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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, I2I.
No, No!' The Fork Not the Knife
WPP !! A - u&M
Thursday ilftornoon, nt tlio homo
of Mrs. Cumrnlngs, a numbor of la
dles onjoyed lirldgu. Tlio houso wns
docorntod with cut flowors for tlio
occnBlon and dainty refreshments
woro sorvod. Tlioso prcsont wore:
Mosdnmas 15. I). Hall, M. S. West,
,,; Tnrolson, Earl Whltlock, It. E.
Ooary, C. P. Mason, II. II. Gallaghor,
It. K. Wright. Oscar Shlvo, 0. A.
Krauso, Dol Oammon, Frod Schal
lock, and' Charles Mooro.
Tho OUapadreda Is tlio namo of
tho nnwost dancing club to bo form
ed by tho young marrlod sot of tho
city with two dances each month
during tho winter as Its aim. Tho
first of the soring was held last Tues
day at tho Scandinavian Hall. Mu
sic was furnished by tho Pop-Hnr-
monlzors, an orchestra dlroctcd by
' Mr. Fylllng. Tho Ollapodreda Is
strictly Informal and at tho last meet
ing supper was sorvod at tho closo
of tho evening.
Tho Woman's Missionary society of
tho Prosbytorlan church met Thurn-
day aftornoon In tho parlors of tho
church and nrrangomonts woro com
pleted for their Thank offering meet
ing on November 17. At this tlmo
tho Camp Klro Girls will pronont a
pagaont for tho ontortalnmcnt of tho
socloty'n guests. Mrs. E. B. Otis Is
In charge of tlio affair and will bo
assisted by Mrs. Arthur Rice.
Mrs. O. A'. Krauso wob hostess on
Wednesday aftornoon to tho Auction
Drldgo club. 8ho was asslstod In nor
vlng hy Mrs. R. T. I.uddcn and Mm,
Holland Wright. Jlcsldos tho club
members Mrs. Kraiso ontortalncd a
number of guests nt this tlmo. Tho
gnosis wore: Mcsdamcs Frod Bchal
lock, Arthur H. Whitman, Charlos
Mooro, Fred Maker, Holland Wright
and K. T. Luddon.
Tito Art Needlework clu was en
tortnlnod on Wednesday afternoon at
j tho homo of Mrs. K". O. Cummlngs on
South nivorsldo aVonuo. Iloslilcs
tho club members Mrs. Harry Rich-
j ardson and Mrs. R. J. Sheets woro
entertained as guests of tho club.
Tuosdny evening of next wook tho
young ladles of tho Sacred Heart
church will bo hostesses to tho pub
lic at n largo card pnrty In Lyceum
Hall, corner of Eighth and High
t stroots, Thoy nro planning for go
tables and a tax of SO cents will bo
charged oath player, which sum will
go toward tho purchaso of n furnaco
for tho now academy. I.ovcly prlz-
cs will bo given tho wlnnors and
J dainty rofrosl)montB,wlll bo sorvcrt to
:t tho guests. Tlio Lyceum Hall tins
' been romodolod and redecoratod,
making ono or tho prottlost nnd most
desirable hallo In tho city.
Friday ovoulng nt 7:30 Miss Ada
Jones colobratod hor lGth birthday
; with a dlnnor for a numbor of hor
young friends at tho Club Cafe. Tho
'following woro prcsent: Mlssos Clov-
' fcr nnd Marguorlto Lindsay, Mnud
Simmons, Dorothy Dunham, Kvolyn
Amlck, nnd tho hostess.
Tho Mlssos Kstltor, Knthorlno and
Noll McAndrows ontortalncd tho C.
r Y. L. Club at tholr homo, GIG High
I street Tuesday ovenlng. Tho ovo
R.nlng Was spent with cards, music
and rofrcslimonts. Tlioso present
wore: Tho Mlssos Allco McCourt, Ru
by Fonwlck, Lorotta Jennings, KHz-
I nboth Sullivan, Cecilia McMuhon,
I Bornndlna Hannon, Agnes Drlscoll,
5 Cattusso, Poarl Conway.
' Tho Scandla Socloty entortnlned
j on Friday night at thoir Hall with
anothor of tho dances for which thoy
aro famed. (As usual a wondorful
tlmo was enjoyed by tho. mombers
n ml tholr guests until a lata hour
and a (tapper wns served at tho closo
of tho ovenlng by tho committee In
churgo of tho onturtnlnmont,
Tho Ladles Club ol tho II. P. O. B.
mot Tuesday In tho tomplo nnd on
Joyed an aftrnoon of auction bridge
Mrs. A. O. Molssnor racolvod a lovoly
prlzo for high scoro.
Tho Lolsuro Hour brldgo club will
meet Tuesday afternoon at tho homo
of Mjrs. Charlos L. Mooro at 2:30
Tho ladles of tho Merrill Library
club nro making plans for their an
nual Hnllowo'on ball to bo glvon
Friday ovenlng, October 28, at tbo
Star thoatro, Merrill, Oregon. An
Smart and Shapely
Children In New York Clty'nchooU llng taught mora Urn Um
threo It's. Social formaJIUos, Ublo eUquet Wd other grace tacluled
.la the curriculum. ' .
othor fenturo of tho affair asldo from throo Incorporators, L. II. Ramsey,'
tho dancing wHI bo a big chicken James Grayson and Maunel Rivers,
to bo prcsont.
Tho purposo of tho club, tho In-
supper sorvod by tho ladles. Tickets
for tho entertainment will bo on salo
In tho near future.
Two of tho largest and most olab
orato parties of tho wcok woro given
by Mrs. II. N. Moo at her homo on
Washington streot. On Tuesday
Mrs. Moo ontortalncd at flvo tables
of S00 nnd on Friday aftornoon sho
wna hostess to n numbor of society
ladles at bridgo. Tho houso was
typical of this season of tbo yoar
nnd orango and black decorations
carried out a Hallowe'en Idea, nt
both of. tho affairs. Tho guest lists
follew: Mosdamcs Warren Hunt, Per
cy 'Evans, William McNcaly, Wilbur
Jones, Guy Sattcrlco, Fred Murphy,
F. II. Patrick, Orant Nelson, C. F.
Sotzor, A. A, Bellman, G. A. Dollman,
V. C. Davonport, Porcy Burko, B.
0. Dcauchamp, Floyd Meadows, Louis
Hoagland, Golden Lincoln, Rogor E.
Dowcoso, H. W. Hondorson, Lesllo
Ilogois, Frod Schnllock, G. A.
Krauso, Frod Hakor, T. C. Campbell,
Charles Martin, Lesllo Terwllllgor,
George I. Wright, Charles Wood Eb
orllno, Frank Ward, Charles Collier,
Earl Whltlock, Charles Dowman,
Chlloquln, Arthur Whitman, William
Duncan, E. T. Ludden, Frod Mills,
Gcorgo Stophenson, J. S. Elliott, Fred
Dunbar, M. S. West, John Parker,
E. D. Johnson, J, C. Drockenbrough,
Poter Atbertson, E. II. Hall, George
Watt, Holland Wright, Byron Hard
nebrook, Win, Gnnong, L. G.' Van
Bollen, John Kndors, Stcvo Sabo,
Glen Jestor, Hardin Cnrtor, W. H.
Robertson, E. I). Lamb, Misses Ag
nes Leo, Mario McMillan and Allco
Blackford. Mrs. Wilbur Jonos and
Mrs. Earl Whltlock took first prlzcn
and Mrs. "Fred Schnllock and Mm.
F. U. Patrick received tho consola
corporators say, will bo to provide
a placo wharo members can as
semble, read all tho curront lltora
turo published, play cards, music,
wrlto and socuro tobaccos and con
fections as well as spond their lols
uro hours chatting with friends and
In caso of unemployment, bo ad
vlsod whoro opportunities to work
ro to bo found,. Tho clubroomi
nro tastily arranged "with now oak
furniture smoking sets, lounging
ehalrs, phonograph, and an open
"A DANGEROUS PASTIME''
AT THE HTltAND TONIGHT
Social Club Will
Open This Evening
Tho Idlo Hour Social club, Incor
porated undor Btato charter, will
throw Its door open to its mom
bers this ovenlng at 6 o'clock whon
n "housonvarmlng" will tnko placo,
punch, Moxlcan dlBhco and othor
foods will bo sorvod. Tho city of
ficials from Mnyor Wiley to tho
chiefs of tho flro and pollco de
partments, ns well as tho Bhorlft's
offlco hnvo been Invited by tho
'When a young- man wants to get
married, It's qulto a risky proposi
tion to send hlm hunting Advon
turd. Ho may not corao back! Rut
Harry Adams did, oven though ho
was kidnapped by a lady. When
ho asked Cella Andrews to marry
him, sho told him sho was afraid
ho was to fond of Adventure. Ho
really wasn't all that was the
trouble was ho could not runlet
trying anything onco. Dut his feel
ings woro hurt and ho told her,
that Just for that, ho would follow
tbo first Adventuro that cauio
along." And ho did! Dut It ch'ancod
to bo a' lady ho had known long
ago In tho period when ho wns
young enough t0 fall roally In lovo
with a siren, who had a porfoctly
good husband lurking In tbo back
ground, unknown to .Barry. When
lio found out and left ..lice. ..tic
promptly put tlio Incident in tlio
locked pages of tho past and fcrgot
tho lady as ycung men with Ideals
generally do. Hut unfortunately,
tho lady got, vulgarly speaking,
"hard-up" and of all tho affairs of
hor past, Harry was tho best off
financially. So, sho planned to lura
him back oven It hor schomo in
cluded slcoplng potions, kldnnpplng
and other spectacular mothods.
Dut sho reckoned without Barry.
How ho escaped Is rovoaled In tho
big fcaturo plcturo at Tlio Strand
A Ford Weokly reol and Charllo
Chaplin comedy comploto tho program".
If you have a watch to repair don't send it
to a blacksmith, but
LET GEORGE DO IT
GEO. L. METZ
Watchmaker and Jeweler
622 Main St.
MOOSE HALL, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND
Admission includes war tax and the evening's
dancing. Ladies free, war tax 5c. Best music in town.
Houston-Filz Syncopated Orchestra
I "TROUBLE Hji ;
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! Dr. LOIS C. BRI DOES ;
CHIHOPRAOTOil i ;
i Over 1 1
' First. State ft Savings Bank i '
, ' Phono 10 2-J.
DB. GERALD F. WARREN
Permcnnntly located at
SPECIALIST IN Crowns
and Drldgo Work
Herald classified ads pay yon.
Prices Right on I
The Sweet Shop
9 th & Main
AMI tWwjt n JHer
ffrwi VyL I t
yo if realize about
Thoy are ex
looking; They are pleas
ingly price J;
And they wear
TluVname tells buyers all they want to know.
Style, perfect fit, service and value are assured
whcrcvci Queen Quality sb.QC4.arc. featured.
CHAS. P. MAGUIRE
713 Main St. klamath falls, Oregon
Get Your Skid Chains Now
Don't Wait Until You Have an Accident
for Trucks and Cars of all makes.
D.A.KENYON O. K. SHOP
439 Sixth Street Phone 462
Conserve Dollars to
Oregon by Patronizing
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R. N. Stnnfield
U. S. Senator
TROPERTY invettmenti are enhanced in valua
by community development) likewise Oregon
wealth it increased through greater Oregon indus
try. Industries, both manufacturing and agricuN,
tural, are stimulated by being patronized. Every
time an individual spends a dollar In Oregon he i.
stimulating an industry that gives added value to
any investment he may have within lh state, Too,
the more dollars we spend on Oregon products,
the more employment will be given to Oregon
labor, the more home builders given support and
taxes reduced to every tax payer by the creation
of more taxable property, ' '
It is to the best interest-of all that Oregon do her
utmost to manufacture and produce, not only her
own requirements but sufficient that she may have
surplus products to sell abroad. The highest de
gree of prosperity will be obtained if we conserve
our dollars to Oregon by patronizing home industries.
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