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CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
V O M MK VIH
By an Innocent Bystander
W hat a coincidence! Ju st as our
H orsew hipped E ditor retu rn s to the
scene of his G reat A dventure, H enri
e tta folds up her ten t as an A rab
and silently (fo r a w onder) steals
away. Once m ore the dove of peace
can roost on Jackson county.
CENTRAL. I*01NT, OREGON. THURSDAY, SE PT EM B E R I». 1936
M M UK K 4M
Mr. and Mrs. Paul P rince of Med Mr and Mrs F L Johnson and
ford m ade a business trip to F resno Mr. and Mrs. C larence K eizer spent
w here they visited Mrs P rince's Suuday a t the Big A pplegate Cam p
brother. They hrousht hack sixty grounds. The G range hall is n ear
th is cam p ground. T he grounds have
Mr and Mrs. Cook and daughter, been im proved with cam p tables and
Velma .luue of M edford and Hud picnic fire places and a well. T his Is
K incaid of A shland m otored to an ideal picnic spet now.
N orth Bend and M arshfield over the
coast route Sunday, retu rn in g hom e
Mr. Law rence M athew s has p u r
chased the R einker place and will
move here w ith his fam ily. Mr. Ma
H einie F lu b rer has purchased the thew s has work in th e T im ber P ro
block in M edford w here the Econo ducts Box Factory. T his sale was
my Meat M arket is and expects to m ade throug h the F lu h arty R ealty
rem odel th e en tire building It is all Co. in Medofrd.
leased at present. G eorge H unt has
purchased th e S parta Block. Much E rm a R ichardson moved into
property is changing hands in the M edford
last week w here she is a t
ten ding school.
616 FUR IT GOLD
RILL WILL OPEN
The N orthw est Jackson C ounty
T he follow ing announcem ents will suits desired and they are being
F air at Gold Hill S atu rd ay prom ises
be o f interest to parents and pupils dropped in most the larges schools.
to be the biggest and best in recent
Mrs. H enrietta Ft. M edd lin'—er-er who
have questions regarding school
new course offered is in piano
years. W hen the regular county fair
M artin, certainly displayed a (treat m atters. The C entral Point Schools One
instruction for cred it, the o th e r is
was abandoned a few years ago.
fondness for m eddlin' in other folks’ will open M onday m orning. Septem the
health and physical education
Gold Hill took up the burden am i
affairs From the tim e she in te rru p ber 14th, at nine o’clock. Pupils will course
now required for graduation.
each year has seen a steady grow th
ted a m eeting at the A rm ory to hurl be held until about tw o th irty in the T he ren
system for books s ta rt
questions and innuendoes at all and afternoon. The m orning session will ed several tal
T he fair this year prom ises to be
sundry, down through the wild old be used for en rollm ent and for issu ed C entral Point High School is the
a fine affair. F ou r buildings have
days of the Ilanks-Fehl regim e and ing books. A sh o rt afternoon session first in Jackson C ounty and one of
been engaged to house th e exhibits.
up to her own defeat at th e polls last will be held in preparation for th. the first in th e sta te to sta rt a com
Several G ranges have joined th e
spring, she was the storm y petrel of next days work.
plete rental system . T he plan has
com petition and the success of this
co unty politics. And now th at she All reg u lar textbooks will he fu r proved so saisfactory that m any o th
year's fair is assured. F riday is e n
has dep arted , we can once m ore be nished by th e school. However, in er schools in th e county are adopting
try day and anyone w ishing to en te r
gin to have a little faith in each th e first th ree grades parents will it. T he average ren ta l cost to the Mr. and Mrs. E dw ard L agarde and
any kind of product should bring
o th e r's honesty.
be required to purchase w orkbooks stu d en t is less th a n $2. U nder the friends stopped for a short visit with am A skw ith picked 4 gallons of them In th a t day. T he exhibits w ill
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to accom pany th e reading texts individual purchase plan the student Mr. Choniel Sunday and expressed huckleberries at P ark M eadows be open all day S aturday until 10 p.
W hat a “ grand and glorious feel T hese may be purchased at th e Stone often had to pay th is m uch for one the wish th a t they would like to Sunday.
have went throug h the local P rin t
in g ’’ it is to be able once m ore to D rug Store. T he school furnishes no book.
will open w ith a parade
look a t our fellow citizens and feel supplies aside from the textbooks,
R em odeling of th e dressing room s ing office. Mr. L agarde is P residen t Mr. and Mrs. I)u tra of O akland at T 10 he o fair
atu rd ay m orning, fol
th a t they a re really a m ighty like PupilB m ust purchase th eir own pen in the gym nasium is being rushed as of the French W orld W ar Associa w ere visitors at the S anford J. R ich low ing which S there
will lye all kinds
able bunch of good fellow s— not cils. pens, notebooks, an d paper. The rapidly as possible an d will be com tion of C alifornia and was on hfs ardson
way to K lam ath. He is also an all R ichardson were old friends In C ali
thieves and robbers, as we were pupil will be given a com plete list pleted In about tw o weeks.
m erchandise prizes for the w inners.
once told. In th e m ore th an a q u ar of necessary supplies Monday and In equipm ent, teachers and co ur around printer.
A free barbecue will be given, be
te r of a cen tu ry of association the should re tu rn T uesday w ith these ses offered th e C entral Point H igh
at 6 p. m. at th e city hall
School is stan d a rd In every respect.
w riter has had w ith m any of the
Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Y antiss traded grounds. P lenty of barbecued m eat
Pupils com ing from other schools Its grad u ates m ay en te r college on a was trad in g in C entral P oint and th eir
‘‘g an g '' we used to hear so much
Salem house for Mrs. H en riet
ab out, we have com e to know and will be required to present a report par w ith g rad u ates of any o th e r high took hom e a tra ile r load of F u ller's ta M artin's house on th e old high w ith all th e trim m ings Is prom ised
— free to all.
like these m en; to believe in th e ir card o r o th e r evidence as to th eir school in th e state. F o r th e past ten mellons.
T he day's festivities w ill close
patriotism and love of th e ir com grade standing. Pupils unable to do years it has been accredited by th e
m other are leaving im m ediately w ith a dance at th e pavilion, w itli
Mr and Mrs. Osboru of Sand and
m unity. W e feel honored to be ad th is w ill be given a tria l in th e grade N orthw est A ssociation of Secondary
for Salem . The Y antiss fam ily will S ilva's o rch estra furnishing th e m u
m itted to th e ir councils and to sit for which they seem best prepared and H igher Schools. This is th e P oint, Idaho are visiting th eir m ake th e ir hom e here.
w ith them in th e ir planning for the but are not to consider assignm ent highest ratin g any school can receive d a u g h te r and husband, Mr. and Mrs.
W hitney in M edford and also visi*- Mr. and Mrs. H. H ogan of Med E veryone in the county is urged
to th e grade perm anent until they in th e state.
b etterm en t of o u r country.
have shown th a t they are able to do Follow ing is a list of the teachers ing at the P aul M artin, E. E. Scott ford and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Ohen- to atten d this fair. H elp encourage
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a w orthy enterprise. You can be sure
and Lewis Sw artz hom es.
for th e new year:
W e have been luform ed th a t Mrs. e B eginning
a good tim e.
pupils who are six | R lem entary School:
P om eroy has a t last secured suffici years old or will
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Scott spent mond Lake. Mrs. H ogan was form
j Mae B. R ichardson, F irst G rade:
ent nam es on her petition to have later th an N ovem ber 1st will be a c - :
the week end in R oseburg visiting erly Miss G eraldine Fox. L ittle Miss ley by his fath e r and tw o brothers,
her nam e on the ballot this fall as cepted for enrollm ent w ithout ques M arjorie G regory, Second grade.
Mr and Mrs. V ictor Noel and M erle L inda spent the week end w ith who live in Phoenix. He has rented
an independent candidate for th e le tion. Pupils who are younger than j A rline E stes, T hird grade.
ester Scott. L ester and fath e r went her g ran d p aren ts, Mr. and Mrs. the Tom Olsen house and will move
Bert H edgpeth.
gislatu re. Now she is a fair targ et this m ust pass the School R eadiness Mabel H ansen, F o u rth grade.
his wife and little d a u g h te r here.
fishing and caught som e nice fish.
for those who oppose th at cnndtdacy. test given by the county school s u - ; L aura P asterino , F ifth grade.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sm ith of S ar Mr. E. C. F aber has engaged Mr.
F a r be it from us to say a word pervisor before they will be accepted ; Alice A nderson, S ixth grade.
Mr. and Mrs. B ucktnan enjoyed a
dine C reek w ere trad * in g at F inley’s M arshall Sim m ons of W alch, C olo
ab out th e dear lady as a lady, or as High school reg istratio n w ill be- ( R obert W ebb, Seventh grade.
rado to fill th e position m ade vacant
an educated, cu ltu red woman. But gin a t 8 o'clock Monday m orning , D. F. Am ick, E ighth grade.
a friend from K lam ath F alls S un W ednesday.
by Mr. P u tn ey 's resignation Mr.
as for h er aspiration s to becom e the and will occupy m ost of the fore- j High School:
The C entral Point L ibrary reports Sim m ons left a responsible position
official represent ’Mvc of th is coun noon. Short class periods will be K enneth H u lb u rt, Science. P hysi
Mrs. Lewis S ager was shopping in the receipt of two very valuable in W alch to escape the dust storm s.
ty at Salem , tliat Is som ething else held In the afternoon and assign-, cal E ducation.
books donated to them by Mrs. Paul He was proceeded to tile Rogue Yal-
again. W e are ''a g in '' her in that. m ents will be m ade for the follow M ildred Ross, H om e Econom ics. tow n today.
M artin: G ately's U niversal E d u ca
And we heard a m an o ffer to bet ing day. S tud ents enrolling w ill find j H istory.
Mr. K nutzen who has been in the tor Scenic L iteratu re of Art and H is Mr. and Mrs. J a y H athaw ay of
(befo re a g ath erin g of rep resen ta th a t tw o courses given previously I E thel F leischer. E nglish, L atin.
Visalia. C alifornia whose w edding
hospital In M edford retu rn ed to his tory of the Civil W ar.
N orm a Z inser, M usic, English
tive business men of the county— have been dropped and tw o new
on Septem ber 4 a t Reno,
m en of all p arties) th a t she w ould courses are added. T he com m ercial j Florence D uR ette. C om m ercial,
All the hotels and au to cam ps in Novada and are enjoying th e ir hon
n 't receive as m any votes on Novem arith m e tic and business train in g G irls' Physical E ducation.
Mr. I,. C. G rim es and fam ily will the valley w ere full over the week eymoon trip by m otor to Seattle,
ber .1 as she had nam es on her peti courses will be discontinued. C areful j H. P. Jew ett, P rincip al, M athem a move
Into the Boswell house near end. M edford, Prospect C e n trtl W ashington stopped briefly In C en
tion - a n d th ere w ere no takers.
th e Nip & Sip soon.
checking of the resu lts show that tics, K conom its.
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Point and num erous o ther places tral Point, calling upon a few old
neighbors w hile passing through.-
to tu rn people aw ay.
To judge from the num ber of com
M esdam es Jennie W hite, E thel
Mr. H athaw ay was born and re a r
plim ents we havp received for otirj
F leischer, Mac R lchardosn will en Mr. T. A. M arine returned hom e ed in th is locality w here he Is weil
stand on the unem ploym ent insur Rev. & Mrs. Lewis
Chamber H ead Take* tertain the Golden Link Class of the recently front an extended stay in and favorably know n. He is a
ance law , th e re are a lot of folks
C hristian church tom orrow a fte r C anada and gives an unfavorable re nephew of th e late W. C. L eever and
Return from Vacation
Notice of Illness
hereabou ts who agree w ith us th a t
noon at the hom e of Mrs. W hite.
port on conditions there. He went uncle of Mrs. O. H. B ohnert.
o u r present legislative practices need
up th ere to look a fte r his grain crop
a bit of overhauling. W e have been Lewis and sister, Mrs. Roe. retu rn ed
"W e regret to note th a t Mr. A n-'
told by a m em ber of th e legislature F riday from a vacation of s e v e .a l
Miss Alice R u therford of P ortlan d |
w hich put th a t fool law on the w eeks spent in Southern C alifornia dre Chom el. one of our D irectors
a w eekend guest at the Boswell
books, th a t it was rushed throug h in Much of th e tim e being spent in from C entral Point, is still confined
th e final hours of th e session and Pasadena an d in H aw thorne w here i to his hom e th ro u g h sickness. Mr.
T H E FE D E R A T ED CHURCH
very few m em bers even read it. Rev. Lewis held a p asto rate before 'hom el, is an active and a rd e n t sup A bout 75 fruit w orkers, packers,
d Mrs. B artholoraees little Rev. R obert C harles l/cwia, Pmator
T h a t's a fine state of affairs. If accepting th e C entral P oin t charge. porter of this C ham ber of Com m erce so rters, floor help and others, a t dog Mr. " B an
ste r” which hud m ade m any
th a t's th e way they do things up at Many pleasing social events w ere a r and we tak e th is o p p ortunity of ex tended a m eeting this week a t the friends u was
hit and killed by a hit Bible School— A. W. Ayers. Sup-
Salem , we th in k we had b e tter join ranged for th e ir en tertain m en t pressing th e hope th a t he will soon
ru n d riv er recently. He is su re rin ten dent, 9:30 A. M.
w ith A rt P erry and advocate the am ong form er friends.
be fully restored to his ' form er ing was called and conducted by H. and
aro u n d th e Nip & Sip.
M orning W orship— 11:00 A. M.
abolishm ent of the en tire in stitu
h e alth .”
A m erican F ed eration of I^abor and
.P.8.C .E .— (tw o gronp a). 6:30
Mr. K. H. H u lburt, th e new high
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was for the purpose of organizing a
school coach moved a load of his
Evening Servies— 7:30 p. m.
L ord know s Oregon has plenty, fu rn itu re here th is week and re tu rn C om m erce broadcast on Septem ber local union. H arry Briggs spoke on
W om en’s Bible study classes T ues
yea m ore th a n plenty, of idiotic ed to Salem for th e balance. He ex 5. We are glad to be able to report "U It nionism
was voted to send for a C har H e n rietta's big cat looking on at day afterno on from 2 to 3 o'clock <n
law s on her books today. And we are pects to be back for the teach er's th a t Mr C hom el is much im proved te r and
as soon as It arrives officers th e packing w ith doubtful eyes.
charge of M rs. H. A. Davisson. From
and. able to he out in th e fam ous
beginning to und erstan d how they m eeting S atu rd ay afternoon.
T he C h arter will be
3 to 4 o'clock in ch arg e of Mrs. R.
b eautiful sunshine of the R ogue Riv
got there. W h at's th e use of sending
m en up th e re every tw o years if
Mr. Art Lewis of M edford was vi
cited over politics F aber talk in g er. 3:30 p m. Tuesday.
th e y are going to allow such unfair, siting in C entral Point W edensdav. th a t C hom el's closest friends were q u a rte rs in M edford.
A nother m eeting will be held F ri about local and Mi>ore talk ing about T he F ish erm an 's Club. W ednes
very uneasy ab out his condition.
d iscrim inatory laws to be slipped
day evening at 8 p. m in th e St. N ational and th in k in g they were day 6:00 p. m.
Mrs. M innie H ull of Santa Rosa is
th ro u g h ?
M ark's Guild H all in M edford. The talk ing ab out th e sam e.
T he F am ily G athering, W ednes
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visiting her sister. Mrs. M ilton of Richardson Returns
8:0 0 p. m
And w hile we have o u r ham m er
From Radio Meet those who m issed th e first m eeting A group around Ross and R o"t C hoir P ractice— T hursday. 7:10
out we are going to tak e a whack at O w ings visited th e ir m oth er and
atte n d and have an o p p ortunity aym pathyzing w ith N ew ton E ddy be p m
th e Tax L im itation bill to be voted Mrs. H ull Sunday. Mrs. Hull w ill vi Sanford J. R ichardson left last to Join
the union T he m eeting Is op cause he tried to dance on his face.
on th is fall. W e urge our readers to sit relativ es in th e valley for som e F riday m orning to atten d th e Radio to
CH RISTIAN C H ITW H
look carefully a t th e sonsequences tim e.
C onvention at O akland. About 800 It Is reported th a t all those a t Mrs. Stone filling a q u a rt con
C lifton A. Phillip#, M inister
in o u r own com m unity before they
Bible School 10:00 A. M. R oland
Mrs P urkeypile of Sheridan spent radio ham s atten d ed . Mr. R ichard ten d in g th e first m eeting and Join tain er so full of Ice cream she could
vote for th a t bill. Study it carefu l')
son and John Tow nsend w ere th e on ing th e new union w ere local w ork hardly close It— m aking It alm ost Hover, 8upt.
and see If you w ant to add to the
ly ones to atten d from d istrict 7.
C om m union and P reaching 11:00
T he outside packers already be necessary to rem ove p a rt of It.
grief of o u r city dads, o u r school perty and getting her ap artm en ts They enjoyed tw o very instrnctlve ers.
board an d our county. F or you will
This w ill be little Mervyn Glea
Senior E udeavor 7 :0 0 P. M. J. E«l
a week in M edford v isiting h nr lectures on television— one by the
easily see bow It will cut the reve d ing
head of a big television radio plan'
son’a flrat year In school. He states Vincent, director.
nues of those institution s. And at a
in O akland, and th e o th er by a col
that he will try It one day and if he
E vangelistic Service 8:0 0 P. M.
tim e we all are shoutin g for b etter longer we w ait, th e m ore It is going lege professor They w ere taken to a Depends on w hat yon place in store doesn 't like It he w on't go anym ore Subject "H ow Many U npardonah'o
stre ets, b etter schools and b etter to cost.
television station and show n how it for It, says th e M edford B usiness until he gets into High school. He 8lna?"
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roads. D on't upset the applecart.
w orked T hey talked w ith friends in College.
say* he d o n 't like brick buildings
P rayer and Bible Study, W ednes
Mind you, we are not criticizing o th er room s and could see them real A ccounts in O ur Bank have proven anyw ay.
day 7:30 P. M
And speaking of roads, it Is our o u r county court. T hese men have plain on th e receiver which Is shout
m any, m any tim es to he Stepping
belief th a t unless th e county can se done as well as was hum anly pos in Inches square.
Stone* to Success
cu re m ore funds th an at present sible w ith th e funds at hand Wo T his receiver as ft Is now will not We own farm ing land and city pro
o u r roads are all going to ruin. W - have an extrem ely com petent ro u n 'y project a picture of m ore th an forty perty in thla com m unity, and for
fear they a re not going to be ab l- engineer, fine shops, und er an able m iles distance. It Is w onderful to m ore than a q u a rte r of a century
to keep ahead of th e depreciation. forem an, w ho keeps th e county m a talk to friends at a distance but to have labored for the developm ent
G ravelled roads go to pieces m ighty ch inery in such good shape they talk to. and see them , and th e ir ex of Oregon and Jarkaon C ounty,
Thin < oii|M»n I* k < mn I fur ‘-EV u lm i
on « !Ym PHihMeripOon
fast und er o u r present-day traffic. hardly ever have to buy new But at pressions Is alm ost unbelieveable.
for w hich cu r T housands of P a
And th e tim e Is com ing, and com inx th e sam e tim e our road levy Is the They enjoyed a big banquet Mon tron* have given appreciation and
fast, when we shall be com pelled to ' second low est In Oregon And no day evening. Mr. R ichardson re tu rn con fldenre
Central Point Am erican
re c o A tru e t th e en tire system And It body of m en. how ever able or w ill ed hom e T uesday evening
F IR M E R * AM» FK ITTGKO W K KS
1# o u r belief th a t th e sooner It is ing, can accom plish the im possible
lYovhlr.l II )• M-nt In by Sep«. Bo. IIMO
dona th e b atter, even if we have to Unless m ore funds are forthcom ing
Mrs Stella O benrhain who has
( Member Federal Deposit
borrow th e j*<*ney to d a It w ith T hee o u r roads an* d e e d e d
been vyrv »?rk !s TSi-h
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»So w h a t? —