Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, September 04, 1942, Page 9, Image 9

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    September . 10'12
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J UU W 1- I 1 W
SHOWDOWN
LOYALTY PROBE
WASHINGTON, Hi'iil, 4 (IV
Tin' Till nnil the Dim riminiltlco
wore lit ulinip I'iI'Ik Imliiy nvi'r
Die i-x ti'ti t of KUliviT.itvi'iionH
mining fecleriil einpliiyes.
Cliiilrniiin We (I) Tex.), iiiriin
Inn Allni'iii'y tii'iieriil Frnm-ls
llli'ldl "t lnivlml "fulled utter
ly" In comply Willi ciiiiurvMlim.
nl wMien, a-lu'il 1 1 ii' limine to re-
?j,i ii JuMii" I'mi tiiM'iit report
wlilili erltli'led llm committer
Imllrei'tly for sending the Kill
en ii lime ciiimiiiiiliiK anarch fur
disloyal novel ninrnt workers,
Smear
Dies, lielid nf tile upeelitl trail'
tnittee. net HP flir '' niin to
Investigate ul)vci'lve not 1 vlt lt?,
miide hlii rripifKt 111 II leltrr to
Speaker Sum Hnyburn In which
lie referrcil to a recent net of
rniiKrenH linking the Kill to mnko
the cheek up.
The Jimtlco department, the
Texiin rlmrged, ilid not want tho
BMlmiinent In the first pliiee
mid "It In nut tdrnngo thiit nolli'
liiK hut tin Attempt to smear our
commllt'-f lwi reunited."
Iliildlu'ii report mild thnt mi a
result of 2008 Investigations, In
cluding ninny miKKeHlud by tho
Dim committee, on I v :in
menl worker hud liemi frr!
mid 1.1 othern disciplined. Thin
result, lie lidded, was "utti-rly
disproportionate lo tho resources
expended."
Died retorted lie could coma
to no I'oni'ln.in!! except thai
wlmt lllddlo "hml done In effect
la to ulve a license to every gov
eminent employo to engage In
liny ciiniiiiiinlnt subversive iicllv
lly no long im he dom not go to
tin- extent nf iictuidly carrying
plilillely a pnld up incmlmrnhlp
curd In the eommunlnt pnrly,"
Deportment Store
Salo Slump Soon
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 4
ffl'l A 15 prr rent fllump In far
western department Moro sales
In the f I ii it I week of August, as
rompiired with the correspond
liiK period hint yenr, win shown
hi the federul reserve Isnnk re
port here lodiiy.
Of the tlx reporting cities,
Suit I. like nlone recorded n
gain of 18 per cent. Percentile
decline wore: I.ok Angelr 26,
Oiiklnnd 2, Sun Franclco 7,
Portland 3, Seattle 0,
HERALD AND NEWS, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
PAGE NINB
Where War Flares Anew on Egyptian Front
A total of 40,734 vessels, with
1,187,0112 passengers, uiied tho
port of Vancouver, B. C, Can-
ndn, during 10:10.
The whale, nlthnuKh an air
brent hi nil mnmntnl. cannot
breiilhe on hind. It suffocates
of Its own weight.
FGYPT FROWP6
tf GERMANS
ATTACK t V " '
BRITISH HALT
HIMEIMAT ITALIANS
m.'mHILU;'. . ,
WILES
INV.A 7InAMnJ
Here's the bntlleiiround In Eiiypt u Axis and Allied armed forces clashed In a major action after a two-month
lull, In the ccntir ot the main front, British forceji rrpubwd a feint by Italian forces but fell back eight miles
an Nail Munhul Romincl'a armored units struck at Hln-.rlmat HIU on the northern edge of the Qattara Depression,
Cole Bros. Riding Star
"rm-i itiVJi 1 fi mmriwiM i
fOH ft6frN0 AMEBCANS
frulta and Vegetables
Sat. Only
Lettuce 2l0I
Larg f
ooiid rieada
Peaches
Fancy
Elberlaa Box3XtfTF
Potatoes
U. 8. No. J , 2Q
50Lb. Beg lpXaA7
Melons
Black Seed flft
Klondike,,, Lb.
Prunes
Italian, Q(a
16 Lb. Box .. ' UL
CmercBf am, wao jo.
sausage vr,r", 25c
COFFEE "r,", "nr. 27c
7 Ttrstl JOa
25c
225c
Meco Brand
Tomatoes
2.25c
enBUra nrr
KVnnMI HIM 'Ml, UK
FRUIT BUTTER
AteHtf. Ho, I irtaM
CIGARETTES
CRACKERS iQ.
SODA, OiMlUa I Ik, Imi I
BEAHS:.:rf..28c
BEAHS;-t.M,cr28c
GELATIN """Lnt. 5c
PUDDINGS V-"'1 ,. 5c
COFFEE TJ!'"""" 33c
FLOUR $ 1 .69
TOILET TISSUE. IQ(!
WaMail tr T. e. , relit
Cratar Lake
CHEESE
ILb.
Loaf
or Trip
27c
PHESEHVES
Kerrs
Ass't. No. 2 Can
35c
TOILETRIES
Cut Rata
DRUGS
Kleenex Tissues
200a 440s
2 , 25c 2 , 49c
Ut lira AlKi-lalliar 49
10 Hit Tumi 3 tor 2L5
ity'Qt, Johnton'i laby "21
MX Paptoitcnl Anliaaplti - 39
II Hit HatUn Halm -29
Patrlia Tooth llriiah - - lQt
o Jar nan' i Lotion JJOkp
KOTEX
3 Slies
Pkg. 2 Pkg...
. 22C 4?C
Plggly Wlggly Quarantotd
Meata
Fryers -q
J to J lb. average. Lb.
Branded Baal
Roasts Lb.23c
Cross Rib or Blada
Steak Lb. 37c
Round, Rib, Blrloln
Pure Lard ,q
4-Lb. Pkg "
Open Kattla Rendered
Rib Boil I2-
Lean, Tender ...Lb.
Bacon
Squares Lb.19lc
ROYAL CLUB TUNA, Fancy Albocoro, No. i can. ...37c
SALAD DRESSING or SPREAD, Qf 25e
KITCHEN BROOMS, 4 iow, each 29e
GOLD MEDAL WHEATIES, pkg lie
SWIFT'S TOMATO JUICE, 3 tall can 25c
TREASURE PICKLES, 12-oz. (or 13c
PARD DOG FOOD, dehydrated, 2 pkg 25c
I CH.B. Swoet
Or Party Time
Glass 35c
Fir Weed
HONEY
5Lb.
Can ..
98c
LYNDEN'S SPAGHETTI, 2 16-o. jart ... 25e
MAZDA GLOBES, 40-50-60-wotf, now .'..10e
TOMATO SOUP, Campboll'i, 3 eons 25e
OXYDOL, largo 23e Giont 63c
NICKEL TIP MATCHES, 6-box carton 23c
CLAPP'S Strained Baby Food, 3 for 19e
CLAPP'S Junior Baby Food, 2 for 1c
Q Oregon
MILK
lTj 24c
Purtx
BLEACH
25c
Quart 13
1. Gal
J7"" West
'-TvJr7 J &M&&m arfsi-"TAi'aJEJffixjtljii&'a.rsuk 2X
Four million reindeer can live
and thrive on the reindeer moss
that grows In Alaska.
New York City's 11,000 fire
men fought 28,000 fires during
1940.
Try These Two
Fall Desserts;
They're Honeys
NEA Servic Staff Writer
The fall appetite is on it way.
Begin now to try out desserts
that fit Into the school appetlto.
Honey Apple Crisp
(Serves 4 to 6)
Four cups sliced apples, 1-4
cup sugar, 1 tablespoon lemon
Juice, 1-2 cup honey, 1-2 cup
flour, 1-4 cup brown sugar, 1-4
teaspoon salt, 1-4 cup butter.
butter shallow baking dish.
Spread sliced apples over bot
tom. Sprinkle with lemon Juice,
sugar, and pour honey over it.
Mix together In bowl the flour,
brown sugar and salt. Cut In
butter, making a crumbly mix
ture evenly over the apples,
Bake in moderate oven (375 dcg.
F.) from 30 to 40 minutes, until
apples are tender and crisply
browned. Serve with cream or
top milk and cinnamon.
Honey Bread Pudding
(Serves 4 to 6)
Five cups stale bread cubes, 2
cups hot milk, 3-4 cup honey, 1-2
cup raisins, 3 tablespoons . but
ter, 2 eggs, well-beaten.
Scald milk. Pour over bread'
cubes- and mix until bread is
thoroughly moistened. Add eggs,
Press one half of the moistened
brcad In baking dish, Pour one
half of the honey and raisins
over it and dot with butter. Add
the remaining half of the moist
ened bread and the remaining
honey, raisins and butter. Bake
In moderate oven (275 deg. P.)
for about 45 minute S've
with cream or top milk.
MENU
BREAKFAST: Orange
Juice, oatmeal, enriched toast,
. Jam, coffee, milk.
LUNCHEON: Tomatoes
stuffed with left-over chicken
and e le r y salad, toasted
cheese sandwiches, cookies,
tea, milk,
DINNER: Cross-rib pot
roast, noodles, buttered beets,
cabbage and apple salad, fresh
fruit gelatin, coffee, milk,
liV'll&fill
JUUK
JwmA A wm iwit nur ot rogiira aaai-norif mo unit a
on "Ambrklnfl," h.ghJumplng horso.
"Madcap Rider" Will Star
With Cole Brothers Circus
They call her the madcap
rider of the big show, the Eva
Tanguay of the side-saddle, the
equestrian sulcldo, but these ap
pellations suggest only reckless
daring, and Jean Allen, double
star equestrienne of the Cole
Brothers circus, coming to
Klamath Falls for afternoon and
night performances September
12, is first of all the most thor
oughly schooled rider to elec
trify American big top perform
ances. Jean, who heads the thrilling
high school and Jumping horse
displays of America's favorite
nhnur. Is otllv 23 years of DUO.
yet she has been in tho saddle
12 years. She was taught horse
manship and equitation by
noted trainers when sho was but
11 years of age. The foremost
(minora In tho circus world vied
with one another to make her
tho finest riding star of tho
times. She has more than Justi
fied their en oris, tor nouoay
who sees her breath-taking feats
In tho rings and around the hip
podrome track of the show can
over forget her, even tho she
rides with scores of other girl
riders surrounding her.
Jean Is tho proud owner of
two blue-ribbon horses, and she
has often tried to get permission
to place one of them on the
show, but the management has
a rigid rule all horses, save
thno nf tho orcnt bareback rid
ing displays, must be owned by
tho circus, nowevcr, sno nas a
"circus horse" all her own, thnt
Is, no one else is allowed to ride
him, and It la this horse, "Am
bcrklng" which takes her over
the highest harriers, and the
thrilling reors on tho hippo
dromo track.
In addition to the horse dis
plays, the great new circus of
11)42 Introduces 350 men and
women orenlc champions. 80
world renowned clowns, n
Grand Horso Show In a separ
ate tent at no extra charge, and
a menagerie with over 900 rare
wild animals.
Tho performances will begin
at 3:30 and 8 p. m.
NO INJURIES
Wreckers were required to
tow away tho evidence, but no
one was Injured in a crash
which occurred Thursday ati
8:40 p. m. nt the intersection I
of Darrow and Division streets.
The cars Involved wero driven i
by Horry Coleman, 37, and
Howard De Lamatcr, 18, accord-
tng to a police report.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE STATE OF OREGON
FOR KLAMATH COUNTY.
IN THE MATTER OF THE
ESTATE OF E. N. EAGLE,
DECEASED, IN AND TO THE
ASSETS OF THE COPART
NERSHIP OF E. N. EAGLE
AND D. N. EAGLE, CO
PARTNERS DOING BUSI
NESS UNDER THE FIRM,
NAME AND STYLE OF
EAGLE AND SON. '
Notice is hereby given that
the undersigned has been ap-,
pointed Administrator of the
Estate of E. N. Eagle, deceased,
in and to tho assets of the co
partnership of E. N. Eagle and
D. N. Eagle, copartners doing
business under the firm name
and style of Eaglo and Son. All
persons having claims against
said partnership estate are di
rected to present said claims
properly verified to me at the
Office of Fred D. Fletcher, Suite
12, Mclhaso Bldg., Klamath
Falls, Oregon, within six months
from, the date of the first pub
lication of this notice which is
August 14th, 1!)42.
D. N. EAGLE,
Administrator.
A 14-21-28; S 4-11 No. 112.
(lome-mide ice cream
time is here! Enjoy it
more use Schilling
pun Vanilla, exqui
site, delicate flavor
that won't frccie out.
Schilling
4A
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Tall Tins of SHORTENING COCKTAIL WSv5!lQ3J I
I : Irradiated Milk . . .. .. Tall Cant '&!WrfS&$ I
I I O ,.. jCOC tot" can - m
' 1
I TUNA- FISH rSrM..t ho. h Tin 39c .wmx;!.. I
. - . Kerr Economy Lldi, pkg 19c
' t ipm . Ofic M.C.P. Pectin, 3 pkgt. 25e
MQNC Y Br.d.h.w - S-b- " 7Qfc Parowax. 2 pkg. ....25e I
I TOMATO JUICE 6 , 49c
PAPER NAPKINS
80 Count
TENDERONI
2Pkgt. (Plut One nj Q
Pkg. Free) I TC
CRANBERRY BEANS
3 Lb, 19c
MARSHMALLOWS
Fresh Fluffy
12-Oi. Pkg. ....
12c
MOMlaaatB'BaStit'''
jlEV7 PAINS'.
ttnrrmauty A
Emil's Quality Meats
GROUND BEEF
39c
All Meat
2 Lbs
CORN BEEF
We Make the Best
Pound :
28c
BEEF ROAST
Steer Beef
Pound
27c
BRISKET BOIL
Lean and Tender
Pound
17c
SLICED BACON
Swift's Oriole Am
Pound 1
SHORTENING
J,w1 75 e
3 Lbt M
Pears, Standby, in heavy syrup. No. 2'a eon..... -28c
Pineapple, Royal Club Dessert Cuts, No. 2'j can 29c .
Pineapple, Royal Club Fancy Sliced, No. 2Vi con 29c
Peaches, Del Monte, large glass jars 27c -
Pumpkin, Standby, No. 2Yx eon 2 for 23e
Oven Baked Beans, S & W large tall can 22c.
Tomatoes, Silverdale, No. 2'i can....: .2 for 25c
Corn, Diamond A, No. 2 can 2 for 29c
Peas, Del Monte Early Garden, No. 303 can 17c
Full Cream Cheese, mild Klamath variety,
2-lb loaf .- S9c
Flour, northern hardwheat, 49 lbs.... $1.79
Flour, Swansdown, 49-lb. bag $1.89
Sperry's Pancake and Waffle Flour, 8.9-lb. bag....59e
Sta Crisp Wafers, 2-lb. box 21c
Sta Crisp Grahams, 2-lb. box 23c
Crisco, 3-lb. pall '. 73c
Spry, 3-lb. pail 73c
Snowdrift, 3-lb. pail 73e
Black Tea, Royal Club, Vi lb 45c
Hot Sauce, Del Monte, can 5c
Liberty Bell Syrup, 5-lb. 10-ox. jug ...59c
Borden's Homo, 1-lb. tiri L...59c
Asparagus, Me'rrimae, all green, No. 2 can 33c
Rytak, 14-ox. pkg. 15c
Rice Krispies, pkg. 11c
Cream of Wheat, large pkg. 24c
Peanut Butter, Jane Good, 2-lb. jar ..45e
Royal Princess Oil, for cooking and
salads, Vi-gal. can 89c
Macaroni or Spoghetti, hardwheat, 3-lb. pkg 25c -
; Ivory Soap
Med. bar, 3 for ...
Large bar, 2 for
Oxydol
Large pkg. - ......... .
Giant pkg. ........ .
: Ivory Snow
Large pkg.
' Ivory Flakes
Large pkg.
Scot Tissue, 3 rolls
Waldorf Tissue, 4 rolls
Scot Towels, 2 rolls
:.23e
...63c
...23e
...23c
...22c
...17c
...19c
SUNBRITE
CLEANSER
3 M 14c
Fresh Fruits and
Vegetables
15c
25c
LEMONS
Full ot Juice
Doien
WATERMELONS
Fancy Striped 01s
Pound 2y
APPLES
Gravenstein
3 Pounds ,
PEACHES
Ashland Elbertas. Lge. Box,
POTATOES
U. S. No. I Klamath 4 A
io Lb . ;.
ORANGES
Sunkltt Juice Blse
2 Dosea