The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, March 02, 1934, Page 12, Image 12

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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
March 2, 1934
KIWANiS AIDS
STUDENTS IN
CHOOSING WORK
'Approximately 75 senior boys
of Klamath Union . high icbool
were given advice - on ' matters
pertinent to the selection ot their
Ufa work at a vocational guld-
1 nce dinner sponsored ' by ' the
Klamath Klwanls club Thursday
evening at the Willard hotel.
Each Klwanian wore a placard
Indicating the work hs Is en gaged
In. and the high school seniors
were given a list of the club
members, Indicating their work
. and years of experience.
Teacliora Attend
Waltor Locke, president of the
Klwanls club, presided at the
dinner, and several high school
teachers were present. Three
: Klwanls speakers discussed tbree
fields ot work in which they were
engaged.
Henry Perkins, tn a talk on
the law profession, emphasised
that trial work, about which
there is so much glamour, is only
a minor part of a lawyer's duties.
He described the various branch-
' ea ot law, and emphasised the
necessity for determined study
' both, before and after admission
to the bar.
- Dr. George Adler told of ' the
many discoveries yet to be made
' in medicine. He discussed the
discouragement and encourage
ment that comes to a physician in
. the following of general practices,
' and declared that medicine is a
field ot Interest and opportunity
for those Inclined in that direc
tion. Goehrinjc Speaks
Graduating during hard times
may not be such a disadvantage
as it appears at this time, A. G.
Goehrlng told his hearers. It
will force the newcomer to start
at the bottom without false hopes
or unnatural advancement, he
aald. Goehrlng discussed general
business as a field ot attraction
to the young man.
IT
Culinary Alliance and Bever
age Dispensers elected new offi
cers at the meeting held Thurs
day. . The officers are May Mc
Convllle, president; William Dris
coll, vice-president: L. L. Gray,
secretary-treasurer; Frieda Sex
ton, Alma Knowlton, Jake Kelsch,
members ot the executive boaTd;
X. L. Gray and Marie Hasklns,
delegates to Klamath Falls Cen
tral Labor Council.
The meeting was addressed by
Jack Weinberger, international
representative of .the organisa
tion. Archie Rice, president of
the Labor Council, and James Fl
lield, - secretary f the council,
also spoke.
Weinberger, who represents
the organisation in the Pacific
northwest, reports a decided im
provement In business in the
hotel and restaurant Industry.
Repeal of the 18th amendment,
where accompanied by liberal
and reasonable state laws, is
bringing new prosperity to the
Industry, he said.
Fisher Speaker
. at High School
Speaking before' the girls'
league at 'the Klamath Union
high school, Thursday, Don C.
Fisher of the high school faculty,
explained the difference between
eastern and western national
parks.
"With the exception of the
Shenandoah and Great Smoky
parks, nearly all of the other
eastern park services are mili
tary monument parks and not
scenic parks as in the west,"
Fisher said.
Fisher was chief ranger at
Torktown Monument laBt year
where the last battle of the
Revolutionary war was fought.
"WAS TAKING EVERY
KIND OF DRUG FOR
CONSTIPATION"
Then All-Bean Brought
; Relief
Bead this : very enthusiastic
letter:
"I in 84 years old and as far
back in my life I have been consti
pated. I was so bad that I had one
bowel movement every five or six
days. I was taking1 every kind of
drug known for constipation.
"Now for the last two months I
have been eating a little All-Bran
night and morning and I have at
least two to three bowel movements
each day." Mr. Frank Plratzky,
40-C6 98th St, Corona, Long Island,
New York.-
Laboratory testa show Kellogg's
All-Bran provides "bulk" and
vitamin B to aid elimination. All
Bran is also a fine source of iron
tor the blood.
The "bulk" in All-Bran Is much
like that in leafy vegetables. In
tide tho b- dy, it forms a soft mass.
Gent!:;, this clears out the intes
' tinnl wr.ates. -
Isnt this safer than taking harm
ful patent medicines? Two table
ipoonfuls daily are usually sufH
tiont F-r ere cases with each meal.
If not i Jlevod this way, see your
factor. ' 1
You'll enjoy eating Kellogg't
All-Bran as a cereal with milk or
cream sugar or honey or fresh
fruits added. Or, to use Jn cooking.
In the red-and-Srrcen package.
&t all grocers. Made by Kellogg in
aWe Creek.
Governor Likes
His New Berth
0
A Job be likes, among con
stituents whoi like him, Is the
happy lot ot Judge Joseph B.
Poindexter, shown here tn smil
ing pose at the telephone In the
office ot the governor of Hawaii,
to which he was appointed re- '
cently. Poindexter. a resident
ot the islands for IT years, was
a popular choice lor the post
Society
C. A. K. MEETING TO BE ..
POSTPONED FOR WEEK
The regular meeting ot the
General Canby society C. A. R.
has been postponed on account
ot the Klamath Union high school
operetta, from Saturday, March
3, to Saturday, March 10, at 2:30
o'clock.
The meeting will be held at
the home ot Barbara Wales, 1J09
Lincoln street. .
Thore will be an illustrated
talk on Early Indian Tribes of
Klamath Basin, given by Mrs.
Sydney Evans, and a piano solo,
based upon Indian themes, will
be presented by Margaret Jean
Harvey.
All eligible C. A. R.'a are cor
dially Invited to be guosta of
the afternoon, and a large at
tendance Is desired. .
AT.TAMONT OHSKRVKS
P.-T. A. FOUNHKirS DAY '
ALTAMONT The Altamont
P.-T. A honored Founder's Day
with the following program at
the school Tuesday afternoon:
Several numbers by Mrs. Mel
ton's "Arlsona Wranglers." '
Songs by Miss Fenwick's music
class.
Reading. "After While," by
Louetta Henke. . ...
Solo by Mrs. Melton.
Solo, "Out of the Dusk to
You,'! by Miss Mary App.
A very interesting talk on the
Importance of co-operation be
tween the school and the home
was presented by Mrs. Ferguson.
The program was closed with
assembly singing.
Mrs. Melton's room won the
flag contest.
Mrs. Grace Wejls, worthy ma
tron of Cascade Crest Chapter
No. 159, O. E. S. ot Chiloquin.
Oregon, has been commissioned
grand representative for the state
of South Dakota. Mrs. Wells was
recommended by ' the worthy
grand matron of Oregon, Monnle
M. Houser. Word was received
by the. secretary ot Cascade Crest
chapter that the recommendation
had been accepted and Mrs.
Wells' commission waa enclosed.
Relief Unit to
Designate Workers
TJnder the new civil works set
up, the county relief unit Is dele
gated with the duty of designat
ing persons who would remain
longest on relief on the basis of
need, according to Miss Phyllis
Hartxog, director.
Miss Hartzog emphasised that
no new men are being put on and
that nothing Is to be gained by
either new or old workers com
ing to the relief offices.
3 LOIS CLOSED
BY HOLC OFFICE
Three loans totaling IS, alt
wore closed by the local office of
the Home Owners Loan Corpor
ation Friday morning,1 according
to Edward B. Aalmrst, district
mutineer,
Theso loans Included, taxes,
street assessments and other foes,
anil the bonds were dellvorod
with the closing ot the loans.
The HOLC office Is closing
loans at present at an average ot
threo a day, and expects to bring
this average up to nino dally
noi(t week. . . .
The loan ' applications' average
about $2,000 each, and applica
tions are coming in more rapidly
now than at tho time ot the open
ing of the office.
A number - of loans are also
hoi nir closed daily at Dend,
Burns and .. Modtord, Ashu st
stated. . .
Weed-Klamath Road
Work Progressing
Work on the Weod-Klamath
highway Is progressing rapidly,
uncording to word from Dunn
ii ml linker, local construction
firm which holds all current con
tracts' on tha Oregon eeotlon ot
the highway.
Tne original gradlug contract
botwoun Midland and the Califor
nia line I now virtually com
plete, anl preliminary work Is
under way In anticipation ot sur
facing this auction,
A few days ago the company
started work on an additional
it nullng project on t tio north end
uf tha old contract.
Ovor 800,000 radio sols wore
Installed In cars during 1038.
TRAPSHOOTING
Sunday, 10:30 o'clock -
Klamath
Gun Club
Grounds
Regular Trapahooting
and
Skeet Shooting
Special Invitation to All
Klamath Sportsmen
CHOOSE from these QUALITY FOODS at SAVING
PRICES SATURDAY & MONDAY, MARCH 3rd and 5th
Daffodils Doz. 23c
Oranges j1doz. 35c
; Grapefruit 6 for 29c
No Needa Sugar. :
Water Cress 2 bJ5c
Artichokes 6 for 25c
Asparagus 2 Lbs. 19c
Rhubarb Ec?a2Sri5c
Spinach SLbs. 19c
Fresh
extras.
Soap YTfTSE 29c Eggs
Coffee XTc.. 26c Salmon
2 Doz.
No. 1 can
29c
W OI
Oysters
Dodge fancy large
2 No. 1 OQr
cans ..... .. '
FREE one package
JELLO to each cus
tomer that we fail to
say Thank You to.
Soup
Flour
Crater Lake hardwheat
49-Lb. . . rr
Heinz, 16 varieties
2 Pint Cans
Bag
OO. C,a...r Karo
w 7 dark. 10-lb. pail
Karo, light or LQ-.
U7U
Tuna Fish 2 N2 tins 33c nu Sperrys' quick or 39r
g&w 2ns VaTS regular. 94b. bag 37C
CAKE FLOUH..Pkg. 25c BAKING POWDER 1 25c
Swan's Down : , : . Calumet, 16-Oz. Can ,
WALNUTS -l... : . Lb. 23c VANILLA L 4-Oz. Bottle 1 5c
Oregon Soft Shell ' Bunny Imitation
SUGAR !:ii : L .3 Lbs. 19c CHOCOLATE 8-Oz. Pkg. 20c
Powdered or Brown Baker's Premium -.
CAKE; SET 59c RAISINS....L........;4-Lb. Pkg! 25c
Swan's . Down, Complete Thompson Seedless , ,
j; BAKERY DEPARTMENT
Honey Cream ' Cup Cakei, Doz, 16c
Orange .Square Cade, Each 19c
SPECIAL FOUNTAIN LUNCH
Roast Klamafh Turkey 35c
Chicken with Home-made Noodles 30o )
Free Ham demonstration
Hams
Armour's Whole or
Halt
LB. ..
17e
Hamburger
resn urouna
J FOB 20C
Pot Roast
Prime Steer i .
LB,
110
Bacon
Sliced Armour's S
Ol. ; '
PKO.
100
y ; MEN! HERE'S REAL VALUES IN
And you'll Know Wards
Pioneers are greater value by
actual test!
Buy Pioneers Today
You've probably tried other
nationally advertised brands
at eyeiviiigher prices
Now wear Pioneers 90 days
...COMPARE 11 Wards
firmly believe you will find
extra wear, L value and serv
ice in Pioneers
I? D W E
Boys 4 to 16 can
alio sav on Wordi
PIONEERS
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Each Garment ,
Jacket
or
Overall
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RIVETED
Strain points bolldogged with rustless
rivets! Extra heavy blue denim . . .
good and strong ! Look for the Orange
Thread stitch and famous "101" ,
leather label I Save at Wards!
"101"
OVERALLS
t ounce coon weave I
Extra Strang Afsad I -
Triple sewed am I ;
Foer sooaiy pockets I
Adjustable back I
Same price for all rises I
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For Boys
09c
Work
Shoes
Sl'wsS
$198
pair
Alack leather
shoes double
tannrd (or wear
with full rub
her heels. No.
Mjirk e o tn p o
soles)
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Shirts Shorts
25c 25c
. White cotton ath
letic shirts. 34 to 46.
Broadcloth ehdrtaj
Assorted patterns.
Sizes 30 to 42,
Work Skirls
59c
Lt. wt. cham.
brar triple
stitched. Blue.
Wt to 17,
Work Pants.
Douhlo Twill for Scrvlcet
Hti-lpod Itlark
and Rray, 10
In. cuff bot
toms. II a r
tacked:
$169
-Work Gloves
Kuggrd Spilt Leather Palms
Canvas la
h ea v 7 and
strong. Palms
resist wear.
25c
Work Gloves
14 Ounce Cotton Flannel!
Dine knit
wrist. Extra
heavy weight.
17c
Work Socks
Heavy, 8-Thread Cotton
For men who
want long
hard wear.
Mill slsoa.
19c
Union Suits
IJght Weight Cotton for
Men
Rib-knit card
ed cotton for ,
wear, ho to '
40. ..Cream,
79c
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