Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, May 24, 1947, Page 3, Image 3

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    WEATHER
Oltsuokl--arily sliiuilr today, to
Right ml Sunday bill I'lolldy In Watt
urlldii auiulav Willi ilrUitla and fn
naar ciMlt. CiHilpr III wa.l imrtluii tiMlay,
Warmr At tuslir .lavafiona lunlslit.
t'nolar In vallav. weal imrllini Nunilay,
Osttll. t muilsrata inilhw.al wlndi
0(1 lioaal.
V I 1 1 o r Ormivllln "Uinllly"
Bnillh, who wa lino with Urn city
polka Icirco mid ulsu opi'inlcd tlio
Klamath Aniliiilimco Hvrvlra prior
to Itn Hid III lliunltl l'ly, paid l Unit
lo Kluiniitlt rails thin Wfi'k-oiiU
from liln himia In CikiuiIId wlui lu
1 now working Willi I.iiiiiIits unit
llnliruw Llllnlirr roinpnny. "ciinllly"
U visiting III SlSlKr-lll-laW, Mrs,
Ilfulllra Di'WItl, 3MII Applrilnlo.
Mm. Hinltli in now in Imi Aiigrlr
for lirr linillli. the Hinllh k-nvliiK
hern hint yi-ur for Hint iuroiiti.
Hinllh ailvlsml Iiv hiul sIhiiihI up lor
civil mm vice rimy on Okinawa mill
! walling (or word front the drpurl
moiii. ( onilltluii Hume Utile rliunuc
was rcportrd by hospital aiithiirltii
III the condition ol l'l-yeiir-old Uor
olhy Dial, ai N. 'lilt, critically III
jui til lit ml automobile lUTlilnnt
Wi'dnekdiiy lit iniilniiiht. Mis Dial
Imd innjor mnuery at IllHslila
'Uiursrtay mid Ivr hurts were loiincl
lo lie wrlniu. Hht Alio hns multiple
prlvln Irarlurrs, lliirolil Cruwfiird
Jr., ChMXlyrar employe who admitted
being driver o( the cur. In ul liberty
on tllKXI bull. No ailloit will be
taken Immedlulely. peinhiiit the uut
coiim of Mis Dial's rondlllon.
1 NMt -There will be mi hnKr
tmil meetlnii ol the electronic war
lure company ol the nuvitl renerve
at the admlnlstialUm building at the
aliHirt un Monduy evening. All
member of the electronic group
aie uiged lu bo present since order
have been received lor the In
dividual member mid will be dis
tributed at that lime. Meeting lime
I et at 7:30.
Council lo Meet The Klamath
Kail Council of Church Women will
meet at 2 p. in. Monday. May 26.
lu the Halvallon Army heuiliiuarlers
for oieu house. The council will
hear a special pnwium featuring
Major W. Konwall. who will peak
on Hiilvalinn Army actlvllle and
how member through the building.
Ilarel Morrison 1 president of the
council.
Heart Kurgery Mr mid Mm.
Pearson led Ureal rail by plane
last ttumtay for Minneaoll, Mum.,
where hc hd a heart oerallon.
May 22. Word ha been received
by her mother that the operation
wan a hucccm and alio It doing well.
Mm. Pearson In the former III Mae
Pucketl of Klamath Kail.
Building llnuara-Two five-room,
modern, two-bedroom home are
under coiutrucUon on Die Home
land tract on the Merrill highway.
Hii'ldrr In K. K l)iunhoo. Kliimath
Kail contrarior, who cupcei lo oc
cupy one. Moth will lie completed
by mld-nummer.
lo New Vurk - Hciml'ir Miirhnll
Cm lint of Kliiinuth Kail and Un ir
KIHrl'lue of Adel will leave by
, iriitollner from Hun Francisco
Hunday lo atiend Ihe Hhrlne con
vention In Atlantic City. They will
be gone about 10 day.
Degree of Honor There will be a
regular meeting of the Degree of
Honor In the KC hall. Monday at S
p. m , and all officer and members
of Ihe glee club are asked to be
prenent for practice. Thin will be
the lat practice before lmeclloii.
VUlled Mr. mid Mm. Wesley
Howard of Los Anuclr visited till
week with Mm. Howard' slater. Mm
Wlllard Meulck, Kill Kadcllffe. and
brother, Clifton Christian, 423 Up
ham. The Howard Irfl Saturday
morning.
Name Daughter Mr. and Mm.
William S. Ulll. 1005 Haliiey, have
named their Infant daughter Terrlll
.leun. Mm. Clill and the baby left
Klumalh Valley hospital Thursday
for their home.
Art Association All person In
terested In Die formntlon of an art
association In Klamath Falls are In
vited to attend an orgaiilMiiloiial
meeting In the parish hall of HI.
Paul Episcopal church, 81 h and
Jefferson, Tuesday at 7:30 p. nt.
Majur Hurgery Mrs. Cliff Ras
nuisseii of 3311 Dnrrnw. has re
covered from major surgery at Kla
math Valley hospllal and Is now at
her home.'
League to Meet Tho foreign re
lation group of the League of
Women Voter will menl at the
homo uf Mr. V. W, Fyimk, 4DIH
Crosby, Monday, May iltl, at 7:40
p. in. The league latest film,
"Hconoinle for Hvcryone," will be
shuwn by J. V. LaClalr, director of
aiidlu-visiuil education In the Klam
ath Palls schools, and Mr, Webb
Uowen will lead the discussion. All
Interested women In tho city are
Invited to attend, and a spedoj In
vitation la extended to those living
III the Ht. I'Yuni'is piirk area. The
film luis reduced the subject of
economic to It simplest form, and
Illustrate the disastrous result of
housewife' purchase of the wrong
article at tho wrong time.
New Kcrrctury llurbiirn. Torrey,
I Oil's Pine, started work at (he
AAA office Wednesday a secretary
for Juincs West. Hlie ha been
working for Htandartl cleaner
while attending business school.
Itelurn Home Mr. Once KlltiX
hammer. Ht. fraud apartment,
has returned from Conrad, Mont,
Mho ha been at the bedside of her
daughter who was seriously III the
pust seven week.
Malur Hurgery Mm. Joe Thorp.
IIHIA Hummer lane, had malor sur
gery at Hillside hnsiillal NMurrtiv
morning. Mr. Tlioro I with Ihe
Klamath flower shop.
Medical Care Mrs. Kalman Pell
of Modoc Point I receiving medical
care at Klamath Valley hospital.
Improving H. U. Arant, Dairy
rancher who suffered a fractured
leg May 17 at his home, was able to
leave Kliimath Valley hospital Fri
day for Ills residence.
Home Mm. R. K. Hlmons and In
fant daughter JoVaiighna. left Kla
math Valley hospital Thursday for
their home, 140 Hillside.
Leave Hospital Mrs. Donald
Harris of Merrill returned to he."
Iiome Thursday with her Infant
daiifihtcr.
Malin Holds
Graduation
MALIN. May 34 Commence
ment exercise for 13 Malm high
school senium was held In the
Broadway theatre Thursday eve
ning with the address given by
l-con Mulling of Houthern Oregon
College of Education.
Oruduate were. liny Anderson.
Dorothy Ixxislcy, ilurbara Hrndrlx,
Gilbert Klnkle. Larry Johnson.
Mary liuih liay, Dorothy Llnilsey,
Paul McCulley, John linker, John
Hnundera. Darlene Orlffllh, Andy
Fields and ICrnest Arnold.
T h e processional. "Coronation
March." was played by Ihe school
band directed by Harold Howe and
oiiened the exercises. Another num
ber bv the band, "The Htar flpan
gled Banner," wa followed by the
Invocation by the Rev. Glenn A.
Morton. The salutatory address was
given by I-arry Johnson followed
bv the presentation of the senior
class gift by Paul McCulley. presl
dent. Acceptance wa msdc bv Con
McAuhtfe. president-elect. Horl
ton" by the band wa followed bv
Mulling' address, "Ixait. a Pot of
CJold." The high nchool girls ex
teiie sang "Gold and Silver" and
"When Dav Is Done." directed bv
Normii Petrasek. Announcements
and awards were given by A. E.
Hireet. suiierlnleiidcnt, and follow,
ed by preseniallon of diplomas by
County Bchool Superintendent Har
old A. Ashley.
Dorothy UkmIcv, valedictorian of
the class.' save the valedictory ad
dress asMhe program closed with
bcnrdlrtlcm by Rev. Morton follow
ed by the band' recessional.
New President
Inaugurated
8KATTLE. May 34 i4V-Dr. Ray
mond B. Allen, a physician and
edujator. who took over the reins
at the University of Washington
severol month ago. will be formally
Inaugurated as the university's pres.
Idem at an Impressive ceremony to
dav. Well known leader In science,
business and education have been
here for the past two davs nartlcl
paling In forums as a prelude to
the Inaugural ceremonies.
University officials estimate there
will be 7S0 educators, civic leaders,
public officials, scientists, army and
navy officers and diplomat at the
ceremony. About 30 universities,
college and learned societies will
be represented officially.
The principal speaker will be
Dr. Robert Gordon Sproul. presi
dent of the University of California.
Queen Sends
Letter Here
Queen for u Duy Cluy Williamson
whoso spectacular visit to the Kliim
ath basin two weeks ugu captured
tho fancy uf residents, expressed
her thank and aumlriillon of the
area In a loiter to the Kluiuiith
County chamber ol commerce,
which wa received till week.
lyuci'ii Uuy stuted that, although
It had been her flint trip to Klamalh
county, It would not be her lust. Of
Klumalh Falls, she said, "U I nut
only that It 1 the center of some
of the must beautiful scenery I have
ever encountered It Is, I think, thai
Klumalli Full, more thuii any other
town 1 know, expresses the true
moaning of "cuinmuulty spirit."
Her highness re-llved In the letter,
all the "wonderful" happenings of
her fuur-day reign, thanking each
and every uiaiVKiuui wno nau
helped make her visit so pleasant.
Her letter ends, "I can think of
no greater honor limn to be con
Ideiod a real Klainulhlle."
kliiiiiiilli Flying Jews
Moose Meet
Here In July
Klamalh Falls will be host city at
the lath annual Oregon HUM
Moose conference, July 10 to 13, In
elusive. Dclcgute from the follow
ing lodge will be present, Portland,
Cottage Grove, Corvallls, Halem, Eu
gene. Bend, Redmond, Tillamook,
Marshfleld, Astoria. Ht. Helen,
Rainier, Albany, Medford and Mer
rill. The conference will be the
largest attendance In the history of
the Oregon Htate Moose association,
those In charge said today.
Member directing convention ac
tlvllle are G rover B. Leach, chair
man; Alrlck Nyback, general chair
man: John Ouest. housing chair
man; Amosa A. Wilkinson, music;
Curl Colvln. fellowshlo; W. C.
Hooer. publicity; Dave Sergenl and
Lawrence Weinberg, ritual; E. E.
Bennrr and N. H. Hepburn, Moose
breakfast.
Legion of the Moose activities will
be In charge of Clyde Thompson,
Victor Vasak, Cup V'rbeck. Rav
Van Meter and N. B. H'oburn and
held the first duy, July 10.
752 X-Rays Token
Durinq Program
LAKEVIEW, Mav 34 A total of
& v u.hm I if mii In III tnhftr.
culos's survey here lust Thursday
ana rriaay, u was antiouiircu un
week by Mrs. Mitchell Stephens.
i.ifM,t nt ft,, lr CTiilllltV Mftalth
association which sponsored the X-
ray nere.
of Iheae. about 365 were school
children, while the other were
adults. A year ago there were only
360 X-ray made altogether.
Final Convention
Of FOE Held
LAKEVIEW. May 34 The final I
convention of district six. Fraternal
Order of Eagles was held here the
past week-end. May 17 and 18. with
more than 400 visiting and local
members attending.
Present for this occasion were
Worthy Stale President Marvin L.
shepherd of Klumath Polls. Worthy
the second congressional district of
Medford, Worthy Btsto Conductor
Webb ly of Bend, and Jack Henry
of Klamath Palls, chairman of the
state organlMtlon board.
A firtman't training
fits him to efficiently do
hit work, with full r
ipecr for your property.
However, damage can
not always ba avoided.
Planned Fire Insurance
coven such damage.
JODI SANOMEYER
C tOMtMSN AlslNCI
INSURANCE
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ITISITORS WELCOME
I A'lT far Kvtnlnn, Sundays
Cist ri..n I'lsnla
Nuraart Black
Mack Itals
Klamath Flower Shop
ISM . sis GrOOnhoUICI rhona s:i.is '
RAY BLAND
IS NOW OPERATING THE
Signal Oil Station
v At 46S1 So. 6th
Lubrication Tire Repair
Mechanical Work
Open Every Day 6:30 a. m. to 10 p. m.
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We are pleased to announce that we have added icveral pieces of equipment
to our mnttresa department and now have the most complete mattresi plant In
southern Oregon.
Our Ganiett machine for re-felting and Droll roll edge machine are exclusive
In Soulhorn Oregon and Northorn California.
We can convert your cotton mattress into a high quality innersprlng for the
amazine low price ol
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Converted mattress wilt contain much more felt than most
factory-made mattresses.
Ia your present innersprlng In good condition? We can restore U to new
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New innersprlng mattresses and box spring constructions built any size.
ONE-DAY SERVICE
Free Pickup and Delivery Service
CALL 4362
All our work li guaranteed and our well equipped plant Is located right here
in Klamath Falls to back this guarantee up.
HOWIE BROS.
Breakfast Hop
Breakfast In the hangar or out on
the apron, dependhik on weather,
will be served at the airport this
Sunday at a.m.
Klamath air search and rescue
unit will be host to 4A pilot flying
in from fieamoua, ncuu anu I'rlne
villa and to local pilot at the break.
last, The Redmond group Is ex-
Two Vacancies
At Annapolis
Conarcssman Lowell Stockman
ha announced that he will have
two vacancies at the U. 8. naval
academy at Annupoll. Md . to be
filled with boy from Ihe second dis
trict of Oregon for the class begin
ulnar July 1, IMS. The selection of
nominee will be conducted bv the
civil service commission on competi
tive examinations to be held July
31, 1847.
Applicant must be resident of
Bute Vice President A. E Lucas of
Oregon and should be hlch school
seniors, or graduates of hlnh school,
or college students, and hi perfect
physical condition.
Candidates for the naval academy
must be not less than 17 year of
sue nor more than 21 years of see
on April first of the calendar year
1 040 In wh'ch they enter the naval
academy unless the candidate has
com Dieted one year of honorable
service In anv of the armed forces
of the United Rules durlnt World
War II. In which case he may en'er
the academy If he Is nt more thin
23 year of on Anrl first of 'he
calendar year In which he enter the
naval academv.
All boys who are Interested and
auahfled should write Immediately
to Congressmen 'oweP Rtokmin,
House Office bulldlnir. Washington,
D. C. o they may receive addition
al Information and be admitted to
the examination.
peeled to take off from Robert field
at 0:30 a.m.
Volunteer help for serving the In
formal meal la needed and those
willing to help should be at the air
port early Hunday.
There will be a meeting of the air
search and rescue unit following
breakfast.
Rocket Plane rile Over
A rocket plane flying at 36.000
feet, at an Indicated speed of HBO
mile per hour, shot over Klamath
Fall Friday afternoon. The pilot
communicated with the CAA tower
as he passed over, reporting his des
tination a Tacoma, Wash., where
h expected to land In 40 minute.
Several call were received at The
Herald and New regarding the
plane, which was first noticed by a
vapor plume coming from It. This
plume Is caused by the great speed
of the plane, airmen said. The craft
wa recognized a a rocket from Its
fast flliila, "like It wo shot from a
gun." and It peculiar noise, "en
tirely unlike other aircraft," de
scribed a a "soft whoosh."
Landing Light
Latest Improvement at the Klam
ath airport Include an additional
blinker light, insulted at the end of
the runway this week.
Four-day Territory
Gene Durant. one of the owners
of Lakeland Flying service, made a
four-day trip over the territory cov
ered by the company, In an Ercoupe
tin week. From Klamath Fulls he
went to Alturas, Canby and Adln,
and returned by Alturas, Lakevtew,
arriving at Klamath Fall Wednes
day. Durant took off again Thursday
morning for Twin Falls, Ida., and
returned Friday.
Strange Craft
Besides every variety of private
aircraft, passenger planes and even
Jet-propelled Job, a "Navy Boat" or
PB-Y wa seen over Klamath Falls
Friday. It circled the city several
times and then went on without
landing or communication. '
Shuter Found
Not Guilty
Richard Carl Shuter of Crescent
wa found not guilty of malicious
destruction of property by a circuit
court Jury yesterday afternoon. He
had been on trial for three days.
The Jury took the case at 11:46
a, m. and relumed IM verdict at i
p. m. Only one ballot wa taken by
the Juror and It wa said to have
resulted In a 10 to 2 vote for ac
quittal.
! Shuter had been Indicted for
shooting Into a car with a rifle at
Crescent nearly a year ago. He was
defended by Attorney A. C. Yaden.
15 Graduate
At Chiloquin
CHIIXXJUIN, May 24 On Thurs
day evening, May 22. IS student
were graduated from Chiloquin high
acuoui in a commencement program .
which featured Phil Hitchcock of
Klamath Fall a speaker. In a
thought-provoking, Interesting and .
rlfVr tnllr If t h .-.wl nnln.ul a,, '
the development of horizons through
the age. This I the most favored j
of nations and young people have '
Innumerable opportunities. '
The program of the evening was '
saAi.p a. wawa. Kisasata rail. Ore. satiiboav, Mar . iwt, Para Tkm
as follows: processional, Ann McKell;
Invocation, the Rev. E. W, Johnson:
ssluutory address, Bonnie Olenger:
glee club selection "Star Oust" and
"Perfect Day"; commencement ad
dress, Phil Hitchcock; presentation
of class gift, Richard Flury, senior
class president; acceptance of gift,
Jack Jones, student body president
elect: presentation of Robert Musk
rat Memorial trophy to Jean Mc
Kell; PTA cup presentation to Mary
Monks; presentation of class, D. L.
Miller, principal; presentation of
diploma, J. s. Monks; benediction,
the Rev. James Zeller.
Receiving diplomas were Dean
Barker, Bertha Corson Stevens.
Marie Joyce DuBola, Jayne Flury,
Richard Flury, Bonnie Olenger,
Dean Oreear, Ruth Johnson, Oleta
Mathls, Duane Matt, Remo Mlnato,
Mary Monks, Elene Pohll, Oeorgla
Prlebe, Don Wimer. Motto of the
class wa "We Finish To Begin."
Classified Ada Btn Results
NOTICE
Anyone having garment! on
consignment or lay - away,
please call for tame before
June 1st, 1947.
Closing Out
Clothes Mart
The
lei Sooth 9th
ATTENTION
Lake o' Woods
Home Owners
I am doing spring painting al
the Lake. Have your eabla or
roof painted now.
PHONE 7780
After P. M.
FIRRH
LAKEVIEW. May 34 Within the
past week fire destroyed three
homes In the vicinity of Lakevlaw,
The A. R. Hubble home In West
aide burned last Friday morning,
the J. o. Young home In Valley
Falls, Monday night, and the A. R,
Sllnson home In Now Pine Creek.
Friday night.
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One eye-filling glance will tell you
that here's the clean-lined beauty
and hint-of -tomorrow look that will
cue the trend of car design for many
seasons to come.
But just wait till you get this beauty
in motion, and you'll know why
folks are saying there's nothing on
wheels to match it.
That bonnet's not broad and
haughty for looks alone; it's brim
filled with power the satin-smooth
power of Buick's big Fireball
straight-eight engine.
-even stan
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You get this in any Buick. But you
get something more in the one
pictured here.
Its snug top shelters you at the
touch of a finger. Its door windows
and even its front seat are power
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And thanks to the magic of Buick's
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silence such as Convertibles have
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In other words, here's style and
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That means, of course, that it takes
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