The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, May 20, 1942, Page 12, Image 12

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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
May 20, 1042
PASTOR TO B
ORDAINED
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JIT
L
OGAL CHURCH
'. The Bible Baptist church of
South Sixth and Wiard streets
haa called an ordination council
to meet and examine and ordain
ita pastor, George W. Wheatley,
Thursday afternoon. May 21, at
2:30 o'clock at the church. The
, public la cordially Invited to at
tend. At 6 o'clock there will be a
' potluck dinner served by the
members and friends of the
church for the visiting delegates,
which will be a time of fellow
ship. At 8 p. m. the ordination
service will take place to which
the general public is cordially
Invited. Rev. J. Clarence Orr,
pastor of the Immanuel Baptist
church of Klamath Falls will
preach the ordination sermon.
Rev. J. R. Turnbull, pastor of
the First Baptist church of Ash
land, will give the charge to the
candidate, with other pastors
and workers of the state also
taking part
Following Baptist churches
will take part In the service: the
First Baptist church of Brook
tags, Rev. W. F. Willlngs, pastor;
the First Baptist church of
Grants Pass, Rev. Harold Shaw,
pastor; the First Baptist church
of Medford, Rev. W. A. Dawes,
pastor; the First Baptist church
of Ashland, Rev. J. R. Turnbull,
pastor; Immanuel Baptist church
UL jutunaui rails, nev. j. liar
nce Orr, pastor; and the Baptist
churches of Selma and Merlin.
Rev. Kenneth B. Daniels, col
porter for the Oregon Baptist
state convention, will also be
present It is hoped that Rev. Al
fred Danielson, pastor of t he
First Baptist church of Bend,
and president of the Oregon
Baptist state convention, will
also be present for this ordina
tion service.
Wins Contest
0
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Gary Cotad, incumbent, won
handily In a contest for the re
publican nomination for con
stable in last weekend's election.
3 Klamath Girls
Winners of Fee
Scholarships
Three Klamath Falls girls are
Included in the list of 161 Ore
gon high school seniors an-
1KIIIUWU luesuajr OS W1U11C1I W
fee scholarships by the high
school relations committee of the
state system of higher education.
The scholarships carry a value
of $68 toward fees and tuition
of $108.50 at the University of
Oregon and Oregon State college
and $25.50 toward tuition of
$59 at the colleges of education
Scholarship winners include
Barbara Mae LaPrarie and Anna
Lee Zell, both of whom will at
tend Oregon State college, and
Barbara Rose McLean, who plans
to enter Southern Oregon college
of education in the fail.
Camp Fire
News
X THIEVES FROLIC
. DENVER CAP) Thieves, in a
playful mood, broke into Frank
Arnold's restaurant
. They gleefully spattered the
walls and ceiling by smashing
pies and eggs. But the worst
blow of all they stole 20
pounds of Arnold's rationed
sugar.
- Two is the minimum number
of eclipses that can occur in any
one year; both are solar
eclipses.
By MRS. F. O. SMALL
Two phases of the nature work
of Camp Fire girls are the col
lection of cones and abandoned
birds' nests. Probably the high
est type of nest in their collection
is that of the Bulloch's Oriole,
a swinging cradle woven of
dried grasses, plant fibers, hair
and strings sometimes tied in
knots. V: eras' nests are also in
tricate!: -ven.
Vara.. . J in the types of nests
built by birds of different fam
ilies as also of birds in the same
family are shown.
The decorative instinct of some
birds is illustrated by the nests
of the Rufous and Calliope hum
mingbirds. The Rufous builds of
plant down and fiber and dec
orates with lichens or moss. The
Calliope builds of willow down
with an outside covering of bits
of bark and decorates with tiny
flecks of the down. Humming
birds as a rule build their nests
on a horizontal branch but one of
our Calliope hummers built its
nest on the lose bark of an old
apple tree with a canopy of bark
over the nest. During a severe
wind storm, the nest with the
two tiny birds hatched from eggs
the size of a pea, fell to the
ground. The nest with the one
bird found was tied to the trunk
of another tree. Here the moth
er bird fed it, the sole duty of
tne lemale of the species, until
it could leave the nest
may be that this year the
young bird, as so often haDoens
will return to the same vicinity
ana wui ouua an exact duplicate
of the nest of its parents. Just
how the young, with no help
from the parents, can do this is
one of the greatest mysteries of
Dim me.
The collection of birds nests
and cones has attracted so much
attention and elicited so much
favorable comment that the re
quest has been made it be ex
hibited in one of the city schools.
EFFICIENT SERVANTS
PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) City
manager jjon j. scott Has a ner-
sonal reason to be proud of his
fftoenix police force.
His motor car. stolen from In
tront of his office, was recover
ed and returned by police before
bcott missed it
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"Why, I can actually fed the
breezes blow in and cool my
feet I It's the perforations
that do it I Swell-looking
shoes too, aren't they?
Two-tone tans, with
that roomy pla
teau last, and
the Grenadier;
labell
MERRILL CLUB
HEARS AIMS 0
F
EGG PLAN
MERRILL Methods of teach
ing high school classes, aims of
the educational program and the
new trend in the curriculum
which is stressing higher mathe
matics and science were dis
cussed in a number of Interesting
talks before the Merrill Service
club during the luncheon hour
Thursday by the faculty of the
high school.
E. E. Kilpatrlck, principal;
Clifton James, athletic coach;
Mrs. Henrietta Lyons, Mrs. Es
trid Geraghty and Mrs. Norma
Petrasek were introduced.
According to the faculty, the
school this year stressed particul
arly chemistry, general science,
physics and geometry to prepare
boys of the senior and junior
classes for intelligent participa
tion in branches of the armed
forces.
Included also among the guests
were Mrs. James, Mrs. E. E. Kil
patrlck, local Camp Fire guard
ian and two members of the
Camp Fire group who offered to
prepare street signs for Merrill
if material was provided by the
Service club. The club acted
favorably on the suggestion.
MAN'S LAST STRONGHOLD
GREAT BEND, Kas. (AP)
Miss Virginia De Mint teacher
in the Cheyenne valley rural
school, didn't have a single girl
student in the year just ended.
The omission, however, didn't
cause much comment.
There hasn't been a girl en
rolled since 1924.
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OUR CUSTOMERS
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Here's a Man for
Adolf, But Marines
Don't Want Psychic
PORTLAND, May 20 UP)
The local marine recruiting
office had a variety of visitors
Tuesday, including two con
scientious objectors, a minister
and a "psychic" who wanted a
commission because he could
predict future events.
The "conchies" explained
they didn't expect their belieia
to keep them out of service
and they preferred the marine
corps. One of them failed to
pass the physical examination.
The psychic leit In a huff when
told his powers of prophecy
would not form the basis tor
a marine corps offlcerihlp.
Among enlistments an
nounced todayi Gltnn M.
Blair, reappointed corporaL
Woodburnj Lewis P. Hoffman,
Gladstone Willard E. Hoff
man. Bay City) Glenn L.
Mont.au. Chilocjulni Howard
Campbell, Springfield.
A Fine Man to
Have on the Jury
SOUTHPOHT. N. C, May 20
(TP) It was midway In the
drawing of a special venire of
100 men to report for possible
jury service In a murder trial.
The name "Doraey Cox,"
was called.
Clerk of Court Sam T. Ben
nett scratched his head a min
ute, then gave a sudden start
"He's Ineligible. He's the
man on trial."
Coal Is the most valuable of
all the world's geological products.
SORRY. BUT
KANSAS CITY (AP) Col.
Harry M. Cambrel, president of
the board of police commission
ers, has declined nn Invitation
to speak at Memorial day ser
vices In a nearby town.
"The program will include a
talk by the mayor, recitation of
the Lincoln Gettysburg address,
your talk, then the firing squad,"
explained the letter of Invita
tion. " A recent poll showed that 84
per cent of motor car owners
felt that depriving them of the
uso of their car In war time
would make no great difference
to tlium.
Ashurst 'Spends
Nothing on
Office Campaign
SALEM, May 20 UP) Edward
B. Ashurst, Klamath Falls, un
successful candidate for stale
supreme court against Justice
James T. Drand, reported to the
state department Thursday that
he didn't spend a cent in Jiis
cnmpulgn. V
MAKES NEAREST APPROACH
Tho asteroid, Eros, comes clos
er to earth than any other plan
et. It approached within 10,000,.
000 miles of us on Jim. 30, 1031,
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