The Klamath news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1923-1942, June 01, 1941, Page 6, Image 6

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    Californian Heard
By Women Tuesday
All White Chosen
For Church Wedding
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at, anrf tatc "furs, tor vor tMrittuuj at (m( tVatt
esranx bmuctmr as rcuae i jr. fcaujn kv
sauar aV, t ttvMJM, aattuiaftut. Tut fcw firtw Tinnrtty
f tiaiy mart tut mvtnC xuaat im evti-t: aiuvtrMt curare.
Presented
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tatav ton? vt aunt aor-iuj
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Cr 'A rV-aVxi. Mnwrteutm.
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tna brvia wr ffxa
har u 'A4Atttjrt
warVJi(4 imJtfAira w ka4
at iManat &i( M CowrlfT
tUfjttrit.t with tha
I (Arty wara jafrU 'f
tirVi n 1 Ifym, Mr, twl
Mr. WMr ryl Mr. ar-d
Mn fta;i (vkmiar ttr u(
fy,krji, Mn. Wr.Itlyrk ehraa
a blarJl M whJU print wlUi
a rrftr ,. k r)M'fa arwl
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iavr4r w.UiA wm wrrn at
a Vyililr iwaia. Mil
ffyrkmlar w'r liffht blua
rrajr mlUnrvym Ik with a
lariea whlta ut r4 a whlta
tirrhvi crrmt.
All whlia wit ((tin um4
aa th baautlfully trrtr.cad
brXAM t Ubl whtrt ha rut a
laraa rtarralal e k later
avrv4 by Mrt. iilt K. 0r
ruya. Mm. A. J. M:L)orial4
ptaalJar at tba urfaa urn.
Whlta bUiMoma war um4
bout tba b rf tha caka
rwl In low arrarigtrrwnta with
ranrllaa In tUvr crualbra
cm althar M. Harvltik puncn
war Mr. Martriall JC. Of
natt anrl Mr. A. J. McDtvi
14.
Mr. arvl Mrt. B'ekmUrr laft
on a waMlnf trip which will
taka tham to Carmal, HanU
flarr n4 Lnt Antlt.
for travlln tha biid choat
a whlta iharkakln frock with
towwr b I u btnili In tha
rWllr anrl tklrt, matchlnf
blua Uipc'fl, whlta hat and
arraaarrlaa an1 an orrhUl eor
. Thy will ba at homa
flr Juna tha flftaimth at
7MVA Mouth Jftlmrtmn (traat In
flrKikaiia. Wathlnkton.
Nxvaral Informal affair!
wara Ml van rtiirlnt, tha pait
faw flaya fnr tha youn emv
pla and auaalt. A bridal party
To Visit
Garden
flit Cut 17 vsuca
iuvua v attmui. at sar
ae 22 4in awn.
war as tuur t.u-7. at--
C A taw aaa jaaiarC as
WWW to castas, anufy
fvuj utmar acwt jcnejan,
aaouMrt to ras sm
Tmraaa-y aAK-uuo. u
Turn liamrma; Mi ma$vr
ut Va at Su Zaa armus
a aaiea Mi K3uj samaiC. vr
awn am ait traJea vt axa
aut ar ar AuCy mat
ClASS C
CA atacnat M
taov suauwiC to Au7 bnV
arraaitraumc a Sut auiuuuuuv
auras autut Stua a aua 17 ICrc
1 Lams a-anari
uwraanart u anucv
at vaar amtutasurr.ff' sary
auaat at tar tantue. Ml Cy
svaa asms, as Man Uvx
Kuar7 tumult, ivcm tu
aacMtoX to Cama tut ra
taaCAai a aanr r I at
Aa Cuara to aa a mav
ata aaa aakaai fev ai.aima
at r at wjrk asrt aouy. tta
WasS7 csaai to taja
oara aa w3 aa ar?aaaat aa
4asaa WtMSum Tttrf mn ft
mr auouatn vr ro-x.
U Ctava la anf&tvm antae
aa (aa wi t i
1m&&. Xrt Lara iv aucvef.
Ta Caxa CUar
Kasaivari i Vtrtetarlry
5-u ! lmr,-
tana's, wZi aunrt 1iwy
ameeaxa; as cT-jt hr
a tnaiaMf autv4 woa w1
tBteniim mUtrXnm, vt vKsxix,
tt waa arssoautart) b7 M..
Tsa) aat aUMX4j ra)
year 3 b a wjatl t&z-ar-4
aa iw ba -.--!ar.m.
P a r was acraad at fta)
WrKk knau at arrra
arcyi Tteratey a r a I a
cw.hnart4 Xai ZrMX
astl Mr. eVxIucbrr'a atsaoi
aau. Taa irJUA. wa attno
tv:7 arraavad wKS fea wtrl-
C.( BV3.f.
On WrAaj mtmtrt tha
b0-lr'i rvvtutr waa aertcd
at CtlSJtm Itrrm avl tra
brvi arvtrtainad teforaa::y
tor bar frvtivia at ajyptr at
tha 'rMCryrjr. Iwn.
ajw Maana 1 ijin.i, mi an ja, natal a. 'aaj r.w.a-i w n aiaajt t '.' ain "".' -3
t f '; 'Pi.
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IMS
f. aUnv Ciumi ptaMMct
iar jiaiin iumi m
tenanuif ajruui muttk: ae nut
mm Ma Anauaor
alt iiUt rewtr. ? utardry rv
urn Mjff Ita 4r, rMnrtu.
7'ia maiuAiut tnnnv v ta
rmtimt v-rSv ajrm twr.
tut a)arcw. aiunitan auciuat
m 'atnmrun tt rrlun' a-ttv
t.uiaut iriarjiw auifltiii
iuui 2aruut: te 3t ititrufv
inatrt mtt Ucur Tuunaa w
arwunpamar.
ktaa tatuta Oaui.tr
w ; It' buC It-- MVmrin. Z-
K Xlrunrouar.. raf jmamiwit
at mrtin. Tim w tt
av Mr-v vot tiwna. via iy
ZUanr Tuuniiav tut rUmr 17
ZU Z. Tirtnnr arjnunijanuirt
S7 Its 2xrs C Tinnuat
!. futana jngUav ua
MMC H A lUt nBiBlf
yHHH. JlUtart 1IIH
fenuunv. ICorl'rx mt iawut
0ilv a.'.!' '-Arj&jr? Jimm
Jierftrje-T.tr. K 7 yin'ais.
ttut 2nin-urU. it! Hums'
SA.fEs TEA. T
Tut prnt ae t itmut rf
SLt 2.ut Ttnut as dsitso
rtaoi sxaite a finac arsarci
aesKaj tut alw v f
rc aMe bmvrtrr mtMnuwJt.
Vjtj tut TwaKCyvura. IT
aurora? tut VtnRura Kzixm
wim auary tunr rjeu2a
oCarf M.ttiaii tur ipira tt
aa aac S3 C &rucc
Tut Ma naj arse sa isa
arria aKuuyr jrvfitart a euoo
tiC anw to tut mUxx Jltv-jcA
tut aven. 9ut tmanCjm wlucs
ivnarfi fta sm&jk fjKSarTutri
wart crtnqarS my arra-.ra tt
jrarjw JTav
Tsnat grtrrg a: Sal ta
an ters &a aArauss wa
Ka Faaur tseaa. Ma
Mjtrcaact Vaar. Mm Zesaa
Mffwt, Mjaa BavasrUry fia
r?a aerf Mjat Iyrr-y fcarrv
ats. cJr-'r7 Keu:A7 vt v.ar
tUB ae. t-jrr arti-aRrt
t c-rftca aai aaavarl & acra-
a
f AY.
"f'T! TO
FrsrJ a r w'szxrtzt
Kntry m.-A ttasr dvC--Vt,
Es&4 Pw-ja. w!u trrrt
mt bam Baisrliry fr'jca Sa.t
Laka Ory to wj at tea tsrrm
of Mra. Siarrya srrrr, Mr.
mrA M.t My:-ja P. Tfjja-.-b
c Pavtr rsrt.
LC fjrp w!3 ewrtisr-a
nrvrti to f vrt Owrr Vr-iit,
ZfMn. wfcar b fca bora
trTarTa4. K arrn r-art ta
fam wrth fcj farrr.-u Mr.
ar4 Mrt. 8 D. hrrf. b.-JT
tiix trp fcjt .tjra M.t
B.'p aarl trfar.t la-.jrr
w1 rit bar f w u d7 ba
for trjnltr.Tjizt
s . A
PATRIOTIC THEME
Bad, whit and blu wr th eolort uad at the Camp Tlra
Irla ta Tucaday aftamoon at tha Wlllard. Mrt. John H.
Xoualon poura tea for Mrt. John Kanoffel, (left), chairman
t tha afalr, and Mrt. Paul O. Landry, member of tha
committee.
Picture by Wealey Ouderian of
Tha Herald and Newt.
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E'.SE-ELECT
LEAVES FC
V LLE f rrC'E
K m Vax.u r-r r.jt f.
tor Mti-jfl irr w wj;
r a . 23 bar If.'.
msA M.-. rrrlrrv. r.t v.-
TJ2 br ca.Tj(t . r.-
Ivjnatra to C.r. i-
M.r c Ej.rj.-i f ..
A fnr of K.r- v: F.:
Sajrjpwe w . atitf V
Mark Ejicopai cr-. ,.-'.r
Mr. a.od Mn h A.
M.a-n pT.t true
aryj In Y.?llrt4 tr.t. w.rrt
Mn Kirryr-. t srrr-u, Mr.
arid Mr. I I On-
V
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THE CAt? rlfl TE
Mr Parry Msrray la nrarOy eiacutf jrretirjrne rf -ftar tomtj
y.r O.rj xv!-' rwtrs. ! a aimva mrrt v.-iii tw
y..t i'-i.v.rv 1 ainc hwmut-' l.tr;n it:!, wia
MTvwvrv. d-z-.j-r jf itr !it Cri CTiiuriw t. iieiiwr-nn
a: Co TT.'jr-t uinu.
fitsura py "WrAirr 5"Uuorjt rf
Tut Sunut nut
Mrs. Sparks
Honored
trt-. S-i' C
I
Mrt O'.Ti'; Ci'r veiA"
i ,T' X rvjra.rr. rv-r at
LVa tit? c:.:-t ill Ajx
rrJij.-r No. CI. fjz'. rA mm
Eru?ra S'r, T-Jt-aiay ct
:r.t. A rr-tt er,joyaojj ard
w. frVjrt ci Lie er.tr-u..-..Tr.t
j a k r.rt of four
wtiiV.tr1 v.:.i vr.t. rA
r.TVTJi'.jx'i pir.ton:e. by
M.-i E. J. Scrywcieck a.vl Mr.
Ki.'Iow Kir.trjn. In cotlu.Tt.
Tre Kyr.gt uk! m th j fra'.ure
were: "Only A Koe, ' by
Firml: Tr.t Sweeteit Slory
Evrr Told.- by Stuiii; 'Xook
For the S.Iver Lmir.t. ." by
J-rorr, Km: "Ecai;! You r
Vvj," by Victor Hrtrt. Mrt.
Earl V.TTjkn accorr.panied at
the p J.io.
Mrt. Cecil Spark, a mem
ber of Aloha chapter for many
year, who It leavir.f toon to
ruke her home in Dunsmuir,
Caijiorr.jj. waa eaconed. in
troduced, and honored with a
tpeclal fift addenda. Mr.
Oienn Kent told of tha out
standing service of Mrt.
Bparka both In the chapter
and aa guardian of Jobs
Daughter. Mrt. Charlotte
Martin, associate matron, as
sisted by the five star point.
In an effective ceremonial
presented to Mrs. Spark a
lovely gift from th chapter.
Th final feature of tha pro
gram was a special flag retir
ing ceremony, carried out by
aix of the chapter officers.
Punch and cookies were serv
ed by the refreihment com
mittee for th evening; Mrt.
Ed Ostendorf, chairman; Mrs,
Pat Hogue and Mrs. Sylvia
McCelland.
Mrs. Oliver W. Spiker,
worthy matron, and Mr. Arlet
Ed sail, worthy parton, pre
sided during tha business ses
sion. Candidates were Initiated.
June the twenty-fourth will
be the data for th next
meeting of chapter and this
will be the last meeting be
fore summer vacation.
Guests Invited
To Waggoner Home
Mrt. Ralph Waggoner en
tertained informally at her
home Friday evening for a
group of friends who meet
frffiuently to tew.
Guest included Mrt. Greer
Drew, Mrt. Joan Rohr, Mrs.
Inland Conroy, Mrt. Donald
Oilding, and Mrt. Oliver
Riley.
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CCvrUvESTED
W TH rAS.7Y
Oc;.' a-,:.- K.t P-CO-cr.
Fi-itc iLrv Eioert M..I
cseli ectervajaed Tsjrtcay
rvrr ct eea at eer
uxTjt F-e-vtaa C.:y w.ta aa
irJ.-jr-rjl eexaen brjt party.
Wra. Jf .tcr-r.j aa aiajtad oy
Clarence U
Snt-M E-ver.
hrjdt aa pjyed d-jru
tjr ererT.g wiia b-4Vi acor
be.d by Mrs. Jar.a besuert.
second by Mr. Ceorz LuA
iry. In "'Bunco, ' Mr. E. L.
J01.-U received acor.
Uueata booortr Mr. Ful
ton inciuded Mr. Louit Cro
ly. Mrt. Z. L. Jcass. Mr.
Crge Clark. Mr. Wiiiitm
C:e-.e, Mrt. Ceorse Lindy,
Mr. Hazel Herriod. Mrs
Cnarles Packer. Mr. Lloyd
Your.. Mrs. Clarence Hum
bie. Mr. Jame Clark. Mr.
John Schunert, Mr. Ruta
Fehlirg. Mr. Lamar CaUo
way, Mrt. George W. Brat
ton Jr, Mr. M. E. Ktcoda
nut, and Mr. Robert Porter.
MRS. SOUTHER
HOSTESS ON
TUESDAY EVE
Mr. J. A. Souther, enter
tained at her home, 224 North
Second street, on Tuesday
evening In honor of the birth
day anniversaries of Mr. Al
len F. Croup, and Mrt, Harry
E. Larsen.
Gueata included Mrt. My
ron English and daughter,
Helen, of Santa Rota, Cali
fornia, Mrt. Perry Wilton,
Mrt. Alfred Erlckaon, Mrs.
Frank Evans, Mrs. Clair Ar
nold, Mrt. Bert Nokleby, Mrt.
Ted Hughey, Mrs. Frank
Kleineger, Mrs. Mable Ran,
dall, Mrs. Pauline McFcrrin,
Mrt. Oliv Van Kirk, Mn.
Frank Hourlgtn, Mrs. Larsen,
and Mrt. Croup.
GARDEN THEME
ENJOYED BY
PARTY GUESTS
Mn. Earl Gardner enter
tained at her horn on Hop
ttreet Wednesday evening with
a spring garden party for mem
bers of the TNT bridge club.
The garden theme was us
ed In decorations aa well at
in tallies and flavon. High
core was held by Mn. A. C.
Backet, second by Mrs. Roy
Carter who will entertain tha
group in two week, traveling
by Mrt. Lynn Rasmussen, and
low by Mrt. Phil Brlxner. Two
guests of the evening were
Mrt. Harry D. Bolvin, and
Mrt. Glenn Inman.
at Liasartk fa -a aa
mm Mrt Cmtv
tortus. rarfti3aS awSwcsy
(tutur. scute aa t-- a
bojeurners
Held Election
)-'-v r -,
- - r -
To F-e-Ne
S
Tbt Sefxramrt tnrt Wed--
ekT acraotax Mar tt tt
tyapr&. at ta vCard bote!
-St atn. &riC?i GJctras
anauaav aad com aa vsa
liiantaa trmnrv arere Mr.
C 2. Fnu-aa. Mr. H. D Kard
acr Hi 1 I. LaJd. Mr.
G. X. Tuaaat aeal Mr. T -t
mar Ftrrt teas s9aeErs
aiitt ip fiaaea war create!
ir tsa aftaraaas.
CCcar aiairMri la prasvia
tUCB4 tut tTTTT r K-X t-ga-tlw
ararc X--, MarieAJ Farsar.
ji aaitaug. Mr. Lea Kst, wa
sraautane kCr C- H Ptaa.
aaemary arax Mr C. A U
Ttaaij-ir ?-if a t'i erUl
an xuac a: taa J-2 untiia
itaaug anas ca rtt34 et
emrr aril rauia aa ticataat-
A aatr a erxige wta
to. TT Xr I a Tasaer
tlot. aarserf Si Mn. Joa Orer
m anal sa ruaac proa by Mr.
C A Inrrry.
Tteaa at caarta ef tha rant
wsal ar2 sx-jtit Mr.
Zmv GJc&mr, Mr Mar
arm Ftrssar. Mr R-aaeU PaV
erace msA Mn Jofca Prurv
.'S. PORTER
i-CSTESS ON
TUESDAY EVE
M.- Kobert Day Porter et
torauaad ttsforaiaUy at bar
berra eo Auourn street Tues
day e-raairf cotnpl. men ling
Mr C. C. Colvin Jr.
hrAf raa pltyed and cof
lea aerred later ta Mr Co
a-a. Mr 5aa L Rjtrtue. Mr.
Goert rwt. Mr. Myros
Sra-i-rev. Mr Dare Shirk.
Mn Kaatl Hmod. Mr Hen
r. Ceaarad Mr. Vcvr Veb
r -4. Mn. Gaoa-ge D. Tuckar.
Mn. J. Trs-tn R-jsyan. Mrs.
C. Jester. Mn Ruv-U Le
ver. Mn .Va O r-ahertr.
Mr. Joae-pib firo-amlee. and
M -as Kate-ea Linrgrton.
a a a
Vr. arid Mr Joaeph C
ONeill are rp-rvi ..-f aneral
dayt tfia ar ui Portland
and Sa!ers.
v smart moderns swing to
.
e. w
1L.
SPORTS
DAY-l
NIGHT
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LIFE V"'-i?7
-IFE iT
Here'i t brastiera that putt life in your IiWtn-;
revive the dormant charm that it rightfully your.
Life't quilted cuthiont lift brettu to youthful
beauty while the elastic diaphragm release assure
comfort, complete freedom, no binding. Stylet for
every occation-Sporta-Life, Day-Life, Night-Life-Dd
k p0.dl'!, id, A B C tad D. From J 25
J-jl prrrara was paaaai'.Md at
4 nrartyy toaairxfr-i'-a Taaaday
MrCiK. of A.-alita. Caii.
Tsrwvi arrajufatraml aa4 bott-.
-j4 tt-ttan tr puttie licwary.
Krt Mt. o:xjth aptrtt aa-rk
aral bwrt ta t oxn ar
Tz.T4 r-awav and pacing
trara t(i:iM procar bark
grouryia in order to Illustrate
her lecture
TS U.'k given by th vi,).
toe bataid oa. "What
Makra a Good rVmrr ArTtnxa
riarit Good" Mn MtCuIiobfk
err.phaud thraa point
F:rt. tutub!::iy aa ta where
t.He arrangnnent Is to be po-
ai- r-r la u borne ar la
a flower srtow.
Second. 00a third eg tha per
rrauxra oa pointa of goodnms
da-peryla on food deaign and
gwd dtKa inrludea a good
shouctl and aa -rrar-.feiRant
of unit wtuiia tna silbauetu
a.-xj tha relauoa of plant ma
ternal to th rociumer.
Third, the good cocnbinatioa
of texture.
Mn McCullough a poke at
length on color harmony, g'.r
tng tha factor twenty lira
per rent of th value of th
arrarutrffiert. She diaruased
cotnp.imrr.ury. tsotMchrotna
bc. and analogous baraoruae
and this was particurly to.
uretting with Mr. MrCuV
louglt Ulustrating bar point.
Condition of plant enatrrial
itarlf waa atmard by Mr.
MrCullough who advised th
careful ae lection of bloaaom.
bnnchn. or any other ma
Utnal uaed In tha construe
tn of an arrant rmant The
points the also illustrated de
lhtfully. Backgrounda came
In for much discussion and
those used by Mn McCullougb
were especially inter eating.
Many women from Merrill
and Tulelak wer among
trioa who heard Mrs. Mc
Cullough. A buaineas meeting of th
gardrn study group of th
Klamath Falls Woman t Li
brary club was held at eleven
o'clock Tuesday morning with
a paper sack and thermos
lunch at noon.
Mr. and Mn. MeCuUough
were guests while in tha city
and left Wednesday for their
home tn the south after arisit
Ir.g with Mr. MrCullough
family in Albany. Oregon.
Mr. Marie Law ton of Ln
Angrle. and Mn Dominie
Callirrat of Portland wer
gueata this week at tha homa
of Mn. Calllcrate's brother
and family. Mr. and Mn.
David R. Vandrnberg of
Wsthinguin atreet.
L
we new Drassiere Dy
MJ
U -t 1 "1 - -r-'ima