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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1951)
Kitty's Tail Caught
LAFAYETTE, Ind. —<U.R>—Po
lice hurried to the home of Walter
Hurtt when the family cat caught
its tail in the washing machine
motor. They had to tear the motor
apart to free the kitty.
Women hold title to 40 per cent
of the 30.000,000 homes in the
United States and control the
spending of 80 per cent of the na
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Come in and
From Our Big,
For Personal or
76 West Broadway
Place your ad at the Student
Union, main desk or at the
Shack, in person or phone ext.
219, between 2 and 4 pan.
Monday to Friday.
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• FOR SALE
1941 BUICK five passenger. All
new rubber, and in excellent con
dition. $395.00. See evenings,
1450 High, rear apt. 50
SIZE 12 or 14 strapless evening
gown—ph. 4-1797.- 50
FORD MODEL-A good condition.
trailer ’35 - 1543 E. 15th. 49
CONN TRUMPET. Gold finish,
brilliant setting, green plush
lined case. Call at 5-3502. 51
IRONING: Trousers pressed 25c
each. Phone 4-3962. Free pickup
and delivery. cot
WILL SHARE expenses in return
for ride as far north as possible
Destination: Calgary, Alberta.
Canada via Spokane. Phone
5-4162, Ray Grant, 1252 Beech.
WANTED— Two riders to L.A. to
help drive and share expenses.
Leaving Dec. 19th *or 20th. Will
drive straight through in '49
Nash Ambassador with bed. Call
TWO ROOMS and bath. Private
entrance. Men only. Inquire at
1285 Hilyard. Phone 5-7728. 50
Utah, named for the Ute Tribe
of Indians, was originally called
Deseret, a name used in the Book
of Mormon, meaning "honey bee.”
UO, Eugene Area
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home fell across the street there.
In Junction City, 14 miles north
of Eugene, a tornado plucked a
machine shed 300 feet into the air
over a farm Thursday, while hail
stones three quarter of an inch in
Power lines were down in two
places on campus, necessitating
safety measures by the city fire
department. Because of the exces
sive number of power lines blown
down and flue fires, the off-duty
shift was called in.
Present cold weather set in after
the storm subsided, providing new
dangers. State police Sunday re
ported packed snows in the Siski
you mountains, with chains needed.
The police could not predict what
road conditions would be when
final examination and next week.
Weather conditions at that time
cannot be forecast now, the weath
er bureau said.
Also — for lots of good
eating during the holi
days — selected nuts
and Christmas candies.
HOGAN'S GROC. & WAYNE'S MKT.
Phone 4-6209 544 13th E
1 ^ec^i Round fttealuAe
We have a complete Christmas selection of single
records and albums in
all speeds, 78, 45 and 33 1/3.
You may also obtain gift certificates.
LINGERIE ☆ SCUFFS ☆ ROBES ☆ COMPACTS ☆ PERFUMES * NECKLACES
☆ FURS #
“YOUR TREASURE-HOUSE OF GIFTS”
ROUDLY GIVEN . . . PROUDLY RECEIVED
Behind us, over the years, the
memory of a wealth of Christmases, of
our store a fairyland of beautiful gifts ..,
remembering faithful friends relying on us
to perform the miracle of Santa Claus ☆ and
always the heart-warming truism, whether
by implication or spoken word: Kaufman Bros,
gifts, proudly given, proudly received.
A froth of pink festooning and glittering
stars is our invitation to
you ☆ our way of saying
we’re ready for Christmas 1951.
* COSMETICS * NEGLIGEES * HANDBAGS i SLIPS
S C A R F S