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HERALD AND NEWS. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Horn From South Mrs. I5n
Kene' lliiynen ami llclly Ji'im
tiro homo li'um u inniilli'a vara
IImii In aoiilliern California. Hov.
lliiyncn ha relumed from Ihv
Ori'Uon Pllm'lin'a h'rl 1 1 whIi In
conference lit Camp Adinns lu iir
Ori'Kun City. Tint conference
wits held July 11) In 2U. iimli'i'
tint directorship of (hit Hrv.
Wllber Sltiiiixiim, pnstor of llio
CoiiKi'i'iliilloiitil church lit Cor-
VII 1 1 H. AllelllllllK flOIII Klllllllllll
Kill In wrrv Nina Iloberlson,
JimnlUi Klilnn, Miirccllyn Win
Klua, Muxlnu Hardin, Kiiritu
ilurdtii, Kclnii Homier, Itlchnrd
Pcx, Leonard llnrvry, Ilnrvey
TliMlnll, Gone Stlvora. They nil
returned nnrly Monday morn-WW.
Vliltor A Kiiesl nl the home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. lllolmid
of South Riverside l Mrs.
Tearl T h o in m of Berkeley,
Ciillf. Mrs. Thomas, who him
visited hero for onu iiionth,
leaves Mondiiy for her home.
The lllbbards. accompanied by
Mn. Thomas, motored to Purl
Innd Mondiiy to meet June 111b.
bnrd on her nrrlvnl from Ju
neau, Alaska. They spent
week vlslllnt! In Porllimd. re
turning here Sunday evening.
In Hospital I., n. Harvey.
2;i27 Garden .avenue, who has
been In the Southern Pacific
hospital In San Francisco for
two weeks, Is reported much
Improved. Mm. Harvey ban re
turned homo after spending n
week In that city.
Vlilt Son Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Rivers have returned to
their home at Z:il8 Garden ave
nue, after upending several days
vlnlrlug their son Norman who
Is with the mnrlnu corps In San
Diego.
Returns South Leonard
Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Young of 2213 Wantland ave
nue,, spent a week's furlough at
home;. He returned Monday
night to San Diego where he Is
a corporal In the marine corps.
Called North Mr. and Mrs.
L. E. Henry and grandson,
Michael, havo returned from a
week's visit to Blaine, Wash.,
where they wero called by the
serious Illness of Henry's mother.
On Trip Mrs. Clara Price, n
former resident of Klamath
'alls who has been visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. J.
' Brink, left Sunday evening for
n two months' trip to Colorado,
Oklahoma and Missouri.
Reslgne Ted Marble, em
ployed for the past 15 years as
compositor with the Herald and
News, has resigned his position
and this weekend will leave for
Hums, Harney county, where he
will look afler his Interests there.
California Visitor Mrs, An
nabellu Upton, daughter-in-law
of Mr, and Mrs. J. D. Upton, Is
visiting them at their home on
Kane street, She comes from
Downey, Calif. '
Visits East --0. W. (Mark, pres
ident nf (lie Slain Drilling, '"in
puny, has returned from a bus
iness trip to Washington, D. C,
whore he was in conference at
the pi'ti'iilriim coordinator's of
fices regarding the drilling op
erations hi Hie Hiiiney basin in
Oregon. Clark traveled more
IIiiiii 1 1,01111 miles as he Inspected
I In- latest refining methods and
operations In the western, south
ern, and mid-continent fields.
He spent several weeks studying
the prensure methods, five-spotting,
In the Pennsylvania and
New York fields, whero opera
tions, are In full swing. On his
return trip lie stopped at Casper,
Wyo., where he purchased ad
ditional equipment for Iho Har
ney work. Clark Is spending
the weekend In Klamath Kalis
with friends.
Joins Navy Harry J. Hnflsh,
son of Mrs. Anna Itaflsh, fl'tll
North Kleveuth street, and
brother of Mrs. Lou Margulls
Joined the navy reserve In Port
land Wednesday, according to
word received here. Ho was
formerly with the Southern Ore
gon Jobbers and Is now working
for the Southern Pacific com
pany, awaiting call to active
duty. I
Machinists Mato- The nnvy
recruiting office has been In
formed that Lee Mitt, son of
Mr. and Mrs. George Met., was
sworn Into the navy at Chicago
on July 110 as an aviation machin
ist mate, third class. He flew
from Medford by United Air
lines In order to complete en
listment prior to August 1. He
is now at the Great Lakes naval
training station.
To Proach Hero Venerable
Krle O. Hobalhan of Pendleton,
archdeacon of the Diocese of
Kastern Oregon, will preach at
SI. Paul's Episcopal church Sun
day at the II a. in. service. Ho
will also celebrate Holy Com
munion at both the 8 a. m. and
1 1 a. in services.
It's Girl Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Bridge of ft 12 Sargent street
are pnrenb of a baby girl weigh
ing H pounds IS ounces which ar
rived at Klamath Valley hospl
tal Thursday. Bridge is city
recreation officer. The newcom
er has a three-year-old sister,
Adello.
Reynolds In Snlom Earl C.
Reynolds, county defense co
ordinator, went to Salem Thurs
day to attend a slate defense
meeting.
To Eugene Lynn Boycroft.
local insurance man, will spend
Saturday In Eugene.
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On Call The fire, depart
ment received a call at 12:04
Thursday night to put out a
grass fire at West Oregon ave
nue and Bly street.
Defense Work Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Davis, 1003 Wantland ave
nue, have moved to Corvallis
where he will bo employed In
defense work.
At Springs Mr. and Mrs, W.
E, Beck' arc guests at Richard
son Springs for a time.
ARMAND
HAND CREAM
NON-GP.EASYI
KEEPS HANDS
sorr. smooth.
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Formerly $1.00
Lee Hendricks
Drugs
"Buy tho Low Way on tho
. Hl-Way"
2212 So. 6th Phono 4321
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it's up to us to feed our
loved ones nutritious food
"Every dsy a whole grain food," say
Uncle Sum's Nutritional Authorities.
Nabisco Shrcdtlcd Wheat gives you
all of whole wheat's energy. It is a
good source of natural Vitnailn Di,
per ounce," eaten, i ry it won
peaches. Give the full nnrne
-Nabisco Shredded
Wheal.
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Lonoy Horo Andrew Lonry.
who will he music supervisor of
local public schools the coming
year, has arrived In Klamath
Kails, lie and Mrs. Loney havo
(liken an apartment at the Roose
velt. Their daughter, a senior
at the University of Oregon, did
not accompany them to this city,
Loney, formerly of La Grande,
spent Iho last year at the university.
In Portland Robert A.
Thompson, local tobacco whole
saler, la In Portland on business.
VITAL STATISTICS
BRIDGE Born at Klamath
Valley hospital July .'10, 11)42,
lo Mr. and Mrs. David Bridge,
IBI2 Sargent atreet, a girl.
Weight 8 pounds 1ft ounces.
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day on Eighth atreet between
Main and Pine In uniform to
participate In the Victory House
program.
Pelican First Alders Mrs.
Petroff, first aid Instructor, an
nounces that an advanced first
aid class will be started at the
Pelican school Tuesday, August
4. Anyone Interested Is welcome
to attend.
Bon of Norway Plans art
being made for the annual Sons
of Norway picnic to be held in
Moore park, August 0, at 11:30
a. in. Friends and members are
Invited. Guests are to bring
picnic lunches. Coffee and cream
will be provided. There will be
a program of games arranged for
tho children.
MAIL CLOBING TIME
(Effective Juno 18. 1842)
Train 17 Bouthboundi 6:30 a. m.
Train 20 Northbound: 10 a. m.
Train 19 Bouthboundi 8:15 p. m.
Train 16 Northboundi 9 p. m.
Bona of Norway Tho Bona of
Norway lodge will hold a busi
ness meeting Saturday, August
8, at 8 p. m. In the IOOK hall.
OWAC Mimblrl of OWAC
are to meet at 8:30 p. m. Satur-
Read Classified Ada lor Roaulta
A freak accident In which a
car overturned on ha aide In
the yard of a house at 1020
Oregon avenue occurred Just
before noon Wednesday.
Vera M. Reeves of 3117 BIs
bce reported to police that she
had parked the car In front of
Jurgcnsen'a market and was In
side shopping when she heard
someone remark that a car had
turned over outside. She said
she went out and stood there
for some time waiting to se
someone pulled out of it before
she realized it waa her car.
Aa she described It, the
emergency brake failed to hold,
the car rolled acrosa St. Francla
street and straddled a retaining
wall at the side of a house and
turned over In the yard. Very
little damage, outside of crum
pled fenders, was done to the
car.
PRIORITIES EXPERT
VISITS NEXT WEEK
Robert E. McCallum, analyst
and priorities expert of the war
production board, will be In
Klamath Fall on Tuesday, Au- -gust
4, to advise local maiiufae
hirers on priorltlea mattera.
McCallum's headquarter wi
be at the chamber of commereo
and anyone with priority' prob- ,
lems will be welcome to eU "
there, It was Stated. " ' I
He la particularly anxious ti
help manufacturers, who,' wish -to
file under the production ror
quiremcnt plan. . .
Alwaya read the want-ads.
Re-Elect '
Wm. I. Gunlock
Incumbent' ,
ASSEMBLYMAN
Second District, .California
NUMBER $4 if Three menus and a recipe created for hot summer evenings A
series of lists of money-saving foods -k A worthwhile barbecue article I
Wher vry day Ii al day
;way 1 1
ISAFEWAY
One thing few people know shout "
Safeway is that the specially low .
prices advertised . in . Safeway'a
weekly ads are good not only on.
Saturdays but on every day of tho
week. In other words, oo matter -which
day of the week you shop
you 11 6nd all Safewav prices aa
tow as they are oo weekends.
3 menus and a recipe
that will stimulate
lazy summer appetites
When the thermometer soars, an-
pelilp.s go into a natural decline. And the
two best ways to revive these lagging ap
petites is (1) to give particular thought to
eye-appeal in planning meals and (2) plan
limits of surprises in both kinds of food and
in manner of service.
Serve plenty of fresh fruits, salads and
chilled leverages, but balance these with
more substantial foods. Aud be aure lo
include at least one hot dish in every menu
digestion rebels whea everything is icy.
Anil now the three menus and the recipe
all rasy-to.prrpare. all brimming witli ap
Mtite apjH-al, all tested in the kitchens
the Safeway Homemakera' Bureau.
BROILER PLATI
trailed inroii.irrntwW Ground BteJ Pattiei
II i'M limited CauliflmcereU and ,
, Tomato Uatvea
(PrrciMik rsitlitiower, hniih 'with butter, aod
hrnil 111 minutes; ctit tnmstnes ia halves cross
wi. broil cut stile up a minutes, dot with but
trr, srnson, sail broil a minutes longer.) -
Healed Potato C Ai PiVWe Reliik
llutlerrd Whole Wheat Toaet
Fruited Cherry Gelatin vith Cream
Peanut liutter Cooleiet
Coffee or U ilk
FAMILY FAVORITI
Seallnped Potatoe and Died Ham
Buttered Fmhly-cooked String Beam
Sliced Orange, Onion, and Avocado
i ftinp Salad with French Drawing
Enriched White Itread Butter and Jam
Gingerbread with Cttttard Saue
MM or Iced Tea
PARTY DINNER
Chilled GrajM-fjemon Juice Cocktail
Stuffed Celery Green Olivet
Skeekabobi
Pimienlo Brown Rice
(TTesl cooled brown rice with chopped pimtento
and onion in heavy frying pan) ;
Toiled Vegetable Salad with French Ihuting
Uanl llolU Rultcr
Fresh Berry Suvdaet
, Wafert
Coffet or Iced Tea
SHESKABOBS
Skewered Lamb
t lbs. Win Ismb I tp. ss)t
I Ibsps. sslsd oil M up- prppsr
H fup lemon iuic 8 tnp bsroe
. 3 thspa. irsteil onion .
Cut meat into I-i'nch cubes. Ixtl stand about
4 hours in marinade of oil, lemon juice,
onion, and seasonings. Drain. Place cubes
on skewers alternately with 1-inch squares
of bacon. Plnce in drip pan. Urown IS niin
utea in very hot oven (4fl0 F.), turning
once. Heduce to modcrale oven (350 F.).i
couliiiiie.bakiug .10 niiiiulcs, Or until lender,
basting frcqncntly.Scrveon skewers. Makes
8 kabobs.
: Milk tan be eafen, foof
If you don't tike to drink milk and would '
atlil like to 'include it in your diet, read
"Milky AVaya" in this week's Family Circle.
Out every Thursday, free, at Safeway.
Safeway
, Homematers' Bureau
JUI.1A LF.B WMCIIIT, Dicrtm
All Fresh Produce is Sold by the Pound
Produce Prlcoe for Week Ending August 1st
the Full Value Wayl
Bananas dou'i. fu
8V2C
ftO.L.b. Baa 1.39
Lb.
New Potatoes u. s.'no.'j
Doop, Pink Meated
uantaioupes Extr. Sw.ct M,ion
AppleS Eariy Graronateln
Onions Sweet Variety Lb
Apricots 0" Lowest Market Prices
D L. c California Elbartaa 1 10
rtSUCntJS Bu Haw lor Cannlno Crate lelT
Bag
.Lb.6V2c
3 i.b,.25c
3V2c
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TOMATO CATSUP
Heinx Tomato Ketchup 14 01. bottle 18c
Heinz Chili Con Carne... 15'i-ox. jar 21c
Porter's Spaghetti 14 oz. pkg. 14c
. Continental Soup Mix ....2Vi oz. pkg. 325c
E. Z. Apple Sauce Mix 4 oz. pkg. 9c
Moneta Chili Sauco .....12 ox. bottle 15c
Prepared Mustard, Crescent 32 oz. bottle 15e
Royal Satin Shortening 3 lb. can 63c
RED
HILL
Largo
I4-Ox. Bottle
12c
Flour, Kitchen Craft ...49 lb. sk. $1.79
Flour, Drifted Snow.. 49-lb. sk. $1.93
Pancake Flour, Sperry's 10-lb. bog 59c
Salt, Maximum Plain and
Iodized 26 oz. pkg. 7c
California Large
Lima Beans 2 lb. cello pkg. 27c
Cake Flour, Gold Medal Ige. pkg. 27c
I rettmSavcziA
Permits saved here
seen dJd up Hit MUrt ',' - '
Tomato Juice, .... I..m -
Sunny Down. ...46 oz. can 21
V-8 Vegetable - ' ! ; :
Cocktail ..1214 01. (ton 219
Apple Juice, . .
Nu-West ...46 oz. ean;27
Grapefruit Juice, Dr. Phillips '
Unsweetened ..No.. 2 eon lie
Airway Coffee 1 lb., pkg. 21
Nob Hill Coffee... .1 lb. pkg. 23
Tea Bags, Canterbury Orange r'.
Pekoe ..50-bag pkg. 3S
Maoleine, ., . -. ." .
Crescent 2 oz. bottle 29
Shredded Wheat, The ; '
Original N.B.C. ..pkgs.'-Xa'-Kellogg
Corn Flakes 11 ox. pkg. 219t
Cream of Wheat,! RegulafrV
and Quick ..........Ige; pkg.; 24c ,
Dog Food, Friskies 2 lb. pkg. 24
'46 ox: can 29-e
Noodles, Porter's Frilleta, . j' -
fine or wide....! 6 oz. cello 23c
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HUUScnOLD HEEDS
1 ..,-..l-,V. ....MJ
For the laundry
P. & G NAPTHA SQAp
. e
Reg. Site 30 Giant Bar A
10 Bars 3 for 'fC
SIERRA PINE
3c.w..20c
TOILET
SOAP .
LUX SOAP
3 c.kM20c
ARGO
Starch
2 pkg,. 15c
LINIT
Pkg.
10c
BON AMI .
Powder ......2 cans 25e
BORAXO 10 oz. can 14e
Cleans dirty hands
SUPURB SOAP ,
Granulated ....24 oz. pkg. 20c
50 oz. pkg. 39e
SOAP CHIPS
Crystal Whife....3-lb. pkg. 42e
PUREX 32-oz. Bottle 14c
Bleaches and cleons
WHITE MAGIC
Blench , , ft, BoHlw lie
.Arm & Hammer
BAKING SODA ... lb. pkg. 9c
Kerr Economy
FRUIT JARS doz. qts. 92c
Kerr Mason
FRUIT JARS.. . ..doz. qts. 83c
WHITE POLISH, Shinola
10c Bottle 2 for 15e
Walter Kendall
DOG FOOD 5 lb. pkg. 65c
SAmm GUARANTEED MEATS
a MiM. -ft. . tJitilW.-mi. sv
Buy ny cvi, rcgtrdltss of pricv. Cook H th
way you prtftf. El It all up. Thn II you'rt not
compltttly Mtlnd we'll rtfund all your
onty without question.
Meat pric! For Week Ending Auguit 1ft
Sliced Bacon No Rind Lb. 35c
Skinned Hams ., or Whol. . Lb. 39c
Pln!c Tenderlied 91 w
rlbnib short shank Lb.
Lb. 33c
Lb. 28 c
Assorted Luncheon Meats ...
Skinless Frankfurters
Balogna and Liversausage ... .. Lb 27c
Colored Fryers Drr plck.d Lb. 39c
Beef Roasts, Blade cut lb. 28c
Boiling Beef-Brisket cuts lb. 12 Vic
Ground Beef lb. lTVie
Thinas vou'll need for
hetter salads m
Mayonnaise, Nu Maid.. ..32 oz. jar 48c
Salad Dressing, Duchess.. 32 oz. jar 38c
Beets Packer's Label No. 2 can 10c
Grapefruit,
Glenn Aire Fancy ....No. 2 can 229c
Fruit Cocktail,
Sundown No. 1 can 227c
Italian Prunes 2 lb. cello pkg. 24c
Pink Salmon, Prince Leo.. No. 1 can 19c
Pickles, Paradise sweet.. ..25 oz. jar 27c
Snowf lakes 2-lb. pkg. 31c
Tomatoes, Gardenside
Standard No. 2Vi cans 445e
Peanut Butter, Real Roast.. 2 lb. jor 34c
Peanut Butter, Skippy 1 lb. jar 35c
Pablum '. 18 oz. pkg. 39c
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Sun-Maid
Nectar
RAISINS
ISO,. If
Pkg 1 1 C
Sun-Sweet
Medium .
PRUNES
24c
2-Lb.
Pkg.
MAT" 70 CVOIV WWir AMACY ?
All about the 3 types :
of barbecuing
FIR! AND FUEL '
Whatever your method of barbeeubif
glowing coals, not leaping flames, are
what you want. The best fuels arc char
coal, pressed aawdust logs, and hard
woods. Oak, applewood, maple, hickory,
birch, ash, beech, and cotton wood burn
with a sweet taste and aroma that per
meates the meat.
GRILL BARBECUING '
In grill barbecuing, meats are cooked oat
a grill or grate about 4 to 8 inches above
coals. This ia the most common method
and the best method for steaks, ground
meat patties, lamb chops,', pork chopa,
sliced bacon and ham, small-whole 6sh,
sliced 6sh, broiler chickens, wieners, mod
spareribs. ' . . . . .
To grill barbecue, have grill hot be
fore adding meat. Sear meat quickly oa
both sides. Then broil to 10 minutes on
each side, turning frequently and basting
with melted butter, cooking oil, or barbe-
cue sauce (this increases .flavor and -.
tenderness).. You can use a pastry brush
or a clean cloth tied to end of long stick
for basting. Use long tongs or long-handled,
S-tined fork to turn . the meat.
Avoid pricking the lean part of the meat.
or the juices will escape, i
Note: Chicken needs to be cooked about
tO minutes on each side to assure tender
ness. Pork should be cooked at least t5:
minutes un foii-iU. &wU 14 ut
about I inch thick. Thinner cuts may dry
out in cooking; thicker ones may not
cook through. '
STICK OR TOASTIR BARBICUINO'
This is the best method for wieners,
kabobs, small thick steaks aud chops,
strips of bacon, small parboiled link
sausages, and slices or cubes of ham. Yon
can use a long green-pointed stick, ,
long-handled fork, or a toaster, $ aura
to turn the meat and baste often.
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STOR8S. OONT TH6Y AT ) tCW ' PtaHKS. I HAVE TO SHOP'SArUROAr PRICM t I i-E EEg- . 9jtfl: f iFTsMlT
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Why don't you get your "bit" :
order on a weekday too.
Not only will you have more time U
play on weekends, but you'll be able
lo shop more leisurely if you got yoiil , .
big grocery order on a weekday. Safe. :
way prices, you know, are alwaya low. i
on everything, every day of the week.
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