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About The Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1936-195? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1936)
FFtA_N IC U N D ‘ R O O S n V E L T R E E L E C T E D P R E S S E N T ; C A R R IE S 46 S T A T E S . C O N G R E S S
O V E R W H E L M IN G L Y D E M O C R A T IC .
CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
CENTRAL, POINT. ORBQON. THURSDAY, NOVKMKKK 3.
M u s in g s ^
By an Innocent Bystander
DOLLAR DM5 TO Stephenson Wins
BE STAGED BÏ
Over Taylor for
Louise Elliott Dies
A t M edford Hospital
10 PLAY MINERS
Mabel Louise Elliott, 2S, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs.-George J. Elli
ott of Central Point for the last 10 |
Hey, fellers, don't shoot! We
years, passed away at a local hospL
surrender. Me and the other feller
tal late Wednesday evening follow
will now go way back and sit down.
ing a lingering lllnesa.
We know when we are licked.
She was born at Council, Idaho
Central Point football team meets
August 7, 1911. During her resi
But seriously, brethren, this writ-|
Friday and Saturday of this week
dence at Central Point, she was c Jacksonville at Central Point Armis
er is not so egotistical as to believe are Dollar Days at Medford and lo-
Ralph O. Stephenson. Democratic I ted County Assessor, over Hansen, member of the Federated church. tice Day at 10:00 In the morning.
he alone Is right, when so large a cal stores. For davs the m^rchin's
candidate for the state legislature, (D ).
Besides her parents, she leaves one Although the Central Point team haa
majority have said he is wrong. After have been busy planning for the big
won second pa re In the legislature
Douglas Elliott of Central been dogged all season by injuries
I George R. Carter ( R ) , re-elected
all, and above all, we are all Amer - events. Thousands of worthwh. e
rare in the recent election. Wm. Me
Point. Also a number of uucles and It is hoped that most of the boys will
cans, thank God, and the will of the bargains will be on sale those two
Allister, Republican won first place County Clerk, against Clarence Pan- aunts, one of whom, Mrs. A F. Lew be In shape to play.
majority rules and we hope ever will days for One Buck.
The players are all pointing for
The race was close between Stephen-
is, resides at Phoenix.
Local businessmen have joined s >n and Glen O Taylor, who sought
Ralph Sweeney (D ), elected coun
Funeral services will be conduct this game and hope to do more than
And In that spirit we stand today the Medford stores In offering all re-election. James Stevens, Demo ty treasurer over A. C. Walker ( R ) , ed by Rev. Charles Lewis at the Con tie Jacksonville as was the case in
ready to accept the verdict and to sorts of merchandise at this special crat. was third and Mrs. Pomeroy. incumbent.
ger chapel at 2 p. ru. Saturday. In the last meeting.
do our part as best we may for the price.
Frank J. Newman,
elected terment will be In the Central Point
Independent, ran a poor fourth.
The Pointers will probably rely on
Be sure and read the advertise
welfare of this great country of ours.
Other winners In the county were: District Attorney against George cemetery.
a passing attack built around Blue
President Franklin Delano Roose ments In this paper and then men
re-elected Codding (D ) , incumbent.
O'Connor, who did outstanding work
velt has been almost unanimous'y tion the paper when buying from County Commissioner against Ralph
Frank Perl nosed out his shadow, Many Entertainers for when tho teams met before. Blue
chosen our leader for the next four these concerns. They are offering Jenning, (D ).
and his brother Pink will present
(his only competition)
by a fair
Armistice Day Ball Jacksonville with a twin threat. Alan
years and although we have not al wonderful bargains for Friday and
J. B. (Blin) Coleman ( R ) , re-elec- margin for County Coroner.
ways agreed with him we shall do Saturday.
Jewett, right halfback, who received
Lee Garlock of the Dance Commit a sprained ankle In practice two
all that In us lies to help the holder
tee for the Medford Poat'a Bigg m - weeks ago, will probably be back In
of that high office to bring "peace National Commander
and Better Armistice Day Celebra harness.
on earth, good will to men."
Ever since the recent debacle the tion announces the entertainers who
D .A .V . Auxiliary to
When Interviewed about the game
of this paper has been on a j will furnish the Floor Show in con
Visit in Medford
And now that the tumult and
players replied ns follow*:
week and a ... on Armistice Day vo stili hunt to find the other Republl- j nection with the Armistice Day Ball.
the shouting have died we can set
George Merritt— “ I play tackle
Dolly Secord, national
comman lunteer workers will be on the streets
tle down to the serious business of
and I hope to take my man out
of this city with a plea "W e a r a And at last we dug him up. He li no
"Don and Joan” , International every time.”
being real American citizens and, we der of Disabled American Veterans
forget-me-iinot” . The campaign is
Dance Team, they have appeared In
hope, "good neighbors." The caiu- auxiliary will be in Medford. Nov.
Alan Jewett— “ I don't know whe
the annual sale conducted by the veteran, who says he cast his first the better known Nlte Clubs up and
paign has been a bitter one— too bit- 6th and lth
ther I will be able to play, but, If I
down the Pacific Coast. Thoir sensa do, I will try to make my share of
But all that should 1 Lillian Williams. National Com- Jackson County Chapter No. 8, Dls-
ter at times,
ab.ed American Veterans of the io, Ohio, and has been voting the Re tional "Rhumba'' Dance is fast and
now be forgotten and a new start
Wor d War. of dainty boutonnieres, publican ticket ever since.
¡colorful. Their "Apache” Dance is
made that the entire country should [ partment commander will accom
Richard Jewett— “ We tied Jack
pany the National Commander from the blue f.ower of rememberance, to
sonville once and our team Is stead
H „ u 0rlenlal and
raise funds to take care of emergency and bit wife both walked to the polls!
ily Improving. As quarterback I will
relief problems among the war-time last Tuesday to cast their ballot, for I .Torch„ Dancer> Direct from tho Ua,
In the state, we are glad to note
do my best to call the correct play
Taberln and Royal Hawaiian Nite at the right time.”
that Senator Charles McNary is once 8 o'clock and a one o'clock luncheon
rehabilitation. The sale this year Is
clubs in San Francisco.
more a winner. We feel confident Saturday have been arranged in hon
Simon Pappe— “ I will play to the
under the charge of Frank Holbrook Mrs. Jessie Case Dies.
"Neva Peoples" Colored Blues best of my ability.”
Oregon can have no better friend It.
According to a statement made to
alnger and dancer from Frank Se
Washington than he.
A t Home of Sons bastians' Cotton Club, Los Angelo«. Roger Lawrence— " I will try to
day by Harvey Cassman, commander
Homan has been too good an officii Plan Big Parade
get every pass coming my way and
"Th e Two HaCha Girls” who stoie will attempt to block my man out
to lose. We are glad to. read of hi-
O n A r m i s t i c e D a y of tbe local chapter, the National
Jessie D. Case, former resident of
President of the Ladies' Auxiliary
the show at the San Diego Exposi completely.”
retention. The same is true of Mr
Central Point, passed away at the
Van Wnkle, who for many years his
Bill Crimea— " I will do my beat at
One of the finest patriotic parades tion, will be In Medford during the home of her sons, George and Glen
"Herman Whaley” Portland's fa end.”
served us well as attorney general
in many years is looked for when the first two days of the sale to assist Davis, in Salinas, Cal. The remains mous colored singer and dancer.
Blue O'Connor— " I
are to arrive In Medford Friday eve-
procession the local members.
"Bud Graces” formerly with Fan- tackle better than ever befpre and
In the county, the winners stand
moves through the Medford busineer
- — — v. . : .. ... ■»-
chon and Marco's hit shows. Will act try to make all my passes accurate.”
Just about as we had a htmoh they
held at the Perl funeral home Sat
district Wednesday, November I t
as Master of Ceremonies.
would. We have feel for a long time
Pink O’Connor— " I play Fullback
urday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
UnUder the able direction of Col. W Miss Ayers Honored .
Instrumental and I'll back up tbe line so that no
that If ever a really competent at
H. Paine arrangements are rapidly
A t Birthday Surprise
solos and musician for the entire one can get through.’’
torney, of wide acquaintance am.
rounding into final form and many
Boys Play Prank
floor show In connection with Herb
long years reisdence among us, mad>-
Leonard Coplngor— “ I'll have to
organizations have already
Mrs. Harvey Davisson and Miss
Hamilton's Broadway Inn Orchestra get mad f i n t . "
a real fight for the district attorney s
plans for partlclcpatlon with not on Ruby Webster planned a surprise
direct from tho Broadway Inn, Port
job, he would get it. Mr. Codding
The "Miners” will depend on
Leave Groceries land.
ly marching bodies but for floats as party honoring Miss Avys Ayers’
Mitchell, hard driving back, to gain
has made a very competent official
veil. Invitations have been extend birthday anniversary Friday evening
A very small admission charge (heir yardage.
and a very consciencious one, but wo
Mary Stansby was very
'd to all patriotic orders, lodges
About thirty young people were much surprised on going to tbe door has been arranged for unattached or
Although this game will be played
have sensed a feeling that a chaugt
ichools, service clubs, granges and
present and the evening was spent Hallowe'en night in response to a extra ladies so that they may enjoy in the morning because of the large
in that office would be welcome.
:ommunity clubs as well as local
playing gam<s combined with a lot rap and finding no one there and on the floor show and dance even tho' number of people who wish to at
business firms and a whole-hearted
of Hallowe’en fun.
Mr. Newman has a clean record
the porch were two boxes of grocer "Papa” stay» at Home? ? ? But with tend tho Medford-Ashland game In
.plrit of co-operation has been re-
ies, orange«, and wheat for her the floor show listed above "Papa” the afternoon, a large crowd is ex
of faithful work for hia clients auc.
•eived by the Legion parade com-
pected to be In attenadnee for the
by Mrs. Davisson and Misa Avys re chickens. She was very much sur W O N T STAY AT HOME.
his community and is well quaiiiio.
nittee. Several outside communities
ceived a number of very beautiful prised and at Drst puzxled until Bert
for the position. In the case of ou.
i Jackson county are planning en
Mr. Chomei la atill showing n
Booster tickets, selling for 10c
Hedgpeth appeared and told her it
state representatives, we again werv
ries Including Ashland, which will
slight Improvement. His many friend
will be on sale. The Pep Club is ex
was a Hallowe'en prank played by
not surprised. There has been a fee.
I represented by the Legion KUtll
will be glad when ho la able to re
pected to be out In full regalia to do
some o f tho Central Point boys.
ing floating about that every mai
.rum corps and a large delegation j D i g B e a r K i l l e d
who had a scat in the last legislatur
’ World War veterans.
By M edford Men stated that she was never so sur Tuesday evening after lodge the
which passed so much foolish legu
prised in her life and wanted the Woodmen gathered at the Theodore Miss Edith Sage
lation. such as the old age Peu81°
Maple Family Hold
Mr. 11. C. Thomas of Trail and
bill just killed by the people, and th
boys to know bow pleased she was Glass home and listened to election
O f Table Rock
Reunion in Seattle .Ur. T. W. Milee of Medford with and what a big help It was. She is returns. About 22 members were
Unemployment Insurance act, which
their bear hounds left Sunday morn nearly blind— has completely lost
works such a hardship on smai. ou».
present from Medford. Talent and
Alvin Maple of Central Point ing for a bear hunt above Trail. The the sight In one eye and the other Central Point. A supper of Chilli-con
nesses, should stay at home and r..
Jr., made his annual visit to Seattl« hounds located a big black bear and is failing fast.
Miss Edith Marian Sage of Table
con was served. The party broke up
• • •
esterday, so the Maples, one of the ran It for about an hour before It
Rook and Mr. Howard Gault of Med
about one o’clock.
was tree d end shot.
ford, deputy sheriff, slipped quietly
And we fee. ni ghty fine ove. oldest pioneer family names in th
The bear weighed over 300 lba. A
•ity, held a reunion in their home ai
Mr.« Mae Richardson's first gra away Tuesday and were married In
the magnificent victory of Italph Bil
crowd gathered about the car, with
ders are starting a newspaper which, Medford by the Rev. E. S. Bartlam.
lings. Ralph has made one of th. 5937 24th Ave. S.
Besides Alvin Maple, his brother, ,lie big bruin on the back, parked in
they priut on the blackboard every Miss Sages' father and aunt accom
best commlsioners th s county hu.-
harles S. Map e. was there, and .rant of The Safeway in Medford.
Wednesday morning. Watch for u ! panied her. Tbe Gaults left Immedi
had for a long time and here
copy o f this paper In this paper af ately for San Francisco. Upon their
Master Harry Lee Thomas wasn't
hoping he will stay on the Job to.
Clarabelle Brood and Barbara
return they will make their home on
ter this week
a long time. And the same holds tru. Maple Brown and Mrs. Cora Maple much impre sed with the bear, h>* Koehler were elected yell
All were born In Seattle, mother saying it was too much of
of George Carter. We would hav .’atton.
for the year at a recent Student
felt a whole lot *orse today If thes. and all live In Seattle except A.v n an every day occasion. Baby Robert Council Meeting. Max Knadler was
Medford Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hall and
Maple. Alvin in 65 ears old, Charles Duane Thomas looked on In big-
two men had lost out.
given tbe position of Athletic mana
Wana Conrad attended a Hallo children from California are visiting
57. and the sisters— the first white eyed wonder.
• • •
we'en party at the Heft home Satur Mrs. Hall’s grandmother Mr*. Little.
wins born in King County— are 6J
And then that pillar of the temple
Minis McCord was sleeted to fill day afternoon.
The older children are attending
"BUn'' Coleman. What would we do
the vacancy of vice-president of the
Mae 8lmmons attended a program school here.
without him. May his shadow neve:
G A.A. when Erma Thompson be at the Weat Side School Friday eve
W hile Hunter Gets
grow less. But we shall always fee. one of the first King County trea -
came president of tbe organization. ning.
a pang of regret when we think o
License and Gun The Pointers tied the Jacksonville Helen James attended a Hallo
A. C. Walker, In our opinion mor« of Jacob Maple, who came to Seattle
A strange happening of the hunt-1 Miners. «-6 In the football game we'en party at the home of friends
sinned against than sinning. But lr. in 1861 and settled on the Duwa-
in Medford Saturday evening.
reason was when a certain party J Thursday afternoon
THE FKIll.lt 4TKI» CHURCH
Mr. Sweeney we feel we shall find a
Roberta and Norma Jean Wert* lt*v. Robert < 'hnr'ea l/'wls, Pi**tor
1 v dfsrd went ftsb'ng on l t | M
Our team is working hard now an
faithful, competent and courteo’.
For example, 65-year-o.d Char:e River. Looking across the river he looking forward with much antlct- spent the week-end at their home it
Pho ne A l-
saw a big 4-point buck He watched pation to tbe Armistice Day game Climax.
IUtil«. School- A. W. Ayers, Sup-
Honor Roll for the first six weeks
"1 m good f'»r at least forty year. th(? beautifnl an'tnal for a few min- » It h the Mlnera This game will de-
rintendeut. 9 JO A. M.
In our own town, the election
utea. then,he walked out of the river termln* as to which la the better period was as follows:
Morning Worship- -11 00 A. M.
almost a f*rce. Nobody seemed to
S e n io r s
The above is a copy of a story i,aj.ed down hia fishing pole, drove to team,
Y.P.8.C.E.— (two groupa).
care a hang one way or another and
According to tbe applause, the Roberta Pank»*y
A A A A p. m
the election went bf default to those that appeared In a Seattle paper dur-| Medford, purchased a hunting 11-
A A A A
jot his gun and returned to students of both grade and high Roberta Wert*
Evening Servie*— 7:30 p. m.
who had nerve enough to get a pet'- ¡nng Mr. Maple's visit there.
A A A A
school who attended the 'Liquid Air' Libby Hamilton
Women's Bible study classes Tues
Mon filled out. No one had any ef
A A A A day afternoon from 2 to 3 o'clock 'a
program Monday afternoon, enjoyed Janice Nealon
fective opposition and Mr. Isaacson .hat doesn't live within 10 mile* of
A B B B charge of Mr*. H. A. Davisson. From
the presentation of the wonders of Clarabelle Brood
as mayor and Mr. Tex as records,
A B B 3 to 4 o ’clock In charge of Mr». R.
from a two her home with a had cold,
will have the assistance of the en returned last week
week visit In and near Seattle.
tire old council.
A Pep Club composed of all glrla Helen James
A U n H er
Mervyn GJea«on and Ray Watkins
2 30 p m Tuesday.
Eight lucky football players were went out the last day of the bunting who wish to Join, under tbe leader
The Fisherman'* Club, Wednes
We hear there were some frean
A A A A day 8:00 ,p. m
invited to a seven o'clock dinner •eaann and bagged two deer at Salt ship of the yell leader*. Clarabelle Norma Jean Werta
votes cast. One ballot was properly
A A A A 11
Brood and Barbara Koehler has been Marjorie Dodson
Tuesday evening at the Roy Jones Lake.
The fa m ily Gathering,
folded and cast but left
organised. The purpooe of this club Dorothy Oentry
A A A A 11 day. 8:80 p. m.
Shack and also to listen to the elec
blank as to cross marks. Several
A A A U
This is apple week— Oet. 31 to la to support the team at tbe games Ernest Plnhbam
tion returns. After stuffing on a reg
Choir Practice— Thursday.
7: I f
others voted for Rooaevelt and
Wanda Hood bad Sunday dinner Evelyn Stanley
A B B B P m
ular Thanksgiving dinner— turkey, Nov. 7. Governor Martin l U t e i that
Frank Perl— Just those two alone
cranberries, and all the trimmings. the Oregon apple crop waa mora at the home of her sister In Med
And on* craiy son-of-s-gun voted f ° r
A A B B
CHRISTIAN C H I T t m
we doubt If any of them shed tea-« (than 5.000.000 bushel*. Let's each ford
all five of the presidential candl-
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A A U U
IA l A uu iu rtuUtp*. m i r f w «
IT Yen L^ffand vY»ltdJ friend*
IwlrlWi every way tlte et*ct*% weak
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