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About The Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1936-195? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1936)
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1030
C U I K A i. POLXT. ORECU.X
Bert H edgpeth and George Ford
re tu rn e d home T uesday from a h u n t
ing trip to E astern Oregon and r e
port no success.
Patterson & Pendleton
U _ -
install New r u m p
We wish to correct the newe Item
which stated that Mr and Mr* Doyle
F r a n k Bonney, while still In the
Mill* had moved to San Francisco to hospital, is showing a decided im-
make their home It was simply
E. It. Gleason is painting the San
The Central Pointer* won the ford J. Richardson house.
football game with the St Mary's
team of Medford last Friday. The
Open bids for the work of putting
score was 12 to 7.
In w ate r mains to carry Medford wa
ter to Eagle P oint are called for
Moad and Benson have taken ov
er the Nat Store and Lunch Counter
In Medford and Invite all their old
Guy Tex was in Medford Wednes
and new friends to come In and en
afternoon on business for the
joy one of those fine meals like mo
ther used to cook.
The P atterson and Pendleton Ser
vice Station have ju st installed an-
other gasoline tank and pump so as
to be more convenient for filling
They a re also installing an other
flood light at the so u th of th e ir s ta
Mr* Simmons |s 111 at her hon’
F re sh cider for H allow e’en at Ha-
on the W hitney place. She suffered h e r’*.
a light stroke. Mrs. Van Dyke is c a r
Mr. and Mrs. H erm an Millard an d
ing for her.
two d a u g h te r s of J e n n e r, Alberta,
T here was a big charvari W ednes arrived W ednesday evening for a vi
day evening on Mr. and Mrs. Letter sit with the E d w ard Jone s family.
The two famlliies were neighbors In
who were m a rrie d Sunday.
Mrs. Sally Musty an d Mrs Lor-
Mr. and Mrs. Vance Nolta and his
nla Minnick called on Mrs. H.
Thompson who is on the sick list but m o th e r have gone to California to
spend the winter.
is b etter a t this time.
Did We Guess It?
Mrs. Jam es W isenor who has been
Mr. Marcella Row e’s m any friends
will be sorry to know th a t he l i v e r y here visiting her sisters, Mrs. Wm.
“ At som etim e in y our Ifte you 111 at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Cash Musty and Mr. Andy Grisbie has re-
have perhaps had a neighbor or are caring for him.
tu re n d to h e r hom e n e a r Lewiston,
friend say— Are you going into town
taking h e r m other, Mrs. Belle Davis
today? I wish you would get me a
Mr. and Mrs. Gnnderm an
have with her to spend the winter.
little present for Mrs. so A go. Don't purchased a little home on
pay more th a n a dollar for it.’’ Then Creek. Mr. a n d Mrs. G ouderm an own
P ete Pomeroy. Jr. Bristow a n d
Gus Carlson has been transfe rred when you got to the sto re an d looked ed property here which they traded E dw ard Lull spent a week in E a st
Mr*. Everett F aber has the sym
pathy of the continuity In the death to Eagle P oint on the highway work over the gift line you th o u g h t, “ Will for a place in Bandon. A fter th e fire ern Oregon bunting. T hey came
she like this, etc., etc., etc.”
of her sister. Mr*. B. A. Newman at
there friends here
uneasv home with two m ule tail deer.
Rev. and Mrs. Johnson of Gold j
Well this is Just th e problem we about them. A group of the highway
a Portland hospital last Friday. Mrs.
Charles an d Alfred T aylor with
Faber had been with her sister for Beach are visiting friends and rela- have when we go to th e gift sample crew on re tu r n in g from Bandon r e
several days. Mr. F aber Joined her tives in the valley. W ednesday afte r room except we d o n 't know w hether port th a t th e G orderm anfs house was Je ro m e Smith were b u n tin g a t Mt.
to attend the funeral. During the>r noon they celebrated th e ir 42nd wed it is to be for Mrs. so & so, or Mr. burnt. T h ere was a bed left and P itt a few days.
absence Donny and Patsy visited ding anniversity at the home of their so & so, or Bette, or J o h n n y , or even th e re car was gone. T heir
C entral P oint voting polls will be
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. son, Marvin, in Jacksonville. All Sweetheart or Baby, nor the maxi d a u g h te r Mrs. W hite a n d husband
Precinct, Copco building:
their children and grandchildren mum or minimum price which they of Medford went to Bandon but did N orth
E. C. Faber.
were present for the occasion.
will be willing to pay, but for the not find h e r p are n ts o r word cf South Precinct, old City Hall.
Mrs. Snyder from Watsonville.
last seven years we have made some them. At last they arrived at the
California is visiting her mother,
Mr. Andre Chomel reports that he very good guesses and as our Holi W hite home here and have p urchas
Mrs. Jennie W hite and other friends | H giightly better and wishes to day line comes In this year an d we ed a home with the Insurance
i th a n k his many friends who have check it off we thiuk we have made money they received on th e ir house
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bartholomee, g |ve„ t and offered, blood transfu- the best guess th a t we ever have. at Bandon.
of the Nip & Sip enjoyed a trip 1° , «ions and also for the beautiful flow- Come In and look it over and see if
Cottage Grove where they visited ers. Mr. Chomel Is atill at the Sacred I we are right. One thing we do know
friends for a few days, re turning H eart hospital and it will be some j is th a t we must have a variety of ■
tim e before he will be able to re tu rn 1 sta n d a rd attractive m erchandise at a
popular price, and we th in k we have
The young folkg of the Centra«
tha t. It is ra th e r early to advertise
Point Grange are enjoying a Hallo
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Monroe and for the Holidays but o u r gift line is
we'en party tonight.
sons Joe and Orville from Shelby- suitable for birthdays, parties, wed
ville, Michigan arrived here Tuesday dings, or w hatever the occasion may
Mrs. Buckles spent Wednesday in
evening for a visit with Mrs. Mon be.
Sams Valley. Today Mr*. Buckles
roe’s brother, Mr. Nitzshke and fa
Also rem em ber we have a nice line
and Mrs. Skyrman are visiting
mily. They plan to locate here per of Hallowe’en novelties, as masks,
friends on Elk Creek.
manently. They report the w eather napkins, plate«, ciepe paper, etc.
get to 48 degrees below zero
STONE'S DRUG STORE
Jim Ross, H omer Bowman and
Ray Ross made a hunting trip and and snow 6 to 8 feet deep. Children
Mrs. W. Limbeck r e tu r n e d S un
returned with three deer. Mr. J e n could not get to school, a distance
kins was also an other h unter who of one mile. Snow plows could not day from K lam ath F alls afte r a ten
days visit with friends and relatives.
brought in a fine deer.
For The American
T he C e n tral Point football team
a f te r a hard -fo u g h t gam e this eve
ning with Ja cksonville m anaged to
hold th e Invaders to a tie— 6 to 1.
Jacksonville m ade th e ir score in the
first q u a r te r white th e Pointers
scored In the last.
P in k O’Conner
carried the ball for the Pointers.
A more com plete sto ry will be
availabel for next w eek's issue of the
A large and en th u sia stic crowd
was present to ch e er for the local
Now u n d e r new M anagement
W e specialize in
Home Cooked Meals
MOAD & BENSON
The P lan To Go F or
PER M A N E N T
MENTS an d all BEAUTY NEEDS
All work done efficiently and
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j Every Day—
DOLLAR D A Y
The Rebekah Lodge will hold Its
T he members of the Carnation
T he Eastern Star held a memorial
t convention In the Grange
service for Mrs. .Jennie Merritt Tues
day evening. Members from Ashland, their husbands at a Hallowe’en p a r Hall Saturday.
ty at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Jacksonville and Medford attended
Mrs. Mary Richardson is helping
Langston next S atu rd ay night.
T. A. Marine.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford J. R ichard
The Box Social sponsored by the
son attended the Radio Club meeting
Mr. Ja m es H edgpeth of Gold Hill
P.T.A. was held last F riday evening
In Ashland Tuesday evening.
in the Sacred H e a rt hospital iu
at the high school. A fine program
Medford. Mr. H edgpeth Is well
Master W alter Leon Brenner ac
known here, he is a uncle of Bert
companied by his mother made his auctioned.
first visit to Central Point Tuesday
Mrs. Floyd Hilton received a let
Mr. and Mrs. K enne th H ulburt
te r from her mother, Mrs. Glass,
spent the week end in Albany visit
Mr. an d Mrs. Sherm an Musty have
ing Mrs. H u lh u r t’s p are n ts and
returned to their home in G rants time and would re tu r n home today.
Pass after spending some tim e in Mrs. Glass and her b ro th e r Mr. Case
Central Point. Sherman Is employed
Mr. and Mrs. L eonard Lynch are
at Grover’s Creamery In Grant« Paas
Mrs. F a r r a and Mrs. Mattie Smith ‘the proud p are nts of a baby boy born
October 10 at their home. They have a
spent S atu rd ay in Medford.
twin girls, Arlene and Darlene, three
Mr. Don Stanley accompanied Mr. years old a n d a little son besides the
Jesse Richardson to McMinnville new baby. This is a very attractiv e
wher he will viait his cousin and an little family of four children, all u n
uncle th a t he has not seen for 3b der four years.
years Mr. Richardson will go to S a
Deschutes P otatoes are b e tte r for
lem They left Monday and expect to
baking. Get them a t Faber'^,
retu rn tomorrow
Green Fir Slabs
Hurry, Hurry and get some of the
While the supply lasts.
Mr. Rennett and Lu Lull went
hunting up Evens creek, taking L u
cius and Robert Lull along as deer
| chasers. They brought home a fine
( A ll sizes )
Flashlights & Flashlight Batteries
Dry Cells & Hot Shots
W. £ . Alexander
To protect the cooling system of
your car from freezing and corrosi
on damage throughout the winter.
A s so c ia te d S e r v ic e S ta tio n
C .G r im e s
C L A S S IF IE D
Special Prices on
Public Service Paints
CENTRAL POINT HARDWARE I "
(Succeaosrs to W. C. L eever)
In the first six months of 1936
we bought from foreign countries:
FOR SALE Studio couches, daven
port set, library table, fernry, lln-
oleoum, carpet «weeper.
something good at 106 S. Grape,
I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
ADAMS PASTRY S H O P— aero«#
from the Roxy T heatre, for hom e
m ade plea, cookiee and cake«
R ic h ild 4
TA hotraale and R etail
#-v«s . / ,
Oil, 10c qt.
A ' R OW ,NGS
' *"• * "
Cuffel & Wolf
P hone 80
and exported on!\ 101
and exported only 1,528
Orade A raw and P aste urised
Milk A Cream
4.680.000 lbs. of Butter
“ Cleanliness’’ o u r Motto
and exported only 454,000
Open for Inspection a t all tim es
5.662.000 bushels Corn
Joe Collins, Prop.
and exported*only 355,000
19.806.000 bushels Wheat
and exported only 146,000 bushels
Butter 693.9% Canned Beef 55.7%
Wool 173.6% Wheat. . . 144.9%
HEAT, LIGHT & P O W E R
M ed. C en t. B ldg.
F irst Clas* Wood H eater Coat $40.
Sell for $14
n o rth of D amon's Cate.
r O K SALE OR TRADR— 10 acre#
tim b e r land.
miles front Aetor-
¡a. J S miles from K napps on Co
lumbia River Highway. Ideal for
quire #1» b a s t iia la sit., Masdb’Td
N aturopathic and Chiropractic
Acute an d Chronic Disease«
E le ctrothe ra py Herbology, Proc-
Phone 170 Medford 128 E. Main
A report of the Department of Agriculture dated
October 12, 1936, shows the following increases
in imports for 1936 as com pared w ith 1935:
Dr. A. R. Hedges
FOR SALK— A. B. C. W aahera and
Vacuum Cleanera. W. H Klatt. 8
FOR S A L E — New and
m achines W. H Klatt. S Grape.
You can always be su re of
I. D. LEWIS, Prop.
The Neu Deal Reciprocal Trade Agreements
have taken the American farmer OUT of the
foreign m arket and put the foreign farm er
in the A m erican m a rk e t!
FOR SALE—-Fine Banana Squash.
L. C. Scott. On Old Stage Road.
If you buy a t
NEW "T O P O F STOVE” PVR EX W E A R
These dishe.-» may be used for serving— remove handle and place ^
on table. See them at
CASH paid for men'« good need
Ladle«' clothes taken on
consignment. See bargains for en
tire family before buying
where. W ardrobe Store. 518 East
Get your apples from Virtue. Prices
right. Also tw o 5 gallon Kegs 3
block* north of Damon's Cafe.
May R a n t and R oar
BEST M EATS
FOR SALE— S quash;
Ford. C. E. Smith, Central Point.
CLBANINO & DEMOTHING Com-
pound. Excellent for cleantng ov-
erstuffed f u r n ltn re and ruga. Cal)
at this office.
May Come and Go
getting th e
Central Point Wood Yard
THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IS f t U l f y e d
TO PROTECT THE AMERICAN FARMER!
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