Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, May 26, 1947, Page 5, Image 5

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vrf uuaai.
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elnudy luilay anu lua.ilay. heal
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mihl Umtr luulli.ilr wlnilt. Ilialt lo.
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Willi law liul aliuwmi Waal ixirtlun
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altiruit In iiuiunlem., mola I""
linn today ll ' I""""" iueaiiay,
anile Hi muUnrale auulliarly wind ml
tue.l.
tamp I'laiia-Ulll Park ul ihe
MCICIIIIUII MIlU WWl UIVUUIIII 01
Uig I'muuml ollitc ol tin U. .
lurral service, was al l"u
Woou today lu look ovor ins cump
lie ul tno (Jul Dtuuut anu Uwiip
Mro Ulna, Willi executive ol Uulii
OI"gliniUlHjn, Hi HUVIaC Oil IICCU-
aiy iiiipiovenicnui mid poMiule
ciimiuiuii ol me eitc,
lilt (li Announced Aiihouiunueul
ha been inline timl Mi. nd
Hurry Lehigh ol Dover, '., mo Hie
parent ol n diiuunlor uuru May 4.
Mr, r-ehiu-h l Hi" daughter ol Mr.
mm Mia. liinenl l.uraou ol Klmiiutll
t--t.Ua. mul UHlBli lormerly
tloueU hero l Uie naval all alnlioii.
They have imiucd lliclr daughter
Hwmino Louis.
Initialed -Uu Umli of 3.1(6 Al
Unioiit initialed Into lleta
eliaplrr ol Delia 'Uu Rho frater
nily recently. Tlio Imtenilty t
chapter ol Lewi mid Clerk eollriie
l l'oitlahd which ha been cztcncl
d to Vauporl Extension college
here Lcmiro I Hudciit
Uhsrlffs Vmt Tlie ellierUi
PuM will hold a mretlim l 7:30
tonight Hi the Wlllard hotel. Pln
fur the Memorial Day parade, mid
Ihe poeAe appcarani-e et Mecllord
ll be dlacuNtrd. All Humbert mt
uiged to attend.
Junior Legion Baseball player
mi Coiner dialrlrl are culled tor
p. m. today al Coiner field tor try
uuui mid practice lor American L
gloil junior baaeball. Ernie Bishop
will coach Uio Conger Mam.
No KUh Ray Uclzer, Clair Jones
and Tom Edward, left Baturday
for a fulling trip t Wickiup, and
went from there lo Odell lake Bun
day, but caught no full.
Aulgned Pvt. Wayne A. flix
iimmoiia. on of Mr. Uledya Kel
lum. SKUS Radcllff, haa completed
baaic training and la being awlgned
lo occupation lroo. He entered
the aervlce Marcii 'il, 17.
rail Malroni Mm. O. L. Har
vey, Mr. Oliver Bplker, Mr. W. J.
Bteinmeu and Mr. Lorraine Mvert
will be hoaleaua at a I o'clock
luncheon for the Aloha Put Ma
tron club in the Maonlc temple,
Wednesday, May 3.
later Vliila Mr. Herlha Vm
eant, of Ban Juan BallMa, Calif.,
la vllung her uier, Mr. Cleorge
Orlmle, IIJ7 Jefferaon. Mr. Vliu-rul
I a former reiulenl of Klamath
Pall, but ha not been here for a
number of year.
Drtti Prr lire Women Of the
Mooae will hold drill practice at
I.JO tonight, Monday, In the Mooae
hall. All officer and eacorta are
urged to attend In order lo prac
tice for Memorial Day aervlce.
Meeting Changed The Mt. Lakl
Idiea Aid will meet Thureday, In
lead of Wednenday a previously
announced, at the home of Mr.
A. R. Campbell.
1-R Club The 3-fl club will meet
t 1:30 p. m. Tuesday at the home
of Lillian Peteraon, 1436 Bummer
lane.
Near Home Mr. and Mn. C, O.
De Vore have rented their home on
Adam and have purehaied another
one at 1150 Arthur, where they are
living now.
Hunt Return Dr. and Mr. War
ren Hunt have ul returned from a
Iwo-week trip to California.
Willi I'are iila-Mi'. and Mr. R.
L. Would! mid buby ton Mlchnel,
arrived from Tnooma lunt week, and
are vUHIiig Willi her parent, Mr.
and Mr. William Wlc, m Lin
coin. They iilun to stay until about
June 10, when they will go lo Cor
valll where Woratcll pliui to at
tend Oitkoii Hluie college uininor
aeaaiou. He Im Jiinl been relcuwu
from the U. b, army.
Vlallor Mr, licit BchulU and
two duiighler, Mm.' Wlllluin Kti
muiMon, (l.oli Hcliiillzi. mid Iwo-year-Dld
Ciiuriid Kdinuiuoii, mid
Uurbma Hchullr., were vlaltoi till ,
week-end ni the home of Mr. Byl
via MiClrllnlid, 334 Jpfferoii. 'Iho
four left for their home lu Bun June,
Calif.
father Pauea Mr, f'ruiik Uar
dlnler fulher died III Portlnnd Fri
day night. Uhe had gone up )ul
week lo be with him when the
heurd that he wax III, and will re-,
mnln until funeral arrangement ,
are concluded.
Varallon Over Nell Reed return
ed Haluiduy from a vacation trip
of two week III California, vultlng
In 1'nnadriia and Bun Kranclaco.
Hlie re.-ildra at 312 Mt Klnlry, and I
employed a a .i!cwomn al
Long t.
Hreu Itehraraal There will be a
drew reheeraal of the bugle auxili
ary drum curpa tonight, Monday, al
1. Practice will be at Modoc field,
or In cae of rain. In the lower KOE
hall. All member are reminded lo
bring tlielr tlacka.
Auxiliary Meeting There will be
a meeting of the Kuglea auxiliary at
6 p. m. Tueaday, In the lower POE
liall. Potluck aupiier will be aerved.
Farm Bureau The Henley farm
bureau center will meet al 6 p. m.
Wednesday, In the Henley grange
hall. All farmer aro welcome.
HoJournera The Bolourner club
will meet Wednexlny, May 28, al !
i:o p. m, at uie wiiiarti lor oui
neaa and election of officer, fol
lowing luncheon at 12:30.
Youth Faces
Fire Charge
Leonard Donald Springer, 13, of
Worden, waa arrested by alale po
lice Sunday morning for throwing
firecracker from Uie parking place
on Ihe lookout point at Moore park.
Officer ld they aw Springer
and two companion throwing the
cracker Into Under-dry brush and
tree which might easily have been
tct on fire.
Springer will appear at Justice
court Uu alternoon on the charge
of throwing firecracker from a
highway. The state law prohibit
ing the throwing of lighted mate
rial cover the offense, police said,
and warned that similar case will
be vigorously prosecuted.
Clarence William of the suite
forestry department, made a fur
ther alatemcnl promising proxecu
tton of all cases In which person
throw lighted material In Uie fire
season, which I now under way.
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ISITORS WELCOME
A'iv Tat. Craalnis, SunSaya
Cat riawsra riaala
Narsary Hark
Mack
Klomoth Flower Shop
am Greonhouiai rs.at tm
PS ALL
' ) LIFE
a INSURANCE
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"Good"
under tht
SUN
PAUL A. LEE
Phone 7777 731 Main fit.
SUN LIFE OF CANADA
CARD OF THANKS
We wish lo express our alncere
appreciation to those whose kind
word and deeds were such a com
fort to us during our recent be
reavement. MRS. R. O. 8HORT
AND FAMILY.
Classified Ada Bring Results.
A V. S. GOVERNMhNT BUKKAU
REPORTsnnoiincei ihediicovery of
new tannio acid treatment for ivy, oak
and sumac poisoning. The treatment
hu been found excellent j it is gentle
and aafe, dries up the blintrra in sur
prisingly short lime oden within 21
hours. These government findings are
incorporated in the new product
IVY-DRY
At your drnattnrr, 59r.
rrrewr . tr irr cn., umm, . I.
I iinrt4H4 irirA iny f,rnMiMI ifnuantiu
by "Butch"
OUT In the Johnson Packing
Ce.' feed lot today 60 teer
B, gate sadly Into the horlson
southward.
There are big sally tear In the
13 eve 150. of Ihoae 60 a leer
60, today, beeauae a man who
ha been more than a mother
la them has gone to California
In his Dlmbafs special Chrys
ler. He I Krt Johnson, the owner of
thl continuous food festival.
And In hi kip he ha a cheek
for plenty of fetus made out lo
one Loyd Nicholson, of Fort
Klamath, whleh he will cheer
fully hand over to that gentle
man for Ihe classical atcrra In
the WeU They'll make fitting
playmate for the 60 steer 60,
In The Johnson Packing Co.
feed-lot now. and they will soon
be as devoted lo Ihe Boss.
Is It any wonder that almost
any housewife you ask will tell
vou that The Palace Market
iia the finest meat In lawn?
We have the best meat In start
with, and we properly process
and age It so that It arrives on
vour table at no increase In
coat fit for a King.
Compare our price and you
will find some market charging
a much and even more for non
(iovernmrnt Graded meat, which
means It I poor quality.
Choice straits and roast from
OUR tuperb beef are ready for
your selection at 9 a. m. The
boy are rescly to serve you
In fresh aprons and with sharp
ened knives with Bob In com
mand. They are a handsome
platoon of experienced, courte
ous meatmen. Get to knoWthem
by name Rob, Eddie, Loyd.
"Peanuts" and Jack.
If you don't know nlready you
will anon realise Thai's why
they say It pay to SHOP
1'ALAt'K. 524 Main.
P. 8. Gertrude Slrln would
probably aay, "60, 60, 60, 60
steers, steers, steers, steers, not
quite 60, 60, 60, 60, quite 60."
But not mel No, sir,
stoiu houJV rA.
9.30
A.
laORITIHI-EIUID
MIMUJIWM
Now' the time to hop and save at Penney'i! We're clearing the decks of all Spring merchandise to make room, for Summer
stocks . . . Grand buys for eyery member of the family . . . Come early! Don't miss this mammoth event!
F0H DUilGET-MINDEI) J1EN! S AVI u SF0 tt LA DIES! iuuimi momeiiakeu;
. .'.ksLj,aX.sLL... I Ah . ,)i3.i. -, ' y ft , -ifmi m,l"'ft i riirri-imn nfiii t imn f iifo.ii iial n uunri.nrt.ii - n' . ' rfr r f'1l
Men's Plaid Sport Shirts
New plaids! Neatly tailored shirts with long
sleeves. Hsnforlird fabrics. Illur, tan and
green. Hmall, medium, large.
Topflight Dress Shirts
Assortment of colors! Hsnforlird cotton
dress shirts, soft collar, full cut, neatly
tailored. Htrlped pattern. Site M'i-11.
Men's Leather Jackets
2
1
Genuine leather garment, plaid lined.
Full cut for fit and comfort Several
style! Browns and black. Slse 36-46.
main ri.oo
14
75
in
Women's Head Squares
All rayon! Bright print, dark color with
sequin trim, and soft pastels. Neatly
bemmed and fringed edge.
Women's Bed Jackets
All wool! In soft pastel shade. A fine
quality bed Jacket Loose knit with tight
knit wrist Pink, blue or white.
50c
50c
Durable Umbrellas
A group of our finest umbrellas . . . plastics.
In print and plain colors. Water repellent
taffeta. In bright plaid. All hare ornamental
plastic handles.
main n.ooe
3
oo
Lace and Linen Scarfs
Beautiful fine lace dresser scarfs, rayon with open work
embroidery, pure linen with hand ) AA P
embroidery. Bern and white. at.W"aieW
Floral Print Tablecloths
Gay floral print! White background, neatly 400
bemmed. Large size, 51x66.
2(
Aluminum Cookie Sheet
Solid aluminum! Easy to clean. Approved
by "Good Housekeeping. lSHxlt
50c
mmwA
a sis- n f( . i i ire , .., at i i. tut
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ri ( X'AI
ml
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MEN'S TWEED SUITS
Fine quality all wool SttlU! Neatly
tailored. A good assortment of
colors! Plaids, check .and herring
bone weave. Site 13-37 only.
$
HO
Men's SPORT COATS
iiniinril. all wool iDort coals! Ideal t
to wear with slacks. All neatly tailored. r
. good assortment of sues and colors.
Sires 33-42.
10
Gabardine Dress Pants
Hue quality all wool gabardine slacks!
Neatly tailored with pleats and ilpprr.
Itroken sizes In blue or brown.
Slip-Over Sweaters
All wool, V-neck slipover style sweaters!
Tight knit wrists and waist Blues and
browns. Mies 36-36-40.
MAIN FLOOk
6
2
ZIPPER FRONT ROBES
Gay floral prints! Fine quality per- NOW Only
eale, 144 in. full sweeping skirt Hose
or blue background. 8 lie 12-20.
WOS. RAYON BLOUSES
Lovely crepe blouses. Jewelry neck
line and cap leeve. The popular
style blouse. White only. Broken siies.
SPRING SUITS REDUCED
New styled ulU! All wool In new shades.
A few whites Included. Dressy and tailored
styles, a few long styled and peplumed
coats. Broken sizes and colors.
WOS. SKIRTS - RAYON & WOOLS
New style skirts In light summer shades! Full
pleated, softly draped and a few gored styles.
Some with belts, others plain. Broken size and
colors.
WHITE TAILORED BLOUSES
one
White rayon shantung blouses! For warm weather
wear. Neatly tailored with short sleeves,
pocket Sizes 32-38. , '
SECOND FLOOR
00
3 If :
15
ARMY TWILL CLOTH
UNIFORM SETS
T Tk M .
I A (0
.4
00
Now Only
i
SHIRT 2.00 PANT 2.00
INCLUDES THESE COLORS:
f BLUE
GREEN
TAN
n. .ii, ,tt-ini BMrnvU4 in, hllip fit and loneer wear..
n.-wwu " " . , " ' -
j?onta are precision cut for fit Bar tacked at points of strain.
The Ideal work set at this new low price!
OUR ENTIRE STOCK! REDUCED
MAIN FLOOR. ' -
COATS for GIRLS REDUCED
Just a few of these new spring coats! Belted,
single or double breasted styles. Fully lined.
A real value in girls' coats. Broken sizes
and colors.
GIRLS' SUITS REDUCED
Lovely two-piece suits! All new spring styles,
plain and plaids In broken sizes and colors.
NOW ONLY
5
5
CHILDREN'S PLAYSUITS REDUCED
One-piece herringbone twill! Sanforized shrunk.
Four pockets, buttoned drop seat Well made.
Blue only. Sizes 1-4.
1
GIRLS' COLORFUL SPRING SKIRTS
Lovely pastel skirts! A few plaids! All wool
summer weights, pleated and belted styles. A
variety of colors. Sizes 3-14.
GIRLS' TUCKSTITCH PAJAMAS
Full cut pajamas! Tnckstitch for' comfort! Knit
wrist and ankle, elastic waist, long sleeves, and
collar. Tearose or blue. S-M-L.
1
1
SECOND FLOOR
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00 llil
1
2L I II. 5J -
00
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Foil TUR1FTY IIOflfEMAKBttst VALIIE-FINDS EOtt KIDS!
I
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Colorful Cretonne
Good quality, vat-dyed and pre-shrunk
cretonne! Gay floral pattern In rose
or beige background. 38 In. wide.
Marquisette Yardage
Figured cotton marquisette in ren or
blue. A Penney value! 40 In. wide with
hemmed edge. Will make lovely curtains.
Marquisette Panels
Neat tailored panels! Cushion dot
marquisette full hems and hendlng.
Rose, pink, blue and green. 44x81-ln.
panels. '
49c
98c-
BOYS' ALL WOOL SPORT COATS
Unllned sport coats for the young man.
Neatly tailored In all wool materials.
Light colored plaids. Broken aises, 4-12.
BOYS' ALL WOOL SUITS
Neat tailored tweed and plaid suits.
Fully lined coats, tailored slaeks with
pleats.' Brown shades. Sizes 6-10.
BOYS' BROADCLOTH SHORTS
Good' quality cotton' shorts. Elastlo In
back, full cut for comfort and fit A
good assortment of colors. Sizes 12-24-
BOYS' MATCHED SETS
Sanforized top n' bottom sets. Good quality
cotton suit. Sport style shirt with short
sleeves, neat pants with belt loops, cuffs.
vmt-dyed. Blue only. Sizes 1-8.
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3001
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5M MM
198 ;t!
SAVlMiS FOR LADIES!
WOMEN'S DRESS SHOES
REDUCED AGAIN!
5.50 to 8.75
ODD LOTS
BROKEN SIZES
FEW OF A KIND
NOW ONLY
2.00 3.00
Cynthia shoes! Designed (or spring and early summer
wear. Choose from our vast assortment now! All styles,
sizes. Black, brown, grey, blue.
House Slippers Reduced
Boys' and children's house slippers! Shear
lings and felts, several styles. Broken size
nd colors.
1
00
PR.
1
88
hi
6
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