Herald and News from Klamath Falls, Oregon on September 21, 1949 · Page 10
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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21, 194? HERALD AND NEWS, KLAMATH OKtOJN .ACC GLVN Poster Push For Handicap Veek Drive A cuimly.wlilo IiIkIi action! ponirr contest as part ot Uin supplrinrii tary observant of National r.m-(liy the tiliyslrally hamlli'aird Week ll being tHikiirrt by lilt Klamath rIU iO-Jll rlub. The observance will take place the week ol Ortubrr 1 lii I minimally ml this city will Join In tha prn-(ram. Th mayor will olflrlally make proclamation )ul prior to Dilober a. High m'IkmiI aluririil InriuiKliuul tilt county urn akrd to umi any idea In erratum a graphic, picture on any alu poster ami aubinlt Hi poster to tlia Oregon stale employment service olllre, 3rd and Main, All MMlrra will on displayed In Hrura llocuurk company wlndnwi Valuable prlrca will be awarded to Ural, art-olid and third place winners, TliU will be tin flllh annual observance n( such prouram, art ald by lh 7Uth congrra In IM4 never! committees and service rluba arfi worklni together on the local program. Rev. Bronson New Merrill Church Head TULKLAKE. Bcpt. Jl-ltev. Hush Bronaon, pan l or of the Tulelake Community Presbyterian church haa resumed to tk tin pastoral of the Merrill Presbyterian church. His rrilunallnn we accepted at a special mertlng ot the church board Uiu week but la atlll aublrct to a vote of tha congregation which will be ilvro Sunday. Ilia resignation become elfecllv November I. Tlw church board ranted a munth'a vacation for Brv. and Mri. Hrnnaon and they will leave Immediately fnllowlnf hu laat aervlc here, Oriober 1. World Wide communion will be observed on that data. Tht paator and Mr. Broruon lint ram to Tulelaka In May. IBM. aervlnf until the end of IO:iB when he resigned to assist In a mlaalon-ary rapacity In Eastern Oregon. Ha aenrrd for five monthi, then returned ts Klamath Palls to becoina puior of Peac Memorial church, June 1. 1W0. Ha aerved there unlll November, 1M3 when ha waa recalled to tha church here. No announcement haa been made by the church board n to hu sue-ccsaor. Hollywood Opens House Dog HOLLYWOOD. Sept. 31 11 They finally got around U opening a new di home with typical Holly-wood fanfare. Even tha mayor, the California, attorney general, chief of police and sheriff turned out. Earl Ollmore. owner of oil re-flnerlra. a midget auto raclnf ta-dlum and an athletic field, waa hoat at tha affair laat hlght. Mayor rietcher Bowron anlpped a ribbon officially opening the new home of Ollmore recently acquired Scotch terrier, aa tha aaaembled dlgnltarie looked on. Afterward they all enjoyed a buffet dinner. Tha Scottla took It all very calmly. Ollmore paid the bill. Stubborn Roof Fir In Portland PORTLAND. Sept. 31 ( A stub-born roof lira at a block-long automotive aupply building reiulted In extensive amoke and water damage laat night. On fireman waa hurt. George Rotecard, president of tha Tracy and company auto electric eervlce, did not estimate the damage. He aald tha building held about I4on.ooo in atock and lioo.ooo l n equipment. Firemen aald the flrt atarted between tha roof and a celling partition. The building had recenllv been remodeled. Fireman J. II Karle had a foot Injury from itep-plng on a nalL Ai.fv; ; , B, m mm T e" 4- 7 ' i," W .;.;l ,-,. 2l Benson Back In Prison SPOKANE, Sept. 21 tJPV-Wllllam Benton, who led authorities on a two-day Irultleu ararch for a grave ho aald held the body of a: eacaped murderer, waa returned lant nlht to tha Oregon alate penitentiary. Benaon waa brought here Sunday from Columbui, Ohio, where he waa captured two week ago. He en- coped from tha Salem prion May ' 30 with John P. Plnaon, convicted Hood River. Benaon told authorltlea Plnaon waa ahot In tha avpe and that ha had burled him. But he couldn't find the grave. The official, meanwhile, etood pat on their belief that Plnaon actually la alive and la tha aama man new being nought for an armed j robbery In Idaho under the name of Joaeph Anthony Dorian. A pic- ' ture of Dorian hu been Identified "ponltlvely" a that of Plnaon, de-tectlvea aald. V, turn NEW n i rarKer wnVei dry I with wet , ink I ONLY ih 'i Yon eoulHn't ehoo6 firwr pn for irhool. New H2P ( pr. lilonmiiii thrmishmit...wjih maiinc new OcUnl itm point . . fitie linn filler. 1'iet dry- uriting Superrhromt or anr ink, 4rnlort . . . choirt ofpoinli. Get Touri now. Shaw Stationery OIL IS TAKEN FROM SHALE ROCK With scores of speciolly designed machines like this big, mobile drill, the U. S. bureau of mines believes it hos licked the cost problem which has blocked the way to effective conversion of oil shale rock into usable oil. Improved mining methods and better extraction processes developed in experimental work here are thought to hove Insured the nation's gasoline supply for centuries to come, regardless of what may hoppen to the liquid petroleum reserves. This machine is in operation at Rifle, Colo. Archivist Readies History Of Pioneer State Families HAI.RM, Sept. 31 (It-A valuable hlalorlcal record, containing the , name of every family living in Oregon In UMI. 1 being prepared by David Dunlway, atata arrhlvlut j It la being compiled from federal i caiuua record. The population ol Oregon wa I3.3D4 at that time, and 1 waa concentrated In the Wllllamelte I valley and on the coast. j Dunlway aald 3000 copied of the book would be publlahed. When II la Untitled, he will prepare a aim- i liar book for 1IU0, when the population of the atale wa 317.704. Ha aald he ha run Into aome Man Pays Off After Father's funeral UTICA. Mich.. Sept. 31 (IV-Oral B. Wright. , who run a lamp ahadt factory In Chicago, came her yeiterday to attend th funeral of hi fattier. A proreaa server tagged him at the funeral and took him before Circuit Judge Oeorge B. Hartrkk to show cause wh he waa behind In support payments for his former wife and two children-Wright admitted owing .M)40 and gave th court a certified check for tha full amount. At the time ot hla divorce In 134. Wright waa ordered to pay hu wife M a week- tough problems. The wornt Is the fact that the 18M ceiyu takers I wrote down the family name bv i ear, Instead of having the family head wrtus them down. Tills reaulled In aome wrlid spell-! Ings. Kor Instance, Uie pioneer Mar-1 Ion county Absl family was spelled Apps In the census And the spellings given to Prench-Canadlan names are something to behold. Dunlway aald. Dunlway said the book would be of great value to historian and to liersona wno want to trace their famine. Every family head will be Indraed. both by sound and by spelling. Car Fire Does Little Damage Firemen extinguished a car fire a. 1933 Melrose, about 9 30 last nunt. Cause of the blaze waa determined aa a wiring ahort. The car. parked In the garage, belongs to Harry Larson. There wa 111 lie damage done. An Inexpensive Want Ad today alii mean I t I for you tomorrowl "Saved my Life A Caa-sent las GAS-HEARTBURN" Vfcamaargtf4Mrt4 tartd eaaM (wlnhll Iff'a-rt kngt let auir l-(iiaV-b axH bawttiuril. d'ettaan lataujJIr tarraaf rlt f sira,) t' lis nKMMfteW krvmfj ilrintBalltr rlll- ruirtotmatW MM tnrfMiiBtntjagi Tal lfta SolaMtlr HHI-,i h'truj r-inW' In tiff y oar mrt 14U u iti r f OVkjM (geott'ii bxa i Q BEU-ANS for Acid Indigestion 25 121 Main Bell New Hardy's Manager ' The selection of Jim Bell as manager of Hardy a atore for men, 10 Main, was announced thu week. He succeeds Trank DeEolt, who recently moved to Ashland where he purchased an Interest In a men's apparel shop. With the transfer of Bell to Hardy, two of Klamath's veteran Main street figures are united. Fred Houston, a member of the Hardy personnel, haa been on Main street for more than 40 years, and Bell haa approximately 30 yeara of Main street aervlc to hU credit. Community College Classes NOW OPEN KUHS BUILDING Classes can be taken by anyone, for credit or not, with registration at beginning of class period. For further Information phone 2-1433 or 3219. HISTORY OP WESTERS CIVILIZATION Htst. 1 Or. Moo. and Tues.. 6 46 to I 00 p. m.. Instructor Dr. Melder, 3 terms hour, room 30B. fee 110 60. SOCIOLOGY (Hoc. 304 Mon. and Tuea. S. 10-1:2. Dr. Melder. 3 hr.. room 301. I10M. TYPINO (88 131. 123. 13'Mon. and Tues.. 6:41-1:00. Mr. Palmer, 1 hr.. 17 00. CONSTRUCTIVE ACCOUNTINO (BA 111) Mon. and Tuea., 1:10 - 9 25. Mr. Palmer. 3 hrs.. HO W. ENGLISH COMPOSITION (RHT 1111 Wed. and Thurs, :45-8:00. Dr. Brady. 3 hrs.. $10 10. SURVEY OP ENGLISH LITERATURE (ENQ 101) Wed and rhurs, :10-:2i. Dr. Brady, 3 hrs.. 110.40. COLLEGE ALGEBRA (MATH 10) Wed. and Thurs.. : 20-1:00. Ml.is Wlnrhell, 4 hr, $14 00. BIOLOGICAL SCIKNCE SURVEY (OS 101) Wed. and Thurs, 8:10-9:10. Mlaa Wlnchell, 4 hr., 110 00 plus 32 00 lab. fee. , Ik w a H SAT'""!! nrr ILAH Ymu can win om ! those Pirfc "Is raaees tar f ass Tear spf m'voar Kwnm v-a rora Mans. ypp' wMl Sadio, "Maele Ak" Heater, Overdrive, m4 WMl Sldewal Tket. Cervwol Dvty Model P-S, V I ngin. tak body, ISI-tociS whlbat PORD trvckt. ty4ppi wfffc ladto orvd MMoa4e Atr" HtMftjr.Oprltjn- mi cm prtttet t ftw top 5 of tHo 29 car rirmt)n who ipodry praforonco for a trvck On Contoit Entry llank. 25 '000 as. 'ootoocs. Savtaks Bonos 200t50US.SAM6s 'Bonos 350 25US.5AVims Bows fV&Au.YouPo! Dne to ttrf Foftl Dsefet tMlM tton eboM. t MsTrwCM fefWCIktek. free SMT Imiiim m4 f rM iMfJ Mink, Wink frets IMS rietiweet: "I ei d (rck ihoettl be Mfr cJrexhfXt eenoHkeiiy kerjMie. . 9 te M frte leee ee eetry Octobet 31 to Ford C-S CortlMt H4tqt1f, loi 4lu Chcte ll, lUieeie. entr ftfllHel mtry Onty on eairy per w er mid my c4 oowtwea. All MitriM hvori itve rr(vrf(y of Krtrd Motor 'onpny. Ontit enhjort in KrrW.l, 8tt and Itwel firuleUorvt ertti to eoatoal rulr on entry blank. id) Wtnnore' tumei wtti be ot(l e ell Ford 1 iJre not letr theo l-tvinhfr 1, IU9. nntet to open to ftS rrcitdrate at Unltd SUlae. trpt wnploywe ot FnrrJ Motor Company, Ford Iealrv' thtHr edvrtidn Ltenrtee OT Utetr laoilllae. fei Vi htank otUtnrd at any Ford 1 wlarship dtaHayinf the poatar ahotfTt at'ove. ltnl aame end eddreea elMrty. ronlj llmllH to roe-Uneatel U, B. and Aleake. ,e rrite ea Kated tm entry Mank, will be award! on tha baato of elnoflntv. , ortflnaUty end aptntaat. Jtidfre' dtwHaiona ere Anal. 1 upikate prlaae In ceae of Urn. KnUtM muat be eub-itiitivd In the name of the Trsitefd ownrr or hta dealgnated lreeanUtfve. Htft't WrKrt wt dwek FKK m yr nr m Imk (no meirtor whet Hi neki) MAKI1 ITIIRtNtJ a UHTt TrRM WINDSHItlD Wl'ltl MUmtt a tXASS HORN IAR VI I W MIRROR e OTHtft lA'ITt 'ACTOR I tin m ano Mr this Arrticnn tintOO MH9HIA, &fff Wi A ,.i i fcrHri i w ... i ft .ait ;Vte.-4 BALSIGER MOTOR CO. Main at Esplanade) Phono 3121 ENTER eTODAY I CONTEST CLOSES ' OCT. 31 FOR RENT Suitable Storage for Bulk Grain Two gasoline tank capable af holding one hundred thousand gallone each which would handle bulk gralaj storage nicelr. Located at tha Klamath Falls Municipal Airport. Mar be Inspected bv contacting Mr. Mundlin at the airport. Klamath Falls Airport Commission To-To-Tn Thrifty Thursday Girls' Cotton Blouses QOc New shipment. White and pastels. Sites 7 ta 14. Girls All Wool Sweaters .... 193293 One group of sub-twnt Corduroy Skirts Boys' Tee Shirts l,ni and short alecrea . . Boys' Jeans Rubber Boots Just arrived! New ahlpment 449 99C I".., I98 398 leons TOTS-TO-TEENS shop 602 Main Terrific Bargains in Our Store -wide r jhAroAn'irf3R all aaj ' - Sale Starts Thursday, Sept. 22nd Tinnni LrGuvJ LrilLS WAS NOW 5-pc. Mahogany Bedim Set 31 9.95 249.88 4-pc. Walnut Bedroom Set 149.95 109.88 3-pc. Maple Bedroom Set 125.00 89.83 One Group Swing Rockers 34.95 24.88 Limited Quantity Swing Rockers .. 39.95 29.88 Beautiful Swing Rockers 74.95 49.88 WAS 2-pc. Mohair Living Suite 229.95 2-pc. Yeiour Living Suite 198.50 2-pc. Blue Yelcur LR. Suite 169.95 Walnut Lamp Tables 19.95 Assorted Blonde End Tables 12.95 Fine Quality Floor Lamps 19.95 NOW 169.83 149.83 129.83 1188 8.83 14.83 Many Other Item Not Listed 0 "gd-JS M II lUnUIMM If IIHUMII 1 11 IE 11 "III U LbliDLHJUU LblHJULbUU I mm UUVJLDt-!J Brlnf Room Mnunrrmfnt WAS NOW Bring Room MMuaremrnt WAS NOW 9'x12' Axminster Rugs 59.95 9'x12' Axminster Rugs 84.50 9'x 9' Axminster Rugs 58.95 9'xl2' Velvet Rug, one 101.90 9'x12' Am. Oriental Wilton 139.95 9' Broadloom 5.95 39.83 9' Broadloom Carpeting.,. ,. 1 8.95 69.88 9' Broadloom Carpeting... 9.95 34.88 Armstrong Asphalt Tile,,.,. Specially 79.88 9'x12' Linoleum Rugs 100.00 6' & 9' Print Yardage 6 Inlaid Linoleum aq. yd. SPECIAL PRICED 85c 3.88 aq. jd. 12.83 7.88 1.00 6.88 69c 1.49 EVERY STOVE MUST BE CLEARED! A.G.M. Oil Circulator Sturdy Wood Circulator Olympic Oil Cook Stove WAS NOW WAS NOW 87.95 59.88 Olympic Coal-Wood Range 169.95 109.88 69.50 49.88 Mealmaster Coal-Wood Rg. 143.90 109.83 .197.50 99.88 Trash Burner. 1 only 79.95 59.83 230 Main St. Phon 7150

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