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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 8, 1921)
MOtfDAY, AUGUST , 1021.
" l-AQH SIX
THE EVENING HERALD, Kli AM ATH FALLS, OREGON
Mr." Mid Mr. W. C. Elliott and Mr.
ad Mrs. J. R. Drown spont Sunday
t Rook)1 Point. They report a n
Itghtful time In the shade of tho big
Misses Beatrice Lucllo and X'lor
nee Herndstadt ot Now York city
left this morning for Crater lake.
Tha Misses Horndstadt, who aro
members ot a wealthy Now York
family, aro on a tour ot tho went.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Moore, Mis
Dotty Curtis, K. 0. and J. A. Monro
Jr., and Will droit, chaufour, nro
tourists who stopped over In Kin
math Falls yrstorday on their way
to Crater lake. Mr. Mooro Sr., Is n
wealthy Boattlo capitalist.
Misses Anna May and Jennie. John
aton and Miss Waive Irow left on
this morning' train for San Fran
clsco from where they will tako pas
sac Wednesday for Honolulu. Miss
Gertrude Parker will Join the party
at Weed. All four of tho young la
dies have accepted positions os teach
ers in the Islands for tho coming
Mrs. C. II. Elsman and two chil
dren ot Grants Pass, arrived Satur
day to Tlclt with Mrs. Elsmans sis
ter, Mrs. B. M. Hall.
Fred Mqllenax his relumed from
Montana where he was called by the
fatal Illness ot hi brother who died
shortly after he arrived.
Ms, and Mrs. Emry OUrer. Mr.
and Mrs. Ross Ollrer and Boyd Oli
ver axe a party ot noted tourists
from Sacramento, who aro spending
a few days here on a sight seeing
Miss Nellie MeAndrewa left yester
day morning for Ban Francisco and
Los Angeles on a vacation trip.
Mrs. Don Colvig, who has been hero
from Medtord for the past week, has
returned to her .home there.
Rolltn C Sletaer Is hero .from
Wlnnemnea, Nevada with a party ot
friends, who before returning to Ne
vada expect to visit the lava beds.
Crater lako and Ilocky Point.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ball are out
ot town for a tew days vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer of Spencer's
creek, were county seat visitors this
morning purchasing supplies.
Miss Claudia Spink spent tho
weak-end as the guest of Miss Ina
Oralam at tbe Graham ranch near
Mtas Mary McComb spent Satur
day In the county seat from her
homo In the valley.
Charles Poladexter was a county
seat business visitor during the
week end from his ranch near Merrill.
Lyle Walthers, an employe of the
California Oregon Power company,
spent the week end In Medtord with
bis sister, Mrs. Floyd Hart
Misses Clara and Myler Calkins,
Oeorge Stevenson and Lloyd Porter
were at Lake o' the Woods yester
day. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Jefferson and
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wlthrow return
ed Satarday afternoon from Dia
mond lake, where they have been
for mora than a week. The party
was delayed by an accldont to Mr.
Jefferson's car, when an axle was
broken, due to the rough condition
of the roads.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Houston and
Mr. and Mrs. Carey Ramsby are at
Rocky Point for a few days' fishing.
' Mr. and Mrs. Merle Houston and
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hardenbrook
were among Klamath Falls visitors
at Rocky Point Sunday afternoon.
Miss Vera Houston, Waive Drew,
Jennie Johnston, Anna May John
ston, Esther McAndrews, Theodore
Case, Frank Bell, Frank Mills, Pren
Ua Pnckett, Mr .Foster and Mr.
and Mrs. Lauton picnicked at Spen
cer creek yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dunbar and
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Dunbar and
daughter Edna drove to Lake o' the
Woqds yesterday for tbe day.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Worden spent
the week end at Horsefly as the
guests ot Mr. and Mrs. L. Gerber.
Miss Maud Carlton, who has been
away on a three weeks vacation re
turned Saturday night from Eu
Kenneth and Jean Perry, Ray
mond and Lucille Harlan, Vera
jnompson and Koy Patrick made a
trip to Lake o' the Woods yester
day. They report that it was won
derfully cool there most of the day.
Clarence McFall was a city visit
or yesterday from Olene.
C. N. Snow was in from bis ranch
on Jhe Merrill road Saturday pur
Miss Marjorle Deliell, who has
been on a vacation trip to Eugene,
Portland, Marshfleld and Medtord
for the past two months, returned
home this afternoon.
A. M. Collier and Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Fleet and family spent yester
day visiting in Langell valley.
Captain Harry Beard and family,
who have been here visiting Mr. and
Yourself and Ladies
are invited to attend an
Open Air Dancing Party
at Dreamland Pavilion
Thursday, the Eleventh day of.
August, one thousand nine
'Dancing at nine
Bring your Elk friends
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Woman, 38, Mother
of 16 Children
TAC0.MA, Aug. 8. Mrs. I,. I).
Shaffor, aged 38, gavo birth to her
sixteenth child Satunlny. Tho baby
welghod 12 pounds. Tho oldest
child In tbo Shaffer family is 20
years old. Two pairs of twins aro
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In vouching for it thuiuo for thu
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KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
Mrs. J. I. Beard, left this morning for
Uncle Nato Merrill was in town
yesterday from his homo at Merrill.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morgan loft
this morning for Malln where they
will spend some time.
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Ralph Ia Drown ot Olendalo and
Miss Serildla C. Slmms of Midland,
uqd Ray Wilson of Qlondalo and
Edith Blmms woro principals In a
double wedding Saturday ovenlng.
Tbo ceremony was proformed by Jus
tice of tho Peace Qaghagen and Mr.
and Mrs. Hansen ot Midland attend
ed the bridal couples.
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