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— Hava your Cloth«* cleaned be
fore Ike Holiday ru*b. Paulaerud*.
— Chile Coo Coma,
Sandwiches and C offee! at the
White Elephant Baaaar. Dec. 17.
Mias Lillian Graves, Instructor
o f English in the Southern, Ore
gon Normal school will leave in a
few days for Portland and Seattle
where she will spend the Christmas
holidays visiting friends and rela
years, that she will spend
Christmas holidays in
— Mr*. McPherson will speak at
California with her son Lyon Mo-
t h e Ashland Armory Wednesday
watt. She has been visiting her
e v e n i n g , Dec. 14.
youngest son Edwin who is em
Miss Venita Fountaine,
ployed in St. Paul, Minnesota.
teacher at the Lincoln school will
-—25 per cent to 50 por coat o ff
leave Saturday for Eugene and
Portland for a visit with relatives
Studio and Art Store.
during the holidays.
W ill Crapsey, brother o f George
— Doors will open at S:30 p. m. Crapsey o f this city was operat
at Armory Wednesday
1-t ed on for appendicitis at the local
Mias Norma Ward, teacher in hospital about a week ago. Mr.
the Junior High school, and Misa Crapsey was in a very serious con
Clara Anderson, teacher o f the dition but is reported to be out o f
Washington danger and high hopes are held I
school are leaving Saturday for fo r his recovery.
Cottage Grove to spend Christmas. — A large sad complete line of
— No ad saisison charge will he Xasae card« at Darliag Studio,
wed« at the McPhersen service«
Friends o f Howard Wiley, son
1-t o f Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Wiley
Domestic o f Walnut street will be glad to
Science teacher in Junior high learn that he is on the road to re
school, is leaving Ashland the lat covery
ter part o f the week for her home — Special« s b Xmas portraits at
— W hy pay «120.00 for a White
Word t * « been received that
frees Miss Rosie Honrik o f Malin and
agent? When yen can hey one last year a student at the N o rn tl
jnat ns gesd for ««0 .0 0 at Poll's. school at this place wa (recently
Ale# sowing ■ a chinos for rent by married to Mr. Clyde Poole o f Kla
the month at Peil's Comer. Ash- math Fall?. The young couple will
at a table beautifully dec«
Mr. and Mn>. Henry Enders arc
«pending the week in Sah Francis-
co. They made the trip by auto
Mr. George Eib, iocal car fore
man for the Southern Pacific re
turned to hi« work yesterday af
ter a few weeks illness, having un
dergone an operation for appen»
— Suit* and Topcoat* for Holiday
wear in Paulterud’*....
Mrs. Susan Gregg, who has bee.,
quite ill fo r the past week, i»(
much improved and able to return
to her home on Gresham street.
She had been visiting at the horm
o f Mrs. Reno.
Mrs. George King and Mrs.
John Huger entertained the mem
bers o f the Monday evening Art
Club Monday night, December
12th, at the King residence on
Beach avenue. The evening was
delightfully spent ip Christmas
needle work and
Late in the evening the
- 1 n
were served delicious refreshments
" r t e Theatre
W atch This Space F o r Com ing Attractions
At the Vimng Theatre Thursday snu Friday
pleasantly spent in co n v e n tio n given at the home ol Mrs. Arthur
V. Hardy on South Second street
and listening to the Atwater Kent
to the children o f the Primary De
contest over the radio.
partment o f the Full Gospel Sun
Those present at this delightful
day School. Thirty-eight childrt'li
a ffa ir were: Misses Gladys Apple-
were invited and the afternoon
gate. Elsie Alexander,
was spent in playing games and
C offee, Helene Biede. Gertrude
practicing for the Christmas pro
Biede, Cali* Biegel, Emma Jen gram. Dainty refreshments were
kins, Ruth Osmun, L it« Walker,
served to the happy little folks, the
Marie Wlalker, Ethel Shrum. Miss
ped jelly wit hfYuit and nuts, the
Frances Howard o f Medford, and
home made Christmas cookie*, and
Mr. Dan Kay and Barbara Kay.
the pretty napkins carried out the
holiday idea. Mrs. Hardy was as
sisted by Mrs. Herman Mars.
N ow P layin g
NOW W E’RE IN THE AIR
With Wallace Beery and Raymond
Thursday and Friday
The Roistering Football Romance
THE COLLEGE WIDOW
Featuring Dolores Costello
make their home at that place.
Mr. MacBride, former resident
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. White enter
o f this city made a business trip tained at an informal dinner for
here the latter part o f last week. Mrs. Ira A. Bolton and son.
Busiaess Girls Meet
Luxite Silk Garments
A pretty children’s party
to select your
made by Luxite which as
Mrs. Dan Kay was hostess” to
the Business Girls Club
December 11, at her pleasant home
on A very street with a six o’clock
chicken dinner. Covers were laid
fo r fifteen at a beautiul decor
ated and perfectly appointed table.
A fte r dinner the evening was I
I f you wish
Lace trimmed or with
trim o f contrasting
finest quality Choose
Postponed on account o f the Lithian
Blips, dance sets, step-
ins, French panties,
Circus w ill be held at
W e carry a com
Wiemer Hall Tonight
TUESDAY at 9:30
Adm ission: Gentlem en, 75c: Ladies. 10c
plete line of
A s our stocks are
G ifts suitable fo r father, Mother,
now and have no
M O T O R CO.
Ford Sales & Service
F o r those who have d ifficu lty in select
ing g ifts or want som ething that is just a
bit d ifferen t we have arranged
a g ift
departm ent which is filled to capacity with
gifts suitable fo r everyone.
Our salespeople w ill g la d ly help you
lect your Xrtias Gifts.
ha ve be
re are glad to wrap your
Xmas package for you
Is just what you want to be well dressed
Pair o f f