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Central Point American
CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1926
S.O.PRESBYTERY sci,' F!T 7 ^ “ " “ WE,L BURBANK WAS
C ON V E N E S IN
B U R I E D IN
Before a large and appreciative
P R V T R
P O I N T
luJu‘nc,‘ the "P o in ter" benefit pr-’
I V / l i l 1 ¡jram was presented Friday
M EN’S GLEE CLUB TO G IV E
CONCERT A T G YM N ASIU M
The community o f Central Point
will enjoy a rare treat on Monday
afternoon, at 3:30 o ’clock,
19th, at the schoorgymnasium.' The
Men’s Glee Club o f the Bible Insti-
tue o f Los Angeles will give a con
cert at this time. The school will
be dismissed, so that the whole stu
dent body may enjoy
There are twenty-seven well trained,
capable men in this company, under
the direction o f the musical director
o f the Institute, J. C. Trowbridge,
which assures a most excellent pro
gram. There will be no admission
charges; but a silver offerin g will be
We ar>! r.iore than obliged
to Professor Jewett fo r his help in
making it possible for the boys and
girls to hear this program o f unusual
ON KLAMATH R.
I April 9, in the high school gymnas-
As a result o f a decision made
On Tuesday and Wednesday
o f lum.
Santa Rosa, Cal.— Luther Bur
known publicly the Indians o f the
this week the annual meeting of the
Included among the numbers on bank's dying wish that he be buried
Klamath reservation are enjoying
Presbyterian ministers o f southern the program were “ Visits From Book in his beloved garden, will be ful
life as they see fit.
Oregon was held at the Union church Land,” an original play written and filled.
Circuit Judge, A. L. Leavitt, an
in our city.
Burbank, world famous plant wi-
directed by the members o f the Jun
nounced the ruling that the Indians
The district includes the counties ior English class.
ard, creator o f delicately perfumed
are wards o f the government, and
Director, Harriette Snyder; Dia and rare tinted flowers and luscious
are immune from arrest by any but
Jackson and Lake.
Both ministers logue, Bertha
U. S. officials, while they remain on
and laymen were in attendance from Virginia Hathaway; Properties, Ra « iJow, Mrs. Elizabeth V.'stcrs Bur
the larger towns and also from the phael Benson; Stage Lighting, W il bank announced. The funeral serv
The whites who are inhabitants o f
smaller community centers where a lard Seymour; Uncle Tom ’s Cabin ices were private and only relatives
towns on the reservation have asked
Pyesbyterian church has been estab Freshmen; Rolls and Tumbles, H. S. and close friends
were in attend
for protection from the Indians be
Boys; The Twin-Six, Girls League ance.
cause o f the excessive use o f intoxi
On Tuesday evening the services The Courtin’ Soph., Literary Society,
A t the same hour a public mem
were opened with an'address by the The Charge o f the Light Brigade, orial service was held in Doyle Mem
Under present conditions both
Rev. Joseph W. Angell, pastor of the Seniors; Pyramus and Thisbe, A Bur orial park, a beautiful wooded area
state and county officers have no
church at Glendale.
This was in lesque from Shakespeare; Pyramous, wtih streams, trees and foliage,
control and any decision rendered
teresting and was followed with an Howard Dietrich; Thisbe,
Frances which is located on the outskirts of
President Clarence Parker; Prologue, Rose Stancliff; the city.
RESUME by local courts are illegal atjd thus,
Judge Ben Lindsay
o f BRICK
Greene, o f Albany College. Mr. The Wall, Eugene
O P E R A TIO N
The Denver, a life long friend o f the
Greene is a gentleman o f culture, Moon, Theron Brown; The
Lion, taining the remains of Burbank was
With all probability the Southern SCOUTS TO H A V ü TR A C K MEET
yet a man o f the people. He is a George Elden.
soms and flowers created by the nat-
Clay Products company will
man with whom anyone may converse
venerable plant wizard, spoke.
A regular meeting
and feel uplifted because o f his re C. P O IN T BOYS A LM O ST V IS IT
At the grave, as the casket con- resume operation Monday morning Point Boy Scouts troop No. 1 was
interest in mankind.
C R A TE R L A K E
lowered into mother earth amid blos-
held Tuesday night at which there
Greene gave up work in an eastern
uralist, Judge Lindsay read the fam tivity. The company has on hand a were 20 Scouts present.
On account o f a severe snow ous oration o f Robert Ingersoll, de contract fo r the sale * o f
college, to come west and establish
tions fo r the Boy Scout track meet
a college in* which young people with
livered at the grave o f the great
Scouts at Medford
limited means might attend and in and Scott Hamilton o f Central Point agnostic’s brother.
Saturday April 17, were discussed.
which all students must work some
The Masonic order, o f which
Central Point Troop No. 1 plans to
outside o f school toward his or her were forced to abandon their pro Luther Burbank was a distinguished clay to the brick yard have been
make Medford troops jump some,
This plan puts
all posed trip to Crater Lake Saturday. member, holding the 33d degree, o f submitted but as yet none have been
to Willard Seymore, as
Deep snow stopped the car at the ficiated at the service.
students on an equal social .basis.
The Rev. awarded.
sistant Scout Master. Two new boys
O f great interest to local residents
Mr. Greene stated last fall, when on entrance, from where they planned Caleb S. Dutton o f the Unitarian
were brought in as tenderfoot men-
a trip through southern Oregon, that to hike to the rim. A ^*esh snow church, who married Mr. and Mrs. is the starting o f this plant, some of
ebrs Tuesday night, Leroy Myers and
any student who had on hand the started at 7 o’clock in the evening Burbank ten years ago, spoke. Mem them being interested in a financial
the bers o f Santa Rosa lodge o f Elks way.
sum o f $150 when entering college, and threatened to “ snow ia”
would be guaranteed the year’s heavy car, so the party returned to o f which Burbank was a life mem
“ RED S" LOSERS
FISH IN G SEASON OPEN
schooling, with the
understanding Prospect fo r the night
ber, participated in the services in
They attended a play “ The A ri honor o f their departed brother and
that enough outside work would be
A t la.it Sundays meeting o f the
Sunrise today marked the opening Community Men's Bible class the
by the friend.
given him to provide means fo r him zona Cowboy,” presented
o f the fishing season which
to complete the year’s school work. Prospect high school and later a
Reds went down definitely to'd efeat
until late next fall.
This school is known as the “ self- dance given in the high school gym
Deputy State Fire Marshals Stokes season is a long one almost every when the Blues beat them fo r the
help college” and it is the only in nasium in honor o f Andy
day by 71 to 49; as the Blues were
and W o lf last week completed fire
stitution o f its kind west o f the forest ranger, who is being transfer surveys o f Meford, Ashland and Cen local fishing enthusiast who could already one in the land and there
Rockies. The ideas is a splendid one red from Prospect to Klamath Falls. tral Point. They were especially in arrange it, is enjoying the sport to is but one Sunday le ft the Reds
Sunday they spnt around Prospect
and appeals to the average student
could not possibly tie them, much
terested ni looking after the enforce
The low flow o f water in Rogue
until Tour o ’clock.
On their way
who is working his way through.
ment o f o new law passed by the last Rivor and the small amount o f snow less win.
In Mr. Greene’s address on Tues home they visited the Mill
The teacher and president being
legislature, which provides that all
day evening he spoke o f his heart’s F alls, and the Rogue River Gorge. rooming houses and hotels having in the mountain streams is deemed added to the count for last Sunday
desire, the building up o f Albany A ll are determined not to term more than ten rooms must have fire to be conducive to good angling.
made a total attendance o f 122 fo r
The season on bass opens June 16
College. He mentioned the univer their attempt as a faliure, but just gongs to warn guests in case o f fire.
and there are quite a few bass in
fact that a college hard luck. They plan to try
The red and blue captains, Messrs.
The two deputies inspected all such the sloughs and river channels now,
with a small enrollment, from 200 same thing again before the snow is hotels and lodging houses.
Cornutt and Isaacson, shook hands
it is reported. The bass season opens
to 600, perhaps, meets a personal gone.
and called it all o f f for the present
later than that fo r trout as the bass
need that does not exist in colleges
Included among local residents in arc not through spawning until later contest and agreed to be friends.
B IR T H D A Y S
I. G. Shaw read to the class the
Eagle Point Saturday were: Mr. and in the summer.
reason is because o f the closer con
list o f averages for the life o f the
Several o f our townspeople
lay Mrs. Doonald Ross, Mr. and Mrs. C.
tact with the teachers, and in this
class which for December was 62;
A N N U A L CHURCH M EETIN G
claim to birthdays in April, but three T. Hamilton, Richard Copinger, Miss
college the work which each student
March 105 3-4; fo r the past 18 weeks
who were born in the same year,
must do helps to make his education
The annual meeting o f the congre it was 127, and fo r this month 122.
Mrs. Ed I arra, Mrs. R. H. Paxson, Miss Nola Case beer, Miss Ruth Sea-
a practical one, teaching him the dig
churches By reason o f these high averages
and Dr. Heckman, met with their hrean, Miss Margaret Collins, Mrs. gation o f the Federated
nity o f labor and fittin g him fo r a
this class has been kept among the
families at the home o f Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Hoagland, Mrs. Guy Eddie, will be held in the church on Fri
real life o f usefulness. The writer
big ones o f the United States and
Paxson on Mrs. Paxson’s birthday,
o f this column has met Mr. Greene
several times it has headed the list
April 7. and were entertained social mor. Miss Floris Skyman, Lester Hi- portance o f this meeting should be
personally at a previous time and is
o f large classes.
ly during the evening. May they genbotham, Jerome Smith, C lifford stressed by all our people.
enthusiastic over the fact that this col
By unanimous vote the class don
meet on many more similar oc
lege meets requirements o f the U. S.
Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Batty form ated the entire collection fo r
Standardizing College Board and at
A surprise “ house warming” party erly o f Central Point but now o f day to the Salvation Army knowing
the same time meets the real need
was given on Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Merrill, Oregoh, are being entertain that in this way the money would
BUYS PLA C E
o f the people.
Poague at their new residence at the ed by Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Faber go where it would do the greatest
Mr. Greene’s talk was followed
Mr. nnd Mrs. Haskins, who are west side o f the ctiy last Thursday during their stay here in connection good.
with a brief address by Dr. Thomp moving here from Klamath aounty, night. Those present were Mr. and with the Southern Oregon Presby
A fte r some discussion regarding
son, o f Portland, the synodical exe have purchased the Stancliffe prop Mrs. Vincent, Mr. and Mrs. Hedg- tery.
the coming feed it was decided to
cutive fo r Oregon. He is the rep erty near Central Point. This place peth, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Kindle,
make it strictly a “ Stag” a ffa ir and
Following the regular meeting o f at a later date to put on a big picnic
resentative fo r the board o f national contains 16 acres.
Consideration, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Williams and
the Rehekahs Wednesday night the feed and invite the ladies. The date
missions and in his address spoke o f »7,600.
daughter Lucy, Mr. and Mrs. Bert
members were entertained with re- for the coming feed will be set at
the line in which he was interested.
Peck, Mesdames Ed Farra, Copinger,
nl„ L „ , _ r ,
freshments o f ice cream through the a later date.
On Wednesday afternoon the Rev.
To be the first Japanese girl ever
Y I courtesy o f the Damon Cafe
W. L. Van Nuys, o f Portland, gave registered at O. A. C. is the distinc-1 “ nd i DMt
I. G. Shaw informed the class that
a talk on "Christian Education in the tion claimed by Yoshiko Kanemura,
there had been several applications
Jim Ross, an enthusiastic local
Home, Church and Community.” In freshman in commerce. Miss Kane
Our friend G. L. Myers, whose fisherman, inaugurated the fishing to the Employment Bureau fo r lab
th is he spoke o f the new interest
mura. a native o f Honolulu, Hawaii, < aug ter, Mrs. Burgdorff, recently season this morning by catching the orers and that the Bulletin board, lo
that is being taken and the attention came to San Francisco two years ago. underwent an operation for the re
cated in the entrance to the hall,
limit allowed fo r trout in less than
given to the establishment o f Bible She later took the steamer to Port- moval o f goitre, reports that
bore these requests; lets all take
she two hours on the Rogue River.
schools in the state. In many towns land, where she attended Washington passed through the operation in good
'time to.look over this board and nee
these are conducted in the summer high school fo r four years. Her first ! condition, according to report from
the possibilities o f such a bulletin.’
The $6.50 ad for the program to
time and are very helpful to boys and train ride was in coming to* Corval
hospital in Portland,
night which was run in the Central
girls. He also emphasized the much lis last month. Being strange to the '
The girls league, an organization
Point American last week was do-
talked o f subect o f better
home customs o f this country, she did not
o f girls recently installed at the high
O R. Pankey will leave Saturday nated by them to fhe Pointer fund,
training fo r children.
school, is giving a party fo r its mem
know what the tickets were for. A for Portland, where he is a delegate j — Central Pointer,
The closing session came on Wed
bers Friday night April 16, in the
hort explanation by the conductor of the A. O. U. W. o f Central Point,
As there are no boys
nesday evening with a large crowd j remedied the difficulty.,
at the Oregon Grand
Mr. Court Snyder, who was in a
in attendance and the main speaker j
allowed in this league half o f the
Pankey expects to visit a sister at Portland hospital last winter,
was the Rev. Nelson o f Phoenix. His
members will don men’s clothing and
Coy Brown, son o f M. O. Bdown Eugene on his way to Portland.
talks are always good.
escort the other half to the party.
is a pledge member o f Theta Epsil
same institution for further treat
This will be the first social function
Last, but by no means least, should on, local fraternity at the Oregon
The members o f the “ Night Hawk” ment.
the league has put on.
be mentioned the delicious lunch i Agricultural college, which was re orchestra o f Corvallis, who are now
served to the guests by the ladies | cently granted a charter in Beta Kap- fillin g a seasons engagement at the
W. A. Cowley, form erly mayor o f
Mins Ethel Inlow, local high school
o f the church, on W ednesday noon. pa. national fraternity. The fra te r - . air grounds, were her« Monday night I this city, but now d leading merchant
student, was rushed to the Sacred
Central Point people are glad to ! " '* y trill be installed as Lambda and were at the Gateway Theatre o f Dunsmuir, Calif., recently an- Heart hospital Tuesday afternoon
have a gathering o f this kind, and | chapter April 23 and 24, making the j dance.
nounced his candidacy fo r council
and was immediately operated
we trust the visitors will ha4e a ! fourth chapter on the coast and the
man o f that city.
fo r appetylicitia. Reports received
kindly remembrance o f their stay i eleventh in the nation. Coy Brown
Mrs. .Showalter who moved from
here late today indicate Mias Inlosr's
graduated from the Central Point here to Seattle several years ago. was
Martin W itte purchased a new condition as satisfactory.
' high school with the class o f ’24, in town W ednesday meeting
her Chevrolet roadster Saturday.
A . F. Smith o f Medford was in where he was Student Body Tress many friends. Mr». Showalter ia en
John Freese o f Arizona enroute
the city transacting business with the urer. manager o f the “ Pointer, 1 route to her home in Seattle from
Msry A. Mee, enjoyed the visit to Washington,
ia visiting at the
Southern Oregon Clay Products earn- ¡«Iso prominent in all athletics and , lx.» Angele, and is the guest o f Mrs ! o f Mrs. J. A. Doron o f Phoenix yea home o f Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Hamil
nano oost aeJ a e
. _ I
s .‘ : a ;
pany yesterday. *
, Kyle, o f Medford.