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About The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1895)
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NORHAL SCHOOL NOTES.
—Bert Clute left f«»r Banden, Sunday.
—Thoe. Kist, the Central Point miller,
was in Ashland, Sunday.
— E. J. Kaiser returned home from
his trip to the East, Sunday.
—C. II. Ilargndinv and wife, of Klam
ath countv, returned hone Monday.
— A. PfotT, of Kansas City , Mo., was
in Ashland on business . Thursday.
—Jack True ami family have moved
to Ashland from Gaxelle, io permanently
— Mrs. E. Albright returned from the
asylum in Salem, yesterday. We art*
pleased to note that her mind is fully
restored and her health has wonderfully
Ten new pupils Monday, and more on
Lester High entered the Commercial
It is croquet we play now; after a
while it will be tennis.
Anna Easter and Earl Jackson entered
the Training School Monday.
Mr. Joseph McConnelcame, Saturday,
from Coos Co. He will take the Normal
Victor Mayer,-one of Ashland's “Class
of ’95“ has entered the Commercial De
Chester Easter also entered school
Monday. He wid take the second year
of the Normal course.
The entertainment to be given Oct. 11
will be held in town instead of in the
Normal building as at tirst reported.
Bernard Spencer, anotherof the Ashr
land “’tto’s.“ entered school Monday, to
take the University preparatory course.
MissChaffey, of Sam’s Valley will
enter school next week. She is one of
last year’s graduates of Drain Normal.
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Qepartment of Music
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State Normal School.
Miss Dora Colvig, one of the Grant’s
Pass “’95’’graduates, entered, Monday,
to pursue the studies of the senior
We now have two pianos in the build
ing, one in the chapel and the other in
Music room. Miss Thomas is kept busy
Those wishing to take music, either
piano, voi',e or organ, can set* Miss
Thomas, the teacher, at the Normal
M iss Josie Hancock entered school to
building or at her boarding place. Mi's.
White’s, corner First avenue and Spring day. She is to make a specialty of mus
street. One hour lessons, 50cents. Ix»s- ic,’but takes some studies from the
sons given at the school or at the homes Normal course. She is from Coos Co.
of the students.
Mon» visitors this week ; Miss Rosetta
Waters, of Talent, MissChaffey, of Sam’s
Valley, Mr. Owen and Miss Martha Can
dell, of Central Point and several others.
Printing Office In the city. Give u*a trial.