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HERALD AND NEWS, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Whiiti Keturn Mr. and Mm.
Frank Iro White returned to
thnlr homo on I'lne atreut Sim
duy after two woeka' vacation
trip to I'amllaton mid the John
Day areas, whern they visited
Willi roliitlvos o Mm. White. On
tholr roturn to Klumuth Fulls
tliry witro ucconipunlud l)y Mrs.
Robert Hampton o( Cliarliiiiton,
W. V , nl''' pf Mn. While,
who him been spending tho sum
nior with hor husband's parents
at tholr much mmr I'riulli'tuii.
After o visit hero, Mra. Hampton,
whom husband In now overseas
with tlm iirmrd forces, plum to
QiK-nil a Blunt 1 1 in o In l'ortlund
lid will tlit'ii enroll mi a student
at Oregon Statu colli;gu.
Ouesta ol Evans Mm. Jnso
phhitt KuudiM' mid diiiiKlitur Dor
othy, Ud'oinpiinli-'d by Mm, Clura
lioyca of Long Beach, Calif,, ar
rived hero Sutiirduy evening und
lira guests of Mr, and Mra, M. P.
Evuna. Both Mra, Kauder und
Mra, lloyco ura nieces of Mrs.
Evans. Mra. Kuuder and daugh
ter, formerly of Denver, liolo.,
spent tho pnsl year In Sun Die
Ko and lliu Los Angeles area, but
have taken an upurtment In the
Evans building mid expect to re
main In Klamath Fulls this win
ter, where Dorothy will attend
school,
Back From Vacation Mrs.
Maurice Crystal of Houston's
heeuty shop and her daughter,
Vrralne, recently returned
Trom fortnight's vacation spent
In San Francisco and Ouklund,
Calif., with relatives. They re
turned homo In time for Lorraine
to enter her freshmiin year at
KUIIS.
Son Named Mr. and Mrs.
Rex S. Howell of 1 1H SI Auburn
venue have named their son,
born Aiimi.it 21) at Hillside hos
pital, Dennis Raymond. He
weighed in al 8 pounds 12
ounces. Mrs. Howell is the for
mer Edith Aber, daughter of Mr,
and Mrs, Raymond Cummlngs
of this city. ,
Services Funeral services
for Elmer C. Clark, 78, were
held this afternoon In Tho
QM.es. Mr. Clark was well
nown here, where lie resided at
5133 Hiirlnn drivo. He Is sur
vived by his widow, Mrs." Car
rie D, Clnrk, a son Eber, both of
Klamath Falls, and a son, Earl
D., of Portland.
Visit In Pendleton Mrs. Nell
F. Dluck and Mrs. T. F. Farley
left today for Pendleton whore'
they will spend 'several doys
visiting with tholr husbands,
both of whom are stationed
thero with the medical corps.
They plan to return Thursday or
Friday. ' ( .
Trash Fire Thr fire' depart
ment was called nt 12:36 p. m.
Monday to 1605 Martin street,
where a trosh fire threatened
a small garage, Slight dnmago
was sustained.
Weyerhaeuser
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The Parent-Teacher associa
tion will hold Its first moctlng
of the school year on Thursday,
September 3, at 2 p. m, In the
community hall. Everyone liv
ing In tho community Is Invited.
Mrs. C. E. Holllngworth, acting
president, states she Is especially
anxious for new residents to at
tend. Dannie Hall and Johnnie
Holm have enrolled at Klamath
Union high school In Klamath
Falls,
.John and Harold Ogle went
to Modford last week to pick
pears,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vlers of
Portland aro visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hcrrlck.
John Bakor, formerly of the
camp 4 store, was In camp one
day last week. The Bakers have
a new baby girl.
OMrs. Davo Wlnnlnghum enter
ilncd the card club on Wednes
day, with Mrs. C, E. Holllng
worth winning high and door
prizes and Mrs. Karl Frlcdrlch
low. I
Mr. and Mrs. L, W. Hcorn and
threo children, of Homhrook,
hnvo moved Into tho Ray Offord
house. Tho threo children are
under school ngc.
New residents are Mr. and
Mrs. Lester Llppert and two
small children of Chlco, Calif.
WANTED
Pear and Apple Pickers
Harvest Will Begin September
Tenth and Last Through October
High Wage Scale
Free Cabins, Wood and Water
Apply
Any U. S. Employment Office
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Orchard Labor Center
Hood River, Oregon
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Visits Parents Mrs. Mux For
syth mid six months old son
Unite, of Mcnlo Park, Calif,, ar
rived Monday to visit Mrs. For
syth's parents, Mr, and Mrs, B.
E. Huyden of r21 Washington
street. Mrs. Forsyth Is the form
er Helen Huyden,
Returns From Grants Pass
Charles K. Wky hae Mtumcd
to Klamath Fulls to make his
home ut his upurtment on Main
street, Riley, a former rosldent
of this city, has been living in
Grunts l'ass.
Cases Handled Police court
this morning disposed or 10
coses: seven drunks, two vags,
and one churged with disorderly
conduct. Six traffic luw viola
tors posted hall fur offonses.
MAIL CLOBINO TIME
' (Effoctlva June 10, 1S)
Train 17 Southbound 6i30 a. m.
Train 20 Northboundi 10 a. m.
Train 19 8outhboundi OilS p. m.
Train 16 Northboundi 9 p, sat.
Suburban Auxiliary T h
Suburban League auxiliary will
hold a regular plnochlo party on
Thursday, September 3, at tho
community hall on Garden
street. Lunch will bo served at
1:30 p. ni. with cards at 2
o'clock. Members are sked to
attend and bring their friends,
Card Party The Woman of
tho Moose will sponsor a card
party Friday afternoon, Septem
ber 4. The public la invited.
Potluck Luncheon Th
Hoinemiiklng commlttea of tho
Women of the Moose will hold
their retailor potluck luncheon
Friday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock
In the Moose hall.
Alumni Breakfast Tha
Alumni committee of the Wo
men of tho Moose will hold
their regular alumni breakfast
Sunday morning, September 5,
In the Moose hall.
Meeting Cancelled Tha
Southern Pacific Ladies' Card
club will not meet for cards on
Wednesday of this week, as
previously scheduled.
Jolly Neighbors The Jolly
Nolghbors will m e o t at tho
home of Mrs. F. M. Hooten,
2428 Hope atreet, Wednesday,
September 2, at 2 p. m. Host
esses will bo Mrs. R. J. Hall
Mrs. Bruce Hull and Mrs. J
W. Hunter. A special feature
has been planned and all mem
bers aro requested to be present
VFW Meets A regular meet
ing of Pelican post 1383, VFW,
will bo held Thursday evening,
September 3, at 8 p. m. In the
KC hall. As Important matters
will be up for discussion at this
meeting, it is urged that all
members attend If possible.
VITAL STATISTICS
MORGAN Born at Hillside
hospital August 30, 1942, to Mr
and Mrs. Erwln' Morgan, Tlo-
nosta, Calif., a girl. Weight
pounds 4 ounces.
APPLEGATE Born at Hill
.side hospital August 31, 1942, to
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Applegate,
Drain, Ore., a girl. Weight
pounds, 2 ounces. '
Courthouse Records
TUESDAY
Justice Court
Woodrow .Wilson Kennedy.
More than threo In front seat.
Fined $5.80.
Arthur Carl Badorek. Driving
while license revoked. Fined
$80.
Samuel Henry Aekerman
Passing with Insufficient clear'
ancc. Fined $5.B0,
Richard Kerwood Johnson
Void foreign license. Fined
$5.60.
BERKELEY, Calif., Sept.
(AP) Brutus Hamilton, Unl
versity of California track
coach, has been ordered to re.
port to Miami, Fla for a si
weeks' officers' training course,
He has been commissioned
captain In the army air force
combat intelligence unit.
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Clad In their "working clothes" a group of marines, part of
Lieut. Col. Evans F, Carlson and. Major James Roosevelt, son of
harbor from their raid on Japanese Makln Island where they
navy photo was radioed from Honolulu to San Francisco.
Leaders of
Brig- Con- Harry K. Pickett,
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(tart), and Malor Jlmmv Roosevelt (center), after their return
raid on Makln island. Col. Carlson and Major Roosevelt, son of
which 350 Japs were wiped out. This official U. S. navy photo
San Francisco.
No-Scouting Rule
Proposed In South
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., Sept.
1 (AP) New Mexico university
suggested to its football oppon
ents today a mutual agreement
against scouting of games this
fall.
George White, director of ath
letics, snid the movo was made
In the interest of economy dur
ing tho natlonnl emergency, but
added:
"We think It would be a good
Idea and that football -would be
better If It were that way all
around. Now is a good tlmo to
start it."
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Xew Hnvfn, Conn., outpointed Johnny JacU
lion, llflif, rtnton RoiiRn, 1. (10).
r-mani'Jtnit-Yanrrjr ni-nrr, 1H. Call
fomla. ontpolntrd Charlrj Kafla, 17. Water,
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Speclallied for YOUR sk'n-type
Per dry ji'b-0Y-SKIN CHAN SIR (Cream 683)
Cleansing plus luhriritlwn. After use, skin
(feels imoother, looks sweetly, softly clean.
Pir miMum-dry im-IAlON COIO CRIAM-
Blsnd sod pure. Softens, freshens si it cleanses.
Perfect for a young complexion.
Pup t)orm,il or illy ji-llQUI"YINO CLIANI
INO) CRIAM Light, thorough, Removes clog
ging dirt, leaves skin crystal-clean.
WOOD'S DRUG STORE
MedlcRl-Dintal Bldg. ' Phon 6712
Marines That Raided Makin Island Return
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Makin Island Raid Congratulated
U. S. M. G. (right) congratulated Lieut, Col. Evans F. Carlson
Li CHECK COUNT
Found with a stolen car and
faced with forgery charges,
Elwyn Sherwood Wilson, 23, is
held in. the county jnil after
having been picked up by state
police Monday night.
They hold a warrant for the
arrest of Wilson, alleged to have
stolen a '41 Buick sedan with
California license 21-G-531 in
San Francisco on August 22.
Officers observed the car park-
?d on Main street, awaited re
urn of the driver and placed
him under arrest. His wifo was
said to be with him, but was
not held.
Police learned that he was
wanted in Medford where he
had passed $100 worth of
phoney checks, they said. On
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the marine contingent led by
the president, return to Pearl
wiped out 350 Japs. This official
to Pearl harbor from the marines
the president, lad the raid in
was radioed from Honolulu to
investigation by city police, It
was alleged that he had given
at least two worthless checks
amounting to over $73 toKlanv
ath Falls merchants.
Police 59id th?t Wilcrtn, who
hails from Murphcy, Ore., prob
ably will be prosecuted here on
charges of obtaining money un
der false pretenses.
U. S. Forces Will
Parade in London
LONDON, , Sept. 1 (AP)
United States armed forces in
dress uniform will parade
through London tomorrow for
the first time since the AEF
landed In Britain. About 350
soldiers, sailors and marines are
to be received by the Lord
Mayor of London at a luncheon
and official municipal welcome
at the Guild hall.
'rom where I sit.
Jy Joe Marsh
Wbbm I drop into Sam Abernethy's
store, I usually come away with
something- worth rememberin.
Sam's our town's most successful
storekeeper and he's not one to do
much talking, nnless he figures he's
really got something to say.
Last evenln' he said plenlg.
Stranger was in the store. And
Bon Ryder, Homer Bentley and
som.i others were talkin about the
scrap eollection when this feller
sort of horned in ,
"I hear theso scrap collections
aro a lot a bunk," he says. "Fact
of the matter is, this junk they're
gathering ain't no for makln'
stool, Just a waste of time gettin'
it together . . ."
At that point Sam steps In.
"Jest a minute," he says, fixing
him with a' cold and steely eye,
"May I inquire where you got them
so-called factst"
The stranger hems and haws,
and Sam advances on him grim
and unsmllln'.
''Name your authority, sir," ha
ssys. And he wasn't kldciln'l "Tell
No. 44 of a ScritJ
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OUR MEN
IN SERVICE
IN MARINES Private First
Class Donald Taylor, son of Mr.
and Mrs. L. O
Stowe of Chllo
miln. is "some
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where in thesS
soutn i'aciuc
Donald Joined
the m a r I
corDs in 1041
received his rc-awif A'l f k
crult training! J&rl
ol Son ninon ;1, . , "
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and was gradu
ated from the communications
center school In June. He then
left on active duty and Is doing
his part to worry the Japs In
the major struggle now going
on In the Pacific. ,
IN TRAINING Dale Bleha,
former owner
of the Pine
street service
station, is now
in the marines.
Dale is at the
marine air
training center
at Jacksonville,
F)a and writes
home t h a t he f 1
likes the life. ' ' ;
This marine is lf'r, 1 &V
the nephew of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Balin of Klamath Falls.
IN TEXAS Corporal Chester
A. Thompson has recently been
transferred t o xJg-
Camp Hood, 7t
Tex., from Fort
Lewis, . Wash.
A former stu
dent at Klam
ffth Union high
school, Thomp
son enlisted In
the United
States army in
April, 1941. He
the son of
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Moser of
Ivory street.
' -TRANSFERRED
Private i irst
s-iass irfsier A. Tipton is serv
ing tn the army
air corps. He
enlisted in Au
gust, 1941, and
was stationed
at Paine Field,
Wash., where
h e completed
his bombar
dier's course;
he has since
been transferred!?
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to Las Vegas
Nev., where he
is attending aerial gunnery
school. Tipton is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Tipton of Klam
ath Falls.
Dr. Miller Cooper has re
ceived a letter from Keith Cra
mer, former radio repair man
here and city police radio oper
ator. Cramer is at Dutch Har
bor, with the navy construction
battalion
Corporal Thomas Stuart was
in Klamath Falls on 36-hour
leave from his duties at Fort
Stevens to attend the funeral of
his grandfather, the late Edward
Everett Byers. While here he
visited with his mother, Mrs.
Bernice Storey, of 2507 Ivory
street, and his grandmother,
Mrs. Rocksy E. Byers of 3707
Bristol avenue.
LANGELL VALLEY Clyde
Vincent is horn on furlough
ns, where did you get all this In
side, private information!"
Well, sir, I never saw Sam so
mad since Lem Martin's dog
chased the cat into the pickle bar
rel. And I guess I never saw a man
crawfish out of a place fast as that
fellow did.
Thinking It over afterwards, I
came to the conclusion that Sain'a
got the real system for handling
folks who throw facts and figures
around free and easy like, .
Frlnatance, Fre noticed there's
aome pretty fancy fact and figure
Jugglln' done by some of those who
oppose the right enjoyed by mil
lions of decent people to drink a
friendly glass of beer when they
want to.
Lately I've been asking these
folks the same kind of questions
that Sam asked that rumor
mongerln' stranger. Try it yourself,
next ttme you hear anybody mak
ing derogatory remarks whether
it's against the war effort ... or
just against beer.
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from the navy, visiting his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Vin
cent, and his brother Ralph.
LANGELL VALLEY Ser-
geant Cliff Popple has returned
to his station at Shrevesport,
La., after spending a few days
with his father, Frank Pepple,
who is seriously ill. Mrs. Cliff
Pepple will remain In Oregon
for the duration.
TO POLLS TODAY
RENO, Nev., Sept. 1 (AP)
Nevada and neighbor Utah held
primary elections today, with i
but few colorful issues to stir a
war-busy electorate. !
Democrats had no competition j
wnatsocver on the Nevada state.
Of principal interest was the
U. S. senatorial race between !
Berkeley L. Bunker, the young ;
incumbent who was appointed
to succeed the late Sen. Key
Pittman, and former Governor
James G. Scrugham, a Nevada
congressman the past ten years.
Three candidates sought Ne
vada's lone seat in congress
State Senator Archie C. Grant,
Lieut.-Governor Maurice Sulli
van and Mrs. Harriett Spann,
former state WPA official.
E. P. Carville, the incumbent,
was opposed by Roland H.
Wiley. Clark county district at
torney, in the gubernatorial
race.
In Utah, only two congres
sional seats were at stake aside
from minor posts, and a scant
25 per cent vote was forecast.
Rep. Walter K. Granger of
Cedar City was unopposed for
the first district democratic re
nomination. If your dealer is out for the
duration, advertise for a used
one in the want-ads.
"Gimme 4,200,000
Lrallons
YEP. By the first of the year, according to tf
aviation experts, Uncle Sam will be asking us oil men
to supply him with 4,200,000 gallons of high octane
aviation gasoline every 24 hours 1 He'll need that
much to keep our fighting planes in the air. Naturally,
the steps that Standard of California has taken are
a military secret, but I can sure tell you that the men
at the refineries haven't been sitting on their hands.
Standard is already turning out vast quantities of
aviation gasoline and even greater supplies will be
produced soon.
Know The Easiest Way To Keep
Your Car Shiny?
Does a coating of dust spoil the ap
pearance of your car a few days after
it's been washed? Then try this easy,
economical way to keep it looking
bright. Buy one of those specially pre
pared dust cloths from your Standard
Man. With it, you can shine up your
car in a couple of minutes. A few flicks
every day, and your car will stay
bright for weeks.
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STANDARD
STANDARD takes bj "
BETTER CARE OF YOUR CAR ! r jrj 1 1 J 7
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Navy Recruiting
Station Announces
Four Enlistments
Four new enlistments In th
U. S. navy were announced to-
day by F. R. Duncan, local re
cruiting officer.
Eugene Oliver Jackson of 234 '
Oak street, employed for sev
eral years by Fluhrer't bakery,
has reenlisted as yeoman second
class, the rank which he held
when he received his honorable
discharge from the navy In
1930, --
Tho other enlistees are Rob
ert Marvin James, 825 Grant
street, Harold Amy Cyr, rout
3, and Paul Switzler, route 3,
all of Klamath Falls. Switzler
was graduated from Henley
high school with the class of '42.
Recovering From Accident
Mrs. Glenn Bowen is in Klam
ath Valley hospital recuperat"
Ing 'from an accident In which
she was kicked by a horse at -Olene
last Friday. She is show- '
Ing much improvement and if
permitted to have visitors.
As simple
as 2 and 2
lose you need :
insurance with
"The Court houM l Jut AeraM
Main Street Pram Our Offtea"
lodayi
,
In tho Scrap
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uncie sam warns you to oo one oi tneav .
things with old scrap iron, steel or other
metal objects, (a) Sell it to a Junk Dealer,
(b) Give it to a charity, (e) Take it yourself
to the nearest collection point apedned
by your local Salvage Committee.
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