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About Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1925-1927 | View This Issue
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1926
CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
exchange and Northwestern Shippers'
SUNDAY RED LE TTE R D AY FOR Many clubs, lodges, schools, and civic be known as Trinity church it Is an Traffic league, and Involves virtually
and other organizations throughout
MEN'S BIBLE CLASS
all railroads operating in this state.
the entire field o f Copco service have
At an election held for creation of
In two hard fought game« the
Ernest Pulliam of Boise and Hubert
I.ast Sunday was a busy one for availed themselves o f the opportun a super-road district, with the object
Medford high basketball team de
ity to see these interesting pictures
Mock of Sardinia. O.. were killed in
feated the Ashland high team on the the Community Men’s Bible class; without charge
The Parent-Teach eventually of building a highway from stantly when the automobile In which
local floor by the score o f 22 to*18 not only was there a good attend ers Association o f the Roosevelt Medford to the Oregon caves, the pro
last Friday night and on Saturday ance, thebe was also a large amount School, in Medford, the Table Rock ject was decisively beaten by a vote of thuy and two companions were riding
night on the Ashland floor by a score
went over a grade on the Old Ore
Community Club, the Roseburg Ki-
o f* 23'to 21." ° A "recoVddlreakTng at^ ! o f work done. The total attendance wanis Club, Roseburg Rotary Club, 688 to 1000.
gon trail near Unity station, about 20
Yeggmen blew the safe of the Brook
tendance witnessed these games for the day o f 116, brougnt up the and various other groups over a wide
miles southwest of Baker. Bradley
whir*: were the most exciting games general attendance from the date o f area have recently seen these films. field Quarry & Towage company at
A a^xten sive schedule has been Astoria and escaped with the strong Poston and Charles Smith were in
o f the season in Southern Oregon I th<1 foundin|f o f the r |.M to an aver-
in Frid ay» gBtne the first half
arranged fo r further showings of
ended 11 to 11.
Throughout the j “ * • o f 100 •ach Sund*F ?r \2 0 0 .,or these Copco pictures, as the Great box containing $7685.12 in cash, checks
Authorization for the expenditure of
entire game first one side was ahead the 12 Sundays on which the class er Medford Club will see them next and negotiable securities, besides a
$25.000 from federal highway funds for
and then the other ahead which made has met.
Friday night, February 26th, and on number of papers.
location surveys on four Oregon pro
it aJI the more exciting. The sec
These figures show only those who Saturday evening, February 27th,
A petition was filed with Governor
ond half opened with Ashland taking
the West Side Community Club near
jects has been given by the secretary
In the las» part o f the
Medford, has arranged fo r a show Pierce urging that Henry R. Crawford of agriculture. The highways affected
third quarter Medford forged ahead opening o f the business session o f the ing.
Wednesday night, March 5th, of Marion county be appointed a mem
after failing repeatedly to score.
class, any who came later not being the Centra! Point -Parent-Teachers ber of the Oregon state fair board tc are Canyon City to Burns. Sand creek
In Saturday's game Ashland held
Association will see them at its meet succeed Wayne Stuart of Albany, wbc to Crater lake park boundary, Wapini-
the lead most o f the time, the end of
ing. On March 12th the pictures
tia to Mount Hood national forest
The lowest count fo r one Sunday will be taken to Eagle Point to be has left the state.
the third quarter.
Medford was in
boundary and Heppner to Spray.
the lead at the end o f the third since the class was first organized shown before a combinîd gathering
H. H. Corey, chairman of the public
Immediate relief for 18 Oregon coun
quarter by only two points, the was 38 men and the highest 216. The o f townspeople and school children
service commission, has returned to
score being seventeen to fifteen.
average attendance per Sunday for there, under auspices o f the local Salem from Washington, D. C., where ties and one In Washington which have
Medford outplayed and outgeneraled
lost tax payments through the return
Ashland in the last quarter and with the past 7 Sundays has been 131
These Copco pictures show South he attended a hearing in connection
a two-point lead resorted to their each meeting.
i ern Oregon scenery, insluding Cra with the proposed railroad develop of the Oregon & California railroad
grant lands to the federal government
stalling game which drove the Ash
Sixty Blues and 54 Reds last Sun ter Lake and Diamond Lakes, dedic ment in central Oregon.
land fans into a frenzy.
under the act of 1916. is provided in
day sent the Reds flag down again. ation o f Copco Two Power Plant,
Evans, o f the University o f Ore
the entire Medford-Salem champion * Elimination of governmental em a bill Introduced by Senator Stanfield
ship football game, the Armistice pioyes who have ceased to be neces
The preliminary Friday night was on deciding the winners in the “ feed” Day parade in Medford, with the sary since war and immediate postwar In the senate, under which the coun
ties affected would receive approxl-
between the H. E. C. A. Club and contest which ends the first Sunday Medford-Ashland football game fol
conditions have passed was asked in niatoly $4,911,000.
the Agricultural Club o f the local
high school with the- Agricultural in April.
interesting items, including Auto Ra a resolution passed by the Albany
During last Sunday's business ses ces at the Jackson County Fair chamber of commerce, to be forwarded
Club winning lit to 11.
S PE CI A L!
In the preliminary Saturday night sion the following plans were accept Grounds.
the Medford girls defeated the Ash ed— fo r the most part unanimously:
The most recent picture shows the
If the state dairy and food commis
land girls 26 to 14.
Ladies' 65c Hose
Universal Pictures Corporation pro
On Monday night, in a one-sided
duction unit, a regular Hollywood sioner desires to publish a quarterly
game Medford defeated Klamath in one o f the rooms in Cowley hall, concern, engaged in filming the Lum bulletin under an act of 1923, he must
H A T FI EL D 'S
Falls 24 to 4. The Klamath team where the class teacher and officers berjack photoplay, “ Crashing Tim
made their entire score on fouls. In can carry on the work o f the class, bers” , which they have just finished obtain from the emergency board an
W. G. T R IL L
the preliminary the Medford girls
taking in the Klamath county. Cel appropriation covering its cost. It is
Attorney-at-Law— Notary Public
defeated the Phoenixgirls 42 to 3. and where committees can report, or ebrated moving picture stars arc announced in an opinion handed down
The Medford girls did qpme very members o f the class can call to plan shown in action, including Viola Da by the attorney-general.
fine basket shooting. Mr. Young o f any future work.
na and adorable little Billie Kent
Ashland and Miss G riffin o f Medford
This office is to be open each day Schaeffer, five-year old child actor,
refereed the games.
in many interesting poses. “ Bozo” , made in the near future to determine
The eleetion held last week for during certain hours for the above the tree-climbing dog. is also shown whether or not the state has sufficient
m T I iwii m C y JT\ ire iwi i i f W w l
the erection o f a super-road district purposes, and at other time closed “ doing his s tu ff” for the Copco cam
hospitals to care for incurable dis
from the Caves was defeated 1168 to to allow the class officers to attend eraman.
eases. The decision to start this sur
688, a majority against o f 280. to book work connected with the
Jacksonville, which would have been
vey was reached by the state board of
S PEC IA L!
greatly benefited went against it by
health at its annual meeting at Hot
This office will also be used by the
a vote o f 137 to 76. It lost in Med
Ladies’ 65c Hose
ford by a majority o f only 7, this class teacher who is preparing for a
vote being 470 against and 463 for. lecture to be given at a later date.
Bridge operations planned by the
By defeating this greatly beneficial
state highway department during the
These preparations are necessarily
measure. Southern Oregon has lost
present year include the construction of
a splendid opportunity for attracting quite elaborate as is required by the
Don’t fail to read the ads. They several spans on the route of the
additional tourists and money to this subject, which, while o f very great
may meet your needs.
Roosevelt coast highway, according to
interest to everybody and is rapidly
The city council last week passed
announcement made by C. B. McCul
an ordinance prohibiting the riding
ORE. NEW S ITEMS OF SPE C IA L lough. bridge engineer for the depart
o f bieyrles on any sidewalk in the been presented from
IN TE R E ST
city, the penalty being a fine o f fR.m platform.
five to fifty dollars. They also de
Because ill health would prevent
The first presentation is to be in
An epidemic of Influenza Is affect her frotn any longer having personal
cided to hire a dog-catcher to round
up all unlicensed dogs.
ing almost every home in Westport.
charge of the historic Brunner building
Earl C. Gaddis, ex-mayor, has been to go to the class for the founding
Fire destroyed the plant and stock in Jacksonville. Mrs. Alice Applegaio
reappointed by Mayor Alenderfer to o f a Sick and Benevolent Fund to
serve a five-year term on the city
of the Cottage Grove Packing company Sargent deeded that structure and her
water commission. His term as a be administered by a committee .of at Cottage Grove.
collection of relics contained therein
member had just expired and his re class members and used in any
Walter Dloamdohl. 36, a logger at to the Native Daughters' organization
appointment was unanimously ap emergency case o f need.
proved by the commission.
A Free Employment Bureau
is Maxvllle. was struck by a Falling tree
Wednesday o f last week the Pyth also to be established in this office and died from his Injuries.
Hearing of transportation rates on
ian Sisters gave s card party for the
livestock In Oregon has been set for
With over 100 dairymen in attend
benefit o f the
Pythian Home at Vancouver, Wash with the work to be had in the sur ance. the Oregon dalrymeu's annual March 10 in Portland, the public serv-1
ice commission has announced. The
ington. Five hundred was enjoyed rounding country.
convention was held at Astoria.
by the large number present. Mrs.
for the hearing was filed
These features will prove o f ines
The congregation of the Presbyter by the Cattle and Horse Raisers’ asso- I
James Stewart won first prize for
the Indies and Thomas Judge, first timable value to the city and com ian church at Phoenix has decided to
elation of Oregon. Portland Livestock j
prize for the men. Mrs. Earl Moore munity as a whole. A committee of build at once a new church edifice.
and W. R. Gaylord won the boobey three was appointed to visit a mem
prizes. A t a late hour delicious re
More than 100 editors, publishers
ber who was slowly recovering from
freshments were served.
and printers throughout the state at
The local De Molay basketball a severe attack o f sickness.
tended the eighth Oregon newspaper 1
It was agreed by all that Easter
team defeated the Prospect team at
conference at Eugene.
the Armory last Wednesday night by Sunday should be a sort o f “ open
the score o f 16 to 7. Knips and Dem- day” and only those who have no
Corvallis was selected for the 1927 I
mer were high point men.
other place to which they care to convention of the Oregon Retail Mer- |
The one hour parking law is now
chants' association, which held its 22d
being rigidly enforced. Any motor go fo r the special services will be
annual meeting at Eugene.
ist parking in the restricted areas
James, the 5-months-oId son of Mr
for more than the usualhour will be o f the class agreed to be there to
subject to prosecutions from now on. meet those who cared to come.
and Mrs James Gwillim of Riverton.
Keith Cole, form er Medford boy,
In compliance with the o ffe r made I near Marshfield, was burned to death :
and fi>r some time with the Frank &
before the class was founded “ a wh*n the family home caught fire.
King Theatrical Company, is now in
charge o f an orchestra furnishing Bible Answer fo r any Bible ques- j George E Griffith of Oregon City |
music for Alburtua,
Alburtu*. who was
wan at the
th* | lion, I. (•.
followini | was reappointed a member of the state-
Shaw read the following
an- board of barber's examiners. His com
T lr»tV hr ? t,‘r " ‘'"w * * >'V*.r **"• in , question— "A ft e r death is there an
Ia ft, < alifornm. Mr. Cole’s orehes-
His mission rovers a period of four years
tra will be with Alburtu. while Frank °
ch* nce *° be “ vedT
A King are playing an engagement i “ nswera were read from the Bible
Blnger Herman, ex representative
in n Bakersfield theater.
'as follows, 1st John 5-9-10, Mathew from Oregon and ex-commissioner of
Local Presbyterians are consider 7:13-14, Mark 15:16, John 3:3. 3:36, the United States general land office,
ing plans for the erection o f a new 6:28-29, 8 :?4, Romans 1:16.
observed his *3d birthday anniversary
The lesson was found in Acts 42 at Roseburg Friday.
The Jacksonville Chamber o f Com
The annua] convention of the W il
merce held a very successful benefit and 43.
Hey Reds! The Blues have slipped lamette Valley Cleaners and Byers, an
dance in the United States Hall last
Saturday night. A sumptuous sup- something over on you and have or organization embracing firms all the I
por was served by the Royal Neigh ganized.
way from Salem to Roaehurg. will be j
bors at midnight.
— By a Red held in Eugene Wednesday.
numbers were furnished during the
evening by members o f the Al G.
Some of the citizens of Harrisburg I
Story Stock Company and splendid COPCO M O V I E S
M AKE H IT want the new trans-Willamette bridge
music was furnishcl by the Para
W HERE TH EY ARE SHOWN
on the Pacific highway at that town I
mount (tre he sir a o f Medford.
“ Copco Current Events” , being called "John B. Yeon." In honor of the I
Th. Oregon National Guard En
>■ moving pictures taken by th. I ex member of the highway commie !
campment will be held at Camp Jack-
Conco Cameraman which show rc.—nt .ion
sop, Medford, June 14 to 28.
happenings in Southern Oregco, are
Thorr is a standing reward o f two making
a decided hit where shown. I Trinity Episcopal rhureh. moated at j
bundled dollars fo r the conviction
: the head of Wall street. New York. Is '
***> p»T»on guilty o f abuse to dogs
in the way o f forced starvation, mal Association" Jh.w*'headquarters' n'ri- *? I!" * ? *
, Central Point. Oregon
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treatment and poisoning offered by in Mcdmord.
head of Wall street In Bend, to
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