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CENTRA POINT AMERICAN
Bf M Innocent Bystander
We shall ta k e as our text this
week the following communication
from one of o u r readers:
CENTRAL POINT. ORROON. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ft
Mrs Waelty POINTERS LOSE
CCC Fire Vets
TRIP EAST; Embark on New Died in Auto TO JACKSONVILLE
Crash Tues .
COVERS 12 STATES
IN CLOSE GAME
Work for Year
With rubber screaming against
pavement, two automobiles careened
Into the intersection at Market an 1
Jacksonville high sehool defeated
I tw 0 ni'mtlls vacation. In the mi id1
Oak s tr e e t. this morning, came to- c e n tr a l Polnt
a cloie,y C0nt08te<,
west, were Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Isaac
After five weeks' m ajor partici beetle) control and 880,000 acres gether with a metallic crash, and
pation in one of the most strenuous for rodent control. More th a n 338,- within a few minutes Mrs. H enry ■
J , uu ‘ u ‘ ub
Leaving Central Point August il'i md exacting forest fire campaigns 000 man days have been spent in Waelty of Altamont had been added lhe 8COre of H to 8.
enroute east, several days were sy. e> of northwest hlstry, fifty-eight CCC actual fire fighting.
to K am ath's lengthy 1936 list of j Th® first score of the game came
seeing the wonders of Yellowstone camps u nder forest service super-
The Important part played by the auto accident victims.
j midway through the first q u a r te r
v sion in Oregon and 'Washington CCC In promoting the attractiveness
Mrs. Waelty. 41. died enroute to when Jacksonville passed over th e
Friends and relat'T es were vl ited re swinging 'nto the 8th half year of the forests from a recreational Hillside hôpital. Her husband, driver _ . ,,__ ____ ..
_ , , „ ,
K®al Lne from the Central Point 12
per id of CCC existence, preparing standpoint is seen in nearly 1.800 of . . the
'n Idaho, Wyomng, Nebraska,
in which she
Kansas, before arriving at the r final ,(t uf,a,’k ,p » spectacular but Import- scree of public camp grounds Im was riding, was in the hospital t h is ( >ttri1 llne' ^ he try *or point
destination In .Vo. where five weeks Hnt fare8t projects, according to the proved at hundreds of forst recrea afternoon, suffering from shock and blocked and the te am s played on
u - s forpst service. T&® last CCC tion spots throughout the two states. minor Injuries.
jeven term s throughout the rest of
We w ant to assure this anxious were spent with relatives.
I Hi® half.
party th a t o u r sudden decision to go
available for out of state tourists as Comer, 308 Broad street, driver of
E arly in the fourth q u a rte r after
"w a y back and sit down," was mere through-out Mo , one of the m ist In- C° UI,ty flre rone SalUrday'
After a few days' rest some 2,500 «ell as local communities through the smaller car. They said th a t h i a series of end runs and plunges
ly to g a t o u r breath and perhaps a terestlng being the Ozark Moun
tree tr \>p->r veterans re turning from hundreds of camp stoves, fireplaces, approached the Intersection from placed the ball in midfield Central
bit of introspection to see if we had tains.
he Oregon fires will tighten their shelters, cabins, tables, seat and W aelty's left, and was being hetd for ^ Point completed two pasees putting
been really speaking out of turn in
The corn crop In Nebraska, K an
fur the constructive work of many oth e r improvements construct Investigation. His wife was with him the ball on J a c k s o n v il le 8 yard line
w hat we have been saying about th- sas and Mo. was a total failure ow-
from where Lawrence skirted left
New Deal. And we also want her to inng to the draught of Juy and Aug 1 the winter season. This will include ed at choice camping paces. Nearly at the tim e of the mishap.
Waelty was driving north on Mar end for a touchdown. The try for
know we intend to go right on tak ust: however eight inches of rain in such rrojects as planting young trees a million and a q u a r te r fish have
to reclaim fire devastated
area«, been stocked by t h i CCC in forest ket Street, apparently going towards polut failed leaving the score kn o t
ing pot shots at New Deals, Old September rendered fail crop cond -
j cutting snagj and otherwise reduc streams, lake and stream s have been the creamery to deliver the cans of ted at 6 all.
Deals or middle-aged deals we bo tions excellent, In Mo., and la rre r
ing future fire hazard.
Improving developed for fishing and flood con milk, which were on the back of his
Central Point came right back
lieve not for the best interest of th- acreage of wheat was sown than
camp grounds for greater pubic en trol, and im portant game and wild sedan. Comer was driving east on with another determined drive which
usual. The country was quite beau
joyment of the forests, and com bat life data obtained. Tree troopers Oak street, in the direction of the waa out short when Jacksonville in
tiful with green fields, and autumn
ing destructive ravages of th e wes have proved Invaluable In em ergen depot. They came toge ther in front tercepted the pass on th e 25 yard
The m ere fact th a t Mr .Rooseveit folage.
tern pine beetle, by cutting, peling cies such as fire and flood disaster of th e Bell hotel.
line and ran it back for a touch
of the enjoyable objectives of
, , . . .
is the duly elected Chief Executive , One
and burning Infe-ted trees.
W aelty’s car skidded 36 feet and down. The try for point failed an d
in this region and in search for
of the United States does not in I' 'h e trip was the international con
tipped over on its side. It came to with but a few m inutes left to play
CCC camp8 ,n 0 r e *un 8nd W« ‘‘-
self put his official acts beyond cr vention of Christian Churches h :
"P robably the great contribution rest partly on the sidewalk and part- Jacksonville chose to receive. They
r tv ctrt i o i «
| ingt n with some 9.000 enrollee« un-
And ss we think it over, w
*» l h « *tre o t- The ®th,‘r r ‘ r 8kld- ran the ball to their own 35 wheu
A » « 4 ';« »
b o „ . Included « "
» " 1 » J u r id ic tio n . . . In- of the CCC In Oregon and Washing-
still do not agree with many of th
hlch ton,” states regional forester C. J. ded to a stop In the middle of the afte r 3 plays which failed to gam
1 , ai d
m ethods adopted by the Administrn
to be only they punted to the Central P oint 35
IS are national forest, 9 sta te and Buck, "h a s been In speeding toward Intersection. It , appeared
tlon. W e will admit frankly we be Albuquerque, New Mexico, with side
„ waa run back tQ th a u by
private forest, and 3 Oregon and completion tb s carefully worked ou> slightly damaged. Neither Comer nor
lieve Mr. Roosevelt wants to be of trips to the Petrif.ed F orest, Gra: d
bis wlfe *’a* hurt.
service to m ankind and to have hi Canyon, and Boder Dam.
Mrs. Waelty was throw n out as
The 6417 mile trip traverse;! camps in W ashington of which 19 volving lookouts, telephone line, fire the door on th e large car sprung
With th e tim e fastly ebbing Cen
nam e go down to history as a great
are national forest, 8 state and pri breaks, roads, trails, and oth e r facil
tral Point put on a spirited drive
But he di twelve states, over all kinds of roa ' ;
ities for prom pt action on forest
vate forest, and 1 navy.
which carried the ball to tho one
som«< darned poor picking In his sub and without accident.
fires, and in supplying th e ready crushed. She lived only a few min foot line as the gun sounded, ending
ordinate* in the last four years and
! the CCC during its 3 V4 years' exis- manpower th a t can be called upon
we cannot agree with their Idea,
and Waelty to the hospital.
| fence in Oregon and W ashington fe for im m ediate service on these fires.
e s s
T here was some dispute as th e
To N zw Q u a rte rs deral. state and private forests lu- In spite of the exceptional fire crisis car spilled over a large area of p ' a w game
ended as to w hether or not the
O ur stand during the "recent un
! elude mu h work in addition to fa- of the past few weeks and Its a tte n d
pleasantness" was not taken so murb
The Damon Cafe have made a r milar fire protect.ve m easures for a n t losses. the national forest loss nient, adding to tho hazard at the ball went over th e goal line on th e
last play. Tho officials however
as a Republican and so the hered
rangements to take over the Merri" which the ire« troopers are widely for the four seasons in which the intersection.
The Waelty f a r a d / Is well known ruled It did not, so ended one of the
ta ry enemy of everything Democrn
roperty and expect to take p o s s e known.
They Include revegetation
hardest fought games which local
In the A ltamont district.
tic, but because we honestly believed sion soon.
of 7 55 acres of livestock range; con low record.
Mrs. Waelty Is w ill known hero pigskin fans will probably witness In
the A dm inistration was wrong In cer
struction of 417 miles of range fence
"A glance a t th e su m m ary ," said
as she is lhe dauglflnr of Mr. and many seasons.
tain things. And we find no reuse
\Vins P riz e
1 4 ‘ek hr dges; 104 horse bridges Utftk, “ shows th a t a truly trem en d
M r s Riley Meyers
'T he line-up for Central P oint was
to change out' mind up to date.
:ud 1,244 vehicle bridges, for the ous task has been accomplished.
LE— BUI Grimes
For L a rg e st D eer most
most of her life h e r l
part made of prefabricated W ithout question thousand of boys
F. D. R. ha* a wonderful opport
lumber, or ra th e r wood materials. have developed along with this work
C. M. Hilkey won the $15 prize
unity to do some mighty great thing-
More than 459,000 acres have been and have become b etter present and
given by Lamport's Sporting Goo.b
from th e ir d a u g h t e l Mrs. Hale of
C— Leonard Coplnger
In th e coming years If he is big en
covered for insect pest (m ainly pine fu tu re citizens as a result."
K lam ath Falls telling them to noti
store for the biggest muletail buck
RG— Irvin Lawton
ough to gra*p th a t opportunity. If
fy Mr. Jog Cox of the accident. Mrs.
RT— Blue O'Connor
'tilled during the hunting seaso
he will do as the men did whose la
RE— Art Coplnger
Waelty was Mr. Cox' mother.
The deer «’as shot a t the foot c Local P eop le V isit
b o rs in th e great “ w ar to end war'
'ansey hill in the Silver Lake d s
G— Richard Je w e tt
Mr. and Mrs. Milton accompanied
we this week so glady honor, an
Josephine M ines
F ootball G am e by Mr. and Mrs. Cox left Immediate
LH— L o m e W ebster
rict In Eastern Oregon.
“consolidate his position” he will b>
R1I— Roger Lawrence
ly for K lam ath Falls. Mr. and Mrs.
m aking a good start. If he will just
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Britt of Ja ck
F— Pink O'Cononr
Cox remained In K lam ath Falla but
" t a k e sto c k ’* of w hat has been done
sonville and Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
Beebe, Miller, Ganten-
and Central P oint te am s on the lo
and go over th e past four years’ ex
Is Seriously II I ;ore motored to Kerby and Waldo cal
beln, Crawford, Long.
th a t evening.
perim en ts and check what has be^n
nd o th e r interesting mining dts- ple from Medford and all over the
Mr. and Mrs. J a k e Meyers and
worthwhile an d w hat extravaga'
The many frlerd of Mrs
Mrs. Floreuce W alker left this
nonsense, and put himself to t
~ > - s n w 11 be s-irry to h'vir th
car loads of fans beside« many that morning for Klam ath Falla
task of straightening out the kink
she suffered nn internal h ni 'i
They s to p p e d in Waldo which wtr J were on foot. It was over-heard a
we will feci he is really getti.
last Friday morning and is : or'
n u m b e r of times "T h a t we won't *'■<• and sister of Mrs. Waelty.
1 lat the home of her in, Mr. E. I built in 1863 a n d took a num ber of.
Mr. Waelty says they were only
Til K EKUKKATKD CHURCH
a b e tte r game this afternoon
Gleason. Her son and wife, Mr.
, j ctures oi' the old hotel
lt<‘V. Robert Clierlee
Many of the things accomplish
T 3 El.lt Glearon of Seattle an where th e s t a g e horses were kept. Medford."
They hope to be able to bring the
l*t ni ne n i .
The Girl's Pep Club clad In red
will be found O. K. Others not
« ■ •rhfer. Mr . Ira Root of Son
Bible School— A. W. Ayers, B«p-
Tbs old s t o r e a n d postoftice i s ’now] sweaters and blue skirts, led by body here for Interm ent as it would
good. Still others absolutely wort'
Lake are at her bedside.
be too hard a tr ip on Mr. and Mrs. rlntendeut, 9:30 A. M.
less. We hope he wll get busy se
Clarabelle Brood and B arbara Koh
Riley Meyers to go there
Morning Worship— 11:00 A. M.
ler added much to the festive a p
p ara tin g the sheep from the goa
Y.P.8.C.B.— (tw o groups).
and let the country aett'.e down t.
The group also took pictures of pearance.
D isplay M anag
placer ground and the large hy
business. More power to him.
It was a hard fought gam s aud a First G raders
Evening Servie»— 7:80 p. m.
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draulic pipe laid ready for operation. n u m b e r of o u r local fane feel th a t
Publish Paper Women's Bib!« study classes T ues
It seems to this w riter th a t modern
It is reported the first gold discov the Pointers did not receive a square
day afternoon from 2 to 8 o 'H s rk 'o
organised labor has gone hog-wlld decorator and salesman has been ap- e red In Oregon waa found here. deal on th a last play. But as usual
The following la a copy of a »mill charge of Mrs. H A Davisson. From
Someway we find it hard to stomach
our boys are always good sports— newspaper published Wednesday for 8 to 4 o'clock In charge of Mrs. R.
having a few a rrogant laborers hold for The Toggery, according to
chandlse store at Waldo an d the win or lose.
the first tim e by the first grade pu C. Lewis.
ing up th e business of the nation a nouncement made Saturday by YVll-i mine will be operated again as soon
A rt Coplnger suffered a sprained pil* u nder the direction of Mrs. Mae sr
8 30 p m Tuesday
they a re now doing. Thousands oi liam F. Isaacs.
j.3 a water supply is available.
sn k le and Pink O’Connor had a nose Richardson.
The F is h e r m a n ’« Club. W ednes
dollar« are being lost by people In n
Tha children fnrnlsb the news and day 8:00 p m
T'ae Moore’s and B ritt's visited th a t looked like a rainbow today—
way connected with the controversy, m en’s clothing enables Mr. LeClerc j .h e Simmons and Cameron mine« It la hoped It Isn’t broken. O ther take turn* reading It aloud. Wateh
The Psmlly O sthsrtng,
because they cannot »hip their labor- to display apparel throughout the j wh h have been mined for th e last members euffered minor bruises !■ for the new words as each news-ga day
8 00 p m
lo w ly rai»ed products to
market store and la the Toggery show win forty years The ground being aluio- the herd fought game.
tb e re r increases bis vocabulary.
Choir Practice— Thursday.
7: I f
And w* feel th a t organtxed labor in dows to the best advantage, and to t ed off for 10 to 15 acre*. They
Think w hat a thrilling way It P m
genera) will lose more In the Ion,
would be to learn to read.
drove 55 miles in this district look- D ate Set for
ru n by refusing to arblbrate theli rect elections. An unusually com ! Ing over th e old mines. Mines that
CHMUSTIAS CHI'R CH
F IK 8T GRADE NEWS
Gym H ouêew arm ing
plete stock of m e n s high cla i
differences with their empoyers.
c u r t e s A. r u lli Ip*. Minister
Tuesday, November 10
w ere operated year* and years ago
¡ready-to-wear and accessor.ei
This is o n r first paper.
land now all opened up again and
Tuesday, November 24, is th e fi
Aad the «ooher the federal govern-
and winter is now available a' ¡employing m any men, owing to the
28 children a re here.
Girl Scouts Honor
nal date set for th e Oymboree or
meot puts its foot down on the fool- h„ Toggery, out e n d i n g eus in
Norma Ju n e la not here.
I higher price of gold. They «aw three
Housewarming of the gymnasium
ishnes». th e better for all concerned
Bg featured in
G uests at P .T .A .
Alio la not here.
eawmllis runnings, with high piles
which is being sponsored by the
They did U one« in H»e caa* of th<
Robert Is not here.
. o f lum ber ready to deliver.
An espee'aliy fins meeting was
railw ay brotherhood« »nd should d
Arlene went sway.
« -p •
The m ala part of the program
enjoyed by members of the P.T.A.
it now in the m aritim e «trike In
Billy and Bobby went away
led tord I lgcr#
consisting of a play by the seniors
W e will not come to school to m o r - jla * 1 F riday afternoon.
not b* mad‘ , Concentration,
and various musical numbara will be
The program was presented by
to s u ffe r while th e m a tte r in cou-1
row. It la Armistice Day.
presented In the high tchoo sudltorl-
sixth grade and the local Girl
trov«*»y is being settled
" 'iD F O R D , Nov. 11.— Underdog rm «-here the guests may be com-
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Scouts, who were honor guests for
T urkey G row er Buys
ir.d h rh s-hoo| stepped to tb fortably seated
the afternoon, gave a fine skit bring
W . have been asking everyone w. f
H gh Ideals.
d held th e Medford
After the m ajor part of the pro-
ing forth the necessary requirem ents
saw th e last few d ay . to an*w*>r
And Love's Labor,
T -* r* to i 8-to-8 tie before an Arm- pram the guests will be tak^n to the
of th e organisation.
sim ple question and to -late, have no |
gymnasium where several stunts, in-
GRANTS PASS. Nov.
i I ce day crowd of 3500.
received » re«lly practical « “ »wet j F ARMERS A I K M T M ! .it i
Mrs. Mabel Simms, Girl Scout
Ashland scored Its touchdown In eluding one by the I/etterm an's Club , hundred hen tu rk ey s and ten tom«,
T he question »a*: “ Why is It , h '
Executive of Medford, gave a very
the last half-m inute of play on ■> will be given
itraveling in high style in separate
w* have had mere labor disturban.-e-
interesting talk on recreation".
ember Federal Dep jrit 1
The new improvements will be on ¡crates as befitted thoir aristocratic
pas . Fowler to McAllister T he Ti-
in th« U st th ree years than in the
I» S Be Victorious!
T bs business meet ng then took
N arraganseit strain, arrived bare by
s h a lt.d the winning point when full display.
last tw enty T" If you have a real a n - .
Refresh meets will be sold for a tr s ln from Kenosha. Wl* for Georg« pace, with the main discussion <*f
Power's k.ck for the extra point was
sw«r. send It i t
Not « partman an-
| mealing being th a project tor _ the
*m*ll sum a t the gymnasium
mornings are cold
You Just ougV blocked.
•w er. for th a t d o «.«'t e i p t“ »
Mr. HamCtrm la on* of sovorgl T'*1' H w u dotMdod to u » d « * « k e
A pass. S akralda to Wilson, put
There mu«t bd »om* economical re a
The B srsan Clast of U m FsdSka- torkoy g rrrre rs wv> this year have
aacJxm sa a ^JjW *-
Medford ahead late In th« second
son. hut we confe»« we b»veu t laid few mile« and sfe some REAL co d
t»d -b erch are ho.d at thstr « u m * enterad t h s loca’ r a i d , and h* 1«
il:s»d t n l *Ma «*•'
B-r-r-r’ We bsvot. t got warm T " period.
o u r Go f a r on It ywt.
h ADB tH t t n
je ip H lsg wall shioded b i r d s (AiU of * r* r« i b j
ufb'hMi w'rwto <b u fit*.’
A fh.a-d i '. ■■•’•1 thrvugb the b t;».. party «t
, _ _ _
fhe Wtoft fa vaV fJ
P n a u v n t i l * u \ W e
Tolo, Nov. 10
Be yourself, Mr. Powell, an in-
nocent bystander, silent If necessary
but d o n 't go away back and sit down.
The republican party may be dead
th a t doesn't prove all is well with
the live one by any means. You and
Col. Wood a r e not the only ones who
were Landonltes, to tell the truth
I adm ire the Landon family so much
th a t I am glad they may live at home
in peace.— (Name on file.)
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