake Highlands. Anello and Harper were instrumental in selling some barbeque tickets to various Legionnaires. The date for the cleanup of the Cloverdale Cemetery has been set for Sunday, May 18. Sam Alexander, faculty advisor for the Rio Lindo Academy, will arrive early that morning with his "crew" of high school students to clean up and repair as much Wednesday, April 16, 1980 - Page 11 -as possible the damage caused by vandalism at the cemetery. On Saturday, May 31, Memorial Day services will be conducted at 11 a.m. to honor the veterans who gave their all in time of war. Comrade Madden has or- dered flowers for each veteran buried in the local cemetery. Durham and Anello will make an attempt to find all of the veterans at the cemetery. Anyone having a veteran buried there is asked to contact AneUo in order that the grave will not be missed for decoration. White crosses will also mark the final resting place of our fallen comrades. Commander Anello invites everyone to attend the ser- vices to be held at the ceremony. The barheque to raise funds for the band's trip will be held shortly af- terwards. Here again everyone is invited to attend. USDA CHOICE MEATS ROUND STEAK ,199 345 S. Cloverdale Blvd.  GROUND BEEF Lean lb. 1 s Open 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. Daily PRICES EFFECTIVE WED., APRIL 16 THRQUGH _TUES., APRIL 22 Bonnie Hubbard FACIAL TISSUE 200 count PEPSI-COLA 16oz. Bottles 1 09 STEAK CHUCK STEAK CHUCK ROAST Boneless BEEF CUBE STEAK PORK STEAK ,b.3 99 Jb.1 59 lb. 1 99 lb.2 69 lb. 1 29 PORK BUTT ROAST Chicken of the Sea CHUNK TUNA )nnm HUBBRRD Bonnie Hubbard GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 46oz. can 9v2 can lO 9 79* BEEF LIVER Fresh Sliced SMOKED HAM HOCKS Bananas Golden Ripe +99 ,b79 3,/lOO Del Monte Purina KETCHUP DOG CHOW 14oz. 50 lb. 39* 5" Oranges Sweet n Juicy 5'b /lOO Bag Potatoes ,o, rooms No, 169=b. Yams 4 '. / 1 oo Crisco VEGETABLE OIL 24oz. Cheer DETERGENT Family Size 1 o, 539 Green Onions 5/1 0 Yellow Onions 3 +/39* White Onions Lemons 10/1 0 Carrots Cello 5 Bags / 100 lb. Libbys Green Beans Kernel Corn 303 Can Libbys Potted Meat 3oz. 3/1 0 4/1 0 Bonnie H,bba rd Salad Macaroni 1 lb. Betty Crocker Blueberry Muffins 13oz. Kraft Mayonnaise Qt. Size Campbells Tomato Soup I01/2OZ. Can Bonnie Hubbard Applesauce 303 can Bonnie Hubbard Pineapple Sliced - Chunk - Crushed 303 can 49 99 1 4/100 3/1 0 49 8ooe Minute-Maid Orange Juice 1/2 Gal. Nucoa Margarine 1 lb. Bonnie Hubbard Mushrooms Stem & Pieces Folgers Instant Coffee 10OZ. Ballard" Biscuits 7OZ. Bonnie Hubbard 4oz. Aluminum Foil Kraft 139 American Singles 1 99 1 lb. Stack Pack 9 Generic Mandarin Oranges 49' I IGz 49 Texize Spray N Wash 1 49 14oz. 4 99 6/1 0 25 ft. Schilling Imitation Vanilla 79 2oz. Nabisco Honey Graham Crackers 89 129 Top Flavor Strawberry Jam 2 lb." N FOOD Bonnie Hubbard PEAS 10OZ. 4/1 0 ,Eggo WAFFLES 11oz. 69 Van De Kamps MEXICAN DINNER 12oz. Mrs. Smiths APPLE PIE 1 89