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The Misses Marjorie Crouch. Margaret Churchman and
u... - ... w o t Benedict Trombkee and two children for employed in Klamath Falls by the
were Medford visitors one day last Bend, Oregon, where they will Southern Pacific Company.
Mr. W. H. Sams was a business
week and w^re in attendance at make their future home.
in Medford Monday.
a Missionary meeting at the home
The ladies of the Civic Club will
o f Mrs. T. J. Wilmot of Jackson Psychology at the Southern Ore
| street. A very enjoyable time was gon Normal school, Mr. Gosnell, give a rummage sale December
had by all present at the meeting Arnold Gosnell, Roland Parka, and 2nd and 3rd. Waffles will
—Why pay »120 00 for • White about 50 or 60 ladies being in at- Foss Kramer went duck hunting served each day, there will also
Saturday night near the Hopkin's be a eooked food sale, and a table
i t ? W hen y o » can bay
The Nazerene Church people slough about 8 miles from Mid of articles suitable for Christmas
jast as good for » 5 0 .0 0 at Peil’ s. had an all day conference at their land. They returned Sunday night gifts.
Mr. and Mrs. DeMent of Myrtle
A Isa sawing machinas fo r raat by Church Monday with basket din with about two dozen ducks. They
the anoatb at Pail's Corner. A sh ner at the parsonage at the noon were fortunate to get this number Point spenb the week end
Mrs. A. F. Shepard left Thurs from neighboring towns to enjoy usually high and seemed much who is attending the
agitated evidently because of the Oregon Normal school in this city.
day for Los Angeles and other the session.
California cities, where she ex
The Wagner Creek school un number o f hunters in that vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. DeMent and daugh
M t . and Mrs. H. P. Kervln of ter and Miss Helen Deyoe
perts to visit during the winter der the direction of Prof. John
Kern and daughter, Miss Gene Reno,' Nevada are visiting with guests Sunday afternoon at the
— D E L IC IO U S T A M A L E S , M A D E vieve are planning a nice time on Mrs. Kervin’s parents, Mr. and home of Judge and Mrs. L. A.
B Y M RS. P O W E L L , E A T TH EM Thanksgiving. Program features Mrs. A. Dickey at 614 Boulevard. Roberts.
Mr. Kervin is a mining engineer
The Misses Alice Anderson and
T H E M are being arranged.
O U T . T H E P A L A C E LUNCH.
The W. C. T. U. meets on Tues o f note. He will investigate sever Madeline Hill motored to Medford
Attorney William Briggs and J. day at the home of Mrs. J. W. al propositions in this part o f the Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCallister,
Edward Thornton spent the week Bruner, 366 Scenic Drive for their country.
Mrs. Selena Schraff of
104 Mr. and Mrs. R. A. McCallister,
end in Portland on business, i
usual meeting. Mrs. Luella Sterns
J. M. Taylor, assistant engin is the President of this organiza Bush street is confined to her bed Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sams, Mr. and
by sickness. Nurse Scroggins is Mrs. G. H. Hendricks, and Mrs.
eer for the Southern Pacific com tion o f Women.
G. H. Scribner were dinner guests
pany of Dursmuir, visited in Ash
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Peachy of attending her.
Miss Doris Applegate a Normal Sunday at the hom eof Mr. and
Lincoln, street who have been nt
— O rd er you r Xm as partraits now the Lookout Station out from Ap student, spent the week end with Mrs. H. L. Taylor on A street.
* ad save 10 to 20 par cant. Darl- plegate, are in town at present vis her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. W.
Mrs. A. D. Henry proprietor of
■■f Studio. Lithia Springs H otel iting relatives and renewing old House at Talent.
the Fountain and Lunch Service
Mr. and Mrs. Angeles are visit Station on the Green Spring high
Mrs. Gordon MacCracken, state
G. W, Benedict was a visiter at ing at the home of Mrs. Pinson’s way was in town Monday on busi-i
regent o f the Daughters of the tbe Wagner creek school one day mother, Mrs. F. if. Myers and sis ness.
ter Mrs. Lena Mras on Harrison
American Revolution, has re last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hargett have left
street. They will return to their for Reedsport, where Mr. ’ Hag-
turned from Portland, I.a Grande,
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Proctor of
home in the south the .first part gertt has accepted a position in a
Baker, Pendleton and other cities
Talent were Ashland Visitors Sat
of next week.
in the northern part of the state
drug store. Mr. Hargett has been
There will be special services employed at McNairs Rexall store
srhere she has been organizing
The Bereans Class o f Baptist pt the Full Gospel Temple Friday
D. A. R. chapters and visiting
for over a year.
friends. She expects to leave Sunday school held an enjoyable •Evening at 7:30. A welcome is ex
Thursday for Eugene where she party at the home of their effi tended to all to attend this ser
will be a guest o f the D. A. R.
chapter at a banquet on-Armistice
Tom Roberts of Yoncalla, was a
day. She will stop o ff at Albany was assisted by her sister, Mrs. business visitor in Ashland Mon S. A- Peters Jr., Edwin Dunn, and
Dah Kay were hunting Sunday in
vm her way home to transact busi- Mary Graham in entertaining the day.
class. A number of ladies were
the Tule Lake district. They re
Mrs. B. L. Powell and daughter turned with bulging game bags.
— Sava O B Xmas gift* 20 ta 30 por present to enjoy the social time
Ruby returned laBt week from a
Mr. and Mrs. Morley Anders
aaat o f f oa all fram ed pictures.
month’s visit with relatives in and mother Mrs. C. W. Anders of
Allan McGee and family of conducted by Mrs. S. A. Peters Sr.
Central Point visited Mrs. L. B.
Medford spent Sunday visiting the following officers were elect-
Mr. and Mrs. Million and rson Kidwell and family on Liberty
with his mother, Mrs. W. R. Da »d: President, Mrs. H. C. Hansen,
via and his sister, Rosetta McGe< Vivo President, Mrs. Frank Bes- visited friends in Medford and street last week.
*«.k, Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. Central Point Sunday. Mrs. Mil
on Alliaon street.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernice Burnett
class lion has charge of the altering de and Miss Dorothy Ininger were
— D iscount on oil portraits
for N. W. Heard. The next
partment at Enders store.
Kmitad lima. D arling Studio.
visitors in Medford Sunday.
Virgil Gillette visited over the
Andrew McGee, George Ross,
Henry Enders and Ike Fridegnt ednerted with the Third street week end with his uncle nrd aunt
were duck hunting in the vicinity garage, since last July, left the Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Gillette on
o f Keno Sunday.
They brought latter part of the week with Mrs. Gresham street. Mr. Gillette is
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Mr. and Mrs. Will Hedrick of ■
B street are visiting in Douglas
country and Portland for the last
ten days. Mrs. ftedrick will visit |
her sister Mrs. Tupper near Dilly
Boots expects to retUrn to her
home in Ashland with Mrs. Hed
rick. Mrs. Boots spent the sum
mer in Willamette valley.
Roy Wells o f Elkton, Douglas
county is visiting at present with |
his with and children o
Boulevard. Mir Wells has fo u r'
daughters here in School.
Oscar Cooper, who formerly liv-
• d in Ashland preached last Sun
day at the Christian church at j
Beaverton, Some distance out |
Mrs. C. N. Gillmore of East of |
town under went an operation at
he Community hospital one day
ast week. Mrs. Gilmore is report-
■■d doing nicely.
C. B. Haney East o f town was
>n the sick list one day last week.
Rev. N. V. rtarney and wife,
The Misaes Maxine Olsen and
Dorothy Lindley of Klamath Fall*
visited over the week-end with
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