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About The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 29, 1927)
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A*RI AND RFf.fSTFJ*
where Mr. Meitner was to have | Washington. D. C. The Upjohns ing which refreshments of cake, | of Los Angeles, Calif, and the
work on the hotel hove decided went from here to San Kranciaco, ice cream, and coffee were served, hostess. Mrs. Fied C. Homes.
Mr. and Mr». Mark True «•»
Mr». Margaret Cason who ia thnt they will probably not make Calif.
O. Hayward, of Winter», Calif.,! members of this lodge. They re “ A fra id T a L a v .” Callad
staying ia the Bellview dutrict ia the ehanire thl* year.
M asterpiece a f Ceaaedy
They hare recently moved Into was slso in the camp ground last ported very good attendance st
-not a student at the Ashland Nor
Declared by critics everywhere
mal as w^as formerly stated in the old Ditterhand place, barine week. Mr. Winter» has bought an! the meeting.
Mrs. M. M. Tucker, Mrs. L. B. to be a masterpiece of light com
these note», but one of the instruc traded their home for property in ; interest in a quartz mine at tha
' head of Foot creek near Gold Hill.' Tucker and Mr». W. G. Tucker edy, the Paramount
tor». Mr* Cason is supervisor of California.
Mrs. Alice Joy Torney who has! He reports that part of the mines 1 motored to Klamath Falls early • Afraid to Love” st’>rring Flor
-the sixth, seventh and
twojin this run eleven thousand dol- j Saturday morning. There
they ence Vidor, opens a ono-iay run
grades at the Lincoln school, for been visiting for the past
the summer session. Next year »he weeks at the home of Albert C ., lars to the too. He expects to start - met their husbaads and after a a* the Vinlng theatre Sunday, with
I Joy, left Tuesday for Portland, work at once.
J picnic ahersd also «nth Mr. and Ciive Brook, theh andeemo English
will tenth the fifth grade.
Mr». Cason and little dau^Urr.; She expects to spend the next two
Two very interesting guests' Mrs. Ray Hasley, Mr. and Mrs. actor as leading man.
Botty attended the recent picnic; weeks visiting with other brother» at the camp were Mr. and Mrs. Don Willes, and Brick Wells, they
As Katherine Silverton, the im
given for the facility #f the Nor-, in that city, stopping at Spokane, Sehdal from South Dakota. Mr. returned to Ashland,
poverished aristrocat. Miss Vidor
■ and other points on her way home. Sehdal says that he and his wife
A ten acre tract of land across deliberately sacrifices the orchid
Mr. A. C. Meisner, and family, j Among those wrho hare stopped have been invited to call on Presi- the road from the Moon Lumber lcveliness that has made her re
who had planned on »pending the at I-ay’s Camp ground recently are dent Cooiidge in his summer home. Company has been bought by newed and appears as * spinterish
summer at f<ake of the
Woods Major Upjohn and family
of in the Black Hills. They are very that company. This land was form- old owl with triple thickness glass
anxious to return in time to ac- erly the property o f Mr. E. C. es, dowdy clothes ad crow-eyes.
cept the invitation. Mr. Sehdal M rry of Long Beach, Calif, who
Irene Rich in “ Don’t Tell the
hoping he will be able to assist the has been visiting at the home of W ife” , the Warner Brothers ro-
President in catching some fish— his cousin, Mrs. F. C. Homes, but duction which comes here next
if he has not already caught them was forced to return home before Monday, plays the role of a sop
! all necessary business had been histicated Parisienne, who finds I
Mrs. W. G. Tucker, past presi- transacted. Fred Homes complet- herself in one o f the merriest di- j
vorce mix-ups o f the screen sea
dent of the Bellview community et^ *he ®*^e ^or him 1**1 Friday.
Club attended the meeting of the
Horace Mitchell and family of son. Others involved are Huntly i
Executive Board o f the Southern Bellev»ew have moved into the Gordon, Lilyan Tashman, O tis'
Oregon District Federation
o f Avery residence, located in this Harlan and William Demarest.
Women’s Clubs held at the home community.
Miss Letha Miles, o f the Bell P »»t
of Miss Grace Chamberlian
B u f f e t Supper
i Ashland. Mrs. Tucker is corres view district was one o f a jolly
Seven small tables placed un
WITH EACH USED CAR
party o f Ashland people who mo der a huge spreading
ponding secretary o f this club.
tree on the lawn o f Mrs.
ALL CARS RE CONDITIONED
Caldwell on Laurel street served
Lodge of Ashland held their busi Miss Miles reports that although a
group o f twenty-eight guests,
ness meeting at the Bellview Com the fishing was poor because of who were the Past Matrons o f Al
pha Chapter, O. E. S. together
munity House last Thursday e v -,
ening. Following the business and a very enjoyable time, hiking and with their husbands, and invited
there guests the Worthy Matron and
lodge meeting, the members en- i swimming. She says that
her husband and the Worthy Pat
at ron and his wife. A wonderful
joyed a pleasant social hour dur- !
the lake, although not as many as supper o f fried chicken, creamed
had been there at previous dates. potatoes, salad, sherbet and cakes,
Mrs. Fred C. Homes was hostess were served buffet style and at
seven o’clock the guests found
l at a golf dinner party given on their places. Each table was de-
Tuesday evening in honor o f Mrs. ] corated with flowers an<J the ar-
It DOES Make a Difference
Will Abbott of Los Angeles, a 1 rangements were perfect, for the
Where You Buy Your FORD
1 entertainment o f those who in-
| house guest at the Louis Dodge . :luded Worthy Matron Mrs. Nate
Bates and Mr. Bates; Worthy Pa
! At seven o’clock the hostess ser tron, J. H. Hardy and Mrs. Hardy
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kinney, Mr.
ved a lovely dinner. She
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*” I and Mrs. S. A. Peters. Sr., Mr.
sisted by Mrs. Will Dodge. Mrs. V. and Mrs. Sherman. Mr. and Mrs.
I . . Mills, Mrs. W. G. Tucker and Sackett, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Brown. Dr. and Mrs. Swedenborg.
Miss Edith Dodge.
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Whittle, Mrs.
The house was beautifully de Everton,
Mrs. Caldwell. Mrs. Hal
corated by Mrs. Frank Jordan. McNair. Mrs. Churchman, Mrs.
The rooms were all lovely in a E. D. Briggs. Mrs. Ella Mills. Mrs.
color scheme of yellow bouquets Turner- Miss Georgia C offee and
o f flowers.
Claycomb Motor Co.
SATURDAY AND MONDAY
4 pound Package
Solid Pack 2 for
Those who enjoyed this unique j Mrs
8. (L Robinette,
; golf dinner were Mrs. Otto Wint- daughter. Ethel May, and Miss
ers, Mrs. Frank Jordan,
Mrs. Victoria Tavener are leaving Mon- j
Louis Dodge, Miss Edith Dodge, day by motor for Crescertt City
Engagement ring» in gold or
Mrs. V . D. Miller, Mrs. J.
A. where they will spend a month at
( hurchill, Mrs. Emil Peil, Mrs. a cottage at the beach.
From $35 to $350.0 0
Sylvon Provost, Mrs. Domino P ro-5 — Swenni ng Dependable Paint-
vest, Mrs. Fred Engle, Mrs. F. F. ing Contractor.
A nice line o f thel atest mount
Whittle Mrs. C. J. Read, Mrs. V.
ings for your own stone just
Miss Ruth Green, who has heen
V. Mills, Mrs. Stanley Robinette, employed at the office of Carter
Miss Victoria Tauierner, Mrs. Hal & Mills for some time, has resign
| McNair, Mrs Gertrude Fraley, ed her position and will leave Sat
Mrs. O. M. Franklin, Mrs. Hubert urday for Portland where she will
; Bentley, Mrs. Daisy McGarry,, visit with her sister. Frances at
Mrs. Anna Hile, Mrs. Frank Dean, the Emmanuel Hospital
272 EAST MAIN ST.
Miss Helen Anderson, Mrs. Kail ! Frances is taking nurse’s training
A S IA N O
N':ms, Mrs Bergstrom Mrs. J. H. i course. After returning
Mi Gee. Mrs. V. G. Tucker, th e; Portland, Miss Green and
-lo st o f honor, Mrs. Will Abbott mother, Mrs. Nettie Green will go
to Berkeley, California,
they will spend the winter with
Flora Green, daughter who is at
tending school there.
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DAIRYING— AN ASHLAND INDUSTRY
Dairy interests recogfiize that, in as much
as whole milk produced near large centers
o f population is increasingly required for
use as milk and cream, all manufactured
dairy products must eventually come from
the more remote districts where conditions
are suitable for dairying.
Sum m er Fares
The best dairy sections grow their own
feed. This requirement is amply provided
for in the Ashland district, Also, we now
have a creamery whose business may be
further developed as herds and
production is increased; The Ashland
Creamery, makers o f Gold Medal butter
and ice cream.
Inviting reductions in roundtrip fares for sum
mer season. Now you cap visit California at sur
prisingly low cost. Plan a trip to San Francisco;
enjoy the interesting, cosmopolitan city by the
Golden Gate. Rc-create in tonic bav hreeres.
Similar low fares to southern California points.
G o to Los Angeles, Hollywood, Santa Barbara—
on to San Diego if you wish.
Examples of Summer Rowndtrifr Fares:
While our supply lasts
16 Day Limit
Oct. 31 Limit
W e should like to see a healthy increase
in the dairy business throughout the Ash
land and Talent districts.
San Francisco ................. $19.75 $23.50
.Trains -t ugiven am ¿tours o.
arrival; the famous Shasta and the O u.,o.u....
daily. Ask vour local a^ent for reservations.
F i r s t N a t i o n a l B a n k
COM M ERCIAL -
<* SAFE DEPOSIT
G. F. Cramer,
t i l
A CALUMET KID FREE
Get One Before They Are All Gone
A GOOD LINE OF FRESH VEGETABLES
We Deliver Free Inside City Limits
N otice o f Intention to Lay Out
and Open a T w e lv e -F o o t A lley-
w ay from Beach
A v e n u e to
Vista Street, in the City o f
Ashland, O regon
N O T IC E
R e c o r d e r ’ » O f f ic e , Ashland, O r e
gon, July 26, 1927
Stand over a hot stove this kind o f
when you can have any
kind of cake you
CALUMET BAKING POWDER at 27c
IT M A Y C O N C E R N
Naylor, the Rowleigh man is
here to stay. 44 Morton street
to order, by simply telephoning
benefits incident thereto. Said
Board will meet at 10 o’clock a. m.
on August 2nd, 1927, at the in
tersection o f the proposed alley-
way and Beach Avenue.
The names o f the owners o f lots
or parcels of land affected by the
opening o f such proposed alley-
WHEREAS, the Common Coun-i way are Geo. N. Kramer, L. W.
cil o f the City o f Ashland. Ore- Moore Estate, Mrs. G. M. Lowe,
gon, has deemed it expedient to i W. J. Lane and other persons own-
lay out and open an alley from ing property not required for oc-
Beach Avenue to Vista Street in cupation by such proposed alley-
said City, and
| way but which the viewers may
WHEREAS, the said Common consider benefited thereby
Council has caused such proposed
By order o f the Common Coun
alleyway to be surveyed and a plat cil o f Ashland, Oregon,
thereof filed in the office o f the
— Sw enning D ependable Paint
adopted at a meeting o f said Coun-j
Date o f first publication July
cil on the 19th day o f July, 1927, 20, 1927.
Rev. Hugh T. Mitchelmore, who 5
has returned from the
Lithia Springs Beau-
meeting o f the Synod o f Oregon
to all parties interested that W. tv Parlor, Georgia Young, pro
at Eugene will preach in the Pres-;
C. Mitchell, B. M. Shoudy and W. prietor. has moved to 42 third
hyterian church Sunday morning
A. Patrick have been appointed street by the Vendome Hotel. Mrs.
on the Subject “ Jesus" and in the
a Board o f Viewers to view such Young has a cool, roomy
evening upon the theme “ The
proposed alleyway and to make nnd solicits all customers to drop
assessment o f the damages and in or call 328-R.
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Wtlah. of
Burlingame,* California were in
Ashland this week, visiting at the
W. H. Day home, on their return
from a northern outing which ex
tended as far north as Vancouver,
British Columbia. The
were old time acquaintances of
the Days in Iowa.
The newest shades and fancy
weaves in Fall Suitings at Paul-
Don’ t forget “ Amateur Night" j
Friday, July 29, 7:30 at the Arm-j
: ory, Home Talent, selected from ]
different points in Southern Ore- (
Klamath Falls— Great North-
; era Railroad to begin work a t !
once on Klamath rail terminal.
saymill to be built here.
“ Quality and Cleanliness Prevail”
132 E. Main S t ------- Ashland, Oregon