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Monday, April 12, 1913
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In the Social Realm
Activities of the Auxiliary.
Mesdames A. H. Pracht, Sylvan
Provost, F. 0. Dean and W. Y. Crow
son entertained the Auxiliary at a
most successful social meeting Wed
nesday evening at the parish house.
There was a large attendance and
several names were added to the
clubs' membership, which is now sixty
The social session was preceded byt
a short business meeting, there being
several important matters to discuss.
First and foremost was the advertis
ing of the Dramatic Club's series of
entertainments for which the Auxil
iary is standing sponsor. Each mem
ber present took it upon herself to
sell five tickets for the course. This
courso of three entertainments la an
unusually strong and well-balanced
series and is assuredly a "bargain" at
$1. The first evening will be given
a farce, "Ashland Hay at the Panama
Exposition," with local hits and take
offs, and a program of vaudeville
numbers of nr. usual interest. The
second number of the series will con
sist of a playlet and exhibitions of
fancy dancing, including the beautiful
"shadow dance." The third entertain
ment will be a strong classical drama.
The Auxiliary is proud to Btand back
of such a course of such undoubted
merit and also to encourage our fine
home talent. The money from the
sale of the tickets (and the unsold
tickets as well) Is to be turned in to
Mrs. Pell, president of the Auxiliary's
Miss Taverner having resigned the
secretaryship of the Auxiliary, Mrs
E. R. G reive, was elected to fill this
At the suggestion of the advisory
board the choice of a permanent name
, for the club was postponed until after
it takes. possession of Its club home.
Judge Watson's residence will be
used for this purpose and arrange
ments are going forward (or moving
The social session opened with a
program. Miss Myrtle Doughgehty
favored the company with an instru
mental solo; Mrs. Ashcraft gave a
beautiful vocal solo; Mrs. Homer
Barron delighted the audience with
the "Highland fling," done in cos
tume. A general informal good time
and "sing" followed and delicious re
freshments of cake and coffee were
The Auxiliary's next social event
will be the May day dance at the arm
ory, April 30. Captain Malone and
his company have promised to have
the floor in A No. 1 condition. The
special' feature of the evening ill be
the May pole dance by the "kiddies
under the supervision of Mrs. Perozzl.
Cards v.ill be offered for those who
do not care to dance, and fine refresh
ments will be served. Keep the even
, Ing of April 30 clear for the Auxil
iary May day dance.
I.Irs. R. C. Goodman entertained
her music class and patrons at the
home of Miss Ivern Keller, on Allison
street, last Saturday afternoon, April
The entire program was well giv
en and the memorization perfect. The
unusual memorization of the duet by
Clara Will and Mildred Stevens was
The following program was ren
Duet. Krogmann. Clara Will .and
Bird's Lullabye. Sybil Ellis.
Waltz. Eva Hash.
Waltz. Mildred Stevens.
Duet, "Awakening of Love," Grand
March. Lillian McMillan and Alice
'On the Green," "In the Swing,"
Streabbog. Clifford Putnam.
'The Merry Birds." Bessie McMillan.
'Little Fairy." Clara Will.
Duet, "German Patrol," Military
March. Ivern Keller and Wilma
"Starlight." Flora Putnam.
"The Spinning Wheel," Rondo, Carl
Hermann. Lottie Morthland.
"Thine Own," Melodie, Lange. Lole-
Fen Follet," Jungmann. Lyle Sams.
Duet, "La Chasse Infernal." Stella
Stahlinann and Maria Caldwell.
The class then were questioned by
their teacher about Lillian Kordiea,
the famous American soprano who
died last year, and Paderewskl's biog
raphy was written. Mrs. Goodman
then gave current musical events
upon Rudolph Ganz, Ernestine Schu
mann Heink's singing at the Panama
exposition, etc. Mrs. Putnam men
tioned some interesting facts concern
Refreshments of Neapolitan cream
and wafers were then served by
Misses Wilma Chattin, Ivern Keller,
Mrs. C. C. C. Crowson and Willard
Besides members of the class, those
present were: Mesdames Levi Stev
ens, Myrtle Putnam, Alexander Mc
Millan, H. C. Stengel, Stevens, J. Sea
man, G. S. Anderson, A. C. Keller, E.
A. Bailey, W. E. Plerson, L. B. Noble,
C W. Chattin. L, II. Hash, M. Hash,
C. C. C. Crowson, Lizzie Will, A. E.
Morthland, M. C. Hatch, and Misses
Mae Hash, Oneita Barnard, Maria
Caldwell, Bernice Crowson, Agnes
Jones, Ida Larson and Leota Keller,
and Robert Keller.
The City Union will hold its regu
lar bi-monthly business meeting in
the Presbyterian church on Wednes
day evening, April 14, at 7:45. At
the close of the business session
there will be a debate which every
young Christian In Ashland ought to
hear. The question is, "Resolved,
that the. social department o! so
ciety Is more important than the de
votional department." " The affirma
tive will be championed by Rigg and
Hodge from the Epworth League,
while Smith and Peters from the Bap
tist Young People's Union will up
hold the negative side of the question.
The judges will be selected from the
other three societies In the Union.
It Is the aim of the officers to
make these business meetings inter
esting and helpful, and the young
people of the Union will miss some
thing which is really worth while if
they fail to be on hand.
Watch for announcements concern
ing the Union high school social the
latter part of this month, and also the
big devotional meeting In May.
"Who Io" Class.
The class "Who Do" of the Meth
odist church met at the home of Mrs.
Allen McGee Friday afternoon and
spent several hours very profitably
cutting and making children's gar
ments, to be distributed among those
who are needy of such.
During the afternoon the circle was
refreshed by Borne of Mrs. McGee's
excellent grape juice and cookies.
Those of the class who were present
were Mesdames Moore, Coder, Dod
son, Cherry, McGee and Billings,
Misses Hartley, Tooker, Cherry and
Halght. The teacher, Miss Hathaway,
was tillable to be present on account
of Illness. The next meeting of the
class will be at Mrs. Lawrence Coder's
on Laurel street.
! VINING THEATRE !
The senior class of the local high
school all piled into a big hayrack
last Friday evening and rode out to
the D. M. Lowe ranch. After leav
ing the rack at the ranch the party
started out on foot under the trusty
leadership of President Ashcraft for
the top of Van Dyke cliffs, which are
nearby. Some of the party got on
ahead and finally left the others far
behind. The latter became tired and
hence the class ate lunch in two di
visions. Luckily the "eats" were
about evenly divided between the
two bunches. iTpon returning to, the
ranch more food was forthcoming.
In the evening the party drove over t
Gallatin's barn, where a barn dance
was In progress, and entertained the
assemblage with songs and yells, all
of which had a great deal to do with
the superiority and invinclbleness of
the class of 1915. The return to
Ashland was also much enjoyed.
Young People Make Merry.
Miss Dorothy Trefren entertained
a number of her friends last Friday
evening. Games of various kinds
passed the evening In a merry man
ner. Kefreshsments of a dainty and
delicious character were served.
Those who enjoyed the hospitality of
the little hostess were Isabelle Bar
ron, Jesse Inlow, Esther Simpson,
Clair Tucker, Zelda Heer, Edith Har
ris, Laura Winter, and George Scott,
Max Camps, Walter O'Donohue, Ted
Cromble, Rlllins Schuerman,' Domina
Provost, Lester Wisenburger, Irving
Porter and Leslie Heer.
Kntei'taln nt Cards.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Irwin enter
tained at cards Tuesday night in
honor of Mrs. Pearl Jones. Light re
freshments were served during the
course of the evening. The guests
were Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Shaw and
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Trefren.
Thone 405-L for Splrella corsetlere
or call at 108 First avenue. 84-tt
This Is the nlsht Monday. The
Vlning Theatre the place, the Friscd
Fair the attraction.
Mallory $3 hats at En dels'.
Eleven O'clock Luncheon.
airo. mrone entertained at an
eleven o clock luncheon on Friday,
her guests being Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Gault and son Ray, who left on No.
13 for Merced, Cal., stopping en route
to visit one day with their daughter
Mrs. Bundy, who resides at Weed,
Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Gault expect to
make Merced their future home for
a while at least. They are followed
by the good wishes of a host of
friends '"ho regret their departure.
They have lived In Ashland for the
past eighteen years, residing in dif
ferent parts of California at inter
vals, but always holding their prop
erty interests here as they still do,
and It Is the hope of their numerous
friends that their residence in Cali
fornia nay not be ao long as they
anticipate. Mr. Gault has accspted a
position as engineer In a large mill
ing concern at Merced. '
At the home of Mrs. Charles Cain,
Saturday afternoon, the fifth birthday
of her little daughter was celebrated
with a charming party for the babies.
Those present were Zelda and Inez
Monroe, Jane Walker, Sybil Ellis,
Frances Wilcox, Anna and Helen Bry
ant, Castallne and Lilly Thorns, Ever
ett McGee. Ellis and Myrll Rose, Lot
tie Morthland, Bainey Miller, Nellie
Olds and Gerturde Cain.
One Night Only
TUESDAY APRIL 13
ffm. S. Hart, the Famous "Broadway
Star in the Great Western fcftorv
A Paramount Photo Play
With Western Characters,
Western Scenery, laid in the
Grand Canyon of Arizona and
Typical Western Situations.
dhildren - - lOc
Adults - - - 15c
An informal dance was enjoyed
Saturday evening by a number of the
young people of this city and from
Medford at Memorial hall. Hern
don's orchestra of four pieces fur
nished the music and all who attend
ed are looking forward to the next
of this series of dances, which will be
given next- Saturday evening.
I'piter Granite Club.
The. Upper Granite Embroidery
Club met last? -Friday at M4 hotne of
Mrs. Stevens on Granite stro;t. The
rooms were decorated with the bright
flowers of spring, and tne unusually
beautiful weather made a large at
tendance possible. Delicious refresh
ments brought to a close an exceed
ingly pleasant afternoon.
The beautiful weather on last Fri
day and Saturday was taken advan
tage of by a number of parties of
picnickers. Impromptu parties in the
canyon and at least three hayrack
rides were among the out-of-doors
social "doings" which the good
weather brought forth.
Better be Sale than Sorry
Aehland, Oregon, April 10, 1915.
This is to certify that I, W. G. Prescott, have this
day received from the HOME INSURANCE COM
PANY of Nfw York, through their local agent, Geo.
II. Yeo, a draft for $1000.00 in full payment of my
fire loss of February 8th, this year. .
In this connection I wish to say that I am greatly
indebted to Mr. Yeo for his attention to my interests
in this matter, and of the Company, I cannot speak
too highly of the treatment accorded mo by them and
of their adjuster whom I found to be a very agreeable
gentlemen to deal with,. and I heartily recommend the'
t good old reliable HOME of NEW YORK to those who X
I wish "ABSOLUTE PROTECTION."- J
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The seniors met at the home of
Ragtime Peg of the Movies. Light
(?) refreshments were served, con
sisting of sandwiches, cake, marsh
mallow pudding and H 2. An enjoy
able time was spent playing games
till 11:30, when all took a hand at
Say, boys, we acknowledge the Joke
Is on us In regard to the cake, but
from the looks of the fence and the
broken crockery you earned all you
got. Thanks, that you did not get
the pudding outside, or drink the hair
tonic. We had loads of cake to
spare. Be Bports, come fix the fence
and replace the broken plates,
Part of the seniors attended The
nohenilan Girl rehearsal on Friday
night. Others visited the Vlning and
Lyric before refreshments were
Berved at the party.
The Wednesday Afternoon Club
will meet this week with Mrs. C.'B.
Lamkln, 11 Beach avenue. Mrs.
Poloy and Mrs. Bush will assist the
hostess. The ladles will bring their
needlework, and all members are re
quested to make an effort to be pres
ent. .1 .
Ladles' suits for $8.85 at Enders'.
The Siskiyou Circle of the Congre
gational church will meet at the
home of Mrs. Ella Mills on the Boul
evard Wednesday afternoon, N April
14. Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Cunning
ham will assist. All members and
their friends are invited.
Entertain at Dinner.
Mrs. Clifford Jenkins and Mrs.
George Jenkins entertained a number
of their friends at dinner Sunday.
The guests were. Mr. and Mrs. Sam
McNalr, Misses Cherry Starkey, Alice
Hansen r.nd Emma Jenkins, and Mr.
Clifford Jenkins. .
Civic Improvement Club.
The Civic Improvement Club will
meet at the library tomorrow at 2:30
and arrange for a big automobile ride
to the Borings and places of interest
about the city. New members will
You can't ai'ford to miss the Frisco
Fair at the Vining tonight, under the
auspices of the Auxiliary.
I want to thank my friends and the
public for the support they have given
me during the exposition contest.
Better school stockings at Enders'.
Three pairs for 50c.
F. E. Billington of Spokane, Wash.,
a live wire Sunday school man, will
speak at the Christian church Tues
day and Wednesday evenings.
Dozens of Ashland's dainty dolls at
the Vining Theatre tonight.
Buy a Mallory at Enders,
New stamp cross
stitch patterns i n
scarfs and squares
40e values, now
rWWH Hilllllllll WHII I I MM
EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY AT
The Bargain Store
Ladies' union suits in
good quality lisle, in
cumTy cut and round
necks, wide lace knees or
light kneej. You may
have paid 65c but got no
belter garment than we
sell here, our extra special,
aprons, a great many
styles to choose from,
made of all cloths, calico,
ginghams and percales,
open backs and fronts, in
light or dark colors, with
taped edge, neck and
sleeves and some scalloped,
New milliner flowers X
all kinds in wreaths
and bunches, best
line in town, ppecial X
Ladies' gowns, made of
soft fUilshJong cloth, low
neck, short sleeves, lace
or embroidery trimmed,
and of crepe with all-linen
lace on neck and
sleeves. All are extra
long and regular $1 val
ues. Extra special,
Pan silk, all colors, special
Ladles' all-linen handkerchiefs,
T Darning cotton, all colors,
Ladies' kimonos, an en
tire new Bpring line, some
of soft plisse crepe and
others of imported Japan ;
crepes, all colors and pat
terns in light and dark
designs, with regular and
Tokio sleeves. These are
exceptional values at
Best quality sewing thread
Blue Ribbon hair nets, four In
Children's hose supporters, all.
IH III II MHII tMMMUMMHIt in t n mihhih HIM
Ladles' good fast black hose
Colgate's Dental Tooth Taste.''