The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, March 05, 1934, Page 8, Image 8

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    PAGE EIGHT
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
March 6, 1934
SCHOOL CLEE
PRESENT
PLAY SATURDAY
By GEREXE TIPTON
: The last presentation ' of the
Klamath Union High School
operetta, "An Old Spanish Cus
tom," wai (Iron before a large
audience in the ichool auditor
ium Saturday afternoon. The
first presentation was given Fri
day evening. .
The play was presented by both
the advanced and elementary glee
clubs under the direction of Mrs.
Madge Hampton.
Harry Jones took the male
loading nart. Kuth Peterson and
lienors McCandless took the
fomlnlne lead roles.
Stage settings were attractive
and lighting effects upon the
players during ' the choruses
brought out the colorful costumes
and settings.
Special features in dancing
. vers tie "Irish Jig" danced by
Audrey O'Neill and Jlmmle Rich
ter; the "Spanish Tango'' danced
by Betty Crawford and Stewart
Patty; the "Butler Tap Dance"
given by Charles Walker; and
"Chinese and Spanish" danced by
Jane Johnson, Peggy White, Irma
Wise, and babel Stanley. The
costumes for dancing were color-
' ful and becoming to the dances
protrayed.
The- orchestra under the direc
tion of Harry Borel played dar
ing Intermissions.'
Those who were responsible
for the success of the operetta
were Mrs. Madge Hampton, di
rector; Mr. Harry Borel, orches
tra; Miss Dorothy Jones, dances;
Miss Edna Fltta and the Home
Eoonomlo club, costumes; Dolores
Martin, accompanist; Ruth Beg
ley, prompter; Bob Richards, and
Mervln Smith, advertising; Mrs.
11. B. Blomqulat, and Miss Vir
ginia West, make-up; Charles
Doll and the stege crew, staging;
and Phyllis Gates, ushers.
Singers in the chorus were:
Marguerite Chase, Hnleu Cooley,
Alice Mae Cornforth, Forrell Doil-
8on. Eleanor Kvnns, Geneva Ken-
nerly, Mildred . Knapp, Prances
Reynolds, Nell Shepherd, Jewell
Stalllngs, Edna May Thomas,
Julia Tomlenson, Barbara Wales,
Irma Wise, Margaret Yaden, Ar-
dolle Yadon, Patricia Barrett,
Donna Blanchard, , Marjorie
Brown, Dorothy Buchanan, Viv
ian Carter, Leone Cooey, Leatha
Donelson, Lorraine Duulap, Shir
ley French, Patricia Foster,
Ernestine Grafton, Jean Harvey,
Lucille Hefner, Audrey Hill,
Marie Lewin, Audrey Lucas, Alice
Lyle, Frances Morrison, Neata
Nelson, Ilasel Richardson, Lucy
May Shannon, Hatel Shephard,
Lucille Smith, Doris Steinseifer,
Thea Tlmmons, Bob Anderson,
Jim Barnes, Murray Britton,
Arthur Brooks, Bob Elltngson,
Percy Evans, Hugh Fenwlch,
Dean French, Harry Goeller, Mil
lard Pedigo, Kenneth ' Rhoades,
Eddie Richards, Julius Sanders,
Fremont Stephenson, Burke Ya
don. i t , ;
Dr. Eduard Jenny, of Swltier
land, has ventured the conclu
sion that babies are more likely
to be born between 1 a.m. and
B a.m. than at any other time of
the day or night.
Two duellists In France shot
at each other three times and
missed both ways. That's why
the latest revolt in France won't I
amount to much.
CHURCH FILLED
f FOR DUFF TRIO
Sunday evening marked the
fourth appearance ot the Duff
Irish Trio In the union series
sponsored by the local Methodist
and Presbyterian churches, and
the Presbyterian church in which
the meetings are hold was filled.
A senior chorus of SO voices
filled the space allotted tor it.
The musical features, which are
given much prominence by the
Duffs, occupied a large part ot
the Snndny service period. - A
Juvenile chorus ot several score
boys and girls entertain nightly.
"It has been clearly demon
strated to those attending," stated
Rev. A. Theodore Smith, "that
the Duffs present a most attrac
tive and contagious brand of
modern day Chrlstlnulty."
On Monday cvfhlng, which the
Duffs state Is often one ot their
most popular nights, the entire
program will centor in music.
narratives, anecdotes and remin
iscences of the sea. The sub
ject of Walter Duff will be
"There i Go The Ships." One ot
tho pleasant features ot the Duffs
la their fund of native and spon
taneous Irish wit and humor.
The Duff aeries Is announced
to continue this week In the First
Presbyterian church, beginning
nightly at T.SO o'clock: Follow
ing the service tonight, five young
peoples' organisations will honor
the Duffs with a reception and
party in the social hall ot the
First Methodist church.
Word has beou received from
Ashland that a number of per
sons will attend the meeting here
some evening soon. The com
mittee In charge la faced with the
problem of providing seatlna
capacity.
LOST RIVFR
Announcement ot the appoint
ment ot tho Lost ltlvor Dairy
ot Klamath Falls, as Ithelntandar
beer distributor tor Klamath
Falls and ail lucent territory, was
announrod yesterday by J. 0.
Donnelly, general manager of the
Century Brewing Association ot
Seattle. Mr. R. 0. Woodruff Is
manager ot tho Lost ltlvor Dairy.
Mr. Woodruff has announced
pinna for complete dealer, dis
penser, cafe aud rostauruut dis
tribution ot Uholmaudcr beer In
Klamath Falls.
Tho deulors throughout tho
northwest whore Uhelnlander has
already made .its bow are par
ticularly pleased that tho boor
Is being backed by a couilslunt
advertising campaign, the major
ity of which la being done In
newspapers,
Tho Lost lllvor Dairy has or
dered a carload ot Itliolulaudor
draught and bottled beer and
has complete warehousing and
refrigerating facilities for lis per
fect distribution to deulors.
Returns Homo Mrs. Arthur
Larson (Helen Abbey) who hus
been spending thu puat fortnight
with her purunts, Mr. and Mrs,
Fred Abbey at their lioins un Lilt
coin struct, left Humliiy for her
homo In Kugetie, Mrs. Abbey uud
Mr, and Mrs, lluward Abbey ac
companied thulr guest lo Med ford
where she was met liy Mr. Larson,
Tho party spent several hours In
Medtord visiting with Mr, and
Mrs, Walter Abbey and family.
A fur seal, returning to Its
summer homo on the I'rlhllnf
Islands, after tho winter migra
tion, touches laud for the first
time In seven to nine months,
during which lime It has covered
GOOD miles.
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