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    CENTRAL
VOLUM E VIII
C E N T R A L P O IN T , O R E G O N . T H l RSDAY, S E P T E M B E R 17,
H u s in g s ^
By
AMERICAN
an Innocent Bystander
V Main, goes
• «>■•
I',''
saying- L ik e t h e D igest poll, th is
m ay S ot a l w . y . b e tr u e , b u t we have
a b u n c h H 1» 6 ° iu 8 t o b e t r l *e h ‘
y ear. F o r m a n y year*, t h e L ite ra ry
P ig e s t h a s fo r e to ld t h e
re s u lt
of
p re s id e n ti a l e le c tio n s w ith u n c a n n y
a c c u ra c y a n d if we a r e n o t m is ta k e n
it w ill do so ag ain .
• • •
He'll Take America's
Toughest Coaching Job
Mrs. E. c J
F a b e r, p a r e n t s of Don F a b e r,
are
lead ing citixens of C e n tra l Point an
have been fo r m a n y y ears Don grew
up ln C e n tra l P o int havin g a t t e n d e d
T h e people o f M aine a p p a re n t ly
both g r a d e an d h ig h school h e re be­
h a ve n o t fo r g iv e n Mr. R o osevelt for
fo
re goin g to t h e W il la m e tt e U n iv e r­
a b a n d o n in g th e m
and “< * ** *
And t h e r e a r e a g o od m a n y m o re sity.
p eo ple in th is c o u n tr y who will be
Ill JA M E S S. M T T E I I
h ird t o co n v in ce t h a t t h e p re s e n t Ad
m i n i s t r a t i o n Is b ein g of re a l h e lp
S ta f f W rite r . T h e O reg onian
“ W h y did you do It. D o n ? "
lit
th e m .
m
so m e w h a t s y m p a th e tic to n es
1 ad­
i n o u r ow n s t a te , t h e le g is la tu re d ressed Don F a b e r, new coach of A l­
felt th e v m u s t pass laws bany college.
L ittle A lbany, you
will recall,
“u n c o n fo rm ity w ith t h e
■ " £
S e c u rity act. F o r in s ta n c e , th e L n s k id d e d into th e n a ti o n a l d e fe a tis t
em ploym ent In surance
law
w h ^ c h a m p io n s h ip in fu othall last fall,
receivin g colum n a f t e r co lum n of n a ­
w as r u s h e d t h r o u g h In th e
,
tio n a l p ub licity— good or bad
of
sess,o„.
fu ll o f In c o n s ista n c le s a s a
I n to th is m o r a s s Coach
Fab°r
p lu n g ed w ith his eyes open.
of t h e New I)eal
“ W hy did you do it, D o n ? ’’ I a s k ­
O n e o f th e m o s t a m u s in g th i n g s ed my f o r m e r ro o m m a te . “ Your
fr ie n d s a re all s h a k i n g th e i r h eads
cho ked sh r u b s .
and a s k i n g w hy you stu c k y ou r neck
A lbany h a s t h e s m a lle s t e n ro ll­
in to t h e A lb a n y jo b w hen you w e re
Don Faber, Albany's
m ent of an y of th e N o rth w e s t con-
d o in g so well a t A s h la n d h i g h ? ”
new coach
fefr. m ce colleges, b u t a s i m i la r s i t u ­
His steely b lu e eyes sw ept me. A
tst
filed. In t h e i
c-iline W o r k s
th in g s to th e Dawaon FU tng^W ^
a tio n prevailed
a t A sh la n d
hig n.
h a lf sm ile played on his face, th e n
— C o u rtes y T h e Oregon!!*
w h e re F a b e r h a s been coach th e past
gave way to a d e te r m i n e d e x p re s ­
a„rt thought n o t h i n g ^
^
fo ur years. D espite t h e e n ro llm e n t
sion. His jaw set.
hold, u n d e r t
, w ith a firm
A shland
“ E v ery b o d y w o n d e rs
what
th e He ta c k le d his s t u d ie s w ith the sa m e h an d ica p , he b ro u g h t th e
com pany ro u ' d
thP c n e m p l o y -
devil is th e m a t t e r with me, J i m , " fe rv o r t h a t he laid hall c a r r ie r s low high b a s k e tb a ll te a m to t h e s t a te
UOt t ’l n s l r a n c e C om m ission. And no he exploded. “ Hut how a r e you g o ln ^ on th e g rid iro n , o r e n te r e d a n d won t o u r n a m e n t t h r e e of t h e fo u r years,
m ent insuran e
em p lo y in g
fo otball?
S't po in ts In fo u r or five e v e n ts ln every h a d a b a se b a ll c h a m p i o n s h i p in his
firm CAN r e g i s t e r
D awson to get into college
district t h r e e y e a rs a n d in football
a r o u n d and w ait for so m eo n e to d i e ’ tr a c k m eet.
at le a s t f o u r
ln elt-
“ R ight now, A lbany is th e to u g h -
Asked a b o u t A lb a n y 's ch a n c e s to was ru n n e r - u p tw o y e a r s to M edford
d ° 7 ^ n d i n v e s t i g a t i o n sh o w ed th a t est coaching sp ot in A m erica, b u t I t u r n in a c o n fe r e n c e fo otball win, high, th e a lm o s t
perennial
s t a te
glble. A n d 1
e ln s o u t h e r n
grid title c la im a u t. L a st s p r in g he
have been
in th e
to u g h e s t
high Coach F a b e r re p lie d :
t h e r e w a sn t
V
COu ld le.
school leaq u e of s t a t e ln s o u t h e rn
“ I d o n 't
kn ow
yet w h a t o u r also r e j u v e n a te d tr a c k a t t h e L ith la
O re g o n w h e r e po
d . pin e
O reg o n ." H e p a u s e d : th e n c o n tin u e d ch a n c e s will be. It w ill be d e fin ite ly city.
gaily g e t th o s e a . w ^ sh a r p «
No one b u t a f i g h t e r w ould leave
" I no t only will he h e a d coach ot a r e c o n s tru c t io n year, b u t we c a n 't
s i t u a t i o n , eh. * 7 “, .
all sp o rts, b u t d i r e c t o r of physical do m uch w orse t h a n in t h e past. On- a secu re position like F a b e r had a n d
. n<1 we w o n d e r bow m u ch Incen- e d u catio n . It m e a n s t h a t 1 will b< ■ ly six le t t e r m e n h a v e In d ic a te d th ° y ta c k le w h a t he calls t h e “ to u g h e s t
A
t-tr a n e« tp l"> er t o raise th e h e a d of a d e p a r t m e n t , p u ttin g w ill r e tu rii. so we will h a v e to d e ­ ¡c o a c h in g s p o t in A m e ric a .1'
lBW* ' 1 p a v . w h e n be h a s to an a p ro g r a m of my own. B e s i d e s ! pend la r g e ly on in e x p erien ced men.
C e rta in ly , n o n e
but
a
fig h te r
th e w ages be
•
- 0 , U r o f pay
In te rc o lle g ia te
a th le tic s ,
we will |
“ By th e tlm £ we play o u r th i rd could p u t It over.
pay a ta x o n eV * w h 0 ,p th i n g
have a full p ro g r a m of i n t r a m u r a l ' g arae a g a i n s t O reg on I n s t i t u t e of
Is he a fig h te r ?
roll? S ° m e wa> ... a s Mr. L a n d o n it h le t lc s . "
Well, a t t h e f r a t e r n i t y house a t
T ech nology , we sh o u ld h it o u r s trid e
s o u n d s “ cockeye '
t io n s’ fln a n c i-
I k n ew Don in high school, a n d and find o u rs elv es for t h e
to ugh W il la m e tt e we n ever t h o u g h t of a t ­
<* < «
..« » *
te m p ti n g to “ t u b " him u n les s we had
in college was his ro o m m a te . On th e | g a m e s to follow.' ’
W h a t kin d of system will he use? at least a h a lf dozen b e llig ig e re n t
a th le tic field or In th e classroom . h<-
" Y o u m ig h t call it a m i x t u r e be­ h u sk ies, a n d th e n m o r e t h a n likely
h a d t h e e n th u s ia s m of a s t e a m b o a t
and
S o u th e r n we to o k a w orse d u c k in g th a n he.
in p an ts. H is en e rg y was u n lim ite d tw een N o tre D am e
/ .
»»• « »
rr/’o“.". - - - -
w a g e s? W e w o t^not.^
D aughter is Born
L ast S a t u r d a y ^ ^ O o l d i i n ' F air,
e d off an d t o o k In
^ in g , too.
An<1 H u " litt le o ld to w n h a s n ' t th e
W hile the little
Wg (a, r. they
T o Mr. & Mrs. H aw ley
G as C om pany O pened
Saturday in M edford
R ebekah’s M eet
In R egular Session
Joj'land Show s
H ave L argest W heel
I
T h e .loylanil S how s on W est Main
s t r e e t in M edford h ave t h e la r g e s t
F e r r i s W heel a n d
M erry-G o -R ound
on th e Pacific C o ast; a fine g ro u p of
S h e tla n d P onies a n d m any o th e r a t ­
t r a c ti v e fe atu res.
Boys a n d Girls look for th e co u­
pon els e w h e re in th is paper. It is
good for five c e n ts on e i t h e r th e F e r ­
ris
W h eel.
Me.Mrry-G o-Round or
S h e tla n d Ponies.
G olden Link C lass
H olds E n joyab le M eet
T h e G olden L i n k C lass
of
tho
C h ris tia n C h u rc h en jo y ed a d e l i g h t ­
ful p a rty a t th e h o m o of Mrs. Jen­
nie W h ite
last F r i d a y
a fte ru u o u .
A bout 18 w ere p re s e n t. A very de­
licious lu n c h e o n c o n s is tin g of s a n d ­
wiches, pickles, olives,
cak es,
ice
cre a m and coffee w as served .
Mrs.
J e n n i e W h ite. E th e l F le i s c h e r and
Mae R ic h a rd s o n w ere on th e r e f r e s h ­
m e n t c o m m it te e a n d
Mrs.
Dora
J o n e s had c h a r g e of th e e n t e r t a i n ­
ment w hich was a very clev e r way of
s t a r ti n g th e fun. E v e ry o n e p re s e n t
| was f u r n is h e d w ith a sym bo l o f th e
' m o n th th e y were born In. T h e y th e n
i w ro te t h e i r n a m e s an d b l r t h d a t e s on
th e m a n d p in n ed th e m to t h e i r d re s s
E ach one was t h e n pro vided w ith a
S a t u r d a y m o r n in g will
see th e b ir th d a y book a n d Jotted dow n each
o p en in g of a n o t h e r 5-10-15-$ s to re ones full n a m e a n d b lr th d a t e s .
in M edford. T h is sto re, o w n e d an d
o p e ra t e d by Mr. an d Mrs. S. J. T a y ­
lor, will be a b r a n c h of a like s to re
ow ned by th e T a y lo r ’s in
G ra n ts
P a s s an d will
he kno w n
as th e
W o r t h m o r e 'g 5-10-15-$ store.
T h e r e a r e a b o u t 20 a c r e s of o n lo u s
L o c a te d in a good location on East in th e s u r r o u n d i n g te r r it o r y . J. S a n ­
Main s t r e e t in M edford
th is s t o re ford R ic h a rd s o n an d o n e of th e F ield
will he s tric tly m o d ern an d will c a r ­ Bros, h a v e t h e i r o n io n s s t o r e d ln th e
ry m a n y lines of a t t r a c t i v e an d w o r ­ Love p a c k in g sh ed. T h e o t h e r F ield
th w h il e m erch an d ise.
has his ln t h e M e r r it t Bldg. O scar
Miss C la ra C h u rc h ill, s i s te r of Mrs B lackford is to p p i n g his o n io n s now
T ay lo r, Miss L o lita B e n n e tt a n d Miss a n d r e p o r ts he had a good yield.
P re e n a S tep h en s ,
all
e xperienced
J o h n B o h n e rt a n d
H arry
Dunn
clerk s, will be employed.
a r e s t o rin g t h e i r o n io n s In t h e old
T h eiss b u ild in g . Mr. B o h n e r t state*
t h a t th e y will h a v e from 100 to 1500
s a c k s from 1 '■* a c re s
Mr.
H arry
Dun w as h e a rd to m a k e t h e r e m a r k
t h a t " A n o n io n a day. k eep s t h e doc­
t o r a w a y ."
T h o m a s W. C ingcad e, 57 a r e s i­
d e n t of th e E ag le P o in t d is tric t for
As fa r a s we a r e a b le to find o u t
over 50 years, passed a w a y e a rly
t h e t o m a to c ro p w as not serio u sly
th is m orn in g .
d a m a g e d by t b e fro st. T h e fo liag e
F u n e r a l services will be held F r i ­ w as nipped a
l i t t l e an d
in so m e
d a y a f t e r n o o n a t 2 :3 0 in t h e C o n g er places th e t o m a to e s h u r t so m e
c h a p e l, w ith t h e Dev. S tllle o ff ic ia t­
ing. A co m p le te o b it u a r y will a p p e a r
Mr*. J e n n i e W h ite who had been
In t h e Mail T r i b u n e a t a l a t e r date.
exp ectin g a v is it from h e r d a u g h t e r
Mr. C ingcade has m a n y frie n d s Mrs. S n y d e r to m o rro w received
a
h e re w ho will be so r ry to h e a r of l e t t e r s t a t i n g s h e w as
u nable
to
his d e a th . He If a n e p h e w of Mr. co m e on a c c o u n t of h e r health .
and Mrs L ittle an d w as a b ro t h e r -
in-law of Mr. P ankey.
It ra in e d S a t u r d a y fo r t h e Gold
N ew V ariety Store
O pens in M edford
»So w h a t? —
L ittle Lite Holt c h eck in g up on
h e r h a i r cut in t h e G leaso n B a rb e r
Shop.
In a p h o n e call from P r u i t t 's Mel­
ody S hop th e y w a n te d d e ta ile d In­
f o r m a tio n on how to find T h e A m e r ­
ican office so as to send t h e i r boy
out. L a t e r J i m m y F le isc h e r, w ho h as
been In th e A m e r i c a n office no le-<s
t h a n 100 tim e s , a p p e a r e d w ith th e
message.
A m ong t h e m a c h i n e r y
e xhibited
by A le x a n d e r a t th e Gold Hill F a ir
was w h a t Mr. l l e s s e l g t a v e calls i h ■
e d it o r i a l m a ch in e.
Moore H a m il to n w as seen on o u r
s t r e e t lo o k in g lik e he m ig h t
h av e
com e In c o n ta c t w ith a s u n f lo w e r
t h a t t o r e a w a y m o st of th e
back
of his sh irt.
Mary R ic h a r d s o n , d re s se d lik e a
carpenter and
lo o k in g s o m e w h a t
like one. p u t t i n g on s h a k e s on h e r
w o o d sh ed roof.
Mr. H aw ley, o w in g to c e r t a in c ir ­
c u m s ta n c e s , has been forced to h av e
his h a t b a n d s t re tc h e d .
Born last T h u r s d a y a f t e r n o o n Sep-
M, p , u R e h e k a h L odge No. 167
t e m b e r 10 a t th e Musty borne litt le m et , n rPKular SPHB,on 8 e p t i 6 t h .
F redenbnrg,
Noble
s u r e d id a « “ * 1
as well a r r a n - E d n a R u th H awley to Mi an d V is S is te r Bessie
h a d . T h e e * b ‘b lt
a „ u au a lly seen H aw ley. Dr. H e c k m a n a ss iste d . T h e ? I l i i presiding.
ged a n d as a r «
TbP t h r e e ,haby w eighed i *4 p o u n d an d is c e t - j
S ev eral C o m m itte e s w ere appo lnt-
THE FEDERATED C H IU C H
ta in ly a lovely baby.
,,d fo r fj,p D istrict C o n v e n tio n which
K ey. Itnt»crt < lia rle n I/e w ls , P a s t o r
Mrs. H aw le y has five c h ild re n bv ; is t0 hp hel() in fhii) c-|t y Qct. 31st
P lio n e B t.
a f o r m e r h u s b a n d an d Mr. H aw ley
V isitors p re s e n t from o t h e r lodges
Bible S chool— A. W. A yers, Sup-
h as fo u r ch ild re n by a f o r m e r m a r r i - i were S is te r C a r r i e R fckert, W a r d t n
r l n t e n d e n t , 9 : 3 0 A. M.
s i b lU ti e , of t h e \ alley.
age. T h ey d o n 't expect to h av e an y 0j | h e R e h e k a h A ssem bly of Oregon
M orning W o rs h ip — 1 1 :0 0 A. M.
tr o u b le w ith th e c h il d r e n f i g h t i n g ; w p 0 gave a v e ry i n t e r e s t in g talk of
Y .P .S .C .E .— ( t w o g r o u p s ) .
6 :3 0
A n d we su r e got a kick o u t of th a t
w ith E d n a R u th b u t f i g h ti n g o v e r th e w ork of th e T h e a d a Roe G irls'
Of
all
th
e
silly.
p
m
d o n k e y ball game.
E v en in g S ervies— 7 : 3 0 p. m.
n o n se n s ic a l a b s u r d i t i e s , playing th e her. I t is a case of yo u rs, m in e a n d , c l u b , a iso t h e F. L. G irls' Club. Bro-
t h e r R lc k e rt was also p re s e n t and
W o m e n 's Bible s t u d y classes T u e s­
g r e a t A m e ric a n g a m e fr o m t h e b ack s our.
T h e y o u n g e st child next to E d n a gave a very nice talk. V isito rs from
day a f t e r n o o n fro m 2 to 3 o 'clo ck (u
o f t h e m o s t d e li b e r a t e an im a l on
R
u
th is te n y e a rs old. T h e e n t i r e f >- Ja c k s o n v ille w ere S ls ite r S everance,
c h a r g e of Mrs. II. A. D avisson. F r o m
e a r t h , ta k e s
th e
le a t h e r
m ed al
3 to i o'clock In c h a r g e of Mrs. R.
S h a d e s o f C h ris ty M ath ew so n. w hat mily a r e d e lig h te d ov er th e latest ad- N G. of R u th R e h e k a h L o d g e No. 4
of J a c k s o n v ille , also S is te r Zola F ic k
C. Lewis.
e x c ru c ia tin g ly f u n n y s itu a tio n s arise dltion.
___________________
S is te r R a e S c h a fe r, a n d S is te r H am -
er.
2 :3 0 p. m T u e sd a y .
in su c h a gam e.
a k e r of J a c k s o n v ille . R u t h R eh ek ah
• • •
T h e F i s h e r m a n ’s Club. W e d n e s ­
Born to Mr. an d Mrs W B. Mon- j L ■ o dg ■ e No. I an d U Mt.
day 6 :0 0 p. tn.
M P itt R ehekah
B u t w h en it ca m e to s t a n d in g in
gold of r o u t e 3, a boy w e ig h in g e i g h t Lodge No. 167 a r e to be t h e hostess
T h e F a m ily G a th e r i n g ,
W ednes­
lin e f o r a g e s a n d ag e s to get a
p o u n d s, e ig h t o u n ces a t t h e C o m ­ L odges to t h e D istric t C onvention.
day. 8 : 0 0 p m.
c h u n k o f bully-beef, we d r a w
th e
m u n i ty h o s p ita l S e p te m b e r I. T h e
S is te r H e n d e rs o n being ch a ir m a n
C h o ir P ra c tic e — T h u r s d a y .
7:SC
line. W e w o u ld n 't h a r e w aited
in
b ab y is t h e first g ra n d c h i ld of Mr. of th e e n t e r t a i n i n g c o m m it te e
for
P m
t h a t lin e f o r a gold n u g g e t. So w hile
; t h e ev en in g an d t h e o n ly o ne of her
th e b e t t e r t w o - t h ir d s d id t h e c raw l a n d Mr.s G eo rg e Stowell.
C H R I S T I A N C M I IW H
c o m m it te e being p re s e n t recited a
a c t, t h e w r i t e r s n u c k o ff d o w n to w n
C lifto n A. Phillip«, M inister
of t h e ] poem e n ti tl e d , " T h e Flo w er-gardeD
Mr. and M r s F W a lk e r
a n d h u n t e d u p an e a ti n g place not
Bible School 1 0 :0 0 A. M. R olan d
moved
to C e n tra l R o m a n c e ' w hich w a s v e ry good. She
so p o p u l a r J u s t th e n . By th e tim e we Midway road
H over, Supt.
g o t b a c k we fo u n d t h e lad ies Just ^ o i n t i n t o Mrs. Con L e e v e r's hn u* “ also g av e a s p ellin g c o n te s t. P rîte s
C o m m u n io n a n d P r e a c h i n g 1 1 :0 0
e a ti n g t h e i r h u n k o f b arb ecu e. It Sunday m o r n in g S u n d a y a f t e r n o o n w ere given f o r t h e o n e w ho spelled
th
e
word
c
o
rr
e
c
tly
an
d
g
a
v
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co
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A.
M. D uet, Mrs. C h a t E ld e an d Mr*.
v
isito
rs
w
ere
Mr
an
d
Mrs.
Cecil
Al­
s e e m s th e y h ad d r a w n an e x tr a h elp ­
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n in g f o r ( o r f r o m ) a n y th i n g , so f a r son o f B eall L a n e left a week ag o to fee lin g v e ry h a p p y a n d h o p in g to en ­ w eek s ago.
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C s r o l F u r r y a n d Bill S n y d e r will
n ig h t show
c s n d l d a t e | both leav« th e l a t t e r
p a r t of th e L eev er H a r d w a r e S to r e t o d a y an d vl-
So f a r , o nly o n e local
week p fr Oregon S ta t e College whe e sitin g old friend» He 1 » leaving to-
h a s a p p e a r e d , officia lly. Mrs. Mary
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ln a fe w days. R e c o r d e r Tex tg p ls n - so p h o m o re
n ln g to s t a r t h is p e titio n soon. W e
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AI LOCAI SCHOOL
T h e a t t r a c t i v e new S o u t h e r n O re­
gon Oas c o m p a n y office b u ild in g at
t h e c o r n e r of W est Main a n d Holly
s t r e e t s was opened S a tu r d a y m o r n ­
ing.
T h e b u ild in g , co m p le te d at a cost !
of $25,000 is said to be th e m ost up-1
C alifornia. But get th is :
" I am going to give
th e
kids to - d a te one of its k in d In t h e s t a t e j
S h o w in g ar. in c r e a se of 2 6 % in
s t r a i g h t foo tb all an d s t a r t at the If not on t h e w est coast, w ith tnsu-
a te d ,
re-ln fo rced
c o n c re t e
walls, th e g r a d e sch ool t h e C e n tr a l P o in t
bottom . I ’m not going to give th e m
so u n d - p ro o f ceiling a n d
h a n d s o m e schools o p en ed last Monday m o r n in g
ju s t a bag of tr ic k s an d expect them
tile floors. Office e q u ip m e n t, follow-
T h e h ig h sch o o l r e g i s t r a t i o n w a s
to go o u t on th e field and look like
th e m o d e rn tr e n d , is larg ely m ade a b o u t th e s a m e a s last y e a r w ith
! a 'o o t h ill team . W e will h ave an
a e ria l a t t a c k — I h a v e se v e ra l
fair of m etal, fix tu re s a r e of th e latent la r g e f r e s h m e n a n d so p h o m o re cla s­
desig n a n d p re d ic tio n s
are
being ses an d sm all j u n i o r a n d
senior.
p a s s e rs co m in g ln-— but w* a r e going
freely m a d e th a t th e new unit will T h e re a re 28 s t u d e n t s e n ro lle d
in
to h ave a r u n n i n g a t t a c k as well."
t a k e Its place as one of th e show ih e high school t h a t cotne from non-
"And we a r e goln;r to h a v e a h a r e ­
bu sin ess e s t a b li s h m e n t s of s o u t h e r n high school d is tr i c ts an d a r e s u b je c t
bell te a m a n d a tr a c k te a m , too, a l ­
Oregon.
to t u i t i o n fees.
th o u g h we m ay h ave to play onlv
J . A. W a rd , p re ia d e n t of the Sou-
T r a n s f e r s from o t h e r schools Into
O regon te a m s in baseb all b ecause of
Sprlnù i l b , r n Ore *on C a s C o rp o ra t io n , p e r ­ th e h ig h school th is y e a r a re :
! »raveliug e x p e n s e s ,'1 lie said
s o n a l l y a t t t e n d e d th e o p en in g c e re ­
F r e s h m e n : Gleen P a r k s . Youealla.
.¡»oris will h ave to lie re b u ilt, hut
m o n ie s S a tu r d a y a t t h e new hom e of
i S o p h o m o r e s: Bill C ra w fo rd , Med­
. rospacts look fair."
his c o m p a n y at Main
and
Holly fo r d J u n i o r H ig h ; Opal C h a st. K la ­
In dicative of th e th o r o u g h n e s s of
s t r e e t s ln M edford. Mr. W a r d Is e n ­ m a t h F a ll s :
M a r g a re t
Dow, S an
th e new m e n t o r In his e ff o rts to re­
t h u s ia s t ic over t h e p ro s p e c ts of su b- F r a n c i s c o ; L e o n a D arby, M edford
build m o r a le at t h e college was a
H ig g in b o t h a m .
b e a u tific a tio n p ro g r a m
he s t a rte d s t a n t i a l d e v e lo p m e n t of t h e S o u t h - ! i u n lor H ig h ; Dale
e r n Oregon c o u n tr y a n d t h e expan Gold Hill: E velyn S tanley. N e v a d a ;
abo ut th e g y m n a s iu m an d
tth le tlc
sion of his c o m p a n y ln M edford 1* A rlene Scott, D elano, C alifo rn ia an d
"ield upo n his a rr iv a l. He ask ed for
evid en c e of th is o p tim istic outlo ok Hob Scott, D elano. Calif.
and received h e lp e rs to clean th e
Juniors:
H elen
Jam es,
M yrtle
cobw ebs a u d d ir t from th e g y m n a s i­
P o in t : M a g r a re t S co tt, D elano, C al­
um t r a n s f o r m a g ra s s field in to a
if o r n ia ; W ay n e S co tt, D elano, Calif.
law n, and revive t h i r s t i n g an d weed-
T h e follow ing sto ry
was t a k e n
fro m last S u n d a y 's ed itio n of th»
O regonian. Mr. a n d an d
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