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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1922)
HATt'lllMY, MAY 27. IlKfi
THE. EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
SI'M.NDS Mil, I. KINS to
ni i.osr nriirn:iti
' it; umcclvcd nuuvtilRii of hate mill
Itccaiico of lln Cllniiluiiniiii helnir,
liclil lioro this week there are vry
few ncclnl n'tlTtloH. Jinny of tho
clubs postponed their mcclliiK iml
there woro few parties given. The
ivcnthcr tins been loo colli (or pic
nlrn tint hovuid) Imvu boon H'nn"?
lied fpr next wcoV, nnioMR ttirm I
K, O, nliil tbn Koilron dub.
Mrs. .Jolin Slater entertained nl tier
liomo 1731 Huron street, Monday;
afternoon, In honor of Miss Kmlly
Mcllrown of I'oniltcton who In Us
ItlnK lior aunt, Mr. II. I). Newell.
The nftcrnoon was spent In plnilng
miction bridge. Mm. II. P. Harden
brook won the nrlio for high score
nml Mm. H. V. Henderson wan Riven
thn ronsnln'tlon prlo. The house was
beautifully decorated with f Ion or In
MiuiIph of pink. DollRlilful refresh
tiHMUR weeo rerved by the hostess,
assisted by Mrs. Dunbar and .Mrs.
TorwHIIenr. Thio present were
Memlamen II. I). 1-oyd Stewart, Leslie
TerwtlllRer, Prod l. Dunbar. P. l
Patrick, Leslie Roger. Dins. Marl In,
That! Stevenson, II. D. Newell, K. !.
Lamb. T. P. Campbell. J. S. Klllott,
Hardin Carter. Glen Jester. 11. L.
Hardenbrook, P. II. llrowno. M. S.
West, II. V. Henderson. Henrietta
Molhase, Oolden Lincoln, nml Miss
The psychology clas will not meet
Monday evening but will have their
nnxt meeting Jnno r.tb when Arch-
deacon Van Waters will be present.
It In hoped thnt n largo number will
attend for It will bo the last meet
ing of the year.
Mrs. Hdwnrd Hall IMko entertained
the leisure Hour club Tuesday after
noon In her homo at Pelican Hay
city. Decorations were carved out
with thn snrlnp flowers, and fruit
blossoms. Mrs. (lolden, Lincoln won
the prlso for IiIrIi score and Mrs.
C. 11. llrowno won the guest prize.
The following club members and
RUests were present, Metdamet J. C.
IUockcabroush. C. 11. llrowne. Har
din Carter, O. II. Cozard. II. i:. Do
wese, J. E. Under, Alice Hlbbert.
E. II. Lamb. Marie McMillan. II. I).
Mortenson, I S. Pope. II. L. Trl
chard. On. Martin, Pred Shullock,
Leslie ltogcrs. 11. D. Newell. Forrc5t
l'lel. C. P. Setter. II. II. Harrison,
MUscs Mcta Chastaln and Kmlly
McDrown. The nest mvetlnc will be
with Mrs. II. D. Hlbbert.
The Auction Hrldgo club will meet
next Wednesday afternoon with Mrs.
Rco. Merryman, 1S13 Huron street.
Aloha Chapter, Order of Eastern
Star met Tuesday evening at the
lodgo rooms In regular meeting. W.
C. Van Emon presided at the ban
quet' following and a very enjoyable
time was spont by all present.
Gilbert-Arthur Hallwell and Mcta
Prances Chastaln were married at
the Christian church parsonage last
nlRht by tho Hev. 8. J. Chaney. Miss
net McMillan and" J. Wolff were
the only attendants. Mr. and Mrs.
Ilalhvell lU at, once for Rocky Point
where they will spend a few days.
Mr. Hallwell has been local manager
for tho Standard Oil company for tho
past two years. Tho bride Is a pop
ular member of tho younger set
Wllbort Wndllegh and Hfllen K.
Vlrlz, both of Modoc Point, wero
married at tho Christian church par
souago yesterday oven lug by the
Rev. A. II. Ilrlstow. The couple will
make their home In Modoc Point
where Mr. Wadllegh I employed by
tho Lamm Lumber company.
The JiiU'iillo ensemble, pupils or
Hurry lloul, nssMod by Mis, Dorothv
Elliott, suprniin. nnd lleatrlro Wal
ton, pianist, ulll give their first rou
ter t Tuesday exciting, Juno . at the!
l'rcsliWcilau church auditorium. A
Mirled and .Interesting program will,
be ghen which, In addition' to the
ensemble, numbers will Include Mo
tin solos by Kuthcrino Walton, and
Gordon, Smith. The program will.
no anneuureii laier. ine piiuiic 's
One tone boy. Waller llannou.
composed the class Rradunted (rem
the Sacred Heart academy this term,
but that did not prevent a class picnic,
Thursday afternoon. So enthusiastic
wa, tho response thnt met with Han-'
non's Intention of having a class cel
ebration, that It was found necessary,
to divide the picnic Into two groups. I
On Thursday afternoon 40 of the'
IiIrIi school children Ralhnred at the
enterprise ranch, whom games and j
refreshments were enjoyed, while
afternoon an equal number of the)
grade children are enjoying a similar
good time nt the Fame place. The
graduating "class" declare,, this to
bo the most successful affair the
school has eer held.
What happened when the fattier
found his daughter in thlK nwiil Hit-
Nol limRiign the pun nts of rt be.Ul-Unj,m ,illllnKl told In llm von
tlful young cnunlrj girl wcjo drlxen ,ieiful motion plotuie nmsterptcre
distracted when their daiisjiler wns -M,,,!,,,,,,,,, n, nvn- x,u-li ,iiieH
kidnapped from their farm not far,,., , stn... ..,,,., suiul.i.x No
from this elty. Slmrtlv after Hils ' ihkkci. greater or belter plitin, fioni j
the mother died of a breken heait ( vVr) stnnilpoliil has eer been fllm-
i no oniy ciu m uie sirange ui-np-j ,,(1 , ,MriH, ,ellghts. and tiiuehes
peamnce of the R!rl ws letter re-,,,, ,lu, ol) .i,,,,,! u.,j. emotion
rohod by the mother which (old or kl,W, ., mMllll l, !, rKU)
ii wild plan for ieeiig but with no t,,.,,,, tvtlw', ..,u, (,m.st In photo
inline signed to the mlhe ,rHlm" ni Hmld b een by eer
Too poor to exeu give his loved man. woman and child whoapproil
xxifu a regular burial the father diigjntes the hert In motion picture eit
her graxe In a secluded spot on Ills teltalninelit.
farm and. with tho Irony of fate. i
while doing so dhenxered that tils' PUItl.ll' MH'll'K
land vas rich In oil. Thus In tho! The attention of property cmncis'
midst of all his sorrow xxmh wealth whoso, property Is liable for Improxe-
untold thrust upon htm mp.nl cssments muter assessment
,,..,, i , , mil' recently filed and now being
Soon he determined how h would pouied 8 called to tho necessity
use Ills unexpected wealth and the, of getting their applications signed
man determined to spend cxery penny :nd filed with tho Police Judge
of It If bv so dolnc bo could find his ,rom,,ll' lf Ul1' ,"" y'ur ,h"' ,f
. .... 1. M0.colll,, ''"".""payment of such nssessmentH Is to be
lost child. The postmark on the lot- takou advantage of. Applications for
tcr told hi m that It hail come from'eneh piece of properly liable have
New York city and he went there. H'oen I'repared mid It Is only a mat-
..... .....i.., i -... i., i f ..',,,r f cal iir at tho office of lint
spent weeks In groomlnR himself t, imi,,.,, jdgo and signing up Prompt
become a gentleman and put forth (attention to Oils matter will greatly
every effort n find tomo trace of his, facilitate Retting tho proposed street
mKsIn- clrl limprovemens underway.
I rt. ... itrttx ,i.i,
Sji.tHHi ."i-iooiii nuulerii housu on
paxuiueiit, close In IfiiW unh xvlll
s:t,ini(i ii-room imnlem limine, huge
till niti' I nl l, I I'lltmi III A l..ll.l
bu.x. and on xei good terms
HOMi: Vl;llV (liolio lots In all pints
or ion ii
I'OI! ItllNT- A modeill houae, iloso
III. . , lll'llll..'li A- V.H., HI"
Main SI, '.'"!'.
WOMAN WANTS Uuilidry to do nt
lioine. Phono :I22-V. L'7-U'
T)iu.xrllor pnper In leiini pneUiiKM
and at low pi Ices at the Diummuuii
lint Shop. . -.'
roil SAI.Ehory. tilpie nilimr
ilicHilmr laliln with clialn onu millil
oak N-ltMit dliilui: liiblei two iiiiittroMi.-
Whmi oii xvnnt Mime ileal, nltiiii'
llve ntllco sliltlniieiy, mil at I lie
Diuiiiiuoiid Pi Int Shop. '.'.i
KOIl HEN'IX iN-e lioiiselieoplui'
n onu Willi balh Phono .IB7-.I 'J7
, mid in iiexv. only lienn lined n
Mime iienl. iiltiiic- slum time Plume HI' "i'W
' WANTED- S passengeiH for H.hiii
i meiitii. Phono 77 or tall nt Ilex
1 When you want a nine enough car
'wash ei polish llnxo It done nl the
iWliJle Pellfitn tliiriige, 27-:i
i roil SALE-One W II eleilib
iiiuge. A baigiiliinliuiulio 720 N
1 Ninth HI. or Idiiuin :IUII-.M 'i a
! IIOI'HEIIOI.D 1 100 OH nml thickens
fin h.ile. Apply hoilNti IH. Pelltan
I'Olt HALE -HoiiHeliold goods fin
' flxo looms Kiwi room bouse lot
,ieiit. 7 1'U N Ninth HI I'liouo .lllll M
i 2(! ill
Ills efforts led him to the tlressltiR
After six months spent in Savan
nah. Georgia. ,Mm. II. V. flriffin
has returned homo very much Im-
proved In health.
A. M. Collier and family will
spent next week at Swan I.ako val
ley with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Collier.
II urge Mason will leave Monday
for Slsson, California.
Miss Marian Weber has como to
Join tho nursing staff of the War
ren Hunt hospital from Sllvcrton.
Oregon. Miss Mildred Snyder has
left for Portland for a three week's
Mr. and Mrs. Jnmos Ueckley of
Portland are spending the summer
on their ranch on the Klamath
Matthew Smith son of Matt Smith
was borucht to the Warren Hunt
hospital yesterday with a fractured
and Mrs. Prank Ward and
Mis Molly Stewart left Friday for
Medfortl and Ashland to attend the
ceremonial of Hlllah Temple. A. A
O. N. M. S. Others from Klamath
PallM to attend arc J M. I-onjr, N.
0. Wheeler. Etncst Dubb. Mr. nnd
Mrs. W. A. Delzell. Dr. and Mrs.
L. L. Truax. Harry Palcy L. L.
Uroxvncll and W. C. Van Emon,
Messrs, l.ong. Hubb and Palcy will I
take tho degrees. ;
WALLOWA To build new high
DALLAS Expects 100 new
houses this year.
PORTLAND Work to start on
.140,000 apartment bouso.
COIIVALLIS Lets sewer and
North Iiend Odd PellowH to erect
3-story lodge building.
Summer Lake Irrigation district
building big dam.
Three shafts turning out good coal
in Malheur county. '.
Veronica To get $30,000 school.
Wallowa Starts ."vigorous clean
Astoria Practically all logging
campji resume operations.
Rainier Water atrcet being pav
Open Sunday from 9 a. ra. to 3 p. m.
To Our Many Custemers:
We will have an abundance of beautiful
flojvers for Memorial Day Wreaths, Sprays,
Bouquets, etc., artistically arranged.
KLAMATH FLOWER SHOP
Phone 589 834 Main
Flowers telegraphed to all parts of United States
room of the favorite r.tar of the M-2r-202T-29-3i) 31
"Mldnlclit Itevels." Till- wnninn nl '
last wat able to put him on the right;
track, the money (here was In It for ,
her being, a strong Incentive as well i
as the opportunity she saw for re
.enge. Thl.s dancing plrl took the
man to the home 'of n well-known
millionaire and then- lie found his
precious daughter about to ho forced
Into marriage viih .1 man more than
twice her age, ai a part of his craft-1
Money Rpent for printing In Klam
ath Palls will stay here. Let lis do
your Vrlntlng,' and keep thn money
at-homo. Driimmond Print Shop.
POIt SALE- KPIHTI'IIE, very rea
sonable. 423 Oak Ave. 27-3'
should be pure
For baby's health means future happiness. So
many people take no precautions against in
fectedmilk. They should visit our creameries.
They would marvel at the spic and span system
of keeping our products sanitary and our per
fected process of pasteurization
Ask your Grocer for
SUN FLOWER BUTTER
It's the Best in Town
7th and Klamath
Trust your family's health to us as far as
Milk and Butter are Concerned
General conditions in Klamath Falls
are getting better, and you will again
be adding to that Savings Account,
if you already have one, and if not,
we hope you will be starting a new
one, for a Bank Account, next to char
acter, is the best recommendation you
can have as to vour financial responsi
bility. Saving is a great game, and one in
which you always win if you don't
weaken. No better plan has been de
vised for saving money than an inter
est account in a GOOD BANK.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
"The Bank With Over 4,000 Dcpoiitorr." 1.
WHERE EVERYBODY GOES-
IIOXE OP THE HODKINSON FEATURES
with Win. Farnum and
an All Star Cast
Carrleu the absorbed spectator from tho revels nnd blood lust of
ancient Home to thu revels of night life In New York. Nothing
go tensely dramatic evr beforu conceived by thu brain of man,
A story H0 sturtllngly realistic, so romnrkabiy dramatic and ho
perfectly produced that It tit Irs to thu very depths tho emotions
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of all who see It.
A Good Comedy and
Urban's Movie Chats, and Vaudeville Movies
Admission 10c-20c. Continuous Show 1, 3, 5, 7, 9
Admission 1 0c-20c. Show starts 6:30
ISM mmi Mm il
1H1 W " BMW
f ;i-' HLvL r
ARE YOU A GOOD
Do you know the thrill of the taut casting
line? of a Bervice ace in tennis? of a
home run with tho bases full? or a round
of golf in 35?
The best equipment for following your
favorite pastime awaits your comradeship
THE GUN STORE
Between Sixth and Seventh on Main
To fish on (ho recurvation, you mum first procure
your lleonao, and then -pormlHulon from tho owner of
tho land. Any poruou dumnKliiit property of tin In
dian win oo Hovoroiy ueuit witu, "
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