Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, March 07, 1934, Page 3, Image 3

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    MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE fEDFORD, OREGON, WEDNESDAY. MARCII 7. 1934.
PACE TTTR.K1!;
IAL
FOR COUNCILIN
In the Interest! of the gift to the
Med ford city park planned by Mrs.
C. W. Palm. H. O. Frohbach appeared
before the city council tn session
last night. 'He stated that Vie plan
does not provide for a monument
to the late Mr. Palm, but for a fount
ain, pool and other statuary work,
given as a tribute from the Palms to
the people of Medford.
He stated that he believed the pro
tests to the plan, made by local
clubs and Individuals, were made be
cause of a misunderstanding on the
part of the people.
No further protests were filed at
last nlgM's meeting, but objections
were voiced prior to the meeting by
an Individual who maintained that
the establishment of the memorial
would set a precedent which would
cauM the city considerable trouble
In the future.
Objections filed by women of the
city Monday were based upon plans
to remove the present fountain, do
nated by subscriptions from early set
tlers. Considerable disapproval of the
plan has also been based upon In
tentions to remove Vie horseshoe
pitching courts from the city park.
BIG VAST SUM FOR
OF
. SAim. Ore.. March 7. (UP) The
'tat of Oregon would receive S23.
976.704 If the olller' bonds, or- ad
Justed compensation, were paid In
full, according to figures prepared-by
lobbyist for the war veterans In
Washington. D. C.
The bonus bill Is now under dis
cussion before congress, with pros
pects of being vetoed by the Presi
dent If passed.
. Payments by counties, as figured,
would be: Baker. $4403.603: Benton.
(396.809: Clackamas. (1.113,0078: Clat
sop. (508.877; Columbia, (483,933:
Coos. 1683.505: Crook, (80.634: Curry.
(78.461: Deschutes, (355.303; Douglas,
(529.136; ailHam. (83.530; Grant.
(143.904: Harney. (142.613: Hood Riv
er. (215.316: Jackson, (792,994; Jef
ferson, (55.19: Josephine, (276.986:
Klamath, (780.684: Lake, (116.426:
Lane. (1.312.736: Lincoln. (238.563;
Linn, (595.023: Malheur. (271.470: Ma
rlon, (1.458,432: Morrow, (119.028:
Multnomah, $8,148,225: Polk, (406.
109; 8herman, $71,740; Tillamook.
$284,840; Umatilla, (587,771; Union,
(421,382; Wallowa, $186,239; Wasco.
(304.642; Washington, (729,324:
Wheeler, (67,427; Yamhill, (530,847.
BACK SALES TAX
Resolution, endorsing the sales tax,
was passed last night by the Busi
ness and Professional Women's club
in regular meeting at the city hall,
following the potluck dinner.
It reads:
"Whereas, there la such evident
financial distress in our schools that
It necessitates a, restriction In the
term and creates a difficulty In con
tinuing; and
"Whereas, the property tax of Ore
gon on our farms and homes haa be
come so excessive that It practically
means confiscation unless -some re
lief is given; therefore, be It
"Resolved, that this organization
unanimously endorse the sales tax as
passed by the special session of the
legislature. Signed:
"Medford Business and Profes
sional Women's Club.
"President, Clarice R. Spuhn."
Plans for the first dance of a se
ries this season were completed last
night by members of the Active club,
who will entertain at St. Mark's Guild
hall Saturday night for their ladles
and other invited guests.
Invitations have been' Issued for
the dance and a festive evening la
anticipated.
A new entertainment committee
for the next month was announced
last night to include: Chaa. Pritch-
ett. Darell Huson and Wilbert Crum
Guests for the evening were Merle
Oeden. Elbert Coleman and Harold
Woods.
Lat night the first of a series of
classes on first aid, being conducted
for CWA foreman, was held at the
local armory with State Police Offi
cer W. H. Ellenburg In charge.
The first aid Instruction will be
given for the foremen on Tuesday
and Friday evenings from 7 to 8:30
o'clock over a period" of three weeks.
. In kepln with the times Druja
and Toiletries at Cut Prices at JAR
MIN'fl DR170 STORE.
Society and Clubs
Edited by Em Nealon Hamilton
Gore Pupils In
Interesting Recital.
Monday evening a studio recital
was given by Mrs. E. E. Qore, piano
teacher, at her home, 116 Geneva
avenue. The pieces given by the
younger children were arranged from
their study material to form small
suites of related, but contrasting
numbers with emphasis placed on
beauty of touch and musical under
standing. The program as arranged
Included :
"Goodnight Comrades" .........
"Matinee at the Zoo"
"I Skipped"
Helen Cox.
"Lullaby"
"Pretzel Band" ........
Eva Taylor.
"Fairyland Music"
'Czardas''
Jimmy Woodill.
"Musette" ..
"Echoes of the Canyon" .
Charlotte Older.
"Drifting"
"Rabbit Revels'
"The Harp" .
Peggy Dean.
"Two Polk Songs"
"Playtime"
. Bach
Betty Frey.
Gavotte" ..
Solfeggletto Bach
Waltz 1 Grlcg
Doris Lee Anderson.
"The Swallow" Burgmuller
"Naughty Boy" ::. Enna
Jack Littrell.
"Romance" v Rathbun
Nellie Nipper.
"Folksong" .: Volkman
'Barcarolle" Rles
WUma Nipper.
'Chauson Trieste" Tschaikowski
Tango Mowrey
Dorr Barrett.
'Mazurka" (Satanella) Schmedler
Jean Pease.
Etude, Remembrance Heller
Joyce Banish.
Witches Dance"
"March Wind" McDowell
Dorothy Gore.
Russell Jordan
Honored at Party.
Russell Jordan, son of Mr. E. E. ;
Jordan, was given a surprise party
In honor of his birthday last even- ,
Ing at his home, 515 West Second
street. j
There were several tables of bridge
In play and Miss Jeanette Trill held
high score. Prize for second hign
score was awarded David Moore and ,
the low scoring prize went to Jean
Nagel. I
Refreshments were served at a late ,
hour. Present were: Misses Gladys
Jordan, Ruth Leclerc, Jeanette Trill.
Ruth Tye. Jean Nacel and Messrs
David Moore, Richard Tllley. Joe Dal- :
lalre. Welter Atkins. Burr Tye nnri
the honor guest. Russell Jordan.
Williams Home Scene
Of Pleasant Party.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Williams en-
tertalned a number of friends Tues- j
day evening at their home on .Gen- '
essee street In celebration of the
birthday anniversary of Mrs. Williams. 1
Bridge was played during the evening
and was followed by refreshments.
Present were Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Lawton. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Dailey. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cooksey, Mr. and .
Mrs. M. M. Morris, Miss Margaret
Hensley, Miss Edith Benjamin. Ernest j
Rostel and Dr. Johnson and the
hosts.
T-eRree of Honor
Juveniles Meet.
Degree of Honor Juveniles met Sat,
urday at the city hall with a good
attendance. The new president,
Catherine Campbell, presided and the
ritualistic work was exemplified. Three .
new members were taken in to the
Organization. They were Jean Matt- ,
son. Edyt-h Brook and Gladys Allen. ;
Ernest Smith, pianist, was .warded j
the yellow stripe, denoting captain.
and Rob Roy Camerol Is also receiv
ing his reward as captain.
Birthdays were observed by Cath
erine Warner and Jean Goldsmith. A
lovely birthday cake was presented
by Carrie Belle Ranney. Refresh
ments were served with Catherine
Campbell and Miss Kempke In charge.
Games were also enjoyed by the
group.
P. E. 0 to Meet .
With Mrs. Moffntr.
Mrs. John Moffatt will be hostess
tomorrow to members of Chapter AA,
P. E. O. She will be assisted In en
tertaining by Mrs. P. Wilson Wait.
Post Pelphlang
Meet Tomorrow
The Post Delphlans will meet to
morrow morning at the city library
for the regular chapter session and a
large attendance Is anticipated.
VoorlilPM-Danenhower
Engagement Announced
Telegrams have been received here
by Mr. and Mrs. James H. Owen and
Colonel and Mrs. Gordon Voorhles.
announcing the engagement of Mtu
Doris Denenhower to Charles Voor
hles. The wedding will be held next
Monday. March 12, at the Episcopal
church In Coronado.
Miss Danenhower, who arrived with
her parents in Portland from Paris.
Prance, In January. Is the daughter
of Lieutenant-Commander Slojin Den
enhower, U. S. N.. retired, and Mrs.
Danenhower. She is the grand
danughter of Mrs. Owen of this city,
with whom the Danenhowers visited
for some time durtn.? the early spring,
before continuing south.
Mr. Voorhles is the son of Colonel
and Mrs. Voorhles of Medlord.
Auxiliary Plans
Saturday Food Sale
The American Legion Auxiliary will
sponsor a food sale this coming Sat
urday, it was announced today. It
will be held at the Reliable Grocery
store and all members wishing further
Information regarding the affair, are
asked to call Mrs. Cole Holmes or Mrs.
Walter Olmscheid.
Postpones Meeting.
Announcement has been made that
the Just Folks circle has postponed
Its meeting from March 8 to March
13. The gathering will be held on
that date at the home of Mrs, Marc
B. Jarmln.
Lutheron Aid Society
Meets Thursday. ,
Mrs. Fred Wolf of Central Point
will be hostess Thursday afternoon
at 2:30 o'clock to the Lutheran Ladles'
Aid. at the church parlors. A good
attendance Is urged.
Building Bridge Dub
Meets With Mrs. Lewis.
Mrs. R. L. Lewis will be hostess
tomorrow at her home, 612 Catherine
street, to members of the Building
Bridge club for regular session.
rireutfr Medfitrd Tluh ecn ana
ii'i ittiimu Sf.Jnn Graves.
A number of important matters
were voted oh Monday at the meeting
of the Greater Medford club in the
city hall club rooms, Mrs. G. R. Satch
well, president, presiding.
Mrs. L. Pennington was asked to
receive orders for renting of the club
rooms, so anyone wishing to use the
rooms in the city hall is asked to
call her or Mrs. Satchwell.
Altar Society Completes
Plans for It u in mage Sale
St. Ann's Altar Society, In meeting
yesterday, completed plans for the
rummage sale to be held Friday and
Saturday at 125 West Main street.
Plans were also made for the an
nual Easter Sunday breakfast, to be
held at parish hall, and the annual
after Easter luncheon, which will be
held the following Wednesday.
Miss Rinabarger
Presents Feature Dance.
Miss Frankle Rinabarger, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rinabarger.
entertained with a feature dance at
the party Monday evening of the vol
unteer firemen for which Roy Elliott
was host. Piano accompaniment was
played by Mrs. Walter Antle.
Mrs. Stewart, Hostess
To Past Noble (i rands
Mrs. Carl Stewart will entertain the
Pas Noble Grands club Thursday even
ing. March 8. at her home. In celebra
tion of the club's anniversary.
Anyone in need of transportation
for the affair Is asked to call 007.
Mrs. Hayes Leaves
r'or Chicago
Mrs. James C. Hayes left last even
ing by train en route to Chicago to
Join Dr. Hayes, who has been on an
extended trip in the east, where he
has been studying and doing re
search work.
Mrs. Frame Hostess
At Phoenix Home Today.
Mrs. Joe Frame of Phoenix is enter
taining this afternoon with a party,
following luncheon, to which a num
ber of her Medford friends were in
vited. Ciuetzlaffs Entertain
Friends At Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Guetzlaff en
tertained at Sunday dinner at their j
country Some. The guest list ln-
1 eluded from Medford, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. A.
JUDGE DAY IDE ILL
BY
County Judge Earl B. Day la con
fined with a slight illness, due to
v- j feverish condition brought about by
overwork, Dr. R. W. Sleeter, his phy
sician, said this morning. Dr. Sleeter
said Judge Day's condition was not
serious, but that the official was in
need of a few days' rest. He was re
moved to the hospital lste yesterday,
and spent a restful night, the phy
sician said.
Judge Day, since his assumption of
the county judgeship last August, has
1 applied himself vigorously to the
work at hand. The close application
was contributory In bringing about
the present condition.
Oregon Weather
Fair tonight and Thursday: frost
west and freezing temperature east
portion tonight; gentle changeable
wind offshore,
BEND, Ore.. March 7 "(API L. D.
Wiest, 75, known as the dean of cen
tral Oregon lrrlgatlontsta, and the
man who surveyed the townsite of
Bend, died at his home here Tuesday.
SHORTER
COLDSg
PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS
S3&
-rA'fWTrr.s;riisii.y
THE MARCH
TO THE MONARCH
IS ON!
(
You'll make no mistake by
headin' for the store where
will be found .
EVERYTHING
FOR YOUR GARDEN
BUT THE RAIN
Where quality and price dis
tinguish a superior seed ser-vice.
Bliss Triumph Potatoes, cwt.. .$2.50
Kanota Oats, cwt .$1.50
Grimm Alfalfa, lb. . . . 24c
Kentucky Blue Grass, lb 35c
Common Alfalfa, lb.. ... . 10c to 15c
THE LARGEST SEED STOCK TO' SELECT FROM
Airuifu
Innrulnnt '
III Stork Now!
MONARCH
SEED & FEED CO.
Cor. 6th and llartlrtt
rrrtlllzrr
or All
Kinds
SKVERIN snd MI I.TNOMAH
BATTKRIFS ARE ORE. MADE
Generator A Armature Itching,
Etpert Rewinding
Sevcrin Battery Service
1.-.3J Nn. Rlrerlde. "hone 390
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I SMOKE PLENTY OF CAMELS...
MORNING, NOON, AND NIGHT.
SO I THINK I'M QUALIFIED TO
SAY THIS THEY NEVER
JANGLE THE NERVES.
The J. C. Penney Company Present Their
FCPLOES IF ns33
A gradual accumulation of merchandise that didn't sell . . . (Why, heaven only knows) . . . but
with such an all-star cast of values that you'll applaud with every dime you can get together.
We feature those two famous artists Frank and Earnost. We will play the dual role by being
brutally frank and decidedly earnest. We are going to ring down the curtain on these all-star
numbers. We're headed for the laBt Round-Up. We trust that you will sing the praises of
these wonderful values accompanied by the music of the cash register, What a symphony!
Don't expect encores, for when the last number is gone, let us quote Ethel Barry more, "That's
all there is, there isn't any-more." Be here when the curtain rises.
8:30 A. M. TOMORROW!
It Ain't A Gonna Rain No More
Oh yeah? Well, we've lived In Oregon plenty long and know
these raincoats will come In handy. It breaks our hearts to
aay "Good-bye" but only ten coats remain and if you get
here too late, what can we say after we've aald we're sorry.
Two groups
$ES0 $2)00
That Song of Songs
We atng the swan song to five suits of clothes. We wanna get
gr4frld of two 37's and two SB's and one 30. Alterations or ex
changes? We should hope not. We want to get rid of the dam
things, that's why we priced them, only
$U(Q)
Sister Can You Spare A Dime?
You can break Into print with thene beautiful fast color
percales, and have plenty of patterns to select from. Not a
thing In the world wrong with m, except we have so many
1634 patterns that we need the room. Believe It or not the
price Is
110
YD.
Out Where the West Begins .
Men during these tlack time pUy golt tn SLACKS. Sound!
like Just another wine crack, but having a atock of golt panta
on hand la a aerloua thing. The demand (or golt panta la
about aa atrong now aa the dealra (or atraw hata on the Byrd
Polar Expedition. They are lower priced than overall here now.
Two group (about 80 pairs.)
$E $2
Imagine Our Embarrassment
when we (ound we only had eight winter coata to offer you.
but we are lookln' forward to aummer and the Diamond
Jubilee, io In the clty-wlde clean-up theae coata gotta, go.
The alzca are aa badly broken aa New Year resolutions, but
If you're lucky enuf to find your size, It's Just like stealing It at
Can You Tie This One?
Wa hare a group of tlea and straps tn women's arch support
footwear. Not all bIms, but we are going to give you a break
and If you can find your alr you'll do both of ua a favor by
getting In on thla isl buy. We call 'em BARGAINS, the maker
calU 'em DISCONTINUED.
$2
Annie Doesn't Live Here Anymore
But If she did, she would certainly forget the breakfast dish
es and scram down to PFNNEY'S tomorrow morning for a
bedspread at a paltry fraction of what they ought to be. This
U a Colonial type, which may not mean much to you, but
they have been a headache to us, at that It Is a cilme to let
them go for
Way Down Upon the Swanee River
the children go barefoot most of the year, btit with thla clean
up of children shoes, straps, oxfords Medford children dont
ned to do so. Certainly the sizes are broken and they range
from air six to two. You can't go wrong, they're all leather
and a heap of value at
J. C. PENNEY COMPANY