The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, May 19, 1942, Page 3, Image 3

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Mny 10, 1042
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
PAGE THREE
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Garden ,Club to Meet Flral
meeting nt Ihu Alluniiint Garden
rlul) under direction of the now
nrfkvn will hit held Wednesday
afternoon, Mny 20, lit (hit homo
I Mr. Juilklti. IiihhiiiucIi ii
tlm program (nr the conilnti your
will bo outlined, It wns hoped
that nil member will attend
DlicclliiiiK lor rriichliiK till) Jud
kin rtMlilmicn wi'i'u given nit:
turn In li'ft lit Kl I'lidrn on the
Lukevli-w hlilhwny, und It In tilt)
third house on rlulit liiuid aldn
of tho I ii no, Tlio meeting will
oiipii lit 2 o'clnrk.
Unit Mooti Tho Modoc Point
home economic unit held
nii'i'thiK My in hi tho commun
ity hull. Mm. Wlnnlfrrd (Illlcn,
Klnmntli county lioinit demon
Htriillon uncut, miiikc on "Snfo
llnmn Dry Cleaning." anil din
ciihurd picwlnit unrinenta after
thcy wcrn denned. A dre,
blouse, aiiitcout, man' felt hat
mil severnl tlrn wero success
fully clrnncd mid dried. Dls
ruiwlon on topic for next yenr
wm held during tho buslnc
meeting. A potluck luncheon
wa nerved at noon.
To Graduate Word wn re
ceived hero Tuesday advising
friend of tho itriidimtlon on Mny
21 of .Hlchiird "Dick" Cllmiin,
27, from tho Went Count tniln
Inn center, United Slnte army
nir Corp lit Wllllum field, WIL
Hum, Arl.. Young Cllmiin, r.n
of Mr, unit Mr. Guy Cllmiin of
lilsbcc. Aril., and formerly of
thl city, win (triiduiited aevcrnl
year nuo from Kluinath Union
high nchool.
k Son Born Mr. and Mr. Ed
"ward D. Hickman, route 3 box
232F, nro parent of a son born
at HIIIMdo hospital Tuenlny
innrnlnK. The youim man weigh
Pd B pound 8 ounce and I do
ing nicely. Hickman I chief
clerk of Weyerhaouer Timber
company.
In Accldant Paul Tlchenor,
construction engineer at the Jnn
nnea reception center near
Tulclake, wa dlmled from
Klnmntli Valley hopltal where
ha ha been since curly Sunday
morning following an automo
hllo accident.
Killed In Accldant Mr. and
Mr. W. F. Jlnetto of Merrill
have received word that a neph
ew of Mr. Jlncttc, Conrad J. In
gram, scrgennt In the tank
corp. wa killed In a motor ac
cident In Australia.
Improving Mr. Harold H.
Hackett, 471)8 Climax avenue, 1
recovering nicely at Klumnth
Valley hospital where he re
cently underwent a major oper
ation. She may now hnva visi
tors. Return Stato Senator Mnr
hall Cornett returned Monday
evening from a business trip
which took him to Portland. Ho
also attended a Rotary confer
ence held In Victoria, D. C.
Visitors Mr. Walter Zctz
man of 2447 Reclamation ave
nue, la recovering at Klamath
Valley hospital from a recent
operation and hospital attend
ant iiald Tuesday aha was pcr
.mltted visitors.
f ttiesim$&t$g2i! IMS
BLENDED WHISKEY, 116 Proof. The straight whiskies In this
product nro 4 yenr or more old. 27 Straight Whiskey. 72 S
Griitn Neutral Spirits. Sclicnlcy Distiller Corporation, N.Y. C.
- iWiWH
Plan Trip Mr. Clara Shaw
will leuvo Wednesday fur tho
smith, accompanying Mr.
(Joorgo Ilurgor who will join
her hiisbunit In llukcrafluld.
They plan to atop over In Stock
ton where they will vlalt Mr.
Uliuw's grnnddiiughtor and fuin
lly, Dr, und Mra. Allen Eugene
I'rlemt, und In Sun Lul Obispo,
where they will be guest of
Mr, und Mrs. Samuel J. Coull,
formerly of thl city. They ulso
plan to uttend grnduntlon ex
ercise ut Cul-Aero air field nenr
Oxruird where Mra, Shnw'a
grandson, Jack Ray of thl city,
will complete hi course. Mr.
Kay In now with her husband
In tho louth, friend hers will
bo lntereted to learn,
Wednesday Club A clever
no-hostess purty I planned by
member of Wednesday club of
St, Paul' Episcopal church for
Wednesday evening In the
parish house at 8 o'clock. The
invitation asked each member
or guest to bring her own augar
and dcert for one. Coffee will
bo acrved. There will be elec
tion of officera and carda.
Transferred Tommy Wat
tera, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Tbomua 11. Walters, ha been
transferred from Paine field,
Washington, to McGowcn field,
Ilolao, Ida., according to word
received hero Monday by hi
parent. Young Walters la In
tho ordnance depurtmcnt of tho
US army air corps.
Rotary Luncheon G. C.
Lorcnz, who returned recently
from a atay of several weeks
In Washington, D. C, accom
panied by Mrs. Lorcnz, will bo
principal H-akcr at the Friday
noon luncheon meeting of Ro
tary club, it wa announced by
President R. D. Kller.
Improving T. S. Abbott of
the Great Northern office here,
will remain at Mayo hospital In
Rochester, Minn., for another
week, according to word re
ceived by Mrs. Abbott on Tues
day. He recently underwent a
serious operation.
Returns Bouth Lieutenant
E. E. Bulslger, who visited here
recently with his parents, Mr.
and Mra, Elmer Uulslger, re
turned to duty as Instructor In
advanced flying at Luko field,
Arizona, after spending a week
in Klamath Falls.
Barbecue Supper Members
of tho Izaak Walton league will
meet at 7:30 o'clock Wednes
day evening at the home of
Rahlen C. Hastings on Lake
shore drlvo for an outdoor bar
becue supper and meeting.
Has Operation James Welch,
10, son of Mr. and Mr. J. T,
Welch, 2300 Blchn street, Is im
proving at Klamath Valley hos
pital. The boy recently under
went a major operation.
Improving BUlle Shelley, 12-ycar-old
daughter of Mrs. Edna
Shelley of Dorris, ia recovering
nicely at Klamath Valley hospi
tal following a major operation.
Scientific tests have Indicated
that a bee's eyes are only about
1 per cent as efficient as a hu
man's. I U II III w
Because it Gives You
Uie Best from 4 Great
Distilling States
That BNIQUB tasto is from
4 prize whiskies from the
4 groat distilling states
Keiitucky.Iniliana, Pennsyl
vania, and Maryland! Here
you tasto them "composed"
expertly into tlio flavor that
makrs your drink. And you
get it only in Schcnley I Try
it, tonight!
Blended with tho Finest
Grain Neutral Spirits
for Perfect MILDNESS I
Drinks
SCHENLEY
THE TANTK IT TAKES .'
4 STATKA TO MARK
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LAKE VIEW Graduation fes
tivities for tho members of the
Lukevlew high grutuutlng clusa
begin Saturday afternoon when
members of tho American As
sociation of University Women
will hold their annual formal tea
for the girls of the class between
tho hours of 4 and S at the home
of Mrs. Gordon Smith,
Uaccalaureato services will
follow on Sunday evening at the
high school auditorium with Rev,
Patrick Gaire of the Catholic
church delivering the graduation
address.
The services will bo as fol
lows: Processional "March", Mori
dee Moore.
Cornet solo, "Maid of the
Milt," polka, Vinton Pope.
Invocation, Rev. Eugene Nel
son. "Homeland," and "America
Triumphant," Lakeview high
school Gleo club.
Graduation address, Rev. Pat
rick Gulre.
Pluno solo, "Malug Vena,"
Marllce Wilson.
Benediction, Rev. Gordon C.
Griffin.
Recessional, "Priests March,"
Meridco Moore.
Graduation will climax the
week's activities with the exer
cises being held at the high
school auditorium. Marilyn Wil
son will deliver the valedictorian
address and Lester Wiillioms the
salutorlan address. Presentation
of diplomus will be made by
Laura Waterman, high school
principal.
Members of the graduating
class are Donald Alger, Jack
Anderson, Moya Ball, Daniel
Barry, Ellen Barry, Margaret
Bays, Darlene Brown, Virginia
Chandler, Garnctt Clifton, Jerry
Colter, Mary Croxton, John
Dick, Maurice Drcnkel, Francis
Ellmcrs. Douglas Fetsch, Juanita
Finch, June Fine, Nalene Green,
Edna Haught, Olcne Havinear,
Robert Hendrickson, Lester
Hiatt, Eva Hickman, Jack Hick
man, Thomas Jenkins, Marianne
Johnson, Steve Kadramus, Mel
vln Kldd, John Lane, Elaine La
satcr, Everett Lerwick, Patricia
Ludwig, Clcora Morton, Mcrldce
Moore, Marjorlo Moss, Yujl
Nakogama, Robert Nelson, Mar
garet O'Connor, James Ogle,
John O'Lcary, Dick Palmerlee,
Dorothea Purdue, Gordon Peat,
William Reagan, Wanda Sander,
Emogene St. John, Marietta Sum
mers, Theresa Taylor, Robert
Thomaycr, Lester Williams? Tess
Williams, Maryln Wilson, and
Mildred Winchester.
AT
MERRILL In his baccal
aureate sermon Sunday night
to members of this year's grad
uating class of the Merrill high
school, Rev. Lawrence Mitchel
more, pastor of the Merrill
Presbyterian church, spoke on
"Counterfeit Greatness," that
Illusion which covers a multi
tude of false evaluations.
Not position, nor honor, nor
power, nor long life, nor yet
wealth bring true greatness, he
said. That only is found in the
gift that Solomon sought from
God, knowledge and wisdom,
and from these comes the art of
service. Service to fellowman,
to country and to the Creator.
The class in caps and gowns
entered the church to the pro
cessional, "Pomp and Circum
stance," played by Mrs. Law
rence Gcraghty. Mrs. Geraghty
and Mrs. E. E. Kllpntrick later
sang "I Looked for God," with
Mrs. Lillian Thomas at the
piano.
VITAL STATISTICS
HICKMAN Born at Hillside
hospital, Klamath Falls, Ore.,
May 10, 1942, to Mr. and Mrs.
Edward D. Hickman, route 3
box 232F, city, a boy. Weight: 9
pounds 8 ounces.
GRADUATION
NEXT SATURDAY
War Production Board Extends
Limitation
All orders for iteel slat Venetian blinds must be In
by June 20th.
We have first grade steel
Slat Venetian Blinds
For 36c per Sq. Ft.
Phone 3144 for free estimate or come In.
Big Basin Lumber Co.
' Main and Spring
I oriYouri I te
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information
MAIL CLOBINIi TIME
(Effective September 28. 1941!
Train 17 Boulhbou.idi 6 a. m.
Train 20 Northboundi lOiOOa m.
Train 19 Southbound) 6i4S p. m.
Train 16 Northbound) SiOO p. aa.
Auxiliary T h Suburban
League auxiliary will hold the
fourth and last of a series of
plnochlo parties at the Fountain
on South Sixth street, Thursday,
May 21.
Extension Unit Members of
the Weyerhaeuser camp exten
sion unit will meet Thursday at
10 a. m. in the community hall.
"Safe Home Dry Cleaning" will
bo demonstrated with Mrs. Win
nifrcd Glllcn, Klamath county
home demonstration agent, In
charge. Potluck luncheon will
be served at noon. Those at
tending are asked to bring table
service.
Auxiliary The Carpenters'
auxiliary social slated for May
20, has been postponed until fur
ther notice. The regular meet
ing will bo held, it was stated.
Auxiliary Members of
Townsend auxiliary will meet
Wednesday, May 20, at 1 p. m.
for potluck luncheon. There will
be a short business meeting and
social afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Adah Larson, 618 Willow
avenue. Members in the play
are asked to bring their re
hearsal books.
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FORT KLAMATH A good
attendance marked the regular
meeting of the Civic Improve
ment club held Friday afternoon
In the clubhouse, with the presi
dent, Mrs. Frank Denton in the
chair.
During the routine business
meeting of the group, It was de-.
elded that the club members
would furnish chocolate and
cakes for the annual school pie-,
nlc, which will be held In the
clubhouse on Thursday, May 21.-.
Tho rest of the menu for the in
door picnic will be potluck.
A quilt for the Red Cross was
placed in tho frames in readiness
for quilting', which will be start-'
ed at tho next meeting of the
club.
At the close of the afternoon.'
a social hour was enjoyed, and
refreshments served those pre-,
ent by the hostesses of the after?-'
noon, Mrs. George Denton and
Mrs. John Drake. Two special
guests of the hostesses for the
meeting and social hour vret
Mrs. Grover Copeland and Mrs.
Loren Miller.
FUNERAL '
SIDNEY ALFRED THOMPSON
Funeral services for the late
Sidney Alfred Thompson, who
passed away in this city Sunday,
May 17, 1942, following a brief
illness, will be held In the Bo
nanza church at Bonanza, Ore
gon, on Wednesday, May 20 at
2 p. m. under the auspices of
the ciders of the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints. Commitment services
and interment family plot In
Bonanza cemetery. Friends arc
invited. Arrangements are un
der the direction of the Earl
Whitlock Funeral Home of this
city.
My Sincere
Appreciation
to those who helped in my
campaign for the state leg
islature, and to all those
whose votes gave me the
nomination.
Harry IK
lloivin
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NEW YORK, May 19 (Pi
Stocks generally were In a re
treating mood today although
scattered favorites managed to
contest the move with modest
advances.
Transfers amounted to approx-
I imatcly 350,000 shares.
There was little change in the
bullish war news and brokers
thought some lightening of com
mitments here and there was
caused by growing doubts re
garding corporate profits under
the widening of the tax program
and governmental controls.
Prominent stocks on the losing
aide most of the day included
Du Pont, U. S. Rubber preferred,
U. S. Steel, Bethlehem, Chrysler,
General Motors, Anaconda, Kcn
necott, J. C. Penney, American
Can and Dow Chemical.
In the resistant sector with ad
vances running to nearly 2 points
at one time were Eastern Air
lines, American Airlines, Pan
American Airways, Standard Oil
(NJ), N. Y. Central, U. S. Rub
ber common, American Smelt
ing, Eastman Koduk and Union
Carbide. Market Street Railway
was a lone strong spot at a new
1942 top.
Closing quotations:
American Can
Am Car & Fdy
Am Tel Sc Tel
Anaconda
Calif Packing
Cat Tractor
Comm'nw'lth & Sou
General Electric
General Motors
Gt Nor Ry pfd
Illinois Central
Int Harvester ...
Kcnnecott
Lockheed ..
Montgomery Ward 27 J
Nash-Kelv
N Y Central
Northern Pacific
Tac Gas 4 El
Packard Motor
Penna R R
Republic Steel
S&feway Stores
Sears Roebuck ....
Southern Pacific ..
Standard Brands
Sunshine Mining ..
Trans-America .
Union OiJ Calif
Union Pacific .
U S Steel
Warner Pictures
f.lamath Officials
Coing to League
5f Cities Meeting
""Klamath Falls city officials
will be well represented at the
League of Oregon Cities annual
conference slated Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday in Grants
Among those attending will
be Mayor John Houston, Coun
cilmen Walter Wiesendanger,
Rollin Cantrall, A. H. Bussman,
and Harvey Martin. City Treas
urere Ruth O. Bathiany, City
Engineer E. A. Thomas, Police
Judge Leigh Ackerman. City
Attorney D. E. Van Vactor, now
in Portland, said he hoped to
attend at least one day of the
session upon his return.
Councilman J. J. Keller, vet
eran member of the city family,
will be unable to attend.
In factory paint shops, 1,000,
000 gallons of water are used
to purify the air for workers
painting one single pursuit ship.
STOCK rlARKE
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"What did you Invent?"
POTATOES
PORTLAND, May V, JFh
POTATOES: White locals, $2.00
2.20 cental; Deschutes Gems,
(3.35-3.45 cental; Yakima No. 2
Gems, $1.40 per 50 lb. bag;
Klamath No. 1, $3.35-3.45 cen
tal; Idaho No. 1, $3.40 cental.
PORTLAND LIVESTOCK
"Portland, May is cap-
USDA) Cattle: salable 100, to
tal 125; calves: salable and to
tal 50; market active, steady;
good 897-085 lb. fed steers
$13.00; extreme top Monday
$13.25 on good 816 lb.; strictly
good 720 lb. fed heifers $12.50;
common dairy type heifers
$9.00-50; c a n n e r and cutter
cows $6.00-7.50; fat dairy type
cows $8.00-25; good beef cows
quotable to $10.00; medium
good bulls $9.25-10.75; good
choice vealers $14.00-15.00, com
mon to $10.00.
Hogs: salable and total 400;
market mostly steady with Mon
day's close; instances 5-10c be
low early Monday, with some
light lights 25c lower; good
choice 170-215 lb. drive-ins
$14.15 to mostly $14.25; few
lots $14.35; 230-270 lb. $13.25
50; light lights $12.75-13.25;
good 325-550 lb. sows $10.00
11.00; heavier weights down to
$9.50; few good feeder pigs
$12.75-13.00; choice light
weights quotable to $13.50.
Sheep: salable 200, total 300;
market active, fully steady;
good-choice spring lambs $13.25
50; few medium-good $12.50;
grass fat shorn old crop lambs
salable around $10.00-25; medium-good
wooled ewes $5.50
6.25; shorn ewes salable $5.50
down.
GOOD INTENTIONS
CHICAGO, (IP) When his
friend, Adolph Muench, 40, fell
into the Chicago river, William
Arvidson, 52, didn't hesitate a
moment but jumped in to res
cue him.
But Arvidson remembered,
after he was in the river, that he
couldn't swim and neither could
Muench. They both began call
ing for help and luckily Police
men Joseph Kowal and Thomas
Hayes happened along and
pulled them out.
Light travels as far in one sec
ond as sound travels in 11 days.
For Graduation
Sheaf fer
Pens - Pencils
$1 up
VAN'S CAMERA SHOP
727 Main Phone 3618
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CHICAGO, May 19 IP) Wheat
futures reversed the long stretch
of lower price trends today and
at times shot up abruptly as
much as 1 cents a bushel.
There was no particular news
to Inspire the rally, which some
traders attributed to the tech
nical position of the market. At
tempts to execute short covering
orders ran into a notable lack
of offerings and the price trend
turned abruptly higher. Near
the close, prices at times re
ceded from the day's best levels.
Other grains and soybeans
also were higher with wheat.
Wheat closed ic to Ic higher
than Monday's final levels, May
$1,191, July $1.21-1.201; corn
was Ic to Ic up, May 851c, July
881-lc; oats ic up to Ic off, rye
was lie to lie lower, soybeans
advanced Ic to lc, and lard was
Sc a hundredweight lower on
the May contract and unchanged
at the ceiling limits on the de
ferred deliveries.
SO. S. F. LIVESTOCK
SO. SAN FRANCISCO, May
19 0P (Federal State Market
News Service) CATTLE: Sal
able, 30. Nominal. Monday
bulk steers $12.35-13.25; today
largely she-stock; medium sau
sage bulls $9.50-10.25. Calves:
Salable 15. Strong; bulk me
dium to good $11.00-13.00.
HOGS: Salable 300. Steady;
bulk good to choice 185-235 lb.
barrows and gilts $14.80 , around
SO head choice $14.85; sows
strong, $11.85.
SHEEP: Salable 30. Nominal;
good to choice spring lambs
quoted $12.00-13.00; medium to
choice shorn ewes quoted $4.00
5.00. BOSTON WOOL
BOSTON, May 19 UP) De
mand for both domestic fleece
wools and territory 'description
was irregular today at unchang
ed prices. A fair weight of fine
graded territory average French
combing sold at about $1.16 to
$1.18, scoured basis. Fine bright
fleece wools of the better class
are quoted at 46 to 481 cents, in
the grease. There is almost no
call for three-eighths blood comb
ing wools.
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JfctttHSOH
Work Shoes
and Loggers
High arch-Long wearing.
8-inch Logger ......$11.95
8-inch Rubber Tap (9.8S
DREW'S MANST0RE
It Is NOT True
That We Are Quitting Business
Contrary to reports circulating here, we intend
to operate as long as merchandise is available. -
We have a good supply of canvas, both in the .
plain white and the awning stripes, including 72
inch canvas for dams. . !
We make a specialty of re-covering truck and .
tractor cushions and we also do upholstery work
on cars and furniture.
CHAS. S. SCHAAL
7th end Klamath , '
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TO CET THE FASTEST GR0WIHC
WHISKEY IH OREGON. ASK f OR
PEBBLE
Philip Albert
Gets Degree at
Armstrong College
Louis Philip Albert, son el
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Albert of this
city, was graduated from Arm- ,
strong college In Berkeley, Ap
ril 18, and received his bachelor
of business administration de
gree from the high accounting
department. He is a former stu
dent of Sacred Heart academy.
Albert was chosen from 200
students to speak at commence
ment exercises, his address, "Af
ter the War, What?" He re
ceived a cum laude degree.
According to his parents, Al
bert has signed up with the
United States navy and was
placed In V7 class. He expects
to receive his call Immediately.
While in college Albert held the
office of treasurer of Phi Zeta
fraternity and was constant
member of the Dean's list, col
lege honor society.
Needed A'
High Chair
The county defense council
now needs a high chair of the
type used by bookkeepers, It
was learned Tuesday.
Recently, the board sent
out an appeal for desks and
soon had all the desks it
needed. It hopes for the same
results from this little Item
about the need of a chair.
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M f KUmatk Fall .
Member Pectoral lavlne snd Lean '
Imurtnot Corporation
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