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About Central Point herald and Southern Oregon news. (Central Point, Or.) 1917-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1917)
Where Our Teachers Spend
Miss W iederrecht, who was principal
of the High School last year, went to
Seattle to stay with her mother during
vacation. She does not teach here next
The Misses Bracons, Reed and Albin
returned to Portland, where their homes
are, to spend their vacations.
Mrs. W alker was engaged as an in
structor at the summer school at the
Medford Commercial College this sea
son, but it has been reported that she
did not fulfill the engagement.
Prof. Davis has gone to California to
stay until he can enter the Officers'
Training camp the middle of August.
He has had considerable military train
ing, having served in the Spanish-
American war, and is anxious to get
back into the service now that the
country is at war with Germany.
Miss Pierce returned to her home
Prof. Stanley, the Superintendent of
Schools, and Mrs. Ross both live in
Central Point. The Professor and his
wife plan to make a trip to Spokane
this summer, to be gone several weeks.
They will travel in their auto and camp
out on the trip.
Prof. Smith went to Roseburg, where
his father makes his headquarters as
traveling financial and booster secre
tary for the Presbyterian colleges.
Miss Lester, who lives near C. P..
went to Salem to visit for a few days,
after which she goes to Ohio to visit
the balance of the vacation with old
friends and relatives.
Miss Kincaid also lives near Central
Point and will spend her vacation at
Miss Daily went to her home in
Little Miss Blossom
They call me little Miss Mischief.
But I’m little Miss Blossom Girl, too,
And I just love the month of June
With its flowers and birds, don’t you?
On the fourth of June, our Flower Day,
When we give our posies away.
They smile with joy on the sick and sad,
Trying their best to make folks glad.
Any farm er desiring to subscribe for
the Herald can pay for same with any-
th'ng in the way of vegetables, eggs
or butter that the bachelor editor can
use. He will be glad to arrange to
take such things. See him before he
loses any more fat (!). Call at his
residence on the same lot th at the
printing shop is on.
J. B. Young, of Shedds, Ore., with
Mr. Rose stopped over one day this
week to see Mr. Robnett, en route to
Sacramento by auto. Mr. Young and
Mr. Robnett are old friends. They did
not stop long, as they seemed to be in
a great hurry to cross the S tate line.
It is somewhat strange that these gen
tlemen did not appear to enjoy the fine
clim ate of the famous Rogue Rivar
Valley, for the climate here is far su
perior to that of the ''W ebfoot” val
ley. Yet they said they were anxious
“ to cross into California, ” one mum
bling something about being thirsty
after the long ride. But we have fine
w ater here. Th-y will return by way
of E astern Oregon in about three
weeks. One naturally wonders why
they should w ant to go so far around
Central Point on the return trip after
spending three weeks in the dryest (?)
S tate on the coast.
W alter Painter, who has been work
ing in Yreka, Cal , for the past few
months, has returned home.
W. E. Price nml family and E. R.
t Gleason and family motored to Apple-
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
| gate and G rants Pass last Sunday.
What woul 1 this community be w ith
out a news paper?
J. Fred Yates of Corvallis, a promi FOIL SALE:- A Thompion
nent lawyer and farm er of Benton one and a fourth inch mountain
county and a cousin to I. C. Robnett
of the Cranfill-Robnett store, stopped hack. Paxson’s drug store.
over awhile one day this week to see The Children’s Day program given at
Mr. Robnett and Mr. D. C. Grim, who the Presbyterian church last Sunday
he has known in the past. Although morning was fine. Miss Agnes Dunlap
Mr. Robnett had heard much of Mr. worked out an original program that
Yates, he had not seen his consin for was very especially appreciated be
thirty years, and so did not know him cause it was original. The other teach
when he first saw him. Mr. Yates was ers and officers also deserve credit for
on his way home from California. He helping to make the event a success.
paid the officers' school a t the Presidio The church was prettily decorated with
a visit while there. He found Mark flowers and greenery for the occasion
W eatherford, the prominent attorney and a goodly number attended.
and politician of Albany who ran for Mr Strauss and wife of Sams Valley
Congress on the Democratic Prohibition were in the city Friday.
ticket last fall, doing the most menial Leave your orders for rubber stam ps
work as a common soldier in the ranks. at the Herald office.
All those preparing themselves for
commissions in the army have to do the Have you saved any old papers
regular routine work of a common sol or magazines for the local Red
dier in these training camps, according Cross? If not, do so at once.
to Mr. Yates. Lowell Grim is working Bert R. Greer, editor of the Ashland
on one of his ranches near Corvallis
Tidings, with two of the Roundup Asso
E. T. Neal, a form er resident of this ciation men, paid the Herald a call
section, paid the Herald a call Tuesday. Wednesday morning. They were trav
He was traveling by auto on his way to eling in the form er’s car and were on
California from W ashington. Mr. Neal, a Roundup poster trip, sticking posters
his wife and daughter have been trav on buildings and posts all along the
eling by auto and camping out for route.
Ask your dealer for California W ash
It's the washing powde.
J. K. Moore, a prominent rancher of that Powder.
makes your washing easier and
Sams Valley, was in town Tuesday.
your clothes whiter. M anufactured at
5-cent toilet soaps will soon be off the 441 B St., Ashland, Ore.
m arket on account of advancing prices. We are glud to note that D. C. Grim,
Harmony Bath and Goblin still 5 cts. at who has been ill for several weeks,
was able to get out on the streets
Mr. Art Lewis and wife of Medford again this week. We wish him a
have been visiting at the home of Bert speedy recovery, as do his many
Peck for the past few days.
So is the price
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before it’s too late!
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NOW. Don’t wait until they are all gone.
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