Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, August 01, 1942, Page 5, Image 5

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LIAVES FROM A BIRCH cost shade those warm days and
provldo an excellent place for Emilie and John Elliot to do
their climbing act. Elmer" seems to be barking up the
right tree! ' Emilio and John are children of Mr. and Mrs.
C. S. Elliot of Washington street.
NOTHING LIKE A GOOD sun both for that lovely qoldcn
glow wo girls try so hard to got! That's tho opinion of Lynne
Farley snapped in her ploy pen one warm morning this week.
Lynne is tho doughter of Dr. and Mrs. T. Frederick Farley
of Pacific Terrace.
' "WARM ENOUGH FOR YOU?" asks Bruce Black, young son
'? of Dr. and MrS.ANoil F. Black-of Portland street, as he suns '
himself on tho lawn. "Cus" is playing "dead dog" to the
utter delight of young Bruce.
LEMONADE TIME at the Henry Perkins house on Pacific
Torraco. Florence Ann Perkins, their daughter (right), pours
';;:. for Donald and Shirley Johnston,' children of Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Johnston, and Bob Southwell, on tho bicycle, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Southwell. "Happy" is the dog.
SAND PILES AND SUN SUITS go together just like ice cream
and cake these warm dqys says Jamie Busch, young son of
Mr. and Mrs. James Busch of North Second street. Jomie is
giving "McCuffin" a drink from a conveniently filled wat
ering can.
All picture! by Rollo England of The Herald and Ncwi
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