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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, ORE&M
Note Owing to lack of space tho
ocloty section was crowded out of
Saturday's Issue. Tho fact thnt the
UoniB wore written for publication
Saturday should lio taken Into u.n
Idcrntlon If the reader discovers
nn apparent discrepancy In dates.
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WATCH FOR THE BIG ;
Thanksgiving without entertain
ing would bo a dismal affair Tho
very name, of Thnnksglvlng sug
gests merry parties that meet about
tho dinner table, famllv reunions,
vacntlons, dances, a cordial weleomo
to rrlends and relatives, and the real
plrlt of hospitality.
Ono of tho mosf Interesting af
faire of tho week was thn Thanks
clvlng danco at tha l-lka pompIe
Wednesday night. V Inrgt' irowd of
Elks and their whoa and sweet
hearts attended thh most success
ful dance. Kvery one had a splen
did time, and enjoyed Miemselves
especially. In swinging their part
ners In tho circle two-steps, which
wore greatly applauded. Tho best
or music and a lively crowd made
tho dance successful. Punch was
served throughout tho evening.
Mr. and Mrs George Watt enter
tained at a Thanksgiving dinner
Thanksgiving Day. Thoso seated at
tho table were: Miss Twyln Head
Mls3 Alice McCourt. Mr. and Mrs
George Watt and children, Gerald
Ine, Roland, and Tom.
Miss Josephine Low entertained
at dinner Thanksgiving Day. The in
vited guests were: Hex McMillan, W.
W. Potter, Irene Santamau and
A musical was held at the home of
Mrs. A. J. Voye Tuesday"night. Mls
Lctha Drlscoll being the honored
gnest. The guests were favored
with six selections by Miss Leotta
Noud, and a selection bv Miss Dris-
Are,U3ed to flavor one
Jifly-Jell dessert. The juice
is condensed and sealed in
This is one of oar best
fruit flavors. Compare it
with the old-style quick
10 Flavor, at Yoar Grocer1
2 Packages for 2S CnU ,
'coll. Miss Noud is to sing, "White
Blossom's" from D. W. Griffith's
wonderful production "Broken Blos
soms", which Is to bo shown at the
Liberty Theatre on the 21st, and
22nd of December.
Miss Drlscoll Is leaving Monday
morning for San Francisco, whoro
sbo will study vocal music under
Fuella Wagar Coplln, dramatics of
Miss Joseph! Kincald.
The regular meeting of the P. E.
O. Society was held at tho home of
Mrs. Verio Brewbaker Monday night.
Mrs. McCow of Portland, state In
spector of tho society was here at
this meeting. She just returned from
fa convention which was hold at Den
ver, and told at tho meeting about
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r and Baggage
ANYWHERE IN THE CITY
pnrtmont. Tho regular Issue of 'TIio
Tntlor" read on this occasion vtai
pronounced nn unusually good edi
tion with Pearl Lundy, Kdltor-lu
Chief and read by Forrest Cooper.
Florence Dlllard guvo un unusually
good recitation on "What an old
maid has to bo thankful for." Tho
"Wedding Chorus" was rendered by
tho Girls Glee Club.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Hobortson
had as thulr guests at their homo In
tho Hot Springs Addition, Mr. and
Mrs. H. F. Reynolds, Thanksgiving
day. The Reynolds' reside at- tho
White Pelican Hotol.
The ladles of Sacred Heart Church
ttnvn Kiiun Hilttvlnc rhnmuitlvan urlftt
the convention. Mrs. Fred Fleet wasi .... . . .. I
...... i . .u i rn, tho annunl Important ovent of tho'
Parish the bazaar to bo field Dec
ember 11, 12,13 at the Mooso Hall.
Initiated into tho society. Thoso
present were, Mrs. R. O. Groesbeck,
fo rtrfn Pnrniiot Mn Vorln RrnW.
Lt,' ua AhV w,.n m,. sm Extensive arrangements .have nl-
' , .. ., . ready been made by tho committees
Evans, Mrs. Frances Beatty, Mrs. A. ' . ,v .. i
' v-0 . .,, In chargo and besides the booths for
M. Collier. Mrs. McCaw and Mrs. I . ... '
(ale, fourth part, accompanied by
Ginovii Glenn, Piano Thoro In, In
deed, great promise of u musical
future for these young girls and
thoso who wore ptvsont urged the
slstor to present hur pupils In, larg
er quarters soon that everyone may
have an opportunity of hearing
them to hotter udvnntugu. Follow
ing Is tho pregram:
Tho Thrush Rich
Reading St. Cecilia
Sonata Op. 79 Beethoven
Mighty Lak' a Robo Novln
Chlorlno Ryan, Catborlno Ulrlch
Valso Bloue Margls
My Heart Is Singing .. . Sans Soucl
Elizabeth Ramsby, Opal Cnrdwell
Vesper Dolls Krogman
Anita Lawreiice, Romana Rail
Whro Blossoms Grow . ..Sans Soucl
Florence nnd Clarice Elliott
Shopberd's Song Kern
Kong of tho Sunny South (By request)
"Violet Gale. Chlorlnu It) an
TliituknghiiiK KugeiKi Fluid
Tho Boy'H CliuriiH
W. Ilnnnou nnd It llnguo, Violins,
C. Riley, Piano.
IAmour Op. tt'J No. 2. Hchutt
Old Frlund of Mint). Jacobs-Bond
Witlvn Wlthrow, plnno, Jean Mc
Thine Eyes So Blue and Tender
Blanch Stuphuns, Ada Ball
My Ixivo O' You .Gorrlsh-JonoH
Chlorlno ityun, Ellzabuth Rumshy
Florence Elliott. Chlorlno Ryan,
Elizabeth Rnrnsby, Waive WlthrowJ
Piano, Geneva Glenn
Mm. E. A. Dunhnm. formerly
Klamath Lodge No. 77,
A. F. & A. M., Monday
evening, December 1,
at 7:30. WorkinM.M.
By order of
GEO. C. ULRICH,
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December 11, 12, IS.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Hill Hunter en
tertained at a Thanksgiving dinner
Thursday. Th gueit-i wir Mr and
'rr Lamm o' ill" Lamm Luinl.er
dliferent fancy articles for xmas
gifts, a cafetorla supper will bo
served each ovcnlng.
Mrs. W. H. McPherren entertain
ed friends at a four course Thanks-
Company and daughters. Ethel and. glrton dlnnor, Thufady. Thoso
Edith, son Wllford and Mrs. Hunt
er's brother, Seawood Futquartz.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Weedo.i enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. C. T. WcvJon
and daughter at dinner Thanksgiv
Mrs. Thomas Hampton entertaln-
presont were the Misses Helen and'
Lena Quest, Miss Eunice Vanden
burg, Carl Schubort, Dr. Fred West-'
erfeld and tho host and hostess, Mr.'
and Mrs. McPherren. )
Ono of tho most enjoyable after-i
noons thnt tho music lover i of'
Klamath Falls have spent for n long
time, was given at tho assembly
d tho Ijlnnrn Hour Cluh Saturday. I
n.i,i o i,wi n,i frEi, ' room of Sacred Heart Church Put
I'ltU&U TV t0 (UU; VU -fi4fc vftau
Now Is the time to fix that
Roof now before the rain and
snow come and make It al
most impossible to do the
work. You sa ve money by
doing it now, and save your
property, too. Let me do your
work and It will be done right.
W. D. MILLER
Phono 203 2.12 Oth St.
ir.ents were served by the hostess.
I Mrs. Robert E. Smith and Miss
Marie McMillan gave a dinner at the
. home ' of tho latter Thanksgiving
I Day. The appointments were In yel
low and red, the center piece, a largo
i basket of yellow chrysanthmums
j and red carnations, with red and yel-
low ribbons extending to each cover.
The favors given to each guest wore
) TIioho seated at tho tnblo were: '
i Mr and Mrs. Itobort E. Smith, Miss
McMillan, Mr. and Mrs. Mortonsen,'
Mr. and Mrs. Don Zumwalt, Mrs. E.
Estelle Carrlor. Mr. William Bray
and Mr. James Milne. I
- Klamath Lodge No. 137
I. O. O. F.
Meets Friday night of each week at
I. O. O. F. hall, Gth and Main streets.
P. J.Gerges , N. G.; Fred Bremer
Secretary; P. L-. Fountain Treasurer
Ewauna Encampment No. 46, 1. O
O. F., meets Tuesday night ot each
week at I. O. O. F. hall. Arlie Wor
rel, C. P.; Nate Otterboln, Scrlbej
P. h. Fountain Treasurer.
urday afternoon, when Bister Angel
llca presented her pupils In n nong
recital in 'honor of St. Cecilia, tho
patron Saint of music. It .votild he
Impossible to mention especially
each pupil's good points suffice It
to say that they all show great pro
mlso us the coming musicians of
tho city. Wo must in out Ion how-
! ever, tho Boys Chorus, recently or
' ganlzcd, consisting of eight boys,
i accompanied by Charles Rollly pl
j ano, and Walter Hannon and Rich
ard Boruo, violins, Ono could ncarco
, ly realize" that these boys had not
been singing always and Charles
Rellly's accomranlments woro really
those of a musician of several years
practice. Walter Hannon surprised
i ove'ryono as his lessons aro only of a
The Parent-Teachers Association , few months duration, and ho takes
gavo a dancing party for tho High' to tho violin as though ho received
School girls and boys nnd tho Alum-! keen onjoyment from the very hand
nl at tho White Pelican Frldity even- ling of It, Richard Boguo plays ox-
inng. The danco was a success and . ceptlonnlly well and wo hopo Sister
everyone present had a si.lnndld Angelllca will lot us hear the Boy's
After running two porlods Wed
nesday, high school closed with u
Chorus often In tho future We must
also mention tho closing numbor,
''Venl Caoclla," vocal, by Florence
Elliott and Chlorene Ryan, Sopran
short program given by the pupils of es, Elizabeth Ramsby, second part,
tho Public Speaking and Music de- Wulve Wlthrow, third and Violet
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