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    July IK 194
TAGS SIX
HERALD AND NEWS, KLAMATH rALl.C. "HWfGON
Tour Made of
Klamath Gardens
Womens Library Club
Attractive Spots
Ten of Klamath Falls' most outstanding gardens were vis
ited on Wednesday, July the fifteenth by fifty members and
friends of the Garden club group of the Womans Library club
when they enjoyed their annual garden tour.
Gathering at the C. W. Hornlbrook home on Pacific Ter
race, at nine o'clock, they proceeded to the T. B. Walters gar
den which they entered
through an archway aflame
with Paul Scarlet Climber
roses to view the terraced,
moss-green rock garden near
the patio and the border of
flowers around the lawn, so
arranged that there are
blooms from early spring to
late fall.
The gold fish pond, and
Virginia Creeper twining over
the house were what took
the eye at the Hugh Camp
bells' where the flowering
shrubs and trees bordering
the lawn above several ter
races added a colorful note.
Mrs. Fred Schallock's fine
collection of tuberous be
gonias and yellow calla lil
ies were set off to perfection
In her garden where large
locust and blue spruce shaded
the lawn bordered by many
flower beds and shrubs.
Members of the group were
quite taken with a banty hen
and her little chicks which
were useful as well a orna
mental in Mrs. R. E. Oakes,
garden. They help keep pesky
earwigs under control, a ma
jor problem in any garden
er's life. Mrs. Oakes. whose
lawn and flowers are quite
new, takes pride in doing
most of the work herself.
Distinctive features of Mrs.
A. O. Roenicke's gardening
endeavors is the greenhouse
where she and Dr. Roenicke
grow . plants for transplant
ing to the garden and window
boxes and also a wide va
riety of cactus. The visitors '
were interested by the use
of hot water heat to keep the -greenhouse
at the proper
temperature.
Unique in its setting was
the- garden of the E. B. Red
mans', perched high on a nat
ural promotory back of their
house on Front street with
a sweeping view of Upper
Klamath lake. Crevices in
a large outcropping of rock
had been planted with flow
ers, while a lily pond, a shad
ed lawn and an old juniper
rooted in the rocks formed a
picturesque spot to rest.
Mrs. Rosa McCornack's gar
den on Lakeshore drive de
lighted the "tourists" with
the way in which everything
has been kept as natural as
possible, taking advantage of
the old apple orchard and
using huge lilac bushes to
outline lanes. Especially in--triguing
was the old iron ket
tle with vines growing in it,
used as a weight on the gate.
"High" point of the trip
was reached at E. F. Gra
ham's on Bismark street in
Shippington the "heighth"
being in the extremely tall
Pacific strain of delphiniums,
which he raises as a hobby.
The mammoth varieties were
in full bloom and a sight to
behold. Mr. Graham is also
' hybridizing iris and getting
a start in many varieties of
peonies.
After a visit to the Hay
dens' on Washington street,
where a large outdoor fire
place and a lily pond sur
rounded with wild ferns and
.Indian mortars were centers
of interest, the group gather
ed for luncheon at "Anabag
lish," the Andrew Collier
' place at Pine Grove. There
they spread out their lunches
and relaxed as they enjoyed
the panorama provided by
many pines, the rolling hills
and green fields surrounding
the restful garden.
MRSCHATBURN
HONORED AT
SHOWER THURSDAY
MERRILL Mrs. Tom Chat
burn Jr., was delightfully
honored Thursday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Faschall
Hodges when Mrs. Hodges,
Mrs. Carol Ramson, Mary
Dennehy, Pauline Clemens,
Edna Beasley and Vivian
Hartlerodc were co-hostesses
at a layette shower.
Fink and white roses pre
dominated about the rooms
and the gifts were presented
in a beautifully trimmed pink
and blue bassinette.
Guests for the afternoon
were Miss Billy Hodges, Miss
Betty Chnlburn, Miss Geor
gia L I s k e y, Miss Evelyn
Pierce, Mrs. Max Hartlerode,
Mrs. John D. Moore, Mrs. Em
mett Clemens, Mrs. T. W.
Chatburn Sr., Mrs. Charles
Hodges, Mrs. Wllloby Connor,
Mrs. Lester Fleck, Mrs.
Snapp, Mrs. Lois Louisgnant,
Mrs. Victor Louisgnant, Mrs.
Lloyd Llsk, Mrs. William
Hodges and Mrs. Pete McNeill.
Garden Group View
Commandos
Entertained
Trip to Newell Made
Sunday as Captain's
Guests
The Klamath Falls Com
mandos enjoyed a day as
guests of Captain and Mrs.
William Patterson at the Jap
anese reception center at
Newell, Calif., Sunday, July
the twelfth.
Wearing their natty blua
and white uniforms, they
made the trip by army truck
and were met by their hosts
on their arrival and escorted
to the soldiers' clubrooms
where social time was en
joyed. A sumptuous fried chicken
dinner was served at two
o'clock in the mess hall,
where the girls were treated
in true military fashion and
made to carry their own
dishes to the kitchen.
Dancing in the recreation
rooms and "jeep rides"
around the project were en
joyed during the afternoon,
after which refreshments
were served in the canteen.
Four o'clock, their time of de
parture, came all t o o soon,
they said, and they left highly
pleased over the interesting .
day they had spent. ..
Out of the visit to the cen
ter Sunday grew a desire on
the part of the Commandos .
to assist in completing the
furnishings of the men's rec- ,
reation room .there, which is .
already equipped with a bil
liard and a ping pong table, .
a few chairs and two small
davenports.
The group has already ob
tained many needed articles,
.but is especially eager to ob
tain the loan or donation of
a piano, which they say the
boys would especially appre
ciate. Also needed are more
lounging chairs, magazine
racks, a book case and a desk
or two. '
ANNOUNCEMENT ,
MADE AT DINNER.
PARTY THURSDAY
Mrs. Charles Herman Fos
ter entertained for friends of
her daughter, Frances Jean
Foster, with a dinner party at
the Pelican cafe on Thursday
evening, July the sixteenth.
At that t,ime, Miss Foster's en
gagement to Mr. James L.
Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
L. J. Howard was announced
by means of tiny scrolls used
as .place cards and made by
Mrs. Kenneth Larson.
Guests bidden to the affair
were Mary Jane Metier, Bar
bara Sellers', Yvonne Mac
Donald, Betty Merrill, June
Van, Dorothy Teed, Patty
Schupp, Jean Wiesendanger,
Janice Bubb, Virginia Ellen
Smith, Suzanne Michelson,
June Michelson, Marjean Lar
son, Mary Ellen Hotchkln,
Phyllis Aubrey, Cloria Peter
steincr, Betty Jane Sanders,
Barbara Beane, Mittey Lento,
Mrs. L. J. Howard and Mrs.
A. Petersteiner.
ENGAGED
Miss Frances Jean Foslr,
whose engagement to Mr.
James L. Howard, son of Mr.
and Mrs. L. J. Howard, hat
been announced by her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Herman Foster of 1871 Port
land street. The wedding will
be an event of early fall.
Picture by Bruno.
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Toastmjstress
Group Elects
Convention Report
Made at Meeting by
Mrs. Hibbard
Mrs. W. D. Miller was
elected as president of t h e
Toastmistress club of Klam
ath Falls at the semi-annual
business meeting held Mon
day evening, July the thir
teenth, in the library room of
the Fremont school.
Other officers chosen at
that time were Mrs. Carl
Schubert, vice president; Mrs.
Keith Rice, secretary; Mrs.
Frank Peyton, treasurer; Mrs.
Dean Miller, sergeant-at-arms;
Mrs. Coleman O'Loughlin,
program chairman; Mrs. Paul
Buck, parliamentarian, and
Mrs. W. H. Hibbard, club
critic. ' '
Upon receiving her symbol
of office from Mrs. W. R.
Boyd, the retiring president,
Mrs. Miller, appointed Mrs.
John B. Cashin as publicity
chairman.
Following a brief business
meeting, Mrs. Miller intro
duced Mrs. W. H. Hibbard,
who had just returned from
the International Toastmis
tress convention held at Del
Monte, Calif. Mrs. Hibbard
told of the charming hospital
ity of the hotel there and of
the genial spirit of the con
vention which is typical of
the democratic aims which
characterize the clubs.
Theme of the fourth an
nual convention was "Let
Mortal Tongues Awake" and
this was the subject of the
keynote speech given by the
president, Mrs. Gladys Gabert
of Redwood City, California. ,
She stressed the fact that our
rapidly changing world de
mands new trails, new leaders
and the ability of women to
express their views and ex
change them with . one an
other. "New paths are opening in
to the future," she said, "and
our leadership may mean a
more ideal life for our fel
lowmen." Outstanding among the var
ied sessions of the convention
weer one minute reports from
each club, listing its best pro
gram of the year or most
memorable achievement. Also
of great interest was the ad
dress by Mr. Neil Shaver, San
Francisco representative of
Time, Life and Fortune maga
zines, and the report of Con
vention Critic Josephine '
Hughston, journalist and club
woman of San Jose, Calif.
In closing, Mrs. Hibbard
described the beautiful Del
Monte hotel grounds with its
spacious lawns and giant oaks
and told of the seventeen
mile drive through Monterey
and Carmel.
The Monday evening meet
ing was the last of the sum
mer. The next meeting will
be on September the four
teenth at which time plans
will be formed for an inter
esting winter program.
Mr. Minnard Hllyard of
Manhattan, Kansas, who is
spending most of the summer
here with relatives and
friends, had his first view of
Crater lake last Sunday as a
member of one of the many
picnic groups spending the
day In the park. Others in the
party were Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Ira White, Mr. and
Mrs. M. Percy Evans, Mr. and
Mrs. Sydney Evans, Mr. M.
L. Miller, Mrs. Lawrence
Rolph and Loralou.
GARDEN TOUR HISHUSHTS
Shown at the top Is the attractive garden of Mr
and Mrs. E. B. Qcdman at 803 Front street, one
of many visited by members of the Garden group
of the Womans Library club on their annual
tour Wednesday of this week. Flowers growing
from seams In the rocky outcropping, and the
shaded lawn overlooking Upper Klamath lake
were outstanding features. Below, Mrs. 0. C.
Blohm is exclaiming over the magnificence and
size of the delphiniums grown by E. F. Graham
at his place on Bismark street
Pictures by Wesley Guderlan
of The Herald and News.
BUSINESS WOMEN
HOLD DINNER
MEETING MONDAY
The Business and Profes
sional Women will hold a
dinner meeting Monday, July
the twentieth In the down
stairs dining room at the
Pelican cafe, when Mrs. Ruth
Eyerly, chairman of the for
ward committee will have
chnrgo of the program.
Planned for the evening is
a talk on rationing by Mrs.
Effle Garcclon and a resume
of the history and activities
ot the Klnmuth Falls Com
mandos by Captain Bcrnie
Heidemann and Commando
Advisor Chet Smith. Mrs.
Muriel Garich will .sing sev
eral vocal numbers.
All 'members are urged to
attend and to see that their
reservations have been re
ceived by those in charge.
Prospective members arc In
vited to be guests at the meet
ing. , ,
JS t lip, fift f "i1
LUNCHEON
GIVEN FRIDAY
FOR MRS. PORTER
Mrs; John Porter who Is a
guest in the city from her
home at Mlnot, North Dakota,
was honored at a one o'clock
luncheon on Friday afternoon
when Mrs. Gerald Gwyn en
tertained a few friends at her
home on Martin street.
Covers were laid for Mrs.
Louie Benson, Mrs. Patrick
Fogarty, JVlrR. Edward Peter
man, Mrs. Howard Melton,
Mrs, Porter and the hostess.
Mrs. Leo Heath of 304
Main street, entertained Tues
day afternoon in honor of her
mother, Mrs. Emll Lundgren,
who is visiting here for a
short time. Guests of Mrs.
Heath were Mrs. William
Church and daughter of San 1
Francisco, Mrs. Clarence
Copeland, Mrs. Hagcn Moore,
Mrs, Gottfrcd Anderson and
Mrs, Reuben Lonborg.
T VV H
.r mi s a
Engagement
Announced
Former Klamath Cou
ple to Wed, It Is
Learned
Miss Merldee Moore, only
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.
W. Moore, formerly of this
city and now residing In Cor
vallis, announced her engage
ment to Sergeant Forrest Al
ter of Fort Stevens, It was
learned from Miss Wllamlna
Lynch, friend of the couple.
The announcement was made
last weekend at Seaside, Ore.
Miss Moore attended Klam
ath Union high school for two
years and was graduated from
Lakevlew high school with
the class of 1042.
Sergeant Alter, brother of
Dale G. Alter of this city,
was graduated from Klamath
Union high school with the
class of 1940 and has since
been stationed at Fort Stev
ens with the local battery.
Wedding plans have not yat
been announced.
BUTTE VALLEY.
MAID WEDS
LIEUTENANT
DORRIS Miss Jean O'Kan
left this week for Fort Mc
Clellan, Ala., where she will
become the bride of Lieuten
ant Kenneth L. Luckln.
Miss O'Kane is the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John J.
O'Kane of Juniper lodge, Mt.
Hebron. She was graduated
from Butte Valley high school
in the class of 1937 and has
just completed her fourth
year at Fresno State Teach
ers college. Whlle attending
college she was affiliated
with the Alpha Alpha chapter
of the Delta Sigma Epillon
sorority.
Lieutenant Luckln is the
son of Mrs. A. K. Luckln of
Fresno, Calif. He is a grad
uate of Fresno State college,
where he was a member of
the Mu Alpha Delta fraterni
ty and a varsity basketball
player.
The young couple will live
near Fort McClellan In Ala
bama, where Lieutenant Luc
kln Is stationed in the army
infantry.
PNG CLUB
ENJOYS PICNIC
AT-COFER HOME
Members of the Past Noble
Grand club enjoyed a garden
picnic at the home of Mrs. F.
H. Cofer on High street the
afternoon of July the seventh.
Mrs. Kate Hogue and Mrs.
Cora Kennedy presided on
the entertainment committee
for this July meeting,
It was announced that the
club's August meeting will
also be a one o'clock no
hostess picnic In Mrs. Cofer'i
garden. On the hostess com
mittee are Mrs. R. G. Mots
chenbachcr and Mrs. C. O.
Drydcn,
N. of W. To Meat
Monday Evaning
A meeting of the Neighbors
of Woodcraft will be held In
the KC hall Monday evening
at eight o'clock. Entertain
ment and refreshments will
follow the business session. It
was announced that officers
need not wear their uniforms.
The hostess committee in
cludes Martha Gllcrlst, Wil
lan Floetke and Suale Smith,
Shower Honors ' i
Mrs. Brumbaugh
Lovely Summer Affair Given by Co-Hoslessej
Tuesday Evening in Pelican Parly Room
One of the lovellr.it of this summer's partlra was glvti In
the Pelican Party room Tuesday rvrnlng, July the fmirtrmih,
when Mrs. IIhitv lliillilany and Mrs. Clara Slmw, im hnslratri,
and a host of frlnmls complimented Mis. Sheldon Hmmlmuiih
with a shower, following bridge.
Colorful arrangements uf garden fluwum added to the nU
tractive room where eleven tables of cards were In play, wlilli
other groups gathered for eonvcrnutlon. The refreshment table,
covered by a laeo cloth, vi
Welles Visit
On Vacation
Connecticut Residents
Guests of Renos Dur
ing Week
Interesting visitors In Klam
ath Falls this post week were
Mr. and Mrs. It. P. Welles
and son, Martin, of Fairfield,
Connecticut, who wero guests
at the J. K. Keno home. Mrs.
Wolles, a sinter of Mrs. Reno,
will be remembered as Hachel
Crotiqiil.it. history teacher In
the old Klumalh high school
about fifteen years ago, Mr.
Welles was at that time a
ranger at Crater Lake park.
The Welles creeled a num
ber of long-time Mends dur
ing their stay and were ex
tensively entertained. They
left Thursday evening by
train for San Francisco, en
route home via the southern
route.
On Tuesday evening Mr.
and Mrs. Charles A. Hender
son entertained at dinner hon
oring the Welles at their
home on Earlc street. On
Wednesday afternoon Mrs.
Reno complimented her sis
ter at a luncheon and those
who greeted her were Mrs.
Frank Howard, Mrs. Don C.
Fisher. Mrs. C. A. Hender
son,. Mrs. Howard Barnhlsel,
Mrs. George Ulrlch and Mrs.
George McJntyre.
Mr. and Mrs. Don C. FUher
were hosts on Thursday at a
luncheon at their Lava Beds
Monument home when they
had Mr. and Mrs. Welles and
son and Mr. and Mrs. Reno
as their guests. The visitors
also enjoyed one day at Cra
ter lake where they noted the
many change and Improve
ments that have been made
since their departure.
, The Welles made the trip
west through Canada and the
Canadian Rockies, visited Vic
toria Island and came on
down the coast to Portland
where Mrs. Welles was hon
ored by Mrs. George Gardl
nier, also a former resident of
this city, at an informal after
noon at the Lynn Sabln home
when a number of former
Klamath Falls people were
guests.
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ARMANDO
LEG MAKE-UP i
Keeps your legs glamorous.
Quickly applied. Stays on i ft
all day. Choice of shades. 'I "'L
Gurrin's for Drugs
Klamath's Drug and Casmetlc Cantor
9th .and Main Dial 451
centered by deep blue ilic
of delphinium and llglild
tapers, flunking the puiuti
howl. In tlui reception hill
was a striking arrangement of
flower In shades of yellow
and orange In a large copper
bowl.
Awards at the close of
bridge were presented to Mm.
Roy Carter, Mrs. Marlon a.
mcr, Mrs, Jerry Thomas, and
Mrs. Brady Narey, Mrs. Gert
rude Moore was presented
with n special prize.
Asulstliig (h hostesses wer
Mrs. Francis It. Olds who pre.
sided at the punch bowl, Mrs.
John Crawford, Mrs. Mildred
Waggoner, Mrs. Clyde tinker
and Mrs. Ruth Turner,
HIMELWRIGHTS
VISIT IN CITY
FROM HOLLYWOOD
Mr. and Mrs. T)ole lllmel.
wrlght. the former Luclll
Faught, la the daughter of
I)
Mrs. Elsie Faught of 1221
Kant Main street. Mr. Hlmel
wrlglil Is the son of Mrs, Ida
lllmelwrlght of Ashland.
The young couple wer
murrled Ust fall and have
been making their horn in
Hollywood where Mr. HlmeW
wright Is employed In de
fense work. They spent last
weekend In Ashland, accom
panied by members of their
family. Before returning
south they will also visit with
relatives In Roseburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold mr
age (Jennie Delzell) and
young son Harold Jr. of
Phoenix, Ariz., were the
guests for several days this
week of Mr. and Mrs. Jamea
Busch.
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