The Klamath news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1923-1942, April 26, 1941, Page 16, Image 16

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FOR MISSION
Klamath Fill citizens Friday
were invited to attend the lay
ing of the cornerstone for the
new Klamath Rescue Mission
next Sunday, April 27, at 2:30
p. m.
Construction of the new build
ing at Owens street and Shasta
way is going ahead rapidly, ac
cording to Superintendent W. A.
Bell wood, and it is expected the
tile work will be completed Sat
urday. Most of the work is being done
by rehabilitated men garnered
from the hobo "jungle," Sell
wood stated. In return for the
work the men are receiving
three meals a day and a night's
lodging. Sellwood said he was
gratified by the response shown
by the men.
The structure when finished
will be comprised of an auditor
ium which will act as a dining
hall and sleeping quarters, a
kitchen, baths and rooms for the
superintendent
When in operation the mis
sion will provide a breakfast.
dinner and night's lodging to
Itinerants for 48 hours. At the
end of that time each man must
pass on unless he can show proof
of a prospect for a job. Cloth
ing will !so be distributed by
the mission.
Assisting Sellwood will be
Mrs. Howard Morris, assistant
superintendent.
Man Fined, Bur
No Jail Sentence
Due to an error, it was report
ed Wednesday that Lonnie Vir
gil Pinckard was convicted in
justice court of changing a tem
porary permit on a car and was
sentenced to 10 days in jail.
Pinckard did not serve time in
jail, but was fined $5.50 for hav
ing no driver's license. His car
is being held for investigation
by state police as to its registra
tion. PTA Notes
SUMMERS
At the April 23 meeting of the
Summers FT A. Mrs. George
Rogers installed the new officers
lor the coming year.
Mrs. B. Sheppard will serve as
president; Mrs. Orville Clark,
vice president; Mrs. D. E. Schul
mire, treasurer and Miss Hoag
land as secretary. Mrs. Wesley
Harsey was presented with a
past president's pin for her serv
ices during 1940-41.
Club at Tionesta
Meets Wednesday
TIONESTA, Calif. Mrs.
Georgia Stanlake entertained
the Wednesday Pinochle club at
her home April 23. Mrs. Mildred
Starr won high score and Mrs.
Haley Washburn low.
Those present were Mrs. Zim
merman who was substituting
for Mrs. Frances Nelson, Mrs.
Jean Devore. Mrs. Harris, Mrs.
Moulton. Mrs. Mildred Starr,
Mrs. Staub, Mrs. Haley Wash
burn, and the hostess Mrs.
Georgia Stanlake.
No majority ever wrote a
great book or symphony or in
vented a telephone or auto
mobiles. Harry Collins Still
man, National Association of
Manufacturers.
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Man la a miniature house constructed by the Pelican City Builders' club, which Is exhibited
at the 4-H Spring fair. Left to
sen. James Mcculloch. Delbert
and Harold Rush.
Builder Boys Fit Selves to Take
Place in Industry, Says Teacher
(Editor's Note: The following
article was written for The News
and Herald by O. G. Hughson of
Eugene, originator of the 4-H
club building construction proj
ect, who came here to partici
pate in the model home contest
at the 4-H Spring fair this week
end.) , THE BUILDER BOT
By O. G. Hughson
For 50 years I have seen in
dustry being mechanized and I
have seen mechanized industry
become to a large degree auto
motive and automatic.
It was not the simple machine
that reduced the industrial labor
market, for that machine re
quired a worker to run it the
machine helped him but the
machines that are automatic
have but limited need for oper
ators. Into this change, into these
changing times, these boys who
join up in our builder clubs are
entering industry with a fair
idea of what it is all about They
are quite well equipped by their
familiarity with the use of hand
and power tools and the meth
ods of modern building construc
tion to take intelligent hold of
any reasonable situation with
profit to their employers and
to themselves.
We are not seeking in these
builder clubs to fit these boys for
white-collar Jobs nor to lay the
foundation for a general educa
tion. Other teachers and other
department of our public
schools are far better equipped
for this, but when it comes to
putting builders' tools into too
hungry boys' hands and teaching
fifcr A comparison of prices will show
ibat the Pooiisc De Luxe "Torpedo"
does cost a little more thin the de luxe
models of the Uncttt-priced three. However, this
difference itself is not important. In fact, it is '
so slight that owners sajr it's hardlr noticeable
when spread orer monthly payments.
But the extra dependability this slight dif.
ferencebuj,, is important and in our files are
hundreds of letters from owners indicating
that the phrase "Built to Last 100,000 Miles"
only begins to describe Pontiac's long life
and trouble-free performance. And when yoo
THE
4 - H Model Horn Project
right In the picture! Bobby Griffith. Robert M.rtoa. Don Erich-
Yantis, George snaer. &ennein r
their actual use by doing actual
construction on a scale they can
grasp, we claim to have devel
oped a system that in actual re
sults is far ahead of anything
else of this nature for mechani
cally minded boys of p re-vocational
and p re-apprenticeship
age.
These boys love their work
because they know their tools
and WORK is the only thing in
the whole project that counts.
"Do you want to work?" is the
entrance question.
Man has developed industrial
ly until he has reached a point
where be turns on the power for
an automatic machine and says
to the unskilled worker, "I have
no need for you," apd to the am
bitious but untrained youth, "I
need but a few of the best of
you." Those best fitted get the
few jobs there are.
It is my thought that in these
present conditions only the
WORKER wins the playboy
and the untrained face failure.
And I have confirmation in that
I have not been able to find a
single boy among all those who
started with me seven years ago
who has not made good today.
All leaders of these builder
clubs teach their boys to work
and only workers can say to
modern industry, "We are com
ing on and we are coming in
make way. If you do not make
a place for us we will make one
for ourselves. We will run your
automatic machinery, and we
will do your work for we know
bow to find out how to do it."
Only young men who know
how can talk like that and if a
young man cannot talk and feel
edd the scores of other sdvsntsges Pontisc
provides, plus the 'fact that Pontiac's great
reputation for dependability means it's worth
more to too at trade-in time, then you'll under
stand why more people are buying Pootiac this
year than ever before. Why don't you see your
Pootiac dealer today.
PONTIAC PMCES BEGIN AT MM FOR THE
DE LUXE "TORPEDO" SIX BUSINESS COUPE
Delivered at PtmlUc, ' Michigan. Suit u p
tietutt equipment, sccetfries extra. Prices and
,$pee0catma subject at cbsnge awweari muce.
EARL SMITH PONTIAC
NEWS AND THE HERALD.
inn.iu ji nun. cane nun
like that because of confidence
in himself it is the soup line for
him, or daddy still pays his bills.
Mendocino Board
Protests Removal
Of Prison Camp
Mendocino county through its
board of supervisors has pro
tested the removal of the San
Quentin prjson camp No. 25
from work on U. S. highway 299
in Trinity county.
This action by the Mendocino
board of supervisors is one of
great importance since they
would have been one of the
beneficiaries if the camp were
removed. They, however, in
their resolutions feci that in fair
ness to Trinity county and as a
good neighbor policy, they de
sire to have the camp remain
where it is, so as not to interrupt
present highway progress.
Similar resolutions have been
passed by practically all Xho
Shasta-Cascade counties and
civic organizations, Including
Trinity, Shasta and Siskiyou
county councils and chambers'
of commerce.
Reservation Man
Pleads Guilty to
Drunken Driving
Lloyd Smith, Klamath reser
vation resident, entered a plea
oi guilty to the charge of driving
while under the influence of li
quor following his arrest on
Klamath avenue late Wednesday
afternoon. Smith was fined $100
and 30 days In the city jail by
ronce judge Leigh Ackerman.
Five drunks, three traffic tick
ets, and five traffic warrants,
made up the balance of Thurs
day morning's report.
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
CREWS WORK
ON ONES AND
FIRE ROAOS
Crews went out this week
to work on roads and telephone
lines in the area of the Klam
ath Forest Protective associa
tion in advance of the opening
of the dry season.
Men were working both east
and west of Klamath Falls,
with instruction to get every
thing in shape for a summer of
busy activity. They reported
roads were extremely muddy
and it was necessary to travel
them by tractor rather than
truck.
There are In excess of ISO
miles of telephone line in the
Klamath Forest Protective as
sociation area. All of this line
is being checked.
Six miles of line Is down be
tween Royston and Bonanza,
and this necessitates a major
construction job before the fire
season opens.
Despite the muddy condition
of the roads, the woods were
reported as dry and if present
conditions continue, it may be
necessary to send out lookouts
before May IS.
Tionesta
Bud Toombs has been called
for his year's selective service
in the army.
Jack Hall, who recently under
went a major operation, is much
Improved.
A social evening and cards
were enjoyed at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Reese Saturday
evening, April 10. High score
for women was won by Mrs.
Viola Banta, high score for men
by Charles Reese, and low by
Rick Beck. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reese, Mr.
and Mrs. Com Beck and daugh
ter Norma, Bculah Beck. Rick
Beck, Mr. and Mrs. George Banta
and daughter Janis, and the host
and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Reese and daughter Dolores.
The men here are again hav
ing their evening horseshoe
games. Last summer the com
pany put up a flood light at
either end of the horseshoe court
so they could play after dark.
It has been reported that some
of the players are really good.
The first game of the season
for the Shaw's baseball team
has been scheduled for May 18
on the new field here with Al
turas. The team has new suits
and is anxious to get started on
the new diamond.
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HIGH SCHOOL
Newt Note and
Comment
By June Mtchelton
Marcell Reynolds, Dorothea
Ellington. Betty Bi rhanan and
Virginia Howard wtre nomin
ated for presi
dent of the Girls'
League next
yea. at the lea
gue meeting
Thursday.
Phyllis Emigh
and Merlon AU
b r o r h t were
nom nated for
iw presincni; m Tr ' d
Johanna Sio- W ( I
mens, Audrey Red. Mary
Bishop and Betty Yadon will
run for secretary-treasurer: Mar-
jorie Bolens jnd Jane Robin
were nominated for athletic man
ager, Mrs. Robert Thompson was
guest speaker of tl.e afternoon
and gave a delightful address on
"Etiquette and lis Relationship
to Personality.
Miss Margaret Hav of the fac
ulty sang two numbers accomp
anied by Mrs. Bet Ijh Mushrn
also of the faculty. Louise Howie
plaved two accordion solos.
Spring time means election
time. Trie French Hub Is one
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COREli'S FOR
of the first to elect officers for
the coming year.
Officers elected Wednesday
night, w.io must be passed on
by the eligibility committee be
fore they are final, are: Merlon
Albreclit, president, Ruth Pen
nington, vice president; Lury
Kimball, secretary; Ortty Yadon,
treasurer; Lois Sl.jltz, Kratcr
reporter; Doro'hca Ellingson,
sergeant at-arms.
Grand honor roll students for
this second six weeks who are
entitled to cases of Coca Cola
are: Phyllis Aubrey, Arline Bald
win, Norninn Iljorl lund. Jim
C'ahlll, Uottllu Cranxr, Sizanne
Ml.:helsnn, Harold Patterson,
Patty Schupp, and Marjorie
Young, seniors: Judith Drown,
Louise Howie, Gordon Ledum
ham, Eugene Love and Marcell
Reynolds, Juniors; John Fletcher,
Nadlne Palmrrlon, lune O'Urien,
suphomores; Gerald. re Conrady,
Helen Gaston, Virgil Gunter and
Jean Underwood, freshmen.
There are a (ew openings fur
juniors wishing to work In Dean
Stanley Woodruff's office next
year. The work carries full
credit. The only requirement is
a "2" grade average. Those in
terested should ask Mean Wood
ruff for an application blank
right away.
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Halls were less crowded than
usual Friday. The numerous
conventions, festivals and ath
letic activities had taken their
toll.
Besides those at ending the
department offers
mnfvc
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April- 1041
Christian Endeavor convention
there were approximately 21
hv. iinnHlnii the track meety.
at llend and over I on who had
Journeyed to Ashlurd for the
music festival.
Last week it wjs the Job's
Daughters convention, Thursday
the Catholic conference in Mer
rill, and Friday the three other
get-togethers.
Th. rh.u rtnh na.tv has been
postponed until Tue.lay evening.
Dlognostlc tails are scheduled
for English classes all day Thurs-
doy.
Luigl Galvanl, Italian physl
clan and anatomist, Invented gal.
vanired wire.
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Tla Juana Special
Chicken k Texas Tamales
Chlck.n Noodles
Short Orders and
Sandwiches
Frank's Home-made
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10c Cashmere
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