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The Registers Page of Community Interest
in Medford Monday.
The Camp Fire girls held their
regular meeting at the home of
the Learning sisters Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mason
I and \\ aync and J. S. Spi'.zer uio-
j tored to Bray, California, and re-
j turn last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James W’ alters
j and Mrs. Walters’ mother, Mrs.
Clyne, were dinner guests at the
I home of Mr. and Mrs. Clem Park
er of Medford last Saturday.
Mrs. Welbur Kine o f Griffin
creek, who for several days was
in a hospital in Medford was
taken last week to the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Quackenbush of south Talent.
Mrs. Kine is very slowly improv
work on the city hall was
„pm last Friday. Several of the
U *nd boys assisting. Tuesday
horning several more were pres
et to assist. A number o f car
e r s were among the number.
j v ladies of
tub prepared and served dinner
lo the 1" workers to get the re-
[odeling completed by Saturday
L the dance that is to be given
C. W. Holdridge left early
Lit Saturday evening will not | Monday morning for Corvallis
Lve to be postponed. The work- where his son Wayne and their
in were all on ¿he job again week-end guests, “ Bill” and Ha-
»odnesday morning and the la- ■ zel Sloan and “ Buddie” W’eber
lies again served them a hot 1 are students at O. A. C.
Imner. A new floor was laid in I Holdridge returned home Mon-
The partition re I d~y night.
moved, making a hall large
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Borg and
L o u g h to acommodate all that C. W. McKadden returned last
n.«h to attend the entertainments Saturday from near Los Angeles,
filing room large enough to California, where they spent a
.at a hundred guests was made week
L remodeling the building at the
Mrs. Marion Tryer spent Fri
The downstairs part will day and Saturday in Phoenix.
ave a cement floor where the
The Home Missionary society
fire carts are to be kept. This will meet at the parsonage Thurs
nuch needed work will make a day afternoon, April 5.
fine hall for any and all enter-
Mrs. J. Hilderbran was a Tal
ent caller Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Hill of
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Williams
^nd, Alice, who live at the Sun- Ashland were calling in Talent
est orchards, were in Talent Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Lindley of
it Friday evening and called at
he A. T. Edmunson home. Miss the Suncrest orchard called at
ertha Edmunson accompanied the Chet Walter home in Ashland
Ihem, spending the week-end at last Sunday.
The members of the cast of the
The steady rain the first of play, ’“ Tony, the convict,” are
week prevented the logging rehearsing this week and next,
icks from hauling, thus stop preparing to present the play for
ping the log loading and the the Odd Fellows lodge In Med
«en in the timber from working ford, April 3.
The regular church services
Mrs. Mary Budgeon, who re
sumed from the Ashland hospital next Sunday. Sunday school at
Wednesday, was taken to the the M. E. church at 9:45 a. m.;
.vilescent home in Ashland preaching service at 11:00 a. m.
»it Saturday by the Ashland Re- and 7:4 5p. m.; Epworth league
tkah lodge, who felt that Mrs. at 6:45 p. m.; young peoples
ludgeon deserved a much need- prayer meeting and choir prac
tice Wednesday evening at 7:30;
rest for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Estes and regular prayer meeting Thurs
r. and Mrs. Allan Proctor were day evening at 7:00.
itong the Talent people who at- school at the Baptist church at
ended the play “ Windmills of 10:00 a. m.; preaching service at
lolland” given by the grades of 11:00 a. m .; gospel meeting at
hoenix school at Phoenix last Ames hall Sunday evening at
The two new cabins at the
Mrs. Lovella Bowman left by
►rain Thursday morning for Manning camp ground are com
ortland where she expects to re pleted, making seven~cabins all
gain with her son, Ralph Bow- o f which are well equipped and
in and family for three or four occupied most o f the time.
Rev. Wagner held services in
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Long, and Jacksonville last Sunday after
Iris, motored to Grants Pass Sun- noon.
Work on tl^e gymnasium is
»>'■ spending the day with Mr.
md Mrs. D. C. McIntyre and Mr. progressing whenever the weather
lix^Mrs. H. McIntyre.
Mrs. Harry Commons and son,
*ayne, returned Thursday even
ing from a three weeks visit with
relatives and friends in Albany
»nd Shedd, Oregon.
mons’ mother, Mrs. T. B. Spring
er’ of Shedd accompanied her
wme and is making an extended
r sit w th hef daughter and fami-
. jM B B
Mrs. Alice May o f Ashland?
fho stayed with the Commons
p r r ly during Mrs. Commons’ ab-
ence, returned to her home Sat-
R. N. Chaney returned last
W’ednesday from Berkeley, Cali
Mr ( w . Long was surprised fornia, where he had been visit
her aunt and her ing his daughter, Mrs. Audrey
ashand. Mr. and Mrs. Frank White and family for a short
’ »teller of New York state in time.
' rr’ Pany with her daughter and
Milton Nichols returned home
hujMnd. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Vin- last Wednesday.after spending a
ri hater, whom they were visit-
Pnk at Shasta City, California,
F* ed at the Long home while
■»route to Eugene, Oregon, to
' IMt a son residing there, after
I- they will leave for Boald-
rr' f olorado where they plan to
^■ake their home. Mrs. Long had
Bnt seen her aunt for 22 years.
The Rebekah club will meet
ith Mrs. John Robison Friday
afternoon, April 6.
Mis* Pauline Atkins o f Medford
»pending several days with
'** Roth Budgeon during Mrs.
idgeon’s stay at the Convales
Henry Goddard, Jay Terrill
md Alex Arr.jdson were Me Iford
isitors last Saturday.
Mesdame* C. C. Bond. E.
in card and I. C. Williams were
few days visiting friends near ,
George Lowe, who has been a j
student at the University o f Ore
gon, has accepted a position with ]
one of the Medford bakeries and
will not return to school until
The Valley View Community
club met at the club house last
regular monthly program.
The Wagner creek school
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Haney and
Roll call was answered with
John Haney are going on an ex board held their annual meeting
short stories or items of interest
tended visito the_eastern states. last Saturday evening to elect
Mrs. Carl Glasgow read a very
They also expect to visit In Cali- school teachers for the coming
fine paper on “ Sugar,” taking
forniw before returning home. year. They selected Miss Dorothy
the subject from the earliest days
They will leave the last of the j and Miss Blossom Head. They
up to the present time.
are sisters and their home is in
While in California during the
Mr. Sherderelter will take care the Applegate country. They also
winter, Mrs. Glasgow had the
their farm while they are elected Howard Work Jr., as
opportunity to visit the sugar re
janitor for the coming year.
finery at Crockett, so that the
Mrs. Eleanor Perkins and
William Taylor is operating a
greater part o f her paper was
Jean Ellen, were in
written from first hand infor small saw mill on his homestead,
Ashland last - Wednesday shop
mation, making it doubly interest
Mr. and Mrs. George Allen, ping.
Jesse Williams returned the
live on Granite street in
Mrs. Alice Farmer played two
beautiful piano solos “ The Brok Ashland were callers in the Bell- first o f the week from the
Shasta valley in California where
en Melody,” and “ Home Sweet view vicinity last Monday.
Home,” with variations.
There will be an old fashioned J he has been working for a few
There were 21 members pres “ leap year” dance in the Bell- 1 days.
C. D. Purves called on Floyd
ent and three visitors. Mrs. Gra view Community club house
Tucker’s Bell last Monday evening.
ham, Mrs. Earl Bostwick and Miss next Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Barr of
orchestra will furnish the music.
creek spent last Thursday
Mrs. Harry Weagant and Mrs.
Earl Smith and family are
Fred Garle were hostesses for mo'ving to Klamath Falls.
Mr. evening with Mrs. Barrs’ parents
the afternoon and served very Smith works for the Southern Mr. and Mrs. John Wolgamott.
G. Crossmss o f Neil creek, an
old-time friend of Wolgainotts'
Mrs. G. W. Nichols, who has
Wade Wallis, who recently
accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Barr
not been at all well for sometime,
bought the J. J. Murphy ranch on their visit.
is much better this week.
east of town, is preparing to
Mr. and Mrs. James Sawyer
J. O. Rigg was a caller in Val
plant a large acreage in alfalfa moved to Hilt, Calif., last Sun
ley View last Friday.
this season, having purchased a day. Mr. Sawyer will work in Hilt
Jack Leslie and Keith Lennox
thousand pounds o f seed to be and they expect to make that
attended a party in the Methodist
place their home.
church parlors last Friday even
Pat Spence and family have
Floyd Bell butchered a fine
Mrs. J. R. McCracken was a moved to Chiloquin where Mr. large hog and delivered it to Ash
Medford visitor last Saturday Spence has work as overseer in land last Monday.
the mills there.
Frank Kerby and daughter, Ila
Mrs. Sheidereitre and two were in Ashland last Monday on
Mr. and Mrs. Byron DeFord
and family o f Ashland visited at daughters, Helen and Louise and business.
H. H. Goddard spent the week
the W. F. Deford home last Fri Mrs. Metcalf and daughter, Ruth
and Anne Kell autoed to Medford end with hia sister, Mrs. Dean of
Mrs. Hendrickson and two Saturday.
Oral Abbott is layed o ff work
Mrs. Harkins and Philip Hark
small sons, who spent a few days
on account of the rain. He was
with Mrs. R. N. Chaney, returned ins are visiting in California,
L. Wilton of Shale city is working for the California Ore
to their home in Medford last
cutting logs for the Coggins saw gon power company.
J. E. Sells is engaged in build
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McCracken mill which is being erected on
and son, George, visited Mr. and East Main street near the box ing fence this week.
Mrs. Long of Central Point
Mrs. Justin Judy and family on factory. The logs will be truck
ed from Shale city. Mr. Coggin’s called last Thursday on Mr. and
Griffin creek last Saturday.
W. F. DeFord went to the has also bought the timber on a Mrs. John Wolgamott.
Mr. and Mrs. Jobe o f Phoenix
Klamath river last Tuesday to large acreage of land located in
Tomlan canyon and has a crew spent last Saturday with their
R. G. Fowler, county agent o£ of men engaged in making a new daughter, Mrs. Floyd Beil.
The logging trucks are again
Medford, was a visitor in Valley road into the timber tract so it
delayed by the heavy rams. The
can be hauled into the mill.
View last Monday.
Walter Hash was in from his rains cause thl mountains to b«
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Arnold,
who have been living in Ashland Dead Indian ranch the first of very slick. The rain was almost
continoua here for three daya.
this winter, have taken their the week.
J. T. Sawyer and Mrs. E. E.
Mike Tucker and Joe Randles
dairy cows out to their mountain
ranch, known as the Cove ranch. have the new garage on Ed Bsc- Capp were in Ashland last Mbn-
Their two daughters, Orphia ron* ranch nearly completed. day shopping.
Mrs. R. B. Purves and sons,
and Edith will reamin in Ash Mr. Barron is planning to pur
land till the end of the school chase a new truck for farm use. Clyde, Robert and James took
The electric lights were o ff for dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Henry
term and little John is staying
with his grandparents, Mr. and several hours last Saturday as Burnette last Sunday.
Dr. Fred Goddard o f Klamath
Mrs. J. F. Arnold and attending work was being done on the line
near the airport which is just Falls spent last Friday with his
the Lincoln school in Ashland.
George Nichols and small dau north o f Ashland in the Bellview parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. God
ghter, Betty Jean of Ashland district.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Keith
A trial landing was msde
were callers at the G. W. Nichols
which the pilot reported very fa spent last Monday with Mr. and
home last Tuesday.
L. H. Gallatin and J. R. Mc vorable for this new landing Mrs. Floyd Bell.
Mis* Margaret Lockwood cal
Cracken attended a meeting of field.
Edwin Dunn has purchased a led at the home o f Mr. and Mrs.
the Poultry Producers associa
H. S. Lynch last Saturday.
tion in Medford last Tuesday new sedan car.
Howard Works spent last Mon
The Kiwania luncheon which is
Mrs. J. F. Arnold was quite ill to be held at the Bellview Com day with his parents in Talent.
Fred Wrapp motored up to G,
for several days last week but is munity club house is postponed
A. Briner’s to get some black-
to April 24.
much improved this week.
sm ilin g done. If there is any
Mr. Chapman and son of San
Eastern experiments show that thing to be done in the black
Diego, California, have purchased
the Harvey orchards in Valley fertilisers applied to late spring smith shop, G. A. Briner, (known
View and »rrived last Saturday sown crops by attachments on as “ Handy Andy") can do it.
Mr. Major is quite ill at his
afternoon with the family to take the seeder which scatters the ma
possession o f their new property terial at the side o f the furrow home this week.
Mrs. Frank Smith spent last
near the seed, aid the crop ma
terially throughout the entire Saturday with her daughter, Mrs.
Howard Boyd of Medford.
I growing season.
To Make Board
Visit in Names
the East Teachers
W AGNER CREEK
F. W. Combs and daughter,
Bernice were in Medford last
Tuesday on business.
Arthur Eastland o f Dorris,
Calif., came over last Tuesday to
spend a few days with Mr. and
Mrs. G. A. Briner.
H. L. Sommers was in Ashland
last Tuesday shopping.
Frank Smith was in Ashland
last Monday on business.
Mrs. M. A Goddard called on
Mrs. John Wolgamott last Tues
Mrs. E. A. Purves and daugh
ter and Mrs. Muller were in
Medford on business last Tues
William Gleims and C. D. Pur
ves called on Mr. and Mrs. H. T.
Slagle last Sunday afternoon.
C. M. Wolgamott was in Med
ford last Saturday on business.
James Purves started to school
last Monday and is picking up in
his studies fine. He is- unable to
walk to school so is taken in a
car. He lost through his illness
about eight weeks of school.
as in the irrigated regions east
of the mountains.
These facts were collected
from more than 400 farms in one
o f the most extensive cost o f pro
duction surveys o f forage crops
The costs are
based on data obtained in per
sonal interviews with the grow
ers. Regions surveyed were the
Willamette and Rogue river val
leys, Umatilla, Deschutes, Klam
ath, Malheur and Baker-Union
COST, LENGTH OF LIFE
OF ALFALFA ARE FOUND
the season o f glad
ness o f earth’s resur-
| rection— the time o f
times t o send sweet
messages o f friend
ship to those we love.
Recent data collected by the
Oregon experiment station shows
that the cost of establishing a
stand of alfalfa— seeded alone—
is $33.04 per acre. The average
life o f the crop was found to be
five years, which gives a depre
ciation of $6.60 per acre each
In the Rogue river region the
cost for the same operation was
$23.30 per acre.
life in that region is 10.2 years,
giving an annual depreciation
charge of $2.30.
It was also found that alfalfa
hay may be grown almost as
cheaply in the Willamette valley
W e have the newest
EASTER cards now
5c to 50c
7ft# % « a U s t o n
WHEN YOU PLANT
Three things, above all other, Ash
land farmers should bear in mind as
they prepare the soil for the spring
(1 ) O f course, the preparation o f
the soil itself.
(2 ) The quality o f the seed used in
(3) The kind o f produce it is ex
pected to raise.
Good seed in properly cultivated
soil will assure good crops in this fer
tile farm country.
Bagley cannery at Ashland assures a
home market f o r
Therefore, why not take this market
into consideration when deciding up
on your crops?
W e are glad to have farmers confer
with us relative to their problems,
we want to help in the best possible
developments o f the Ashland-Talent
section which we serve.
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