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Retasma from Trip.— H. J. Car
C a lle d to P o rtla n d .— E. R. Is
ter, former dairyman, who re
cently sold out to Hr. Patterron, aac of the E. R. Isaac department
o f Corvalli», returned the latter j »tore in this city was called to
part o f last week from a com | Portland this week where he is
bined business and pleasure trip to serve on the grand jjury.
to California cities and towns in
Return» to Work.— V. O. N.
the northern and eastern part o f Smith o f the Citizens bank is able
to fill his accustomed place again
V is it ia
E u gen e. — Mrs. Irene after being confined to his home
liicks, who was called here sev on Morton street
eral weeks ago by the illfs t ; and days with illness.
death of her father, Mr. McFar
L oca l W om an III. — Mrs. Mattie
land, is spending a few days visit Reid, mother o f Miss Ethel Reid,
ing friends in Eugene.
Before who teaches history in the Junior
she returns to her home in Pitta- High school, is very seriously ill
burg, Pennsylvania, she expect at her home on East Main street
to return to Ashland for a short with pneumonia.
C am p F ira O u tin g. — The Camp
W eek -en d .— Miss Mild
red Rideout, who is a student at Fire girls o f the Cheschamay
the southern Oregon normal camp enjoyed a trip to Lamb’s
school, spent the week-end in mine Saturday afternoon, each
Klamath Falls with her parents.
girl taking her lunch and stop
Sunday. — Mrs. ping at the B. C. Forsythe place
Frances Greb Miller spent the enroute for a drink and being
week-end in this city visiting her joined there by Rachel Forsythe.
husband, returning to Eagle Point From the Forsythe place the trip
late Sunday evening where she was made on up the mountain,
dividing when three-fourths of
Hilt M a n . B . H. Oilman of the climb had been attained with
Hilt, California, spent the week Nedra Bartlett and the other half
end in Ashland transacting busi with Miss Ella McLeod, the first
group reaching the destination
Returns H om o. — Miss Edna Go- first was to build a fire.
heen, instructor o f English in the
iocal Junior High school, who
was called to Corvallis the latter
part o f last week by the death of
an aunt, returned to Ashland late
Sunday evening to be in readiness
to resume her duties in school
Monday. Mrs. Henry Galey acted
as substitute for Miss Goheen
during her absence.
M oves. — Mrs. J. D. Perrine and
family who have resided for a
number of years on Fifth street,
have moved to the residence on
169 Nob Hill street.
F orm er
W em an III. —
Word has been received by rela
tives and friends o f Mrs. Karl
Nims, former resident o f this
city but now residing in San
Francisco, o f her serious illness.
Dr. Conroy of Medford, who has
been the family physician for a
number of years has been called
to San Francisco on the case.
Mrs. Frank Dean o f this city left
Sunday evening to be in attend
ance at Mrs. Nim’s bedside, and
will probably remain with her
sister in-taw until her recovery ia
B u s i o o m Trip — H. A. Stearns
left Monday for Portland where
he will transact business affairs.
Buys N ew Car.— J. D. Whit
taker purchased a La Salle sed-n
from the Lithia Springs garage
last week. Mr and Mrs. WhitUker
and daughter, Ethel, are recent
arrivals In Ashland, coming here
from Klamath Falls where they
resided for several years, operat
ing a grocery store which was re
cently sold * The Whittaker's re
sided for a short time In Ashland
a few years ago; and express them
selves as happy to be able to en
joy the Ashland climate again. It
is probable that they may decide
to remain here indefinitely, if
Mr. Whittaker locates a business
T * Portland.— W H. Jenkins
o f Dunsmuir visited friends in
this city the latter part o f last
A fte r eating lunch, auierent
amusements were indulged until
time to start home. The home
ward route was made over the
Bellview road, dividing again in
to two groups and the girls ar
rived in Ashland at 4 o'clock in
the afternoon, tired but with the
consciousness o f having enjoyed
a splendid outing.
Those who attended the hike
were the guardians, Miss Ella
McLeod and Nedra Bartlett, and
Nancy Lou Gill, Beverly Young,
Harriet Gooding, Nella and Mel
ba Putnam, Lucille Cramer, Ber
nice Clawson, Rachel Forsythe,
Virginia Crandall, Nelle Napier
and Dorothy Flackus.
R a lia f Corpn H old S o cial. — Ap
proximately fifty ladies were in
attendance at the Woman's Re
lief corps social which was held
at the residence of Mrs. W. A.
Cook on Rock street Monday
afternoon, March 12, with a
splendid program delivered by the
various members, featuring a
number o f readings, games and
stunts for the entertainment of
Following the p.ogram. most
served the guests and members
by the following committee: Mrs.
Mesdames Anna Robertson, Eliza
beth Robertson, Elizabeth Reid,
Fern Randles, Nellie
Alma Stennett, Al Sherard and
the hostesses, Mesdames Robert
Shaw and William Cook.
St. P a tr ic k ’ s T e a H on orin g Mrs.
B arr a tt.— A t the home o f Mrs. C.
E. Shinn on Oak street on Satur
day afternoon, a reception and
tea ware given by Mrs. Shinn and
Mrs. O. A. Paulserud, honoring
Mrs. Howard Barrett, who has
recently come to Ashland to make
her home. Mrs. Barrett was form
erly Mis« Allie Shinn o f Ashland,
a-d ha« many friends here who
are delighted to know she and her
family will reside here.
About ; afternoon of this week, when
one hundred guests gathered at Mr*. Wilmer Poley and Mrs. L.
the Shinn home during the course , S. Brown will act as joint hostes-
o f the afternoon between the I ses to the club at the residence o f
hours o f two and five, and the the former on Gresham street.
hostesses were assisted in re
A fter the business o f the ses
ceiving by Mrs. Otto Winter. sion has been attended to the
Tea was served at an artistically afternoon will be spent in a so
decorated table, with a center- cial time, with music, conversa
piece o f sweet peas and fern, and tion and needlework employing
green tapers burning brightly) at the hours.
each end o f the table, which fur
thered the seasonal colors o f St.
E n terta in
Members.— A very
Patrick. Mrs. John Enders and pleasant affair occured at the
Mrs. R. L. Burdic presided at the home o f Mrs. L. A. Moon the lat
tea table, assisted in the dining ter part o f last week following
room by Mrs. William
Briggs, song practice of the boys of the
Mrs. Andrew McGee and Mrs. high school double quartette,
when the girls quartette sur
prised them at 9 o’clock, appear
T o C eleb r o t «
A n n iv e rs a ry .—
ing at the Moon residence for a
The forty-eighth birthday anni social evening.
versary o f Alpha chapter No. 1
A ver yenjoyable time was
o f the local O. E. S. will be fitting spent with music and various
ly observed on Wednesday even games occupying the evening
ing at the Masonic hall.
hours. A t 10 o’clock, Mrs. Moon
Ail local memners, visiting served a delicious plate luncheon
members and members o f the to the following boys and girls:
families over the age o f 16 years Eunice Hager, Lillian Olson, Vera
Landing, Vera Wright, Irma May,
are eligible to attend.
Past matrons will be in charge Marchial Talent, Louise Hansen,
of the evening’s entertainment Marie Moon, Barney Miller, John
which will include a varied pro Ruger, David Gaffney, Kenneth
gram, readings, piano solos, vocal Madden, Claus
solos and dancing features, fol Lee Boyd, Robert Gilmore, Mar
lowed by dancing and cards. The ion Frost and Miss Laura Rag-
music for the dancing will be pro use, instructor o f music in the
vided by Dickey’s orchestra and local schools.
elaborate refreshments will be
A tt r a c tiv e B rid ge Lu n ch eon .—
served at a late hour in the din
bridge luncheon over which Mrs.
W ednesday C lub on T hursday. Louis Brown presided at her home
— Because o f the Presbyterial on Church street,
meeting in Grants Pass on Wed afternoon, March 7th. St. Pat
nesday, March 14, the regular rick being the inspiration for the
meeting of the Wednesday club house and table decorations in
has been postponed to Thursday use.
A huge centerpiece o f at-
TU E S D A Y. MARCH 13, 1 2 8
M. Peters, Louis Stewart; Evan
tractive ahamrock adorning the Hicks in the piAlic library.
dining table, green caudle hold
ers and green tapers, place cards
W E D D I N C IS E N J O Y E D
Brooks, Duke O’Neal: matron of
and favors supplementing the St.
Patrick scheme. . ery clever were
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the place cards bearing Irish men, Clyde Young, Otis Johnson. Schroeder; r"*e *. F. F Whittle,
nicknames, by which the guests Homer Billings, Russel Cripe, A1 C. J. Baughn.an; ringbewrer, K
found their places at the table. A Jordan. Best man, C. E liedberg | T. Staples; b-ide, Emil Pojj.
lovely three course luncheon with bishop, B. C. Forsythe; Pader-
groom, C. Baustin; trainbearers,
the color scheme o f green prom wski, A. C. Joy; bridesmaids, A. 1 Louis Dodge.
inently featured, was served at
Following luncheon, two tables
o f bridge were enjoyed, with
Mrs. Donald Whitney winning a
beautiful gift fo r holding high
score o f the u3 ternoon.
who received the hospitality o f
Mrs. Brown were:
Sylvan Provost, Frank Dean, B.
W H EN YO U
B. Balis, Walter Maxey, Donald ti
Whitney, J. M. Hughes and F. G.
L a d y E lk ’s H old B rid g e P a rty .
! — The Lady Elk’s held their us
; ual semi-monthly card party last
I Thursday afternoon, March 8 at
the ladies club rooms in the lo
cal Elk’s temple, with Mrs. J. M.
Hughes and Mrs. Homer Barron
presiding as joint hostesses for
clinic will be held in the Civic
club house next Thursday after
noon, March 15.
Mothers are requested to regis
ter their babes with Miss Blanche
out by you, will be forwarded to him
for his penunai tnenorn and answer.
Most of our grratnr living tun owe
a (teat p in o f thrar success to Mr.
Incwtcdgr of the art
A r e Important in the Spring M ode
%J > K> w ' *
Because the tailored suit is so prac
tical, it is t!ie choice of many women
— especially this season when it is o u t
s ta n d in g ly smart.
j y j AX FACTOR’S years:of theatrical
^ artistry and skill are.now yours..*
in Society Make Up...uhat Max Factor has
b y tra in or
done for tlx Stars, lx can do for you.
Minor Coach 6: JO a.m. 7:55 p.m.
"Shasta " . 10: J J a-m. 10: JO pan.
"Orcftoman ’ J: 4 J pju.
" M i a m.
• Clever Tailored Suits
A t Y SIS CHARTS which, when tilled
MotorCoacb 8:50 a.m. I0:12pra.
8:30a.m. 8:05 pan.
"Oregonian"" 9:50pan. 10:55 a.m.
Muter coachks call at the Lochia
S A V IN G S •* SAFE DEPOSIT
"whan tarin*# art grtafitti 99
able for dancing and
n sasgom ssl o f Mr
T . L . Rusk, fornaor-
ly w ith M e d fo rd
B o o tery
C O M M E R C IA L «
Special showing for
N ational B ank
New convenience for travelers to
Ponlind and intermediate stations.
Luxurious motor-coach service by
Southern Pici be Motor Transport
Co. in aJJitioa to improved sched
ules of Southern Paubc trains.
W * haw scrum! » limited allo-narrat
F i r s t
o f M u IVturs COMPLEXION AN.
For these same reasons all checks
received should be deposited immed
iately. If not convenient to bank per
sonally, endorse your checks “ For
deposit only,” and make your deposit
B ab y C lin ic H eld N e x t T h u rs
d a y . — The
usual monthly baby
¿y mind ual ftcaul}) Service
This same rule should apply to all
business transactions no matter how
small. Errors,- sudden death, or other
unexpected causes, make this neces
sary to one’s protection.
Prizes o f the day were won by
the following ladies: Bridge, Mrs.
E. L. Wilkes and five-hundred,
Mrs. B. M. Shoudy.
Delicious refreshments were
served by the hostesses following
the games to a good sized crowd.
Cattlemen have been warned by
their association to take or give a
b ill o f sale whenever they buy or sell
cattle, in order to protect themselves
against possession of “ astray” cattle
or cattle otherwise acquired which
rightfully belongs to another.
T w eed and T w ill
Here are the prevailing suit modes
for Spring— jaunty, clever shot jacket
models of modish twill and tweed mix
$ 9 .9 0 lo $14.75
Single and double-breasted styles,
hip-length jackets and edges bound