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IfEDFOTlD MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OREGOX, FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1931
B
NTYMIEFS
Tolo
Willow Springs
TOLO, March 16. (Spl.) Mr. and j WILLOW BPHINOS, March 16.
Mr. Belmont Pausey, who hav been! (6pl.) Mr. and Mrs. Gene Blackford
vlBltlng at the Wm. Pemngera'. re- have aa house guest their nephew,
turned home Monday to Butte Palls, , Charley. Waterman of Hamilton Field,
Other eue&ts at the Penlnger home 01. Mr. Waterman has been the
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Everett I inspiration for much entertaining
Ruramel and daughters. Beulah and during the past week. Be was the
Shirley, of Medford. Later in the guest Saturday evening of Mr. and
Medford, accompanied by Mr. and j
Mrs. Thomas Henderson, motored to
Olendale Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Blrk- I
Farmers' New Worry '
LETH BRIDGE, AHa. (UP) Farm
ers have been confronted with a new.
hols were guesu that evening of Ro- j worry In this region. Large num- i
land's parent, Mr. and Mra. J. W
Blrkholz.
Mr. and Mrs. gfewton Edwards of
Medford were Sunday supper guests
of Mre. W. K. Parker. Sunday after
noon Mr. end Mrs. Edwards, Mrs
Parker and daughters. Prances and
Wylamae, motored to to Grants Pasa,
where they visited friends and rela
tives and also visited the pansy farm
where blom la already far advanced.
evening Mr. and Mrs. Penlnger, Vlola
bel Morrow and Mr. and Mrs. Pankey
were entertained with an Ice cream
party at Mr. and Mra. Joe Colli oe'.
T. K. Hagen and Jack McCoy left
Sunday for Mr. Hagen's mine on Sil
ver creek in the Aimed a district.
Mm. Thompson of Pine Tree camp,
Alva Peter man of Gold Ray and P.
A. Tracy of Tolo were In Medford
for dental work Monday.
Edith Anderson and Elizabeth Da
vta are suffering severely from at
tacka of poison oak. other children
are poisoned slightly aa a result of
picking flowers In the woods Friday.
Mv D. A, Davis will be hoetesa
at ' home to the Tolo community
club, op March 23 from 2 to 4 o'clock.
Next Tolo community meeting will
be at the school house March 30 at
7:30 p. m. A good program Is be
ing arranged. C. R. Bowman will
apeak on the sales tax. A quilt made
by the Tolo Community club will be
on sale at that time. Everybody la
cordially Invited for an evening's fun
and entertainment.
H, D. Hamor is employed at the
electric power plant here ait extra
man to comply with the NRA code.
Clyde May la expected here today,
having left by stage March 8 to visit
his slater at Tracy, Cal. T. A. Muse
watched after the Dawson sheep dur
ing his absence.
Fred Boeworth and Ralph Buckles
Mrs. John Blackford at the basket
ball tournament In Ashland.
Owners of property adjoining Vie
Pacific highway report that a crew
of men has been employed this week
uprooting and burning bushes and
shrubs which were planted and cared
for by the ownera following a request
for highway beaut if lcatton.
March 8 the Willow -Springs and
Central Point Bible study classes
met with Mrs. Roy Nichols.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Richmond and
grandson, Curtis, spent Tuesday with
Mr. and Mra. Fred Allen, who reside
near Rogue River.
Cleo Young Is putting In a num
ber of p-crei of truck garden near
Willow creek.
Miss Wylamae Parker la employed
In the offices of the Rosenberg Bros.
In Medford.
Miss Lola Blackford entertained
Wednesday with a family dinner in
honor of Charlie Waterman, who Is
a guest at the Gene Blackford home.
Mrs. Thelma Thomas and Mrs. Elsie
P.helps of Foots Creek were guests
at the A. H. Clements home one day
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Elden, Mrs.
W. K. Parker and the Misses Rose
Jones and Frances Parker motored
to Grants Pass March 7 and called
on Mrs. Parker's mother, Mra. H. B.
Alverson.
Mra. George Murrey of Portland
of Central Point visited EdwaYd In- has been a guest the past week of
mann Friday. Rowing, swimming
and fishing were enjoyed. Ralph and
Edward think they are the first to
go swimming in the Rogue this year,
Mr. and Mra. Johnny Bohnert of
Central Point were guests at Che
Tracy-Inmann home Sunday. Misses
Dorothy and Arlene Inman returned
home with them.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Wilson and
daughters, Joyce, fcillle and Norma,
of Gold Rf motored to Ager, Cal.,
and visited over the week end with
Mrs. Wilson's mother and family.
-Mr. and Mrs. John Cathan and
daughter, Joan, have moved beck to
Rogue River.
' Glen Thomas of Applegate CCC
camp visited hla wife and sister, Mrs.
L. A. Davis, over the week end. Other
guests' at the Davis home Sunday
were Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Davis of
Kane Creek.
Mrs. Ike Peterman of Gold Ray
was taktm to the Sacred Heart hos
pital Monday, where ahe underwent
a goiter operation. All hope for her
speedy recovery.
Word was received Monday by Mrs.
Denver Davis of .the marriage of her
ion, Miles Davis, to Miss Lois Muse
of Hot Springs, Ark. The news came
from the Savoy hotel at Toxarkann,.
Toxaa, w).ra the young couple are
apendlng their honeymoon.
Long Mountain
LONG MOUNTAIN, Mlirch 18.
(Spl.) Mr. and Mra. Jack Stowell
and daughters MyrUa and Juna, wera
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mra.
R. A. Botta of Medford. "
Mr. and Mra. Nick Young enter
tained with a dinner Sunday Mr. and
Mra. Ray Harnlah and two daughters.
Mary and Helen; Mr. and Mra. Roy
Smith and daughter, Barbara, Mra.
Lottie Ayrea and Mary Ellen Holman.
Mlaa Oladya LaRant of Loa Angelea.
who haa been apendlng several weeka
at the Jack Btowelt home visiting
frlendr hero, loft Monday morning for
Loa Angelea.
Mr. and Mra. I. R. Kline, Mr. and
Mra. Howard Short, and Mr. and Mra.
J. 0. Spencer, Mr. and Mra. Luther
Hawk of Eagle Point, Mr. and Mra.
Ray Harnlah, Mr. and Mra. W. R.
Holman and daughter, Mary Ellen,
attended Pomona Orange at Central
Point Saturday night:
Mr. and Mra. Elsworth Stowetl and
daughters. Irene, Verta and Bonny
Jean, Delbert Mongold and Mta. Kva
Nlchola ?nd two daughters. Oladya
and Marjorle and Harold Grow of
Eagla Point motored to Holeomb
Sprlnga Sunday.
Marsh Darren turned ut aomo ot
hie cattle Monday.
Mra. O. Lawaon apent Monday
afternoon at Mrs. Alice Nichols'.
Mr. and Mra. Lawrence Lny of Med.
ford were Bunday evening callers at
Mrs. Alice Nlchola'. '
her alater, Mra. Sam Anderson. Mra.
Murrey returned ' Wednesday morning
to the northern city, where ahe op
eratea a beauty ahop.
Rogue River
bera of horses are reported to have
died through eating hay which had I
been saturated with sand ground j
Into sacks by recent wind storms.
ROGUE RIVER March Ifl. (Epl.)
Edward Career, who spent the past j
inree weens visiting Mr. ana Mrs,
Wilson Reed, returned to his home
here Wednesday.
Mrs. Paul Woods Is spending a few
days visiting her pnrents, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Sandry, before Vie leaves
for her new home at Olympla, Wash.
Mr. Wods left some time ago.
Rogue River boys' basketball team
played In the tournament at Ashland
last week and did god work. They
won a cup.
. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Hart, Mrs. Fred
Dengler and Mrs. Richard Scott were
Medford visitors Tuesday. Mr. Hart
was called for the Inquest Into the
accident here Bunday night.
Mr. and Mra. Norton of Portland
were Rogue River visitors Wednes
day. Mr. Herring, who owns mining
property on Pleasant creek, returned
to his home, at Long Beach, Cal.,
Monday,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Combs were
Medford visitors Tuesday. Mr. Combs,
Joe Btulla and Tom Wilson were on
the coroner's Jury In the Roscoe How
ard case,.
Mrs. Al Love, Mrs. Combs and Mrs,
Ai May were ' Grants Pass shoppers
Wednesday afternoon. Others from
hero were Mr. and Mrs. Hart, Mrs.
Dengler and Mrs. Scott and Barbara.
Mr. and Mrs. John Leyen and fam
lly have moved Into the Conlee house
on Pine street. The ranch where
they did live has been sold,
Mrs. George Scott left Tuesday for
Roseburg, where she will stay some
8!
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8
Better tell your wife to have
some Snow Hakes with that
crab salad tonight I Vou know,
those crisp, delicious soda
wafers that are tastily salted.
The most popular soda wafers in
the Wist!
You'll like the true wheat flavor
of Snow Flakes and their oven-'
freshness. You can count on
oven-freshness because of the
double wax wrapping and be
cause there's a Uneeda Bakers
.bakery located nearby.
Now don't forget -Include a
generous thrift package of Snow
Flakes with your next grocery
order!
Clyde Richmond, Jr., has accepted ; tlm to be close to her husband, who
position as foreman of the Ham 11
orchards near Medford and will move
hia family this week.
Mrs. Sam Anderson entertained a
number of ladles of the neighbor
hood Tuesday afternoon In honor of
her sister, Mrs. George Murrey, of
Portland.
Roy Nichols la remodeling his hen
houese and building a new brooder
house. Mr. Nlchola has found chick
en raising profitable and plans to
Increase his flook.
Miss Rose Jones attended a meet
ing of the Be Jolly club Thursday
evening at the Pruitt home on the
Crater La!: highway,
Charlie Waterman of Hamilton
Field, Cel., was the honor guest at,
a dinner given Sunday by Mr. and
Mrs. John Bind; ford at their home
In Central Point. Present were Mr. I
and Mra. Don Brenner, Miss Eliza- j
bet,1, Fleischer, Riley Potter, Mr. and;
Mrs. Gene Blackford and son Lowell,
the honor guest, and host and hos
tess. Sunday dinner guests at the J. W.
Blrkhols home were Mr. and Mrs.
Frertlc 7'hompklns, Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Elden, Miss Rose Jones and Harry
Elden. , i
A number of the young people of 1
this neighborhood attended a birth-1
day party given In honor of Jack
Sanderson on Maroh 13 at his home
near Centrnl Point.
Mr. and Mrs,
is In the hospital there.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Davis and small
son of Wolf creek visited the O'Kelly
home last week one day. Mr. and
Mrs. Davis once operated the Kewple
store here.
Jas. V. McCauley and Mr. and Mrs.
Maralette of Eugene were In Rogue
River Sunday. Mr. McCauley has
mining Interests on Pleasant creek.
Mrs. Mary Hayncs and son, John;
left Saturday for their new home at
Seward, Alaska.
Pears Yesterday
NEW YORK, March 16.(AP) (U.
S, D. A.) Pear auction market: No
carlot arrivals; 1 Oregon car, 1 Wash
ington unloaded; 1 enr on track.
Oregon IVAnJous: 884 boxes fancy,
$3.00-3.30; average, $3.10.
Washington o'aujous: 428 boxes
extra fancy, 93.22-3.30, average 93.25.
Operetta Planned
' For Eagle Point
An operetta, "The Windmills of
Holland,' will be presented at the
Eagle Point Grange hall Friday,
March 30. It will be sponsored by
the girls' and boyt .( clubs of the
high school and supervised by Miss
Roland Blrkhola of Olson, the mus,tc tenc.her.
Don't ask for crackers say
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IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
INNOVATIONS
, SERVICI COMTORT
HOTEL
CLARK
- P.G B KiORWIWp
irTimTi.-m.u.T.v'ti'.ii.ni
l)B. WEST'S
TOOTH
BRUSH
29 c
50o In Cllasa Cast
OVALTINE
69c
1.00 aire
JEROEN'S
LOTION
33c
ZYM0LE
TR0KEYS
19c
3fto ftlte
Tor Husky Throat
mm
icte mi
3
Woodbury's
Almond Roe
LOTION
31c
ZIN0
OINTMENT
14c
(So Tutwa
CREM0
0IOARS
$1.45
LUX
SOAP
6c
FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY
63c
23c
$1.50 Certified Crystals 7QC
Direct from Minerals Well.. Tc xns I w W
te All r (Slomnchle
75c Alka-Rex ronr)
Anllarld, for alrk, unruly stomacln
en Ol 1 .(Condition
oUc oleekene, pomirr)
For all HvrMork, poultry, ftc
10c Allounnca for your old Ryrlnpo or Hot Water
tlottlr. (rffinrdlrAft of oge or condition) on the pur
chase or a new Weurever Hot Wnter llnttle, Nyrlnie
or Comhlmitton nt our already extremely low prices.
Uuhhcr haa never hern prlred so low. nottlea nml
Kjrlnrca, values JI.0O to J'.SO our price 4!o to (U.1JI).
$1.00 Mile'. Nervine (liquid ftnd tablets) 79t
$1,60 Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Oomp. 98c
$1.25 Absorbine Junior
25c Jig Cut Puzzles (800 pieces)
30o Bromo
Thompson's
MALTED MILK
H0e Tina
(Tahle Tenuis
Set Krce!)
39c
10
19
Quinine
35o Bromo-
Salts .. 19
25o Listerine ...,19
25c Resinol
Soap 19
35o Playing Cards (reg. or pinochlo) 25
$1.00 Poker Chips (embossed, noiseless) 4!)
Landers' Nursery Talcum Powder loV
Flashlight Batteries (fresh) 5
Fresh Kodak Films at Cut Prices
10c Domino Matches (carton of 10) 8
GOo Caldwell Syrup of Pepsin iod
BBo Woodbury's face Powder, all Bhadcs
Open Evenings, Sundays and Holidays
gfr
125 E. 6tli Street
ROLL-RITE
TOBACCO
5c
loc Packages
tlR. WEST'S .
TOOTH
PASTE
7c
Large Trial Tube
HINKLE
TABLETS
19c
nnttle of 100
PINE 1KB. &
HONEY .,
Cough Kemedy
29c
6 oza. 50c alie.
SPIRITS
CAMPHOR
19c
I OI. Hot I Ira
PRINCE Al.ni RT
VELVET
lOVfcc
DOMINO
CKIARETTES
91c
CARTON
SOc Leather
Cigarette Case
301
10130
GROCETERIA Super Food MARKETS
DREAD AND CAKES LUCE MOTHER MADE
BROPHY S SPECIALLY GRAIN-FED
Easter Beef To The Cooler Monday
THOSE specially grain fed Herford steers from the Verne Brophy
herd will go into the big cooler Monday. There it will be held
until Saturday before Easter when it will be at its best, firm,
flavory and tender.
Never before to our knowledge has a special effort of this kind been made
to give Southern Oregon the very finest beef possible. Plans for this event
were made early in January systematic feeding was closely observed by
Mr. Brophy, who is mighty proud of his successful conditioning of these
steers. '
While we are quite sure we will have plenty, many have already ordered in
advance. You may order at either market, and nest of all no advance
charge will be made for this special treat.
Bakery Dept.
Finest home style bread the same '
good loaf for 13 years.
l ib. loaf, 3 for 20tf
lV,.lb. loaf ; ..............lOt
St. Patrick Specials
Shamrock Cookies, 2 doz 25
Individual French,Pastries, each 5
' Cakes specially, iced for St.
Patricks Day
25? 49
K A
Fruits & Vegetables
New Asparagus, 2 lbs. 13?
New Peas, 2 lbs. .; ... : 15
New Potatoes, 4 lbs. 250
Large Artichokes, each 5t?
New Bohnert Rhubarb..,.......2 lbs. 15
Fancy loose Carrots, 3 lbs 10
Arizona Grapefruit, large, 5 for....23t
Sunkist Lemons, dozen 19
Golden Rule Sunkist Oranges,
2 dozen , 33
Savings In the Super Food Market
9
Grapenut Flakes
(Scottie spoon free)
Pkg. ...
L. & W. Soda Crack- A g
ers salted or plain, h
2 lb. pkg.
Krause's Marshmallows You
know the A F"
quality I JJC
1 lb. 1
A Dependable Source of Supply
1 Kellogg's Corn Flakes
1 Kellogg's Rice Krispies
1 Kg's. Whole Wheat Biscuit
Florida Grapefruit Silver
Slice, fancy quality,
No. 2 can, nc
2 for
Amaizo Syrup
Golden,' 5 lb. can
S. It W. Coffee $ 1 00
4 lb. can
Ainaizo Crystal
White Syrup
'5 lb. can
27-
Del Monte Coffee
; ortho cut,
.: 1 lb. can
Z-M0R-TJ Coffee ground to
daythe only way to Q
be sure of fresh coffee I HC
Lb. 270 - 3 lbs, ...... m w ...
Parson's Ammonia
medium bottle
25
29c
30
12.
Package
.Whole Wheat
, Flakes
Free
Tomatoes
solid pack,
2 cans ....
Baker's Premium
Chocolate
tf-lb. bar
Dl Ray Mushroon
' Sauce :
Can ....
Great Northern Toi
let Tissue
3 rolls ...
Gauze Tissue
4 rolls
Olympian or Pilsener
Beer
2 bottles
10c
17c
17c
25c
Paint closing out all -ty r)
paints, vour choice
price
Mayonnaise Flavor
Foods, bulk
pint, 180; qt
Ripe Olives Lindsay
medium, No. 1
tall can
Bartlett Pears Del
Rogue brand,
No. 214 can
Corn Del Monte, whole ker
nel or cream
style, ZilC
2 cans
35
10
17-
25
Bob White a good
laundry soap,
10 bars
Double Refined
Borax Soap
5 bars
Ivory Soap
medium bar ...
Flour 49-lb. sacks,
Mapleleaf $1.63,
White Rose
aii 3Sc
-Del Rogue, fancy
29c
22c
39c
5c
25c
25c
19
23c
5c
si 73
Instant Postum
large can
Jello all flavors,
pkg.
Crystal White Soap
10 bars :..
P. and G. Laundry
Soap
10 bars
SUPER MEAT MARKET
Low first cost does, not always determine the price of meat. Good steer
beef held until tender, eliminates waste, promotes health because easily
digested and costs less in the end.
For economy, for health and for real pleasure in eating buy the better
meats. Prove this tomorrow get some of our fancy steer beef for the Sunday
dinner.
Beef Roast
fancy steer Lb
Boned and Rolled
Steer Beef Roast
Lb. .
Boned and Rolled
Prime Rib Steer
Beef Roast Lb. ...
10c
15c
I7'2C
Bacon real sugar
. cured corn belt bacon,
Lb. 1714c to
Sausage Real
country style,
2 lbs
Pure Lard
4 lbs
25c
25c
25c
Hens for roasting
or boiling,
each
Swiss Cheese the
kind with the big
holes Lb
Sauer Kraut-quart
49c
29c
10c
FREE
HANDY KITCHEN TONGS
For removing baked potatoes or
other foods from the oven.
For lifting doughnuts, french
fried potatoes, etc.
Free with a 3-lb.
can of Formay!
FOUNTAIN
Turkey Dinner 29c
Steer Beef Pot Roast, with
egg noodles ,25c
Baked Ham plate dinner . . . 25c
Pride of Panama' Pie 10c
6th at
Grape
6th at
Centra!
SAVING WITHOUT SELF.DF NT A f
Delivery of $1.00 orders Phone: East Side 752; West Side 428
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