Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, April 09, 1947, Page 5, Image 5

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i-lmnly loil.y, timlaltl anil Tlilimlnyi
trull. (nil howu. lnlnyj hill l.miinrn
m uhlifit. Mml.r.l. we.t to Iturlh
w..l wimh alt euHl.
Family Circle The ri'uulnr
monthly inrolliiu of Ihn Family
li relit will ho hi'lil at tho first
Coveniinl church, 113 Wnlnut, on
Friday, April II, nl H p.m. The
H ui'Hl similiter unit dinner for llii)
rvi'iilnu In to bo the Hcv. Charles
KiiihIiiIi'iiiii of thp lminunuvl
iliitlnl church. Folluwlujl the
(Irvoliimul prrlod mi hour of
social fellowship will bo enjoyed,
I IokU'iws (tir tlio nirctliiu are
Mm. I, Eastman unci Mm. Murk
Johnson. A cordlul tnvllutlon I
extended Id nil who wish to
Aboard Crulaar Chnrlr W.
Bi'M, Slc USN. (oil o( Mr. C.
11. Kelly, routo 1, la nerving
aboard tlio lluht cruiser USS Ju
ni'iiu. Ik- purtltipiitvcl in inancu.
von recently hold In the Curllj
Ih'iiii sp by a tank force o( the
2nd fleet. Tim oporullon Includ
ed air attack by radio con
trolled plnnc. and tlio bombard
ment ol the Inland of Culeuia
In the Went Indira.
Recovering Donna Kinney,
dnuiihtor of Mr. and Mn, Howe
Kinney or Olene, la recovoriuK
at the Dunmonr hotel. 12th and
Morrison, Portland, following
auritrry in a hospital in thut city.
Mm. Kinney la atuylnu with her
fluugmer. and Mr. Kinney re
turned ivirly this week.
VUltort Mr. and Mr. Mux
Love and dmitfliter i'ulrlcia were
recent visitors at the home of
Mr. and Mra, Luin Lanraster,
2:120 Durrnw. nurcnts of Mra.
I.ovc. They enjoyed aevernl
alghtei'lti trip. including Cra
ter hike, belore returning to
their home In Lou Angeles.
Crater 7 Canton crater T will
meet Thursday, April 10, for
pntlurk aupper at 8 .10, and reg
tilur session at A. All members
of Ladle' canton ihnuld wear
Meeting Postponed The
meeting of the Oregon Suite
Nurso's aiHoclutlon, district B,
orlglnully alutcd for Thursduy,
Inn Imibii postponed because of
the community concert prcseu
tutlon thnt night. Tlio session
will bo hold at 8 P. m.. r'rldny.
Genevieve Wuploa, fluid repre
aontntlvo of I'ortland, will speak
on atructurs atudy. All nurses
ure nuked to attend,
Pylhlan Slater Banquet
Member! planning to utlvnd the
bunuet at Wlnoma Hotel Frl
duy evening should make their
reservations by Thurnduy morn
Inn. Cull Maude I'hlllipa. 7481.
or Zcllu Blankonshlp, 4442. This
bnimuet will be In honor of Mur
ccllu Mlddlolon, grand chief of
tho state of Oregon.
D of H Maetlna The execu
live committee meeting of the
Degree of Honor will be held
Thursday at 8 p.m. at the homo
or Mrs. Lois Abbey, 47.111 a. otn
All officers and members pluiv
nlng to go to The Dalles are
asked to attend, mini pinna win
bo completed and resvrvutmns
made for the trip.
Home Now Mrs Lum Lan
caster hue returned to her home,
2320 Darrow, after a visit In
Los Angeles, hor former home,
whero she received treatment
from a heart specialist. Tho Lan
caster are newcomers to Kla
math Falls, where he Is em
ployed by the Southern Pacific.
Mrs. Dufour In Hospital
Mrs. Charles DuFour or Pelican
City Is u putleut at Hillside hos
pllul where she Is recovering
satisfactorily lifter n inujor op
eration hint Friday, and Is al
lowed to have vial tors. Mr, nud
Mrs. DuFour and daughter, Mar.
Jorlo, returned homo last week
from a vacation trip to Los An
geles whero they visited Mi's.
DuFour' undo and aunt, Mr.
unci Mrs. A, W. Miller, unci with
Mrs. Walter Lewis and duug.i
tor, Irene, former Kkimutli resi
Meeting Tho ludles auxlliury
of tho brotherhood of Hallway
Trainmen will hold its regular
meeting on Thursday ut KC hull.
Officers and drill team will meet
ror practice at 7 p, m. The meet
ing will start ut 8 p. rn. and there
will be entertainment and re
freshments. .
Ill Fanetle Hodges, con
tinuity writer for KFLW, Is
homo 111 Willi a severe cold con
dition. She became ill at her
mother's home In Merrill, where
sho was spending the week-end.
Correction The speaker at
the meeting of the Convert
League held in the Sucred Heart
parish hall Monday, March 31,
was L. L. Lombard, not L, L.
Discharged Eugene C. Bor
ders Is visiting his mother, Mrs.
11. M. Briggs. of 20(10 F.berlein,
on leuve prior to his dlschnrgc
from the navy. His rating la
MMlc, and he arrived here this
week from Rhode Island.
Bale Planned The Klumntli
Lutheran Ladies aid will hold a
sale of home-baked goods lit the
Safeway store on 8th and Pine
Snturduy beginning at 10:30
a. m. ,
Greetings Cabled Pvt. Or
villa C. James, son of Mr. and
Mrs. D. F. James. 227 Michigan,
and Pvt. Dick Hoettecher, soil
of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hoette
cher, 17 Warren, cabled Kanter
greetings to their parents from
Tokyo, Japan, whero they arc
Films Shown The Juycccs,
meeting for their regular bi
weekly session In tho Pelican
cafe Monday night were privi
leged to see two navy films In
color. They were Operations
Crossroads and Tho Battle of
Guam. The films were shown by
USNR Recruiter John Martin,
Visitors Mrs. Ernest Howell
of Hogue River and her sister
Mrs. Ed Grimm and daughter
Cathy of Ashland are spending
tho week In Klamath Falls as
guests of their brother, H. Dod
son. 2608 Ebcrlcin.
Extension Meeting The Pel
ican home extension unit will
meet In the auditorium of Pel
ican school at 1 p. m., Friday,
Officers will be elected and In
stalled. In addition to conduct
ing the Installation, Mrs. Wlnnl
fred K. Glllcn, home demonstra
tion agent, will speak on "Clean
As You Go." Refreshments will
bo served after the meeting.
Study Croup Members of the
Fuirvlew Study group will meet
with Mrs. O. E. Powell, 1433
Worden, Thursday at 2 p. m.
The topic for study will be,
"Recreation, Family Style." All
parents interested are welcome
to attend the meeting.
Surgery Mrs. Obll Coleman,
Klumath Falls. had major surgery
Wednesday morning at Hillside
hospital. Coleman is an employe
of Big Lakes Box company.
Chang Camp Fire leaders
and sponsors will meet Friday
at 7:30 p.m., basement of First
Presbyterian church, instead of
Wednesday as previously an
nounced. The change was made
to correspond with a change in
schedule for Elvira Hess, regional
head secretary for Camp Fire
Major Surgery Mrs. William
Campbell (Anita Gwyn), had ma
jor surgery at Hillside hospital
Wednesday morning. Mrs. Camp
bell resides at 2012 Orchard and
Is well known in music circles
HtaALO Si HW. UwiH till; Of. WKPNMMV. A, II , IM1. I'M ne
Social Cluk Tho Fulnrn Clnr
finPltll elllh Ulll meal n 1 '4. m m
Friday in the parlors of the
muHuiiiu lempie ior a Dries dusi
ness meeting followed by a so-
rial hnur HnstMafta uill hn Mr
Willard Peyton, Mrs. Carl Arthur
ana Mrs. n. rvi. Briggs.
Lulhwim MMtTh T.tith.
eran Brotherhood will meet at
the Klamath Lutheran church
Thursday at 7:45 p.m. All mem
bcrs and friends are invited to
attend. There will be an Inter
esting program and special mualO
by the men's chorus. -
rxn C"3 C7Tr nr n n si
of The Month!
Do female functional monthly dis
turbances make you feel nervous,
fidgety, cranky, so tired and 'drag
ged out' at such times? Then do
117 itfOla E. ptnkham Vegetable
Compound to relieve such eyjnp-
wb. 41.0unKnu lor uus purposei
Taken regularly Plnkham'i
Compound helps build up resist- 4
snce against such distress. And 4
tn&ts the kind of product you
should buy. Thousands have r- '
yurm Miitau worm trying. , ;
Cards Croup 2 of the Sucred
Heart Altar society will hold the
first of a scries of four card par
ties this Wednesday in the parish
hull at 8 p. m. The public Is invited.
Clipper Club The Mt. Laki
Clipper club will meet at 8 p.
m., Thursdny, In the Henley
grange hall. All young married
couples In the community are
In Hospital Mrs. Oliver Davis
of route 1 box 1086, is receiving
medical treatment at Klamath
Valley hospital and will undergo
surgery later this week. She Is
an employe of Sears Roebuck and
Vacuum Cleaners
Lifetime Guarantee
Free Demonstration'
Telephone 9200
Business Trip Police Judge
Ilurold Franey Is spending a few
days this week in Portland on
city business. He is expected to
return Friday.
Art rr, ftvcnlast, anty
' Cat nwri riinu
Nnrar? Slacs
Klamath Flower Shop
ssu a. aik Greenhouses eus
Hack AaaU !
6" Lace
Boot Shoes
Made by famous NOCONA.
That r the first high
heeled. lie boot shoe In
Kiiiblubi lais
733 Main
.Nunn-Buth Shoe
All Worehtl Timed
For Aeturoey wL.
By Precision yis'Vl
Watch Timstn y jfl
Ej) m service ' ml
a. .f lh. Ih, nalK ml
yr Ik'Ii r walrb. w en pul II
le erraral warklna rSr. Th lln-
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For 2nd Week
Specializing Steak
Completely Renovated
Congenial Surroundings
Mixing Facilities
"To Forget Life's Bore
Try Lakeshore"
Look to
for the
r Liiiciiaiimiciii
Two Large Racks
Late styles-famous labels-coats
of every style trend, color and
price range. Every mode from a
jaunty little topper to a dress
makers dream! Now you can get
an exclusive label coat at a big
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Including Sizes for Juniors, '""' L 2 MI
Regular and Large Sizes. i P 'h, M
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April is time to clear broken sizes and odd
lots of merchandise. Our sale merchandise is
all late seasonable modes many numbers
not more than a few days old.
Every conceivable style trend represented in
this large rack of famous label dresses.
Choose from budget-priced little casuals to
glamorous afternoon frocks in every style de
tail you desire.
Values 12.95 to 29.50
$17.50 to $30
Including Sizes for Juniors, Regular and Half Sizes.
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Listen to the
Addison Peletier Program
on KFJI at 9:30 a. m.,
Monday through Friday
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