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About The American. (Central Point, Or.) 1928-1936 | View This Issue
The Asbury Beall rand
.1 quite a
busy place to go as thiru are several
' hundreds of sheep being sheared
there. There are two machines hand
led by four men at work from day
light until dark each day.
Ernest Scott has just completed
painting his residence to which he
recently built a larger addition.
Mrs. Mary Clarkson has as house
guests this week. Mrs. W.C. Parsons
and Miss Carllne Moore of Reding
ridge, Connecticut. The ladles ire
delighted with the Rogue River Va)
ley. They plan to spend part of the
winter here and two months at Long
liv.-ach, Calforula with Mrs. Clarkson
as their guest there.
Grape thieves are busy In the vino
yards at night. Two
Monday evening and taken to town
The owners will gladly give them
grapes the the day time but promise
a warm reception at night when they
Mrs. 11. L. Sanderson and Mrs Roy
Jones were business visitors in Ash
Mr. ad Mrg. K. P Stone and Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Jones attended the ao
rtal affair given by the Eastern Star
Lodge at Medford Wednesday night.
Mrs. Mary Grim was able to be up
for thv first time Thursday morning
after her recent illness.
Among those from Central Point
will be III at choice, for fashion report- who will attend the Oregon State
B TO the faiirle wLlcb la out-
are already placing emphasis on brmvi Normal at Ashland this fall are Merle
sisruilng at the present moment,
for fall, ttoftly lallmed effects ilis
it Is witln by «lay iui O satin by night,
Dorothy Jones, Ruth
liiigulsli the very smart and very
which ralgnN lupranfe In the mode.
Cash and Evelyn Smith.
wi-aralile costume pictured to the lef
The style-wlw* woman who Is seeking
Delmar Smith and Oliver Oben-
This live o'clock in edible which Is
tu replenish her mhlseasoii wardrobe
or phi lining her fail t-osium«?» will, if of black crape satin emlor es the Jack chaln left ibis week
she has nut already done so. «Uncover et suit styling, with draped collar o| where they will attend Oregon State
K. lf satin. The blouse Is of pale pink College and Charles Taylor left Mon
that there Is simply •«'• g*I ling away
from sotln elllid for spo-ts wear or
day for Eugene to attend the Unlv
the formal evening gown or for the
As to satin for the even'lig frock erslty of Oregon.
popular pajama fashions.
word from I'nrls, ns In fact from all
Miss Dorothy Jones and Miss
NotwIHistarHlIiiK its s*p«e-t of luxury,
style cep ers. reassures as to a con
satin, whether It I-«• white or In pasli‘1 tliiuanee of its triumphs. We nr. Francis Faber will leave Friday with
colors, owing Vo the tint that H tuba showing In the miniature panel at tin- Mrs. Mabel Mack the home demon
|*»rfe(ily, has proven conclusively that
top a lovely f >r: k : i I gown m ule of stratlon agent to attend the state
It la as pnit tlnrt as *t Is «Tile for the
re e-Ivory an I In. The neckline of tills fnlr at Salem. They will represent
Kinking of the apons wttrt ainc. Whlcli
etui rilling lire - -III! ' rdn-s to Ihe vogue Jackson county In the cooking dem
accounts for th*> cntliBSluam with
which calls I'm s illy lied hows. The
onst rut ions.
which fnslilon's followers arc turning
how» which Hre so ens ii.lly tied arc
Hazel Stager and Billy Leaver
•rtlnwar«l this season.
made a fcnlnie Ihrottuhoiit Hie styling will leave Sunday and will represent
Jnet ih > w It U ihe sleivvelcss white or
of satin modes whether they be
the county in the state health con
pastel satin taltleur whirl) I* uni king "sportsy" nr dl'ra formal.
definite appeal. The m«iil«,l to the right
After yon have Indulged In a satin
In the Ulustnition la typical, Detail*
Ernest Reams and Doug Stead
spurts frock, a satin afternoon dress
wlilcli Intrigue la the stylltig of tills at-
aH«l a sal'ti for fo rtu u ly o u will In* man and four companions brought
tractive sport* “ult Hre square revere,
liking mitIn so well by ttiat time th- In four leer Monday night killed in
Kg buttons and a h>lted waistline for
urge f«*r s k i t 111 pajama ensepilile will Dead Indian.
tr.s blouse ■with a generous pleating
likely follow. Thi^t^gne of piijiiunu
Mr. Bennett who Is a poultryman
Wa Ute skirt.
Tor forhnil evening >\enr 1» fnr«*rpratp«t and trucker west of town killed one
■ the mode is va
In alabaster crape sal In ns shown In deer Monday.
the other tiny panel, furred seaming»
R h >- Watkins killed a three point
fteeves. The very
suggest an empire silhouette in the
s are lutrlcate-
bodice. Shaped lust rts In tlie wide on Morisson Creek Sunday.
»r which Ims
Ptuk Thomason and Percy
trousers contribute a graceful fullnc--
to the ile
below the molded hlpllni*. The girdle land and son went to Lake county
In fr«N k.
lied about tlie modish jacket fori-tells and returned with their
n trend to short-waist empire lines three mule tall bucks.
k of black
which seem Imminent for fall and win
Mrs. M. M Morris of Medford spent
j the «lay Wednesday visiting her sis-
(IS. 1931. VVvitsra Nvw .vsuvr t'nt n.l
! t,>r In-law Mrs. A1 lU-rmansou.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knutien of
, Thompson creek
if. were guests of relations he. e
Orbiu and DouatJ Cook <?,
home Monday evening from lie»’
Blue Ledge with a three and four
point buck deer each. The Cooksey-
are the first Central Point hunters
to return home with game.
C.8. Finley of the Finley Imple
ment Company has been "under the
weather" this week and isn't feeling
very well yet.
Mrs. C. S. Finley visited her moth
er and sister in Medford Wednes
For a few minutes Thursday raor-
nlhg B. P. Thelss enjoved a pleasant
visit with an Intimate acquantance of
his In Illinois in the later '80’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Eposti and daught
er of Mill Valley California were
here the past week as guests of Ed
Peile and family who live on Rogue
River near Trail. Mrs. Espostl is a
«laughter of Mr. and Mrs. l’eile. W ed
nesday they visited the Oregon caves.
FOR SA L E —
Starts Delicious apples.
Young Central Point. Route I.
awarded the f 11
First and second pr
best single pear recipe
'•«jest Display" and Second on up
y in .1 l / n .A.L.L academic fill
er paper. A ll four corners rounded.
Best paper on the market, 50 sheets,
side down cake.
The Central Point Garnge Home
Economics Club ladies cleared over
$24 at their stand.
STONE’S DRUG STORE
WEST HIDE SCHOOL
The West Side School won two
prizes of $1.5« each for its fair ex
hlbit. This money will be used for |
new records for music appreciation
Lewis and Elmer Robinson have
moved to Echo Oregon.
Edward Cherry was absent from
school this week. He had croup
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The first graders are: Billy Hous
ton, Corrlnne Hlnderer. Dale Niede-
meyer, Ruth Freeland,Marland Ross
Ellis McCurley and Patsy Fritz.
The new people who moved into
the district fur school year are Bet
For geography the fourth graders
are making booklets called “Ways
For art the primary grades are
a book of leaves.
Wesley Householder has moved to
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. ' ¡ r e l i ^ e p k id
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D E M A N D S
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Miss Mildred Carlton has been vis
iting at Glacier National Park a..a
Great Falls Montana.
Word was re
ceived .from her Tuesday that
Dr. M E L L I N T H I N
Mr. and Mrs. R A. Skinner and son
Robert are to be
had just arrived at Helena.
Jacksonville Orange Friday evening.
in Internal Medicine for tlie past 1H
be at HOTEL HOLLAND.
Tl'EHDAV, SEPT. 2»,
Miss Mary Maury and Mrs. Hen
ry Conger attended the rlass party
Office hours, 10 a. m. to 4 p. n;.
given by the ladies of the Christian
No Charge for Consultation
Church at the W. W. Gregory home
They report a very
Dr. Mellinthln does not operate
pleasant afternoon Mrs. Conger will for chronic appendicitis, gall stones,
entertain the class at her home in ulcers of stomach, tonsils, or aden
Ostober. This la to he a 'hard-tlme' oids.
He has to his credit wonderful re
sults in diseases of the stomach, liv
R.J. Palmer yeports a splendid ed. bowels, blood, skin, uerves,
yield of potatoes in spite of
kidney, bladder, bed wett-
[ ing, catarrh, weak lungs, rheumat-
| ism, sciatica leg ulcers, and rectal
Mr. Olat Olson h»s *ery ni.a tc’.” - I sijnjehvS.
atoes and kiisyctpicking raspberries
Remembers above date, that con-
for the market.
sltatlon on this trip will be free and
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that this treatment ig different.
West Side was well represented at
Married women must be accom
the fair grounds the two days of the panied by their husbands.
club shows and took hone some of
Address: 4221 West Third Street,
Mrs. Arden Tyrrell was Los Angeles, Calif.
w a v
C A L U M E T BAKING POW DER
and heavy cake pan.
S E A L OF O R E G O N FLOUR,
Here is a machine literally built to save time and oi:^:t. . .
it dees all the flat pieces, and much of the finer work, and d
is so constructed that you can operate it sitting down . . .
What could be mo.e comfortaide than that?
Your dealer has the electric ironer on display at his store ..
either the separate machine or one which derives its power
fiom the motor on the electric washer. At our low rales f; ■
electric service, a few cents an hour covers all the open
inf. c ast.
O r e g o n
P o w e r
LOG C A B IN SYRUP,
8 ” Pail,
S W A N S D O W N C A K E FLOUR
and Cake Plate, all for
T H E merchant who conducts a slore
and does not advertise is like the
man who dug a well and neglected
to put in a pump.
P E A N U T BUTTER
in bulk, 2 n
A M E R IC A N CLUB COFFEE,
N A L L E Y ’S M A Y O N A I S E ,
a r o is i
^ ou 3rc interested at all in applying modern methods to
housework, you will like the elecliic iioner.
Sept. 25 * 26
More than 100 loaves,
A D \ E R T I S I N G in The American
is the key to bigger and better busi
ness. Put it to work today!
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