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Cloverdale, California
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December 24, 1980

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ior Citizens News luncheon December II :30 a.m. with opator's Band carols, as good as Ruppert and geted us as in with "Merry greetings and were 110 members Guests and Kevin 14 months old. stole the whole older Americans m tiny folks so much. Washington 3rd graders e caroling and one recited, the Chris[mas," to mind our experiences! "Happy Bir- and the doxology, h vices CLARY Effects of that you are what does Basically it will be over the (18) for the seek medical. he.lp You will be for payin for erviees and your will no Ionge be them for may enter into such as auto installment credit, Without parental A minor is not bound by a con- I agreement, but you can sue and BE Your own name. I no longer have the of your parents' You have t sup- Your parents if they wish, but 'not have to. the rlt to your and will have no over you. m may establish your anywhere buy and sell 300 and 601 of and Institution will apply to can apply for a without parents  no for any of your wrongful act for can besuedor financially ac- are not ex go to school where not parent. court, la@ to you. In matters you will handled through court. may apply for food al other but if they become of support, the can to resdnd hat on your own. Your are not responsible wbe st feel rules or at- suit them. you petition for be sure you with information help the decision services could also I)ebra Prince at for Youth ao,a. She is the tl advisor who minors msddng with Orville Burnside giving the opening prayer. The lunch was just grand Supervisor Nick Esposti brought two roasted turkeys and carved them for us, too! Thank you so much ? There were also two hams with all the trimmings, a beautiful birthday cake and pies of all kinds. Alice Brewster and crew decorated the tables with Christmas greenery and ornaments. They were lovely. Thank you folks for your TLC ! ! Nora Trappy and Ruth Csonka roasted the hams. Frank Astel and his crew set up tables and also put them away after dinner and cleaned up the hall. Also thanks to all the kitchen crew for your good work! Sorry to say there were so many on the sick lis last month. Mil Allen sent get well cards to Charles Garrison, Edith Patterson, Unds t uliHIei a Hh, dC ir. OIis r" Dora Lingner, Bernard Lile, Dica Hartleg, Gus Eckenburg, Loren Moore, Rev. Jarret, Louise Crawford, Evelyn Lutz, and HarmanAustin. Our piano player was back with us, although there has been no change in her husband's condition. Have courage, Mrs. Mien;and e wish better health for your husband. The business meeting opened with "Pledge of Allegiance" and "America" sung by all. The most important thing on the agenda was getting enough members to attend the meetings and getting a building for our dub. If we all get together and push it through we can get states, county or government aid to aging. If you are willing, contact Rachel G, 894-3810. She can fill you in on when, where and how. The following people won door prizes: Vio Herman, Esther Willlamson, Viola Mack, Alice Brewster, Pauline Shadduck, Mia Krause, Bob Oshorn, Ruth Csonka, Bea Williams, Leah Noriel, Mrs. Osborn donated four lovely dished that went to Jesse Swift, Sedolia Cavallo, Jino Montoya, the fourth -- neither Ernest Krause nor I got the name so il you aren't here on the list we are sorry. Our card party for the 27th has been cancelled because it's so near Ou'istmas. The next one will be January 24, 1961, also the Catholic card party will be January 10, 1981. The next senior citizens meeting will be January 14. To all I missed and each and everyone in Cloverdale, my husband and I wish to express our heart felt gratitude for our place in our town and extend our greetings for a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Grange card party Dec, 27 The regular monthly card party will be held Saturday, ' December 27 at the Grange Hall at 8 p.m. Prizes will bf awarded for ea.h game ahd k door prize will also be given. Refreshments will be served. The donation is $I. Try and have a group for your table so no one will be disappoin|ed: 345 S. Cloverdale Blvd. NEW HOURS: 9 am - 7 pm Oilily DATES EFFECTIVE Wed., Dec. 24 thru Tues., Dec. 30 Colortex Gold N%=dal PAPER FLOUR NAPKINS 5 lb. 60 count 311 o0 DA CHOICE MEATS :ED HAM Who o.,, Foster Farm's FRESH FROZEN TURKEY London Broil v.s.o. cho,c. Sirloin Tip Roast Tender Rump Roast we, Trimmed Top Round Steak T.Oer = Cube Steak Tenderized Cut Pork Chops ,. Pet Star Kist CANNED TUNA MILK 6V' OZ. Tall Can Pork Steak Lan Link Sausage Fresh 1 1 g Potatoes 10 Ib, Bag 1  Golden Ripe 3=./1 Frito-Lay PEPSI-COLA POTATO 6 Pack 12 OZ. cans CHIPS 49 Twin Pack Potatoes Nllum 4,../1 00 Potatoes .=om S,z. 3,=./1 Celery .,. s,., 39' Bonnie Hubbard FACIAL TISSUE Pillsbury BISCUITS 200 Count 7 oz. '* 5/1" j Fresh Apples R. Washington Fancy Red Apples ,,,c,- , , ,,o 89' Apples ,,c....c.,. 89' Monte Pineapple 8 oz. can Sliced-Chunk-Crushed Bonnie Hubbard Yams 59 2V2 can Ocean Spray Cranberry Juice 48 oz. Lindsay, Large . Whole Olives 303 can Post Toastles 18 oz. Libby Betty Crocker 99' Cake Mixes ,2 oz. 1 Stir & Serve 1 29 Sliced Peaches 2189' In Juice 303 can Kraft Cream Cheese 8 OZ. 59 $ Bold Detergent + King Size 79' Libby Royal Pumpkin 59' Gelatin 2/2 C 3 OZ. 411 o Ocean Spray Cranberry Sauce 2189' Reynolds 303 can AluminUm Foil Betty Crocker Instant Potatoes 13 oz. Snow Clam Chowder 15 oz. can Nabisco 25 ft. Cinch Corn Bread Mix 11 oz. Dove Bar Soap Reg. Ken- L- Rat ion Food 49' " 311 379 Snack Crackers I-o9 Cabin Syrup 2,4 oz. Country Kitchen Bonnie Hubbard Butter ,b. Grade AA N Birdseye COOL WHiP 8 OZ. Pet PIE SHELL o 9.. Bonnie Hubbard TINY PEAS 10 oz. Aunt Jemima JUMBO WAFFLES 10 oz. i