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T U E S D A Y . M AY 22, 192S
T H E A S H L A N D R E C IS T E R
F A C E FOUR
I L. B. Tuttle, Medford Daily News;
Takes E xception
j C. J. Read, Ashland Register; G. j
Guy Good took exception to the
i M. Green, Ashland Tidings; Bruce;
Mayor’s statement that city offi-
| Dennis, Klamath Falls Herald and 1
| cials had not been consulted re-1
Klamath News; A. Lea Mallery,
garding the petition, and said that
Klamath County Courier.
he had called the Mayor up con- j
cerning the proposal.
(Continued from page 1)
“ Take the city o f Medford,”
V. D. Miller told how Klamath
B ridge Parties at Green Hom e
were represented after Mis* Ger Mr. Hardy stated, “ they have par Falls had gone back to diagonal
Mrs. G. M. Green was hostess
trude Biede, city recorder, had allel parking and look where the | parking after try the other meth- I
[ to a group o f friends on Thurs-
read the petition with the namesI
od and made a plea for a harmon- I
i day afternoon, entertaining at
o f practically every business house j located, on the side streets, where ious settlement of a perplexing
I bridge at her home on Granite
in Ashland signed thereto. Mr. j
j street. An artistic color scheme
W. H. McNair followed Mr.
Hardy first took up the question j
P. R. Hardy declared emphat
1 of red and lavender was carried
raised by the Mayor, as to the
ically that the little boy who had !
j out in all decorations and appoint-
trucks unloading in front of the and explained that he felt there been killed did not meet his death :
| ments with the use of peonies,
«tores and partially blocking the
from diagonal parking. He said
carnations, stock and sweet peas.
traffic. He explained that Ash and would not be any unless the he was an eye witness to the ac-
| The luncheon tables were dainty
land was different from the aver
cident, and that it was due to the ;
j with lavender sweet peas in red
age town in that there were no by constantly bringing it pip them sun being in the boy’s eyes, and
| holders, and an enjoyable after
side streets, or other ways of
his inability to see an approach
noon was spent playing bridge.
reaching the back doors to busi of side streets, which made it es- ing car. “ The accident referred
Prizes were given to Mrs. Fred
ness houses, and this fact made
to by the Mayor,” declared Mr.
Wagner and Mrs. P. S. Provost
it compulsory for trucks to un sible be utilized for parking on Hardy, “ would have occurred re GÊOQOE K AQTHUQ ahd KAÛL
after the afternoon’s play.
load from the Main street. He
gardless of the manner in which
In the evening of Thursday, Mr.
A t V in in « Thursday and Friday
explained how when parallel park
“ In front o f Mr. Miller’s and the cars had been parked.” Mr.
and Mrs. Green received a group
ing was in effect for a short time my place of business,” Mr. Mc Hardy also raised the question as
of friends, entertaining with a
Names C om m ittee
it was necessary to transport mer Nair stated, “ with diagonal park to just how many serious accidents
bridge supper. Eleven tables of
Judge Robert Sawyer, publish
Haro'- Brothers’ ing, at least five cars can now had occurred because of diagonal
I bridge were arranged and after
er of the Bend Bulletin and pres
Grocery to a place as far as the park, but with the other plan only parking.
the games, a two-course supper
Andy McGee home on Gresham two could be cared fo r.”
T.H . Simpson said that the pe ident of the Oregon state editor was served. The same color scheme
street. He further stated that speaker also explained how space tition was practically unanimous ial association, has announced a
was used as in the afternoon and
during the time this form o f park back of the stores was used for and that not a single person ap committee o f Southern Oregon
four beautiful prizes were given
ing was in vogue business suffer the parking o f their own personal proached had refused to sign it newspapermen to welcome the for bridge scores, which were won
ed a material decline.
He ex cars.
He urged the council to leave the California Editorial association on by Mr. John Enders, Dr. R. L.
their arrival in southern Oregon Burdic, Mrs. Emmett Gillings and
parking the way it was.
As there were no other speak on their way to Crater Lake where Mrs. C. J. Read.
ers the Mayor called for a vote. they will hold their annual conven
Mrs. Green was assisted at both
Several of the councilmen explain tion. The delegation will arrive in parties by Mrs. Earl Crow, Mrs.
ed their attitude on the matter, Ashland and Medford on the 25th J. A. McGee, Mrs. Dean Scott, Mrs.
many of them favoring personally of June.
Elwood Hedberg and the Misses
the change, but all declared that The welcoming committee as ap Muriel Johnston and Lucy Schwer
due to the overwhelming senti pointed is as follows: R. W. Ruhl, of Santa Monica, California.
ment expressed by the business Medford Mail Tribune; A. E. Vor-
interests they did not feel jus heis. Grants Pass Courier; George
RAINIER — Cannery opens for
tified in voting for a change.
T. Pierce, Grants Pass Bulletin; salmon packing.
PLAN IS DEFEATED
plained how the firm he repre
sented as well as others had spent
years in developing outside bus
iness, and how such a parking
ph.n as proposed would tear down
the efforts of these years.
To The Front
In line with our policy of making Women’s
Shoes a more important part of our Women’s
Wear Store we are giving to this department a
prominent position up front'in the store — a
transition from the shoe den to a real shoe par
You will be as enthusiastic about it as we are
when you see it, and you will be pleased with
your shoe style and comfort as other folks have
been when you have come to realize that it does
make a difference where you buy your shoes.
One Smart Pattern
T h e New Pauletts
Cloth 1 strap Pump
You Should See This
Chapter A. C. o f the P. E. O. will
indulge in a bungalow party on
Saturday, May 26, at the home
o f Mrs Louis Dodge. Each mem
ber in ac^ rdance with the ap
proach of the warm spring weath
er will don a fetching bungalow
apron for the occasion.
Another School for Ashland!
Scientific School of Swimming
^ T O O L A T E T O C L A S S IF Y —~
FOR RENT— Seven-room house
on Palm avenue, will be vacated
June 15. Well furnished, includ
ing piano. Near high school and
Normal. Inquire 231 Gresham.
Has Been Located In Ashland by
Mr. Chas. Spear has been Appointed by Them
as Head Instsuctor
$23.50 Tudor Hall
W IT H E X T R A PAIR OF TROUSERS
An attractive price and you’ll feel like a new’
man in one of these smart pattems--grey, stripe,
tan or check. On display and sale today at—
It takas 200 y u a n ta G row
an 16-inch Beecli Trea . . .
yat you can Cut or Burn it
in H alf an H our. Your build
ing may represent the sac
rifice and earnings of gen
erations. How foolish for
you to save an insurance
premium and risk the in
stant loss of the money val
ue o f the labor o f years!
Don’t try it. Consult this
Appointments Arranged for At
Jantzen Swim Suits for Both Ladies and Gentlemen
BILLINGS A G E N C Y
TA ILO R S
41 East Main
It won’t be long now until all of you fellows
are wearing this comfortable two piece under
wear. And when 1 say ‘comfortable’ that’s just
it. And good looking to^, why they’re so darn
good looking that we are even selling them to the girls. O f course I
let George do that. And say they are not high priced—Shirts 50c to $1.
and Pants 50c to $1.25. Come on and try a suit an see if I am right.
Allen A Underwear
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