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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 14, 1922)
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Wednesday, August 16, Afternoon and Evening
Melhase Building, Corner Main and Fifth
Under the Direction of the
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Women's Auxiliary, Chamber of Commerce
SIGNIFICANT AND SYMBOLIC
Flowers, intfioanl for centuries of many
diverse ideas and differing degrees of .senti
ment, symbolic of mankind's highest hopes,
strike a common chord of admiration in human
hearts, and are a uniting bond.
Flowers, like trees, possess individuality'
and lend their individuality to the garden that
they adorn. Many flower gardens give indi
viduality to a community.
Their beauty creates a home-like and liv
With this thought in mind, the Woman's
Auxiliary of the Chamber of Commerce, hist
year launched the first Klamath Falls annual
flower show, and it was crowned with magnifi
cent success, far beyond that attained by the
usual fii-st effort.
The second annual flower show Wednes
day will repeal and enlarge upon the initial
A household or community can exist with
out flowers truly. But' think of what the
world would lack in softer influences; the cul
ture and romance of the past ages that have
speeded the world's advancement by centuries,
which had birth in the love of flowers.
The Klamath Falls annual Flower Show is
a big, worth-while institution. It belongs to
Klamath county not to Klamath Falls alone
and we hope this year that it will get the com
bined support of all flower lovers and flower
growers of Klamath County.
How to Enter
CLASS 1. ONE SINGLE FLOWER.
CLASS 2. TEN SINGLE FLOWERS.
CLASS 3.--COLLECTION OF FLOWERS.
CLASS 4. CORSAGE BOUQUET.
CLASS 5. DECORATIVE BOUQUET.
The above classifications will be used for the
children's entries also.
In making entries please follow these classifi
cations. Bring your own containers.
Entries will be received on Wedncsd-ry morn
ing, August 16th., from 8.00 to 12:00 only. Regis
tration will close promptly at noon Wednesday.
TWO PRIZES GIVEN .AWAY
One silver trophy cup, donated by H. N.
Moe, for the adult exhibitor winning the most
points in the show. This cup must be won
three years in succession before it becomes the
permanent property of any exhibitor.
One silver trophy cup, donated by C. R.
Moeller of the Klamath Flower Shop, for the
boy or girl exhibitor winning the most points.
This cup becomes the property of the winning
exhibitor this year. ftSLiEBIfel
POINTS AWARDED J
The entries will be judged for points. A
blue ribbon will indicate three points; u red
ribbon two points and a white ribbon one point.
No exhibitor will be limited as to the num
ber of entries; therefore the more entries an in
dividual has the greater number of points it is
possible to acquire.
THE MORE THE BETTER
It is the desire of the committee to have as
large a variety of and as many flowers as pos
sible. We realize that there have been draw-.,
backs to flower culture this season, but if every '
grower of flowers will exhibit this difficulty
will be overcome.
The aim is to get a general exhibit, and
the committee urges everyone to make an entry. J'
You may think that you have no chance of (
winning. You cannot tell unless-you tiy. You'
may take one of the prizes.
If you fail to take a prize you can at least
get a ribbon, and more than that you will have
the satisfaction of knowing that you have done
something for the general good of the commun
ity you live in.
LET EVERY GARDEN BE REPRE-v
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THE FOLLOWING REPRESENTATIVE BUSINESS MEN
SHARE IN THE COST OF THIS ADVERTISEMENT
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
THE CALIFORNIA OREGON POWER COMPANY
BIG LAKES BOX COMPANY
THE WOMAN'S STORE
GLOVER'S JEWELRY STORE j T I
HOUSTON & JEiTER , "?
KLAMATH ICE & STORAGE COMPANY. I
BUICK SALES & SERVICE COMPANY
THE LIBERTY THEATRE
THE SUNSET GROCERY
STINSON PHOTO SHOP
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J. E. ENDERS & CO.
THE KLAMATH FALLS CREAMERY
ROBERTS A .HARVEY, HARDWARE
K. K. K. STORE, LEADING CLOTHIERS
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