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A S H L A N D R E G IST E R
The Register’s News
o f Community Interest
j last Friday.
The high school called a meeting
o f the student body and had elec
tion o f ofifeers Wednesday after
noon o f last week. The following
Milliv, president; Willetta Miller,
(Continued on page 4)
* N. P. Hansen
Saturday after a week’s visit with
AT THE CHURCHES
Bryant Hamiltoi? and S. W. his son W. M. Hansen at Browns-
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
Stough were Yreka visitors Friday. boro, Oregon, and his daughter
Sunday services at the Free
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Gosney Mrs. L. J. Roberts at Lake creek.
The Tuesday club met last Tues Methodist Church Corner
and children returned
home in Dunsmuir Sunday after day at the home o f Mrs. Mary Main and Seventh street.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
spending a wek with home folks. Campbell.
Preaching at 11:00 a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bulls* o f of served to the following. Mrs. El
meeting at 12:00 n.
Montague visited friends here Fri
Mrs. Charles Quigley, Mrs. Mary
Preaching at 7 :30 p.p in.
Clauson, Mrs. Mae Lowe, Mrs/ N.
Prayer meeting Thursday ev
Mrs. N. A.
A. Buckner, Mrs. Cynthia Lang ening at 7:30 Bible class W.■sine-
friends in Ashland Friday and
day afternoon at 2:30*in the Par
and Mrs. Mary Campbell.
Fred Bloomingcamp was a Yre sonage. A cordial invitation
Mrs. Fred Caven, son Raffelle
ka visitor Tuesday.
tended to all.
and Wayne Coker were Beswick
CHURCH OF THE
Mrs. Chester Brown of
land visited her uncle E. T. Coker
Fourt and C Streets
The Community club held their
Friday while on her way to Port
C. THATCHER. Pastor
regular meeting at the club room
Wednesday afternoon of.
last - »
M . !'* ra Dallas and Henry
Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Mr.
week. Miss Grace
Hossick of Yreka visited at the
and Miss Palmer of Ashland were T. S. Wiley. Superintendent.
J. A. Hughes home Sunday.
A t 11 o’clock, Morning W or
gpeciul guests for the afternoon.
Kirk Cowen and mother
of Miss Chamberlain who is president ship, with sermon from the suh-
here, o f the Southern Oregon Federa-1 ject, “ Spiritual Heurt Trouble.”
Mrs. Cowen and children
who tion o f Women’s Clubs gave a
At 6:30 p. m. Young People'
have been staying with her grand
very interesting and most enter Meeting.
mother Mrs. Jane Trarson return
A t 7 :30 p. m. Praise service fo l
taining talk on new lines o f club
ed home with them.
work. Dainty refreshments were lowed with sc-rnon from the sub
Mr. and Mrs. Gail Minich and
served By the committee. Mrs. L. ject, “ Roots.”
children o f Yreka visited friends
The regular mid-week
O. Pauland, Mrs. E. C. Gardner,
here Sunday evening.
meeting will be held on ^Wednes
and Mrs. O. L. Lindley.
Lawrence Meyers o f Crescent
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bowman of day evening at 7 :30 p. m.
Lake is visiting home folks here. Portland, Oregon arrived by mo
A hearty welcome to all.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Squires are
tor Saturday evening. They re
visiting friends in Ashland.
turned Sunday aftenoon
taking j .Fir«» Presbyterian Church
Mrs. G. Stagg and Mrs. Lyon
With Illuminated Bulletin
their father Mr. H. S. Bowman
o f Hilt were business visitors here
with them. Mr. Bowman whose i o —
‘ Two Heredities” will be the
health is very poop will spend 1 some i
lubjeet o f the sermon by the pa>
Mrs. Cacil Burns o f Hilt was in
weeks at the home o f Dr. M. M > ubj
Rev. Hugh T. Mitchelmore,
town Wednesday on business.
e w il? tor’
Reed in Portland where he
at eleven o’clock. In the evening
Monroe McKinzie o f Lum Grey
the theme will be “ Partner Sins .
was in town Saturday.
Mrs. W. T. Phelan who spent
Bible School at 9:45 fo r all above
Mr. and Mrs. Beckett o f Ceon-
four months visiting her parents
nell Camp were Hornbrook visi Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Crawford was sixteen years o f age. Christian En
deavor at 6:45 p. m. The contest
delayed thirty-six hours on her re
Mrs. G. Stagg o f Hilt was a turn trip to her home in Grand between Normal and High School
students is still on. A t the Wed
business visitor Friday.
Island, Neb., by a washout near
Mr. and Mrs. J. Felts o f Los Las Vagas causing a 1,200 mile nesday evening service they will
be a continuation o f the personal
Angeles are guests at the home detour.
work group: “ Those Who
o f Mrs. Florence Greives.
Carol and Edith Ferris daugh
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Greivena ters o f Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ferris Intellectual Troubles as to tie
and family motored to Ashland o f Silver Lake were guests o f their Bible, A personal God etc.”
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grandmother o f Fern Valley and
Methodist Episcopal Church
Mrs. Hattie Burns, who has been other relatives the past week.
North Main and Laurel- Sts.
employed at the home o f Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sullengor
H. F. Pemberton, Pastor
Mrs. E. E. Williams, left Sunday motored to Hornbrook and return
for her home in Ashland.
Thursday o f last week.
Morning worship at 11 o’clock
“ Shorty” Phelps o f Yreka was
Mrs. A. Ward and son Ray who Sermon subject: “ The Practice of
a Hornbrook visitor Sunday.
spent the summer visiting in Aber the Principles o f Jesus.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Felts and Mrs deen Wn., returned home Thurs-
Evening worship at 7 :30. Sub
Florence Greives were Yreka vis
Mr. G. L. Bullen o f the Tal ject: “ What Is It All About ”
itors M ondaj.
ent Service Station accompanied
Epworth League fo r
Misses R om . and Verna Bray and Mr. E. P. Hughes to Eugene with
people o f High School age at 6:15.
Ruth Tyrer and Otis Tyrer motor a truck load o f tomatoes. They
Wesley Foundation group for
ed to Ashland Sunday.
left Friday returning home Sat all Normal students^and teacluVs
Wm. Beale o f Yreka was
a urday night.
o f the city at 6:15.
guest at the K raft home Sunday.
Mr. E. A. Harris o f the Western
Sunday School for Adults
He also motored to Ashland ac Union at Ashland spent Sunday
companied by Mrs. G. D. K raft to with Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Bullen
Prayer meting V .'t dnesdny ev
r.ttend the matinee.
at the Talent Service Station.
ening nt 7 :3fl.
Mrs. Carbon, District Deputy
Mrs. T. E. Boone returned to
You are cordially invited to at
fo r the Temple o f Pythian Sisters her home in Columbia City, Ore.,
tend all the meetings o f
and Mrs. Leora Mitchel and moth
er visited the Pythian Sisters Or
der last week. Mrs. Carlson was
entertained at the home o f Mrs.
Samuel Gosney and Mrs. Mitchel
and her mother at the home o f
Mrs. G. D. Kraft.
Mrs. Carol Pratt and Mrs. Her
bert Sphect of Ashland spent the
THE A S H L A N D C A N N IN G CLUB
week end here.
Mr. Roy Billings and son Lyle of
Hilt and Mrs. S. J. Johnson and
son Gilbert went hunting Sunday
on Bogus mouilTain. They brought
in a four point buck which was
From the Bagley Cannery, Ash
killed by Lyle Billings who is on
land fruits and vegetables have
ly 14 years old.
been packed this season under the
Mrs. Cara Wagner and Wm.
brand name “ Del Rogu#.” W e of
Arena motored to Big Springs
Ashland know that wherever these
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bray were
products go, purchasers will enjoy
Yreka visitors Monday.
the best commercial pack obtain
Mrs. W. M. Hansen o f Browns-
able.. That’s how firmly ‘Ashland
boro. Ore., visited relatives here
stands back of the Bagley output!
Saturday she returnee, home Sun
I f you are looking for a real be a warm welcome given you at
church. You will be heartily wel- gntion from the Liftju House Tem-
comed and made to feel at home. pie. Eugene with us Sunday, who j spiritual place to attend services these services. "Come with us antU
Strangers and visitors especially will assist in the service.
Sunday; remember that there will we will do good.”
welcomed. Come as you are.
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M. S. Woodworth. Pastor
Sabbath School, 9 :45.
C. H. Williams left last week
for Missouri fo r a months visit
with home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Earhait m->-
tored to Little Shasta Sunday.
Mrs. Nels Dennia who has been
visiting in Orland returned home
Cail Corder o f Grants Pass is
visiting his sister Mrs. Newton
Chhse. He has employment at a
mine on the Klamath River.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Hansen of
Little Shasta visited relatives here
last week. They are moving back
to their old home at Brown shorn.
Emmarie Dennis, 8 year
daughter o f Mr. and Mrs. Nels
Dennis is ill with Infantile paral
ysis and is under quarantine at
her home here. The schools and
Sunday schools have been closed
fo r the present.
Perhaps it’s partly because o f
quality o f the products which the
Ashland Canning Club has as raw-
materials, that these Ashland girls
brought home so many prizes as a
result of their exhibit at the State
Fair. Be that as it may, skill in can
ning is a most necessary adjunct,
and we want to congratulate our
Ashland girls upon tneir achieve
a t io n a l
a n k
Preaching, 11:00 a. m.
Pr- aching 7 :3J P. m
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7 :30.
Note: Yes; the attendance at
sabbath school and preaching is
holding up remarkably well, when
one takes into account the quar
antine. Iiets th i(t- God lor the
pit-servaHon s o h.t o hud so far,
and implore him to stay
further invasion o f the epidemic
perhnps, II Chron. 7:14 needs to
he read again.
FULL GOSPEL TEMPLE
J. E. MURPHY, Pastor I
Sunday school, 9:45 u nt. We
welcome you to our Sunday school
please remember that the quaran
tine is lifted on all adults and
young people, so make a special
effort to be present and help to
swell the number.
Morning worship, 11 a. m.. S«*r-
mon by Rev. J. R. Conlee o f Eu
Another great service at 2:30.
Young peoples meeting, 6:30 all
young people are invited to these
services, don’t fail to help swell
'.lie n..-nber; you will enjoy these
live spiritual meefings.
Evening worship 7:30 p.
Prayer services 6:30 to 7:80 p. m.
Every W’ ednesday in each week
prayer meeting 7:30 p. in.
There probably will he a dele-
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