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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH JF ALLS. OREGON
The Evening Herald
I'. K. 80ULK....Klltor and Publish
H. II. HI Mi............... City Kdlior
Published dully except Bnndny, by
Tim Itornld l'tibllslilnR Company of
Klnmnlh Knlls, nt 110 KlRhth street.
Entered nt tho poslofflco nt Klnm
nlh Fnlls, Ore., for transmission
tliroiiuli tlio malls nj second-class
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ly entitled to tho use, for publica
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to It, or not otherwise credited In
thin nnpor. nnd nlso the local news
OutburtU of Everett True By Condo
sattiw.w. Ai'iiiii in. mag
J XO TIMB VOl LIKE I
TIlKtlK In no time for anKcr,
Tbcre U no time for hate;
N'or any tlmo for war.
With Its Into of Brave and tears.
ifpvrriiiiK men to urines
Of prehistoric years;
i ilieir wake w nolo nation starring,
OrylnK. In despair their need,
Tortured, helpless, hoplcs victims
Of Inhuman, ruthless Vreed.
''Mil tie world shall censo Its tu
mult and abandon strife,
Hjrro s'rmlnK Is no time for life.
' 'o mankind I offer serrlce,
' ! np nthrrs when I enn ,
yv n-orid v(lll bo keptbusjr
iicRjun n lour-squaro man.
, , r Orlando Kline. M. D.
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, u EASTER
EATErt, annlrerwry of thanes
tiTPfilon; and" real birthday of
Christian ciTlltratton, apaln Is ecle
u ncd ns It has been for nearly
i " year,
Primarily It Is a religious festival,
f'lrlst'anity's rMlylnc day. on which
evening of auction bridge and music.
r.iw wanderlnB sheep return to! Their RUMts crc. Mr. and Mrs. K. II.
''e fold to hear Inspiring sermons
"lit 5lvr many a new lease on life.
T!ie spirit of Caster Is tho spirit
e' tlin Resurrection of spring the
rwaVrnlng of life, hop and happl-
en after the long death of winter. In
l'. rense. the Kaster season Is ob-
" 'ed even In heathen countries. The
Mlil'ng Illy and the Kaster egg are
. vinbollc of the eternal ro-blrth of
Let us strive, this Easter, to res
urrect tho best that Is In us and faro
tho futuro with re-born hope, toler
ance and Christian Kindness to our
fetlSws, striving to extend the glad
spirit of Easter until It permeates all
days of the year.
Mrs. Kstollo Cnrrler, head of tho,
history department of the, 8ant Hosa
high school Is spending tho Kaster
holidays with friends hero. Mrs. Can
rler, formerly n tenrher In tho Klnm-
nth county high school tin been ex
teusloly ontertalnod during her May
Sunday night Mr. nnd Mrs, B. II llat
rntertnlned with nn Informal dinner
nt their np.irtmont In tho Hall annex.
It was n M'ry delightful affair mid
wns oiijood by Afr. nnd Mrs J t
llrorkenbrouKh. Miss Mnvlo McMil
lan, Herbert Harry, Mrs. Lottie Mar
tin nnd Mrs. Cnrrler
Wcdilesdny nttenioon Mis Mario
McMillan entertained nt brldgo for
SeNer.il of the Klamath county
high school teacher entertained Mrs,
Cnrrler nt n dinner at tho Club cafe,
Tuesday evening nnd afterwards tho
evening win spent nt tho While Toll
can renewing former friendships.
Those honoring Mrs Carrier wero
Miss Mnry Craig. Miss Hetty Reyes.
Miss Avis PatiRherty, nnd Miss draco
Tho I'syehology class will meet In
tho Library club rooms Monday
night April 17th, nt 8 o'clock. Arch
deacon Vnn Wntera will bo lender
for tho evening, Kvoryono to eordl
ally Invited to attend,
Mr. II 1. L, Htottnil nnd Mrs.
Fred Dunliar outertnlned on ThttrM
day evoiilttg nt tho formerV homo
honoring Mrs, (loldeu Lincoln. Tito
affair was a Httrprtoo and kitchen
shower. Tho guests were attired lit
nprotts A "pot-luck" dinner wns serv
ed nt 7 o'clock nnd tho venltig was
spent In playing bridge. Tho giteM
wero Mesdnmus Lester Torullllgor. L
1. Van Mellon, M. 8. West. It B Do
weese, (lien Jester, J. II. Cnrtor. IV H
I'npe, Chns. Martin, J. K. Blllott,
Chas. L. Moore, J II. Bttders, II. L,
llnrdrnhrook, Jurk Sinter and the
The Hosehtirg News llevlow ghes
tho following account of a welcom
Ing party given In lloselitirg this
week for former Klnmnth Knlto resl-
"r" " ...... . I WJinrlon. Mis Jane Wharion. Miss club of II I' t)
Mrs. Carl Wlmberlv wns hostess'.,, . ...... ..
SCIENCE IN BAKING
CflBM'B H'lto lis ('" 'Imt baking telil
J iMiiiliiiv to llt ileitree t f ilejtrtvx
SIIOt'LD (lie linking not Inko place at tho
right lime, on meoiint of Mailing thirty
minute-, for jour , the gut to iilliiwril
YOU do not have to wait for
your oven to heat It it al
ways ready; jutt turn the twitch,
in two minutes you're ready to
THE CALIFORNIA OREGON POWER
Vtlltn Will,. 1 1 Mr, Cllv linr.liiti Mr.
Inst evening nt n dinner nt her homo T,,m Wlmrlln M,M Mr), , I
The regular meeting of the
GAIN FOR VIRTUE
TUB 'Easter season lg a fitting
tlmo for spiritual Inventory; for
consideration of loss or gain in reli
It is cheering at this Easter season
to noto the balanra sheet show a
decided credit for the effort of the
twelvemonths of 1921 an Increase
in church membership of 761,727.
When all Is said by the cynics and
the prophets of evil, the fact remains
that right Is constantly gaining as
cendancy over wrong, and truth over
Tho dovll Is blatant and bis works
aro performed to tho tune of loud
noise. Virtue makes progress quietly.
Ueeauso c-vll Is exceptional, tho wick
edness of the world gets more display
than tho good work that aro dally
being performed by myriads of good
"Wo aro gad to note, thb activity of
tho oar In organization of the forces
of good. It Is pleasant thought for
Prairie. A L. Mice. May Telford, and
Mobt. Goctz. Misses.Mary Mall, Augus
ta Parker, Ollvo and Jfnudo Carleton.
Snyder, Payne. Kannle Virgil, and
Vera Houston. The next meeting will
bo with Mrs. A. M. Collier, April 2.
at her home at Third nnd Pine
Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Whlttock.
Mrs. Estelle Carrier, Mrs. Martin,
Herbert Barry and Mr. Albcrtson.
Mrs. Wi, P. Johnson entertained
the Happy Hour club Tuesday after
noon at her homo, 743 Valnut ave
nue. Tho time was plcasantlr spent
In needle-work. Recently the club In
augurated th'e custom of giving a sil
ver offering at each meeting for the
benefit of the playground work of the
chamber of commrcc. Those present
were Mcsdames It. A. Emmltt, Ed ' Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Truax enter
Propst. W. J. Sielamctr, R. J. Sheets. I talned n few of tho younger set Frl
Harry Richardson. Ceo. Humphrey.' day evening at their new homo on
Miss Mary Craig gave a dinner
Sunday honoring Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Ranong tn the grill room of the
UTiltc Pelican hotel.
Mrs. Horaco Mrldgcford entertain
ed tho Lelsuro Hour club Tuesday
afternoon at her homo at Pelican
City. Theru wera flvo tables of
brldgo. At tho cloto of tho afternoon
dollclous refreshmenta wero served.
Tho decorations wero In keeping with
tho spirit of tho Kaster season. Mrs.
ilenrletta Molbasc won the prlzo for
Tho Missionary Society of tbo
Methodist church next Thursday at
tornoon at tho homo of Mrs. Carrlo
Malors. Tboro were eighteen mem
bers present. Tho leader for tho aftor
noon was Mrs. W, J. Stelnmett and
tho subjects considered wero "Latin
Amerira" and "Africa". After tho
pionram n social hour was enjoyed
nud tea was served by the hostess.
Thursday ovonlng Mr. and Mrs. J,
C. Urockenbrough entertained with
nu Informal dinner, followed by an
Sam Summers, Wellington Templar,
E,d Jones, JJ. Keller. L. Ruconlch,
"Jennie Hum, O. L Hector and tbo
guests, Mrs. C. I. Rcckard, Mrs. Ray
Tatlow and Mrs. Olan Pfopt.
' 'Mrs. Chas, Dlundel Drownc enter
tained Informally at bridge Tuesday
afternoon at her home In tho Sunset
apartments. The prize for high score
was won by Mrs. Byron Harden
brookTThe guesU were MesdamtsT.
A. Stovenson.'P S. Pope. H W. Hen
derson, J. E. Enders, Hardin Carter.
Dyron Hardenbrook. Louis Hoagland
and J. M. Allnut.
The Assembly Dancing clug gave
one of their delightful dances Mon
day night at the White Pelican hotel.
There was not a large crowd but all
present declared It one of the most
enjoyable dances of the season. Tho
next dance will be given May Sth, and
Is to be Informal and will be In the
nature of a May party. Each couple
may Invite another married couple
as their guests.
Aloha Chapter of tbo Eastern Star
held a regular meeting Tuesday even
ing at tbo Masonic ball. After tho bus
lnefl meeting a short program fol
lowed, consisting of n clever piano
roonologne given by Miss Florence
Pfrcmmer and a reading by Mrs. W.
C. Van Emon. Miss Pfremmer hup
como here only recently but Is a tery
welcomo addition to Klamath Fall
society because of her charming per
sonality and many accomplishments.
Mrs. A. L. Itlco and Mrs. E. B. Otto
were hostesses to tho children of tho
primary clatscs of tho Presbyterian
Sunday school, Saturday afternoon.
This was an Easter parly and was
held In the church parlors.
The Kedron club met at the home
of Mrs. Uurge Mason Tuesday even
ing. Mrs. Mason was assisted In ear
tertalnlng the club by Mrs, Hollo C.
Groesbeck. After the regular business
meeting a social hour was enjoyed
and refreshments nervod. The dining
room was decorated In a color scheme
of pink, using sweet peas and pink
cyclamen and small pink Easter bas
kets for the favors. Those present
wero Mesdames A. M. Collier, Wy
gant, O, L. nrown, W. S. Slough, R.
C. Oroesbeck, N n. Drew, Roy La
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both Orlgsby) entertained this after- '"V" '" " " "r '" '',.. V ",' , Mlsi Lots Parks nnd the hostess. Mrs
noon with n reception honoring Mrs
Carrier, nt her homo 721 X. Ninth
street. Sho Invited her former ctnss
mates nnd friends of Mrs. Carrier
The decorntolns wore of Easter flow
er and nn Easter egg hunt wai one
of tho game of tho afternoon. A deli
rious supper Is planned fur Medninrx
Herman Foster, Jame Foster, Hnr
din Carter, (lien Jester, Roderick
Smith, Sam Holdrn, Jnmes Lytic, Lo
Parker. Hans Wagner, Everett Mc
folium. Hornre, Manning nnd Estelle
Cnrrler; Misses Myrtle Jones. Flor
ence Mradley. Vera Thompson, Fern
Hanks, draco llonglnmt, Marie Oben
chaln, Ruth Llndsey Mary Jenkins,
Dorothy Currln. Albertlna Nltschelm,
Esther Calkins, nnd Margaret John
Masll Mrown, son of Mr and Mrs.
O. L. Mrown celebrated his thirteenth
birthday at his home, Ninth and Lin-'
coin streets last Saturday evening. I
The tlmo was very happily spent In!
games and stunts put on by some of,
the talented guests. Thono en Jo) Ing'
tbo evening were, Jean Thompson,!
Zepha Rogers, Allso Massey, Lena'
Luln, Helen Abbey, Huth Color. Ad-j
(MO JenKinn i.ois niTuun, tmuTrr
Llndsey, Dorothy Dunham. Thelma
Brlzzle, Joy and Joe Evans, Chas.
I ly. Mr. and Mrs. (J. V. Wlmberly hnto
been making their homo In Klamath
Fnlls for tho past few jenra nnd hao
Just recently returned here They
Intend to mnkn their home hero In
the future. Tho Carl Wlmberly home
was very attractive for tho occasion
last ovonlng with decorations of liar-
rlssus, hynclnth nnd geraniums The'
dinner table wan prettily decorated (
carrying out the spirit of Baster with
plnro cards and favors The hostess
was assisted In serving by Mrs (luy
Cordon. Thoso "present wero Mrs 0
V. Wlmberly, tho guest of honor.
Miss Alice 1'e.lnnd. Ma Kmmn IV
laud, Mis draco I.lojil, Miss Moss
K will ho held on
Tuesday nt 2 3U p. III. Mesduines B
l Lamb. T. f Campbell, It. B. Ie
weesit and Myron Hardenbrook will
bo hostesses All vlalllng tod)' Elks
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