Ashland daily tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1919-1970, February 10, 1927, Page 3, Image 3

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    Carter explained the ammead-
meats to the constltatloa and
I Miss Blanche Hicks gave an as-
count of the powers denied- to
aoagress.
The story of Oregon as told
by the child of a pioneer la a
very wonderful one.
Mps. pe*l
lead a personally conducted torn
to historic spots in Oregon, and
the always Interesting subje
was vitalised by the touch o f
deep personal Interest. The mem-
bers of thp Chapter felt Indeed
as It they were seeing the places
made ever memorable by the
strong-hearted men and the salt*
sacrificing women, who braved
forest and fOe to the end that
Oregon might be saved tp the
.United States. The Chapter vot-
«d a donation to the D. A. R .
Student-Loan Fund of Oregon.
! Following the program tea was
served from a table made cheery
With candles and colorful bloo-
eoms.
Questa for the evening
were Mrs. P. R. Backus, D r.
Bertha Sawyer and Mrs. George
Looaley.
The next meeting of this or-
ganisation will be a luncheon a t
the Llthla Springs hotel Friday,
February
eighteenth
at
one
o’clock. #
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ship of tfcatr music teacher, Miss
Laura Ragnae, Were honored with
patting on the nine to ten o’clock
program over KMBD at Medford,
Tooeday evening. February elgh-
th, and right In line w ith othef
Aahlanders seat eat from oar
» U n d id schools, acquitted them*
«elves splendidly, reflecting much
credit on their teacher.
Rela*
Uvee and friends, who were for*
tnnate enough to hear the pro­
gram, speak of their aceompllsh-
ments In a very commendable
manner.
The personnel of this quarter
and the part they played are as
follows! Miss Eunice Hager, so-
prano; Miss Mary Galey, plane;
Miss Rose Altklns, cello and Mias
Floy Young, violinist.
Unfor-
tunately Miss Young became 111,
but like a ll well regulated affairs
there was a willing substitute In
Pettit.
, ?’ A party consisting of Mr. and
M>s. J. C. Hopper. M r. Marlon
Hager. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie A.
Coomb and their two daughters
enjoyed the pregram over the
radio at the attractive home of
Mr. and Mrs. Hopper on Scenic
Drive, and re p o rt' it was very
caedltable to the young artists,
71,0 quartet was accompanied
to Medford by Mr. H. C. Galey,
Mrs. Pettit. Mrs. MsMon Hager
Van Prayer.
The basketball boys who went
on 4he trip adnth, playing three
games, returned-Tuesday evening.
Präsents D ata to Prove it Th«f- boys played Roseburg and
CALENDAR OP EVENTS
Should be on February
Corvallis, wlnnlg both games by
Friday, Feb. 11 — The Epworth
Eleventh
a score of 16-17. When they play­
League bf the M. E. church
ed Salem, however, they came
w ill have a party,
W ASHING TO N, Feb. 10— Every* out with the small end of the
Friday, Feb. 11 — Past Noble.
body who thinks George Wash­ Score, it being 16-4 8.
Grand’s club meets st the home
ington’s birthday Is February 22
Before each game the classes,
of Mrs. Frank Jordan, on
Is wrong, according to one of hie faculty and different organiser
Granite street.
descendants, Mrs. H a r/y Lee Rust, tlons sent telegrams to the boys,
Feb.
11 — Women’s
president of the W akefield Mem­ which they said gave them en­ Friday,
Home Missionary society of
orial association Jo restore the couragement.
the M. E. Church will meet
first president’s birthplace.
' Wednesday morning each one
at the home of Mrs. O. K luth
’ She offers evidence that Feb­ of the boys were called upon to
at 650 Fairview street at 2
ruary 11 Is the correct dato and in give a short talk on the trip.
planning a national conference Those who went were^ Roy Parr,
here that night to commemorate Roy Abbott. Aldo Parr,-Lawrence Friday, Feb. 11 — Lincoln P.
T. A. w ill meet at 3:30 p. m.
the anniversary.
1' ’,
Leedom, Wayne H ill, Everett Mc­
President Coolidge, however, Gee, W illiam Kanasto, Clifton , at the Lincoln school.
clings td the traditional Febru­ Garnett and Claus Kletnhammer, j Monday, Feb. 14— Ashland Art
ary 22, /n d w ill address a Joint manager of the team.
club w ill meet at thè home
of Mrs. Clifford Jenkins on
session of congress t£at day with
Coach Cripe also gave a lengthy
Pioneer. Avenue.
a nationwide radio hook-up to talk. He said that Salem’s crack
carry his speech to millions of shot, Duffy, made from 26' to 30 Monday, F e b . 14 — W . R. C.
w ill have- a Valentine social
school children.
points every game on the home
nt the home of Mrs. J. W.
Mrq. Rust showed the United floor. He said that that wouldn't
Mills nt 316 Almond street.
News a photographic reproduction happen when Salem came down
of a page from the old Washing­ here to play this week-end on Monday, Feb. 14 — There w ill
ton fam ily bible containing the Friday and Saturday.
be an Old Folks’ Valentine
following, written in a clear, bold
party
nt
th e ^ Convalescent
Auxiliary to American Legion
script:
Home on Granite street from
A big ticket sale ia going on
2 until 5 p. m.
"George Washington, the son for the Salem games and several
The A uxiliary to the American
of Augustiqe and Mary Washing­ students are doing their utmost Saturday, Feb. IB— Daughters of
Legion Poet No. 14* met Monday
ton, born on the eleventh day of to sell tickets to assure a good
N ile w ill meet in Medford, evening, February seventh in the
February, 1732, about ten in the crowd for both nlghjs. An offer
luncheon nt the -Medford.' hotel Pioneer hall on Winburn Way.
morning. Baptized* on the 15th is being made to the students In­
nt 12:20. Anyone wishing to About sixty ladles were present,
of Aprlle, 1732."
stead of- paying 25 cents per go phone 461-L.
and th irty new members were
A few years following the birth game, they buy a ticket for 36
initiated.
of Washington, the adopted form cents and go to both games. The To the Moon—
This was the first meeting at
of calendar was changed and Feb­ Medford game is a week from
The most rude,
which the new officers presided
ruary 22 was established as the Friday and enthusiasm Is becom­
Cut off from home and country, and they are to be highly com­
birthday of the president, al­ ing apparent In the student body.
may have stood—
plimented for their splendid work
though February 11 was the ac­ Pep Assemblies and rallys w ill be
Even ’till long gating hath be­ and ability in conducting the
tual date, Mrs. Rust said.
held and It w ill be seen how the
dimmed his eye,
impressive Initiation ceremony.
"Th e history of George Wash­ students are backing their team
Or the mute rapture ended in a
Beautiful baskets of fern were
ington' Is the most Imperfect ever by the way they turn out for the
S ig h -
In
evidence everywhere around
w ritten," Mrs. Rust said, “ but Salem games.
Touched by accordance of. thy the room, making a very pretty
very few true incidents of his
placid cheer,
and pleasing decoration.
esrly childhood have ever been
During Mr. Gripe’s absence, Mr.
W ith some internal lights to
The com m ittee,in charge serv­
told. Two aew histories of his Hughes taught his classes.
memory dear,
ed
elaborate refreshments, dain­
life are now being prepared for
Or fancies stealing forth to soothe tily arranged.
the publishers and w ill contain
Mrs. Engle taught Monday In
the breast
The A uxiliary w ill hold their Clvh» Club W ill Have
the moet accurate Information ob­ Miss Foley’s place, as Mias Poley
Tired
w
ith
its
dally
share
of
next
meeting on the evening of Bridge Tea—
tainable efter years of constant was ill with a light touch of the
earth’s unrest—
Monday, February twenty-first, a t
research.”
The Ladles Givis Improvement
flu.
Gentle awakenings, visitations which tim e 'a kitchen shower for club of . this city w ill have a
On February 11 plans for the
meek;
the new kitchen w ill he held. .public. Bridge tea la the Civic
complete reproduction . of
the . Ralph Heltzel entered Ashland
house in which “the father b f his high school last week as a Sehlor A kindly enflnence whereof few Anyone, either a member of the clubhouse on Wlnburd Way, Tues­
w ill speak,
A uxiliary or not, who wishes to day afternoon, February fifteenth
country” was born w ill be dis­ from Medford.
Though
it
can
wet
with
tears
the
contribute anything to the club- at two thirty.
cussed by the memorial associa­
hardest cheek.
rooms w ill he greatly appreciat-
tion.
The affair la la ebarge of a
The class In typing 2 had ano­
A t this meting another hlstotj- ther practice speed teat Wednes-
»oolal committee, Which Is com-
cal ihbccuracy will be bared, M t e
afternoon in front of the IJncoln School W ill Have
poee^ of Mr». H,-.Tpm]Jpson, Mrs.
•Rust stated.
.
, .
student" body. Those typing were Circus at Normal—
The Lincoln school is planning K vralsg — '
' >?.
“George Washington was' not Adena Joy, N |d ra Bartlett, Ellen
The Queen Esthers of the
born in a humble farm cottage, aa Galey, Marlfb jloon, Frances’ Gal- to have a circus at the Southern
'Oregon State Norm al sometime Methodist Episcopal chvrb b 'm et
commonly believed, but In a pre­
in March.
,
• in the church pgrtots* Monday
tentious mansion. An approximate
There w ill be eUints, folk, evening, February s ev en th / £
copy of this maasion is to be com­
Owing to a very small attend­
dance«, musical numbers and aide
pleted on the old sits overlooking
Trí dky and Saturday
shows as an added attraction.
the Potomac, river, according to
ance only a short business ses­
The funds from this affair sion was held and the meeting
the plans of the W akefield Na­
SALEM É1GH
The Camp F ire Girls 6 « nt show
tional
Memorial
association. was a .derided success. The girls w ill go towards the new play- adjourned at an early boar.
vk .
Seventy acres of the Washington worked hard*-to put the entertain­ shed which is planned for the
ASHLAND HIGH
estate in Virginia have been pur­ ment oyer and Jhe audience was Lincoln school.
Ashland H igh Q u a r te t,.
chased and It Is planned to make well pleased with what they of­
Broadcast Over R adio--- .
f ujdor High Gym
this equal to Mount Vernon.
The Ashlànd high school quar­
fered. T he'girls cleared.over 160, D. A. R. Has Social Meeting—
Prelim, 7:30
A special meeting of the tet. under the efficient leader
which w ill be used for charity.
Mount
Ashland
Chapter,
Daugh­
Returned from San F r a n c is c o - An interesting custom to note is
Mrs. H. H . Gillette, accompan­ that every Wednesday the Camp ters of the American Revolution,
ied by her sister, Mrs. C. J.* Fire girls wear d g rb ^klrts, white was called by the Chapter regent,
Are Yóu In t
let
Mrs. H arriet Fielding a t the
Boyle, returned yesterday from middles and colored ties.
home
of
Mrs.
Em
il
Pell
on
Gran­
NO!
NOT
FEELING
.
IT RIGHT
a three weeks visit J w ith her
’
!’ L-
ite street, Friday evening, Febru­
N A M E W A R D IA N
daughter, Miss M arjory Gillette
Mrs. Fielding was
8AN FRANCISCO,' Feb. 10.— ary fourth.
in Ran Francisco.
Mrs. Boyle
Then the sunshine and hoj
assistant
hostess.
s
iU
N
)—
The
•
Pacific
Southwest
w ill spend several days in Ash­
Trust and Savings, banjr bf Los
Two very instructive papers
land.
'Angeles today-Was named gn ar­ were given on the Constitution
dían for George ■ Young,
first of the United States. Mrs. E. V.
Near Chioo, B utte County,
ifornia can do
swimmer to negotiate Catalina
W onders For
channel.
Superior Judge Difnne allowed
a petition to this effect for Young,
D S O f, Manager
who said He had deposited |S 0,-
000 in the Los Angeles bank.
BASKETBALL
Henry Enders, Jr., and Mrs. F .
Swwtonburg. Everyone is in­
vited to attend and recent com­
ers to Ashland w ill find an ex­
cellent opportunity to get ac­
quainted at this tea. , Bridge,
Five Hundred and fancy work
w ill occupy the afternoon.
Tuesday
evening,
February
fifteenth, there w ill be a dance
and Valentine party, in the club­
house, which w ill be in charge
of Mrs. Andrew McGee, Mrs. E a rl
Crow and Mrs. Domino Provost
and Tillotaon’s orchestra
w ill
furnish the music for this Val­
entine party.
Club members,
past, present and future with
their frienda and neighbors and
newcomers to Ashland are cor­
dially Invited to attend.
O.
fifty to one hundred dollars but
the policy of the Fund Board is
"small loans and more girls
helped." Not to furnish luxuries
but to teach the wholesome les­
sons of economy and th rift, to
prepare the young women with
the elementary essentials of self
help."
H ost hnd Hostess at Party—
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lock­
hart were the host and hostess
at a delightful party at their
attractive home on Alida street
Saturday evening, February fifth.
The evening was spent play­
ing Five Hundred, listening to
the radio and in conversation,
(until a late hour when the hostess
SHORT TA LK S B Y TH O U G H T­
served delicious refreshments.
F U L M O THER S
Those who enjoyed this happy
A Tennessee mother talks, Mra.
J. G.’ O.— of Knoxville. “Another
thing, everyone who has children
should keep Foley’s Honey and
T ar compound always on hand,
for the children’s cough or baby’s
croup.
I t certainly excells all
other cough medicines in healing
qualities and in giving quick and
satisfactory results. I t is made
under absolutely sanitary condi­
tions and contains no opiates—
points of especial Interest to
mothers who want to know what
they are giving their Children.
Our druggist also recommends It
highly.” Ask for It. Sold every­
where.— No. 2.
W . R. C. Have Valentine
Party—
; •
The W . R. C., Women’s R e lie f'
Corps, w ill have a Valentine so-'
48th Anniversary Recognised— sial at the home of Mrs. J. W .
The Fot-ty-Sixth anniversary of Mills at 315 Almond street, Mon«
the founding of Christian En­
(Please Turn to Page 5)
deavor was recognised Sunday
evening, Febrtiary sixth at the
Presbyterian church by a un­
ion meeting of three of the Ash­
land ' churches:
Presbyterian,
Christian and Congregational.
Talks and musical numbers
were given by representatives of
The proceeds from the Bridge the three societies, making a
tea w ill be sent to the Scholar­ very enjoyablo and interesting
ship Loan Fund, which yearly program.
helps more than one hundred girls
in Oregon to complete their edur
cation. Last year the Civic Club
sent thirty Idiollars to thlsj fund.
Mrs. W alter Hembree, the
Portland chairman of the Fund,
s«ys that loans have been made
to girls from nearly every county
in the state and ho interest is
charged. The loans range from
affair were: Mr. and Mrs. Cheetep
Philips. Mr. and Mrs. M illar,
Dunn, Joe Mercer, Miss B arb a ri:
Brown and the host and hostess ¡
Mr. and Mrs. Lockhart.
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PER LOAD 100 OU.
PER LOAD 125 OU.
PER LOAD 150 OU
Automotive Shop
A Chevrolet
Dealers
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ASHLAND LUMBER COMPANY?
384 Oak St. —• At Railroad Crossing — Phone 20 t
Richardson £
For
Your
B reakfast
Our golden brown waf­
fles with real maple syrup
and hot coffee are delic­
ious and tempting. Other
breakfast . combinations
i n c l u d i n g guaranteed
fresh eggs are ready for
you.
For quality; purity atld flavor, always
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ornery
Ashland
Gardening-A Good Game
Samfly sport Bvonr member of the household can be interested ta I t
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