The Klamath news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1923-1942, May 28, 1941, Page 7, Image 7

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day aa Friday U to be ob
aarvad Mamorlal day hoi
Iday and soclaly IH bo pra
parad lor Iho waakand adl
lion early. Tho Harald and
Mows will bo publlahad aa
uwl en Friday.
VUlleri Mr. and Mra. R.
Rataner of Sonoca, S. U , waro
recent vlaltura at the homo o(
Mra. Matanrr'a ainttr a huini', Mr.
and Mra. li. W. LclUko of Fair
haven IwlKhta. Mr. and Mri. II.
WHdrr of 1'ortland were alao
wwkend gurita at the LvtUka
home. Mra. Ethrlriite and fam
ily returnrd from Walla Walla,
Waah., Sunday alter lu-mllng
the peat two wecka with rela
tlvea. A few clone frlenda of
Mra. Iltke aurprlard her
Tliurailay of lait wm-k on the
hncraalun of her birthday. I'm
Ant were Mra. W. Zrtzban, Mra.
C. Frel, Mra. If. llraatz, Mri. V
Ongmal. Mra. J. llurk and the
honor gueat. Luncheon waa
aervtd followed by an Informal
afternoon of aewlng.
Vlatting Hare Janet router
daughter of Mr. and Mra. Ar
thur Foater of Prlnevllle, la v la
ding here for aeveral wecka
with her grandpareuU, Mr. and
Mra. r. II. Cofrr of 1017 High
atrect. Mra. Color apent aeveral
daya at Prlnevllle with her ton
In law and daughter the latter
part of the week and Janet ac
companied her on her return
home.
Vtalt Ulrlcha Mr. and Mra
Armand Ulrlch and baby ar
rived Monday evening for a
ahort vlait with Ulrlch'a par
enta, Mr. and Mra. George Ul
rich of 0110 Conger avenue, on
Their way north to Vancouver,
rWaah., where Ulrlch, who Is a
member of the army reserve of
ficers, haa been aummoned for
a physical checkup before being
aummoned for army duty.
Card Party The Rebekah
Social club will hold a public
card party Wednewiay after
noon, May 28 at 2 o'clock In the
IOOF hall. Contract bridge and
pinochle will be played and re
freshments served by Mrs.
Martlia Baker, Mrs. Julia Won
lander, Mra. Edith Wiard and
Mrs. Margaret Wiard. Each
member Is asked to sponsor one
or more tables.
octal Club The Southern
Pacific Ladiea' Social club meets
Wednesday, May 28 at 1:45 p. m.
in the clubrooma in the base
ment of the Arcade hotel. Dessert
I will be served at 1:45. Pinochle
and contract bridge starte at
2:15.
Called To Salem Lew Bid
der left Tuesday morning for
Salem, where he was called by
the death of Mrs. Bidder's
mother. Mrs. Townley, of Silver
ton. Mrs. Bidder has been with
her mother for the last two
weeks.
Uncle Dies Mrs. H. B. Dex
ter received word Monday night
of the death of her uncle. Jack
Fulkerson of Dayville. Mrs.
Dexter expected to leave Tues
day night for Baker, where the
funeral will be held.
To Entertain Mrs. Z. W.
Dixon will entertain membera
and friends of the Congregation
al Community Circle at a neigh
IlKirhood tea and sewing party
tor the Red Cross at her home
at 2350 F.berlein avenue Wed
nesday afternoon. May 28, at 2
o'clock.
Ashland Visitors Carl Henry
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
of Ashland, visited Thursday
with his aunt, Mrs. Elsie FaiiRht
and family at 1225 East Main
street. He was accompanied by
Joe McCallister, Bill Miller and
Bud Foster, all of Ashland.
Improves Slight Improve
ment was noticed in the condi
tion of Byron Hardenbrook, well
known Klamath Falls merchant,
who has been critically 111 in
Klamath Valley hospital for the
past week. Hardenbrook may
not receive visitors, hospital au
thorities stated.
Leaves Hospital Betty Lou
Ridgley, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Ridgley, route 3, box
421, was able to leave Hillside
hospital late Monday after re-1
calving treatment for pneumonia. ;
Mrs. Riley Visits Mrs. C. E.
Riley, formerly of t h I city j
where she is well known, hns ,
been visiting here with friends I
for a few days from her home!
near Grants Pass. j
t naekv Point Mr. and
Mrs. Harry D. Bolvin and Mary (
Bene ueswica. apem uc wiiu
at the Bolvin summer cottage at
Rocky Point.
Bftdep.
Vltlta Aahland I nrlll.
("aught of 1223 taut Main atrect
accompanied frlenda to Aahland
Saturday where the apent the
Weekend Vllltlntf her aunt anri
unrle. Mr. and Mra. Carl Henry
and her grandfather, Nela Lar-
Hat Operation Laura Feru-
on, 8 year-old daughter of Mr.
and Mra. Hay Ferguaon of Chllo-
uln, aubmltted to an operation
for the removal of her appendix
at Klamath Valley hoapltal Tuee-
day morning.
In Hospital Elbert 6. Veatrh,
well known Klamath Falls bust'
neeaman, la In Klamath Valley
hoapltal receiving medical treat
ment. He realdea at 1950 Karle
atreet.
Shoppara Among the out-
of-town visitors In Klamath Falls
Monday were Mr, and Mrs. Les
ter Leavltt and young daughter,
Mary, of Langell Valley.
On Business Mrs. Alice
Murray, Junior administrative
supervisor from the FSA region
al office In Portland, Is In Klam
ath Falls for the remainder of
the week.
Portland Visitor Charles
Leach of Portland, chairman of
the democratic state central com
mittee, spent Monday In Klam
ath Falls on business,
VITAL STATISTICS
MEADOR Born at Hillside
hospital, Klamath Falls, Ore.
May 27, 1941, to Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Mearior, Long Bell mill,
a boy. Weight: 0 pounds 0
ounces.
SMITH Born at Hillside hos
pital, Klamath Falls. Ore., May
20, 1941. to Mr. and Mrs. Cllne
D. Smith, Tulelake, Calif., a
boy. Weight: 0 pounds 141
ounces.
PAY TO LIE DOWN
In an electrical storm, a per
son directly under a thunder
cloud Is in 13 times as much
danger of being struck If he is
standing as he Is If he lies on
the ground.
Enjoys the Cold
The Peary caribou thrives be
yond (3 degrees north latitude
amid Intense cold, Artie wolves,
and where the nights are from
three to five months long.
Automatic traffic recorders
are now used In 40 states to ob
tain continuous records of traf
fic flow.
FUNCTIONAL PLAY TOGS FOR THE
HOLIDAYS AHEAD
Everything You Need At the Price You Can Pay !
COTTON PLAYTIME
SUN TOGS
Playtime togs that you con change instantly from a
snappy town ensemble to bore mid-riff and shortees!
Two, three ond four-piece styles in dressmaker or
tailored type. Shirt, Pinafore and Jumper styles.
Seersuckers, Cambrics, Prints
$1.98 to $3.98
Combination Cotton One-Piece
Play & Swim Suits
Seersucker ond
$2.98
Twill and Gabardine
Farmerettes
Royal ond navy two-tones.
$1.98 and $2.98
Year of the
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Hollywood would have you believing PauletU Goddard atanda be
fore that ginnt fan to cool off. But us wise guys know it's gig to
ahow oft Paulette's flgger, which la okay, too.
Christian
Science
"Soul and Body" was the sub
ject of the Lesson-Sermon in all
Churches of Christ, Scientist, on
Sunday, May 23.
The Golden Text was, "I pray
God your whole spirit and soul
and body be preserved blame-
I less unto the coming of our
i Lord Jesus Christ" (I Thesa.
3:23).
Among the citations which
comprised the Lesson-Sermon
was the following from the Bi
ble; "The Lord Is the portion of
mine Inheritance and of my cup:
thou maintained my lot. I have
set the Lord always before me;
because he Is at my right hand,
I shall not be moved. There
fore my heart is glad, and my
glory rest in hope" (Ps. 10:5,8,
9).
The Lesson-Sermon also In
cotton and lostcx.
SLACK
THAT REALLY TAKE YOU EVERYWHERE
Choose your slack ensemble here from on unlimited array of the
season's foremost slack fashions.
Patio Pajamas for Home or Beach
Dude Ranch Suits for Riding or Casual
Sharkskin Poplin and Rayon Faille Suits
Denim Slack Suits for Extra Service
Featuring every type of Jacket Length ond Pocket, Collar end
Belt Detail. Sizes 12 to 20.
$1.98 to $7.95
Big Blow
cluded the following correla
tive passages from the Christian
Science textbook," Science and
Health with Key to the Scrip
tures" by Mary Baker Eddy: "It
is objected to Christian Science
that it claims God as the only
absolute Life and Soul, and man
to be His idea that is. His im
age. It should be added tnai una
claimed to represent the normal.
healthful, and sinless condition
of man In divine Science, and
that this claim la made because
the Scriptures say that God has
created man in His own Image
and after His likeness" (p.344).
RUBBING IT IN
FULTON. Mo. (JPh-An auto
mobile accident was double poi
son to Marshall Machln.
The Mexico. Mo., man's back
was wrenched In the plunge of
a car into a ditch. That was bad
enough, but
Rescuers, evidently unfamiliar
with Missouri vegetation, laid
him gently on patch of poison
Ivy.
SUITS
For Your
Information
ear anaa m seven a. flea
WEATHER
NO. CALIFORNIA: Partly
cloudy today, tonight and Wed
nesday, but unsettled with driz
zle along north coast and show
era In extreme north portion;
scattered showers or thunder
storms In the mountains; little
change In temperature; moder
ate changeable wind, mostly
northwest, off the coast.
WASHINGTON AND ORE
GON: Partly cloudy but with
scattered showers west portion
and In the mountains tonight and
Wednesday; little change in tem
perature; moderate changeable
winds, mostly fresh northwest
wind, off the coast and over in
land waters of Washington.
Mail Closing Times
(Traiaal
Southbound: 0:00 a m.
Northbound: 10:00 a. m
Southbound: 5:13 p m
Northbound: 8:30 p m.
(Stages)
Alturaa, Lake view. Rocky
Point and Ashland, all close 7:00
m.
Extended forecast for far west
ern states except southern Cali
fornia, period of May 27-31:
Scattered showers in the in
terior and mostly overcast with
drizzle near the coast, with tem
peratures near or slightly below
normal Wednesday and Thurs
day; otherwise partly cloudy or
fair with rising temperatures and
scattered thundershowers in the
higher mountains.
St. Paul'a Guild Members of
the Guild of St. Paul's Episcopal
church will meet at 1 o'clock
Thursday in the parish hall for
potluck luncheon. This will be
the last meeting of the group
until September. A business
meeting will be called during the
afternoon with the new presi
dent. Mrs. W. B. Hendrlckson,
presiding.
Meet Scheduled Immediate
ly following a short business
meeting of Calvary Command
cry on Wednesday evening in
the Masonic temple, Klamath
chapter. No. 35. Royal Arch
Masons, will convene and con
fer the Past Master degree. All
companions and Sir Knights are
cordially invited.
Appreciation Sincere thanks
was expressed by the American
Legion auxiliary through Mrs.
A. P. Heup, chairman, to all
those who contributed to the
l&Th
( FASHION J
is capitalized by f
success of Poppy Day which was
observed Saturday throughout
the city. Appreciation was
especially sent to the Camp Fire
girls, Junior American Legion
auxiliary. The Herald and News
for publicity, and the general
public for making the annual
observance so successful.
Expresses Thanks Naomi
Kurtz, chairman of VFW Poppy
day, expreaaed appreciation to
the girls who participated in
the annual Buddy Poppy sale.
Those who volunteered were
Ella Mullins, Ermadee LaBarge,
Mabel Brochtrup, Dagney Sub
ject, Laura Bacon, Caroline
Williams, Grayce Crump, Ruth
Schortgen, Ethel Prarie and
Martha Bendine. Due to the
cooperation of the workers, the
sale was a success, according to
Mrs. Kurtz.
Sew for Red Cross Arrange
ments have been completed for
the VFW auxiliary to sew for
the Red Cross, on Wednesday
at the sewing rooms at the arm
ory from 9:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
All members are asked to come
and help either in the morning
or afternoon according to their
own convenience.
Returns Mrs. Timothy Mur
phy returned to her home in
Dunsmuir Monday evening
after spending the early part ol
the week in Klamath Falls.
Meet Changes The regular
meeting of the IWA auxiliary
has been changed to Tuesday
nights. The next meeting was
to be held Tuesday, May 27.
OBITUARY
NANNIE MAY CANTRALL
Nannie May Cantrall, for the
last 42 years a resident of Klam
ath Falls, Oregon, passed away
at her late residence, 1045 Mel
hase street, on Tuesday, May 27,
1941, at 12:10 a. m. following
an illness of one month, she
was a native of Marion county,
Oregon, and at the time of her
death was aged 60 years and
4 days. Surviving are one
daughter. Miss Cordelia A. Can
trall of this city; three sons, Ed
ward L. of Placerville, Califor
nia. Howard S. and Rollin A. of
Klamath Falls, Oregon; one
brother, Frank E. Ankeny of
this city, and three sisters.
Mrs. Cora Crump and Miss
Gladys Ankeny, both of Eugene,
Oregon, and Mrs. Alfred Miller
of Medford, Oregon. The re
mains rest in the Earl Whitlock
Funeral home. Pine street at
Sixth, where friends may call
after 8 p. m. Tuesday. Notice
of funeral to appear in this is
sue of the paper.
MARY ANN GIBBONS
Funeral services for the late
Mary Ann Gibbons, who passed
away in this city Saturday, May
24, 1941, following an extended
illness, will be held in the chap
el of the Earl Whitlock Funeral
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here now...loveiier than ever!
You'll exclaim over the exciN
ing new $ty!e$...the heady
new olors...delightful new
fabrics. They ore os glamor,
oos and beautiful in the water
os on the sands. The Beauty,
lift Bra ond foundation con.
trol of these new Jant2ens do
grand things for your figure.
4.95 to 10.95
Pattern of Death
White puffs mark bursts of Brit
ish anti-aircraft fire hitting close
by white vapor trails of two
German fighter planes attacking
barrage balloon over Dover.
home. Pine street at Sixth, on
Wednesday, May 28, 1941, at 2
p. m. with the Rev. Victor Phil
lips of the First Methodist
church of this city officiating.
Commitment services and vault
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Also o Lovely Assortment
Betty Boxley Frocks in New
Summer Styles Budget
entombment Linkvllle eemetery. -
Friends are Invited.
RAY F. HALFPAPV
Funeral services for the lata
Ray F. Halfpapp, who passed
away in thia city on Saturday,
May 24, 1941, following brief
illness, will be held in Portland.
Oregon, on Wednesday, May 38,
1941. The remains were for
warded via Southern Pacific
company on Monday evening at
lu p. m. Arrangemema were
under the direction of the Earl
Whitlock Funeral homo of thig '
city.
NANNIE MAY CANTRALL
Funeral services for tho lata
Nannie May Cantrall, who
passed away at her homo la thia
city Tuesday. May 27, 1941, fol
lowing an illness of one month,
will be held in the chapel of tho
Earl Whitlock Funeral home.
Pine street at Sixth on Wed nee
day. May 28, 1941, at 3:30 p.
m. with H. E. Roskamp, of the
First Church of Christ Scien
tist officiating. Commitment
services and interment family .
plot in IOOF cemetery. Friends
are invited.
POLLY ANN
PASTRY SHOP
(Formerly Schoen'a
Bakery)
New Location
119 N. 8th St.
Same ownership.
high quality, delicious
bakery goods.
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