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About The American. (Central Point, Or.) 1928-1936 | View This Issue
T H U R SD A Y , D E C E M B E R 17. 1931
Th# AM ERICAN. CENTRAL POINT OREGON
Offers New Low
driver severely injured
In another areas burned over.
The crews there that
“ * seres
<OU‘ h, was
“ * burned. A Columbia
*0,*, °* county
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hurt. So far as we have
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been able to learn neither horse- was second with 18.490 acres burned.
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By ELIZABETH FLEISCHER
dent body dues and fifty for the
FOR SALE— Spits, Newtown and
drawn vehicle was equipped with a Linn county stands first in the mer- to date are 96«.951 37. with a total
Bennett applet. From 25c to 7Sc
Under the direction of Alvin Ma- season ticket which will admit him
Southern Pacific has joined hand* warn' n* ,lsbt
ehantable timber loss with a total estimate of the year of $68,500.
box. Bring your box C. E. Smith,
’ pie, the new yell leader, and with the *©
'east four or more 25 cent
less than the
Every person who has driven an of six million board feet reported
Phone 36XX3. V* mile west of
with Santa Claua this year, according
--------- This Is
... about 11.000
able assistance of Berenice Reams, itsnies
for ,he P a to u s Central
his assistant, a pep assembly was
Students of the high school will
and this in spite of the fact that
held Friday after school in the au- draw names Friday and will.be pre- manager, in offering a variety of ficult it is to distinguish a horse- the return of the Crabtree area.
four more men on the ^ FOR SALE— A Flamo range, prac
_____ which art , drawn vehicle ahead of it. If the Tillamook county was second with a 'here
ditorlum for the purpose of creating pared to give a gift to the person fares for _____
board s,3ff durin* *h* Prwent year than
tically new; about half paid for;
enthusiasm for the game in Jack- whose name they draw. These gifts
Savings were made in
just finish making deferred pay
difficulty is increased. Frequently feet of timber. Practically ihla en last year
souville. Friday night.
will be given at the assembly pro-
ments— about half original cost; a
Principal item on the S P bargain the motorist <*«“ “ <>» *ee It until he ia tire loss was due to the fire near r*‘duition <* mlbage. lower wage to
The school song was sung with *ram Dec. 23. and will cost no mors
bargain. W. A. Crane. American
j counter will be the _____ _
Bessie Milton at the piano. After- than 10 cents.
idavs" when roundtrips will be sold “ iC,e * aPPr°achlng from the oppo- Wheeler operation. Tillamook stands were purchascl for inspectors who
ward Alvin Maple led in the yells
Basketball games with both the
between all stations on the com-
directlol‘ ,be "»otorut finds him- at the top of the liat with the largest had occasion to travel long distances
Complete financial statements will
for the team and for the school.
boys and girls playing will be played
Finger Waves. 75c. Marcels. $1 00.
i pany's Pacific lines for approximately 8e' f *“ * hole' conironte<l by the un- monetary loss due to forest firea
not be made until after the first of Permanents, $5 00. Mondays, Tues-
Both the boys and girls played at Phoenix Friday, Dec. 18, in the
| one cent per mile. These sale dates
days, Wednesdays— Shampoo. Finger
fast games to decisive victories at evening.
will be December 22. 23, 24. 25 and coming car head on or hitting the 9280.000 of it suffered by logging
Wave or Marcel, 91 00. Thursdays
The The Central Pointer, the paper December 30, 31 and January 1. Fin *a*on.
girls took the lead from the very published bi-weekly by the student al return limit will be midnight.
H G Well, thinks all nations nnd Ii'rlda>r8-
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For the sake of their own safety.
Total losses for the state are as
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O »» b e a u tifu l lie s H air O rn a m en ts.
first, piling up the score until at the body, was given out this week,
Tuesday. January 5. Cent-a-mile drivers of horses should display follows lb .292.000 feet of timber should have the same currency.
end of the game it stood 30-5. At
Wednesday was bank day. This roundtrips also will be sold on the W*rnin* U« h,‘ “
loss - Th-re
There's a .U
just n o w ". V e e d T o r 1
wagons when destroyed, valued a, t 9152.844.
T w v\. T Main.
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w " ow l
i Firlor. . 105
the half those players on the sec- is the second time this year that the same dates to points north and east they Krt forth on the* hiohw.v.
The, î, have 1
s m to iir-p
dr ,on -,u---4i
J ! r other
°f th™ «•
ond team were run in and not only students have had the privilege of of Portland.
logging ro equipment.,
added to their own score but pre- banking.
‘ In addition to these sale dates, safeguard traffic, as well as the mot- property value. 96.550. This makes : : » « »
a total loss of 9676.754.
vented the J'vlllers from getting
The A„ . T,lk ie Club held election ! Ormandy also announced that round- orUt-
any more than two points.
The and insUlled Rolaad Casad
|h% ■ trips would be reduced between all
The above figures are in marked
J ville boys showed more form and offlce of presidenti Mura Mllu> vice. 1S. P. points in Oregon to approxi Preliminary Fire
contrast to the 1930 season and give
at the end of the first quarter the p r e s e n t ; and Wilbur Etcher, sec- mately one and one-half cents per
an indication of the seriousness of
score was 5-5. However, after that j-etary.
K e p o r t Is ( jiv e n the past^fire season
Tb>- 1 ;♦ 3 «•
mile and one-way trips to about two
» I II Help You with V iiu in «lifts. Everything In
the Pointers' extra weight told on
. , i cents a mile on sale daily from De
Frances Faber is out of school
PAPERS, TAGS CARDS, STRINGS ami
the J villers and they were unable
Preliminary reports on the fire!Dres 1,900, area burned 52.670. mer-
cem ber 16 to January 16.
on account of illness,
to prevent them from scoring. The
ELECTRIC LIGHTS p o ll TREKS
Tickets at these reduced rates will “eason. just prepared and presented ehantable timber destroyed 36.056
| Geraldine Tex is at home because
score stood at the end of the game .
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she has a bad case of poison oak.
20 for Central Point and 8 for
WE ARE PREPARED FOR YOU
honored in either chair cars or Pull- annua« meeting last Saturday, show No •’t-.tenient has as yet been pre
Most of the second John Smith
and Donald Snyde'
mans, the latter plus the usual berth ,bat tbe var>ous state units and pared relative to costs other than
string boys were run in.
Credit WeDt to Medford Monday afternoon charges.
ST O N E ’S DRUG STORE
associations were called out to fight "
1,344 fires and that a total of 146.232
should be given to Don Patterson. lo have their p,cU r« ' taken'
Central Point, O ieg on
Ruth Collins and Mildred Greg
acres were burned over. It is quite
and Lathel Stevens for many of the
likely that these figures will be in-
ory went to Medford Tuesday af Few Mills Operate
On Pacific Coast creased somewhat inasmuch as all
In order that a vote might be ta
reports are not yet in.
When the honor roll was publish-j
ken on the matter of selling season
tickets to the basketball games a ed ' n «his column a week ago, the1 A total of 342 mills reporting to rP?a,'on has yet been made us to
I student body meeting was held last name of Donald Richardson should the West Coast Lumbermen's As causes of fires.
Josephine county heads the list ;
It was explained that if a have been included
Donald has, sociation for the week ending Nov-
the larKe*‘ number of fires and
student bought a ticket good for all been 011 «he honor roll all year,
games for a dollar that he would be
Charles Taylor. Alumni 31. now
| given a receipt saying that he had attending University of Oregon at cent of capacity for the preceding
paid his student body dues, which Eugene, visited school Wednesday week, and 4 4.5 per cent for the same
week last year.
During the week
amounts to 50c.
After several of morning.
ended November 14. 211 of these
the students had
plants were reported as down and
DRY PINE SLABS
opinions on the matter a vote was
Finds Real W ay
133 as operating. Those operating
taken and it was thereby decided to
adopt the plan. Thus if a student
To Aid Others reported production at 47.1 per cent
of their group capacity.
buys the ticket for the games he
Current new business reported by
really is giving fifty cents for stu-
The need to cooperate to aid those
o u r ow n
less fortunate than onesef, to share,
8| ms - ìh | inaile—
is much in the public thought today. over production and totaled in FIR SLABS, load S.YOO A SU INI
But many persons with the desire to million feet the same footage as was
help find their means to do so ap- reported the previous week. Ship BODY FIR. per
T HE only safe way to keep
ments for the week were 18 per
Patrons’ Pleasure ••aren,1>r ver> '">>"«d Even if one cent over production.
■ money is by depositing it in
could spare 910— how many could be
Meo ford Fuel Co.
expected to receive appreciable aid
With the Christmas holidays here from such a small sum?
once again the school has planned
A little more than a year ago a
a program for the pleasure of the lady of moderate means experienced
patrons of the community. The en- 0ne 0f those happy surprises that
tertainmen, will be in the form of most of us have known once or twice.
Open House and an exhihit of the (n exploring the pockets of a coat
school work of the various classes that had been closeted for some
After the program months she found a 910 bill. Reallz-
tvhich will be held in the auditorium jng that not having counted on the
at 7;30 the teachers will be in fhelr money she could very well get along
rooms to receive visitors.
without it, she sent It with a letter
Everyone will be admitted to tlio explaining the circumstances of its
program free of charge and all recovery to a young woman tempo-
friends of the school are urged to rarllv out of employment, asking her
be in attendance.
to pass tt on to someone In need
The Girls' Glee club tinder the when she could afford to do so.
direction of Miss Blood have pro-
In due course of time this young
pared two songs, "Holy Night" and lady found a position and sent the
"Deck the Mall* with Boughs of money to a friend who needed It.
Holly," which they will sing for the Weeks later came word that the 910
had again resumed its travels, and
The first graders »11 tell the the original donor lost sight of it
Christmas story In verse. Mrs. Rich- completely.
ardson is also teaching them a song
And now. 13 months later, the
which they will sing on the program, brother of the first recipient of the
The second and third grades have money, from whom we have this ac-
combined and they will give a play count, is able to tell the Lady of
pertaining to Christmas. Miss Hay Moderate Means that her gift hat
•nd Miss Seabrook are instructing turned up again, in the hands of a
fellow member of his office force. At
A Christmas pageant is being put an original cost of 910 all these peo-
on by the papils ot the fourth and pie have been helped 910 worth as
fifth grades, with Miss Franklin and receivers— and how- much more a*
Mrs. Hansen instructing them. The givers?
boys' quartet will furnish music for
Today this 910 bill has become
something of a public trust. May it
The sixth graders are making their prove a perpetual one
own figures for a marionette show others be launched.
Mrs. Murphy, the teacher, says that
this Is very Instructive and should,
be very interesting to the audience
a- the pupils will manipulate their'
A quartet with material drawn
from the seventh grade will sing.
Three eighth graders will give Christ- j
bias readings. They are Ruby W eb-;
*ter. Edwin Gebhard and Marjory 1 W e are o ffe r in g a new lot o l
Jones, coached by Mr Amick
The program and exhibit is on \
Wednesday evening, December 23, at ^
Put Lights on
Buggies on Road
Persons who venture on the high
ways at night will do well to display-
lights on the rear and front of their
Such foresight will save
them from serious accidents. On two
successive nights collisions of tnotoi
vehicles and wagons happened with
in a 15-mile radius of Albany. In one
crash a horse was killed and its
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