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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1921)
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HERAtDV kLAMATH FALLS; ORfeGON
.UATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1921,
Hundreds of bids woro sent out
for tho St. Paula Esplcopal guild's
big annual ball, which was given
Friday night at tho White Follcan
hotel. Although the danco was In
formal thoro woro many lovely gowns
woro' by tho ladles that lent color
and beauty to tho affair. Tho large
dinning room at tho Pellcnn was well
tilled with couples who enjoyed the
music and dancing until a lato hour.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Poyton ontcr
talnod at .dinner in their homo on
Market street, Tuesday evonlng
honoring Mr. and Mrs. W. W. tot
son, ot Ontario. Mrs. Lotson, who
Is the grand worthy Matron of the
O. E. S was hero at that time on an
-official visit to tho' local chapter.
W -w -w ,
IMIss Minnie Barnum was hostess
last night to tho "500" club at her
apartment 'in the Lorenzo building.
Ono.of the toatures of tho evening
was tho fortunes told with cards
by'MIss Faye Hogue, who- is visiting
ktiro' from San Francisco. After the
fortunes of her guests had been told
to . their satisfaction, Miss Barnum
prepared tables for 600 and the re
mainder of the evening was spent
at that diversion. Dainty refresh
ments were served at tho close of tho
evening. Members and guests were:
Misses Loretta Jennings, Grace Far
rand, Faro Wost.Elizsboth .Sullivan,
Faye Hogue. Marjorie Deltelle, Clara
Calkins, Alice' Blackford, Florence
Porter, Maybelte Leavltt, Mesdames
Frank B. Robinson and Charles Col
The Leisure Hour Bridge club met
ThuTsdajafternoon 'at tticThome of
Mrs. Henrietta Melhaso on the corner
of Klamath and Fifth streets.
The Twelth birthday of William
"BUI" Kuykendall, son ot Judge and
Mrs. D. V. Kuykendall, was tho oc
casion of a party at. the family Test
denco on California avenue. A fire
was built in the outdoor fire-place
and a welnle roast was enjoyed with
elder and cake for desert.
Mrs. C. F. Stone was hostess
Thursday afternoon for tho Bridge
club. An enjoyable afternoon was
passed and dainty refreshment were
served at the close ot tho game.
Tho Woman's auxiliary mot Thurs
day afternoon ,at tho Presbyterian
church and worked on bazaar plans.
Mrs. R. A. Emmitt acted as hostess
on. this occasion'.
Mrs. P. A. Albertson entertained
tho women of tho St.Paul's Epis
copal guild Thursday at her home In
Hallowe'en features and decora
tions wero provallng notes at a meet
ing of the Wednesday bridge, club
which mot at tho home of Mrs. James
Walking, Wednesday afternoon. The
following were present: Mosdames
Golden Lincoln, Charles Mooro,
Charles Martin, Roy Durbln, James
Bishop Foster, Byron Uardenbrook,
Harden Carter, Leslie Terwllllger,
and Tom Wators.
Mrs. E. M. Bubb entertained at
cards on Tuesday afte'rnoon for a
large numbor of friends. Tho houso
was gay with autumn flowers and
greens, and a light luncheon was
served during tho afternoon. Those
present were: Mesdames M. S, West,
J. C. Elliott, Leo Houston, O. W.
Houston, J. M. Igl, Frod Dunbar,
Thomas Waters, Charles Mooro,
HnMnH T tnA1 Tl. TnJA. Tl.r.n f
r"u""r "'"' . " X'UUDD' "fuu California tho young people will ro
Hardenbrook, Leslie Terwllllger,. tllrn hnrii ,n mnV tllAl, hm . ,.
Fred Murphy, A. R. Campbell, Misses
Verda Conzad and Ruth Palmer. Mrs.
Lincoln' was 'given thb guest prize
and Mrs. Murphy the consolation
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
"SAY HELEN, BH.L5TORYI ujpi i tui k a r.uTII
IBIM TUEDE WMUAUV -...-'.' .il-..L'.T. FR EMD MR.
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A surprise pnrty was given at the
homo ot Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hackott
on DOG Prospect avenue. Mrs. Hac
kott, teacher ot tho Blxth and sovonih
grades in Falrview school, was tho
Inspiration of this affair, and Bho was
the roclplont of many beautiful' flow
ore. MIbsos Ethel Johnson and Mil
dred Allen sponsored tho party which
was' voted a hugo success. Tho guests,
many ot whom wero pupils ot Mrs.
Hackott, follews: Joseph Goddard,
Jack Danner, Cecil Haygreon, Joo
White, Herbert Perkins, Randall
Lane, Paul Lane', Eldon McKImm,
Allon Johnson, Clifford Martini Beu
lah Johnson, Margaret Pruott, Mar
garet Lockwood, Eugene Yadon,
Dorothy Pruett, Anna Do Chain, Inez
Parka, Gladys. Parks, Arlcon Whel-
ply, Bortha Allen and Elvo Frost.
The Woman's missionary society of
tho Christian church held an Inter
acting mooting at tho. homo ot Mrs.
W. A. Woist. Mrs. B. F. Owens lod
the meeting, tho topic of which was
India. Talks were given by th fol
lowing ladles on topics closely con
nected with the subject ot tho day.
Mrs. W. J. Horbelt; "Resources ot
"India.' Talks were given by the fol
evangellsm In India"; and Rev.
Trimble, "Social Conditions of India."
At the close of the mooting' meeting
a social hour was enjoyod and re
freshments were served by the host
ess. Those present were: Mesdames
R. H. .Dunbar, J. L. Heckler, Harry
Qoeller, A. Balntor, Ray Anderson,
C. F. Trimble, H. L. McKlm, 3.- J.
Keller, B. F. Owens, H. J. Matoon,
W. A. Welst, W. J. Horbelt, J. Rlght
myer and tho Rev. Trimble.
Mr. and Mrs. "J." H". Carnanan we're
hosts Friday of last week at a family
dinner. A lovely bouquet of zenlas
formed a center ploco for the table
and a foud course dinner was served.
Present were: Mr. and Mrs. J. V.
Houston, Miss Vera Houston, Mr. and
Mrs. L. H. Haines, Mrs. Leland
Hnlrics and small daughter, and Miss
The Art Needle Work club, will
meet at the home of Mrs'. K. O. Cum
mtngs Tuesday of next week at 2:30
All members of the Woman's auxi
liary ot tho American Legion are re
quested to bo presont next Tuesday
evening, at their first big meotlng
of tho season for the purpose ot at
tending to .pressing business mutters
that hevo accumulated over tho vaca
tion months'. The meeting will bo
held In tho west hall ot tho Odd Fel
lows building at 7:30 o'clock.
The Merrill Library' club was en
tertained at tho homo of Mrs. F.
Grlmsbaw'at Merrill, Thursday after
noon. At the closo of the meeting
dainty refreshments woro served.
Those present were Mesdames Myers,
Carlton Harwood, Thomas, Ratliff,
Robert Anderson, Henry Anderson,
Elmer Anderson, Stovenson, Dalton,
Merrltt, Davis,, Hannon, Walker,
IClrkpatrlck, Knox, Janetto, Bailey,
Grlmshaw and Miss Purdy.
Announcements were received here
this week from Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Henry Kamm announcing "the 'mar
rlago ot their daughter, Miss Wanda
Bessoy, to William Lawrence Wright'
on Wednesday, October 12,' in San
Jose,. California. Mr. Wright who is
familiarly known as. ;"Larry' to his
many frlonds In Klamath Falls,' Is
assistant manager of tho Standard
Oil company's local plant.
jAfter a two weeks' honoymoon in
Wilson S. Wlloy residence n Hot
Mrs. R. Everett Geary was hostess
on Thursday afternoon at nn Inform-
HELENnieT W7TTPtEA5Eirr6"reEY 75v7Tl
at' tea honoring Miss Fayo Hoguo,
who Is visiting horo from San Fran
cisco as tho houso guqst of Mrs.
Charles Collier. Toa was sorved to
a numbor, ot Miss Hoguo's old frlonds
In rooms mndo lovoly by tastily ar
ranged flowors. i
Ono ot tho olaborato and onjoyaulo
social affairs this wook was tho ban
quet given by Aloha chapter of tho
Eastorn Star lodgo) honoring tho
Worthy Grand Matron ot Oregon,
Mrs. Mlnnlo Lotson, ot Ontario. Tho
chaptor rooms and banquet hall wero
beautifully decorated with tall
flowors and greens, and a dollclous
banquet was served by tho following
committee: Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Tru
ox, Mrs. B. B. Hall, Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Shlvo, Mrs. Mlnnlo tllrlch, Mr.
and Mrs. L. O. Mills, Mr. and Mrs.
John McCall, and Miss Mary Stowart.
After dinner the guests retired to tho
chapter room whore tho work of tho
order was exompllflod in a very satis
factory manner A musical .program
was glvon, and especially wore Mrs.
Minnie Henry's songs onjoyed by" tho
company.. At tho closo ot tho ovoning
a picture of Crater lake was present
ed to tho Worthy Grand Matron' by
Mrs. Kip, Van Riper, in tho name ot
The Needlework club met at the
home ot Mrs. J. A. Leach on 11th
siroetj Tuesday afternoon. The after
non was pleasantly spent in conver
sation and fancy soedlo and a dainty
throe course luncheon was served to
tho club members and.soveral guosts.
The Ladles Club ot the B. P. O. K
will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2:30
In the Templo ton Main street A
fall attendance ot members is desired
as' there is Important business to
come before tho ladies. Mrs. W.- J.
Stenmets and Mrs. O. X. Ramsby are
to be hostesses on this occasion.
Man to Austria
,Aind Caifses Arrest
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BEATTLB, Oct., 14 A sheriff's
circular, mailed from Soattlo more
than a yoar ago and which found its
way to far off Dalmatla, Austria, .may
bo Instrumental In brlnxlnr an ac-i
cused man from Austria to Seattle
to faco trial according to Sheriff Matt
Sheriff Stnrwich was advised re
cently that George Rasovlch, wanted
hero for the alleged slaying ot Peter
Chalovlch at Black Diamond, Wash.,
eighteen months ago had boon arrest
ed at Castol Novl, Dalmatla, and was
being hold ponding action by Amort
can authorities. Rasovlch had been
identified from a photograph and
description carried In a circular
which Stnrwich, then deputy shortff,
had sent out mor'o than a year ago
Sheriff Starwlch cablod Dalmatian
authorities to hold Rasovlch and
then took preliminary steps to secure
Chalovlch was shot from ambush,
April 4, 1920, as ho was coming
down a lonely forest-trail from his
work In a Black Diamond coal mlno,. I
In an ante-mortem statement he ac
cused -Rasovlch of tho shooting.
Tho greatest picture ever shown
In Klamnth Falls: "THB THREE
MUSKETEERS," at the Strand
Corns Lift Off U
with Fingers . HJJJ
Drop a little "Freezono" on an
aching orn, instantly that corn stops
hurting, then shortly you lift It right
off with fingersi It doosn't hurt a
Your druggist soils a tiny bottlo ot
"Freezono" for a tow conts sufficient
to remove every hard corn, soft corn,
or corn botweon tho toes, and tho cal
luses, without a partlclo ot pain.
PROMISE YOU MUCH
OFA DIMKIER THI5
&M' -AA'ln t;inii:lL. .
DraMriss on slssves. on klrla.
on any part ot the awn' ars the!'
mod, f Th draped slesvo Is shown'
In lovely effect. In tho bcteo. canton'
crops combined with printed satin
striped Indestructible vollo. Tho'
ondrbodics is really,, part ot the
hug sleeves which ars open, show
ing the bare arm. "
KK4 treatts pktarsj ere
is Klamath Falls: THB THKKK
MTJSKETEERS," at the Strand
Roscoo Arbucklo,haB testified that
thoro was no liquor In his party. Still
trying to bo a comedian.
AT THE CHURCHES
No chnngos will bo made In this
co,uma nn,MB tho C0P ' t Tho
zoning jioraia ornco by o o'clock
SACRED HEART CHURCH, cornor
ot Eighth and High, Rov. Hugh J.
Marshall, Rev. J. V. Molloy.
1st Mass at 8:00.
2nd Mass at 10:30.
Evening sorvlces at 7:00.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE society of
Klamath Falls hold services In tho
lowor room of tho Library building,
corner of Third nnd Main streets,
every Sunday morning" at 11 o'clock
nnd ovory Wednesday ovoning nt 8
Tho Sunday school session Is from
Prices may advanco any
(day, this Is 'your notice, no
lunuor guarantee on prices.
Buy your OREEN SLAB
or BLOCK-WOOD now nnd
avoid advances that are sure
Jo come. Ask about our
t For Your Heater
0. Peyton & Co.
"Wood to Burn
410 Main St. Phono S35
BILI,,V70N'T YOU HAVE
ANOTHER CHOP? AW,
COME ON. HELEN WILL
FIX YOU ANOTHER IN
A SECOND Y0O PONT
EAT ENOUGH TO KEEP
A BIRD ALIVE - t
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JB9HHmHHHHHPPJP0JP9& Br MaPHLttahaTat
9:.4T to 10:45 ovary Sunday morning
Tho subject for Sunday Is!
"Doctrlno of Atonomont,"
Tho froo reading room and froo
lending library Is open from 2:30 to
1:30 on Tuosdnys, Thursday and Snt
urdayB. riltHT BAPTIST CHURCH, corner
Washington and Eighth. A. F. Sim
mons, pastor. Resldc'nco 012 Cali
Tho First Baptist church moats for
worship ovory Lord's Day at tholr
placo' of worship, corner of 8th and
Preaching at 11 a. m.
B. Y. p; . at 7 p. m.
Preaching nt 8 p. m.
CI11UBTIAN CHURCH, cornor 9th
and Pine streets, Q. F. Trlmblo, pns
tor, 2107 Wnntland Avo. Phono
WILL'you" greet; the
glories of Autumn
Then start with shoes;
which can 'make or mar
the entire effect; of! the
Everyone' admires 4
pretty shoe and inwardly
condemns the clumsy;
badly fitting' "bargain"'
too often bought in good
faith by saving buyers.
It Is the soundest econ
omy to pay Queen Qual
ity prices mostly $8 to
912 and so obtain the
Authentic style, the shape
ly fit and utter comfort-
exclusive features foe
which these shoes arc
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CHAS. P. MAGUIRE .
713 Main St.
I Leave Your filtws
A.M. PicilirflS am
f'C KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
V WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
u.m i ni-in
WHY DlDyOO INSIST ON HIS
uasikir; flwoTHFo cuno
NO. NO, NO, THANKS
I'VE HAP A PLENTYl
DON T PAY ANY
HIM, MP. DUFF-THANKS'
DIDN'T YOU FEEL ME KICK.
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METHODIST, inI8COl'AL QHUIMJH
cornor Sixth and Plhojatrobta. RoV.
Arthur Rice, minister. ,i; '"' ' "
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TUB KMMANUICIj HAIVJPIHT
CHURCH, cornor of 1th and Hl-.li
stroots. -Roy. J. J. Dickson, paBtor,
phono 502-J. (
1j U T II R RAN KVANMKMOAh
CM I tCH. Rov. II. J. Moypr, pastor,
rcsldonco, 440 South Rlvo'rsldo street.
Installation ot tho now pastor Sun
day at 10:30 at Mooso Hall. Tho
Rov. W. F. Goorg ot Portland will
preach tho sermon,
Tho meeting of tho Salvation Anuy
for tho wook end wilt bo asfollows.
Sunday morning Hollnoss meotiug
at 11 o'clock,
Sunday attomoon, Sunday nchsbl
at 2:30 p. m.'
Sunday ovoning, Salvation Sarvlco
at 8 p. m.
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