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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 29, 1922)
tHE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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TO TtiE WOMAN WHO KNOWS GOOD
We welcome the woman who known
leather, fine workmanship and real qual
ity, for We have the goods and can please
the most critical. As for the woman who
is not so mire, she can safely leave it to us,'
for our Btahdard of value' guarantee her the
best for the price, ,rio matter what the price
Cka. P. Maffuto
' .713 Main Street ,
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The usual rammer social rems the evening to an Informal reception
hit been declared and things havo
tiled down to n steady qulst In
KlamnthFnlts. ttxtmttvn' nnt-of-tiwn
guests ham bn visiting here
and were entertained with caatplag
trlpa and picnics, popular mid-sum-mer
O. D. Campbell wu bott Bunday
on a boat trip io nscky Paint vriun
ha onterialacd for MnstDntler and
Mm. Starbuck, wha were visiting
here from Florida. Other of the par
tjr besides the hoat and honor guests
were Mra. J. 8. Elliott. Orate Klllott,
Md Mlta Orola Madison. The vlsj
tara left on Tuesday for California.'
Tacadajr evening Mra. J. 8. SUiott
entertained at a charming iaWlfar
group of younn paafia, Carara war
laid for aliases OreU MiAtim, La
dle Harlan, a race fllintt, Ut Beatle
Jtti La Prairie, aad Jack Usntan.
Dr. Paal M. Noel waa the InsaJra-
' tla for an laformal tinner aa Bun
day when a number at frtsnds mat at
the homo of Mr. aad Mra. H, E. Cal
kins to celebrate hl Mrtaday r Pre
at were: Mr. aal Mra. Oleaa Jeater
aad aoa, Bobbie.tiefge Btevenseu,
Mlaa Esther, Myler and Clara Cat
klaa. Mra. natter aad Mra. Starbuck,
out-of-town Tlaltora (from Florida,
were gaeau a a trip to the Laya
b4da with D. a.'Campbell, Mr. and
Mra. Fred D. Ihinbar'and Mra. J. 8.
Elliott Monday of Ihla week.
The Ladlea'Elka cl will not meet
agaia uatil the flrat Twaiaay la Octo
ber. The tacatloa kaa been declared
due la the number of numbers waa
are out of town for the tammer aad
because of. the warm day f.
A rery enjoyable anrprlae party
waa held at Jhe home, 9t little
Myrtle Mullenar, 91 JRoa street.
Tnesday afternoon, complimenting
the little glri'f 11th birthday, damea
worn indulged J la. daring the after
noon and delicious refreshments were
served. Present were: Loralne Laveh-1
ik, Alma Parks, Peggy Raymond,
Myrtle Mullcnax and Kuby Young.
Onu of the larger affairs of the
week waa a party siren by Mlta Mir
iam Martin at the Obencbaln ranch
last Saturday night, complimenting
her cousin, Miss Margaret Foster,
who Is visiting hero from San Fran
cisco, Miss Martin's house guests,
Miss Christine Murdock, Bessie Tull
aad Fred Orohs, shared bonora wltb
Mlaa Foator, The guest list Included
Misses Karjorle Reeder, Lota Hasel
tine, Alma McClay, Grace McCluy,
Mablo Latta, Oladys Latta, Fay
Drew, Mildred KJsile. Delia Abort,
Dorothy Short, Blanch Sort, Flor
ence Bliert, Christine Murdock, Mar
garet JTastar n'nl Frew Oralis, Tla
Reedorf Marskall McClay, 'LawreaCe
Ihirke, Harry Latta, Sidney Lattu,
Uonard Lewis, Dale Drew, Richard
Uradbury, Dick FlyaB, Floyd Short,
Alton Short, Murphy, flrant, Charles
aaath.Rda Hro,wsi , Ferrat HUyord
and Charles Hlatlwrlgh't ,',
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.The Qoldea wedding anniversary
' eeVfbrattoa of Mr. aad Mrs..Taa
. laHswutaf aa efeat i tmm waaraay
r aJateiwasMiilMtelaweai. awaaaV-
l , w ji---TTnr' rT" .'ny t7i'T' 'x
'. aMMkaa a4' friends ware lavlied
held at the Martin home. Present
were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin.
Mr. ahd Mra. 8. E. Martin, Mr. and
Mra. John Wartla. Miss Vivian and
Dortha Mnrtln. Mr. and Mrs. R. II.
Anderson and. daughters. Thlrza and
Helen, of Merrill, Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Ramsey, and son Martin and daugh
ter. Elisabeth, Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Hosier. Mra. F. K. Ramsby, Miss
Mars Johnson, J. J. Miller. Miss Allco
MlUer, KennelhiThayer, of Berkeley,
aad Stanley George, of Klngland,
Mrs. R. E. Geary wan hostess at
n charming afternoon and tea yes
terday when a number of ladles
war asked la to meet Miss Mable
liacd. at Baa Francisco, Mlaa Aims
Slaaaa. af Btecktou aad Mrs. Oeanr'a
i-.WJt ? . Jv t.. . .. .-
I water, lira; B4Hh Oalegly Dillard.
at Parttand, Mrs. K. 0. Cuanilng
nailated Mrs. - Geary about the
raM aad Mrs. Dillard aoared. Miss
Reed aad Mlee Btmea waa have
heeai here M tk gnests of Mrs.
Dolt aamnsaa left this morning ia
the latter'a ear for San FranclKo.
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An enjoyable afternoon waa pasted
Thursday with Mr. and Mra. W. C.
Townaend at their beautiful ranch
home' on the Merrill road. The af
fair waa complimenting Sirs. Town
sead's birthday. An elaborate lunch
eon waa served on the summer porch
at o'clock In. the afternoon after
which Mrs. L. Jacoba gave an Inter
esting rending. The guett list includ
ed: Mesdamea Nate Otterbeln, J. J.
Parker. R. E. Smith, L. Jacobs, H. J.
Bavidge, A. F. 'Glover, Margaret
Pitts, L. Cummlags, 8. Mang, W.
Peyton, O; Peyton, Misses Audrey
Briggs, Artie Brlggs, Allen Cam
mlngs, Freddie Glover R. E. Smith
and W. C Towasend.
Miss Anita Lawrence was hostess
at her home in Merrill last Saturday
night at a charming parry for a
group of friends from Klamath Falls
and Merrill. Present were: Mlsset
Kaiberine and Beatrice Walton, Alic
ia M. Davenport, Florence Elliott,
qarlce. Elliott,- Anita Lawrence,
George Concert, Charles Magulro.
Cecil Matt. Eddie plvin, Marlon Wil
son, Kenneth, Cofdwejh and Fred
Pope. Mrs. W. C. Davenport chaper
oned the young people from Klamath
Last Tuesday afternoon the Happy
Hour club met with' Mrs. Lawrence
Ruconlch at 438 North Eighth street.
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The afternoon was pleasantly spent
with the usual fancy work anil Is to
In the dsy dainty refreshments were
served by tho hostess. Those sharing
Mra. Rneonlch'a hospitality were:
Mesdames R. A.. Emmltt, William
Stelnmett. E. O." Propat, o. w. Brat
ton, F. Vaughn, 8. Rummers, O. ,M.
Hector, J. J. Kelicr. R. Jnncs. GnnrKu
Humphrey, Harry Richardson, mid
W. P. Johnson.
Practically an all star cust was
chosen by George Loane Tucker for
"Ladles M,nst. Live," superb produc
tion which proved to be Tucker's fin
al achlvcment. Ilotty Compson, now
a Paramount star, is thn featured
player In thn production which will
be shown at the Star theatre Suntay.
"Ladles Must Live" Is presentml
by Mayflower as a Paramount spec
ial. The story Is adapted from Alice
Daer Miller's novel which appeared
originally in serial form In the Sat
urday Evening Post. Tho theme cen
ters around one of the most widely
discussed problems of tho day and
vitally concerds every American woman.
Betty Compson hat a part In "La
dles Must Live" equairy prominent
with that played by her In "Tho Mir
acle Man." Robert Kills Is leading
man. . '
PARIS. It Is called n rest gown,
though how anyone could rost In It
Without crushing som of tho luvely
embroidery or getting all tincluiup
In bead tassels Is a mystery yet to bo
solved. However, tho garment Is a bo
witching thing of gray and green
georgette. The lower portion U a I ftlr
of ankle kiiRtli Turkish trousers nt
gray, with u strip of Jado groun em
broidery dnsii tho sldo. Tlu upper
part Is a long caatcn nt emlirntdercd
Jada georgette. Kimono sleeves full
In points to tho knees and to the
point1 are attached huge Jade cr-inc-lion
from which danxlii trig Imn.tts
of Jadn and pearl.
PARIS There Is a distinctly new
"line" to some of tho lltll.) eoat
dresses Intended for Istn summer or
early autumn wear. The fmnt md
back widths are mere straight, plain
piece of cloth, like wide p.tnth.
What fitting thcro Is devolves nyon
gathers at tho hips. This gives an
extremely coal-llko silhouette. Rath
or low, rounded necks and tlrctr
coming Just below the elbowt arn
features of this gown.
All members of every club, civic
organization, Parent and Teacher as
sociation. Mothers' club, Woman's
club, Boy and Girl Scouts councils,
ministers, teachers, public officials
and public spirited cltliens, should
go to see "Cardigan," at the Liberty
You will feel better for having
seen It, you will be able to Insplro the
younger generation with the noble
Idea of good, clean citizenship and
you will have supported a movement
for the Better Motion Picture,, which
today Is spreading fattly throughout
the country, and which when It, picks
LONDON A stunning sports r.n.i
tume, shown in a now Bend street
shop, combined fawn and verr.llllcn
red, with happy and ttriking results.
The vermllllon tklrt wot of Jorwy,
with a dappling of fawn silk and a
feature was tho ribbed yoto extend
ing over tho hips. Tho Vermillion Jer
sey coat had fawn silk piping. A
blouse. Intended for o.ir with tills
costumo was at fawn trlcotlno with
touches of vermllllon.
NEW YORK -This Is assuredly a
white summer. In splto of thn ex
quisite colors In both sport and oth
er wear, white seems locally to ho the
prima favorite. There Is wisdom In
iho choice. Although whltj solU fo
rapidly. It does not fade, r.nd tho
girl with a knitted whll.i spurts
skirt, white blouse and sweater Is
sure of returning from a bearh trip
as unfaded as she went. In buying n
hat for beach wear. It Is well to re
member that the seashore usually
turns white straw yellow, though It
does not affect white silk or satin,
real girl can mako a man ojt of a
supposedly cood-for-nathlnar rounder
up Its momentum, will bo n pow.rjho marries before reullilng what ho
and force In tb'e movement to nhnw , .
Sunday at the Strand thoro will
be a continuous show with Robert
Warwick in "The Argyle Cuso."
Vaudeville will bo given In thn even
ing at 8M5, 8:16 and at 9:30.
the proper motion pictures to tho
generation now coming Into manhood.
A splendid plcturo and one which
tells a story full of charm, Is "Ro'd
head," in which that charming screen
star, Alice Brady has the stullur rolo.
It will be shown ut tho Strand theatre
tonight and Is suro to meet with the
success a really fine production de
serves. It Is a gripping tale of how a
Prohibition (omos about a near
causing the unrost In this country
as bonze comcH to causing tho unrest
In Kurope. Toledo Illudo.
If you wood bill seems high try
an electric range. I. Ink River Elec
tric Co. 20-2
There Is uu time fur delay
when your glumes meet tin tie
rlilt'Mt. You demand tiilrk mid effi
cient service then.
Wo urn equipped In render
such service liuinedliituly
We grind the lunfiuy mid
edge the louse mid cti.umi
tee con eel iltlille.ttlim of
Twenty-five yeurn exper
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Phene: life. lit.t-W, He. :i:tt-.l
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Herald classified nil pay you.
I Bargains in Used Cars
One 1!)2() Ford Tmirinu;
Onu fi Pass. Chevrolet, Now Top, (inort Onlor
One fi Puss. Oiiklimd Six
Olio Ovi'i'lund llowlstoi' .
Ono 1'.. Ton Maxwell Truck, Pneumatic Tirot
Klamath Falls Auto Co.
22-1 Main Street
is mounted on the Big-Six
chassis with the same depend
able 60 horse-power motor
that made enthusiasts of
thousands of owners during
the most critical buying period
Every item of its complete
equipment 'and finished detail
suggests ultra style and riding
The front scat is tilted at the
correct angle for comfortable
riding. An upholstered arm
rest divides, the tonncau into
two individual ticats which
provide the comfort of art
The touring trunk at' the rear,1
with tray und suitcase com
partments, is easy of ucccbs,'
because the two spare disc
wheels arc mounted bri each
front fender. .
These disc wheels. complete
with cord tires and tubes, arc
furnished without extra cost.
This latest Studcbukcr creation
reflects Studcbaker's fceventy-ycar-old
reputution for build
ing fine vehicles.
In addition thtrs ! handuysj Mt of nickf.pltl bump
ers fiont and rrr. rourlcqr light on the driver's side, a
built-in, lhil-ptool trsntmiefaflokwhicliiurrlRl by tho
Mm. key that lucks the ialV atcttcli and tool cutnMlt
ment in ih. left front door. tk (ur the SludcUikcr UYard
stick." s mcuure of the srsilcr value that Studcbakcr offers
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