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BAY L A UN D RY C H A N G E S H A ND S
Aahlnnd Man Goes to C r e s c e n t City
to O p e r a t e L a un d r y .
J A N U A R Y 28, 1927
TO HOLD PAGEANT
BAPTIST MISSIONARY MEETING
First Meet i ng Since Election of O f
ficers W e r e Installed.
(From C rescent City Am erican)
The Missionary meeting was held
a t the church on W ednesday a t 2:30
A business deal was consum ated
P L A N S B E I N G MA DE FO R J U B I S aturday, by which John C. Wilson I R V I N G E. V I N I N G , O F A SH L AN D , p. m. and was both an interesting and DF.COU’ C U P P R O U D P O S S E S
of Tacoma, W ashington, and W. H
enjoyable m eeting with a goodly
T E L L S P A C I F I C C I T IE S .
L E E A ND C E L E B R A T I O N
SION TO W I N N E R
Graham of Ashland, Oregon, became
num ber present. This was the first
the owners of the Bay laundry here
meeting since the election of the new
The laundry was owned by Harry
j officers which were as follows: Mrs.
W ebber, having been
j Alfred Segsworth, p resident; 'Mrs.
from O. B. L a u ff over a y ear ago,
I J. C. Hopper, vice president; and
and a t th a t time, Mr. W ebber put up
j Mrs. Levina Carson, secretary-treas
a building a t the corners of M and 5 Vi ni ng Says Fl or ida Is Best Fr ie nd urer.
Single J u d g e and P o in t S y t t e m I*
G r a n t s Pas s Invi t es S o u t h e r n O re g on
streets. The new owners of the laun
The meeting was called to order by
Pacific Coast Has Ever Had
dry also purchased the new site and
the president and several plans a r
Fa vo r ed For D e b a t i n g Team*
a n d J a c k s on C o u n t y to Big
plan on moving the plant there about
ranged for work for the year. Among
in O u t d o o r Life.
to Win De ba te .
Doings This F r i d a y Night.
the first of March.
them being a committee appointed to
Mr. Graham is a t present the m an
d ra ft program s for the new year,
ager of the Ashland laundry, and has
consisting of the officers of the so
F u tu re of the Pacific highway, ciety and the following committee:
and northern been actively engaged in the laundry
University of Oregon, Eugene,
California this F riday night a t Grants business for the past tw enty years. which extends fo r 1175 miles from Mrs. H. C. Hanson, Miss Carabell | J a n - 28— Seventy-seven high schools
in all parts of the state have enrolled
Pass will en tertain their friends from He will, it is understood, have charge the Mexican to the Canadian bor- Moorehouse and H. O. Anderson.
the north and south who have aided of the new laundry here, when the 1 ^ t>r Wlls discussed in detail in San
The meeting was led by Mrs. Pay- in the Oregon High school debating
Francisco last week by prominent ton Ward with Mrs. S. A. Peters as league for this year, it was announ-
them in securing the new harbor. new m anagem ent takes possession.
speakers a t a publicity conference devotional leader. The Bible lesson | ce<^ f° (^a y by Dr. Dan E. Clark, as-
With the news from W ashington that
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a large apropriation had been made N O R M A L S B E A T N O R T H E R N E R S held under the direction of the P a was from the 13 chapter of 1st Cor. sistant director of the extension di
cific Highway association of Calif Mrs. J a n e t Tomey leading in prayer. vision and sec retary-treasurer of the
for a fo rty foot harbor to be complet
ed a t Crescent City, and to provide 1 Ma rs ke of Local T e a m It Hi gh Poi nt ornia.
Some interesting history of a Jewish organization.
Irving E. Vining,Ashland,president missionary and her work was given
Debates in the eleven districts of
ample deep w a te r facilities for the
Man W i t h 19 Credit*.
of the Oregon state chamber of com by Mrs. O. F. Carson. Also some in the state are being held in the v a r
southern counties of Oregon and the j
A quint from the Ashland nor merce advanced the suggestion that
no rth ern counties of California, these
teresting experiences were told by ious high schools and district cham
defeated five basketeers from in 1930 all of the points along the
districts have immediately s tarted to t
l leader of the meeting concerning i pions will he chosen about the middle
of March, said Dr. Clark.
fittingly celebrate the event, which Albany college last Thursday. The Pacific highway and in the contigu Jewish families in San Francisco.
will mean an entire change of indus
Mrs. A. R. Segsworth read a spicy \ Tht‘ hi* h 8chools
‘'«“ -h district
the local team as honor m an with 19 expositions and pageants, all of letter from missionary am ong Indians | lirst debate among themselves and
try in these regions
points to his credit.
which wo Id make a trem endous ap on the Columbia river.
| ^ a Process of elimination choose a
The fight was started in 1871 by
The lineup fo r the visitors was: peal to the sight-seers of the world
I w *n n *n8f team which will compete in
memorial from the state legislature Cox and Terry, forw ards; W ilfert,
to concentrate on the Pacific coast read by Miss Morehouse and pictures an inter-district contest.
asking the governm ent to give this c e n te r; F ate and Housten, guards;
and its beauties in th a t year.
tricts are divided into two groups
relief to this large oprtion of the Thrifty, sub. Cox with eight points
for the inter-district debates, one f<*‘
Vining said th a t travel to the west
Pacific coast. It has been waged con was high man for Albany. Lineup for I hns shown a decline since the beau— were also displayed, Miss Morehouse
Oregon and one for western
tinuously since th a t tim e( and on Ashland: Marske and Caldwell, for- ties and advantages of Florida began handed out a num ber of addresses
so that others might correspond with
the 13th of J a n u a ry , P resident Cool- w ards; Moore, c e n te r; Ramsey and
to be exploited. He urged a vigor missionaries a t d iffe ren t stations.
The two winning team s on the
idge signed the bill, which m eant in Kinney, guards; Johnson, B ryant and
ous enmpaign against the eastern slo
inter-district contest will m eet some
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dustries for southern Oregon.
B utterfield, subs.
gan, “ travel north and south on the F O R D S C HO O L H E L D S A T U R D A Y time in the middle of May for the
As a preliminary, the normal sec Atlantic seaboard,” toward the end
The legislatures of Oregon, W ash
ington a n d California last session ond team defeated a five from B at th at more eastern travel be a ttra cted Trait* on Tr ac to r * I* Demo n *t ra te d
District directors were urged this
A to the Pacific slope.
passed memorials, asking the con te ry B by a score of 42 to 27.
r to experim ent in other methods
by F a c t o r y Ex pe rt .
gress of the United States to build large crowd saw the game which was
of judging the debates, acording to
“ Florida is the best friend the
The Ford tra c to r school which Mr. Dr. Clark. Previously they have a p
the h arb o r a t Crescent City.
The hotly contested throughout.
Pacific coast ever had in th a t it has
is m aking an annual event pointed three judges whose decision
cham bers of commerce of Portland,
shown many a businessman the ad
Tacoma and Seattle, as well as Oak C A M P F I R E A C T I V I T I E S H E R E vantages of outdoor life,” Vining was held last F riday at the Claycomb was final The team loosing the de
land, San Francisco, Los Angeles and
said. “ The Pacific coast can take Motor com pany’s establishm ent on cision is eliminated from future con
Main street. J. Crake of the Portland tests.
San Diego gave every assistance and
full advantage of th a t situation.”
of the Ford Motor company
sent stro n g endorsem ents to congress
There has been increasing senti
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lectu rer and dem onstrator m ent in favor of changing the sys
urging th a t this large part of the
At noon last T hursday the board
Inmate* Ar e D i it ur be d.
and went through all the details con tem by using a single judge and us
coast be provided with such facilities of sponsors enjoyed luncheon in the
With the presentation of a radio nected with the assembling and t e a r
as would permit its industries to de- | Lithia Springs motel and listened to
ing a point system whereby debate
set to the inmates of the county poor ing down of the farm tractor. He also
velop. T he Oregon A gricultural col-j
would be awarded points and
lege and the University of Oregon, (
farm , near here by the Kiwanis club answered all questions propounded
with the high num ber at
and the editors of the Pacific coast i
of Medford last week, only three of to him in connection with the farm
the rounds would become
press have been especially friendly :
the seventeen inmates were pleased tractor.
and urged this im provem ent a t all i
with the gift. To keep peace the sup
Mr. Crake put forth a farm analy-
A discussion of the various rneth-
times. The Portland cham ber of com- j Members of this board are Mrs. erintendent moved the set from the
on a blackboard, showing the sav- , 0(ja of judging was held a t the re-
merce in particular has been helpful Gordon McCracken, Mrs. H enry C. home to his quarters, where all who
ings to be effected by having a trac- i
high school conference meeting,
in gettin g valuable data into the • B. C. Forsythe, Mrs. D. Perozzi, Mrs. care may come and listen. The chief
to r in use on the farm ; over the usual j Tht. f o r a a a k activity within the
hands of the d ep a rtm en ts in order
objection wns th at the radio dis horse-farm ing system.
The speaker , (|js trict is under the control of the
th a t the purchasing power of south- \ B ertha Denton, Rev. II. F. Pem berton turbed sleep.
has had a large and v a r i e d experience
, a | high schools, but (lie interstate
ern Oregon might be increased, and
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and the final contest a t Eu-
Pacific coast trad e and commerce h a r t and S up erin ten d e n t George A.
under the direction o f the
developed with southern Oregon in Briscoe.
School Debating league.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. L. L.
terests properly regarded.
“ The purpose of the interscholastic
Fire shack on T errace street, a f te r Norcross, 842 Boulevard, Ashland, on firs t five thousand trac to rs into
The big celebration being prepared which she enjoyed a ride through the S aturday evening, J a n u a ry 22nd, Canada.
contests ” said Dr. Clark “ is to en-
will be staged in the new Social S er park. At four o'clock she spoke be was the scene of a very p re tty birth
While the crowd attending the COurage debating in the schools.
vice hall a t G rants Pass and a r ra n g e
fore the assembled Camp F'ire girls. day dinner party honoring Miss A ud school was not as large as last year, themselves. At the present time' the
ments have been made fo r seating
In the evening Miss Francisco met rey McPherson.
The color scheme still those attending were well schools are getting enrolled and each
fiOO guests of the cham ber of com
with the local board of guardians a t was carried out very cleverly in old pleased and profited by what they team are getting material upon which
merce of southern Oregon nnd
the dinner hour and helped them rose and white with cut flowers as heard and seen, and feel amply re to debate.”
Crescent City, California.
“ The Decou cup, is presented each
plan for the coming work here. The a centerpiece. A three-course dinner paid for their time and e f fo rt spent
those who have been asked to attend
board of guardians consists of Miss was served featuring in the last in attending. A hot lunch was served year to the winning team by P ro f
are Wm. Sproule, president of the
essor Edgar E. DeCou, who organized
Mildred Crain, Miss Nell C arter, course a luscious birthday cake and those attending from 12 to 1.
Southern Pacific and Ralph Budd,
the league in 1907. This cup will be
Miss Edna Goheen, Miss Nora Ward, ice-cream, the cake being baked by
president of the G reat N orthern, W.
the perm anent possession of
Miss Beulah Hussey, Miss Katherine Mrs. Norcross. Besides the hostesses Many Bills a re In tr od uc ed to House.
Donnelly, president of the Northern
the high school winning the cham
Parsons, Miss Helen French, Miss \ Misses Stewart. Wilson and Armen-
Bills introduced to date by Briggs
Pacific, W. F. T urne r, president of
pionship fo r three years in succes
Miriam Calmenson, Miss Schmidt and trout, those present were Misses R jth
the S. P. & S., and members of their
of Jackson county include: House
Miss Ethel Reid.
Purdy, Myrtle Hall, Dora I^ rs o n ,
bill 102, to remove the county seat
Mrs. Edith Deuel and the honored
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of Jackson county from Jacksonville
courts of Malheur. Lake, Harney,
To Soli L a nd f or Normal .
Or eg o n Claim* Honor.
to Medford. House bill 59, providing
Curry, Josephine, Klamath, Jackson
Salem, Or., Jan. 24.— A bill p er
for the right of em inent domain in
and Douglas counties and Siskiyou,
Not to be outdone by records sent
m atters pertaining to the construc- out to the world from eastern p o r
Trinity and Del Norte counties of m itting the board of regents of the
ion of ditches nnd waterways. House tions of the states^ Oregon has set
C alifornia, whose co-operation made Oregon state norma) schools to sell i The Kiwanis club held their regu
this final result possible will be pres certain property in Jackson county lar noon luncheon at the Lithia ho- bill 200, providing new methods for a record th a t will be hard to beat.
ent to re p resen t their counties, sup- \nd apply such funds received to tel last Friday noon. This was an formation of committeemen and Mrs. Dan C a rte r of Goble, Columbia
r ort d by th e :r various civic organi he southern Oregon state normal anniversary meeting and Henry End am ending the primary law. House county, who recently gave birth to
ichool, was introduced this m orning :rs, J r., spoke of the good accom- bill 201, authorizing regents of state triplets, hrs a real claim to being the
zations r.r.d booster clubs.
Ti e development of southern Ore- ’>y Representative William M. Briggs nlished during the 12 years the Ki normal school to se land in Jack- world’s champion mother.
poss'ble by the new har- >f Jackson county. The land which wanis has been in existance. Several son county. House bill 208, asking the space of a single yenr she has
1 < nr'11 prove of great value to the Briggs seeks to have sold was form members made good talks, resolu more simple provisions of Oregon' borne five children, three boys and
♦" o will mean larger schools, erly the site of the Southern O re tions passed and Prof. S trange spoke laws relating to initiative and refer- two girls, all of whom, including the
on “ Fellowship." Rev. P. K. Ham endum right of people and counties, m other herself, are in excellent
I etf -r r< : Is r - d lower tik'ies. nnd it gon Normal school.
mond gave a splendid talk on the House bill 212, relating to the ap- health. The triplets were born Jan -
t- r e t d these featu res will be
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The Ashland American telephone accomplishments and of the .oppor- propriation of funds fo r erection of uary 11, 11 months a f te r the birth
treated by the m any rro m in c t me
num her is 95. Phone in a news item tunities for service.
, of twins.
who will a tten d tl.c U : , q . c t
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