The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, April 28, 1934, Page 8, Image 8

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    April 28, 1934
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
EVENTS OF WEEK IN KLAMATH FALLS SOCIETY CIRCLES, CLUB GROUPS AND FRATERNAL ORGANIZATIONS
Sprl
mg Blossom
Most Successful Ever
Held in Klamath Falls
THE) advent of Spring In all her beauty was fittingly celebrated
In the annual Spring Flowor abow given during the week past
andor the auBploea of the Woman's Library club of the city.
Earlier than ever bofore, spring blooms have burgeoned and
blossomed in Klamath Falls, and for this reason the date of the
flower show was advanced in order to display the flowers while at
their best advantage.
Advancing summer will bring the heavier, more fragrant blos-
soms, but not until spring comes
again will the delicate, fragile
early blossoms, and the perky,
gallant tulip return to gladden
the winter burdened hearts of
nan.
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WOMEN GOIFERS ENJOT
MEDAL PLAY FRIDAY
Prises for the best putts in
medal play at the Reames Golf
and Country club Friday were
great bouquets of blue and white
Iris, presented by Mrs. Fred Mur
phy and Mrs. George Ulrich to
the winners, Mrs. C. C. Kelley
nd Mrs. L. L. Graham.
Regular team play for both
flights will be enjoyed next Fri
day, May 4, at the club.
All women members ol the
elub are invited to the club Sun
day morning at 10; 30 o'clock to
meet women golfers from Mc
Cloud, in order that the after
noon's play may be arranged.
ONE O'CLOCK LUNCHEON
ENJOYED BY A. A. U. W. .
A delightful 1:00 o'clock
luncheon was enjoyed by mem
bers of the Klamath branch of
the American Association of Uni
versity Women last Saturday at
the Wlllard hotel.
An Interesting program, com
prised of two vocal solos by Bu
ford Howard, accompanied at the
piano by Miss Marie Obencbain,
and an Interesting talk on "Arma
ment," by Russell Andrews, wan
enjoyed following the luncheon.
Mrs. George Gardinler, presi
dent, announced that an evening
ot bridge will be enjoyed by the
group on Friday evening, May
fourth, at the home ot Mrs. H. P.
Bosworth, Jr on Conger avenue.
. Mrs. Louis Serrnys heads the
committee In charge of the bridge
party, and abe will be assisted
t7 Mrs. Snssel Andrews, Mrs. W.
A. Beaver, Miss HoUis Swingle,
Miss Ina Bnllick, Miss Ethel Ma-
i aon, Mrs. Fred Schallock and
, Hiss Olive Banks.
I The American Association of
University Women announces
Miss Florence Elliott as a new
member,
MRS. GRIMES HOSTESS
TO SCHOOLMATES CLUB
' Mrs. Jane Grimes was a de-llghtM-hostess
Friday afternoon
when the Schoolmates club met
i at her lome on Eldorado and
Huron streets.
The afternoon was spent in
conversation and reminescing,
when members recalled old build
ings located on Main street in
the days gone by.
Rooms of the Grimes home
l Were gay with tulips and Iris,
and refreshments were served at
the dose of the afternoon to
Mesdames Anna Funk, Georgia
Sloan, Amy Royce, Alice Law
rence, "Sally Wood, Ada Brown,
Winnie Cleghorn, Alta DeLap,
Senna DeLap, Kitty Bateman,
Ida Grimes, Mrs. Holly Swingle
of Medford and Mrs. W. S. Grab
at Chllorjuin, special guests ot
the afternoon.
: The Delta Gamma Chapter of
Selphians met Tuesday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. W. R. Boyd,
1654 Aaburn street when the
following program was given:
First part. Comedy and Ro
mance in Modern German Drama,
jlwn. J. R. Shaw.
! Lite of Barh, Mrs. E. H. Bal-
, Life et Wedekind, Mrs. H. E.
Gets.
Life of Schnttzler, paper by
Mrs. A. E. StonehoUBe read.
Cultural Arts, Mrs. Robert
OdelL.
Second part, Comedy and Ko-
Xance , in Modern ' German
rama, Mrs. Brady Narey.
"Hannele," outlined by Mrs.
, Andrew Collier.
- "Anatole," outlined by Mrs.
Twyla Ferguson.
"Last Masks," outlined by
Mrs. Zumwalt.
"The Green Cockatoo,' Mrs.
Tred Murphey.
"The Concert,' Mrs. Robert
Odell.
First part, The Theatrical and
the Dramatic, Mrs. Wilbur Jones.
Second part, The Theatrical
and the Dramatic, Mrs. J. A.
Gordon.
First part, Theatrical Techni
que, Mrs. K. G .Cummlngs.
Second part, Theatrical Techni
que, Mrs. W. R. Boyd.
Mrs. Don J. Zumwalt, super
visor, outlined the day's topic
"Comedy and Romanticism In
Modern German Drama; Theat
rical Art."
FORT KLAMATH. The Jolly
Bridge club was entertained Wed
nesday afternoon by Mrs. Doris
" Smith. Two tables of auction
were In play during the after-
; noon, with Mrs. Jewell Ferguson
receiving high honors at the cloBe
of the piny, and Mrs. Rose Noah
second b eh.
A covered dish luncheon was
enjoyed at the close of the after
noon bv the following memners
. Mesdames Anita Nicholson, Rose
Noah, Jowell Ferguson, Edith
Moon, Elva Varnum, Myrtle Den
ton, I'curl Edwards and tne nos
tess. . ,
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; FORT KLAMATH. The Tues
day Bridge club was entertained
this week by Mrs. Joe Taylor at
her home at the Fort Klamath
hotel. Two tables of contract
were In play during the evening,
with Mrs. Geneva Brattain mak-
' ing high score, and Mrs. Bayde
, pago second high. -
Refreshments were served to
' the following members at the
close at the evening: Mesdames
Nola McFarllng, Mildred Castel,
Oeneva Brattain. Mollis Ballou
Sayde Page, Lots Slsemore and
Exhibit
Senior Tea Outstanding
Social Event In
Week Past
Oregon Mothers were hostesses
at a lovely inrormat ien given
last Monday afternoon in the
Klamath Union high school cafe
teria. The affair was to honor
Dr. and Mrs. Elwood Smith ot
the board of higher education,
senior students and their parents.
The tea followed an assembly
and discussion period at which
Dr. Smith spoke. During the dis
cussion period parents and stu
dents were given an opportunity
to talk over college problems.
Mrs. Leslie Rogers was general
chairman ot the tea. Assisting
her in the receiving line were
Mrs. Elwood Smith, Mrs. Paul T.
Jackson, Mrs. N. B. Drew. Mrs.
Y. Stoddard. Mrs. Fred Peter
son. Mrs. J. P. Wells ana Mrs.
J. Lyle.
Tulips, leather and lacy ferns
were used about the room and at
the beautifully appointed table
placed in the center of the room.
Mrs. A. J. Lyle and Mrs. N. Y.
Stoddard poured during the first
bonr, and Mrs. w. L. yulnn ana
Mrs. N. B. Drew during the sec
ond hour.
Mrs.' Carl Kllppell presented
a charming group ot songs, ac
companied at the piano by Mrs.
Stanley Woodruff.
June Johnson, Audrey Ed
wards, Dora Hayden, Marian
Agee, Margaret Goldsmith and
Edith Weber, of the Junior class.
assisted in serving.
The tea was unquestionably
one of the outstanding affairs
given in honor ot the graduating
classes of Henley, Keno and Kla
math Union high schools. Over
three hundred guests were served
during the tea hours.
LIONS CLUB HOLDS
DANCING PARTY
One of the most enjoyable
dancing parties of the spring
season was held Tuesday evening,
when the Lions club entertained
members and friends at the Wll
lard hotel.
A night club and cabaret idea
is carried out with Guy Fergu
son in charge ot entertainment,
and Glenn Rausch, master of cere
monies. They were assisted by
Tom Young, Dr. A. M. Simmons
and J. P. Pennington.
A delightful floor show was
presented during the evening.
Mrs. Esther Frisble Bond, pres
ident of the Rebekah assembly
of Oregon, has commissioned Mrs.
R. E. Wattenburg, past president
of the assembly, to constitute a
Theta Rho Girls club ot the In
dependent Order of Odd Fellows
in Klamath Falls. The Institu
tion will take place in the I. O.
O. F. hall on Wednesday evening.
May 2, at 7:30 o'clock. -
Mrs; Wattenburg will be as
sisted by Mrs. J. F. Goeller, Mrs.
Mary Ginsbach and Miss Kath-
erine Ess, past noble grands of
Prosperity Rebekah lodge, and
Mr. John C. French, grand her
ald of the grand lodge of Ore
gon, and Major A. B. Lund, ma
jor of the general staff ot Pa
triarch Militant,
All members of the various
branches ot the order and the
families ot the girls forming the
club are invited to be present.
This will be the eighth club of
this kind formed in Oregon and
will be called Theta Theta Rho
Girls Club No. 8.
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IRISH LINEN FOR SPORTS
From Dorrille House In Eng
land, whence come the most au
thentic and classic sports fash
ions, several outfits in Irish lin
en have been imported Into this
country. The material is wash
able and uncrushable, and In one
instance has been used to create
something which is quite new in
the way of golf dress, and very
practical. . This is a one-piece
dress made in sandbrown Irish
linen, with the underarm cut out
where the elbow-length sleeves
meet the blouse, to allow un
limited freedom of arm move
ment without disturbing the set
of tbe dress or running the risk
ot splitting a seam.
BUSINESS WOMAN
Women love attractive surroundings and their growing Impor
tance In business has made a definite change In the modern office
decoration. Note the lace glass curtains and deep colored velvet
over draperies n .this busy young
Library Club Officers
' Take Office At
Flower Show
One of the loveliest events ot
the spring season was the spring
flower show given Wednesday by
the Woman's Library olub. Mrs.
J. Percy Wells was general ohalr
nmu of the event.
Amid a setting of gorgeous
spring blossoms the prise wluulng
dlsDlava stood out line jewels.
The committee in charge of deco
rations arranged great vases and
baskets ot creamy dogwood low
ers as a background, and a charm-
In t rock garden at one end ot the
spacious club room was one ot
the features of tne snow.
The last meeting ot the club
year was held in conjunction with
the flower show, and Mrs. Leslie
Avrit was named as president for
the ensuing year. Mrs. Avrit s
staff ot officers Includes: Mrs.
K. D. Lamb, first vice-president;
Mrs, R. C. Groesbeck, second vice-
president; Mrs. A. O. Roenlcke,
secretary, and Mrs. Oscar Salve,
treasurer.
Election of officers was held at
a brief business session preceding
the flower show, at which Mrs. R.
C. Groesbeck, outgoing president,
presided.
Mrs. Groesbeck presented a re
port of the outstanding accom
plishments ot the club year.
which included a successful hook
drive, adult educational night
classes, the Doernbecker Memor
ial hospital benefit bridge, at
which S7t was raised for the
hospital, Captain Carl von Hoff
man's entertaining lecture, and a
school essay contest conducted by
Mrs. A. O. Roenlcke.
Annual reports were presented
by club officers as follows: Mrs.
Jackson F. Kimball, first vice
president, told of two meetings
with other clubs during the year,
which she hopes may lead to the
organisation of an eastern Ore
gon district in the state feder
ation ot women's clubs; Mrs.
Franklin L. Weaver, chairman of
tbe book drive reported that more
than 1600 books were secured
for the library; Mrs. D. E. Van
Vactor, secretary, reported the
nnmber ot meetings during the
year and their attendance; tbe
report or the treasurer, Mrs.
Ralph W. Stearns, was read by
the president in Mrs. Steams'
absence; Mrs. Avrit reported as
chairman of the program com
mittee, the year's program of
travelogues and study of other
countries; Mrs. G. A. Krsuse,
chairman of the membership com
mittee? reported a total of 150
members, more than twice as
many as were enrolled last year;
Mrs. Don J. Zumwalt, chairman
of the music committee, supplied
all the music for the year, and
Mrs. Myra Stewart and Mrs. E.
D. Lamb, ot the decoration com
mittee, were complimented for
tne attractive decorations pro
vided during the club year.
" Following tbe business meet
ing tbe club members adjourned
to the large club room, where the
flower show was in progress.
Tea was served during the af
ternoon, with Mrs. K. G. Cum
mlngs in charge, assisted by Mrs.
Carl Hornlbrook, Mrs. E. A.
Thomas and Mrs. Henry Perkins.
Mrs. Don J. Zumwalt, Mrs. Laura
Willits, Mrs. A. E. Stonehouse
and Mrs. R. C. Groesbeck pre
sided at the attractive tea tables
during the afternoon.
Prize awards tor the loveliest
flowers in tbe show were awarded
as follows: to Mrs. George Ul
rich for the tinest quality tulips
in a display ot five perfect blos
soms of the "City of Harlem"
variety; to Mrs. Will Baldwin,
Mrs. A. E. Stonehouse end Mrs.
Junior Daggett for artistic ar
rangements of tulips; to Mrs. E.
G. Wlsecarver, Mrs. K. G. Cum
mings and Mrs. W. O. Smith for
tbe most artistic arrangements of
any kind of flower or combination
of flowers, and sweepstakes to
Mrs. Ulrich for a beautiful ex
hibit of wistaria.
Numerous beautiful commercial
displays of flowers snd garden
furniture enhanced the charming
floral exhibit which was the most
gorgeous and successful event of
Its kind ever held In the city.
FORT KLAMATH. The Art
Needlework club met Wednesday
at the home of Mrs. Katherine
NicholB. The afternoon was pleas
antly spent in visiting and fancy
work, with tbe hostess serving
refreshments at the close of the
afternoon.
The following members were
present: Mesdames Vera Hackler,
Lucille Nicholson, Opal Page,
Mabel Copeland and Helena Hor
ton. Mrs. Lucille Nicholson will en
tertain the club Wednesday after
noon. May second, at her home
here.
DECORATES OFFICE
executive s office.
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Charming tor a youthful, slen
der figure is this evening frock
by Irene Clair ot printed crepe
with a vivid field flower design.
A huge bunch of poples, corn
flowers and daisies la posed at
the back of the waist.
Calendar
' Sunday, April SO
Women ot Reames Golf and
Country club invited to meet
at tbe club house at 10:30
Sunday morning to greet wo
men golfers from McCloud,
and to arrange play for the
afternoon.
Monday, April 80
Eastern Star visitors will
hold a meeting Monday after
noon at 2:00 o'clock at the
Masonic ball. All Eastern
Star members are invited.
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Tuesday, May 1
Klamath Falls Nile club
will meet Tuesday, May 1 at
1:30 desert, at the home ot
Mrs. Mina Konschot, 443 Pa
cific Terrace, Mrs. Edith Kim
ble assisting.
Mrs. P. Hannon to be hostess
to the St. Rita club at her
home on North Eighth street.
All members and friends in
vited. ...
Wednesday, May 2
Group one of Eastern Star
Social club to meet for one
o'clock luncheon with Mrs. L.
F. Willits, 505 Klamath av
enue. Theta Rho Girls olub of the
Independent Order of Odd
Fellows to be formed In Klam
ath Falls at tbe I. O. O. F.
hall at 7:30 p. m.
...
Friday, May 4
Women's day at the Reames
Golf and Country club. Reg
ular team play, luncheon and
bridge scheduled on the day's
program.
Roycroft Junto to meet at
8 p. m. with Mrs. Ferris Glf
ford on Washington street.
Continue reading and discus
sion of "The Olympians."
Evening ot bridge to be en
Joyed by American Associa
tion of University Women at
the home of Mrs. H. P. Bos
worth, Jr.. on Conger avenue.
Monday, May 7
Business and Professional
Women's cinb to hold Booster
dinner at 6:30 o'clock at city
library auditorium to Increase
Interest in tbe state convention
of B. and P. W. to be held
in' Portland in May.
.
rnmnilmentlne Miss Catherine
nnvlnrd who has taken a new
unma nfntiMitlr street, a num
ber ot her friends dropped in
one night last week, and sur-
nriaed her- with a nouse-warm-
ing and shower.
Many attractive gifts were pre
sented' Miss Gaylord who Is
wnna fcmia. fnr hup father.
and cards were in play during
the evening. .
High, score was awarded to
Mm. A. C. Backes and low went
to Mrs. Henri Conradi. '
...
TtntfiAl TTnrmonv circle of the
Hl,( r Vx-lotln n nh,th mnt nf
the home of Mrs. Ben Pruitt on
East Main street Wednesday,
with Mrs, Miller assisting hos
tess. There were 20 members and
on visitor present, uerinlte
plans were made for the chicken
illtmnr tn Iia held in the base
ment of the Christian church
on May 1, to wbiCB ; tne puinic
IS invited. At ine ciohb oi urn
i,i,Binofla montlnsr Mrs. Pruitt and
Mrs. Mlilor served refreshments.
MODERN
flREPROOf
SahFbancisco
, MMMmt
V aeo,WAaui ttooptart
Klamath Falls Observes
National Music
Week in May !
Musicians ot Klamath Fills
are working with state and na
tional committees In oborvance
of National Music W'k, May
6-13. Anih Hoyt Graham Is city
ehnlrmnn, working dlrootly with
Mrs. Waller Douton ot Salem,
state chairman. Mrs. Graham de
sires that tho publlo Bhall renllso
that tbe purposo of Muslo week
Is to center public attention on
..t. nn mirli'hninllt Of llfo.
-Each year the celebration through
out the ijniieu bhus . uu
tuoro widespread.
Music wook had Its origin In
New York In 1915. Tho prosldent
ot tho United States Is honorary
chairman of govornors ot the dif
ferent states. President Coollilge
being tho first president to give
sanction ot his high office In
1924. Iu observance of Music
woek. musicians and various or
ganisations, Including schools.
churches, service cuius, raino ana
theaters, are preparing a week
full ot Interest for music lovors.
Mrs. Graham announcos tho
following commltteea who aro
working with her to make the
week one ot outstanding enjoy
ment.
Mrs. A. J. Voye. sorvlce clubs.
Mrs. C. A. Henderson, rural
schools.
Edith McCloud. music teachers.
Mrs. Don Zumwalt. thoators
and radio.
Madge Hampton, alty schools.
Mrs. George Mclntyre, church
es.
t , Vhva ! 1 n rr.nrtn.
noon-day programs for each day
of Music week at the Pelican
theater, through the courtesy ot
Mr. H. W. Poole. These programs
are tree to the public and will
be well worm wnne. Announce
ment! of those will anoear in do-
tall at later dates.
...
COSTUME PARTY HELD
UY YOUNUr.ll HI-. J.
One ot tbe novel parties ot tho
snrlns season was given last Fri
day evening at 1133 Walnut ave
nue when una Mae Aiassey anu
Irene McLaughlin entertained
with a "kid" costume party.
Prises for the best costume
went to Frank Drew and Fre
mont Livermore.
The evening was spent In play
ing games. At the close of the
affair refreshments were served.
Guests were Misses Marlon Flfo.
Phyllis Gates, Roberta Holdrlch.
Helen Richardson, Mayme Law-
son, Isabel Scribner, Maurlne Les
lie, La Verne Kennorly, June
Johnson, Fremont Llvormore.
Frank Drew. Orle FrHlley. War
ren Poolo, Norman Tabor, Jack
Buchanan, Lloyd Myers, Stewart
Patty, Darrell Miller, Jim Kalor
Ivar Hull, John Fastoga and
Howard Scrogglns.
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PAST NOBLE tlRAN'D CLUB
TO ENTERTAIN VWITORS
Members of tbe Past Noble
Grand club of Prosperity Rebekah
lodeo are looking forward to
Tuesday, May first, with pleasure,
as they will entertain members
ot the Past Noble Grand clubs of
Ashland and Bonanza with 1:00
o'clock potlucn luncheon In tho
banquot room ot the I. O. O. F.
hall. All Past Noblo Grands are
cordially invited to attend and
meet visiting members.
The May Day spirit will pre
vail in entertainment and deco
rations tor the afternoon, with
Mrs. Margaret Biden as chair
man of tbe committee In chargo.
Cards will be tbe diversion of
the afternoon, and tea will be
served later In the day.
Tbe committee in charge ot
tables is composed of Mesdamos
Margaret Bidon, Charlotte Mar
tin, Mary GlnBbach and Efile
Red key.
Those In charge ot lunchoon
arrangements are Mesdames L. L.
Palmerton, Lee Bean, W. M.
Wohlandor, Robert Sloan and H
E. Jones.
.
Mrs. Marie Davenport enter
tained tbe members of tbe
Friendship club, Friday after
noon. She was assisted by Mrs
P. D. Sbroeder.
A brief business meeting was
held, at which it was announced
that the quilt upon which club
members hare been working is
now comploted, and will be sold
snd tbe proceeds turned over to
tbe club relief funds.
Cards were in play after the
business meeting, and high score
was awarded to Mrs. McUhebey.
Low went to Mrs. Bryce Webber,
Refreshments were served at
the close of the afternoon.
Office
Furniture
Desks
Chairs
Tables
Safes
.Filing
Cabinets
Typewriter
Tables and Stands
Waste, Baskets
Costumers V. .
Modern Office
Equipment
slww SUKonern Comptmu
Phone 602 - 729 Main St,
CLUB PRESIDENT
Mrs. Chnrlos N. Hllyou ot Dnl-
las, Oregon, president of tbe
flc.ivni k-Ajri,Hnn nf Wulnuil's
clubs, who will prosldo at tho
Dienniai convention iu husouuij,
May 7 to 10, 1934.
Local Club Officials
Plan to Attend
Convention
Mrs. Leslie Avrit. nowly-oloct-
ed president ot the Woman's Li
brary elub or K amain raits, anu
Mrs. Jackson F. Klmlmll. chair
man ot the library dlvlslou tor
the Oregon Federation of Wo
men's clubs, are nlanulng to at
tond at least a portion of the ses
sions of the club convontlon to
be bold In Rosoburg May 7 to 10
according to tentative arrange
ments.
As tbe dates for tho biennial
event draw ranldly closor, inter
est in possible candidates lor oi-
tlco Is roachlng a high pitcn
mom club women throughout
the state. Nover before in tne
history ot the federation, say tho
old-tlmors within its ranks, has
thore been so much suspense
about possible nnmluoes as thore
Is .this yonr. With tho conven
tion only a week away and with
five oftlcos open (or nominations.
indications point to Intense activ
ity and "electioneering" in the
tow remaining days before tho
session opons.
Mrs. W. S. Nicholson ot Marsh
field remains tho only announced
candidate for tho stato presidency,
although as seasonod convention
goers are wont to recall thoro Is
always the possibility of a "dark
horse." Anticipating, nowover,
that in all likelihood, tho presi
dent will he an outatnto woman,
It seems to bo gouerally accepteti
that the first vke-prosliloncy will
so to Portland this year, in view
or tho comln convention of tho
Westorn Federation ot women s
clubs to be bold there lu bo li
tem ber.
Rumor has it that several well-
known Portland womou havo boon
approached as likely candidates
for tho ofilce, among tnom .Mrs,
Nottlo Rankin Uollunil. rutirlng
presldont of the Portland City
Federation; Mrs. W. W. Gabriel,
her predecessor In that office, and
Mrs. C. W. Hayhurst. who Is
known throughout the state for
both hor foduratlon and paront-
teacher Interests. Although It Is
understood that none of the threo
Is an announced candidate and
is in no way campaigning for the
office, their names at least aro
boing mentioned among cuuvuu-tion-mlnded
clubwomen.
Mrs. P. 8. Kaadt ot Portland,
who has served this year as leg
islative chairman for the Port
land Federation, is being spokon
ot, too, as a possible nominee ter
the recording secretaryship.
As yot, no doflnlte nows ot out
state candidates tor any office has
nna
lijour cftilds
FEET
b FOCUS!
ft U only Uuiy. threufti period (a
phyfletl namlnittoru, thit phytf
tttoni ind tthool luthoriciM hare
, mnfl to mils that dlttorted tota.
Imlacd Iffi menu ind tnlmd
arches arrl not tht only rcaulu of
hlldrtn'a fact Mnt poorly fitted.
It ( now a wll-tab!lihd fact
that many aoiidttn'f allmcnta. atub
M faulty poiturt and iocptlonal
nmouincia. ara ofua dm to badly
fitted footwear
Malta aura that your ehlldrto' ftt
an rMfrfflnf tha proper attention
la order that they may avoid theea
celt affeata of Improperly fitted
footwear. Brinf them to tha atort
where you can obtain RODIN
HOOD SHOE5 and -
All Shoes Sold Here Moat
Be Fitted 1" Our Stort
Foulger's
. Beautiful Shoei
525 Main St.
reached Portland headquarters
but there are any numbor of In
teresting rumors going about
that promise to make tho nom-
inntiiin session on wmun-inji
ll.u A ... nt IllM ItlnNt lllflltllia.
by far, on the ooiivoiillon pro
grum. All tho monition of tho present
ulviiii tho nsnnl
courtesy ro-oleotlun at tlio Port
land eonventltm two years ago,
will retire this spring, after four
notably successful and busy yonrs,
and tho FetUiratlon will beitlil Us
now season with an ontlmly now
into of officers. The retiring of
ficers aro Mrs. Charles N. llllyou
of Hallas. proslduiiti Mrs. Unorgo
Gorald Root oi romnmi, "
vlco-prosltlent; Mrs. Charles M.
uuii. n iinuhnrn. second vlco-
lirosldont; Mrs. Kdwln L. Knapp
Of UUgnilO, recording oi-mini,
Mrs. llnnnnh Martin ot Salem,
corresponding secretory; Miss
Josslo Mclirogor oi i-iinuum,
. li,. r'hitrl. f'tmtnnr
of Portland, parliamentarian. Tho
unices ot corronpununis mw-
,.. ... ....I nurllniiitUllnrlllll Are fill
ed by prvslduiitlul appotntnieiiU
v 1 Hi ew ST. PAI'I.'fl
KNJOVtt BENEFIT UltllKlK
ll.u Ih.n anvnntv-flve tickets
were sold to the Young Peoples'
Fellowship bridge party glvon
last Thursday evening at tho par-
-i-i. vA.. Tim Inhln. WAM hoSU-
1 I INI uvu-v. - - -
Utility decoratod In dogwood and
pale spring nowvri. .
Marie Morgan, general chair
man, was assisted with tho ar
rangomonts by. Dolores Martin.
Others who workod on tho party
plans woro Carol Schoftol and
June Johnson, decorations; tom
my Radcllffe and Bob Elllngaon.
llckot sole; Clarke Woavor. ad
vortlslns. and Dolores Martin, ro-
, V. I a
Tvn nrlies for men and two
for women were awarded. Mrs.
O. H. Bchupp and Mrs. W. A. Con
stans were awarded the contract
a ml auction ptltos. Mr. O. D.
Hin It h and Mr. winiam ivumsuui
won the men's awards.
ltofrusliments woro served at
tho closo of the evening.
i...t. ni th. narlv will be
used tor church benefit by tho
young people
ii-iiiih.I. fire. Mrs. V.' F.
Myers entertained the members
of tho "Now or Nover club"
nnii their husbands at her home
Thursday evening. Games wore
enjoyed during the ovoiiiug. ji
a late hour refreshments were
served by the hostess. Mombors
present and their liusbsnds were:
Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Lowls. Mr.
and Mrs. M. O. Hnrtlt-roilo, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Frailer, Mr.
and Mrs. T. A. Blake, Mr. and
Mrs. Win. Walkor, the host and
hostess. Guests woro Mr. and
Mrs. G. II. Carlnton, josepn
Myers and Miss Mary Uunoan.
Tbe Women ot the Moose on
tertaincd with a radio pinochle
party last 'Tuesday. Ten tables
wore in play. High scoros were
hold by Mrs. Parker and Mr.
Vcrmon, and low held by Mrs.
Tompkins and Mr. .Ilroltoii; Mrs.
McDanlols recelvod the door
priso.
Wiff, slip-on bra"
$1.00
Even (lender figuret require a light foundation in
order to wear the streamline fashion! tuccestfully,
For them we advise tha new Pouff the foatherweighf
with the Double-Knit Back that perfectly subdues
those wayward curves. .,
You'll hardly believe when you see It that anything
so small and light could .make , such a difference in
figure lines. We don't ask you' to believe us just
stop In and trit on. Yoii'll be'delightedl '
KLAMATH FALLS
OREGON
Fine Art Exhibit Will -Be
Given At High .
' v .School Soon
The Home Koonnmlo olub ot
Klamulli Union high schmil Is
sponsoring a grand art oslilhlt on
May i. 8 and i. for tho purpose
of ruining funds for plcturim to
place about tho school building,
Tim art show Is under tlm gonarnl
rliali'inuiiHlilp of Irene MoUuitlt
tin, president ot tho dull. Hbe
wits assisted in obtaining the
how by Hhlrloy Kschle, ,
Committees havo been loloctert ,
to work on tho dooorntlon and
gtimirul work of tho oxhlblt. Ad
vertising has been placed tn
charge of Eileen Parsons.
Klamath pooplo will be admit
ted to tho show between the
hours of 7:80 and 9:80 for a
in all fee for students and adults. j
The show will be a splendid ex
hibition from famous paintings
of tho old and modern artists.
Among those aro 160 taken from
the originals ot ninny lands.
There are also many tine Japan
ese prints which will bo placed
on sale at a low price.
The prints come from the Co
lonial Art company of Oklahoma
City. Similar shows have been
given by high school groups fnr
the purpose of beautifying tholr
own bulldlne.ua with pictures.
.
VOI'NO PEOriiKH' SOTIETY
OFKKKIU4 TAKE OFFICE
Officers of the Young Peoples'
Christian Endeavor society of the
First Presbyterian church were
elected at the buslneu meeting
hold at the homo of Mls Helen
Swarli last Tuesday oveulng.
Miss 8wnrts was re-elected
president of the organisation,
ltalnh Foslori was elected vlce-
preslilont: June Cunningham, sec
retary; Robert Van Dukor. treas
urer; Nettle Tompkins, social
chairman; Alice Harvey, 'prayer
mooting chairman; Oorono Tip
ton, publicity chairman; Ralph
Foster, lookout chairman, and
Phyllis Ilartsog, missionary chair
man. Following the business meet
ing, a social prosram was en
joyed. Rofrenliinenis were served.
Mrs. Laura Chamberlain and
Mrs. Asenath Dolioll wore delight
fully surprised at a Joint birth
day party by the women ot the
Immauuel Baptist church on Wed
nesday afternoon.
The affair, which started out
as a quilling bee, was changed In
to a surprise party and was
pleasantly spent by all the1 mem
bers of the society.
Refreshments were served by
Mrs. Fred Abbey, and the church
parlors ware docoratcd by the
church members.
.
Six tables of bridge were In
play Tuesday afternoon, when
Mrs. Walter Locke entertained
members ot the St. Bits club at
her home.
The next meeting ot tbe club
will be held Tuesday at tho
homo at Mrs. P. Hannon on
North Eighth street. All mom
bors and friends are Invited.
POUFF
with the DOUBLE
KNIT BACK wields an
excellent influence on
YOUNG CURVES.
Ventilated front taction for
warm weather comfort. Two
way itretch for complote free
dom. Pouff
$2.50
es
LAKEVIEW
I Ajnjr Zumbrunn,