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Poge g- Wednesdoy, August 6, 1990 American Legion Auxiliary By DENA GAMBEI"rA Last Sunday, William Russel Ledford Unit 293, American Legion Auxiliary, members motored to Vallejo at Post and Auxiliary building of 550 who were the hosts for the day. The commander and president were officially installed at the closeof the convention in Sacramento, but each district holds a formal installation at their own place so that other officers, both elective and appointive could be installed officially. The host post for the in- stallation is generally the place from where the com- mander is from. Howard A. Henry from Post 550 is the new commander for District Five, with Lois Jean Harrison from San Anselmo Unit 179 was installed as the new presidenl. Of interest to the local group was that Henrietta Ruppert from William Russell l.lford Unit 293, Cloverdale was installed as the District Musician. We are : so proud of Henrietta, and " feel fortunate to have her in our group, as she is an ex- cellent musician, and most posts and units do not have a musician. That office is a lelented .he and difficult to fill al limes. As you know, Henrietta is the official "; musician for the Drill and *&apos; Ritual Team, and has ar- k ended every installation this : year: and there have been • eight installations for the eam this year. Music adds so much (o any meeting or  function, and so, Henrietta,  you have given much pleasure and joy to many 'With y,ur talents• Henrietta belongs to l he Senior Citizens Syncopators, and is very active with them, and has never refused to play for other groups and organizations when asked. Henrietta's official job for the district will be to play at all opening and closing ceremonies of the meetings, as well as to sing special music at special times when indicated by the District president. Installing officers for the Auxiliary were Past Department President, Jean Brown, with a past depart- ment president Barbara Carlson acting as the honorary Sergeant at Arms, with Anna Lestenguet as the special chaplain. The men were installed by John J. Flynn, a past department commander and assisting him were past district commanders. It was a beautiful in- stallalion commencing at II a.m., followed by a delicious luncheon served by the host post and auxiliary. Attending from Cloverdale were Charles Silver, Lee Silver, president of our unit, Dena Gambetta, Henrietta Rup- pert, and her daughter Gerrie Ruppert. At the close of installation special gifts and presen- tations were made to both the president and the com- mander. William Rusll Ledford ladies surprised the president by presenting to her a tree of membership quota, which was 118 paid up members, with per capita mailed in on July 25. We believe we are the first in Department of California to bave achieved this goal, and we know that we are first in the district. Thanks to all of our fine members who were so prompt in paying their dues. The tree was a lovely manzanita branch with round circles of different colored construction paper with Ame r ica n Legi on every member's name printed on the colorful cir- cles, and then the branch was placed in a cemented vase, and it was a delightful picture to see. In fact, a picture, was taken of the Cloverdale group making the presentation to the president. Thanks to Ellis Flynn, who made the Membership Tree, and favored us with her talents. After the introduction of officers, the district president announced her chairmen for the 1980-81 year. Besides Henrietta Ruppert from our unit as musician, Dena Gambetta, was appointed the Communications Chairman for the Fifth District. This job is to write a monthly column for the district for the California Auxiliary News, to collected two copies of every unit's articles printed in their newspapers, and to compile a Press Book for competition if she wishes to, and afterwards present the book to the District President a the close of the year. We feel honored that two persons were chosen from our unil. since there are 24 units in the district, with some ,wenty chairmanships to fill. Remember no meeting for the ladies in August! The auxiliary is still busy manning their refreshment stand at the park, and until September will be busy with men's baseball games on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, with playoffs for Ponytail and Women's games. We do appreciate your patronizing our refresh- ment stand. I! is our only means of fundraising for our various program in our community. So when you are at the park stop by and get a snowcone, a coke, apple juice, gum or candy on these hot nights, and enjoy yourself as wel! as helping the auxiliary• Thank you, one and all ! • Willia m Russell Ledford By FRANK OLLENA may be the accompanist for The William Russell Ledford Post 293 AmeriCan '.Legion will hold its August meeling on Wednesday, August 13, at 8 pm. Because he Auxiliary does rot meet in ,he month of August, the Legion meeting will begin at 8 p.m. Usually we have a coffee and desert hour with he ladies• Commander Jack Durham urges all members to be. presen as several important ilems will be discussed, one being the poibility of for- ruing a choral group. So, if any of you think you can carry a tune, plan now to be present. The singing group will be open to the members of the Auxiliary also. Ac- cording to rumors, the Fifth District Auxiliary musician he new group if and when it is formed. At least I un- derstand pressure is being applied by Gerri Ruppert to obtain the pianist. Another item is the revamping and reorganizing of the Finance Officer's department. There is much to do here, I am sure you wuld want to be in on the discussion. To those who have not as yet paid their dues, let me remind you that it saves the post money and the Finance Officer and Adjutant a lot of time if you would pay your dues during the meeting. It would be very much ap- preciated. According to another rumor, another new member will be voted on for ac- ceptance. To welcome the Post 293 new member(s) should be reason enough to make the meeting. Commander Jack will have a report from the United Veterans Council that should be of interest to any veteran who is interested in buying a home with the Cal Vet loan• If you or any veteran you know has any questions onthe subject, Jack will tell you how to get the answers from the "horse's mouth." Any veteran who thinks he or she is eligible and willing to become a member of a working veterans organization is invited to attend and possibly be ac- cepted into one of the finest American Legion Posts in the State of California• Just ask anyone in Cioverdale about the William Rnssell Ledford Post 923. ' SRJC offers wide choice 0f orientation and counseling opportunities Students who are new to Santa Rosa Junior College and continuing SRJC ,, students who have not yet been counseled for Fall Semestgr are invited t 9 , participate in "College ,i Discovery Days" on campus during the month of August to receive counseling and : orientation. Day students wlm see a counselor or attend one of ,,. qhe "college Discovery Da's" workshops will receive " priority to register earlier , than those students who do ,, .-'! according to Evelyn • Pollard, Assistant Dean of Student Services. The SRJC cemmellng staff is offering a variety of options to help smooth the student's Way into college and help him-her learn what courses ., and services are available at , SRJC. "College D00covery D,y"  w, rkshops indudo am op- portunity to take SRJC's Diagnostic Reading Test, . which determlmm placement in English and other courses. Half-day orientation sessions and one-day sessions that include tseth, campus .,urs and group will be offered on weekdays, beginning Augtm S. orientation  will be offered Thursday Auu 14, or Wednesday, AttaN 30, and a Saturday mm'ning erlea- tation will be offereJ August 16. Another option that offers an in-depth orientation to the college involves enrollment in Guidance 65, a one-unit course that meets Monday throug Friday mornings for one week. Guidance 65 is offered August 11-15 or August 18-22. For people who are already familiar with the campus but would like to see a counselor to ask a few quick questions, Counseling will be available throughout the month of August. Fall classes begin Sep- tember 2 at Santa Rosa Junior College, and students with priority registration appointments will register the week of August 25 in the Men's Gym. A spectal Open Registration has been scbeduled on Friday. August 29, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. for people without priority registration ap- pointments. The college will continue to accept lste registrations unt/l Seember 22 for classes that are not filled. For information about counseling and )rigntation, call "College Discovery Days" at SlC 527.4335 or  527.4274. Snap Menu Aupst 6 Pineapple Juice Barbecued Ccken Rice Pilaf s00luach Fruit Jello Aqast ? Cole Slaw Pork Chops Sliced Carrots Wholewheat Bread Cinnamon Ale Rin AnOintS Orsnge Juice Pickled  Salad Pastrami Macaroni Salad Roll Fresh Fruit Alqpmt 11 Vegetable Salad Chicken Chow Meln Chow Meln Noodles Broccoli Applesauce and Aagast It I,ettuce-Tonmto Salad Italian qpbles Fremh Bread Frmh Fruit Citrus Squares By WES CROSS A new beginners square dance class for adults will start Sept. 8 at 7 p.m. t Jefferson School on North Street. Those who have been thinking about learning square dancing but have been afraid to start Jcause they don't know anything about it- this is your chance. Everyone will be starting from scratch. There will be dance, the caller calls suc- ceive portions of the dance, calh tips, until the end of the dance.'?IDs are similar to e individualdances in ballroom dancing in that ¢ach has a beginning and an end with rests in between. Also, the dance organizers may schedule a break sometime during the evening. Each tip typically consists .f wo pars: a patter call followed by a singing call. However, the caller may rearrange this pattern at his discretion (sometimes two singing calls, sometimes a long patter call, or a reversal of the two parts). A singing call is a prearrangeO sequence of movements performed to a specific musical recording (a talented caller may sometimes modify the choreography). Singing calls are similar to popular music recordings in that they rise and fall in popularity. Som e oldies (but goodies) are so popular that they are often repeated. The patter call portion of the tip is a series of calls selected by the caller to exercise the skills of the dancers. Most callers use this opportunity to invent new and clever please the caller will protion dancers (new Io wishes. The Squares at Jeffers Leighton experienced dancers on hand `........`............... to help out and show you the moves. The two most important aspects of square dancing: structure of the dance, arrangements leading to the dance. Square dances and square dance classes are arranged by individuals who set up all the necessary surroun- dings 'making it possible to carry out required ,rganizational structure of he dance. dance is scheduled to begin, the caller will tell the dancers to form into squares. The group of eight people flour couples) who make up the square is called a set. As a set, they only form a square when each of the couples occupy a side of the square formation. So, the word "set" is a general term used' to refer to the eight dancers regardless of the formation that they are in at any moment. After starting the Manzanita Manor Musin By JAN FREEMAN Our summer heat wave is finally upon us which means iced tea, lemonade, air conditioners, cold showers and anything to escape the high temperatures. It also means one more month till school starts and a lot of mothers will be happy to get back into the routine and so will many children (including my own). The countdown begins at • the Manor too. Some of our staff will be returning to school and that will leave vacancies that will be hard to fill. We've had some vacancies in our resident's too. Sadly, Millie Hauser passed away Friday, Ju!y 26, and <ur sympathy is extended to her son, John Wright and family. Happily. June Vesey, who has been with us for a year, has been able to move to Sunny Slope Rest whome in Forestville, a lesser care facility, because of a remarkable recovery. We're sorry to lose June, as she has become a real part of ur family,but we're always glad to see someone able to go home or to a place where they can care for themselves. The bit even is yet to CCllle ! "Love and Friendship Week" Director d is only three weeks away! alongwth Nine days from today, August named 15, is the deadline for you to have your wedding gown and Santa pictures here to be you it was. catalogued and p=epared for modeling. I need everything here by then to be sure and have all the information in order. I get more excited as he day draws nearer. Each day brings a host of won- derful ideas and people to help make this one of the greatest things to happen at Manzanita ! Roseann McEntee, our talent, it are very to have at the August 26, off our a solid hour and dance, lift your your are as our ternoon.  Oil of Olay 4 oz. ,pn Vitamin C • Saleway, 500 mg, .......... 11)0 ii ' • i ct. Jergen's Lighter. Fluid Lotion, 10 oz. Safeway, Charcoal, 32 oz. $, Safeway For ONE-STOP SHOPPING Insect Spray [ Oxy 10 Cutter, 6•1 oz. Acne Medication :-:.:::. : 1 oz. '14sN 'Is0 COMPARE OUR PRICES SEE HOW YOU SAVE! Edge Shave Cream Protective. 7 oz. 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