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"THEY GIVE THEIR
War Bondi Today
7X« Pap** *1kal Jl<U
TIIIN AND THAT
(By OI.D TIMKIC)
To the Editor:
Some folk« have converted park
ing «trip« into Victory gaidrua.
Many others lacking in civic pride,
allow the tall uncut to flourish
like a green buy tree And by I he
way, some of these uninunicuted
strips border on the main highway.
ASHLAND. OREGON. THURSDAY,
*7* ¿ap—And ¿apd 9ti
May 13. 1943
Mr. and Mrs. O L. Carver of
The Bellview Grange held their
Phoenix received i^ord thut their
regular meeting last Tuesday eve
son, l*vt. Dean Carver had been
ning Mr. and Mrs. Hays and
wounded in action in New Guinea
daughter were voted on for mem-
'lhe Carver« were former resident«
The Indians called the Ameri
bership and will be obligated in
of Talent and Dean attended the
the first and second degrees at cans "Boa on Men” and the Eng
the next meeting. Mothers* Day lish “"King George Men.” Boston
Mr and Mm. Cecil Wilburn are
was observed in a very interesting produced many colorful character«
the parents of a seven pound boy
program. Rev. Edgar giving a who made history for the Oregon
born Thursday morning at the
talk and presqpting corsages to Country. One of the most notable
all the mothers. Mrs. I. E .Dead- wan Nathanial Wyeth , a trader
Nothing is being heard from the Community Hospital in Ashland
The Talent Garden Club met at
mond was the oldest mother pre with daring and imagination.
boys who, before the war, predic
sent. Hostesses were Mr. and Mrs
Wyeth started west in 1832 with
ted that Japan would be polished the home uf Mrs. Chase Gardner
Ralph Billings, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- 21 men. He joined forces with
off in three weeks, but there is a Wednesday afternoon. About 20
win Dunn, and Mr. arid Mr«. Les- William Sublette and the two en-
national chorus demanding that ladles were present.
Mr«. Wm. Byrd of Prospect
the job be undertaken in earnest
! gaged in a battle with the Black
passed away at the home of Mrs
On Wednesday evening 23 sol- feet Indians and Sublette was so
Mary Higgins Friday evening..
diers were entertained by the badly wounded he had to return
Uncle Zeke auys he knows a Mm. Byrd, who was IH the jmst
Grangers. Hostesses for the eve- to the East, Wyeth continued west
Victory gardener, who has tacked yeur, was 39 year« old and leaves
ning were Mrs Clair Kincaid, Mrs. with Mil ton Sublette as far as the
on the garage wall the picture of a husband and two sons Funeral
Henry Stenrud and Mrs. Willis Snake, then journeyed on with his
a tomato from his seed catalogue services were held Monday after
Byrd. Games, dancing and «immu own party to Fort Vancouver.
for comparison later in the season noon at the Litwller Funeral home
nity singing were enjoyed by the With him was John Ball, who be
Mr and Mrs Joe Skeeters, who
group. Refreshments .were served came the first school teacher in
Perhaps they might call that purchased the Works property,
at the close of the evening.
the Oregon country, his pupils the
embattled area of Tunisia the moved from Ashland into their
Mrs. Floyd Barrett of Medford half-breed children of the Hudson
"Coffin Comer," because that'« new place Saturday Mr. Skeeters
has been employed to take the Bay Company employees.
where the Italian Empire to re is Improved In health.
place of Mrs Nye for the balance
Wyeth expected to find the ship
ccivlng final internment.
Mr. and Mrs Charle« Skeeters
of the school year.
Sultan awaiting him at Fort Van
Mr and Mrs. Walter Davis and couver with a load of supplies, but
John L. Ix>w1s reiterates hi« de- and redecorated Wayland Smith
daughter Lyda and Mrs. Haynes the Sultana was wrecked on a reef
mand for a $2 day wage boost la doing the work
were dinner guests Sunday at the in the Sandiwich Islands. Wyeth
The Skeeters lagging outfit
for his coal miners. Another case
Floyd Parks home in Central
returned to Boston and organized
are planning to move their equip-
of Ajgx defying the lightening
Columbia River Fishing and
merit up on the Wagner Creek
Earl Hamilton and Rev. J. Z.
Trading Company The intrepid
A "Government in Exile" can
went to Cave Junction Boston trader started wes.; again
Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Cochran and
be a liability, as witness Poland's
Friday evening where Rev. Walker in 1834, and
traveled with the
son Keith returned to their home
fuss with Russia,
had charge of meetings both Fri Jason Lee
In Eugene Thursday after spend-
day and Saturday evenings in the through to the
Hitler may prove a very ineffec Ing a few day« visiting relative«
Adventist Church. Mrs. Milton
Because the Rocky Mountain
tual "Bulwark against Bolshe in the valley
Hamilton and baby accompanied
Company refused to honor
them as far as Grants Pass and
c A merican Reo C ross is the official recruiting
transacting business in Talent
visited with her parents, Mr. and a contract made with the former
AGENCY FOR ARMY ANO NAVY NURSES.
The chap, *who llar« hi« «teak Monday
owners, Wye:h eatablised Fort
THEY SERVE COURAGEOUSLY ’AT THE FRONT"
Mm. Clarence Homes called on
rare is in luck.
Theo Alway and sister, Mrs. Lee Hall at the junction of the Snake
WITH OUR BOYS ALL OVER THE WORLD.
relatives in Talent Monday after
Langlee of Roseville, California and Port Neuf Rivers as a trading
— THIS /S A PAKT OK THE MGHTIMG ALE
Beyond the Mediterranean lie« noon.
have been spending a few days at post. On arival at Fort Vancouver,
PLEDGE THEY TAKE:
Wyeth found the “May Dacre”
Mr and Mrs. Carl Chrt« of
the Rev. J. Z. Walker home
Prospect have rented the Ed Foas
------HI T BGNDH------
•WITH LOYALTY WILL I... DIVOTr MYSELF TO THE
Mrs. Clyde Briggs of Oakland awaiting him with a load of sup
place Mr. Chris is employed by
spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. plies. He built Fort William on
WELFARE OF THOSE COMMITTED TO MY CARE
■the Skeeter« lumber company.
Mark True. Mrs. Briggs had some Wappato Island and laid out a
The Wagner Creek P.T.A. mem
very intereMing pictures and let-. city which he expected to become
bers sponsored a jirogram and pie ASHLAND GIRL ELECTED TO
ters from her son, who is in the the metropolis of the Oregon Coun
FASHION SHOW AT U.S.S.
sale Friday night at the Wagner PHI BETA KAPPA
Navy somewhere in the try. But the Hudson Bay Company
, was too strong for him and Wyeth
Frances King, senior in sociol ASHLAND USO
Fur the third consecutive year, Creek school house. The program
was forced to abandon his enter
ogy, Ashland, was anounced one
Uieguii w<»n first place in the wes
A fashion show and tea will be
prise. Fort William soon became
tern division of the national states singing and a puppet show Pie of 28 University senior« who have held Saturday, May 19 at 2:30, at ness visitors to Medford Tuesday
but the memory of a great am
been chosen for membership in the
traffic safely contest for 1942,
Mr. and Mr«. M, T. Franklin Oregon chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the Ashland USO clubhouse, hono Mr. H. L. Gregory, Mrs. True« bition, one of the many colorful
Robert S. Farrell Jr., secretary of
ring girls interested in becoming
episodes happening on the island
it ale announced today when he was visited friends and relative« in national honorary of liberal arts junior hostesses and remembering father and her sister, Mr«. Sellers
we now call Sauvie.
at Central Point
notified that this stale was the
those junior hostesses who are Mr. and Mr«. Phil Brownlee of
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At a special ceremony May 19,
current winner in the contest.
‘"■^rs^Tor’ thU splwidld show-
Wh° *5« VU'Un* the new members will be Initiated. j leaving for the summer. The fash Tule Lake, Calif spent the week SERVICE MEN VISIT
ion show will be directed toward
Ing must go to my predecessor, •t the Andy Stevens home near Mias King stood at the top of the former wars—the American Revo end with Mrs. Brownlee’s parents,
SOCE THIS WEEK
Mr and Mrs. Theo Weavers.
list of new members
Earl Snell, on the fine safety
wartime fashions prevailing during
Frances King Is the daughter of lution, the Civil War, the Spanish
Kenneth Hobson was a guest
program carried forward by him,'
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Brown and Mm. Ruth E. King of Ashland
and Sam, and Mr and Mrs. Bob Tuesday
the weekly luncheon of
Mr. Farrell stated
Bell and daughter Judy Ann and Theta Delta Phi, men's scholastic
States Included in the western children of Tionesta, California
6:49:Methodist Youth Groups
wiU include fashions prevailing
were week end guests of relatives
division are Montana, Wyoming,
J during the present war era. The Mr .and Mrs. Peter Strom and fraternity at the Southern Oregon
Herbert Denison of Camp W.iite College of Education. Col. Hobson,
Colorado, New Mexico, Idaho,
Thurs. 7:30- Bible Study and , fashion show will be followed by were picnicing in Lithia Park Sun- who was a student at SOCE in
soon, having purchased the Henry
Utah, Arizona. Nevada. California,
a tea. Invitations are being sent
Burnett home on Gibson Avenue. Fellowship hour.
Washington, and Oregon.
to girls graduating from high day. Mr Denison is a distant «sou-¡1927 is now holder of military
sin of Mrs R. .• Bell.
awards for distinguished service
Standings in lhe national con
school this June and to college
test are based on the actual death AT THE CHURCHES
girls not yet registered as junior Mr and Mrs Ernest Rogers re- in the south Pacific battle field
turned to Idaho last week a*ter where he was on the staff of
record together with the accident
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
717 Siskiyou Boulevard
spending several days with rua- General McArthur.
prevention activities carried on in
Gordon C. Griffin-Pastor
Clarence F. MeCall, Minister 1 n
__ — for
— 2__ are in the
lhe state, Secretary of State, Far
9:49 a. I m.-Blble
- - - with hands of the following commit Uves here. They were accompa-l Lt. Kent Ashcraft, another
9:49- Bible School, C. E Corry.
nied as far as Portland with
Mrs. Glen Prescott. Supt.
Esther Mrs. John Farmer and Mr and former SOCE student now in ser
There were 271 traffic deaths
11:00- Morning Worship.
11:00- Worship Service.
Young, Mrs: Claire Scott, Mrs. Mrs. Elmer Byrd and daughter vice. was also a visitor at the col
in Oregon in 1942, compared to
7:00- Young People's Meeting
Sermon by the Rev. Mrs. Chas, Charles Fortmiller; Music, Miss
lege this week, having flown to
Carolyn. While in Portland they
399 in 1941 or a reduction of 32%.
8:00- Evening service.
M Giffen on the subject: "Faith Florence Allen, Miss Carolyn
Ashland from Pensacola where he
visited with Mrs. Amy Spafford
Accidents resulting in injuries
7:30, Wednesday- Mid-week fel is the Victory."
RoJe; Tea, Miss Margaret Page and Miss Adeline Hamilton and is stationed. Lt Ashcraft took the
dropped 39% while total reported lowship hour.
2:00 p. m.. May 19. Pi ig rim Stu- and assisting junior hostesses;
civilian pilot training at SOCE,
Earl Farmer, who is quite ill at
accidents were -down 23%.
and is now Instructor in the Navy
dy Club at the home of Mrs. Cora Fashion show. Miss Ann Munkres;
The traffic death record for the
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Burns at the corner of Harrison Decorations, Frances Aikens with
Mrs. Earl Hamilton is spending
state was 8 9 persons killed per
, and Holly Streets.
Second and B St.
assisting junior hostesses; Recep a few days at Seattle and Port
hundred million miles of travel,the
Earl F. Downing, Minister
tion, Mrs. Will Dodge, Mm. Roy land.
lowest death rate since accurate
9:48- Bible School with Mrs.
Frazier, Mrs. Ted Lockhart; Invi-1 Mr. and Mrs. Marion Page of
accident records have een kept in John Schoenwald, Superintendent.
tations, Eizabeth Cunningham and California have purchased two and
this state. The death rate was 24
North Main at Helman
11:00 a. m. - Morning Service.
a half acres where the Bellview
percent under the 1941 rate.
6:45- Christian Endeavor and Rev. Howard G, Eddy. Minister
Brick yard was and plan to build
Pedestrian protection, one of the Second Front.
9:49- Bible School for an ages
HIGH 8CH(M>L SEXTET AT
a house on the property this
11:00- Morning Worship and
most important phases in accident
7:49- Evening Service.
ASLAND I SO
spring. Mrs. Page is a daughter
prevention activities, also moved
Mid-week Service: Wed. 7:46.
of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Rector
ahead in Oregon in 1842, according
Mr and Mrs Clarence Gassaway
USO, always a lively period, was
7:30- Evening Service
to the secretary of state. Pede«t-' CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN
and W. L Moore were business
Wed., 7:30- Midweek meeting.
rian deaths dropped from 109 in1
Iowa and Mountain Streets
new furniture was in davenports, visitors at Medford last Thursday.
1941 to 66 in 1942, a reduction of
Ward E. Pratt, Minister
chairs, lamps, end tables,
TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCM
Ast. land and Medford
FRIENDS AND RELATIVES
Rev. A. N. MacDonnell, Vicar
10:00 a. m. -Church School.
As winner of the National Safe
luxury and comfort drew numer AT INDUCTION SERVICES
Theme: “Christianity (Drossing
ty Council'« award for the west
Friends and relatives of Oregon
expressions of admiration
9:30- Church School
ern division, Oregon will receive a Racial Lines"
inducted into the army have
ll:00:Service and Sermon
ll;00- Worship Service
plaque to be displayed in the state
Topic: "Global Gospel" Offering i Wednesday. 9:30:Holy Commu- to 8ee and us® the new furnishings, been invfted to be present at the
capitol building along with other
Outstanding in Saturday eve impressive induction ceremonies
traffic safety trophies won during for the world-wide program of the nion
ning’s entertainment was a pro- which conclude the day-long pro
church. Let the Church in time of
war nourish a morale not stimu FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST gram by the Ashland High School cess of selection for service.
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The invitation is extended by
sextet, composed of Mouryne Bur-
Air Cadet LeRoy Lindner visited lated by hatred of enemies, but by
J. J. Fulmer, commanding
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R L. vision of brotherhood all over the Pioneer
Sunday morning service at 11 Marilee Erwin, Marilyn Young, officer of the Oregon recruiting
earth through Jesus Christ, sub
Lindner last week.
Hee us now for Automobile ordinating selfish interest to the o'clock. The subject will be on Sue Parkinson They sang: "The and induction district
In order to properly honor these
welfare of our world community. "Mortals and Immortals ’* Sunday Sunshine of your Smile”, "A
Sunday evening service at Ray 8chool at 9:46 a.m. Wednesday Wish", "Alphabet," and "In These men who are forsaking civilian
Mrs. M. T. Bum»—oil the Plaza.
pursuits to fight for their country.
Pence home In Medford. Theme: ( evening meeting, which includes , Delightful Pleasant Groves."
Colonel Fulmer has arranged cere
testimonies of Christian Science - ----- -
“My Job and my Home.'
0. P TALENT
monies which include farewell
Young People's Night in Ash healing, is held at 8 o'clock.
talks to the inductees by civic and
Reading Room open daily from
land at the Lithia Park or in the
business leaders of Oregon.
2 to 9 p. m. except Sundays and
Are Invited to Be Guests of the Church in case of rain.
These swearing-in rites are held
Holidays. The public is cordially
SOUTHERN OREGON MINER
the auditorium of the spacious
seven-story building at 614 S W.
and to use the Reading Room.
Sixth and C Streets
at the VARSITY THEATRE
Eleventh avenue in Portland, a
Rev. W. J. Meagher, Pastor.
(Friday and Saturday)
s:ructure which is now the joint
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
Phone Medford 3208.
Induction headquarters for all the
East Main St. at Seventh
Mass Sunday morning ait 9 o'clock,
Charles E. Brown, Pastor
Sunday School after Mass con
FLYING NURSE.—Lieut. Leer.
Colonel Fulmer extended this
Sunday School, 9:46 a. m.
ducted by the ladies of the church
Stroup, former Cleveland
invitation, he stated, so that Ore-
Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m.
(Sunday, Monday, Tuesday)
i gon citizens might be present
Young People's and Junior
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
ing the only woman instructor at
Corner No. Main and Laurel Sts. Missionary Society at 6:30 p. m
take the all-impor ant step which the U. 8. Army*« air evacuation
Evangelistic Service, 7:30 p. m.
Dr. George W. Druse, Minister
Please call at the Miner Offict
marks the transition from clviian school for nursea at Bowman
9:45- Sunday Church School.
for Your Guest Tickets
| Field. Ig.
11:00- Morning Worship.
OREGON WINS IN