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fllDAY, MARCH 30, 1928
E » u r t » i» » .— Mrs.
p,) Crow presided over an Eas-
laneheon Tuesday afternoon,
following: Mrs. Sylvan Provoat,
Mrs. Gerald Wenner and Mrs.
Mr«. Charles G. Thomson.
W e^ M > 4 *)i A s s e m b ly . — "Bud
On Thursday afternoon. Mrs. get your time” was the topic of
the talk given by President
j Crow was again hostess to a
Churchill at the first assembly
group of friends from Medford,
of the spring quarter held Wed
■ entertaining them at a 1 o’clock
nesday morning. He urged stu
j luncheon followed by bridge. dents
to make out a time budget
J Eight Medford ladies accepted
and evolve a definite study pro
j Mrs. Crow’s hospitality, who were gram to be carried out during
| Mrs. U. S. Armstrong, Mrs. R.
the entire term. If the students
W. Sleeter. Mrs. Roy Mason,
are conscientious this idea will
Mrs. R. D. Stearns, Mrs. C. B.
be of much value and result in
Rogers. Mrs. 0 . C. Boggs and
better grades. The budget system
is being used throughout the en
tire United States in government
finances, and municipal apportion
ment of funds and in a great
many homes has met with won
derful success wherever tried,
IN THE GREAT $50,000
he stated. Verne Caldwell, head
LAUNDRY LETTER CONTEST"
the pshchology department of
PRIZES WERE AWARDED
the normal explained the absen
TO THE FOLLOWING LOCAL PEOPLE:
ce rule and the making up of
class work, for the benefit of new
J. C. ALLEN, MRS. LOUIS DODGE
^ t s arriving at 1 o’clock and
* ^ on being served at five
A color scheme of
How was artistically used, daf-
J * narcissus and flu ffy yel-
^ chicks adding their share in
gjfcinf the decorations beauti-
jal »nil novel.
A three course
luncheon was followed by an
^tsrnoon of bridge and the
hostess awarded prizes to the
MRS, ALBERT C. JOY. LIZZIE MERRITT
. FLORENCE C. ROWE.
R etu rn
fr o m
H a rb or.
and Mrs. D. Perozzi returned to
Ashland Tuesday after spending
several days at their summer
WE APPRECIATE THE INTEREST TAKEN
BY ASHLAND PEOPLE IN THE CONTEST
AND ARE PLEASED TO STATE TH AT
THERE ARE MORE WINNERS IN ASHLAND
THAN IN M ANY LARGER CITIES.
home in Harbor. They were join
ed at Eugene by their daughter,
Thelma, who is attending the
university at that city, and she
enjoyed the spring vacation with
them at Harbor,
Eugene on Sunday to resume her
Mr. and Mrs. Perozzi
visited several days in Eugene
before returning to their home
j in this city.
R etu rn H o m e . — Mr. and Mrs.
Wil Mitchell a n d daughters.
Madge and Marie, returned Mon
day from a week’s visit with
friends in Eugene.
R ed B lu ff V is ito r* . — A1 J. Mad-
eras and Earl Fredericks of Red
Bluff, Calif., are in Ashland tot
I a few days conducting business
B en d
W om en
V is it* . — Mrs.
Kitty Walker of Bend stopped
o ff in this city Tuesday for a
vis'd with her old friends, Mr.
and Mrs. Lew Hanson of the
Ashland Hotel. Mrs. W’ alker re
ceived a message from her son in
Salinas, Calif., calling her to that
city through illness in the family.
C o n fin e d to B e d .— Mrs. E. A.
HERBERT’ S GROCERY
Phillip Pancake Flour,
2 for .........................................
2 5 '
W hole Wheat Fig Bars
2 pounds ...................................
3 5 '
3 bars Cream Oil Soap free with one
box Peets powder at ...............................
10 bars Royal White
ASHLAND LAUNDRY CO.
R e tu rn s H o m e . — The mother
of C. W. Fortmiller, manager of
the local J. C. Penny store, re
turned to her home in Albany
after visiting in this city for sev
OVERLAND SHOE SHOP
— Hank Pace,
well-known Medford man was in
Ashland on Wednesday visiting.
M e d fo r d
“ Y o u r F o o t W ill B r io g Y o u
V is it R e la tiv e * .— Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Cornelius o f Portland
have been spending a few days
it/ this city visiting relatives and
Mr. Cornelius is well
known here, having attended the
local high school and dwelt here
during his boyhood.
3 9 '
THE SCREEN CLUB
IS HOLDING A
B o o s ts f o r H ig h w a y .— “ W K itey
Harris o f the Grants Pass boost
er club was in Ashland Wednes
day, selling chance tickets on a
Ford to supplement the fund for
the promotion o f the Redwood
T a la a t Visitors.— Henry Burn
ett and son, Raymond, were Ash
land visitors on Wednesday.
F ro m
D e o t s r — Joe Rummer-
field o f Deeter was greeting
friends in this city the first of
Announcing Opening of
In the Swedenburg Building
297 East Main Street
You are most cordially invited to inspect our new 20th Century
quarters where courtesy prevails and quality is always linked with
price. Come! Whether you buy c r not!
-■ Saturday is
RED LETTER DAY l
PRICES GOOD FRIDAY- SATU RDAY AND MONDAY, MARCH
30, 31 AND APRIL 2nd.
Creme Oil Soap, 6 bars
The boy dreams o f
a, watch o f his own
that keeps perfect
The last Saturday in each month is S. & H.
Red Letter day and each customer is entitled
Practica?.' w a tch es f o r b o y »
$ 1 .2 5 to $ 1 5 .0 0
to ten free stamps for the asking.
Pineapple Libbys, can, contains
8 large luscious slices in rich
syrup, large cans
Paper, tissue, 1000 soft
sanitary sheets to the
roll, 6 rolls .........
Sport and Dress
$59.50 Coat Values
See the Rack of
$ 1 0 ° ° to $ 1 2 50
at just $10 less than
the regular price.
any kind o f
Co-ed and Pansy
on your radio we
$15.00 to $25 °°
now* have a com
B«tter s e l e c t
y o u r G 1 o ves
now while sizes
are complete. A
b i g assortment
o f new styles.
Tubes tested free o f
Arm and Pouch
Fig Bars, with a generous fig
filling, freshly baked
big value at 2-lbs..........
Prunes, there’ s economy in eat
ing this wholesome
fruit, 3 pounds ............
Starch, Amaizó, corn or gloss,
your pick 1-lb. pkgs.
2 5 c
Peas, Royal City, sweet tender
fancy peas, the kind you like.
No. 4 sieve
4 9 c
Matches, Searchlight, noiseless,
non poisonous, large
full count, 6 boxes ....
BEANS. Van Camps, medium sized cans, 3 for 25c
Soap, Crystal White, 6
bars 25c; 12 bars ........
Peets Granulated Soap
large package ...........
Oil- Amaizó, fine for frying and
baking as well as for making
4 3 c
FLOUR, Fishers Blend, there’ s
noting better, 49-lb. sack
— SMOKED V r ATS—
charge. Call us.
HAMS, Swift’ s Premium, average
weight 12 to 14 pounds, half or w iole, pound
X L Electric
Picnics, fancy, average weight
7 to 8 pounds, while
they last- pound ............
Bags in silk and
Queen Quality Shoes— $/?• 85 $ 7 -8 5 $ g 85 $ 0 .8 5
Brooms, Gem 5 sew, a good
sound broom and a genuine
3 9 °
Guy Good, Prop.
2 5 '
Old Dutch Cleanser, can
$ j g . 7 5 to $ J 0 .7 5
IN APPRECIATION OF THE PATRONAGE OF OUR HUNDREDS
OF FRIENDS IN, AND SURRO UNDING, ASHLAND, W E HAVE
MOVED TO MORE SPACIOUS QUARTERS IN THE SWEDEN
BURG BUILDING WHERE W E SHALL STRIVE TO IMPROVE
EVEN THE 20th CENTURY SE RVICE.
' G rejen D iscount S tamps
B a ck ”
W e Deliver
W e G ive
JUST OVER THE HILL IS EASTER TIME.
NOW MEN, THE FOUNDATION OF THE
WELL DRESSED MAN BEGINS A T THE
FEET, SO LET US FURNISH YOU W ITH
YOUR NEW SPRING OXFORDS.
19. E. Main
YOU KNOW W H A T POSTUM SAYS!
Eliason has been confined to her
bed for the past week at home of
her daughter, Mrs. George Kra
mer on Ilargadine street.
On the Plaza
20th Century Coffee the best that money can|buy
pound 45c; 3 pounds $1.32
Freshest and most complete line of fruit and vege
tables in the city
íb io j m
Bacon, Fancy sugar cured, aver-
age weight 8 to 10-lbs, half or