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1 "erican Legion Auxiliary ETTA Poppy William Unit 293, Auxiliary in readiness in Clover- 17. There in the you can Namely Fair, and to enerous for your up at your be from day, and so be be no one would nmy hours. COmmunity call distributed the ;top by and These students School also be on the Poppy poppy was amidst little in fields of our The poppy, famous has flower Legion n Page 7 can ex- early stage, that may adults and better by ex- Japan, are age, is capitol governing by the every and student D.C. about it, would be and or her it in a millions it be nice would for and then we would if this all the library, public teachers, thus the gas driver. ts quite and students part in dollar go on, and will of the MOrse's of the Morse's gorgeous tissue on their in cam- They and children Thanks between a week This is u:,sday, la cot- these well start II: 15 at the and join giving a as part treat ou all are to this -hool. Auxiliary. The American and Auxiliary at their Legion was the First National meetings on May 14th, and organization to adopt as its will be on hand to open Poppy Memorial Flower (National Days on May 16th and 17th. Convention. Cleveland, Tammy made her own September 27-29, 1920), the costume, and has already Flanders Poppy.. The appeared before the schools, American Legion Auxiliary and with the mayor signing adopted the Poppy as its the Poppy Proclamation. Memorial flower at its very On May 5th Geyserville first Convention in Kansas held their annual May Day City, October, 1921. Festival, and honored the Tammy Kaserman, Miss auxiliary by inviting our Western Poppy will be Color Guard to present the appearing before the Legion colors at the opening ceremonies. Color Guard consisted of Lorraine Wallius, Claudia Reck, Irene Ferrari and Dena Gambetta. Thanks to Ray Reck for being the chauffeur. On Sunday, May 5th, also, the auxiliary opened the refreshment stand at the city park, where they will be open for your convenience Whenever the women, ponytail and men play baseball. This year we have expanded our supplies for the J Wednesday, May 14, 1980 - Page 9 public convenience. You have been so good to us in the past by patronizing the stand, for which we say thank you. (This is our only means of funding our various programs which are all ex- pended within the com- munity, and with the veteran and his family. This year we have cola, apple juice, seven-up, diet seven-up, and root beer for your drinks. We have grape, cherry, lime and root beer syrups for the snowcones; we have several different candy bars, plus some that are twenty cents, some ten cents, some suckers at five cents, bubble gum at three cents, and jaw breakers at two cents. We have cracker- jacks, goobers peanuts, sunflower seeds, regular peanuts, plain and barbecued potato chips, and when we open daily will have hot dogs as well. And of course we always have hot coffee on " hand. So until the end of May and stand will only be opened on Sunday evenings, until the regular girl's and men's games are scheduled. Thank you for patronizing us; we do appreciate it. Elsie announces 34 paid up members. If you haven't paid please send in your dues today to Elsie. We found this little quote. Three Classes. Some ob- server once noted that there are three categories of members...those who make things happen, those who watch things happen, and those who wonder what happened. Please attend the last auxiliary meeting for our president Theresa Tollini on May 14th, and express your appreciation of her services given as president this year. She has been. a fine leader, and we had a great auxiliary year ! Thank you, Theresa ! USDA CHOICE MEATS BONELESS CHUCK ROAST U.S.D.A. Choice 345 S. Cloverdale Blvd. Open 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. Daily PRICES EFFECTIVE WED., MAY 14THRU TUES., MAY 20 Del Monte Bonnie Hubbard CATSUP CANNED 24oz. MILK Tall Can CHUCK STEAK .., Buy LONDON BROIL U.S.D.A. Quality ;IRLOIN STEAK Best Quality CROSS RIB ROAST Bes, Qua.ty GROUND BEEF Lean BACON END Sliced ,CHICKEN THIGHS ,b1=9 ,b.269 ,,, 2"" ,2 o9 69 2 BEEF STEW Lean 'b,l"" lb. 13, ,59 Palmolive Hi-C FRUIT DRINK ,b89 BONELESS BARBECUE STEAK b.2' 46OZ. DISHWASHING DETERGENT Giant Size 89 69 Bag Potatoes ,0,. 65 Bag Potatoes ,b 129 ox,o, Bananas oo,,..,, 3 '/89 * DETERGENT King Si;,e Asparagus Green & Crisp 79. Lemons Large Size 10/1 Oranges Navel 4,/89' Soft n .Pretty BATHROOM TISSUE 4 Roll Pkg. 89 2 59 COCA-COLA 16oz. Bottles Ch[cken of the Sea Yams 4,b/1 o: Sweet Potatoes 4 ,/1 CHUNK TUNA 6]-2 oz. Cabbage Solid Head 17 83 Turnips Fresh 29, Bonnie Hubbard Applesauce 303 can 3/1 0 Bonnie Hubbard Fruit Cocktail 2189  303 can Nalley Chill 59 with Beans Reg. or Hot 15oz. Ocean Spray Cranapple 1 o, Juice 48OZ. Lifebouy Bath Soap Schilling Black Pepper 4OZ. Golden Grain Elbow Macaroni I lb. pkg. 3/100 79 49 Fireside Saltine Crackers I lb. A-1 Meat Sauce 13" 10oz. All 899 Detergent Family Size Ajax Cleanser 49 21 oz. Hinode CaI-Rose Rice $ lb. pkg. I s9 Stokley Whole Kernel Corn 303 can Bonnie Hubbard Blackeye Peas 303 can Del Monte Pineapple Sliced- Chunk 20oz. 411 0 4/1 0 Kelloggs Corn Flakes 99 18oz. Fish Ahoy Cat Food 189 4 lb. pkg. Kraft Velveta Cheese 2 lb. M.J.B. Coffee Uonnie Hubbard Whole Peeled Tomatoes 303 can 2 99 Fair Acres MEAT PIES Chicken - Turkey .- Beef 6oz. Bonnie Hubbard 411 o Handy Pak HASH BROWNS 39' .2lb. , ,3"  ,b5 99 "Morton CREAM PIES 39' i Chic. - Lemon- Banana 41100 v:,. ,,. TINY PEAS 3/10 10oz.