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Those initiated into the sororit.l Mrs. Chat. A. Haines, Mr.
Besides the members o f the lo
Mrs. Clair« B ««be and child*
' ren will leave tomorrow evening
Mrs. Earl Crow and Mr. and Mrs
I for Dallas, Oragen. where they | o f the Kebekah Lodge o f Centra) vaney, Julia Faken, Leona Fries, Clifford Read. A beautiful fern
will make their future home. Mr Point are iuvited guests to the at- | Genevieve Galloway, Marion Gid-
was given to the couple havifig
Beebe left fo r Dallas the first o f i fair. It is the intention o f the Cen- dings, Mildred Gyger, Margar« t1
score, which was won by Mr.
the month where he has a posi
S. A. Peters Jr. A fte r the
tion In one o f the large mills of
Mangold Marpcry Pena, Iren e! games a congenial
who own lodge at this time.
— Why pay »120.00 for a White Dallas. The Beebe family,
E ffie . Quinn
Lucile | spent around the supper tables.
Games and music were
from have lived several years on a ranch
agent 7 Whan yon con boy
on» adjoining Ashland, will be greatly amusements of the afternoon, the Wilson, Mrs. Wetherall, and Lu- |
refresh cite W oodruff.
jaat a* good for »50.00 at Poil’a. missed by many friends here, and hostesses served dainty
R e c e iv e s N e w Hudson
Alto sawing machines for root hy Mrs. Beebe will be especially miss ments during the course o f the
H. A. Stearns o f the
T e a c h e r » E n j o y Luncheon
the month at Pali’s Com er. Ash ed by the musical circles o f the afternoon.
The Teachers o f the Sehior Sprinpi
»< city, as she is an
held a delightfu' new Hudson Sedan which he is
B rid g e Lun cheon D e lig h tfu l
Mr. Harry Whiteline o f Klam musician.
A ffa ir
luncheoq at the Plaza Confection- now usin,«r fo r a
ath Falla was an Ashland visitor — Read the new ‘ ’ B i l li n g ’ * ” A d . I f
’ ’ a r ith m e tic ”
Mrs. Donald Whitney was host- ery Cafe Thursday at noon, cover t car. Tile new Hudson is Wheeler
with rich patterned deer
H ig h ess to the “ Bridge
Luncheon being arranged fo r the fo llo w e r
——Japan ese Bas ketball vs. A m e r i wrong, ask a N o r m a l
73‘ 4t Club” Wednesday afternoon
at at the attractively arranged, lonf*
c a n basketball. W a se d a vs. S. O. School Stud ent about it.
Francis Winter stopped o ff for her home on Allison street. Cov. table in the dining room: Mr. and P‘ *e<1 mohair uphoister.ng
N . S. M o n d a y av enin g. A d u lts 50c
7 5-I t
B. C. Forsythe, Mr. and Mrs. exterior color. The seat cushions
Mr*. J. R. Casebeer o f Medford
It centerpiece o f flowers clever and Russel Cripe, Misses Irene Berg ara form fitting. The headlights
was visiting friends in Ashland vard, this week. Mr. Winter
-: dainty place cards and favors. A Ethel McCormack, Ellen Waters are tuily nickleu with the light
pany in Los Angeles where he t delicious three-course luncheor« Katherine Didtel, Irene Clark, A l control at the center o f the steer
Mr. G. H. Carlton o f Central
in charge o f the broadcasting de- ' was served at one o’clock to the thea Dwyer, Anna Mylne, Emm;» ing wheel. Roominess and comfort
Point was an Ashland visitor tho
Ethel are among the main features of
following guests: Mesdames B. B, Maloney, Hazel Smith,
first o f the week.
the new car.
Balls, W. L. Maxey, Frank Dean,
— O u r prices a r e most reasonable
Stud io Ashland.
Mr. and Mrs Louis Dodge, son
Bobby and Mrs. Henry Galey left
Wednesday fo r Eugene and Port
land on a combined business and
pleasure trip. While in Eugene
Mr. and Mrs. Dodge will visit their
daughter Edith, and Mrs. Galey
with her son, both young people
are attending the University o f
Oregon. The Dodges and Mrs. Ga
ley will return the first o f net,«
— Y o u will be surprised i f
could k n o w tbe number o f out o f
to w n people, strangers, who come
in to com p li m ent us on the unus
ual qua li ty o f the p ortr aits th ey
have seen displayed in our window.
St udio Ashla nd
W. C. Bartlett o f Twain, Pluma
county California, former
man o f the Ashland Box Factory,
is making a short visit with hit
fam ily in this city.
“ --Try our Tbermoid Brake Li ning
at T H I R D S T R E E T O A R A G E .
Gus Beck and J. M. Watkins of
Talent purchased a Ford tractor
this week o f the Claycomb Motor
D. L. Silver o f this city recent
ly bought a Ford touring car from
the Claycomb Motor company.
— I t has been said o f
traits made by B ert H. Hinthorne
o f St udio Ashland, by those com
potent to ju dge, that nowhoro be
tw o e n San F rancisco and Por tlan d
can their equal in artistic espras
•ion and l i f e like qua li ty ba found
versity o f Japan vs S. O. N.
I Arm ory.
7 5 'lt
Mrs. Guy Cary of
street, who underwent a tonsil
operation Wednesday morning at
the Community hospital is report
ed to be improving nicely.
The City League basket ball
games played at the Junior High
gym this week proved very inter
esting. The first game plnyed be
tween the ‘‘ Nightmares’ ’ and “ Th«»
“ Nightmares” 21; and “ Comrades’*
7. The second game was between
the “ Hi-Y Employed” an 1 “ Bat
tery B” the score being
Employed” 13 and “ Battery
16. The next game o f the serieg
will be played as a preliminary in
one o f the games next week.
E nte rta in s
Elavan O ’ Clo ck
A most delightful evening o f
Bridge was enjoyed by the ladies
o f the “ Eleven
Wednesday January 25 over which'
Mrs. J. M. Hughes presided at her
home on Oak street. Three tablet
were in play during the evening.
Mrs. Frank Merrill received
lovely g ift for holding high score
and Mrs. Walter Bevington was
the lady consoled. Delicious re
freshments were served at a latd
hour by the hostess to the fo l
lowing ladies: Mrs. Sylvan Pro
vost, guest o f the club, and Mes-
dames Frank Merrill, W alter Bev.
ington, O. W. Long, C. A. Shutts,
H. H. Gillette. J. D. McRae, A.
M. Dyrud, C. I. J. Porter, G. II.
Hedberg, and MDses Marjory Gil-
lett«1 i nd Elsie Alexander.
Louis Brown, Sylvan Provost, F. Radde, Laura Raguse and Harold
G. Sweden burg, and Mrs. Georgo Allison.
promises to become a
Rose. The outstanding feature of
popular sport at the Norma*
B e n e f i t P a r t y f o r Scholarship
the luncheon was the beautiful
school. Twenty-two men attended
birthday cake with its dainty de
the initial meeting held Thursday
corations and gleaming candles,
The members o f the Civic Im
in honor o f the birthday anniver provement Club are sponsoring r fo r the purpose o f organizing t»
sary o f Mrs. George Rose guest, |j:ard party this evening at tho wrestling "club.
Plans were made to select t*
o f the club, and sister o f Mrs. Civic Clubhouse, benefits deriv
practice place and to pro
ed to be added to the Scholarship
vide the necessary
Following the luncheon,
two Loan Fund. The a ffa ir is under
Warren Conrad one o f the grit'*
tables o f Bridge were in
stars o f this season is to have
Playing will begin-
Mrs. Frank Dean receiving a love Churchill.
charge o f the squad.
ly prize for holding high score o f promptly at 8 o’clock.
A challenge had already been
According to »Ford given out
the day and Mrs. George Rose re
received from Monmouth Norma'
ceiving the guest prize, a lovely by Mrs. George Briscoe, president j
and from present prospects two
o f the Civic Improvement club
and appropriate gift.
more schools will be added ‘.o the»
thirty-four tables have been re
R e gin a Johnson,
Reid, served. The ladies are confiden* _
that the a ffa ir will be a succès.»1
C o m p lim e n te d
One o f the most delightful a f from every standpoint.
fairs o f the week occured W ed
nesday evening at the hdlne of
Mrs. Earl Crow on Van Ness, Mrs.
( row and Mrs. Domino Provost
presiding as joint hostesses at an
evening o f Bridge for the pleasure
o f Misses Regina Johnson
Dorothy Reid. Two tables were iri
play during the evening.
Johnson receiving a handsome gift
for homing high score, and Miss
Reid being awarded a lovely gift
fo r holding low score. Out o f town
guests were the Misses Gertrud,
and Lela Carlton o f Medford. Late
in the evening the hostesses serv.
ed most delicious refreshments to
Mrs. B ee b e C om plim e nte d
Mrs. Claire Beebe, who is leav
ing soon fo r her new home in
Dallas, Oregon, was the honored
guest at a party given by Mrs. A
E. Kinney and Mrs. George Eu- j
banks, at the Kinney home
Granite street, Thursday
noon. Word puzzles, guessing con
tests and games formed the Ji- !
version fo r the afternoon,
group that responded most quick
ly to the contests. A t five o’clock
the hostesses served refreshments, 1
after which friends
wishing Mrs. Beebe much happ
iness in her n ew , home.
J oia t Installation
The Modern Woodmen and the
Royal Neighbors o f Ashland will
Inst* llat,on o f offi-
cers at the Moose Hall Friday ev»
ening. The installation exercise*
will be preceded by a banquet at
six o’clock in the large
room. At which the members o#
the two lodges and their families
will be present.
Mr. and Mrs. Dom Provost en-1
tertained Thursday evening at *»
[ bridge party having as their guest 11
; Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Peters, Jr., Dr.
and Mrs. R. L. Burdic, Dr. and
— A real sale oa na ca llod f a r salt*
a t Pan ls ernds.
C. Hopper o f this city and
A P c u n d o f Feath ers
heavier than a pound
gold. —but a severe
whether from fire, flood,
auto, injury o f person or
heavier than anything else
in the world, if it is not
insured. The business of
this Agency is to insure
property against such loss
es. Large, old. and solid
companies. . Prompt and
B ILLIN G S A G E N C Y
High score for the afternoon in i
Bridge was held by Mrs. A. Jones
and high score in “ 500” by Mrs.
were served by the hostesses at
the close o f the afternon.
T h e ta
B ela Phi In itiatio n
Between courses Dorothy. Bob
,ln sa,'K “ I t s Home to Me” and
A ® °w* o i Roses,” Miss Rut »!
Yoder a member o f the Norma»
school faculty gave two violin se
*ctio* * ‘ “ Somewhere a Voice is ]
Calling.” and “ Let Me Call You
P «»t Noble Grands Club
President Churchill and
Mesdame* W. H. W orthington.! Str* n‘rr pach f * vp »hort talk* re 1
Leah Caldwell. Lena Nelson. But ‘r* r' lL" lr N-holarship and aohieve-
ler Walker, and Frank
Esther Barrett. preside».«
were ho trsH i to the Past Nobl«- o f the sorority briefly reviewed
• «rands Clyh this afternon, Jan. the history o f the
uary <7, at the residence o f Mrs. and welcomed the pledges into the
ette, 2 blocks south o f Juni
High school and 3 blocks
o f Lincoln school, first cl
fine fo r teachers or student
Swenning, 309 Harrison, Ph«
SHI RT SALE
Now is the opportune
W e are offering our
shirt is new stock and
Portrays the Latest
$1.50 Values . $1.19
$3.00 Values ... $2.39
$3.50 Values ... $2.63
$5.00 Values ... $3.95 $4.00 Values
ONE G R O U P 95c
Practically All Sizes
Q u a l it y
$ t o i \ e
41 East Main
Offering Extra F a c ia l
Values for the last days o f this Great Sale
Elk Ladies Card Club
The Elk I-adies Card Club held
their semi-monthly card party ii?
th^ ladies’ club rooms at the Elk’s
Temple Thursday afternoon, Jan- I
uary 26, with a large attendance!
featuring the meeting. Hostessei j
for the afternoon were: Mrs. Don-
aid Whitney and Mrs. J. H. Me* I
FOR R E N T : 3 or 4 room fy
notifiea mat tney must be kept
up, and not be allowed to become
a nuisance. Violation o f this will
Chief o f Police.
C H A R L IE CLAUS.
William Grenbemmer and Mel-
lie Sherard will act as installing
7 5 .If
Rogue Hotel o f Grant* Pass, b»
spending a few days with Mr. an«)
Mrs. L H. Hansen o f the Ashland
Hotel. Mr*. Miller's
brought her to Ashland, returned
home with ten gallons o f Lithia
water, which he has been taking
fo r some time and has found bene
H. A. Stearns went to Medford
Wednesday on business.
Owners o f chickens are hereby
C ard P a r t y at P ro v o s t H o m e
Eighteen new members were in
itiated into Theta Beta Phi, hon*
Ente rtain s at B rid g a
Mr. Wellington, supervisor o f
Mrs. J. Andrew McGee was th j orary sorority o f the
the 1 wentieth Century stores wau
hostess to a group o f friends o i Oregon Normal School, at th«.1
an Ashland visitor Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Turner of hoi Lome on < r, ■ ham stre«*‘ . Lithia Springs Hotel Wednesday!
Sixth street reeently
returned luesday. Jamn >> i : , with an sv evening.
A short initiation ceremony iit!
from a month’s visit with friend» • nim; o f Bridg ■ The McGee home
and relatives in the southern Cali was artistically decorat« d with a which the new members were giv- j
fornia eities. Mr. and Mrs. Smit,» profusion o f cut flowers placed i,» en the Theta Beta Phi pledge be« ;
gan at five o’clock and was fob '
report a very enjoyable trip but I beautifully decorated bowls.
state that they are glad to be al>
The first prize o f the evening lowed hy a banquet in the ban»!
went to Mrs. H. L. Claycomb for «)u«*t hall o f the hotel. Beautiful
— S e e S. O. N. S. boat
Wasod.» holding high score, and Mrs. Hen* table decorations were carried ou»J
U n i v e r s i t y at tha A r m o r y M on day ry Knders was awarded the conso* in similax and
candles furnished the
N igh t.
75-1» la tion.
Mrs. E. W. Miller o f the
T O O L A T E T O C L A S S IF Y
Basket Ball M onday even ing. U n i
Mrs. L. M. Wilson and Miss Ord — D on 't O v e r lo o k our special on
visitors) uncalled f o r suits. Paulserud's.
Reverend S. J. Chaney, Super
intendent o f the southern district Mrs. Chcsleigh M oo re C o m p l i
o f the M. E. Church is down from
Eugene fo r a short business visit.
Mrs. Clyde Young entertained
Charles Murphy o f Portland, a group of friends at her home on
grandson o f Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Morton street, Wednesday a fter,
Lambkin o f North Main street noon o f this week, complimenting
who has been visitng in Ashland Mrs. Chelcigh Moore o f Pocatel
for several days, left today for lo, Idaho, who is visiting her moth
Eagle Point for a few days' visit1 er Mrs. W. S. Van Dyke o f this
with his old school mate, Donald j city. Bridge was the diversion o f
Stall. Charles will return to Ash« the affair, Mrs. Dom Provost re
land before returning to his home | ceiving a lovely g i f t . fo r holding
high score o f the day and Mrs.
in the Rose City.
— Special rates to students at Ash Moore, who had low score was alse
75-tf presented a beautiful gift. Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. DeArmond Young served elaborate refresh
are in Ashland attending
to ments to her guests, during thw
business matters. Mr. De Armond latter part o f the afternoon, hei*
ha* an Interest in the DeArmond guest list included the fhllowingi
mill near Pinehurst. The De Ar- the guest o f honor, Mrs. Chesleigh
inonds are on their way south to Moore, Mesdame* Elwood Hed-
spend the winter months,
they berg, D om ino Provost,
expect to return to Ashland in th» Scott, Lynn Slack, Gerald W en.
ner, and Clark Rawlings o f .Med
- —Square dealing and
artistic quality solicit your pet.
renege at Studio Ashland. 75-tf
N O TIC E
“ where savings are greatest
“where savings are greatest’’
A Great Spe-
cial values all
be closed out.
W ool and Silk. Black
Style« of the New Season!
values in this lot up to
Make Their Appearance
N ew frocks— that breathe o f a ga y
season when flowers bloom and skies - r e
blue! Every woman will find here a de
lightful frock, for her needs— righ t n ow
and for the first spring days.
Vivid High Shades
Contrasts of Color
Always Smart Black
E v e r y typ e w ill find the co lor she
pefers in this ea rly selection — black
and navy blue fo r the street— and so
m any fascin atin g h igh shades in one or
W IN T E R c o a t s
All in a great
O N E -H A LF
must clean our racks
now for new
rved by the hostess during th»
In fer part «>f the evening to the
following guest*; Mesdames H. Is
* iaycomb, Henry Knders, S. A.
Peters Jr.. Harry K. Tomlinson
( harle* A. Haines. Earl Crow, and
daily. See these val
W IN T E R CO ATS A N D DRESSES
Saturday we will put on Sale a Spe- $/? 95
cial clean-up of several
that must go. If you are wanting a Bargain.
See this special L o t