Herald and News from Klamath Falls, Oregon on September 26, 1949 · Page 3
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Herald and News from Klamath Falls, Oregon · Page 3

Klamath Falls, Oregon
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Monday, September 26, 1949
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MONDAY, StN. HbKALU AND NEWS, KLAMAlh t-ALLi, (JktCON i rmr WEATHER STREAM YAH Ta att tlJ Laal ' " " Normal ! WUTN tINKUUN: tell ludi en Tuaaar MM I" el,h. ""' mini aa nimiiiix in.'" HUH litiiighl u lo SO Norm erlr to awlheealerlir wtnde ol S a rallaa an hour 11 mil al aee IH' Midi) wlndi on liumeoiala roa.l. EABI'tHN OMIAION fair liUr Tuaadar HUH. bulh '' i". "J. liwa loniartl J" lu . fiallt lit roloer vail" 1 '! '.. .... ......HA. v.ttlv eluurtr lodar And Tue.ila. rtt' ahoara. iiu In acinar, aorlion Thuitaaratorma In aoulharn mountain. Warmer In norlh tola?. UanUa ailal.la "SlKIl"" 'iUv'Ia VAUJtV r.ir tod. err Tua.ilav. Nartheealerlr llula al It In JO itillaa an hnor during MarinNin jn.r, lona. aa. Law lunllhl w "" Navy Harvlr- Jerry A. Bllppv, teaman U8N. ton ol Mr. end Mis. led Slippy ol Allura. mid Jiiwpli D. Oilman, fireman. UMN, aim uf Mr. nd Mr. L'larriua E Collman of Dunamuir hava actively P"l I pa 14 m trAlnliil exerciaee called 'Operation Mial." larse ecala IU ctivlty in mt rariuc. . lUnary Mr. Wealey Guclerlan. 1306 California, had major aura-fry ai Klamath Valley hoapUAl early Munilay mamliif. Mr. and Mra. t Cowed ol Wundrr wert here lor tha week-end and llltlt Htephanie Owterian returned lo Uw valley ; allh the Conred to remain during ' her mother a convaleaceme. j Returns llama Mr. W C. Mi'Lott j ol Orand Kaplda. Mich., lell I Thuraday on the plana lor her home. Hht had been vt.lllin her I ai.ier. Mra. T. M. Weber l VM i Arthur aireet, ho had a bad tall' two week, aio. HI it la Improving ! lowly. Ta fortland Mr. and Mra lMit U-ola Cailal. left lir Portland on the week-end and will return Thurxlay. Mra. Low rraisnrd her poaiiion At Weyerharuaer Timber company office Una pan week and will o to Portland with her husband who enter hla lirat year at tha Unlveralty ol Oreinti school ol medicine, ThlniMe Club The Thlmhle rluh ol Nen hbnra ol Woodcraft will meet Wrdneariey at I p m. at the heme I Ida MorhctUl. MM N llh. Alter th buainaKa nieeting whut And pinorhl will be played and all member! And trienda Art Invited WaaA-end VUII Mr. and Mra Lauia Warrtn And dauinter Nanry drovA to Prineville oter tn week-nd ta ytalt Mra. Warran'a parenu. Mr. And Mra. Lud'lf Peteraon. guuU l lub TtiA regular Quota club niiiuthly dinner meeting will ba held Uilglit At 6:30 At tha PelltAii party rm. Thenia ol tha program will be "Hark lo School," preaentrd by Program Chairman Aimabelle NewUin. Mra. Hubert Udell will aieak on tha early hliUiry ol Klarn-alh county. UuotA membera Ara Invited Ui meet with the Kiwanla rlub at tha latter a regular luncheon meeting Ihla Thuraduy. Kegular MeeUng Tha Klallialll Art aaaoclatliin will hold Ita regular meeting WedneMlay at I pm. In tha Urumbaugh atudlo al Pine drove. Tliera will be An Mhlbll ol wurk dune In tha Auguat workahop by AMorlatlon membera and !! people. Vlaltora are Invited to Attend. Maker Hound Dorothea Riling-ain, daughter ol Mr. and Mra. K. P I'JIingaoii, UM Pacllic Terrace, i.fi inr uker and Unity yeaterday i lo vlait Mr. and Mra. Big Klllng- ann. Dorothea will return witn ner mother In Hit mlddlt ol tht week. 'I t Hoapltal-VlolA HlAama, 840 N. 10th, a moved by Kaler'a Ainliu-lame Ui HllMile nnapltul at 10 it) p in. HaturUay lor medli al cart. Hhe became III at tha K calt on Klamath kvtnue. Mra. Htrarug la an employe ol Hit renlAurant. Udlea Ald-Tlie Ml. Ukl Udlea Aid will meet WedntatlAy In tht Henley grange hall at 2 put. Co-hoateaaea lor tht aTurrnuun will bt Mra. Bcotl Ttiompaon, Mra. Ward Dolan and Mra. K-lella Hill. Training Tht Ural training courat aeaalon lor Olrl Scout lead-era and co-leAdera both new and experienced, will bt Wedneaday nuirnlng form 30 to II 30 at Iht Klrat ProbyterlAn church. Heed-end trip Mr. and Mra. MrlvUl Miller, 1IMI Mauianlta. aient tht week-tnd In Chlco. They vialted Irlenda and returned B u n-day. Hub Meeta Tht Anibrlcu club will hold a meeting tonight, Monday, at I p.m. in tht Zion Lutheran church baaement. Hoateaaea art Helen Rlghtruler And Kay Altman. Jury (all The regular circuit court Jury panel la called for Thuraday al 10 am. County Clerk Charlie DeLtp aaid today. a Ufa MagsatBA paga 14. Iep4. M taaaaa, Rorr.E Rorr.R. yaw QglllaA Damlat. Kummage Hale The Molhera rluh f Haired Heart acAdemy will hold A rummage aale Priday and Haturday rleptember 10. and Octo ber I at 6J0 Main, lormeny wnn-man Drug company. Bring rum-, mage to tht academy. Pilot Training Aviation Cadet O. C. Hortla, eon ol Mr. u. w. iiiirtia mo Kiiaewav drive, haa re cently graduated from Air Force I oa tic pilot traiiilng at Connally A.r Porte bate. Waco, Tenaa. j Plrturea Dlaplayed -The Woman auxiliary ol 81. Paul a will meet I Thuraday at the Pariah Hall. At 2 I p. m. aeveral plcturea by Mra. P. C. Wiaaenbach will be dlaplayed. Via- 1 Itnra Are welcome. . Tt Men r'rAnrlara) Merlon Al-bre'hl, daughter ol Mr. and Mra. Kmll Albrerht. left lor Ban Pratl-claco Priday morning. Hhe attended the Htaulord-Harvard football game Haturday. and la planning to return next week. Returna la Hrhaol lirnthy Collier returned to the Umveraily ol Oregon ftunday After .pending the week with her pArenu. Mr. And Mra. Alfred Collier. Dorothea W1U bt a junior thla year. la Portland Dat Underbill, who holda down tht night deak at Tht HerAld And Newi, apent tht week-tnd In Portland, returning Monday aturnoon. Pollack St. Paula Eplaropal guild will hold a potiuck dinner Wedneaday. t 10 p m , At tht church. I Hartal luk The Social club ol Prooptrtty Rebekaj lodge will meet at Die home ol Dacle Hoover. 3514 j HIiaalA way on Wedneaday. lor a j politick luncheon At 1 p. m. I hejournera Membera of go-1 Journera will meet Wedneaday tor a , no-hnateaa luncheon at 1 p. m. At tht Wlllard hotel. Carda will follow TRAFFIC VICTIM PORT1.AND. Sept. J IA1 Mra. Laura B. Pirule, Portland, waa lixed aa tht clty'a loth prdeatrian tiaffic a!ctim today. Hlie waa fatally Injured Haturday night. irl Scouts Need Leaders Although twenty-two new leader have been added to tha Olrl Hcout1 roater there la A crying need for I many more, according to Mra. Dorothy Ooehrlng, organization chair man. Volunteera will be welcomed ! with open arma both by the office and by tht many glrla who art un- i I ablt lo form troopa becauat of the I lack of leauera. Ella Redkey at tht j Olrl Scout offlct will bt happy to talk with anyone thinking of be-! coming a leader, and much h f I p ! I provided by both IocaI And n a-1 llonal olflcea lor conducting the j troop meeting!. I I A t preterit there Art 710 glrli J regiatered And many more on tnei waiting llal. It l hoped that leader. , can be aupplled In t ahnrt time lor the troopa that can t be lormed without them. I New leader. The new leader, and tht neigh- borh.,od they work In Are: Mn. A. W. DAiinelley And Mra. Wlmer In Falrvlew, Mra. iteroen pouara In Shatta, Mr.. Ed Dingman and , Mra. J. A. Mullin In Falrvlew. Mr.. P. J. Walker And Mr.. William George In Alt.mont, Mra. 8. H. i BAblger I n HhAttA. Mn. Leslie i ; Llngarhelt I n Riverlde, M r .. j Jamet M. ' Brown In Shama. Mra j , Carl Ongga In Falrvlew. Mn. R. O. i I Walker In Allamonl, Mra. Everilt i ' Ohborn In 8liata. Mra. Melvln Olb- I auu and Mra. E. L. Tracy In AHA- i mont. Mra. A. B. Oibaon And Mra. Wilfred Srhulmlrt t n Allamonl. I Mra. A. M. Blake and Mra. M. D. I j Kiout In Roonevelt. Mr.. E. V. Zell 1 In Conger. Mra. J. A Becker And i Mr. Ora Bmbon In Mllla and Mra. I i William Templin. who haa A aenior troop at the high achool. The leader ol A Olrl Scout troop 1 not only ha the opportunity ol help- I lug aeveral girl lo become better citizen, but alto will find her Job haa many reward. In making her own Hit richer and more aalittying Tlie main objective ol Scouting art WAHHINOTON IA; In 40 year to help girl work, play and plan,. "'1 bean have riven from almott and thu becomo better world cm- nothing to one ol tht mtjor U. 8. Soy Beans Become Major Crop WAHHINOTON (, In 40 una. in the court ol thu the girl, learn new .kill, broeden their horl-lon. manage troop butineu, live up lo tht tint Ideal ol Scouting, all tht whllt having a good time. A leader ahould plan on giving about threa hour a week to Olrl Hcout work. And can count on much aid from tha local office. VacAjirlea Hert Art tht vacancle. luted by Mra. Ooehrlng: Intermediate leader lor the Hhuta dltlrlct, two Brownie and out Intermediate leader for Roonevelt, two Brownie and one Intermedial for Pairview, two Brownla and ont Intermedial for Mill., two Brownie And one inter-medlale And ont aenior for Fremont, two Intermeinatt leader, each for PelkAn City, Henley. And Rlvertide; And a Brownie, Inter-medial and aenior leader for Alla-mont. crop, auy W. J. Mort ol tht U. S. department ol agriculture. The department Iirtt became Interested In the crop In 1H08. Tht bran, w-ert imported Irnm China. At lirtt there waa little tut made ol them in thl rountry. Moat-ly they were planted when some other crop lalled. Then they were uted lor many years mainly A A lorage crop. Alter 1930. however, toy bean began to have a place In many crop rotation.. Now they art widely ued Aa A CAh crop. Tht beAiu Are aold for food and Induatrial lues. Army command ceaed to txlxt In 1Mb, j ' ' 7 ' INSULATE NOW! With Blown-In ROCKWOOL F.tlimalea Without Obligation Law FHA Term H. KENRIS ROOFING CO. fia Hope Ht. Pbona IUI HEARING AIO AUTHORITY TO CONDUCT FREE HEARING TEST IN KLAMATH FALLS WIN EM A HOTEL 10 A. M. o 5 t. M. Wednesday, Sept. 28th Evening, by Appointment. Mr. Walter R. Kendall, well -know a hearing aid aperlalUt. will ahow aeveral near developtnente direct from tht Beltane Labora-lorlea, Alan ehown la the popular Invlalbl ear mold whlrb eliminate the button In the ear. Battertra available lor all aid. Hponaored by Beltone and Jamei N. Toft & Associates 214 Lrveretl Rldg. Medlsrd. Oregon Ge rman Allowance Setup Confused BERLIN. Oermany OP, In the confusion that reigned in the cloalng daya of the war. Prau Schwarzen-auer got a higher family allowance for her aoldler husband than she wa entitled to. Recently, ahe received a letter i from the bank through which the I government payment were made. It aald the had to pay the money ; back. Her husband. Paul, protested i to the bank. But tht officials were i stubborn. Take It up with the German army command.' they aaid. The; WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT I0 PAY MORE MeHfSTmYofELECTRfWTY r CLLE j , i " ! mm l '1L' ACTUAL PRACTICE: IM THIS COUNTRV TrVO-THIR.DS OF OUH ELCCTRlClTV COMES FBOAA COAL. AND VUDSTOF THE KEMAIMD6K FRONA WAT(2 POWER. CALIFORNIA OREGON POWER COMPANY FRESH HEARING AID BATTERIES For All Aids raalaga rait Medford Beltone Hdqi. -II l,,r,lit ftlHr Mult-, iWosr ELECTRICAL DISCCveeiES CAM6 TH6 hard WAV. INJ 1745 C. O.VOal KLCIST rVAS CXP6RIM6WTINJO VVITH A GLASS JAR AKJO REC6IV6D WHAT rVAS PHOBAE4LV THE flKST SOLID MAN-MADE- SHOCK. ALTHOUCH i THE INCIDENT WAS PAINFUL, IT LEO TO THE DISCOVERY Or THE LCVOEN OA. WHEN WILL THE POWER AT TOKETEE FALLS START GENERATING ELECTRICITY? The first of the eight plants will be operating in the fall of 1949. The remaining plonts will be installed progressively between the periods 1950 and 1953. HES1 UfltfV i-or bTiminess, Coughs of Colds Tea know-. tike million of other how wonderfully effective Vlck VtpoRub Is when you rub It on. Now. ..here's amaxIruT, pedal relief when i there a much coushlne or atuffines. that "chokrd-up" feellrut. It's VapoHub In Blram 1 a . . end It brlnea relief almott liufanflyr Put 1 or 2 Apoonlul of VApoKub In Aporlxer or bowl of boillne water. Then breathe In the aoothlne. medicated vapors, a'twr brrafh eaaea coushinf Apatma, make brrathlni eaier. And to prolonc relief rub VapoHub on throat, cheat and back. Us If in ileom . . . Rub it on, toot Vi' 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 S219. - " ' ' HISTORY or WESTER V CIVILIZATION (Hi.t. 1011 Mon and Tur. ( 45 to I 00 p. m . InKructor Dr. Melder, J term, hours, room 301. lee 110 M. SOCIOLOOY (8or. SX Mon. and Tue. , I 10 - 35. Dr. Melder, 1 hra.. room 20S, $10 50. TYPINO 183 121. 113. 1231 Mon. and Tut... 1 45-1 00, Mr. Palmer. I hra. 17 00. CONSTRUCTTVE ACCOUNTTNO 'BA 1111 Mon. and Tuet. 8 10- 21. Mr. Palmer, 1 hra. S10 60. ENOLISH COMPOSITION iRHT 111) Wed. and Thurs.. 45- 00. Dr. Brady, hra.. 110 W. SURVEY OF ENOLISH LITERATURE iENO 101) Wed and Thura.. S 10-S 2S. Dr. Brady, 1 hr., S1010. COLLEGE ALGEBRA i MATH 10i Wed. and Thurs. ( 20-1:00, Miaa WincheU. 4 hr. 114 00. BIOt-OOICAL HCIFNCE SURVEY "OS 101i--Wed. and Thura, t 10-9 SO. Mist Winchell, 4 hra, (1000 plua S2 00 lab. fe. wlotea... NtW YORKt. I-DOOR SEDAN does more lhan youll ask of any car raatLet the car prove it! (Try rfrtvlna without thirling in I lie car with the aimpleit atilnmalio lrn.ini.inn n( all a the car that five you complete control. Wade through flood and atorm that .would stall any other carl You'v the (ir.l and only witrprool ignition lyslrnf on any painj(er oar. Leek wndar tha fenders and body, there's ' Iprotaetiv undcrcoatins; no nlhsr car Cel. ; tn factory. Look al the Safely Kim wlicc' . . , hlimoiila can't throw a tire under alnmal any normal dri itid-Sae how common tni and imagination in cntfiiiccrinit and rcacarch make ynu more cninliirliilile. With cliair-licitfht scata. With hcaiitiliil inicriora (or (nil aire people. Telephone your nearby Chrysler dealer ... he will hrinit the car tn your door. In any body atyle, 4-donr Sedan, Club Cniine, (xinvertihle Coup, tlie powerful 8-cylinder Now Yorker will do more (or you than you'v atketl of any other car. Spend IS minutts with tht beautiful (msh All AO MTUrt ON SOY At WMOtOI SAaAToeA niw voaara Moons DIMBAT MOTORS . 239 Main St. M In lour Chrilr lt1r't "MAMMY KA YK HHOU ROOM ' TVf R Y MONPAY W'f f)Nf MOAT FHinAY :S PM STATION Km The Symbol of Quality You've seen this world-famous symbol of fine clothes in LIFE, POST, COLLIER'S and other national publications. 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