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About The American. (Central Point, Or.) 1928-1936 | View This Issue
FRIDAY. r C C E M P C n 4, 1931
T'u> AV ¿RICAN. CENTRAL POINT. OREGON
('anton iBranch of the Med-
i I, 0. O. E. with the Ladies’ Aux-
L paid a fraternal visit to the
ral point I. O. O. F. ami the Mt.
uljah lodge last Monday night.
several interesting addresses
, given the social hour was spent
ajing cards. Delicious refresh-
ts were served by committees of
Lost and hostess lodge.
Nevita Social club is sponsoring a
dancing party Friday evening, De
cern bar 4 , in the small hall room at
the Oriental Cardens. These parties
are becoming very popular and are
open to the public. The committee Is
making extensive plans which should
provide a very pleasant evening for
those who attend.
and Mrs. Harry Steelman of
[tland, who are spending a length-
Le- it (¡old Hill, were guests of
[and Mr.s Newton Eddy Thanks-
night. They also attended the
Nevita Social Club. O. E. S., will
hold a rummage sale, Monday. De
cember 7th. at Central Point in the
building formerly occupied by the
Clothing of all kinds for
children and adults, as well as child
ren’s toys and books will be on sale
Good place to select your Christmas
L and Mrs. Ben Dawson of the
Lmboat Ranch, spent the week-
L t the home of Roy Anderson.
[lr. H. Heushaw' of Eagle Point
I trading in this city Monday. .Mr.
tshaw Is the father of Lotta Hen-
[a long time at the Damon Cafe
was very popular.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Forgey and
family and Mrs. William Preston of
Vancouver, Wash., and Mrs. Karl
Knutson and daughter.
Medford, visited Mrs. H. F. Preabt
and family Saturday, Nov. 28.
Henry Preabt has gone to Salem
to look for work.
Mr. Edgar Bingham and mother
.. Duncan is now employed
with Mr. and
| the Will Ferguson ranch near Mrs. H. F. Preabt. Mr. Bingham and
mother have gone on to California
for the winter.
Fill Ferguson, the now full
jed agriculturist, made a bus
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Young were
ps trip to Ashland Friday.
Medford visitors Wednesday after
|Mi W. E. Marsters of Roseburg,
k, who has been visiting at the
Mr. and Mrs. Andre Cham» 1 of ibfi
|tne of her daughter. Mrs. Roy An Yalandra Hotel were stage passen- I
ion, was called home by the death gers to Medford Wednesday noon.
her son, Raymond E. Marsters,
Miss Mary A. Mee spent most of
Friday. Mrs. Anderson gccom-
the week In Medford, guest of her
mied her home.
sister, Mrs. J. H. M h.lte.
¡Those enjoying a pleasant dinner
lrty at the home of Mrs L. N.
Irartz Sunday, November 29, were
|follows: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mar
aud son, Edwin; Mr. and Mrs.
pyd Root; Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Scott,
Those that made the grade «choo
erett, Elizabeth and Ethelyn Scott Honor Roll with grades of B or
I Central Point and Clarence Dunn above are: Mary Martin, Ardis Han
sen, Jimmie Wright, Shirley Kin
caid. Milton Pitts, Bobby Grisham
I Mr. Clarence and Fred Dunn were Iris Hill,
pertained at the birthday dinner Mominestar, Leonard Stephenson,
tren in honor of the former at the Brownie Thurman, Barbara Fleisch
E. Scott home, Monday evening, er, Warren Young, Leonard Coping
er, Marjorie Jones. Ruby Webster.
| Mr. and Mrs. Riley Myers spent
Mrs. Murphy, the
knaksgiving day at Riddle. Oregon, teacher, was absent
king called there to visit Mr. Myers’ Tuesday on account of illness. Mr
pter, Mrs. Geo. A Jackson-Long- Sheley substituted for her.
ly, who waH stricken with a paraly
The sixth graders are planning a
le stroke the Sunday before Thanks- Marionette Christmas play. The pu
l»lng. They returned the day after plls will make their own figures and
Thanksgiving. Mr. and Myers, who operate them. Tills promises to b
xveled the road to Riddle by wa •
in triciivc rr.d amusing.
twenty-five years ago, on their
One panel of the blackboard in t..
cent trip were impressed by the second grade Is exhibiting a very in
teresting Hit of work.
ence of cattle and horses.
have made Indidan designs in crayon
Mrs. Pat Morrison and R. E. Mur on drawing paper using old India!
ky, who have heen visiting tliair symbols and colors.
Neil Rollins, second grader, is ab
•ether, Mrs. J. B. Stevens, gud si
k, Myrtle Murray, the past week, sent. He has a light touch of pneu
pit for their henies in California on monia. Nine others are out of school
because of heavy colds.
The program for the P. T. A. meet
Mrs. C. W. Condon, wife of the ing held in the high school auditor
•te deceased C. W. Condon, proprie ium Friday was given by the third
tor of Condon’s Gilmore servi:e sta- grade in charge of Miss Seabrook. A
lon. was here from Saturday until j little play about a cat, a mouse, a
Mrs. Condon I little red hen and four faces was th„
Doris Lee anil Iris
hade arrangements for W. H. South main feature.
Hill gave a musical selection.
conduct the station indefinitely.
Esther ’ Huffman is new in tb
H. C. Runyan, who had charge of fourth grade. She came from Pros
lOrin Cooksey’s barber shop while pect.
latter was incapacitated with a
broken wrist of six weeks, left on the
I t a m. stage Tuesday morning for says that the sales tax would pro
Mr. Runyan made many duce $2.000.uno.000 revenue annual
ly. That might help.
■friends while here.
I Marry Young.
Freshmen — Ray have been busy selecting classical score at the end of the game was 38
Hensley. Geraldine Jones.
names for themselves. At tile next to 12. Their game was played before
To gain a place on the Honor Roll meeting the members of the club will the fuculty game Wednesday even
a pupil must have grades of B or answer the roll call with their new ing.
By ELIZABETH FLEISCHER
names and will tell a brief story of
the material of which the bonfire will above.
The English classes have started
The high school orchestra which
Mrs. Fleischer entertained at din the person whom they are Imperson
This year the class
make plaus for their exhibits for
is being organized will „tart practice
plans to use nothing but scraps. The ner at her home Tuesday evening a ating.
House which is the night of
during the first week in January. An
The faculty basketball team out
class is going to make this the big friend from Pasadena. California.
instructor has been hired to come for gest bonfire the school has ever had.
All friends of the
Bessie Milton was absent Monday
one day a week and give lessons to
to attend. A pro
The plans for the Girls’ League
all in the orchestra, free of charge
In the last quarter of the gram will be presented the same
After school of the same day the or
All the school will have a
Friday, Dec. 4, from 5:00 to 8:00 , ilsh class Tuesday to pick out char game stars from the other three evening
ihestra will practice. There is no
P- m., are being completed under the jactors who will take part in the play class teams were put In ill place of part In It. The Girls' Glee club will
expense to the student that wishes
direction of Mrs. Ross, advisor and which the class plans to present at the freshmen. The sophomore girls represent the high school.
to join other than that of furnish
acquired the championship title when the program teachers will be In their
Elizabeth Southwell, president of the the Christmas assembly
ing his own instrument.
league. The proceeds of the dinnei Miss Blood. Donald Snyder and A l- ■ they defeated the freshmen girls. The rooms ready to receive visitors.
twenty have signed up.
are to be used in filling Christmas vin Maple acted In the capacity »if
there are seven violins, four saxo
boxes for those who are in need it! judges and selected the parts. Kverv-
phones, three trombones, two clar
the community. The girls are work 1 one in the »lass was given a chance
inets, two cornets, one trufnpet and
ing hard to make the project a suc I to try for a part.
cess and it is hoped that the patrons
Members of the Inter Nos club
A meeting of the freshman class of the community will help
» * \ i : M N K Ol HTOItY HOOKS BY WKI.I, KNOWN U ’THOKS
was called Tuesday evening after tickets may he obtained from girls
school. The purpose of the meeting of the league or by calling at Stone's
- I «eil Spiling Tootli H a rr o »*
was to make plans and arrangements drug siore.
I’ll II RE ItOOKN r o l l THE VOI NGSTEitK FROM
for the annual freshman bonfire. The
Olle Offset Olibani Tractor Disc
Another six weeks' period of the
bonfire this year will be on the night
school has been completed, with the
FINLEY IMI'KKMENT < O.
of January 0 before the first home
Fine Line of Christmas Cards
t entrai l’oint
following pupils on the High School
game. Instead of having it on the
Seniors, Dorothy In-
S T O N E ’S D R U G ST O R E
school grounds where it has been
mann, Elizabeth Fleischer, Ralph
(Vnti-al I'o in l, O r e g o n
held in previous years, it will be on
Knight, Helen Lees,
the vacant lot across the highway
Juniors Nellie Richer, Grace Her
from the school.
malison. Vivian Jones, Wylamae Par
Ned Cash and Marvin Stark were ker.
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ü m Lom
Put in charge of the assembling of Francis Faber. Katherine l.athrop.
C h ild r e n ’s B o o k s
The Best Yet!
T h e C h ristm as Eve Party j
T o Be G iv en at
Grade f chmh
Where Hundreds will gather to enjoy the
Meats for Our
CHOICE C I T S of ItEEE STEAK
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I’ORK CHOI'S ami VEAL
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MV I til > anil Sell Only
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It will be the crowning
social event of the year. It will be in advance
of any event staged
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enjoy the evening before Christmas.
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