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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 22, 1920)
rUKKVEWIW HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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HATfUDAY, MAV S3, 102O
7r-, ; i n
neat, Jmb Brneat, Percy Evans, guest ot honor -was the- recipient of
Jean McCall, Jean Grace Qroesbeck many lovely Rifts from the friends
and 8tewart Qroesbeck. I Invited. The house was prettily dec
s orated tor tho ocen'lori and dainty
Mrs. Silas Merrick Hathaway and refreshments wore served ddrlng the
small son, 8llas, Jr., arrived Friday evening. The guests were: Mcs
evening from I.os Angnlej-. Oil., to dames George Watt, N. I). Stewart,
be the houso guest of Mr. and Mrs." II. W. Poole. K. T. l.udon, Charles
Herbert I). Newell for some time. Currln, Harry Ackley, J. K. Drat
Mrs. Hathaway Is a nlcco of Mrs. ton, William Ganong and tho Misses
Jewell. 1 -Alice McCourt, Twyla Head, Haclmcl
4AppIegate and Agnes Leo.
Miss Armstrong of'tho.,hlgh schdolj
faculty was hostess" to.ifio senior Monday evening Mrs. George Watt
cUm nt a theatre party nt tho I.lb- entertained at her homo on l'a,.lflc
erty and supper nt the Hlucblrd on Terraco In honor of her sinter, Mis.-.
TnoWlnv nlslit. The refreshments. Alice McCourt and Mrs. Harry Ack-
Including tho cakes and Ices wero .ley. whose blrthcnya ocrur on the
Thursday forenoon little Jean
Qrace Qroesbeck entertained a party
ether juvenile friends en tho lawn
M the Orocsbcck home on Ninth
atreot. Games wero played, a dainty
luncheon served, the little tots each
parting with a colored balloon as a
Mvenlr. Those present were Pearl.
Jmn Wilson, Marie Collier, Mary
Tfcomas, Katheryn Drewbaker. Frank'
carried out In tho clnss colors of
green and wlilto and pink carnation
were used for the table dcrorntlon
Speeches, music 'nnd dancing enter
tnlncd the students to tho close of a
Mrs. Jennlo Hurn. Mrs. It. H. Wat
tenburg nnd Mrs. J, Fred Oocller
wero hostesses to tho Art Needle
work Club, Wednesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Goeller on South
ltherstde street. The house was
prettily decorated In Spring flowers
nnd delicious refreshments wero
sorved by the hostees.
Mrs. Hobcrt A. Emmltt will enter
tain tho Happy Hour Club Tuesday
Mrs. W. 11. Robertson cntcrtnlncd
Saturday evening In honor of Mrs.
William Ganong, n recent bride who
before her marriage wis Miss Carrie
Oleson, special repreientatlvc of the
Red Cross. The entertainment was
In the nature of a shower and the
The Star Theatre
D. W. GRIFFITH'S GREAT PHOTOPLAY
"SCARLET DAYS "
, May 22, 1920.
Under the magic hand of D. W. Griffith how many
dead civilizations have returned again to life,? He has
restored Babylon and Palestine; in "The Birth of a Na
tion" he made live again the days of the Civil War, and in
"Hearts of the World" he brought the battlefields of
Europe to our doors.
And now he has revived what is undoubtedly the most
picturesque and strangely fascinating period of American
history the days of '49. Days when life was at its fullest
days of adventure and romance, days of robust gallantry
That's the title of this new Griffith production
."scarlet Days." it is not a wild west story it is a story
unlike anything ever done. What Griffith presents on his
colorful backgrounds is human life. Wherever life is
intense and vivitt, be it in the living present or in a for
gotten age, Griffith finds his material.
You will love the characters of the stoiy Alvarez, the
Sillant bandit; Randolph, the heroic aristocrat; Chiquita,
e bandit's sweetheart; Rosy Nell, and all the others
whose lives become real in Griffith's hands.
The picture is' a Paramount-Artcraft, enacted by a
typical Griffith cast Richard Barthelmess, Clarine Sey
mour, Carol Dempster, George Fawcett, Adolph Lestina,
Walter Long you know them all from former Griffith
, The Star Theater will show "Scarlet Days" -on Sunday
and Monday. We consider it one of the big events of the
year. When you see it you will feel that way about it,
too. Two complete matinees Sunday afternoon starting
at 1:30 and 3:30.
- . TERWILLIGER & PATRICK,
If You Want a Real
where the percentage of winning is 72 per cent in
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A few days ago an oil well was brought in, iri
Caldwell County, Texas, and as always leases have
gone sky high in price.
" But we will still have a few oil leases left for sale
in the adjoining counties at $12.00 per acre in 5-10-20
Better see us at once as there are a number of wells
drilling in-- all counties we have acreage iri, get in.
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snnlo day. The house win prettily
decorated and tho guests of honor
woro showered with lovely gifts nnd
congratulations from their friend
Uullcloui refreshments wen served
during tho evening. Thoje Invllud,
beside tho guests of honor, were:
Mcrdames H. W. Peel ni'l Charles
Cunln ami tho )IIiwi'T)I.i Head.
Agnes I.ee and Myrtle Record
Tho senior pupils of lio .Vunnl
Heart Academy musle d"m enter
tained nt an informal vHnl lt
Thuriday afternoon In hnr.o' of Mh
Kay Slick, the first graduate of tlu'
Sacred Heart high sel.nol Min'c
was tho special feature f thr after
noon! but songs, recital torn nnd
rcjdlngs wero also enjoyed One
reading worthy of note, wn an orig
inal poem by Mls Slncl: diMrtlbln
a day of school life nt tin Sacred
Heart Academy. An appropriate
toast was given by MUs I.orttto
Konop. An abundance of dell-lous
refreshments was serve 1 Thise
tircsent were: Helen Anderson,-
Thyrsa Anderson, Klvlra Anderson,
Ada Ilall, Homona nail. Opal Cud
well, Florence Klllat, Clarke Ulllot,
V.'olct Gale, GNnca Glenn. I.orctto
Konop, Anita .Lawrence, lrno l.w
Is, Clara McDnnlcls, Vcunlca Mc
Andrews. Josephine Mlmer. Kllin
bcth Ilamhjy, Fy Slack. Ulnnrhc
Stevens, Gertrude Smlt:, Waive
WIthrow. Ituth and L'mN- Moot,
man. Walter Hannon, Kir'isitl llcgue
and David Totten.
!. E. O. Sisterhood meot with Mrs.
Fred Fleet Tuesday cvcnlt i:. Aftc
tfcc regular huslscss sirctln a mot
enjoyable and Instruct!" i evening
was spent on the stud? of Oregon
Literature. Mrs. nhur Wilton
gave a few very Int.'r'tlm; remurk
and a book review on 'KThj Urlds1!
of the Gods" was given by Mlf
Frances Deatty. Mr. Il.jrt C. Thom
as closed the meeting with several
vocal solos. Thoe pies'-nt wre Mrs
Syd Evans, Mrs. Orvi Urnl, Mrs,.l
V.. tirewlaker. Mrs Artliu.- Wilson
Mrs. Fred Fleet, Mn Hon C. Thtm
as, Mrs. It. C. Groosbcrk and Mlrs
VERIFIED BY REPORT
(Continued from rage 1)
f oo Good for You, Kitty"
Even children know good codec.
That's why they drinlc Folger's
Golden Gate. It's never bitter nor
Different in taste from other coffee
Note the Fagranqe
and Carranza, who had been ofTlclal
ly recbgnlted as the head of the de
facto government by tho United
States In October, 1915, he Inihted
on the respect by tho United States
of Mexico's sovereignty and tho con
cession to his government of recipro
cal rights of Invasion. Ho maintain
ed his position despite tho crisis
caused by tho clashes between Mex
ican and American soldiers at I'arrnl
and Carrlzal, but whon wnr seemed
unavoidable Comma succeeded In Dance,
stemming the tide by his proposal' Music by
for the appointment of a Joint com
mUslon to settleitho dlRlcuttie am It
cr.bly. The proVotal xvas accoptod
by President WJIion nnd the deliber
ations of the commission resulted In
the withdrawal of tho American
I'.ltASS II M) WILL 1'iaY
FOIt l.Ct: TO.MGIIT
The big. wind-up comes tonight
and among tho features l.l the Jitney
army and tl"e restoration of friendly lnnco nt Houston's opera houso, to
rclntlons between tho two countries. . which everybody Is Invited. 1'lcnty
The King of Italy, who has volun-j
tho. state, has been, flnco the down
fall of the German and Austrian em
pire, the most highly paid ruler In
Kurorn. his yearly salary being t3,-750,000.
n Sprang Creek
nnd WI11Iii:iim)ii Illtci- Ih nm npvii for tlio sejiHin
Only a limited number ct guosts will bo cared '
for ut u tliue. Parties deulrlng uccommodutlons
will pluusn notify ma by mnll or phono It. C.
Rnrltik, P. O. addresa Chlloriuln, Ore. or phone
direct to Splnk'u Camp.
Tho ramouH good 110.MH COOKKD mcnlH will
bo sorvid as usual.
'Iloata for rent, '
"'Camp ctounda for rent for these wlnhliiK to do
tholr own coo'dlm;, Kroo wood and wutor. You
can liout tho IUkIi cost of llvin;; liorc; suro.
, Klamath's Finest Fishing
w " and ,Cjamp, Grounds
. R. c: SPINK
. .. Owner and Manaccr.
of fun for all will bo provided and a
rear brass band lias been musterod
to furnish music for tho occasion.
llAltTLKTT. Texas, May 22.
Hugh Morrison contends that be Is
lucky. Morrison was riding a horse
nd did not see an approaching Mis.
aourL Kansas A Texas paxiengor
train. Tho train hit the horse, kill.
Ing It Instantly. Morrison landed on
the pilot of the cnglncHlttlng orct
In his saddle. When tho Iruln stop
ped about a hundred years away, ho,
having suffered only slight Injuries,
stopped from tho engine.
In Cambridge, Knglnml, It has
been Iha custom for renttirles In noil
butter by tho yard, Kncli length
weighs n pound, nnd U wrapped In a
strip of clean white cloth.
In If Insured nitnlnnt
llfotlmu If Its Hurfaco
Mora Hlmbby, surfaco worn furnlturo Ih dlscardod wich year
iiihii in iiuDiruuu y iirfi.
You Insiiro your furnlturo against tiro.
wear: a goou pieco or runmuro will lust a
Ih properly protected.
Onco n desk, chnlr or toblo Ioboh Uh newness bogliiR to look
Bhaliby It trnvclii n fust load to tho Junk heap. Ilonow Its Hurfaco
With Acme (Juallty Vnrno-Lnd and you runew ItH llto. You'vn unvod
tho price of n iIchIc, clinic or.lablo, and enhanced tho nppoaninco of
your homo. IJy tmInu tlioxiirfiKo jou imvo nil.
Acme Quality Vanirf.l7ac stalna and vnnilahun nt ono nporntlon
producltig liandsoino IniltntloiiB of oxpoiiBlfa hardwoodH, Good for
floorn, furnlturo mid. woodwork.
MIoIiik In tho buutnoBH, wo can probably glvo yon boiiki holpful
lilnta nliuiit paliitlni;, , ' '
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