Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, April 05, 1947, Page 7, Image 7

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    Australian Couple
Visits In Klamath
Mr. mid Mm. E, Gordon McDowell, In the United HtnU-a nn
on oducatlonul tour sponsored by Ihu Aunliulliin division of the
Seventh Day Advenllnt church, left Wednesday uflor a brief visit
In Klumulh Full and vicinity.
The Australian visitor were kui'kIs of Mr, unci Mm. Jen
Drown of Henley while lime and enjoyed Irl pit to Cniler Luko
mitloniil park and the l.sva Neds. They wero heurd over radio
Mtatlnn KFLW Hnndiiy innrnlnK on the Seventh Uiiy Adveutlsl
church hour when Mm. McDowell iciinii un EnulUh translation of
ii Muorl amm. Thl wu (lie
McDowell' flmt rndlo broad- i .11
After vlslllna educational In
slllutlon throughout the United
Mute, the McDowell will re
iimln In New York for 12 month
where ho will uttend C'olunihlii
university, comuletlnil work
towurd the rieiireo of doctor of
education. After flnlhlna thla
study coumc they will tour Enu
hind und Europe for three
months vinltlnu college and
i)U of learning, beor return
Inn lo their homo In Sydney,
A tint rlillu.
The McDowell hud ulreudy
vlnllrd through Arionu und
California butiire coming lo
Oruiinn. They left here for Win.
unpeg, Canada, stopping i
Portland unci Seattle cn route.
It waa August, 1 -, when thu
traveler left homo. They re
iiorled a rough crossing Ifotn
AiiNtrullu lo New Zealand und
smooth suiting 'rom there until
(hey docked In Hun Kmnelieo
a nip which look Ht day Includ
ing (top in wuy poru.
A reception honoring thrir
house glint wi given by tha
Hrown In their Henley homo
Saturday evening, which waa ut-
tended by XI guesi.
An Informal evening wa 1
spent with game and entcrtaliv
Thosn participating In the en
joyment and following refresh,
inunts were honor guests, Mr.
and Mr. McDowell, host Mr.
and Mr. Hrown and son Coop
er, who met the Australian
while he was in the service, Mr.
and Mr. P. C. Aldcrmm, Mr.
and Mm. llurold Jenks, Mr. and
Mr. Ituv Hrown, Mr. and Mm.
Walter Fotherlngham and Mr.
and Mr. R. Kinney.
Also Mm. l.ornine Lowe. Mr.
Erwln Snapp. Barbara. Ucryl
and Betty Lou Aldemon, Belle
and Norma Brown, Elourr Jenks,
Joyce Peteraon and '- mle
f"t iK Ceni ire
The Cub Scout of den 1, pack
18. enjoyed a welncr and marsh -
mallow roust and work in com -
pas reading on March 20 at the
home of the den mother. Mr.
Edwin Snider. Present were Eu
gene Krone, den chief, and John
Ely, Denn Reginnto. Alfred Re
glnato. David D'Ollvia. Billy
Snyder, and rub mother Ellru
Ely. Teggy Plunkctti Shirley
Ann Snider and Jerry Tunnell,
' 1
Shirley Ann Snider daughter
f Mr. and Mr. Edwin bidder 1
.f SR U'uihltiulnn tM.1fliraliw1 1
her 12th birthday with a party 1
given ai ner nume on aunany,
March -30. A blue and white
birthday cake centered the table
and yellow daffodil added to
the theme. Shirley Ann opened
the lovelv gift which she re
ceived, after which luncheon
wa served to Joanelto VrandeJ
key, Bonnie Fiella, Theresa
Brunner. Peggy Plunkett, Kath
leen Currier. Cecille Vanden
berg. Phyllis F.I III. John Ely and
Billy Snider.
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MR. AND MRS. E. G. McDOWELL, visitors from Australia
touring the United States, point, out their native land on the
y Guderjan.
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Contributes Tc
Building Fund
TULrXAKK The guild of the
Tuleliiko Conimunlty Presbyter.
Inn church, meeting Wednos
diiy. voted lo contribute $300
to the bulldlnii fund for the new
church lo be built in the ncur
future mid mude plan for 1 no
,,.,,, tll( y,.,n-. Mrs, CJeruld Wll-
mi. newiv piecieu nmiiicni.
win In the chulr. Mr. Don Pot
ter wa In clungc of devotion.
The Guild will meet twice
monthly during the coming year,
the first Wednesday of the
month being a limine meeting
In home of the member und
the second on the Ihlrd Wednea
diiy. In the annex for n aoclal
and program session. Mm. Lton
Street hut: been appointed pro
gram chairman fur the yeur.
1 lie Guild I111 Kent a box month
ly to a war-devastated family
In rrnnce and a letter ol an
p. iciiillnn ha been received
from the mother in the family.
Letter coming from Franco
are slow in reaching destiua
,nllg thl letter assure con-
trlbutnr that donation are
reaching thoe for whom they
are intended.
Mr. A. E. Ryckmun and Mr.
Don Webster have both adopted
children in Holland and word
ha readied thorn also that what
i being done is deeply appre
ciated. A program of l';ip dancing,
vocal mimhers by the mother
chorus and dramatic number
was presented. Mr. Edgar Os
borne was program chuirman.
An executive meeting and pot
luck preceded the business meet
ing Itev. and Mrs. Hugh Droit
son. Mr. Viola Nelson, Mr. D.
P. Held. Mr. Gerald Wilson and
Mr. A. E. Hyckinun will attend
! sessions of the l'resbyterlal of
i, Southwest Oregon convening in
Hoseburg next Tuesd-iy and
1 Wcdneaday. .
; .
; KeViewed
The Woman' Auxiliary of St.
Paul' Episcopal church met
Thumday afternoon at the home
of Mr. E. P. Livingston, at
which time Mrs. A. Bristow Hood
reviewed Srholcm Ach' book,
"East Hlver."
Following the program, tea
wa served with Mrs. Hood and
tm l..u UIbIII.wIa ..llin
t ,'h rtrcmy appointed table,
, . . 1 .
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Lavin of
3531 South 8th. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Mary Margaret, to William Kel
ler Miller of Washington. D. C ,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E.
Miller of Springfield, 111.
Miss Lnvln will graduate from
George Washington university
in Muy and the wedding will bo
in Klamath Falls some time in
Balcony at
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RECENTLY WED were Borboro Nyhort, doughter of Mr. ond
Mn. N. E. Nyhort, ond Poul Whitlotch, son of Mr. ond Mrs.
W. V. Whitlotch 6f Henley. Rites were solemnized in o cere
mony read ot the home of the bride's porents on Saturday,
Morch 22. Mr. ond Mrs. Whitlotch will moke their home, in
this city.
Apron Booth
An Interesting feature of the
annual pot-Ealor bridge party
Him lew 111 ut- Kiveii l'J Ll,tr
Guild of St. Paul's Episcopal
church Suturday, April 12. Wll
lard hotel, I the apron booth
In one corner of the big ball
room. Mr. Carey M. Ramsby is
chairman of this committee and
will be assisted by Mrs. Ralph
S. Hopkins, Mrs. Irving Dixon,
Mr. Carl Michelson and Mr.
D. V. Kuykendail.
Fluffy organdy pinafores for
the small fry,-aged two to five,
will probably attract the most
attention, but there are apron
for practical a well a tea
pur ly use and hand knit baby
IW-M-rvations for the affair
are being made and all women
I of the biuin are Issued a cordial
1 Invitation to attend. Those with
whom reservations may be made
arc Mrs. W. A. Barron. Mrs.
James Swansen, Mrs. Thomas
Radcliffe. Mrs. .Warren Bonnet,
Mrs. E. B. Gocckner, Mrs. Ir
ving Dixon, Mrs. Elsie Siemens
or Mrs. Dora Goddurd. Mrs.
Raymond Reeves, reservations
chairman, is out of lown but ex
pected home this next week.
Mrs. R. Henry Anderson is
general chairman of the annual
post-Easter party, and invites all
women not interested in play
ing cards, to drop in for tea at
4 o'clock. Cards are scheduled
for 1:30 o'clock sharp.
League Meeting
The Convert League of Cath
olic Daughters of America met
in the parish hall Monday eve
nlng. March 31, at 8 o'clock.
Mildred Smith. Convert leneno
Faihilr t p 1 25 .uJi
prayer. A very interesting talk
- H-1 lilt
was given bv L. L. Lamb, after
which a violin solo was given bv
Philip Clark, accompanied bv
his sister. Patsy. The Rev. Father
John Dclahunty spoke on the
Holy Week ceremonies in the
church, and Pat O'Leary sang
"My Message" and "O Cessate
dl Piagarml," accompanied by
Elaine Abbot. Rev. Casey con
ducted the question box.
Billie Walker was chairman
for the evening, assisted by Ann
Fiata. Mildred Smith. Winifred
Quinn and Florence Kacic.
Vacuum Cleaners
Lifetime Guarantee
Fret Demonstration -Telephone
Saturday Night 9 to 1
- "Music As You Like It"
Admliiion. 74c, Including Tax
Sponsored by Poit 1383, V.F.W.
Son Born
Friends of Capt. and Mrs. W.
K. Gallowoy, formerly of this
cjly nnd now of Vallejo, Calif.
will be haoijy lo learn that they
are parents of a son, who has
been named Charles Dwlght.
The Galloways have another
son. two-year-old Wayne Ken
neth Jr. Capt. Calloway is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Gal
loway of this city, who recently
returned from a visit with their
son and family. Copt. Galloway
is a pilot in the Pacific division
of the air transport command.
While in the south Mr. and
Mrs. Galloway also visited their
daughter and son-in-law. Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Stevens, of
Richmond, Calif.
I ANNOUNCED this week wos
the engagement of Mary Mar- j
goret Covin, doughter of Mr.
jnd Mrs. D. W. Lavin of this.
-ity. Miss Lovin will wed Wil
liam Keller Miller of Wash
ington, D. C, in late June.
-Plcose Read
"When Will You
Be Sued?"
Pag 21 in April S Isiue
Saturday Evening Post
Suggested by
Insurance Agency
Dial 6465 121 N. 8th
Salem Member Is
Club. Visitor
The monthly business meeting of the Klamath Fall Soroptl
mist club was held Thursday noon at the Pelican party room.
Alice Lamm waa welcomed home following an Interesting and
extensive vacation. Jessie Mae
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Kathleen Thompson urged lupport of the Community Chest
program, which will again be considered as a cumulative drive
this fall If ample Interest is shown.
Recognition of Mrs. Lee of Baker, recently chosen by Gov.
Sncll as the outstanding Oregon '
mother for 1947, was presented
hv Isahells Brlxnor. Mrs. Lee. a
Soroptimlst, is superintendent of
schools of Baker county, and the
mother of fpur boy, all of whom
crved In th last World War.
The club voted to undertake
us a nrolect a four year scholar
ship for numcs' training for some
denerving girl, to be cnosen Dy a
r . . .. .
committee appointed to maKe tne n faehlon," shown by La
selcctlen. ;Pointe's.
A report on the Easter sca! ! The election of officers was
drive now under way for funds i the most important feature of
for the National . Society for j the business meeting, presided
Crippled Children and Adults. lover by Mrs. William Milne,
was given by the chairman of The following officers were
the drive, Esther Lawler. elected for the year 1947-48: Bet-
She expressed appreciation for
the cooDeration and efforts ol
the Girl Scouts, Camp Fire Girls,
Boy Scouts and Pep Peppers,
who made the sales on the streets
last Saturday such a success. The
Saturday sales netted $514.83,
with hiah sales by a Peo Pepper
! who turned in $40. Miss LBWler
said the total contributions at
the last counting were $745, with
some sources still to be included.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee F. Thorndike 1 At thi! ci0Be of tne evening
of Great Falls, Mont., announce ; Mrs. Saunders sarved refreh
the engagement of their daugh-! ments to Phyllis White. Mrs. Ar-
ter, Marjorie Louise to Harold M.
Patterson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jamas Patterson of Klamath
Falls. No date has been an
nounced for the nuptials.
Miss Thorndike was graduated
from Great Falls schools and at
tended Washington State college
where she majored in physical
education. She later studied
physical therapy at Stanford uni
versity, and is now In charge of
the physical therapy department
of the Eugene general hospital,
Eugene. She is a member of Chi
Omega and FM Kappa rni soror
ities and Mortar Board.
Mr. Patterson, formerly of
Great Falls, attended schools
there, graduating from Klamath j8i Alturas, and later in the.
Union high school In Klamath , month, Cedarville and Fort Bid
Falls. He served in the army for ; wen. A number of members of '
two years and is now majoring i the Tulelake chapter expect to :
In civil engineering at Oregon ; visit Adin and Alturas with her. i
State college in Corvallis. He is j The Eastern Star Social club
affiliated with Sigma Phi Ed-i met Friday in the annex of the!
sllon fraternity. i Community Presbyterian church '
Llndley, of the Salem Soroptimlst
Mrs. Max A. Saunders enter
tained members of Kappa chap
ter, Beta Sigma Phi sorority, at
her home. 2911 Summers lane,
on Thursday evening, March 27.
The program for the evening
ieentered. on lhe rjlm "fantaiv
4 iic iji un am ii
;'y irKie, president; wrs van
Thome, vice president; Phyllis
White, recording secretary; Mrs.
Kay Kitzcl, corresponding secre
tary; and Mrs. Russell Brack
man, treasurer. The newly-elected
officers will be installed on
May 8.
Final plans were told for the
chapter's Easter breakfast to be
held at the Winema hotel at 9
o'clock, Easter morning. Mrs.
Lorn Dalcour is In charge of
arrangements and is assisted by
Mrs. Max Saunders and Bettv
thur Moore, Eleanora Weather
ford. Mrs. Russell Brackman.
Mrs. Don Dlvens, Mrs. John
Martin, Jackie McLellan, Be'tty
Zirkle. Mrs. Eldon Phair. Mrs.
Howard Pernell, Mrs. William
Milne, Mrs. James Crapo, Mrs.
Norman Moty, Mrs. Ray Kltrel.
Mrs. Lloyd Drew, Mrs. Howard
Listoe. Mrs. Lorn Dalcour and
Mrs. Van Thome.
Official Visits
TULELAKE Mrs. Ruth Boyd,
grand matron of the Order of
the Eastern Star for the fourth
district, will make four official
visits to chaDters of northern
California during April. On !
j Aoril 8 she will visit Adin. Auril !
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DAUGHTER AND SON of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Sehorn, 321 9
Cannon, are Solly Ann, five years old,, and young David,
three. Poternal grandparents are Mr. ond Mrs, J. F. Sehorn
of this city, ana maternal grandparents are F. S. Hendrick
and Mrs. O. L. White,- both of
with Mrs. Agnes Bronson and
Mrs. Ethel Scott, nor ses.
Plans were made to replenish
the treasury with an apron sale
next fall.
The chapter will replace the
annual Christmas party with a
box social.
For Modern
Chemical Pest Control Service
on Lawns . . . Trias . . . Flowers . . . Shrubs
Call Ed. Greene
Service includes weed removal, fertilisation, f rasa fjTebltia.
dust and weed control through fixing el dirt tariame. tbaly
spraying ei trees, shrubs and flowers. Phene us in
cluded in eur working list.
Rhythm Slips
Are Here Again!
The Rhythmese bias bond
at the waist is the very
special feature of every
Rhythm slip. It drapes the
bodice in flattering per
fection keeps the skirt
from twisting-makes you
swing along with a dan
cer's poise.
White or Pink
Plain or Lacy
Sizes 32 to 44
3.98 4.50 4.98
AfuanAY. A i (, un. tn inn
Oakland, California.
Margaret Wheeler
Phone 4034
120 N. 7th
Phono 45 19