The American. (Central Point, Or.) 1928-1936, October 02, 1931, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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Th* AMERICAN, CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
.J e w e tt O f f rs
nnsatlonal an the other.
Mutiny
e - is Milton
1
"n
* merohaf>t chip *» not' un-
N £ w
alt doing satisfactory
usual
Mutiny aboard a naval vessel
i. vh Turpin
who a«e ii*eui^e
has also been known.
Hut mutiny
"School News,” a small bulletlu j this year are:
Wilda Hall
Re-established. September 13, 192s.
of a whole fleet is without precedent.
edited and published monthly by H. j
Wylamae Parker
Devoted to the best interest* of
Phyllis Turpin
These mutineers are still loyal to the
N ew Teachers
Record Enrollment
p. J e w e t t , made Its first appearance
Janice
Hesselgrave
Central Point and vicinity.
Geraldine Jones
old country Itself but thy are in re­
a few days ago.
All Important
Dorothy Inmann
A ll matter for publication mucl
Peggy
Lawrence
After the summer months of vaoa- facts shout school activities and
bellion agaiust the coalition govern­
The grade school is most fortu-
Elizabeth Fleischer.
reach this office not later than Wed­
Edna Shaver
ment. against the proposal to cut nate this year in securing the s e r v - T '« “ Cnntral Point high school has r e g u l a t i o n s will
published for the
nesday for insertion the same week.
Ruth Haley
their pay.
England is the world's |(.M
tWu new tt.ach^ra Mrs. Bes- once more gathered back to her por-- benefit or the parents. These bul­
Published every Friday.
Geraldine Tex
great free trade country and yet it „ lfl vnrphy, who teaches the sixth tala her students.
Her Influence is letins will he distributed through
Filtered as second class matter at
Geneva Brown
definitely proposes to adopt a Pro- (Kra(j tl> all(j
Alice Seabrooke, stronger this year than ever before, the grade pupils.
the post office, Central Point, O.e-
Naomi Johnson
lectlve tariff.
¡teacher cf the third grade.
Mrs. as 120 have enrolled. This exceeds
gon, under the Act of March 8, 1879.
Berenice Reamea
All these things are hard to r « * ll* e, ! Murphy, whose home is in Ashland, I the enrollment for the past two
Vivian Jones
but they are true and their signif- j,as had much
experience In the years.
A
ll
Classes
Meet
It mny be In
heiter ts
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
Mildred Hutchins
trance is astounding. It looks us If teaching profession, having taivght'
Within her wails are the old stu-
be
happy tlt.i ut tu be
To
Elect
O
fficer4
Ono year .........- ..................... $2.00 England has become but the
Laurene Hugger
rich, but i" poor
before in Jackson county as well as , dents, those from outlying rural dis-
Six Months . ................ .......... $!•*»« shell of her former self.
Mildred Gregory
man ever derived
throughout the state. One very in- tricts, and those from other schools
To elect officers for the coming
Payable In advance.
Ruth Collins
any satisfaction fruta
teresting experience of Mrs. Murphy's i
exceptionally large freshman year all classes held their meeting14
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that thought. He’d take a diente.
Advertising rates on application.
Avia Ayers
was enjoyed while teaching in »-¿.ejass is,registered this year. Most
during the first week, of school. The
in. w t ici: o r t h e m i m i h i ::
Office— Second Street, off Muln.
Chinese school in Portland. Oregon
40 members are from the Cen- officers for the classes are as fol-
Beware of tho tliumber, the hitch­ 1 it this school she taught Chinese *ral Point grade school. However.
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Maiii
lU ’ RGDOItF and BRENNAN
hiker, who stands by the roadside boys, from the Shanghai university Ihore arc some who have travelled
Seniors— President, Donald Sny­
Publishers
sometimes in the middle of the road In Canton, to speak English.
Mrs. far to
here
der; vice-president, Ruth Turpin :|
S. O. RITRCDORK.
Editor and crooks ills thumb at you, begging Murphy is especially interested in
Among the new members of the
secretary. Champ Pitts; treasurer
J. C. DHENNAN
- ..... Manager for a lift.
Tiie only sure way to orchestra work, having organized sophomore class are: Marjorie Gif-
Elizabeth Fleischer.
safety is to put on speed and dash by a rural school orchestra in Slier ,en. from Portland,
and Clifford
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Junior«— President, Delbert Ayers:
and not slow up until the thuiuber Is man county.
She is hoping to j Cgaad, from I.oa Angeles, Calif The
junior
class
was
fortunate
to
acquire
vice-president.
Vivian
Jones;
secre-
j far behind and is laying for his next accomplish much in this line in the
Elala Baker as a new member. The 'ary. Mona Lewis; treasurer, Ruth
| possible victim.
Central Point school.
It seems hard, sometimes, when
Miss Seabrooke, whose home is in senior class welcome among them, Ramalrom.
Ralph
Knight,
from Oklahoma
Sophmores — President. Geneva
you are driving alone and the would-. Table Rock, is a graduate of the
ANNOUNCEMENT
be companion of your drive seems to Southern Oregon Normal school. She Elizabeth Fleischer, from Seattle, Hrow" : vice-president, Edward In-
secretary, Geraldine Tex;
Good morning everybody. We w'sh need to be picked up. Pay no atten-1 formerly attended the Central Point Washlngton, and Clyde Davis from
treasurer. Harry Young.
to announce that we have taken over tlon to him. It would he harder fori high school, having graduated with Medford, Oregon.
Freshmen — President, Donald
the business of The American. We you to pick him— or her— up and the class of 1925. Miss Seabrooke
There are three seniors of the
in Washington Idaho and British Columbia
. . . In- “ class
of 'iu
nresent mis
this year
vent- Thev
Lawrence
expect to become u part of the busi­ then he robbed as has frequently aRto attended the Los Angeles
MSS or
'v present
in iy Richardson vice-president,
.
,,
,
under
one reliable, efficient management
,,,
. . . . m u h p,.,t r
into ra r* „-»t Martin; secretary-1reasurer, Geral-
ness and social life of Central Point. happened. Cases have been known stitute for two years.
She has nro- Mildred Gregory. loia t.arr, aid
assure
you the most delightful o f trips.
dine
Hermanson.
The American will endeavor to re­ where the thumber has gone further taught two very successful terms o f !
Eddy.
111 • ■ -• •
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flect the progressive spirit of the peo­ than robbery.
He has sometimes school in the Shadv Cove school on !
P°*t-graduate subjects,
FINEST A C C O M M O D A T IO N S
ple of this thriving Utile city where used force to effect a robbery. Some­
A variety of interesting course i s « - , . . ,
,
the Crater I.%ke highway
LOW
RATES
’ WESTERN" SERVICE
cool breezes blow, and life is worth times (he robbery has included the
being offered by the fnclty this year L » i r l S L z l C C L I U D
living.
c
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m
m
e
rc
ia
l
law
is
o
n
e
of
th
e
?
e
sev-j
Gets
N
ew
Members
car as well as the personal posses-)
We are here to advance and boost along of the driver.
eral new courses. With a total en­
Pointer Staff
every worthy enierprlse and stand
rollment of
16, and with Mr. | Glee club tryouts were held Thurs-
Take no chances. A man in Colum­
Plans Program Jewett at the helm, it will no doubt day and Friday, Sept. 10 and 11th,
squarely behind the community, nil bus, O., let two girls work upon his
of the time.
prove one of the most practical anti in the music room, under the direc-
sympathy. He gave them a lift to
M O U N T VERNON
SEATTLE
Members of the Pointer staff are
8 O. Ilurgdorf lias been, for lie the next town. There he stopped for
lnteresting courses given.
I tion of Miss Blood.
A very inter-
H O T E L P R E S ID E N T
N E W W A S H IN G T O N
rapidly completing plans for a pub­
past six months, associate editor of gas.
B E N J A M IN F R A N K L IN
When in the filling station,
WALLA
WALLA
lic
program.
The
early
date
of
Oc­
H O TE L R O O SEVELT
the Medford Dally New., previous '<> j Kelt,n„ hi„ change ht. happeiied to
M A R C U S W H IT M A N
tober 2 3 has been decided upon for |
HO TEL W ALDO RF
that time, for 35 years, was tim er look out the wlndow am) HBw
C E N TR A LIA
C A M B R ID G E A P T A O T E L
A large number of the j
and manager of dally and weekly K,rU dr|v|n(l off w|th ,l|g oar
H(. the event.
H O T E L L E W IS -C L A R K
H O T E L ED M UND M E A N Y
staff will take part n the skits,
newspapers in Michigan.
••¿W.vjl'i»
liJO
hasn't seen them since, nor has he
ABERDEEN
funny farces, and play to be given. |
J. C. Dretiiniii lias been linotype seen his car.
B E LLIN G H A M
H O TE L MORCK
Funds
from
the
program
are
to
!
operator on the Medford Daily News
H O T E L B E L L IN G H A M
A. S. Marshall, of Baldwin. Minn.,
O
L Y M P IA
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O
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lie used in the interest of the high i
for the past three years.
H O TLL GOVERNOR
territory around here is
guve a man u ride. The stranger
H O TEL HENRY
school
paper.
Let’s get acquainted, you might
H O T E L O L Y M P IA N
murdered him and escaped In Mar­
W ENATCHEE
our ‘home circle” —and yours. If
,A drive for subscriptions will also 1
like us.
EVERETT
shall's car.
Henry «Anderson, of
H O T E L C O L U M B IA
lie made and any high school stu- ;
Our motto: "Live and let live.”
H O T E L C A S C A D IA N
we work together in the right
HOTEL M O N T E C R IS T O
Minneapolis, stopped to take a man
dent who subscribes to the paper for ,
i
8. O. Rl’ RODOUF.
In his ear. He had driven only a
spirit, our efforts will bring their
i
u year will be given a free ticket to j
J. C. DHENNAN.
VANCOUVER.
short distance when the thumber
B O IS E .
li l t.
B. C.
tiie program.
own reward.
r .3:
IDAHO
pressed a revolver against him and
HOTEl
GEORGIA
Rehearsals arc now under way and
MOTEL BOISE
(Affilio fa )
By banking here and by influenc­
forced him to hand over ills purve
i H I M AND JAPAN
all the staff Is working hard to make
watch und other valuables
ing your friends to do likewise,
ihis first program an event worth
War —when has China been with­
In some slates, tho hitch-hiker Is
you will help to swell the total re­
out war'.’ V w, says a Chinese states­ banned by law. To solicit a ride is a while lo I he patrons of (lie school.
man, "w ar come« at a time when misdemeanor.
But the law is sel­
sources which we will have avail­
♦*#
China is in (lie throes of a calamity dom enforced. Hitch-hikers abound
• a
School
Adopts
able
to
use
for
the
community.
What
is
Finley
going
to
<lo
about
it?
it
caused by floods, eoinniuuiun and in all states, particularly along the
M
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civil conflict.”
N ew Class Plan
The future growth and prosper­
great national highways and now Is
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This much iiitisi be admitted to be the time of the year when they are
ity of this community will come
The Finley Implement Co.
The new reuglatlon adopted till’
true.
China is indeed in parlous swarming through tile country. Per­
*v
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to you and us, as the result of th*»
state, i Sittu blames Japan for pres­ haps some of tItese thuinberu ar« year of the «!v one-hour class period
«*
Has
installed
the
most
modern
Cleaner
and
is
prepared
jj
ent conditions In Minihuria. lapan honest unnd to give them a lift might co til hi tie tiie study hour within the
the efforts we put forth together
to clean Grain. Alfalfa and Grass Seed at most reasonable a
blames China.
Whichever nation he an act of pure kindness which regular recitation period which en­
prices.
today
to
benefit
each
other.
may Lave the right or the wrong side would lie appreciated. The driver of ables the teacher to give more indl- 1
of the contention does not appear t 1 tiie ear eantiot know and he has no vidua! attention and supervision a«
matter.
A\ hat does mutter is that wav of Investigating His only saf< tv needed to the students.
men should continue to lie killed de is, a> we have said, to speed up anil
The main purpose of the change
spite the altruisms anti agreements burn <>n
lit the program is to place the stu- [
Re Cleaned Wheat
of the League of Nation.«. China and
dent* under the more direct control !
ii
Japan are signatohe* to the league
of the teacher who teaches the suh- !
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A Friendly Bank
VA H E A T n o t HIM .
ject.
Tills enable4 students to oh |
agreements. Their nationals are In
At $1.25 per 100 lhs. and always as cheap as obtain- ft
able in the valley.
antagonism. Rlood is shed. Town-
tain better help during (heir study
It 1« pretty hard to keep informa­
::
nod valuahh property are destroyed.
period.
li ioti ahoul a publlc Itody'a operatiou
The League of Nations sits und talks
The new plan is meeting with the
Good
Re
Cleaned
Beardless
uway frorn ihe newspapers.
The
In the course of time while men are
approval of b o t h students and
wheat holding* of thè Farm llelief
Barley Seed
faculty.
dying and continue to die — th
| Board are in poliit.
league sometimes acts. AVIiat It does
::
For some reaaon thè Itoard has ul-
not appear able to do |g to stop war­
That is as free of beards as is possible to got.
jvvay» decllned to «ut ho* ntuch wheat
fare among the signatories whenever
Student Council
| it Ita* oli band and thè newspapers
Now \ n iv a ls in
an alleged cause for war obtains
Give Us a Call
Has First Meet
1 bave Iteen forced io gnesa. The cur-
In the pre.ent instance on th fate o*
rent figure romtnonly set la thè
things, the control of a railroad; In
Tho student council held Its first
familiur ulte of 200.tHiQ.000 bushel4.
Get prices on Farm Machinery and Ft tiring, I.el's get
reality, the control and dominance of
acquainted.
;
lleceutly thè newspaper muti iti I meeting of the new year on 8epteni-
Splendili line o f G ill P ap er» in plain w hite nod shnile».
Manchuria.
S
A d e fin it iv e liti«- n«>w ready roe you r approviti
Washington tilt upon thè faci that j ," ' r 17. with ail members presepi.
KOH ( i l l T S or P E R S O N A !. CSK
^
• uri« in Aprii ,.f thi* \ear li...... tardi n " ' l"irp»se of Mie meeting was to
tlioose
an
editor
for
the
’’
Central
held 25UutMi.oiMI bushels,
IN K N ( i l . t M ) ( M i l M l DOW V?
Pointer” , and discuss the choice of
What’» th. matter with England i .Vow 25,000,000 bushels o f thi
That qii'-. :ii>u i 'ti t t, ■ an.«» > r d a has been sold to Brazil, or rath r an editor for the ‘ ’ Annual” , a yell
S R P iS B eh W
:
’ R I T R A I . POINT
Will While au-w.iud hi* own quei I traded for coffee. To China 15,ono,- leuder. and an athletic manager
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tion What's th* matter with Kan (100 bushels has been disposed of. ! Dorothy tnmann. n former student
wJt’ititeÌ'IÌ •« . C.tit' ’ lMi!^i«*i-**.***J4‘,*V*,4*.**.»f*
ts *« •«*•»-•*»«.* >•
sas? White iaiti there « 1 « nothing Germany has taken 7,500.000 bash- ! lB 'h * Journalism class, was uuanl
If the Itoard hm been observing i monsly elected as paper editor. The
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the matter with Kan us tut « > can't els
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say that liter* 1« nothin* uii * mutter its pledge of selling not over 5.000 i .inttuni e.iltor, yell leader, and ath-
with Enviand
England ha- never ooo bushel« "areitmulativc maxi, ietic manager will be chosen some­
This short
be*n th* same sine, th* World War mum" per month, beside« beside1 time in the near future
America h.t never been the same and has sold sin« i July t l i t 15.- delay will glyo the runcll members,
either, but there is this striking dif­ ooo.ooo bushels, in the regular ru" and al o members of the stnitent
ference between England and \rner of trad* the hoard has disposed o body, time to think the matter over. ^
ira
today;
whereas
America I- 6 2.500.000 bushels since early April and dismiss among themselves whom
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Sto 14 Feet
j
stronger In every re*pert politically1 It s a simple ma .er of arlthmeth I ' h “ y waut In th e poult Iona.
This council mestili* was super
to figure that 02,500,00(1 taken fron1
a n d f i n a D e i a l i y , materiali, s o d e c o
nomieallr.
Et'gland Is just tit* re 2.5 4.ono.000 I« aves 191,500.000. And 1 vised by Mr. J«*wett. John Smith,
I
M ade of Spruce'
(hut I* probably near what the boar«’ student body presidi nt. was lo
verse in all tho««1 re-i’ert«.
••barge of the meeting
!
England appear« to ite crumbling aetuallv has
It began with the great tosi strike
Th*n cam* the tlol,
Tlo-n rat * • 'i,
Central Point hasn’t a worry in th,« r Students Initiate
hreaking up «>t h*r dominion itpot
It’s people tire prosperous)
which the sun lievi r se1 Can d:t an ’ world.
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P O IN T S C H O O L S
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EDITORIALS
Western
20 Fine Hotels
t
A
THE
Special price Friday & Satur, ay
Central Point State B a n k
Aristocratic Stationery
Boxed Stationery
STONE’S DRUG
Finley Implement Co. |
sto re
HOTEL
K e SI, B IS T
| Zo.ss Ladders
50c* toot
Australia today ore really ltid« ,> n
dent nation- India aspires t«> lie.timi
on*. Now has come the coalition
government, w hich, no metier wh .t
may be **id. Is an a<1m¡s*in'i of ii
weakn<>« of all the old pi rtie. And
•Imullane >us!y wltg the advent «:
the coalition c a m e th* nfftrtal re«,
lation, prevlou-ly known in th.
world’s financial renters, that Kit*
land, one* the world • w n im le - „
Iloti, til.' very frt-nt Atol I nter of
strength, was to all intent* and pm
pose* banL t 1 1
.in,| <oiiìeitttMÌ
town
Just
a real
good
Verdant Freshies
With the "General" sitting peace
fully In a dainty ba«aia*t. a frilly
Tbcr< i« a row on In the Orego
white bonnet on his head and toys
Highway i-otnnii. slttn. Snap out of it I scattered about, the fre«hniati lit It I
What the people want la action atony | atiou began w ith uiiich laughter, la I
progressiv«« lines
i the hi xh school auditorium on Thurs­
• • •
day, September 17. A Urge crowd
llainsay MacDonald’s office, lo ’ attend«Nl and * ’ij«iyrd Immenselv the
IsmOvn. pav« $25.non a yewr. snd hr program presented.
i » r ?** oleh, he did net ch.v.ae to re
The freshmen were first entertain [
sign
ed by a program consisting «>« a »imr* ‘
«kit h> some seniors, a solo hv Vivian
How to shorten ih* depression ' Jon«1« and piano sol«»s by Mona l.ewi*
TWO 1 e
ft. « «■! ■
Pav a* you go. and go somewhere
an«l Mary Jane Beeh*v The freah-
r.ot topped o ' aR the«- sten* of ti
p en wer* then given an opp.mnn'tr
«»Id countr*
bre. klm up. t
■s. at
I ’» .........
wc ar* yla«l the summet to entertain and this they
to the
l mut i ny and the j an to ado
p o
id past, althoush w* didn t a t jiiv apparent satisfaction of th«>#e pre.-
lUstivw tariff
Use is Just about a dividend« from ou- flanuel trou». ■«
• nt
I
y j
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jtli* A
Farm ) Saw.»
Hick'k I’runcrs
ECONOMIi'AI.........~ 7 ."
Much of the pleasure c f traveling i*. spoiVf by
unnecessarily high hotel hilis. Ccmfort with
econ«'trv at the P R E S ID E N T .
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