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About The Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1936-195? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1937)
CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
V O M MK IX
“THE TIN HERO" "Old Stage Stop”
TO BE SHOWN
On Beall Lane
HERE MARCH 2
Is Artistic Place
C E NTRA L POINT, ORKOON, T H I KSRAY, KEIU tl'AU Y SR, 1**7
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by an Innocent Bystander
Red Cross Makes
Final Payment to
Ä I MIIKI! 2 »
LARBÏ SCHADE TO
HEAO BOV SCOUI
COUNCIL FOR YEAR
The Jackson County Chapter ef
the American Red Cross this week
At last the sun has broken
made & final remittance of $295.41
through and the "usual” Souther.o
¡to the Red Cross headquarters for
Oregon weather is at hand.
the flood relief
how everyone does enjoy it.
raised in this county amounts to
like the perverse humans we are,
we have a hunch it won’t be loug
Final plans have been completed
The officers and workers through
The annual meeting of the Crater
until we are all kicking about the
for the presentatdon of "The
One of the most
beautiful and. an old horseshoe with hand hum- out the county have expressed much
heat, or drouth, or something.
Couui.ll, Boy Scouts of Ameri
Hero” by the juniors ou the even artistic spots iu Southern Oregon is [ nicred frame. Old fashioned latches appreciation to the public for the
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held Sunday afternoou at the
ing of March 2. Nothing has been
the new residence and neighborhood grace the doors and udd to the at splendid cooperation which has made
Speaking of gardens, new lawns.*
left undone to maku the perfor
tractiveness to the rooms.
possible the raising of more than the Llthia Hotel in Ashlund. with the
etc. is starting and farmrers are be
store recently completed by Mr. and
mance of this 3 act comedy one on
Lumber for the building was fur <ru»ta assigned to this chapter.
executive conference again honoring
ginning their regular spring work.
a par with those of former years. Mrs H. S. Cleveland at the junction nished by the Big Pine Lumber Co.,
They offer special thanks to the Lurry Schade, by re-electing
We even heard of one enterprising
The members of the cast have been of Beall Lane and the Old Stage who specialize in high grade build many organizations which contri
orchardist who has started irrigat
busy for weeks in daily rehearsal | Road.
ing materials. The hand-made hard buted so liberully, and this includes
ing. Which is a sign of something
rustic ware and trim was made by Goold the children’s organizations and with the "Silver Beaver" award ill
under the direction of Mildred Ross, ! The building, a rambling
junior class advisor.
structure, is built of native fir with i t McBee of Medford. The plumbing clubs
Also special mention is made recognition of his pu»»t services to
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The public demands the latest! battens, shake roof and immense was furnished by A. L. Vroman. Win. of the cooperation of the press, the scouting iu southern Oregon
What a beautiful furore has been
■'models'*; the finest; the best. Re-, stone chlmmey. The building nest- Hammett put in the heating system, chamber of commerce, the local ra northern California.
stirred up over the dumping of mill
cognizing this fact, the juniors have'les beautifully amid a natural set- while the fireplace was built by Mr. dio station and all banks of
Tile meeting was well attended.
ing refuse into the Rogue.
chosen “ T H E TIN H ERO " as their'ting of Mad rone and pine trees on Warner, who is an expert fireplace county.
Boy Scouts, Scout erg and their ladies
now the old timer who remarks that
annual play offering, for It is th- the left side of iBeall laine. *A small builder living on Lozier Lane,
when there was real mining going on
assembling from the entire district
very latest and best improvement in brook runs through
Mr. H. S.| Cleveland Is an artist
in Southern Oregon that there were
extending from Uunsmuir to Grunts
modern farce comedies.
¡just below the house.
and sign painter in Medford,
Pass and comprising the Cruter luk"
also more fish than ever since. Th-
Expected to Join
In the olden days, audiences were j Mr. and Mrs Cleveland
started makes a specialty of artistic design-
council. Close to one hundred were
Grants Pass crowd say its none of
content with mild amusement. Now work on the building last June and Ipg and Is working with the Mar-
Conservation Program present at the annual banquet which
their funeral, anyway*. Gold Beach
andlences demand and get high-, did practically all the work them- shall. Smith, Leonard printing corn-
w h s given for all attending.
says the upper river bunch
action and selves.
They are still at work on pony on South Grape street.
Every farmer In Jackson county
been roaring for years to stop com- i
Highlight of Ihe business sessions
laughs; a well written story that the finishing touches and in grading designed and drew the plans for the is entitled to participate in the 1937
mercial fishing and telling
will interest from curtain to curtain. and landscap.ng the yard. They plan new house, including the new sign Agricultural Conservation program. was an inspiring talk by Kegionul
they would Just as well off if they
Seoul Executive Edward 1» Curtis
“ The Tin Hero" contains all these to provide a free picnic ground un- on the front.
About eight hundred farmers were who presented the "W alter Heud"
played for the tourist business in
I elements and more. It was written der
the trees below the house.
This u£w idea in neighborhood entered in this program for
stead of convmericial fishing,
by the popular author, Charles
; Lunch goods, soft drinks, ice cream, stores is well worth a visit. The ef- and this year should note a large in acorn award to the Crater Lake
now they have succeeded in closing
council, president, Larry Schade, as
George, who is ever
alert to chang- etc., will be featured during the sum- feet, as one enters the front door, is crease in the number of those parti-
the river are allowing the lower
a memorial to the fine work In re
ing times and modes. He has penned ; mer months. A lighted tennis court such as to almost take one’s breath cipating.
river fishing to be spoiled with mud
cruiting new scouts.
tone of the funniest plays in
be constructed for the pleasure away
Such quiet charm, such g o r -' The new program covers consider-
The executive session unanimously
| times. He believes in the adage,'of those who enjoy the game and geous colors, such restful lines are ably more territory than the one for
"Laugh and the world laughs with now have to go to Ashland, where Seldom to be found outside some» 1»:|6 al,d practically all farmers can re-elected the 1936 officers and the
good arguments in their own favor, ,yOU
following will hold o fflie for another
! is located the only lighted public millionaire's residence.
It Is com- do something to earn some money
but to a man up a tree it appears!
are twelve characters In court
A small charge will he made » o n for the awestruck visitor, even under the new program. The time term: Larry Schade. president; Dr.
that the anti-muddy river advocates
Walter Bedford, vice-president; 41.
this play and every one of them con- for nse of the court.
hough a propectlve customer
in for signing up is short and after the
have a bit the best of it. For many, tribute* his
Inside, the building Is
finished search of groceries, to timidly knock1 final day for receiving applications H. Grover, vice-president; Georg,
many years we have heard the cry
Luttrell, vice-president; L. N. Lo'vn-
'¡making, so you will have the opport- in ¿uxer pine in the natural color. before entering. However, once ln- it will he impossible to file.
that what all Southern Oregon needs,
I unity of seeing your favorite local Beamed ce’ lings givp a beautiful ef- side, the charm of the surroundings dosing date has not been set hut is i'i). vice-president;
is a bigger and better crop of trail-
treasurer; It. E.
. . . i actor or actress in a fine role on the feet. All trim and beams are hand- and the pleasant courtesy of the not more than three weeks away and dike,
aient fishermen, who will spend th s
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night of March 2 at the high school finished with h rustic effect.
In gracious hostess,
Cleveland, all farmers who did nol participate lommissloner: larrry Schade, nation
country rich. Thousands upon thou-, ,U(j u orjum
the living room the large stone fire- soon dispells the 'feeling of strange- in the 1936 program should go ..t al council representative and Irvin*
sands of dollars have been spent j The prodnctlon wWch ,8 t(einK re.
P. Beasley, council secretary ami
plaee with a hearth of water-worn nes and one feel at home at once,
once to the county agents' office in
telling the world of the wonders of
„ „ „ t,]e ahlt, dlrectfon of
rocks of various colors, set in dark
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland extend a Medford prepared to give their l l t ( Scout executive.
the Rogue and ta 11 ilmtaries as a M|!dred Hose wllj compar<, favor- cement, together with the paneled
Every phase of scouting was con
hearty invitation to everyone in the crop acreages and file for the bene
fisherman, paradise. And from « , ^
pro- ceiling and walls, form a comblna- valley to inspect their new home and
in the individual committee
fits to he derived under this pro
report* we believe the sportsmen .... .
tlon worth seeing. All hardware is s'ore.
meetings and plans for cubbing, a
probably put as much money in gen-f
But The I in Hero on your list handmade. There is an old-fashioued intersection of Beal Lane and the
Farmers who filed in 1936 will jamboree, camp activities, etc., thor
as do the
need to file again, as their base oughly checked over.
» . w v s , mini™ con.........j
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many interesting exhib its In
acreages are established.
W h o s e operations
'>UA good laugh la a . n e c t a r y as all '
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Sign-up meetings on th«- 1917 Soil lobby of the hotel which attracted'
| the vitamins and calories consumed VVs.1T A b b e y A d d s
IC & rS
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Conservation Program will h»' h»'M special attention from Ihe «confers
| in your food.
and their ladies.
in the following communities:
One dredge company claims wCj
upper river folks should keep out of,
th„ ,.Hgl of chl)1._
Good brooms mud»- In Gran'“ I’ p
A complete line of motorize»! agri-
Eugene, Feh. 23——A. A. 4*ampb»d1 4:00 PM. Hogue Hlver City
this controversy because the said acters:
at Central Point Hardware Siore.
mud i sail below us and so don’t af
Douglas Goodyear, a timid young
H elen Long Is unable to
Monday, March 1. 9:00 AM
fect us. They fail to take into con-j man. Raymond Miller; Mrs. Blanch» to the gtock of the Walter W. Ab- has established some sort of a r»>c-
*»'hool this week being sick with th<
hey, Inc., company, dealer in Nash ; ord.
sidération that all the fish In HoguejGoodyear> hi„ mother. Kdi.h Vin-
For 47 yearsr he has shaved with District Office.
River are sea-run fish and what af- I nt; Grn(.e Goodv* ar> hl„
Btater. and La Fayette cars, according
announcement by Abbey this week. the same razor, an old straight-edge
fects the mouth of the river also a H N. Wa .Iean Aye„ .
The Missionary Circle met at the
The new machinery which Abbey blued of German manufacture.
4:00 PM, Ashland Chntrther of Com
fects the entire stream.
n> Mg flan)>(. Barhara Koehler:
home of Mrs. K. E. 8cott Friday
He is proud of hia implement and j merce, Ashland.
Bob Buhl, we shall try to stay out
Tuesday, March 2, 9:00 AM to with about 20 present. After the
of this fuss and let them fight it out j „ Th(j Hero’s
r ,avton Y o«t ers tractors and implements. Hardie will “ have no truck" with any of
4:00 P.M. Applegate Grange Hall. regular meeting Mrs. Scott served
Our fishing ^
Baxter Warner, his wife. Ada-
rdfrwhment of sandwiches,
days are twist and done, anyway.
Wheeler, tural implements include Jackson I We can beat that,
lene Caastnan; "Bunny"
Mr. Fry has
Wednesday, March 3. 9:00 AM to coffee and tea.
I engaged to Grace, Morris Dow; An- and Josephine counties, and North
razor he bought 62 years ago in 4:00 PM, Rams Valley Schoolhouae,
Moving days have come for
CoVf,rda,p lhp only
Kansas City, Mo., that he has used |Ranis Valley.
The boys member of
Several new members have been ever since till very
It is important that its many peo
have started clearing out odds and Viola Penland: Adelaide Young, a
H” ple as possible sign up at th«*S"
added to the Abbey sale staff. Ab when he let his ilieard grow.
ends of implements In the yard and! friend of Grace's.
Dan Howard has has sharpened it himself except two meetings as the tim«> is short
THE ETTTERATKD C H I'It«'ll
warehouse, preparatory to the big Victoria Esmond, a newspaper wo bey announced
and will he sales times when he took it to a luifher. which to tak»' applications.
Any Itev. R. C. I»c'wl«. Pastor, Phone 51
move which will take place soon. man, Zada Cash:
And they are finding out that farm Bordoni, a young French work an, manager of the new tractor and He says it is in fine condition now farmer Is «'llgihle to get benefit pay Mr. Kiamberg, Supt Sunday School
9 ::0 A M BIM* School,
machinery and hardware stocks are Margaret Scott; "Spike" Ryder, a spray machinery department. W. H. Mr. Fry and wife will celebrate his ments on farming practices under Snndny:
ttarnum will devote his time to push 60th wedding anniversary in April. this program by sowing new alfalfa
mighty heavy stuff to move. Fred champion swimmer, .lames Grim»"».
ing farm equipment sales.
or pasture acreag»*« and for not ex-
11:00 A.M. Morning Worship,
»ays he wouldn't care If it were all
(■ei'dlng his 1936 grain crop acr»-iige.
made with wheel«.
W .R .C . Enjoys
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L, 3 .ng 6 S Return from
come to Medford to assist in push-
Farmers who filed a work sheet
Junior and Senior Groups.
Interesting Program In 1936 will not have to refile for 7:30 P.M. Evening Worship.
California Visit j ing sales for the AUls-Chalmers
Klamath Falls folks are all work
1937. Applicants can make out
Wednesday— 7:30. Family gath-
ed up because someone in Medford
The W.R.C. met Saturday after
L. O. Coggins, well-known Med
'heir paper* any time nt the county •wing, prayer and Bible study.
Mr. Hugo Lange accompanied by
told a traveler that the road over
noon. After a short business meet
agent's office, Medford.
The weekday Bible classes have
Greensprings was impassable or at his mother Mrs. Marie Lange, sis ford man. has been named sales
ing a program prepared
resumed their regular schedule is
least unsafe, when such was not the ter Hildegrade Lange and Marie
Coggins has lived here Smith and Mrs. Minnick was very Parent Teacher»
case. Too bad! But then there are Hlldegrade returned Saturday even ette cars.
life, and has been in much enjoyed.
Chept»*r 8u n-
folks that would kick if they were ing from Los Angeles. Mrs. Maude
To Meet Friday tnary.
served »lafnty refreshment of sand
¡Snider and son John drove to San the automobile busines many years
3:00, Synthesis. 6:00, Fish
going to be hanged
wiches and cake d»'»*orated with r«’«l
j Francisco at the same time.
Mrs. Coggins has. in the past, had charge
The P T A. will hold Its regular erman's club supper. 6:30 Scofl»M
7 20, Church B vld ev«
What earthly harm can there be Snider joined the Lange party a» of used car sales for Abbey
afternoon Bible tdaas
Ed Kelly, Jim Scott. R D.' Hines Farra was out the first time for a
8:30. Bible Doctr*n
in telling the exact truth once in a Sonoma and continued on to Los
March 5 at three o'clock in the High
are assisting number of months.
while. This writer has driven that I Angeles and home with them, John j ami Lowell Zi. ndell
At this meet- eta»».
Thursday— 7: 30, Personal Evan
road at all hours and In all kinds of remaining at Ran Franelsco.
j the Grandmoth»‘rs will be honor
Past Matrons Meet
weather and has yet to see a time had a very enjoyable trip seeing
8:80, Sunday School Meth
guests and It is hoped that
when It was fun. The road may not many of the missions and some very Old Time Friends
tlrandmothers of the community will ods. Everyone Is welcome to these
The Past Matron club of Nevlta
be classed as an "extra hazardous" wonderful pottery. Hugo bought his
present to enjoy
the program »dass es.
Visit Tucker Home Chapter met at the hom* of Mrs. he
The Ladies Aid Society will meet
one, but In winter there are plenty mother a big pottery piece contain
which will he given by the s«*cond
Molile Neal for a covered »llsh
usual on Thursday afternoon at
of places to give one the creeps ing sixteen different
grade under the direction of their
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hawkins Iunclleon Wednesday.
only unpleasant feature of the trip
Better “ try the train, next Mm.-."
sp«>nt several days at the Tuck»r ! noon election of officers was held
was Ihe car sickness of baby Marie
home. They were on their way from Thp fo„ owln f (rff|rerg wer„ cL*.,cd and many other things to entertain
CHRISTIAN C H t’RCH
If President Roosevelt
Will he pr«'sen»ed
pe.lr,. ... Mr. inert..,,
M r H . w vh|,1„
(ìif t o n A. P h illip », Mlnlsti-r
about the “ Nine Old Men" of the went thru snow eight
The speaker will be llev. Daw* of
Hülle School 111:00 A M. Roland
Snpreme Court, what about the wls- were unable to return by the coast kiur and Ed Tucker are friend. ¡*ml
the Baptist Church who will spe»k
Hupt Alm I I S <>n time. We
ilom of the white-haired
r l„|, on "Th*. Conne«-tlou
Invite von to he one and bring one
Mr. I „mg,, brough* are both first class firemen and a r e j,a T w w„ ,n, „ „ ed lnto
wha: road condition
church and the school.”
aking the test for
tender this being
about Oliver Wendell Holme*
who hack a new trailer in which the
Refreshments will be served and Mrs. fornutt's Cla*s will bring n
rhorus at 10:50.
in his ninety-first year was as alert tiarty enjoyed all the comfort
everyone Interested 1» extended a
Thev went thru the factors I
Mr .■"* Mr» ° “ Tu, k' r key, Ferguson. Norcro-s, Head, (te
Convmnnion and Piwachlng I l : « o
as a youth of 21? What ab»»nt Cncl* hom
cordial invitation to attend
A M Stibject "M hy Do W * Meet On
• b' “
hee, Kyle, Freeman, Bishop. E. C.
Joe Cannon and lnd»*ed some of the t hat makes these irallersr at H n i l « - 'a " ln •‘ "P -*
visit home while at Bremerton
Thev were absent a week
Faber, Faher Sr.. Leever, 4_*ook.
patriarchs of our edti<u*»ional in* I u- w-oo<l
Married at Meilford Tuesday. Mr Sunday To
Hursell. Paxson, Husband. Emmett Oott and Maxine Jackosn Phillips
tions? If • man is in his prim» in
<SIMS BIB iTH 4 Its III 1
Bennett, Tex. Ml*. Hanley and the both of Butte Falls. They left for
Christian Endearor 6 3u P M.
the fifties. Is he over-rip» in hi* every old one of 70 years of «ge
It doesn't m ak e sense. pure hunk.
San Francisco for a week Mr Goti j l-vader. » » “ n'»*?
very enjoyable afternoon. The nex* Is employed In Fab»r
j SnhJ "W h y Did Jesus Go To Jeru-
have meeting »111 he h»dd at the Phnkey Hutto Falls.
The bill allowing Supreme Conr»
Senator Fir.h has a mighty inter-
■-ulem To Be Crucified?”
Justices. If they feel so Inclined, to jtlng challenge to the Republican I hough the Ideal bicycle shop on home March 17.
Prayer and Bible Study Wedn«*-
We j East Main and will carry the earn»
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Mrs. Ideila Paxson u! Medfiwd was
voluntarily retire on full pay fo* «arty In last week's Liberty
Mr. Che» KI»Je is carrying
I looking up ol»| friend* and visiting day 7:3d I’ M
th«' rest of their life, after reaching agree in the nwiin with his premtee* j line of bicycle» with large st»x k lo
Mrs. K. E. Scott. We will com Inn*-
Mr and I
a certain age snd
putting in a and hope to «ee *uch a program car-j <*k"l from, featuring Columbia and rural mall for Mr. Vincent
the study of Zechartah:, The Pro
l»leal Mrs. Vincent are making a trip
minimum nnmler of years of ser rlr-d out. Only thna can the party i t'ol: on bicycles «am a* the
Point phecy yet to be fulfilled. Come
I Prnnlng * * * ■ at Central
life and carried, Same high standard nf ser- north and expect to he gone about
vio«. is well and good. Bat to ar hope aver to again d im
w e ,fc
study with us.
rice will ronttnuo,
bitrarily appoint a new inrmlwr for strength.