The Klamath news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1923-1942, May 01, 1941, Page 9, Image 9

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    THE NEWS AND THE HER ALP. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
PAGE NINE
T
DECLINES IN
EIGHT YEARS
WASHINGTON, AprU SO (IP)
Per capita debt In Oregon do
cllntd 30 per cent In the eight
year period from 1032 to 1040,
the commerce department dls
cloaed. OroM public debt, which atood
t $241,109,000 In 1M2. dropped
to 1187.803.000 In 1040. The de
rllne wu nationwide, the depart
ment aald.
It lUted these figures:
1940
I1B7.B9S.000
37,802.000
ISO, 3(11,000
1932
9241.105,000
80,099.000
180.108.000
1912
. 9133.847,000
48.818.000
107.032,000
Per capita debt and percentage
of change war
1940
Crou 172.38
State 34.49
Local 137.89
Gross
Stole
Loral
Gross
State
Local
Crou
Slate
Ixjcal
1932
248.30
8282
185 48
Wow in Westerns
t Mi J
Mra. Wesley Hayea read and dis
cussed, "Ten Waya to Help Na
tional Defense," by Harriet El
liot
The mothera of Mra. Perkln'a
room, with Mra. J. V. Owena
aa chairman aerved tea. Mra.
Owena waa assisted by Mra. Don
Drury, Mra. J. C. Johnston, Mra.
E. J. Dell and Mra. Glenn J.
Hoaelle. Mra. Perklna and Mra.
Ralph W. Stearns poured.
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TAIRVIEW
The regular monthly meeting
of Falrvlew PTA waa held In
the auditorium Tuesday after
noon. April 29 at 3 o'clock. The
fourth grade gave two musical
elections, conducted by . Mra
Wheeler, and the first grade,
under the direction of M I a a
Wauchope, presents two dance.
Mra. 1. R. Hall reported on the
convention. The third grade
aerved refreshment.
ALTAMONT
The rummer round-up pre
school clinic will be held at
Altamont a c h o o 1 Wednesday,
May 7, from 8:30 a, m. to 9:30
a. m. and mothera of children
who will enter school next Sep
tember are urged to preaent
the youngsters for examination
at the above hour.
JOSEPH CONGER
Mrs. B. C. Johnston, county
council president, opened the
April 10 meeting at Joseph
Conger with the flag salute.
Mra. A. M. Bradford, presi
dent, asked for the report of
the nominating committee, and
the following were nominated
and unanimously elected to of
fice: Mrs. Walter Guyer, presi
dent; Mrs. E. C. Brandsnesa,
vice president; Mrs. Douglas
Cater, secretary; Mrs. George
White, treasurer. Mrs. Virgil
Rexford was appointed installa
tion chairman.
We are very sorry no one
found It possible to attend the
convention at Eugene.
Mra. B. C. Johnston gave a
very Inspiring talk on the "Need
of Convention."
The need for a summer rec
reation center at Conger waa
discussed. A committee waa ap
pointed to discuss It with Dave
Bridges.
The fourth grade won the
attendance prize.
A delicious lunch was pre
pared by Mrs. Walter Guyer.
SHASTA
The Shasta PTA held Its reg
ular meeting at the school Wed
nesday evening, April 18. Mrs.
R. E. Baker presided in the ab
sence of the president, Mrs.
Herbert Landis.
Preceding the meeting a pot
luck dinner waa aerved to a
large number of members and
their husbands.
The report of the nominat
ing committee was beard and
the following officers were
elected to serve during the en
suing year president, Mrs.
Ralph Aubrey; vice president,
Mra. Lloyd Basey; secretary,
Mrs. Imogene Boothby; treas
urer, Misa Lola Hare. The new
president and vice president
were elected to represent the
unit at the state convention In
Eugene.
Mra. Boothby's and Miss
Smith's rooms tied for first
prize in attendance and E. Wat
tenberg's room won second
place.
Following the business meet
ing a skit, "Waiting for the
Stump Hollow Train," waa pre
sented by members of the PTA
under the direction of Mrs.
Basey. Those who took part
were: Mrs. Eldon Tillman, Mrs.
Charles Cain, Mrs. Marvin
Shell, Mrs. Walter Cool, Mrs.
Ivan Crumpacker, Mrs. Martin
Bridges, Mra. Lloyd Basey, Mra.
Ralph Aubrey.
X. Wattenberg, assisted by
Mra. Boothby presided at a
radio quiz skit, which furnished
a great deal of fun for con
testants and audience alike.
The next meeting of the group
wlU be held Wednesday, May
14, at which time the new of
ficers wlU be Installed.
Sound sleep la equally rest
ful, whether taken at night or
In the daytime.
One-third of the radio broad
casting stations in the United
States are owned by newspo-pers.
The Panama canal zone has
a population of 91,830.
It'a 18-year-old Mary Lee who
gets more movie fan mail than
many glamor gala and leading
ladies. She's little leading lady
! for Cowboy Star Gene Autry.
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-25.7
The department aaid, "rapid
Increases In state and local gov
ernment debt, which character
ised the first three decades of
this century, came to an end In
the period 1932-40."
Total debt for the 48 states
and the District of Columbia waa
820,225.000.000, not Included
921,021.000 In state loans to lo
cal subdivision. Total public
debt Including federal, was 983,
198.000.000 last June 30. The
. federal debt was 88 per cent of
4. the total: the state, 5 3 per cent
and the local, 28 3 per cent.
PTA Notes
COUNTY COUNCIL
New officers will be Installed
at the regular meeting of the
Klamath County Council of Par
enta and Teachers at Roosevelt
school on Monday, May 8. The
meeting will be called to order
at 1:30 p. m. Committee reports
and convention highlights will
feature the meeting.
Tea will be aerved at the close
of the afternoon. All new offi
cers aa well as retiring officers
and committee chairmen are
urged to attend.
. Mra. George H. Rogers, Mra.
John D. Selby and Mrs. R. E.
Thompson are in charge of ar-
rangements.
J
I RIVERSIDE
Plans for the annual Riverside
I PTA May festival on the Big
' Lawn on Conger avenue are now
complete by the chairman, Mrs
C. S. Elliot. Date of the fesUval,
i which will feature a aupper,
: games and music. Is set for Frl
tday. May 18. The public la In-
1 vited to attend.
i The city band will make Its
' first appearance of the year in
concert, and with brand new
uniforms, at the Riverside feat I
val on the Big Lawn, the concert
to begin at 7 p. m. Supper will
be served at 5:30 p. m. until all
, are accommodiitcd, Mrs. Elliot
- stated, and the menu will In
. elude chicken and home-made
noodles, lima beans and ham,
C Iresh green salad, potato salad,
"and moulded fruit salad, pie,
hamburgers, coffee, ice cream,
pop and punch.
Crowning of the May queen,
chosen from among the girls at
: Riverside school, will tako place
s early In the evening followed by
' folk dancing on the green. Mrs.
1 H. P. Bosworth Jr. Is In charge
2
a WEYERHAEUSER CAMP 4
C The Installation of new offi
cers and entertainment for out-
i going officers will be the feature
'of Weyerhaeuser Camp 4 PTA
'meeting on May 1, at 1:30 p. m
Sf The unit history book and
- scrap books made by chairmen
'will be on display. Chairmen arc
- reminded tp prepare a summary
of their meeting. All members
are urged to attend this last
meeting of the year.
SUMMERS
The Summers PTA met April
23 at the school with Mrs. Wes
Harscy presiding. It was decided
to give the children an ice cream
bar the last day of school. Mr.
Millard spoke on the value of
showing educational films to the
children, and entertained tp;
PTA with a picture. He said Al
tamont waa willing to buy a
talking movie machine and share
the expense with Summers
school. The PTA voted to do this
The following officers were In
stalled by Mrs. George Rogers of
the county council: Mrs. Ben
Sheppard, president; Mrs. Or
vllle Clark, vice president; Miss
Lucille Hoagland, secretary:
Mrs. R. Schulmlre, treasurer
Corsages were presented to the
new and retiring officers. Mrs
Wes Harsey was presented with
a president's pin. Mrs. Rodger
Invited the members to attend
the county council meet at
Roosevelt school May 5, at 1:30
p. m. Refreshments were served
by the committee.
ROOSEVELT
The regular meeting of Roose
velt PTA was held Tuesday,
April 22. with Mrs. A. A. Mont
gomery presiding.
The following officers were
elected for next year: Mrs. L.
W. Gilbert, president; Mrs. John
Harris Jr., first vice president:
Mrs. A. A. Montgomery, second
vice president; Mrs. Ruby Dar
by, third vice president; Mrs. A.
D- Lambert, secretary; Mrs. K
A. Moore, treasurer.
Mrs. Robert Hart extended an
invitation to PTA members to
the open house at the county
health department on Thursday
afternoon. April 24, when the
department's equipment wai
shown.
Dave Bridge of the city recre
ation department, spoke briefly
on the plans for a municipal
swimming pool.
Carl Mucnder answered a few
questions which have been most
frequently asked him during the
year, namely: The difference be
tween an excused and an un
excused absence, the type of
final examinations given at the
end of the school year, and
teachers' salaries in the state of
Oregon.
Mrs. Montgomery announced
that the health clinic for chil
dren entering Roosevelt school
this full will be held at the
county health department on
Monday, April 28, at 8:30 a. m
Orpha Hudson of the teaching
staff announced that the teach
ers will have an art exhibit of
some of the work done by stu
dents this year, and will serve
tea at the next PTA meeting.
Tuesday, May 20.
Room count prizes for the
lower grades went to Miss
Flood's room and Miss Moore's
and Miss Dunton's ' -oer grade
room.
Mrs. George Hlllls sang two
selections, "I Heard a - Forest
Praying," by Peter De Rose and
"Mr. Robin" by Katherlne Glen.
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