Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, June 18, 1947, Page 8, Image 8

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.Friendship Camp Is '
Convention Host
with Lucille Heifer, dlitrict oracle, prealdlng.
Honor tu",t. were State Supervisor Mae E. Logan, of Portland
and EU. Walker, district deputy, of Medford. Delegate, were preae. t
Jrom Mrtford. Ahland, Jacksonville, Cotuige Orove. Eugene, Grant.
PaZ Powers, Portland, Sacramento. Calif., Grand Rapid.. 8. D.. and
District Mf'cera were Introduced by the camp oracle. Honor guest
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and oracles from the district camps
were present oy cn oc. ...
Were prrsc.w" ..........
Mayor Ed Ostendorf greeted the
member, with a speech of welcome
Officers were elected fim fJ
Barnum, oracle from Aahland. vice
oracle; Irene Shirley. Medford.
recorder Alice Turner. Ashland,
rtance'lor: Jessie Steele. Klamath
Palls marshall: Geneva Davlcs.
Jacksonville. Other heads v. Ill be
appointed.
Ashland camp Invited all to at
tend the next district convention In
1948. A school of instruction was
held In the afternoon under the
direction of Mae Logan.
Officers-elect were Installed dur
ing the meeting. Songs were sung,
and the afternoon session was ad
journed, in the evening. ' banquet
was attended by more than : WO
gueata. Serving were the omen
of the First Christian church Table
decorations were made by the Social
club.
Memorial services were given by
the Klamath Falls drill team. Lucille
Heifer. Mildred Markey and Ilia
I Simpson sang an appropriate num
ber. Also participating were ita
mona Steel and Kale Hogue. The
retiring march was exemplified by
the Ashland camp. An Interesting
program of skits, readings, ana
songs was given by the combined
district camps. Kate Hogue and
Ella Paulev were presented with
their 25-year jewels. . ....
Refreshments were served later In
the evening. ...
Coming Rites
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Gilcrist of
315 Grant street announce' the
forthcoming marriage of their
daughter. Frances, to William N.
Deets, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Deets of 1734 Johnson. The Rev.
Victor Phillips will read the cere
monv at 4 o clock in the afternoon,
Sunday. June 59. at the First Meth
odist church.
PLAY SUIT
VALUES!
Mm Rov Carter of 5138 S. 6th
entertained at a bridge luncheon
-. 1 GallirHfll' rVOnlt I01S
i of mock orange and roses from the
Carter garden ionnea an aun:uc
Uieme for tne anatr.
Guests were Mrs. A. W. Porter.
w D...1 EAnt Ifkmnth Falls:
Mra. Dave Campbell. Bly: Mrs. Sam
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versatility! Seersuckers, ehambrayt,
percales, novelty cottons ... 2
nd 3-piece styles !n prints, florals,
ttr'tpes, Summer hues.
Sfees to 15 12 to 20.
OTHERS 199 to 8.99
SWIM SUIT
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AN ATTRACTIVE YOUNG MUSICIAN is Constance Foye,
five-veor-old daughter or (Yirs. e. eei or m. my. j
S well Known- in music circles iur nci iu.c... -
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Rice, Modoc Point: Mrs. George El
holt, Merrtll: Mrs. S. H. Armstrong.
Mrs. Jack Harrison. Bly, and Mrs.
f.,-w wt.iti.,o rlillcviiim.
Mrs. Porter was honored on the
occasion of her birtnoay anniver
sary. In bridge, high went to Mrs.
Elliott, and second high to Mrs.
Whiting.
Recent Banquet
.vi Ine uatuiuri lie a HI t.-v tviiie-
imt hole) by Uio Uuiii'. auxiliary to'
tne bioUii'iiiiKKt ol Kulhtmd Train
men Tluirsduy, June la, at 6 o'clock
member, ol Mt. Slia.tlu UkIko
ol Liunsuiulr were guests, bixleen
member, ol the Hoolcly for Preser
vation and Encouragement of Hiir
bersliop Wuurli'lte Singing In Amer
ica, Inc.. together Willi John Hous
ton, conductor, provided the nuiMcal
entertainment aiirlng the banquet.
The tables were decorated with
nuntnturfs of equipment and build
ings pertaining to railroading, ami
the place cards were locomotive.
Following Uie banquet a regular
meeting took place In the lOOF
hall at 8 o'clock with Edna Jones,
president, In chnrge. Ucrnldlne
Heath of Mt. Shasta lodge with her
officers and drill team conducted
the Initiation ceremonies at which
Lucille Knight and Alia Yarbrouuh
were received Into membership Ed
na Jensen was presented with a
corsage and nroclalmed the official
mother of the auxiliary. She
thanked the group and then gave a
brief account of the 10 years work
of the auxiliary here.
After the meeting Hetly Jean
Thrasher of Florida, a niece of Fav
Myers and a visitor In Klnmnlh
Falls, sang "The Desert Hong" and
"Sweet Dreams. Sweetheart." ac
companied by Patricia Henry. Re
freshment were served bv Eilrle
Caldwell, Mary Knight and Hetty
Johnson.
Honored
Mrs. Earl Jones of 1814 Bisbee was
honored at a stork shower on Friday
evening, June 13, at the home of
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REPEATING THEIR VOWS exchanged 50 years ago, Mr. and Mn. A. L. Reed observed
their golden wedding anniversary Tuesday evening. The momagt vows were renewed with
he ce9remony read by the. Rov. Codfrey Matthews of the Community Congreoa.ional
church Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Clapp. Standing before the Rev. Mat
.SwslcM la nght, Mrs. Clapp, Mrs. Reed, Mr. Reed and Mr. Clapp. The Reeds l.v. In th.
Victory apartments, a reception was nciu u. ... w,
Mr. lAinnle Sanders, with Mrs. Norman Jones and Mrs. Banders.
M-ll m Chhsty and Mrs. Sand- follnwlng which a cleverly decor, ed
era. hostesses. basket ol guts was piesriivc, ...
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w. .iven to Mrs. Earl Jones. Mrs. I Those attending were France. Gil
, .Quderlan.
rrut. Mr.. Jerry Coleman. Mr.. Pmti
Petrrstelner. Mr.. Jennie Jones. Mt..
J. June., Mr.. Norman June.. Ilia
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A Air Conditioning wis recently installed at Lakcshore, assur
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