Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, June 07, 1947, Page 5, Image 5

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    Visitor Feted Thursday
Mri. James McClure (ltd Mn. Pmncli R. Old! entertained o
Thursday fur noon at tin Olds horn on South Riverside for tin
pleasure of Mri. Charles LoomU of Sun Diego.
Mra. LoomU ! vUltlng In Klamath Falls with her ton and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mn. Cordon LoomU. A number of long
time friends of Un honor guest were Invited. Mn. LoomU It a
former resident of thti city.
Invited to ireet Mm. LoomU were Mn. Arthur Wilson, Mm
Marlon Hanks. Mr. W. 8. Blouih, Mra. W. P. McMillan. Mra.
R. E. Wattenburg, Mra. Roa McCornack, Mri. C, T. O'Loughlln,
Mn. J. Fred Ootller, Mn, Haiti Calkltu, Mri. Andrew Collier,
Mra, aUIUs Ambro, Mra. Otorga Hum and Mn. Gordon LoomU.
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KUHS
Always o highlight of commencement exercises Is the an
nouncement of ' the graduate! receiving special honor for
work done during school yoars. On this page are pictured 10
outstanding members of the Klamath Union high school
graduating class of '47.
Each received honors In his own field, and in most coses,
the names of award winners were a close-guarded secret until
commencement, Wednesday evening.
Leaders of their class scholostically are Joonne Bennet,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bennet, who is valedictor
ian, and Ruth Landry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Landry,
salutatorian. In addition, Miss Bennet received a coveted
Soven-Collcge conference national scholarship to Vossor col
loge, as well os being named outstanding student in mathe
matics and English,
Miss Landry received the good citizenship pin from, the
Daughters of the American Revolution ond the departmental
award for her work In foreign languages,
: The faculty trophies, given eoch year to the outstanding
boy and girl graduates were awarded to Mary O'Brien, daugh
oming Rites
An event of Sunday. June IS, will
be the wrddlna of Penny Keating,
daughter of Mr. and Mra. Jack
Keating of Klnnmth Full, to Rich
ard W. Robliuon of Palo Alto.
Friends have received Invitation to
the nuptlaJi which wlU be read by
the Rev. Frederick C. Wluenbach
at 2 o'clock at 8t. Paul's EpUcopal
church.
The young couple met at Stanford
university where both attended
school. Recently, Miss Healing has
been supervisor of a Juvenile Dome
In San Jose. She attended the Uni
versity of Oregon and Is a gradu
ate ol Stanford.
Mr. Robinson served In the air
corps and upon his discharge re
turned to continue studies at Stan
ford, where he Is now enrolled.
Week-End Visit
Ted Reeves, son of Mr. and Mrs.
T. H. Reeves, arrived home Thurs
day evening from the University of
Oregon at Eugene, bringing with
him Bob Hnllsobo, a student at Uie
university whose home Is In Eureka,
Calif., and Johnnie Campbell, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Campbell,
former Klamath Falls residents now
living In Snlem.
Jim Myers, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Oeorge Myers had as his house guest
over Uie week-end, Boyd Dautoff of
Portland. All are students at the
unlvernliy and live In French hall on
the campus. They returned Sunday
evening. .
Seniors
SOCIETY
. By Edna Killmeyer
Klamath Matrons
Plan Lonq Trips
Two well known young Klamath matrons. Mrs. Jack Napier and
small daughter, Janet Nell, and Mrs. Embert Fossum with daughter.
Janet Martha, are completing plans for the next two yean which they
will spend in the Orient.
. Ruth and Janet sailed Wednesday morning from San Francisco on
the Welgall for Seoul, Korea, where they will Join Major Fossum, sta
tioned at Seoul with the United States army. Ruth was terribly busy
the few days she was here last week, buying clothes and other necessi
ties needed by her family for the full two-year stay. Ruth and Janet
Martha were here from Tuesday until Friday morning with Mrs. John
Fossum of 303 Pine street and left for San Francisco to complete details
of their sailing. They have been In Denver during war years and since
Major Fossum went overseas.
Mra. Napier and 19-month-old Janet Nell will leave sometime in
August to Join MaJ. Jack P. Napier, stationed In Tokyo where he is
chief of the public service qualifications division. About this business of
packing enough clothing to last two years . . . Mrs. Napier has come
up against Uie problem of Just how many pairs of shoes are necessary
for 24 whole months!
For some time Mrs. Napier has been In Salem with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McAllister, and has been here the past several
days taking care of those many last-minute details of her trip. Sha baa
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ter of Mr, and Mrs. A. W, O'Brien, and to Ben Larson, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver B, Larson. Miss O'Brien was selected
to receive the American Association of University Women
annual scholarship to apply to any institution of higher learn
Ing, and Is the recipient of the Oregon State college scholar
ship. Mr, Lorson received the industrial arts departmental
aword.
Others who placed prominently in scholarship owards and
other honors are Joe Zarosinski, the Kiwanis cup for leader
ship in athletics and an athletic scholarship to St. Mary's
col lego; Katharine Newman, the Soroptimis' scholarship for
three years of nurse's training in a school of her own choice;
Betty Clidden, the DAR homemaker's pin and the depart
mental home economics certificate; Andrew Bergloff, East
ern Oregon College of Education art scholarship from the
Oregon Congress of Porents and Teachers; Margaret Bullard,
tuition scholarship to Reed college; and Robert Mocabee,
Junior chomber of commerce award for athletic skill ond
general value to his school.
Honors
Club Speaker
In one of the most enjoyable talks
of the club year. Mrs. O. A. Krause
spoke on flower arranging to the
Klamath Falls Garden club Monday
afternoon.
Two new members were received,
Mra. Wesley McNee and Mrs. Bruce
Binkley.
Officers elected for the ensuing;
club year are Mrs. George Grizzle,
president; Mra. H. S. Stone, vice
president: Mrs. Will Wood, second
vice president; Mrs. T. L. Goodwin,
secretary-treasurer, and Mrs. A. G.
Proctor, Mrs. H. E. Gets, Mrs. Hugh
O'Connor, directors. Appointed to
committees were Mrs. H. E. Gelst,
calling, and Mrs. Leo N. Huls, pub
licity. .
Mrs. Will Wood, upon completion
of two very successful years as presi
dent, presented her officers with
small china gifts, and to each mem
ber she gave a small token.
On Tuesday. June 24. Mrs'. Hugh
O'Connor and the Lost River Garden
club will be hostesses to the Klam
ath Falls group at the O'Connor
home.
At the close of the meeting Mrs.
Wood served refreshments.
Invitations
Friends have received Invitations
to the wedding of Mildred Elaine
Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs,
Edgar L. Williams of Addison street,
to Larry Kent Mtlltgan of Corvallls.
The nuptials will be read by tha
Rev. Victor Phillips at the First
Methodist church at 2:30 Sunday
afternoon, June 22.
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Tea Is Event Of Tuesday
Lovely flowers from the Hunt garden decked the living room
and tea table Friday afternoon when Mrs. Warren Coe Hunt in
vited guests to tea at her home. 847 Pacific Terrace, to present
her new daughter-in-law, Corrlne, bride of Dr. Calvin Lawson
Hunt.
Tea hours were from 3 to ( o'clock. Constance June Hunt
greeted guests at the door and assisting about the rooms vera
Mn. Robert Hunt, Mrs. George A. Myers. Mrs. Donald Hunt, Mn.
Frederick Ehlera. Mrs. George Flitcraft, Mn. J. Calvin Hunt and v
Miss Lois Bethune. J
Pouring at the table were Mrs. Carleton W. Hornlbrook an
Mrs. Robert Parcher Elllngson Jr. A bowl of yellow rosebuds erf...
tered the table. About the rooms were arranarementa n( irla ak
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