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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1920)
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The Evening Herald
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Published dally except Sunday, by
Tho Herald Publishing Compauy of
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth Street.
Entered ntthoportotflcent Kin
snalli Falls, Oro., tor transmission
through tho mails at socond-class
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TOR EVBNlHa HERALD KLAMATH FALLS. qgEQON
KtnmnaoAl IWiptiat, Eleventh and
lUgh streets, lllblo school, 10 a. m.
Prnyor meeting Thursday, 8 p. m.
Women's Home and Foreign Mission
ary- society nunsts first Thursday ot
Kwntli lAy AihontUU,' Eight
street, ltaptlst's church,
Sabbath school every Saturday
morning at 10 o'cltck.
Preaching at 11 o'clock by Evan
gelist 1. K. Wade.
I'rayer meetlns every Thursday
night nt 7 o'clock.
Lutheran olitmh, In the Klrst Hap-
(tlst church, corner Sth and Wash-
There will bo Lutheran church
service at 2:30 In the afternoon
tomorrow. In tho Klrst llaptlst
church, corner Eighth and Wash-
No changes will bo made In thlsi'nK.,.n ,rCe"- .
.Monuny evening at 7-30. Luther
an services will be held In tho school
houso at Algoma.
Lace Cape on -Brocade Gown
AT THE CHURCHES
column unless the copy Is at Tho
Kvenlng Herald office by & o'clock
Snciml llenrt rhuirli, corner of
Eighth and High, Iter. Hugh J. Mar
shall. Itor. J. V. Molloy.
8 a, m. children's service. Adults
The Wnmnn'a AiiTlllnrv f ih
nro requcted not to attend thls,AmcrIcnn ,CK,on ono of nc
tho woman's organizations In tho
10:30, high mass and sermon.
7 p. m., rosary and benediction.
The Christian Science, society of
Klamath Kails hold services In the
lower room of the I.lhrnnr hulldlnr.
corner of Third and Main street.. on mber 14, both of which were
very Sunday morning at 11 o'clock att'nd r ex-service men and tholf
and every Wednesday evening at si,r,ua, Jnr,e "n nave proved
city, Is planning numerous social
functions this winter, announce
ments of which are being raado from
tlmo to time. Two have already been
given, a dance December 2 and one
The subject lesson for Sunday:
Is the Universe, including man,
evolved by atomic force.
The Sunday school session Is from
9:o to ivms every Sunday morn
leg. The free reading room and free
I so popular and have tilled tho do-
mana ror wnoiesome recreation .for
the younger dancing set, that many
more will bo given, ono Id tho Very
The auxiliary plans to Include tho
older members ot the cx-scrvlce
men's famlllos In their good times
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lending library Is open from 5:30 to 1 "' . 4UC ",HO "ro ,no OD"
-:TVi !- Jc V i. . j pemben In the families of tbe-ser-4:36
on Tuesdays. Thursdays and. , .
First IUptUt charra, corner Wash'
Isgton and Eighth.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Preaehln at 11 a. m.
Prayer service Wednesday at S p
.4 Every second and fonrth "Wednea-
' Uonary work.'7 - V
D. Y. P. U. Sunday evening at
7:30 p. m.
A cordial hivUtlo& 1st extended to
all to attend tbeae services.
Kirn Preabyterlaa charcii, corner
Sixth aKB Pine streeU. Iter. K. P
Lawrence, minister, 437 Third street
Sunday morning 11 a. m.
Invocation. Gloria. . .
itesponsive Heading 1'salms 0&. Imado up of Mrs. R. K. Wattenburg,
Hymn No. 71 "Joy to the Worldv";Mrs. Fred Goeller. and Mrs. Kred Co
Scripture Lesson. Luke 2. 8-20. ' rer and they ore devoting a vast
Hymn Na 77, "Hark Wbot Means! amount of me to tho preperaton of
Those Holy Voices." i.m- ntertalnmt.nt th.t thn rhll.lr..n
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vice men who cannot belong to elth
er the legion or auxiliary It seems
only fair that tbty should come In
for their share of entertainment and
with this In mind a special Invitation
Is being Issued to these fathers, at
well as to ex-iervlco men, wives,
mothers, sweethearts and sisters to
attend a sooial evening TuesdayDo
eemtervzi In thsLwest room oft the
The leglon.and auxiliary will dp all
In their power to make this father's
night a most. pleasant and enjoyabfe
! A Christmas party is being plan
ned by the members of the Odd Fel
lows and Rebekahs lodge for their
children and the children of visiting
Odd Fellows and Rebekahs In Kla
math Falls. The affair will be an
event of Thursday evening December
23, from 730 to 930 In the west
hall of the Odd Fellows temple. The
committee In charge of the affair Is
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Dodlce. Tho capo Is made with a yoke of the lace appllqued to a founda- J
tlon ot silk. For the rest of the ear, thn lac i. unlln, .n,i r.tt.'Z
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siraigni irom tne snouiaers in cost effect.
April 11, "The Age ot Innocence,
W II. Wharton, leader Mrs. K. T.
'Lndden: Anrll IB. "Whim Rh.iln..'"
I Arranged01 ,bo 8'1 8" O'llrlen. leader,
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nescue," Conrad, leader Mra. H. D.!;
brary club has boen outlined fori"; '
lh rnmlnr vmnr Ik. I.. J... Wlest,
- '-".mo !. MV IVNUVIf
chosen. It la also Important that
ladles caring to join the study de
partment should enroll wth Mrs.
William Ganongju soon as possible
book in turn.
Much enthusiasm hs
TOT8 H4.1IOOL CLONKH.
The Mary Sail play school closed
yesterday afternoon "after a four
In order that they may receive tBefrr10ntn,"M,Ml00- Thl li'the first
.school p('th. ktgd tf Jbe.amall. lots
been shown by the ladle over tbdl0 Klamath Fall and bad. an
5. whlehrroent ,9 PPs ranging fro
Anthem. "Arise Shlno For
Light Is gone," Adolph Frey.
may be Insured of (be happiest sort
ot a Christmas party.
Mr. and Mrstollo C. (,'roeibeck
were hosts the first of the wfckyit n
Last Chance for
at Matin Dance
Sermon, "The Christmas Spirit all big turkey dinner nt their churning
home on Ninth strecta to Mr. und
Hymn No. 73, "Adesto Flueles."
Evening service 7:30 p. ra.
i Mrs. IJurr Wen th rook. ifr. and Mrs
I II. K. Momyer. Miss Ida Mrtmer and
jMiss Francis Ilcatty. ,
Tho Woman's Missionary sViclnty
CliriMimi cliurrli, corner 9th and0' tho Presbyterian church ineivvci
Pino streets, C. F. Trimble, pastor, .terday iftornoon In tho parlors of yho
2107 Wantland Ave. Phone 239-R. church with Sirs. L. L. Truax as
Sunday school 10 a. m. hostess for tho afternoon. The rwl
Preaching services 11 a. m. 'call was I'tuh and tho study hour wa
jdovoted to Syria nnd Persia. After tho
(business had liw.'ii taken euro of
chocolate and cako wero served.
The ladles of tho I). P. O. K. havo
study of current literature. whlehjroeDt " PP" ranging from the
will be taken up at two meeting Mr at to r- M,M Dall reports
each month. Both fiction and nos- (nat " P'n on opening the kind-
fiction will ho discussed at the.crlrtrn caln In April.'
meetings and It Is the plan (o study
none but the very best at each
The book to be studied will be
ordered by the library for the ex
clusive uso of members of the study
department. Following Is the pro
gram as arranged by tho commlttee:
January 10, "Tho Great Hunger."
Bogar, leader Mrs. Harrison; Jan
uary 24, "Kconomlc Conswiuence
of tho Peace," Kuynes. leader. Mrs.
. II. Robertson; February 14,
'Man of tho Agra.fl" Ilacheller.
leader Mrs. B. S. Henry; February
28, "Kvery Day Adventures." Sco-
vlllo. leader Mrs. William Oanong;
March 14, "Knemles of" Women,"
Ibaner, leader Mrs. 11. L. D Htnw
nrt; March 28, "Now It Can Ilo
Told." Glbbs. Icador Mrs. Ilrldgfonl;
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The work to be done by the study ""'H'- onrao. leader Mr. II. D. ; ; ye haVe JUSt COmplCtta arrangemcnt$
KS b.:hebo?ne iZST ti'r? i which enables us to deliver your photograph
;j to you 24 hours after you place your order.
V. It is unnecessary to call your attention to
;: the high class work and artistic finish of
; Henline. Photographs. They are speaking
: I for themselves' today in most of Klamath
',', county s Homes. 'A phmtograph is an ideal
; ; Christmas gift, a constant reminder of your
affection and regards to the receiver.
f Remember, we are open evenings and
'' Sundays and will finish your photograph
:: within twenty-four hours so you will have
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fficmy or umc oerore inrtstmas.
See our large stock of picture frames of
unnmian i-.nueavor c:30 p
Evening services 7:30 p. m.
Mi'thixINt KpKropul tliurcli, Tenth
and High. Rev. S. J. Chancy, pas-
sketch from Thn Christmas fared.
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juiMi nuiun ucnuiiiiii roiK dances by
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mo iiiihi Kirii uressoii iiko fairies
Miss Kutlier Calkins, a member of
tho younger set, Is entertaining nt n
dlnnor party for seven of hr friends
tonight at tho Calkin's resilience on
Oak street. Tho tublo decorations will
b done In pink and while carnations
with placu cards to miitrji Tho rol.
r scheino will ho carried out In Hid
ssort ns well, Those Invited nro-
(Special to The Herald)
MALLS'. Dec 18. The girls' hut
chance until 1924 will bo given In the
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dhristmas night by Mr. Frank wim. silver, ivory and wood, the laraest stock be-
of th Maiin hotel a huge c hri.t- . tween Portland and San Francisco
mas supper will bo ,rved at tho ho- ,', M"M U" r"CICO.
lei lo put tho men In n receptive ! ' U - ..-.' jf. . . II..
tndod. It I. ammunced. and to make ' We rC offcrtn8 "Cn at exceptionally
it easier tor tho girls. I; low prices. See them.
Any girl who wants a husband ',',
will have u chance lo nail" ono that " '
nigni, it is said And n largo at.
tenilanrn of each sex Is ejportid. ! ',
thft Misses Ruby Smith, FrancI
HuiVJPhroy, Mnrgaret Johnston. Mess-
tor. 1005 High St.. Phono 537-W. postponed their little social meet- r rne" oilier, Kollund Watt.
Tho Sunday school Christinas pro- ,nB8 unt" ,ne tlni Tuesday In Janu- jnobeilt Hackusnnd Chester Hhrlovor.
tram will bo held in th rhnrh Pri.iary on account of the busy Christinas 1
day evening, and all adults are In- eaon
vlted to bo present nnd enjoy tho
occasion with tho children. I s,r8, Jnne Hum was hostess for
At tho morning servico tomorrow. tno Art Needloworlc club Wednesday
Mrs. William Hallowny , will con-'nftornoon at ner "'H10 orl I,no treet.
tribute a solo, entitled "The City of A Peaiiant. afternoon was passed by
Perfect Peace." The subject of tho'tno ,a(ll,! onJ 'lalnty refreshincnt
sermon win bo "The Promise of woro ,,orTeu r '" "ostess, tiih
Life." .guests of tho clu bare: Mrs. George
In tho evening, Mrs. J. H. Llnfesty 'Humphrey, Sam Summors, R. A. Em
will have charge of tho opening son?lmUt anu Mr" w ' McMillan.
Borvlco, nnd the pastor will deliver ,., , fnl
the Christmas message. All 0' ,,eI,,'tfu " Interesting was tho
invited to attend these services. '("' l'm s ven yesterday
Ride a Bicycle
A H ClirMiiuiM Klft jiiii ioiiI, I
select uny Ix-ller tlmn th,,
ThoToa Cup club of tho Methodist "t
churchl mot Thursday afternoon at iloce, hl, m. alM(l.N
the hono of Mrs. Iiwrenco K. Phelps . '
with Mr- John Ynden and Mrs. Will
All the latest fiction may be
found at our store as well pa tho
nioro popular reprints. Hundreds
of titles, by tho boat authors.
friends at her 1
land, who has
afternoon by tho pupils of tho Con
jtrul school with tho nblo asslstnnco
of tholr teachers. Duo to tho fnrt that
the BsEombly room In the Central
building has bpen Cniliftr.ntfil tho pro
gram took a progressl'vo form and
as soon as tho pr"T -n In tho first
grade was finished oiilo moved on
10 mo noxt room -olatlon. A di
vine Mania uiaus i wns In ovl- V
oonce mrougnout w uliorneon: and tor. W. A. Am.
not a hitch was experienced from tho nnd W. H. Dart
Wood ussotont hoitcs. Thirty three
ladies enjjoyed a pleasant afternoon
with kuiih,'1. music and fancy work.
Tho Tea (Ju'iP club which was organ-,
Ized three ?nonths ago, Is for tho pur
pose of promoting "'oro soclallblllty
nmong ino iiuiun ui mo cnurcii.
Many pleasant galhcrlngs nro being
planned to cifry out tho cIuIi'h ob
homo Friday afternoon
J. Spalding of Port
been visiting hero tho
past summor wVlth her daughter, Mrs.
L. F. Honson aiW who wllf leave aoon
meiiilM-r you uliciirver ho U out
mid enJo)liiK n pleiwnnt nnd limit li
ful ride. Hut), HmitH tluus rail
la nnd iniiko preparation for C'lirUt-
urns, tot the ilmu U druivliiK near.
Klamath Falls Cyclery
1010 Jliiln Htreet
Phone 27 Klumnlli Fulls. Or...
Across from Court House
Phone 139 for Appointments
The Rex Cafe
Special Sunday Dinner $1.25
Olynipla Oystur Cocktail
for San Diego,
California, Those pro
nnb.urernf Mak tames J. Hnnlrllnc- I. !
v irnu., n 7. Hnlmn. .Tn. I,i,.f',ocketooo'' tc. Finest nnd best
start to tho ffnish. Many clover rec- tho toa hour tl 10 hostess prosontod
itations were given, a well
acted the honor guest
,ld, A. Schubert, Jr.,
on. At tho closo of
Ladles' hand bags, Vanity cases,
aontlomon'H bill books, card caees,
grades of leather only.
Cream of Chicken Royalo
' Pisco Punch " '
Celery and Pimentos Salad .
h)UR CHOICE or' ?
Young Chicken Krlcnsseo, Egg Dumnllnas
HuptHm,, of chlfkim Patties Toulouse B
I-ouISm C'Ur)'1 U"a' Hwwt
Roust Milk Fed Lamb, Mint Sauco
with a lovely gift. J UNDERWOOD'S
Hot Mlnco Plo
Vanilla ico Cream
, , taring lluanu Sauto
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