Illinois Valley news. (Cave City, Or.) 1937-current, March 10, 1949, Image 10

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    Illin o is V alley N e w s, T h u rs d a y , M a rc h 10, 1919
Illinois Valley
Cash Market
Cave Junction
We Give
GREEN STAMPS
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P E A S _ H a p p y v a le
N o. 303 ( a n s, 3 C an s f o r .......
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C A T S U P — D e n n iso n ’s
O R A N G E S — F lo rid a , L a rg e , T h in -
S k in n e d , J u ic y , P e r dozen .....
S H O R T E N IN G — C ris to ,
S n o w d rift, S p ry , 3 p o u n d s f o r ....
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. M arrs of
Reno, Nevada, are here for a few
The Legion A uxiliary m et in
weeks visit and also looking after
regular session March 2nd and
property interests.
plans w ere discussed for a Legion
birthday party to be held next
Jam es E arle retu rn ed to the
Junction Chevron Service station W ednesday, March 16th, w ith pot­
last Saturday a fte r a w eek’s bus­ luck at 6:30 p. m.
Everybody attending the pin­
iness trip to Los Angeles.
ochle party last S aturday had an
Mrs. Merle Young of the Model enjoyable evening. W inning priz-
grocery le ft fo r P ortland W ed­ es were Pansy Sauer, Jack Spitz,
Edna Hoskns and Paul Louik, Dora
nesday w here she will undergo a
1 Combest and Ray Budd. The last
medical checkup.
1 of the series will be S aturday,
W. A. Colby of Cave Junction 1 March 19.
M otor Court, and Jam es E arle of
the Ju nction Chevron station,
made a business trip to Ashland
the first of the week.
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Mrs. Eunice Sudbury of the Il­
linois Valley Cash M arket, accom­
panied by Mrs. T. R. B urnette,
were transacting business in the
county seat Monday.
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T IM B E R L IN E DOG FO O D
P e r C an
GROCERY SPECIALS
Friday and Satuiday
13
ALL BRANDS
Per Can
By the C a s e ......... $6.15
Milk
Potatoes
$ ik
Eggs
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25 POUND SACK FOR
P e r D ozen
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O A T S — R e g u la r o r Q uick
9 P o u n d P a c k a g e f o r ............
F L O U R — A lb e rs
10 P o u n d S a c k fo r
TRACY’S
STEAK
HOUSE
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C A T S U P — H u n t’s
P e r B o ttle .................
G rants Pass
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J E L L O T A P IC O P U D D IN G S
3 P a c k a g e s f o r ...............................
Mrs. T. R. B urnette retu rn ed
home via Greyhound last week
end, a fte r several weeks visit in
Los Angeles. Mr. B urn ette will
re tu rn as soon as he finished some
business m atters.
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CHICKEN
2 Cans for
WHAT THE LEGION
AUXILIARY IS DOING
Roy Wells was in the Valley
last week for a few days, la te r re­
tu rn in g to K lam ath Falls where
he plans to rem ain fo r several
months.
Close Out on
RANCHO SOUPS
V E G E T A B L E an d C R E A M O F
M U S H R O O M , 3 C a n s fo r
The Rough & Ready Ram blers
and the VFW and th e ir A uxiliary
have combined to stage a big week
end during the Ju ly 4th celebra­
tion at Robber’s Roost, form erly
Spitz field which is now the pro­
perty of the Ramblers.
Mr. and Mrs J. S. W hitehead
Picnic grounds are laid out and
were shopping in Medford last S at­
the entire tra c t is being prepared
urday.
to accommodate a large crowd.
All kinds of entertain m en t is be­
Mrs. W C. Colby returned from
ing planned for young and old.
a two w eek’s vacation, visiting
friends a t Stockton and Santa
Cruz.
SATURDAY MATINEE AND
A ttending the Masonic lodge' EVENING, MARCH 12th
m eeting in G rants Pass Tuesday
evening from the Valley w ere:
Claude M asters, H arold Bower-
man, George Morey, Fred Culp,
"H a p ” Lloyd, Phil Saw yer and
Jam es Earle.
Don D efore and Ann H arding
Billy Blanchet of Seattle, has ;
been visiting his parents, Mr. and SU N , MON, MARCH 13 and 14
Mrs. Blancet at Bridgeview, Bill
CLARK
LANA
is in the M erchant M arines but
when in port his home is Seattle
where his w ife and daughter
»« BAXTER ’" ’ HODIAR
ft I
in M
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Q
Julie reside.
It Happened On
Fifth Avenue
GOBtf TURNER
CIGARETTES — All Brands
Per Carton
$ 1 .4 5
M O D EL
GROCERY
MERL
GRACE
DEE
•fiomeeominq
VISIT
Jerry's Market
At Illinois Valley Cash Market
LEE BRAMLETT, M on o;«
PRICE PLUS QUALITY — COMPARE THESE PRICES
U S. GOVERNMENT GRADED “A” BEEF
Friday, Saturday Specials
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P IC N IC H A M S, C u d a h y ’s P u r ita n
Per P o u n d
S L IC E D
E a s te r n ,
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S I ’A R E R IB S — L e a n , M eaty
P er Pound
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T -B O N E S T E A K S —
G u a ra n te e d T e n d e r, p e r pou n d
JHKBIN
DON
TAM.OR
JEFFREY
LYNN
“ FOR
THE LOVE-
OF MARY”
Annual
High School Smoker
Friday, March 11
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P O T B O A S T — B oneless
P er Pound
OVERLAND TRAIL
KERBY HIGH SCHOOL GYM
at 7:30 p. m.
B A C O N , C u d a h y 's P u r ita n
P e r pound
T O P B O U N D — B oneless
P er Pound
ening of Colorado Springs, Col­
orado, March 5th, an 8 pound baby
Johnny Mark I’.i • >w:i
girl. Proud g randparents are Mr.
anil Mrs. George Jam es of Bridge- THURS., FRI , MARCH 17 and 18
view. Mrs. Jam es left last Friday
DEANNA
via plane arriving ju st in time to
welcome their first grandchild.
EDMOND
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O'BRIEN
Safety Shields
Keep shields over revolving pow
er take-ofT shafts. Many accidents
occur at these places on machines
when they are left unprotected.
H A M S — C u d a h y ’s P u r ita n , E a s te r n
T e n d e riz e d .
o r w hole, p e r p o u n d
B A C O N — C u d a h y ’s P u r ita n ,
E a s te r n ,
by th e piece
A M
.tro Goldwyn May». Pktur» ■
Word
was
received
today
(T hursday) th at R obert J. Camp­
bell passed away in Sacram ento, TUES., WED., MARCH 15 and 16
DOUBLE FEATURE
March 10. He was the fa th e r of
Mrs. M archeta Owen, Dolores
Campbell of Cave Junction, Rob­
ert Campbell of G rants Pass and
Delbert Campbell, overseas in
, Prod«'”0’'
Japan.
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A r '”" . by JO"'
Hleai«d
BLESSED EVENT
BORN— To M ajor and Mrs Terp- John Em ery and H illary Brooke
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OVER 12 BOUTS
General Admission 76 cents
Reserved Seats $1.20
Inclading Tax
Beef for Your Locker
This Adv. Courtesy of the
», o r W H O L E , p e r p o u n d
H IN D Q U A R T E R , p e r p o u n d
('U T T IN G
AND
W R A P P IN G
FRENCH LAUNDRY
G rants Fass
CASH SALES
Friday - Satuiday - Sunday
PA Y CA SH and P A Y LE SS
S H O R T E N IN G
3 P o u n d s fo r .......
M A Y O N N A IS E — B est F o o d s
P in t J a r s , E a e h
JE L L -A -T E E N
P e r P a c k a g e ...................
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5c
T id e, L ux F la k e s, la r g e size
D re ft, o r Yel
L a rg e Size P a c k a g e , each
TOM ATOES —
Solid P a c k . 2 1/: c a n s, eaeh
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P E A C H E S — ( r a t e r L ak e
N o. 2 ’4 size c an s, e a e h .............
NEAT DEPARTMENT
H A M S — W hole o r H a lf
P er Found
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B A C O N S L A B S — W h o le o r H a lf
P e r F o u n d ...............................................
BACON SQ U A R ES
P e r P o u n d .......
P O T B O A S T — S h o u ld e r
P e r P o u n d ............................
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W E IN E R S
P er Pound
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P U R E LARD
2 P o u n d P a c k a g e fo r
Cave C ity
Grocery
BILL —
MARY