Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, April 01, 1947, Page 14, Image 14

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Thursday Meeting
Features Reviews
The G. A. B. Birthday club met at the home of Mrs. Dixie
Bebbcr, 3540 South Sixth street, Thursday, March 27, at 7:30
p. m. There being no birthday for March, the only gifts ex
changed were St. Patrick's Day remembrances and cards.
An enjoyable evening was spent in book reviews, story telling
and sewing. Refreshments were served to Ora Gienger. Marie
Metier, Gladys Metier, Mildred
Potluck Dinner
The Royal Neighbors of Amer
ica served a potluck dinner to
about 45 members and guests
Friday in honor of members
whose birthdays were in Janu
ary, February and March. Anna
Shafer received the birthday gift.
Lola Myers and Connie Camp
bell were in charge of the ar
rangement and serving of the
Following dinner the lodge
held its regular meeting. Visit
ing members were introduced
and honored. Two of the guests
were from Billings, MoYit., and
are now making their home here !
and plan to transfer to the local
Three candidates were obli -
gated. Further plans for the
district convention which will be
held June 13, were made. Dur-
ing the meeting songs for the
convention were practiced.
Plana for an Easter egg hunt ;
Sunday, April 6, were made, to
be held at Moore park at
1 o'clock. All Royal Neighbor
juveniles are cordially invited to
attend. Persons wishing trans-
portation may phone 7613 or,Roy'wimer Mfs De.
Several sick Neighbors were
remembered and cards and flow
ers were sent to them. Inez Mc
Coy received the special award
for the evening. The fancy drill
team and officers practiced after
POE VALLEY Visitors of the
J. L. Benedicts have been Mr.
and Mrs. L. B. Blakely, their
cousins, from Wisconsin. They
arrived on March 28 and are
enjoying a lengthy trip through
out the country. They left Mon
day to return east by the north
ern route.
The Benedicts entertained for
their guests at dinner Sunday.
Others present were Bonnie Han
kins, Gene Chandler, Mr. and
Mrs. Oren Lewis, Don Lewis,
Lyle Smith, Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Moore, Mrs. L. I. Moore, Al Car
penter, Wally Fleet and Helen
Former Residents
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Pearson,
recently of Klamath Falls, have
returned to their former home
in Med ford where they will re
side. They entertained friends
and relatives at their home for ,
Sunday dinner last week in cele
bration of Mr. Pearson's birth- ,
day anniversary. Later in the :
day they motored to Grants
Pass to visit relatives.
For That
Crater Lake Dairy Products
at Your Grocer's or Phone 5101
Manufactured by
ILanger, Mrs. uiaciys Mini, irma
I Miller, Betty Hunter, Margaret
i Santo, Etta Plasker, Pat Patrick,
Lela Thurman, Rosalia Jones,
'and the hostess, Mrs. Dixie Beb
I ber. The only member not
present was Mrs. Lucille Hal
I vorsen, who is visiting with her
daughter and family in ictano.
The first meeting of the year
was held January 10 at the home
of Mrs. Etta Plasker, 712
Mitchell, honoring the birthdays
of Ora Gienger, Lela Thurman
and Gladys Hull.
The second meeting, honoring
the birthday of Mrs. Marie Met
ier was held on her birthday,
February 13, at the home of
Mrs. Mildred Langer, 2931 Bis
bee street.
jmenting Mrs. Thomas Fisher, a
stork shower was neia w eones
dav afternoon in the C. I. club
house, when the following local
women were hostesses, Mrs. Earl
Jackson, Mrs. Thomas O. Dyche,
and Mrs. Ord Pritchett.
Mrs. Fisher was the recipient
of many gifts, following which
ia very enjoyable social hour
! was enjoyed. w-Uh refreshments
! served by the three hostesses,
Attending the shower were the
! honor guest, Mrs. Fisher, Mrs.
I Raymond S. Loosley Mrs. J R.
Riehtmeier. Mrs. Ival Knox. Mrs.
Marvin Roeder, Mrs. Sarah
Stocum, Mrs. Ray Prowell. Mrs.
Elmer Zumbrun. Mrs. Henry
Orth. Mrs. Charles Noah. Mrs.
ton. Mrs. Arthur Nichols. Mrs.
Olive Denton, Mrs. Richard Nel
son. Mrs. Neil Pritchett. Mrs.
Nettie Bishop, Mrs. Wesley
Smith. Mrs. James Van Wormer.
Mrs. Vernon Johnson, and the
following from outside points,
Mrs. James W. Fisher of Klam
ath Falls, Mrs. Glenn Smith of
Mowich. Mrs. Roy Deffenbacher
and Mrs. Norman Wimer of
Chiloquin, and Mrs. R. E. Van
Wormer of Sand Creek.
TULELAKE. April 2 Colleen
Metz. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Claud Metz and a junior in high
school has been selected by the
faculty to attend girls' state to
be held in Sacramento in June.
She will be sponsored by the
auxiliary of Tulelake post, Amer
ican Legion. The award is based
on scholarship, character, citizen
ship and interest in government.
Alternates are Patsy Terry and
Shirley Heck. -
Six candidates were qualified
for the honor, it was announced
this week from Norman Esser,
high school principal.
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Made with full rips, fresh
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LITTLE VIRGINIA GALE HARRIS is the youngest of four generations in her fomily. The
little girl will be one year old on March 30. With her, left to right, ore Mrs. Pearl Of field
of Klamath Falls, her grandmother; Mrs. J. E. Harris of Bonanza, her mother, and Mrs. F,
J. Schmitz of Beatty, her great grandmother.
al shower was given at the par
ish hall on Thursday afternoon
honoring Mrs. Jim Spaulding.
Mrs. Spaulding was Edna Shel
ley before her marriage. She
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Shelley.
Hostesses for the affair were
Bessie Campbell, Bonnie Fern
lund and Cora Lcavitt. A so
cial afternoon followed the open
ing of gifts. An Easter theme
was carried out in the decora
tions. Other guests were Mary Shel
ley, Margie Fisher. Stella De
Bel, Edna Hood. Mary McAuliff.
Betty Strom. Esther Barclay.
Beulah Wilson. Nellie Barclav.
Peggy Harris. Thelma Pette
grew. Opal Harris, Madge Mon
roe, Ellen Shelley. Evelyn Seat
er. Miriam Potucek. Bea De
Vaul. Mildred Campbell and
Mrs. Burt Barclay.
Social Calendar
Frita). April
Sacrvd nnlaui. "Th Crucifixion. by
John Suiner. prtantad by senior choir
of Klamath Lutheran church. I p. m.
at the church.
Firtl luncheon meeting. Women of
Wtdnr.day, April
Stale conference, Orraon Daufhteri
of the American Revolution, In Medfard.
April . 10 and II.
Thur.d.j. April It
Community concert, Marina SveUova,
Pelican theatre
SamrSar. April 19
Pwl-Catter tea arranged by Guild ol
St. Paula Epucopal church, Wlllard
rrlaar. April It
Frei Cnmtnumtv concert. Bldu Saao
Christian Science lecture. Pelican
theatre. 13 noon. Robert S. Van Alia
will be. the apeaker.
Luncheon Date
Women of Reames Golf and
Country club will hold their first
luncheon meeting of the new
season at 12:30 Friday, at the
clubhouse. Any member who
has not made reservations may
do so by calling Mrs. Fred Farley,
telephone 4474.
Come pick your
pet Easter Bonnet
Honor Guest
MERRILL Pottery vases of
wild peach blossoms gave charm
and color to the home of Mrs.
W. B. Graham on Thursday,
March 27, at a 1 o'clock lunch
con whose honor guest was Mrs.
J. E. Whltlntch of Mnlin.
Mrs. Whitlatch has resided at
Security ranch, in the Shasta
View district for the past fivo
years and is moving to her new
home near Bonanza in the enrlv
part of April.
Invited were Mrs. John B. Mc
Cully and Mrs. Charles Hamil
ton of Malin, and Mrs. Noah
Nyhart of Klamath Falls.
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A sacred cantiitu, "The Cruci
fixion," b'y Sir John Slulner, will
be presented at Kliimuth Luth
eran church, Cross and Crescent
streets, on the evening of Good
Friday nl 8 o'clock, by the Klam
ath Lutheran senior choir, The
choir numbers IIB voices and is
under, the direction of O. K.
Warcup, with Mrs. A. 11, Denison
us accompanist.
The story of the crucifixion of
Jesus Christ Is told by recitatives,
solos and choruses. Soloists are
Jean Osteudorf, Mel Erlckson,
Erliug Mellby, C. W. Murdock,
Dewey llraiilcii, C. 11. Meyer,
Charles Dcnlsou. O. L. Solie and
Elmer Solie. The public is In
vited to attend.
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Merry Mixers
Eva Morcy of 240,1 While en
tertained the Merrv Mixers club
at her homo on Thursday eve
ning. Refreshments were served
to Helen Griffith. Hulh Law
rence, Ruth Anderson, Nellie
McCormlek. Alberta Allen. Elea
nor Hohinson, Eleanor Curtis,
Louise Cramblet and DIUIc Sni
der, and pinochle was played
during the evening. The next
meeting, Thursday of this week,
will take the form of a no-hostess
theatre party.
Noon to Midnight
Sundays 2 p. m. to 11 p. m.
For Legionnaires
and Guests
221 Main Next to Wlllard
Saturday Night
Surprise Night!
IIKP.AI II Num. Klamath Sail. Oie,
Surprise Affair
The Inline of Mm. Hubert Wood
Was tha scene of II delightful
surprise affair on Friday after
noon, when Mrs. Kverelt
Schroeder of Simtl Creek was
honored with a stork shower by
Mrs. Hubert Wood, Mrs, Glenn
Wood, Mrs. Hiiy Prowell and
Mrs. H. K. Van Wormer, the hit
ter also of Siind Creek.
Following the niienlng of gifts
by the guest ot Honor, rcirruiv
"And ffioM ore some) ffiingt my son brought howt
from rha Pacific.. ."
Yea, CurutnlidaUxi Frcighlwnya moving men
know how to Uko enro of things from Uio I'ucifio
and other fnr-off plnooa.
Thnt goca in rovcrao, too. We aond your good
anywhoro with our Froightliiuir l'ck-CriiUi-Shii
sorvico. We'ro doing it daily for families joining
their men in Euroo, Juinn nnd Pncifia inlands.
ConHolidnUd Krcightwaya Moving Van aervlt
also-in Oregon, VVaiilungton, Idnhoand Montana.
645 Broad
Wt. IHl) AT, April t, Hit. ?..
nients were served by the hos
tesses to Mrs. William Brewer,
Mrs. Sarah Slocum, .Mrs, Wit.
Hum A. Page, Mrs, Nellie Bish
op, Mrs. Hansford T. Williams,
Mrs. Raymond S, Loosley, Mrs.
Shi'i'iiinn Muhor, Mrs. Lswrenre
Itiilln, Mrs, James Van Wormer,
Mrs. Olive Denton, Mrs. Frank
Kdwurds, Mrs, Arthur Nichols,
Mrs, Hay Taylor, Mrs, Vernon
Winter of Chllotiuln, and the
hour guest, Mrs. Schroeder,
Phone 41S1