Central Point herald and Southern Oregon news. (Central Point, Or.) 1917-19??, May 10, 1917, Image 5

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    organization and was duly elected. W. REP ORT OF T HE CONDITION OF
E. Kahler, who was the tem porary sec­
retary, was also elected to the office of C E N T R A L POINT S T A T E BANK
AT CENTRAL PO HIT, OREGON. AT TNE CLOSE OF ilSIRESS
regular secretary.
NAT 1, 1917
“T h e hope of democracy lies in education"
Mrs. W. E. K ahler was appointed a
RESOURCES
delegate to attend the meeting at Med­ Loans and discounts.................................... $97,594.90
ford Saturday, when Claude C. Cate, O verdrafts, secured and unsecured ........... 541.99
As the name implies, this departm ent is devot­
ed to educational work in the public schools, hivrh
the county pathologist, addressed the Bonds and w arran ts.........................................19,746.30
An Excellent Address
schools and colleges.
and other securities...............................2,868.99
farm ers on the work of Food Prepar­ Stocks
Banking house................................................... 3,064.58
The young people of any p art of the country
Last
Sunday
morning
at
the
edness.
F urniture and fixtures.................................... 2,000.00
are welcome to contribute to this departm ent.
'AVrite the editor a letter, a story or essay, and Presbyterian church, Prof. Geo.
Among other things that occupied the O ther real estate ow ned................................ 3,599.22
send it in. If space allows, it will be published. Rebec, an instructor at the Uni­ attention of the committee was the Due from banks not reserve b anks........... None
Anyone is welcome to w rite to this departm ent, versity of Oregon, delivered an m atter of financing the work of the Due from approved reserve b anks..............47,726.87
Checks and other cash item s......................... 40.00
be he a first grade pupil or a senior in college.
L e e B. F ran klin , Editor. address entitled “The Passing of local organization. This discussion re­ Exchanges for clearing house...................... None
Reporters:
sulted in an expression that the logical Cash on han d..................................................... 6,849.13
W. Walden Dillard, U n iv ersity of Oregon, E u­ the Nineteenth Century Man,” thing to do would be to get possession E xpenses.............................................................. None
O ther resources. Gold D u st........................... 37.24
which was pronounced by all
gene.
J. C. Bellinger, S tate Normal School, Mon­ present as one of the finest di s- of the little balance in the bank be­
T otal..................................................... $184,068.72
longing
to
the
old
Commercial
Club,
mouth.
BILITIES
cussions o f the subject that was and, not only that, but also to merge C apital stock paid LIA
Russell H arris, Central Point High School.
in .......................................$25,000.00
fu n d ....................................................... 4,210.00
ever heard. Prof. Rebec is a the new Food Preparedness organiza­ Surplus
D ates o f Im portance T o B e scholar who as delved deeply in­ tion into an organization that would Undivided profits............................................. 1,509.10
unpaid.............................................. None
on the same line of work in con­ Dividends
R em em bered
to banks and bankers............................ none
to the underlying facts of carry
nection with O. A. C , and also to a Due
Postal savings bank deposits....................... none
May 24—Thursday. Applegate will history, and the causes of the large extent the work of a live, wide­ Individual
deposits subject to check........ 97,862.31
have another rally this year. The changing Conditions of civiliza- awake booster or commercial club after Demand certificates of deposit..................... 151.49
Cashier checks outstanding......................... 453.96
various schools of Jackson and Jos- t jo n Furthermore, he is a man t h i s im portatant work is finished. Certified
checks................................................. none
ephine
counties
in
the
Applegate
Val-
.
,
.»
»
,
.
This
suggestion
m
et
with
favor,
and
and Savings deposits......................... 54,689.36
, ley will join
. . . in an all-day
„ , celebration.
, .
with
. the courage
" of his convic- W. E. Kahler was appointed a commit­ Time
and bills rediscounted....................... none
The Valley Pride Creamery Associa- tions, and he promptly, audaci- tee of one to take the responsibility of Notes
Bills payable for money borrow ed............. none
tion is back of the movement and ously, speaks the plain truth as culling a quorum of the old Commercial Reserved for interest and ta x e s................. 192.50
L etters os credit................................................ none
will aid the schools in putting the he sees it However, while his Club membens together for the purpose ‘‘A
cceptances’’ of this b an k ......................... none
event through.
none
picture of the nineteenth century of voting the remaining funds over to O ther T liabilities............................................
otal....................................................... $184,068.72
Preparedness Committee for their
man and his environment is not the
O F OREGON. : .
immediate use. No definite action was STATE
of Jackson j *
altogether bright, his hope of taken
in regard to the merging of the I, County
Isaacson, President of the above-named
the future man and his civilza- two organizations into one perm anent bank, J. do O. solemnly
th at the above statem ent
tion is one that only those with body, but the m atter will be under ad­ is true to the best swear
of my knowledge and belief.
High School Notes
J
.
O.
ISAACSON.
President.
Jessie Chauncey, of the Teachers a high ideal can conceive of. He visement.
CORRECT
A
ttest:
W.
C.
LEEVER,
consisting of Chairman
Training D epartm ent, is teaching at is a man whose religious nature E. A B. rommittee,
W J FREEM AN,
Stanley, W. E. Kahler and Lee
I.C . ROB NETT.
has been developed fully, and he B. Franklin,
Willo.v Springs this week.
was
appointed
to
get
out
and sworn to liefore me this Hth day
W ilbur Dunlap and William Heck­ recognizes tne power of the in­ what printed m atter was needed for Subscribed
of May, 1917. F. E . R ki > den , N otary Public.
man, of the Biology class, gave a fluence of man’s soul on the immediate
My commission expires Feb. 14, 1920.
use.
stereopticon lecture in the assembly development of the h u m a n race.
Th"
different
committees
are
being
room on "W eeds” Tuesday afternoon. Those who missed this address
organized, and the work of the commit­
Alas ! the same fate as that of last
tee will be well under way this week.
year; we were beaten out of th at cup certainly missed a treat.
G I F T S
No definite date was agresd upon for
again—only by nine points. It was the
regular
meetings,
but
Chairman
Stan­
finest day possible for a Held meet,
ley has the privilege of calling one any
and C entral Point went with the spirit Army and Navy Y. M. C. A. time
that he feels it necessary. In
to win, but we were doomed. Our
the
meantime
the chairman and the
Work
Presented
good spirit was broken when, in the
heads
of
the
other
will con­
220 yard dash, the first event in the Following the instructions given by stitute an executive committees
committee subject
morning, Jam es Ross fell and was un­ our Governor in his proclamation, the to the call of the chairman.
able to do justice to anv of his events Army and Navy Y. M. C. A will be
in the afternoon. We were particular­ presanted in the following communities
ly weak in the " B ” class and lacked next Sunday :
practice in the "C ” class, but compared Mr. W. A. Cowley, with some music­
Volunteers Wanted
favorably with any there. It was al talent, will present the cause at
The
County Sheriff’s office in­
rather hard to see the cup go to the Willow Springs at 3 o’clock Sunday
For the Graduates
ones who beat us in basket ball, but afternoon. Mrs. W. A. Kahler and formed us this week that the
they worked harder for it. The high Prof. V. A. Davis, with a number of government wanted volunteers
N othing could more surely make the
girl graduate supremely happv than any­
point winners were Autumn Lynch, in singers, will go to Tolo in the evening. to act as registrars to enroll the one
of the delightful g ifts in jewelry such
the " A ” class, with 25 points, and Mr. R. H. Paxson and Mrs. E. S. Pal­ names of the men who will come
as a l>eaut iful La Valliere, a dainty brooch
or pin, a bracelet, a w rist watch, a dia­
W ilbur Dunlap, in the “ C” class, with m er will go to Antioah; Mr. R. W.
ring or any article of her favo. ite
under the conscription call. It is mond
pattern in the toilet-ware
nearly as many points.
Elden, to Brownsboro,
The
boy graduate, taking a new step
forw ard, faces the big world of real life.
The cause will he presented at both suggested that those serving on Give
S o p h m o r e s W in D e b a t e
him
the right s»^rt; plant the seed
Rock and Eagle Point by Rev. the election boards would be the
of punctuality by r -«tenting him with a
A week ago last Tuesday the Fresh- Table
dependable watch or give him military
Paul
S.
Bandy,
with
Mr.
Geo.
Andrews
proper
ones
to
offer
their
ser­
brushes, ring, cufF links, scarf-pin, studs,
man-Sophmore debate at the High
belt buckle, W aldermair chain, gold or sil­
Mrs. S. A. Mulkey as the singers. vices. As no appropriation has
School was a very interesting contest, and
ver
knife or an Ever-sharp pencil.
Miss Agnes Dunlap will go to Rogue been made to cover this expense,
the subject under discussion being, River
for the morning service at eleven those offering their services will
Jewelry is really the Gift
"Resolved, th a t the United States gov­
of gifts
ernm ent should own and operate all o’clock.
’clock, at Central Point, there do so from a patriotic motive, as
inter-state railroads.” The debate was will At be 11 a o community
eervice, with Mrs. they will receive no remunera­ Beautiful Diamond La Val-
very close, both team s being well Kahler, Prof. Davis and
Mr. Cowley as tion. It is the desire of the gov­
lieres at $7.50 each
equipped for the con.est. The students speakers.
The
Rev.
M.
C.
Reed
or
taking part had cer’ainlv worked hard Rev. Paul S. Bandy will be in charge ernment to have the work done
MARTIN I. REDDY
to fit themselves for the debate, hs
in
this
way
in
order
to
give
the
the service. It is very desirable
they had the subject well in hand all of
that the community turn out to the young men who will be subject
the way through.
service and show their loyalty to the
The judges of the debate were Rev. great cause promoting both the inter to the draught the opportunity
MEDFORD, OREGON
to enroll without compulsion,
P. S. Bandy, pastor of the Presby­ ests of the Church and State.
this
feature
being
distasteful
to
terian Church; Miss Reed, of the pub­
lic school, and Lee B. Franklin, of the
the American mind. It is hoped Q u a l it y F ir s t Visitors
always welcome.
Herald.
that those desiring to assist the
food Preparedness Work
!he two team s consisted of the fol- M tf)e m eet| held in the Cjt
government in this way will
lowing: Affirmat.ve June Dunlap. Bue- ^
evening the Central Po.nt
lah W right, Harry Skyrm an; negative. Food Preparedness Committee elected make the fact known to the
FOR
M o l l y Thornbrue, H erbert Harris, Helen its perm anent officers and began its County Sheriff at once.
Norcross.
RHEUMATISM
work in a business-like way. Professor
E. B. Stanley, the acting head of the
and NEURALGIA
Try
“THE
HERALD”
when
Miss Maude Sutton of Gold Hill spent local committee, although a very busy
Dannl« Eucalyptus Ointment
the week visiting at the home of Irsal man, finally consented to take the per­ in need of classy Job Printing
AT ALL ORUQ ■TOR E S
manent office of chairman of the local
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boc
Lewis.
Educational Department
Central Point
The Jeweler
Thu„dgy
ubes
jars