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About The Ashland register. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-19?? | View This Issue
TUESDAY, MAY 22. l» 2S
THE ASHLAND REGISTER
Ha’el Smith, Nora gram. Miss Hazel Bruner spoke M e d fo rd H otel P e o p le — Mr. and
A number of ladies of the Roy Ward, Nellie Carter, Ella McCleod on ‘‘The importande of educa Mrs. Clemenson of the Jackson
Neighbor lodge of Ashland as Ethel Reid, Emma Maloney, Kath tion in the mission work of the Hotel in Medford spent Sunday in
S e m i-W e e k ly P i p e r P u b li ih td a> A shland. O r t f o a
sembled at the home of Mrs. Guy arine L Uel M. Milne, Ila Myer, church;” three stories told made Ashland with Mr. and Mrs. Lew
Formerly the Central Point and Ashland American
Randles in the Bellview district Ellen W ateis, Johnson, and Mes- vivid to those present the spirit Hansen of the Hotel Ashland.
Office at 372 East Mair Street
night to honor Mrs. M erritt ! dames Cleo Howell, Lizzie Mer- and devotion of the missionaries.
BUSINES AND NEWS PHONE 95
Visits Mother — Mrs. Joe Mc
At the conclusion of the pro Mahon,
32.00 Conversation, various games j ritt and Russel Cripe.
wife of Joe McMahon, for- -
gram, Miss Reid assisted by her
and stunts occupied the hours. M n . M c N a ir H o n o re d --- The mother served delicious refresh mer traffic officer of this district, ^
A d v e rtisin g R a te s G iven on A pp licatio n
complimented lady received members of Zuleima Temple, ments and a pleasant social hour is making her mother, Mrs. T. K.
Entered at the Postoffice at Ashland, Oregon, as Second Class The
a number of useful and appro Daughters of the Nile, were hos- wa senjoyed before disbanding. Bolton of this city, a short visit, j
M atter, under the Act of C o n fess of March 3, 1879
priate gifts which were opened for ] teases on Wednesday evening, Those who had the pleasure of
M e m b e r S T A T E E D IT O R IA L A S S O C IA T IO N
benefit of the donors.
| May 16, t;t the home of Mrs. Hen- attending the meeting were: Mis MAUPIN— Oili:.g is well along
M e m b e r N A T I O N A L E D IT O R IA L A S S O C IA T IO N
Mrs. Guy Randles, the hostess, I ry Enders on North Main street^ ses Hazel Brown, Minnie Beaver, on the Dailes-California highway, j
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served delicious refreshm ents to the pleasant occasion being in hon Clara Anderson, Isabella W atten- DEFUR — Mutual C ream ery.
THE DAIRY INDUSTRY.
about twenty ladies.
or of Mrs. Hal McNair, Queen of barger, Beulah Hussey, Cora Ma
in one day.
Zuleima Temple, who leaves Sat son and Adena Hunt.
Last Thursday W. G. Ide, manager of the
A u x ilia ry H eld S ocial M e e tin g — urday to attend the supreme con- j
State Chamber of Commerce gave Ashland bus The ladies of the Auxiliary to vention of the Daughters of the
American Legion held their I Nile at Buffalo, New York. The,
iness men something to think about when he the
regular social meeting Monday ' affair was in the form of a sur- j
gave out some rather surprising facts regarding evening
at the Legion hall. In prise shower, each guest bringing
Jackson county as a dairy center.
stead of the usual evening of ‘ a dainty handkerchief to Mrs. Mr- j
From the diary of
According to information he has gathered
and needlework the ladies Nair, who was also presented with :
this county is particularly blessed with dairy pos cards
were engaged in getting the pap a huge green basket of yellow
“Since I’ve hid my Erma Jettick
in readiness for the rosebuds, the nandkerchiefs being
sibilities. The production per cotv ranks third er poppy poppies
»hoe* I've lost twelve pounds!
on Saturday. The pop concealed in ihe basket with clev-
in the state, and practical dairymen have stated pies are sale made
Doctor Blank say* that scrawny
Mrs. T — is putting on weight
that dairying in Jackson county should be car V eterans’ hospital in Portland and The evening hours were con- i
since she bought hers and he thinks
Red Feather Shaving Lotion
ried on more successfully than in Tillamook- the and the ladies place the stickers genially spent in guessing games
it is because we both have done so
much more walking and outdoor
banner dairy county of the state. It is nice to on them in readiness for the an and conversation. Mrs. Frank j It is made to heal razor cuts and to soothe your|
exercise without noticing it. be
national poppy day sale.
cause we walk without U-.igje
know these things but the difficulty arises when nual Refreshments
Dean won a dainty gift for winner j
they are considered from a practical view point. der the direction of Mrs. J. Q. Mrs. C. II. Vaupel was consoled.
How can these facts be turned to practical ad Adams, chairman, assisted by Mes Dainty refreshm ents were serv-1
dames Guy Applewhite, R. L. Bur- ed, the color scheme of green and I
Mr. Ide suggests that the banks be asked to dic, Ralph Bowen and Glen Ad yellow being carried out both in
the rooms and in the refresh
help finance worthy farmers in the purchase of dis.
• • •
Ç^ ot women who
dairy cattle. A little investigation will she*.' that
Mi*» S an der* H o n o re d — Miss
want to go—and do
Members present were, the
at least one Ashand bank, and possibly all of Hazel
Sanders, instructor of home guest
them, have been for the past ten years willing to economics at the junior high school Mesdamrs Henry Enders, H. L.
do this very thing, and are still anxious to assist was honored at a surprise kitchen Ciaycomb, J. H. Hardy, P. R.
held at the home of Miss
reen iscount tamps The ENDERS
••ny man who is capable, to secure first class 1 shower
I. R. Bateman, Frank
Edna Gohenn on Palm avenue last Hardy,
airy cows, and there has been but very little de- Thursday
night. The affair was Callen, Clyde Malone, Clifford
land for assistance of this kind.
in honor of her coming marriage Jenkins,
Belle Schwein, O. W.
This being the fact then there must be some .3 Robert Norris, who is employ Long, William
C. H. Vau
ther reason why dairying in Jackson county or ed at the Southern Oregon Ex pel and Thomas Loomis,
station. He is also a
at least this section of it, has not made further perimental
Helen Norris who
strides. The Register would be glad to have has been receiving
no F o reig n M ission ary S o c ie ty ——
communications from dairymen, or other inter tice recently through so her much motion
The members of the Young Wo
men’s Foreign Missionary society
ested citizens, giving us the facts concerning the picture plays.
The evening was spent most were entertained last Tuesday ev
lack of general interest in this industry. There
games and guess ening at the home of Miss Ethel
must be a reason and if there is anyone that can ing contests. with Miss
Sanders was Reid on East Main street.
enlighten us, we would appreciate it.
the recipient of a number of use The program of the evening was
ful utensils suitable for the kitch opened with devotional services
led by Miss Beulah Hussey. This
en of the bride.
THE PARKING PLAN.
Miss Goheen assisted by Miss was followed by a short business
m y w ork w ill
Haan served delicious re session and the meeting was aga n
The question of parking upon the main streets freshments
the following guests turned over to Miss Hussey, who
be easier —
of Ashland has again been answered. Propos Miss Hazel to Sanders,
guest of hon- had prepared an interesting pro-
L ocal W o m a n C o m p lim e n te d — or; Misaes
EN N A
Lithia Springs Pharmacy
als to change from diagonal to parallel met de
feat at the hands of the city council last night,
after a spirited debate between Mayor Thornton,
and representatives of local business houses.
The mayor’s argument was based upon the
looks of the city and greater safety; the business
men claimed the safety features would not be
changed and in addition, such a change when
once tried materially affected business. The
council sustained the plea of the business men
and the parking will remain as it is, and this is
as it should be. The business interest of the
town is the very life-blood of any community.
Take away from their prosperity and you have
stagnation; add to it and you have progress.
One feature of the meeting which we think
is highly commendable, is the statement made by
the mayor that the one-hour limit will hereafter
be enforced. We do not know of one business
man who attended last night’s meeting, that vio
lates this section of the ordinance, but we do
\ now of several who drive their car down town,
1 >ave it parked in front of their place of business
t itil meal time, drive it home, and then park it
: gain. It would seem inconsistent for a man to
sign a petition requesting diagonal parking to
conserve parking space, and then be guilty of
using up a good portion of it for purely personal
If the statement made bust night that Ashland
needs all of the parking space possible is true-
and we firmly believe that it is, then local husi
iness men should not selfishly use this space that
rightfully belongs to their customers.
LOGANBERRY BOREU BEST
CONTROLLED BY PULLING
The loganberry crown-borer,
serious pest of loganberries and
raspberries in Oregon is control
led by pulling out all infested
canes and destroying them. Care
ful inspection of the patch is ne
cessary to detect all wilted canes
and evidences of borings, says the
Infested canes man be severed
at the girdle hy grasping firmly
and giving a twisting pull. Often
the borer ia revealed In the sever
ed cane. One may carry a short. J
heavy wire looped over the belt
to insert in the tunnel of the sev
ered stub to get the borers not
found in the cane.
experiment station. Spraying |
seems most effective at a dry 1
time during bright weather. Best
reslulta are usually obtained by \
thoroughly coating the stems and j
leaves of the plants with the spray.
um Chloride, one pound to
n of water, has proved an
re quark groan killer when
1 on with a good preaaure.
.rsulta have been obtained
by L-tting the quack gross get
good spring growth.
Spraying when the gross begins
to head out baa given good results
in tests carried on by the Oregon j
RAINIER — New DuRoia lum
ber mill starts steady cutting.
m y kitchen
cleaner. ’ ’
No wonder that the truck gardeners
around Ashland find a ready market for
their product! Who is there who wouldn’t
prefer home-grown vegetables and fruits
right from the garden, to those which have
come from a distance:
It has been said that the greatest asset of
this section is its soil and its greatest need,
people. People to till its soil means also
people to consume its products. Yet, over
and above this market, we have the cannery
to consume the surplus; and the cannery can
use a greater surplus.
Fortunately Ashland has no “over-pro
duction" problem. We are glad to welcome
newcomers in the Ashland district—and at
F irst N ational
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