Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, March 14, 1934, Page 3, Image 3

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$126,993 IA)(
The California Oregon Power com
pany paid to the tax collection de
partment of the sheriff's office. Its
first quarter of taxes for this county.
The tota tax against the utility 1a
9126.903.83 the largest In the coun
ty. The amount does not include
state and federal taxes.
The Jackson county payment In
cludes state, county, city and school
taxes. Payments will alBO be made
today in Josephine and Klamath
Tax collections yesterday amounted
to approximately $23,000 the largest
day In several years. Scores of Jack
son county taxpayers are benefitting
by the interest rebates offered under
the new tax laws.
Pinal date for payment of taxes
under the rebate plan is tomorrow. A
large group of citizens were In the
tax department all morning making
remittances. Tomorrow Is also sched
uled to be a heavy day. Tax pay
ments by mall are also large.
Mrs. Dunbar To
Address Health
Assn. Meeting
A 100 per cent membership atten
dance is anticipated at the bi-monthly
meeting of the Jackson County
Health association at the Woman's
club in Ashland Tuesday. March 20.
due to the fact that Mrs. Sadie Orr
Dunbar, president of the Oregon
State Tuberculosis association, Is to
bo the principal speaker,
A covered dish luncheon will be
served at 12:30 o'clock.
All members of the association, who
heard Mrs. Dunbar speak at the meet
ing at Miss Carlton's home last
spring, are anxious to hear her again.
This time she will talk on "The Child
and the community." Anyone inter
ested Is Invited to the meeting.
Phoenix Notice
Dr. Dwlght Flndley, 317 Medforld
Center Bldg. will hold office hours in
Phoenix at the following hours:
Monday evening, 7-9.
Tuesday morning, 10-12.
Wednesday afternoons, 2-4.
Thursday mornings. 10-12.
Friday evenings, 7-9,
Saturday afternoons, 2-4.
Phoenix phone, 6-F-4; Medford
phone, 109. Please make appointments
by calling 109.
Colds That Hang On
Don't let them get a strangle hold.
Fight germs quickly. Creomulslon
combines 7 major helps in one. Pow
erful but harmless. Pleasant to take.
No narcotics. Your own druggist Is
authorized to refund your money on
the spot if your cough or cold Is not
relieved by creomuision. (adv.)
Exciting New Easter Apparel
Selected by Adrlciine in San Fran
cisco. Print Dresses
Fresh Spring shades In lovely
prints. Special 1
Swagger Suits
Another shipment of Swagger
Suits In new colors.
$15, $19.75 and up
Separate Coats
The smart new length Sport Coats.
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Society and Clubs
Edited hy Eva Nealon Hamilton
Charles Voorhles and
Bride on Honeymoon North
An interesting news note from the
south was received by Associated Press
today, telling of the noneymoon plans
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Voorhies. It
CORONADO. Cal.. March 14. (P)
The honeymoon trail today led Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Voorhles northward
to Medford by a leisurely motor route.
They were married here Monday at an
Impressive high noon ceremony at
Christ churcn. and will make their
home in Medford.
Voorhles. an artist. Is a son of
Colonel Gordon Voorhies, U. S. A. re
tired, and Mrs. Voorhies of Medford.
The bride was the former Doris Dan-
enhower, daughter of Captain and
Mrs. Sloan Dananhower who came
here a few weeks ago after spending
three years in Paris. The couple met
when the bride was on a recent trip
to Oregon, visiting her grandmother.
Mrs. James H. Owen of Medford.
Mrs, Voorhies was prominent in
sub-deb circles In the east, was gradu
ated from Miss Master's school at
Dobbs Ferry, and made her debut in
Rye, N. Y. She completed her educa
tion at Versailles.
Captain panenhower was command
er of the Submarine Nautilus which
took Sir Hubert Wllklns to the North
Pole in 1931.
Mrs. Gordon Voorhles and Mrs.
Sprague Rlegel, mother and sister of
the groom, who attended the wedding
in noronado. had not returned to
Medford this afternoon.
Maroney's Visit
Relatives Here.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Maroney of
Fargo, North Dakota, were guests
during the past week of Mr. and Mrs.
James Beaton. 716 Grant avenue. Mrs.
Mnroney Is a sister of Mrs. Beaton.
Durlne the month of February Mr.
and Mrs. Maroney vlsfted with their
son-in-law and daughter. Dr. and Mrs.
E. R. Lvnam of Puyallup, Wash.
From Medford they went on to
Berkeley, Calif., to spend some time
with their son. Dr. Wm. Maroney,
who Is' assistant in the department
of chemistry at the state university
at Berkeley.
Special Meeting of
Auxiliary Ts Called
Colonel Sargent Auxiliary No. 13
will hold a special meeting on Fri
day, March 16, in honor of the de-J
partment president, Elizabeth Reed,1
who will visit here at that time.
A large crowd is expected from
Roseburg and Grants Pass. The bus
iness meeting will be preceded by a
chicken dinner rft 6:30 o'clock.
All members of the camp are urged
to be present.
Mistletoe Club
Meets Tomorrow
The Mistletoe club will weet to
morrow afternoon for I o'clock cov
ered dish luncheon at .the K. P. hall.
Cards will be played following the
luncheon and there will be other
entertainment for those who do not
enjoy cards.
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Wedding Announced '
Announcements have been received
here of the wedding of Miss Martha
Baucom and Willard Ericson, an event
of last Friday at Aloha, Oregon, where
the couple will reside.
Mrs. Ericson is a sister of the late
Lieut. B. M. Baucom and has many
friends in this city. '
Illustrated Bible
Stories Promised
Tho first of' a six weeks' course of
stories will be given this evening at
7 o'clock In the Baptist church by
Miss Bailey. These stories will be
In preparation of the Easter lesson
and promise to be Interesting to
children and adults. An invitation
is extended the public.
Redman Hall to Be
Scene of Party
Friday night, March 16, at the
Redman hall the Wenonah club will
sponsor another one in a series of
public card parties. Bridge, rive Hun
dred and pinochle will be played. An
invitation is extended all persons In
terested In an evening at cards.
Rulldlnp Bridge Club
To Dine Tomorrow
Mrs. J. C. Murray and Mrs. A. V.
Graves will be hostesses tc the Build
ing Bridge club tomonow afternoon
at 1 o'clock luncheon at the Murray
home. Contract and auction bridge
will be played.
Wenonah Club Plans
Thursday Card Party
On Thursday afternoon, March 15,
the regular social card party of the
Wenonah club will be held at the
.home of Esther Dooms, 409 Columbus
Bi ncvtK UPSET
Mrs. Warnock Sings
At Ash land Meeting
The report ol this week's meeting
of the Ashland Study club, carried
In thn A.thlnnri TirilrtM Inelitri th
following report of two Medford con-!
trlbutors to te program: I
"A special feature of the program
was wie singing oi a group Ol songs
by Mrs. A. W. Warnock of Medford,
accompanied by Mrs. Rawles Moore.
Mrs. Warnock's selections were: "Gol
den Crown." by Gantvoort and
Graves; "The Moon at the Full," by
Tayior and Ronald; "Shoes," by Kath
leen L, Manning, and two songs, "My
Lady Walks In Loveliness" and
"Clouds," by Ernest Charles.
D. A. R. Luncheon
Manned for Saturday.
The Daughters of the American
Revolution will meet at the city hall
club rooms Saturday for covered dish
luncheon and an interesting after
noon's program. ' Hostesses for the
occasion are Mesdames Dixon. Hard
ing, Marsh and K. Smith.
Members are asked to please -bring
their own table service. During the
afternoon Miss Jane Snedicor, who
will have the organization's scrap
book on display, will give an inter
esting talk on Its contents.
WedrlliiR In SoutiT
Of Interest Here.
Of Interest to many folk In the
valley is announcement of the mar
riage of Miss Helen Doris Madden,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Mad
den of Ashland to George F. Relgel of
Hilt, Cal. The wedding was an event
of late Sunday afternoon in the
Methodist parsonage, the Rev. Sydney
Hall officiating.
Special .Meeting"
Job's Daughters Called
A special meeting of Job's Daugh
ters has been called for Friday eve
ning of this week. The grand guar
dian, Mrs. Inez Greenleaf, will be here
from Portland for the occasion. All
Job's Daughters- are urged to attend
the meeting and an Invitation is ex
tended all members of the Eastern
Star and Masons.
Dcgre of Honor
To Meet Thiisrday
The Degree of Honor will meet
Thursday evening In the club rooms
In the city hall. Pot-luck dinner
will be presented. All members are
urged to be present.
Robert Ray of the Applegate district
was fined $10 and costs by Justice of
the Peace W. R. Coleman, on a piea
of guilty to being drunk and asleep
on the Med ford -Provolt road.
Richard Scoggin and orl Kennedy
charged with vagrancy were dismissed
by the court, on the grounds of in
sufficiency of evidence.
Frank W. Tracy, charged with op'
eratlng a truck without a PUC license
plate was given until today to enter
a plea.
A circuit court Jury, H. D. Brop'ily,
foreman, last night returned a verdict
in favor of R. L. Putnam for $1,043.12,
in his suit against Avergis Bros, saw
mill operators of the Slsklyous moun
tains. Putnam asked for approximately
$8000. The suit was based upon al
leged failure to fulfill a contract for
furnishing of logs to the Avergis
Brothers mill, 1931. The case lasted
two days. Putnam was represented hy
Attorney M. O. Wilkins. the defense
by Attorneys Van Dyke and Briggs of
Ashland. t
Evangelists At
4'Square Church
The Dahltn Evangelistic party will
hold services at the "Church of the
Foursquare Gospel," corner 4th and
Bartlett streets, tonight At 7 :30
o'clock, with special numbers In son
and on musical Instruments.
"The same powerful gospel as the
early courageoxis men of the first
century preached and practiced is
what tho world needs today," says
Evangelist Dahlln.
"Come and bring someone with you,
all are welcome."
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To co-operate with the state-wide
Pay Taxes Promptly'1 movement, the
Pacific Telephone and Telegraph com
pany and the Home' Telephone and
Telegraph company of southern Ore
gon today paid all of their real and j
personal property taxes for 1933 In
Jackson county. After deducting the
discount for prompt payment, the Pa
cific company tax was $16,144.17: the
Home company tax was $14,725.73.
Total real and personal property
taxes being paid by the Pacific com
pany throughout the state of Ore
gon amount to 9791,238 98, according
to R. B. Hammond, manager of the
Home Telephone and Telegraph com
pany of Southern Oregon.
The discount for prompt payment
amounts to three per cent: however.
this does not represent the actual
savings to the companies, because
paying their taxes in advance forces
them to borrow the necessary money
at the prevailing rate of interest. This
Is due to payroll requirements, tax
payments elsewhere and other cur
rent expenditures. The interest re
quirement on the money borrowed
to pay taxes in advance will reduce
the actual savings to a little more
than one-half of one per cent.
When other taxes federal, fran
chise and miscellaneous are in
cluded, the 1933 tax bill for the Pa
cific company totals $1,065,000. This
amounts to $9.49 per telephone, it
was pointed out. based on the average
number of Pacific company telephones
In service In 1933.
Leith Abbott, representative of the
Southern Pacific, was the main speak
er last evening at the meeting of the
Active club at the Hotel Medford and
gave an interesting review of a recent
trip to Mexico, including a vivid de
scription of a bull fight witnessed.
Kenneth Denman, secretary of the
club, described a recent visit with
Chuck Matin of the Tacoma club and
editor of the Activlan official publi
cation of the" club. He stated that the
Tacoma Activlans are anxious to come
to Medford for the 1935 convention
and that Medford will be given ample
publicity in an early issue of the Ac
tivlan. Hildlng Bengtson, chairman of the
dance committee, reported that the
party last Saturday night was a suc
cess from both the financial and o
cial viewpoints and that other dances
would be sponsored by the club in
the future. Bill Heath was guest at
last night's meeting.
Camera Club Will
See Bird Pictures
Taken By Driver
On account of the general Interest
in the fascinating motion pictures ol
birds taken on his bird refuge, to be
shown by E. Paymond Driver, the
court house auditorium has been se
cured for the March meeting of the
Camera club tomorrow evening at
7:30 o'clock.
Photographs showing wild life and
forest growth will be contributed by
Horace Brcmley.
Various net ups and devices for the
use of the camera In nature study
will be demonstrated by Thomas Rad-
The meeting is without charge and
open to all.
Coffee .
with a SAVING on every cup!
Um m-m! AIRWAYCoflcel What a tclislying flavor a
flavor that only a pure Brazilian blend can give. It has
"that something" which has boosted it to unquestioned leader
ship in sales of all package coffees throughout the entire West.
Besides having flavor, full-bodied strength and freshneu, this
coffee is most economical. Its LOW PRICE, however, does
not mean weak coffee. Indeed not, for there rre just as many
cups of good, rich coffee to the pound as in the most expensive
coffees money can buy. That means a saving on every cupl
(Couiuiurd iiixn page one)
Congressional bigwigs iak it for
granted that Mr. Roosevelt is going
to let this session of congress string
out Into the summer. They say he
would not be taking his forthcoming
Florida trip if ho had any hope for
early adjournment.
The administrations money policy
opponent, Professor Sprague, Is pro
fessorlng to packed classes at Har
vard. So many students hear him
that he Is holding classes five days
a. week instead of one.
Agriculture Secretary Wallace work
ed a shrewd game on tho meat pack
ers. He threatened prosecution for
violation of the packers' and stock
yards' act. which brought the mas
ter butchers hurrying in with their
Medford Junior high school debate
team met the Talent senior high
school debate team in two debates
Friday. One debate wos held In the
Medford Junior high auditorium. The
negative at this debate was upheld
by the Talent team. Emerlck Jones
and Catharyn Doyle, who were ac
companied by the Talent coach. Miss
McLarnan. The local af'irmatlv?
team consisted of Billy Wilson and
Shirley Tuttle. Judge for the debate
was the Rev. Wm. J. Howell of Med
ford. and the decision was for the af
The other debate was held in the
Talent high school. The Talent team.
Clarence Smith and Irene Alcott, up
held the affirmative; while the Med
ford team. Virginia Hammond and
Richard Thierolf. took the negative
side. Mrs. Guy Young, the Medford
debate coach, accompanied the nega
tive team to Talent. The Judge. R
Reedy, a teacher In the Ashland high
school, awarded the decision to the
No blame was placed upon ny in
dividual In the case of death of
Charles T. Holloway, local painter,
found dead last Sunday from hang
ing, w.hen the corner's Jury returned
a verdict yesterday afternoon.
Witnesses called were F. A. Greaser,
a neighbor, W. L, Childress, son-in-law
of the deceased; C. R. Reynolds,
state police officer, Joe Folsom and
Dr. C. I. Drummond.
The evidence showed that the case
was definitely ono of suicide, the
Jury found. Serving on the Jury
were: L. P. Boomer, Harry pill, Jas.
Dally, William Gilbert, V. J. Emerlck
and Wm, B. Johnston, Jr.
If you have not already made An
inventory of your business and will
soon, remember the Commerclni
Printing Department of the Mail
Tribune. 28-30 No. Grape, carry ' In
ventory blanks. Phone 75 and we will
deliver the blanka to your place of
Try it ! Thrill to the enticing fla
vor of this oure Brazilian blend.
Buy Airway at all
Safeway and Pan Takit
v j vz. i fini
An order was issued in circuit court
yesterday for the payment of the sec
ond 10 per cent dividend in the
liquidation of the State Bank of Cen-
trat Point. The application was filed
by the state bank superintendent.
The dividend covwrs all deposit
claims of the commercial department
of the bank. The dividend amount
totals $3,110.29, and is distributed
proportionately among the depositors,
Hie largest allotment is to W. M
Folley, RFD 1, Central Point, for
$200.32. The smallest amount ts 33
cents to the Women's Missionary so
ciety of Central Point. The Wiilow
Springs Thursday club receives SO
cents in the liquidation.
In the year, from Marcn I, 1933 bo
March 1. 1934, 404 prisoners were ad
mitted to the county Jail. The pro
cession ate 20.582 meals, at a cost of
$2,607.78, an average of 13 cents per
meal, according to a resume of the
year's business filed yesterday. There
is an average of 18 prisoners. Elghtesn
are in the bastlle now. The figures
show a decided cut in the cost. For
about a month of the time, the coun
ty Jail had a run of "guest diners,"
Medford School of
Beauty Culture
Announce These Prices Now
Permanent Waves..... $2.50
Finger Waves BO
Shampoo . ..J .25
Hair Cut .25
Marcell .50
Manicure 35
This ichcool will be operated by
licenced operators until Stats
Board Inspects sliop. y
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the low price field 1 J feet, 10 inches long.
And when you remember that the BIG 1934 Terraplane is
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Tune in on the Terraplane and Hudson Program every Saturday
7 p. m., P. 8. T., Red Network, Station KFI ,
who dropped In for meals frequently.
The $20.0607.84 covers the cost of
electricity, food, gas, and the cook's
wages, and meals for the Jailer and
one courthouse Janitor.
The county Jail has been under the
management of Sheriff Walter J. Olm
schetd, who assumed tho office, fol
lowing the ousting by the governor of
Gordon L. Schermerhorn, for malfeas
ance, in connection with Banks-Fehl
turmoil. Fred Kelly, Jailer is In Imme
diate charge.
Of the 404 prisoners received, 28
were women. 24 were under 18 years
og age. 20 were Insane patients and
committed to the state asylum, and
24 were convicted of felonies and sen
tenced to the penitentiary.
Bird Cages. The finest cheap cages
we have ever sold. Assorted colors,
large roomy cages, each $1.40. Med
ford Seed & Feed Co.
Introductory Offer
For a Limited Time
Wear-Ever Combination
14 cup WEAR-EVER Percolator
14 quart WEAR-EVER Windsor Kettle
1 H WEAR-EVER Double Boiler
1 Quart WEAR-EVER Sauce Pan
13 quart WEAR-EVER Sauce Pan
1 WEAR-EVER Biscuit Pan
1 10 inch Cast Aluminum Skillet
$ 1 IB
$2.50 Down
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