Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, April 01, 1947, Page 15, Image 15

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Spring Concert Is
Featured Friday
HENLEY Students i( tlio
music department uf Henley
I mult ncliooi were presented in a
' sprtnu concert Kriduy owning
In (hu liluli school vymmisiuin
) In a liiritu audience. Apitfiirlnu
! were Ilia bund, -member uf Ihu
j itlrl' Hluu club, choruses uf tbu
I junior uml nuniur mu" cnnoi
t Him lYIIUiril'U JUIBHIIU, vuvuai.
! Humid Muwe directed Uiu
! biiiul, Kslher l'uync tho choral
: uroups, mid the ueeoutpanlst
, were Mary Louise Knniun mid
Uonnii lJIxiin. L'arrul Howe In
prlnclpul,
Mm. l'uync and Mr. Howe,
, were presented gift from Ilia
I Entertained
i ...
1 l.AINL.M.L, VAI.l.tI ".
i l.lnyd (.ilft entertained ul a 1
o'clock luncheon ul bcr home on
Tiicsiluy, March 25, HprltiK flow-
! i i h were alli'iictlvcly at'iuiiKud
abntit the room.
following luncheon bridge
win played. Theresa Trare re
ceived high award, Vlvlun Kul
JU vmt. M'eond, and Madgo Mini
iAt. traveling.
Other lineal Included Nnnlc
People, Hazel Morrlnon. Mary
l.cllv. Viola Dearborn, Nellie
Wulck, lleiwli. Kruzler, Chrliillne
llrown, Hetty I'epple, Noma
lli-chdnldl, Margaret Burnett and
Mary Dearborn.
During the afternoon Hcwie
Fra.ler wan urpi'ii-d with a
handkerchief iiliower. Mr. and
Mm. Frailer are having on on
: an extended trip through the.
rant.
Pinochle Party
I.AN'GELL VALLEY Mr. in. .
Mm. Letter Leavltl entertained
with a pluochlp party at their
homo on March 22. Mm. Jen
William received the women'
prize and traveling award. Hill
llechdoldl held high among the
men. A Spanish supper wan
nerved at midnight to Mr. and
Mm. F. W. Drown, Mr. and Mm.
Jena William, Mr. and Mm.
Harry Kranlcr, Mr. and Mm. Hill
Hechdoldt, Mm. Owsn Pepplc
and Mm. L. W, Monroe,
Five Years Old
Young Don TerwIIHuer. tun of
Mr. and Mm. W. L. Terwltliger,
relebrated Ilia fifth birthday on
Wednesday. March S, with a
parly at hi home. 120 1 N. 8th
atrcct. A yellow and white taster
them formed the letting for the
parly. i
Don' guest were Sharon I.ce
Dewing, Ann Kuykendall. Mar-
t'la and Jimmy Wilson. Itobert
nderaon, Garry Koherlaon Jr.
and Dick and Carol Jean Terr;
willlger.
music aludeula In aipreclatlon
of their work and Interest.
The program folluwa:
March Our Director ... blgclow
Selecllon Klnlaudla ... Slbcllu
Overture Itegal Johnson
Novelty Tho Hoe Down
Pop Cioca the Weaacl
Arraiiguincnt by Voder
Diuid
Tho Pais trumpet goto
Bernard
Maurice Iloaano
The Mariner' Star .
Spanish-American Folk Song
Weave Her a Garland
Beethoven
Peace SI letter
May Day Carol
dullish Folk Song
Junior (Jhoru
Prayer Perfect Stenaon
Lullaby Cain
Song of Love
. . Donuelly-ltombers
Girls' Double Trio
0 Solo Mlo, vocal aolo, Dl Capua
Maurice Huaano
Let There He Song Klcmin
In Hllenl Night.
Suablan Folk-Song
Popcorn Man .
Hudson, Klein, Llvlugaton
Kaater Parado . Berlin
Girl' Glee Club
Only Make Believe Kern
I've Told Every Little Star
Kern
Say Gond-by Beethoven
Alma Mater llohnian-Lialc
Mixed Choru
Pmccvilonal March Triumph
al, from Alda ,, Verdi
Selection Klve Dance, , from
Nutcracker Suite
TchlackowJy
God Uteu America iWlln
Band
Three R Club
Jeata Kaylor entertained the
i Three-It club Tut-iday witn a
delicious luncheon. Twenty
member and three Kiieata were
'present. Mr. Chloe Pride. Mm.
i Watson and Mm. Savllla Dixon
(were gueala. with Mm. Pride
'later becoming a member.
Caret were played with high
core going to Kiln Bortla, cc
ond tn Ada Harleen and apodal
to Greta Schwelger. The next
meeting will be held with Mm.
Lola nfycr. (117 Walnut. i"-il 8.
Contract Club
Enlartalnad
Bertha Hewitt entertained the
Thuraday Contract club al her ,
home. 2223 Darrow, on March i
nt I..- ,t .... .j i l
., UVHVI I Mill, IIIIUI, IUU
line Schupp held hiuh ncore,
Clara Slaiidlsh, aecond, and Bet
ty Wood received the (peclal
award. Idollne Schupp of 330
North Tenth will be the hoteiu
on April 10.
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MEETING FOR DINNER AND INITIATION were members of Epsilon Sigma Alpha, business
group, losf Thursday. Seated, left to right, ore Vesta Brackman, Carolyn Avery, Rosalie
Stauffer, Eleanora Weathcrford. Standing, left to right, are Janice Bilyeu, Rosie Oss, Gloria
Olson, Lois Coda and Ida OeWitt.
Gudcrian.
Home Extension LTnit iVews
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Friendly Circle
The Friendly circle met at the
home of Nettle Good, MH8 Den
ver, on Thuraday, March 27.
Luncheon wo a aerved to 1 1 mem
ber. During the afternoon ev
eral baby tiiiriiicnta for the Red
Croa were completed. It wa de
cided to make a contribution to
the Easier aale of acal for crip
pled children, and it waa report
ed that for the present the circle
would not aponaor a girl scout
troop. The next meeting, April
10, will lie at the home of Nona
Hall of 015 East Main.
Hanlay j
The Henley extension unit met j
at the home of Mrs. Howard
Jackson Thursday, March 20,
with IB present. The subject,
"Good Taate at the Dining Ta
ble," wa demonstrated by Mm.
Grav Brannon and Mm. Don
Johnaon.
Mm. Charle DcLap and Mr.
Albert Keady presented the
flower arraniicmcnt.
The next meetine will be' at
the home of Mrs. Gray Brannan j
and Mm. Wiunifred K. GillcnJ
will demonstrate, "Clean A
You Go."
Midland
The Midland home extension
unit met at the home of Mm.
August Andrleu on Friday,
March 28, at 1:30 p. m. with a
good attendance. Tlie subject of
the demonstration was. "Good
Taste at the Dining Table," with
Mm. Ernest Mllanl and Mrs. ,
I.rroy Houck demonstrating.
Many helpful suggestions were
presented on correct table et- j
ting, also selecting good glass-'
ware and china when buying.
Following the demonstration the
business meeting was culled with
member answering roll call by
naming her favorite flower. Re
port wcre'madc bv the standing
committees, also by members
who have correspondent in
Europe.
A nominating committee was
selected by the chairman. Mrs.
Sutton, including Mrs. Ernest
Mllanl. Mrs. Leon Andrieu, and
Mrs. 11. C. Millitian. They are
to nominate the officers for next
year. Pictures of the demon
strator were taken t. put in the
unit's album for the activities of
the year.
At the close of the meeting
the hostess served refreshments
to Mm.1 Lee Sutton. Mrs. Ernest
Mllanl, Mrs. George Andrieu,
Mrs. Oscar DcNcaull. Mrs. Regis
Andrieu, Mrs. Fred Milani, Mrs.
A. W. Schmeck. Mrs. H. C. Mil
lixan, Mrs. Ralph Keller, Mrs.
Leon Andrieu. Mm. LcRoy
Houck, Mr. Lylc Heckman, Mrs.
Pessimism Proves
Wrong, Bill Beaten
SALEM, April 2 if) Rep. C
L. Lieuallen, Pendleton, wasn't
optimistic when he told the
nousc yesteraay wny ne tnougnt
a bill should be defeated.
He said:
"We have no more chance of
beating this bill than to beat a
porcupine to death with a rub
ber balloon."
Then, after a hearty laugh, the
house defeated the measure,
which would have provided for
an interim committee to study
the healing art.
Butter consumption in 1946 is
estimated at 10.5 pounds per
capita, actual weight.
John Lemlre. Mrs. V. L. Huff
and the hostess, Mrs. August
Andrieu.
Installation
At Elks Set
ForThursday
Charles Scavcy will assume
hi duties a exalted ruler of
Klamath Fails lodge. No. 1247,
B. P. O. Elka, at installation cer
emonies to be held at the lodge
Thursday night. A large crowd
of Elk in expected to sec Seavey
and other officers installed, and
the business session will be fol
lowed by lunch and refresh
ment. Malcolm Epley, past district
deputy of Oregon South, who
will be In charge of installing of
the officer, today announced
the list of past exalted rulers
who will function as grand lodge
officers in the installation cere
monies. Here they are:
Grand exalted ruler. Malcolm
Epley: grand leading knight. E.
B. Hall: grand loyal knight, Dr.
Paul Sharp; grand lecturing
knight, L. Orth Slsemorc; grand
esquire, C. P. Van Dorcn; grand
chaplain; J. P. Linman; grand
trustee, Robert A. Thompson;
grand organist, Elbert Vcatch;
grand treasurer, Burge W. Ma
son; grand inner guard, Ray Ru
gcr; grand tiler, Oliver Spiker;
grand secretary, Frank Peyton.
The new officers of the lodge
are:
Charles Scavcy, exalted ruler;
liriAl.n Ntnl. KUiaalk fain, Ora, WEUNtaDAT. Aarll t, HIT. ,
E, Mullls, leading knight; Jack
Brandon, loyal knight, John
Schubert, lecturing knight;
Lloyd Goblc, Lester Offield and
Lawrence Slater, trustee; G. W.
Houston, secretary; Estin Klger,
treasurer; Fred Glover, tiler.
Seavey will announce appointive
officer at the ceremony.
Willard Ward i outgoing ex
alted ruler of the Elks lodge.
Vermouth has a base of white
wine, fortified with alcohol and
then aged for a year or more in
wooden casks.
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wa riding collided with a city
bus. Police reported hi death
wa the 2Uth traffic fatality here
this year.
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