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Friday, February 1,1935
SOUTHERN OREGON MINER
ceeded by u 6 o'clock dinner served
♦ • The Alpha Tauri dramatic so
ciety of the Southern Oregon Nor Ashland Music Club
hi the Camp Applegate |x>rH<>n-
mal school held their quarterly in
‘Fry’ Church for nel to which the Christian work*
itiation and ban«iuet Sunday at
EDITED BY EDWINA JAMES
( barge of Russians era und th«* immediate cominuni-
the summit of the Siskiyou*. Th«*
party skiki until 7 o’clock and
ty were Invited. The Christian
• The engagement of Miss June Jr., H L. Claycomb. P. R. Hardy, then attended th«* banquet. Later
Ashland Music Study Club pre
Since "Th«* Church'* was the Endeavor society will meet hence
Hall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Green, Howard Hobson, W. in the evening four of the neo sented an enjoyable program on
John Hall of this city, to Mr. Rich E. Bartlett. Otis Hobson. Edwin phytes presented a take-off from Thursday evening, January 31 at Christian Endeavor topic for Inst forth at the regular hour of 10:30
ard Mann of Medford, was received Dunn. Dom Provost, Gerald Wen a recent popular play. Then Mr. the Civic Club house* at 7:4S Sunday, that subject found an un a. m.
with much interest by many ner, C. W. Fortmiller, Melvin Angus Bowmer showed some of o'clock. The program was bused usual method of treatment in tile
friends. Miss Hall and Mr. Mann Kaegi. R. L. Burdic and the hon the moving pictures that he ha«i on what is known us “Chamber Upper Applegate Endeavor circle
were both graduates of Medford ored guest. Mrs. George Ross The taken at the* Sons-Monmouth game Music." Th«« opening number was which convene«! in th«* evening ut
high school a few years ago. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ross and at the pageant which he di followed by a discussion and defi
Camp Applegate. Assuming a
wedding date has been set for Sun will be sorry to see them leave rected for the Diamond Jubilee last nition of Chamber Music
This charge base«! on the (Mipuiur opin*
day, February 2. The bride was
summer. Members of the O-yer- was very creditably handle«! by
given a linen shower at the home well liked in the business ami so un-gon cast who appear«*«! in the Mrs. -----------
Ion of Russians tlrnt "the church
W. E. KLaainger.
of fiance's parents. Mr. and Mrs. cial circles.
pageant recorded excellent imita
A piano duet by Marjorie Free 0- is an opiate of the people,*’ the
E. Mann, at which Ume she re • Arthur Abbott of Liberty street tions of some of the Hollywood and man and Cleone Stoner followed.
society directed study of the lop-
ceived many beautiful and useful has been ill for the last several Broadway celebrities, and at 10:30 Anltra's Dance" by Grieg.
ic in the form ot a trial by Jury
days, but is improving.
the party came back to Ashland.
Vivian Freeman, accomplished
• Miss Silvia Provost, who is a • Under doctor's orders, Dan Kay • Mrs. Erf ord Poole, who under I violinist, presented throe numbers. and trie«i th«* church on the Rus
Buying and Selling
student nurse at Stanford Hospital of the Automotive shop will take went an appendicitis operation at "Rondino," "Kroisler," and sel<x.*- sian charge.
in San Francisco, arrived in Ash a month's vacation. Mr. Kay has the Community hospital Monday tions from "11 Trovatore," accom
Linden McCullough, educational
of Fruits and
land Tuesday, January 29. to stay been ill for the past few weeks, morning, expects to return home panied by Sebastian Apollo, of advisor at Camp Applegate, acted
two weeks with her parents. Mr but hopes to be entirely recovered by the end of the week
as Judge. The prosecution was
and Mrs. P. S. Provost, on Meade at the end of his rest period.
• Mr. ami Mrs. Wren Newhouse
A featured i attraction of the representeil by Nicholas Dylngoff,
Mrs. George Walls entertained and son and daughter, Buster and I evening was a string quartet of with Ren McCloy serving as de
A FEW APPLES AT
• Attending the ski meet at on Tuesday afternoon, January 29, Cora, have sold their ranch on local people, Dr. Harvey A. Woods. fenae counsel. The Jury oox was
Snowman's Hill near Mount Shasta
Chester Woods, , cello, and Ruth dared a verdict of acquittal of the
Sunday were Fred Taylor, H. L. mezzanine floor of the Hotel in Ashland.
Claycomb, Dom Provost, P. R. Lithia. The guests enjoyed six ta • Miss Ruth Severance of Jack- Hardy, violin.
The fourth number by Miss De
bles of contract bridge, and a very sonville, who has been teaching
Burke and H. Lyman.
The Endeavor period wax pre-
attractive and delightful luncheon in the local high school for the lores Rixlriguez of Medford, in
• Mrs Marcia Ross entertained was served.
past year ami a half, has resigned I eluded a group of Spanish songs,
at a salad bridge on Saturday at
her position and returned home. I "Bizet and Ciavelitos," aung in
1:30 for her daughter-in-law. Mrs • Word has been received here of From there she plans to go back I Spanish, “To the Sun." in Eng
George Ross, who had been spend the death of Mrs. Anne E. Harris to Hawaii very soon.
• ■ lish. and "Habanera." in English.
ing a few days with Mrs Ross be of Spokane, Wash. Mrs. Harris • The semi-annual violin recital
The fifth, and concluding num-
fore her departure for her new
was played by Sebastian
home in Tacoma, Washington. Mr. Brien and Mr. James Harris, and been set tentatively for February I Apollo of Medford. "Tarantella"
and Mrs. Ross and their young son
8. at the Lithia hotel,
returned to Tacoma on Tuesday. Brien, and Jim Bush, state police • With over 30 young Ashland I The committee who arranged
We Clean Your Upholstery Thoroughly
Mrs. Ross had the rooms of her
violinists appearing on the pro-1 this program. A. Bert Freeman,
Free With Every Grease or Wash Job!
lovely home on North Main at • Among the many shoppers to gram, almost every type of violin Mrs Paul Byers, anil Mrs. C. D.
tractively decorated in pink and be in Ashland Saturday were Mr. music will be presented, The pu-1 Elhart. are to be complimented for
green, with green candles shedding and Mrs. C. W. McCoy of Talent. pils range from elementary to very I the excellent entertainment they
a mellow light over the guests. • When Wimpy returns to Ash advanced players, and it is ex-1 presented.
High score prizes for each table land he will find a new coat of pected that as usual the recital
went to Mrs. H. G. Enders, Mrs. paint adorning his favorite lunch hall will be crowded with Ashland pre .YCHERS* zlSSOCIATION
Roy Frazier and Mrs. W. E. Bart stand, Sherm's Hamburger shop, music lovers who are invited to at
PRESENT LIBRARY BOOKS
lett. The beautiful guest gift was on East Main.
tend. A complete program will be
presented to Mrs. George Ross. • You may be able to find an printed later.
The Ashland Ministerial asso
Guests included Mesdames Ward honest man with a lantern, but • Miss Nellie Dickey left for Los
V Croft, C. A. Haines. Ed Miller J. H. Carter of Carter's service Angeles on Tuesday to be the ciation at Its last meeting voted
station on the boulevard would guest of her sister. Mrs. H. P. to purchase two books and they
uke to find a dishonest man or Kervin. She Intends to remain in have been placed in the public li
WE DELIVER ANY AMOUNT FREE OF CHARGE
men with electric light globes, the south for at least a week or 10 brary.
"Iron, Blood and Profits” by
Sunday night thieves appropriated days.
all the globes from his gas <ils- • Herman McFarland, who was George Scldes is an exposure of
Per I xku I. Dumped
pensary and Carter is still in the recently injured while working in world-wide munitions racket. It is ,
Large Ixiad. I)uni|>ed
dark about who the culprits might the woods for the CCC and who the most sensational story pub
lished since the war and is a doc
has been in Sacramento for treat-
• Mrs. J. M Hughes of 264 Oak ment, sent word to his mother, umented account of treason for
street entertained eight friends Mrs. Lillian McFarland, that he
Gunter Fuel Co.
money, the sinster intrigue of ar
with two tables of bridge Wed-1 was rapidly improving.
• Mrs M M. Brower entertained mament lobbies in Washington and
• Dr. C. A. Haines, who went to the Fortnightly Study club on
"The Power of Non-Violence"
i Portland last Wednesday on a Monday af‘“rnoon. A short topic, j I points out a way to Bettie disputes
\ business trip, returned to the city "Kansas on the Carib," LL'I
with°ut war. Every person inter-
I on Sunday morning.
by Mrs. Ruth Newbry, was very
ln peace wl||
j • Mrs. P. R. Hardy, who under- interesting. Mrs. G. A. Briscoe help and interest in these two vol
> went a major operation at the gave a book review of "A Child umes.
Community hospital last week, is Went Forth." These topics foi-
doing as well as can be expected, lowed the regular business meet-
Whenever one gets something
for nothing another must needs
end of this week.
dainty and attractive refreshments get nothing for something. -Wes-
24c • Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Starr spent were served.
the week-end in Ashland with Mr • Dr. Walter Redford, president
Whenever the pedestrian does
Starr's mother, Mrs. F. B. Kenney of the Southern Oregon Normal get a break the doctor usually
Half or whole, lb...... 23c of B street. Mr. and Mrs Starr school, returned home Tuesday, af- says it's a bad one.—Weston (Ore
recently made their home in ter being in Corvallis for a short gon) Leader.
Grants Pass, where Mr. Starr holds time. Dr. Redford went to Cor-
Fresh Stock RAISINS
a position under the State High- vallis to attend a meeting of the
3 pounds...................... 20c way commission.
presidents of the normal schools
Lennoy & Billings
• Mr. George Walls of the Lithia | of Oregon. The meeting was for
800 NORTH MAIN
hotel 1 eturned to Ashland Wed- the purpose of ascertaining the
12-ounce bottle......... 10c nesday at lei spending a week in I rating of the school faculties.
Salem anc Portland <c a business • Miss Ruby Howell and Lathan
Stevens were married on Wednes-
B&M BAKED BEANS
Large can .................. 17c • On Wednesday, February 6, the day. January 16, at Medford. Mrs.
Civic club will have a covered cish Stevens is the daughter of Mr and
dinner at the Civic clubhouse, hon- Mrs. F. E. Garle of Valley View,
oring the Mayor, Mr. Thon, ton She was a graduate of Ashland
White or Y’ellow
city official, raid the Scrv- high school in 1933. Mr. Stevens
9-pound sack.............. 33c Wiley,
‘ce club. Members are requested I la the son of Mr. L. Stevens of
bring their husbands or a friend. Central Point, where the young
Rogue River CATSUP
• The Sons were complimented by couple have been staying since
Bottle .......................... 18c the faculty on their excellent mixer their marriage. All of their many
given by the Art club of the sch>ol. friends wish them the best happi-
The club followed the theme of nc8S and good luck.
’’Winter in Greenwich” throughout • Mr. W. R. Clapp, father of Mrs.
Where You Get Most for Your Money Every Day in the Week
the evening. Music was furnished Ves Hood, left for Portland on
by the Whipple orchestra and Wednesday evening. Mrs. Hood
seemed to be appreciated by the will undergo a major operation
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10 for 17c
CORN FLAKES, Post’s, each 7 c
TOILET TISSUE™. 6 for 23c
3 for 17c
VEGETABLES, 2 bunches Sc
GRAPEFRUIT.“ 4 for ISC
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Complete Food Market
And Now, Ashland’s Best
SANITARY MEAT MARKET
GRAND OPENING SATURDAY!
Free Coffee Sandwiches Doughnuts
Ask for Your Free Bicycle Coupons
Barnthouse Will Open
New Market in Week
A new, modern and up-to-date
market will be open for business
early next week in the Hersey
building, next to Addis drug store,
according to Frank Bamthouse,
who is busy installing a new front
to the building and latest equlp-
Mr. Barnthouse will operate
both a retali and Wholesale busi-
ness at thè new market.
For the Following
Land Plaster (Gypsum)
Sulphate of Ammonia
Seed, Barley, Oats, Rye, Wheat,
Vetch and all sorts of (.’lovers
Bulk Garden Seeds A Specialty
LET US KNOW YOUR
If You Don’t Know Where to
Get It, Ask for it at
Ted’s Feed and Seed
61 West Main
Grocery and Meat Market
K-C Baking Powder, 25c tin
Tomatoes, No. 2’/2 tin.........
Salmon, Del Monte, No. 1 tall..... 19c
Extra Fancy Boneless Filecheres,
9’/2-ounce tin............................... 10c
Post Toasties, 3 for................
Golden Dates, fresh, 2 pounds
Seedless Raisins, 15-oz., 2 for
White Figs, 2 pounds...............
Dried Pears, 2 pounds............. 35c
Date Prunes, 3 pounds............ 25c
Coffee, It’s Good, 2 pounds......... 35c
Coffee, as good as the best, 1 lb. 25c
Hills and MJB Coffee, 1-lb. tin.... 31c
Ovaltine, medium size.................. 40c
Ghirardellis Sweet Chocolate
Malted Milk, 1-pound tin......... 28c
Campbell’s Tomato Juice, l2*/2-
ounce tin Saturday only....
Oranges, large size, sweet and
juicy, dozen................................. 25c
Sweet Oranges, med. size, doz...„15c
Large Lemons, dozen..................... 15c
Arizona Grapefruit, 64 size.......... 5c
Veal Stew, fresh, good, lb., 5c to 8c
Steaks, pound................................. 12c
Roasts, pound................................. 10c
Sausage, pound............................... 15c
OUR BAKERY DEPARTMENT IS SURPASSED By NONE