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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1922)
AATCTWAT, IfM IT, )Ml
THE EVENING HERXtD, KDtMXTH FXLXS, OREGON i
Tim Kodroti ctiili held lln nniiunl
picnic Mnmlny In tho grove on Clins.
Drew's: rnnrli nrnr Lost river. A
largo crowd enjoyed tlm flno supper
which w.-ig furnlHliril by tlio Indies of
tin1 club. Tlwin present were:
Messrs. nml Mi'sdnmes. A M Collier,
W. S. Slouch, A. 1.. Itlce. L. I.. Triliix.
(Inn. Mallett, It l'. (Iroosbeel. linbl
ripp, I.rn ollnn, A. It. Wlllnn. Percy
llurki. Hoy I .a Prnile. B. 8. Vruth.
('rnml)lllt. ncrt C Thomas. N. 11
IJrnw, Herbert Phillips. W It Urol'
Misses Fnnnlc Virgil, Mary null.
Florence Porter, Vera Houston. Ao.
Collins, llesloro French. Mrs K. .
l'lillllpii. Messrs, John Houston, l.lovd
Porter nml Fred Westcrfeld.
Tim Auction Drlilcc club nut W.d
lusdnv nftcrnoon lit the home of
Mr. Oscar Shlv,. on Ninth street ,
Mr. It i:. Wright won the prlte.
for IiIrIi score. The member pio
M'lil were. Mesilouie. (. I. llohert.
Win. Ihincnn, It. i:. Wright, 11. N
Moe, 1. F. Wlllett. leo. Merrpmnn.
(leo. 1 Wright, nml Um BUect. .Mr
L (!. Vnn llellcn.
llev. ntiit Mr. A. I.. Itlce entertain
oil tlio choir of the PreshMeilun
church Tuesday etonlng t their
home on Washington street. The
evening was spent In several new and
Interesting games, one being "A Mu
lr.il llomance." A color scheme of
yellow and white was carried out In
the decorations anil refreshments.
Those present were. Messrs and Mes
ilnines. W. S. Slough. Geo. Mallett,
K S. Veatch, Bert C Thomas. Percy
WelK K. 1.. Elliott and the Misses
AuRiisla rnrker, Vera Houston.
Marie Obcnchaln. Florence Porter.
Mnry Hall, and Dorotha Klllott.
Tim Krlda club met Monday after
noon nt the homo of Mrs. Wm. Dim
mit on Conger avenue. Those pre
sent were, Mesdames. It. K. Wright,
C. 1. Roberfs, Oscar Shlve, Ilurgo
Mason, A. R. Wilson and Ilert C.
MIrs Lucille Marshall, sister of Kill
son Marshall, formerly a teacher In
Klamath countr high school, will be
married Sunday at her home In Med-
11:00 a. m.
ford to Victor O'Neill who Is well
1; now n hern, having lived nt Klamntb
Agency ntnl 'Chlloquln and during the
pint year having been connected with
ii local mint company. They will bo
mnrrtcil by tlm llev. 0. P. Lawrence,
formerly Presbyterian pastor here.
Only Immediate family nml cloe
friendt will bo present. They will
leavp In their car for n long honey,
moon trip including n toui of Yel
low itniip National park.
Mr. A 1.. I .ti nil entertained .with
an Informal te.i honoring her guest,
Mls Blum Peterson of Chlc.igo, 111..
Thursday afternoon nt her home on
High street. Her guest were. Mrs
J n r i: iMi Sleek." Mr. Fred lluesliic.
Mr. It. K. Wright nml Mr. Ilert j
Mr. lrlng Hlbbert enUrtiilneil I
the Leisure Hour ilub Tued.iy af-,
ternoon at her home at Pelican City
There were three table of bridge
nml Mr Hoince Miiiiulng won the
prlio for high iore. Those picsent
wore. Mesdames. J. S. Klllott. Fred
Dunbar, Chin. Moore, llonico Man
ning, tiny Miinnlng. Horaie Hrldge
ford. (Jolden Lincoln. Lester Terwll
llger, Wm. (laming. Karl Cuinnilng
and Mrs Pflueger. . .
Miss Ituth Cofer entertained the
member of the graduating clus of
Central school and their teacher Fri
day evening at her home, ."H Tenth
street. Many delightful games were
played during the evening and later
delicious refreshments were served
by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. F.
II. Cofer and Helen Cofer. Those
present were, Mr. C. A. Patterson
and Misses. Ruby Fcnwlck, Mary
Kotera, Gertrude Mutoe, Annie To
trlcak, Helen Abbel. Lna Hewln,
Mnrgery Love Peyton, Joy Evans,
Dena Molatore, Florence nobblns,
Helen Cofer; Messrs, Forrest Colson,
Clyde Nyhart, Kenton Hamnker,
Richard Peck, Howard Durbln. Les
ter niack, Gordon Smith, Alton Fran
cis. Hugh Currln, nobert SmltftJ
Chas. Johnson, Dick Cleveland and
The Tea Cup club gave a lawn
fete Thursday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Lelghton. corner of Conger
avenue and California avenuo. A
largo crowd enjoyed a social tlm
and the dainty refreshments that
were served. The next meeting will
bn held with Mrs. Chris Iiarnstablo,
.129 High street.
A delegation of friends went to
tho train this morning to say good
bye to Mrs. Golden Lincoln who left
for Portland where she will be mar
ried Wednesday to Dr. Seymour
Drown of Sheridan, Wyo. Thoso In I
the party were Mesdames, L, G. Van I
'THE BLESSINGS OF LIFE'
Morning Sermon at
Come, Enjoy Bible School, Christian Endeavor
"THE DAWN OF CREATION"
Sermon for Union Service at
Presbyterian Church, 8 p. m.
"Worship Somewhere Sunday!'"
WHERR EVERYBODY GOI
HOME OP THE HODKOiBON FEATURES
12 Reels of Big Western Features the best yet
"The Battlin, Kid"
with Bill Pattern
starring Bill Patton and
An Exceptional Human Interest Story, Rich in
Characterization, Love and Atmosphere
Urban's Movie Chats, and Vaudeville Movies
Charlie Chaplin Comedy
Admission 10c-20c. Continuous Show 1, 3, 5, 7, 9
Hellen, Will Houston, Chas. Martin,
If, D. Newell, Ityrou Hnrdenbrook,
Leslie Roger and MIps Loretln
Sover.il Klamatli Falls pooplo nt
tended tho ilnnco given nt Klamnth
Agency Inst night and report n very
enjoyable time. Thoso going from
hero were, Messrs and Mesdames,
Lester Terwllllger, V. 11. llrowne.
Kreil Dunlinr. It. K. Wright and Ilert
C. Thomas. Music was furnished by
the Houston-Kilts orchestra.
Mli-i Zephla Jtogors entertained
with a week-end party Inst week for
th, Misses Florence and Clarice Kl
llott of Klamath Agency, who hnve
hemi attending the Sacred Heart
Academy the past year. MM Con
stance Shnllok. who Is home from
MNs Head's school at llerKeley for
tho summer. was with them.
The Ladles Missionary society of
tho Presbyterian church met Thurs
day afternoon In tho church parlors
Mrs. W. It. ltod nml Mrs. Goldapp
wer,. leaders for the afternoon The
subject studied was "Tho Philippines
and the Wwt Indies.-' Itefreshments
w-re hcrveil by Mrs Porter. Mrs. A
M. Collier and Mrs. H. S. Phillips
Tho regular monthly meeting of
thP W. C. T. P. will be held Tuesday,
June 10 ut 2:30 p. in. In the par
lors of thu PresbyterlatiTc.b.urch. Ow
ing to the success of the lust food
exchange, another one will be In evi
dence after the business meeting.
All member are asked to bring omo
article of cooked food. The proceeds
will go to help on the remaining
$125 payment for nn acre of the
Children's Home Farm for which
$73 has already been sent In to head
quarters. A largo attendance Is tie
sired at the meeting.
Mrs. John Martin gave a beauti
ful party Friday afternoon In honor
of her mother, .Mrs. John G. Wheel
er of San Diego, Cal.,who Is tlslt
Ing her. Th0 houso was decorated
with a profusion of lovely peonies.
Delightful refreshments were served
by tho hostess after an afternoon of
needlework. Thoso present were,
Mesdames. E. S. rhlllpa. Al. Melhosc.
F.lmer Applegate, S. Ed. Martin, Car
ey Ralmsby. Krmay Mosley. n. II.
Anderson of Merrill Thos. Martin,
Dob Ross. Ous Hlllard, Klmer Hos
kings and Mrs. nnmsby, Sr.. Misses
Vera and Dorothy Martin, Oertrude
Hlllard and Helen Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Patterson en
tertained Thursdoy evening at their
homo on Hlghth street In honor of
tho Misses Kuby Fenwlck and Irene
Conway, who nro leaving for their
summer vacation. Tho evening was
spent In playing cards. First prlro
In cards went to Mis Fcnwlck and
tho consolation prlie to Miss Con
Way. The H.iPPy Hour club met with
Mrs. 0. M. Hector on North Ninth
street last Tuesday afternoon. Thu
afternoon was spent In needlework
and at the cloeo delicious refresments
wer served to th0 guests. Mesdames
Llnfesty, W, 11. Miller, Chas. Stem-
well, E. M. Chllcote. Fred Corcr. aeo.
drizzle. H. V Oroesbeck. Sugner. Mc
Cormlck and tho following members,
Mcsdumts. Jennie Hum. Geo. Hum
phreys. Ed. Jones, W. V. Johnson,
It. A. Emmltt. J. W. Stelnmltz and L.
The regular meeting of the Ladles
club of II. P. 0. K. will be held on
Tuesday at the Klks temple. HoU-
cssca will bo Mrs. L. Bradford, C. D.
Cozard, L. K. Hansen. All visiting
lady Klks arc fnvltc'd. ' '
Jack Holt, who plays tho villain
in tbo latest Frank Lloyd produc
tion, "The Orlm Comedian," by
nita Wei man, has the leading roalo
role In this Roldwyn picture. Al
though he has long been known as a
leading photoplay actor, he has nev
er convinced anybody that be Is tho
reproved villain be plays. Mr. Holt
waa born in Winchester, Va., and edu
cated at the Virginia military Insti
tute. After four years In stock he
entered the motion picture field and
hat alnce played with Universal, Ince,
Paramount and Ooldyn. He may be
aeen In a lull part In "Tho Grim
Coemldan," now playing at the Star
So many dare-devil riders and per:
formers of dangerous stunts are at
tracted to moving pictures, that the
well-known actors who star in west
ern dramas aro constantly kept at
their wits end trying to devise ways
In -which they can furnish thrills
that will enable them to keep at least
one paco ahead of tho dare-devil'
membcrtj of their supporting coats.
Tho "movle" aro not for the timid
and especially Is this true of "west
ern moviesj" the produclpg compan-J
lea of which now contain tho-boM
spiKlacular rlilprs and most daring
athletes Iho cowboy profesnlon has
Dill ration, appearing In the elab
orate speeln'cular production of "Out
lawed." which comes to tho Strand
thentro on Sunday, found himself In
such fast company during the milk
ing of the big tight scenes with which
fli nntt. Alwlti 1 Vnll ilrilmn '
abound, that he was forced to de
vise some method of showing Hint he
wn not out-clns9i'd by his fellow
"The Trap" n strong story of tho
north woods, tho Universal-Jewel at
traction starring Lou Pliancy which
conies to tho Libert " the.itre on Sun
day Is iinlinio In having one or the
most reinnrknblo casts of any i event
production. In addition to this. Hub
ert Thornby. who Is noted for IIik ex
cellence of nil his productions, dir
ected this film masterpiece.
Lou Chauey, the star, gained Ills
enviable reputation as nil no lor In
"The Mlraclu Man." which be follow,
ed closely with "The Penults" still
mistuliiltm a reputation M' eieatlng
human characterizations In decldoilly
a distinctive manner. Then ciitue
"Outsldy Iho Law." where he was
seen with Prlscllla Dean. It nx as u
result of his ork In Ihut picture
that Universal decided to slur him
In thL. current production Chauey
had unusual opportunities for living
up to his reputation an "the mun of
a thousand faces " He made the most
Spottlswoode Aitkin, well-known
character man; Dagmar Godowsky
the Russian actress and daughter of
Leopold Godowsky, world famous pi
anist; Alan Hate. Herbert Standing,
Frank Campeau, Irene Rich and five"
year old Stanley Goetbnls, handled
the chief supporting roles In a milli
ner that leave nothing to be desired.
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