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About The American. (Central Point, Or.) 1928-1936 | View This Issue
T h» AMERICAN. CENTRAL POINT, OJU a JOV
Many New Problem*
Companies in 1931
New Oiïieers Named foi I . of O . ‘Oregon Paci -.
GRANTS FROM EAST '
AID IN RESEARG
Foundjfion Gives U. of 0. Fun
''C ond!’ ‘ ''ns arising during the past
For Project Started Last
two years have presented operating
MU« Berth« Fredenburg. «later o f
Over thirty member» of Central
Mr«. Mlnne M oore, left Tuesday for Point Lodge No. 193, I. O. O. F . at-
and management problems o f extreme
magnitude to the public utility in
lled B lu ff, California, where «he has tended li*» Jacksonville lodge Mon-
University o f Oregon, Eugene.
a position fo r a few month«.
day night, the occasion being lnstal-
dustry." according to Halford E rick
An additional sum o f $6,750 to su
latlon o f o fficer« o f that lodge for
son. vice president in charge of
plement a grant of $ 10,000 made li
operation, Byllesby Engineering and
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gw term. Those who Jour-!
year by the Carnegie Corporation i
Management Corporation. “ The fall
placing old poles In the city with new »eyed to that city are unanimous in
the University of Oregon for rescar
and taller ones, changing linos from « » ’ "-• liij this as one o f the most
ing o f f in manufacturing and trade in the field of artistic appreciati
streets to alleys.
. 1« n
n m in m o f this winter
has resulted in deceased loads while has been awarded the university,
ubnormally low water conditions in is announced by Dr. Arnold Benn
territories served largely by hydro Hal), president. Work already uni
Goo p ^ u ker will leave Monday
electric generating stations have con way and partially completed promise
rold home at
night E L .jp . in for
o look after Mlllonalre road, west o f this city,
tributed further to the problems of to bring out remarkable findings
maintaining high standards o f ser this phase o f modern education, *
the property InU:
He h a. leased
vice. particularly in those communi Hall says.
n o r a e 11«? 1 c t u e 1 as• | -------------
Based on the belief long held #j ^
Kneeland. who to o k possession the hold Turkey Farm, Oakland, Califor-
ties where growing demands for rur modern psychologists and educators M l
firat o f the year. Mr. ilenker didn't ola, shipped in care of A1 Herman-
al and domestic service have been that human behavior is conditioned b j ^ B OOTer
state indefinitely when be would re- son's feed store. The Stronghold Tur-
emotions rather than intellect, t I ° wu hai
turn to the Rogue River valley but 1 k(*y farm 1« noted as breeders o f high
"E lectric output of utilities In the project under way here is seeking • drouth,
quality turkeys o f this breed, which
.Standard Gas and Electric company develop a symmetrical program ralng or
we feel sure "It won't be long."
are claimed to be early maturing and
->stem for the twelve months ending education that would deal with i deeper ho
a profitable turkey.
Plans for an active year were made at the recent meeting of the “ Oregon Dads” at the l > :-er -!*;• o f Oregon
October 31 totaled 4.448,026,787 phases o f life. Training and develtt, hole- tha
E. E. Griffiths, local truck man,
I I a n s it ir a n a n . » * j ~
ment o f emotional as well as intellec.]piacjll as
' * * ------ —• ‘ i i f committee. Left to right, >..:i 11.
kilowatt-hours, compared with 4,612
\hove are the new officers, and members of the executi»
Massey, Klamath Fai'*; ¡'r.
has purchased a new Ford truck to
activities is included as a vita.
Everett Scott left today for Klam
Witt a SU
Cal.: Carl llaberlach.
er. ’ try: C. C
I mamóos; Dr. George ...
4?♦«,!*73 kilowatt-hours in the pre- ——
better take care of hi« business.
iennett Hall, president of the University; Charles Hall, Portland; Mrs. Marian Phj Agcr, c.ecu ' ve s ■ :i ortland
ath Falls, where he has a promise of
__ holes n
fall. Portland; O. f.aurgaard, Portland, retiring president; J. C. Stevens, Portland: \V. I r Tho:n:> . i, 1’or
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The work here was started last yes!
a good position for some time.
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1 ' d W1
B under the direction o f a committal *®r*' * 1 c
iresident; Wilson H. Jewett, Eugene, secretary; Paul T. Shaw, Portland, and W. C. Reagititi, Port’ and.
The Uoldeu Link Bible class of
ill T ease of . x7 per cent during the composed o f leadin(r faculty mombtn sharks am
th© Christian church will meet F ri
The Rev. and Mrs. D E. Millard!
1,1 '‘ p Mod in tota* ,llpctric output o f the university. The project is seek, fo ri the u
day afternoon at the church recrea
n the l niteit State- Despite general Jng definitely to determine what |oft*u sigh
nnd daughter, Betty, were dinner
¡idvci>e conditions, domestic electric any relationship exists between th ness of t
guests o f Mr. and Mrs. K E. Scott
sab .- Increased about eight per cent enhanced capacity for appreciation k Iowa swin
on Wednesday evening.
Miss fid in e Carlin o f Eugene spent
period, partly offsetting beauty in the graphic arts, literatim ;
the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. J. O.
lie d. line In sales for industrial music and nature and the enhancs
Miss Mildred Burgher and Mr. Joe
ment o f one’s altruistic urge, respona _ : ,
Mayor left for Los Angeles late New
“ Dur iig m u
to civic aPPeal and ideals in p erson ian ,ls llon
Year's day, where they will return to
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Central Point Lodge. I. O. O. r ^
,ife- This is being done by a sene
On Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 12, a
their work. Miss Burgher has been
No. lit;: and M . Pitt L o d e No. 1«7.
e ‘ ,andurd o f tests given not only to students b. tu rn 'd to
free pre-school clinic will be held at
to faculty members and ot'e .
on t • ,.i
visiting her mother, Mrs. E E. Scott to the entrancing clatter of bayonets,
Il> L. M. SWEET
the Central Point health center Dr. and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs
booming of cannons and cries of the
in tiieir hall W* dm ’ a
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wife, fat hi
HIS NAME IS Ml D.
Wm W. I* Molt und Miss Breien
L. N. Swartz. While here they vis •wounded and dying. Peace, sweet
nary 6. The di trict d- • uty grand
, ' •
were required for de-
LAK EVIEW — Everett Reid of i ing out a
will be In charge o f the clinic. Im
ited many friends in this city and peace. Isn’t It wonderful? Ta* re
ifi l »- j^0\v ptne
n n e Creek
l reeK district
uuu» n ——T-
master. John Norris of Jacksonville.
h a.n ' < i ( »' Xppn'
munization fo r diphtheria will be
Miss Burgher graduated funds to Secretary Mellon alone have trouble. He lahoreth all the days of
earnings o f pigna and blueprints
\ v . Sono K
K- pt n
given us well as examinations of pre
from the local high school with the been $50,000,000, but never a dole his youth to pay for a gniollne char- with hi ini ' ill I
all -uh diary and affiliated public
--“ ‘ g —
---- 1 fo r the co- lotting the
for the poor. Ye god»! Forgive us, lot. and lo! the thing is junk aud he . f th fl
class of ‘ 26.
of * *>-
gtruction ' of
1 1 , •
X» “ * V .-I era
m a uu - n m SirUCHOlI
Ui - a
kit- j( , a8 “ ‘‘U
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fo - we know not what we do. Eng- need^tii another, lie planteth wheat hundred visitors were present to w..
| Ul UIO iuoum ux_.t. t. j
i w ____^
Carl W eaver and wife are here
i h !
• - « * • r
- u cad • S I and
_ j m -^
for east of - the C
fto r n . w
Perry Johnson »pent Vow Year's land couldn't pay us $150,000,000, In the earth and he tilleth it dilig- n,
from Npokune, visiting the Weavers
- " ;i !••"' -aid to be coining into favor 01 • 0Ot*\. and
in .Sains Valley and Dr. Heckman of day ut his h '" ’ '- in this city, also vis tlons the huge sum of $725,000.000. asses, and when the harvest Is gather-
served by the l»o-i’ - led
■ ',] with the previous eoast. Mr. Reid plans to build thl**1* ’ class
Medford. She will visit here for a iting friends.
France was able to pay out $467.- ed Into the burns he oweth the land-
the in tallation Tie- . rowd then left
" nl '• " hil® gross earnings winter to take advantage o f the lot^n<l a rea
Elizabeth Southwell, Evelyn Stump 000, 000 for war, but Just too h a rd ; lord eight dollars and forty cents for Walker's hall and danced until i
‘ 1 1
per cent. This lndi- price o f lumber.
^ B cin n a tl.
Mr. and Mrs. McUonagle are the and Ethelyn Scott and Bus Adams, Belgium paid out $32,000,000 for
He borroweth money from the len-
b j a ffa c tln g i>r. ,
T ,. „
f t . ve a n .
proud parents o f a baby boy born Victor Noel anil Boh Dietrich attend armaments, hut couldn't pay us $8,- ders to buy pork and syrup and gas-
ed the New Year's Frolic at the Cra-
000,000. Italy hud $250,000.000 fo r'o lin e and the Interest eateth up that
terian theater New Year's Eve.
t o s c r v l c r until ,:• N
Mussolini’s sword-rattling program he hath He begets sons and daugh-
Dick Hay was up town Monday.
Tiie preliminary construction hud ,
lhe e*Ppnditures I-,®«* 1 18 a
Miss loia Carr spent Tuesday and hut was too poor to raise $ 15.000.000 ti-rs and educates them to smoke
to apply on account. Even poor old cigarettes and to wear a white col- Hill, who furnished tiie music.
f t for i ! , 3S , otal!j $25 015 966
according to preliminary
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Farra entertain
The new officers
p r " o -lniant.
ed for New Year's dinner Mr. and Lela Muuldlng o f Medford
, Installed . - are: . -
uu,vu < *"*
I ItlCUll- $
f i i g 6,347,300
,01 I ,0 VU , ; the gas dep;
500,000 warfare bill, but a sobslster neither labor In the field nor nny-
\li. pin Rebekali I.' :
• jeefs now under construction w h ich ' ment will expend I $ 3 ,3 1 9 .8 0 9 , i,n'th e m - Hei
Mrs Harvey W alters o f Talent and
lola Carr spent last week with when It cume to paying an honest where under the sun. The children
were not completed in
$5,338 857 I will
Mr. und Mrs. Ross Cline o f Eagle
— — — • Un-
— — «OlUUOjUU
w * « « wv
ornery and one of
I.ela .Muuldlng ut her home in Med debt o f $287,000. Can It be pos- ol' his loins are lawyer
slble Dr. Mayo 1» right and that the them becomes a lawyer and another Grand, Ethel Southwell
ed by trai
llPp , a filling
t;iti u and
lu i* the Prospect diversion pro- istruction.
world In Its haste and mud rush has sticketh upp
what a bu
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Miss Beisle Murphy, sixth grade
niaketh whoopee with the substance cent; Warden, Emma Gleason; to n
know all a
teacher iu the Central Point schools
Can we pause long enough to think thereof
T h - wife of his bosom ductor, Mary Richard ; ; 1 tiaplain,
returned Saturday from her school of friends at his home Wednesday or huve our intellectual capacities liecketh with a stranger md when Sarah Musty; Musician, Evelyn Poe;
evening, Dec. 30. Games and trlckM
§ A girl wi
vacutlon at Portland.
gone Into unbalance and our power lie rehuketh her, lo! she shooteth Inside Guardian. Erma H 'dgepeth;
of various kinds and music were en
o f 1 he shou
o f reason Into the
unfalhotules* him in the finale. He goeth forth Outside Guardian, Luyella Damon;
joyed by the group. Those present
Mr V ictor Noel, Bus Adams and
void? Can it he, mothers, the old In the morning >u the road ;hat k . S. N. G , Ida Henderson; L. S. N
were Helen Lees, Wilda Mali, Lelu
she was b
Clarence Canine were visiting friends
adage we love profound, "T he hand j leadeth him to the city and a jitney G., Ernestine Hostel; It. S. V. G-. Iva
Muuldlng. lola Carr, Ardis Casad,
W( saw a
in this city W ednesday evening
thut rock* the
rules the smlteth him so that his ribs project Coplnger; I,. S. V. G., Cordelia Beem.
Edwin Martin, W aller Carr, Elton
sip p ed strt
Miller, Laurel Cupps, and the host,
Mrs. L. N. Swartz has been feeling
the perfidy of the war lords o i hell of whoopee Juice to forget his sor- Noble Grand. Allen M. Henderson;
tllpping o f
much bettor after her recent Illness John Lathrop.
and transformed to mean. “ The hand rows and It burneth the lining of Vice Grand, Ernest Reames; Secre-
thing that •
Merle Kindle and Aetna Parr mo that rocks the cradle furnl-he* the his liver. All the days of hi« life tary. Ed Vincent; Treasurer, Earl
ey Island d
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson and
These are olil established businesses and have been located here for
tored to Yreka on husinesM on Jun gunfodder to satiate the lust, greed tie findelh no parking space and is Scott; Warden, Geo. March; Con-
slips so Ion
family motored to Roseburg Sunday
many years or they have demonstrated their reliability in other ways
stay in the
to spend the day with relatlvea.
Jionor and motherly lo v e ?" Let us going forth until he com .th back Poague; Inside
such as offerin g standard merchandise or service at fair and equit
think. Perhaps we should pause An enemy stealeth his car, physicians Head; Outside Uuardian, H. W. Cop-
able prices. We heartily recommend them.
John Ross has beeti very busy ro-
to utter a prayer, "W hat shall the rtmove Ills Inner parts aud his teeth iug.-r; R. S. N. C.. Fred Hesselgravc;
flnlshlng the Inalde o f his building
on Main street. The place will be
ÎT here an
tneir legs to strangers; Ills arteries V Q.. Jesse Richardson; L. S. V. G.,
M Y R T L E ’S C O F F E E H O U S E
occupied by Mr. Terrett mul Mr. Dun
hardeneth in the evening of his life, Newton Eddy; R. S. S., Bill Musty;
Home Cooked Past ry
lap. They wll spend the rainy days
REAL ESTATE BROKER
like we oug
his heurt busteth trying to keep pace L. S. S , E. E. Brown.
The trial o f Gilbert Colile, giunt
there pluyltig blllards und other re-
I in a w
Sorrow and hill collectors followeth
hlaeksmlth and sou-ln law of the Iute
SHORT ORDERS— MEALS
Ralph Mcrriee and family, from
Cobi) Law, west o f Central r o llìi, ile
. If the Sot
when he is gathered to his fathers
t'HKISTI \ \ (I I I Ht II
Ralph Merriee and family, from
You are invited to attend a trac eliseli o f (he murder lust full of Italo
W«y they ha
the neighbors sayeth: "How much Keno, are visiting his mother, Mrs.
D. E. Millard. Pastor
mi |*irrt«idii m
tor and Implement
M check r
Bible School and morning w or did he leave? ’ L o ’ he hath left it all Merritt.
You Are Always Wtlcome St The
plare o f business In Central P oin t,has. Ore , began Saturday at Sun Uur-
And Ills -vile rejoiceth in a new
Tuesday and W ednesday, January j nardlno, C alifornia, before Superior ship. 10:00 o'clock.
D a m o n ( aft?
C o n fe c tio n e ry
_| SB.! plead f
coupe and maketh eyes at a young
Christian Endeavor. 7 o'clock.
Mr. M. O. Brown's many friends
12 and 13. Experienced factory men Judge Churles A Alison
S year. Th
Junior Choir, 4 o'clock, Thursday.
The Home o f G iku I Eats
will be present and explain and an-
Collie Is accused of having beaten
w ill he pleased to learn he Is able to
swor any question. Pictures will he Slater to death for a few dollars and
get up town on crutches after many
“ It's the Coffee”
d any on
shown o f machinery. Lunch will be his automobile and burying the body
weeks o f conflnnient iu a hospital.
^ B n ter in a
served at noon. Come and have a *•> a shallow grave on the desert nesi body to attend the Paul Brown Rally the time when the earth knoweth
o f Crstor laike Union at Medtord on him no more, he lahoreth for bread
jB r t s know
Finley Implement Co.
Mr and Mrs. Ray Anders are here
pri nting, th
Thirty-two were and watcheth the devil.
Announcing the state would ask Tuesday evening.
from Klamath Falls visiting Mrs.
a t SI MMER PRICES
• tl- its. It)
for the death penally, the prosecu present from our society and w« re «a s iu the beginning, and now his
Anders' parents. Mrs. Anders wa
'Fresh .Milk and ( ream
name is “ mud,
•pin has be.
tion questioned each venireman as to tained the shield
form erly Miss Violet Scott and is
CENTRAL POINT WOOD YARD | back the tid
Dr Paul Brown's talks w ere Very
his ronnrtentlous scruples regarding
well known in the valley. Mr. An
Phone t l x l
Phone S l I:1
■ ma has ir.
Instructive and Inspirational
|the death penalty.
er at rive
ders will return to his homo Thun<
from four cr
Collie has repudiated an alleged "ca n d le -llth i" service at the close
»U fim ia.
n re he
|confession obtained by I s m Angeles was most hiipr<>«sire and left a la-t
as been visi
Albert. friends and relatives (or the comiu,
W . E. ALEXANDER
| police, which he now declares * » * ing memory upon all present.
vho Is ill.
The annual church dinner will be
¡obtain ed under duress.
iheld Thursday night.
K t r tax, tr
' table, a varied program of talks and
S gallon hut
1(1 \DI\G Itlld lT
music will be given, also reports from
There'll a right way to read, aud the
departmcii' < , t the
I s - o f theit
f l g e e s in thi
a wrong way
The wrong way Is to church.
take a book and say to yourself ar
f t ten cents
hitranly. “ I'm going to resd
every The Church of Chrst meets every
a good idei
word o f this If It kills me.“
>lo It Sunday on W ist Main «1 n e t . t . n-
th ocean a
that way and It probably will kill tral Point. You are welcome
Itiu m l the i
,V .V . '. ■ . • . V . V . W V I W W V Y W
Certainly It will kill the hook
10 30 a ni Regular worship
•Bur -t in tl
S H A M .LE STUDIOS
fo r yon. The right way is to say
wi ich he pa
"I ni going to read the parts of this
W e r e going to h ive another fir.
■ n e ami the
Conuuery ial - - - Aerial
hook that are of Interest and
»aim- prevention week Why only a * • .
f t . n i It. Tl
The parts that aren't useful A hy not all the time? vnd there arc
^K ck. anywa
I'm going to omit “ That means ex those Christmas basket- sent aroun,
erclslng critical Judgment, of course to the poor. They g. t a good no a
E-labUehr«l in IlMlM
I We would]
-deciding what is worth your time »>“ Christmas and then everybody
•»- it In th.
anil what Isa l
It doesu t forgets that the« have to have som
f t le . O . st
no an. If you a .e reading Conrad s ; thing to eat the rest o( the tin.
A u c k farme
“ Lord Jim ." skipping the splendid Every fire department ought to be
• A S W A Y V S V .’ .V .Y V Y A 'V W W Y V
A . his potat
O ie e f the youngest law pmfraaors description and fine characterisation Aire prevention society, and iu < n
la the f c
r j. Orlando J. Hollis, h i* that prove Conrad s greatness those -taut operation
f t c tubers
Just arc.'M et a position at the l aivsr- are the thing» you reed Conrad i'wr!
s.ly of tin 10» taw school, at the age It doesn’t mean merely getting the
Carl and Clifford Hoswell 1
V'Ut l avorile Jeweler
I From Ma
o f $7.
27 . G
l i re-hist
I »»' - from
University with the highest schelastic ■•«»»'*•" It means thinking as y o u 1 ly o f this 1!
f t ory
preerd ever made in the law school, he reed
There's a difference between Cell? . st ;• t to vt->t
^ K h o was ver;
Jge* h en «x «tin i Iru-t nfiicer leading carelessly and resding crii
Farm Phot> graphs
f t the next
« ' ■ » “ " ’ •I
on their way tu f o r t ,
.11* Mesi ford Bldg.
^kem her »h i
Am ericas Boy M ila n :.
Phoee M W
■ u t be had
J Mother* Warned
Mean Big War
C. C. Hoover
T 7 lng
Good Firms To Patronize
Collie on Trial for
J. O. ISAACSON
ä h r (îh u rrh r'i
O. S. BLACKFORD
WOOD and COAL
Tinley Implement Co.
TRACTOR a n d IMPLEMENT J
FINLEY IMPLEMENT CO. PLACE
I iues.3ndWedJan.12-i 3
J LUNCH SERVED AT NC0N
► Come to us for Job Work
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