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The Eugene Guard from Eugene, Oregon • Page 3

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The Eugene Guardi
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Eugene, Oregon
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Euqene FFA ChaDfer during the StaU IT A Convention, iRfjfcter-Gturn1, Etigm, 1, 194, Py University Man Speaks courage the effective tue the ritual in opening and closing meet Will Represent District Roseburg Monday. ings ana encourage eircient parti ine Eugene Chapter of Future Farmers of America won a first Cloyd Makinson, Eugene High School instructor in vocational agriculture has announced. Members of the Eugene team are Marvin Ringsdorf, Jerry Wilson, Merlin Haldoiwn, Delbert Loucks and Louis Torricellas. Purpose of the contest is to en To Koseburg Boy Scouts W. A.

D.ihlberg, professor of speech and drama at the University of Oregon, addressed the Douglas District Boy Scout annual meeting at the Umpqua Hotel in gratulated upon attaining a 70 per rent inerease In membership hi Cubs, Scouts and Senior Scout during the year 1918. This district now leads all districts of the Oregon Trail Council in growth. cipation in in conauci 01 tne business organization. Chestnuts arc staple food for peasant people of Europe. Asia, md northern Africa.

New district officers were Installed by Roger Bales, Scout executive, with John Todd reelected district chairman. The 110 men and women attending the meeting were con piace in tne district parliamentary contest at Cottage Grove Jan. 29, and will represent the southwestern district in the state contest Tuesday in the Blue Room of the Osburn Hotel. Whitman will speak on "Business in 1949" and "Long Range Planning of the Manufacturers." All shop owners and operators art invited to attend. A paper by Dr.

F. J. Reithel, assistant professor of chemistry at the University of Oregon, will appear in the April Issue of the Journal of the American Chemical Society. The article it "On the Nature of the Reaction Between Abscorbic Acid and Formalde' hyde." Brattaln School PTA in Sprint field will hold an anniversary meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m. in th school cafeteria.

The Found' HURRY; HURRY: HURRYI Th Orat February Home) Furnishings Sale is now In progress at your ers' Day program will feature a history of tne springiieia area, Mrs. Harris Breedlove, Mrs. Vic tor Fogel and Mrs. Fred Buell friendly Wards store. Join the throng of thrifty shoppers take advantage of the SAVINGS! are in charge.

The annual Dakota picnic, covered dish, will be Thursday at 6:30 p. m. at the Recreation Center, 20th and Washington. All former Dakota people are invited. Nu Chapter, seva oigma rm, will sDonsor a rummage sale from 8 a.

m. to 4 p. m. Saturday in the Hampton 610 Willamette St. Eugene firemen responded to an 8-40 a.

m. alarm Tuesday to ex-tinfiuish a fire at 45 Whitbeck Ave. The blaze, on a wall near an overheated flue, was before it did more than $50 dam- nee. Monday afternoon at i -j i into firpmen were caiiea io nu- It's Wards it's February. That means lt'i your blgcest chance-ol the year to purchase soma of the moat outstanding Home Furnishings in America at outstanding Sal prices! Corns in while selections are greatest pick Just what you need ior your horns from the wide variety of Horns Furnishings at Wards save dollars sxtral yard where a wastepaper basket had caught fire.

No damage was reported. Records Divorce suits filed: Florine v. Charles Bilph Bailey, cruel and inhuman treat-ment. plaintiff asks custody of and S50 a ffirieWanda vs." 6i Edward Slediei SS. A.

vs. uenton Moon, cruel and inhuman treat-manl. lalntiff asks custody of. anfl $.5 a month support one minor child ana in arum run rnllDT Reckless driving: Lonnle L. Pochclec, 130 Stop titn: Haymond G.

Hegbenf. S5; Eva M. Johnson. Joseph F. Pogue.

Defective muffler: Bruca L. We.chter, Viivsl nnifilnn at amt in dosed Nationally Known, Armstrong Std. Gauge Marbelle Linoleum season: Levi V. Campbell. $30, S15 3-PC.

SECTIONAL SOFA REG. $229. suspended. BANKER To Mr. and Mrs.

Harvey 49 19988 Banker, ill. l. cuueno, a aausriwrt ian. in. iQdd 2 V-'V'.

vw I INSTALLED Sq. Yd. Births at Sacred Heart Hospital: A modern adaptable sectional sota. Deep channel back. Hardwood frame.

Coll-ipring cushions, coil-spring base and back. Floral figured Frieze eover. tilLilj lo air. ana nira. atuu nui.

440 Taylor a daughter. Jan. 26, 1949. HAT.T.E To Mr. and Mrs.

Joseoh Balle, On rrmt SW. Ill a Mm 2540 Lawrence a daughter, Jan. 26, 1949. BISHOP To Mr. and Mrs.

Charles R. Rihnn. Arrten SDrlnsfleld. a daughter, Jan. 26, 1949.

Armstrong Marbelle is your guarantee of top quality linoleum! Colorful marble graining can't wear off aoes through to felt back lasts linoleum's life! Soil, stain, and fade resistantl Decorator colors harmonize with any room. 6 foot widths. Price includes installation. GGrx man to mi. ana run.

friaries CnFfman. Rt. 1. Snrlnsfield. a ton.

Jan. 26. 1949. mr LLAHK, io mr, ana win. rars ti.

Clark, 1081 Adams a son, Jan. 36. 1949. wnnnwARO To Mr and Mrs. Wit- Ham B.

Woodward, 3172 Richard a daughter. Jan. 26. 1949. RAMA Aft Tn Mr.

an Mr. THrW M. Banaag. 417 North 18th Springfield, a son. Jan.

xm. ANDERSON Tp Mr. and Mrs. Duane I Anderson. 951 Alder a son.

Jan. Only 20 Down Now, Balance Monthly 26, 1949. FOIX To Mr. and Mrs. Maurice G.

Folx, 1209 Emerald a son, Jan. 36, CASEY To Mr. and Mrs. Doyle K. Casey, 2370 Patterson Drive, a daughter, Jan.

26. 1949. JENSEN To Mr. und Mrs. Harold Jensen.

374 North Terwilliger Eu- n. a rfanehtor. 2fi. 1949. HOLBROOK To Mr.

and Mrs. Blake Hoi brook, 1405 ann Ave. a son. Jan. 26.

1949. HARPER To Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Harper.

Elmira. a daughter. Jan. 27, 1949. WELT CH To Mr.

and Mrs. George Wei ten. Rt 0, Eugene, a daughter, Jan. WIENECKE To Mr. and Mrs.

Walde- mar wienecKe, 410 iwctenzie nign-way, Springfield, a daughter, Jan. 27, i 1949. JOHNSON To Mr. and Mrs. Albert G.

REG. 69.95 CHROME-PLASTIC DINETTI 88 59 tor modern Hvlng. lomlnoted ploiilc top It resistant to heat, ttalni, liquids. S.l.-J. In SO" Ilk ID" Unf Pln.il- Jan.

27. 1949. DAVIS To Mr. and Mrs. Grabin Davis.

Rt S. Eugene, a son, Jan. 27,. 1949. PECE To Mr.

and Mrs. William H. Pece, 28th and Main Springfield, a son. Jan. 27.

1949. OSBORNE To Mr. and Mrs. Wayn-Osborne. Culver, a daughter.

Jan. 27. 1949. WOOLLEY To Mr. and Mrs.

Oliver H. Wooltey, Rt 1, Veneta, a son, Jan. 37. REED To Mr. and Mrs.

A. Paul Reed. Rt. 1, Eugene, a son, Jan. 28, 1949.

BDCLER To Mr. and Mrs. Melvin A. Btxler, 1912 West Broadway, a daughter. Jan.

28. 1949. BREEDEN To Mr. and Mrs. Derwln P.

Breedcn. 710 35th Ave. W-. a ton, Jan. 28, 1949.

HTT.t To Mr smrl Mrs. Cerfl D. Hill. leatherette covered S-type Chairs. JJrB" STYLETONE BR0ADL00M 9 AND 12-FEET WIDE! 88 5 980 Sixth St, Springfield, a son, Jan.

38. Regular 8.30 sq. yd, Sq. SHELLEY To Mr. and Mrs.

Clarence Springfield, a daughter, Jan. 28, 1949. Springfield, a adughter, Jan. 28, 1949. BRIGGS To Mr.

and Mrs. John A. Brians, 34Q Mill St, Springfield, a daughter, Jan. 28. 1949.

FARMRWflRTH Mr. a nil Mm. TinvV You'd expect to pay substantially more for this better quality carpeting! 5796 tufts of new wool in each sq. ft. of Styletonel That means a long-weailng, deeper and thicker pile.

New tone-on-tones lovely florals. Many new patterns lij warm vibrant eolorsl Valuesl E. Farnswprth, Rt. 1 Springfield, daughter. Jan.

28, 1949. BROCHA To Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Brocha.

Rt 1, Monroe, a daughter, Jan. 28, 1949. CORNELIUS lo Mr. and Mrs. Vemon F.

Cornelius, 1669 13th Ave a son. Jan. 28, 1949. JONES To Mr. and Mrs.

Wesler O. Jones. Halsey. a son. Jan.

38, 1949. HOFFMAN To Mr. and Mrs. Ray J. Hoffman, 131 North Adams St.

a daughter. Jan. 28, 1949. CAULKINS To Mr. and Mrs.

Allan Caulk ins. 1669 Sixth Ave. a ton, Jan. 28. 1949.

To Mr. and Mrs. Ernest R. Dyson. Lorane Cottage Grova, a daughter.

Jan. 29. 1949. MORRIS To Mr. and Mrs.

W. Thomas Morris, Dliston. a son. Jan. 39.

1949. STRYKER To Mr. and Mrs. Ralph K. Strvkcr.

Rt X. Amrn Park. nmni. a man. 'Jan.

29, 1949. Pirrvrn r. w. si A WATERFALL STYLI S-DRAWER CHIST 88 All turlacef. ore beautrfuf figured Wot.

OstL nut. Drawers are center guided, lock. olnled comlruction. 3-ply tops, fronts and tides. New Plastic drawer pulls.

'fl MM Fleener, 2190 Patterson Drive, a son. Jan. 29. 1949. HATHORN To Mr.

and Mrs. Tralve M. Ha thorn, 314 30th Springfield. son, Jan. 29.

1949. DOTSON To Mr. and Mrs. Alan L. Dotson.

Rt 2. Creswell, a ton. Jan. 39. SMITH To Mr.

and Mrs. Emer J. Smith. Mjible. a daughter.

Jan. 39. 1949. JUDGE-To Mr. and Mrs.

Robert E. Judge. 88 Jefferson St. a daughter. Jan.

39, 1949. CARD To Mr. and Mrs. Percy 1121 Fifth Springfield, a daughter. Jan 29.

1949 JENSEN To Mr. and Mrs. J. Gyle Jen-ten. Box 112.

Monroe, a son. Jan. 29, 1949. WILLI A MS To Mr. and Mrs.

H. Floyd wmiams. Tun Mile, a daughter, Jan. 30. BASS To Mr.

and Mrs. Arthur Bail. Coburg. a on. Jan.

30. 1949. SMITH To Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith.

Springfield, a son. Jan. 30. 1949 SAirER To Mr. and Mrs.

Hrtiry Suer. Marcola. a daughter. Jan. 30.

1949. Only 20 Down Now, Balance Monthly tftifeS 5 PIECE BEDROOM GROUP WATERFALL STYLING wiatmiawm I 7 VwJf wink. 88 Hrularly 111 95 I39 Gracefully designed with vurved waterfall topi. Made of western cabinet wood and walnut veneer. Constructed for long wear.

Large roomy drawers have smoothly finished Interior, Drop eenter vanity has large square mirror. 252-COIL INNERSPRING MATTRESS High carbon steel springs. Unit cush- loned with Flexolalor Insulation. Pie- ZL built plume border Damask ticking tSW 9 Mattress and Box Spring for 68.88 Reg. 44.11 VACCTJM CLEAAERS OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M.

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1891-1963