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July 16, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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Wednesday, July 16, 1980- Page 7 Citizens News was and were They feel so were 102 guests us. we and Milton Allen, Jeri Chain and Alice Brewster sold us our tickets, Alice also decorated the tables with beautiful flowers and greens in large vases. After lunch we had a guest speaker. Mr. Charles An- derson who spoke on SSI and Medi-Cal. SSI as you know is federally funded and is a supplement to those of low income. He will help on any questions pertaining to the subject. Another thing we should go after is the renewal of the Car-A-Van contract on Jan. 1, 1981. There are so many of us who cannot drive to doctors. we do need this van. How are you going to keep doctors appointments if you can't get lhere? Ruth Csonka and Pauline Barnes said they will look into this matter for us. It seerMs to me that the same people do all the doing while the rest of us just sit there and never do a thing ! I'm one of lhese myself. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Elderkin were guests of Rhia LaViolette. Rev. George and Mrs. Lula McCormack were guesls of Rachel Garrison. Olher guests were Philip Chiassi. Betty Cooper and Harold Kofah. Theresa Tollini and l_,oren Moore said 1hey will call for Bingo if anyone wuld like to play. Nexi social day is July 23. Nexl Grange card game is July 26 Hope to see you ! here. Our sunshine chairperson Mil Allen reports Virgie Shaver still on the sick list. Ella Call and Lois Kinsey also on the lisl. Gel well girls, we miss you. We are so pleased 1o see Leah Noriel able to be back wilh uS. She has had so much sickness lately. We are likely to lose our shopping bus, so had better ask our local business houses if they will cooperate to get it left for us. We have decided that those who do our cooking shall have a free ticket, which is right as they put in so many hours of their time; frying chicken for instance. All the people who set up tables, help in the kitchen, decorate and clean up after us were thanked for their work. They are a fine dedicated group who care about our club. Betty Cooper has the following tours: Aug. 15 - Six day tour to Vancouver, S545. Sept. 13 - Love Boat to Alaska, $2,226. Oct. 11-25 - Mid America Southern tour, $1,180. Nov. 29 - SS. Oceanic Independence to Hawaii, $1,402. The following persons won door prizes: Ruth McNeil, Nels Jensen, Verna Bishop, Ruth Godden, Thelma Cush- man, Lorene Callahan, Paul Gibson, Gus Eckinburg, Esther Williamson and Genevieve Cavnaut (who was a guest ). People we miss are: Mr. and Mrs. Cooke, Marion Williams, and still missing Lou Hodgkinson. Remem- ber, smile and the world smiles with you. Weep and you weep alone! Try smiling - it works every time. Until next time take care Jan June Dencler Man- Laurine are Foster, June cook was Iso much to I, finger Mil affair rousing Qoverdale contributing The local hosted a slab and five Several and With the Par- from Cliff and and Kit Connie and Onita Barbara . loverda le Janie Becky Louise Betty Jennie Arlene Padgett, Ken group in and miles of then to City park couples July group at the at the the Jim San An- toward '-P.m. on that there :rag at 3 They changed Would be Heald- they can- and at- and a close square q square of the to the steps in do a rtine to Citrus a new Class in Citr ts ale nights dancers p.m. )Untry are to 10 in are or to the of the of / 345 S. Cloverdale Blvd. NEWHOURS: 9a.m.-8o.m. Daily Orchid Mr. Jumbo PAPER TOWELS 49 Swift CANNED HAM 3 lb. 499 USDA CHOICE MEATS GROUND BEEF Penny Fair's Own Lean SIRLOIN STEAK U.S.0.A. choice LONDON BROIL Best Quality GROUND CHUCK Best in town Fresh Sliced BEEF LIVER PORK BUTT STEAK Lean BACON ENDS In 3 lb. BOX Only ,b.1 29 ,b. 309 b. 2 79 ,bl 79 , ,b.1 o9 m.1 59 ,.49 Betty Crocker HAMBURGER HELPER all varieties SMOKED HAM HOCKS Kraft (. size Bulk, Lean MAYONAISE ,. Fresh Frozen ,'. , PORK SAUSAGE RED SNAPPER FILLET ,b79 tbl 19 ,b179 69 I s, Peaches Fresh Cling 3 './ 10O ........... , Nectarines 39700. Campbell CREAM OF MUSHROOM SOUP 3189 ! Cherries 8900,. , Green Onions 5/1 TOMATO JUICE 46 oz. can Corn on the Cob 5/1 *0 Bananas 3,,./1 o Budweiser BEER 12 Pack 3 79 pEPSI PEPSI-COLA & SUNKIST ORANGE 16 oZ. -offles 19 Oranges 4 ,./89 * Italian Squash 3,./89 Yellow Squash Summer Squash 39L Speas Apple Juice Cd. size Nalley Purina Rosarita 69 Butcher Blend 3 79 RefrJed Beans 49 10 lb. 303 can Chili with Beans 59 Reg. or Hot 15 oz. Dole Pineapple 3/1 o Sliced, Crushed,Chunk 8 oz. Contadina Tomato Sauce 6 OZ. can 6/1 0 S&W Vegetables Cut Green Beans Whole Kernel Corn Stewed Tomatoes 303 can Generic Apricots Whole Unpeeled Can Hubbard EggNoodles Sunshine Kraft Hi-He Crackers 89 * 1 lb. V2 gal. / Vlasic Kosher-Polski l9 Dill Pickles 46 OZ. Wide-Medium 12 oz. Glade Air Freshner 49* 6 OZ. 3/1 0 . ,,, 49 Sta-Puf , Fabric Softner 149 / Imperial j! Soft Margarine 79 1 lb. tub Ball Park 179 Wieners 1 lb. Kraft Bar-B-O Sauce Orange Juice 1 49 Minute Maid Pink Lemonade & Fruit Punch 79 18 oz. Fair Acres MEAT PIES chicken, beef, turkey Mrs. Smiths APPLE PiE 26 OZ. 4/100 129 Aunt Jemima JUMBO WAFFLES 69  11 oz. Van De Kamp FISH FILLETS 12 OZ 69