Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, May 12, 1947, Page 2, Image 2

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Farm Center
Meeting Held
TULIXAKE, May 12 An eccor
dlon orchestra from Klamath Falls,
under the direction of Mm. Doris
Fredericks, Instructor In piano and
accordion, furnished entertainment
for the Tulelake-Modoo Farm Cen
Ur moating at Carr school Monday
night, May 6. Several solo numbers
war played, and others In concert.
Special guests were three new
homesteader couples, Mr. and Mrs.
Oman, Mr. and Mis. Darrow and
Mr. and Mrs. Hlrschback. Director
Warring Introduced them.
Other guests were Jack Hays, Al
tura;, county agent; Mr. Ramsey,
Alturas, president of Modoc county
farm bureau; Mr. Cloud, new man
ager of the Modoc County Livestock
association; Kenneth Fluomoy, Al
turas; Otto Schulu of Santa Ana,
and Cliff Wood, manager of Tule
lake Growers association: also Earl
Mack of Henley, who brought his
two sons, both members of the
accordion orchestra.
Considerable discussion was held,
threslilng out the matter of whether
or not retention of the Modoc county i
home extension agent was Justified.
The center finally went on record
to send a formal request to the
Modoc board of supervisors to keep
the agent as an Important part of
community activities.
For the potluck dinner which pre
ceded the meeting Mrs. Chet Main,
Mrs. Ross Jamison and Mrs. Dan
Crawford Sr. were hostesses.
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Airfield In
Alaska Planned
WASIUNOTON, May 13 The
army Is further bolstering Ha nor
thern defenses with the construction
of an 8,135,000 heavy bomber base
lu Aliiska Just two houis' flight from
the Herlng strait boundary between
the V. S. and Russia.
A war department announcement
of the new base came only a few
dava after disclosure that a similar
heavy bomber field Is being Installed
In Maine on the opposite flunk of
the northern defense line.
The Alaskan base will be located
at Mile 36 at) miles southeast of
Fairbanks where an alternate land
ing field was built during the war
tor use of fighter aircraft caught in
bad weather. New iiicuitiea win in-1
elude a runway, a big hangar, bar
riuk.1 and sllullar Installations for
the strategic ulr command, which
operates B-30s and eventually will
be equipped with new type heavy
bombers.
The Mile 36 base la a link In a
network of Alaskan defense now
being Improved. Construction of new
runways, barracks and other build
ings Is under way in a projected
S3J.dOO.OOU expansion of Elemendorf
field and Fort RU-hardson. Army
Installations at home also are being j
repaired. j
Herringshaw j
Named Legion Head
MAUN. Mny IJ. John .8. Her
ringshaw has been elected com
mander of Uie American Legion post
No. 84. Mailt), with Installation date
to be announced later. Theodore
Ruer was named vice commander:
W. O. Buuge, adjutant; E. L. Hltt,
sergeanl-at-arnu: Edwin Petrasek.
finance officer, and James Falllhee,
chaplain.
A gun club has also been organ
ized by tlie post. Officers are Frank
Victorin. president; Sam Pressley,
vice president: David Myers, execu
tive officer; Charles Hamilton, chief
Instructor; Merle Loosley. treasurer;
Theodore Rupert, secretary.
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SOUTHERN ORKCION 0OLUCC1K,
Mny UMra, Mabel Winston, regis
trar at Southern Oregon college, has
again Issued the warning that ap
plications for entrance lo BOO next
fall are piling up rapidly. All those
who hope to attend college next year,
she stated, should make application
now before It Is too late. The col
lege's facilities are going to be taxed
lo the limit next year, and It may
become a case of first coiners getting
preference. Three new buildings are
going up on the BOO rampus now,
and while they will be of great help,
added Mra. Winston, there will still
be some orowdlng. More old 8O0
students are coming back than ever
before In the school's history, and
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luenl of U00 for next year,
CI.KHKS TO MUl'.T
PORTLAND, May 13 (ill ' Af'L
retail clerks will meet tonight here
lo consider a new oontraot offered
by the rood Employers association,
Tho union represents some WOO
clerks working for about 000 em
ployers and recently rejected It l.'iO
for 40-hour week offer. The union
originally asked 170 (or 40 hours.
Jean and Joan N'owell. daughters of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nowell who made their home in Klamath Falls
for several years, are two of the talented young performers to take part in the Fremont PTA-Sponsored
Grandad's Copycats appearing in Klamath Falls at the Kl'HS auditorium on Wednesday evening. May 14.
8eventy children participate in the show which Is given without charge by the PTA. Also appearing on the
program and known here is Larry Clark, the young drummer, who takes an active part with Grandad's Copy-eats.
"Grandad's Copycats To
Appear Here Wednesday
Grandad's Copycats, rapidly gain
ing coaatwide fame, will appear here
at the KUHS auditorium Wednes
day evening, May 14, under the
sponsorship of the Fremont PTA.
The show is open to the public and
no charge is being made. This is
the history of Grandad's Copycats
and how it started as reprinted from
The Shasta Dial:
Twenty-seven years ago a little
boy broke his leg on a dance floor
and that was the beginning of
"Gcandad's copycats", as we know
thiialioday. I 'it-
The story goes Jike this: Walter
Ray, the man whose brain child the
organisation Is, had a small or
chestra in Doley, Alberta, Canada.
This orchestra played for Saturday
night dances in this small country
town and all the people around at
tended, with their children. One
Saturday night one of the children
playing on the dance floor slipped
and broke his les. The community
felt so badly about the accident they
decided not to have any more
dances.
The leader of the orchestra
thought it over and decided that the
dances could be held If the children
had a night to dance when the
parents didn't and the parents
danced on Saturday night and left
the children home. He started a
Friday dance for kids only, furnish
ing free music
The eaten was tnst the Kids aian t
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know how to dance, so the orchestra
leader, Walter Ray, started teaching
them. In a short while they became
so adept the parents suggested he
make up a show around the young
sters and go around and entertain
at various places. He did this and
spent many hours of time and quite
a bit of money, as no admission
was charged.
About seven years ago that man
came to Redding. Because he likes
to work with children and wanted
to get acquainted he started teach
ing onildren here la dance, and sing
and has been at it ever since. Last
year SI boys and girls received val
uable training and experience at no
cost except a little effort.
This year the load was too heavy
for one man, so Walter Ray has
"incorporated." Ten mothers of
youngsters under his guidance have
volunteered to help him with the
Copycats, which includes not only
teaching but there's the matter of.
costumes to be made, children to be
rounded up for this entertainment
and that program, which for one
Individual has grown to be too large
a job, especially when it's an en
tirely gratis proposition.
Walter Ray says the secret of
getting along with his charges Is
remembering that a small problem
to an adult is a large problem to a
child, and never ignoring their
problem, no matter how small.
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