The Klamath news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1923-1942, May 29, 1941, Page 8, Image 8

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THE NEWS AND THE HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
194t
Midland CmfUsie Maud.
GEOLOGY CLUB AT
LAKEVTEW Eighteen per
ons signed up to belong to 1
geology club, the organization of
which was begun the evening of
May 28 in Lakeview. Meetings
were set for the second and
fourth Mondays of each month,
and the first of scries of field
trips, a hunt for nodules up Dry
creek on June 1, was scheduled.
Carl Williams was olected pres
ident, Henry Sarles, secretary
and Walt Dykeman, treasurer.
Horace Arment was appointed
chairman of a committee to
draft by-laws and adopt a name
for the club.
Carl Williams outlined briefly
the club's course of study, for
which the text will be "Down to
Earth," by Croneis and Krum
bein. S. G. and E. B. Hull of
Twin Falls displayed specimens
land Parks, Maria Mlchels and
Junior Heidrich spent the week
end fishing at Diamond Lake.
The party reports only fair
catches.
Mr. and Mrs. William Doug
Hess and son Tinuny have moved
to their ranch west of town to
spend the summer months.
Mr. Lee Hosely, owner of the
Hosely Logging company, is con
fined to his home for a few days
with an injured hip.
William Cole is working in
the Ideal Department store dur.
ing the absence of David Book,
who is in the hospital.
Search for Lakt
Separates Couple
In Summit Area
CASCADE SUMMIT A bride
and groom of six weeks became
separated in the forest several
miles southwest of here Sunday
while on an exploring trip for a
lake called "Midnight lake."
Mr. and Mrs. Zumstein started
of agate and other semi-precious I out from Cruzatte Sunday morn-
gems at the meeting, which was
held in the laboratory of the
high school in Lakeview.
Sprague River
ing in search of the lake. Mrs.
Zumstein, becoming tired from
the trek through the forest which
was through several inches of
snow and over logs, sat down on
a log to rest while her husband
went on in search of the lake.
Zumstein became lost while
searching for the lake and was
unable to locate the place where
David Book, who is regularly
employed as a clerk in the Ideal
Department store, was taken to
the Klamath Valley hospital last he had left his wife.
week with a very severe case ! Zumstein made his way to
of bronchial pneumonia. Latest ' Cascade Summit where he or
reports are that Mr. Book is re- j ganiied a searching party of sev
covering quite satisfactorily. eral men who scoured the woods
Ruth Seright has been employ- in search of the bride. The par-
ad during the summer at the ! ty was led by Roy Temple who
WnnHon Rni eaf .i-aitrpa 1 brought along a hom which
She will take the place of Miss J"11 beheard for several miles.
Louise Morgan who is contem
plating a trip back east Miss Sea
right is a 1941 graduate of Bon
anza High school.
Norma Jean and Shirley Book,
young daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. Book, are spending a few
days visiting with their grand
pa and grandma, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Z. Book in Klamath Falls.
A group of Sprague River
people Including Mr. and Mrs.
Rollo Moore, Mr. and Mrs.
George Hobbs, Mr. and Mrs. Ro-
mm
The party became alarmed for
the safety of the missing woman
when cougar tracks were seen
near those of hers.
After realizing Zumstein was
lost, Mrs. Zumstein started out
for civilization to get a search
ing party started looking for
him. After several hours of
making her way through the
forest, over logs, through creeks
and swamps, Mrs. Zumstein
reached Abernethy none the
worse for the ordeal except that
her clothes were in tatters.
Mrs. Zumstein was brought to
Cascade Summit by automobile
and learned her husband was
heading a searching party out
looking for her.
Roy Temple and Harry Con
ner, after learning Mrs. Zum
stein was safe, returned to the
Diamond peak area to get the
husband, who was still looking
for his bride.
Pinochle Club
Meets Wednesday
At Tionesta
TIONESTA. Calif. Mrs. Jean
Devore entertained the Wednes
day Pinochle club at her home
last week. Since Mrs. Frances
Nelson has returned to work,
Mrs. Lange has been asked by
the remaining members to make
the eighth member.
Those enjoying a social after
noon were Mrs. Linnie Harris,
Mrs. Lange, Mrs. Lydia Moulton.
Mrs. Georgie Stanlake, Mrs. Mil
dred Starr, Mrs. Staub, Mrs. Hal
ey Washburn and the hostess,
Mrs. Jean Devore.
High score went to Mrs. Geor
gie Stanlake and low to Mrs.
Staub.
AT GOOSE LAKE
LAKEVIEW A disadvant
age of mild winters is being dem
onstrated in northern Goose lake
valley this spring: there are more
insects than usual, for there
hasn't been enough freezing
weather to kill off the usual
number. Yellow Jackets and
black beetles, also known as
stink bugs, have been pests al
most all winter. Thursday a
species of black ant five-eighths
of an inch long included houses
and other buildings in its path
of migration. If last week's hot
days encouraged the emergence
of insects, no doubt the week
end's rainstorm and Monday
night's frost were at least an in
convenience to them.
Insects, however, were not the
only ones to be inconvenienced
by the rain and hail Sunday.
Fishermen on Thomas creek up
in the hills between Cottonwood
reservoir and Dairy creek were
caught by the storm. At least
one car slid off the road, and
everyone had to drive carefully.
It doesnt take much rain to
make mountain roads slippery,
and Sunday there was a regular
cloudburst, preceded and accom
panied by thunder and lightning.
West Side
WESTS IDE Camas is In
bloom in Lake county. Particu
larly eye-arresting are a field on
the south side of the highway
just west of Lakeview and a field
north of the Floyd Reed home.
Most of the flowers are blue,
but an occasional plant has white
blooms. A large yellow daisy is
in bloom also in, among other
places, a valley near the bead-
waters of Thomas creek on the!
road to Dairy creek.
The Westside grange has made
plans for another benefit dance
for the 4-H scholarships at the
hall this Saturday night. May
31. Mrs. Jim Bernard has been
appointed ticket chairman.
Rainy weather Sunday inter.
and three guests of the Westside
Home Ec club at her home last
Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Roy
Peterson won the stunt put on
by Mrs. Koefoed. and Mrs.
Homer Meyers, Mrs. L. A. Mey
ers, and Mrs. Clarence Sundet
were guests. The hostess served
refreshments after the business
meeting, at which Mrs. Marvin
Pardue, Mrs. F. M. Bunyard, and
Mrs. Harry Crowl were appoint
ed a committee to look after the
hall when the mattresses are
made this summer.
Mrs. Merle O Nell will enter
tain the club June 12 at the home
of her mother, Mrs. F. M. Bun
yard. The large dairy barn on the
J. C. Clark ranch west of Lake,
view is completed and is being
painted white with a green roof.
Pat Albertson took his sheep
! up to Yocum valley last week.
A. L. Travis has his sheep down
on the Koosier place near the
lake.
A good flow of artesian water
was struck at about 100 feet on
the Merle O'Neil place. Harry
Crowl, who drilled the O Neil
well, got a good well for Walt
Roberts at Just over 100 feet on
the Roberts place.
On May 18 Mr. and Mrs. Ted
Detord and family moved to
Lakeview, where they have
bought a house. They are renting
their home in Westside.
Mrs. Delos Price and sons are
staying at the G. V. Treffinger
home in the Vernon district until
Mr. Price can get a house in
Auburn, Washington, where he
is working.
Mrs. Jim Whaley was enough
improved Friday to be brought ,
home from the hospital. Her!
daughter. Miss Leo Hill, is here !
from Washington, D. C, to take !
care of her. i
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reed!
came over from Medford last
week to spend the summer.
Mrs. Denny Depue, daughter
or Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Becraft
and Mrs. Bill Sundet of Klamath
Falls recently brought over Bob
Clark, brother of Mrs. Sundet, to
stay for the summer with the
BecrafU.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Reed went
up to Long valley Monday of this
week. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dains
have been up there for several
weeks.
Among recent victims of the
mumps are Ralph Dains. Mrs.
Earl Millard, Mrs. Cecil Bacon,
Florence Heed, and Andy Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kralieck
nave traded their property
Portland with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Rand for the Rand place in West-
They moved in several
Two Fish Days Per Week Will
Aid National Defense Program
By MRS. OAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Service Staff Writer
rrHE American home diet has a
1 two-ocean defense. Fish is a
high-grade source of protein, and
the sea Is full of many kinds.
Now to maintain high nutrition
In the face of rising taxes and
food costs. American women
should serve more fish in their
menus.
Public Must Help
William Fellows Morgan. Jr,
commissioner of markets in New
York City, reminds us that dur
ing World War I we had "meat
less Tuesday" as a defense mea
sure. Mr. Morgan now is urging
citizens to cooperate with him
in making Tuesdays "bargain fish
day," thereby adding an extra
day in the week when this ex
cellent food can be purchased at
budget prices.
"I have been able to get the
promise of retailers of fish. In
cluding chain stores, to turn
every Tuesday Into bargain fish
day if the public will cooperate
by using some of the many var
ieties of fresh fish In the market
on that day." he said. "If the pub
lic will begin now to add an ex
tra fish day to their menus, the
price of fish can be reduced to
amazing lows and families will
be assured of an ample supply
of necessary protein without a
strain on their budgets."
Can Be National
What the housewives of New
York can do with the help of
their progressive market com
missioner can be done all over
the country. The local commis
sioner should announce through
the local press and radio on
Tuesday morning the price of I
fish In the wholesale markets
The housewives can then be guid
ed when they go out to buy for
their families. And the reUllsrs
will not be templed to run prices
up If they know that the pub
lic has been Informed of whole-
MENU
BREAKFAST: Orange Juice,
creamed codfish on toast, cof
fee, milk.
LUNCHEON: Canned tu
na fish, raw apple, scraped
onion and celery salad, hot
rolls, fruit tartlets. Iced choc
olate, tea.
DINNER. Broiled cod steaks,
lemon butter, parsley potatoes,
stewed tomatoes and onions,
green salad, chocolate puddlnj ,
coffee, milk.
Drunken Driving
Cases At Bicber
BIEBER. Calif. For drun
ken driving. Harry Lee Law tun
was sentenced to sixty days In
the county Jail at Susanvllle and
George Harold Price was fined
$100. with the alternative of fifty
davs In jail, by Justice W. 11.
Phtlllber, here Monday. llolli
pleaded guilty.
Lawton was arrested between
Bleber and Nubleber, and Price
on the highway crossing Hi a Val
lev mountain, by State Patrol
man K. E. Cable. Price said lie
had a lumber mill J o b and
enough wages coming to pay part
of the fine. He was Informed that
Tionesta Bridge
Club Entertained
TIONESTA. Calif Mrs. Mil.
died Starr entertained the Tlurt.
rata llrldge club. Thursday,
May 22. at her home. Itiatra
rore (r the day was won by
Mia. June Heme and low by
Mrs. June I'll key.
Thiue enjoying the aftrrnoo
at cards were Mrs. Lela llrevd.
love. Mrs. Winnie Urownaoti,
Mrs. June Dickey, Mrs. Zcllifc
MathrMin, Mis. Alice Her,
Mrs. Irene Hprse, Mrs. Drlphla
llrnwn and Mrs. Mildred Starr,
A luncheon was served.
he mint remain a prisoner until
it was all paid or served In Jail,
sale prices and been urged to
buy fish on Tuesday and as well
on Friday. The more fish used
In home menus, the lower the
price will be. !
Silver Lake
SILVER LAKE Thunder
showers Saturday and Sunday
brought great benefit to the
range and forest of northern
Lake county. Sunday's heavy
shower lasted more than two
hours and was most opportune
as the continued drought had
made the danger of forest fire
acute. First forest fire of the
season In Fremont forest was
a small blare set by lightning on
Walker rim Friday. Albert Wat-
erhouse and Lrston Linebaugh
returned from that section Fri
day and reported the blaze
quenched. 1
TRULOVE'S
MEAT MARKET tli EAST MAIN PHONE 4111
PRICES FOR THURSDAY AND SATURDAY
POT ROAST . . Ib.l5 i c
PIC-NIC CUT J .
PORK ROAST . lb.IS ic
COUNTRY STYLE jk
SAUSAGE. . . 21bs.2c
COLORED jQfj. I
FRYERS . lb.Z2c
Dressed While You Walt.
CLOSED ALL DAY FBIDAY. MEMORIAL DAY
FREE DELIVERYi
fered with the baseball game
scheduled between the East Side .ih
. g , gS A I weeks ago. but are not farming
u. "v me land this year, since it has
P'y '"au i been rented to Fenimores.
rctfin un uic nnisiQB diamond
this Sunday, June 1.
G. D. Stockburger. secretary
of the Westside cemetery asso-
DIRECTORY
WASHINGTON, May 28 VP)
Caanovn. Ul. r . .
,i0Di.r!P!rtS.,.that ,rPr;s7dcnt""Rooseve,.rhad
allocation of
work done at cleanup day last ; , ,
Saturday only a few graves are f j wnr " n,i 7 r
with, a . 58734 for compilation of an Ore-
" " " " gon and Washington directory
.U: "!,."tJ lowing public building, and
room numbers in which federal
Read the Classified Page.
identification. The small number
H, t f"" cleanup day report records are kept-
the noon meal at the hall. I
Charles Kemper of Long Beach
has entered into an agreement
with the Lakeview Oil company
to resume drilling operations
within two weeks on the test well
site where the derrick now
stands.
The grading done by Berke
brothers on the section of new
road west of Maddock's has been
accepted. Construction of a
bridge across Cottonwood creek
has been started.
Mrs. Axel Koefoed of Lake
view was hostess to ten members
POLLY ANN
PASTRY SHOP
(Formerly Schoen'a
Bakery)
New Location
119 N. 8th St.
Same ownership, same
high quality, delicious
bakery goods.
- . l
MORE DELICIOUS
POTATO
CHIPS
Hue Bell brings you 'kitchen freih
Potato Chips flavor sealedlnwaxed
glasslne bags. Brighten up your
worm weather luncheons and din.
iters with these criipy golden chips,
5 10 15 AND 25' BAGS
PALACE MARKET
GROCERIES AND MEATS
Phone 4109 A Home Owned Store 524 Main St. Free Delivery Phone 4109
'r1j-jCuijojnerParkln? Lot at Sth and Pine ... We Reserve Rlaht te Limit
SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY AND SATURDAY
Fresh Crisp Valley aa- Shoulder fA.
LETTUCE 2 ,er 9 VEAL ROAST . Lb X y
Fresh Field Grown aff sssT A Shoulder fats
TOMATOES . 1 " 11 VEAL STEAK 2 "" 45
Fresh Santa Maria mm I Bm Pot 1 Aa tl4 C
CARROTS . . . . Bu" 5 ROAST . Lb IV Z1
Fancy Newtown 4 rC
APPLES 4 "" 23 MB BOIL Lb 15
Wa will have a fresh load of Field's f!' JC
Fancy STRAWBERRIES in Saturday. RUMP ROAST 2
Blended Grape and Orange
Juice 21 c
48 os. can J
Trupak Super Quality
Spinach qc
No. 2i can X
Sego Brand
Milk nrc
3 tall cans
Sweetheart Toilet
These Art Specials for
Thursday and Saturday.
Wo Will Be
CLOSED MEMORIAL
DAY
All Day Friday.
Kellogg's Pep and
Rice Krispies file
Pka
Pkg.
Hershey'i
Cocoa
1 lb. can .
19
Trupak Super Quality Short
cake Style Halves Yellow
Freestone
Peaches
No. 21 can
23
Salon Brand Norwegian
Sardines
35c
Sild in pure olive oil
2 3!-os. cans
MEAT SPECIALS
No Better Food Values In Town. High
Quality Low Prices Quick Service!
STORE CLOSED ALL DAY FRIDAY MEMORIAL DAY
Prices Effective Wednesday. Thursday and Ssturday
10'
15e
19
Lunch Meat OCc
Assorted lb.
Dill Pickles
at.
Sweet Pickles
pt.
Sliced Bacon 0c
Lean, no rind ... lb.
Pork Steak
Lean k lander .... lb.
Legs o' Pork OCe
H or whole . lb."
Beef Roast OOe
Blade cuts lb.
So lr Pork lb. 18c
SPECIAL ON SO. 6th
Pure Lard 4 lbs. 35c
Fresh Side Pork lb. 18C
Country Style
Sausage -. 2 lb. 25 ti
Kraut Ot. lOt
3 Pkgi. 14c
JefO Aworlsd Flavors
...... vvuiuii Sacramento. Tall Can
aTssve?
D.1H1 Brand. Tell Can
Com d.i Haven. Vacuum Packed
Grapefruit Mwo. He, t c.
Tomato Juice 8wlft. T.n C.B
Whole Beans n., M . . , 2 , 27c
10c
10c
70c
3 for I9C
Peas
D.I Monte. No. 1 Can
Com D.i Mont.. No. 303 Can
C. H. B. Catsup Liro. BotlI.
.....vim wysMa H.rsh.y .,
Del Monte, No. 2 Can . for
2 27c
10c
25c
9c
PRODUCE SPECIALS
THURS. ond SAT.
STRAWBERRIES
w cup
25c
crate
89c
CHERRIES -Qr
Bines 3 lbs.
Gold.n Bantam
C.J" 23c
TOMATOES
Nic. For Salads m
3 ibs iyc
LETTUCE
M.d. Sii. Heads as m
3 h.ads fC
RADISHES 3 bu. 9e
SPINACH .. 3 Ibs. 14c
NEW SPUDS .10 lbs lSe
Whit. Shatter's No. 2's
APPLES S Ibs. 23c
Win.iap or Newtown
w. i mi a wvike Dr. Phillips,
No. 2 Can
2 19c
Large
Package
RITZ
CRACKERS
19c
Tall Can
Tru-Americaa
V-8 Cocktail
Matches
w One-hall Gallon
SunbritOa..
Scot Tissue
..- tor
Mb. Can
(or
2 fo, J9c
... Carton
75c
Large
Cans
MILK
Swlit's Pr.ro.
4 fol30c
Rolls
22c
77c
27c
Armour's TREET
Th. All Purpose Meat
25c
Can
COOKIES
All Varieties Qm
15 Bag.... 2 orj7C
2 Lb.
Box .
KRISPY
CRACKERS
30c
Scot Towels 2 RolI. 79c
Vienna Sausage 8wlft ,., 3 Clni 25c
Deviled Meat BwIft Pr.m. No. tIn 3 fo, 70c
3
HORMEL SOUP
Cloi. Out Price
Can 5C
Tse DmuiaI!
Spaghei
Pickles
29c
Spaghetti rr.ncAm.,lc.n. Tall Can 3 , 25C
Marshmallows
Fresh. Fluffy
2 25c
Party Time Brand Asst.,
Shrimp Ph,taX Br,nd
Tuna FlSh White Star. No. H Can
lor
lor
7s. Ja, 70C
DEVILED MEAT
Cloi.Out Price
LaSall. Brand
B.g. 10c Val. f.
Sl-os. can .... J lor
cans
27c
78c
B&M BEANS
In th.
Crock IC
KRAFT CHEESE
American
BO Lb.
Loal
,29c
CHATEAU
HORSERADISH
Flavor 9 1
Sauca .. Jar
Shoe String Potatoes Ne. aH c. 70c
Blue Bell
Dennison Minced Turkey
or Chicken Jw 35c
Roast Beef 8wlft Prtnw ClB 27c
Wax Paper Cut.nit,, 3004oot RoI1 22c
Log Cabin Syrup Sm.n 81l. 77c
Baking Powder CiIum.t J Lb 77c
Crab 25r?
VAN CAMP'S
PORK & BEANS
Larg. 20 oi. m
Can
3 for
FLOUR
DRIFTED SNOW
49 Lb.
Bag
Swansdown
FLOUR
49 Lb.
Bag
$1.83
$1.83
OLIVES
Century Brand If.
Tall Can
SUGAR
Pure Cane
10U. Cloth
SUPER MARKET STORE NO 2
..hand Pin. Ph. 3... ,33. 47,4 00 RS" NVh. 7.