Schoolchildren Interviewed; Elephants, Lion, Tiger

Woman at table interviews young boy / pan to other children in classroom watching, waiting / closeup of slip of paper woman is filling out / she talks with boy, gathers papers to give him / young girl sits down at table for same treatment / / closeup of man with baby elephants, Barneburg Hill and Rogue Valley Manor in background / several adult elephants pose for camera, elephant transport trailer in background / closeup of lion in cage, man teases it to get a reaction / closeup of pensive tiger in cage

Police Look for Clues; Timber Products Company

Policeman walks in weeds by orchard, looking at ground / closeup of cardboard "X" on ground, policeman picks through grass pretending to look for clues / closeup as he walks along road (might be Rossanley) looking in weeds / he gets in unmarked car, drives off / / Timber Products Company sign on top of office building, pan to parking lot / shot from across tracks of TP mill as boxcar rolls past / wood chip loading area, pan across inactive mill / pickup drives across grounds (identical shot as in SOHS Film No. 1086)

Girl Scouts Meetings; Bridge Demolition; Table Rock Road Railroad Crossing; Police Auction; Candidate Speaks

Pans across Girl Scouts board of directors meeting / man in suit with 16mm film projector / film projected / woman addresses different meeting / / Caterpillar pulls supports from bridge with cable / view of creek and demolished bridge / railroad crossing arm drops across Table Rock Road at White City as workers repair same / / policeman examines room jammed with bicycles / policeman displays electronic equipment, knives, cameras, transistor radio, guitar / / sound: man at desk speaks about Bob Duncan's proposal for tax increase support of Lyndon Johnson, whether he intends to withdraw from

Freeway Semi Accident; Junior High School Assembly; Helium Balloon

Men changing semitruck tire on side of highway / damage to front end of Consolidated Freightways trailer / damage to side of trailer / more flat tires, bent rims / shot looking down I-5--Josephine County?

Free coconuts

Note to SOHS, 4/5/2018:
In 1965 my family had just moved to Evans Valley and we were invited to go to get free coconut - just for taking it out of the husk. A small company was using the husks to fill and sell as "planters" with house plants. They sawed the husks in half and we dug out the shells and kept the coconut.

Medford High School Meeting; Highway 62 Traffic

Pan across all-male audience, Medford High School theater auditorium / long shot as audience files outside, mills about / / car speeds past camera on highway--Highway 62, opposite Veterans Domiciliary, just north of White City / long telephoto shot south as traffic passes camera, wigwam burner smoking in distance, camera swings to north

Picking Pears; Dog Show; I-5 Pear Mishap

Man on ladder picking pears / closeup of bin full of pears / more shots of pickers picking, dumping into bins / / woman and young girl grooming schnauzer / people with dogs waiting / dogs being walked past judge / / Oregon State Police car by side of I-5 freeway opposite Ashland just south of Bear Creek crossing /, pan to Jeep pulling overloaded trailer, pan to pears littering side of freeway / pan along bent guard rail to pear bin by side of freeway

Timber Products Company; Sketch of Criminal Suspect

Pan across Timber Products Company building / follow pickup as it drives across grounds / / closeup of police artist sketch of young white male suspect

Settlers’ House Doubles as Fortified Fort Hay near Selma, Ore.

Episode: 

3374

Author: 

LYNDA DEMSHER

Date: 

Feb. 9, 2018

Steamboat Creek Takes Name from Mining Jargon

Episode: 

3387

Author: 

Emily Blakely

Date: 

Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018

Yule Handbill Spreads Wartime Alarm through Medford, Ore.

Episode: 

3386

Author: 

Kernan Turner

Date: 

Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2018

Author Matthea Hilda Thorseth Montgomery Dies in Ashland at 100

Episode: 

3385

Author: 

Sharon Bywater

Date: 

Monday, Feb. 26, 2018

Shorty Noble Leaves Name on Trail to the River

Episode: 

3384

Author: 

Lynda Demsher

Date: 

Friday, Feb. 23, 2018

Rogue Valley Orchard Boom Goes Bust after 1912

Episode: 

3383

Author: 

Alice Mullaly

Date: 

Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018

Daredevil Thrills Spectators, Parachutes from Hot Air Balloon

Episode: 

3382

Author: 

Luana (Loffer) Corbin

Date: 

Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018

Meet Mary Adams Peacock: Dressmaker, Muleskinner and Hotelier

Episode: 

3381

Author: 

Laurel Gerkman

Date: 

Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018

Mary Adams was born at Waldo, Ore., in 1861.  When she grew up, she moved to Grants Pass to start a dressmaking business while working as a housekeeper to make ends meet.

Liberty Park Neighborhood Rises on Rabbit Scrubland

Episode: 

3380

Author: 

Alice Mullaly

Date: 

Monday, Feb. 19, 2018

Medford, Ore., quadrupled in size from 1900 to 1910, one of the fastest growing towns in America.  Its second elementary school was built in 1906 on rabbit scrubland just north of town.  Two nearby subdivisions sprang up with small houses on small lots and were annexed to the city.&

Shasta Children Hide Like Fawns in the Woods from Modoc Warriors

Episode: 

3379

Author: 

Lisa Gioia

Date: 

Friday, Feb. 16, 2018

In the mid-to-late 19th century, the Northern California Shasta tribe faced frequent attacks by Modoc Tribe warriors seeking slaves.

Close Inspection Reveals Fake Headstones in Cemetery

Episode: 

3378

Author: 

Luana (Loffer) Corbin

Date: 

Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018

Close inspection of the tombstones in the cemetery located next to the church in the Josephine County ghost town of Golden reveals that none of them have legible markings on them.  It’s impossible to know who is buried there. That’s because no one is.

Women Promote Safe Skating on Klamath Reclamation Canal

Episode: 

3377

Author: 

Todd Kepple

Date: 

Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018

Finding safe places for people to enjoy ice skating in the early 1900s was a real preoccupation of community leaders in Klamath Falls.  The smooth, expansive frozen surface of Upper Klamath Lake continued to lure young skaters, despite drownings beneath the ice.

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