Illinois Valley news. (Cave City, Or.) 1937-current, November 20, 1947, Image 12

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    Illinois Valley News, Thursday, November 20, 1947
Mrs. Marcene Winters under-
1 for a weeks visit in Los Angeles.
She was accompanied south by J went a major operation at the
Mrs Carolyn Moore and Mrs. Vir­ Josephine General hospital in
j Grants Pass last Thursday, with
Fred Linkhart of Kerby, made ginia Henderson.
| Dr. Ogle the surgeon in charge.
a business trip to the county seat
Mrs. Winters is getting along as
last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Zapf re- well as could be expected but will
! turned Tuesday evening from sev­
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Dodd of eral days shopping in Portland. have to remain in the hospital for
Dodd’s garage in Kerby, transact­ They brought with them a large at least two weeks, later to recup­
ed business in Grants Pass Mon­ stock of new merchandise for their erate in a convalescent home for
another 30 days. Her many
day.
new store which will open in the friends wish her a speedy recov­
very near future.
ery.
Mayor Elwood Hussey and
Councilman James S. Whitehead
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Monroe were ,
returned this week from a busi­
ness trip to Eugene, Salem and business visitors in Grants Pass
on Monday. Mrs. Monroe left lat- |
Portland, on city business.
er via bus for Klamath I alls where
A marriage license was Issued to she will visit for several days.
—o- —
Albert A. Beeler and Marguerite
8. Campbell, both of Cave June-,
E.
R.
Brown
and Herbert John­ Where the Highways Meet
tion, last Tuesday by County Clerk j
son
spent
Sunday
at the Brown
LARRY MUS1L— Manager
Ben S. Coutant in Grants Pass.
home in O’Brien, returning to
Klamath Falls later in Gene’s plane
ADMISSION
Mrs. 11. R. Floyd with Mr. and with Mr. Johnson at the controls.
Mrs. Hutchinson, all of Hallond, Mr. Brown is looking after some Children.............. 17«, Tax 3c— 20c
spent today (Thursday) at the of his property interests in the Adulta.................. 42c, Tax 8c— 50c
Smock beach house in Crescent Klamath Falls district.
City.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
L o c a ls
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Bob and Lester Frost and fam­ NOVEMBER 21 and 22
ilies, Raymond Frost, Glenn
n
Plumlee, Herb Tycer and R. J.
McCracken, returned home last
Sunday from an elk hunting trip
ZACHARY SCOTT and
to the middle fork of the John Day
ALEXIS SMITH
river. They brought home three COLOR CARTOON
NEWS
Mrs. Cecil Brink left this week nice elk.
W. C. Kennedy and W. C. Ken­
nedy, Jr., of the Associated Serv­
ice, filed an assumed business
name certificate in the county
clerk’s office Tuesday for “Cave
Junction Tire Shop.”
"Stallion Road
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FIV E R O O M
HOUSE E V E R /
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MODEL GROCERY
Friday &
Kleenex
no
Saturday O n ly
C offee
17c
limit
ROYAL PUDDING
ROYAL GELATINS
3 for 21c
NUCOA
39c
77c
1 Pound
2 Pounds
BORDEN’S MILK —
Tall can. each
By the case
12c
$5.69
HUNT’S TOMATO SAUCE
8 Ounce tins, 4 cans for
CHASE & SANBORN, 1 lb...... 45c
DEL MONTE, 1 lb..................45c
ALL OTHER BRANDS
1 Pound ............................... 47c
2 Pounds ............................... 93c
Baby Foods
Heinz, Strained, 2 cans
Clapp’s Strained, 2 cans
Clapp’s Chopped, per can
15c
15c
10c
25c
POTATOES—
No. 2 ’s, 100 pound sack
$2.98
Flour
GOLD MEDAL, 25 lbs.
DRIFTED SNOW, 25 lbs.
FISHER’S BLEND, 25 lbs.
$2.29
$2.29
$2.19
(In Technicolor)
or
2 COLOR CARTOONS
FA 6T ÖROWIM6
SOUTHERN PINE
WULL PRODUCE.
TH E W O OP
FOR A 6O O P
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C. G. MILLER
NEWS
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
NOVEMBER 26 and 27
YEARS
DOUBL EFEATURE PROGRAM
TREND
8 3-4 Oz. Package
31c
Sorry Folks—The TREND Intro­
ductory offer ended November 1st.
ORDER YOUR TURKEYS EARLY
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Today's Merchandise al Tomorrow's Low Prices
THANKSGIVING SPECIALS
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SWEET SPUDS OR YAM S-
■ 2 Pounds for
POPCORN— Fop Joy or Geòrgie
33c
21c Forgio, 2 cans ONLY
GRAPEFRUIT — Large, Juicy
CRANBERRY SAUCE— Conway’s
19c
whole berry sauce, per can
28c Arizona, 4 for ONLY
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KLAMATH SPUDS
POULTRY SEASONING
2 1-2 0z. can, each ONLY
9c No. 2’s, 50 pound bag ONLY $1.55
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&
PUMPKIN Def Monte or Libby’s CHOCOLATES, 1 lb. assorted
2 1-2 Cans, per can ONLY
15c box, reg. $1.00, close out at 33c
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SAURKRAUT
2 1-2 Cans, each ONLY
MARSHMALLOWS—
15c 2 Packages for ONLY
JELLO or JELLO PUDDINGS
3 Packages for ONLY
CIGARETTES — (All popular
25c Brands) per carton ONLY $1.33
NONESUCH MINCE MEAT
9 Oz. Package ONLY
Magazines and Pocket Books now
19c on Hand Always the Latest
33c
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f o i th e i n t i l e
fa m ily
Make it a practical Christmas and a
M erry one by doing yoar gift shopping
early. And von can do ail of yoar gift
shopping for the entire family right
here in oar store. AH of the finest,
latest merchandise at low cost.
WHITEHEAD'S
C an function
Happy Thanksgiving To You All
Frankie and Bill Gillespie
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