Herald and News from Klamath Falls, Oregon on September 7, 1949 · Page 5
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Klamath Falls, Oregon
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Wednesday, September 7, 1949
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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 7, 1949 HERALD AND NEWS, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON PACE FIVE State Fair Crowd Sets New Record HAI.EM, Sept. 7 oil Halrm Hoard up ahnp thla afteitiwn lo go to the state fair. And another record crowd waa In prospect. Atlrndanr yesterday, second day ef the fair, waa t&Mt. about loo mar than the previous Tuesday mark art In IW. And thera won't any null of recession around hart. The crowd waa apemtliig money as never before, and It bet Ita.su on th horn raica to ant a new Tuesday hull (Hurt. That waa double th betting total of tin same day last year. An ynuiual feature yesterday waa a two-way tie In the 4-11 club rake baklnc central between -hhlrlry Psg. 14. rlslrm. and ill-an l.ornnli. la. Baker, tint prise UillH college scholarship llitrn by Hit Oregon wheat com-mlaslan. But tlifl commission voted yenler-dav lo give earn (ill a scholarship. B"th ilrla aald they practiced on their parrnta before the contest. Hliirlcy baked 30 sponge cakes and Diane 1. Irian la th younger aUlrr of rila Lnriinlg, who wuii the contest yrar ago. Bnth aalrt thflr famlllra are slrk Of rating sponge rake. Mora than 3000 yuutha have en-tilra In Ui 4-11 rlub contests, which make up a bi part of the lair. Ktdrtleland. the new system of ride fir the rhlldrrn, U getting a big play. Another popular feature ai the rihlblta by the armed toicea. KF Community College Has Competent Faculty Professional tralnlni and expert- i Pennsylvania. She U a member of Mice highlight the qtiallllcatlona of the Instructional ataff of the Klamath Palla rommunity college pro-tram which begins the week nf Hep-tember III at Klamath Union hum achnol. Tttt program la aiionsored Jointly by the local achoul district and the general estrnslon division of the Oregon atate system of hither education. Dr. Caroline Brady, who will leach Englluli received her Ph. L. Iroin the University of California where she taught from 1M4 lo IMA. Phi Beta Kappa and author pf book. "Ill Legend of Ermanarlc", In addition to many artlclea and revlewa. Bhe la also a member of numerous language aocletlea. Or. P. Euiiene Meldrr. who for the past three yrara haa been teaching, at Reed college In Portlnnd. received hla Ph. D.-from the Unlver-alty of WUcoiuln. Prior to going to Herd collrge he taught at Uie University of Maine and Clark uulveralty. He haa written "Htate and Local Barrlera to How To Play Canasta: 5 Improper Play Brings Penalties By WILLIAM K. MrKLNNKY . Certain Irrrgularltlcs In canaiU call for point penaltlea. These penaltlea. which are given below, are deducted from your acore towards game at the end of the hand, for example. If your acore la I6&0 polnta. and you com. mlt an Irregularity that calla for a luo-polht penalty, It doei not mean that your acore la Immediately re duced to 1400 polnta for the pur poa of determining your Initial minimum meld requirement. POINT PENALTIES: Irregular draw 50 polnu Drawing out of turn . 100 polnta Adding an Irregular draw to your hand. .An additional 100 polnu Failure lo go out after receiving permlaalon from partner 100 polnu Melding out of turn 100 polnta Attempting to take dlacard pile out of turn loo polnu "IRREGULARITIES: The generally accepted rulea of bridge and other card gamea regulate the Ir-regularlllea In deala. When a player drawa too many rarda. thla error la rectified by dlacardlng without drawing at each turn until hla hand la correct. If a player discards without drawing, ha cannot pick up hla dlacard. but ha can be required to take the top card of the atock pile. When a player exposes one or more rarda from hla hand, except to make a legal meld, all of the expoaed carda muat be left face up on the table and discarded one at a lime In successive turna. However, the player may use anv of theae expoaed carda to form melda Car Hit By Train, Four Injured I wea atruck by a freight train en-I gin at a crowing here. I Htate police aald Mn. Arleta Cen- danla, 28, who operatea a small MILWAUKIE, Ore.. bept. 7 iPi vegetable farm east of here, waa! A small boy, hla mother and two! driving home with the children. I slstera were Uijured yesterday when ; Two-year-old David aulfered a leg , mother and sisters, Darelene, t, and Donna, 7, auffered ruta and bruises. The northbound Southern Padl! waa not moving fast, pollca aald. The engine pu.shed tlx flatbed truck along Uie ralla and then tipped tl for the laat three yrara ahe haa I .,,,..,. r,,,merc in ih. tinned been training at inr univeraity ni Free Plane Rides, Air Show Feature Approximately too free airplane rldea of from 15 to 30 minutes duration will be given to aprelatora at the chamber of commerre-atat beard of aemnautlra auoiuored air-ehnw to b held at the municipal airport Sunday, September II. That waa Ih Information emanating from a meeting of the two anon-eocliig groupa. who laid final plana for the aerial extravagaiua. at a Joint aeMlnn yesterday at Ih chamber of commerce offlrea. Committee members have de-vised a unique plan thla year for the awarding of the free rldea Visitors to the show will be handed a ticket as tin enter the field. They will writ their namea on the ducats and then place them In a raffle barrel. Then at frequent Intervals, whenever aircraft la available, a number of namea will be drawn from the barrel and the fortunate wtiuiera will be taken for an aerial view of Uie countryside. Fourteen private plan owners, thre flying errvlrea. and West Coast Airlines will cooperate with th committee In providing planea for the rldea. Farmers Air Service will donate two aircraft: Oregon Aircraft, five; Hllmnn Flying Service, two: and the West Coast outfit will furnish a 34-passenger DC-3 for th occasion. Charles Hlark. manager af th Klamath chamber of commerce. Ule4 lodar that there will k a admission charge to Ih annus) enow. He anticipates that a number of visiting pilots will bolster the number of airmen participating In th enow. Stark 'added further, that in accommodate those pilots, a free breakfast will be served In the airport cafeteria from 1:30 till 10:30 that morning. V-'. . - v V T CANDIDATE Mrs. Patricia Marx, a honey-blondo native of Sydnr-y, Australia, will represent San Francisco In the Mrs. America contest at the Palisades amusement park, N. J, All she has to do is pay her own way. She hopes to raise the money in time to make the trip. Mrs. Marx, whose husband Is partner In on electrical firm in San Francisco, says she won a "personality girl" ond "pretty legs" contest In Australia. Htatcs." numerous artlclea and War Labor Board report. He haa served I Grading, surfacing and oiling 14 as economic advisor to the council ' miles of south unit. Prmceton-Kolly-of slate governments; consultant I farm section o f Rome-Princeton for the U S. Marketing Laws aur- j secondary highway, vey; and hearing officer. National 1 War Labor Board. Detroit. He will teach history and sociology. Mini Ruth Wlnchell. mathematics mtiA ki.iliMiiral Inhtrtii-lnr hti s mas. ters' degree from the University of 1 MrMINNVILLE. Sept. 7 iv-The rirrtfon anil hss done further eradu- i Pivtn Farmers of Oregon atlll ate work at Columbia and Unlver- I want one nf their members ap- Orcutt Rites, Idaho, Monday YREKA. Sept. 7 The body of Kenneth C. Orcutt. 36-year-old hVuthern Paclflo brakeman cut In hipped to Caldwell. Id. . Monday ! Oregon Medical school. She j pointed to the state board of aero-foi funeral services and Interment. ! ml graduate assistant In phy- . nauttca. ' When the crew of a arnjthbound freight train go off at Ifornbrnok. near here, to eat breakfast, orcutt mas missing. The engine was sent back up the tmcks, his severed torso being found a mile and a quarter away. No one could explain how Orcutt atology at the University Medical school, and for 13 years taught math and arienre In the Portland high schools. From IMS to IMS ahe did research work at the Emma M. Howe medical laboratory. She Is a member of the American Public Health association: Oregon Society had com lo fall. When last seen. I ol MicroWologuta: and Sigma XI, about 10 cars back of the locomo tive, he was on his way forward. Orcutt. a resident of Dunamulr who had been employed by the BP sine IM. leaves his parents. Mr. and Mra. Ben Orcutt of Caldwell, and thre children. national science honorary. Harold O. Palmer haa a masters' degree from the University of Oregon and has done further graduate work at Uie University of Southern State Asks Bids On 5 Road Projects SALEM. Sept. 7 oTV-The at at highway commission asked for bids today on five projects. i Bids will be opened In Portland. September 30. , ProJecU are: Baker county Oradlng. surfacing : and oiling 1M miles of Table Rock I creek section of Baker-Homestead hiiihwav. I Douglas county Oradlng and or to take the pack. paving 5JI3 milca of Mark Ranch-1 jf, tot the Initial meld for his tide Ume Hock bridge section of north , player ahowa lesa than the re-Umpoua county road. quired count, he must validate hla Jackson ounty-Excavat 20O00 meld pebble wlln mditmn,! cubic yards ol rock on Hlsklyou slide : u , cannot Dr doB1 correction on Pacific highway. I not do ao before discarding, all the Lane county-Surlacing 10 mile. Mr(U rom h hind of Cougar creek-Preacher c reek m tmiUti txlmMl section of Alsea-Desdwood highway. . lncorr.tl ,., ... Malheur and Harney counties-! dUMrd h, , pile before making his own discard from his exposed cards. If a player makes a meld including mora than three wild cards, or attempts to add a wild card to a meld already containing three wild carda I other than a completed ca-nsMai. he must, if possible, rectlvy the error. He does thla by putting the exposed wild card with another meld. If he Is unable to rectify the error, the surplus wild card lor cards) Improperly played 1 treated as an exposed card. If a player la dealt or draws a red trey and fails to declare It before the play of the deal ends (provided he haa had at least one turn to play i . his aide Is penaluzd 900 points. If he has not had at least one turn to play and the other side goes out. the red treys In his hand are scored as a minus value of 100 points. The 500-point penalty does not apply. Flying Farmers Seek Aero Post The nilol-fsrmer group annual convention clowd yesterday with a resolution to that effect. Another called for speed-up of construction I of landing strips In the state pro gram. Earner mis year ine grouy had been critical of the board's use of funds. President Claude Williams. Prlne-vllle, was reelected along with other officers. New directors are Roger Leonnig. Haines, and Lee Poster, Halev Ram Whitney. New bent. and Wjlliams were directed to work Henley Other bus drivers are Mrs. Dorothy Holuhouser and Albert Wilkinson for the Po valley route, Tred St II I we II on the Midland route Charles Spear, th Keno route, and Oordon Reed, the Bhaata mute. The Lewis National Entertainers will appear at th school assembly at 1 30 p. m.. Srptermber 13. Use the Want Ads for Quick Results! California and Oregon But college. with the state aeronautics board He has 15 years of high school teaching experience, the past 11 years as head of the commercial department at Klamath Union high school. He haa taught accounting and typing for th general extension division for the past fiv year. He has several years of practical Q'utnrss experience, Is a member of Phi Delta Kappa, and president of the Oregon Buslnesa Education association. He will teach accounting and typing and serve aa field representative for the general extension division In the Klamath area. or. farm aviation problems. Th American Red Cross annually sprnds more money In behalf of servicemen than any other organization except the military establishment Itself. TOMORROW: rur . handed ca- a truck In which they were riding I Iractur and Internal Injuries. His off ill right-of-way. (iseup! enjorj a gtosj There's a full measure ol pleasure in even glass of light and livelj Blitz Weinhari Light, cool, clear lively refreshing, satisfying. if i r ! II m WEINHAkO COMPANY, OTlAN0. 01 COM i Distributed by Western Wholesalers, 1003 E. Main, Klamath Falls, Ore. From klamath's New and I'sed Construction Lumber Law Prices Cash A Carry David A. Rirhardson Spring Lake. Oregon FIX EST DAIRIES... Come Crater Lake's Fine Milks! Th WHITt MAGIC SOAP QUIZ MAN may call you on the phon. at any i fCk .m. ..Bf PREPARED... have a pockoge of WHITS MAGIC SOAP In your horn: It will help you win. 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Today he and hla son, Alfred Carlton, are 'honor-roll" producers f fin milk. I'pper photo show Mr. Carlton with grandsons, 8ammy, I and Dicky. . watching while mountain of hay are itored ta feed their fine herd through the winter month. Below It pictured th herd grating In lush lummer pasture of bluegrasa and clorer. KLAMATM FALLS CREAMERY HOME OF.... CRATER LAKE dairy products 0s

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