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THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1328
THE CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
Another class o f the Union church
Sunday school organized for work.
This time it was Mrs. Moore’s class
o f boys o f the third and fourth
grades. They met at her home last
Saturday afternoon and elected o f
ficers as follows: President, Tom
Atkinson; Vice-President, Joe John
son; Secretary, Lavern Peich. “ Royal
Guards” is their class name, guard
ing the word o f God, is their motto,
and their class pin is a Crown. They
intend to work to win a starry crown
and to bring other boys to Sunday
school so that they may accept the
Lord Jesus and have that Crown
also. Then they divided up and one
side is called the Hustlers and the
j other the Rustlers. There is sure A T T E N D B A P T I S T M E E T I N G A T
,?oing to be something doing in that
| class, A fter their business meeting
On Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs.
| they played games and had cake and
J. E. Weaver with Mrs. Eastburn and
Mrs. Sheley as guests, drove to Med
T E A C H E R S * S T U D Y C L U B M E E T S ford to attend the services now be
ing conducted at the Baptist church
On last Thursday cveiling , the i here.
The musical prelude was especial
Teachers’ Study club o f the grade
and high school met at the home of ly neuutiful, consisting o f the sing
ing o f the old hymns by the con
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Jewett.
The kook that the teachers are gregation followed by a violin duet,
reading at present is "How to Study” ‘ Schubert’s Serenade,” played by
Messrs. Baker and James. “ My
Refreshments were served and a Rosary,” an instrumental organ num
pleasant and profitable evening ber, illustrated, was very much ap
preciated and was followed by a
vocal number, “ I Can Hear my Sav
iour Calling.” The local pastor, Dr.
Eaton, introduced the speaker o f the
evening, 1) t . W. B. Hinson, o f Port
W e A r e M a n ufa ctu rers o f
Dr. Hinsi.n chose his text from
DOORS, SCREENS, WINDOWS AND SASH,
1st Corinthians, 7-11. He spoke of
WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES, MOULD
the contrast in the view’s o f life as
INGS, CABINETS OF ALL KINDS
expressed by the American writers
Edgar Allan Poe, in “ Thy Raven,’
Our Constant Aim is to Keep Our Quality and Prices
and o f Coleridges, “ The Rime o f the
Absolutely Right. Do Not Order From Out-of-Town
Ancient Mariner,” the former show
Concerns Before Letting Us Figure on Your Bill.
ing u misguided life in which there
seemed to be no future, the latter,
as the result o f prayer, showing that
the sins o f mankind, like the body of
the albatross, may be cast o ff and
A MODERN MILL
thrown into the sea. Dr. Hinson
asked, “ Which view does the Bible
teach,” and spoke o f the hopeful
view as expressed in the Bible, “ As
far as the East is from the West
thus far He hath removed our trans
gressions from us.”
He spoke of
I the contrasting manner in which the
j Bible characters Noah, Jonah and
Solomon are mentioned in the Old
and New Testaments, this illustrat
ing that “ When God forgives a sin,
he forgets it.”
Dr. Hinson’s address was given in
a very impressive way, and was in
terspersed with humorous illustra
tions, which, however, exemplified
some strong points. He spoke o f how
he had personally received Divine
help and added that “ We do not
I make enough use o f God.”
His final appeal was touching and
his words will without doubt bear
Dr. Hinson is at present pastor
of the East Side Baptist church in
Portland and is spoken o f by ex
changes as being regarded one of
O re g o n
the greatest preachers in America
today. He expressed as good though
no better thoughts than our local
I ministers express from our pulpits
I -ach Sunday.
TROWBRIDGE CABINET WORKS
Complys with both State and
Strength is Our Middle Name
Central Point State Bank
SULPHUR — LAND PLASTER — SULPHATE
OF AMMONIA — SUPER PHOSPHATE
(Mixed Fertilizers fog All Special Crops)
E C O N O M Y EGO M A S H — H O G E A T S
No F ill^ ^ ^ H il— Be-t Tor I I
M ILKM AK E —
PEERLESS— That e
Baby chick Scratc
for the Poultryman.;
baby chick Mash—
or less— Every feed
( W e do G r i n d i s ;
ing, C le a n in g )
ASK US A B O U T - m
- i *y.
C H RISTIA N
Last Friday afternoon the ladies
ofthe Christian church Circle met
at the country home of Mr. and Mrs.
D. C. McAllister.
Mrs. Isaacson read aloud several
interesting letters received by the
Circle from the Girls’ Junior Col
lege, o f Eugene. These letters were
acknowledgments of Christian gift*
which had been sent by the Circle
to the girls at Christmas time, the
home being composed o f girls who
otherwise would probably be home
less. The various Circles throughout
this section o f Oregon are doing a
great deal to help maintain the home
so that the girls belonging there may
have the advantages o f a Christian
A fter the business meeting Mrs.
McAllister served a delectable lunch
if coffee and home made doughnuts
and a, very happy and helpful after
noon was spent.
S A L E A S U CCE SS
The saie held at the store of L.
Hatfield last Friday ' was a success
'rom every point of view.
The representative firm of Munger
& McKinley arrived with the goods
Thursday evening and early the next
morning the ready made hats, coats,
and dresses were on display and the
store was a busy place.
customers were looking at the goods
and as the prices were so reason
able and the quality and style so
good, they took advantage o f the
opportunity by buying liberally. Mrs.
Hatfield expects to put on another
and similar sale shortly preceding
By T H O M A S A K K L E C L A R K
o f M *n, University o f
F"! HEGOUY was brought In by the
campus policeman a few days Hgo
for smoking in one of the buildings,
or driving by the stop tight near the
agricultural building, or for some
He wus a trifle
high-hatted at flrat, but before he
went out saw hla error and admitted
lL He came back In a few minutes
rather shyly and r. little embarrassed.
•'Well?” I Inquired.
"Are you going to write my moth
er about this?’’ he asked.
N O T IC E
“ Why?" I asked.
Having received a Music Teacher’s
“It didn't amount to much,“ he
Certificate from the Oregon State said, "but mother think* I’m perfect
Music Board, I am prepared to give and she would be hurt and would
high school credit to pupils wishing worry if she knew I had got Into any
to take piano lessons, the credits to kind of difficulty."
“ I have no thought of writing any
extend from January 2, 1926,
My experience with beginners and one," I said, “but If I were you I
through the grades extends over a shouldn't get Itdo any difficulty that
would worry her If she knew of It"
period of fifteen years.
There had been stealing In one of
MRS. NETTIE B. SHELEY,
the university buildings and all ths
State Accredited Teacher evidence pointed toward Williams. I
called him In, but he was sullen and
SPEND SOCIAL E VEN IN G
did not want to talk at all. All that
he would say was that he knew noth
On last Thursday evening Mr. and ing about any of the circumstances.
Mrs. L. F. Pickett entertained a few It was quite plain that he was hedg
friends at their home in Central ing.
“ I wish yon would tell me the
"It will be
The evening was spent in a social truth," I salJ Anally.
way and Mrs. Pickett served delic better for everyone concerned If yea
do ao, and you must see that the evi
dence Is quite convincingly against
Those present were S. A. Nyc and yon.”
family, Mr. Weir McDonald and Mr.
He dropped his head upon his hands
and Mrs. L. Hatfield.
for a few minutes, thinking.
"If I’ll tell you the truth,” he asked,
“will my mother Imve to know?"
Bids on 75 cords, 4-foot sound
“ Why shouldn’t she know?"
body fir wood, delivery to be made
‘Tm willing to take any penalty
at rate o f 25 cords or more per for what I have done," he explained,
month, starting in June and con t "but I can’t bear to think that ahe
tract to he filled by Sept. 1, 1926. may suffer.”
I scarcely ever see a boy who haa
Right reserved to reject any or all
bids. Bids close February 3rd.— been drunken or dishonest or dis
sipated who, when he Is detected and
School District No. 6, Central) Point,
disgrace and the publicity of It stares
J.29 him In the face, does not flrat think
of hla mother and try to devise some
ELE CTION N IGH T
way In which he may pay the penalty
Endeavor o f the alone so that she may be spared the
Christian church will hold a special humiliation and the dtsgrnre attached
election next Sunday evening and to hla Irregularity. Even the worat
boy I have ever known has always
urge a good attendance.
wanted to appear well In the eyes of
This community is glad to wel hla mother, and to have her think
come Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Treichler, him worthy of respect
The mother does not always real
who have recently moved here from
Medford, and whose home is a short ize, I am sure, what an anchorage
ahe Is to her boy, no matter how
distance west of town.
widely separated they may be. No
matter how nearly men may lose re
spect for other women, there Is al
ways In their hearts a regard for her,
a desire to keep her lovs and her
confidence and her respect
“ What would your, mother think F
Mr. Painter and family who have I ask the boy who seems stubborn
been living in the north part of or Indifferent or headstrong. “ W’hat
town, have moved to their home would she wnnt you to do?"
There Is only one answer. The boy
northeast o f Central Point, on Bear
Is pretty far gone who will not bo
appealed to for hla mother's saks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Watt o f Med
ford were callers on the Hatfield
family last Sunday. A Mrs. Semple
was also one o f the party.
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Leighton McDowell, who has been
ill and out o f school, is sufficiently
recovered to resume his school work.
Mr. Fowler, who is filling the o f
fice o f county agent in addition to
F. M. Jonea is considerably im hia work as county club agent, was
proved in health, though not yet able in Central Point today and gave this
office a call.
to be in the jewelry store.
For Brave Massachusetts Guardsmen
Buttons covered at Faber’s.
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Sweet, T a s ty Meats
T H E C H O I C E O F THF. L A N D — A L W A Y S F R E S H A N D T E N D E R
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Tanlac, S. S. S.t* W r i f h t s Sm o ke ,'
V ic ks
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M enth olatu m, D e W a tts Goods.
“ Quality and Service"— Our Motto
Central Point Meat Market
I. D. LEWIS, Prop.
PAXSON DRUG CO.
T h e ?R & K aJU L S tore
Massachusetts takes the lead In the creation of an award to be give
to N a t i o n a l »¡nurd rnemtiers who p e r f o r m feats of unusual heroism outa ld s
file r egular line of duty The award la In the form of a hronze decoration, tbs
design f o r Which haa Just been a p p r o v e d , and from the standpoint o f merit
r equ ir ed will he on a p ar with ths Congressional Medal of Honor. It la
designed by John Francis I’aramlno.