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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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Tiiltor toW- , .
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r loved from Kurt Klamath to tlilfl
f"10" ... ...... n,nlr homo during thu
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t o HnrrlB, who oporntos tiro
,'..'. nt .iimiiv Crook, Ib lit tlio
ltwiu"""" : ,... tlu ,i
icndlnB to oH'or 'Irlunt mnt-
jteri of buslncBH.
vwalt nml Mr. Zwiilt lft this
mornlnK on tlio train for tholr homo
in oaklond, California. Mr. .wait
tujiccn In JCInmntnh for nhout two
ck luyl"B cniuo.
Harry Allon, president of thu Orc-
wlio liaH noon noro mr
I). I'ortor of Now
McMnniiB of San
mr. iinu mm, jhi. I'rouur aro
town from tholr ranch at Malln.
Mm, Frank Ilhlloy of OiIubbii lofl
thlB morning for Callfomlan jiolntB
to pond tho wlntor.
Mm. Do 'Armond of Swnn Lnko
loft today for (IrantB I'iibii and Mod
ford whoro Mho will visit with friends
and rolatlvoH for tho wlntor.
Mm, W. I, Klllott ciinio up from
tho Elliott honiOHload al Malln to
dny to spend tho wook and vlHlt with
tlio children who nro horo nttondlng
JAPS TO HUM: HAWAII
IN KOUHTUn.N YHAICS
Within fourteen yoaM Hawaiian
horn Japanese will hold tho political
control of Hawaii, accordlni; to tho
Itov. Umataaro Okuin
out .Itimitiosu cleruvmn
fl plllirrll rnnviitif Inn III t f rinfilltti, 1.11111,011,
tho Dcor Head drill. Pink La
Franco rosos and tullo woro UBod In
decoration 'with kowo bridt api
favoM and during tho evening tho
KUOBtH woro ontortnlncd by Httlo
MIbb Jean Thompson an accomplish
ed dancer jib woll n music by tho
Mr. and Mrs. (Jlvim will mnko
tholr homo In Illy whoro Mr. Olvan
Jb engaged In Btock rutBlng.
MrB. Olvan Ib n toachor In tho local
High School. 8ho formerly nttcnt-l
od tho UnlvoMlty of Oregon nnd was
a momhor of tho Delta Delta Delta
Sorority and popular In Hchool circles
Thoso Invited besides tho honor
guest wore: Mrs. draco Drlscoll, Mm.
Frnnk Frankford, Mrs. J. N. divan,
Mrs. Hdniund dowor Mm. A. J. Voyo,
Mrs. Itodcrlck Smith, Mrs. Louis
Hoagland, Misses Agnes Leo, Allco
lira, a nroniln-1 McCourt' MnrBnrt Colahan, Mildred
in, speaking all ('",n,la" f'oraldlno Wntt, Claudia
Inez Thompson, Hess Kll-
To prepare for tho Inevitable, do-
oHsentlal that greater effort! bo made
to Americanize tho younger .Tapancso
who nro growing Into tho franchise.
Inez Kllgoro, Hazel Olvan,
dared tlio Itov, Mr. Okumura, It lB!""ry "eggondorfor. Betty daddls,
jo i.mv, mom unusiuin, vorn inomp
son, Jean Thompson, Karl Montgom
ery, Inn dould, Ina drahnm, Claudia
Ilrlscoo car' $475 at
"PAID IN ADVANCE"
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Iron Wi """ rinmji il HHui
L.mt day In tho Interest of pa-
trlolle movements, loft UiIb morning
Ion tho train for rormuiii.
Mrs. Q imiiioii, nccompanled by A Companion Picture to
Mri. J- u '"" "" v. 1 he Spoilers,' at the
l0g for IlBlillltoil i;uy, unniiirnm,;
ihero eho will spotlit n roupio in.
necks visiting at tho homo of Mm
Everett (Jrllllth of Merrill loft 1Mb
morning for Ashland, whoro ho will
spend tho wlntor. Mr. drlllllh re-,
ports that IHh fathor, Judgo drlf-;
(lb, ho removed there somo tlmo
aco. I Krcatly Improved In health
since his residence In Ashland. ,
Mr. nnd Mrs Mntt Ugnn nro In
iton on mntteM of hiiBlness. Mr.
Egan Is superintendent of tho Al
oraa Lumber company. K. J. John
ion, president of tho company, Ih
also hero on mnttorn In connection
llh tho company's lnterotB.
Miss llurnarillno Hnnnon nnd.
little Miss Helen Msher of South
Bend, Washington, who bivo been
spending the past two weeks vlntt
Ing nt the homo of Miss Hnnnnn's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Hnnnon,
left this morning for tholr homo In
South Dcnd, Washington.
"I'uld In Advance," stirring Dor
othy I'hllHlv and an all-star cast, In
a gripping picture of tho frozen
north, written by the famous au
thor, James Oliver Curwood, and
staged regardlcis of oxponso, umld
marvelous mountain sconery. The
dramatic story, of n girl who was
Hiiowcd In at a lawless mining camp
and bad to mnko a great decision.
A story oven hotter tbnn "Tho Spoll
om." Don't miss It. At tho Star
Thoutro Sunday and Monday.
ltrlsroo car $475 nt Howie's. Just
giving It'nwny. 24-2t
S oc i e t y,
Mrs. H. T. divan, a recent hrlde,
who was Jo Drlscoll was tho honor
guest ThiiMilny night when hor sis
tors tho Misses Agnes and Lethn
Drlncoll nnd MIfs Illancho WOTron
cntortnlncd for hor at a delightful
dinner party In the banquet room of
Ycstordny afternoon Mrs. J. H.
Ilratton entertained at luncheon nt
hor homo on High Htroet In honor of
otto of hor girlhood frlendH, Mrs,
(Jeorgla Martin and Mrs. Martin's i
daughter, Mrs. Wesley dlbson, a re
cent brlclo. Tho house was nrtlstl-1
cally decorated In autumn colors and !
presented n pleasing nppearanco.
i Tho guests woro delightfully cn-
tortnlncd by Bovoral piano solos ren-j
dercd by Miss IClIzabeth HaniBby whoj
Is giving gr,cat promise us a musiei-j
nn of moro than ordinary ability, i
I Mrs. Ilratton's guests boildof tlioi
i guests of honor wore: Mesdnines n.j
A. Kmmltt, F. H. Mills, Carey Rams
by, Hownrd f'an Vnlkenburg, deorge
I IJIohn, George Humphrey, Sam i
Summers, I'ntil Johnson. John Jobn-(
son, Gcorgo Hum, Au&tln Hayden.
c. H. Martin, d. A. Massey, Ljle,
Mills, Frnnk Nelson. W. T. Shlvo.i
! doorgo T. Walton, A. M. Worden.
1 Henry Nownhnm, Ivy North and
tho .Misses Maudo Baldwin, VIo'ln
Campbell, Helen Caldwell and Hliza
J To raise monoy for a plpo organ
for tho new I'rcsbytorian church.
' We Pay
4 Per Cent
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Klamath State Bank
' 'THE DAYLIGHT BANK"
Corner Sixth and Main
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"Evening of Dreams," but say that it j Addle Walker, R. A. Emmltt, Paul
won't bo as sleepy as that sounds. ' Johnson, Harry Richardson. O. M.
There will be no admission charged i Hector, Addle Zwaldt, Joe Lane.
as thoy plan to extract the money as
painlessly as possible after the crowd
is there. It won't bo a pipe dream.
somo of tho girls of tho church are ' but a pipe organ dream.
planning n "stunt
at tho Moose Hall.
They call It an
I'm for AMERICA through and through;
I'm for the old' RED, WHITE and BLUE
Today, tomorrow and the next day, too,
Tm an AMERICAN; what are you?-
Miss Esther Calkln3 ontertaine'
Informally nt cards Wednesday even
ing In honor of Miss Velma Meredith
who wlll'loave soon for Portland.
St. Paul's guild met at the homo
Newham, Steinmetz and Humphicy.
Miss Bessie Tull and Emmltt
North took their friends on a hiking
party Sunday to the McCorm3cii
Ebther McAndrews, Waive Drew,
Mary Deggondorfer, Inez draliam,
and Dr. Fred Westerfeld, Frank
Griffith, Frank Sloan and. Mr.
fairs given during the week by the
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FRST STATE & SAVINGS BANK
& 'KLAMATH STATE BA'NK, or
CHARLES WOOD EBERLEIN, County Chairman.
Mesdames Earl Whltlock. H. N. Moe.f Beatrice Walton Mrs. Frye,
J. C. Brockenbrought. Fred Sballock
and Mrs. II. D. Mortensen
A Jolly crowd of picnickers tramp
ed to the headgates on the west side
Wednesday evening where a Jiuge
bon fire w bsualbtiaLheBoR ohust.
leal selections by Catherine
Melba, Tom Merideth and his sister
Miss Merideth and A. Itoberts. A
duet by Mrs. Will Halloway arid
Mrs. R. I. Merritt, and an organ solo
by Frank Robinson. Address of
welcome was given by Edmund M.
Chllcote, and Lawrence Phelps spoke
bon fire was built and dinner servecj.j on the work of the Epworth League.
After the dinner the bon fire afforded I There were talks also by Mr. Merritt
a good opportunity to roast chest-J and Rev. Chaney.
nuts and spin yarns. Those present) A social hour and reception follow
wore the Misses Faye Hogue, Parker, ied the program, together with games
Jennie nnd Anna May Johnson, I and light refreshment!).
rancn wnere a picnic dinner wasi
served. Those who- enjoyed'
pleasant trip were: Pearl Blehn,
Stella Turner, Frances Humphrey,
Eva Jenkins, Frieda Madison, Bessie
l Tull, George Carr. Homer Garich,
of Mrs. Chas. J. Martin Thursday Clifford Hogue, Roger Montgomery.
.. t -1 A 1 1 nAln nnlnn rtll T-n.7.1I Tl,.l.. T 1 .1 '
aiiernoun. jv biiurt uumue&a uaaiun
was held after which tho remainder
of tho afternoon was spent in neeaie
work and music.
The members present were:
Mesdajies J. IL Garrett, Louis
Hoagland, C. B. Cozad. W. Re'.l.
Thos. Hampton, B. O. Withrow, C. M.
Ramsby, O. D. Burke, J. D. Morgan,
J. C. Brockenbrough, L. M uminij,
L. Terwilllger, H. Carter, J. Foster,
P. V. Burke, D.'IL Kuykendall, C.
Frankford, S. E. Martin, F. A. Pat-
TlcTc, A. Worsley, I. Morrison, Mics,
Verda Cozad, Mrs. C. J. Martin.
Tho Visitors were:
Mrs. James McClure. Mrs. J. H.
Galllgher, Mrs. Fred Murphv. M'
Williams, Mrs. Rose Soule Bratton,
Mrs. John Moore, Mrs. H. Hosley,
Mrs. E. L. Hosley.
Miss Fannie Virgil entertained on
Tuesday evening with a small needle
work party. The guests were Misses
Gertrude Parker, Jennlo Johnston,
Faye Hogue, Allco Palmer, Eunice
Vandenburg, P.atton and Mrs. E. Vir
gil Dainty refreshments were ser
Miss Fayo Hoguo entertained Fri
day evening the following guests be
ing Invited: Lena Guest, Jennie
Johnston, Maudo Carolton, Eunlca
iVandenburg , Ruth Avory, Fannlo
Virgil and Mrs. Wlllard Johnson.
The evening wns spent with needle
work. One of tho social events of the
coming week and ono that Is looked
forward to with a wreat deal of
pleasure Is the social evening to be
given Tuesday evening by tho officers
of Aloha Chapter O. E. S. to their
Past Officers. This lsr a yearly event
In the Lodge and one that is greatly
enjoyed by both officers and members
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith enter
tained at a delightful little dinner
party Wednesday evening when they
had as th'olr guests the Misses Ruth
Avery nnd Alleen Smith and Messrs
Wilson and Ranshaw.
Mrs. George L. Humphrey wns
hostess to tho Happy Hour Club this
wook at hor homo on Eighth Street.
The afternoon wns pleasantly spent
Jn sewing' and convorftion. after
which refreshments worn served.
Thoso present were: Mesdames Geo,
"Biohn, John Hamilton, S T. Sum
mers, W, Templor, Jennlo Hurn,
A reception was given at tne Sieth
odist Church' last evening to Rev.
theiS. J. Chaney, who was sent by the
Methodist Conffrenco to Klamath
Falls. Mr, Chaney comes from Idaho
where he has been very successful ,ln
his ministry. He Is exceptionally
well qualified to fill his post at Klam-
Delos Mills. Freddie Blehn. Harold 'P-m a. W reason ot lis eaucauon,
Bateman, Chester Schreiver and training, experience and pergonal aa
Emmltt North. Mrs North and Mrs. ' "Ptability to new environments.
Tull chapeioned the young people. J A large crowd was In attendance
'at the church'and an excellent pro-
There were a few small social af-' grain was rendered, including mua-
The Mezzanine Room, on the second floor of
.The Deer Head Grill, is now open for your inspec
tion. We solicit your patronage for teas, banquejts
or special parties. Our music is unexcelled, and
with an excellent floor for 'dancing, it will be pos
sible to give parties under conditions most fa
vorable for the convenience of the hostess and the
pleasure and comfort of the guests. Phone your
orders to 444, or see us personally. We will
convince you of our ability to give you the best of
service and satisfaction.
The first floor of The Grill is devoted to coun
ter and tables, where you may enjoy our quick
service and good food at any time.
Our prices are right.
THE DEER HEAD GRILL
619 and 621 Main Street
Fred W. McManus, Prop.