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About The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19?? | View This Issue
FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1928
The Registers Page of Community Interest
B EL LV IEW
V A L L E Y V IE W
TA LEN T
W A G N E R CREEK
of Ashland were hostesses and motored to Prospect and return Saturday night and Sunday with daughter Jean Ellen called on Goldie Abbott, Elroy McGrew, per, Fanny Keller, H. O. Ander
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Mrs. M. W. McGrew in Talent Howard Combs and Miss Cleona son. Rev. C. E. Dunham, Mr.
served dainty refreshments, car- ( Monday.
lpham Pugh, the teachbrs, Mrs.
Archie Estes o f Gold Hill W. Long.
rying the valentine idea all the
Della Oxford and hostess, Mrs.
Howard Works delivered some
visited his mother, Mrs. Mary Es
Church services as usual next
chickens in town the first of the and family took dinner with Mr. R- E. Metcalf. Delicious refreah-
W. F. DeFord, who has been tes Saturday.
Sunday. Sunday school at 9:45 a.
and Mrs. O. M. Goddard last menu wefe served after which
Mr. Nelson and son, Calvin of m. Epworth league, 6:30 p, m. week.
spending the past week in Port- j
Grandma Parr entertained with a
Vern Spiers and Orville Burn- Sunday.
land on a business and pleasure | Iowa called at the Henry Burn Mid-week prayer meeting Thurs
reading and telling o f earl^
trip, returned home last Sunday. I ette home last Friday. They are day evening at 7 :30. Rev. Wag nette o f Talent visited James
Among those visiting at the
pioneer days in Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. J .F. Arnold were j
Mrs. Oscar Lowe has returned
Mrs. Ella Abbott and Mrs. Friday evening were Jesse Wil
guests at the home o f their son, j Burnett and Grandma Burnette
A most pleasant afternoon was Frank Smith were shopping in
Medford where she has
liams, Howard Berniece and Ev-
Albert Arnold in Ashland last j
spent last Wednesday, February Ashland last Tuesday.
her eyes treated.
Mrs. Cora Crosby left Thurs
22 at the home of Mrs. H. H.
Karl Moore, son of Homer
Valley View Community
Dr. Mattie Shaw of Ashland
Goddard on W’ agner creek, where
Moore, received first prize in the
Club Finishes W ork on was a dinner guest of Mr. and visit her sister Mrs. Stites.
motored to Dunsmuir on business last Tuesday on business.
the neighbors and friends met to
home products contest on an es
Furniture Started a Mrs. G. Wr. Nichols last Sunday.
Mrs. Crumston of
Medford, pay respect and love to Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Briner and say entitled "why use Ashland
Charles who for some time has been near J. Dean of Phoenix, who is a day. -
W eek Ago.
daughter. Rose Elfa, and Arthur ice cream.’ ’ Karl is a student in
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Avery and family and Mr. and ing for Mrs. William High, re house guest o f Mrs. Goddard. | Mrs. E. A. Purves and Margar- Last land, who have been making
the Junior high and is in the 7A
! COU Ernest Howell was quite ill last Mrs. H. R. W'esterberg and son, turned to Medford last week and Mrs. Dean formerly lived on j ette Purves were Medford visitors an extended visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin Dunn, president o f
f the eek with tonsilitis and a badly Richard, all o f Ashland, visited j was married Thursday to Stanley Wagner creek for a number of Monday.
Mrs. G. A. Briner, returned to the local auxiliary of the Legion
PJ lei‘ rated tooth, but is well again at the G. W\ Nichols home last Morris of Medford.
Mrs. Dan j years and by her sympathy and j
A group of Wagner creek young their home in Dorris last Sun attended the joint meeting of the
8 nd back at his work.
Combs of Wagner creek is now kindness made many friends. So I people attended a party at Ted day.
American Legion at Medford
caring for Mrs. High.
^.rs. R. N. Chaney was ill last
it was a great pleasure to meet Thorps on Anderson creek last
Leon Lockwood and Miss Goldie last Monday night.
eek with a bad case of the “ flu” ____
The Thursday evening. The evening Abbott visited with James Purves
Rev. and Mrs. Wagner were with Aunt Sula again.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cling of
ut is almost recovered.
dinner guests at the Frank Hold- afternoon was spent in conversa was spent playing cards and danc Sunday evening.
Portland spent last week at th»
tion and remembrances.
After ing. Thope attending from Wag
ridge home Saturday evening.
Mrs. Ralph Nichols and infant home of J. L. Neal and family.
Mrs. William Gleen, who went
and ast last November to visit her
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kincaid light refreshments were served ner creek were Mr. and Mrs. An daughter, Wanda Lee, who have
Rev. William Barney and wife
fine »other and other relatives in
were one of the eight couples who the guests departed feeling it was drew Suich, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. been visiting Miss Margarette o f the Christian church were
The guests Green, Mrs. Perkins, D. W. Brad Purves returned to their home in dinner guests at the T. A. Merry-
i e ci ^ ater Valley, Mississippi, re-
were guests at the home o f Mrs. good to be there.
Eagle Point last Thursday.
Maude Evans in Medford one were Mesdames Mabel Briner, ley and Clyde Purves.
man home last Friday evening.
IclVS, urned home last Friday.
Andrew Suich is confined to
evening last week when the agent
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Boyd
Mrs. Gleen also visited in
representing the super-made alu dia Purves, Ella Abbott, Lothie Capp motored to Ashland on his home on account of sickness were Sunday visitors at the
Chicago and Arkansas. She re-
Wm. Breese, Ralph Byrd and home of R. E. Metcalf.
minum cooked a demonstration Purves Miller, Carrie Purves, business last Monday.
j . urned by the southern route,
Conner hauled a load of
Nick Ross and family are
isiting at El Paso, Texas Los
lucky one to win an aluminum Marcia Robison, Sells Sula Dean,’ ter Sadie spent last Tuesday at wood from Wagner creek Tues leaving the farm and moving to
ISt d kngeles. Long Beach and San
O. M. Goddard, H. H. Goddard the home of Mrs. Jones' mother, day.
e se r* b e g o .
Many Meetings Are Held frying pan .
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Slagle and
and Miss Elanor Powers.
Some o f the Bellview young
Mr. and Mr3. Frank Holdridge
Mrs. Albert Marske o f Duns-
and Community Occu-
Clyde Purves and Mr. and family motored to Ashland on people, including Marie Robert
The high school play “ Tony,
uir, formerly of Ashland visited
pied W ith Church and
the Convict,” will soon be ready Mrs. Andrew Suich and son were business last Saturday evening,
and Hugh Gilmore, Wilda Mer-
guests at the Frank Reed home.
everal days last week with her
Social W ork.
Mrs. Ella Abbott and daughter ryman, Helen Sheitereiter and
in Medford Tuesday.
riends, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mc-
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Andrews of
Mrs. Warren Barr, Mrs. Elem Eudell, called on Mrs. R. B. Pur Roy Metcalf attended a party in
duction and will be worth seeing.
Mrs. E. C. Gardner attended Medford called on her parents, The students are puttmg in a and children, Mr. and Mrs. Wal ves and James Monday after Ashland Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Glasgow the informal business meeting MN and Mrs. Wesley Vogeli last
great deal of tigie in rehearsals ter Earskin and Miss Bernice noon.
Mrs. Richard Sheitereiter and
and Mrs. Brondcnberg, who have and the formal luncheon which Sunday evening.
J. E. Sells is improving his daughter Helen called on Mis.
and hope to entertain a large Combs visited at the home of Mr.
RSS6C been in California since before followed, held at the Lithia
Mr. and Mrs. William Bruin crowd. The date is set for March and Mrs. John Wlogamott last place by putting in a new front Mina Bailiss Sunday.
1 th($the holidays returned last Friday Springs hotel last
Wednesday, spent Monday evening at the
Howard Works is em
While lpham Pugh was retur»-
o llo v They visited in Oakland, San February 22 given by the Ash John Robison home.
Mrs. D. E. Coifcbs is taking ployed helping him.
ing home from work at the
Diego and other southern cities, land chapter of the Daughters of
Wanda and Geraldine Purves Owen ranch his team became
Mrs. John Robinson in comp
care of Mrs. High, who is on the
but spent most of their vacation the American Revolution in hon any with Mrs. Sula Dean and Mrs. on the streets getting them
attended Sunday school at Tal frightened and ran away.
or of George Washington’s birth Louie Culver of Phoenix motor ready to be garveled. This work
The principal of the Talent ent last Sunday.
Pugh’s hand was badly injured i *
John Arnold of Ashland spent day. Mrs. Gordon MacCracken, ed to Medfqrd Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Sawyer the accident having cut an ar
schools, Mr. Miller, called on
days last week with his state gpgent was the honored
were in Medford Tuesday on tery and requiring a physician»
James Purves last Saturday.
Mr. and Mr«. C. R. Roberts
A. T. Edmunson and Richard
grandparents, Alt. and Mrs. J. F. guest.
C. M. Wolgamott of San Jose, business.
care, but is slowly improving.
moved from Hugo, Ore., into the
Mrs. Carter, county school su Ed Hughes property on Railroad Ray returned from the Moon mill California, is making an extend
Mrs. Ralph Nichols and Miss
Dolores Sullivan o f Ashland
on the Greenapring Wednesday,
Margarette Purves were in Med spent the week-end with Ell»a
ed visit with his brother, John
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Westerberg perintendent, visited the Talent street.
it being too wet to work in the
: e d i and son, Richard, o f Ashland, schools last Thursday giving an
Miss Eleanor Powers has been ford last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Ross of
iecoi were guests at the G. W. Nichols arithmetic test to the third and Ashland were Sunday dinner timber.
J. W. Kerns was in Medford
quite ill the past week.
home last Sunday.
O. M. Goddard and Floyd Bell on business Monday
APPLE PRICES A VE RA G E
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Terrill.
G. A. Kerby has been sawing
were city visitors last Tuesday.
Mrs. E. A. Gardner returned
$1 BOX FOR FIVE Y E A R S
.Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Carter, Miss
At the meeting o f the school
Mr. Major and daughter, Mrs. land plaster the past two days.
Bdraice and Hugh Carter of to the Barber home in Ashland board, Principal L. P. Miller and
Frank Smith were visitors at the
Oregon apple growers haw
Ashland visited Mr. and Mrs. last Friday evening after spend all the teachers were re-elected.
ing two days at the home o f her
Wolgamott home last Saturday.
averaged just f l a box for their
William Glenn last Sunday.
The Misses Lucile Holdridge,
Mrs. J. E. Sills called on Mrs.
fruit for th last five years, ac
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Million, son, C. E. Gardner.
Lucie Oatman and Mildred Bee
R. B. Purves last Thursday.
cording to a study of apple prieaa
The girls basketball team son resigned. Miss Slater o f Yon-
formerly o f Shale City and Ash
Charles Loos is moving from
completed for 1922 to 1926 by
land have rented and moved to Thursday evening at Eagle Point. calla was elected to take the pri*-
the May place to his homestead
R. S. Besse, associate in fa n »
Our girls lost the game.
the Olson ranch east of Talent.
near the Shorty Hope mining
management, Oregon experiment
The Valley View community
G. L. Bullen in company with
The Camp Fire Girls held their
club met in another all day meet Mr. Holman of Ashland wrecked
regular meeting Monday evening
M. E. Bradley spent last Mon
To determine the actual prieaa
H 31 ing at the club house last Tues their car while coming home at the home of Miss Ella Hamil-
day evening at the home o f Mr.
growers have received for apples
day to finish up the work of fur from their work near Coquille
played the Eagle Point team last Many W a g n e r Creek and Mrs. G. A. Kerby.
and to aid the farmers in an in
niture begun last week. Another Saturday evening. They were un
Hugh and James McElfrash of
telligent decision relative to hand
Folks Enjoy Viaiting
day is planned for March 8 for able to return until Monday
G. F. Hamilton is spending the
ling their orchards, the apple
making lamp shade, color charts morning.
W ith Old Time Friends Ccntralia, Washington, visited at
week in Sams valley.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
and to receive instructions for
Apricot a n d
Cherry study has been made by the fed
Thi» W eek.
Ed Jacobs and Will were do
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hopkins
Wolgamott last Sunday.
eral bureau of agricultural econ
making hooked rugs. Miss Flor ing inside remodeling in the
Tree* W ill Soon be in omic and the Oregon experiment
ence York, the home demonstra kitchen of the Talent Community of Cotton Wood, Calif., spent
A surprise party was given in
Bloom in this Pros station.
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
lived on the old Headine place,
The average price re
tion agent, is present at all the club Tuesday.
honor o f Mrs. Slud Dean at the
H. H. Lowe.
20 years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Wol
ceived by the growers for 9 f
3 (« meetings and is very fine in her
home o f her sister-in-law, Mrs.
Revival services were started
The Camp Fire girls are pre
gamott had not seen them for
606,519 boxes o f apples includ
work as instructor.
at the M. E. church last Sunday paring for service week, which M. A. Gaddard last Wednesday 19 years.
ing 23 varieties grown in seven
Brower and Mrs. Mabel Brower
evening All enjoyed visiting with
evening and continue all week.
will begin March 12. They will
Mrs. George A. Kerby and sis Klamath Falls were in Bellview Oregon districts for the five year
o f Ashland were present at the
Mrs. Lavella Bowman o f Ash give a mother and daughter ban old time friends.
ter, Rachel Williams, were visit- on business the first of the week. period was $1.00 a box. The sn-
club meeting and enjoyed with
were served late in the evening.
land was a Talent visitor Sunday quet March 14.
Mr. Westerberg is spraying lative purchasing power was
in gtheir mother, Mrs. Charles
the members the very appetizing
Among those attending were Cown of Ashland last Tuesday.
pear orchards in this district found to have reached the 100
Ed Stanley o f Dunsmuir was
covered dish luncheon served at
Mrs. Eleanor Perkins and with the lime-sulphur solution. mark only four times in the past
The Talent orchestra, consist a caller at the H. H. Lowe home Mrs. R. B. Purves, Mrs. E. A.
Purvess, Mrs. J. N. Miller, Mrs. daughter JeJan Ellen were in The fruit trees will soon be in 17 years.
Mrs. J. L. MacCracken is very ing of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sunday
James Gibson left Saturday J. E. Sells, Mrs. R. E. Robison, Ashland on business last Tuesday bloom, especially apricot and
Oregon growers were producing
ill with “ flu” but is reported Boone, Elvis Cochran and Will
Jacobs furnished the music for for Los Angeles where he will Mrs. John Robison, Mrs. E. E. afternoon.
too many varieties, it was found,
Foss and mother, Mrs. Twogood,
Mrs. R. B. Purves and daugh
Mrs. R. C. Metcalf entertained larger size
A. H. Davenhill went to Cen the Screen Club dance Friday spend the following two months.
Mrs. O. M. Goddard, Mrs. JoJhn ter, Margarette, were in Medford the volunteer class of the Baptist Yellow Newtons bring the high
tral Point last Tuesday on busi-
church Tuesday afternoon of last est price.
The best method o f
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. the cement foundation for the Wolgamott, Mrs. H. S. Lynch, last Saturday.
A car of Mrs. G. A. Briner and Mrs.
Those attending the old time week in honor of Grandma Parr, selling apples was found to be
Maharry, a daughter Saturday play shed Tuesday.
Powers and daughter Eleanor.
dance at the Moose hall were Mr. who was 87 years old. She en f. o. b. Successful growers are
\ Mr. and Mrs. Claire Graham, evening. They have named the lumber arrived from Medford
Mrs. E. A. Purves ¿and daugh and Mrs. H. L. Sommers, Marie joyed the event very much, also organizing their farms to develep
formerly o f Talent have moved
Mrs. Everett Boone and small begin work as soon as the wea ter Mrs. Andrew” Suich motored and Marjorie, Jesse Williams and the hankerchief shower arranged efficiency practices so that coat
into the Strange house and ex
to Medford Thursday of last Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Kerby..
for her. Those present were Mes will be lowered and more fruit
pect to make their home there daughters spent Saturday with ther permits.
Earl Simmons loaded his first week on business.
Mrs. C. W. Long.
A number o f Wagner creek dames Ida Smith, F. B. Hoslow offered as high quality and large
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mason car of logs Tuesday, ready for
James and Ted Flury of An young people took great sport in of Eugene, Carrie Moorehouse, sizes.
Mrs. Fred Garle was a Medford
were shopping in Ashland last shipment to the Tomlin mill.
derson creek and Merle Bradley riding an airplane at Medford A. J. Hudson, Rose Pugh, G. W.
visitor last Saturday afternoon.
New bank proposed fo r
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McIntyre called on James Purves Monday. Sunday. Among those were Leon Jones, James H. Boyd, Anna
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McCreckan Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mason and Roena o f Grants Pass spent
Eleanor Perkins and and Charles Lockwood, Oral and Sherfy, Della Oxford, J. C. Hop- Helens.
were luncheon guests at the home
if Mr. and Mrs. Justin Judy at
iriffen creek last Thursday .
Last Thursday afternoon the
% alley View Community club
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met at the club house for the
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regular monthly meeting.
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read by Mrs. Harry Weagant
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and a paper on “ How the World
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Answers for roll call
were short stories or incidents
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in the lives of Lincoln and Wash
Mrs. Everett Boat wick played
several piano solos during the
afternoon which were very much
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enjoyed by the club members.
Twenty-one of the members and
one visitor enjoyed the after
noon together. Mrs. W. F. De-
Ford and Mrs. G. W. Nichols as-
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s.sted by Mrs. Pearl Westerberg
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FINNEY OF THE FORCE
So Long, Reception Co’»nir;