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H L A N D R E G IS T E R
ren, Mrs. Samuel Gosney, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
cuco, Pacific Regional secretary
Mr.. O. G. Tyrer and daughter Samuel Gosney.
Minnie Ferrel, Mrs. Albert Lich were Yreka visitors Wednesday.
fo r the National Council Y. M. C. Ruth, »on Otis and Miss Alice
Mrs. John Clybum passed away
ens and daughter Helen, Mrs.
Mrs. C. Burns o f Hilt was a
A. and F. M. Duckies of
San I Johnson motored to Ashland Sun- at her home here Friday morning,
Mary Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Sev business visitor here Saturday.
Francisco, associate state Y. M. I day.
Sept. 30th at the age of 32 years.
ert Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Wm. Stone and daughter Virna
C. A. secretary for Northern Cali-1
Mrs. Roy Pemberton o f Copco She leaves to mourn her passing
Bloomingcamp, Mrs. Hugh O’Don motored to Yreka Wednesday.
fornia, and F, A. Crosby,
o f w s. a Hombrook visitor Sunday. her husband and five children,
MRS. C. J. R E A D , Editor
nell, Mrs. Nets Dennis and daugh
Potiand, boys work Secretary for
Mrs. Percy Foster and Mrs. E.
R e.. Phono 3 2 « R
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Vail o f Hilt the youngest being a baby boy ter Emmarie, Mrs. Mary Camp
the Northwest Council Y. M. C. A. were Sunday guests of Mr. and i born Sept. 27th. She was laid to
Hzertager o f Hilt were transacting
I rest in the Evergreen cemetery in
business here Wednesday.
Annual Reception October 14th
Miss C o ffe e and M i » Applegate will be in Ashland Tuesuay a...i Mrs. Severt Johnson.
Yreka Saturday afternoon. Rev. gene, and John and Allie Hutchin-
Wednesday, Oct. 11 and 12 to talk;
Dr. J. Roy Jones and son Jun
Ed Seikel was a Montague busi-
A get-acquainted party and re- i
' over plans for a Northwest Rail-
Charles Miller officiating.
ior of Sacramento spent the week
ness visitor Saturday.
ception for the faculty members | Miaa Georgta Coffee and Miss road 'Voung Men’s
L. L. Fortna and family moved
end as the guest o f his mother,
She has been
a resident of
o f the Normal school and high Gladys Applegate entertained th* which ia to be held in January or
Mr- and Mrs- Ira Dye o f Weed
to Dunsmuir Thursday wh?re Mr. Mrs. Susan Jones.
school, together with the Oregon members of the Auxiliary to Trin- February. While in the city the were Sunday guests o f Mr. and
Fortna is employed by the S. P. Tom R uff and Jo Gilmore re
Normal school s t u d e n t s, i is ity Guild Wednesday evening. The men w i|| confer wjth secretary W. Mrs- L,°y d Preye*-
won many friends who deeply
turned from Red Bluff last week.
is being planned for this evening
assembled at the Parish p. W alter of the local Y. M. C. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sanders and regret her passing. She
at the Methodist church. A pro-(Houie at 8 «/d o «* and
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Minich, of
children and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel beautiful Christian character and
gram of merit will be rendered and tables were arranged for the play-
Gosney were Hilt visitors Sunday. a member o f the Baptist Church. Dunsmuir last week to work in Yreka were business visitors here
H O R N B R O O K NEWS
a general tcoodtime, with refresh- ( ¡r,g of brdige. This was the ini—
attended Tom Herbigs place for a few days Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Deal and Those from here who
as Tom has been on thq sick list.
ments at the close of the evening Ga| ,^„.¡„1 gathering of the Aux-!
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Luc^ and R.
children and Frank Deal of Kla the services in Yreka were Mr. j Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bray and
will be planned.
I iiiary for this year, and a m ost, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Call, Kirk
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math Falls were guests o f Carl
Preparations are going forward congenial evening was spent. Love-! Cowan and son Scott of Dunsmuirj rC*’ !' <-* **'*,”
. „ - . . . i student reception,
i.__ U.. by . L the
______ o » f Mrs. I U eal S u n d a y .
for . ♦ the
host-' I ____
spent . Sunday at the L home
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lowe, Wm.
given in honor of the faculty and esses for winning scores, and were Jane Franson.
Lowe and Walter Clauson left
student body of the Southern Ore-j won by Mrs. John Enders and Miss!
Mrs. Arnold o f Yreka visited lasti w e e k fne n few Hsvs stnv in
gon Normal at the auditorium of , Ksthline Silver. After the close • f , her daughter, Mrs. Albert Wagner, Fastern Oregon
the school building next Friday [the games, small supper taBies iast Week.
Mrs. Marion Gosney and child
evening, October 14th. There wil* were prepared for serving very
. . . . 1 1 Gordan Jacobs was a } reka ren o f Dunsmuir are guests this
be a program of music and danc- tempting refreshments. Miss War
I visitor Saturday.
week at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
“ The Theatre
ing, with refreshments during the jorie Gillette of San Francisco
Fred Bloomingcamp and Wm.
course o f the evening’s entertain- was an out-of-town guest.
went. Miss Helen Anderson, dean
J Cowan motored to Yreka on busi-
Watch This Space For Coming Attractions
of women at the college, ii acting
neBa " eilnesday.
chairman in charge o f plans and I The
Pinkerton Call and Nelson Rich-
preparations for the reception.
spent a few days
sponsored by by the ladies o f the ardson of Merced
I Civic club, was held at the Civic last week with C “ 11’4 mother> Mrs-
Drive for Members
' clubhouse Tuesday and Wedn-s Tran,on-
noted for their
The schools have been carrying day o f this wejk, was very much
Mrs. C. E. Tyrer of Klamath
Buck Jones in
on a Parent-Teacher drive this i o f a success.
Many articles ol Falls came over Monday to get
beauty and charm
week, which ends today.
The j clothing and all kir.d.* o f wearing her little son Richard who has
“ THE W A R HORSE”
o f outline.
teacheqyi, the parents and the stud- apparel were brought to the club- been staying for the past
ents are soliciting members. The house and for a small sum, was week» with his grandparents, Mr-
class bringing in the most new purchased by someone who could and Mrs. G. O. Tyrer.
members will be privileged to se make good use o f it. This is an
Sometime between dark and
lect as a prize for their efforts annual event, and this year’s sue- (j;15 Sunday evening some one en-
A let the Laughter, Linger Linger Love Farce ’
something useful for the school. cess was due to the civic club thru a back window, the drug
right fixture for
ladies, under the direction o f Mrs. Btore Df Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Drie-i
“ SERVICE FOR LADIES”
Afternoon Party at Civic Club
George A. Briscoe, club president
while they were motoring
Rccvption at R«v. Murphy’s Home down the Klamath River, about
Cards o f invitation to an after
On Friday evening. Rev. and $75 in money and a flashlight was
Monday and Tuesday—
noon party have been issued by Mrs. J. E. Murphy were host and; taken a8 far as has been ascertain - 1
Mrs. Wm. M. Briggs, Mrs. B. B. hostess to over thirty young peo- ed The game „¡^ht someone pried
LAST D AY!
Clara Bow in
Balls, Mrs. G. E. Dunn, Mrs. J. V. pie, at their home on B street, j (oose one of the oil pumps of th e!
Miller. Mrs. V. D. Miller,
and when they held a reception for stough store and took a quantity'
“ H U LA ”
Mrs. S. A. Peters, Jr., which w ill! the young people o f the Full Gos- j Qf oil.
A breathless love drama from a best seller novel
be given at the Civic Club house j pel church, with invited guests
John and Allie Hutchinson who j
on the afternoon of Wednesday, from the n o rm * school and high spt>nt th# w#ek end at Tule U ke I
October 12th. Bridge and Needle school.A singularly happy evening' returned home Monday
W ednesday and Thursday—
work will form the afternoon's di was spent with games and music,
Mrs. Walter Bray and daughter
and Mrs. Murphy served refresh- ...
Bebe Daniels in
! Mias Virna, and Mr. and Mrs. Hen-
ments to her guests before their.
The If e x a li Stan
Mitiionary S o c ie t y M isti
departure. Other receptions and i
C1*U9° " at^ " ded / omon*
“ SWIM GIRL SW IM ”
A t the
The Woman’s Missionary So parties of this kind are being Gran<fP at Galelle Saturday;
C. Hendrix of \ reka visited
ciety of the Methodist Episcopal planned by Rev. and Mrs. Murphy
Church is holding a meeting this
j Gordon Jacobs and Wm. Rob
afternoon at the home of Mrs. church.
erts who have been hunting came
Homer Billings on North Main
home the proud possessors o f a
street. A social hour will follow
Fred M. Hansen, of San Fran- three point buck.
the busineas meeting.
NATIO N W ID E
‘where savings are greatest’
OCTOBER 7th TO 15th INCLUSIVE
BOYS! HERE IS AN OPPORTUNITY
A Dandy Foot ball
Regulation size, strongly made, a high
grade ball, at a realy remarkable value
They sell regularly for $1.50, now—
Black Japaned finish, hood crimped on, a
handy house hold article at a very low price
during this sale. They regularly sell for 15c
ATTACHM ENT PLUG
Everything is fascinating when the new season opens— but
especially a frock such as one of these that can be worn time
and again this Fall and Winter. Trim and smart for the
street—more feminine for afternoon.
CORD AND PLUG SET
Interchangable with other standard plugs,
during the sale, only—
Fits any electric appliance, six foot cord
with swivel plug. During the sale—
Displaying Every Accepted
Mode F or Street and Afternoon
Are You Ready For a New Frock?
Whatever the Occasion Be Sure To See
These New Ones
W om en
SIX FOOT STEP LADDER
Forged Steel, Sleeted Hickory Handle. Se
curely fastened with patened interlocking
wedge, Regular $1.35, Sale Price*—
St-curel^ bolted, and o f rigid construction
W A TE R PAILS
Double seamed, galvanized after making,
Regular 35c, Sale Price—
Can be used on oiled floors or with anv kind
o f sweeping compound. Sale Price—
fabr,c* whlch *“ hion smiles on for smartest
f T T “ to ** ^av°red with shade, of brown,
■aa and bins m rich tones.
$ 1 .19
Thos. H. Simpson
Frocks or Distinction Are Modest
in *Vi*e H er.
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