Illinois Valley news. (Cave City, Or.) 1937-current, July 22, 1948, Image 10

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    Illinois Valley News, Thursday, July 22, 191S
home in Kerby. Mrs. Cregger will mer vacation with his father, R.
be remembered as the former Inez G. Evans on the Redwood highway.
Casad, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gary will return to hia home in Los
Mrs. Lola Peterson of Ruth & Charles M. Casad, were pioneers in Angeles later in readiness for the
Lola's Bakery, spent the weekend the early days of the Valley.
opening of the school term.
at Crescent City.
Attending the Lily Festival at
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith va-
Mr. and Mrs. Myo Elliott and Brookings last Sunday were Mr. cationed last week at the beach in
family vacationed last week end and Mrs. Harold Gilmour, Mr. and Crescent City.
at Crescent City, returning home Mrs. J. Hudron, Mrs. Kate Lewis,
Sunday evening.
Mrs. Jessie Leonard, Mrs. J. M
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Messenger
Smock and the M. C. Atheys.
and son, of Glendora, California,
George Phillips left for his Chi
are visiting at the home of the
cago home last Monday after
Mrs. Glenn Smith of South former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
weeks visit with his cousin, Mrs. Pasadena has arrived in the Valley H. E. Messenger ;n Kerby.
Harry Mills of Kerby.
and joined her husband at the
Rainbow Ranch near Holland, I Mr. and Mrs. Charles DeNur"
Amos Slack of Vancouver, where they will make their home ,
of Folsom, California, left recent­
Washington, arrived on Monday permanently.
ly for their home a fte r a delight
for a brief visit with relatives and
:ul visit with the latter’s brother,
friends in the Valley.
Mr. and Mrs. Olan Walter and Hugh White, and her mother, Mrs
son of Bel Garden, California, Mi3s Lily W’hite in Kerby. They hope
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nash and Betty Veuntrello of Oklahoma,
to return to the Valley again for
children of Los Angeles, are vis­ and Joe Schuber of Sumas, Wash­
a more extended visit.
iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ington, were visitors at the Lee
Ira Hall for a few days.
Sowell home recently.
Dr. and Mrs. Delmar Johnson
and sons, Maurice and Michael,
Mrs. Aubrey Hill left last week
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Arnold and vis ted the M. C. Atheys the first
for Gladstone Park where she will son John arrived Wednesday from
of this week. They were return­
attend the Seventh Day Adventist Minneapolis, Minn., and are guests
ing to their home in Portland from
camp meeting for the next two at the home of Mr. Arnold’s broth­
a Dental Association convention
weeks.
er, C. Y. Arnold and family. The at Salt Lake City, and visiting ,
brothers had not seen each other relatives in San Diego and Lo.
Mrs. F. C. Mull and daughter for 30 years.
Angeles.
Jill of Los Angeles, left for their
home after visiting her sister, Mrs.
Mrs. Betty Chapman and small
J. F. Phipps and Robert B.
Hugh White and her niece, Mrs.
Steimer
expect to open their new
son,
arrived
in
Cave
Junction
for
Virgil Brown.
an indefinite visit with her par­ barber shop in Kerby by Saturday
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Wester of of this week. Bob has been busy
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard E. Gid­ Dew Drop Inn cafe. Mrs. Chap­ for days painting and remodeling
dings were in the Valley on bus­ man made the trip via plane from the small building next to the
iness last week Mr. Giddings is her home in Syracuse, N. Y.
Masonic building which was oc­
with the Paul Crissman & Co., well
cupied by George Hounslow’s Sec
drillers of Grants Pass.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Marrs ar­ ond Hand store, known as Robbers
—o—
rived last week for a short vaca­ Roost.
W. Wester ot new Drop Inn is tion in the Valley and also to look
gradually improving from his sud­ after their property interests. Mr.
den illness last week. He is spend­ Marrs is in the electrical contract­ SHRINERS’ HOSPITAL
ing most of the time at their cot­ ing business in Reno, Nevada, FOOTBALL BENEFIT
tage at Lone Mountain.
where they now reside. They plan
PORTLAND — Players partic- |
on leaving for home this week end.
ipating
in the first annual Shrin-
Dr. and Mrs. Floyd Cregger and
ers’
hospital
football game will
son, Gary, of Los Angeles, are
Gary Lee Evans arrived in the
visitors at the George Thrasher Valley recently to spend the sum- become members of a permanent '
alumni association, it was an-j
nounced recently by James J .;,
Richardson, managing director.
The contest will send the Port­
land All-Stars against the Oregon |
AM ERICAN LEGION
All-Stars here at Multnomah
stadium Saturday night, August
28. All proceeds from the charity !
classic will go to the Portland I
unit of the Shriners’ hospital for
crippled children.
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The new 1949 Ford six-cylinder I
engine has 95 horsepower, great­
ly improved cooling system, better
manifolding, a longer piston and
valve train, larger main bearings,
improved torsion damper, relocat- j
cd distributor, and new engine ■
mounts.
L o c a ls
DANCE
Sai. July 31
Music by Ham and His Gang from Grants Pass
SCOTT’S MARKET
American Legion Hall
Midnight Lunch
Admission $1.50 Couple
\\ here (he Highways Meet
L A R R Y M U S IL — Manager
Grocery Specials
Children
Ad’, l ‘ *
A D M IS S IO N
17c, Tax 3c— 20c
............42«, Tax 8c— SOc
S A T U R D A Y . JU LY 24th
SATUR DA Y
AND
SUNDAY
Week End Specials, Sat. & Sun.
Matinee and Evening
Sugar Peas
Mission brand, No. 2 Cans
2 Cans for
•
WESTWARD CATSUP
14 Ounce bottles, 2 bottles for ONLY
2»<
H M U rc M IM th » »
DEL RICH OLEO
1 Pound E-Z mix pkg., ONLY
43e
Jungle Girl No. 4
ABBOTT and COSTELLO
33e
and
MARJORIE MAIN
SIMILAC, BABY FORMULA
Regular $1.25, now each can ONLY
»«<•
TILLAMOOK CHEESE
1 Pound cello wrapped, pkg. ONLY
SUPER X .22 SHELLS
“ Long Rifles” , Box ONLY
per
SUN., M O N.. JU LY 25 and 26
JUICE ORANGES
2 Dozen for ONLY
BEST FOODS MAYONNAISE
Pint Jar for ONLY
Watermelons
70«
40«
2 Cants for
THE W ISTFUL W ID O W
OF WAGON GAP
T U B S., W E D ., JU LY 27 and 28
DOUBLE
FEATURE
SUGAR
Sugar is going up. take
advantage of this price
25 lbs. Cane Sugar
GENE AUTRY
IN
$2.29
T W IL IG H T ON THE
RIO GRANDE
40«
Cantaloupes
Large ripe Cants
PLUS
Marshmallows
8 Oz. Wonderfood
Per package
DANGEROUS YEARS
OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAYS
FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE
T H U R S .. FR I , JU LY 29 and 30
PIRATES OF MONTEREY
LOG CABIN STORE
SELMA, OREGON
(IN COLOR)
MARIA MONTEZ and
ROD CAMERON
Frozen Food Lockers
CUSTOM CUTTING — LOCKER CARTONS