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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 17, 1920)
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THE EVENING HHULP. KLAMATH FALL!, OHICOM
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Fords Are Here
Juit arrived. Immediate delivery, if you hurry.
Danner-Patty Motor Co.
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If the Wood Dealer
Tluit sound imM
We do nut aril rurrrnl ve m-II amir.
Writ, upHir ihr himmI dealer wild arnlir luMrnd of himkI, ho
would Irml lo )uur fumarn nml oiir range, fake awn) Hie ah"
and clean Ihr dura, you Mould buy x muih heat.
Now ou buy m niurli light, although you pay according lo lite
rurrrnl you consume. Hut Ihr arrvlir la performed for you by Oil
company al Ihr subatatlona iind power plant.
Thai I vtlint w want to gle you--ffirlrnt aenlre. It U the
aim of lhl rompany lo hate nonr but aallafleil cualomera. No
matter what It la, If you have a grievance, or air dlaaatlafled about
your bill or do not understand our ralra, plrae mine In and ace
a r write ua about II.
If you have any auggratltina to makr, Me will gladly avail our
selves of Ihrm aa our aim la umatanily lo Impruto our mvIj to
you aa faal aa tha development of arleucc and human ability permit.
In tht Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Klamath.
Irenn V. Alexander, Plaintiff, ti.
Jchn Thomas Alexander. Defendant!'
, To John Thomas Alexander, Defend-
In Iho name of the Stale of Oregon?
I You ore hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed
against you In the above entitled aul(
ion or before the fifth day of August;
. 120, that being the expiration of the
alx wcoks publication of tble sura-
' mons ai prescribed by tho order for
publication thereof, made by tht
'court, and If you fall to to answer,
tho plaintiff will tako a default and
,docrcu against you dissolving the
bond of matrimony existing between,
the plaintiff and yourself, and alao
uch other and further relief, Inclafl-
Ing alimony, at to the Court may
seem Juit and equitable. -'
, Tbli summons la published by or
der of Hon, D. V. Kuykendall, judge
,of tho above named court, duly mado
on tho 23rd day or Juno, 1920.
I The date of tho tint publication
hereof la Juno 23, 1020, '
I F. H. MILLS,
1 Attorney for I'lalntlff.
Klamath Kalla, Oro,
o c i e ty
I NOTICE TO CREDITOR!!
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Klamath County.
In tho Matter of tho Kitato of Kdna
K. Kerns, Decerned.
' Notice I hereby given by tho un
'derslgned, administrator of tho en-1
itato of Kdnn K. Kerns, dcccaied, to
tho creditors of, and to all persons
having claims against the said de
coined, to present the same, properly
'verified, within six months arter tho
first publication of this notice, tewlt:
the 12th day of July. 1920, to said
administrator at tha ofTlce of C. F.
Stone at Klamath Falls, Klam
ath County, Oregon, the same
being the place for the trans
action of tho business of ssld estate.
II. J. MATTOON,
S. May Oreer, past president of the
Kebekah assembly of Oregon, waa
the honor guest at a tea Wednesday
afternoon, when sho visited here
from her homo at lllllsboro, Oregon.
Tho tea was given by past noble
grands and officers of the Prosperity
Itobekah lodge, at the home of Mrs.
Mrs. Ella McMIIIIan entertained
yesterday at a luncheon honoring
Mrs. Joseph Smith, who Is visiting
hor sister, Mrs. C. It. Do Lap, from
Those present were: Mrs. Smith,
Mrs. C. R, Do Lap, Mrs. D. Drue
baker, Mrs S. K. Phillips and Mrs.
The Ep worth Ieaguo asks that
joung peoplo of the city keop one of
their social dates open for the "great
massacre of dogs," Thursday even
ing, July 29. At this . tlmo the
League will give Its annual welner
roast, under the management of Miss
Margaret Upp. Hill Holloway Is In
charge of selecting a place for the
picnic and Miss Vera Wood and
Kutherlne Upp will look after the
matter of tho games, while Mr, and
Mrs. Llnfcsty and Mrs. Bill Htlloway
aro on the refreshment committee.
Thoo wishing to attf.rd are to
meet nt the court noia at 7:(0
o'clock. And they .irs rvineslcd to
bring u cup and a spoon. j
Miss Betty GoddM wn hostess
AdmlnMrMoofthe Estate rt , Th d , nt t0 n number of
friends at her home or. E:3le pid6e
Tho party left town at 1.30 o'clock
In the evening and went by boat to
the Ridge, where the evening was
After the t:r
All persons, knowing themselves
Indebted to George T. Baldwin, do- passed In dancing
ceased, are hereby requested to call nK 0f a dainty supper by Miss Cad
&"$& oVe''and setSe ' ' h PX returned by moonlight
the same at once. Klamath Fnlls.
Dated: Klamath Falls, Oregon,' Tho guest list follews: Misses
June 21, 1920. I Clara Calkins, Myler Calkins, Mar-
JWAU00riDONLDW,N' li0Ty De,le"' Mar, ,lorab0' Mel"
Admini.irat'nr. f iiin'Eataio af Chastaln. Margaret Worden, May-
George T. Baldwin, deceased.
A London hualneM rutin naa Iodic
nl a complaint agulnst hla cook, uc
rualng her of Inciting her mltre to
brt on tho racei,
Klght)-one per cent of all tha
poultry flacks In the t'nlted Ktntri
larr carvd for by omen. I
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READ THE ADVERTISEMENTS!
YOU WILL FIND THEY PAY.
belle Lcavltt. Verda Cozad. Miss
Anthony, Ina Graham, Claudia
Spink. Karl Montgomery, Viola
Campbell, Kngle Landccarap. Nora
Rlnker; Messrs. Don and Carl New
bury, Arthur Leavltt, Saunders, Har
dy Smith, Kagon, Austen F, Flsgel,
Fladen, Krenshaw, Herbert Barry.
Paul Nole, Nesblt,- nby -Sloan, Te
JDelrell. Kenneth .Perr, Lyle WalU
era and -Mr. ana airs, ueioen u am
Miss Nellie and Ksthcr McAn
drews entertsloed 'Wednesday with
la card party at their home, 350
Ivinih .tr.nt "PIt Hundred" and
other Karnes wcro played during the
a - 'v j, - c
I ' course of the evenlngj
Those present were: .Misses Anno
May 'Johnstoyi, Jeanne Applegate.
Minnie Barnum. Hnicl Fry, Nellie
and Uslhcr McAndrews; Messrs,
4W -U1 VV
Lloyd Porter. Frank Mills, Lawrence
Goble. Charles Patterson, u. ji,
! Clemens and Fred Prolforn.
I Tho Happy Hour club, which hnd
! disbanded until after tho Fourth
will toko up the regular meetings of
every two weeks beginning Tuesday,
.The nfteen ladles, who ore members
aro Invited to meet with Mrs, George
nihn at her homo at 911 Pine
Tho Morning Musical given at the
White Pelican Hotel on Thursday
morning was not only a ploaslng In
novation but a decided musical and
The audience that filled tho sun
jarlor of tho White Pelican was
wade up exclusively of the relatives
and friends of the young ladles who
mndo their first appearanco as mu
sicians. The programme was of tho highest
order of piano music and Included
compositions of Bach, Beethoven,
Liszt, Chopin, Rubensteln and others
nnd was thoroughly enjoyed.
The young ladles who gave the
progrnmmo and who wero the host'
esses of tho occasslon wero Miss
Dorothy Dolzoll, Miss Pearl Blohn,
Miss Constnnco Fisher, Miss Alma
l.nwronco, Miss (ioraldtne Watt and
Miss Margaret Johnston.
All the numbers woro played with
a preolslon and clearness of execu
tion and sympathetic Interpretation
that showed good training and care
ful preparation. Some numbers were
nlaved with a spirit and feeling that
(showed unusual ability.
Miss Margaret Johnston's contrl
butlon, Klgar'a beautiful melody,
"Salut d'Amour'1 and Carreno'a "Ml
Tereslta" were well played. Ml
Dorothy Deliell played the stately
Andante movement from! Beethov
en's Op. 14, No. I, with' a dignity
and expression unexpected tor her
years. She also played cnopin'a
NocUrae Op. 8, No. I, with sym
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Faithful" and her playing of Liszt's
Llebe'straun No.' 3, would have done
credit to a much older person.
Miss Constance Fisher played the
showy Fifth Nocturne of Leybach and
also Chopin's two Etudes Op 10 No.
5 and Op. 25, No. 9, with power and
MhjsGeraldlne Watt's plsylng and ,
Interpretation of two such different
and difficult numbers as Raft's La
Flleuse and the exquisite Mansfeldt
Llsst Romance, were delightful.
Miss Pearl Blehn played Ruben-
ONLY SON OF WORDEN
RESIDENTS IS DEAD'
Glywnn E. Downing, only son of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Downing of Wor
den, died last evening at 8 o'clock at
the Warren Hunt hcspltal. He waa
12 years old. The funeral will take
place Monday morning at 10:30
o'clock from Whlttock's chapel.
The Downing family have resided
In Klamath county for many years
and are widely known. Much sym
pathy will be extended them In their
stein's Barcarolle In G and Chopin's -bereavement.
Nocturne Op. 27, No. -2, very ac-
ceptably. KOTICE TO CRSDITOM.
MJss'lJIehn. furnished the last I Notice la hereby given that UaCaa
numberaTrd ellmar of the program- deralgaad kave been duly appelated
Kji'.,.''Va-u,.ii--j,f.K ti.fAdmlnlstratora of the Estate1 of
mo 'by' her ffneTSlaVIng of the Magic Georf- r BMmla, deceased, bylthe
Fire Motive from Wagner's "Dlo county Court of the 8tato of Oregon
Wnlkure." This number was pre- for the County of Klamath, and alt
ceded by a short talk by Mrs. Charles' Persona having clalma against said
1 rki.i. .,., , .... Estats are hereby directed to present
Wood tberleln explanat9r.tag- th taBe ,0 w, w Badwln, ,, ot
ner'a Musical settlngsof the Norsa Mid 'Administrators, at the Baldwin
legends, especially 'tho Nloblungen Hardware Store, at Klamath FaJU,
Lied, from which the story upon Oregos, duly verified, within six
...mm. .,- ui. ... . .v nn montls) after the date ot this notice,
which the Fire motive from the Op- Dmled KUaiatB FaUg Oregon.
era "Die Walkure" Is founded. The Juno 22, 1910.
audience was very appreciative and it WILL W. BALDWIN,
was highly entertained. As one lodyl . " '. A- QORDON,
nrn..nt ,...j it i-nh . i-1 Administrators of the Estate of
present expressed It, Oh. to bo, om T. Baldwin, deceased,
sweet and sixteen to wear pretty'June 22-28-8-1S-20
summer gowns on a bright summers '
morning and to play like that." J The Countess of Limerick, promt-
...nnent In fashionable society, has op
Half the brooms made In tho oast ened an antique shop In London and
and brought Into Oregon to be sold purposes to" donate all the profits
aro made on handles turned In Ore- from, her venture to various Irish
gon factories and shipped east. charities.
The Rex Cafe
Special Sunday Dinner $1.25
Iced Imperial Cantaloupa
Chicken Gubo Creole ,
Fillet ot Salmon, Vin Blano ,
Spiced Beets Swqet Gherkins, -
Cold Slaw, French Dressing
Chicken' Fricassee, Rex Style
H Squab Chicken, a la Maryland
Club Steak, Sauce Bernalse
Cream Whipped. Potatoes Steamed Head Rice
Special Rex Panes
Choice ot Assorted Plea Vanilla Ice Cream
Mtoi Alma Lwrece played the
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pathy and feeling.