Illinois Valley news. (Cave City, Or.) 1937-current, July 22, 1948, Image 5

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    Illinois Valley News, Thursday. July 22, 1948
O'Brien News Notes
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Jim Curnow wishes to thank
friends of Illinois Valley and
O Brien fo r cards, letters, flowers
By Ruby Thompson
| ami kindnesses sent during his ill­
Lional Quinn made a visit to the ness in the hospital.
dentist in G rants Pass this week.
Last Sunday Mrs. Marie Wilson
entertained some members of the
Josephine County H ealth d ep art­
ment at her home with a picnic
lunch. A fter a bountiful repast
guests assisted in hoisting in sev­
eral pipes up the hill for installa­
tion of the w ater system from L it­
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Owen of Gold tle Rock Creek
As a m atter of
Beach visited Bertha and Jim Cur- fact Dr. S B Osgood and H arry
now recently.
W illiams were so interested in the
project they offered their assist­
Cecil Waggy returned from ance at a fu rth er date.
Santa Rosa this week where he
visited his sick mother.
The county library is sending
out books chosen by Mrs. Burrows
for the school summ er library and
children will be notified when it
is open. K atherine Love will be
in charge
JUNCTION CHEVRON STATION
JAC K A N D T H E L M A
BLESSED EVENTS
BASEBALL
CAVE JUNCTION
vs.
CRESCENT CITY
V
At Spitz Field
CAVE JUNCTION
Sun., July 25
Come Out and Support
Your Own Baseball Club
AUTOMATIC WATER SYSTEMS
Shown above is the popular Model V S -50 Shallow W ell Stay Prime
W ater System.
Patricia and Linda George are
BORN — To Mr. and Mrs. Law
in Williams, Oregon, visiting their
rence Cavyell of Selma, Sun
aunt, Mrs. W A. Tolin.
day, July 4, a son, weight 8 I
lbs. 2 ozs.
Robert and Lawrence P rairie
<ye home from college for the sum­ BORN — To Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
mer vacation
Marshall of Cave Junction, S at­
— o—
urday, Ju ly 10, a son, weight 4
lbs. 11 oxs.
Dr. and Mrs. Frank H. Ames of
''an Diego were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. David E. Wilson at Lone Mt. BORN — To Mr. and Mrs. Ernie
1 last weelq following a dental con-
Sams of Cave Junction, Friday,
I vention at Salt Lake City. Dr
July 9, a baby boy weight 9 lbs.
2 ozs.
Ames is a brother of Mrs. Wilson.
Saturday evening Herb Jo h n ­
son and Karl Preston showed a
movie on the lawn of the O’Brien
camp for friends and neighbors.
They were beautiful, interesting
and instructive and showed Van-
port flood ravages. Smith River,
< rater Lake, Grand Canyon, Yel­
lowstone National Park, Royal
Gorge and other points. Also some
local scenes of the W anda Brown-
George Lugt wedding.
To P O R T L A N D o r
S A N F R A N C IS C O
N e x t tim e , try Southern Pacific’s popular night train to
V. OF 0. FOOTBALL
TICKETS ON SALE
Portland or San Francisco. Stretch out and sleep in a roomy,
comfortable Standard Pullman berth while the milen glide by.
Next morning you're there, rested and refreshed
ready
for work or play. Overnight service returning, too. It’s the
easy, safe, time-saving way to travel. Economical, too
Or you can ride in comfortable coaches at still lower fares.
For schedules, fares or Pullman reservations, just call:
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON —
Season tickets to all University of
Oregon football games went on
sale this week to the genaral pub­
lic. The $12.25 ticket includes
four games — Santa B arbara at
Eugene Septem ber 18, University
of Southern California at Portland
October 16, W ashington S tate Col
lege at Eugene (homecoming)
C. V Lackey's daughters and October 23, and St. M ary’s a
family left for their home in Los Eugene October 30.
Angeles a fte r a two weeks visit
with relatives at O’Brien.
Subscribe to the News
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The f r ie n d ly S o u th e rn P a c ific
See your nearest S. P. A gent, or w rite J. A. ORMANDY,
GPA., 622 Pacific Building, P ortland 4, Oregon
th e tim e to SA VE and B U Y
le s o m e v e r y s p e c ia l p u rc h a s e « f r o m f a c t o r i e s n o t e d f o r th
e b e a u ty a n d th e q u a lit y o f th e f u r n i t u r e th e y m a k e
T h is
ud es M A P L E , M O D E R N a n d T R A D I T I O N A L F u r n i t u r e
, so t h a t n o m a t t e r w h a t y o u n e e d t o f u r n i s h o r r e f u r n is h
y o u w i l l f i n d it h e r e , p r ic e d less t h a n y o u e x p e c t e d t o
I A S I I Y IN STA LLE D — because two suction openings are provided in dif­
ferent positions. Either may be used to suit the installation.
SIM P LE I N DESIGN — because there are no complicated parts. Model
V S -50 is a centrifugal pump with built-in removable jet. The impeller
is the only moving part.
C H E A P TO O PER A TE — because the impeller is smoothly machined and
carefully balanced for highest efficiency. Silence and freedom from vi­
bration mean a long and trouble-free life. A N D I T S T A Y S P R IM E D .
A wide variety of centrifugal pumps are now available for farm, home
and industry. Ask for information and literature.
ILLINOIS VALLEY HARDWARE
The Hamilton’s and Bill
Cave Junction, Oregon
Maple Living Room
■ ta b le
p ie c e s
in
m e llo w
m a p le
and
(a y
i, a n u n b e a t a b l e c o m b in a t i o n t h a t m a k e s
c h a rm .
and
T h e s e a ts a n d b a c k s a r e s p r in g
t h is is in d e e d
f s e r v ic e .
a q u a lity
s u it e
S u i t e in c lu d e s L a r g e
. L a m p T a b le , E n d
th a t
D aveno,
T a b le , C o f f e e
T a b le
$198.50
Mahogany Bookcase
Reduced from $49.50
SELB 4 -Foot
M ANY OWNERS feel that
w ay a b o u t th e " Jeep ”—
farmers especially, and it’s
the one machine they find
more useful than any other.
Come in and let us show you
how the U niversal "Jeep”
works all year as a pick-up,
tow truck, light tractor and
mobile power unit.
Electric Refrigerator
THE U N IV ERSA L
Jeep
C. G. & E. GARAGE
SALES AND SERVICE
Representative for Everett Robinson Motors
G rants Pass
with 5 year warranty.
Serviced by Manchel
$ 1 9 9 .5 0
7-Way Floor Lamp
Silk shade and bronze
toned finish
HASSOCKS
G ra n ts
P ass
Living Room Comfort
Reduced 20 Ó