Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, May 29, 1947, Page 16, Image 16

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    Klamath Memorial Park
Officially Opened At
Ceremonies
Wednesday
'1th bcflttlnR service :nd sol-
iBinlty. Klamath Falls' new city
;inctery. Klamath Memorial park,
its officially dedicated and opened
ijrdnesday afternoon.
(Mayor Ed Ostendorf opened the
leremony by giving a ahort resume
if the history of the cemetery, men
tfiiiilnir that the original Ltnkville
cemetery was started In 1843. and
the lncrea.se In the population of
lae city nad made necessary uie
MlabllMimcnt of a new burial
(round. He pointed out that the
nrw part was adequately supplies
Kith water and other facilities for
tile maintenance of a beautiful land
scape and other features necessary
far an up-to-date cemetery. He
atlded that he was proud to have
Ithd a hand In the establishment
of the new grounds, and gave great
credit to tho cemetery committee,
composed of John Martin, and to
a A. Thomas, the city engineer,
- under whose department the ceme
tery was established.
. a In'., addition, Mayor Ostendorf
commended the work that was done
bv former Councilman Rollir Can
trail during his term of office, when
hr was the city council's represen
tative on the committee.
Mayor Ostendorf was responded
t by Vem Moore, representing the
Klamath County chamber of com
rBerce. 'The final dedication and prayer
Was delivered by the Rev. Victor
Phillies of the First Methodist
church of' Klamath Falls. It fol
lows: "Whereas, the mayor and coun
cjlmen of Uie city of Klamath Falls,
feting for and bv the authority
vested In them bv the oeople of the
Oity of Klamath Falls, have se
cured and devoted this plot of
mound for the burial of the dead:
t do now on this twenty-eighth
i-
Style Change Is
Shut-Down Reason
MILFORD. N. H-, May 29 MV-A
textron sewing plant was shut down
today all because of the length of
Sj woman's skirt.
; Plant Manager Prentice Shethar
sSUd the factory would be closed for
10 days to change its machinery in
sine with a new style trend.
The plant manufactures ladies'
lips, and cow they must be made
Dinger to conform to the current
fashion in skirts.
Man had brick in his
?t0mach for 10 years
One man recently stated that for
10 years he felt like he had a brick
In his stomach. This feeling was
due to the lump of undigested food j
lie always had inside of him. He j
was weak, worn out, headachy, 1
swollen with gas and terribly con- j
atlpated. Recently he started tak
ing INNER-AID and says the feel- !
ing like a brick in his stomach i
disappeared the second day. Bow- I
Is are regular now, gas and head- i
aches are gone and he feels like
4 new man.
INNER-AID contains 11 Great
Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear
gas from stomach, act on sluggish
liver and kidneys. Miserable peo
ple soon feel different all over. So
don't go on suffering! Oct INNER
AID. Sold by all drug stores. -
Adv.
Two Brothers Die
In Plane Crash
HOPE. B. C May Mm Two
brothers were killed yesterday when
their two-seater plane crashed on
the Hope Princeton highway 90
miles east of Vancouver after swerv
ing to miss a mountain peak.
They were Olen A. Lee. president
of the Lee Transport, Ltd., Vander-
hooi, B. c, ana wmiam Lee, pilot.
dav of May, In the year of our
lord. 1947, in their name, and for
them, in the presenco of this com
pany here assembled, dedicate this
nlot of around, to be known as
Klamath Memorial park, and I do j
hereby pronounce and declare that
said Klamath Memorial park Is
now separated from all unhallowed,
ordinary, and common uses, and
dedicated to the honor and service
of Almighty Ood, for the burial of
the dead."
I' !i- l-
DERBY'S
MUSIC CO.
120 No. 7th
i xvi no. rn u
1 A.N
1 VI
We Do
ELECTRIC AND
ACETYLENE.
WELDING
and
CUTTING
ALL TYPES EQUIPMENT
Complete TRUCK
FRAME SERVICE
Brine Your Welding
Problems to
BALSIGER
MOTOR CO.
Main and Esplanade
Remember - - -
e You con always get
your last minute fish
ing and picnic needs
Huskmson's Store
Keno, Ore.
Open Memorial Day
SIGNAL GAS and OILS
Get your California and Oregon License Here
sgK Weels-Eiodl
SATURDAY and MONDAY
j
Garbage Can
2.98
20-fai heavy duty falv.
Large
Crockery Bowls
49c
Double Boiler, enamel ... . 1.09
Ironing Board Cover, Pad . .1.89
-Coffee Maker. -Cup Vaculator 3.98
Cookie Cans, decorated . . . 45c
Diamaliov Adjustable Wrench
, , ...
: 8-Inch l.Ll
Power Grip Wrench . : .1.85
Motor Oil, quart cans : . 25c
Transmissions M0
Chev. 34-'3 Master and Ford V-8, ezeh.V.3
Knee Action Units 10TC
Chev. S4-'36, exchanfe I .5
Baby Buggy, deluxe model . 19.95
.22 Shells, long rifle. . .49c
Friction Tape, Vi lb.. . .45c
Window Screen, 42-in.,lin. ft. 19c
Phono 6248
. Locally Owned
r
Sprinkling Can
10-QL
1.59
Garden
Cultivator
ESS , . With Rubber Tira
1. 10.79
Carpenter's Vise, quick set . 3.49
Saw Cut Guide 45 Decree Miter 1.75
Torpedo Level . . . 85c
Hack Saw Frame . . . .59c
Tin Snips . . . . .1.09
Farm Radio, 1V4-Y with bat. 39.95
Iron Cord With Switch . . 79c
Door Chimes, Nutone . . 4.95 up
Fuse Plugs m, is, zo, a, 30 amP 7c
Appliance Cord, foot . . .5c
Bolt Assortment . . 150 for 5.25
Cultivator Hoe, adjustable . . 1.35
Sprinkler Revolving" adjustable notzle 3.95
Electric Welder, 120 volt.. 34.50
Tie Out Chain, foot ... 5c
Corner 11th and Main
Nationally Organised
maid nkwi, nitMik r.iu, on, TimieT, m., at, wit, r.,i siai...
SHOP PAYLESS DRUG for
Your GRADUATION GIFTS
A Delightful Cilfl
Hobnail Cologne
$1.50 Plus Tax
A LASTING curr
Comb, Brush & Mirror Set
In a nice variety at colors and designs
$2.98 to $35.00
Regular fl.tl
LADY BERKSHIRE
BATH CRYSTALS
Tfat (frfi Tttent Ulf
flus Tax
Boxed
Chocolates
Our large volume In
Chocolates Always
Assures you of Fresh
Candy at Paylesa
Almond Rocca
$1.75
French Creams
$1.50 - $3.00
A Lasting Gift
Musical Powder
Box, $8.75 up
89c
Hughes
Mini-Kit
Miniature Comb,
Hair Brush,
In a Zipper Travel Case
$4.00
Revlon Travel Trunk $1.75
Contains Lipstick, Powder, Double Twist and Polish
Yardley
Shave Bowl
1.00
Regular I.N
Williams
Gift Set
For Smoother Hhsve
1.89
ELECTRIC
SHAVERS
Remington
Threesome, SI1.M
Foursome, fIS.&t
PENS & PENCILS
delect this gift from our larg. yarloty .(
Dheaffera and Parker Pea and Pontile
Matched Sets
5.00 to $30
CLIX-O-FLIX
CAMERA
A surly Caatera,
Taking II PMuros
n a Roll.
5.95
VTHh I Roll Film
1.J5
Lesonier
ReflUabla
Powder Mitts
89c
Sterling Silver
Matched
Lapel Pin
and Earring
Set
Only
$3.50
Plus
Tax
1 vJi 6!sv')
Compact Rior.$BId(S JJ
Sturdy, Aerurale
Kclton
Wrist Watch
12.50 to
20.00
Sterling Silver
Plated Compacts!"
EVANS
CIGARETTE
LIGHTER
5.00
A Gift Any Smoker
Would Enjoy
BILLFOLDS
A
Praetloal
(lift (or lha Uradaalo
Reg. IM Pigskin
Individually Based
1.79
Other Styles la I1I.M
This store will be
CLOSED
MEMORIAL
DAY
June 30
PAR LAUNDRY SOAP 27c
LU SIMILAC BABY FOOD Limit 1 88c
bathroom scale .... 6.95
r DOANS KIDNEY PILLS . . . . . 42c
3 DOZ.1 CLOTHESPINS 29c
You Always Save at Payless
T, - - Ny'
rN yT v - BEEF
A 1 ,R0N
U 89c
KURLASH
Eyelash Curls
98c
MOTH
CRYSTALS
9c
r
HOME PERMANENT. . . now with
round, ribbed, professional
Now DaLux Kit
with plastic curlers
Regular Kifwilh fiber curlert 1"
' ReflI Kit without curUn
All pWci pu fas
Makes home permanent easier
than ever! For Toni's professional
plastic curlers are really easy to wind.
The entire surface is ribbed, to keep your
hair from slipping. There's 50 more
curling surface than other home-permanent
: plastic curlers, so you can wind more .
' : hair at once more evenly, too.
You save money every time you
give yourself another beautiful Toni Home ,
Permanent. For you use Toni Plastic
Curlers over and over. And a refill kit
costs only $1.00 contains
lSe Kaltlod
Dish Cloth
I 89J
I Kiddles 1
I SAND PAIL & 1
I SHOVEL I
23c )
L
Coll Rule
49'
Roll of ISO
Paper Towels
15e
i
IS" Rubber 1
Sport Ball
2s
everything but curlers.
Payless Drug Store
SOS Main
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