The Klamath news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1923-1942, April 17, 1941, Page 3, Image 3

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i Moro than 450 premium Hits
river In the mell thli week, If-
surd by the 4-H club agent's of
' fleet to the 00 leaders In Klam
ath county ai plana for the an
; nual 411 tprlng fair were near
' Ing completion. Dates of the
; fair are April 24, 25 and 20,
In the exhibit building at the
' fairground.
There will be five itate fair
j scholarship awarded at the
; close of the fair; 27 summer
: school scholarships, 61 summer
i camp and VV summer camp half
..vholarsnlps. V The actual work at the fair
, will start at 0 o'clock Thursday
morning, April 24, at which
time 4 11 exhibits in all pro
jects .will be received at the
building. At this time the dollar
dinner contest will also get
underway, as well as the start-
. Ing of the demonstration con
test In the demonstration booth.
) Chairmen and committees for
rrrclvlng, arranging, and check-
Ing out exhibits are as fullowt:
i Conking: Mrs. C. V. Schultz,
) chairman, Falrhaven; Mrs. A.
W. O'Brien. AlKoma: Mrs. Nor-
J nia Petrntrk, Matin. Mrs. J. L.
, Wonser, Hunanta: Mrs. R. H.
I Carson, Modoc Point. Mrs. wlnl
J fred Darnell, Falrhaven; Fran
J ces L. Coffey, Bonanza; Mrs.
Neva Hays, Summers: William
Rutledge, Altamont' Donald D.
; Dodd, Malln.
I Clothing: Mrs. Henry Gcbert,
( chairman, Chiloquin; Mrs. Hans
2fi'lvlg. Malln; Mrs. Jess Rowo,
pJhiloquin; Mrs. SUnley Click,
( Henley: Mrs. Ben L. Sheppard,
Summers; Mrs. Violet Harris,
J Bonanu; Mrs. A. II. McLean,
i Falrhaven; Mrs. Darrell ilebert.
Crescent Lake; Mrs. Bertha
Lund, Altamont
Knitting: Mrs. Ruby White,
chairman. Altamont; Madelyn
Beals. Chemult.
Homcmaklng: Mrs S. C. Mas
ten, chairman, Henley; Mrs.
Jean K. Porter, Altamont; Miss
Ann B. Dolozal, Malin.
5 Building and woodworking
I George Slyter, chairman, Peli-
ran; A. E. Street, Merrill; Ray
Oehlerich, Merrill.
Forestry: Clint Pierce, chalr-
I man, Chiloquln; E. L. Coyner.
' Bonanza; Marshall Eyestone, AU
) tamont; Emery Nye, Keno; H.
I P. Blanton, Bcatty.
( Lea there raft: Lloyd Seely,
Lfchalrman, Klamath rails. -P
Rotary Service club dinner:
Mrs. Earl Mack, chairman, Hen-
, ley; Mrs. Arthur Moran, Hen-
1 ley; Mrs. nets Hansen, reucan;
Mrs. Ina Christy, Chiloquln;
4 Vadea Koonst, Altimont; Mrs.
5 Pearl Schultz, Altamont; Mrs.
A. R. Dickson, Henley; Mrs. Leo
Holliday, Falrhaven; Mrs. Fred
Fletcher, Klamath Falls.
f Sponge and angel food cake
baking contest: Mrs. C. C. Jones,
j chairman, Pelican; Carol Jane
Loosley, Altamont; Mrs. Harold
I Rush, Pelican.
' Drop cookie baking contest:
Mrs. Stella Bowne, chairman,
Altamont; Mrs. Ray Van Meter,
Malln; Mrs. Beth Obenchaln,
Home Economics Judging con
test; Mrs. Robert Corson, chair
man, Modoc Point; Mrs. R. E.
Slaughter, Chiloquln; Dorothy
Houston, Gilchrist; Mr. C. V.
Schultz, Falrhaven; Mrs. Ray
Byrnes, Chiloquin; Mrs. Henry
Gcbert, Chiloquin; Mrs. Csth
erine Stewart, Altamont; Mrs,
Henry Campbell, Chiloquln;
Mrs. W. F. Seymour, Riverside;
Mrs. S. C. Masten. Olcnc, Mrs,
Stanley Thomas, Pelican; Mrs.
R. S. Hopkins, Hemey.
Style revue: Mrs. John Hey-
den, chairman, Altoma; Miss
Lydla Anne Storli, Malin; Mrs,
Fred Hogetstcin, Algoma; Mrs.
Jack Harrison, Bcatty.
Poster contest: Mrs. Isabella
Brixncr, chairman. Klamath
Falls; Mrs. Geneva Duncan, Bon.
Health contest: Mrs. Frances
Kocrtjc, chairman, Fairhavcn;
Violet Voltmer, Crystal; Kent
Woodward, Falrhaven.
, Demonstration contest: Mrs,
aj'ren Storey, chairman, Merrill;
Mildred Shipmon, Merrill; Mrs,
Nova Hays, Summers.
Dollar dinner contest: Mrs.
Geneva Duncan, chairman, Bonanza.
Photography contest: Roland
Parks, chairman, Spraguc river.
Carnival: Wilbur Robincttc,
chairman, Fairhavcn.
Klamath county grade school
track meet: Anlhol Riney, co-
chairman, Altnmont: Marshall
Eyestone, co - chairman, Alta
mont; Joe LaClnlr, Malln; Lloyd
Seely, Klamath Fi lls; Roland
Parks, Spraguc River; Ted
Sehopf, Chiloquln, Loy Darker,
Chiloquln; Ridgcly Hnbbs,
Spraguo River; John Hoy den,
Algoma; Elton Flshback, Keno;
Don Norli, Bonanza; Art Mil
lard, Summers; Ethel Fenwick,
Altamont: Elbert Wattenbcrg,
Shasta; Kent Woodward, Fair-
; wvcn; Arthur Cole, Henley;
'uy Oehlerich, Merrill.
Many ' a king who once was
the toast of millions has been
badly burned.
Newt Notes and
By June Mlchalton
iv-: -1
Horn Economics club mem-
bera have begun a campaign urg
ing under-classmen now taking
horn ec to continue with ths
course and eighth graders at
Altamont and Falrhaven to en
roll as home ee majors next
There are approximately 183
girls enrolled In
the department
now, and the
group hopes to
enlarge It for
next year.
During spring
rvacalion Eliza
b e t h Bunnell
haven girls, and
i 1 V r n a Dean
Meggs and Margaret Lewis spoke
at Altamont.
On Thursday club members
will speak to KUHS classes.
Two pamphlets on American
Ism"!. S. Presentation of
Americanism" and "Your Rights
Under the Constitution" were
given to teachers Tuesday. Some
of these were given the school
by Interested persons and others
were purchased with school
Home room teachers now have
something to put Into students'
hands when they maintain that
they are "fresh out of reading
The general extension divis
ion of the Oregon State system
of higher education is offering
correspondence courses of high
school level In accounting, Eng
lish, mathematics, physics, and
social studies, according to a
bulletin sent out by that group,
Courses will not give college
credit but will give college en
trance credit for those who need
to make up deficiencies.
Seniors who want information
concerning an Oregon college
or university filled out cards
Tuesday. Information will also
be sent to those students Inter
ested In a private college or
Lillian Lynum has been work
ing sixth periods at the county
library to gain experience in
that type of work.
Tickets for Community Con.
cert Association for next winter
can be obtained through Friday
rrom Charles SWnfleld. Student
tickets are $2.
Seems as if this year's El
Rodeo is going to be chuck full
of surprises. First, the theme
has never been announced and
now the senior who wrote the
prize winning essay on com
mencement is being kept secret.
And the shut-mouth staff is
composed mostly of girls. Will
wonders never cease?
ASTORIA. Ore., April 16 (P
About the time Charles Martcl
was standing off the Saracens at
Tours, a Douglas fir cone was
sending thirsty roots into the
soggy soil of an unknown Paci
fic wilderness.
Tuesday Les D. Lloyd, a pulp
company forester, found the
tree and proclaimed it the big
gest Douglas fir in the Pacific
northwest. He estimated its age
at 1200 years, found it measured
ISt feet in diameter 4t feet
from the ground and was 210
feet high to its broken top, which
is 2 feet In diameter.
Lloyd, whose hobby is hunt
ing big trees, said all the infor
mation ho could find indicated
the tree, which stands near the
coast highway In Clatsop coun
ty's fog belt, is the biggest
known Douglas fir tree standing.
Lloyd said he would sponsor
formation of a state park around
the Immense conifer, whose first
limb is 108 feet off the ground,
to save it from the fallcr's axe.
- A law, taking effect January
I, 1942, will require all sched
uled aircraft over 10,000 pounds
gross weight to be equipped
with a device which will make
a record of the altitudes at
which the airplane is flown, as
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period of operation of tho radio
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