The Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1936-195?, October 15, 1936, Image 1

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    CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
V O L O L E IX
Musins>s^g7
By an Innocent Bystander
As the days of the presidential
campaign draw to a close the air is
getting more and more full of re­
crimination and abuse. We fear a lot
of it Is the old idea of the pot calling
the Kettle black.
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10 Central Point Will
Have New Industry;
Hatchery Installed
C E N TR A L 1*01 NT, OREGON, THURSDAY, OC TOILER IS, 1830
L
PLAY FOOTBALL AT
ASHLAND FRIDAY
NUMBER I
Local Baby Girl
O ffered Movie Job
Some friends of little Marie Hild >-
garde Pierce sent her photograph to
¡Hollywood some time ago. Her mo­
ther and grandmother received an
Invitation to take her to Hollywood
recently. Offers were from both the
Fox and Paramount Companies. Mr.
Bundy of the Fox took measure­
ments and considered her smile and
batty chicks weekly. Other units
all things that enter into the making
will he added as business increases
of a star and says she ought to be
This new enterprise will operate
in the movies.
under the uame of Central Point
They were requested to bring
Hatchery, and will be ready for busi­
Marie Hildegard and their lawyer if
ness early in the New Year.
they desired, with them to Holly­
In the meantime interested partie»
wood. While training little Marie
are invited to call and inspect the
Hlldegarde, either company would
new Jamesway
Incubator-Hatcher
pay her $5 Oa week.
and have it explaiued why Jamesway
Mrs. Pierce said she would not
batched chicks are better chicks.
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I let her baby become a movie actress
as she wanted her to have a happv
childhood. Play with other children,
Canada Profiting
and grow up among the cows, chick-
By New Deal Plan
one, flowers and other garden life.
To Limit Production Little Marie Hlldegarde will he
two years old this November and his
beautiful brown curls and expressive
To the American farmer who now eyes. She is an exceptionally bright
finds farming In his own country in­ and beautiful child.
creasingly difficult, Canada offers
We have no doubt but that she
unusual opportunity.
could be trained to take a big part
President Roosevelt has said that In motion pictures.
America has no new frontiers to
conquer. But Canada today has ma­
ny awaiting development by men
possessing the necessary vision and
courage. Just consider this one fact.
Where a few years ago American
Rev. Lewis and
Editor
Powell
farmers were shipping pork to Can­ holding a talk-fest at the American
ada; today, Canadian farmers are office until four o ’clock in the morn­
shipping it and other products to ing and at least one of the party ad­
America.
mitting he had a wonderful time.
A combination of circumstances,
occurring in America, has contribu­
Leonard Hall of the Ashland Min­
ted to make Canada's opportunity. er Inferring that he was the first
To begin with, Uncle Sam paid one to start a personal column In a
American farmers to destroy their newspaper and that the American
crops and destroy food animals. was aping him. Ho. Hum—
Then came two years of drought
If Mrs. Edward Jones hadn't fin­
which Mr .Wallace did not foresee
and did not apparently consider a ished the G O P. animal she made at
possibility when he attempted to the class party the other day with a
"ptan" for the American farmer. paper tall she would have won the
Both of these forces, the one artifi­ prize.
Ceutral Point plays Ashland High
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nitzschke have
School’s second team Friday after­
purchased and installed the first
noon at 4:00 Sharp. The game will
unit of a Jamesway Mammoth Incu­
he played at Ashland on the htgli
bator-Hatcher. This all electric in­
school field. The remaining schedule
cubator will give Central Point and
s not entirely made out but it his
vicinity the very latest iu electric-
been definitely arranged to play
hatchery equipment.
Jacksonville at Central Point the
The Nitzschke's will feature Bar­
tfternoon of Thursday, October 29
red Rock and R. I. Red baby chicks
Central Point will probably have 2
and will do custom hatching. This
other home games this season.
unit has sufficient capadity for $00
Twenty-five new jerseys— white
As opposed to the New Deal. Mr. with black numbers and painted
Landon stands squarely for the end­ headgears have been purchased and Modern Woodmen
ing of waste and extravagance; for will be used in the game tomorrow.
Buy Building
The team is beginning to round
taking the relief out of politics, and
into
shape
bat
lacks
experience
for putting of the government back
.The Modern Woodmen have
pur­
on the real American basis. That This will partially be offset by the
chased the old Rostel building o.t
heavy
line
which
will
weight
around
sounds mighty good to us. We never
did like the idea of federal depart­ 160 per man. As yet no starting line­ ; the corner of Pine and Third streets
in this city. The building is at pres­
ments and bureaus having the power up has been announced but the
of make laws and enforce them with­ starting team will lie picked from ent occupied by the Dotttan (’ Hie and
the Lewis meat market, both on the
out the Congress (which is the Am­ the following men:
erican law-making body)
having ENDS: Roger Lawrence, Bill Grimes ground floor. Part of the upper floor
Everett Atkins Art Copittger, Don is occupied by the Damon family.
anything to say about it.
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! Part of the upper floor of the
Smith.
For the past three and one-half TA CK LES : Blue O'Connor. George building is to be remodeled Into
years we have beheld our national Merritt, Kenneth Beebe, Howard ' lodge rooms, etc. Details of the sale
government reaching out eagerly for Long, Bil Crawford, Ernest Pink- are not available at this time.
more and more power over the dallj ham.
lives and occupations of our citizens GUARDS: Irvin Lawton. Morris Dow Housewarming to Be
If it had not been for the act of the Eugene Humphrey, Ray Miller. Gray
Held at Gym
Supreme Court we would by now a!: Thompson, Ronald
Pinkham.
Art
be looking to Washington for per­ MeCuen.
November 13
mission even to breathe. They would CENTERS: Leonard Copittger, Cecil
have been telling us just what w< Gantenbein, Art Copinger.
Stop! Reserve Friday, November
could eat and when— if ever— anc BACKS: Clyde Lees, Lome Webster 13 for an evening of recreation ami
wherewithal we should be clothed - Pink O'Connor, Richard Jewett, Ho­ enjoyment.
Come to the housewarming at the
If any.
mer Myers. Alan Jewett, Wayne
• • •
Scott, Simon Pappe, Bob Hoagland, high school gymnasium. See all the
And still Mr. Roosevelt says he Stan Jones.
new improvements which the car­
penter haa promised to have com­
has no leaning toward Communism
We wonder what he calls it? Web­
pleted by November 13.
Oregon P. T. A .
ster says that Communism Is "an>
Divert your mind from all your
system of social organization in­
Seeking Members cares and worries by listening to an
volving common ownership of thf
entertaining program sponsored by
means of production, and SOME
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 12.— Ore­ the seniors, but, in which school or­ cial— the other natural, have worked
Morris Dow hustling around in a
to Canada’* advantage.
EQUALITY IN THE MSTRIBU gon’ congress of parents and teaeh- ganizations will participate.
pair
of new shoes too big for him,
While America's good neighbor
Don't forget the date— November
TION OF THE PRODUCTS OF IN t s today launched its annual state­
trying to find the boy who wore his
to
the
North
sympathize«
with
the
DUSTRY.” What is that but the N wide enrollment campaign, with a 13!
American farmers’ misfortunes, she shoes home after football practice.
We guarantee a good time.
R. A ? And the New Deal haB beet
•oal set this year at 30,000 mem­
cannot
be hlanted if ahe profits
trying to find a way to perpetuate bers. The 300 units of the organiza-
The Klamath Falls Police depart­
through a situation not of her own
that iniquitous institution ever since ion throughout the state will con­
New Owner Comes
ment
phoning to a business house i,t
making. After all, as a result of the
the Supreme Court killed it.
centrate on this quota from now un-
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To Take Over W . C. plowing under policies of Secretary Medford asking them to buy two $2
:il October 17. Governor Martin has
tickets to a policemen hall given for
We notice that the great and onl) set aside the period for the drive by
Leever H ardware Wallace and the refusal of Nature relief.
to abide by the Secretary's ideas the
R.W.R. is again in communicatiot proclamation.
Unted States has not the food crops
NEW H A R D W A R E --------------
with Mars. We heard one local busi­
Chief McCredte, with a twinkle in
Dale Smith, new owner of the W. and Canada has.
ness man say that the recent rant­
Mrs. Cox Visiting
Canada's situation has been still his eyes, posting a “ No-Parking"
0. I.eever Hardwire store, has ar­
ing in the august daily sounded a lot
in front of a Central Point car
to him like the "Once in a whiie" b>
Relatives Here rived in town to take personal further improved by the favorable sign
parked In an alley in Medford.
L.A.B. once so notorious in our com
charge of the store. His family will reciprocal trade agreement now in
Mrs. Cox of Baker is visiting her come later.
operation. Tilts treaty was arrived at
munlty. Hope the learned gentlemen
A New York
hanker says he
daughter,
Mrs. Clark and son, Mr
Mr Smith states he is preparing in the spirit, of the "good neighbor"
don't go “ paranoiac" on us like that
would
like
to
run
a newspaper for a
¡5. Culbertson Mrs. Cox is very much i general repair shop in the rear of after months of negotiations in
other fellow did.
• • •
pleased with Central Point saying the store, where he will repair fur­ which the interests of American coupe of weeks. But show us an edi­
This week we have had a rush ol that it reminds her of her childhood niture, tinware, electrical flxturs, farmers was bartered away by their tor that wouldn’t like to run a bank
for about two hours.
candidates in our midst. Even Blin home in La Clliade, Nebraska where and in fact, will take care of the own Government.
Coleman has been out fence-building she attended Sunday school and thousand and one small repair Jobs
As an evidence of the good will
Guy Tex kept his office open Mon­
It has been a long time since anyone school with General PerBhlng. She always coming up. Ills shop will be between the tw'o nations and the
day
till two o'clock In the afternoon
even thought of trying to oust Mr. -»marked quaintly that It didn't de­ equipped with a number of wood­ high regard
in which
President
Coleman from his Job. And, It is out tract any from his greatness or add working machines built by Mr. Roosevelt is held by Canadians, one before discovering it was a legal hol­
hope that they won't succeed now. o hers. Her parents and Pershing 's Smith himself. These include a cir­ has only to refer to Mr. Roosevelt's iday— Columbus Day.
What earthly sense is there it parents were close church friends
cular saw table, hand saw, lathe, etc. recent visit. "T im e " magazine, In
Irsel Lewis wearing his shoes out
throwing away twenty years of ex­
Mrs. Cox may spend the winter Later other equipment will be added. reporting Mr. Roosevelt's visit, had
running bark and forth from the
perience and a lifetime of training with a son In California or may re­
The store will continue to handle the following to say:
counter to his hamburger machine.
for one of the most technical Jolts in main here.
"N o trumped-up enthusiasm stir-
general hardware, paints and sports
the county? Blin has forgotten more
goods. Anyone needing repair work j red this crowd, for Frauklin Rose-
Dorothy LaCaase coming to her
about tax matters and how to place
Mrs.
Louise
Penny
of any kind should see Mr. Smith, velt’s policies have been more uni­ Grandmother with a badly cut knee
fair values on Rogue River Valley
Passes; Aged 8*) who is an expert mechanic and ab­ formly admired abroad than at and teling her " I f it had been 2 In­
land than a lot of those who oppose
home, and many a Canadian especi­ ches deeper it would have rut dear
solutely guarantees his work..
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him can ever learn, and we are hop
ally
wishes him well because he to the bone"
Mr% Louise Penny passed away at j
ing to see him stay right on the jot
Miss Marie Dole of Prospect un­ fears that. If Governor Landon is
the
County
farm
Wednesday
morn-
j
as long as he cares for it.
Harry Hansen in a hurry to get
* m •
in* at 10:30 o’clock. She was boro ■ derwent an operation for appendi­ elected, the New Deal's reciprocal
citis at a Medford hospital re­ trade agreement may be ended."
hit wood all under cover
Oct.
30.
18
16
and
would
havp
been.
Another old-timer who has heavy
Through June 30, 1936 your gov­
cently. She attended school here last
opposition this year Is A. C Walker 90 years old this month. She leaves [
A sign— Central Point Gold Ru li
paid
$1,175,000,000 to
year and ia now a student at Pros­ ernment
one
brother,
Riley
Myers
of
Central
candidate to succeed himself a?
farmers to reduce their plantings of —-posted at a water main repair hole
pect.
Point
and
one
sister,
Mrs.
Laura
county treasurer. Mr. Walker has a
corn, wheat, cotton, and tobacco by
Dias of the Tolo district, besi^l ■-
record as a public official as elea
Jim Grimes with the perspiration
36,000,000 acres, and hogs by 10 to
Kansas
Lady
many
nieces
and
nephew*
to
mourn
as a hound s tooth.
His opponent
standing all over his face, repairing
25
percent.
Tells of Terrors
Mr. Sweeney, has been in the ol< her passing.
From 1933 to 1935 the volume of a tire, saying he didn't want any ad­
Mrs Penny broke her
hip flv 11
First National bank of Medford foi
O
f
Dust
Storms
imports
of crude foodstuffs Into the vertising he had all he wanted to do
years and is well known throughout months ago and has been staying at
United States increased 4 0 percent without advertising.
the
home
of
her
niece
Mrs
Flor­
Mrs*. Oscar H. Adam* who re­
the valley. No doubt he could fill the
and of manufactured foodstuffs 31
cently came from the Kansas
office efficiently, but someway, we ence Walker but she was in so much
percent.
P.T .A . To Hold
’ ’ Duat-Bowl" tell* many Interest­
hate to think of not finding Mr pain that it was thought ft best to
But in the same period, the vol­
take
her
where
she
could
have
nur­
Old Fashioned
ing things about the dust storms
Walker on the Job as usual for lo
ume of agricultural exports from th»
ses ca re.
One especially interesting hap­
these many years.
Box Social
| United States declined as follows
The funeral will be held at th'
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pening was:
29%
¡Cotton
...........
The race for district attorney Is | Odd Fellows Cemetery Friday at 2
After closing the windows and
10
I Unmanufactured Tobacco
Hurrah for our P. T. A.!
doors and hanging blankets over
going along very quietly. Mr Cod- j o'clock
97
At last we are going to have one
, Wheat ......- ................. .....
those on the side from which th»
ding always was a modest violet and
17
of those good old fashioned box so­
Flour .................................
Mr. George Marine ha* pureha«' d j storm was coming, Mr*
not given to making many public ap­
Adams
33
cials where you buy your neighbor
Meat Products
pearance* That might account for! four acre* of tomato*** and 1« haul­
took-up eighteen opund* of dust
93
wife's box and eat till you feel th it
'
Lard
.
.
....
.....
....................|
some of the opposition Mr Newm Uj ing them to the cannery.
off the dining room floor and
For further
information
about ’ nice comfortable feeling under your
is a well known attorney of Medford
twenty-pound off the bedroom
Canada farming see the farm agent \ n*it line
who has been quietly minding hi stand squarely for Ralph Billing* | floor Dust which measured one
of any Canadian railway but If you]
This event will lake i.I - — on PC
own busine*» for year* He, too, has for the reason we believe he is doing ' pint was taken off the kitchen
j
prefer
to
farm
In
the
United
State*,
day
night the 2Jrd o ' O cto ber cl
not been given to forcing himself in­ very good work snd is just the type i table. This
all
happened one
It wttl
and he sure that the home market! 7: so at II. 8 auditorium
to the limelight. We have been ra­ of msn we need on that Job. And
morning after one of the worst
| start o ff with a fine program of mn-
wll
h
r*
protected
ther inclined to favor hi* eandldaev. Mr. Bowman has proven an excellent
atorms and ahe weighed the du-t
VOTE FOB LANDON AND KNOX I sic, singing, readings and a skit nv
just for old-time*' sake But Georg- school superintendent and should b"
it was not guest work.
the High School.
" A Fair Price for * Fun Crop"
ha* done aome very good work on retained And la*t. »* ti*nal coatee
The bird and rabbits would
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A good time u ont.irip«te,j so i»
tba
Coroner,
i
Funny
how
««•
a
l
*
*
'
s
the Job and we won » shod any tear-
travel before the storm
Ligk’ s
Mr».
Goy
Tex
ha»
returned
borne
dt*a
bring your basket- and your
come to tb* undertaker last* Frank
looked yellow and would hardly
If he stay» put
after spendlpg »b« M i t V ' t a* Pr"*- husbands and Join *be fan TH* •*">(
Perl ha* made a very efficient romn-
tight a room
feet.
1 'hw u!tTr*<*f
— a -fj v * — X"
S — J
"un’ :' C'-’ BH b Issimi er
Mr. Roosevelt says unless we
all vote for him we are awful dumb.
Just think of the millions he has
spent for us. (The heck of it is, that
is Just what we ARE doing.) And
from what we know and hear right
at home in our own county regar 1-
ing the W.P.A. and other relief ag­
encies preceding it, we don't like
this idea of politics in relief.
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So w h a t? —
IO AIO SUFFERS
OF BANDON FIRE
The Christian Church of this city
has anonunced completion of ar­
rangements for sendiug relief sup­
plies directly to the people of Ban-
don, recently destroyed by forest
fire. Expenses of transporting
the
supplies will be paid by the church.
The announcement follows:
.
The Christian Church of Central
Point will receive and Bend at our
own expense any goods you may de­
sire to send to the victims of the
Bandon Fire. We will appreciate
garments, new or old. Old garments
must be patched, clean and have a
compete set of buttons. Also of can­
ned or dried, fruit or vegetables, or
any uon-perlshable food stuff. We
will receipt you for money and check
same by notice in Central Point Am­
erican.
All goods must be In by Nov. 20.
Thanking you for gifts all ready
received and in advance for future
sifts.
i f
CLIFTON A. PH ILL IPS
Pastor
ROLAND HOVER
Supt. of Bible School
Bible School Opens
Training Course at
Little Brick Church
The Rev. Robert Charles Lewis,
pastor of the Federated church cf
Central
Point,
today
announced
start of the full term of the Bible
training school at the church. The
school offers a two y^ar course of
Bible study and Christian training
without churge, and there la u<> reg­
istration fee, Rev. Lewi* stated.
The school last year had an en­
rollment of 67, and a considerably
larger group Is i-xpcted this yea*,
with courses to* ru.j tv util Jrne .3«
of 1937. "Th e
need for trained
Christian workers in all departments
of church life is greater than ever
before," Rev. Lewis said. "The Bible
schools of the country have furnish­
ed hundreds of capable men and
women for various positions, but the
demand is continually Increasing.
Gilí? (ühurrljPB
THE FEDERATED CHURCH
R ev. R o b e rt C harles Is'w ts, P a s to r
P hone n i ­
mble School— A. W. Ayers, Sup-
rintendeut, 9:30 A. M.
Morning Worship— 11:00 A. M
Y.P.B.C.K.— (two groups).
6 SO
p. nt.
Evening Servlea— 7:80 p m.
Women's Bible study classes Tues­
day afternoon from 2 to 3 o'clock 'n
charge of Mrs. H. A. Davisson. From
3 to 4 o'clock In charge of Mrs. R.
C. Lewis.
er. 2:30 p. m Tuesday.
The Fisherman's Club, Wednes­
day 6:00 p. m.
The Family Gathering.
Wednes­
day. 8:00 p m
Choir Practice— Thursday. 7 3C
p in
C H R IST IA N CHURCH
C lifton A. Phillips. Minister
Bible School 10:00 A M Roland
Il'iver, Supt. Aim “ More and Better
Work"
Communion and Preaching 11:00
A. M. Duet by Mrs Iretta Eide and
J. Ed Vincent.
Senior Endeavor 6:30 P. M J- E l
Vincent, d Iran or. Leader Doris Pen-
land.
Evangelistic Service 7:30 P. \l.
KnbJ. "The Purpose of the Church".
Prayer and Bible Study Wednes­
day 7:30 p. m.
Devotional l-eadcr
Mrs
George
Hayes. Mrs Eide will review "The
Song of Solomon".
Please remember your gift" for
Bandon Fire Relief.
S A V IN G S
Overcome difficulties,
Conquer distress.
Stimulate ambition,
Favor tranquilli.
And often found a fortuite,
i Many a nickel makes a tin kle».
I I RMI It« W l l
n i l ITGROM I R.s
RANK
Always s i'e
before a- well ae Í-
•er being member of
fefart? D * v - 't n n r a r . - e ',ri