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THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 192fi
CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
S A R A H E L IZ A B E T H M cD O N O U G H
A P L E A S A N T B IR T H D A Y P A R T Y
Sarah Eliaabeth McDonough paw
The county meeting o f the P. T. A.
was held in Ashland at the Lithia ed away at her home in Ashland
hotel on April 3rd, Mr*. Arn»piger Sunday evening after a long illnesa.
acting a* chairman because of the ; The deceased was bom in Lafayette.
absence of both the president and Indiana, November 28, 1856 and was
70 years, 4 month* and 13 days of
The forenoon was mostly taken age at the time o f her death. Mrs.
up with the giving o f reports from McDonough has made her home in
Ashland for the past 10 years and
various circles o f the county.
The district* reporting were Bell- ten years previous to that she made
view, Central Point. West Side, Oak her home in Central Point, and has
Grove, Reese Creek, Ashland and lived for short times in other parts
o f Jackson county. Five children
Superintendent Briscoe o f Ash are left to mourn the departure o f
land, gave a talk on the advisability this loved one, Mrs. C. R. Fifefield
of establishing the free text-book of Grants Pass, Oregon; ’ !«*. O. O.
system. This was at the close of Wingfield of Tennant, California;
A. G. Beal o f The Dalles, Oregon;
the morning session.
About 40 delegates were served R. H. Beal o f St. Helens, Oregon,
luncheon in the private dining room and H. E. Beal of Medford; also two
step-daughters. Miss Margaret Mc
o f the hotel.
At 1:30 the meeting was again Donough, of Klamath Falls, and Mrs.
called to order. Some left-over re Vivian Zanzow, o f Gilroy, California.
ports were read, after which Mrs. Also a host of friends and neighbors.
Mrs. McDonough was a member of
John Roger, chairman of the pro
the Rebekah lodge at Ashland, hav,
gram committee, took charge.
A fine program was rendered, ing transferred there from Central
consisting of vocal and instrumental Point where she was a charter mem
solos; a talk by Mrs. Louis Dodge, ber o f the Hope Rebekah Lodge
o f Ashland; reading from a “ Child number 14. She was also a mem
Welfare Magazine” by Mrs. Powell, ber of W. H. Harrison post o f the
Ashland; a reading by Dr. Mattie Woman’s Relief Corps Number 27
Shaw, o f Ashland. The reading was of Central Point and a member o f
the Methodist church at Jacksonville,
entitled, “ Work.”
During the morning session an in having united with the church when
vitation to hold the next meeting in she was living in that city.
The funeral was held at the Pearl
Medford, was extended. This was
accepted and a committee appointed Funeral Home on Tuesday afternoon
to fix the date, which date will be at 2:30 o’clock, Rev. J. M. Johnson
officiating. The interment was in
the first Thursday in November.
The committee on officers for the the Central Point cemetery.
coming year reported as follows:
F IR S T FISH O F SE A SO N
Mrs. C. E. Bolds, president; Mrs.
As we go to press our neighbor,
Loomis, secretary; Mrs. F. J. Frick,
John Ross, presented our home with
a large plate o f trout, the first we
Central Point was entitled to five
have seen this season.
delegates. They attended and were
They look mighty good and we
as follows: Mrs. Lathrop, Mrs. J.
II. Snyder, Mrs. Luther Stancliffe, have promise o f something “ differ
Mrs. Florence Stephenson and Miss ent” for our press day dinner.
John lost no time getting started
up the Rogue this morning it being
J. T. Fry and wife are today cel the opening day of the season.
ebrating their 4‘Jth wedding anniver
N O T E D M IN IST E R GONE
sary. May they live to enjoy many
more such occasions.
B. V. Hinson, pastor of the East
You can gat a sack o f hard wheat Side Baptist church in Portland, re
cently passed away after a brief ill
flou r at Faber G rocery at $2.00.
Mrs. J. E. Boswell is spending this
Mr. Hinson was known throughout
week with Mrs. Swartz.
the nation as an able speaker. He
spoke In Medford last January, a
Clean up prices on Messaline and number o f our people hearing him at
T a ffe ta silks.— Fabers.
A very pleasant evening was spent
at the home of Lester and Elizabeth
Scott Tuesday evening by a number
of young people. The evening was
spent in games, music and singing
after which refreshment*
served by Mrs. Scott anW Miss Violet
t Those present to help spend this
pleasant evening were: Donna Mor
ton, Ruth Webster, Eliaabeth South-
Reams, Loomis Davidson, Elizabeth
Scott, Rera Davidson, Hildegard Por
ter, Amy Johnson, Ardis Casad,
Ethelyn Scott, George Elden, Gene
Reams, Harry Elden, Philip Ham
rick, ■ Lester Scott, Edward Stanley,
Harold Morton, Perry Johnson, Ther-
on Brown, Joe Collier and Everette
The 12th annual Jackson county
track and field meet, of which Cen
tral Point high school has been the
winner for the past five succesaive
years, will be held at the fair grounds
Saturday, April 24. Beginning at 9
o’clock, with J. D. Beeson as man
ager. This meet is known as the
small town and rural. Ten towns
and thirty rural schools will take
part. The two past years it has been
the policy o f the management to
make a small charge at the gate.
This year they wish to announce that
you bring your lunch, hot coffee will
be served at tjie grounds and no
charge be made to the grandstand.
There will be no lunch concession, as
in the past. The confection conces
sion will be the same.
M E E T O F P. T . A.
Mrs. F. A. Hall o f Medford was
calling on Mrs. Geo. Fox Wednesday.
If you like tales o f the wide open
The American does all kinds of spaces, o f strong hates and strbng
printing If it can be printed— we loves, you will enjoy the romance
of the mountain West, “ The Ranger
can do it.
of the Big Pines,” a Vitagraph pic
In addition to their present stock ture which will open Saturday and
Leavers’ Hardware Store has added Sunday at the Gateway Theatre. It
a complete line of plumbing fixtures. tells of a man’s struggle between
love and pride, besides the struggles
Why take your cars to Medford between the guardians and invaders
when you can get a better job for
less money at the Independent Gar of the forests o f Wyoming.
age at Central Point.
adv liam Van Dyke directed this pictur-
ization o f Hamlin Garland’s popular
Mr. and Mrs. Hatfield and Mr. and novel, “ Cavanagh, Forest Ranger,”
Mrs. Neal motored to Grants Pass in which Kenneth Harlan is featured.
S E R V IC E
S T A T IO N
Through recent business transac
H A N D S A G A IN
tions in Portland, attorney W. G.
Trill has received the local agency
Joseph Martin o f Medford who re
for the Intermountain Building and
cently bought th e'B on A ir service
station north o f the city, has ex
Leon Boomer, a prominent man changed the station for land o f S.
of the younger set, recently pur J. and C. E. Turner.
chased a Near-a-Car, from Harold
Morten, the Tribune paper carrier of
A certain young lady who will
graduate this spring is expecting a
ni<^ watch or piece o f jewelry as
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Morris of the a graduation gift. Why disappoint
Table Rock district were in the city her? See Jones, the Jeweler.
last night attending the dance at the
The young lady who was looking
a graduation gift for a young
City water superintendent James
Cummings, irrigated the city park man dropped into Jones’ Jewelry
Store last week and liar troubles
this morning with the fire hose.
were soon ended.
A $2.00, 1926 Road, Radio and
Railway map Oregon, Washington,
F o r Sale----N ew set o f
California, U. S., as a premium, at costin g $100. W ill sell at quick sale
Mary Mee’s drug store. Ask about at $ 6 5 .— Joe L ow d erm ilk .
In qu ire
— 2t at T a b le R ock Store.
M. M. Kindle and Ed
Vincent V V 5 % V W A V W w V V V W A ’ A V / A W A V W M W A V A W A V V V V V \
connected with the Beebe & Kindle
Service stations, will be among the
guests o f H. O. Frobach, dealers of
General Gasoline products in South
ern Oregon, at a dinner at the Cave
men’s grotto at the Redwoods hotel
at Grants Pass on Friday evening,
April 16. These dinners are given
several times each year, the last hav
ing been at the Lithia hotel in Ash
land. Officials from the Portland
office will be present at the affair,
according to Mr. Frobach.
Special Terms for
Under the driection o f foreman C.
A. Morris, the construction work for
the new high school building has been
progressing rapidly. The
room has been excavated, a shed for
cement has been constructed and the
forms for the pouring o f the cement
for the foundation will be completed
Watch for Announcement
PAUL’S ELECTRIC STORE
Brick Ice Cream at D am on C a fe
Carl Loveland’s New Orchestra
April 17 .
EAGLE POINT DANCE
E xtra L a rg s C ot. tw o Bellow * P ocket*. High G rade Cloth. Extra
Button* e a C a ff* . L args Slaava*. W atch Chain Button H ols, T ripla
Sitck sd, •- R attan fro n t,
C O M r IN A N D SEE T H E M
, , 2J
»Oc and $1 00
Starling n t h * , fa ll tisa, good
S I .90
Starilo* unke, >«<11 siso, $ oa. d o t h
•YOU M U ST LO O K
L IN E — N o
L IL L IE J A N E BR E N N E R
Lillie Jane Brenner passed away
A bargain in silk at Fabers.
Included among the Hotel Central
at her home one mile northwest of
Central Point April 12, from a com guests arc Mr. and Mrs. Gus Palmer I
Old Tim e D ance Friday nite, Jass
plication o f diseases. Aged 61 years, o f Spokane, C. H. Rose of Portland,
D ance M onday nite. U nited Artisans
2 month's, 14 days. She was born Elliot M. Johnson, E. D. Hoag and j
7 .piece o rch estra .— G atew ay Theatre
in Hancock county, Illinois, January son, Leon C. Hughs and family o f j
28, 1876, and at Warsaw, Illinois, Medford, G. M. Gregary o f Anheim,
I.. H. Root and family spent Sun on January 18, 1900 she was mar California, J. Sears o f Portland, Jos
day o f last week near Roseburg at ried to John Brenner and to this eph Miksonsky and J. W. Sanders o f
the home o f their daughter.
union were born four children, two Malin, Oregon, and J. W. Angclls of
son* and two daughters. Mrs. Homer Glendale.
L. N Schwartz and Jack South- Scholar, Butte Falls, Oregon; Mrs.
well left this morning for the Bill
Attorney W. G. Trill returned
Clifford Webber, Klamath Palls,
Dunn place near the mills, where
from Portland where he
Oregon, and two sons, Donald and
they will begin the erection of a
Truman, living at the home and was attending to his business inter
three grandchildren. She was a ests and visiting relatives. Mr.
member o f the Methodist church, Trill made the trip by motor with
Mr*. Annie Wright, mother of Mrs.
and the family had been residents Mr. and Mrs. ijarry Debuque and re
F. O. Cochran, Is reported to be quite
o f the Central Point community for ports weather conditions in the
poorly this week.
the past 14 years. Funeral services I nor*nern P
* * ‘ he »Ute are very
similar to those here.
were held at the residence Wednes
Mr. and Mr*. George March and
day at 2 p. m., Rev. J. M. John
Over 135 persons were^present at
daughter Delva, were guests at the
son, officiating. Interment in Jack
the dance at the Gateway Theatre
home o f Mr. and Mrs. Albert
sonville cemetery. The Perl Funeral
last night. The dance was given by
Daugherty on West Eleventh street
Home had .charge o f funeral ar
and for the benefit o f the Central ^
Medford, where they attended the rangements.
Point Rebekah lodge. Jack Fletcher, j
wedding of George Hartley and |
a dusky youth enrnute to Seattle,
U N IO N C H U RCH
danced the Charleston as a feature
Trad* at hom< a and «ava tima a*
Title o f the Sunday school lesson; dance, for which he receiverf $2.48
wall ss m oaay.
“ The Parables of Jesus.” Matt. 13. from the crowd.
One of the most imporant lessons
E. H. Pomroy, local orchardist.
Edward Minnie, first grade stud we will have.
ent, iVll on a water pipe where the
T h e question: "What
Would well known for his delicious peaches,
workmen have been excavating for Jesus D o?" will be the subject of the was engaged Tuesday in hauling
some fregiht from the local S. P. of
the boiler room, breaking two per sermon in the morning service.
fice to his home. Mr. Pomroy pre
manent teeth this morning. Donald ’’ Looking Ahead; or Watching the
diets a fine peach crop this year if i
Wilson a high school student took Highway," will be the subject for
the trees get plenty o f water.
discussion in the evening.
him home in his car.
The annual meeting o f the congre
Mr. Broadnck o f Chicago, foot
Mr. and Mrs C A. Morris and gation will he held in the church on comfort expert from the personal
children hr.ve moved into the Whit-
The j »taff o f Dr W M. Scholl, the rec-
lach house west o f the school grounds importance o f thia meeting should ognixed foot authority.
Mr. Migris is foreman o f the new ^ »tressed by all our people,
Wednesday conducting a special foot
high school building which is being
J. M. Johnson, Pastor,
demonstration at Faber’s '
store. A large number of local peo- j
pie were presenh
All th. ladies #f the community
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--------------- (erected in the final parti I K i ^ O . X a X . n ^ p p
¿ T ,
Mrs. Guy Tex and Mr.
for the P. T. A to be held at the St.. M< edford.
Mrs. Tom Pankey are enjoying
rymnaaiim on Friday evening April
the balmy weather o f today by pic- I
Better repairing and recondition nicing on the Rogue, also of course;
30th, are asked to meet at the gym
nasium »n Monday afternoon. April
Mr. Tex and Mr. Pankey are among
19th at 2 o'clock to make the nec
the many local fishermen rroxrding
B rick Ice C ream at D am en C afe. the banks.
STRONG H A TE AN D LO V E
J. H. McJimpsey was in Medford
W’ ednesday on business.
O verall. Wait* and Bibb
T e get q a a ltiy and the lawn*! p rice fo r yaa__
B. P. Thiess & Co.
STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER”