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About Ashland American. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-1927 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1927)
ASHLAND A M E R IC A N
A t the | preaching and Christian fellowship
think about ties, rails, joints, nuts, | present “ Ascension Day.”
make this home-like church a good
| total o f Chinchillas up to about one
bolts and frogs. I f he did not think
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place to attend. Come as you are.
| hundred and fifteen rabbits.
k something would go subject will be “ I Believe
1 side issue, Mrs. Davenhill also has
Bible school 9:45 A . M. W. M.
rabbits, possibly wrong. There might be a derailment W right superintendent.
Elmer Hopkins is piling lumber other breeds o f
T R IN IT Y E P ISC O PA L
or a wrack. The road would become
at N eil ( ’reek fo r the DeArmand about the same number which she inefficient. It would be his fault. school is growing. I f you do not at
Vicar, the Rev. P. K. Hammond
raises fo r table use..
So fa r Mrs.
tend somewhere else you are Wel
Davenhill has not marketed any of The thinking o f Jim, the track
H oly communion at 8 a. m.
in our classes.
Clarence Bailey, who is living on
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
her gr; wn chinchillas but is just walker, was important.
the Vroman place, has been ill the
Junior C. E. w ill meet at 12 noon
Morning service and sermon at H.
Smith was a switchman. He stood
building up her numbers.
last few days. A t this writing he is
fo r this week only.
A helpful service!
She has 48 rabibts hutches and
will be home before one. It will not Everyone cordially invited.
We are sorry to lose Mr. and Mrs. with everything built so conven dispatches, switches and signals. I f interfere with dinner. B illy Graham
Charles Cowen, who are moving to ient it is well worth a visit. These
he did not think about his work leader.
th e f u ll g o spel tem ple
Ashland, but are glad to welcome chinchilla rabbits were brought here something would go wrong. There
Intermediate C. E.
J. E. Murphy, Pastor
Mr. and Mrs. Dell
would be delays or accidents. The Miles, leader.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Mr. C. F.
will move on to the ranch.
Senior C. E. 7:00 Doris Hitchock
railroad would become inefficient.
Albert Arnold le ft Tuesday morn
Miss Maud M iller was a dinner
It would be his fault. The thinking leader.
In our Sunday school we have
guest at the McNerney home Wed ing fo r his Dead Indian ranch, with
suitable department and classes for
o f Sm ith,‘ the switchman, was im
nesday evening o f last week.
all ages. Mrs. Auther Hardy, sup
He expects to be
erintendent o f the prim ary depart
Hugh Dosier, who is working at other supplies.
METHODIST E P ISC O PA L
Williams was the general mangaer
Prospect spent Sunday with his gone about ten days putting in his
North Main and Laurel Sts.
M orning worship 11 a. m.
grain, mending fences and getting o f the railroad. He sat at his desk.
H. F. Pemberton, Pastor
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Dosier.
The Sunday school o f the Green things prepared fo r the summer.
Morning worship at 11 o’clock. A ll yung people who are not as
penses, property, supplies and equip
Springs district had a nice program
sociated with the young peoples
I f he did not think about Sermon subject.
work, are invited to join with this
at the school house Mothers Day. his stock, including his large herd ment.
Evening worship at 8.
Subject: company o f young folks to promote
those things something would go
They presented Mother Davis a gold o f dairy cows, out to the Dead In
the work among
wrong. It would be his fault.
The “ A Question Jesus Asks.”
star mother, with a beautiful potted dian ranch fo r the summer months.
Evening worship, 7 :30.
Milton Nichols went down to Ga
in each week
manager, therefore, w.as important find a class where you will enjoy prayer m eeting at 7 :30
W. L. Davis took a load o f mo zelle Cal., laSt Sunday and had a
I f you are looking fo r a real
Brown was president o f the rail Bible study.
hair to town Tuesday. W e under short visit with his brother, Paul
Epworth League fo r young people homelike church, attend these ser
stand he reecived fift y cents per Nichols, who is employed on a large road. H e sat at a desk in a private
vices and you w ill be convinced that
office. It was als<- his job to think at 6:45.
dairy ranch near Gazelle.
there is a welcome that is hard to
pound fo r it.
Strangers and visitors especially
Stirring singing and gospel
Miss Esther Miller pf Medford
A few days ago a large deer was He had to thi.ik about the policy of
spent the week-end with her sister, seen feeding in the field just above
Miss Maud Miller, who is teaching J. F. Arnold’s house. The deer was divisions, the various problems o f
the Green Spring Bchool.
quite close to the highway and transportation and things o f that
Leland DeCarlow was a guest at seemed not aat all afraid o f the sort that came to him. I f he did not
think about his work something
the McNerney home one day last cars passing.
It would be his
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Jones and would go wrong.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reed Bobby spent Mothers day with Mr. fault. The thinking o f the president,
therefore, was very important.
a baby boy, Sunday, May 8.
and Mrs. James Lennox.
Miss Clara Huck, who is teaching
Now i f Jim, the track-walker had
A pure bred Jersey bull arrived
the Soda Spring school spent the lust week at the Meyer creek dairy stopped thinking about his work the
week-end in Ashland with her sisters, farm. He was purchased by J. R. thinking o f the general manager
Mrs. Kluth and Mrs. Deer.
McCracken from J. J. Von Kleek o f could not have prevented an accident
Bert Davis o f the Green Spring Beaverton,.Or. His sire was imported I f Williams, the general manager,
was in town one day this woek on from the Island o f Jerseys by Dick had stopped thinking about his work
son and Von Kleek and his dam is a the thinking o f the truck-walker
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Wallis and good medal cow.
could not have provided the payroll.
Miss Clara Huck spent a very en-
— Get your mower repairs early It can easily be seen that everyone’s
jolablo evening at the Homer Grow and avoid the rush and provocation thinking was necessary.
home on Tuesday o f this week.
when in the field and your mower
So it is in any business. Each part
Mr. nnd Mrs. Dell Williams, who breaks down. A ll kinds o f repairs o f nn organization depends upon the
have sold their ranch on the Klam- fo r most any mower kept at Peil’s thinking o f all departments. Every
nth river near Copco, will soon be set Corner, Ashland.
3 w body has to think.
tied in our community.
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Summarized, :i mean« that
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J. A. Youngs and Abrian Broili
the think-tank ¡« at important
returned from San Francisco last
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at the water-tank.
V A L L E Y V IE W
Friday, where they have Lien for
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the past two weeks on business.
Mrs. John Patterson o f Chehalis,
The Senior Christian
Has an elevation o f two thousand
Wash., who has been visiting her
society o f the Presbyterian church feet; is ideal for toruists and travel
sister, Mrs. Don Lowe, le ft fo r home ht „ n social and supper in the ers.
Inst Friday. Mrs. Lowe accompan
The climate in nearly ideal; no ex
church dining room Tuesday even
ied her sister north and will spend
ing. There was n good attendance tremes o f heat or cold; no blizzards
several weeks visiting relatives and
and it was d ifficu lt breaking away
Has a bountiful supply 01 the clear
friends in ' Washington.
from the games at nine o’clock.
est and purest water to be found any
Mrs. L. H. Gallatin returned from
Miss Marthn Spenker gave one where.
ftyrvnllis last Monday evening, where
Ashland is noted for its efferves
o f her henlth talks in her office Wed
she had spent the week-end and nesday afternoon in the Medforil cent and healthful I.ithia water which
brSbles up constantly through the
Mother’s day with
buiding, Medford, which was well rocks o f granite.
Rosiria. Mrs. Gallatin made the trip
attended nnd greatly
The new Southern Oregon Normal
to Corvallis with Mrs. J. W. McCoy
those present. Those from Ashland school is located on the southern
and Mrs. Carol Pratt o f Ashland.
who attended the meeting were: boundary o f the city.
Has as its chief summer resort the
Kay Hendrickson and George Mc
Mrs. Riddlcy, Mrs Hocking, Mrs. J. Lake o’ the Woods, a beautiful spot
Cracken, both members
Q. Adams and Mrs. Charles Broili. for camping and out-door life.
Kennedy’s class at the Washington
Malaria genns cannot thrive in Ash
Thirty-eight years ago in a Meth
school in Ashland attended a weinie
odist church were gathered thirty land. This is a proven fact pver a
period of years. The climate is also
roast at Miss Kennedy’s home last
struggling noted far and wide for the relief it
with difficulties in trying to form affords sufferers from asthma and
Mr. and Mrs. William Glenn took a young peoples’ organization.
It hay fever.
dinner Inst Sunday with Mr. nnd
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was anything but a “ youth move
Mrs. H. J. Carter nnd fam ily o f
ment” since all its founders were
elderly men. W’ hen young methods
L. H. Gallatin and J. K McCrack
and ideas were
en, obth o f whom are directors in
Work is progr sir.g rapidly to
evolved the Epworth League.
the Poultry Producers association,
o f a local
found an open field in the ranks o f
attended the election o f officers in
It is the
the young Methodists and only seven
Medford last Saturday.
months later, charters had been
Mrs. Ralph Mark o f Jacksonville granted 1,480 chapters; in seven on the organization end that it will
called on Mrs. John Arnold last ‘
years the number o f chartered be only a matter o f time now before :
chapters reached 16,302. The Ep the real plans can be in shape to |
Mrs. J. R. McCracken and Miss
worth League stands fo r a big, grow initiate the members. When this is |
Frances Gallatin went to Medford
ing idea. That idea is that youth ready grand lodge officers o f the I
last Sunday evening to the play
is not a mere curtain-raiser fo r the northern part o f the state will be
“ The Soul o f the City” given at the
game o f adutlhood, but is a big here.
i f you don’t visit Johnson’s Sale— only
Methodist church by the
game o f life on its own acord. All 0 -------------------------------------------0
Esther girls o f that church.
A T THE CHURCHES |
these 38 years o f service has set a
Mrs. M. B. Runnels, Mr. and Mrs.
standard fo r future activities and 0
Harold Runnels and fnntily o f Med
next Sunday the local lengue will
ford nnd Roy Blake o f Gazelle. Cal.,
BA PTIST CHURCH
observe Anniversary day
were guests at the W. F. DeFord
Myron S. Woodworth, Pastor
regular Sunday meeting at 6:45. he
ranch last Sunday.
topic is “ Measuring up to Our Past"
Sabbath school 9:45.
Those from the community who
D IA M O N D S , W A T C H E ,S , C LO C K S,
and special feature: will be present
Preaching 11:00 Rest o f services |
visited the model home demonstra
ed. George Mason, who is president
to be in the Chapel car. B. Y. P. U.
tion in Medford Inst week are very-
J E W E L R Y , G L A S S W A R E , C H IN A ,
will lend the meeting.
7 :0l) This will be a railroad meet
enthusiastic over it.
O P T IC A L G O O D S , F O U N T A IN
ing. Stops w ill be made at the fo l
Mr. and Mrs. John Morse were
— Deering M ct’ormick mowers nnd
guests at dinner on
Mothers day rakes at Peil’a Corner, Ashland 3t lowing places. Praise station, Bible !
PENS and PENCILS, S IL V E R W A R E
with Mrs. Stella Morse nnd family. . ------ ------------ + -------------------
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Arnold spent DID YOU EVF.R STOP TO THINK Point. Testimony Tavern, Inspira- 1
W e are making inviting prices
Rev. Chappelle will '•
Mothers day with their son. Ablert,
By Fdson R. W aite
Arnold and family.
preach at 8 o’clock.
on high class merchandise for the next
Enjoy these good meeting in this j
The small bands o f sheep owned
J. S. Parks. President of Iks
unique church building.
by llarry Wengant and J. R. Mc
Fort Smith (Aransas! Times-
Rrrord Company, Saysi
Cracken were sheared last Thursday
T H A T the best »tory I have read
FIRST PR ESB YTER IAN
A new industry fo r V’ alley View n a long time on the subject o f
“ With Illuminated ilulletin’
was started by Mrs. A. H. Davenhill Thinking was the bulletin issued a
Big attendance was the result o f I
which is that o f Chinchilla rabbit few years ago by the American Kdu-
Day in the churches o f Ash
-ational association o f Philadelphia.
A t present the Davenhill rabbit- A* I recall it, it was about as fo l
service will be just as good and ju «t
ries have 17 pedigreed does and 7 lows:
He in- a* interesting. A t 11 o’clock A. M.
fine young doe«, besides a large
Jim was a track-walker.
Ha ted la the Rev. Hugh T Mitchelmora will
rumbar o f «mail rabbit« bringing the ’ pected the roadbed.
The American I_ L.
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