Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, May 16, 1947, Page 11, Image 11

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Awards Presented Students
fjf. Friday afternoon, May 9, lit
-Mwflltl assembly In Hi Ollchrlil
hlKli iiIiihiI vym Mr. Kayiimtui
(xililorlcli, prlnoliml, piiiletl the
lolluwIiiK award.
IJnukolbull letter: Benlur Jun
ior Juroh. Jimmy Hliiunniw, Mild
Ohainherleii, Hob Mr-Oaw, Dick
nreeiiin mid (Hartley Hlioll. All
tii aenlnr by will rei'elv email
lulri bnklbl for tlielr Brtlvlly
In tlila field. Junior Ditvlil liracl
r, Allen (liiditut, Tommy llnuiil
mnn, unil Julinnln Tooiiipy. rluplm
more Uuvlrt Anderson, Jimmy
'HhrlliMi. ii ml Joluilo Ili'lil. I'roali
limn- -Hobby Ji'ob. The aneelnl
imilfri'liixiiiiiiin award, amiilf itnlrt
; basketball, will no to jiliomore
Johmilo Held.
I In tlm llirln' club, Til OrliullatUw,
i Ilia fit at your girl roiiolvlnil sreen
! ; letters were; HopliomoiT Olorl
; llynlt, Wnmlii Freeman, n(t Joun
! ' C'oiiklln ml Mui Ipii Mi1,'. TIi
i ( ncconrt yeur iilrl rnmlvlmi whit
letter were Hophomorea Alv
! Ilnrrlii. Margaret Uuilclal, Hill
' Chnvrs, June MoorhrHil, Jnrkle
J Proke, and Virginia tinnier. The
third and fourth year girls rtyelv
' ' li or working for pin were aen
j , lor Murth Uiii Ilrenle, Violet
I Freeman. I'atrlrl Hue Hill nd
' ; Junior Willi Kiindliuirr.
rue enrer leuiier, uoria lino Joyce
:iWIIIIIII, l.l'll. lUlliri, mm rtljri tv
I Merlile will nisei rerelve white let
ter with megaphone Ihroimh them.
The honor ttuitent who will hve
their nme engraved on the Honor
; Plaque, re aenlor boy BUnley
I Nhiiil and Junior girl Kutli Kun
; dinner.
, Member of the ply runt rerelv-
In draiuntlca pin were, I-rry
lAenla, Juvie Orllfln, Kuth Kun
fdlnger, Allen Ouddal. Hobble Herl-
RENT BIKES
S5e per hour
r. M. B.I. to f I. M. Sun. M
Pbon MM
POOLE'S
Bicycles ! Sporting Good
919 I. Main
Phont 4282
1 Wtr
Fresh Link Sausage . lb. 42c
Beef Pot Roast . . . lb. 39c
IN OUR DELICATESSEN-
SALADS Macaroni, Potato
CHEESES
Llederkrani, Land o' Pin. Tillamook. Edam. Roquefort.
Kaukana. Smoked.
MANY OTHER DELICACIES AND PARTY SNACKSI
MEATS
GROCERIES
E)IH1
4707 So. 6th
PRODUCE
DEPARTMENT
ORANGES
Fancy Larg
Navel
, dos.
Klamath Spuds
No. I -lb. tack
Carrots ..J bunches
New Potatoes ,
COFFEE
Vubn
All Other Brands
lb.
BUTTER
Clrat quality lb.
APRICOTS
Black Knight tli tin
KODOTA FIGS JQc
Del-Ill No. XM tin '
RAISINS, 15-oz. pkg. 'OTc
Thomnaon Heedlea 2 Pkgs. '
SPAGHEni DINNER TOc
flerve Four i
Serve Four .
Spaghetti! Cheese, fianoe,
PHONI
4007 1
School I
mull, Violet Freeman, Martha I,ou
llreuMMtle, Emma Ohavn, Htnnley
Hhott, Klleen O'Connor, Tommy
lliiiiplmaii, mid Dnvld Uruder.
The woodworking awnrd, flih
ln:. pole nml reel, went to freshman,
Meiio llnmpton.
(told typhiK pin were Klven to Ihe
followliiK flint year atudenU for
typing 30 or morn word mbiiita:
Henlor Violet Freemen, Junior
Klleen O'Connor, and Bouhnniore
Cynthia Puller. Thirty-five word
a minute: Gloria Hyatt, Wnnd
freeman, Jackie Proke, Virginia
Uiirner, Illllii Chaves, null Noriiiuu
Duty, all aoiihomiire. Fully word
a minute: Margaret OuddaU-aopho-more.
The aecond yenr iilrl receiving
plna for typing 4b word a milium
were Junior Joyce Clrlffln and
Unlit KiindhiKer, Keillor Myrtle
Merlile, and aophomure Alva llar
rl and Jonn llurrell.
Kuril year the DA II or Klamath
Kail present an award to the out
ainndlnir nenlnr and elKhlli trade
honiriniiker. I'atrlrla Hue Hill, en
lor, and Jo Ann Conklln, lllhth
grader, were honored thl year.
CoucliidliiK the assembly Mr.
Oehlerlrh announced that the vale
dlntorlnn of Ihe graduating cla I
I'atrlrla Rue Hill.
After the assembly tlie parent
and friend toured all the room
of the school and auw varlou dln
pliiy of work acconipllalied by atu
deut during the yeur, everyone
wa Invited In the library to nave
tea lerved by the QrlMllette.
Do you wlli the thrill of travel
and adventure, a healthy outdoor
life, plenty of alhletlr and the com
panlomhlp of the flneat youth of
Ainerlr? Thene are but a few of
the many advantaKe of enlUtmeul
In the United Stale navy.
HOTELS
OSBORN HOLLAND
kuikni orb. Maoroao
Thoroughly Modern
Mr. ! Mra. 1. t. rl.r
1mm kirlt
CHICKEN
CENTER
TOM BROWN, Mgr.
Fraih Dreiitd Colored Fryerl
Colored Hens 7Q
round 1tC
Light Hens Lb 29c
Pork Shoulder
Roast Lb 39c
Bacon Squares,,.
found J)C
PRODUCE
Saturday Specials
M
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65c
M
QC
19c
19c
Toll
Borden
Cat
$
5
48 Tint
59'
490
B
65j
23
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Morrell'i
Sliced
55c
Pound
FREE DELIVERY SERVICE
OPEN EVENINGS TILL 9
FUNNY
54- - "
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"His wlf got him to do It
model
Chiloquin
Jeule Robin, diilgllter of Mr.
and Mr, ill Kobln of Huraifue
lliver. and l.orentlno "Bunny"
Welcr ol Uentty were married on
April 2d In Iteno. They were ac
companied by Mr. Weiaer timer
iid brother-in-law. Mr. and Mr,
fllmore "Ullly" Tuper.
Mr. Athel IVxier irpent Mother'
Dy week-end with her dauvhter,
l.lnda, who I a freshman at Oregon
Bute, college,
llcxve Marie Floyd, freahman at
Oregon College of Education at
Monmouth. ent the put week-end
at the Klamath Agency home of
her parent, Mr, and Mr. Edward
Kloyd.
Mr. Chailca Warren wa a Junior
Wrek-End guru of her niece.
Jeauetto Holloway, at the Unlveralty
of Oregon. They were Joined by two
other niece. Joene and Mary Mar
garet McEnroe, who are attending
jK-hool at Oregon Bute college and
nurne' training In Ualrm.
Mr. and Mr. John Acomb were
Thuraday evening dinner gueai of
Mr. nd Mra. Beth Dixon at their
fort Klamath ranch, a w Mr.
Joaephlne Weldmen of Oakland.
Calif,, a hoiue gueal of the Dixon.
Mr. Pred Mnrkwardt wa a gueat
of her daughter. Mra. Loyal Heath,
at a Mother Dny breakft given
In Klimatli rIU by Bet 8lgm
Phi.
Mr. Harry Whiting was on the
Ick llt on Thuraday but rejoined
the faculty a flrat grade ltutructor
on Friday.
Ann K. Bogart, tlie whittling
evaiiKelbit. began a aerie of ser
vices on May 11 at the Bible Stand
ard church. She will be preaching
locally for two week.
The Rev. and Mrs. E. W. Johnson
left on Friday for a ahort trip to
Northern Washington. Thev planned
to visit a church where they may
accept an appointment for the com
ing year. They returned the first of
tlie week.
Mr. D. M. Wright Is recovering
lowly from a nerlou attack of
pleurisy. Hhe ha been staying with
Mr. and Mra. Flovd Ohlea.
Mr. and Mr. Paul Johnson and
TRUCKS AND PICKUPS
FOR RENT
You Drlve-Lono, Short Trip
Move Yourself Save H
STILES' BEACON SERVICE
Phono 8304 1201 Eaat Main
LOCKERS
Pone 4007
FOOD
Hominy Qc
Wellmn Golden IH tin
Nucoa Ale Qlc
J Pound. 2 lb.
Pudding MPC IQc
Chocolate or Vanilla 3 pkf. I "
Tomato Soup OOc
Campbell' Reg. tin 3 tor
Crackers 9Rc
HI-IIo or Rlt lb. ctn. mmW
MEAT
DEPARTMENT
Top Sirloin Steak 7.
That good kind lb. uC
Fresh Country Sausage lb.39c
Large Dill Pickles, 3 for 10c
Tenderized Steaks ,r.
No fat, no bono lb. MC
Bacon, sliced ends, lb. 25c
Skinless Wieners . lb. 45c
Picnic Hams Morrell lb. 47c
Bob
Drewten
Gene Herndon
BUSINESS
Q
th ud to train thion
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their youiutcr children sixtit the
week-end In Allura, Calif.
A three-day gueat of Mr. and Mr.
Bert Albert wa Harry Van Dyke of
Ashland, retired businessman, for
merly of Klamath Palls.
John Former of Uorrls wa a
Chiloquin visitor this past week
end. Mother'! Day week - end guest
were John Erlckaon and Harold We-
tin. who recently moved to Dlllard,
ure.
Mr. and Mr. Merle 8lmpson and
Mr. and Mr. Dale Btroud of Mr-
Cloud, Calif., are guest this week of
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Holt of Wil
liamson River.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Benson of El
Monle, Calif., were eected guest
of Mr. and Mr. Jerry Reed. They
were to arrive thl Wednesday. Fred
Reed, who has been with hi brother
end family for several weeks, I
returning to the Lo Angeles dls
trlct thl week.
Week-end camper were Mr. and
Mr. 0le Klddenour of Modoc
Point. Mr. and Mr. Les Hobsck of
Pine Ridge and Mr. and Mra. Lloyd
Peter.
Boniu Lockhart, Fred Fletcher
and Paula Albert, all of Klamath
Fall, were Sunday guest of Paula's
parent. Mr. and Mr. Bert Albert.
The 13th birthday of Charles Ruff
wa ceieomtea by a dinner party
given by hi mother, Mr. Rusaell
Ruff. Quest of tlie evening were
Mr. nd Mr. Floyd Ohle and Mel-
vln. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Poltras, Billy
Sunday, Harry Wright. Mrs. Ruby
Ortls, Orvllle Wright, Marvin Isaac,
Mra. Ruby Wright and daughters
June and Judy, Richard Herrlngton
of Beatty and two friends of his, the
Andersons, Tiny Klmbol, Edna Mae
Ruff. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ruff and
Charles.
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LAWRENCE BI.ATIR INSURANCE
AOENCr
Lovely Slenderneu, A
Potteuion To Treasure
Lovtty, Sl.nder NOEL NEILL
Featured in Monogram Pictures.
Renown from coast-to-coast as
the perfect flavor touch to low
calorie menus, Hollywood Bread
also contribute nutrient neces
airy to the daily diet. Hollywood
Bread' luxurious golden-brown
toast blends perfectly with
weight-control sandwiches.
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Thirty-One Students To
Get Diplomas At Tulelake
TULELAKR, May 1 Eleven
girl and 14 boy, three of them In
the service, will receive diploma
at commencement June i, It was
announced Thursday by Norman
Ksser, principal of the high school.
The graduation program will be
held as ususal In the auditorium of
the high school with Rev. David F.
Harnett Jr., of the Klamath Falls
Presbylrlan church, as commence
ment speaker.
Two girl member of the clan,
both with almoat perfect four-year
average, will deliver claa ad
dreaaea, Mary Robertson to be vale
dictorian and Patricia Klrkaey,
talutalorlan,
The claa will be presented by
Principal Esser and the diploma
probably handed to the graduates
by a member of the SI Ak I you Joint
high school board.
The senior and members of the
faculty are being entertained Sat
urday night at a dinner dance at
the Pelican party room In Klamath
Falls.
Peggy Taylor Is president of the
senior class and Louis Baker of the
juniors.
The graduates are Robert Blrt
wlatle, Holllce Janiel Boyd, David,
Lynn Crawford, LuRes Dahle,
Charles Walter Felts, Thomas El
mer Fish, Robert Edward Hannon,
Billy Lee Haley. Bill Mason Hayncs,
Patricia Louise Klrksey, Herbert
William Klrby. Carolvn Georgette
Kurtc, Earl Oilford Mllligan.
V .Lityi AND PLtNTY OF DELICIOUS (
VSTO WADHAMS- )
Y ISi3 AYlTrm &8S3sESim
as, as. C3 , i
3 GRAND PRIZES OF $500.00 EACH
and 70 other prizes
5 SCCOND PRIZES . . $250.00 EACH 10 PRIZES J50.00 EACH
5 THIRD PRIZES .... 100.00 EACH SO PRIZES 25.00 EACH
HINTS TO HELP YOU WIN .. .
e'just try fresher, crisper New Albers Corn Flakes I Yo'J kit many ideas
to help you complete your sentence. The only corn flakes made in the
West, Albers Corn Flakes reach you at their "oven fresh" best. The only
triple-wrapped corn flakes (a sealed wax inner beg, a cardboard carton,
an outer wax wrap), Albers Corn Flakes retain their delightful crispness
and flavor longer. Read the Albers Corn Flakes package for other ideas.
Oet a Package of Albers Corn Flake one) Infer This Contest Todayl
CONTIIT lUlltl RaddmH of thm italta of
Wellington, Oregon, California, Montana,
Idaho, Utah, N.voda and Arizona may torn
pat, axcapt mployM of Albrl Milling Com
pony, CornaHon Company, tti.lr adv.rtliing
agancy, end thalr foaillloa. The contait U
ubct to alt fadaral end Mat rtgulaHoru.
Complst Hill Hntsnc In 30 additional wordi
9 Isui "I Ilk Albert Corn Flakot bocaui.
, . ." Print row entry or writ plainly, an on
fid of a plain shoot of papr. Print your
nam and addreu on ach ntry.
Moll to So 3039, Albsn Corn rloksa, Dopt. N,
Saorllo, Wothington, with th wordl "Money
Sock Ouorontoo" cut from any lizo Alban Corn
Beatrice Jean Moore, Joseph El
mer Mauch, Mary Rosellen Robert
son, Dennis Daualne Schwelgert,
Dorothy Jean Shepherd, Betty
Jane Hlrzak. William Horace Stew
art, Helen Jean Stoddard, Chester
Junior Htonecypher, Peggy Marie
Taylor, Ralph Theodore Yordy Jr.,
George Meier Yost, Caroline Fran
ces Zlabek, Marvin Duane Brown,
Ribert Ralph Powell and Frederic
James Moore, Delbert Maxwell Lep
lev Jr., and Albert Lyle Mitchell,
all In the service.
OREGON CAVES OPEN
MEDFORD. May 16 (Pi The
Oregon Cave national monument
will open to the public tomorrow
for the summer season. The Crater
Lake park service, which super
vise the operation. ald overnight
accommodation, a dining room,
coffee shop and guide service would
be available.
For buying, selling, trdlng, use
The Herald nd Newt Want Ad
for quick results.
SEWING MACHINE
REPAIRING
Easarl. ';rol Work
(All Hakxl
Rra.eaabla prlo.i rrt E.IUnalM
Sewing Machine Service
To.r fn..B.nl lla.l.r
ebon 4771 all BbMU Way
Plakoi package Inror th. contoit as often a
you like, but each entry mutt bo accompanltd
by the wordt "Money Sack Guaranttt" from
an Albert Corn Flakot package. Contort opont
May 1, 1947. Intriol mutt bo rocoivod not
lator than midnight, July 7, 1947.
(ntrlat will b Judged on orlglnollly, uniqut
nau and aptnou of your ttattmtnt. Judges'
deciiion will be final. Duplicate prim will
b. awarded In cat of rloi. No entry .will bo
returned. Entrlot, contantt and Ideal becom
th property af Albon Milling Company.
All winners will b notified by moil. A torn
pitta list of winntn will bo available after
Augur) 15, 1947.
THIS CONTEST IS EASIER TO WIN
RESIDENTS OF ONLY 8 WESTERN STATES AAAY ENTER
tt
HKRAI.D NEW, Klaiaalk F.1U, Or.
Teamsters Call
Mass Meeting
PORTLAND, Ore.. May 16 m
A PL teamster called a mas meet
ing for tonight to discus the next
move In a dispute that ha tied up
68 drayage and warehouse firm
here.
Employers rejected their latest
proposal for ending the strike a
proposal that an employer spokes
man said would have given the
teamster a 1 dally Increase retro
MALLORY'!
Merrill-Lokeview Jet,
SPECIALS FOR SAT,
HEY KIDS!
CAP PISTOLS AND CAPS! SPARKLERS AND
FIRECRACKERS!
Coke and 7-Up
Carton of ( - 25c
Tomato Juice Large -,. 19c
Fresh Cherries D.rW ,na ,WMi, lfc. ... 19c
No. 1 Shatter Spuds . .. . 5 Lb 23c
New Peas 2 Lbfc 25c
Roasting Ears
Graham Crackers
Tangerine Juice
HARDWARE
Canvas Damt
"Pretro" Cooken
"Notional" Pressure Cookers
GE Electric Clocks
Ice Picks
Eagle Woter Bags
Separators I Large
1 Royal Blue International
MEAT DEPARTMENT
Leg o" Lamb
-A" Grade. Lb.
Lamb Shoulder Roast .T"c,t
Beef Pot Roast
"A"
Pure Pork Sausage
Fresh Ground Beef Lb.
Lunch Meat Assorted. Lb.
Fryers
Fresh Dressed, Colored. Lb.
Hens
Fancy Colored. Lb.
OPEN EVERY DAY
How To Inter
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PRIDAT. May 1. 1I4T, Far lima)
active to March 1, plug another 10
cent dally Increase In September.
The spokesman, J. M. Bcudder,
said employer were not willing to
oner more man wi cent
KIRBY
a m .jama '
vacuum Cleat) v:)
Lifetime Gtiarantk) ' '
Free Demonstration
Telephone 9200
MARKET
Telephone 4620
SUN. & MON.
3 , 25c
2 l 25c
Dr. Phillip. No. t ....
DEPARTMENT
A Few Left!
$13.93
$18.85
... $5.95
.....15c
... $1.45
$69
Used less than a month $59
55c
44c
39c
39c
35c
40c
Grade. Lb.
Lb.
55c
39c
This Simple, hrty Contest ;
Sin ply Unkk Mm amfsm, t
Ilk. Albw Cera Mokat b
am ..." ts JO addMmal
t writ) ptalnly. .
M oiw ltd f
plain plet of
papr. Print your
nam and compi-e J '
addreu til each mr
Cut tht word "Money Back
OwaranW' fron ny tin
Albort Corn Flalun podtoflt.
Mail entry and ward "Matw
Sack Guarantee" to BOX
3039, AlBERS COIN FIAKIS,
DEPT. N, SEATTLE, WASH.
INOTON. Snd at many
-ntriot ai you Ilk, but n
slot Hi word "Money Sack
Oaarant" with IACH
ENTRY.
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