Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, April 15, 1934, Page 5, Image 5

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    PAOE FTV1
RURAL BUYING IN
MARCH INCREASED
Dust Hurts Wheat
MANHATTAN, JCa., April
la view of the . seriousness of soil
blowing on contracted wheat acreages
Washington to call conferees os
the. znattsr is AmsriUo, Texas, to
morrow and Monday,
Ea correcwjp corseted la, . i
an Artist Model by
y Ethelwys 8 Hoffmann,
Cowgirl Suit Fall
suit against O&cX Btcheverry and tha
a Benito Coantf Saddle Horse ts-
sociattcn
..
A Gas Tragrri?
PORTLAND, April 14. Edga?
Willis Smith, 15t was asphyxiated here
today while tdjuaUng his automobile,
the esg& of whl$h was o$sra?tsf( Is
a closed rR- He was urjcorsfeious
when foustd Is? hi wife who h4 Uem
attracted by the constant operation
of the esglse.
Trade Firs Injures
THE &Tt AprU U,m !
Tws me a f tTrlj bura4 wfessv
a g&selin trssspeH true owd by
Ralph Andros of Baker caught iix
last Eight ssaj Alderdale fey easi
of Arlington The truck was destroy!,
Flee RUinj: Water
HARTFORD, Osea Apra -Ff
livestock is Jty, fled their "ncm
today la Est Hartford as the Con
necticut risr slashed hhss
m.ri of the ygajv
- HOU4STBB, Cm. April H,
Lsvcm Mat cowgirl, who has rMdcn
many a bucking horse in the, ring bat;
got hurt lst August while riding the
fender of an advertising automobile,
was loser today la her 32.000 damage
of the southwest, E. B. Wells, Kansas
State college extension agronomist,
has been authorized by the AAA is
WASHINGTON, April 14. CAP) A
marked upturn in merchandise pur
chases In smalt towna and rural
area for March was reported today
by the commerce department.
Preliminary estimates indicated art
Increase of 651 per cent in dollar
volume over March, 1933, and of 23
per cent over March. 1932. -
Part of the extreme, rise above last
year was attributed to the effect on
sales last year of the March bans:
moratorium,' " ? : ; '
SI1DF0RD MAIL TRIBUNE. MEDFORD, OREGON, SUNDAY, APRIL 15, 1934.
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DRESS ECONOMY IS
TOPiC FOR MEETS
: Economy dressmaking will he the
subject of the meetings of the Home
Extension units In the county tms
week, which will be conducted iy Mrs.
Mabel O. Mack, county home demon
stration agent The dresses will be
cut and pin fitted at the meeting.
Election of officers will bo held at
each unit, and plans made for Home-
makers' day in Medford April 35,
On Monday, April 16, the McClouj
unit will meet with Mrs. Caroline
Harding, and on Tuesday, April 17,
the Butte Falls club will meet In the
church, with Mrs. Joe Hibbard as
chairman. Mrs, William Hoefft . wJU
be chairman of the Lost Creek unit:
meeting on Wednesday, and on Thurs
day the Evans Valley group swiU meet
in the grange hall, with iJorotny
Stewart as enairman, Mrs. Manet
fitancliffe will: be chairman at the
Presbyterian church in Phoenix, when
the Phoenix unit meets on Friday. ;
VALLEY SCHOOLS i
DIVIDE HONORS
1 In the (outturn Oregon shorthand
md typing ' teste held t Ashland
Saturday, Ashland high school won
the team championship In the Class
A division with a percentage of 6l,2
for typlngl '
Grants Pass won the top place for
shorthand, with a, team percentage
of 54.83. ,
Louise Carmean ' of P.hoenll was
first In the free-for-all typing with
76.07 words per minute and 10 er
rors. This was in' the amateur di
vision. : Francis McCoy of Ashland was sec
ond. In the novtoe , division, Francis,
Whitehead of Ashland was first with
60.08.
In the secondary school list. Phoe
nix' was first for team wort, "and
Margaret Poling of Phoenix won sec
ond in the amateur class.
In the novice class, Jeanne Ham
mersley of Gold Hill was first with
a 60.47 per centage, and June Moore
of Gold Hill was second.
In the shorthand contest, the Ash
land team recorded a percentage of
S7.14. Grants Pass recorded a per
eentage of 88.14.
Jean Billings scored first in the
novice class with 89, and Leah Hagen
of Ashland second with 87.33.
Doris Talent of Ashland won first
In the amateur class, with a remark
able percentage of 89.75, with but
one error. Helen Mitchell of Grants:
Pass was second with 99.05, and two
errors.
In. the secondary school .contest
ants, Blossom Durkee of .Gold Hlli;
was first with 07.33. Florence Scfterer
and Addle Boll of Phoenix scored a
tie for second place with 97,0a.. :
NEEDY REQUESTED
TO MAKE FILINGS
All needy persons of Medford, In
terested In growing subsistence gar
dens, who do not .have lots of their
own to plant,, are asked to make
application to the Jackson' countj
relief committee headquarters Thurs
day for city lots, which will be avail-;
able.
- An arrangement has . been made
with the city for vacant lots and
city water for the gardening project.!
The relief committee Is anxious to;
have all persons plant gardes In;,
order that they may count on having
something to eat, at least, through
their own efforts. '
Army Recruit Aide
Visits Coming Week
Jennings D. Lowman, sub-station
commander for the United States
army recruiting office, will be at his
ofllce In the armory on Monday,
Tvfsdey and Wednesday tola week
to receive recruit for the regular
army.
According to word received from
Sergeant Lowman, a few men may
be accepted for stations at the Pre
sidio, San Francisco, and at Salt
Lake City, Utah. A small quota has
also been received for service In Ha
waii, he said.
William B. Henry of Medford and
Jesse L. Ooenell of Ashland were re
cently sccepted for service,
I '-.
Dividend Cliantes
NEW YORK, Apurll 14. (IP) Fa
vorable dividend changes In the past
week numbered 22,. one less than in
the previous week, Standard Statistics
Co- reports.
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Heroic ttlfe
OAKLAND. Calif.. April 14
A wile's heroism In donating her
blood (or two transfusions was credit
ed today b? physicians as responsible
for saving the life of James Townxll,
47, aiter he had undergone a major
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