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Friday, January 25, 1935
SOUTHERN OREGON MINER
TWO BRUSH MARINES
SLOSH THRU SHOW
TO TQP TALLOWBOX
Ducks and Dames, Mirth and Music in
College Rhythm* Coining to Lithia
Urge«! on by visions of scenic
mountain ruggedness in a winter
setting and the conviction that
Portland boys can surmount any
obstacle that Applegate people
can overcome. Herbert (Slim)
Bennings and Earl Handsaker,
CCC youths from the Star Ranger
station, conquered the desolate ex
panses of snow Saturday, and
emerged victorious early the next
morning at Tallowbox lookout sta
tion 10 miles distant.
With no skiis in use, and one
night spent beneath the stars with
too few blankets, and a third mem
ber, Lawrence Fields, whom some
have declared showed good judg
ment. turning homeward at the
foot of Tallowbox, it was only by
the unfailing courage of Mr. Pen
nings that the couple reached their
destination. Even Mr. Handsaker
wished to desert the ranks near
the journey's end. it was stated.
Believing that but little more
snow covered Tallowbox than pre
vailed in the valley, the boys were
surprised to find the mountain
buried under a depth which they
reported as seven feet.
Leaving early Saturday morn
ing. the boys were able to reach
within 100 yards of the summit,
Jot* Penner, accompanied by Goo-Goo, his duck, one of radio's
spending the night under a tree.
foremost comedians, appearing in “College Rhythm" coming to
By nine o'clock the next morn
the Lithia theatre for a three-day engagement starting Sunday.
ing the Brush Marines had thaw
It's heralded as the six-star musical treut of 1985. introducing
ed and warmed themselves at the
new dance routines, new music hits by Gordon and Revel and
lookout house, had cooked their
features besides Penner, Jack Oakie, Lanny Ross, Helen Mack,
breakfast, and reported their vic
Lyda Robert!, Mary Brian, George Barbier und the All-American-
tory by telephone to the ranger
station. They returned Sunday
night, much to the surprise of
dubious home folks, who said they FORMER RESIDENT DIES
Í GEORGE RII.EY FIRST
didn’t expect to see the adventur
AT KLAMATH WEDNESDAY
ers again until the snow melted.
Mr. Handsaker was reported un
able to walk two days later.
Some early birds get worms,
of Ashland, Frank A. Sutton of
but George Riley, who hardly
Modoc Point, Klamath county, at
Falls Wednesday. Jan- waited for the Southern Oregon
Mrs. Bennett, 95, Dies uary
Mr. Sutton in early Miner's doors to open Monday
morning in the new Ashland
days ran a livery stable in Ash-
Here Monday Evening Und and made his home m this , location at 167 East Main, was
greeted by a scene of typo
city for many years.
graphic bedlam, pounding, fuss
Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Bennet, 95.
Funeral services will be held at ing and sawdust.
Ashland resident for the past 20 the Dodge chapel in this city at
Riley. Irish as Paddy's por
years, passed away quietly Mon 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon, in cine,
called a halt to the activ
day evening, January 21, 1935, at terment to be tn Mountain View ity. however, when he dropped
a dollar on the counter and an
her home at 265 Third street.
Frank Sutton was bom at Oil
Elizabeth Azbell was bom on Creek, Butler county, Pennsylvania nounced he wanted to subscribe
February 21, 1840, in Ohio, to February 20, 1865, and came to for The Miner a year. The edi
James Azbell and Abigail Millison southern Oregon in 1886. Mrs Sut tor, being closest, came out of
Azbell. At various times she has ton. whose death occurred several the resulting dogpile with the
lived in Kansas. Oklahoma, Colo- years ago. was Pearl Real, a sister coin. Riley had a receipt thrust
in his hand and the clatter and
rado, and more recently in Gold of Mart Real, resident of Quartz
Hill, Her last years have been Mountain. Oregon, and well known commotion was resumed.
George Riley's subscription
spent with her daughter, Mrs. here.
was the first to be received by
Pearl Higdon, in this city.
Surviving him are twin sons, The Miner in its new Ashland
Mrs. Bennett was a member of Layton Sutton and Lester Sutton,
the First Christian church of Ash both of Klamath county; two sis location, and it is hoped by the
ters, Mrs. Allie Sayles of Eugene, staff he was leading a parade.
Two daughters, Mrs. Laura Mrs. Gertrude King of Sonora.
Hottenstein oFHappy Camp. Cal., Calif., and two brothers. Ward
and Mrs. Pearl Higdon of Ashland, Sutton of Willamette and Lee Sut Applegate Welcomes
ton of Klamath Falls.
Reopening of Copper
J. P. Dodge an<k Sons were in
charge of funeral services which BLACK BEAR WOMAN KILLS
Store by Roy Crow
were held Wednesday aMemoon at
2:00 o’clock in their chapel“. Inter COUGAR FROM DOOR-STEP
The Copper store on Applegate,
ment was in the cemetery at Qold
having been closed for the last
SAWYERS BAR. Jan. 17.— two months, opened recently with
• Mrs. Alice Hurst has returned HSpl)—Mrs. Dick Owens, at the a complete line of groceries, and
from Benicia, Calif., for a short Black Bear mine, could win laurels
for' lucky shots. She stepped out is in charge of George' Bock. The
on the back porch of their home service station also is being oper
a few days ago and saw a big ated in connection with the store.
cougar gazing at her. She stepped
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crow of Bak
in the houge, picked up a .22 cal
ibre rifle and, shot the cougar be ersfield, Calif., have purchased the
tween the eyes. Her husband had property from Mrs E. A. Wiggins
Dir cel tin of I tall or Cntrrllnliuatrrs
gone a short dtetance from home, of Eugene, and will come here in
and thinking to have some fun the near future to take charge of
when he returned, Mrs. Owens the store and make their home.
dragged the big cat upon the Mr. Crow operates a transfer line
porch and propped it up as life at Bakersfield.
like as possible. When Dick came
The store, formerly in charge of
up to the porch a short time after Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Mercer, who
dark he carried a bucket of water moved to Elliott creek in the fall,
and his flashlight. As the light is the only grocery in the upper
struck the cat, almost on top of Applegate section, and is welcom
him, Dick dropped the bucket and ed by all residents as a great
ran yelling for help. His wife came asset to the community.
to his rescue and kicked the cat
off the porch.—Siskiyou News.
• Former Deputy Sheriff Phil
Stansbury and Officer Jim Hall
• D. D. Hall of Portland is a of the Ashland police force, drop
business visitor in Ashland this ped into The Miner office Tuesday
to look over the newcomers. L. G.
Agee and Charles Broili also ex
It is difficult to govern a state tended their welcomes and right
of mind.—Weston Leader.
The world'i greetett
null ere "fit to Uli"
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• M ah Ion Wilson has returned to Ben Dawson und daughters Betty
southern California, after spending und But bum, and little son, Mrs.
DIS I KK T NEWSPAPER HERE
a few days attending to business j I-ance Offenbacher, und Gerald
interests at Ruch, his former resi Buck
The fourth monthly issue of the
dence Mr. Wilson sold his prop- I • Claus Kleinhn miner was com Medford District News, CCC pub
erty hen* to Robert —
Ray, local plimented wilh*ti surprise party ut
circulating to each of the
ills home Friday evening, when a lication officers
and enrolles in
• Miss Frances Port, ■ophomore small group of friends assembled, 5600
Medford district, will again be
in the Ashland high school, is spending a pleasant hour playing the
printed in plant of the Miner. It
spending this week at her home cards.
will be the third time the Miner's
on Applegate, having received ex • Mr and Mrs Harold Zundell, plant
have produced the four-
emptions from all semester exam M F. Hanley, and Lloyd Damon, page, will five-column
all of Nike Creek, were recent which Is ably edited by Lieut. Roy
• Emmett Phillips. Squaw laike business visitors on the Applegute. D. Craft, formerly staff membu|^
resident, received a sprained ankle Mr Hunley and Mt Damon each
a few »lays ago. when he fell from purchased 15 head of yearling cut
Delivery of 5600 CO|:!:,!‘ of
District News is scheduled to rN^^
• J. J. Arant of Eugene and Mar • Mrs Floyd Rippey is somewhat | made over the week-end. The 3-C
tin Mow of Klamath Falls visited improved, having been seriously ill I newspaper is but one of many
at the A. S. Kleinhammer home at her Big Applegute home early orders turned out regularly by the
on Little Applegate a few days this week
commercial printing de|>artmcnt
ago. Mr. Arant, formerly of Ap • Whist playing. |x>pulur winter of the Miner.
plegate. is engaged in trucking diversion among the young mar
Willamette valley produce to Cal ried people of the lower Apple
ifornia points, reluming with gate section, has been revived this DON'T NEGI.ECT YOUR EYES
fruit from the south. He makes season, Mr. and Mrs. Jack O'Brien
frequent stops in Ashland, where entertaining at their home Satur
he visits his mother. Mrs. Emma day evening Four tables were in
play, Mrs. Gene Mee und Bert
• Mrs. Chester Pureel of Jackson Hukill receiving high score, und 58 3rd Street
ville. accompanying Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Hugh Brown the
Noblitt of Medford on a business low. Refreshments completed the
trip to Ruch early this week, was evening.
a guest of Mrs A. Throckmor • Having been unable to assume
ton Mis Noblitt is with tin- Med duties ax hostess four weeks ago
ford relief, headquarters.
on account of illncHS, Mrs. Sid
• With the Applegate Grange or Hansen will have members of the
ganizing a basketball team a few Little Applegate sewing dub at
weeks ago. that quintet, coupled her home January 30 for their
with the community team. Is put regular bi-monthly meeting. The
ting basketball to the front this club reports small attendance this ■
winter, even in the face of num- month, owing to illness and stormy
erous defeats, The community weather.
quintet lost to the Jacksonville • Mrs A N. Krouse, chairman
Grange team Tuesday evening, and of the Applegate Home Extension
to the Murphy first team late last unit, has been selected as an of
week, the latter score being 25- ficial delegate from the unit to
30. The Applegate Grangers were attend the Home Interests con
defeated by Murphy’s second team ference at Oregon State college
13-35. The new Grange quintet in February 12-16. An unusunlly fine
cludes Frank Knutzen. Frank and program has been arranged for
Tom Mee, Wm. Ludwig, and Mor this year, and other members of
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the local unit also are expecting
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• Mr. and Mrs. T. C. McDaniels to attend. The unit held an inter
of Vacaville, Calif., arrived Wed esting project meeting late last
nesday morning on the Applegate, week on "Menu Planning,” con
having been called here as a result ducted by Mrs. Mabel Mack, coun
of the illness of Mrs. McDaniel's
father, William Buck, who is suf- • “Oregon Show Boat," traveling
fering from an influenza attack. educational show, was presented
• Although the prevailing warm at Camp Applegate Tuesday night
weather is lessening the snow over by Mr. Fuller of the state for
the Applegate country, over which ester's office at Salem and Mr.
residents have expressed much Neeley of the regional forest office
pleasure, the following depths at Portland. The moving pictures
were reported during the heaviest depict modem logging methods in
storm: 22 inches at Seattle Bar, northern California, as well ax in
three feet at Camp Carburry, and
28 inches at the Dawson ranch at
• A minor accident occurred at
the Cameron bridge on Big Ap
plegate early this week, when a
car in which Ralph Cruther and
a friend from Medford and Jean
Stayde of Ashland were riding,
skidded and hit the bridge. The
car being somewhat damaged, the
trio returned to Medford with a
• Mrs. Louisa Ray, Ruch pioneer
who will reach her 88th birthday
anniversary January 29, is suffer
ing from a flu relapse this week.
Dr. A. E. Dodsnn of Medford was
called to her home Monday eve
ning. Mrs. R S Birchard of Lit
tle Applegate, who became ill with
pneumonia following an attack of
flu, is remaining with friends in
Medford during her illness. Other
local people recovering from the
flu this week are Mr. and Mrs.
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• Antone Ring, well known cou
gar hunter of Ashland, brought
his two hunting dogs to the Illg
Applegate this week, where he de
voted some time to the search of
cougar tracks on Htar Gulch.
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