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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
SATURDAY, OOT0RKR 20, 1021.
What's Holding It Up?
(Coiitinuctl from Vniso Three)
A surprise parly was tomleretl at
tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. H. 11. Jen
kins last night compHm.ontlnR Mr.
Jenkins on tho occasion ot his birth
day. ,ACis. Jenkins had a big venison
rilnnor for tho honor guest and thoso
who took part In tho surprise.
Tho Woman'? auxiliary of tho
American. I.oglon will meet Tuesday
evening In tho West Hall of the Odd
Fellows building, at which time, prep
arations will be mada for tho coming
Armlstlco Day celebration. ,.
flcorgo WhltmanC entertained a
number ot hli young friends at a
Hallowe'en partjrllast night at his
liomo'on Jofforsflntstrpet. Tho house
was nrtlstlcally?decoratod tu black
cats, witches and pumpkins and Kl
lowo'en refreshments wcro Bervcd du
ring tho cvonlng. flames ot all sort
entertained the young people until
ten o'clock when they were taken to
their homes by Mrs. Whitman. Thoo
present were: Lucllto Francis, Na
lenc O'Flahcrty, Helen Cofor, Hope
Gordon, Harriet Hunter, Wilson Wi
ley, Kdward Boyd, narnest Holbrook,
Carret Beckley, and George Whit
Double Chance for
McDonald's hall will be tho scene
ot two lively dances, one tonight and
tho other Monday evening, the prop
rietor says. The attendance this
evening Is expected to exceed that of
the opening ono weo kngo when an
overflow crowd filled the place. The
occasion tonight will bo a special
prlzo dance program and tho "lucky
pot" fenturo so pleasing to dancers I
I11 lift atTnntrltr ntnVArl fnchMn' '
-will bo strongly played. Cochran's
orchestra has been complimented for
the now danco music which lt Is us
ing hi Its program.
Monday tho hall will bo prepared
for tho masquerade ball which will
bo staged at 9 o'clock P. M. and as
tho event Is Hallow Eve, this occas
ion will bo ono long remembered by
attendants, tho proprietor says. The
danco Is open to the public and every
one Is cordially Invited to participate
In this merry makng event.
Tho recital of Miss Helen Clark,
contralto and Mr. Joseph Phillips,
baritone, assisted at the piano by
Mr. Thomas H. George was well at
tended and appreciated last night by
tho audience nt the Presbyterian
Tho recital was tendered to the
music loving public ot this city and
county Gy George A. Wlrtz of the
Klamath Falls Music House and was
a ro-crcatlon test ot tho Edison ma
chine with tho voices of the two per
formers on records previously made
by them. Proof of the assertion that
a singer could noi' adjust tho voice
to suit tho record during a test was
first shown by having the lights In
the church shut off, the machine
playing a record by Miss Clark. The
audlenco was unable to tell when
she was singing or when the repro
duction was being played on tho ma
chine Additional proof came with
tho piano recital by Mr. Oeorge, In
which tho "Second Mazurka" by Go
tlard and "Sous Dots" by Staub were
tested. Tho notes or tho piano both
under tho human and mechanical
test wcro practically tho samo and
"fitted" at nil points.
t recital followed after tho tonal
tosts and tho numbors, "Glvo a Man
a Horse Ho Can Ride," "Sweet Mary"
and "Tho Rosary" by Mr. Phillips
ivcro highly complimentary to his
skill as n barltono. "A Lullaby,"
"A Dream" and tho Scotch song, "My
Lnddlo" by Miss Clark wore also well
approved, hut tho pleasant manner
of Mr. Phillips In 4ils reclial espec
ially pleased tho auditors. Mr
Ccorgo camo In for much npnlauso
In his londttlon ot t,ho "Proludo In
C Minor'1 and tho waltz, "Poblnn."
Tho records which woro used In tosts
-with tho human volco giving human
expression nnd found Identical with
tho singer's voices "woro "Irene,"
"Kitty of Coleralno," by Miss Clark:
and "Jack's tho Roy," and "Tho Dear
Little Jnppy-Jap-Jap," by Mr. Phll-
Tlio IMIcon ro-creatlou tosts last
Ji'ght woro highly Interesting to pinny
owners of machines In this city and
u Hourco of much education at the
srnmo time, (It Is said that this test
was tho first ono ever given hero
wHJi the- original nrtlsts of tho roc
crili pin) oil.
Tho French govornora of Louisiana
trlrd tho pettiest cases.
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AT THE CHURCHES
No changes will be mado In this
column unless tho copy Is at Tho
Evening Horald offlco by 5 o'clock
SACKKD IinART CHCItCH, corner !
ot Eighth and High, Itov. Hugh
Marshall, Rev. J. V. Molloy.
1st Mass at 8:00.
2nd Mass nt 10:30.
Evening services at 7:00.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE! society of
Klamath Falls hold services In tho
lower room of tho Library building,
nnwttnw nt Tt,lr.f nnrl fnln baa
corner of Third and Main streets.
every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock
Tho Sunday school session Is
from OMCto 10:45 evory Sunday
morning. Tho subjoct tor Sunday Is
The free reading room nnd tree
lending library Is open from 2:30
to 4:30 on Tuesdays, Thursdays
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, corner
Washington and Eighth. A. F. Sim
mons, pastor. Residence 612 Call
Tiro First Baptist church meets for
worship every Lord's Day at their
place ot worship, corner ot Sth and
Preaching at 11 a. m.
B, Y. P. . at 7 p. m.
Preaching at 8 p. m.
CIUUSTIAN CHURCH, corner 9 th
nnd Pine ctrcets, C. F. Trimble, pas
tor, 2107 Wantland Ave. Phono
.METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
corner Sixth and Pine streets. Rev.
Arthur Rice, minister.
CHURCH. Rov. H. J. Meyer, pastor,
residence 446 South Rlversldo street.
Services at the chamber ot com-
themo of the pastor's sermon Is
merce rooms at 10:30 a. m. Tho
"Tho Believer's Happy Stato."
THE EMMANUEL BAPTIST
CHURCH, corner of 1th and High
streets. Rev. J. J. Dickson, pastor,
Church school at 10:00 A. M.
Iloulah Jarvls, Superintendent.
Morning worship at 11 A. M.
Subject ot tho sermon, "Tho House
by tho Sldo of the Road."
Mass Meeting at tho Presbyterian
church at 7:30,
Prayer meeting Thursday evening
at 7:30. This will bo monthly busi
ness meeting. All members of tho
KwTuB"tho"tuin to be" ndungerous ono. tlio photoarapher toolt his station thgro. onU woa rewarded
' this rcmarkal.lo action picture from tlio Borlln. Oormany. races Tlio auto ha tunica completely ovor,
but tho driver ana mechanic wcro
ivr r hsuic on his estate nt
csts can tt-inJ In It to view th
church nro urged to bo on hand.
THE SALVATION 'ARMY
123 So. 4th St. Thoro will be a sor
vlco tonight at 8 o'clock conduct
ed In our hall. N
Tomorrow at 11 a. m. there will
bo a holiness mooting; Sunday
School at 2:30 p. m. '
At 8:00 r. M. fhoro will be a
service conducted by Lt.
It. E. Vaughan. The public Is cor
THE STRAND i
"You can't wreck this ship when I
my pup can't swim-" So said Poto,
tho big Swedo seaman on board tho
"Thomas Doano" whon ho overheard ,
the plans ot the rest ot tho crow)
to run tho ship on tho rocks In or
der to colloct tho Insuranco monoy
for 'tho owners. That was tho slg-1
nal for a fight, on tho outcomo of(
which hung tho fate ot the sturdy)
little schooner. Bradloy N'lckerson,'
tho mate, thinking It was mutiny,
and unaware of tho owner's orders
to sink tho ship, Joined In with
tho Swede. It was "como" tight, but
they managed to roach the wheel Just
In tlmo to chango the course of tho
ship and avoid disaster. This Is but
one ot tho many thrilling, spectacu
lar scenes Included In "Partners of
the Tide," In In V. Wlllnt's latest
production, released by Hodklnson,
nnd scheduled to appear as tho fea
ture attraction nt tho Strand Thoatro
tomorrow. It Is a story ot tho sea
adapted from the novel of the same
name written by Joseph "C. Lincoln.
Shipwrecks, daring rescues, a fight
between divers Inside a ship on the
bottom of tho sea, and tender talo ot
lovo, have all been combined by Irvln
V. Wlllat Into a picture that has real
,A man resembles a ball ot twlno
when he Is wrapped up In himself.
Oldest Retail Dairy In Town
The White Lunch
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Photo of Auto Race
thrown clear, qni PJA gnown pnths jrouna,
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