Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, May 17, 1947, Page 8, Image 8

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Bridal Shower Is
Wednesday Event
Ruth Durant, bride-elect of Robert H. Treleaee, was honored by
MarclH Lewis and Vera Durant at a miscellaneous bridal shower given
for her at tho pine panel room of the Elks club on Wednesday evening,
May 14.
Bowls of spring flowers decorated the room, and gifts were presented
on a lace covered table. A miniature freight train was usd as a center
piece with multicolored ribbon streamers attached from the train lo the
glfU.
After the gifts were opened, refreshments were served to the guest of
honor, Mrs. Ole Eneland, Mrs. Bob
Clieyne, Virginia snarp, Airs. Harry
W. Mathls. Mrs. Roy Gooding. Mrs.
W..E. Beck, Mrs. Ross Tromblee,
Mrs. Lee Dunne, Mrs. Karl Dehlln
gcr, Mrs. Jerry Short. Mrs. Sam
Konnie Jr., Mrs. Orval McFadyen,
Mrs. Alrtcn Sheridan, Helen Durant,
Mrs. Jack Hooks, Mrs. B. W. Short,
Mrs. Fred Beymer. Mrs. R. K.
Schouboe Jr., Mrs. R. K. Schouboe
Sr., Mrs. W. B. Grant, Mrs. Marion
Bhavjr and Hazel, Verda Heldland,
and the hostesses.
Sending gifts, but unable to at
tend were Mrs. C. J. Adams. Mrs.
Gene Durant, Mrs. Joe Bellotlt. Lu
cretla Evans, Mrs. George Deme
trakos, Mrs J, A. Johnson and Mrs.
Alfred Cottlngham. .
Potluck Dinner
nermri AUpleaate unrip, 25. and
auxiliary number 14. met at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Sim
mons of 1414 East Main on May 10.
A potluck dinner was .served by the
auxiliary. Tables were decorated
with bouquets of lilacs and bowls of
tulips.
Twenty members and guests were
present. Among special guests were
Fred W. Humphreys, deputy com
mander of Oregon city; F. M. Rich
Sr., vice commander: Alfred L. Har
rlman. deputy Inspector; Otto
Hechre. deputy patriotic instructor,
and Mrs. Zldonia W. Quick, deputy
president.
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Methodist Circles
Hold Meetings
Thursday, May I, the four circles of the Woman's Society of Christian :
Service of the First Methodist church met at 1 :30 for dessert and business ;
meetings. Ruth circle met with Mrs. J. L. Dean of 639 High. Mrs. J. C. j
Hunt, chairman, presided over the business session. Fourteen were present. 1
Mrs. J. R. McLellan, secretary of the circle. Is moving to Great Falls. 1
Mont., after thti close of school and the group presented her with a gift.
Mrs. Wesley McNee will fill her place as secretary for the rest of the term.
Mary circle was entertained at the home of Mrs. W. T. Withrow of
227 Jefferson, and she conducted the business meeting with Mrs. Noble
leading the devotions. Miriam
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Smyth spoke upon settlement cen
ters in this country. Martha circle
met at the home of Mrs. G. W.
Gilcrist of 315 Grant with Mrs. A.
W. Cowman assisting, and 11 mem
bers and one visitor. Mrs. Hamaker.
attended. Mrs. Mark Taylor was in
charge of devotions and of the
business meeting, and Mrs. Stanley
Bechtle and Mrs. Holt spoke upon
child guidance problems in a very
interesting manner.
Esther circle met In the church
parlors with Mrs. John Riach and
Mrs. C. H. Kelley. hostesses.
Eighteen members attended. Mrs.
Riach led the devotional service,
and Mrs. O. R. Holloway presided
over the business meeting. A gift
was presented to Mrs. William
Wales from the group. Mrs. Hollo
wav will be the hostess in June and
she will be assisted by Mrs. Sara
O'Connor. j
During the summer months the i
meetings will be more of a social j
order, and several picnics have been
planned for the different circles.
KENO Mrs. Frank Strobe rg and
Mrs. L. E. Lummus were hostesses
at a 6 o'clock birthday dinner given
In honor of their husbands on Sun
day. April 27.
About 20 men friends of the
guests of honor enjoyed the chicken
dinner, which had been prepared
for the occasion. After eating, the
many gifts presented to Stroberg
and Lummus were opened.
A social time occupied the re
mainder of the evening.
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WEDDING BELLS will ring in
late June for Violet Chinn,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Chinn of this city. She will wed
Ewell J. Richord of New Or
leans, Lo.
Miller'a
Orchids By Air Mall . . , Starry-eyed was Mrs. Emll Albrecht when
she showed us the lei of little orchids air mailed from daughter Merlon
in Honolulu for Mother's Day. The lei Is quit beyond description and
came in fine condition, air mailed late Friday out of Hawaii, coming by
Ctlp:er over the Pacific, and arriving here Sunday. Shades of Capt. Cookl
The box in which the lei was packed, deep in dampened batting, was
rich crimson lettered in gold. Merlon Is on vacation In the Wands from
her interesting Job with Otis McAllister. Importers and exporters. In San
Francisco.
Housewarming Held
At Sprinq Lake
pnng
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crapo of the Spring Lake district were honored
with a house warming at their new home recently. Invited were Mr. and
Mrs. Art Schriener. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Fitzgerald. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Harnsbuger, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larson,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hathaway.
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin White. Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson. Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Tripplett. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Woody, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Schriener,
Mr. and Mrs. Fern Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Green
and children.
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Lowe. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Green, Mr. and Mrs.
Dick Derrv. Mr. and Mrs. David
McComb. William Chevne. Mr. and . . .
Mrs I elnnri chevne. Mr. mid Mrs. Crapo. Mildred Peterson. Noah
Jerrv Brandiskv. Mr. and Mrs. Bry- i Harmon and June Roqut more.
School Broadcast
Slated At KUHS
The division of radio speech of Klamath Union high school will pre
sent lis annual Pellcnna all-school broadcast Wednesday, May 31, nt 7:110
In the KUHS auditorium over station KFI.W.
PAi'ilrtpnma will be Cleoino Orrell, Pelican; Juck Ayres. Kalrvlew;
vocal octet, Riverside, whose members nro Eleanor Ward, Pallida Jiiini'hko,
J-n l) 'nlove, Omul li'hils vdim Mai Henves, KIIko Nllschelm Don
ald Kelly mid Dnvld French: Jean Adams. Roosevelt; Richard Tracy,
Mills; Ellen O'Keele and Harriet Lavciitk, Sacred Heart academy;
iheresla Horgcn. Conger; George
IlkBAI D NKW,
HUm.lh Ots. HATUMIIAY, M. H.'llH. Nil HM
Mr. and Mrs, Earl Chinn of John
son street announce the betrothal
of their daughter, Violet Jean, lo
Kwell J, Richard of New Orleans,,,
L"i'he riles will bo read at the Flril '
Prrnbylerliui rhurvlt lain ill June.
ENGAGED is Doris Leovitr,
daughter of Mr. ond Mrs. Les
ter Leavitt of Langell Valley.
She will become the bride of
Roy A. Hodges of Bonanza,
son of Mr. and Mrs.- William
Hodges of Merrill. The wed
dihg will be in late summer.
All-Day Meeting
LANGELL VALLEY The Relief,
society met at the home of Mrs. j
Casey Jones of Dairy, on Tuesday.
It was an all-day meeting with a
potluck luncheon at noon.
Sewing was done during the af
ternoon. Those present were Vesta '
Boggs. Aurora Eager and daugh-
ters. Kay House and daughter, Nel- i
lie Simmons and son, Thelma Jones i
and son, Mrs. Ray Hicks, and Cora
Leavitt.
Mrs. Marvin K. 'Lucas entertained
: Wednesday evening for members of
( her bridge club at the Lucas home ;
j on Pacific Terrace. Dinner was
I served at half past seven o'clock
and honors in cards later went to
Mrs. David R. Vandenberg, second ;
to Mrs. George Clark and low to
Mrs. Dick Reeder.
ant Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Williams. Mr and Mrs. Emil Schle- ,
sel. Bob Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. ;
Calvin Noble.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hoffman. Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley Kendall. Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Mack. Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Strader. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Far
rell. Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Smith, Mr.
and Mrs. Jackw Cascbeer. Mr. and
Mrs. Clayton Young, Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Dingier.
Miss Noble. Leon SUpplch. Ella
Noble. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Balin. Mr.
and Mrs. Glen Sechler. Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Crapo. Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Debitie. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo
Epps. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Trapp, Or
ville Smythe, Mr. and Mrs. James
Flowers. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Har
din, Mr. and Mrs. Shag Jackson.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bunnell.
Mr. and Mrs. George Lamb. Mr.
and Mrs. Chappy Chapman, Mr.
and Mrs. Ted Albert, Mrs. Ray
Jones. Don Jones. Mike Hunt. Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Wayak and daugh
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Wes Harsey. Mr.
and Mrs. Art Larson. Mr. and Mrs.
Dale Baxter. Sue Mikolas. Mrs. Syl
via McClelland, Mr. and Mrs. James
Dancing was enloved until a late
hour when refreshments were
served.
Vlahos, Fremont grade school
Athens Lampmpulos, Fremont Jun
ior high: vocal octet. Shtuita, com
prised of Jewell Shannon, Mary
Gates, Maureen Lyon. Isauhlne Jen
nlngs Rhonda Lombla. Jov Lyon,
Dixie West and Dolores nervals.
Belle Doris Russell and Rosemary
Blgble are the all-school broadcast
editors. Chuck Woodhouse Is di
rector of RASP activities.
There will be a full hour of enter
tainment, half of which will go on
the air over KPLW at 7:.10 p. in. lo
which the public Is rordlellv Invited.
There Is no admission charge.
Candidate
The Royal Neighbors of America,
met In the KC hall Frlclav for a
regular meeting. One candidate,
Mrs. Frances Padgett, was obli
gated. Several points of business
regarding the convention were dis
cussed.
The special award of ihe day
went to Chloe Pride. After the busi
ness session, a short Mother's Uuy
program was presented. Corsages
were given to the oldest and young
est mothers present. Mrs. Anivi
Bewre and Delelse Slaymaker. ,
Mrs. Jones and Lucille Heifer,
accompanied bv Kathryn Smith,
sang "Mother," and Mrs. Smith
plaved a piano selection. Mildred
Markev. Frances Klllian. Ilia Simp
son and Inei McCoy, with Lola
Myers accompanying, sang two
numbers.
Ilia 8lmpson and her committee
nerved refreshments In the dining
loom. Later the drill team prac- ,
tlced, and members are reminded to
watch for notice of another prac- ;
tlce. since time for the convention Is
di awing short. Tne nexi regumr
lodge meeting will be on Friday, i
May 23, in the KC hall. i
Initiation ,
Women of the Moose will hold
a regular meeting Tuesday. May 20. ;
at S o'clock in the lodge hall. Since ,
there will be Initiation of candidates,
all offlcert, escorts and committee
chairmen are requested to wear
formals.
Prior to the session, at 7:30. there
will be a practice of escorts. All
members are requested to bring
donations of children's clothing.
Members are urged to attend since
officer candidates will be nomlnat-
ied.
Enaaaed
LANOKl.L VAI.LKY Mr. anil
Mi . Lester Leavitt of Lauuell vat
ic,' announce the engagement of
their daughter, Doris, to Roy A.
Hodges o lionansa, son of Mr. ami
Mrs. William llodnes of Merrill.
Doris is a memlier of the IH47
graduating class of lloimnrji high
school. Mr. Hodges is a graduate
of Tulelake high school.
The wedding will be an event of
late summer.
BABEE-TENDA
Tho Safety Chair for Baby! '
BABEE-TENDA Coiti no moro than hl-chair.
BABEE-TENDA Tokos Ion room!
BABEE-TENDA Can bo mod long after hl-cholr days.
BABEE-TENDA Sold on 10 Day Froo Trial; monoy ro
.fundod If not lotiifactory.
Call Mr, Burton for a homo demonstration.
Wlllard Hotol.
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Best Wishes
to the
Latter Day Saints
General Electric
Heating Plant
and
Plumbing
by
THE STARR CO.
2175 S. 6th St. Phone 4716
PARK VIEW
Convalescent Home
Formerly of Ashland)
Mfl West Mala Street
Med ford, Oregon Paooe i9M
3 4-Hour Service
Registered Kurte in Charge
Latter Day Saints
Greetings
and
Best Wishes
from
HOME SUPPLY CO.
2324 South 6th St,
Phone 3146
Congratulations ...Latter Day Saints
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' ... on your beautiful new chapel!
We are happy in having a part in its building , , . furnishing sheet
metal work . , . and especially proud of the spectacular COPPER
COVERED TOWER.
PADE and TITTLE
SHEET METAL WORKS
-231 South 11th St Phone 3316-
JESUS NAME
TABERNACLE
1442 Oregon Ave,
NuiiiUy Ni'hool , ., .. , o , .
Devotional Nervlre 11 A. M.
Kvenini Service 7:14 I. M.
Meilneailay Praver and
Hlble Mtml.r 7:45
Kay niiiteth. Patur
Phone 7W6
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Pilgrim Holiness
Church
Wantland it Division
S.rvtc.ii
Sunday School t:4S A.M.
Worthip MjOO A.M.
Evang.llitlc 7i30 P.M.
Prayer Meeting
Wednesday .... 7.30 P.M.
H. SHEHMAN MOORE.
Mlnliter
23J5 Eb.rl.ln Phon. 3453
EMEMDER that a sntall amount de
posited every week, plus regular
earnings, comes to a worthwhile sum
al Ihe end of the yeor. No matter what you
can save, make certain .you save regularly.
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS
ASSOCIATION
S40 MAIN ITREIT -;
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
NORTH 8TH AND WASHINGTON STRUTS
11 A. M.
'Ye Are My
Witnesses"
9:45 A.M. Sunday
School for All Agei.
Nunery Provided.
11:00 A. M Morning
Worthip.
6:45 P. M. Training
Union. t
8:00 P.M. Evening
Worihip.
8 P.M.
'The Hidden
Treasure"
The Paitor will reiumt
the itrlei of menage on
"The Parables of the
Kingdom" at the Sunday
night lervice.
Pottor, C. C. BROWN
Returned from St. Louit Thursday and
will fill the pulpit Sunday.
WELCOME TO THE CHURCH OF FRIENDLINESS AND FELLOWSHIP
"The Mystery Of
BIRTH'7
SUNDAY
Mr, and Mr. John K. narnea
7:30 P. M.
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RUSSIA and the 3rd World War"
MASS MEETING
SUNDAY AFTERNOON 2:30 P. M.
SUNDAY MORNING
Radio KFLW, 8:45 to 9:15 Sermons in Song and
"Calvary Echoes."
Sunday School, 10 A. M. Classes for all ages.
1 1 A. M. "A Scene In An Eagle's Nest" (Barnes speaks).
Young people's service at 6:30 P. M.
Tues. "The Beast With Ten Horns" (illustrated).
Wed."Ha nging The Earth On Nothing."
Thurs. "Death In A Welch Coal Mine."
Fri. "An Adventure With Buffaloes."
Assembly of God Church
i
8lh and Oak