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About The Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1936-195? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1936)
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Mr. George Jantter. proprietor of
This recipe is reprinted on ac
Born in Pennsylvania
the sawmill that was burned in tb-
count of a mistake made last week.
Alf M. Landon, Republican candi
recent fire returned to the mill after
It was handed In by Mrs. George date for president, was born at
taking his son to a Portland school,
West Middlesex, Pe., in a Method
ist parsonage—the home of his
Mervyn Gleason left Tuesday for Sunday morning and looked the mill
mother’s parents—on September 9,
Oregon City on a brief pleasure trip over at 10 o’clock before going on
1 cup water in granite pan. Add a 1887.
and expected to return today.
to Yreka to attend the shoot. At
lump of alum size of an almond. Let ______ ■ *
three o'clock that same day the mM!
' come to a boil, or till alum is dis
The Central Point Health Unit was destroyed by fire.
solved Mix flour and cold water to
met at the home of Mrs. Charles
a paste. Stir two teaspoons of this
Taylor for a covered-dish luncheon Mr. Ben Little and mother left Fri- I
into the alum mixture. Let boil up.
and a business meeting. It was de- I day for a visit with Mrs. Little'a |
Take from fire an dstir till nearly
■ ded to hold their annual rummage ^ „ ¿ d a u g h t e r . Mrs. Leonard Hale
You don’t have to go to Medford
cold. Stir In 10 drops of carbolic
sale October 9 and
Thus« preset,t in Paradise, Calif. Mrs. Little, who
acid and bottle.
were Mesdames Driver. Thornley. has not been out of town for many
Gebhard, Vincent, Norcrosa. Pierce. years was delighted to make the
James Dale Bingham, infant son
Treichler and the hostess, Mrs. Tay trip.
of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar F. Bingham
of 16 Mistletoe street, Medford, pass For Humphrey has the best that
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jones ae-
ed away suddenly, aged 7 months, 19
money can buy.
About 25 attended the Odd Fel companled by Stanley and Mr. and
days. He was the youngest son. He
Try it and be satisfied
lows meeting Monday. Two new
leaves his parents and one brother.
members were initiated.
iGratns Pass Sunday and picked up
Edwin Earl, and one sister. Alenc.
I Mrs. Lydia Dean and continued on
Funeral services will be held at the
The Alexander Imp. Co. had a to Gallce, beyond Hell's Gate, where j
Perl Funeral Home Monday at 2:30
tractor demonstration at the Glass they visited Mrs. Dean's son, Mr.
p. m. Services will be conducted by
James Dean and wife. They harf -
Rev. Leonard Weston of the Full
H. C. HUMPHREY, Prop.
very enjoyable visit.
Jim Lees who was hurt when his
''bug” turned turtle last Friday eve
Mrs. Mlnnlck was chairman of the
ning on the old stage road la now committee who served the W.R.C.
able to attend school on crutches.
birthday dinner Saturday, Sept. 19
She made the favors, birthday cake
Given with Gypsy Lure
During a brief stopover in Chicago, Gov. Alf M. Landon. Republican
Invited guests this evening to a and punch. Her name wag accident
dinner party at the E. C. Faber ly left out of the write-up of the
shake his hand Here he is besieged after leaving his tram During this
must be made for
home are Mr. and Mrs. Hulburt and story last week.
campaign swing Gov. Landon said "A child reared in a hamlet or on a
o o * o * «MIS
these free facials
Mr. and Mrs. Simmonds. Mr. Hul
distant farm deserves the same opportunities to receive an education and
DODO» DtA.it *£
to develop as are given the boy or girl who attc: ds the most richly
burt is the new- high school coach
Only one given a week.
Mrs. W. J. Freeman returned to
and Mr. Simmonds Is the new clerk her home last week after spending
in Faber’s Grocery Store.
the summer at the Freeman cabin
Mr. Matt Neathamer and family
Leaving on the morning train for
at Union Creek. Her friends will be
EVERY TRUCK BEARING THIS SEAL
the north Tuesday was Mrs. O. \
Mrs. Phelps who has been serious glad to know she Is much improved have moved to Central Pqint. Mr.
BEEN TRIPLE-CH ECKED rOR AP
Neathamer is employed by the State |
ly 111 at the Ed Musty home is Im in health.
where she will be the guest of rela PEARANCE CONDITION AND P RICE!
tives and friends. Mr. M./ers is to
Are v* tak er :Tv gmn Die o u t o f u se d
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Merritt and
leave for Detroit, Mich., Sunday and
tru ck D u t n y Se* tb aar trip le c n eck ed
The trap shoot held Sunday as
Mr. Taylor, manager of the Pierce Mr. John Merritt of Merrill spent
will later join his wife. Mr. and Mrs.
--aioee read in« cdcck charts your
Allen Motor company has received Sunday with their parents, Mr. and part of the Gold Rush program was
s-elt or t k T rip le C h e ck ed T ag s.
Myers expect lo return by motor
well attended, especially by the
See oroo* the« arc res. par gains
the truck award for putting Dodge Mrs. M. C. Merritt.
witnin a month.
Note today « specials
shooters from southern Oregon. Har
trucks in first position in Jackson
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE
County for 1936, from the Dodge
204 E Main
Mrs. Julia Cangbell and Miss Ma
1933 Chevrolet. Long Wheel Base.
Paying It Back
factory truck division.
Overload Spirngs. 32x6 10-ply tires.
bel Curtis of Crescent City are house Legg of Yreka tied for first honors
For each dollar any American
guests of Mrs. Caugheli's cousin, with both breaking 48 out of a pos farmer received from the Roose Perfect Everywhere. Was $425.00.
sible 50 targets. Dr. Goble of Yreka velt administration he and his
Used piano's— 15 down and 11 a Mrs. Lettle Gregory, this week.
was second with a score of 47.
month. Baldwin Piano Shoppe. Acros
children will have to pay back
Mrs. C. F. Case, brother of Mrs.
nearly two and one-half dollars as
from Rialto Theatre.
Theodore Glass, moved into the
What is believed to be the largest their share of the money spent by
the New Deal.
Announcement have been recel»'* house he purchased this summer.
sale of timber in several years in
bere of the birth of a daughter, Jan New comb Honey— 15c. At Faber's. Jackson county has been completed
et Maye, weighing 714 lbs to Mr.
between the Rogue River Timber
Faber’s comb honey Is different.
and Mrs. Marvin Wick at Vancouver
company, an eastern holding, and
Washington, Sept. 16. Mrs. Wick Try a section.
the F.C. Goetz lumber company of
was formerly Phyllis Turpin and a
Grants Pass. Goetz announced today
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dillen of Los
graduate of the Central Point high
that he has purchased two sectlosn
school. Her mother, Mrs. Turpin, Angeles are visiting Mr. Dillen’s of heavily timbered sugar pine
left the following Sunday to be with brother Walter and wife, also Mr. stands In the Prospect district. The
23 N. First
O’Bradovich and on Len. While here
price was not announced but is be
they weut to Crater Lake, and back
lieved to be in the neighborhood of
A marriage license was issued 1 1 by Klamath Falls and the Green- $75.000.
Ewyn 8. Wilson and Haztl McOon- springs route.
agle In Medford recently. Miss Me Mr. Dillen said he bad been in many
Leaving on the Shasta for th e'B
Gonngle attended Central Point high places including Europe and never
saw more beautiful scenery than eh south recently wore Mrs. Louis Sala- Jj
for a couple of years.
had seen here in southern Oregon. de, Jr., and her son. William, who g,
were to go to OJal, Calif., where Wil- ■
The following party returned from
We handle only the beet the
will enter Thatcher school.
a hunting trip to Lakeview with six
big mule deer, Mr. W. M. Tethrow,
Stanley Jones, and father J. II. in a new subscription to Tl*e Ameri Mrs. Salade will continue east to ■
Jones, Sterling Richmond, Ed Mus can will receive a show ticket free. Chicago, where she will be the guest
MAY WE HERAT! YOU?
ty, and Mr. Yocum They left Satur For two renewals, a free ticket and of relatives and friends. She plans to
day. Sept. 19 and returned Thurs for two new subscriptions three remain in the east until after the
day, Sept. 24.
IV orng A m erica Eagerly G reets Landon
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SIM S B R O T H E R S
With the coming of
cooler days comes the
need for more meats
Several parties from here are
planning to here Bishop Lee, resi
dent bishop at Singapore, "Gateway
to the Orient," at the Methodist
church In Medford Friday evening.
Fix Your Roof
It is Different-and it is Better
Try a section, 15c.
It. W. Brittsan of Detroit spent a
few days in Central Point last week
visiting his sinters, Mrs. O'Bradovich
and Mrs. A. J. Milton. While here
they all enjoyed a visit to their old
home, near Plnehurst.
C L A S S IF IE D
FX)R SALE OR TRADE— 10 acres
timber land, 17 miles from Astor
ia, 1 *4 miles from Knappe on Co
lumbia River Highway Ideal for
camp ground. Unimproved. In
quire 518 East Main St . Medford
FREE— A large 4x6 enlargement
with every roll of films yon boy
at Ander’s Studio. Also free de
veloping 7 hour service with Vel-
ox. Prints the beet your money
CLEANING * DBMOTHINO Com
pound Excellent for cleaning ov
erstuffed furniture and rngw Call
at this office
B L O C K S
Are going fast
Belter order while yon can get
Central Point Wood Yard
Phone U 8
11' i.«enable Prices
For Best Results
MEDFORD LUMBER CO.
N. Fir at 3rd
CASH paid for men's good naed
Ladies' clothes taken on
consignment. See bargains for en
tire family before buying else
where. Wardrobe Store. 518 Earl
Remember, our price are always
HEAT, LIGHT A POWER
It Pays to U se—
I. D. LEWIS, Prop.
Cuff el A Wolf
Mod. Cent. Bldg.
CROWN Turkey Grower
Oradc A raw and Pasteurized
Milk A Cream
With grains to finish you rturkeys for early market.
Just a Few Items
from our regular stock
60-Watt Lamps, It*«
B ask o* lla k '1« I St
Stove Pipe. Joint. 'JIN'
Galvanized Palls and Tubs
HARDWAItK A FARM M.U HIM .Itl
Complete line of Paints and Oils
Central Point, Oregon
S h o lN s l# and Retail
Oil, 10c qt.
Crown Boss-O-Meal 20
$2.30 per Cwt.
Joe Collins, Prop.
Oats A Vetch mixed $2.50 per cwt.
Dealers in Case Farms machinery, American fence,
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L . C .G r im e s
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When brought to the »bop
T e lep h o n e O ffice
O u tra i P oint
Associated Service Station
and Johns-Manville Hoofing materials
A R VIN
A. R. OWINGS
Finley Implement C o.
Special on Calo-tint
5 lb. pkg. 30c
Special Sale on Harness
W. E. Alexander
Open for Inspection at ail tim es
10-In Crescent Wrenches, 7.1c
"Cleanliness'' our Motto
Get our prices on Feeds & Seeds.
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