The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, April 06, 1934, Page 7, Image 7

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    April 0, 1034
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
PAGE SSVO
ALTU1U8, Onllf. Approxl
mntnly 75 pnnpl from HiU ally,
mainly members of Ilia liuml Ho
tnry dluli and tholr rrliiiiiln, wnro
guuata Tuuidny Might of tin 9 7 7 1 U
t.'oiiumny, CCO nt thnlr llucku
nnro Cninl). Tho affnlr, Rtimnil
mlir tho euporvlslcm of Cnut. W.
0. Mnury, oommauillui officer,
mid hla elaff wu mi exproaalon
of tho good feellna; which hna ex
isted between llio Ilnrkuinoro
Cnmp did Ilia poopla of llila city
I no Ite ealablleliment almost a
year ano.
TIiu llnrknmore Camp, which
has onlnbllahed a record of ae
oumpllahmiml anil conduct aa out
atamllng In tho Itoddlnj district,
la loontod amnni tha plna traaa In
tho weet.rn part of tha Modoc
nutlonut forest and la manned
partly by boya from local polnta
and purlly by youlha from tha
bay ruKlon,
Dr, S. F. Scott
Movet to Klamath
Dr. H. F. Ucott, uraduuin chlr
opodlat,. haa moved to Kluumtb
Knlla from Hiii.'in and la opvnliig
offlcoa ut 303 Oregon Hunk build
lllfC. Dr. Bcott alated ha la ono of
thrao graduat ohlropoillata In
tho atatn. 1 1 u was 13 yimra In
Malum, whoro ho did tha ruforrod
work ot phyalolana. lit waa all
yeara on tha atata board of chlr
opudy uxanilnura uudiir tlimo gov
ornnra, Tho nowconinr la a apoclullat
III tho atralitlitunlu of ohlldrun'a
feet and hla brncee ara liund-muda
In hla own offlcaa.
Roteburg Woman
Commits Suicide
IlOSHUUIta, Ora., April 0, (P)
Hi-ndlng her two amnll children
to tho hiima of a nolKhhor wlili a
nolo annouiiclnii hor Intontlon of
killing haraslf, Mra. May Wallucr
Wlnklomnn, 24, a rnalilent of
Uloiiclulc, llilt morning almt nor
aelf tliroimh tha choat, Inflicting
wonnda which reaultil In Imr
donlh ahortly before 10 o'clock.
AMUSEMENTS
Vo Now playing1, "Day of
Ruckoiilng," wlta Madga Evana
and Itlcluird I)i.
Pelican Now playing, "Ann
Vlckara," with Iruno Dunn and
Waltar iluilon.
Pins Tree Now playing,
"Hold That Olrl," with Jouiui
Dunn and Clulra Troror.
Italnbow Now playing,
lu." ,
AT TIIH VOX.
"Do-
ror "SPMNGTIME APPETITES
, RICIIT now, when everybody' tired of monolonout win
' ler food, cluing to erbpneu! Try a bowl of criap
Kellogg' Corn Fluke with milk or creuiu, for break
fast. See bow keen and fit you feel. '
Kellogg' are rich in energy eaar to digest Ideal
for ibe children' (upper. Alwuye oven-freah and flavor
perfect htpt o by the hoat-tenled Inner WAXT1TE bag.
Made by Kellogg In Battle Creek.
ron criopzibss
CORN
FLAKES
MOMawl
...ffcjl I JL Mi.W
. .X $...'i.iwu" . . w.H
RICHARD DIX and MADGE EVANS
WDAY OF RECKONING
"Thrill them by oar."
Tho baalo rule for oreatlng
drama on tha radio for mllllona
ot llatonora haa been adapted for
uae In tulklng plcturea by Charlna
Drabln, who recently directed
"Day of Reckoning," prlaon dra
ma alnrrlng Richard DIx, and cur
rnntly allowing at tb Vox thea
tre, ending Saturday night.
Tha new picture la baaed on a
Blnrtllnr revelation of tha fam
ily hnrdnhlpa eauiied when a man
la aunt to prlaon. Madxo Evana,
Conway Tonrle, Una Merkel and
Stuart Erwln have promlnoot
roloa.
AT TIIK I'KMCAN.
With womon conatantly en
larging their aphero In Ufa, tha
o, motion of whether or not a ea
rner other thnn that of wlfo and
mother la compatible with feml
nlno hnpplncaa la often a sub
ject for oontroreray.
Thla quoatlon la aald to be
treated fonrlcaaly and frankly In
"Ann Vlckora," letnut and moat
annaatlounl of Sinclair Lowla'
boat aelllng novela, the acroen
roralon of which la now playing
at lh Pelican. "Ann Vlck
rr" haa arouacd discussion audi
a fow worka ot fiction ever have.
Irono Dunne and Walter Hue
ton are eo-elarred.
Tho loading eupportlng parts
are In tha hanua of auch out
standing favorites aa Conrad
Nasal, Edna May Oliver and
Uruco Calmt.
AT TUB I'INB TltKE.
Love-making and wlae-crack-
Ing at a faat and merry pace,
Jumna Dunn and Clair Trovor
appear together again In fox
nim'e Intent ruleaee "Hold That
Olrl!" whlob playa at tha Pine
Tree Theatre today. The amort
repartee of tha two acroen aw.ut
hcurta Id thla brlak and breezy
comedy romance will koep the
large audleno conatantly laugh
ing. ' AT TIIK ll.UMIOW.
For the aake of thrill) the
Imagination la awopt wildly Vy-
ward In "Deluge," playing to
day at tha Rainbow theatre.
"Deluge" la tha acreen version of
tha destruction of clvllltatlon by
Olympia 'Grocery
1128 Main Street
Acroas From Elk Hotel
Saturday, Sunday & Monday Specials
BEER
Over 5 $
7 Bottles . .
WINE
Port. Slurry, Angelica,
Muacatel
Qt. M25
Bottle ...
WINE
SAUTERNE
Hlghoat Quality. Tha beat
dlnuer wlua you can buy
Qt. $1.00
yx Gal. . . . 1.50
Gal 3-00
Vegetable
Shortening
Snowdrift
3-lb. Can
430
OATS
Mother's, quick or reg
ular, with Chinese. ,
crystalwnr C
LCE. PKQ
FLOUR
Drifted Snow or
Plllsbury's 4 OA
49 LBS AOT
SHRIMP
S&W & Trupak, extra
large fancy - 4Cf
CAN
CRACKERS
Sunshine Krlspios and
Grahams
2-LB BOXES
29c
Plenty ,
Parking Space
l'nrk aa lon an you Hniit
wlilln a li o i I n k nt the
Olympln. Wo deliver.
1'linno IMH
Wesson Oil
Uncxcollud for' Saluda.
12-Gal.
Can . .
63c
FLOUR
Kitchen
wheat
49 LBS.
Queen hard-
$1.69
SHRIMP
Dunbar, large
shrimp
2 CANS
25c
RED SALMON
Alaska fancy
CAN
17C
CORN MEAL
Sperry', yellow or
white
10-LB. BAGS
25c
PORK A BEANS
Large cans 4 tin
2V4 SIZE Vl
WHITE KING
Granulated soap
Large Pkgt
29c
HAMS
Swift's Premium
ned hams, 10 to
12 pounds
POUND
WALNUTS .
Oregon Franquettos,
soft shell
2 LBS
skin-
20c
45c
OLEO
Nucoa or Troco
Gem Nut (
3 LBS
25c
COFFEE
Snnhodn,
CIi.ibo &
Weal, 8. & W.,
House, M. i
2-Lb.
Cans
Gulden
Muxwoll
13.
sse
SUGAR
C. & H. Pur Can Granu
lated.. In aanltary olotb
baga
10
Lbs. ....
53e
EGGS
reah
inran
25c
Local etrlctly fresh med.,
Monoy back guarantoe.
2 DOZ.
Bread
Local Bakery,
urday only.
Loaf . . .
Sliced. Sat-
8e
BROOMS,
Nice light
brooms
EACH
35c
CLOROX
Quart Size
15c
SPINACH
Fancy quality
2 Large Can .
25C
CORN, cream style,
Golden Bantam, String-
les Bean and Pea,
Tomato Puree
STour choice
2 CANS
25c
CATSUP.
Heinz or Cross" and
Blnckwell
Large Bottl
19c
MILK
Llbby'a and
Morning '
CAN
sic
Nloe, Juicy, Bunklat
Oranges
Doz.
25c
ftgr. . .. 2Se
Solid Ilendn
Lettuce
5c
nioo, nips
Strawberries.
a cvi'H
22c
Open Evening and Sunday for Your Convenience.
a tidal nood that aweoea around
tha entire world deatroylng all
nf tha handiwork of man. Tha
hlgbllitht In the picture la tha
crumbling of Now York'e giant
akyacrapori by terrlflo earth
ahock.
County School Superintendent
Frd Fetoraon will ba tha prin
cipal apeaker Saturday morning
at meeting of the 4-II'club
county council at 10:30 o'clock
In tho Fremont achool cafeteria,
according to an announement
from Frank Sexton, county club
agent.
I'eteraoD will talk on the part
4-H club work play la the
county achool eyatnm.
Dlacnaalon ot 4-H work, and
plana for Achievement day will
be made Saturday morning, and
all club leadera and tnachera, aa
well aa other Intorsited In varl
oua projfete ar. cordially Invited
to attend.
Two Portland
Matmen Enter
National Meet
PORTLAND, Ore., April t. (VP)
Laurel of tha 1934 Pacific
northweat amateur wreatllng tour
nament reated today on tho boada
ot nlna now cbamplona.
Two .of them, Glenn Savage,
Multnomah club, 17S, and Walter
Noack, Multnomah club, 145,
were elected to compete for na
tional champlonahlpe at Amea,
Iowa, next weak.
WRESTLING
By VnlteA Free
At New York, New Lenox club!
Tony Morelll, Italy, threw Frankla
Light, Indiana; Maurlc LaChv
pelle, France, drew wltb Johnny
Carlln, Sweden; Charley John
atone, Cuba, threw Phil Koacb,
New York. .
At Milwaukee; Sammy Stain,
New York, threw Mllo Steinberg,
St. Louie. .
At Cedar Itaplda, Iowa; BID
Edwarda Knnaaa City, threw
Jack O'Dell, Dourer,
M0D0C POINT
MODOO POINT, Ora. Mr and
Mra. Melvln Vanderhoff dror to
Cooa Bay to attend the funeral of
Mr. Vanderboff'a father, who
panned away Tueaday.
Mra. 8. B. Alt and Mra. I.
Kgelln and daujht.r ttt.ntM
the Eaatar aortic Sunday at tb
Preabyterlan church.
Mra. Edna Bpangler and Mra.
N. Y. Stoddard and eon, Quy, at
tended tb Baater aervtcH at tha
Mathodlat church Sunday.
Now that the aprlng weather
haa arrlver, M. D. Johuaon, Kmll
Johnaoa and R. Q. Watt have
taken their anllboat the "Hall
Diver" out of winter Itortg tad
are ealllng th lake when tb
breeze permlta.
Mra. Harry Phillip and h.r
aon have returned from Loa An
gelee, where they hav bail tor
aeverni weeka.
L HfnetalU bntm. Mail wtttlMW
aou tt Mall BTXaVwa!!
6 DAT SALE-UBBTS FAMOUS PRODUCTS
April 6 to 12th-Natlonal Quality
2 LARGE Wr
CANS JfW
ASPARAGUS
Hillsdale ; Square 4"? a
salad tips , Can Xi
FRUIT SALAD
Oelicioua .
mixed fruits
Si 15c
,18c
PEARS
Fancy - Lge.
aalves Can
KRAUT
Fine shredded
it's Lge. M
clean Can
MUSTARD
Libby'g A 6-oz. jai.
Usty A JarX3V
APRICOTS
Fancy
quality
c.L17c
Bottle.
i3c
6-oz.
Bottle
Qt. Jars 25c
17c
00 '
CTgal J Ready to Servo
jZZr MEATS
LUNCH TONGUE
For those quick
lunches Can
VEAL LOAF
Slices easily
sandwiches
in a jiffy
VIENNA SAUSAGE
Can't you taste 2
them now " Can
CORN BEEF
Libby's, for good old
corned beef No. 1 M9fg
2
Can 4
SATURDAY AND MONDAY
SAVINOS
Highland brand
extra No. 10 AQgt
valut Can1
California Rice
Extracts
Bunny brand : 4 Of
imitation. 4-oa botXVI.
Fancy broken, lay in a 10-lb.
supply 5 LBS. 20c Pkg.
3$
Beaches
LARGE i7c
CANS
No.
2
Drink ,Ajm.
rqentle press
bmato Juice
2 Cans
19c
CANS
'St- '533f.
PINEAPPLE JUICE
Libby's, it's genuine No. 2
and pure Cana
FANCY PICKLES
Rosedale, whole sweets Qt
and sweet mixed . . Jar
and cabbage
i .
1Ca fil (eJJIIIJIH
I5c
L 19c
25c
29c
25c
Can
GRAPEFRUIT
Libby's Florida No. 2
tree riuened Cana
BANTAM CORN
Libby's Golden Bantam, just heat
with a little am No. 2 a)Mj,
butter CaniV
THE BEST COSTS NO MORE AT SAFEWAY
PEANUT BUTTER
Max-I-Mum quality.
tn bulk ...... 2 LBS.
PANCAKE FLOUR
22
3afeway High Quality
3elf Rising. ..........
SHORTENING
Formay (The Perfect
Shortening)
TOMATOES
Our choice. Solid pack.
Save now.. ......................
9-LB,
.. BAGS
S LB. CAN
3 LGE.
- ..CANS1
48
Vk
Fresh Vefetable from Klamath's .
V Finest Fruit Display.
Fresh Strawberries 3 cups 27c
Sweet, red. ripe.
Snnkist Oranges. . . .10 Cor 19c
Large trait i - -
Asparagus ........ .3 Lbs. 14c
Greed atalka
Potatoes .. . ... . 8 Lbs. 11c
V. 8. No. la
Carrots ... 2 Bo. 5c
Fall alze bunches
Grapernit 4 for 13c, doz. 33c
Sunklat, medium alae.
SALAD DRESSING
Best Foods new "home style" JU ART
improves salad flavor..................JAR
MAXWELL HOUSE
Vita Fresh Coffee.. ....-...XB,
CAN
40-OZ.
. PKG.
LGE.
...CAN
We Are Proud to Offer the Finest
Baby Beef
Chickens
Freah
dreaaed
Lb. W
HaE nox Shoulder cut
Baby Beef
Sausage country atyle
LBS,
25'
Picnic
Swift' sugar
cured
Lb. 14"
For That
Lunch
Swift' Premium Product
BOILED HAMS
SPICED HAMS
Lb.
29c
Weiner .
Bologna
Mince Ham
Liver Sauage
2 Lbs.
15c
17c
24c
5c
OLEO
Nucoa or 9
Crux Lba.
TISSUE
Waldort soft 4
and sate Rolls
CALUMET
Baking lb.
Powder Can
JELLO
All
flarors Pkg.
CAMELS
The fresh 2 p
Cigarettes Pkgs.3v
CLOROX
Cleans and Pint q
Bleaches Bottle 7
CATSUP
Honeysuckle Brand
2 8-Oono
Bottle 3
:rackers
Salted Sodas or
Qraham a-Lb. ;..
Box Z5C
SUGAR
rin 8-T,b.
Powdered Pkg.
19c
WHITE KING
Granulated Washing
Machine Soap ..... .................
PORK AND BEANS
Van Camp's More for
your money ...... ..
STRING BEANS
White Daisy brand, choice 4 No 2
pack, Buy plenty..: ...9 CANS,
SAFEWAY FLOUR
Highest quality all hardwheat, 49-LB.
Buy the best and save.............. .BAG
28c
BEANS
Fancy red
or 3-LB.
white. PKG..
MILK
Max-I-Mum
Quality
6 TALL CANS-
CHEESE
Kraft assorted in the
new
Swanky jars.
MACARONI
Rose City
curve 3-LB.
cut. PKG.
BEER
Brown
Derby
6Va Bottle
PEAS
Field Ripe
Standard,
2 Mo. 2 CANS
14c
s35c
17c
19c
39c
19c
PARK FREE at the Central Parking Lot be
tween 7th and 8th on Pine street and do
your (hopping at Safeway. We (tamp your
ticket which entitle you to "Free Parking."
Something different with steak.
French Fried Onionl
Onions
Milk -
Flour : ' ' '
Cut large onions !n '(-inch
slices and soak in milk to cover
for 30 minutes. Dredge . with
flour by piecing in a paper sack
and shakinq qently. fry in hot
fat (365 degrees F.) hot enough
to brown an Inch cube of bread
in 60 seconds. Drain and salt.
For aid In household problems,
menu planning or special recipe,
send In roar tcqueat with a
addressed, etamped envelop to
Julia Lee Wright, director Bom.
makera' Bureau, flafewar Stores,
Inc., Bo 600, Oakland. Call
forala.