The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19??, March 27, 1928, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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SOCIETY
Surprise Party.— Member» of
the Jolly Bunch Card club met
at the L. A. Robert’» home Thurs­
day evening and went in a body
to the George Crapsey home, the
occasion being in the form o f a
surprise in honor o f the birthday
anniversary of Mr. Crapsey.
Each member took a covered
dish containing some choice food,
and an elaborate supper was
spread at the long dining room
table. Each member brought a
birthday card and the sentiment
expressed was read at the table,
causing much merriment.
Following
supper,
several
hour* were spent in playing 500.
Those present at the happy affair
were: Mr. and Mrs. George Crap­
sey, Mr. and Mrs. James Hersey,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shaw, Mr.
and Mrs. George Eib, Mr. and
Mrs. Cliff |*ayne, Mr. and Mx.s.
L. A. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. J.
K<>, h, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dick­
ey, Will Crapsey and Mrs. Jennie
Gilbert.
Elk's Card Party.— The largest
attendance o f the «easr>f featur­
ed the semi-monthly Lady Elk’s
card party held in the local
Elk’s temple Thursday. March
¿2, with Mn. B B. Balia and Mrs.
C. H. Vaupel presiding as host­
esses for the afternoon.
Two prises for bridge were
granted during the afternoon,
there being no tables o f 500 play­
ed. Mrs. R. E. Detrick won the
first prize and Mrs. E. L. Wilkes
.he consolation.
*
After the games, the hostesses
served delicious refreshments.
Delphian Chapter Meeting.---
The local Delphians held their
regular monthly chapter meeting
this afternoon in the ball room
of the Lithia Springs hotel. After
a short business session which
was presided over by the presi­
dent, Mrs. John Fuller, the dis­
trict supervisor, Mrs. F. G. Swe­
den burg took the afternoon’s pro­
gram in charge which consisted
of two especially fine numbers.
Mrs. John Fuller reviewed the
book, ‘ ‘ Black Majesty,” by John
Van Cook, the author of the
popular work, “ Tom Toms,” a
tale of the African jungles.
"Black Majesty” by Van Cook
has been approved by the Liter­
ary Guild and was recently as­
sembled in book form by Harper
and Sons, and will soon appear
A SH LA N D
on the market. Critics claim thrft
this book is better than the
former.
Professor Irving E. Vining
spoke before the ladies on “ Mac­
beth" He presented the differ­
ent characteristics o f the char-
actres in this drama Comparing
them to the characters o f the
modern play and o f every day
lifei Members o f the club who
were disappointed at not being
allowed the privilege of taking
up “ Macbeth” in the regular
study work o f the year were de­
lighted to be granted the privil­
ege o f hearing the play outlined
in the masterly manner o f which
Mr. Vining is noted.
A splendid attendance marked
the occasion with a number of
guests from other local clubs be­
ing invited for the afternoon’s
program. Mrs. E. A. Woods and
Mrs. Walter Everton acted as
hostesses for the afternoon.
Bluebird Party.— A delightful
“ bluebird spring party” was en­
joyed last Friday at the Winsome
kindergarten with Mrs. Nellie
Sieloff acting as hostess to her
pupils and their parents.
The
kindergarten was charmingly dec­
orated with bluebirds made by the
little tots and a profusion o f daf­
fodils.
The following program
was presented by the little ones
for the benefit of the mothers.
“ Little bluebird in a tree” and
“ Mother Natures Carpet” by five
boys. “ Spring,” a resitation by
Joe Burdic, “ Lady Spring," Lillie
Sieloff. “ A Seed,” Charles Har­
rison, “ Sing a Song o f pussy
I cats," Shirley Enden, “ I Love
little Pussy,” by pupils. “ Little
Lark” Everett Hoffman, “ Some­
body’s Knocking.” song by pupils
“ A Secret,” Lily Sieloff. “ Little
Bo Peep.” Nancy Briggs. “ I
heard a happy bird sing,” song
“ Violets,” Buddy Silver. “ Blue­
bird comes,”
Freddie Ijayer.
“ Little Boy Blue,” Billy Briggs,
“ Lady Bug, Lady Bug,” song,
“ Dear Robin” poem by all. “ Tu­
lips” Lily Sieloff. Bluebird play
by pupils. A story by Lily Sieloff.
Following the afternoon’s en­
tertainment, the hostess served
refreshments of iced bird cookies
and ice cream to the following pu­
pils and their mothers: Lily Sie­
loff, Charles Harrison, Joe Bur­
dic, Everett Hoffman, Buddy
Silver, Billy Briggs, Billy Elhart,
Nancy Briggs, Jean Read, Shir­
ley Enders, Martha Sieloff, Fred­
die Bayer, Otie Helman, Billy
Green, Captain
Brooks,
Billy
Burdic, Donald Brooks, Lottie
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A splendid
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Now Playing
81 x 90 splendid sheets at
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KARL DANE, GEO. K. ARTHUR
TUESDAY, MARCH 27. 1928
REGISTER
Barber and Bobby Simpkins. Mes­
dames C. J. Read, Helman, Nate
Simpkins, William Briggs, G. M.
Green, H. H. Elhart, O. F. Sil­
ver. Brooks, Powell, Barber and
Hoffman.
tional release and the greatest ad­
vertisement ever granted Ashland
Mr. Theobald worked for six
months without pay to prove that
he was a producer and not a pro­
moter, also proving to Hollywood
that Ashland was the best place
Honored Motion Picture De­ in America to make pictures, be­
v e lo p e r . — Over forty members of cause o f the violet rays in the
the West Coast Historical and sunlight.
Mr. Wise of New York, head
Screen society met at the local
screen headquarters in the nati- of the Art Class corporation,
torium last Saturday evening, the chanced to be in Hollywood at
occasion being in honor of the the time o f the showing of ‘ Gold’
birthday anniversary o f Carl A. and was very enthusiastic, declar­
Theobald and his recent success ing that Mr. Theobald had given
in getting the local picture, the world a new art, with the
presentation of new ideas and the
“ Gold,” released.
With the release of the local lighting being far superior to
picture by the Art Class corpora­ that of Hollywood. Mr. Wise de­
tion o f Hollywood, the company sires Mr. Theobald to make 12
which handles the Charles Chap­ one reel and a number of feature
lin pictures, this means interna- pictures.
The evening passed happily
with toast* jokes, puns and »
short program in which Dr. Mat-
tie Shaw delivered several splend­
id readings and Mrs. Mary Wil.
shire and Mrs. Clara Bomar also
favored with readings. Musical
! numbers and dancing were also
pleasant features of the affair.
Delicious
refreshments being
| served late in the evening, short-
i ly before the members departed
] after wishing Mr. Theobald fu-
i ture success and happiness.
Returns to Alaska.— Mrs. L. V.
Adsit, who has been visiting here
for several weeks with her sister,
Mrs. S. L. Burton on Fourth
street, left last Thursday for her
home at Juneau, Alaska.
Mrs. *
Adsit went to Seattle by train and
from there she took the steamer
“ Yukon” to Juneau.
Voters
N O T IC E !
April 17th is the last date to regis­
ter. A law passed by the people in
1927 positively prohibits swearing
in of voters at polls. You may regis­
ter at the office of Billings Agency.
Circular
Tubing
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Toweling
New Patterns!
Bleached
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Yard
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16 inch— oiasa aad fancy
part lisca crash.
ly, yard
15c
mm.
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