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About Ashland American. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-1927 | View This Issue
Silent Cal, as PresiUe.it ’Coo.ulgc
*;. l. The
are March 1 and 2.
! is often term ed, was t r u e to the the ladies of the Wednesday ciuu m
| title, as fa r as we were concerned the P resbyterian church, Friday ) for those days anu tlic naicca... » __
also put on a bargain subscription
in the announced broadcasting of his evening, F ebruary 18, to the choir, o ffe r for Spring Opening days,
t address last Tuesday m orning. We orchestra and their friends.
A fte r i Tuesday and Wednesday, March 1
1 "listened in” on a supposedly good playing many games in which ancient and 2. Come in to see our bargain of
fer. We will surprise you a t the bar
radio set, and couldn’t h e a r a sound modern and fictitious characters gain
price for those two days and if
E. B. Shaw of Belleview was in
Several normal students and high
other than a slight hum like a cold were represented, Mrs. Wilmer Po- I there a re any families on the
Ashland Tuesday of this week.
school students were unable to get
wind in the w inter time.
ley recited several incidents in r e routes not now receiving thé Am
Shipping tags, American office.
to school the first of the week, on
to the organization of the vil erican. we assure you that you will
Mrs. 0 . G. Howard spent last j account of washed out roads.
which consisted of get it a f te r you get our Spring Open-
week-end with Medford friends.
Carlton Rice of Seattle, nephew of vurd have been making additional Mrs. J. H. Robinson, Mrs. M. B. Ri I mg bargain priceOpen house. Call,
i see us. We are for Ashland first.
E. D. Briggs returned from a I Mr. Rice of Brown & Rice Realty improvements in their plant and ley. Mrs. F red Hitchoek, Mrs. C . v.
company stopped over night with Mr. have at present a w onderful display
week’s stay in Salem Monday.
and Mrs. Rice Saturday night en of cyclamen, tulips, narcissus and Howard, Mrs. J. M. Ross, Mrs. D. A.
Mrs. A. H. T ra fte n of 854 A route to Sun Francisco.
Peterson,Mrs. O. W inter, Mrs. Stella
street is quite ill with the flu at
The Horace Mitchell family expect
to move from Mountain avenue soon num ber of potted plants were sent J. L. H a m e r and r.Ms. W. M. Poley
out as Valentines during the past
Elm er Sandrelln of Mountain ave where they have lived for some time,
as director with Betty Brookmiller,
Mrs. Karl Nims is confined to her the property having been sold to a
| w ater boy for perform ers.
The o r ON CRATER Lake highway, in city
O. H. Franklin was seen to move
home with a case of flu.
limits, and on Rogue River, the
expects to visit his home in Coos
S. L. Burton of New Orleans is out early Sunday morning, with his
home of the Steelhead. Two acres,
in Ashland f o r a visi* with Mrs. boat and we are told he w ent to j played a num ber of selections. A fine black soil, five room house, fire
j “ male q u a r te t” composed of Mrs. J.
Burton and their two sons who re
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Paulserud re side in this city to give the boys the Jackson hot springs where he and II. Robertson, Mrs. M. B. Riley, Mrs. place, bath, electricity. Spring, city
and well water.
Plenty fr u it and
turned this week from a few week’s advantage of good schooling facili his son worked hard all day to get Fred Hitchcock and Mrs. George shade trees. Also has 30x30 concrete
people and their belongings out of
visit in Seattle.
Brookmiller sang several numbers. tank, 5-ft. deep, fed from spring, an
Mrs. Albert Anderson and son, the cabins th at were moving about
H. I.. Sayles has moved from 105
By way of contrast, piano duets ideal place to keep tro u t or use as
$2250 buys this
Bush s tree t to the home recently Clayton, of KlamathFalls, are stop on account of the high waters, which “ Spring Awakening” by Bach and swimming tank.
P. O. Box
purchased on H argadine street.
ping in Ashland for a time on ac had marooned them there.
“ Selections from C arm en,” by Bizet 522, Gold Hill. Or.
Mrs. Earl Crow was called to P o rt count of Mrs. Andersons health. They
land this week by the illness of her
were played by Mrs. J. H. Robert FOR SA LE— Radio batteries, airel
are located a t 123 High street.
fa th e r there.
The Ashland Ministerial associa son and Mrs. E. A. Woods. A piano
and all complete for $30. Inquire
Mr. and Mrs. Roy llosley of tion met in the study o fthe Presby
Levi Johnson has improved his
place on Garfield s tree t with a new I Third s tre e t exepet to move to
Klamath Falls soon where Mr. llosley Those present were Rev. Hugh T. ing Dutchm an,” Wagner-Liszt, was
Mitchelomre, president, Rev. 11. F. played by Mrs. H. T. Mitchelmore,
P a i n t e r and De cor at or
W. II. Wallis from Soda Springs has em ploym ent with the Southern Pemberton, sec retary; Rev. P. C.
Pa pe ri ng, Ti nt i ng
who first gave a synopsis of the story
Thatcher, Rev. M. S. Woodwoorth
was a business visitor in town one Pacific company.
o fthe “ Flying Dutchm an.” As an en
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Dale Ginley and family left here and Rev. C.D. Gaffney. The Rogue
day last week.
River Ministerial association will core Mrs. Mitchelmore played “ To
Southern Pacific trains started
The re gula r m eeting of the Wo for Roseburg Tuesday morning a fte r meet at Phoenix next Monday. The
Uncle Rem us” from
several days visit with Mrs. Gin ley’s P resbyterian ladies serving dinner
moving Tuesday night. Southbound
m en’s Relief corps, was held in the
Sketches” by MacDowell.
arents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoop- to the ministers and their wives at
passengers arrived from Medford
1. (). O. F. hall .Saturday, Feb. 19.
refreshm ents of ice cream, cake and
and Gold Hill Tuesday noon and
Mrs. Charles Hooper, who suffered
Mrs. H attie Boyd was forced to coffee were served a t the close of the were transported to stages and pri
a broken arm recently, is reported as
The Nazeren missionary meeting
doing as well as can be expected.
will be held a t the parsonage T hurs resign her position as president on
vate cars a t Ashland where they
Little George Bibby, who was in
B A R GA IN PRI Z O F F E R E D AND
This , account of ill health and Mrs. Mary
jured in an automobile collision last day afternoon, F ebrua ry 24.
U R G E TO W I N D O W S HO P were taken over the m ountain to
week, has recovered sufficiently to meeting promises to be an interesting Roberts was installed in her place.
Hornbrook to board a train fok Cali-
Mrs. Frances Darby was installed as
re tu rn to school.
one with questions on Japan
In this busy world,we forget or forian southern points. All the trucks
E. H. Hedrick of Medford was a
Lost, strayed or stolen, Teddy, senior vice president. Mrs. Ella Ross neglect many little things. Lets not of the town were engaged in tra n s
business visitor in Ashland W ednes
th a t your weekly paper was fe rring the baggage. The first train
small dog, p art Pomeranian, black was adm itted into this organization forget
the first paper to announce or sug out south left th at evening with
and golden tan, long hair, bushy tail.
gest in its columns the idea of a
Miss Virginia W hittle of B street
Reward for inform ation or re tu rn to R. C. No. 13, in Colorado. A short “ Spring Opening,’ for Ashland We slow but sure progress.
is a patient at the community hos
program , under the direction of Mrs. also suggested it to a few business
The largest slide was about ten
F red P utnam , 357 Vista St., Phone
pital su ffering from flu.
men and the following day the good miles south of Ashland where the
William Dodge, one of our genial 122 f r
m em brance of Washington and Lin idea worked fast all over town. The whole side of the hill covered the
Mr. and Mrs. Howard of Laurel
Ameriacn Legion, one of the best
u ndertakers has been somewhat in
organizations on earth, had previous track. F ourteen slides, big and little
disposed the past few days with cold. street have traded property with Mr.
Cambell. The Howards expect to
Mrs. J. H. McGee was a charm ly been talking on the subject and within nine miles, between here and
Edwin Dunn from E ast of town into the poultry business, and will ing bridge hostess on Saturday even they are responsible for bringing the
Hilt. The passenger coaches delayed
was in town looking a f te r business have six acres in their new home, ing. Three tables of bridge were in event to a head. They alone, deserve
for several days were made as
which is well adapted to the poultry play. Mrs. R. L. Burdic held the high all the credit and benefit they can
interest Wednesday of last week.
as a hotel. Radios were
score, Mrs. Earl Crow won second derive.The spring opening and the Le
Flowering quince and wall flowers
The Mount Ashland chapter of the place, and Mrs. Gene Hastings was gion has the backing and support of stalled in each coach, parties were
are blooming now, th a t usually Daughters of the / merican Revolu given the consolation. Very dainty the Ashland American with its cir given and the passengers well taken
re freshm ents were served from a culation of town and country read care of.
bloom a month from now or later.
Kenneth Hobson, student a t O. A. tion, observed their F ebruary m eet i table lo\ely with delicate floral de ers of over 3000 readers.
C. spent the first of the week a t his ing with a luncheon given in the corations. Those who enjoyed Mrs. never been handed any notices,
home in Ashland with his parents, Lithia Springs hotel, Friday, F eb ru McGee’s hospitality were Mesdames havn’t heard directly of any of the
I John Enders, Neil Shinn, Oscar Sil- program nor received an inch of ad
Mr.and Mrs. Fred B. Hobson.
ary 18, a t 1:30 p. m.
I ver, George Converse, Charles Haines vertising on Spring or any opening,
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Binnie of
Mr. Gribble will be in Ashland i H arry Tomlinson. R. L. Burdic, V. but the L t^ion and the show is'
Chicago, arrived W ednesday to visit
for a time a t the F rank Dean home Saturday to lead and instruct some j V’. Mills, Dominia Provost, Andrew worth a page or double page, which
of the Boy Scouts in tr§e planting, McCallen, Clyde Moore, Earl Crow the American has cuts for and
Large and Select Stock of
The Sunday school of the Christian setting out species of the Redwood 1 and Gene Hastings.
would gladly donate to the Legion,
Groceries, Fruit and
church is giving a party Friday night trees in Lithia park. Mr. Gribble has
About twenty young people went had we received any copy or knew
F eb ru ra ry 25. All of the members
j from Ashland Sunday afternoon to who was placing publicity.
earnestly and in all sincereity urge
and their friends are invited.
The Baptist Young Peoples union atten d the B. Y. P. U. rally a t Med- our route readers and the hundreds
Mrs. Jam es Putm an of Holly street
was visiting friends in this vicinity have for their subject Sunday night. I ford, regardless of fierce w eather or more families in Talent, to a t
Feb. 27 a missionary topic or playlet 'conditions. Among those from here tend this big entertainm ent, anyway,
one day last week.
entitled, “ Where shall I hang my were 11. S. Hanson, V. N. D. Smith, and we assure you, th a t by window
Mrs. M. Naylor, a representative
Shingle?” This is a unique meeting I Rev. Woodworth, Thelma Reece, shopping, you will see many new
things to your liking,
As before |
of the Rawleigh medicine was a busi
Everyone made welcome.
ness visitor on our streets one day,
A delightful W ashington party Morehouse. I t was reported by one the American is not sponcering this
war. enjoyed b ythirty-five members of the party th at the home coming event, but w ant to back it all it
Mrs. A. L. Harvey of B street was
of the Who-Do class of the Meth trip was not a picnic with about
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wilson,
odist church when they m et last F ri half of Bear creek turned loose on
of Medford the latter a p r t of last
day a t the home of Miss Ada Hartley the pavement and car trouble hap
on Nob Hill.
pening where the w ater was deepest.
Orval Glick from Klamath county
Mrs. W. A. Cooper had a phone However, all arrived home safely at
was in town recently visiting his
message from her son, Oscar Cooper, last and no doubt were glad their
wife’s people, Mr. anti Mrs. J. M.
t Eugene Tuesday. He said himself troubles were no worse. • 4
Beaver of Henry street.
Mrs. J. V. W right of Mountain and wife were alright but much dam
A Valentine party was given on
avenue has been employed as an as age had been done a t Eugene by the S aturday afte rn o n a t the DeAamond
sistant at the
cleaners same stormy w eather th a t Ashland horn'* on Union street. The guests of
parlors on Oak street the past week. knows about.
honor a t this party were the students
Miss Virginia Hales, a normal from
Miss Carabell Morehouses’
Rev. Rowland, pastor of the M.
Exceptional Attractions for Week Starting
E. church on the reservation, stopped teacher, spent the week-end with her Sunday school class of the Baptist
parents at Eugene. On her return,
over Sunday to visit Rev. Murphy. owing to slides and high water, the church. A num ber of valentine games
Saturday, February 26
Rev. Rowlantl was on his way home train was delayed at Roseburg, where were played, among them being a
post office box front which each
“TWO GUN MAN”
| m eeting Mr. DeWitt, the Ashland
Who said spring wasn’t here? At |taxim an. She re tu rn e d with him, a r young ntnn and young lady received
2. '1.'1 Granite there are two almond riving here Tuesday p. m.
valentine of interest and value. Miss
Featuring Fred Thomson and his wonderful horse,
trees in full bloom. Jonquil, crocus,
Mrs. Dr. Brawnier, evangelist of Morehouse planned the games in her
garden China lily, pansy’s and flow
Eugene, has been conducting revival usual capable way.
ering quince are in bloom.
Shipment of paper stock, both services a t the Full Gospel temple were served by Mrs. DeAamond, the
news ami job paper is enroute, but during the past week. Dr. Brawmer hostess, who had arranged the table
delayed by flood. Hence the Ameri will continue these services over decorations very beautiful, using red
Sunday, February 27
can is handicapped this issue.
Mrs. Delpha Bryant and Mrs. Lloyd
“ALMOST A LADY”
Bryant of Pine Ridge are in town a spiritual uplift and the attendance valentine idea.
for n short time and are located
Withpopular Marie Prevost a styleshow of clothes,
The Baptist missionary meeting West China, gave a very fine a d
a t their form er home on Fourth St.
peculiar situations and many laughs.
Mrs. Mitchell from Hillsboro, was was held at the church Wednesday, dress a t the Baptist church Friday
visiting her daughter, Miss Opal,
over the week-end. Miss Mitchell is erson as leader of the meeting.' iences as a missionary and of the
one of the Ashland normal students. “ Peasant Pioneers,” is a mission strange customes of China. She said
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
Statem ents, letter heads, enve study book th at the Baptist ladies Americans had much to be thankful
February 28, March 1 and 2
for with their comfortable homes and
lopes, blotters, anything that is are using in their meetings at the churches and Christian teaching. Su
“THE CHEERFUL FRAUD”
printed. We are waiting for your or present time.
A mystery party was given at H. C. perstition is a large part of the
der. Phone 95, Ashland American.
Hanson home of Gresham street Chinam en’s faith of that district and
Biggest comedy the screen has produced in many
Mrs. Gresham Miss A rgetsinger told of how they
days. Your favorite here is Reginald Denny
avenue expects soon to move to Ash
was assisted by Mrs. Payton Ward would leave the dead bodies of their
land street on the J. M. Morgan
and this is his best.
in entertaining the young ladies of people floating on the river lest
the world wide guild.
Master Thomas Bryant from
visiting were features of the even spirit would take hold of the living
Klamath county was operated on at ings program and plans were talked
hinese and cause him to die. She
Thursday and Friday, March 3 and 4
the Community hospital recently over for fu tu re work.
also said th at the majority of the
Miss Martha Spenker gave one of Chinese in her district considered
and is reported doing well.
“THE THIRD DEGREE”
J. D. Mars left Wednesday morn her interesting health talks Wednes the missionary as their friends and
ing for San Francisco where he was
that the larger per cent of American
The show that everv movie fan has waited a year to
called to the bedside of his brother 'church. She also treated her audience missionaries were staying in China
see. Dolores Costello and Louise Dresser.
who was taken suddenly ill last Sun
! ’o m ra n ird by Mrs. Goodman at the regardless of war conditions unless
News Notes of Interest
Tes the ground hog was present, , piano. After the program the Social soldiers took possession of their
he’«t th°ir regular meeting and
tvhen his shadow was revealed in the served refres^meifs.
buildings and they were forced to
•uhlight ob u e» rtnin day, not long .aa mjnyed by h I1>
Don't fail to see it.