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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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Tell it with a Victrola
Earl Shepherd Co.
PImkm, Raexli, Vtetfolas.
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W. M. Duncan
Present District Attorney,
Candidate for Second Term.
Monday and Tuesday
Fifteen Bar White Navy Soap $1.00
Phez Jelly, regular 60c, Special 36c
Our two-day specials are proving very
popular, and we will continue to offer two
day Specials. ,
Tho marriage of Fred Ilrigham
Dunbar to Minn Viola Lcnoro Cnnrn-
boll, at 8 o'clock Thursday morning,
carnn oh a gront surprise to tho
man? friend of tho couple. Itor.
8. J. Chnnoy of tho Methodist
church rend tho sorvloo In the
church boforo a nmnll group of
Immodlato relatives and friends
Tho brldo wm given away by her
undo, I. II. Campbell of this city,
IBnr nolco, Mini draco Klllott,
actid ua brldnimald and Roy Sloan
wa best man for Mr. Dun
bar. Tho bride wai drcssad In her
golng-away coitume, a brown ault
and nmall brown bat to match. 8he
carried a bouquet of roue and
MIm Campbell, who came hero
about a year ago from Canada, la
a altir of Mri. J. H. Elliott of this
city, while Mr. Dunbar l tho aon'
of Mr. and Mrs. It. It. Dunbar, and
ipenl tho creator part of bin
Ufa here, fllnco returning from
Prance, where be aorred with the
American army aa an officer, he hoi
been engaged In tho Insurance buil
Bean with hla father.
The young couplo loft Immedi
ately after the breakfaat for San
Pranclaeo In the groom' car, and
will ipend their honeymoon there.
After the ceremony tbo company
went to the Rex cafe, where the
wedding breakfaat waa served. The
table wa decorated in pink and
white carnatloni and fern; cover
were laid for fifteen.
There wa a moat Interesting
meeting of tho St. l'aul's Episcopal
Otilld at tho home or Mr. O. D.
Ilnrke, on Third ntreet. Thursdar
afternoon. Plan were made for the
Bishop visit here over the week-end.
Mr. John Under wa a charming
hostess of the week when ahe enter
tained 12 members of tho young eo
cloty aet at a party In her beautiful
home on Pine irtreet. The tabto dec
oration woor carrlei out with Hal
lowe'en favor and the rost of the
house, apart from tho dining room,
wa aglow with large bowl of
Miss Melon Abbey entertained at a
Hallowa'on party Friday night at
hor homn on Lincoln street, from
7 o'clock to 9. Fourteen girl and 14
boy spook were In attendance on the
llttlo bosteas. The houso waa alive
with orange and black cats whose
guardian wen the blackest, crook-.
eaisi wucnes imaginable. Goblin
game were played and appropriate
refreshment were served. Aa a
ghost party it waa a success aa all
t the little .people were afraid to go
home at tbo close of the evening.
One of the 'delightful affairs of the
week that waa attended -by-society
folk of Klamath Falls waa the Rika
informal Hallowe'en dance, Friday
night In the Temple. It waa attend
ed by many Elka and their ladle,
who enjoyed the dance until a late
A charming farewell four course
Inncheon wa glvon by Mr. K. W.
Oowen at her homo on Pine street
honoring Mr. J. E. nratton, who I
leaving noon for California. Table
appointment were pink and white
carnation relieved with ferns, 'clov
er little place card carried out tho
pink and white lda no did the de
sert . Mr. Oowen' gucits were:
Mesdamea L, P. Wllllta, C. S. Moore
Br., 3. 8. Elliott. Qeorge Baldwin, A.
, ffjy eBJijSS
When you choose a diamond here it has a known and guaran
teed value a value backed by our reputation for integrity' and
expert judgment in the selection of gems. ta? ,
We have a large stock of diamonds at present that we nnsst
dispose of at an early date, and we will sacrifice them at prices
ranging from $50 to $1,000.' Throughout our large stock of sSa
monds you will find that our prices are considerably below these
asked elsewhere for the same quality. We invite you to inspect
our diamonds while the stock is complete.
H. J. WINTERS
Jeweler and Optician.
Seventh and Main Streets
A. Soule, L. L, Tru. C. M. Rams
by, 8. B. Martin, Rufu Moore and
Mr. George Walton, and MIis Maud
The montly meeting of the Ladle
Aid of the a race Motbodlst church
waa held yesterday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. E. M. Chllcote. About
SO ladles attended and enjoyed an
afternoon with games and music. A
qaartett made up of, Mrs. Melby,
Mi Calkins, Miss Bend and Mrs.
Llafesty sang aa did the boya of Mrs.
Balding clsas from the Central
ehool. A number pf Pellcaa City
faldlee attended the meeting.
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The Woman Auxiliary of the
Americas legion will hold u dance,
in the Odd Fellow kali for the en
tertainment of all ex-service me
wive daughters, mother and sisters,
Tuesday night of next week. The
ladle have planned on having elec
tion return received at the, hall
during the evening. The evening'a en
tertainment will be alvided between
dancing and card; jofreshment will
be served by the ladles in charge of
Mis lepba and Jean Rogers will
be delightful little hostesses tonight
at a party for about 30 of their
school mates at their lovely home on
Pacific Terrace. Games are plan
ned for the evening and tasty re
freshments will be served to the
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The Rex Cafe
Special Sunday Dinner $1.25
,i . Olympla Oyster Cocktail
Illps Olives Sweet Oberklai
Chicken a umbo Creole
. ' ,T- 'i Orape Juice Punch
Waldorf on Mayonalso
('. ' Choice 'of
Pried Spring Cbloken Maryland
Rout' Milk-Fed Lamb, Mint Sauce
Chicken Fricassee, Rex Stylo
Cream Whipped Potatoes Sifted Peas .
2 ,..fi Vanilla Ice Cream ' ' Assorted Pies . ..
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Tea Coffee Milk
More Than a Spat
You'll never go back to the old
style spat 'once you have worn
Tweedie Boot Tops. They more
than just "cover the ankle" their
grace and shapeliness reflect the
wearer's good taste.
We carry the guaranteed genuine
with the Tweedie label sewed inside
J. L ENDERS & CO.
6th & Main
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Let us show you the Certificate of Authen
ticity which Miss Verlet has signed. This is,
the outstanding fact which comes to you out
of the memorable tone-test recital given last
Monday in Elks Temple A new era in, music
is here. Mr. Edison has lifted the phono
graph to the dignity of a new art.
You can no longer be satisfied with a pho
nograph that imitates. Now, you . want a
phonograph that equals the hunian voice. ..
You know there is such a phonograph.' Mr.
Edison made an astounding test with the Offi
cial Laboratory Model of the New Edison to
prove it. Klamath Falls heard the New Ed
ison Re-Create Alice Verlet's voice Jn direct
comparison with Verlet's living voice. So
realistic was the New Edison's performance
that no one in the entire audience .could dis
tinguish it from Verlet's living voice..
The New Edison
"The Phonograph with a SoaP'
You yourself can have such a phonograph. Letvua'fcow. you the
exact duplicate! of tho Official Laboratory , Model, which trinmpke4
in the tone-teat. Let t show yon the Certificate of AnthesUleltr.
which Miss Verlet signed, after inspecting these instrument, and la
which the great prima donna declares that these 'instruments are
the equals in every respect of the Instrument used la the toae-test.
Yoa cam buy jror New Edison oa a Budget Plaa waioh
ao distribute the payment tUft you'U hardly feel
KLAMATH FALLS MUSIC HOI
GEO. A. WIRT Z, Proprietor. ;
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122 S. Sixth St.