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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
SATURDAY, OCTOBER. 20, IWlh
The Office Cat
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Stressing tho bright on it,
Up from tho Ink of it,
Clear to tho brink of it,
Always to think of It,
Llfo Is your gamo.
(Moving tho pawn In It,
(Up with tho dawns In It,
Iilons or fauns In it i
Failure or fame.
Such Is your gift to It,
Sonslng tho drift to It,
Olvlng a lift to It,
Hiding your nnmo.
Throwing tho light on It,
Stressing tho bright on It,
Writing tho right on It,
Alwnys tho same.
Loving tho thrill of It,
Having your will of It,
Drinking tho fill of It,
Liquid and flamo.
Hiding tho crest of It,
Up with tho best of It,
JXjwii with tho rout of it,
DO YOU KNOW THAT
Love Is llko hash. You must
liavo confidence to enjoy It.
When you hold your girl's hand
you'ro a Million miles from no
where Wo lost our Bplrlt when thoy
. took away, our boozo.
You should never steal a watch,
bocauso a lawyor will eventually
get tho caso and ou tho works.
Tho unlucky months for getting
married are: Janunry, February,
March, April, May, June, July Aug
ust, September, October, Novembor
After man camo woman and sho
has bcon after him ovor since.
Everything has gono down excopt
papor and envelopes. Thoy aro ta
Tho homo leant that loses often-
est Is mother and father, says Dill
It may consolo tho boys to know
that tho koy to success tits tho
Tho peoplo of Peru aro bitterly
complaining of tho monoy string
ency In their land. Maybo tho Per
uvlan bark Is -worso than tho bite
No woman's memory Is as short
ns her Bklrt, tbeso days, says Jim
SAME OLE WOULD
This tlmo last yoar nobody was
satisfied with what things cost.
"You'ro right! And this tlmo this
year nobody's satisfied with what
THE JOY niDEIl'H PLAINT
Ot all sad words ot tonguo or
pen, tho saddest aro these, "I'm
ljrlght boy Say dad, I
something you can't do!
Fnthor What Is It?
1 Bright boy Qrow!
L. D. Asks: "When tho door's
njar can you uso It for canning?"
E. K. Asks: "What kind of a koy
fits n lock ofv hnlr?"
An optimist Is a man who goes
to n dnucb wltlldut suspondors, sug
gests Dan Crump.
Now that tho Ku Klux Klan has
ovoked publlo and official opposi
tion Its prominenco If not its per
manonco is assured.
When a movlo actor or actorlno
receives an Invitation to work in
or around Hollywood, It might bo
tormed "Tho Call of tho Wild,"
Of course tho oyes may ho tho
windows of tho soul, but It Is
through tho mouth that you loam
thoio la nobody homo.
Jno. McColl says some of tho
mngnzlno covers should bo barred
A banquet hold In tho chombcr of
commopco rooms Monday ovenlng
marked tho final launching of a uni
versity club In tho city. Tho ban
quet was attended by 37 prospective
charter mombo'rg and tho good wlshos
of almost as many moro woro sent In
by men ami women who wore unable
to attend. Tho delightful meal was
norvod by tho Ladles Aid of the Meth
odist church under tho direction of
Mrs. J. J, Kollcr. Tho decorative
schomo, carrlod out with Autumn
loaves and bright berries, was In
charge of Misses Maybello Leavltt
and Margaret Worden. Present at
tho nffalr'were: Misses Vera Hous -
ton, Elizabeth Houston Haines, Mar-
Jorlo Dlczell, Mnybollo Leavltt, Clara
Calkins, Mario Obonchaln, Ituby Fen
wick, Wanda Brown, Mrs. Blanch
Warren Collier, Mrs. Ilachael Solo
mon, Howard Winos, Charles Collier,
Fred Payno, od Twining, Gcorgo
Stevenson, Elmer Pendoll, C. H. Med
loy, Max Schnfer and John Houston,
alt of tho University of Oregon; F. J.
Fllz, University of Washington; Ken
noth Perry, Bob Elliott, Mldrod
Thrasher, of 0. A. C; Miss Allco
Blackford, unlvorslty of Illinois; Mrs.
Mario Jano O'Callaghan, U. of Chi
cago; Lyle Walthors, U. of Lei and
Stanford Jr.; Miss Margaret Worden,
Washburn Collego; Fred Wosterfleld,
Valparlso; W. V. Marshall, U. of
Michigan; C. E. Solomon, C. S. U. S;
Irono E. Conwny, U. of Wisconsin;
Frank S. Howard, Whitman; Ruth
Wilson, Grcnnoll college, and U. of
Penn; R. S. Llouranco, Colorado
School of Mines; Miss Mary E. Craig,
U. of Missouri and Columbia Univer
sity; Miss Grnco Farrand, Berkeley
collego; Miss Elizabeth Koys, Marlon
collego and U. of Virginia.
!Mr. and Mrs, John E. Endors cele
brated on Tuosday tholr second wed
ding annlvorssary with n small din
ner nt tholr lovely homo on Pine St.
Presont wcre: Mr. and Mrs. Hardin
Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Harden
brook and Olonn Jester.
Tho Ladles Aid of tho Methodist
church wad cntortalncd on Thursday
afternoon at tho' homo of Mrs. W. J.
Stclnmetz on Ninth street. Tho In-
dlos mot and made plans for a rum
mngo salo to bo held a week from,
this Saturday. A dollghtful lunch
eon wns served by tho hostess at tho
closo of tho afternoon,
Mrs, R. J. Shcots entortalned Tues
day for tho Hannvv Hour Snwlnc eluhl
ut her homo on South Riverside av -
onue. :A number ot cuests wero
tortnlncd besides tho regular mem
bors ot tho club. They were: Mes
dames R. S. Mooro, J. F. Gooller, A.
Frlsbto, Mills, Miss Elizabeth McCur
dy, and tho children guests were Cal
llo Hector, Lin Propst, Hazel Rich
ardson, Helen Richardson, Members
Mcsdnmes R. A. Emmltt, W. P. John-
now that we havo national pro
hibition thoy are equipping schoot
boxes with Individual drinking
cups. Sort of souvenir, or what is
Our idea ot a girl without am
bition Is ono who Is contontod to
Ho In a hammock whllo other girls
rldo by In automobiles.
LAW OF THE ROAD
"Hoy, youl Don't stop your car
near my horse! It skeers him."
"Don't worry, I know tho rules,
'Don't park near a plug. "
The Rex Cafe
$1.00 Special Sunday Dinner $1.00
Holn Dill PIcklos Largo Rlpo 01IVC3
Cro.un- of Chicken Soup
Combination Vcgetnblo Salad
Choice ot Entroe;
.Chicken Frlcassoo, Egg Dumplings
Fried Spring Chicken, Garden Peas
Breaded Voal CutletB, Cream Oravey
Snow Flako Polajoos
Tea, Coffee, Milk or Chocolate
Tho Past Matrons Club of Aloaha
chapter of Kastorn Btar mot Friday
afternoon at the Baldwin hotel for
a social attornoon,
Aloaha chapter of O. E. S. gave a
Hallowo'en banquet Tuesday ovenlng
at tholr chapter rooms which was
uttondod by a large number of visit
ing friends. Hallowo'en decorations
i were used In adorning tho rooms
, The committee in charge was Mr. and
Mrs. L S. Ifonry, Mrs. ,W. P. McMil
lan, Mrs Jennie Hurn, Mrs. H, E.
Hauger, Miss Ida B. Momyer, and
W. A. Dclzoll acted as toast master.
Lyceum, hall of Sacred Heart
church, Tuesday ovenlng, provided
tho setting for tho first of a sorlcs
of entertainments to bo glvon during
tho winter months by the young peo
plo of tho parish. Miss Cecilia Mc
Mahon was hostess on this occasion
and was ably assisted by the young
Indies of tho C. Y. L. club. Five
Hundred and Bridge Whist provldod
tho entertainment for tho guests,
numberclng about sixty, and costly
prizes were given to thoso making
the highest scoro. Mrs." Golden Lin
coln was awarded tho first prize for
tho ladles and Mr. 0. F. Foster first
prlzo for tho men. Tho consolation
prize felt to Mrs. Tom Lorrene. Misses
Elizabeth Ramsby, Opal Cardwell
and Florence Elliott, music pupils
of Sacred Heart Academy, delighted
tho gucstB with soreral piano solos,
rendered In their UBual charming
manner. !All presont voted tho even
ing ono of tho most onjoyablo and
nro anxiously awaiting tho second of
tho series. Mrs, Rogor Deweeso will
bo hostess on this occasion.
Black cats and witches, yellow
pumpkins and ghosta wero scattered
at random throughout tho whole low
er floor of tho Whlto Pelican hotel
Friday night when tho Masons and
their ladles gathered there for a Hal
lowo'en dnnco. Tho affair was given
on an claborato scale and Interesting
was tho scccn presented as tho merry
makers whirled and danced undor
the clovcrly shaded lamps.
Announcements havo been recotved
hero by friends ot Miss Lois Myers
telling of her marriage to F. R. Swln-
den In Portland on Octobor 21. Miss
Mers bu n host ot frIonds ln Bnd
en-fnround town who "member her as
la teacher In tho public schools ot
ROSEBURG "A quiet but protty
wedding was solemnized In Portland
last Saturday, when Miss OlaUjs Lon
ox became tho brldo of Charles W.
S'prlnger. Tho woddlng camo as a
complete surpriso to their many
friends In this city. Tho bride Is tho
dnughtor ot Dave Lenox, and is a
rccont graduate of O. A. C. where
sho was most popular In campus ac
tivities. She wns a member ot tho
Chi Omega sorority. Mr. Springer
Is located near Yoncnlla, where ho Is
englnoorlng highway work. Tho
young couple will mnko their homo
In that vicinity at the presont." Miss
Lonox Is well known In Klamath Falls
having spont sovoral summors with
her father during the tlmo ho wns
Stowed Sugar Corn
soon, Harry Richardson,
Humphrey, Jennie Hum,
Stolmnotz, L. Huconlch, O.
tor, and tho hostess.
Pudding, Custard Sauco
proprietor of tho old Shasta confec
tionery storo, nnd last year sho
taught In tho coitimorclnl department
of tho high school hero.
Tho nnnual high school reception
hold sway with tho young folk of tho
city last night when they nil gnth
rrcd In tho high school building as
tho guosts of the sophomores and bad
a Jolly time with Hallowo'en games
and eats. Last night su'w ono of tho
largost parties ot Its kind ovor held
In tho old building, and thoso in at
tendance Insist that they had the
finest tlmo over.
Tho Leisure Hour bridge club will
bo entertained on Tuesday afternoon
at 2:1G by Mrs. B. B. Hall In the
Hall hotel Annex.
The Women's club of the B. P. O.
E. will meet Tuesday afternoon at
2:30 In the Temple on Main street
for a social attornoon, and tVe host
esses, Mrs. R. E. Deweese and Mrs.
John E. Enders, wish it to bo known
that bridge and fancy work will bo
tho order of tho afternoon.
Ono of the largest Hallawe'en card
parties ot the week wag that given
on Thursday by Mrs. Carey Ramsby
and Mrs. Fred Houston at tho form
ers homo. "GOO" was the diversion
of tho ovenlng for the many guests,
who appeared In costume. Many
elaborate disguises were worn by the
ladles as well as many that were
funny or clover. Tho rooms woro
decorated with Hollawo'en symbols
which lent to tho gaiety of the occas
ion. The refreshments, too, carried
out the spirit ot the decorations. Tho
guests wore: Mesdames W. O. Smith,
C. I. Roberts, Oscar Shlve, J. J. Par
ker, F. U. Patrick, 0. B. Cozad,
Charles L. Mooro, Hardin Carter, L.
0. Mills, Dorothy Luco, dharlcs J.
Martin, O. A. Belman, Earl Whltlock,
Byron Hardenbrook, Fred Schallock,
O. W. Houston, Leo Houston, L. G '
Van Bcllen, E. B. Hall, Golden Lin
coln, Leslie Rogers, E. L. Hosley,
Lesllo Terwilllgor, Fred Dunbar, E.
B. Henry, Ora Coffee, C. H. Under
wood, Will Baldwin, John Enders,
Bert WIthrow, O. W. Robrtson, Joe
Brott, John Martin, A. J. Voye, Frod
Mills, R. H. Anderson, Lestor Kirk
Patrick, of Merrill, Misses Maud
Baldwin, Agnes Lee, and Alice Mc
Court. Mrs. Cozad was tho winner
of the first prlzo and Mrs. Bellnran
received the consolation gift.
Mrs. A. J. Voyo, Horry Borrell, and
Miss Ina Graham will present a
group ot beginners In vocal, piano
and violin at a prlvato recital this
ovenlng from 7:46 until 8:45 in tho
chamber ot commerce- room's. Miss
Esther Calkins, a young lady who
has developed wonderful ability in
voice within the short tlmo she has
been studying under Mrs. Voye, will , Miss Constance Fisher will net as ac
bo presented In tho vocal recital, Miss companlst. Mrs. Voye, Mr. Borroll
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111 : each week will give ample money " ' ,
I . ', for Christmas gifts. Deposit at - Mr.
First State & Savings Bank 1
- Klamath Falls, Oregon
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CHAS. P. MAGUIRE
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Kat'horlne Walton, whom many Ida-,
math Falls folk havo heard with
pleasure, will appear as tho violinist,
and Miss Elizabeth Graham, daugh
ter ot Mr. and Mrs. Al Grahum, -will
be presented In the piano recital.
and Miss Graham oxpoct to-continua
those recitals throughout the winter
as their pupils advance from stage to
fltago in tho study ot their chosen
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Somo members Bparo the rod and
spoil the sllppor.
from tho males.
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