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About The American. (Central Point, Or.) 1928-1936 | View Entire Issue (July 9, 1936)
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The AMERICA!«. CENTRAL POETT, OREOOS
Mian Evelyn Hlckena of Oakland.
Calif, la «pending part of her vacation
with her grandmother, Mrs. Nellie
Sira. Alfred Middleton left for her
home in Graeagle, Calif., Sunday
morning. She was accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Martin who
visited Mrs. Martin's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Glover of Phoenix.
Mr. Paul Scherer left for hi* home
In San Francisco on Tuesday evening
after spending several days in the
valley on business.
Mrs. J. E. Weaver who is confined
to the Community Hospital Is report
ed as improving.
The Oolden Link Class of the
Christain Church hold their regluar
party at the home of Mrs. Harry
Young, Sr. on Friday afternoon cf
Mr. and Mrs.D. C. Hawley and
family moved into the Cooksey house
recently vacated by the Robert
FOR SALE— Fryers.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Jensen of Salinas,
California, visited at Wm. Hilkeys
the 4th. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Wag
ner of Benicia, California, also visit
Carnation Club held their regular
meeting today, because of the bad
weather the picnic that was planned
to be at the home of Martha Smith's
home in Eagle Point. We had our
picnic at Mary Langstrom's home
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kelly and family
and Mr. and Mrs. Chatworth Eide
spent th week end of the Fourth
above Butte Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hodgson and
Betty were among the many to
spend the holidays at Lake O' Woods.
Grace Corkey went to Klamath
Falls to visit her father over the
holiday and he brought her back
Mr*. A. J Milton, who has beer the ground three or four rods apart. Mr*. Fred Whitney
j spending a few in Klamath Falls, re- Once cattle have been trained by con
j turned the first of the week accom tact with the slightly charged wire.
Die* July 8th.
panied by her daughter and son- in | they will leave it entirely alone. It
Byron Stoddard Is fire warden at
law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hale, and I has been found advantageous to
Lake O’ the Woods
daughter. Barbara, who will remain j string up a wire in the barnyard
Wm. Thomas made a hurried trip
Mrs. Fred Whltuey passed away
during the vacation period of Mr. where the cattle will learn about ft at her home on the Old Stage Road to Brookings Friday and brought
j before they are placed in the field
1 Wednesday morning July 8 after a home his daughters who had been
| where it Is in regular use.
visiting their grandmother for sever
The Tuesday Bible Study class,
It is important, says Branton, >o serious Illness of several years dura
Mrs. Whitney was 80 years of al days.
under the direction of Mrs Harry obtain equipment that is approved tion
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Page had i s
Davisson and Mrs. Robert C. Lewis, by the state electrical inspector and I age.
house guests during the holidays
Funeral services will be held at their daughters. Mrs. Stanley Hor
held the closing session June 20. then install it strictly according to
Cookies and lemonade were served. the directions of the manufacturer. i the house on Saturday at 10 A. M. ton and Mrs. Harry Gidding of San
Lessons will he resumed in the au It is not practical to try to connect Interment will take place in the
electricity to ordinary fencing nor to ! Central Point cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Conley have
connect aay fence wire to an electric
purchased a new Ford car.
Mrs. L. H. Smith, who has been circuit without specific equipment
The Townsend club's Fourth of
ill for the past two weeks, is reco designed for that purpose.
July picnic was not so well attended
The single barbed wire ordinarily
as was expected but a very pleasant
used for electric fencing is strung on
Credit is Due
time was enjoyed by those who came.
Unexpected guests of Rev. and insulators.
Wood posts will not
The mainmouth cake sold for $15 to
Mrs. Lewis last week was Mr. and conduct the current from the wire
one of Butte Falls' oldest pioneers.
Mrs. Ernest Gregg and son, Leslie, when dry but during rainy weather I
Mrs. Geppert. The dance was quite
Sentinel* of the Republic ..
who were on their way to Portland. they are likely to destroy its effect
attended and the. music was
Who is doing the real work that leads
iveness. The operating cost of an
electric fence Is only a few cents a 1
Sam Moorehouse and family en
During recent weeks we’ve heard
month when properly installed and, many
answers to that question. Head joyed a trip to Crescent City during
Found Economical because of its rather temporary con-1 lines
have bristled with claims and
tructlon, may be moved from place | counter-claims . . . with reports of the holidays
E C. Albern and wife went *o
speeches that give the credit to politi
Use of electricity holds considera to place.
cal officeholders . . . with statements Crescent City Saturday to get their
ble possibility in reducing fencing
In tests conducted at the Oregon that would award the honor to the
costs on the farm, believes Ivan experiment station, electric fen ce! prophets of strange and unproved eco children, who had been visiting rela
tives there for the past weeks.
Branton, assistant agricultural- en was found entirely practical for nomic theories.
Mrs. Sam Morehouse recently re
But amid the thunders of oratory
gineer at Oregon State college, who dairy cows even when a smooth wire
ceived word that her son, Raymond,
has investigated various kinds of was used, but a smooth wire win [ the true claimant is ignored.
He is the man who, while politicians is in the navy is stationed at Pana
electric fencing. When properly in not effective for pigs unless it han-
clamored and theorists argued, con
stalled, Branton says, electric fenc pens to touch the animal's nose or tinued quietly, faithfully, effectively to ma. He is on the U. S. S. Pennslvania.
Miss Beulah Heryford and Orbra
ing is entirely safe for stock as well ear.
Branton believes that one do the day's work; to support himself,
Abbott of Butte Falls were married
as human beings and lends itself heavily barbed wire, well insulated, his family—and America.
He is the man — whether farmer or at the court house in Medford Fri
particularly to pasture rotation use. would have been effective with hogs,
hired help, merchant or clerk, executive day morning at 10:30 o’clock. Judge
The advantage of electric fencing sheep or goats which have consider or mechanic — under whose hand and
is that only on wire 1 b needed and able natural protection from the j care the fields maintained their yield, Day of Jackson county performed
the products of farm and factory kept the ceremony.
posts may be morely stakes driven in electric current.
moving, the wheels of industry con
The bride is a daughter of Mr.
tinued to revolve.
and Mrs. Harry Heryford of the log
He is the man who earned and paid
the taxes—direct or Indirect—that kept ging woods near Butte Falls.
Both have grown up in the Butte
this country a going concern and met
the payrolls of the political Job-holder* Falls commumity and are graduates
who would take the credit unto them
of the local high school.
They have gone on a wedding trip
He isn’t one man. He represents mil
lions of self-reliant citizens who main to points of interest on the Oregon
tain and support and operate the coast and on their return will be
homes and the farms and the work at home In Butte Falls.
shops of America.
He is the type that built America in
the past, that is upholding America in Ralph Smith were married In Med
the present, that will make America ford at the Jackson county court
more glorious in the future.
house at ten o’clock Friday morning.
Individually, he is the real American
Judge Day of Jackson county per
Collectively, he is the Real America. formed the ceremony. Mrs. Teen
Let the political and economic sooth
sayers continue their claims and their Henshaw and Edwin Williamson
The bride la a popular young
But, meanwhile, let's give credit
where credit is due.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
Brainard of Butte Falls and * Utm-
ber of last springs high schoo’
Mr. Smith came from low* tw#
years ago with the CCC but is no*
employed by the Medford Corpor*.
The young couple will make their
home In Butte Falls. .They have the
best wishes of their many friend»
Miss Opal Wooley and Donard o!
Butte Falls were married Wed!
nesday July I at Medford. Jud*,
Day performed the cereraory.
The bride is the elder daugther
of Mrs. Sam Morehouse and a popu.
lar member of the youngpr social
set of Butte Falls.
is a senior
foreman of the South Fork CCC
After a wedding trip to Lake O'
The Woods the young couple will
be at h one in Butte Falls.
Marion Caster To
Have Army Duty
SAN FRANCISCO, July 7__ s*v-
en officers reserve corps lieutnanti
have been ordered effective July 9 ,
to a year's active duty with the
regular army, the ninth corps ares
announced. The list included:
Marion Bertram, Caster, field artil-
lry. Central Point, Oregon.
C O LLIN S DAIRY
Grade A raw and Pasteurized
Milk & Cream
“ Cleanliness’’ our Motto
Open for Inspection at all times
Joe Collins, Prop
Mrs. and Mrs. John Anderson and
daughter, Miss Edith, of Salem spent
the holiday week end at the Ander
son farm and called upon friends,
returning to their home Monday.
Edith spent Saturday with Dorothy
Smith, both going to Ashland.
ami Personal Security
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W. K. THOMAS
By E. F. (W oodie) W oodm an
Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson of San
Francisco, who are spending a few
weeks In the valley, are occupying
one of the cottages at Hotel Val-
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F A B E R U U IF .D IN G
Miss Arlene Hay left June 30 for
Camp Clenox near Florence. She
will be art director of the Girl Scouts
and juvenile unit head She expects
to be gone for a month. The camp
is said to be one of the best Girl
Scout camps on the coast.
Ethel’s Beauty Salon
Two $3 Permanents
Both appointments must be made
at the same time.
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