Ashland daily tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1919-1970, December 21, 1925, Page 4, Image 4

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Several of the mothers
two children each. .A
pf the children had heee
_to> the c litic befqre, the
taking advantage of the
agamiaatton.
l r s and
Mm. JD. W . Wheeler
aad M te. M ary L . Mathews en­
tertained n t A fam ily gathering
Sunday.
Dinner was nerved at
tw o o'clock w ith fourteen rela­
tives' present to enjoy tBe de-
H ghttnl repast and the happy
Vtolt which follo w ed,'w ith teuslc
old songs and Chrtotoms enrols
The ChrtatmaA detomUnns had
all been placed and tirin g room,
dtotog room. ' everywhere were
b rillian t coloring » and holiday
greenery.
A lovely tree, held
gtoce o f honor nt' one end of
the Bring roem.
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brought
nutefor
brought
parents
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D r. V. 8.’ Geary to the sx-
amlntng physician. Be was as­
sisted'by the nurses. Mias VWra
Bqard and Miss Leah Jennlegs.
M toe’ Joes phtae Koppes from the
County U nit office at Jackson­
ville,
County
pemonstrstlon
Agent Miss Ada Brewster and
the local committee.
O f the local committee, Mrs.
Harris Dean aeted as hostess,
meeting the mothers at the door
and Mrs, H. O. Anderson and
Mrs. C. F. Tilton wrote the his­
tories.
Friends have been very kind
la
furnishing automobiles wto
bring those from a distance to
the clinic, M r., A. R . Jflnnay
using his machine Thursday.
The committee appreciate this
courtesy very much.
The next clinic w ill be the
third
Thursday
la
January,
probably a t the Civic Club house,
but announcement w ill be made
later an to the place and date.
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Crs®d* n - 8he hestyis-
U#d ln ^ I n n d a n d t w a s ^ ; H P -
ular W ^ a H r of t o * F W » * r
of Mrs
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Mr N ich o lso n is the «9« of
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nicholson of
Medford, and has a i e c x t c t o l ''
ot Irlend8 who oIier cO h ir*'
She wag O fH U ts d 'w W i t^e A l­
pha Rhe M to tlty « < * «
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member Of the Madriggl clBb, « •Ith fa l
a | hondraiy musical fr g a n fo -
tlon. F o r the past yea» she has
u la tlo n s « upon h is msrrtege.
The fo llo w in g from the JUeps- taught g>
Oregon.
Jtatrg Kveajng' Record, N fll- be ' " M r„ Nicholson's , frstsrnlty
of in terest to frien d s la h o lt affiliations fo e w ith R epp* D «*te
Mediftrd “ d A *b u n d -
"Tbe marriage of Miss Mfollo
Anderson to Theodore Nicholson
or M edford, Oregon,, son o f j l r
a n d Mrs. W . R. Nicholson, jras
so lem n ised at the homo of t h e
bride's parents, Mr. end J f« .
R ev. A. B. Morris read the- ger-
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“ The a*®»1« ceremony which
took place In the presenee >of
only members o f ' the Immediate
fam ily and ih ttn n te friend» had
wrdlned pocket dor tan attractive sotting.
A h g rc h
1 “ prMV I * 11 “ * • WM to r® « * ° * Oregon Grape In
¡ T ’e S i e t o e £ £ th< UTln< W ®m * Bd ta ,Ul*
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WdOcA
tyoo waptto gire for Cforigt-
a plag se< top geography
* drtineusasten, bgth ipi
perfoqned.
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DELICIOUS CHRISTMAS CANDY
BOXED OR BULK
H igh f
every
wgy- Peront» an« friends flock­
ed td the building fo r the af-
teriw u»,- to eaJey «Uss room .
work, the program, and to see
the Splendid exhibits ln the dlf-
fargpt rooms. .
A IL the rooms had prepared
these exhibit» both In Junior
High grudge and to the lower
grade» from the Wtrst, u p ,. and
parents Weve greatly Interested
in seeing thg w ork o f the cbll-'
Ytoittag D ay a t Jaalor
I for the pocket and «round won a bank of ttie sntne
» its lining. I t ln vivid
autumnal
foliage , difth
rw o f i n enveldpa fern».
la effective - w a t t » « ,
t t T i S S r ^ p i r t - ro“ ‘ chrysanthemum, and W
dren.
" p o c S t t o r h p S t e nations y e re arran g e d . ln - ^ o -
Bach of the rooms downstairs
had
ton own. program, beautiful
p to ntltcfaed under fusion about the homo to een-
Jolly
Christmas
p fasteners manage form
tbe p iw g iu Bg rawt j f recitations,
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and
tonga»
'carols.
Every
for the triangular of p,nk and * b lte .
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unde at cardboard
"The bride was unattetaded e a e h A d r i tree, hardened w ith
h aUk, eretonne or ang WOre a graceful frock-* of Its weight of beautiful decora­
tion», prepared hy “the children.
A bole punched la
J
i to bang It ota a Deige crepe.
Rotate»
npd occupants surely
U. n e n rn dressing
“A weddtog breakfast; ,w «s
breathed
t h e W l r l t of the hoik
rhgsa gMjgJtoS eelp served a fte r the nerismony and
day
season.
and women.
the C01ipi e jef t shortly to r P e rt,
Upstairs, the ‘ name prepara­
is ' ^esP4’K lam ath land, where they w ill visit be-
tions
had- been made,' rooms
fore going to, ontbnru
lo vely, to t h e ir decorations gad
"Mrs. RWfholion to a
■ Those gathered there were
H r. and Mm. Aaron Andrews. News F*om Mm- Mowste—
From word received
from
Mrs. W . H; Mowat, she to en­
joying her vtolt la . Honolulu
very much. She find» I t to even
more enchanting than It to Plc-
tàred. ; I t does not give the
Impression of so foreign a city
as she had Imagined. I t to > •*
oomlng Americanised very rap­
idly. < A vldlt to Cnt Oriental
Kindergarten proved aa ln ta i-
eetlng experience, la it were CS
little Chteees; Japanese nap K e»-
euan fro ® twp aad a h a lf to five
year!, a ll American cltlsnna. ;'.. j
M r. u 4 M » K- F- * » « ’ • » •
M d M r> M ,r y I * M.tfcewa w.r©
house
r i d i t e . M - J . OrosnteH—i
M r. end l l m . Theodore Nickel
bon, who were recently marri®,
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M. Anderson of thb city. ..¿foe w a » « - great success in
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We hgve a large attortmaat of special Christmas
eftndy, either in boxes or bulk at .reasonable
prices. Also, ail kinds of nuts and fresh roasted
popcorn and- peanntfe. ’ '
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When doing your shopping, yimt
R. P. PORTER, FOUNTAIN
we have large quanitìesof
many different kihds of
candies for your Christ­
inas needs.
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r The Home
CHOCOLATES
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CREAMS
MINTS
Cedas Chests
CANES
Bath Ruge
Floor Lamps
HARD MIXED
FANCY BOXES
Up To »5.00 -
Ml of <yfcr mixed candy is
made with government in­
spected coloring. , . c , 11
All candy Ashland
Made
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Dishes
and dosens of other articles which will delight any
member of the fcqnily aR<l make the home more en-
test.Y telto ft tiif — v L ik ti j h » i
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,n trtfv. .
WICK
FURNITURE
COMPANY
CANDYLANP
T O O T -i. • v'
È N D T U R K E Y b 'd u e for aa
portaat rots la d m Mg feast of
will head the Holiday
The Appreciation of a
Christmas Gift
» A p d nil o f (besa tender,
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is determined by’ its use
Besides, ws w ill have plenty of ducks,
fulness—not its cost
chickens, geese, fresh oystegs, mince­
meat, end the choicest cuts of all hinds
o f tneats.
hank eoMMtioas D m * W mm I n
you are “ aU s e t ” drt> ta
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y«u that we hare what yott peed.
SEE OUB DISPLAYS
The Eagle Market
lith ia Springs
Pharmacy
OBDEB NOW.
Phone
lift
Prescription Druggist
THE BRIGHT LEXICON OF
YOUTH * ‘
The word “ fail” is not included in the
gulden dictionary of youth.
But it is repeated many times in the
pages pf middle age where the fruits of
thé e a r ly years have been wasted.
Regular saving in youth is the surest
protection against failure in later life.
Begin now to cultivate thia habit with
an account,
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The Citizens Bank of Ashland
Aahland, Oregon /
L ito te Sprtogs H otel Building
An order for a new car
W EHAVE A F E W L’SED
CARS »
m a k ea a, fine Christmas
t o MOVE THEM QUICK, WE
W ilk , TBADE FOB COWS; PIGS,
HENS, ¡WOOD. WHAT
THE FAMILY PRESENT
and no dduM your family- deserves
HAVE
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one.
Y0U1
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GUARAJiTEED
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Call1 and make a deposit on
tj^e. above, cays are hi'good shape
ay choose. Deposit of
will hold them and we
and ypu or .your family would like
terfest on deposit at 8
a larger or better cay Christmas, •
till delivery' is made.
a
the family a
IF NOT A CAR
6 Per Cent Purchase Certificate
’ i." * . ( i f i » ■ * 2P?
Other O ttd Usad
Start with a small payment
ASHLAND, QREGOÑ
4 .G WILHITE
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