The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, March 03, 1934, Page 5, Image 5

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    March 8, 1934
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CITY BRIEFS
Coming Eventi
Thin oaloudar of coining evente
hti bocu compiled by tliu cham
ber of commerce and Tlio lluruld
Newa. It will be dototod to af
faire ot pitbllo Intermit, Addl
tluue urn welcomed.
March 8, Saturday
Klumulb HIkIi va, Chlloijultt
Illicit nt Klamath Kalle.
Mured a, Tueiday
Tht Daughtora ot the Brltlah
Kiiilro will moot at tlio homo
of Mm. Mu 1 In ii 1 1 ton, McCarthy
apurtmunla, m 0:00 o'clock,
lingular mooting of , the
League 'of Womou Votore nt
11:1)0 a.m. Id tbo ohnmbor of
commerce rooma. Subject to
bo "Tbo Now Curroncy and
Hanking I.owe," pruaonled by
Loator Offluld. of tbo Amorlcao
National bnuk.
Cltlaona' Hallway Tranaporta
tloo League will gponior a dinner
denco at lha Wlllard botol at
6:30 o'clock. Merchnnta, mem
bara ot tin ohnmbor of com
maroa and other aarvloo olubi
and organliatlona ara Invltod.
March 10. Saturday
Appearance ot tba Royal
Bell Klngora, (Ivan undor tba
auaulcoa of tba Ara or leu a Lo
fton auxiliary at tha Wlllard
botol. Tba organlantlon will
proaont a aaorod conoort at tba
auiaa place on Sunday.
March 11, Sunday
; Annual Spring Conoort (Iran
under tha. auaplcoa of tba
Maaonlo lodge and tie Ordor
ot Kaatcrn Star.
National uuelnoee Woman'a
wook atnrta. Special pro
grama and aoclul affnlra bo
lug arranged by Mlaa Etta
Kurr.
March IS, Thuradny
tirade Bcbool Ulna club con
ical to ba bald at 7:30 p. n.
at Fremont achool,
March 17, Hoturday.
fit. I'atrlck'a day dunca to be
glvon by tha wlnlor Oanelng olub
at tbo Wlllard hotnl.
Mnrolt IH, Hnnday
Ski tournament at Govern
ment camp In Crater Lake
park.
March 811, Friday
Annual Spring Fnahlou abow
to ba preaontod by Klamath
Fallt Federation of Dualooaa '
and Profeealonul Woman it
tba Tellcan theatre.
ArrreU Made Iluaaoll White
fined HA or (Iron an altarualo
Jail aontence of 10 daya, on
chargce ot drunk and dlaorderly
conduct Saturday when ho ap
peared In polite court. Uraldy
Mulllua and Stove Htrtvan woro
glvon euapandod aontoncoa pro
vided they loavo the city. Tboy
woro charged with drunkenneaa.
Tlirft Reported Theft ot a
mntnrmotor from bla automobile
whtlo It waa pirrkod at the cor
nor of Fifth and Main etreeta be
tween ( and 10 o'clock Friday
night, baa benn roported lo police
bumau by N. U. Muaeolman of
I3S Novada atroot.
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"NIGHT OF JINK 18TH"
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New VOX
Theatre of tba Sura
Coming Tomorrow
Another Orcnt Program
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MONTGOMERY
.OVERS
Hwlth Miiilffc Kvnna
A Molro-Uoldwyn-
Mayor plcturo
NKWS GOOFY NKW8
!HAH. C1IAHH
In IiIh grrntoat comedy
"LUNCHEON AT 12"
IV-glnler At Hotnl Klk In
oludud on the guiiet Hat at the
Mlk hotel tbla week-end woro the
following: Mr. and Mra,- J. F.
Ilonthuola, Sonttlo; W. II, (lurlb
Iny, Bcnttlu; M. II. Ilowd, Kit
kuiib; Kitlhorlno and Julia llnod,
Twin Fulla; John Hood, Twin
Knlia; II, R. lliHid, Rugonc;J. w,
I full nor, l'oilland; Al Bchimll,
I'nrllnnd; llmiry J rill. I'ortluud;
Jack KoKUt,' I'lirllancli VV. F,
Qiilaonbnrry, Mmlfuril; Qnorge F,
Tuylnr, Bit n Kriinclnoo; U, II,
1'urkar, Duiiaiuulr; T. J, Cnunvnu,
I'orllaiid! I). A.' Woltomlrom, Mu
geno; Mr. and Mm, J. II, (lull,
1'ortland; Mr. and Mra, II, II.
Smith, Yroku; Hilda Novlrh,
Sacramento; Ourdmi (Jould, Hun
Franolaco; C. C. I'lmioo, Surra
manto; (Jeorge M. Taylor, Diina
mulr; W. P, Slrauoaa, I'ortluud;
Al Karaakk, Portland.
Salvation Army Mih-Hiiic Ma
jor Harold Mndnon, newly ap
pointed dlvlHlnnnl commandor for
tbo Salvation Army In Oregon
and anuthnrn Idiiho, will addroaa
a mooting at the Iwul Salvation
Army hall, 6 III Wulnut avanito,
tliln evening at 8 o'clock, and
again on Sunday at It, 2:30, 3:30
and 8 o'clock. Tlio major waa re
cently trnnafrrrod from Chicago
to San Franclneo to tuko charge
of the Scandinavian work In the
territory, and waa moved from
that city to Portland roronlly. He
la a atrong apoaknr and tlio pub
lic la cordially Invited lo attend
bla inuotlnga,
KnJoyliiK Trip Word bug boon
received from Mr. and Mm. Jack
Ihinuer who ara making a lour of
the cant and middle wont In a
new aulomnbilo wrontly purchan
ed In Chicago. They niudo the
trip from Klamath Falla to Chi
cago by train, and tha rent of tbo
tour by motor, vlaltlng In Wash
ington, U, C. and attundlng the
1,0,0. M. conclave thorn. Thoy
hnvo left Wnablngtnn, their Idler
atati-a, and ara driving to 81,
I.miln. Mo. Thny are accompanied
by Mr. and Mra. Clyde Thompiioii,
oUo or tbla city. Thuy plan to
reach home about Munh 16,
vlaltlng frlvnda en route.
Auto Hiotcn A Cbryaler coupe
atolen from Tenth and Jofforion
at 10:30 o'clock Friday night,
waa rocoverod by tbo ownor two
boura later at tbo aamo place, ac
cording to roporta filed ot police
beadquartora by lgan Wllllama.
owner. Tbla la the accond time
that Wllllama' car linn bcon atokn
and roturned lit tht) boat fow
wonka.
VI.Ha At Tuln Ij.kr Mra. R.
I). Trulove, 2228 Kberlvln atroct.
aprnl Thuraday at Iho homo of
Mr. and Mra. If. L,. Went at Tulo
lake. Mra. Truturo waa acrom
panlod by Mra. (leorga Barth
and Mra. Charlea M. Itrynolda.
Mra. Weat aerved a birthday din
ner In honor of her little eon.
Kenneth. Corcre wore laid for
aevon.
Rnlecornfo Lobby The lohhy
and waiting rooma at Klamath
Valley hoapltnl are being renovat
ed and redecorated In attractive
new colon.
Ttctarn Home M re. S. V. Pick
ett and baby aon, of 1334 Oak
atroet. returned to their borne
Saturday,
Knda Today "Straightaway"
TOMORROW
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lIbI the lawltfaa? WhI t id
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tKeLict
unind-up
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"THl SOUDfH 1ICION" '
A Porontounf PMw '"
RANDOLPH
SCOTT
Monte Blue
Barbara Fritchie
Fred Kohler
Funy Knight
COMEDY
NEWS AND
TREASURE CHEST
Lnrnt Hlgnel The Klamath
county court lliln wimk elgnod a
lima with Ora F, llluy for prop
erty In tlio vicinity of Croacont
fur ueo an an liiUiriiimllntu air
port on the route bolng con
ntrunted ount of tha Concndo
mountnlna. Tbla la tliu luat of the
porta aoiittbt oa purt of the nffort
to develop a lino bntwoen Klam
ath Folia and tbo Columbia divor.
Kliininlli I'lelurca Ploturon of
Klamath potlcnna taken on Wll
llnmaon rlvor by ft. It. Cook wore
dlxpluyoil In tlio Nutlonal (leogra
phle'a latent Innllo. The plcturea
wero uaod in eoniiontlon with an
artlelo on migratory bird
bad particular rnforenoe
on tbo weat count.
Iti'turna Home Mra, William
llaya, 2125 Applegato atreat, re
turned to her bomo Saturday,
after rocupuratlng from a major
operation to which aha recently
aubmittod at Klamath Valloy hoe
pltal, Junior C'linmlwr of Commerr
The Junior Chamber of Cmn
in or co will moot at tbo Pol I run
Urlllo Tuoaday nt 0:30 o'clock,
Com in I too appolntmeuta will bo
mado and each member hue been
urged lo bring a guoat.
Older of Vam Meet Tho
order of Vana will bold a meet
ing Tuoaday ovonlng at 8 o'clock.
Following tho meeting rofrenli
menta and a aoclal program, will
bo held. ,
"Hindu Dinner Planned A
"Hindu dinner" baa boon an
nounced na a chief featuro of tho
Legion and auxiliary meeting at
tho I.okIoii hall Tunailay night,
nt 9 o'clock. Curds will be played
nfterwarda.
Movn To Klamath .Mr. and
Mra. Karl Straeaaler, formerly of
Yrnka. f.'alir., have moved to 1401
Hunt Main nireel, in Klamath
Fulla to roaldo.
VWtlng Pnrcnia Poul Staf
ford, atudeiit at the Hon! horn
Orogon Normal achool at Arhland.
la vlaltlng hia pnrcnia In Klamath
Falla ovor the week-end.
I.cavo Ifoapltal Mra. D. W.
Cnter and Infant daughter left
Klamath Volley boapltal Saturday
afternoon to roturn to tholr home
at the vana apartmenta.
flimkane Visitor J, E. Jenny,
elation Inspector for tho Groat
Northern. wa a bualncaa visitor
In Klamath Falla Friday from bla
Spokano offices.
A aeaplane hangar wilt bo add
ed to tho new count guard baao
to bo calabllahcd at Oalveatou,
Texna.
Latf Tima Tonight
VAUDEVILLE
STAGE BAND
BERT DAVIS
Ringing Minor Irlah Ballade
DEAN ndBLANCHE
DANCE BEAUTIFUL,
estherTeatch
LAZY MELODIES
SWEET and LOW
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Opening Tomorrow
ANCHORS UP!
CABOT is
COMING
A Red, Whit and
Blue-Streak Story
. of ANNAPOLISI
with
BRUCE
CABOT
America's New
Screen Idoll
: ADDED
Norma FERRIS
. and
The EATON BOYS
In
"Around the Clock"
A Mualcal Short
With a Fouture
PUNCHI
Uraiitlniid lllra
SPORTLIGHT
IjltCHt
NEWS SCOOPS
Complete Programsl
Complete Comfortl
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to birds SL
FROM
. . AND THAT'S
The story of why Ward's Fashions
are Fresh Fashions! The story be
hind our saying that "IT'S FUN
TO BE FIRST, with the NEW
EST IN FASHIONS!"
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It's a drama of modern times, trie business of buying and selling fashions.
Here's the picture. In New York's fashion centers our board of expert
fashion buyers are busy all day long, rushing to this manufacturer and
that, buying the newest in fashions, thousands of them daily. Quickly
: packed, they are expressed to their various destinations.
They arrive in Klamath Falls, to be quickly unpacked and placed on dis
play. The third act of the drama is your biq scene. You see the new dresses,
coats, suits and hats. You see th rift prices. You Buy and save be
cause of our modern merchandise system. It's fun for you, too, to be
first with the newest fashions.
Montgomery !aIa1E
ENDS TONIGHT
"DINNER AT 8"
Any Seat
a Quarter