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CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
VOL CMH IX
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON, THVKSDAV, OKI EURER » ,
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By an Innocent Bystander
Another turn of the wheel, ami
Christmas is with us again. Who;
a wonderful time it is. For Christ
mas brings a pause, a breathiu:;
spell, in the spinning gyrations t
human ambition and human striv
ing. For a brief moment the voice
of kings and captains sound, som
how, less strident; the flags of H j
tions flamit, somehow, less defiat.
Ijr; and men everywhere see th
brother rather than the wolf in
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It Christmas Time
NCHHKK I I
I rctmicwmpnrcK’firo c r**'.««’«'««
Again the spirit o f Cknstma*, bringing witk it it*
Car Upsets on
Mr. und Mia. Lawrence Sheehy of
Los Angeles, oil their way to »pend
the Christmas holidays
tive» in Victoria, Canada, had th*
misfortune to overturn their t'hevr-v
j let coupe on the highway half way
j between the Grimes’ service station
: and the cheese factory Tuesday af-
Mrs. Sheehy was driving at the
time of the accident, her husband
being asleep beside her. She turned
out to miss a car which was ap
proaching the highway from a pri
vate driveway and in turning back
to her own aid« of the road to clear
an approaching cur from the north,
made so abrupt a turn that her car
ran off the pavement and overturn
ed. No one was hurt.
Severul people who saw the uccl-
dent hurried to the spot and righted
the car, which was only slightly
flew off and struck her husband on
the head, but were unbroken. A by
stander had to open the car door a*
Mrs. Sheehy was unuble to do so.
It was noticed as the young couple
drove away that one front wheel was
rather shaky, hut they proceeded In
plte of the accident.
DEATH TO ONE
A collision at six o'clock Tuesday
great promne o f universal joy, descend* upon tke
At least 1,000 under-privileged,
evening on the Pacific highway near
children of Jackson county will be j
w or Id . " .M e r r y C h r u t m ii — w h erev er the
the Doty wrecking yard two miles
guests at the Gates & Lydiard Christ- I
ioulh of this city between two curs
mas party iu the Elks temple Thurs-
inspiring word* greet the ear, in whatever tongue,
driven by Mr. Fujll, a Japanese, of
day, preliminary figures indicated
Seattle, and Clayton Glass of the
they change you, a* they change u*. Brotherhood,
Table Rock district, resulted In fa
Miss Lillian Roberts, Red Cross ^
tal Injuries to Mr. Glass and serious
love, humanity * great capacity fo r fellowship
secretary n charge of compiling the
injuries to his wife. Mr. Glass died
list of guests, said arrangements had
and kindness, all spring forward wi th the coming
shortly after being taken to a hospi
been completed for transporting the |
tal. The two small Glass children,
The spirit of giving, which b
children from their homes to Med
o f this mightiest yet most mysterious expression
while badly bruised and scratched,
gan under an ancient star still liv ford and return. Cooperating upland-1
o f man t spiritual life.
ing in the hearts of men, is an ex Idly, the schools have provided their!
enough Injured to be taken to the
pression of the conviction that Faitn buses for use of the youngsters Miss'
hospital and are with their grand
without Works in dead. At Chris
W it h the feeling ot a year made complete through
mas all worldly Joys are subordinal
Because of the large number of
Clayton Glass was a son of Theo
earnest effort to fulfill an adopted purpose, with a
ed to the one Joy of kindness— in guests, two servings of dinner have
Glass who lives near the Bybee
cluding that outpouring of fellow been arranged for. The first serving
sense o f welcome hum ility , w ith a sincere and
bridge and a cousin of Theodore
ship and sympathy in which th will be at 12 noon Thursday in the
Glass of this city, with whom lie
poorest can share » » lavishly as th' Elks basement dining room. Those
heartfelt pledge that this newspaper w ill continue
stayed for some time several years
to be served first are children from
ago. He was employed at the Modoc
to follow its accepted principles o f leadership and
Point and the
Orchards ut the time of his death.
The pity is that the Christma Howard. Oak Grove, Lone pine and
Tuesday evening after work Mr.
community service, we offer our wishes that your
spirit, which, for a brief moment
Glass and his family started for
The second serving, to follow at
brings so much joy und gladness in
Christmas he a happy one.
Medford to purehase shoes for the
to being, should not he the ever- 1:15, is for children from the outly
children and other Christmas shop
continuing spirit of m a n k i n d ing districts, plenty of time being
ping. Before reaching the city the
throughout the whole year. Wh> allowed for their arrival here. Places
fatal accident occurred.
should we so soon forget on will be set for 550 youngsters at
Legion W ill Hold
At the time this is written (W ed
net; .vbors and the^ Joys we hud ¡a, each serving.
nesday morn lug) Mrs. Glass had not
A group of high school students, I
giving'* iiuw mvtu oetu-r it *uu •.
been Informed of her husband's
than 288,000 but modified hlA claim
he If wo could carry on through the under direction of Miss Floy Young] Judgment Denied
death and the extent of her Injuries
to 1 per cent of the money received
entire year as w« do at Christma will lead the singing of carols. An I
octette ironi both the girls' and
By Gore Juror«
amount to about 810,000.
boys' glee clubs of the high school
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A move has alrealy been started Legion will he held at Salvation 3 Girls Receive
will sing during serving of the din
Not that we mean the eternal ex j
officials and Army headquarters, 236 North Bart
ner and the groups, uuder Miss
MEDFORD, ec. 22.— William H.
A w ard Pins For
changing of “ presents." But to re
lett street, on Wednesday evening si
' oung's direction are now rehears- Gore, former banker and farmer, ! friends of Gore to seek a legislative
tain that spirit of kindliness; o
7:30. The two organlxatlons are pro
4-H Club W ork
'ng special Christmas music design-1 ]ogf j,!s su|t against Jackson county act which will enable the land-grant
watching out for the other fe lo lw
viding a Christmas treat for about
ed to appeal to children.
, f or collection of money he claimed counties to each pay part of a pen
happiness and wel-being.
W hat a
Gold filled pins have been award
Mrs. Ellen McRae, Groceteria chef was f j . j,im as payment on services sion to be awarded Gore. Several of 300 children.
wonderful place this old
Admission to the progrum and ed Mary Esther Davis and Rebocca
who will supervise the cooking °M rendered in connection with passage
would be if We all lived up to thai
•he dinner at the No. 1 store, today I of th(, 0reKOI1 & California
land ness to help pay such a pension, of tree will be by ticket only. More Hunsley of Central Point and Mar
glorious anthem which rang acr.>;>
than 225 tickets have already been garet. Walter of Medford, for their
completed the list of food required j srpnt r,.fm,d bill,
issued and It is expected that by this outstanding 4-H club work, achieve
the Judean hills:
for the banquet. Mrs. McRae, wi li
fi,,, Jury, with Ralph Stephenson,
“ Glory to Ood in the highest:
evening the quota will be practically ment and leadership.
Gates & Lydiard for 12 years, 11 °f| fo remnn. returned Its verdict
On earth Peace, and goodwill to
filled. Persons knowing of children
Mary Esther Davis of Central
the mas chef, found the following morning, having arrived nt a dect-
I who teliy feel should be guests at Point, a club member, was chosen
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the party may secure tickets by call as the county winner 111 the Kerr
Six hundred pounds of turkey. dict
THK FEDERATED CHKRTH
ing at the Salvation Army headquar canning contest. She carried 29 pro
This year Christmas morning i 500 pounds of potatoes, 200 leave*,
to o'clock last night the Jury Rev. R. C. Lewis. Pastor. Poben 61.
going to seem rather strange hi th1 of bread for dressing, 200 loaves 0* i , iriled Judge H. D. Norton to the A. W Ayers, Supt. Bible School. ters at Fourth and Bartlett atreels jects during this time and has won
today and tomorrow, or until the prizes totaling approximately
writer's home. For lo, these many bread for dressing, 15U tins of a“ courtroom for further Instructions,
9:30 A M . Bible School, quota Is filled.
She has been a consistent winner at
years we have risen long before day paragus, 200 bunches of celer>. 1 '* i asklue him whether awarding a ver-
No tickets will bp Issued to chil both county and state fairs, placing
break to get the fires going and the gallons of cranberry sauce, 1. *a'* «Hot to G;ire on money already paid
11:00 A.M. Morning Worship.
dren more than 16 years old. Par at the state fair three different
house warmed so that
baby feet Ions of gravy, 10 pounds of butter, .(^e county would give Oore a claim
« : 30 P.M. Christian
Endeavor, ents may accompany children If times.
would not freeze when they came 2,600 half-pint bottles of milk, six on m o n e y (0 b0 paid ¡n the future
Junior and Senior Groups.
necessary but owing to the small ca
Rebecca Hunsley was selected as
rushing out to see what Sauta had gallons of olives. 70 angel cakes. 25 Judge Norton repeated bis Instruc
7:30 P.M. Evening Worship.
pacity of the hall. Capt. G. R. Dur the county winner lu the Montgom
babies art "al'ons of Ice cream, 2,000 dianer tions, which were to the offert that
Tuesday: 2:00 P.M. The afternoon ham, Salvation Army head, today ery Ward cont#-st. Rebecca lias been
grown up and have homes of the r •oils, 2.000 Christmas cookies, t loo it would.
bible classes will next meet on asked that parents not accompany active in club work having carried
own. But later in the day we hop* nounds of candy and at least 1.000
Gore originally sued
|children unless It is absolutely nec 25 projects and winning in premi
to bring as many of the clan as po- ora ages.
«00 P.M. Fishermans' Club, next essary.
ums 355. This achievement climaxed
sible to the old roof-tree and let th<
Mrs. McRae changed the menu so
meeting January 5th
A 45-mlnute program of
tnuslc, her sixth year In club work.
as to include angel cake and ice
grandchildren romp and play
6:30 P.M. Scofield Bible Class, codings and dialogues has been ar-
Margaret Walter, a three-year
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ream instead of the coconut cream
next meeting Janurary 6th.
(ranged and this will precede the club member, won the Electrolux
And what fun It Is to watch Httl-
i:30 P M. Church Evidence Class, distribution of candy and gifts by food preparation contest. She was
children on Christmas morn
At no ally.— Mail Tribune.
next meeting January 5tb.
Santa Claus, Captain Durham said. the youngest club member In the
other time Is one so close to th
Iney talking to Mrs. Bonney; Jones Wednesday: 7:30 P.M, Family Ga-1 Kach child will receive a largo bag county to win the distinction of be
gates of the Ktemal.
And let u Don Faber Visits
| of can<ty> nuts, and fruit and a new ing chosen as a county winner. Her
railing from hack room. “ If that theriDg will meet as usual.
hope that this year will see no chi.
week day Illblo present which has been Individually activities in demonstration and Judg
On W ay to Ashland
In our community left out.
Classes are observing the holiday purchased and wrapped and which ing work and her high rank in each
I'll throw him out.”
make It our business to see to it
vacation and will all resume classes bears the name of the child, he re of these activities justly show her
Mr. and Mrs. Don Faber and the
that each one will have somethin;
beginning again Jan. 5th. These lated. The hall has been decorated to be an outstanding club girl.
Albany college basketball team stop
will have charge of the Sun especially for the occasion.
to be happy about.
different people telling the American
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ped here ou their way to Ashland,
SCHOOL CLOSES FOR XMAS
reporter that Jess*. Richardson had day evening service this week, and
There are a number of chance- where they were scheduled to play
will at that time give a very Inter
HOLIDAY, TEACHERS LEAVE
under way in the layout of cm a series of two games with the SONSj
esting resume of the work done dur W ilbert L. Lull
“ Main Street.” One of the old land
Taken by Death School closed Wednesday after
Mr Bnckman reports that his » ¡to ing the P**t months. Everyone 1*
marks. -namon's Corner," will !,oon ed the first game, losing by a scorra received a card with a ten dollar bill welcome to this meeting and anyone
noon with programs for both high
be no more.
* 1 of 59 to 24. Owing to the fact that in it. only they forgot to add the Interested In this Bible Institute Wilbert L. Lull passed sway at the school and grade school students.
home of his daughter, Mr*. W. O
has already moved his meat market this paper went to pre»* early, we ciphers and he instated ahe send it work la invited to Join the class#»*.
Teachers leaving the valley are:
into the old Copco sub-station bu ' are unable to give the result of the
■ Mrs Buckman refuses to do
Services last Sunday evening with Smith at Hildebrand, Ore.. Monday Miss Du Rett e, who will spend the
ing. which he has entirely remodel Tuesday night's game.
the Duffs In charge were very much morning from a heart ailment. He vacation In Salem, and Mias Zlnxer,
Mrs. Faber stayed in Central Point
ed and made Into a very attractive
enjoyed by all those attending, and was born at West Stafford, Conn., in Eugene.
Mr. and Mrs. Hulbur*.
for a brief visit at the home of Mr.
December 6, 1864, and had resided
place of bnulnes*.
Not a single Christmas card nor a the music and moesage were truly
Miss Estes, left Utt
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in Oregon for 36 years, 2 4 o f which
and Mrs E C. Faber.
greeting card with an automobile on Inspirational.
evening for Albany. Miss Bstes will
Mrs. Damon la preparing to move
The young people of the High were spent In Jackson county. He re continue on to Seattle by train.
Surely Santa Claus is not out of
her cafe and fountain Into the old)
¡School Classes o f our Bible School sided north of the Jacksonville-Cen
reach our date.
Mr. Jewett, Mr. Rosa, Mra. Fleisch
Merritt building, formerly occup 1 bit If yon * rP * nln* ,0
-nJoyed a very happy Christma* tral Point highway. His wife. Marl er, Mra. Richardson. Mlaa Gregory,
by Marine's Grocery, which she pur
Anyone wishing to teach anyone party at th« home o f Mra. L. C. anna Lull passed away July 4, 1931 Mrs. Hanson, Mr. Webb, Miss Pss-
Mr. Lull waa a member ot the
chased some time ago She plans '
seriousness of reading other peo- .Grimes on last Thursday evening,
terlno. M l « Anderson and Mr. Am
One of the worthwhile project* »t
Woodmen of the World in Portland.
remodel and renovate the entire
i d will all remain In the valley.
the sea-on i* the annual Christmas
structure and will have very com dinner served by Gates * Lydiard of Lewis or Bert Peck
There are left to mourn hia de
The Young Married peoples claaa
Medford for under-privileged cb'l-
regular executive parture five children, four sons and
move, will make quite a change n dr„n
From all parts of the coun NOTICE OK A N X l'A L MEETINO
We believe In cooperation.
one daughter: Albion L. Lull of Cal
the appearance of our etty.
tv theee younrsters are brought in
And with our rapid snd contin
Monday ifornia; Edward, R., and Lucius W
Flk. temp* ( ir the bis feast
The «nnnal meeting of the Centra nard Putney in Medford
ued growth we are making satisfac
warrant that every one of Point Branch of the Central Point
Last week Bro
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1 T . lc t in n . Cn
ke!d w it
spent, at which gift* were ex- California, and Mrs. W O Smith of tory progress along this and other
remarked K seemed strange that the
more than 10CO will carry
j Mutual^ Telephone Co
and donations were rece'v- Hildebrand, alto 17 grandchildren
ererytime h* dug up oae of hi« wit bthem » warm feeling for the
Funeral services will be conducted FARMER* AND FTU ITOROWER8
193«. at 7:34 p m at the telephone ed to make up a Christmas Box.
" M it e r s ” I i * p Ui* depths, thi» r
-hearted bustne«* men who have
Don't forget the Chr'atma* pr«- from the Perl funeral home Thurs
per aleo appeared
Nothing str*n-e big
,o ,o freely given this bit of cheer for
day at 2 p m Interment will take Member Federal rpoelt Insurance
about that, Leoeard. we
But , their enjoyment
W o,ld we U
pixe* in 'h a JaakwnvlUa e«m*t»ry.
urgwd '.a f c e t i
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give you something to shoe» »«
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