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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1922)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
HAtrimiV, mAV M, tited
A nurprlfio party was Klveit last
r'flnlnrdny afternoon In tho nun room
of tho Whlto Pelican hotel for Ml.ii
Pnnnlo Virgil and Mr. Golden Mil
coin, hrldcvto-lio. hy tho teachers
-of Central school, insisted hy Mr.
M. S. . hosier. Mr J. P. Well nml
Mm. Tm1 NVon (formerly Mln
I'fremmer). Mrs. Nelson played nnit
satin mnor.nl ntimliers nml thou
oarh Rilost wn Riven paper, paste
nml maRiultio plrtures with which
to make n ,,llfo book." KollowltiK i Humphrey s on Pine street. .Needle
thht entertainment tho two honor .rk jas tho attraction of tho nf
Riiest were each presented with n ' ternoon and delirious refreshments
large hand-colored photograph of ,' were served hy the hostess. Those
Crater l.ake. I.ater delicious re-1
freshmen! wen served. Thoe
present were Medames' C. A. Pat
terson, Mnltlo Call, Agnes Itryan,
Molllc Ileldlng. M. S. Lester. J. P.)
Wolls. Ted Nelson nnd Misses Iluby j
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Fenlck. Jessie Payne. Augusta
Parker and tho two gucrts of
Mr, he,, rarkor entertained on
Tuesday erenlng with a surprise
dinner party In honor ot the birth
day of her sister. Mis Opal Harvey
Sweet peas were used for decora
tion nnd a delicious dlnner was
. 1 lOerven1 to Misses llernlce Hector.
Dorothy Currln. Kmma FyllinR,
Ileth WrlRht nnd Francis McLane.
The P. B. O. society met Tuesday
evening at the home of Mrs. C. P.
Mason en Kltorslde avenue. Mrs.
J. V. Drewbaker was elected repre
sentative to the state convention to
ho held In Portland May 23-26. The
next meeting ot the local chapter
will bo a picnic, June Tth. Those
present wero Mesdames. A. M. Col
lier. I, li. Tniax, It. C. Oroesbeck,
Orva Heard, J. V. Ilren baker, Alfred
Collier. Karl Cummlngs. C. V. Fish
er. Pert C. Thomas, and Miss Vera
Tho Auction llrldeo rluh did not
meet this week In respect to K. T.
l.udden whoso we wag a member
of the chili. The next meeting will
be held at the home of Mrs. Ceorge
Merrynian, l.!3 Huron street.
Tho I-adles Blk club met Tuesday
afternoon at the temple, llrldge was
the game of the afternoon and Mr.
Henrietta Melhasc won the prize for
high score. Tea wa served lain In
the afternoon by the committee for
the day, composed nf Mesdann's. O.
W. Itobertson. B. II. Hall. II. IX
Hanger and Dirkerman.
Tho Tea club met Thursday after
noon at tho Methodist church. Two
of tho ladles dressed In costumes of
'49 to surprise tho rest. Tho time
was passed with needlework and del
icious refreshments were served by
the hostesses, Mesdames, Llnfesty. O.
M. Hector and W. J. Stelnmett. Next
month a lawn party will ho given.
ncbekah Lodge No. 101. I. O. O. F.
met Thursday night and elected the
following efficers: for the term be
ginning July 1st, Noble Grand, Mr.
Ivy Propst; Vice (Irani!, Mrs. Docla
I,. Morris; Recording secretary, Mrs.
Alice Lee Gdocller; Treasurer, Mrs.
Adeline Cofer. A delegation of rep
resentatives will leavo' here Sunday
for; Kugene to attend tho grand
lodge, consisting of Mrs. Stella Mung,
Mrs. Jennie Hum, Mrs. Nellie Wat
tenberg and Mrs. Alice Leo (ioeller.
Mr. W'Uttenburg expects to drive the
The Missionary society of the
Presbyterian church met Thursday
nfternoon In the parlors of tho church
The leaders of the program were,
r ' Vegetablo Salad
" , Cream of Oyster Soup
' Dolled Salmon, Kfc'K Buurn
' ' (Parluleuno Potatoes)
Half Fricxl Spring Chicken with Corn Fritter,, Maryland
llroadeil Veal Cutlet Paprika Sauco '
Mashed Potatoes String Ilcan LyotinalKo
Plncapplo Murshmallow Fresh Strawberry
or Chocolate Sumlao
Tea Coffee Cbocolato Milk
Music by IkmTs Ordiestrn
Mrs W. It. Hoyil, nml Mrs. II V
Phillips mnl tho stihjoct stiiilleil "La
tin America." Mrs. Iloyil khVo some
Interesting personal experiences In
this country nml read n letter frop
her hrothor now In South America.
Tho hotesses were Mednmes, A. M.
Wonlen. Ilerhert Mallett. and W. A
The Happy Hour club met Tuesday
, . ., i . m .-,
nfternoon nt the home of Mrs. Geo
present were. .Mesiumes. . j. hiein
......a 1 T l.ll..l V.l Illt1W UII.
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1 ngton Templar. Ivy Propst, . P.
t ?... v i.......iif n i n
Johnson, It. h. hmmltt. O, At. Mee-i
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lor. u uuroniicn, narry uicnaru-1
-- T T Ol.tJ ...1 . iild Msa
' 'V Vm, ,i ,.. V, , ,
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Sunchnhco Camp Fire Circle r.M'
a party lor tneir moiner. .iom,n ai-
lernoon in me iirifi. ui . ...,-
odlst church. Th,. rooms were beau-1
tlfully decorated with swift pens and
cherry blossoms ami pink and white
roses. This color scheme was car
ried out In the dainty refreshments
served late In the afternoon. The
program consisted of tho ceremonial
meet I OK of the camp fire nml a talk
by Mr, ltlce on one phase of their
work. Tho girls then gave the fol
lowing pregram: Piang solo, l.ydla
Von Perthelsdorf; Piano solo, Zepha
Itobcrs; Heading. "Mother O' Mine"
Ireno I.els; Violin solo. Jean
Thompsen: Heading. F.lla Itedkey;
Solo dance. "Alutra's ance" Orleg.
hy IVrglnla Klchmend: Piano solo.
Margaret Cummlngs; Vocal solo.
"That Old Irish Mother of Mine."
Jennie Delzcll; Piano solo, 'Ilecauso"
from Jorcelyn, Mildred Hideout;
Chorus. "Welcome Sweet Spring
Tlmo" by all tilt girls; "History of
the Camp Fire," F.thcl Carlson;
"What the Camp Fire Has Done For
Me," by Ituth Kllngenberg. Those
present were. Misses, I Hills McCall,
Bvelyn Amlcke, Klvlra Call, Mar
garet Cummlngs. Bthel Salson. Thel
ma Grlttle. Kvelyn France, lluth
Kllngenberg. Marlea Heed. Mildred
Hideout, Jean Thompson. Ethr
Veatch. Frances llennett, Zepha Hog
er. Blla Itedkey, Virginia Richmond,
llessle Darlcy, Ireno Lcwl. Lydln
Von Ilorthelstorf. Jennlo IVltell;
Mesdames. Frank Frankford, M. S.
Parker. Perry Do Lap. Hlce. Vlrfill
Amlcke. F. It. Call. Karl dimming,
A. Carlson, Geo. D. Grizzle, S. II.
Frances Kllngenberg. B. 8. Veatch.
Lesllo Roger. Itedkey, C. T. Darlcy,
IJ. P. Lewis. V. Von Ilorthelsdorf. W.
A. Delzell. John McCall and Mlsi
The Psychology class will meet
Monday evening at tho library duhj
room nt S o'clock. Dr. Fred Wos-
terfelt will be leader for tho even
inriiiL mil liit ii-iiiii-i in mv ivn- l
m. ti .i.hie win bo -Trotter"
Mrs. win, canons gavo a hridj;o
party In honor of Mis Mary Craig
who 1 leaving Klamath Falls to
teach In Portland. Thcro were four
tables of bridge and Mr. II. M. Man
ning won the prUe for the highest
score. Xtlss Craig was given the
guest prlie. The house was beau
tifully decorated with spring flower,
In the dining room a French basket
decorated tho table. Thoso present
were, Mesdames, K. D. Lamb, Twyla
Ferguson, II M. Manning, Flucger,
II. D. Lloyd Stewart, Win. Robort
son, T. C. Cumpbell, (iolden Lin-
Pear llenle. Mrs K. U. fropst am! I " , ,. .... i, ,
Miss Frances Hnmphro,. The next "'"TvU.ui oh X Ll
meeting of the club will Ik held nt "''"; !M "; J1?? !
.. . , ... ,, ., ii.fll llardenbrook. It 1. Dele. J ..'
the home of Mrs 0 M. Hector. . .,..,., -i,i.i., i
Itrockenbrough. J. .' Parker, (.olden
. . ..tli..M l 1 A.n.t.t.
coin mnl Miss Florence FlucRer, Het
ty Koyes nnil tho honor UMt Mls
A r.rniip of r.liU inv a ploiilr
mnl linn fin near llu t.lnK river luin
Monday eoiiliiK In honor of .MIh,
Kmlly Mcllrown of IVmlleton who Is
vlsltlnc Mrs. II. 1. Nowiill Those
present Voro, MIsos M.irjorlo Del
xell. Plorenco Porter, lloly Keyes.
Mary Crnlc. ('Lira Calkins. Klltaheth
Sullivan. Kayo West. .NfarRaret Wor-
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I draco Knrraml ami I.oretta Jeiinliins
I nml the guest if honor.
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Mrs. Herbert IV Newell charmingly
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i riuiTiaiiii'ii miiii (i mm imh.j .v.,-
nosd.iy nfternoon In honor of her
ulcs-o Mls Knilly Mcllrown of Pen
dleton. Th,. room Aoro decorated
1 with bowls of pansles ami delirious
i refreshments were served by tho
' hostess. Those present. Mesrames
i" , , ,, ., , , u. ,.
H hbert nnd Mrs. Illbbert. Sr. Ilor-
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i no llrldgeford. 1M. Pike. . I).
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iinrinn. i.t'iir ni'fi-i-, i. ...t.a-vj.
K. deary. T. C. Campbell. K. I)
gate. C. C. I.erent: Misses. Constance
K(nR of ,,,,, ,.rvt,., Jmnni
t Km Mcr0wll ot l,.,idletoli.
Mr- nnd Mrs. Thai! Stevenson en
tertained with an Informal dinner
Monday night at their home In Dot
Springs ItrldRo n played In the
evenlnc. The guests were. Mr. ami
Mrs. K. U. Hall. Mr- "' Mr,, Jack
The regular monthly mcrtlnR o
th0 V. C. T. V. which was held, nt the
Presblerlan church Tuesday April
lfi. wa, well attended. Miss l.ydla
Frlcke county health nurie. gave an
instructive talk on prenatal care and
child hygiene, after which two pol-
I timli T Si,vpnsoii. II O Stevensoiu
i.uiciMn. v iiiii. .,iin.-i. , . .-i-i-i i
CUTS DOWN HALLS LEAD; 3 COUNTIES NOT IN
(Continued from Page 1)
PORTLAND, May 20.-7:55
on 25 counties, incliuhntf Multnemah: Oleott 1G,950, ,k()r hai.i:-oBm Planet Jr garden
Hall 10,29(5, other candidates far in rear. Congressman I 'inn. i"o on hamt ruititator,
Fii-st district, Hawley S050, Norblad 5775, Fisher 170S ; lz V" al"nr"-J- !?.22fV
Second district, Sinnott 205-1, Gwinn lb'2J): Third dis- " "
trict, Mc Arthur 7128, Korbell (5703, Crumpacker 1S93,
PORTLAND, May 20.-8:54 a. m. Second district
returns tabluated this morning. Sinnott 428-i, Qwinn
3002; Hawlev leading in First, McArthur in Third dis
PORTLAND, May 20. 8:50 a. m. One hundred nnd
seventy complete Multnomah precincts and incomplete
returns from 29 eountfes give Hall 19,110, Oleott 17,903.
PORTLAND,-May 20.-10:38 a. m. One hundred
seventy Multnomah precincts and incomplete returns
from 29 counties gave Bean 893, Lee 893 (a tie), Patt'er
terson 5393, White 5090. Hall's figures for Multnomah
7674, outside counties 10,143.
Same tabulation gave Hoff 21,512, Ryan 20,228. For
Tfijiihlicfn c'n'.iimittoomnn. Williams 21.39(5. 'Fithian
.,12,178. .For public service
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yes 23,339, no 12,178: for
ilO,80S. For public service
Jaiuiaiy, Thiehoff 794o, Campbell 5477, Layman Z661.
For labor commissioner. Dalziel 8228. Gram 7257.
First district, Hawley 9728, Norbald 6051, Fisher
3217; Second district, Sinnott 4264, Gwinn 3062; Third
district, McArthur 5813,' Korell 5612, Crumpacker 4559,
Democratic nomination for governor, Pierce 3753,
Starkweather 2138, Holmes 599, Purdy 353. Morrow
leading for democratic national committeeman, 3209,
WHERE EVERYBODY GOSH
SOME OP THE HODKINSON FEATURES
The race scenes and action in this picture will make
, you stand up in your seats. Don't miss it.
SundayThe Famous Blind Woman
The Photo Play Beautiful with Helen Keller
the eighth wonder of the world
A Good Comedy and
Urban's Movie Chats, and Vaudeville Movies
Aikussioii 10c-20c. ' Contowois Sbow-1, 3, 5, 7, 9
Ittcnl upcnkcri litlkeil on tliQ, Imties
of tho iny. Tho omnn' fiotl ex
clutRO win a IiIk miccem nnil will
tin repented nt tho next iiieelltii;,
Tuoitlny Juno " Miivli Interest wiii
tllilayotl In illinmilnit wnyi mitt
moans to rnNo t'iW for tho purehiiso
of no acre of tho children's fat m
' limtii, ilr.ttil nffnrt In ludtiir lilt t fort It
' V ,
to ralso this amount and three now
members were added to tho union,
which Is nlvo nnd working. This
union Is non-sectarian nml any chris
tian woman Is urgently reiiiestiil to
Mrs. 0. P. I.orent entertained
Krlilny nfternoon at her npnrtmonts
In honor of Miss Mcllrown of Pen
dleton. Tho house was decorated
f with pink sweet pens. The afternoon
was spent with needlework Dainty
refreshments were sered hy the hos
tess. The guests were Mesdames.
1 Union Crump. It- ' t'eary, 1'. M
Igle, II I) Newell, and tho guest of
honor Miss llcllmwn..
Frogs Devour Chickens
Investigation Is Made
HLACKWKt.L. Okla. May 20
Th0 Hlackwvll Tribune today lnves
tlgated a report that carnivorous
frogs were menacing chickens In
tho south portion of the city nml
found tno Residents of th edlstrUt
declared they had been attracted by
cackles of distress from the fowls to
n nearby pond nnd founil n large
bullfrog dragging u frying hen Into'"
riiiLognx forn.u wf.d
Cecil Jackson and Winnie John
were united In marriage Friday
evenlnn at the Christian church par
sonage by the Nov. A. II. Ilrlslow
They expert to make their homo In
a. m. Portland returns
commission recall, Williams,1
Buchtcl recall, yes -20,800, no
. . - . .
commissionership, vacant i
Pianos. Sonoras and
HI Pvi HI
High rlam pUno and auto polish
at Barl Shepherds. l'.l.Jf.
POSITION WANTW)lly a first
class ready-to-wear saleslady and
graduate rorsellere. Rest reference.
P. () Hot (33. Klamuth Falls. Ore
WANTBD Auto mechanic. If you
are not a mei'hunlc don't apply
Hot (III,, ChlliKiuIn, or M'i Mallory
POR HAI.K Olio 1H2I T passenger
Ilillck, like new; One used Dodge
Inuring; One Ford touring. Central
FOR RP.ST Two-room furnished
cabin, one furnished room, close
In. 1 143 Pine. Phone r.CK-lt. "iii
Slightly UHKI) Piano and Phono
graph. Price and term will suit.
Barl Shepherd Co., CUT Main St.
FOR RBNT Nicely furnlshe.1 front
room. Hath and phone, HI! N. !'th
TVPBWRITI.'R PAPKIt ut the Drum
mom) Print Shop. We liaVe It In
letterhead site and legal site. In sev
eral weight and grades, ami either
blank or numbered. Put up In
ream package (MiO sheets) and at
prlics that will maku you call for
NEW STOCK OF'
Consomitive roduotionn on
many now Instnimunta with
terms to suit the conditions
We have n number of irood
used Standard instruments on
our hands. Huy them on al
most your own terms.
Wise buyers will look these
over without delay.
I'Uiiih, Record and
Phone 2.S2-J fiv7 Main St
i l i
FOR HBNT- Small ranch, close In
Cons, ftirnltiirn etc for sale llo
l 1 !!... 1. 1 111 .11
,,, -1..II, ,'-..
FOR HUNT Close In. 2 nnd It-room
furnished npai Intents, also suialt
house furnished. Telephone 342 W
FOR HAI.i: OR TRADB Pord tour
Central Hotel Building
9th and Main Stt.
Will Open for Buiineit
"Currin Says So"
First National Bank is strictly a
.local institution, owned ami managed
by local men who are intensely inter
ested in the development of their com
munity ,and the policy of this Rank is
that THE DEPOSITS ARE TO BE
USED AS FAR AS POSSIBLE TO
AID IN THE BUR.DING OF OUR
IF THIS IS THE KIND OF A
BANK THAT APPEALS TO YOU
let's get acquainted and work together.
First National Bank
Bank With Over 4,000 Depositor"
i Member Federal
Bfcizrj I IB9i'
' lajaLU-J u-'ti. t
I lug car for I -Ion triuk Pour .-,
l of hiiriiens and .1 nugons Tel .1(2 .
TO BXCHANOK -3-ri'iim ho
Take rns, tioK, ami thirkeii i r
part puymeiil lln. C T 1 1 .-r 1
"oral.! classified ad. pay too.