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14 Tht Newi-Review, Roseburg, Or Wed., Sept. 7, 1949
Patch ind Chat The Patcli
and Chat club will meet Thurs
day evening at 8 o'clock at the
home of Mn. C. Domenico.
Team to Practice The EaRleg
auxiliary drill team will practice
at 8 o'clock Thursday evening at
the Eagles hall.
Meeting Te Be Held The Rifle
Range Sewing club will mei't
Thursday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Belle Clinton.
Postponed The clean-up day
and rummage sale planned by
the Garden Valley Women's cluo
has been postponed.
Rotary Anns to Meet Rotaiy
Anns will meet Thursday at a
no-hostess luncheon from 12 to
1:30 o'clock at the Rainbow Grill.
W. B. A. to Meet The Wom
an's Benefit association will meet
Thursday at 2 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. Ella Moore. 1423
N. Stephens street.
LOOKING FOR A
i talk with
if Sons Carpet Co.
HERE IN PERSON
10:00 A. M.
Civic Room, t'mpqua
Let her solve your deco
rating problems, as only
on expert can. Let her
show you how easily, how
inexpensively you con
make on old room look
new with color. Come to
her exciting lecture,
where you'll see her
brond new, Hollywood
pro d u c e H Kodachrome
slides obout home decoro
tion. Plan to hove o per
sonal chot with her, too
You'll find Clara Dudley's
advice will be worth a for
tune to you yet your
Clora Dudley interview is
Get your FREE copy
of Clara Dudley's
t 111 North Jackson
Active Club Meets Rosrburg
Active lub will meet Thursday at
7 a. m. for breakfast in the Shall
Enjoy Fair Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Coleman of Koseburg have re
turned home, following a trip to
Salem to enjoy the Slate fair.
Able To Be Out Walter Cloake,
who has been seriously ill at his
home on South Stephens street
for several months, is able to be
Powells Home Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Powell have returned to
their home in Koseburg. follow
ing a trip to Salem to attend the
Enjoy Fair Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Muil have returned lo
their home In Roseburg, follow
ing a trip to Salem to attend
the state fair.
Returns Here II. W. Groves
and family have returned to their
home In Roseburg. following a
trip to Salem to attend the Stale
H. E. C. to Meet The Ever
green Home Economics club will
meet at a noon potluck luncheon
Thursday at the hall with Mabel
Lange, Gladys Stafford and
Blanche Upton, hostesses.
Auction Sale An auction sale
will be held during the meeting
of the Nnrthairlp Sunshine r.in
Thursday afternoon at I he home
oi jvirs. ueorgc frew, ZJI fcast
commercial avenue, fcach mem
ber Is asked to bring guests.
Community Club to Meet La
dies of the Winchester Commu
nity club are Invited to meet at
11: JO o'clock Thursday for
luncheon at the clubhouse with
Mrs. Anccl Kctcherside and Mrs
Jim Davidson, hostesses.
H. E. C. To Meet Rlversduie
nume economics club wli meet
at the home of Mrs. W. O. Heck-
With on Tinfon mart Knnt Q A
potluck luncheon will be served
i i ociock. iviemoers are asked
10 oring tneir tame service.
Returns To Work Lerov Hint!
has resumed his dulies as chief
engineer at KRNR radio station,
following a week's vacation. With
his family, he spent a couple of
days at Diamond lake last week.
Back From Eugene Donn Ra
dabaugh returned to his home in
Roseburg this noon, following a
trip to Eugene to take his daugh
ter, Miss Nancy, who has enrol
led at University of Oregon for
her sophomore year.
0. of U. V. to Meet-Florence
Nightingale tent No. 15, Daugh
ters of Union Veterans of the
Civil War will meet at 7:30
o'clock Friday night, Sept. 9, at
the K. of P. hall to make arrange
ments for the official visit of
the department Inspector.
Enjoy Trip Mr and Mrs.
Stanley Morris and Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Wordehoss of Roseburg en
joyed a trip to Medford Sunday,
where they remained overnight
and went on to Crater and Dla
mnnd lakes to spend the Labor
Return Home Dr. and Mrs. F.
W. Field and daughter have le
turned to their home in Rose
burg after spending the weekend
in Eugene. While there they vis
ited Dr. and Mrs. Verne Adams
and family, formerly of Myrtle
Alexander Smith's famous
color-scheme consultant, in
person . . .
Will Be At
Thursday, Sept. 8th
Friday, Sept. 9th
111 North Jackson
-V NO, I'M NOT SCAIRT HJ WELL, ITS TRUE THAT n n
-J OF- MY JOB SO MUCH TH' COMPANY VOL) KEEP f tt
J AS IT'S JUST 5 MART L JS WHUT PEOPLE JUP6E fcVlUIJU
v$ BUSINESS TO LOOK TA VDU BY--HIS COMPANY Spcffi
?& LIKE VOUVE NOT V0 LOOKS LIKE HE'S J ,Vf
BEEN STOPPIN' TO BdDn MADE A THREE- JVrfi htKV
W WaV" THE TWO -TIME t " - aw." .
V'' eowi uw sv jinvicr we U
OUT OUR WAY
Bach From Fair Mr. and Mrs.
G. I). Rathbun have returned to
their home in Roseburg, follow
ing a trip to Salem to attend the
State fair and a slop In Lebanon
to visit Mrs. Rathhun's grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hcin
rich. Back From Coast Mr. and
Mrs. Jack May and Mr. and Mis.
Thel Allen have returned lo their
homes, following a three-day fish
ing trip at Handon. While there,
Ihey visited Mr. and Mrs. Art
Breckner, formerly of Roseburg.
who are building a new home in
Returns To School Mrs. E. K.
Jones has returned to her home
on South Main street, following
a trip to Portland to take her
son, Ed, who has enrolled as a
sophomore at Hill Military aca
demy. Ed attended the academy
last year also.
To Practice South Deer Creek
Grange orchestra members are
asked to meet tnniL'ht at the
hon of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kar
cher Jr., in preparation for the
narvest nail to tie hold Saturday
niKht. Sept. 10, at the hall. The
public is invited. Grance women
are asked to bring cither pie or
At Klelnfeldt Home Mr. and
Mrs. Byron Jobe of Corning,
Calif., arrived in Roseburg Sat
urday to visit at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Kea Klelnfeldt.
Over Labor day. Mr. and Mrs.
Mcinicmt took the visitors on a
trip to Winchester bay. Coos bav
and back to Rosebuvg.
At Knox Home .loan Riant-h
ard is staying at the home of
itev. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Knox
and daughter, Carol Ann, on
Overlook, while her prenls, Mr.
and Mrs. John Blanchaid. are on
a trip to I.os Angeles, where they
were called Mnndav bv the Illness
of the latter's mother.
Spend Holiday Weekend Here
Mr. and Mrs. Leichlnn Merlin-
lock and daughters, Pamela and
Julie, of Longvlew, Wash., spent
the holiday weekend in Koseburg
visiting Mr. McClintock s grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mc-
Clintock. on East Cass street, and
with other relatives and friends.
Stop Here Mr. and Mrs. Fred-
crick Riebe. Eugene slopped 'n
rtoscnuig over the holnUv week
end to visit Mr. and Mrs. Harold
i Bud I Hansen and children. Kar
en and Douglas, enroute to Crat
er Lake. They made the trip over
the 1 hut- 1 rail cut-off and slop
)ed at Huckleberry gap. They
returned home via Medford and
old with a
This close coupled toilet
complete with white sprayed
VV. M. Sandall Co.
H'ay 99 North
Qualifying Rounds Qualifying
rounds of the annual handicap
golf tournament for women of
the Roseburg Country club will
be played September 8-10. Inclu
sive. The golf committee has ex
pressed its desire for all women
golfers to qualify for this tourna
ment. Luncheon will be served at
the clubhouse Thursday at 12:30
o'clock and the contract bridge
play will be gin at 1:30 o'clock.
Enjoy Trip to Lake-Rev. and
Mrs. Kenneth Knox r.nd daugh
ter, Carol Ann, and Joan Blan
chard of Roseburg accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brock,
evangelists here from Winona
Lake, Ind., enjoyed a trip to Cra
ter lake Labor day. This is the
Brocks' first trip to Oregon and
Ihey greatly enjoyed seeing Cra
Seattle Visitors Leave Dr. and
Mrs. 11. L. Schless and family of
Seat lie have left Tuesday for Los
Angeles, where Dr. Schiess will
take a year's graduate training
I in surgery, following a visit over
the holiday weekend In Koseburg
with Mr. and Mrs. Vance P. Shu
gait and also visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Mart P. Miller, parents of
Mrs. Schiess and Mrs. Shugart.
Leaves For Chicago Lowell
McAfee Campbell, son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Campbell, 949 Win
chester street, Roseburg. has left
for Chicago to enter McCormack
Theological seminary, which is
one of the leading Presbyterian
seminaries in this country. He
was graduated from L'niversi'y
of Oregon last spring. Enroute
to Chicago, he will go to Peoria.
III., to visit his brother, W. M.
Campbell Jr., and family.
First Fall Meeting The first
fall meeting of the Woman's So
ciety of Christian Service will be
held Thursday at a 12:30 o'clock
politick luncheon at the Methodist
church with Circle No. 4, mem
bers as hostesses. Members hav
ing birthdays In June. July and
August will be honored. Mrs. Lu
cien Ccbb. president, will con
duct the meeting; Mrs. Fred L.
Southwick will present the devo
tions and Mrs. Arthur Lamka will
be program chairman.
Woman's Society to Meet
Mrs. Otto Niedermever. Jackson-
j ville. president of Southwest Ore
! gon Presbyterial, and the treas
urer, Mrs. Roy V. Martin, also ot
Jacksonville, will be guest speak
ers at the first fall meeting of the
Woman's Society to be held at
1:30 o'clock at the First Presby
terian church. The meeting will
be followed by a tea. All women
of the congregation as well as
from churches in Oakland. Glide
and Rccdsport are invited. Mrs.
N. D. Johnson will be hostess of
the tea committee. Mrs. John
Pinkerton. president, will con
duct the meeting Thursday.
Richard Gross Returns
To School In East
Ri-hard "Dick" Gross, since
June 1 the assistant to Ross New
comb, resident biologist in charge
of the I'mpqua river study, left
Tuesday for his home in New
Jersey. Newcomb said today.
While in the east. Gross will
continue his schooling in fish and
A successor to the assistant has
not yet been named.
MOOSE HEAD ELECTED
CORVAI.LIS. Sept. 6 (.)
Grover B Leach. Klamath Falls,
was elected president of the Ore
gon State Moose association for
the coming year at concluding
sessions of the state convention
here Monday. He succeeds Clif
ford Gee, Philomath.
Portland was named the 1930
RFCTL NO COLON
STOMACH DISOaOCRS " i.
Mftrt thrtmoh Fri. : 100 m. , n n
to 5 o m. lnmgi: Myv, qv, r(H,My
Wd arxl F"., until S ii-4i
Wr.lt or coll for mt dtrtOto boofct
THE DEAN CLINIC
In Our 39th Yr
N I. CfMt
tfttf4 4. Of
By J. R. Williams
Kiwanis Elect New Head
At Portland Convention
PORTLAND, Sept. 6 UP
G. O. Kolstad. Tacoma, was elect'
ed president of Kiwanis Interna
tional s Pacltic iortnwest dis
Both Spokane and Pullman bid
for the next convention and deci
sion will be made at a November
meeting of the board.
Malcolm Chapin, vice-president
of the Canadian Junior Chamber
of Commerce, called for closer
relations between Canada and
the U. S. He added that an in
crease of trade would benefit
He cited the time Canada lift
ed its embargo on the export of
cattle to the U. S. I his lowered
the price of beef in the U. S.,
pleasing consumers. But U. 5.
Canadian consumer! mean
while found their prices going up
because of the drain of beef lo
the U. S., and they also objected.
What Is needed, he added, is
a closer understanding between
the countries and the ability "to
look beyond Immediate interests
for the good of both countries.
BUKERL1NDLEY Russell E.
Buker and Lcona May Lindley,
both of Koseburg.
POPE-SHOWN Dwight M.
Pope and LaVerne G. Shown,
both of Roseburg.
roll Bradford Rundell and Helen
Marie Brothers, both of Riddle.
HOLCOM B-B ARKLOW Mel
vin LeRoy Holcomb and Dorla
Jean Barklow, both of Roseburg.
PHINNEYNEAL Oliver Clin
ton Phinney Jr., Sutherlin, and
Shirley J. Meal, Roseburg.
POTTER KRUEGER Ray
mond Lloyd Poiter and Pauline
Krueger, both of Roseburg.
LADD-BOLTON James E.
Ladd and Alice M. Bolton, both
COLE HAMPTON Ralph Wil
liam Cole and Betty Marie Hamp
ton, both of Roseburg.'
Divorce Complaint Filed
THORNTON Wanda M. vs.
Roy E. Thornton. Married at
Drain Sept. 8, 1946. Cruel and in
human treatment charged. Plain
tiff asks custody of two minor
children and $75 monthly for their
support, and asks that she be de
clared the owner of certain per
Oivorce Decree Issued
MOSHER Josephine Vivian
from Homer Mosher. Plaintiff
awarded custody of three minor
children with monthly support of
S.V) each, plus property settle
ment. There are about 14.500 pounds
of steel in use in some form in
this country for every man. wo
man and child In America.
notu'E of prune hearing
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
A Pl'BUC HEARING WILL BE HELD
before Melvtn J Conklin, Exminr lor
th Stile Milk Markftmf Administration
In the Ctlv Hall. Rowbun. Oregon,
Thursday September 15. 1 t the
hour of 115 P M . to receive tetttmonv
nd evidence on matters relating lo the
ptodurtton and distribution of fluid
milk nd cream In the Douflaa County
Marketing Area and to consider mini
mum wholesale and retail price and
minimum nncec dlstrtbutora aha II pay
DATEO at Portland Oregon, tht Snd
dav of September. IM
MILK MARKETING AOMINISTR .TION
STATE OF OREGON
Thoa L OhIn.
NOTICE TO CREDITOR
All persona having claims against
the estate of Roy VinDn, deceased
now pending In the County Court of
Douglas Countv. Oregon, are herebv
notified to present (he same verified as
required bv law to the undersigned at
the law office of Orcuit. Long
Neuner. Roseburg. Oregon, within sis
months from Auguat ITth,
V .RY VAX DYNE AD
MIN1STR ATRIX of th Es
tate of Roy VanDyn). De
iScahteet Is highly eon
tagioua and will con
tinue tor me ti noi
tonoed Its sole cause
is the Itch-mite, which ts immune to
ordinary treatment EXSORA hills the
Iter--mite a'-oet instantly Onl tnree
dsvt' FXSORA treatment H reauLre.
Mail order liven prompt ettenUos.
Fred Meyer 9rmg 'I
Wednesday, Sept. 7
mtlM north of Roseburg: 4 miles
. south of Sutherlin. starting at 11
a m. o'clock,
farm equipment consisting of 1 rub
ber tired Ferguson tractor. IMA; 1
Farmall A tractor with plow and buck
rake: 1 John Deer Linderman tractor.
2 tandem discs: 2 heavy duty cover
crop discs; 1 section harrow: 1 5
foot mower: 1 hydraulic dump-bed
trailer for Ferguson type tractor: 1
2-bottnm disc plow: 1 l'-ton 1M1
Chevrolet stake truck: walking plow:
cultivator: t-pring tooth harrow, hay
rake: 1 ME Vi HP. rototiller: 1
Gustafsen power duster: 1 Tilmaster
power rototiller for power take off
100 Head 100 Head
High grade whit face cattle consist
ing of: 20 cows and 20 calves. 20
long yearling white face steers and
heifers; ona large bull, other cattle.
Horses and Saddles
This machinery will be here at Schrlrk
er auction for your Inspection by the
first of the week. The cattle are
alio her now. Anyone wanting good
breeding stock will find It at this
sale. Here also Is a chance to get
good farm tractors and farm ma
chinery. No sale on Labor Day, but any stock
brought In will be held for Wednes-
- day sale or if you have any live
stock for sale, bring It In Wednes
day. W will have the) buyers.
No furniture Sale!
Remember Sale Starts
At 1 1 A. M.
Schrlcker & Sons,
C. TELKAMP Rlngman
Bring Your Livestock
WHERE they bring In tha most money
Sale every Friday
Livestock 12 o'clock. Furniture 1 p. m
WANTED Fait lamba. vearllnca and
canner ewe. Write or call. James
E. Lewis. Myrtle Creek, Oregon, ph
84; Darrill W. Ray, Rt. 2. Box 388 B
Rnseburf, Oregon Pri. BflS-Rj-1
WANTED TO BUY Fat and feeder
lambs. Also young breeding ewes i
Inoulre Lvle Marstera or John Rchr
Happy Valley Ranch. ?hone 17-F-2
NE J YEAR old registered Jersey
bull breeder, fine record. Schuttwohl
strain. Contact John Jeslnghaus. Rt.
1. Box 93. AJeasingcr Road, Murphy.
SOME CHOICE white-faced veal calves.
jut right for the locker. Market
price. W. A. Thomas, 0 miles east
of Sutherlin. at bridge.
FARM K HS Will buy hogs and feeders
on i nursaays, :.iu to tu at siock
yard In Koteburg. Bring them in
W W Green.
FEEDER PIGS 113 Also five tons oat
straw, brwtht: $20 ton. See Isaac
Clirte, FlournoyV alley, or phone JM.
FOR SALE Duroc Jersey sow and 10
pigs. Also 3 weaner pigs, young Jer
sey cow. J M. Rabun. Rt. 2 Box 195-A
FOR SALE Young Guernsey bull. Just
right for service, SI 00. Oscar Weeks.
Myrtle Creek. -
WANTED FAT AND FEEDER lambs
and yearlings. W A. Blacken. Myrtle
Creek. Phone 2R2
FOR SAXE-Feeder pigs. M. M. Good.
FOR SALE 2 purebred Yorkshire sows
ana i ooer. rnone pni. amnernn.
WANTED-Alfkinds of livestock. H M
Cox Call 990-J-4
FOR SALE Day old bull calf. C.
Hughes, Lower Garden valley.
WOOD Fireplace and furnace. Old
growth fir block peeler core, small
round core mill ends, planing endi.
oak and laurel. Special price on plan
er ends for short time See this
wnorf 1 mile Ea-t on Douttas St. Rt
1. Box 41 Prompt delivery Claude
wtiiey, rnone 13-J- or
FOR SALE Slabwood. sawdust, planer
ends t none jui jonnson r uei v-cx
Sealed bid will bo received by Ber
nlce Matthews, Clerk at School House
Tiller. Orrion. until 8 00. Sept. 9. 1049
t standard lime ociock P M. for the
conmtruct on ind alteration ouiiamu
for School District No. 114. Douglas
Pnuntv Tiller. Oreeon and Will men
and there be opened and publicly read
aloud. Bias receivea aiier inr mnr
fixed for openings will not be con
Plans. Specifications and form of
contract documents may be examined
or obtained at the office of Freeman
and Haxshp. Anor Archts . 2H0 S. W
trtt Avnu Portland. Orexon. Upon
a deposit of t23 00. which will b
refunded upon the return of the plans
and spec! he at ion within a reasonable
Attention la called to Bidder Pre
qualitications. Section M-103 to M.109
Inclusive. Oregon Compiled Laws An
notated. which must be filed with the
Clerk 10 days before date for opening
of bids and lor wnicn iorms maj
be obtained at the office of the Arc hi
No proposal will be considered tin
Ihi irromnnld bv a Certified check.
cahier's check or bid bond with auth
orized surety companv as surety made
payable to Ihe Owner In an amoun.
of not less than 5 v of the amount of
the bid. Surety Dona or oonas win
be required In accordance with the
terms of the contract documents.
The School District No. 114, Douglas
County. Oregon reserves the right to
reject any or an oiaa ana to waive
No bidder may withdraw his bid after
tha hour set for the ODeninx thereof
or before award of the contract, unless
said award Is delayed for a period
exceeding .10 days.
First publication Aug z.
Second publication Aug. 31. l4t.
Third publication Sept 7. 1
NOTICE OF Fn INC. APPLICATION
FOR A t HtXiL rns 1 ui
DIVERSION OF WAT IK
Notice Is etven herebv that Norman
McKeel has filed an application in the
offke of inas e strirKiin. Mate en
gineer, for the approval ot a cnange
tn point of diversion ot water from
In the adjudication pmceeoings oe
termtntne the relative nchts to the ue
of waters ot vow tree ana us inou
taiies a water right was adjudicated ir
the name of F A. Farnam for the trri
gallon of 3 acres In NE SE',. .Hi acres
in NW'-SE'.. I 4 acre in SW'.PE
Section 13. Towmhtp .12 South. Range
3 WeM. W M , with a date of priority
of September 3d. lfo7, through the
Johns Irrigation Ditch from tow LreeK
The p"'M of diversion of the Johns
Irrigation Ditch Is located 3.V) feet
south and 930 feet eat from the west
quarter corner of Section 4. Township
32 South. Rjnge 4 Went. W M
Norman McKeel. ontner of the above
described land to hich said water
right is appurtenant, proposes to irri
gate said land b mean of a portable
pumping plant tbe point or aivermion
of said pumping plant to be located
930 feet south and l.VW feet weet from
the eat quarter corner of Section 12.
Township J2 South. Range S West. W
All persona Interested are notified
herbv that a hearing will be held at
the Countv Court Houe St Roseburg
Oregon, on November 1. 194. at 1010
ociock am. All objections to the pro
posed change, if anv there are. v ill
be heard at said time snd place Anv
objections shall be prepared in writing,
one Cody to be served on Norman Mc
Keel. Aralea. Oregon, and one copy
Oregon, together with a $2 filing fee.
at least to da vs prior to the date set
for hearing If no oh)ecttone are filed,
no hearing will be held
Dated at Salem Oregon, this 2nd day
of September 14
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1-1948 INTERNATIONAL pickup. 1
1948 International pickup; 1 single
axle piling, trailer For Information
Phone 4:t2 129 2nd Ave South
AXLE SHAFTS for ail makes ot trucka
Ray's Truck Shop OA3 N Stephens.
Phone 4M J 4
Borrow on your salary All steadily em
ployed men and women may qualify
today for a salary loan up to Vtoo
whether you're In a new lob or an old
Borrow on your car or furniture. Your
furniture or automobile make excel
lent security at Local Loan -paid for
or not ('p to $300 on your furniture
up to tftOO on your car
Special "Pay Day' Loans, 110, 123. $50
loaned till "Pay Day or longer Pay
only for the actual number of daya
you keep the money
$2S cots lie for one week.
No other charges.
Phone for your Loan
He S-275: M 333 Roseburg
UP TO $300
On your Signature. Furniture or
UP TO $500
On your automobile ipald for, or not)
Loans made quick ly. privately for any
w or tow nils purpose such as
Medical and Denial bills
When yesj borrow get your money from
the Company that makes It convenient
to borrow and convenient to nypav
Lower payments now available up
to zu montna to repay
306 Douglas County State Bank Btdg
M-TT? - State Mc -
Fruits and Vegetables
$1 23 per bu . U-Plck
miles south of Roseburg. Turn left
on Winston Road, south of Winston
Also cantaloupe, squash, sweet Corn.
WHILE they let peaches II. $1 30. $2
2 30 Also tomatoes $1 box Apples,
pears, prunes, ail kinds Dillard mel
ons. Please bring containers.
Wilson's Fruit Farm
Winston Ph. 4T-J-4
uprn evenings until 8
Corn & Tomatoes
PEACHFS TO CAN or freeze Bench
land am n. You pick or we pick,
brine con lamer Allen Tuthill. 3 miles
wet of Sutherlin
HUBERT AS". Improed riWrtaHale:
also (oKt windfalls Ed Thlele. Civil
Bend Cemetery Road, last house on
left Ph 1SHO-J-.T
CI CCMBERS FOR PICKLES Pick them
fresh and tender Harrv Weley. low
er Garden Valley Road- Bring con
tainers Cocker and canVinB corn now
readv, alo peer and caataloupe Rlv
endate Curry Estate. RL t. Boa 215
FOR SALE -Prune?, bnnf containers.
I -pick. 50r bushel. Lee Winniford.
Rt 2. BoxJWVt
foMATOFS. Cantaloupes, watermelons
for sale, C. H Clay pool. Garden
CANNING TOMATOES and pruneVtT
W rhnt1t. Gsr-ten Vilify
Jacob's Kennel's Ph. 73-6-J
GRA-HO COCKER KTSXYvSTPhon K
or 4A2- Y Reg and ped. vopotea .ah
roior stud service
GREAT DANES femate crowed. Make
an offerPone VW R-5
3IAVFSE KITTENS tor pa.
IMS fOBD Tl'DOR SDN 150S 00
1M BI ICK FORDOR SDN. IMS (X)
194ti FORD Tl'DOR SDN. 1045 no
1948 FORD COl'PE . 1045 00
1942 DODGE FORDOR SDN. 873 00
1942 CHF.V. Tl'DOR SDN. W3 OO
1941 NASH FORDOR SDN 0S 00
1940 PLYMOUTH Tudor dn. 443 00
1940 PLYMOUTH Fordor .dn. 343 00
1B'17 FORD COUPE 293 oo
1931 MODEL A SDN MOO
From 9 To 3
Trucks And Pickups
1943 FORD VAN 2493 0O
194S WILLYS JEEP 1193 00
1947 INTERNATIONAL PICKl'P 1093 00
194(1 GMC li-ton Chassla it cab 793 00
1942 FORD Mi -ton Flatbed .... 493 00
1941 FORD DUMP TRUCK 893.00
1912 FORD 'i TON PICKUP 93 00
1943 FORD LUMBER TRUCK ... 1993 00
SINGLE Wheel car trailtr - 43.00
You Pay Less For
Used Cars At
1946 Ford Club Coupe, looks and
runs like new $1S45
1942 Pontiae 4-door sedan, good
paint, reconditioned motor S97S
1940 Ford V-a Convertible, new
Mercury motor, new tires, ex
cellent - 79S
1940 Ford V- coupe SV)
ltrifl Chev Coupe
1939 O Ids mobile 6 2-door sedan . 425
lfW V-9 Ford, new motor S3 45
1934 Ford Tudor, good tires,
good motor , 146
1942 G I. 4x4 IS ton truck equip
ped with flatbed: also has
dump bed and hoist Excel
1933 Chev. 1 ton flatbed, excel
lent farm truck, good tires,
ready lo go $195
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Highway 90 N at Garden Valley Road
It's not merely a good-looklnf
Tsed Car. It must ive good
mechanical performance, eco
nomical transportation and be
fairly priced. Our Guaranteed
Used Cars are such values. We
Invite your inspection. Our
Reputation is behind every ear
Corkrum Motors, Inc.
Vm S. Stephens Ph. JW6-J
"We'll be here Tomorrow to
Back up What We Say and
Oak and Rose
FINE USED CARS
Reasonable priced. G.U.A.C terms,
Chevrolet - Buick Pontiae Cadi I tee
1939 CHRYSLER Roval 4. door sedan.
Body St paint very food Tires like
new. Mechanlrally in A-l condition.
Just completely overhauled. Fine
trouble-free transportation. M75. Some
terms. Inquire 206 Douglas Co. State
Bank Bldg . or phone 466.
MORE MONEY for your car Cash oej
the spot. Corkrum Motors. Inc Om
Soto. Plymouth. Phone 4oa. 114 N.
1940 "KAISER FOR SALE, or trade for
cheaper car or pick-up. 99 Highway
Nonextto Rolling H ills MoteL
FOR SALE low Super Deluxe Ford 2
door. 00 Highway N., next to Rolling
FOR SALE 1941 Ford 2-door sedan,
radio, heater, new paint: 1944 Mer.
curv motor. xa Ph. 1R2-R.
WHILE THFY LASfBrandnew 1940
Hydra-Glide Harley Davidson mntor
ccles at a discount. One-third down.
12 months to pay. Joe's Harlev David
son. 5 miles So., Highway 90, Roae
WILLYS JEF.P. A-I condition, full ton
FOR SALE 48 BSV Sodel B4,
new hi h soeed cams, new paint.
eay terms Ph 396-R-3.
FOR SALE - 1949 Packard convertible;
will take '41 or 42 model part oay-
ment Phone 1SM-J-2
'42 NASH AMBASSADOR S pass cpe
Clean. In good condition, R at H.
Set 5.10 W Oak. or call 771-L.
FUH 5ALE-1942 Wuiyi Jeep, good con
dition, with Motorola Radio, $395. Call
evening? at 531Cobb St.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 1941 bodge
sedan, new motor and front end.
Good condition 700. 242 Flint
146 5-PASS CHEV copeVerr clean
and sporty, a. F. Laurie. Ballf and
A 30 Ford 5 pass convertible: lots ol
H Wun Melrose RU.
jx il. 3 miles from Oak St.
'C1WSALE149 c H R v S iTsedan. Call
AVON WILL TRAIN 4 pleasant, mature.
" iw vnrmimas selling.
Write Avon DiM. Mgr . RL 2, Box 95,
v rr'wfii, uregon
Ai,coHOLirs anonym6cs.p dBoi
1110 or Phone 1SU-L or 5(aW
NO HVNT1NG OR TRESPASSING on
mv Olalla property. H. C. Bellows.