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About The American. (Central Point, Or.) 1928-1936 | View This Issue
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1931
_Tb' AMERICAN, CENTRAL PÛINT. QRJEOQN
Mrs. Geo. Wright of Table Rock
and Mrs. Alirn Williams and Mrs.
Arlle Thompson were Medford visit-
The Golden Link Bible class of t h e
C h r i s t i a n church will
t h e ii
meeting this month at the church
parlors. This is the Christmas party
and a large attendance is expected.
Sheriff Jennings was a pleasant
caller at the American
He was in the
city on official business.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Stager were
guests of Mr. und Mrs Roy Ander-
son Thursday evening.
Mr and Mrs. \V P. Morgan andj
Mr. and Mrs. E. M Morgan of Trail !
spent Wednesday in town railing on
relatives and trading with local nter-
Wednesday noon the pupils of the
Central Point schools had the chance
for the first time this year of de-
positing their savings in the school
Monday afternoon two represen savings hank This is carried on in
Natives from the Palmer Music House connection with the Central point
showed instruments to the students State hank
Hereafter every week
wtl0 mi* ht be interested in purchase they will have the privilege of de-
ill|! 0,ie *° U8e *n the orchestra which positing their savings,
W1U start practice the first weer I
• • •
*,ter Christmas. The instruction is1 Th f|
free and all that is required of t h e , . , . ' *
student is that he furnish his own ■ '
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•mas songs a* their part of the
■Open House Christmas program, Dec.
By ELIZABETH FLEISCHER
a onef* a^uni11^ 31, visited
Friday, Dec. 4.
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Evelyn Doss, a former student of
the high school
A prominent local Beau Brummel school at Prospect, visited the school
was seen escorting a beautiful young Monday,
lady home from church last Sunday!
morning. Inasmuch as they met his
A clever and amusing assembly
wife as they turned the corner, wo r,r°Kr“ >» "a s presented to the student
a » looking and listening for black b""1y Fr,d“ y »Dernoon by the boys
«T«*8 8»d breach of promise suits.
,he Pl»»Ral education classes un-
It is the general opinion that|der ,he direction of Mr. Zobel. Clyde
gentlemen prefer blondes, but this 1*avls W88 at the piano through the
particular gent seems to have a eli,ire program and played during
weak“ e»» for brunettes.
tumbling acts were put on. “ A Tra
M arried H ere :" ,d " i,h floWHrs l",', candies and
W' le I - t with c i< u MrrtCM
soon as anyone had finished. The
j Miss Frances Dona Morton of Losj s jria that served were all attractlve-
five of Med Gatoa, California, became the bride ly dressed in white. The money made
of Mr. Joseph Elias Adams of the D'on> the dinner will be used to help j
Tuesday by i
same place, in a quiet wedding cere
* hrlstmas boxes for those fam-j
. A A.
jilies in the community that would;
at the Sams
not otherwise have a Christmas,
home of Rev. and Mrs. J. M. John-
• * .
The South Methodist
ford was defeated last
the strong Sams Valley
team in a game played
The game was a fast and close
one, the final score being 26 to 20.
Wilson of S'nis Valley was high
point man with 13 poin.s to his
credit, while John
Powell of the
Methodists ran a close second with
Band o f G ypsies
Infest the City
C Bristmas Time
O ld a n d
Ilo o k s fo r
I* K R F I M K S— ( ’ A N I) I K H
A n d in a n ) s u ita b le new tilin g s f o r th is h a p p y o c c a s io n
S T O N E ’S D R U G S T O R E
t ’e n tra i P o in t, O re girti
SU N D AY
D IN N ER
T h e progress o f civilization has
ch a n ged with its w iza rd ry the
m agic lam p that A la d d in sought
lon g a g o , into a co m p a ct and
m agic little bank b ook .
book entitles you to d o w hat you
will in so fa r as it lies in its p ow er
travel, ed u cation , investm ents,
security, fre e d o m are your “ open
sesam e” to success.
Fierytliing Is Strictly flood
M eats fo r Our
Saturday T rad e
t HOICK ( I TS of RF.KF KTKAIv
ROAST ItF.KF— ROAST FORK
PORK CHOI'S and VKII.
\iitl a Choice I,ini' of Coltl Meats
We liny and Sell Only
THK CHOICKNT OF MKATS
Central Point State Bank
I. I>. I.KWIS, Prop.
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a t j i c - n « »vg, w f ^ u i r ,
J iih I O pened— S p le n d id lin e o f Itoxcd W r itin g P a p e ra .
the Open House Christmas
the details of tne Schick
plans for the resuming of
PR IC ES 8
t llltlH T M VS G I F T S
thing, were discussed, among them
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son, in Central Point, on Friday a f-
Practice was held last week fori
ternoon, December 4,
] the Junior assembly program play I
Miss Morton is the daughter of to he presented just
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Morton, who Christmas holidays,
made their home in Central Point
• • •
for several years, and is a graduate
The boys of the basketball team
of the Central Point high school and have practiced hard in view of the j
very popular with her schoolmates! game Friday night w.tn Jacksonville
a.'d n-quatntances of the family. The ; to be held there. The team is out.
American acknowledges a call from | after the championship this year,
her last summer when here on her
The girls’ team practiced Monday.
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings
Mr. Adams Is a young carpenter after school. They will play a prac
of Los Gatos, and has gained a very tice game at Jacksonville Friday
charming bride in the young lady of night before the boys’ game.
He drove all the way
from his home In the southern state
STIRK REI* WRING
to please his bride-to-be who wished
The hand of Gypsies Infesting this
city and community last week suc
ceeded in securing a nice sum of
money at the
home west of town. Reporting th<>
robbery, Mr. Obenchain said some of to he married by her former pastor
the gypsies forced their way into She is a very dear friend of the
his house while he was away help Johnsons.
ing a neighbor fix a clutch in his
After a brief visit in the northern
automobile, and demanded money part of the state they will return to
and food from Mrs. Obenchain. who Los Gatos where they will make
was 111 at the time, nearly frighten their home.
ed her to death. They took oonsid-
atile small change the Ohenchains
had in a jar that they used to make
change when selling produce at the
farm, demanded paper money of Mrs
Obenchain. and took a quantity of
canned goods frpm the kitchen
The gypsies seemed insulted. Mr
Obenchain said, because they were j
not given the paper money they j
wanted and went grumbling on their Walter 4’arr anil Irvin Hall have
taken over flic ma migrili *it of
way. They were driving high priced
automobiles in which they quickly Ihc NIP A SIP Service Station.
Monday evening, December 7, the
Jackson County Schoolmasters’ club
me, al th> Mt. j forj Jullior hi„ h
school for a turkey dinner cooked pOR SALE— Spits, Newtown and
and served by the Junior high P. T.
Bennett apples. From 25c to 75c
box. Bring your box. C. E. Smith,
A. The club is for all men teachers
mile west of
of Jackson county. Only Mr. Jew
ett from Central Point was able to
attend. Judge Sparrow was speaker
FOR SALE A Flarno range, prac
of the evening. He related his ex
tically new; about half paid tor;
periences in the Spanlsh-Americau
just finish making deferred pay
ments about half original coat: a
war. This proved to be very inter
bargain. W. A. Crane, American
esting and entertaining.
The local Teachers’ Institute was represented"'Th!' '( ¡ i r i s '" l . T ciul!
held Saturday in Medford at the new will sing two Chrl,tmas songs This
A m t a iiraiwiiiiiiiicim iiM l
high school. Mr. Burgess was the »B l be the only part the high school
main speaker. Several of the Cell-I *111 have on the program.
tral Point teachers attended.
A meeting was called last week of j
\ o i mi s t n i : k r m : m \ \v \ k t i < i . kn st i t a i i i . k f o r
Mrs. Murphy, sixth grade teacher, the grade school teachers. Various
Mrs. M. M. Downey spent Monday *Pl,y
u Klat or De» ,h <>* a Flying
was out of school with the flu all,
and Tuesday with her grandmother.!. oose* wi,h John Smith as the of last week. She was back again
hunter and Alvin Maple as the Fly
Ben Dawson of Steamboat, was Mrs. L. C. Hazelwood.
ing Goose, won much applause from Monday. Mrs. Sheley substitute,! for
transacting business here Wednes
day. He and his brother Frank own
Mrs. Arthur B. Myers and t w o i ^ L V i S i . i ' E * , I T ”
the old Steamboat ranch.
daughters. Elsie and Betty, of Med an ^ L
f m .
’ India" ^
Tuesday afternoon, physical ex
ford, spent Wednesday evening with j,,,' Orville L Z r ' Z
aminations were given all those stu
Al Hermanson shipped one of his Mrs. Myers’ grandmother, Mrs. L. C .jmade the ■tudentV’catch the^r breath dents who wish to play basketball
pedigreed Boston pups to Mr. Ansel »»»•«wood.
|The boys taking part in the program No student can play basketball unless
Robison in Kan Francisco Thursday.
Alfred i*16 I*88 l18'! •I**8 examination.
The pe°PIe 8re "Ponding their Taylor. Delbert Ayers, Ned Cash. !
. . .
Mrs. George Obenchain Is recover- mon*y I" Central Point and com Fred Virtue. Donald Culbertson. Or
Each 'ear bovs are annointed
lng from her recent illness.
munity received from turkeys ship-1 ville Caster.
Maple John ’"the fire so „ad
ti v i
"*■< MOO* F , „ „ . . . Pro-
r „ „ „ . C . 4 . R o l.n i 0 . . -
'o Z r .o r m
in case of fire und
The small daughter of Mr, and duce coml,an> ° f Kan hiancisoo at ad, Wayne Coker, Wilbur Eicher and also duriu g the fire drill. The boys
Mrs. D. Blumenstine, who has been 1 LankKKiviiiK time, J. D. Watkins.! Clyde Davis,
who have been placed on the fire
suffering from indigestion for sey-
f*rm 8 representative, thinks the
. . .
squad this year are:
eral days, is slightly improved.
,be P*°Ple are well pleased due to| Due to the fact the mothers of the
Hose: Upper floor—Squad 1 —
receiving from 1 He to 3c better than neighborhood objected to the loca Donald Patterson. Orville Caster.
Mrs. Nettle Green of Berkeley, they coul(1 h8v« done locally.
tion, the freshmen bonfire has again Harold Smith;
Squad 2— Delbert
Cal., stopped in Central Point for a
been changed from the field across Ayers, Jack
brief visit with her friend, Mrs. J. J.
O. Ormsby of Prospect who was the highway opposite the high school Stark. Lower floor: Squad 1 —
Grim, while returning from a visit arrested Monday night on a charg< back to the old place on the school Donald Snyder. Alvin Maple, Doug
with her daughters, Jessie and Fran- of possession of intoxicating liquor grounds. Work was started Satur- las Elliott. Squad 2—Clifford Ca-
ces, in Portland.
was fined J1UQ and sentenced to 30 day and quite a pile of rubbish lias sad. Wayne Coker, Lathel Stevens
days in jail in Judge Glenn O. Tay- already been collected.
Extinguishers: Study hall— Roy
Mrs. L .H. Smith, C. E. Smith and lor’s court
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Martin; alternate. Lewis Hedgpeth.
family were Sunday dinner guests of pleaded guilty. According to state
The girls of the Girls’ League Stage— John Smith; alternate. Joc
Mr. and Mrs. E. Hurd of Medford.
police who made the arrest Ormsby cooked dinner for and served approx- Johnson.
Office - Alfred Taylor
has been under surveillance for some imately 75 persons Friday evening alternate, Rrmel
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Duncan were time and many complaints ltave come at the dinner held in the Home Ee. floor Champ Pitts, Ralph Knight;
dinner guests at the home of Mrs. from^Prospect as to his selling liquor. rooms. They began serving al 5:30 alternates, Edward Rimami, Harry
and continued until 8:00 o'clock. Young.
Viola Lampman Sunday.
He has a wife and one child.
Radio music entertained the patrons
Monitors: Second floor Mr. Zo
bel. First floor— Mr. Jewett.
M ethodists L ose
F rsiices M orton
The tallies were tastefully decor-
T o Sam s V a lle y
A t B asket Dali
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B attery & E lectric
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