The Klamath News from Klamath Falls, Oregon on June 21, 1940 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX To Conference Rev. and Hit Victor Phillip of the First Methodist church left by automobile Tuesday morning to at tend the Methodist conference being held in Portland this week. Rev. Phillips has been elected to preach the annual memorial sermon at the conference Thursday morning. This service will be held in memory of Methodist ministers who have died during the past year. Ha will also occupy the pulpit and preach at the University Park Methodist church In Port land on Sunday morning, June 23. Visitors W. L. Crissey. who la the owner of beach property near Brookings, and also at the California-Oregon state line, and has been one of the pioneers in development of the beach attractions of southwestern Oregon, was a Klamath Falls visitor today, accompanied by Mrs. Crissey. While here the Crtsseys renewed acquaintance with Frank Ira White, with whom they were associated In Portland 23 years ago, when both Crissey and White were engaged in newspaper worsv Meeting Held The National Klamath Basin Holiness associa tion will hold its monthly meeting at the Pilgrim Holiness church. 2229 Wantland avenue. Friday evening at 7:45. The Nazarene church will furnish the speaker. Special musical number by the Salvation army. : A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend these services. Methodist Church The morning worship service at the First Methodist church will ob serve Children's day in a pageant of worship, The Candle of Grace." All music will be provided by the Sunday school, and this program will be presented at the 11 o'clock service Sun day. Both Epworth leagues will meet at 7 p. m. There will be no evening service. In Minneapolis Rev. and Mrs. L. K. Johnson are attending the general convention of the Lutheran church in Minneapolis. Rev. Johnson is pastor of the Klamath Lutheran church here. Flans are being made for a picnic in Moore park by the Ladies Aid of the church on July 2 with potluck luncheon served at 1 o'clock. Mrs. Hunter Visits Mrs. 7. Hunter who is now residing at San Diego has arrived to spend about a week visiting with many of her friends and attending to business matters. Mrs- Hunter was joined here by her daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Schmidt of Coquille. who will also visit with friends in this city, her former home. They are guests at the Elk hotel. Return Home Mrs. Paul Dixon and small daughter, Dixie i-ee, Dorn at Klamath Valley hospital Saturday, June 15, returned to their home on the Homedale road Wednesday afternoon. " Return Heme Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Fowler and daughter, Betty Jean, returned to their home on Homedale road after spending a week In Salem visiting friends and relatives. At C of C W. L. McCauley, representative for the state industrial accident commission, will be at the Klamath county chamber of commerce Friday. Doing Nicely The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. George Isitt is reported doing nicely at Lightfoot hospital and now weighs six pounds. Takes Position Clyde Hurley, well-known in local automotive sales circles, has accepted a position with Wisener Nash Motors, according to R. D. Wisener, head of the local firm. NOW Vndtr-arm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration 'I. Does not rot dietsei, does not irritate skin. 2. Nowaitingtodry.Canbeused fight after shaving. 3. Instantly itops perspiration for 1 to 5 days. Removes odor from perspiration. 4. Apurewhite,greaseless,ttain lest vanishing cream. ' - 6. Arrid his been awarded the Approval Seal of the American Institute of laundering for being harmless to fabrics, ' 28 MILLION Jars oi Arrid have been sold. Try a Jat todayl ARRID flj . Al alt MorM MlllDg toflat ffomb JJjJJJJjIjjJjlOnjMmj) Accepts Position Bill Milne, formerly of the Palace market has accepted position at the Quality market on Main street. E Ponce received numerous complaints from residents of the city Thursday including sev eral from irate persons who re ported damage to garden hoses. Mrs. A. . C. Henyan, 421 Oak avenue, told officers about 30 feet of garden hose and the spray were stolen from her home Tuesday night Mrs. Ivan McCord. 323 Division street. and Herbert Wonch. 323 Divt sion street, both complained to officers on loss of garden hose cut during Wednesday niaht ana removed from the Dronertr. coys were causing consider able trouble in her neighbor- nooa, reported Mrs. L. Pritch-ard, 1940 Melrose, and juvenile authorities are investigating. Mrs. Pritchard reported boys broke the lock on her garden gate. . Theft of a screwdriver, set of sockets, crescent wrench and several open-end wrenches, was reported to officers by T. H. Nichols, route 1, box 347, dur ing tne time he was eating in a Klamath avenue restaurant Wednesday night. Nichols said the equipment was in his car. H. Wi Christy asked police to locate a brass reinforced wood tripod used in a surveying outfit which he lost between Main street and Market some time Wednesday. Among odd names of Ameri can cities and townc are: Branch, Wis.; Buds, 111.; Blossom, Texas: Leaf, N. C; Petal, Miss., and Stem, S. C. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY COOL DOUBLE ROOM 1204 6-26 Crescent ROOM FOR RENT for gentleman. 514 N. 10th. 6-26 WANTED Woman for general housework on ranch. Rt 1, Box 637. 6-22 FURNISHED housekeeping room. Fairfield Apts., 216 Main. FOR RENT Close-in 3-room apartment Electric refrigerator and stove, Innerspring mattress. 628 Oak St St St Francis Apartments. 6-22 2 AND 3-ROOM furnished apart ments. 1805 Main. 6-20 ZxcUut? Shoe Aetui fa Tiamen From the Buster Brown Shoe Store ftatBs k. ....... L.. Z. a. . I a -e . w ,r Ju.t renamed rrom the fcastern shoe centers where he was able 10 purcnase hundreds of THE NOW! DURING OUR SEMI-AX.MAL We Are Giving Yon the Advantage of Thl Special' Purchase In a REAL SAVING TO YOU ! Naturalizers High style shoes with their built-in comfort features. Nationally advertised at $8.65 to 17.75. Sale 4 98 Most Styles Sises to 10 and all widths. A Small PLAY SHOES $ I! Many patterns, in everything that is new. Jal PASSING OF CHARLES SHUCK THINS PIONEERS (Continued from Paga One) ty. Later Mr. Shuck purchased a farm near Merrill and was one of the early commercial potato growers. Until the time Charles Shuck of his death he waa considered one of the outstanding potato producers in the valley. Before Mr. Shuck entered in to extensive farming he hunt ed ducks and geese for the San Francisco market and although this practice was not continued, hunting was his favorite sport. He told many interesting stories connected with the supply of wua game from Lower Klam ath lake before it became dry. Another hobby which Mr. Shuck enjoyed was that of a taxidermist and he had collect ed a large display before coming west. One of his favorite pastimes was growing and cultivating flowers, and he was a great lover of children, happiest when surrounded by small boys and girls. Mrs. Shuck died August 27. 1S27, a beloved matron and devoted mother and her loss was mourned by her children and husband as well as hundreds of friends and neighbors. Surviving Mr. Shuck are the following children: Charles Vic tor Jr., Merrill; Mrs. Dave (Maude E.) Liskey, Klamath Falls; Clifford J Merrill: Claude H., Tulelake; Mrs. Robert (Stella) Dehlinger, Klamath Falls, and Richard S., the youngest son, Merrill. There are six grandchildren including Maxine and Tottsie Liskey, Mervin and Jimmie Shuck, Vernon Shuck and Claudette Shuck, all living in Klamath countv. mrs. tmtti warren of Canton. 111., Mrs. Emma Whitney of Brownsville, Ore., Mrs. Laura Howell of Sloat Calif., and Mrs. Lois Lousignont of Birkenfeld, Ore., sisters, also survive. Remains are at the Earl Whitlock funeral home and announcement of the funeral arrangements will be made later. mmmmmmmm.-: aasssssssssssssMat t". -tvl pairs of high grade footwear at MUCH LESS THAN REGULAR WHOLESALE PRICE I Hundreds of Pairs of new this season's, shoes made to sell at 15.95. Saie 398 You will want several pain at these prices. Meny can be worn any month of the year. Deposit Will Hold Your Purchase ARBUCKLE-KING and PIESER SHOE STORE THE NEWS AND THE BIG HAT DAY OPENS Officially opening the season for Klamath Buckaroo Days which will be climaxed by the four-day celebration July 4, 5, 6 and 7, members of the mer chants committee of the Retail Trade bureau sponsored a big hat day parade Thursday morn lng with kangaroo court for those not wearing hats along tne una ox march. Riders from over the entire county took part in the parade which was led by candidates for Klamath Buckaroo Days queen to oe chosen Saturday night at the queen's ball in the armory. Big hats were worn by the riders and many broad-brimmed Stetsons and gay neckerchiefs were seen on the streets as in terest in the celebration con. tinued to grow. Announcer for the parade was Jack Franev who will serve as master of ceremonies Saturday night the queen to be crowned by Presi dent O. D. Matthews of the Buckaroo committee. . Judges in the court follow- lng Thursday morning's parade were Judge U. E. Reeder, Dis trict Attorney Orth Sisemore and Linsy Sisemore of Fort Klamath. "Arrests" were made by members of the Sons of the American Legion in uniform. Plans to make the aueen'i ball one of the largest affairs of its kind since the dances were held to determine : Just who should wear the white hat and buckskin outfit to rule over the four days of festivity, were being completed Thursday by Buckaroo Director Elmer Hoiking. Directors also aDDeared in full uniform in the . parade Thursday. , Calls Made The city fire department was called to 830 Main street at 6:17 p. m. Wednesday when fire was reported in the sawdust under a floor at the Quality market There was no damage. The department was called out at 12:51 a. m. Thursday to the 1100 block on Main street to extinguish a grass fire in tne vacant lot in back of the Olympia grocery. No damage was reported. Naval officers annotated bv the secretary of the navy under direction of the president, govern the islands of Samoa, and Guam, United States noisw. sions. Bring This Ad and 49 for . One 3x7 Photograph MM Smi Ym flat May King Studio 98 to $998 fat HERALD, KLAMATH PALLS, ORE. Big Along Main street under banners swlnalna in a summer bi. rode Klamath horsemen and women officially opening the Klamath Buckaroo Days celebration with a Big Hat day psrad Thursday morning. Six candidates for queen of the festivities led the line of match. MAIL CARRIER SERVICE SET FOR SUBURBS (Continued from Pace One) ' numbers should know the numbers of the closest houses on either side of their residence. If the houses are found satis. factorily numbered by the inspector, the new carrier will start serving that territory. Delivery will be made to both sides and at the edges of streets on the following streets: South Sixth street between Washburn way and Madison street. Crosby avenue between Farao and Hope streets. Cannon avenue between Get-tie and Hope streets. Cannon avenue between Ava. Ion and Crest streets. Boardman avenue between Avalon and Derby streets. Delaware avenue . between I FRESH LA POINTHS Hats Open Itodeo Season " k " " J Derby street and Summers lane. HLlyard avenue between Austin and Crest streets. Onyx avenue between Alta-mont drive and Blsbee street LaVerne avenue between Al-tamont drive and Blsbee street. Walton drive between Wlard street and Homedale road. Harlan drive between Hope street and Homedale road. Arthur street between Shasta .way and South Sixth street. Altamont drive between South Sixth streat and LaVerne avenue. Bisbee street between Cannon and Bristol avenues. Crest street between Cannon and Boardman avenues. Dayton street between Board-man and Delaware avenues. Derby street between Board-man and Delaware avenues. Etna street between Shasta way and South Sixth street. Fargo street between South Sixth street and Crosby avenue. Gary street between Shasta Twbbobl rtvoii U. tunhw In lilyef thvIW print. Ntvy, lUek, Sag Grari,llijf Dlftub. Youthfully ytuit Dolled lUyoft tn with organdy imall eollejr, Rotvnna, litis Dciiubo, Ua fotm, Nvy, lirch wood. mm V $ FLOWER-PETAL ' cuccoc. most refreshing them in fashion, and the love, liest. There as Inviting at dew drenched flowers . " . . In colors that perform gallantly all thru summer. You'll look like a well polled lady of charm in these eaty-to-afford dresses that are delightful to look at and to wear, and for only way to South Sixth street. Gettle street between South Sixth street and Peck drlvo. Hope street between Climax avenue and Harlan drive. All of Wlard street. Kane street from north end south to a point even with Delaware avenue. Homedale road from north end to Shasta way. Madison street between Shasta way and South Sixth street. AH patrons on streets not traveled by this carrier will bo permitted to place their boxes, with their street and number on the side of the box, at street Intersections served by the carrier. Nests of boxes will be placed In two groups; one neat on each side of tho street. This will permit the receiving of mail without havlnfi to cross the mnlu streets and thus endanger children when sent for tho mall. Patrons on Summers lano and Homedale road south of South Sixth street and South Sixth u. 0 y I "SM'V JT III June 21, 1040 street east of Madison street will continue (or the present tor, celve their mall by R.F.D, eat;-rlor but will have their mall ad.'f ilreaaed to street and number. Alio, Walton drive and Denvtr avenue east of Homedale roat) will be new R.F.D, service, ., Consideration will be given to extend the city mounted carrier lo additional streets, as streets ure Improved to permit yean round travel. Instructions are being mailed lo all patrons, asking (or their street and number address, and advising them regarding this new service. Ai soon as street latter collee. lion boxes art received from Wsihlugton, D. C they will b placed on main thoroughfares. It. L. Griffith, assistant post, mailer, pointed out Thursday that the change, by relieving the burden on rural routes, will ad. vance delivery on R.F.D, routes from one to two hours. People living in this district j will have their' names In the T rt. L. Polk directory this fall showing street and numbers. i Postmaster Burt Hawkins said: "This Is a great Improvement,' and I desire to congratulate the officers of the Suburban league In their untiring efforts In re. naming their streets and num. berlng their houses so that any. one can now (Ind a house In the dlitrlct as easily at In the city proper." . f SISEMORE ELECTED i FOOTPRINTER HEAD I Dlitrlct Attorney L, Orth Sisemore was reelected preii. dent of the Footprlnters suocl-atlon at the annual dinner meeting of the group held Tuesday night at tho Elk hotel. Other officers Include J. A. Mahoney. vice president; Bob Elder, treasurer; Tom Judge, secretary; John Dlvent, Lei v, Finley, Louis Johnson, Dole 7 Mnttoon, Vernon Wilson, Chief of Police Frank llamm and Sheriff Lloyd Low, directors. i fl yon tlinmhHr Is tl print. Uus HtYl, WlM, 6nu,

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