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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1921)
MORIUY JULY, 11. 1MU.
f ' Personml Mention
Mr mnA Un. Nawt Darrah and
sen Maon,-Mr. and Un, Earl Bad
Mir, Mr .nd Mrs. Charles Dunham
aid Cecil Fltswater, all ot Redding,
California, were guests In the city
camp grounds Baturday. Sunday
ttis party was entertained at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Olorcr.
the local jeweler.
' Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Carter, Mr.
and Mrs. 0. O. Coiad and daughter
Verda spent tho week end at Rocky
Mr .and Mrs. J. J. Tartar, Mr.
and Mrs. L. O. Van Bellen and Mm.
L. J Ransom ot Portland were at
Crater Lake yesterday.
' A marriage license was Issued
Saturday nliht to John D. Johnson
A and Mies Grace E. Taylor, both of
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wlthrow and
daughter Mlsa Waive are spending
1 the week at Rocky. Point.
Fred MlUa returned last night
from a trip to the Bis Klamath
'M Oeorgo Havellna, a Plema ranch.
er, was la town Saturday for med
ical treatment. Mr. Harellna wae
lajurod wkea a colt he was riding
became frightened and threw htm.
Mr. and Mrs. Bam Holden, Mr.
and Mrs. V. B. Lester, Bernard and
1 Oeorca Hackland and Mrs. Oeorge
B. Downing made up a party that
motored' to' Crater Lake for the
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hogae
spent Baaday on an outing- trip to
I Crater Lake.
4 ' Cecil Adams, who has been here
from Eugene Ylsltlng old friends for
iae past lew days, isn ima morning
' for.Maodoel, where he wiU visit for
r abort time with relatives before
returning to Eugene.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Momyer and
deagfcter, Mies Ida B. Momyer,
; maoa a nip u wraur x-aao over iuo
Mr. aad Mrs. J. I. Beard of Ue
Vint Natleaal bank, are away on
their vacation this week.
Mr Aad Mrs. James Blair, ac-
eeatpaaled by a number of friends,
sptat the week Md it their ranch
aar Odessa, These in the party
war Mies Mell McBlrath, Miss Oil
tart, CUala Starr, R. B. Cooke. I
, Maeel tad 1 Rosnaal, the latter two
,a baeiiesa mem of Oakland. Callfer-
,. at, who an speadlag their vaca-
tieaa ia Klamath county. The party
reports wonderful luck fishing.
Mrs. T. O. Markwardt. Mr. aad
'V Mrs. Xd Owens aad children aad
Tad Markwardt spent Baaday at
Mr., aad Mrs. J. A. dordon were
at the Lake o' tho Woods the past
week oad, enjoying tho fishing.
Miss Baiaana Applegate and Miss
ri., Emma Applegate, both ot Portland,
aad eoaaias of Captain O. C. Apple
gate .arrived Saturday night for a
visit with the Captain, only to find
, that ho had left for Portland to
" visit with relatives there. They left
oai this morning's train for their
I W. 8. Sloagh was a passenger oa
tha outgoing train this morning,
bound for Salem and Corvallls. '
Mrs. O. Aadross.ot Andross-OloT-
. or Stylo Shop, left oa her buying
trip this awratng. Before retaralng
Mrs. Androes sa-pocta to visit fash
ton oenters la tho north, south and
Mr .aad Mrs. O. A. Bellman, Mr.
aad Mrs. John Siemens and Mrs,
. Joe Brett wen among Klamath vis.
Itora at Crater Lake Sunday.
Miss Madge Dixon, Miss Meta
Chastatn, Mies Agnes Driscoll, Larry
' Wright, L. W. Kamm, Sick Farrell
and Mr. BaUwell made up a party
of pleasure seekers who nude a trip
to Crater Lake yesterday.
Oeorge H. Barton, Alios M. Bar
ton. Lois Barton, Harriet A. Sleeper,
Anna L. roster, Roland J. Hunter
an a party ot tourists who an reg
Utered at the White Pelican hotel
today from Massachusetts. "
Mr .and Mrs. R. E. Smith left
this afternoon for a two weeks'
' automobile trip to Portland and
J Mr. and Mrs. Leo Houston and
Mr .and Mrs. Louis Hoagland left
Baturday night for Spencer Creek,
when they spent the week end. It
it a known fact that tho four of
them consumed seven fryers during
the few jneals they were away.
8. TB. Ieenblce and Ivan Icenbleo
wen in town on Saturday purchas
ing supplies. .
John Whitman, a valley farmer,
spent Baturday In the county seat
looking after matters of business
aad trading with. Klamath Falls
Mr. and Mrs. 8. A. Bennett wen
Klamath Falls business visitors over
l Ds.uroay. r
v C. I. Roberts of the Roberts
f "f. Hanks Hardware company, who, has
1 been spending tho past month in
l' California, tor his health, returned
Saturday night la much better
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A. E. Albortson, accompanied by
Miss Mary Thlucsor, spent Sunday
at Klamath Hot Springs.
Mrs. Stanley Martin, who suffered
a stroke ot paralysis last week, Is
reported much Improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Jnraos K, Shannon
and family lett yesterday morning
for Pomona, California, by automo
bile. Mr. Swanson expects to bo nwny
for about 10 days, but Mrs. Swnnsen
and the children will mnko un In
definite visit with friends and rela
tives. GirU of Domestic
Science Class Take
Baby Girl to Raise
FORT COLLINS,' Colo.. July 11.
Six girl students of the domestic
science department ot tho Colorado
Stato Agricultural college hero have
a Teal live baby girl, named Edith,
for "experimental" work In tholr
"laboratory" courses, tho baby be
ing part ot the "equipment" In the
domestic sclenco department.
Baby Edith, a few weeks ago, was
sick, fretful and a forlorn bit ot
humanity. Her mother had ex
hausted her knowlodgo ot babies
without success when Miss Inca K.
Allison, In chargo of the domestic
science department, offered to tnko
Baby Edith for six wocks and try
out scientific methods of baby.caro.
The baby Is part of the "equip
ment" at the "practice house." a
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they may, be right, but they all admit that
it's mighty good while it lasts. '
Call and took over our line of refriger
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cotUK" whoro young women stu
dents learn to "keep house" by do
ing It. Six young women wanted
to lenrn tho intricacies of infants,
and they aro tho "mothers" of Baby
Edith. ' Mloa Mary C. Ulodgott, pro
fessor In charge of the "practice
hoUKc," looks after Uftby Edith's
rations, and sees that they are
properly balanced and contain tho
right number of calorics, proteltls,
Instead ot being fed only when
she cries, Baby Edith gets seven
ounces ot carefully prepared food
every threo hours. She Is thriving
on tho scientific treatment and feed
ing. Each ot tho six young women stu
dents will have full charge of Baby
Edith for ono week. During this
time tho other ftvo aro "associate
mothers" Baby Edith's "mothers"
aro Miss Elisabeth McConnelt ot
Denver, Miss Ruth Pensley of Fort
Collins, Miss Cleone White of Fort
Collins, Miss Dorothy Pcasley of
Lothbrldgo, Alberta, Canada, Miss
Jcvilo Cherry ot Kansas City and
Miss Bessie Routor of Aspon, Colo
rado. "Baby Edith's" real mother
comes to visit her frequently.
EDirCATORM TO MEET
OAKLAND. Cnl July 11. Miss
Elizabeth IllieemHv-Stoner, assistant
professor of physical education at
'Mills collego and president ot tho Bay
Counties Physical Education associa
tion, will presldo at the opening
KLAMATH FALLS PHONE 1ST
meeting ot tho convention of tho
Amorlcan Physical Education assocln.
tton, to bo hold hero July 1033. Dr.
Alfred D: Browne, associate professor
ot tho western division of the nsHOcIn
tlon, and Dr. Dudlor I'. Reed, hcml
of tho department ot physical odura
tlon anil hygloiin nt tint University ot
Chicago, nro expected to address the
opening mooting, to bo hold on tlio
ovonlng of July 1U.
A luncheon on tho campus ot Mills
college Ir planned tor July 33.
Big Gain in Family
All of a Sudden
"doe, Matt, 1 didn't know you had
n big family llko this," exclaimed a
friend ot Matt Kgan, manager of tint
Algoma Lumber tompnny yesterday
attornoon nn ho slopped up to tho
Egan auto and scanned tho faces ot
ffvtt youngsters. Matt got rod and
stammered and mumbled an expla
nation, but his embarrassment was
so 'great that his friend misunder
stood his confusion. "Oh, that's nil
right, old scout, I'vo got seven my
self. Glad to son you getting up In
my class." Hut It was all a mistake.
They were Just borrowed. Tho parly
was mndo up ot u mother and flvo
children who wore walking to town
and wcro given n ride by the lumber
man. That Is why tho roglstor at tho
local hotel does not contain the no
tation "Matt Egan and family."
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