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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1921)
8ATUIIDAY, MAYSft, lost
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Omii of tlio miiHt delightful presen
tations Of (III) HC1IIHOI1 WIIH given Inst
nlRlit nt tlio Hacrod lluurt Academy
whim ttm uiidli'iico enjoyed an oven
Ing with tlio American composers tH
presented by tlio ynungor pupils of
Hlstor Angelica, Tm music room was
prettily docoriitflil with seasonable
blossoms unil ferns nml n patriotic
nppnnrnnco wan given liy tho draping
of Amorlcnn flags, Tlio Htor Hpangl
)l llnnnor wiih beautifully rendered
by tlio opening number by a largo
rhorus with violin nccoinpiinlmnnlii
by Wnllor llnnnon, Int violin; Anltn
Ijxwrcncii, 2nd vielin: Dnvlil Totlon,
3rd violin, ninl Opnl Oiinlwull, pluiwi.
In tlio rendition of tlin iiumborH
which followed each pupil pluynil ex-
, rplllonally woll for tlinlr ages, show
ing Reed torhnliiun and finish nnd
ulso n lnunlcnl understanding. After
thn proKrnni. which Ih published be
low, Father J. V. Mnlloy addressed
tho audlenco with spuclal ndvlco to
Ihn parents on tho vnluo of .hours of
" iirnctlcn for tho muiilc students who
hopo to becomo tho futuro Amorlcnn
tut violin. Walter llnnnen: 2nd
violin, Anltn liwroncoi 3rd violin,
David Toltou; plnno, Opnl Cord
well. Vnluo Francalso . M. II. Drown
Oriental Dreams Johnson
Onrdcn of Roses Irouo Hitter
(Jertrudo Hnvlth nnd Mnrjorlo Tlgho
Mlnuot L. V. Hnnr
What Have Wo IMno Todny Targett
Intnrmono ... Arthur
(n) Flattery Hnvlnn
(b) Hungartnn Dance llelnhold
Venetian Wutnrii . I.. V. Bnnr
Last llopo . . (lottschalk
, Mnrlo Davenport
(Iraml Mnrcho L. Itenk
Wllmn droli, Ada Hull
Caprlccloso .- Hcliutt
Hark' lfarkt tho lirkl. Hchubcrt
Mint (lennvn (llnnn, Avn Marls Htolln
I'lano Itnmonn Hall
Mm. Ouy Manning had n few
frlondii In for bridge yesterday. Thoso
present vtoro Mesdamcs (Ircgory,
lLanson, Molhaiio nnd tho hostess,
Mrs. M. A. C'allaghan had as din
ner guests on Tuesday opening Miss
Cecil I., Schreyor of Portland, nnd
Miss Lydla Frlcko.
Mr. mill Mm. (loorgo Stephenson
entertained nl breakfast on Sunday
morning In their apartments nt tho
Kvann npartnionjs. Tho guests wore
Mr. and Mrs. 1. Albortson of Pelican
dlly, Mm. Estullo Carrier. Miss M.
Key nnd Mr. Ooorgu Forgo.
Mm. Clint llrooklna wan a rhurm
Inic hostess to th.i Lolsuro Hour club
on Wednesday af ornoon of this week
at hor homo on Itoio Mreat Tho af
ternoon was onjoynhly sp''iil In play-
Let George Do It
Bring in tbat Swiss Watch
and we will repair it.
J CLOTHES OF REAL DISTINCTION
must bo iimdo for tlio wcuror Individually. It mo majK.o your bow
spring unit nnd enjoy wearing really Ulstlnctlvo cloUilng tailored
to fit you perfectly and to rotnlu 1U oxtrn-sinortncas during long
ronstunt wer.( .
CHAS. J. CIZEK,
SIS Main St.
Ink brltlgn after which dainty re
frenhmoiitH wore lervnil liv tlio Imr
tosN, Mm. (Iregory won tho prUo for
hlKhust HCoro, TIiomi p'lMent wore
Mesdamcs Klllott, Campbell, Gaming,
Klmliull, Hlntnr, Dunbar, Mtithnio,
Colllor, Ilnkor, Manning, K. II. Hall,
West, Umb, (Isegory, llnnnon nnd
Dr. nnd Mm. Iloyd und tholr
daiiRlitor, Mumlo Iloyd-Wiigiior, and
Mm. Wiignor'a llttlo daughter, Kloa
nor, nnd Dr. nnd Mm. Hoax Iloyd nnd
tholr children, Morcodos und Kdwnrd
spent u most onjoynhlo Tuesday when
tlmy motored out Into tho country
und spent tho day plcnlclur,
Tho fourth birthday of Audroy
Ijivenlk was tho occasion of party
for tho kiddles on Kunduy ul thn Ln
vcnlck1 homo. Tlio usunl birthday
enko with other delicious refresh
ments worn served by Mrs. I.avenlk.
Tho ufternoon was spent In pluylnR
K nines. Thn Ruests woro Jean Con-
noM, Helen Korst, Loulso llalloway,
Owendolyn l.ornnz, N'lnn Conley,
Cloo Mkwnll, Carolyn Noud, Audrey
Ijivonlk, Itobort llrett. James Wnl
klns Jr., Jnmes Drchr, James Ford
und I'uul nnd Arthur Ilrlotenstlen..
In honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. I. Han-
nes who have been vIsltlnK at tho
homo of Mr. and Mm. John Vale.
Mrs. Frank Andrews entertained nt
dinner on Monday for Mr. und Mrs.
Vulo nnd Mr. and Mrs. Hannes.
Apaln on Tuesday. Mm. Andrews on
tortnlned nt u birthday party for Mrs.
John Vnln. Tho house was beautiful
ly decorated with pink roses. A very
plonsant social aftornpon wai spent
by tho ladles, after which dainty re
freshments wuro served by tho hos
tess. Thoso who wero present were
Mesdnmcs Frankfort, Stein, Kuiiiiiih,
Melb), Thomson, Jaeobson and tho
Mrs. V. O. Smith entertained a
fow frlonds at brldRo on Monday af
ternoon of this week Mrs. Frank
Wnrd was winner of tho prize for
hlRhest scoro. At the close of tho af
ternoon, dainty refreshmunta wero
enjoyed by tho Ruests, who wero
Mesdames Qcrbor, Willis, Stono.
(lowen, Wnrd. K. H. llnll, C. H. Mooro
and GeorRo Morryman.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. V. Ixjosloy of Fort
Klamath, aro tho parents of n baby
Klrl born to them at Ashland on Mon
day, May 23.
Miss MarRarot HarRUs wus hostess
at a farowoll party on Saturday nf
ternoon at tho homo of her mother,
Mm. W. O. Smith, In honor of Miss
Alma iJawrenco, who will loavo In n
short tltno to mako hor homo at
Mcdford. Tho houso wns beautifully
decorutod with red nnd yellow tulips
and thn samo color schome was car
rlod out on tho appropriately docorn
ted table whcn dainty luncheon wns
served. Tho afternoon was spent In
playlnif Ramos nml music. Thoso pres
ent worn Alma I.siwroncn, Kutherlno
I'lrlrli, Kllznhatli MunnlnR, FrnnclH
Mel.nnii, Itnlioccu llumphroy, Marlon
Wurtloy, Iahui nml I.nthim Mlllnr,
Iluliui Caldwell and tho hostess,
A number of thn friends of Mrs.
Mnmln lliyd-Wnmnr tendered Yor
mi Informal rccnptllon ut tho Hotel
Hull Annex on Monday ovonlnR. A
most nnjoynblo nvenlnR was roportod
by thoso tircsent. I'unch and wafors
-iro Horved tbrouRhout tho evcnlnR.
Tho followInK delightful program
wns given nnd ench number was en en
I'lano Holo Valso Caprlco by Josof
Kofmann ... . Deatrlco Walton
Vocal Holo An old Italian Song
by Mrs. Wagner.
I'lano Holo "Minuet I'adorowskl
by Elizabeth Itanmby.
Vocal Holo For All Ktornlty by
Violin Holo Avo Marin--Ilach-flou-
nod Knthorlno Wnlton
Kong Voices of tho Woods Rubon-
stein Molodeo Quartet
Vocal Holo Norwegian Mountain
Song Mm. Wngnor
Vocal Holo Bolveg's Song Orclg
by Mrs. Melby.
Vocal Holo . ...... Hchubcrt
Wnters of Mlnnetonka
by Dorothy Klllott, with violin ob-
llgato by Mr. Uorcl.
Tho soloists wero accompanied by
Mrs. Don. J. Zumwnlt, whoso charm
ing personality went far toward mak
ing tho evening a succoss.
Ono of the most attractlvo affairs
given this week was tho Mothers and
lluby party on Thunday nftemoon,
Riven by Mrs lsllo Itoeers, at tho
beautiful homo In Hot Springs, com
plimenting Mm. Wayno Urldgeford
and her chnrmlnR little daughter,
Waynetto, of OlympU, Wn who aro
guests of Mrs. IlrldRoford's mother,
Mrs. II (' Chamherland, and sister,
Mrs Clarence Underwood.
Tho Ilogurs homo wns beautifully
docoratod In pink honoysucklo nnd
(Continued on I'ngo 0)
BOMB 8TOIIAOB IIATTEIIY
FACTS: You might a well
say that you can buy an auto
mobllo for $200 as to say that
you can buy a battery for $30.
One signifies Just as much as
tho other. Voltage counta for
nothing when It comes to tho
capacity of a battery. Tho
nmpro hour capacity Is what
counts. Tho largor tho bat
tery tho Rrcatcr tho umpro
hour capacity and necessarily
the greater tho cost. ..We
could build you a six volt bat
tery for $2 that you could
wear for a watch charm. It
wouldn't run your car but It
would bo six volts Juit tho
same. Investigate I.UTHV It
IlKKD AUTO BirrriA CO.
II th Nt. Near Mitln
.served pipind hot
with pure cre&m
Tote Hone e Dcpen
Dreamland Open-Air Pavilion
Music by Cochran's Jazz Orchestra
Accidents Late In tht Day.
Dr. V.. Outli of Ilerlln proves by
tatlstlca In the Zentralblntt fuer
Oewcrbchyglrne, that accidents occur
more frequently In the last working
hours, being also of a mare serious
nature. Considering this Increase In
accidents, and the decrease In work
done during the last working hours,
be concludes that not only workmen,
but also employers have Interest In re
ducing the nuiiber of working hours.
Herald classified ads pay yon.
A Series of Human Interest
Talks on Insurance
The cscuso often given for
not taking- out insurance is this,
"I am fully insured."
And yet, when protection is
badly needed when insurance
could stave off business disaster
or make profitable expansion
Bosslble, thousands of men find
lat they are not "fully Insured."
When tho merchant finds the
store on firo with a small
amount of firo insurance It s
too late to. get "fully insured."
When tho doctor says "too bad
you didn't apply for life insur
ance sooner" It's too lato to get
full protection for your family.
With our large Kno of policies
I am able to mako proper recom
mendation for your case.
Think It over and talk with
'CLINT M. DROOKINS
WE ARE NOT STOCKED
WITH OLD HIGH PRICED
GOODS. IT WILL PAY YOU TO
GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUY
ING FURNITURE. ;
Johnstone Furniture Co.
Uso ordinary Fir Flooring whVn you can buy tho famous '
FORKED LEAF OAK FLOORING
For less than you would pay for a good carpet?
On account of a recent decllno In tho market we aro able to make
' these exceptionally low prices: '
13-16x2U CIr. Quartered White Oak 1225.00
13-16x2 U Clear Plain White Oak , $170.00
13-16x2 U No. 1 Common Oak I 90.00
3-8x2 Clear Quartered Whlto Oak ,..175.00
3-8x2 Clear Plain Whlto Oak H20.00
Wo h.ivo this stock stored in dust and moisture proof bins
ready for Immediate delivery.
Wo Invito your Inspection.
BIG BASIN LUMBER CO.
NOT1CK FOIt PUBLICATION IBO-
PUUL10 liAM) SALK
DEPAItTMKNT OF TIIK INTKIllOlt
(Not Coal Land)
U. S. LAND OFFICE at Lakeview,
Ore., April 29, 1921.
NOTICE Is horoby given that, as
directed by tho Commissioner ot tho
General Land offlco, undor provis
ions ot Soc. 2455, R. S., pursuant to
tho application of Oscar Peyton, ot
Klamatib Falls. Oregon, Serial No,
011381, we will otter at public sale,
than 14.00 per acre, at 10 o'clock A.
to the highest bidder, but at not less
M on the 11th day tot June, next, at
this office, tho following .tract ot
land: SWV; BKU Sec. 8, T. 388.,
R 9 E W M
'The sale will not be kept open, but
will bo declared closed whon thoso
present at tho hour named have ceas
ed bidding. Tho person making tho
highest bid will bo required to Imme
diately pay to tho Receiver tho
Any portions claiming advorsely the
abovo-descrlbod land are advlsod to
tlio tholr claims, or objections, on or
before tho time designated for salo.
Notice will bo publlshod for five
consocutlvo weeks In tho Klamath
JAS. F. nunOESS, Register
OREGON Tonight and Sunday,
probably showers; warmer tonight la
the eastern portion.
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