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Fight Fans, Be the Guests of the Vining, X-L Electric and Register at Vining Theatre Thursday Eve.
The circnlatioa of
this I »
• ue i« more than
la Southern Oregon
FO R M ER LY C E N T R A L PO IN T A N D A S H L A N D A M E R IC A N
Y. M. C.A.
S E P T E M B E R 20, 1927.
Local People Have Interest
ing Auto Trip in Northwest
Secretary W a lt e r Submits Hi» A n
Y e a r »'
but the land seems to be poor and
On Sunday morning August light but a good deal open fo r
21st G. S. Butler and wife, and ■ cultivation.
Em.! P^il and w ife started f< r the,
Bend 30 miles is located on a
Lou Hanson was elected to fill ! unknown region 'to usl c f Central' hiva bed. Population 6000. Lies
the unexpired term ol the late
Orefr<.n in Peil’s Hudson nuto, Dy pretty on Deschutes river. Where
O. Anderson, on the Board of di- j bg way Qf Klamath Falls
and they have moved the rocks away
rectors of the Y. M. C. A. at a , Eort Klamath.
on their lots and have piled ■them
meeting of the board held in 1 ion-1 j am writing this narat.ve net up in artistic stonewalls and haul-
per Hall last night. Mr. Hanson to criticize but from an instructive ed dirt in place, they have min-
was also named chairman o f the and descriptive observation for j aged to make the grass and flow-
finance committee and G. A. Bris those readers that hare not had ers grow with plenty o f sprinkl-
coe was elected treasurer. The the privilege o f visiting or travel-1 ing. Two Lurabermills support the
board designated the week o f Oc ing over the territory that we coy- I place and some sheep raising we
tober 16th, as Y M C A Budget ered.
were told. Their big rustic hotel
Naomi Leedom and Beth week.
Should any of my remarks th a t! is good with a good view from the
Joy to Represent Co. In
John H. Rudd o f the
North I may make about places and con- dining room west across the riv-
west Executive council, attended dition o f soil be objectionable to er: first day drive. I>eaving Bend
this meeting and will be in Ash any one that may read this and early in the morning fo r
land all this week, assisting in take offense will say that I de mond 20 mile* we turned to the
SCHOOLS W IN N E R
formulating plans for the new scribe same as I saw it as we drove right to Prineville 20 miles, most
Ashland and Surrounding years’ work, and for the budget through.
o f the land is the same tableland
almost worthless with the excep
H i ( h E U v a tio a
District Schools Take drive.
Secretary W. P. Walter sub
Leaving Wood River
valley tion o f a little valley midway
Majority of Prizes
mitted his annual report fo r the above Fort Klamath
the road where they had irrigation and bet
years’ activitiee a summary
o f wound up the bank to the table ter land. Prineville is situated in
Naomi Leedom and Beth Joy, o f j which ig u foUowg.
land above at an
elevation o f a sink from the main plateu 7 or
Ashland will represent this county
Annual report o f the Secretary
about 5500. This land is almost 8 hundred feet below the valley
at the State Fair to be held in Ashland Y. M. C. A. Club work:
Salem, as the result o f their being | 1. Hi-Y Club 25 boys 15 to 18. level covered with scrawney Tarn- is about 12 or 15 miles across each
rack trees. The soil seems too way, so its almost round, with the
named the winner in the county
1. Comrade Club 10 boys 15 to \ poor to support even those.
bare bluffs from the tableland
canning demonstration held at 18.
Crescent 50 miles from Fort sticking up all around it. They
the close o f the Jackson county
4. Pioneer Clubs 60 boys 12 to Klamath, only a Service station. claim 1300 population with rich
products show Saturday. Medford
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Lafine 8 miles population about land and plenty o f water from the
newspapers in commenting on
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200 plenty o f water for irrigation
their work, declared it to be “ an
IS TO BE FREE
With the first football game of
the season to be played next Sat
urday between the Crescent City
I High school team and the local
high school team intensive train-
| ing has been the order o f Coach
| Cripe in an effort to whip a
j green line into shape for the com-
| ing conflict.
The Vining Theatre, The
X L Electric, and The
Regiater to be Hoata
This has been a problem
some magnitude wh»n it is consid-
ered that with the exception o f
possibly three men, the Ashland
High school line will be composed
largely o f new and inexperienced
Fir*t Thur»day in Oct. U
Named for Ashland’s
D EC O R ATE W IN D O W S
The backfield has caused little
trouble so far. with practically all Local Products W ill be
letter men on hand, and i f the
line can be developed sufficiently
local foot ball fans need have lit
Ashlands’ Fall Harvest Festival
tle fear of the ground gainers
Tha A »hl»n d Register, the
hark o f the line holding up their will be held on Thursday October
Vining theatre, and the
6th according to the decision >f
end o f any argument.
Electric company will be the
Saturday’s game will he played the general committee, at a meet-
combined hosts to fight fans
in the afternoon and it is predict- [ ing held yesterday afternoon at
Thursday evening at six o’
ed that an exceptionally large Millers’ Toggery.
clock where a special arrang e
Committ'-es lor the
crowd will be on hand to greet the
ment, through Guy Good of
the electric company ■ Rad
named, while the chairman o f
iol* Tw enty- E if b t will broad
each committee will make up the
cast direct from the ring side,
the fight return» of the Demp
was high at this meeting and ev
sey - Tunney
ery effort wil be made to make
this one o f the outstanding days
The first round is scheduled to |
in Ashland. Every effo rt will be
start at six o’clock Ashland time. I
to bring before the pub-
and it is advised that you he early
First Count 8how» Them to Be |jc the products o f the soil around
to assure yourself o f a seat.
Exceptionally Good Time is Had Captain William M. B rigg» C om
All Bunched Together
' Ashland, and J. H. Fuller heads
Late last night and again at six
by Member» of Local Faculty
Result in Doubt
plete» T w o W eek * W n ' l
a committee to take care o f this
o ’clock a thorough tri-out was giv
phase o f the work. This will In
en the set at the theatre and it
The first count o f the Candi clude the decorating o f all vacant
was found that by means o f the dates in the “ Miss Popularity Con
windows as well as appropriate
The annual party given by the
Captain William Briggs, local
special power speaker distant ra test” finds them all bunched in the
members o f the Ashland school i attorney and officer in the re
dio broadcasting stations were re greatest “ free for all” ever he'd
board to the teachers o f the pub- j serve 529th Coast Artillery, re
V. D. Miller will be in charge
ceived with ease, while K G W and here. It is anybody’s race, and with
lic schools of Ashland was held at turned. Monday from two weeks
stunts for the day, and already
some o f the closer ones that will the many candidates and their
the Civic Club house on Winburn spent in the Reserve officers train
be broadcasting direct from the campaign managers all claiming he has completed plan« fo r some
Way, last Saturday evening, Sep- ing school at Camp McQuade, Cap-
novei and interesting events that
ring side, filled the beautiful thea
Member 17th. The attractive rooms itola California, where he receiv- tre as clearly as if you were at victory the final result promises to will he an excellent attraction. W.
he in doubt until the last vote is p W ..ll(prg bp8dg tbp committ## on
o f the clubhouse were made more ed a special work in anti-aircraft
the ring side.
counted at 9 P M. on the night o f prises and will work out the details
beauti*’;l by baskets o f flowers procedure. The local I'to rn ey had
Through this arrangement fight September 30th.
and fruit. The table at which a a total o f fift y three minutes in
o f a long list o f prizes to be of-
are assured o f having a most
The candidates o f the Mis. Pop- fprpd for unugllaI ew n U and at_
cafeteria supper was served was the air while gone, and upon on»
exceeding attractive with a cen trip up. had the unusual exper comfortable place to enjoy the re ularity Contest for the Lithians | tractions
Ear, ¿ row ,, rhairTnan of
terpiece o f French marigolds, sur ience o f traveling 175 miles an turns and in addition, those who coming Indoor Circus to be helu
rounded by golden horns o f plenty hour straight down, with the mo come early will enjoy a delightful in Ashland October 3rd to 8th «re j ent , rtainfn«.nt cornmittpp 8nd
,,,.ng fa)1 for mugjc b t
from which emerged a rrofusion tors o f the army plane running organ recital by George J. Hayes making munv o f the old timers
organist at the Vining. Through here in the political game sit up|or tbrpp h„ ndg
ig, gtrget aU
o f luscious fruit. Two silver phea full blast.
sants also graced the table and e f
The parachutes as perfected a special ararngement at five- and take notice. The candidates' tractions. and while the esw n ittM
fect was unique.
were o f unusual interest the local thirty Mr. Hayes will take his are not making any rash promises | wag dpfinit<, o n th ig i
Mrs. D. Perozzi gave the speech man said. They were thought to place at the organ and from then but are making their campaign on j thought lh<,rp mj|rbt bp . frpe hgr.
o f welcome to the teachers.
be very nearly perfect, and in until the fight returns start corn- a well laid platform o f fun and bt,ctlp ,unch
will entertain the Vining, amusement. They promise that all fr ,.g attrllotiong.
During the evening there was many testa have proved themselves,
much enjoyment in a variety o f to be valuable. "W e were told that X L Electric and Register guests. pre-election promises and speeches
The general committee will meet
There will be absolutely no will be fulfilled, and that they will j
stunts and games. There was
in the event o f an accident,
Wednesday evening at 7:30 at the
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guessing contest fo r which prizes were to jump head first down and f barge fnr *bis evening o f enter
Chamber o f Commerce where a
were given and were won by Misa count to three before pulling the tainment the three local business *
report will be mar c on the pro
string that opened it up.While institution* joining together
Cora Mason and Miss Clark.
gress so far.
One o f the clever surprises o f those men who had tried them give Ashland people an opportun
The complete co -nittees are as
the evening was the
imported out in tests said it was not bad, I ity to enjoy this event with
was thankful that it did not fall minimum o f discomfort.
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Local Firma Combine in
Inviting Southern Ore.
To Hear Fight Returna
E WILL SPEAK SCHOOL BOARO H0SÌS RESERVE OERCER IS
ON PIONEER DAY
HOME FROM TRAINING
l B h
outstanding event o f the after
Six teams will represent
county in various phases of club i
activities, at the state fair as the ,
result o f the contests.
Southern Oregon Old Timer» W il l
Prize winners were as follows:
Gather for Annual Reunion
1. Ashland, Washington.
Arrangements are set for the
1. Ashland, Washington.
'51st annual reunion o f the Pioneer
Special original drawing—
Society o f Southern Oregon to be
i held at Ashland on Thursday of
this week, which will be held in
1. Medford, Junior High.
Lithia Park at the Pioneer Hal!
! and at the Civic Improvement Club
1. Ashland Washington.
House. The program will be given
2. Medford Junior high.
at the Pioneer Building and the
Manual training exercises—
annual banquet will be spread in
1. Medford Junior High.
the Civic Club house adjoining.
Except for the last award, which
The address o f the day will be
was $8, the usual run of prizes
was $1.50 for firsts, $1.00 for sec- given by Mr. William H. Gore of
ond, and 50 cents for third places. Medford, member o f one o f the
old pioneer families of the county.
Ciasi 1--- Grade» 1-2-3
A program o f music by an Ashland
Best free hand drawing—
male quartet will be interspersed
with other numbers.
Best paper cutting—
1. Medford Washington.
This society was organized in
¡1876 at Ashland under the inspir
3. Medford Lincoln.
ation o f J. M. Sutton, a pioneer
Best illustrated story—
newspaper man here, now deceas
ed, and the reunions have been
2. Medford Lincoln.
recurring annual events which
3. Ashland Washington.
have been greatly enjoyed by the
FIRST FOOT BAIE
ARE IN CLOSE RACE
Class 11— Grades 4-5-6
old timers and their families each
Best Palmer Method writing—
year, the gatherings
1. Medford Washington.
between Jacksonville and this city.
Many o f the members o f the so
ciety have passed on but the or-1
Drawing in pencil, charcoal, ink
According to those who were !
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to my lot to have to make such a
G. M. Green, S. A. Peters Jr.;
fortunate enough to get the sta- ^
1. Medford Washington.
W it h !F>* nk n#mi,ton- A - C. Joy, Olen
tions broadcasting direct at the ^ ,r‘ * Meeting Id Friday
2i Ashland Washington.
DIES IN P O R T L A N D
ringside during the Dempsey-Shar-
REGISTER TO PRINT
Decoration: J. H. Fuller, chair
fight, it was possihle to hear
man: E. G. Harland, G. M. Frost,
Best original posters—
Mrs. J. W. Losher o f Portland
H U G H SCH O O L PAPER key
the thud o f the padded gloves as
form er resident o f this city died
Aaaocla- Ralph Koozer, H. C. Galey and D.
one fighter connected with a well
Saturday evening September 17th,
3. Medford Washington.
The Ashland Register will print
timed punch and the cheers o f the t,on o f Linco,n "<■ h° o1 h*'1
! at her home in Portland.
the high school paper “ The Rogue mnVutp7e’V0u"l7he^pUinlv” heard'Í <'eption,,,y
meeting |pst W S m " ’ Br i l v ^ H ^ ' l " ’ ^ " ' T 5
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Mrs. Losher wm» horn in Indians News, according to the terms o f whiIp t tb finish the familiar Krid* y * ft*’rTloi>n n the school
H. L. Claycomb,
York Night Clubs to ho Brought
jin 1860, and was 67 years o f age
• at the time « f her 1'a ’ i. She hnd paper is a four column publloa- thousands o f listeners, just like he pr' ,’M‘nt t0 discuss various phases Davenhill and Abe Dunn.
Marcine Hastings Is
Prizes: W. P. Walters. Henry
been ill fo r some months and her tlon to be issued twice a month. WB,
,g o f the work for the coming year,
Taken to Specialists
Have you ever seen a night
McNair, Clint Baugh-
death was not unexpected.
,s some , prospect o f the
th<> kind o f an PntPrtajnFnPnt th. t Mr" ’ V
o f the man and Hal
; club? Have you ev*r wanted to
__ . .
, I ‘ ne ama or an entertainment that . .
7 ’ D ----- ' President
R a ln h Riilln_
Mrs. Losher is survived by her P*P”
7 *": ■ ;
nr.v.d-1 n „ r « l . y
: '■*■'«'■ - T. A. pr..ld,d
" " t j
Marcine, the six-year year old «ee one? Well, your wish Is shout
dsughter o f Mr. snd Mrs. Vera to be gratified. Thursday and Fri- husband, J. W. Losher, -one son
*end one or more delegatee to the
Hastings had the misfortune to day is the date on which Gilds Ralph Losher snd two grand
Parent-Teachers Convention which
fall and break her arm near th e 1 Gray’s new Paramount picture daughters. Ardath and Beraita year, as many inches o f advertis
ing has already been contracted
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will convene In l a Grande In the MRS. O TTIE PHELPS
elbow, late yesterday afternoon "Cabaret” reaches the
for. The first issue srill appear
near future. There was also a fav
while playing with fnends. The Theatre.
DIED YESTER D AY
N A M E D GRIZILIES orable discussion o f plsns fo r a
some time this week.
break was o f such a serious na
Club Costignn. with its liveried V A L L E Y V IE W BOYS
cafeteria to be operated at the
Mrs. Ottie Pheps, w ife o f E. E.
ture that it was thought best to doorman, high-jacking waiters,
G O T O STATE FAIR
The Ashland High School foot
A. H. Zimmerman, manager o f
Lincoln school building this | year.
and a well-known resident
take her to specialista and Mr. and fizsed bands and bandits, giddy
ball team, wil be officially known
passed away Mon-
Mrs Hastings left last night f o r |rjr |,
The Ashland Valley View Club the Lithia Springs Hotel returned as the “ Grizzilies,” according to Many o f the teacher« and a num -»o i t*,i"
Portland with the little girl, where
men bootleggers and boot-
?*ve out o f the six prizes of- Sunday from a few days business an announcement made by Cap ber o f the pupils would take ad-1 d* jr « ^ m o o n after a brief III-
vantage o f tbs cafeteria, and when n*‘M- Mr*- Pbrip* was sixty ons
she W i l l be placed undert be care Hckers. Is the background against ^ red at the Jackson county pro trip spent in Portland.
tain Abbot recently. The team has
the building was constructed a r m n o t * f * at ths time o f her
o f specialists.
j wbieh "Cabaret" takes place.
j ducts show. This showing was an
long felt the need o f a name to room for that purpose was equipp death, and leaves a host o f frisnds
It is expected
v awnxa that
m o w
B I .
u w i i u g -
V IIIU B
IB U 1 F P » > o r
1TI W H O
_ _ _ _
ed. A committee will report on the to mourn her ptM inf.
will retain Friday, while Mrs her squalid e«rt side Gat to win *ud*ra. •"<» th* Valley View young F 'r * Nat,onal Bank left Monday how *',m' ,hl^ ot demarkation
at the next meeting. The
Funeral services will be held «t
id the little girl will success as a dancer— and does. fo,k* wh® w,>r* responsible came t ” r • brief bueineae trip to Port- between them and “
play shed which Is one o f the im the J. C Dodge snd Sons fn n s ry
foot ball team.” ant
ler arm is more fully Tom Moore, one o
n’imeroii* ' in
fo r * • preat
* * * < * deal
« • > o f praise
May until her
r.f f the
portant thing« the P. T. A. will parlors en Wednesday i f t i r Z M i
Moor* brother*, plays opposite the
Harold Fish and Kieth Lennox
ly the name "Grisailles" will be
this ye«r, will be taken op •t two thirty, with Rev. G a f f a *
Hugh Batea, son of Mr. and
! star: cmk-al Chester Conklin ea- aiD get to go to the State Fair at
the official cognomen o f the high
fully at the next meeting, o f the Presbyterian church
Bureaa o f Agriculture will o p -J »«*» ber father. Robert G. Vignola Salem to
school repreaeataUves on the grid-
»m e arrangements made for charge. Interment will be mads In
directed this picturiaatioa o f Ow-1 there as a result o f their show- fined to hie home, since Saturday
w: Northwest economica office
the Mountain View cemetery.
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i ea F a n s ' o r^ ia al screen story.
1 ing at the loeal exhibition.
j with a aerare attack o f »onaürtia.‘roa.
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