Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, April 11, 1934, Page 3, Image 3

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Annual Session Scheduled
for May 8 at Guild Hall
Auxiliary Board to Be
Guests of Mrs. Sweeney
ASHLAND, April 11. (Spl.) The
43rd annual session of the Southern
Oregon Medical society will be held
In Medford at the Saint Mark's Guild
hall, 5th and Oakaaie, May 8, accord
ing to announcement by Dr. E. A.
Woods, of this city, who has been
secretary of the society for many
Dr. Charles T. Sweeney of Medford,
la president of the society: Dr. Har
vey A. Woods and Dr. E. A. Woods,
both of Ashland, vice-president and
secretary, respectively, with Dr. E. J.
Walnscott. Rossburg, Dr. J. O. Hayes,
Medford and Dr. C. L. Ogle, Grants
Pass as the board of censors.
Following the address of welcome
by President William S. Bolger of
the Medford chamber of commerce,
and the president's address by Dr.
Sweeney, the program will include ad
dresses by Dr. O. 8. Beardsley, of Eu
gene; Dr. Robert M. Coffey, Portland;
Dr. A. H. Ross. Roseburg, Dr. B. O.
Bailey, Grants Pass: Dr. A. W. Holl
man, Portland; Dr George W. Swift,
Seattle, who is a world-recognized
authority on head diseases; Dr.
Eugene W. Rockey. Portland; Dr.
Thomas W. Watts, Portland; Dr. Ralph
A. Penton, Portland, and Dr. A. C.
Seely, Roseburg.
The executive board of the Woman's
' Auxiliary to the State Medical so
ciety will also meet at the home of
Mrs. Charles T. Sweeney, to which all
doctor'a wives will be Invited.
(By Lois Item I net on.)
One of the most amusing programs
of the year was presented by the Girls'
league of Medford high school In
their annual assembly this afternoon.
Coming as one fo the main events
of the Girls' league week, the as
sembly proved fully as entertaining
as any given In past years. The pro
gram Under the direction of Miss
Pauline Rogers was unique In every
respect, showing 'much Ingenuity and
effort on the part of the committee
in charge.
The first number was a selection
by a violin trio, Dorothy Gore, Doris
Upp and Esther Alexander. This was
followed by a style show lntltled "The
Evolution of the Skirt." All types ol
skirts, from the cavewoman'a bear
skin evening gown through the years
to the modern evening gown.
The Glee club then presented a
short skit which featured such songs
as "In the Shade of the Old Apple
Tree," "Never Make Love in a Buggy."
and "Corn Ears," each song being
acted out with clever dances.
Betty Thorndyke completed the
program with a humorous reading
concerning etiquette.
Much credit for the success of this
program is due to the combined ef
forts of Miss baidwin, Miss Carrol
and Connie Moore.
LAKEVIEW, April 11, Ray Gill,
master of the state grange, may con
tinue to charge that "Wall Street" la
behind the sales tax and that the tax
won't reduce property taxes but not
In this town any more.
There's a reason. It may make the
eyes of some of the grange boys pop,
but Editor Dutton has the admission
In Roy's own handwriting that the
sales tax will reduce Ray's own prop
erty taxes by 110 a year. Nor Is that
all In the self-same letter which
Dutton haa published. Gill also admlte
that C. P. strain, Josephine county
farmer and granger who conceived
the sales tax In Oregon "might have
something to do with It." Gill hsstens
to add. however, that big business
was busy a year and a half ago . . .
forgetting that Strain started his let
ter writing on the present measure
a year prior to the date that GUI set
lor Wall street.
Strain is now stumping the state
In behalf of the measure and his
straight-forward presentation of how
and why he worked out the tax la
demolishing Gill s Wall Street bogey
In every community that Parmer
Strain enters. Strain was formerly
assessor of Umatilla county. He is
chairman of the legislative committee
of the Pomona grange in Josephine
county, where he owns a farm near
Grants Pass.
Oregon Mather.
Pair tonight and Thursday, but
fczs on the coist: moderate temper-at-.ire;
gentle, cnsneeable wind off-fliore.
text ma itching, dandruff scales, dry.
ness relieved and soon irrproved b
cjTy, the special medication of mm
Society and Clubs
Edited by Eoa Nealon Hamilton
Mrs. Kletzer Honored
At Ashland Luncheon
Mrs. William Kletzer, president of
the Oregon Parent-Teacher associa
tion, a charming guest In the valley
this week, was feted by officers of
the three P.-T. A. unite In Ashland
Monday, according to the following
social note In the Aahland Tidings:
"About forty ladles, officers In the
three P.-T.-A. units of Ashland, met
at the Civic club house at 12 o'clock
Monday, honoring, Mrs. William Klet
zer, in a no-host luncheon, during
which time questions were asked by
guests and answered by the head of
the organization.
"As a happy Introduction to the
splendid address of the afternoon,
Miss Helen Gould sang two songs,
composed by Miss Margaret Kissinger,
Remember' and 'My Isle Is So Far,
Away,' accompanying Miss Gould at
the piano.
"In the address of the afternoon,
there was a representative group
present to enjoy the splendid pre
sentation of the relationships that
should exist between the schools.
The Importance Of parents being
aware of the changes In the schools,
made necessary by the changing con
ditions of the times, was stressed."
W. C. T. V. 'Meeting"
Here On Thursday
Women's Christian Temperance Un
ion will conduct an all-day meeting
in the Presbyterian church Thursday,
with a business meeting at 10
o'clock, luncheon at noon, and an
open meeting at 3 o'clock in the aft
ernoon. Mrs. Ada Jolley, state president
from Portland, will be . present as
guest of the organization, and will
address the group. Thursday she
will speak at a special meeting In
Talent at the Methodist church at 8
The state president has been In
vited to be guest speaker at the
Junior High School P.-T. A. meeting
at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon, and
'that evening she will speak at the
tabernacle here.
Illinois Club Invites"
Medford to Exhibit
The Illinois Garden club has In
vited all members of the Medford
Garden club and all other persons
interested In the Oregon wild flow
ers to attend their wild flower ex
hibit Friday, April 13, at the Hotel
in Kerby. The exhibit opens
at 2 p. m. when Mrs. Lincoln Savage
will give a talk on wild flowers. A
large number of Medford people are
planning to attend and those who
can take others In their cars are
asked to call Mrs. Miles, 858-Y.
Lincoln Service Club .
Gives Another Party
At the home of Mrs. Anderson 'on
South Central, the Lincoln Service
club entertained with another card
party last evening, at which there
were nine tables In play. High score
In auction bridge was awarded Miss
Detweller, high in contract went to
Mrs. Husted, and . high In pinochle
to Mrs. Showers.
Mrs. Buckingham and Mrs. Hall
served refreshments.
Plan Annual
Card Party
Annual card party at St. Mary's
academy, being given by the Mothers
club, has been scheduled for Wed
nesday afternoon, April 18, at 3
o'clock. The affair will be in the
form of a tea, and contract and auc
tion bridge, also five hundred, are
to be In play.
Daughters of Veterans
To Meet Friday
The Daughters of Union Veterans
of the Civil War will hold their reg
ular meeting at the amory Friday
night. The state president, Mrs. An
drews, will be guest of honor.
Mrs. Kelly Guest
of Daughter Here
Mrs. Kelly of Oakland, Cal.. ar
rived here yesterday to be guest of
.her daughter, Mrs. H. E. Bullock.
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Come to our store today and examine these beautiful Grunows.
If you doo't say, after you have seen them, thai thev are the
last word in refrigeration we wouldn't think of asking you
o buy them.
Palmer Music &
Mrs. Damon, Hostess,
Honoring Mrs. Presnall
A congenial group of friends and
neighbors gathered at the home of
Mrs. Frances Damon. 14 B street,
Ashland. April 5, for celebration of
the birthday anniversary of Mrs. C. O.
A short poem, composed by the
hostess and dedicated to the guest
of honor, was released over radio sta
tion KMED., acompanled by the
much loved song, "When Your Hair
Is Turned to Silver."
Following this came the happy
congratulations of the hostess, who
then introduced the speaker of the
hour, Rev. Presnall, who gave an ap
propriate gift ,a beautiful china bowl
filled to capacity with fruit from the
south, the north and the Rogue River
valley. A fitting response was given
by the recipient.
The exercises continued with the
Introduction of Mrs. S. D. Doremus,
who, accompanying herself on the
violin, sang two delightful numbers,
and followed the same with a violin
solo, "Home Sweet Home."
Spring Benefit
Party Is Planned
The annual spring benefit card
party for St. Mary's academy will be
sponsored by the women of the Sa
cred Heart church April 10, it was
announced today.
Mrs. H. J. DeVaney, president of
the Mothers' club, Is chairman of
the event and has announced the
following committee of asslstaants :
Mesdames Boyle, Brewer, Hayes, Bray
ton, Schade, Naumes, Wilkinson,
Looseley, Gerdes, Wold and Corliss.
Dessert will be served at 1 o'clock
to be followed by cards.
Mrs. Welch, Interesting
Guest In Medford
Mrs. Arthur E. Welch of Portland,
state president of P. E. O., Is an
interesting guest In Medford today,
having arrived to confer with local
members of the organization in the
interests of the P. E. O. convention i
to be held here in May.
She was entertained at breakfast
this morning by Mrs. E. A. Moore at
her home on South Holly.
Reanies Chapter Observes
Social Evening at Temple
Initiation will be followed by ob
servation of social night when mem
bers of Reames chapter No. 66, O. E.
S., meet at the Masonic hall this
evening. Members of the April com
mittee will serve.
Carnation Club 1
Meets Thursday
Mrs. Peter Dietrich will be hostess
Thursday afternoon at her home, 039
North Central, to members of the
Carnation club. Sewing will ocupy
the session and all members are ask
ed to bring thimble and scissors. '
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Misses Kellehor Return
From Winter -In South -
Misses Anna and Katherine Kelle
hor have returned to their home In
Medford from spending the wlnterj
ana eariy spring in soutnern ciues.
They left last November and visited
friends and relatives In the old south
and In California.
Mcsdnmes Fowler and
Brown Entertained
Mrs. R. G. Fowler and Mrs. Louis
Brown of this city motored to- Ash
land today to be guests at a bridge
luncheon In the Lithla city.
Meeting Thursday ..
Members of Post-Delphian are ask
ed to meet at the city library Thurs
day morning for regular chapter ses
sion. Thimble Club Meets
Thursday Evening
Chrysanthemum Thimble club will
meet at the home of Neighbor Edith
Beck, for an evening of cards on
April 12, beginning at 8 p. m.
You'll find 1b
Grunow ; , : and
Grunow alone, safe
Carrene that offers
absolute safety and
great economy of
operation. In addi
tlon. the new
Grunow has other
worthwhile fea
tures to gladden
your heart, includ
ing mesh shelves,
built-in hydrator,
etc, etc.
Electric Store
Sprays for codling moth worm con
trol should be completed on all varie
ties of pears and apples by April 18.
according to the recommendations of
County Agent L. P. Wilcox and L. G.
Gentner, entomologist of the south
ern Oregon experiment station.
Codling moths are out In fairly
large numbers and young worms are
expected to be hatching by the mid
dle of next week. Pears that received
an application of spray this week
may be allowed to go until the second
cover spray Is called for, which will
be approximately ten days or two
weeks from the above date, unless
weather conditions change decidedly.
Those orchards receiving their calyx
spray early last week should be re
covered again by the date given above,
or as close thereto as possible. Use
powdered arsenate of lead at the rate
of 3 pounds to the 100 gallons of
water. Spray thoroughly, being sure
to cover all leaves and young fruits.
In orchards falling to receive the
dormant spray and it is the desire
of the grower to control rust mite, the
following combination spray may be
used at this time. Powdered arsenate
nr 1ftrt 3 nminrts. medium summer
nil amiil.lAn It, imllnna onrl IX !
pound spreader to the 100 gallons of
The mites are to be found chiefly
on the undersides of leaves and
around the calyx ends of young fruits.
In order to obtain control the spray
must contact these insect, there
fore, see that these parts are well
The second cover spray will prob
ably follow In' from 10 to 14 days,
depending upon weather conditions.
Irrigation plans should be made to
the end that no orchard will be too
wet at that time for proper spraying.
Phoenix Thursday
Club Will Meet
PHOENIX, April 11 (Spl.) Thurs
day club will meet at the home of
Mrs. Vaughn Quackenbush Thursday
afternoon. The business meeting will
be held during the afternoon and at
6:30 a basket supper will be enjoyed
to which the husbands and families
of the members of the club are In
vited. A good time Is being planned,
and all members are urged to be on
hand to make this a record meeting
and good time of the season.
Phoenix Cemetery
Cleanup Saturday
Thursday club of Phoenix Ts spon
soring a clean-up drive of the ceme
tery Saturday, April 14, at 10 a. m.
People of the community who have
lots are requested to co-operate..
There will be a "basket lunch at
noon. --,:
Rare Malady Turns
His Body To 'Stone'
jg;B'.' , V ,
Little seven-year-old Benny Hen
drlck of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., Is aui
fering from a rare malady tha
gradually petrifies the body througi
misdirected deposits of calcium. A
(doctors worked desperately to chec!
the disease, Benny was unworric
except for his broken popgun. (A;
aociated Press PhotM
PORTLAND, April 11. (F) Dealers
who violate Oregon milk control board
price orders will be summarily prose
cuted, according to E. G. Harlan,
chairman of the board.
Three months have elapsed, he ex
plained, since the first price sched
ule and fair practice order was Issu
ed. In this time It is assumed all
dealers will have had an opportunity
to adjust themselves. Alt dealers are
expected to report violators.
Meetings of the milk control board
will be held at Roseburg tomorrow
at 1 p. m., at Coqullle at 8 p. m
and at Reedsport at 11 a. mFrlday.
Be correctly corseted In
an Artist Model by
Ethel wyn B Hoffmann.
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fUiMi j We state tt w
That the Medford Actlvlans are go
ing after the International convention
In 1035 is very much In evidence at
all of their regular meetings by the
reports of the various committees,
and the enthusiasm displayed by the
membership of the local club. En
couraging remarks .have also been re
ceived In the recent Issues of the
"Actlvian." which Is the official pub
lication of the organization, In that
the advance efforts of the local boys
have been recognized and commented
upon repeatedly. The International
convention for this year is to be held
in Spokane, and the local club plans
to send a large representation.
Entertainment for last evening
consisted of an interesting talk by
Jay Glese, representative of the sales
department of the Standard Oil
So easy to
Its the new modern tin for
baking powder. No paper label to cut! No lid to pry
loose! A simple twist and it's open! A simple twist and
it's closed! It's a tidy red tin that keeps glistening clean
in the busiest kitchen. Be sure to get
as our honest belief that the
tobaccos used in Chesterfield
are of finer quality and hence
' of better taste than in any
other cigarette at the price.
Liggett & Myers Tobacco company
Company of California. Mr. Glese
discussed very capably. In compari
son, the process of refining of east
ern and western lubricating oils, and
dealt also with their action in oper
ation of an internal combustion mo
tor. He was very careful In tat he did
not comment on the comparative
values of the two oils. His subject,
as presented, was extremely interest
ing and Instructive,
Delinquent tax payments have j
shown brisk Improvement the past 10 -days,
according to Gortrude Martin,
chief deputy of the tax department
of the sheriff's office. This Is a
decided contrast to a year ago when
prarticnlly none were being paid.
Money received from pear sales,
federal home loans, crop production
coin, and federal bank loans to
farmers. CWA pay, and a generally
rosier view of the future, are given
os reasons for the payments.
the old-time favorite
the now tint
Made from.
e state tt
Auto Safety Assn.
Formed By Averill
SALEM. April 11. (AP) A. H. Av
erlll, state Insurance commissioner,
who has been working the past few
months for prevention of automo
bile accidents with a view of reduc
ing Insurance rates, conserving prop
erty, and conserving life, today filed
articles of incorporation for the Au
tomobile Accident Prevention Asso
ciation of Oregon.
Mark Stratostat's Fall
MOSCOW. (UP) An obelisk With
a memorial tablet will be built at
the spot where the stratoaa balloon
Osoaviakhtm crashed, It has been announced.
100 early spring hats includ
ing values to $7.95.
$.00 $J.95
Lovely spring colors and
new weaves. Values to $2.95.
Special group of swagger
suits. Green, tan, checks
and other smart spring com
binations. One half price.
$19.95 values.
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