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About The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1927)
> TomImsonT Sirs. H T C C la y - ^ r friends and bridge will be th*
the ut the fact that the graduate* of
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Isaacs re "her tnree grandchildren
the Normal school are able to comb, Mrs. Earl Crow, Mrs. Dom diversion.
The Bible school at the Chris turned from Portland Thursday Ashland schools.
Provost. Mrs. Arthur Coggins, and
tian church expects to have a good morning after spending several
Miss Genevieve Crowley plans teach in every grammar grade.
three Medford ladies, Mrs. Coker,
program and a big time on Rally days on a business trip.
to attend the Ashland Normal;
Weston— New $80,000 school,
Mrs. Jerry O’Neal and her moth Miss Esther Crowley is in High tary o f the Chamber o f Commerce Mrs. Richardson and Mrs. Hage-
house to be dedicated October 7.
dorn and Mrs. C. J. Read.
We take this means o f asking er Mrs. Abbot o f Yreka, Califor School, and Edwin is attending
Wheeler county will build Fo».
B. H. Hedrick and family o f every body to come, who is not nia spent the day yesterday in Junior High.
introduced by V. V. Mills, Presi-
This afternoon. Mrs. Backus
UadHord visited with home folks attending Bible school elsewhere Medford on business.
O. H. Cole, who conducts a rab- dent ot th* Chamber,
road, 11 miles.
wdl again be hostess to a group
•m B street Friday evening.
Our aim is 300 but let us put her
Ralph Losher, w ife and
two bit farm on Walker avenue, just
PI* n’ for the “ nnua! rummage
K. E. Hasley and wife o f Klam over the top. Let every body come daughters and Mrs. Burroughs of outside o f the city limits, on tl)e j ®**e and flower show in connec-
jtfc Falls were Ashland visitors and help swell the crowd.
Portland, returned to that city old Normal school road, was in t*011, were also dicussed at this
— Dance at Belleview,
Friday yesterday evening. They were here town attending to matters in con- meeting.
night, Sept. 23rd. Good music. to attend the funeral o f the late nection with his farm yesterday. 1
i n . A. L. H ijv e v is having
Mrs. J. W. Losher. Mr. Losher is
Mr. and Mrs. J. W\ Mills, Jr., o f
Sh ower f o r Recent
f roof put on her house which Men 50c and Women 25c.
Friday a son o f the deceased.
I add much to the looks o f her — Dance at Belleview,
Morton street had as their guests
night, Sept. 23rd. Good music.
Miss Ora King who accompan for the week end. Mrs. Wm. Rich-
On Wednesday evening. Miss
Men 50c and Women 25c.
ied the Losher family to Ashland ter and son Walter Richter of Marjory Crouch, assisted by Miss
J. A. Putman of 668 Holly
Mr. and Mrs. Van Orden of will visit friends in Medford fo r a Duluth, Minn. Mrs. Richter and Margaret Churchman and Miss Lil-
visited friends on B street
Fresno, California are
visiting few days. Miss King was Mrs. Mr. Walter Richter and Mr. a nd li*n Olson, entertained a group o f
with the Warren family on Fith Losher’s nurse and she ‘■as many Mrs. J. O. Coffin parents of Mrs. friends at a miscellaneous shower
Mm. Addle Wilson o f Medford
street. Mr. and Mrs. Van Orden friends in the valley
Mills, also from Duluth, were din- for a recent bride, Mrs. Grover
tad her daughter, Mrs.
Kirk Davis, popular baseball ner guests Friday evening. Mr. Leach, formerly Miss Ruth Ander-
Mr. and Mrs. Warren will
i s f i « and family of Klamath
the Josephine pitcher left Tuesday for Los An Walter Richter is an official o f »on.
-aBs, visited their 'mother and take the trip to
geles where he expects to play -he Canadian National Railway.
Music, Games and dancing oc-
craadmother, Mrs. A. L. Harvey
winter ball. His many friends wish The Richters enjoyed the warm cupied the evening hours, after
•aa day this week.
ing for Eugene to re-enter the him continued success in the base weather and said they hadn’t had ( which regreshments were served,
J . O . Johnson Jr., went to San
a summer day in Duluth for three Many useful and lovely gifts were
'eemeimcn, Friday evening to visit University fo r his second year.
Wayne Ramsey who is employ years. Saturday they left for Los presented to the guest o f honor
The Misses Nina and Hazel Em
brother, Ed. Johnson who is
ed by the Southern Pacific Com Angeles, Calif.
r«B*b»ed in the S.
P. Hospital ery, Mrs. E. C. Thompson and pany in this city has gone to the
You will find our stock complete. Each hat
Mr. and Mrs. Clawson o f Neb
St udy Club to M eet
having undergone a major Mrs. Ray Gearhart were
and depicts the latest idea in mens’ head-
those who attended the vaud'eTillU |
P‘ CÍ,ÍC Ho’ P¡UI ,n * * " raska were in the park Wednes-j
The Ashland Music fetudy club
n. Mr. Johnson ip n*j
‘ rranciBco for an operation. Mr.
wear for fall.
day and wanted it said that this ’ill meet at the home o f Mrs. E.
be doing as well as could I in Medford Wednesday evening.
| Ramsey is a brother o f Mrs. Myrtle
park was the most beautiful that
. Wood on Monday evening at
! Harrington who is employed at
they had ever visited in all their
Man ysnap and roll brim models with plain
the Lithia Springs Pharmacy.
’ ravels through nearly all
or fancy bands— Colors that will harmonize
Mr. and Mrs. J. Thornton left
’ tates. They could hardly believe
Mrs. Backus Entertains
Wednesday morning on a plea
1 with fall apparel.
:t was a natural park.
Mrs. Phillip Backus entertain-
sure trip that will embrace Klam
d graciously Thursday after
ath Falls, Bend, then return by
.0 0 and
noon, it being the first o f two
way o f the McKenzie Highway to
bridge parties which she is giving
Roaeburg. From there they will
this week. Mrs. Backus received
motor down the coast and then on
home again. They expect to be
A picnic dinner was given in twelve ladies who made up the
gone a number o f days.
Lithia Park W’ ednesday noon i three tables o f bridge, and prizes
Friends o f Mrs. Walter Everton honor o f Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Allen were given fo r high and low
will be glad to learn that she is o f Oakland, California. The long scores. Mrs. Earl Crow won first
getting along very nicely.
Mrs. dining table fairly groaned under prize and Mrs. H. L. Claycomb
Everton recently underwent an op the weight o f the good things to received the consolation.
eration at the St. Vincent hospital oa*. such as Roast nnrk,
The hostess served after the
W h e r e y o u r d o lla r h a t m o re cen ts
chicken, mashed potatoes. baked games, and her guests were Mrs
cheese, Andrew McGee, Mrs John En
Miss Helen Anderson, Dean of beans, sliced tomatoes,
women at Southern Oregon Nor pickles, jelly, cake, pie and straw-1 ders, Mrs. Henry End<r*
berry short cak°, milk and coffee.
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mal school, who has been spending
A very enjoyable time was had
several weeks vacation in
by all. Those present were Mr. and ■
Francisco and other
Mrs. O. E. Allen, Mr. and Mrs.
T h is beautiful 3 piece breakfast set— o
cities, is expected to return to
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Kramer and son Foss. Mrs. __
lition in our window
shows toe results ea
fe t í
M. Riley. Mrs. M. V. Norman. Mrs.
William Henry Lee and Kath E. L. Atkinson, Mrs. E. Angwin,
ccomplished when the tuabhiug is done with
erine Dodge both from Chico, Cali Mrs. L. W. House, Mrs. S. L. Al-
fornia, were married
6 len. "^liss S. Fox and Miss Davis r; -
o’clock Wednesday at the PjTaz- Applegnt“ . A fter dinner a photo
nrene Parsonage by the Revj P. was taken o f the group.
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The Parent Teachers Associa
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latives in Ashland.
will hold its first mceOng o f the
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Mrs. Phoebe Harry has moved y«-«r *t
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R e gu la r M e e t in g o f C ivic Club
The regular m e tin g o f the W o
men’s Civic Club was held at the
club house on
W’ ay, !
Tuesday afternoon, and there was
a very good attendance, and a
most interesting meeting. Mrs. G. |
A. Briscoe, president o f the club 1
presided, and Mrs. Sylvan Provost
and Mrs. W. L. Maxey were host
President J. A. Churchill, o f the
Southern Oregon Normal School
gave a talk explaining the educa-
tional advantages o f the Normal
being located here, and pointing j j
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The f e n a t i Store
Store Demonstration, September 26 and 27
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