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    THE AMERICAN
VOLUME VII
1 1 N 1 K Xl l*<>! NT, OBEGON, THURSDAY, N OV EM BE R JM, t i l d i
N I M B E It »
FIRE DESTROYS LUMBER SHED
M usings—
aliatihspimtut
Uy an Innocent Bystander
Timber Products
Co. Retail Stock
and Office Razed
(E I)IT O R IA L )
Another y e a r h a s ro lle d by an d
H e season of T h a n k s g i v i n g la w ith
ug a g a in . And we w h o live in S o u th ­
ern Oregon h ave m u c h t o b e t h a n k ­
ful for.
•
•
»
For one th in g , w e c a n be t h a n k f u l
to the gods o f t h e w e a t h e r , whc
have shown us t h a t it ca n still rain
In Oregon. W it h t h e g r o u n d g r a d ­
ually becom ing s a t u r a t e d w ith m o is­
ture once m o r e we c a n be s u r e of
bounteous h a r v e s t s n e x t y ear.
• • •
The ou tlo ok fo r n e x t y e a r is m u c h
brighter. F a r m p ric e s a r e g r a d u a l ­
ly rising, c o m m o d it y p rices, w hich
were forced u p by t h e e a rl y m ove­
ment of th e New D eal, a r e settlim :
down. B u sin ess m e n r e p o r t in c r e a s ­
ed sales.
F e d e r a l e x p e n d i t u r e s in
this county a r e d e c r e a s i n g a n d a l ­
together we seem to h a v e t u r n e d
that fam o u s “ c o r n e r " a t last.
All of w h ich m a y o r m a y n o t be
due to P r e s id e n t R o o se v e lt, accord
ing to y o u r o w n v ie w p o in t. D o u b t­
less the “ p r i m i n g o f t h e p u m p " ha.-
helped, a n d we h o p e t h a t now we
will be able t o w a lk on o u r hind
legs awhile.
• • •
More a n d m o r e we n o te t h a t th>
governm ent is t u r n i n g once m o r e to
the right. P rice fix in g is b e in g a b a n
doned an d b u sin e ss is o n c e m o r e b e­
ing allowed to s e t tl e d o w n to w o rk
Which is all to th e good. W h il e t h e r e
always h av e b een a n d a lw a y s will
be a few sc o u n d r e ls a m o n g busin ess
men, yet th e r a n k a n d file a r e Just
"us comm on f o l k s ” w h o w-ork q u i e t ­
ly along m in d in g t h e i r o w n busin ess
and doing t h e i r level b est to avoid
stepping on th e o t h e r fellow s toes.
•
*
Once each year the A m erican
people pause to take inventory of
their blessings and to give thanks for
the sam e to the Giver of all good.
C h ild ren of th e th ird and fourth
g ra d e s an d th e ir te a c h e r, Mrs. H an ­
sen e u te r ta i n e d W e d n e s d a y a f t e r ­
noon with a T h a n k s g iv in g program .
E v rg re e n tr e e s fo rm ed an a r t i s ­
tic s e ttin g for th e s t o ry of th e first
T h an k sg iv in g . The room was d a r k ­
ened an d light was th r o w n upon the
s t a g e by footlights. T he costumei
of th e In d ia n s an d of th e Pilgrim s
w ere especially effective an d receiv
ed m uch favorable co m m en t.
A larg e gro up of m o th ers an d
in te n d s a tte n d e d th e final perfo r­
m an ce W ed n esd ay afte rn o o n .
Pre­
viously it had been p resen ted sev­
e ra l tim es to th e v a rio u s g rad es in
th e building.
T h efo llow in g is th e p ro g ram .
SONGS— " T h a n k s g i v in g ," " T h a n k s
giviug is H ere," " T h e T u rk e y ." by
g ra d e s T h ree and F o u r.
"S T O R Y O F T H E P IL G R IM S " told
by Louise Russell, P a u l Blumen-
steiu , Carolyn Lees, P a tt y Lou
L an g sto n . M arjorie P en lan d , G er­
ald in e Sullivan. N o rren e Rohnert,
June
C onrad, W allace
R egan,
F r a n k l i n Gebhard. Helen Young.
PLAY " T h a n k f u l Lives up to hei
N a m e ."
Thankful
T oday we have been looking
back over the past year to see w hat
we might be thankful for. W e find a
lot. •
A fire of u n k n o w n o rig in e n tire ly su f fe re d a d is lo c a te d s h o u l d e r w hen
d e s tro y e d t h e office a n d re ta il lum - he fell from t h e ro o f of t h e fa c to ry
her sh e d of t h e T i m b e r P r o d u c t s Co build in g , s t r i k i n g a box c a r in hla
in M edford e a r l y M onday m o r n in g descent. H e w as e n g a g e d In sweep-
T h e loss is set a t a p p ro x im a te ly »75 Ing s p a r k s front th e ro o f w h e n he
UO®-
slipped o n th e fro st-co v ered ro o f a n d
T ra g e d y a c c o m p a n ie d th e big blaze fell to t h e g r o u n d on t h e w e st side
w h e n T h o m a s Lee, 50-year-old min- of th e build ing.
e r living on M cA ndrew s Road a b o u t
T h e re ta il b u ild in g , one of t h t
h a lf a block fro m th e scene of t h e most u p -to -d a te s t r u c t u r e s of Its
fire, a w o k e a n d saw th e flam es. In kind In S o u t h e r n O re g o n , to g e t h e r
th e h u r r y of re m o v in g his belong- with a sto ck of a b o u t 6 0 0 ,0 0 0 feet
ings fro m his house, Mr. Lee drop- of select lu m b e r, w a s to ta lly d e stro y ,
ped d e a d of a h e a r t a ilm en t.
ed. A c a rlo a d of c e m e n t, a c a r of
T h e f ire b r o k e o u t in th e r e a r ol s h in g le s a n d o n e of ro ofin g , w ere
th e office b u il d in g a n d sp re a d w ith also d e stro y e d .
Inco nceivable r a p i d it y to th e u d j o u r
T he box f a c to ry a n d sa w mill,
ning lu m b e r sh ed. T h e n ig h t w atch- sta n d in g
100 feet n o r t h of th e r e ­
m an h a d been t h r o u g h th e b u ild in g tall sh ed , was n o t In j u r e d a n d U in
a few m i n u t e s befo re th e flam es o p e ra tio o u a s u su a l. T h e h u g e lum -
b ro k e o u t a n d »aw n o th in g w ro n g her y ard s of th e c o m p a n y w ere also
L o o k in g b ack a few m in u te s late’r ■ u n in j u r e d .
he saw t h e flam es r o a r in g In th e
F loyd H a r t, m a n a g e r of t h e Tim -
fr o n t of t h e h u g e build in g a n d al b e r P ro d u c t s C o m p a n y , s t a t e s t h a t
once gave th e a l a r m . T h re e a l a r m s j th e c o m p a n y ex p ects to r e b u i ld at
w ere so u n d e d callin g for all th e h e lp once and t h a t th e y h a v e su fficien t
a v ailab le.
W h e n th e d e p a r t m e n t lu m b e r on h a n d to su p p ly t h e de-
re a c h e d t h e scene th e w hole bu ild - inand. T h e loss w a s e n ti r e l y co ver­
ing w as a f l a m e an d th e e n ti r e ef- ed w ith in s u ra n c e ,
fo r ts of t h e fire m e n w ere d ir e c te d
T h e c o m p a n y h a s e s ta b lis h e d a
to w a r d k e e p in g t h e fire from sp read - t e m p o r a r y office in t h e Mill Service
Ing to th e s u r r o u n d i n g buildings.
S ta t io n b u ild in g a c r o s s th e s t re e t
T h e f ire m e n w e re su ccessful In fro m th e b u r n e d s t r u c t u r e an d a r e
keep in g t h e fla m e s from t h e S tan- doing b u sin e ss a s usu al.
A lth o u g h
d a r d Oil C o m p a n y building», only h a n d ic a p p e d by th e loss of six tr u c k s
50 feet aw ay. T h e h u g e ta n k » an d w hich w ere d e s tro y e d in th e fire, the
Iron co vered b u ild in g s b ecam e very c o m p a n y Is d e li v e ri n g fuel a s u su al,
hot, b u t no d a m a g e w a s d o n e.
t h r o u g h th e a ss ista n c e o f several
H o w a rd F ry . 37, m ill e m p lo y e h ir e d tr u c k s .
W e are thankful for health; for
loved ones; for a w ill to work and an
opportunity to serve.
W e are thankful for a home
where our fam ily may gather; for
food and clothing and shelter.
W e are thankful for the m easure
of good will shown us by our fellow
townsm en, for the business they have
given us during the year.
And today w e want to wish all
our readers a joyful Thanksgiving.
Let us all join the chorus and “P raise
G o d f r o m W h o m a l l Blessings
F low .”
......Beverly u a,8or i Local Youth Leaves
Home on Sunday
FL A SH !
M other ................................. Zoe Hill
J o h n .................
Shirley Kelley
Pilgrim T h a n k fu l M arjorie Jew ett
The family an d frie n d s of Nor-
F a i t h ___ - ...... Lavonne C assm an
_ ~
. ,
...
,
P e re g r in e .... ...
R ob ert Colley man F la h a r ty , 17, a re deeply con-
0 _0 ,
W ith
W ash -
P a tie n c e
Florence Biasing re n te d in th e w hereab ou ts o i th e S C O r e
SONG " W h e n the Pilgrim s C om e’ boy, who disappeared front his home
P A GE AN T The F irst T h a nk sg iving ' Sunday, ab ou t 2 p. nt. His fa th e r
Red Men— H aro ld Meyers, E u g en e | A rth u r F la h a r ty , stated th a t all ef-
Dailey, R ich ard Wooten, Clayton forts of him self and of sta te police
C an no n . Neil W ooldridge. Billy!in tra c in g th e youth have
as yet
/Colley, Dean C arlson, David M a n u s ! •><‘pn unsuccessful.
He was last seen by Mrs. E d ith
T h e seaso n al r a in fa ll since 8 ep-
In dian W o m e n — E llan ora B artol
Deuel, a teac h er at C en tral Point te m b e r 1 is 6 .52 Inches t o d a te , fol-
M arjorie J e w e tt . Zoe Hill,
seeing i„ w | nK tt .39 inch
rain
M o n d ay
Pilgrim Men— Billy McCord. Joh n g rade school, who rep orted
Ross, Shirley Kelley, Boyd Miller,! the boy walking out of town on the ,,ig-ht. N o rm al for th e s a m e period
highway headed
north.
He left
3 87 sh o w in g t h a t th e ra i n f a l l so
Robert Colley.
Pilg rim W o m en — Virginia Manus
sho rtly before, telling his par- fgr thl8 y e a r | H i . 65 inches ab ove
B etty B o ard m an . Violet W ooten p" '»
he was going to visit a norm al.
D u rin g th e m o n th of N o v e m b e r
M arjorie .Hilkey, Lavonne Cass- neighbor on Beal lane,
As th e youth is said to be suffer- ¡¡.73 in «.heg of rain hag fallen , ac-
m a n . F lo re n c e Biasing.
Itig from slight m ental defectiveness c o rd in g to th e U. S. W e a t h e r Bur-
following a mastoid o p eratio n a ,.a „. N o rm a l for N ovem b er, to d a te
n u m b e r of years ago, F l a h a r t y said
1.96 inches.
he may not fully c o m p rehen d
his
F a r m e r s a r e hig h ly pleased w ith
situation.
The only reason for his tlie ruin, because It h a s fallen slow-
d lsappearan ce Is th e fact
that
s jy e n o u g h to allow It all to s o a k In.
certain rough elem ent am on g th e Re a r c re e k , h o w ever, w hich seld om
younger boys have been u n k in d and ),ag m uch w a te r In It, even in win-
police of te r, | g r u n n i n g a good s t r e a m , t h r u
Mrs. B e rth a Young, P residen t oi mean to him. T he s ta te
and J o s ep h in e
c o u n tle t Medford, a n d even sh ow s w h ite on
th e C o u nty Council of th e P. T. A Jackson
presided a t a business m eeting held (have been u n ab le to get a tr a c e of th e riffles.
recently st th e home of Mrs. A r th u r him so far.
A cco rding to local f a r m expert«.
S h o r t In Medford.
A budget was
The only clue offered as
to - his en o u g h rain has a lr e a d y fallen th i s
p lan n ed to cover travelling expenses j w h ereab ou ts is a s t a te m e n t
by th e y,,ar to a s s u r e crop p ro d u c tio n next
of th e C o u n ty P resident an d M e m - 1 boy several weeks ago. a ccord in g to yeari un(f w a t e r fo r i r r ig a t io n , but
b e rs h ip C h a irm a n
Funds *■■■ • ■ll ¡hi* paren t-, that h" "m ig h t
sp - n d 1 *s:,t th e soil is .1 long way^ from
D u rin g t h e
p a sP few
so set asid e fo r a delegate to be sent C h ris tm as with my g r a n d p a r e n ts in s a t u r a t e d .
ta b le
has
gone
to th e S tate P. T. A. Convention. A sotin." (Mr and Mrs. 1. A. L yda, y e a rs th e w a te r
In o r d e r th a t all Units of th e Conn of Asotin. W ash .) He a v e rr e d th a t ,| 0 wu. d u e to s h o r t ra in fa ll, a n d th e
he would m ake th e tr ip by freig h t i r n u n ( j
c a p a b le of a b s o r b in g a lot
ty may know w hat I» going on
of
rain
th
is
w in te r
■omplete
c
a
le
n
d
a
r
for
each
m
onth
train,
his
p
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re
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ts
said,
Cl
will be published ab ou t the first o il
F la h a r ty a sk s th a t an y o n e know
th e m onth. All Unit Publicity C h a i r - ¡ i ng „f th e boy's w h e re a b o u ts to corn-
men a r e u rg ed to meet with t h e i r ; m nnlcate
with
box 122
C entra'
f n i t P ro g ra m C hairm en and n i a k - 1 Poi nt, o r cal l the C en tral P oint tele-
M edford Hi w ins state
cham pionship w ith tie
ington Hi at P ortland.
•
To us, as we r e a d d aily of th e
doings of o t h e r c o u n t r i e s w h e re th e
g o v ern m ents d i c t a t e e v e ry activity
ot the people, It s e e m s c le a r
th a t
such m eth o d s will n o t fit t h e A m e r i­
can people. W h a t t h i s c o u n t r y need'
is just plain h o n e s ty In o u r b u s i n e s '
life. The old G o ld en R u le can well
be our guide.
So lon g a s we each
live up to t h a t s t a n d a r d a s b est we
may, we d o n ’t n eed g o v e r n m e n t In­
terference.
• • •
The p re s id e n t h a s
m a d e it c lea r
th at he in te n d s to go a h e a d w ith his
plans for c h e a p p o w e r fro m g o v e rn ­
ment p lan ts. T h e T. V. A. is to be
the y ard stick w ith w h ich to m e a s ­
ure the o t h e r p ro j e c ts . T h e r e s n h s
may be w o rth it, b u t it s e e m s to ns
that is going to be a r a t h e r e x p e n ­
sive m e a s u rin g pole.
The M edford
N ew s
h a s gon-'
am uck a n d
is now is su e d
sem i­
weekly. W h ic h still le a v e s t h i s p a ­
per the le a d in g w e e k ly
paper
01
S outhern O rego n . Now if Rro. H all
would Just g et a n ew v iew p o in t In­
stead of a " h a l f - m o o n o p e n in g in a
door on th e b a c k l o t ," all w o u ld he
rosy.
• • «
We a r e p leased to n o te t h a t 0111
city m a r s h a l Is m a k i n g a d ri v e on
those who g et c a re le s s
in d riv in g
about o u r to w n .
T im e w as, w h en
•he h ig h w ay
passed
th rough
th e
business section, t h a t h a r d l y a week
passed w ith o u t a n a u to m o b il e w reck
of som e k in d . A n d la t e ly t h e r e h av e
been a lot o f y o u n g
fools flittin g
«bout o u r s t r e e t s w h o o u g h t to be
given a lesson.
Last w eek B ert c a u g h t a lordly
tr av elin g s a l e s m a n w h o fo r g o t w h e re
he was. a n d t u r n e d a r o u n d b etw een
Intersections.
R ecorder
Hatfic'ld
h and ed him a s t if f r e m i n d e r t h a t h»
had Wetter s t a y a w a k e n ext tim e.
• • •
W e saw a c e r t a i n y o u n g lad y «!
o n r tow n b a c k o u t fr o m t h e c u rb
abo u t a h u n d r e d feet fr o m t h e c o r­
ner an d b ack fu ll s p e e d a r o u n d tin
co rn er to sa v e p oo sslb lv 3D seconds
Drive to th e n ex t i n t e r s e c tio n
W hat
» o u ld h a r e h a p p e n e d If so m e o n e h ad
W n ®PPr o a c h ln g t h a t b lin d co rn e r
on th e side s t r e e t. Som e fo lk s hav<
a lot of c o n fid e n c e In th e m s e lv e s . 01
the L ord, o r s o m e th in g .
• • •
S eason ’s R ainfall
G range P lans
A bove N orm al Fruit O utlook
D iscussed in OSC
In stallation
Econom ic Report
F e a t u r i n g lo n g -tim e t r e n d s in th e
T he jo i n t in s ta l la t io n of th e offl-
outlo o k fo r fr u it a n d n u t crops, th e
11 rs of th e s u b o r d i n a t e G ra n g e s o t
first in s ta llm e n t of th e 1934-35 O re­
luekson c o u n ty will t a k e place a t
gon a g r i c u l t u r a l o u tlo o k r e p o r t s has
th
e C e n tr a l P o in t G ra n g e
h a ll on
Just been released by th e a g r i c u l t u r ­
al e x ten s io n service at O r e g o n S ta te S u n d ay , D e c e m b e r 2. All o ffic e rs to
College.
T h e re p o r t s u p p l e m e n t ! be in s ta lle d m u st be p r e s e n t a t 1 :4 5
a n d co n d e n se s o u tlo o k in f o rm a tio n P 111 . I n s ta ll a ti o n will b eg in prom p-
a ss em b led at th e recent natio n u ! o u t ­ l.v at 2 p. m.
look c o n fe r e n c e held In W a s h in g to n
All g r a n g e r s w ho wish to b rin g
D. C., by t h e b u r e a u of a g r i c u l t u r a l (h e ir d i n n e r a r e Invited by C e n tr a l
econom ics of th e U nited S ta t e s d e ­ P oint G ra n g e M aster W a r r e n P a t t e r ­
p a r t m e n t of a g r i c u l t u r e w ith forty son to do so. T h e d in in g ro o m Is a t
a g r i c u l t u r a l colleges a n d t h e A gri­ tlieir disp o sal w ith a fire In t h e cook
c u l t u r a l A d ju s t m e n t a d m i n is tr a t io n stove.
T h o se co m in g from
a dis­
c o o p eratin g ..
tance will fin t h i s a p le a s a n t s o l u ­
R e f e r r in g to the g e n e ra l f r u it sit- tion to th e d i n n e r a n d long d is ta n c e
iialion, t h e re p o r t p o in ts o u t th a t the d riv e pro b lem .
c o m b in ed p rod ucton of all f r u its has
(R etiring o ffic e rs a r e re q u e s te d to
in creased 20 per cent in t h e last 15 a t t e n d if possible.
T h e r e will als o
y ears w ith g r a p e f r u it , o r a n g e s , pears be p le n ty o f room fo r g u e sts,
one
an d c h e r r ie s sh o w in g th e g re a te st side of th e h all b ein g re s e rv e d fo r
gains. N u t p ro d u ctio n also sh o w s a th em .
¡ s tr o n g u p w a rd tr e n d , w ith ntit im ­
M a s te rs will see t h a t sash es, g a v ­
p o rts fa llin g off.
els, s t a f f s fo r t h e i r officers a r o p re s­
T h e c i r c u la r c o n ta in s 10 p ages ot
ent.
P le a s e
be p ro m p t.
E leven
c o n d en sed in f o rm a tio n , w ith outlo o k
G ra n g e s a r e sig n ed lip fo r th e jo i n t
s t a t e m e n t s on app les, c h e r r ie s , pears,
In sta lla tio n .
p ru n e s , w a ln u ts , filb e rts, s tra w b e r-
[ ries, o t h e r b e rr ie s a n d g ra p e s , an d I
Mr. E. C. F a b e r w as a t th e d e p o t
¡o t h e r h o r t i c u l t u r a l p roducts. C opies ! W e d n e s d a y a n d helped
se n d
th e
¡ a r e a v a ila b le from co u n ty a g r i c u l ­ M edford F o o tb a l l s q u a d a w a y with
tu r a l a g e n ts .
out th is m o n th ly calendar and mail | phone office
cheers.
T h e e n ti r e M edford
high
Keetion of offflcers fo r th e y e a r
W ith re f e re n c e to c u r r e n t farm chool was th e r e an d a b o u t
It In to C ou nty Publicity c h a ir m a n |
N orm an was described
h e ,n * *
1000
„ o t la t e r th a n the 20th of each j feet, seven Inches tall, w eig h in g 134 1935 in th e local K iw a n is c lu b was price level*, th e re p o r t sh o w s t h a t o t h e r f r ie n d s of t h e boys. T h e yell
j ,.nd havin g d a rk h a i r an d blue eyes held _____
M onday ______
at th e _________________
M edford hotel. fo r th e n a tio n as a w hole farm prices le s d e r on to p of th e P u l l m a n got a
" Tn 'a recent comm unication from j He carried no card of Id entification » h e n t h a t o rg a n i z a ti o n m et fo r Its now a v e r a g e alm o st ex actly t h t 1 very e n th u s ia s t ic res p o n se from t h e
I•-„«•(her S tate Publicity C h air „ n wore a faded gray cap. d a r k kne« r e g u l a r
w eekly
noon
lu n c h e o n s a m e a s d u r i n g th e 1910-1914 p re ­ people. H e re 's ho p in g t h a t t h e boy*
Mrs. 1 row m r .
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l tr , n o i u i , s 0 e rf
- w . ho w ere elected
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rs m
T . 1 h o se
to serv e w a r perio d, but in O regon th e y a r e will win t h i s a f t e r n o o n a n d we who
m a n , she s t a te s some of the follow- j ,e „ g th
overcoat
Ing activ ities of the Oregon State ,,r0 wn oxfords, a light faded gre> a r e E v e re t t A F a b e r, p ren id n t: J H ¡o n ly a b o u t K 0 p e r c e n t a s m uch ¡ire u n a b le to a t t e n d will be ro o tin g
P r o g r a m ; Clinics for pre-school chil coat, a slip-on green s w e a te r an d a F le t c h e r, v ic e - p re sid e n t; G eo rg e T Since m i d -S e p te m b e r th<- g e n e ra l ; fo r th e m here.
F re y , s e c r e ta r y , and C arl Y. Teng- farm price level h a s declined s l i g h t ­
d re n a re held twice a week and ov bine w orkshlrt.
w
ald, t r e a s u r e r .
Tht* y e a r 's board ly, a lt h o u g h th e outlo o k is fo r som'-
e r 35.000 c h ild re n h a re been exam
of d irecto r* co n sists of Max P ierce. i n c r e a s e d u r i n g t h e first h a lf of
ined. P a r e n t s who brio* , h ' lr r h l ‘ j
A F W est. D octor W. H. H o w a rd . 1935
d r e n have th e advice of " f h i l d |
E O. T r o w b r id g e J r a n d
J a c k F , F a r m e r s g e n e ra l ly a r e expected to
S p e c la lls f
A dietician and a grad-
" T o D am o r not T o DsraT"
After havtn g been »ep arated foi Reynolds.
I increase c ro p a c re a g e in 1935. «a-
Is A n sw e r ed N ear th e T o w n ,
„ a t e n u rs e a re in attendance
Over i
D. A. A nders, o f S eattle,
1 peclally of cro p s not u n d e r a d j u s t ­
By 1 .11 n m n , T h e W o r k e r,
,w o h u n d re d an d fifty P -m phlets o n , , J y e a r s
W ho D am m ed w ith h is o w n h a n d s
dlstributed e a rh *nd C W A nders of th is d t y . cons-
m e n t c o n tr a c ts , t h e c i r c u l a r shows.
Child C are are
E or six fe e t o f w a te r .
re h d d annuallv
l „ . met for th e first tim e ln a fam
T h e price o u tlo o k d u r i n g t h e 1935-
In l-a k e le t, c r y s ta l r le * r .
m o n th . Clinics a
Fair.
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In w h ic h h e so o n w ill p lan t
County
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watch ¡here this week
d e a l on g ro w in g c o n d itio n s next
T w o H u n d red T h o u sa n d T r o u t.
M h> no* «to lik e w is e .
th is is
cm^ n i , T „ Puhll*h-|
Both men wr re bo rn In Iowa, bur
s u m m e r as well as u p o n th e a m o u n t
for tb e m o n th ly call­
E ver, one w ho can?
th eir fam lllea moved t o d if fe re n t noe-j
Rev. E K. A tchley. f o r m e r p a s to r o f im p ro v e m e n t w hich m ay o ccu r In
ed In Jack so n C ounty P*P*r*
tions of th e nation. T he S e a ttle An­ of th e C h r is ti a n c h u r c h h e re ,
will d o m e s tic d e m a n d
c o n d itio n s an d
ders. with his family, ca m e to Cen give an a l l u s t r a t e d le c tu re on t h e e f ­ g e n e r a l price levels fo r food an d
N O T IC E BOV S I ' l l (•HD-'*
on oth*T c o m m o d ities
tra l P oint th is week for a visit with fect* of cig a re tte » a n d to b a c c o
th e h u m a n a n a to m y F r i d a y . Nov. Jo
(D e p o s lta I n su r e d )
C.
W.
Ander».
B rin g In one new «ubsrrlptlon or
He will als o s tre s s th e < > I.M IK A I E G O L D E N W I M U M .
O thers who a tt e n d e d t h e family at * p in
p.
n
.
—
tw o ren ew als and re - o e 1 <
Mr. an d Mrs. E d w a r d F a r r a
will
reun io n were H M A nd ers an d fam effect of narcotics.
W ho w in be t h e n ext " s c
T h e Roxy
Or bring In two
hold
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to
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e
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r
friend»
, To «lam w h er e w a te r s r u n ?
Ily. R W A nd ers an d fam ily, an d
ad m issio n wtl be c h a rg e d b u t a
i u b s c r ip ' b>ns or four r e n 'w ^ L
Tuesday
evening.
Decem
ber
2
from
Ij To sto p llte d a m n in g .
Nora Black an d fam ily
Tbc la*' free will o f f e r in g will be t a k e n at
T h e occasslon b ein g th eli I An<1 g o to d a m m in g
a i d g " ' a tl< k *' * • W " ” 0
°
tw o A nders a r a sona, a n d Mr» Black 1 k r close of th e le c t u r
E v ery b o d y 7 to 10
te r la n t h e a t re
g;!3*a V elll b t aa&twraUr.
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Is ■ Jaus'i*' r
la utlged to bar« tb u lecture.
County Council of
P T A Plans Budget
To Cover Expenses
Form er Local Man
T o H ead K iw anis
•\nders' Fam ily
Enjoy Reunion
Our Q uery,
Form er Pastor to
G ive Lecture at
•
C. P. G range H all
Farm ers and
F ruitgrow ers Bank
And we n o tic e d a co u p le o f y o u n g
*>leycle r i d e r s p lay in g S m a r t Aleck
°o m a in a fr e e t t h e o t h e r d a y . They
"■•re p u rp o s e fu lly t a n t a l i t l n g a cai
d riv e r by w e a r i n g fro m c u r b to c u r b
It may s o u n d callo u s, h u t It won t
cause us an y g r i e f If th e fo o l-kill« '
a * « tltfek jL-ung I J l J t a tVmb
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