The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, March 16, 1934, Page 5, Image 5

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    March 1C, 1934
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
PAGE F1V
CITY BRIEFS
Properly Held rut Botllo-
niKiit ut tliu flnul account and dls
trlhminn of real properly ni
authiirliud In puptirs sinned by
Probate JuiIku llrlulu Frlduy In
tlio estate of Mury Anita Luw
ri'iiou, (luiwusml. Otln Lunitnlut
win uitniliilmmtor, lliml pruiiur
ty wus tui' mill ovur to Surah llur
rlut Mtillmiultl, a sltor uf Minn
Lawronee, uccordlng tu pruvlnluiis
of Urn will,
Senilis Plan rilko (llrl Senilis
of tlio oily will have a breakfast
lilku Muliiriluy morning. '1'liuy
will guthur nt llio l'runliytorluii
church ut 7 o'rlmik, oneli iilrl
brln Kl it k hur liri'uktiint. Urotclion
lluru will uo In chnriio,
l'liml Account filed Final so
count In ths eatalo of Aluot Wast
Innn, deceased, linn liann approved
by Probate JiiiIko (Jrlmlii. Tlio
olo hulr In Margaret Kathrona
WoHtmnn. now Larson.
Thirty-Third Annual '
ST. PATRICK'S DANCE
Merrill t Mali n
Curly Jones Roy Clark and
and Hit Orchestra Hit Orchestra
St. Patrick's Day. Sat 17th
A GOOD TIME GUARANTEED TO ALL
Tickets $1.00 for Both Halls
Features for
Lard or Short
ening T0
4 Lbs.... JJE
Bacon,
4 to 6
Ave. Lb.
22C
Best Foods
Mayonnaise
Asparagus ;
Fnncy Largo ; v:
Tender Spears J
pound ;f G
Spinach
Fancy Rogue River,
Young and IQa
Tender. 3 lbs. JU
Fancy Sun Kist
Oranges
200 size.
Clams
Warrcnton Minced, '
N0- or35c
Pink Salmon
Peter Pan, OJCa
Tall tin. 2 FOR fc3C
Olives
Century brand, Largo
Ripe Olives.
35c
Tall tin. 2 FOR
Wesson Oil
STl37c
Grapenut Fl'ks
1 Bcetleware Spoon
with each. "iO
pkg. mc
Preserves
Sun Best fancy straw
berry or raspberry.
2 jmi 39c
Nucoa
Margarine
15c
2 LBS.
Peas
Island Boll, Extra
Standard.
No. 803 can. A.
2 FOR L JC
P. A. Tobacco
Pocket
10c
Tin
Harmony Soapi'X" ""V'
Sugar
Pure Cane
10 LBS.
49c
Milk
Oregon or
Libby's 1
TALL CAN
51c
White King
817 Main St. . B'Rl't ncscrod Good Loading at Emit'
. Limit . Jim Door
Phone 541 Quantities Kutrnnro
. JiiiIko liny Here Judge Ar
Ihur I'. liny of Lako county was
burs Friday. Ho presided In clr-
cult court for tlio taking of dnno'
sllliins of Louis Hliort and Kills
10, Itltclioy In tlio conn of Louis
Hliort vermin Lost Itlvnr Dulry
mill Kills M. Rltchny, Tlila Is ii
iluiiiiiKo Hiilt growing out of an
uuliiinolilla acaldunt.
Visiting Relative Lester L.
l.eavllt, Jr., itudnnt at Oregon
Hi ii to college, arrived In Klamath
Falls Krldny to spend spring va
cation visiting rulnllvut hare.
During hlii muy hero ha will bo
Ilia guost of Mr. and Mn. Howard
Huriili Ixol at Ihulr homo on Lako-
shora Drive.
It, N. A, llrlll Prucllro The
Royal Neighbors drill team will
moot at If rimes hull ovor tlx
Hliopard music store "on Monday
ovoiiIiik at 7:1)0 o'clock for
pracllca.
Sat. 8 Mon.
Beef Roasts
Aged 4X1
Beef, lb 2V
Oysters
Pint ...
23c
Pts. 24c
Qts. 44c
Lettuce
Fancy Large,
'Solid AA
Heads. 2 FOR 0G
Daffodils
25 in bunch IE.
SPECIAL gC
49
2 DOZ
Jello
All Flavors
5c
PKG.
Corn
Nature's Best Golden
Bantam Aft
No. 303 Tin IUG
Tomato Sauce
Royal Club M
8 OZ. TIN 4C
Van Camp's
Tomato Soup ?
CAN
Pork & Beans
New Size
Largo Tin
27 OZ. CAN IUG
Coffee
Schilling's Vacuum Pack
1 Lb 29c
2 Lbs. : 53c
Coffee
Stone's Supreme
1 Lb. Glass Jar
29c
Coffee
Great Arnorican
1 LB. TIN
25c
Cocoa
Rockwood's
2 LB. CAN
19c
10 BARS
Flour
Sperry's,
Drifted Snow 4 Afl
49 LBS. laVU
Eggs
Fresh Extras. Local
ranch Eggs In
Cartons. 2 DOZ. f G
Washing Powder Ct
. LGE. PKG.-WV
Coming Events
This calendar of coming events
has bssa compiled by th. chum
bor of commerce and Tho lleruld
Nowa, It will bs devotod to af
fairs of public Intorost. Addi
tions aro wnlcomad.
Marcb 10, Friday.
Regular mooting of tha Con.
grogutlonal Cnnimunlty clrclo at
llio Community hull at 8:00
o'clock) mou's evonlng; special
progrutn,
Annual Employers' dlnnor
to bo given at Hotel Wlllard
bamiuot room by Klamath Fulls
Fodaraflon of lluilnoss and
Professional Woman,
Wrestling at Legion hall.
March 17. Hat unlay.
Out toguthor parly und buskot
social ut Allumont gymnaiiluin.
Ili'iiuflt for Allnmout banaball
lenin and sponsored by Homo
1'rotoitlvu League. . Musla by
I'lnrsou s orcliostru.
St. Patrick's day danca to bo
given by ins Winter Dancing club
at tns wiliard notai.
Campflro girls grund council at
Klk tnmpla.
Thirty-third annual Bt. Pat
rick dances at both Morrill and
Malln. Oood music. Publio
Invited.
March 18, Sunday
Ski tournnmont at Oororn
mont camp In Crator La lis
park.
March 20, Tuesday
Regular meeting of tlio Klam
nth Louguo of Women Voters at
11:00 o'clock In tlio chambor of
commarco rooms. All womon of
tlio city Intorestod In work of the
loaguo aro Invited to attond.
March 22, Thunday.
First In a series of contract
bridge parlies to bs held by Joieph
Connor Card club at 2:00 o clock
at Ilia school. For roncrvatloni
call Mrs. Frances Glm, 16G7-W,
March 21), Friday
Annual Spring Fanlilon show
to bo presented by Klamath
Falls Federation of Uuslnoss
snd Professional Womon it
lbs Pelican theatre.
March S!l, Saturday
Elks Lodgo ball for mombors
and Invited frlonds at the Elks
Tomplo.
March Bl, Saturday
Captain Carl Von Iloffdian will
glvo an African travologuo at the
Klamath Union bleb school undor
Iho auspices of the Women's Li
brary club. ,
Lociura by Captain Carl van
Hoffman, world travolor and ad-
vonturor, given under the aus
plcos of tlio Library club. At the
auditorium of Klamath Union
high school at 3:00 o'clock,
Second annual April Fool Bust
of ths 20-30 club at tho Wlllard
hotol.
April 5, Thursday
Fishing seaaon opons.
April 0, Friday.
Visiting mombors of tha East-
aro Star to bs sponsors for a
card party to ba held Friday
evening, April 6, at tba Masonic
ball. Publlo Is Invited.
April 13, Thursday
T. L. S. danca at Wlllard
hotol.
tlet urns Home Audrey Pomel
of 613 North Eighth straot, re
turned to her home Frlduy after
receiving treatmont at Klamath
Valloy hospital.
TglSPEOAL SELLBRIO OFJ37
Vacuum Bottles,
regular $1.00 ....79c
Lunch Kits, regular -
gl.SO $1.29
Heavy Russian
Mineral Oil
Excellent Lnxntlve
FILL QUART
53c
Lifebuoy Soap
Reg. 10c Bar
8 UAHS FOIl
13c
Electric Curling Iront
nog. $1.00
Fully Guarantood
49c
Pure Vanilla Extract
Will not bake or
or froexe out
8 OZS.
29c
Sanitary Toilet Tissue
1000 Sheets
Reg. lOo
2 FOR
lie
50c Household
Rubber Glovei
Fresh Stock
PA IK
26c
75c Fitches Dandruff
Remover Shampoo
59c
Waggoner Drug Company
Waggoner Always Sells Drugs for Less
Ninth and Main . . Phone 9
Hentenra Huapendnd A fine of
10 or Jail sentence of five days
assossud against Itoy Dock on
charges of drunkenness, wss sus
pended by the police judge, In or
der that tho man might return to
work.
Undergo Operations Ballle and
Hammlo i'oole, 4-year-old twins
of Mr, and Mrs. "Doc" Poole of
illlclelirund, submitted to tonsil
operations at Moulo saniturlum
on Murch ID, Thay aro reported
to be recovering satisfactorily.
Leaves Hospital Richard
Owens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Owens, 2320 Ebarleln street, has
returned to his home after nosrly
three months spent In Klamath
Valley hospital rocuporatlng from
two major operations.
Forfeit, nail Albert Loren
Freeze, arrosted on charges of
driving while Intoxicated, forfeit
ed ball upon failure to appear In
police court to answer to the
count Friday,
Iteceived Treatment Alfred
Orlin of tho Crater Lake Ski club
loft Klamath Valley hospital Fri
day afternoon aftor receiving
treatment. Ho ' was threatoned
with pneumonia. ;
Ilonpliul Patient John Ogle,
5-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
II. H. Ogle of Weyerhaeuser
camp, Is a patient at Hillside
bonpltal, where he is receiving
mudlcal care.
Returns to Keno Mrs. James
Simpson of Kono returned homo
Friday after recuperating from a
major operation at Klamath Val
loy hospital.
Itoturns to Put leu Louis Ar
nold of the traffic department of
the citV nolle. fnrpA. volnrnnA tn
his duties Friday after an attack
of Influenza,
Daughter Named Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Mitchell of Algoma
havo named thoir Infant daugh
ter Patricia Ann. The baby was
born recently at Hillside hoapltal.
lln. Minor GneralfonNnrmnn
Olson of Modoc Point underwent
a minor nose operation Thurs
day at Klamath Valley hospital.
Undergoes Operation Mrs. A.
Reed of 312 McKlnley street un
derwent a major operation Fri
day morning at Klamath Valley,
hospital.
Medical Patient Rex La Prar-
le of tbo 8nyder Motor company
is a patient at Klamath Valley
hospital where be Is receiving
treatmont.
Receiving Treatment Jlmmie
Shaw, 9-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Royal Sbaw. 80S. Pacific
Terrace, Is a medical patient at
Hillside hospital.
Receiving Treatment C. A.
Bradley, 14 Torrey street, is re
ceiving medical care at Hillside
hospital.
Hospital Patient W. Lund-
qulst. 2411 Union street, is a
patient at Hillside hospital where
bo is recolvlng medical care.
Cigarettes and
Tobacco
Edgeworth
Pound Tin Humidor
81 Tobacco Pouch
Package Pipe Cleaners
All for 97c
Prince Albert or Velvet
1-Ib. tin humidor....74c
Va-Ib. tin humidor....37c
15c tin 10c
Bull Durham or Duke'
Mixture
Sack '. 4c
Four Sacks 15c
Granger
1-lb. tin humidor 70c
10c package 7c
Cigarette Paper
White or Brown, reg
ular 5c, 3 for ....10c
Cigarettes
Chesterfields, Luckies,
Camels 19a
Package .. AV
Carton $1.13
Kools, Spuds, pkg. 13c
Wings, 2 pkgs 19c
nrlng your prescriptions to
us. Wo earry one of the
freshest and most complete
storks of Prescription Chem
icals In Southern Oregon.
Nevada Prober
fa
Col. Willtum H. Neblctt, Los An
geles attorney who is conducting a
hearing (or the Senate judiciary
committee into the appointment of
Frank H. Norcross, Nevada, as a
judge at the U. B. Circuit Court
OI Appeals.
Cataracts Removed George
W. Wilson, billon tcamp, Happy
Camp, Calif., underwent a major
oporatlon of tho eye when a catar
act was removed Friday at Hill
side hospital.
Frobach Named Administrator
H. O. Frobach has been named
administrator of the estate of Ida
David instead, of I. A. Towey, ac
cording to records at the county
clerk's office.
Returns Home W. D. Rider
returned to his home at 712 St.
Francis street, after receiving
treatment at Hillside hospital.
Vlsitlna; From Bend Duncan
McKay of Bend was a visitor in
Klamath Falls Friday.
Court House Records
(Thursday)
Divorce HnlU Filed
Roland T. Warren versus El
len E. Warren. Plaintiff charges
desertion. Couple married in
Klamath Falls in 1929.
Other Suits Filed
California Oregon Power com
pany versus JameB McGovern, et
al. Plaintiff asks that defendant
be required to set forth the na
ture of claim on certain described
property.
Divorces Granted
MjTle 'Mary Paddock versus
Albert LeRoy Paddock. Plaintiff
granted tha custody of a minor
child.
HUSKY THROATS
Overtaxed by
smoking
Ripple Bond Stationery
60 Sheets
25 Envelopes
ALL FOR
49c
Alarm Clocks
Square Type
1 Year Guarantee
Reg. 81-50
98c
Light Globes
Guaranteed
60 Watt
EACH
10c
30c Bromo Seltzer 21c
30c Bromo Quinine 19c
$1.50 Petrolagar 89c
$1.20 S. M. A 95c
50c Vicks Drops ....33c
25c Feenamint ........19c
25c Exlax 19c
50c Hexol 39c
BLADES '
25c Gillette Blades 19c
Gem Blades 29c
$1.00 Bon Kora ....69c
85c Kruschen Salts 67c
25c Citrate Mag
nesia 15c
60c Aika Seltzer ....46c
50c Jergens Lot 39c
1106 AGREEMENT
E SET
Word has been received by ths
county agent s office that the of
ficial closing date for submitting
corn-hog contracts In Oregon has
been sot for April 3. This means
that there romulns less than
three weeks to those who have
not already complotod contracts
to get them In. As these con
tracts are for the year 1934
only, there will be no re-opening
of the corn-hog slgn-np, as was
done with wheat.
Permanent committees have
been elocted for each commu
nity, a list of which was pub
lished the first of this week.
Members of the various commit
tees should be consulted as to
details for filling In contracts,
or call at the county agent's of
fice for particulars.
Alturas Residents
Plan Bank Action
ALTURAS. Calif. Mass meet
ings of the depositors of the de
funct Modoc County bank have
been held here with representa
tives of the state banking depart
ment to discuss ways and means
for a reorganization of the bank
with the depositors themselves be
coming stockholders in the In
stitution. The finances of the bank were
In better shape than the average
depositor realized and a spirit of
optimism prevailed during the
tentative reorganization. The Mo
doc County bank, with headquar
ters here and branches at Cedar
vlllo and Fort Bid well, closed its
doors on December 2, 1933.
1 OOympia (Siroceiry I
1128 Main St. Across From Elk Hotel Phone 943
$2.00 Orders Delivered FREE Plenty Parking Space
Try the Olympia for
QUALITY SERVICE VALUE
ssssasassasassMgtlsgtaailss
COFFTEE Saturday Crackers
C B. C brand. Fresh
l-Lb. Can 8-Lb. Caa Cflf Mfl'S V
9linUaj Grahams or
jO" 58 Monday mM"
HOT Cigarettes crt. $tfl3
Chesterfields Lackies, Old Golds, Camels. sssV
SPECIAL SAT. ONLY
roro Bread ....... loaf gc
" yKi Local bakeries, sliced. Whole wheat and white. ST
Vita Red. Add little salt Kefrular sixe. SAT. ONLY. ' .
wben served. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
2L CsT Milk . . . 6 tall cans Jc
I 1."" Carnation. Borden's, Alpine, fie go. Pet, ItVr
S)(C Sugar . . . . 10 lbs. SOc
S O. H. Fine granulated. The best ssVaCf
yon can boy. Sanitary cloth bags. ' '
GRAPEFRUIT Del Monte afSt1 i9afa
25c Wesson Oil gftc
CORN-Whole Kernel. Gold- Half GaBon cans . ssV
en Bantam, Stringless Beans. mm
Popple. Regular siae "Wt t 49 US. Sfl 85
2 CANS Drifted Snow. Home Perfected sftsV
MINCED CLAMS Warren- , 1
ton Razor Clams. The high- GOLD MEDAL QA
ft'caSs 19C Kitchen Tested. 49 LBS.
OLEO Troco, Nucoa, Gem
pound 7c EGGS . . dozen ITflc
KETCHUP Heina or Cross iIVW '
& BlnckwelL Hlghest quality Local Large selected Fresh Extras. Best In town. Sat. Only.
LARGE 1Q. aiisss ss ssaw.ww.-saws.w..iasawaasB.
BOTTLES 7L m m. mm -m mm
BROOMS-Nice Llglit Qual- Mall. . .3 ID. C3H
EACH 35C Bine Blbbon, Light or Dark. mW aslV
SOAP Ivory Med. SJ sasssassssssssssssssssssssssisaBasBSBSB
S3aS Soap .... 10 bars Ogc
Inted, big pkgs "J1" P A O or Crvstal White aTf sjj
JOAP Lifebuoy or .miim
BVe Cake Flour pick8.ege 9Sc
4-LB. PKGS. ... j36 Swnnsdown MmjnA
MUSHROOMS Cue Mush- 331!.!''''"'""'
raiKioc Walnuts ... 2 lbs. Rftc
CRAB S.' &. W. and Trn Oregon Soft Shell Frnnqnettcs. Bnrgnln. aatV
Puck Deep Sea. All 2C3 """""s s.
SHIUMP Dunbar Medium RpPf Ci .... 6 iflOt. f!J?C
Size. Highest Qual- VCAa 2 UWw. JilTN'
ity. 2 CANS Acme, Rainier, Blue Ribbon, Olympia, v
SALMON Alaska . aw Rhelnlnmler. Ice cold. SAT. ONLY
Rod. Tall Cans 3 mmmmmm sMss-aMsasssaa
CORNMEAL Gold Medal & sff9A
nuT'oor jr-ca; Wines not. Qkc
White. 10-Lb. Bag "J Burgundy, Zlnfandel, Riesling, Claret, sWsi
OATS Sperry's Quick or Sautome.
ibCostks8 39c Sauteme, in ' bulk, Gal. ...... $3.00
PANCAKE FLOUR Crown ..a-.-.. -s. BaM
or Speny's A f ORANGES Sunklst, Large, LETTUCE Imperial, Solid
10-Lb. Sacks Juicy S) Heads fl,
COCOA Rock- A,, DO.KN EACH 3
wood's. 2-Lb. Cans ,
GI,OSS OK CORN STARCH BANANAS Golden nine, CAULIFLOWER Oregon,
Stnloy's -t.- fancy Ct wl,l,c. N,c0 Ct
Pkqe I ... OC 4 Lb HEAD ........... ......9S
HEADQUARTERS FOR FINEST LUNCH MEATS AND IMPORTED AND
DOME3TIC DELICACIES SEE OUR DISPLAY
OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
Class Entertained
at Church Tonight
Tha adult class of tha Im
manuel Baptist cnurch won ths
Sunday school quartsrly contest
and will ba entertained Friday
evening in the church parlors at
7:30 o'clock when teachers and
workers of the Sunday school
department will be tha ftosts.
A committee composed of Mrs.
W. T. S. Sprlggs, chairman; Vir
ginia Larkey and Mrs. C. E. Mo
Clellan Is In charge of arraage
ments. Airport Program
Pushed by CWA
ALTURA8. Calif. S. A. Mush
en, local director of the CWA, will
concentrate his forces on a final
project to construct a modern air
port at this place on the McArtbur
TODAY'S BEST BUY
16-in. Dry Pine Slabs
Double loads $400
Single loads $325
For quality and quantity yon can't beat these prices. It's
the ideal fuel for this spring weather.
Blockwood Double loads $550
Single loads $40
Brooder Coal, that does not clinker CCi
100 lb. sacks ..........
(Bring Your Own Sack),
HEILBBONNER 8 RE A
"Fuel that Satisfies"
Plus Service
Office and Yard, 821 Spring St. Phone 280-W
ranch just outside tha city limits.
Tha federal government, th. coun
ty and oil oompanlea will unit, la
cooperative efforts to complete tha
project. Two wldo runways, dry
almost .very day of the year and
each almost a mile In length, will
be constructed by CWA orsws.
Work Will Start
on Road Project
ALTURAS, Calif. Under the
supervision of J. H. Wood, bureau
of publlo roads engineer, Work
will be started shortly on rail
road overpass on the Canby-Malln
highway, a forest highway project
on which surfacing Is now under
way. Tha contract for the over
pass, which eliminates a bad grado
crossing, has boon awnrdod to A.
Fredrick Anderson of Sacramento,
the contract price being $10,898.
70. About 40 men are working 00
the Perei-Malln section ot tha
Canby-Malln highway.