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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
I-iihI wouk wn n ulol olio In Mor
rill. Tlioro wm no nehool and most
people nltundud tliu fair lit least onu
ilny, Merrill got her iiliitrft of prlers.
J. W. Taylor nml fnmlly upont Frl
tiny tit tho fnlr.
Mr. ami Mm. It. II. Anderson nml
fnmlly wcro visitors, nt thfc fnlr I'rl
day. Mrn. It. C. Anderson linn returned
from ii week' visit with her dnugh
tnr In Klnmnth Falls.
Mis. Ollvo Itlll was n fnlr visitor
Mrs. Hooo Davis wnu n Klamath
Fnlli vlBltor Wednesday.
Minn Martha Margaret Merrill was
Hid guest of Misses Thlrin nml Helen
Anderson Inst week and nttondod the
fair Friday with the Anderson fam
ily. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joo Stukcl were nt
tho fair Friday. Other Merrllllles
vlHllInn tho fair Friday were Dr. nnd
Mrn Suit, Mr. and Mrs. Hnnnnu, Mr.
nnd Mrs. llmro ttnmbn. Mrs. Wm
W.tlknr nnd family, Mr nml Mm Kd
I'jrwoml and 8. C. Orlmshnw.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Peterson wore
Klnmnth Falls visitors Thursday, the
puests of relatives nml also taking In
t p fair.
A meeting of the tallies' Aid wan
called Monday to discuss plans for
work. A comfort was also lacked.
Mr. nnd Mrs. It. C (iroosbeck and
family spent Sunday with Mrs. droes
heck's sister, Mrs. Iturr YYYsltirnnk
V. M. Merrltl has bought tho Kan
Col well homo across tho rler and
moed there Inst week.
A delightful evening was spent at
tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. M. Unicorn
Inl Friday evening, September 30.
Tho evening was spent with games
and music nml delirious refreshments
were served by the hostess. The fol
lowing were present: Misses Flee
nor, Ileitis, Clutter nml ami N'lchoN
of Merrill schools, Miss (laliomlnl of
Mallu school and Mrs. Fulquart of
Miss 1'nullnc Ralromlnt spent Wed
nesday nnd Thursday in Klamath
Falls, the guest of relative and nlo
attending tho fair and rodeo.
1.. I.. Low was In Merrill Monday.
Mrs. Finch has been sick with
rheumatism but Is Improving.
Wm. Washburn and Mr. Hush of
Castle Uork nrrhed In Merrill Frlda)
i and were the gucstti of N. S Merrill.
! They returned to their home Sun
day They were ac omp.iuied home
'by Mrs Washburn who had been
visiting at the Merrill home
I The student body of the Merrill '
high school met Frld.iy S. nt 21. toj
elect new officers and prepare for
the fieslnuan reception. The follow
ing offlceis were elecleil president.
Noia Uarr ; vice president, Kenneth
Ileitis; treasurer. John Merrltt; Se
cretary, lle.ilrli'o Walton; serge.int
at arms, Klmcr llueslug. The fresh
men were dismissed and the follow
ing committee appointed to look nf
ter the reception to be glon for the
I'reshles. Kutertalnmenl Ilea trite
Walton, (JeneMi (llenn. Kenneth Ilei
tis. Invitation -John Merrltt. Anita ,
Lawrence ami Clarence Woodhouse
Kefieshuieuts Mary T.i.xlnr. Agnes
In m .in and Olive Hill. Decoration -Fred
I'ope, Kenneth Colwell and Ora
Miss Until Hill spent sooral d.iys
with her parents last week.
Will Hill attended the races Sun
day. Khner Hiukel. who Is working for,
the oil company at (iranad.i, Cnllfor-,
ula. spent the week end with his par
ents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Stukel. 1 to '
was accompanied by Mr. Mark, agent
at (irnund.i. and Mr. Howard, assist- j
ant agent While hero all cuJo)od n
duck hunt '
C II. .Merrill spent a few tl.os at
home, returning to the l.iv.i beds i
II I' Dudley or D. i.l,l a Hollow was
a Merrill visitor Filday and Satur
day. II I llaes mailo n trip to tho
Clear lake country Sunday ami
brought In a to.td of hogs.
TO THV W.Ulltl'.N ACJ.UN
DALLAS, l),t. 12.-- Philip Woo
len. nciultted of tho murder of Pro
hibition Agent Todd. "Ill bo tried
again In case of Price
20 now st.iles of Leather Vests at
K. K. K. Store. 12-U I Currlus sell nturni eloelix.
Currlus sell vacuum lunch kits 12
John L. Wolf, nn-tl.ttaut m.iiiiii: r
of tho Standard Oil rnmp.iu'n lo
ml branch, wan married S.ituut.i.v
In Oakland, California, to MN
Iteth Itallin of that city at a beau
tlful homo wedding. After the rnr
,emony tho young ieoplo left Im
mediately for Klamath and arc now
enjoying a houe.vmou oullug at
Knglo Ithlgo taxorn.
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