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About The Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1936-195? | View Entire Issue (July 16, 1936)
THURSDAY, JULY lü, lUiU
TH K «A N N U I . PO IN T A M E R IC A N C E N T R A L PO IN T. OREGON
Mr. Carl Boswell is leaving; f«r
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rostell and son I Mr. E. C. Ferguson is helping at
Mr. Cass mans brother, wife and
[Camp Vancouver where he will help Buddy of Yreka spent the weekend The Toggery in Medford during
family from North Dakota are visit
I tfain the reserve officers in the here. They motored to Crater Lake their big sale. Mr. and Mrs. Fergu
ing at the Passman home. Mr. Casa-
army. He will be gone two weeks.
aud returned son have a cabin at the Hotel Valan- man tells a pitiful story of condi
Mr. John Pierce and mother spent
tions in North Dakota. What the
two or three days in the Willamette
Mrs. Edith Deuel is having an ad
heat hasn’t killed the grasshoppers
Valley over the 4th.
dition built on to her home. Her fa
Mr. Chat Etde is carrying the mail have eat. At one time he hung his
Mr. and Mrs. M. Carden of Seattle
ther is doing the work. The extra
Washington, friends of the late for Mr. Vincent while he is enjoying ; '»a t on a fence post and the grass-
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Painter left la*i room will be for Johnny.
i hoppers ate it up.
Mrs. A. P. Whitnev attended Mrs. | his vacation.
week for the coast to make their
-Mr. Frank Whitney arrived Sat-
I urday morning just in time to attend after business matters connected
Mr. Stone accompanied Ernest the funeral of his mother. Mrs. Efn- with the estate. Mr Carden formerly
Rostell to Crater Lake and returned tna Whitney. When he arrivd at the owned the Hanley place on the old
with Mr Rostell's car Monday.
graveyard he discovered that there stage road. The Carden's are travel
had been a misunderstanding. The ing in a house car.
Mr. Finley is out with a threshing grave had been dug in the wrong lot
crew and will expert to be gone ft and not by the side of his father. Mr.
Perl took the body back to the un
least three weeks.
dertaking parlor until a new grave
■Mrs. Maude Boswell is at home could be dug. Mr Whitney is a movie
actor and is reported to be excep
tionally good by local people who
Tlie celebration at Rogue Iliv-r have been privileged to see him
the 4th is reported a big success. It
is thought over 1500 people attend
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Lindsey and
daughter Juanita of Tracy, Washing
ton are visiting Mrs. Linsey's sister, j
Mrs. Hermanson and family of Med-j
ford The Lindseys visited at the
Hermanson home in Cetnral Point
10 years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Territt and
house guests, Mrs. Fay and Mrs.
McLean visited the Oregon Caves
Wednesday and have enjoyed a trip
to Crater Lake and drives over the
valley during their stay here.
For delivering packages and messages -going
C. A. THATCHER
630 N. Central, Medford
Out of our regular suit slock we have grouped 55 smart
ly styled, late model suits. Many of these suits formerly
sold for $24.50. Sixes range from 34 to 42 including
shorts, slims, and regulars. At thl? low price you Rhoulil
buy two suits.
One Lot Of
WATCH and JEWELRY
$11.85— There are only a limited number of suits at
this sensational low price, so take a tip from us and
get yours early. Sixes In this group include models for
regular, short or tall men. Our regular guarantee goes
with every suit purchased at this low price. Values up
C. Earl Bradfish
Prince Auto Wrecker
1740 N. Riverside
VALLEY AUTO WRECKER
NEW & USED
A Special Group Of
Since the opening of thic sensational sale we have Bet
aside a special group of men's suits, some with sport
backs, others plain, which we are specially pricing for
Immediate sale at________________________________________
G enerator * Starter Exchange
Owned and operated by PAUL
PRINCE, who has been in busi
ness in Medford s i n c e 1 !»2 B _______ _
Dr. C. W. Lemery
MEN’S W EAR SALE
55 Red Hot
Among those spending the 4th at
Ashland were Mr. and Mrs. Buckles
and Mr. and Mrs. Farra who enjoyed
a picnic dinner in the park.
(Successor to Dr. ,1. J. Eminens)
20 4 Medford Bldg.
I ractice limited to eye, ear, nose,
and throat and fitting of glasses,
E. R. White
Mrs. Wearer returned home from
the Community hospital and is doing
15 So. Central Ave
The Toggery’s History-Making
Mr. Roy Jones accompanied by
his daughter Vivian and Mrs. Ethel
Jones spent Sunday in Dunsmulr
visiting his daughter Geraldine.
going to school, sports, etc. Safe as a bicycle.
, Vv- ETVSiTt-fy /
Mr. Clarence Bates is helping in
the Gleason Barber shop during Mr
E. R. Gleason’s absence.
The New Servi-Cycle
Mr. Tom Shaver has purchased a
barber shop in Talent.
Mrs. Charles Taylor returned to
her home Wednesday from the Com
munity hospital in Medford where
she suffered a major operation the
first of the month. She is recovering
nicely. Mrs. Taylor’s father and mo
ther, Mr. and Mrs. Parsell from Med
ford are staying at the Taylor home.
Mrs. Suudman aud son Larry of
Oakland are visiting Mrs. Sundman’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jones in
Medford. Mr. aud Mrs. Jones used to
live near Central Point. Mrs. Sund-
man is a niece of Mrs. Longa.
Yes, It’s a fact—
If your Beauty isn't becoming to you, you’d better be coming to me
Frederic Machine rt-rmanents— $3.50 and $5.00
One Lot Of
All of Our
Your choice at
O n e -h a lf
$23.85—-If you are hard on your suits. If long driving
or sitting at a desk all day makes them shine— if they
lose their shape aud press quickly because you’ re an ac
tive man—yet you want smart, colorful clothes— then a
suit selected from this group will be Just the suit for
you. Short, stout, slim and regular sizes. Values up to
One Lot Of
$27.85 This group Includes our very finest high grade
hand-tailored suit» If yon like suits of distinctive pat
terns and are particular about the fit, then select your
suit from this group. Every suit is an exceptional value
and it will pay you big dividends if you get in on this
ONE !>OT OF
Collar attached, full shrunk Shirts In an assort
ment of patterns and solid colors. $1.25 values. On
SHIRTS AND SHORTS
Good quality pre-shrunk broadcloth shorts— full
cut with panel seals shirts of full combed cotton
— Swish ribbed, athletic cut.
.' v v V j
E D G K R T O X A N D NUN V I M Mil
These famous brands of smart Footwear for Men
are included in thla store wide Men’s Wear Sale.
Alt sizes and styles; every pair at a bargain price.
All Hizus. Prices us tow as
Priced as low as
ONE LOT OF
Values to $5.50, going on sale at
M ed fo rd , O regon
Dr. B. C. Wilson
Physiri n and Surgeon
aio M -dford Bldg.
Me« ford. Ore.
. Central Point
STONE S DRUG STORK
adio* * Refrigerators,
aidos * Refrig-rators.
Queen * May Tag
One Group of
HA T S
All smart styles,
values to $4.00.
Going on sale at
PER GALLON OF GAS!
Oasis Beauty Salon
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jones and
family drove around the Ashland
Scenic drive the 4th and report a
beautiful drive, one of the prettiest
Mr. L. C. Grimes has sold
pickup and bought a Nash car.
They were bought for this fall but the factory shipped them
6 weeks ahead of time. We have no place to store them so
out they go at this sale. We bought them to aell for $22.50
but you can buy them now for
All wool blue and oxford grey. Double and single
Sizes 36 to 4 4. Ruy now for winter -y o u save.
POLO SHIRTS 69c
A group of fine quality rayon Polo Shirts some of which
formerly sold for $1 95. Newiy styled, some with Zipper open
ing and others button style ganchn collar. Colors white, canary
navy. Sizes small, medium, large. Buy now aud save.
A group of our finest men s shorts Alt new patterns. Full
cut, pre-shrunk broadcloth Most of these shirts have the new
non-wrinkable collar. Sizes 14
to 17. Most of these shirts
formerly sold for $2.on. On this sale
The TOGGERY, Medford