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About The American. (Central Point, Or.) 1928-1936 | View This Issue
L ocal H appenings
Dacae Eddy of Medford, formerly!
Mr. Sam Anderson, who was in
of this city, where the family resid the Good Samaritan hospital for
ed for several years, and are well some time, returned home last week
known, filed suit in circuit court His daughter is a nurse in that hos
Wednesday for divorce from Ouy pital.
Eddy charging desertion and failure
The two were married | Howard Mayfield and John B.
in Gooding, Idaho, in 1918.
Mrs. Sheley drove over to Klamath Falls
Eddy asked for custody of the two Sunday and returned home Monday
children, James, 10 and Jeanne, 8, evening. It was nice and cool over
$40 a month support money and there— below zero — and plenty of
$100 for attorney's fees. According snow in the city and country.
to the complaint, Eddy left the plain-,
tiff more than a year ago, and has
Mrs. Leta Pearce and Mrs. John
fai -d to contribute to the support Henslaw of Eagle Point were call
of the family since then
ing on Central Point friends Mon
L. C. Grimes, proprietor Battery
and Electric Shop, was absent from
Mr. C. Aschenbrenner, advertising
his place of business from Wednes representative of the Northwest Po
day of last week until Tuesday on lice Journal, calieri on his uncle,
account of an attack of flu. Mrs. Wr. B P Thiess, on Monduy even
Grimes bad suffered the same af ing.
fliction the previous week.
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Terrett, 606
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hall's South Oakdale, Medford, were in
youngest son is very low with pneu Central Point Saturday spending
Thanksgiving with Mr. Terrett’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Terrett.
C. M. Taylor, one of this commun
ity's progressive farmers s'td or-
The Arthur Edmonds family, who
c..ardists, was transacting business have been living in one of the Wol-
verton houses, moved this week
down on Griffin creek.
Miss loin Carr was confined to j
her bed a fow days last week with
Mrs. Hoy Nichols was ill with flu
un unusually severe attack of flu, the fore part of this week.
but has fully recovered.
Gerald “ Smoky" Morris, who Is In
business in Jacksonville, was visit
ing with his parunts and many Cen
tral Point friends Tuesday. “ Smoky"
says he just can’t stay away from
Central Point for any length of time.
We wonder why?
Mrs. Blanch fbornbrew, an old
time resident of this community, was
visiting her many friends here from
Sunday until Wednesday. She has
been living In Kelso, Washington, the
past few years, and was on her way
to visit her adopted daughter In Oak
A reception was given at the W.
J. Gibhard home last Friday night,
honoring Mr. and
(Juackeubush, who had returned from
their wedding trip. Mrs. Quacken-
bush is a niece of Mr. Gebhard’s.
Mt. Pitt Rebekah Lodge No. 167
have elected the following officers
for the next six months: Noble
Grand, Etta Purkeypile; Vice Grand,
Ethel Southwell; Secretary, Florence
Eddy; Treasurer, Clara Vincent.
Other officers will he appointed be
fore installation which will tie held
in their hall January lith.
Mike Snider and John Clark left
Mrs. Roy Nichols has been quite Wednesday for Moore's Cabin ubove
sick the past week, hut is somewhat ; Union Creek to look after property.
improved In health at this time. Her The two boys will return for the
mother, Mrs. D M. Gresham, has Christmas holidays.
been with her during her illnesH.
Court Snider was a visitor In the
Mrs. A. J. Weaver and two song city from the Copco camp at Middle;
of Medford was a guest of her moth Fork. He will return to his work
er, Myrtle Murray, Suturday.
Mrs. J, U. Stevens, who has heen| Word was received here that l.os-
qulte ill for a week, Is convalescing, ter Scott of Klamuth Fulls has been
- — ■ ■ -
'confined In the Klamuth Valley hos-
I.eroy Cline, who has been work- pital for several days from Infection
ing at Brookings returned home Sat of the shoulder and left lung caused
by an immense carbuncle.
Born to Mr. aud Mrs. Gyp Vincent
lust week, a son.
Mr-. P. A Bonney has boon clerk-
Ing In the Marine grocery for the
past wet k and assisting Mr». Marine,
with her housework during her sick
THURSDAY. DETEVRCR 1 0 , i 9S1
Th» AMERICAN. CENTRAL QOINT. ORUGON
Among the young folks who jour-
neyed into the snow couutry last
Sunday were Miss Elizabeth South
well, Ethelyn Scott, Milton Coleman
an<1 Everett Scott. They say there
Is plenty of snow and skiing Is a fine
Mr. Geo. Wright aud Mrs. A1 Her-'
Mrs L. N. Swartz has been quit*
tuanson made an early morning trip 111 for the past week but is conslder-
t° Medford Tuesday.
ably Improved at this writing
Those who shipped their turkeys to the
H ALF M OON FR UIT & PRODUCE
CO. at Thanksgiving time received the
top price on day of arrival.
hzvn’t given us a trial, give us one now!
Plan to Help
Thank you. Will discuss the school
superintendent, teachers and wage
scale next week, and without kid
Christmas Eve and New Y ea r’s Eve
Word was received
ROCKVILLE CENTER, N. Y., Dec.
17— Men and women of this com- suffering from elephantitis.
■ Bend, Ore., for the last month but
W A L K E R ’S H A L L
munity are organising a novel form
"'h en the mass of taxpayers really has move<j to Spokane for the winter.
make up their minds that they want
rolenian formerly lived here and
of credit organization to aid home ......... .
tM .reduetlon the county ^ e d
Dornthe io c p l high school
owners who have come upon diffi- court and aides will be the happiest!
Y O l’ LI, MISS A FIXE TIME IF YOU FAIL TO RE PRESENT
cusses at large. Until we can gen-
E. V. Holifield came up from La
A group of half a dozen men who orally deliver ourselves into such a
Harbor, California, Tuesday to spend
Finest of Music aud Good Order
have been connected with the un- state of mind the court has but one
Christmas holidays with his family.
employment relief work of the town alternative, namely: to render to
DON’T FORGET IT!
has organized a committee of 90 every department a fair, square, hon-
Music for the Lions club in Med-
citizens to raise a fund to be incor- orable, and just dispensation of jus-
porated a i the Rocvllle Center Com- tlce without fear, prejudice or favor- f ° rd waa furnished this week. by Eftie
D A N C E E V E R Y S A T U R D A Y N IG H T
munity Credit Corporation, which itism hewn to the quick and then Herbert Yeoman and Mrs
will make arrangements with the drop the emergency fund into the. Young, Mr. Earl Davis, recently re-
local banks to lend money upon ! bottom of the vault and cease to turned from the Veteran's hospital
homes that already are so heavily weep over past or present unforgiv in Portland, gave an interesting talk
on the marvelous care afforded the
mortgaged that no more money can able sins.
be advanced upon their security. A
For the enlightenment of those ex-service men there,
petition has been filed with the Sec- interested, I am giving you the wage
retary of State for incorporation of scale — Jackson county — adopted/
¡February 1st, 1931: For the year.
The loati3 to be made by the banks 1931. Please study.
will he on the usual character basis, Water mechanic .................... $ 6.50 j
but where there is no collateral avail- Machinist .................................... 5.00)
I). E. Millard, Pastor
able for the loan, the bank, when It (Chief mechanic ............ $4.00 to 5.00
Bible School and morning wor-
is satisfied that the need exists and Mechanics welder ..................... 5.50 sjlip> vo:00 o ’clock.
that the borrower is a worthy citizen, Blacksmith .................................. 5.00
Christian Endeavor, 7 o'clock.
These are old established businesses and have been located here for
will puss the application on the loan Helpers ........................... $3 20 to 6.00
Junior Choir, 4 o’clock, Thursday.
many years or they have demonstrated their reliability in other ways
committee of the credit corporation. Shovelrunners
5.00 to 6 00 j N-ext Sunday the choir w ill present
such us offering standard merchandise or service at fair and equit
The committee in turn will recom- Truckdrivers ............... 4.00 to 4.25 some gpecial Christmas music
able prices. We heartily recommend them.
mend that the loan he made if In- j Catdrivers ..................... 4.00 to 5.00
vostigation indicates that it should Crusher foreman ................... 5.00
Christian Endeavor News
Kollermen .................................. 4.00 1
By staff Correspondent
The amount of the loans will not Hoist and crushermen .............. 4.00 ' The ladies' Missionary Circle will
M YR TLE’S COFFEE HOUSE
J. O . IS A A C S O N
be large— just enough to cover a Watchmen, per month
meet Friday afternoon at the church.
Home Cooked Pastry
REAL ESTATE BROKER
year's taxes or current mortgage pay- Motor grademcn .......... 4.50 to 5.00
Rehearsals for the Christmas pro-
ments— hut they will be sufficient Gradermen ................... 3.50 to 4.00 gram to be given on Christmas Eve
SHORT ORDERS— MEALS
to save the homes of citizens when Grading superintendent .......... 6.00 have been frequent this week.
the community wishes to retain them Hammermen ................ 4.50 to 5.00 pageant in which most of the ch ar-'
as neighbors until better days re- Powdermen .................. 4.00 to 4.50 acters are men, will he of unusual.
You Are Always Welcome At The
turn. The credit corporation, when Grading foremen ........ 4.00 to 4 50 interest.
its loan committee has passed fav- Dumpmen, loaders and
I The Christian
Dam i n Caf- & Confectionery
orably upon the request for money, plowshakers .............................. 3 50
Young's High School class will
The Home of Good Eats
will deposit the amount in the bank Laborers ................................... 3.20 sing carols for the shut-ins follow-
where It will remain with a Hen Teamsters ....
3.50 ¡ng the program, after which they
“ It's the Coffee"
against It until the debt Is paid.
T eam s..................................... 2.50
will enjoy a social
hour at the
The money to finance this plan is Plow teams ................................ 3.00 church.
being raised from 100 citizens who Bridge superintendent ............ 6.50
O. S. BLACKFORD
W O O D and C O AL
will contribute $100 each. The or- Large grader train foreman ... 6.00:
AT HUMMER PRICKS
ganizers expect that the fund will Bridge carpenters ...... 4.00 to 4 50!
Fresh Milk and Cream
.1. M. Johnson, pastor
be liquidated in two or three yeurs Deputy field assessors ............ 4 00
To all who ure Interested in a [
CKNTRAL POINT WOOD YARD
with a substantial return to sub- and $1.00 mileage,
^better knowledge of the scriptures
scribers. Loans will he made at cur- ( This will be mighty interesting
— who fe*‘l that we need God in our
rent bank rates and the transactions, study for those who really can or
everyday affairs-- we need the streng
will follow sound business practices desire to think in a business way.
W . K . A LE XA N D E R
th and inspiration tiiat comes from
¡fellowship with other fellow beings.
'I "T” *' '"I Vtlt’"!':M,:’r*j3
! we give a hearty invitation to meet
! us in Bible school.
tW u 4
Finley Implement Co.
) We have a group of sincere, earn-'
lest, capable young people who will | Central Point
O re g o n
: he an inspiration to any young peo- j
I pie seeking the best In life
j these young people in their devo
tional services on Sunday evening,
or in the Wednesday evening prayer
rtW V W W Y W V W V V W Y U V W M V
i "The Christ Who Cares" will he
T R O W B R I D G E
“ Personality Portraits"
the subject of the morning sermon
Commercial • . . Aerial
in our church; and "W hat's in a|
in Washington Idaho and British Colomba
'N am e?" will be the evening sermon!
E v ery th in g in Cuhinct W ork
under one reliable, effiçient management
Good programs of gospel j
assure you the m ost delightful o f trips
| songs are being prepared, and we
E sta blish ed in IftOM
¡nsk you to join with ns. 11a. m. and
W . V . ’ . V . V / . V . ’ .’ A V / . V A W .
:30 p. m. is the time.
Good Firms To Patronize
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20 Fine Hotels
The Church of Chrst meets every v . w A w w A w w w y w w w
Sunday on West Main street, Cen
tral Point. You are welcome.
er * '/ ’ y
J e /t r t c / e
10:30 a. m. Regular worship.
Your Favorite Jeweler
7:30 p. m. Preaching.
Order “ Dr. Hurbert's Story of the ¡j M edford,
Bible" from Mrs. Young. Wonderful A W t A W A ■.S M .W A A A A A S A M i
gift to old or young. Various re
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H O T E L C O L U M B IA
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S U N D A Y , DECEM BER 20
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818 Medford Bldg.
Come to us for Job Work
B E L L IN G H A M
H O T E L B E L L IN G H A M
HO TEL LE O P O LD
HO TEL HENRY
S A T U R D A Y , DECEM BER 19
through the N ational Board
o f Fire Underwriters and other
M O N D A Y , DECEM BER 21
T U E S D A Y , DECEM BER 22
SINGLE WITH BATH
DOUBLE WITH BATH A . T O >9.
ATTRACTIVE WEEKLY AONTHCT
A NO RESIDENTIAL R A T£ S
With our unexcelled service, we will be
glad to receive and ship your turkeys.
c o n s id e r s the protection o f
fK>' 5 Wxancfr'o Hotel * an o*< iated
Lr„t at thr Eppiev Hotel Cos 22 Hot*1»
n the rrudd!e west Loutsv ile ky.
o x! Rttsbvstjh ^3 wid the »kjmiiton
chony of Hotels r» Co'Tom,a
W E G R A D E . PAC K A N D FURNISH
YOUR CASES FREE when shipping to
Phone days at AI Hermanson's Feed
Store, 531. Night, Medford 1121 L.
w - vdll h'» r''C'*iv'ng »n Central Point on
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