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About The Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1936-195? | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1937)
CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
M u s i n g 's ^
tíy an Innocent Bystander
G I I CLUB TO
BE FOAMED TO
Darn it. ain't It ever goln' to quit
snowing? If Bert doesn’t quit drag
ging out that
scraper and let our weather settle
we re going to sneak out some dark
night and take off a few wheels and
At a mewing hold Monday after
gadgets from the old contraption
noon at the library for the purpose
and hide 'em up Salt Creek.
of considering way« and uicaua of
Folviug the problem of continued
We noticed a couple of men clear- , upport of
tree3 decided t0 re_organle the
<ng away brush and small trees
down the alley back of the Finley , dies’ Civic Club, and to make the li
Implement Co. building and
won b r a r y
dered if they were doing it a« par', business. In another column will be
of Mayor Isaacson's Clean-up Cam found a notice of a meetig of all
investigation showed I ladies in the community interested
CK XT KAI. POINT. ORHUON.
THURMDAY. MARCH IM, ltM7
N H I It K It S l
CITY TO HAVE SAWMILL
N E W STO R E O W N ER S
There will be a meeting of ail la- i
dies of Central Point and vicinity at
the tibrary building Wednesday.
March 24, at 2 p. m. for the pur.iosi
of organising a Central Point Civic
Club. All Ladies interested in the
betterment of the city and especially
in the public library are asked to
atteud. Remember the date. Wednes
day. March 24
Party Tuesday Eve.
SITE IS LEASED
SOUTH OF CITT;
SIACI AT UNGE
It is reported that
“ ’ in its welfare to complete the de-
ng of a saw mill on the south rn
move one of Mr Aleiander's build- ta||8 of organization
ings Hnd needed every Inch of room
A committee, of which Mrs. \lim-
The high school basketball squad, boundary of Central
spring. The mill i* to 1». loc-it -e ;»:-•
Mr. Jewett, and the coach w e r 1
• • a
outside the city limits on the *:(•■ cf
selecting the other members,
guests of a party given at the home
old cannery and frul- dryer ,
Our city street department
hr.* also apponted to call on the business
of Roy Jones last Tuesday evening.
It is expected that cons.meti. n a 11
done a mighty fine job of hauling men of the city to secure subscrip
Mr. Jones entertained the team
start at once.
off rubbish this week. 22 big truck tions for library maintenance. Th »
with au ice cream and cake feed, af
Owners of the new mill are
loads have been taken to the ci*y committee plans to make a canvas
ter which numerous games w» re
Florey o ' M dfotd
dump, which ought to help some. of the city Monday. •
Mr. Davis of Klamath FalL. Thu-
Our mayor has adopted a slogan —
Plans were discussed for securing
The table was beautifully decora
men have been quietly looking over
"Not a tin can in town.’ ’— and Bert a building of its owu for the library.
ted In the school colors, maroon and
poaible sites in and about
is making it come true.
If Is thought a suitable building can
Marshall Mininoli.-, (Icf ) one of the new owners of Fuller's Market royal blue. Candles of the-,, color*
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he secured for around $20«. Atten in lilis city, will he ma ns gei of the new concern which op ns Saturday. were also used giving a soft light to| the city for the past several days ami
Kveiett halier, (rig h i) and Ills brother ||,
,oacli m Ml, „in ( allege
What this town needs right now tion was called to the fact that li make up (lie balance of the n-tv firm.
add to the attractiveness of th ■ colori finally decided that the old cannery
site was the best offered. Hevei
Is for some public spirited capattlist brary property is tax exempt, so that
have been leused just sou'll of
to come along and build a few more in case we should secure a building
Place cards were cleverly
the Archie Parker home nlong the
houses. Right now there is a big for this purpose there would be on
with black and white pointers ou
demand for more houses to rent. ly the cost of maintenance to rats-
royal blue ctrda and the names writ west side of the Southern
tracks. A new spur will be built to
How can our town grow if no ono each year.
ten with tnaroou color Ink.
- _ angel food
i and one i large ithe mill to facilitate loading of lum-
will provide homes for the hundreds j As soon as the Civic Club organi-
One i large
her and unloading of logs.
knocklng at our gates?
But, you zation Is complete, a more thorough
devil food cake
A contract was mad
this w- -I.
say, let them build their own. Fine, survey o f the building proposition
ated for the occasion hy Fliihrer’al
for those who can. But how about will be made. I; is hoped that all la
Bakery, Htid it....... ream loafs of.
Co. for power for the mill.
the laboring man who want to come dies of the community will Join this
school colors were also served with !
here and haven’ t the money
with worth while movement, w hich will i
orange juice to drink.
itid excavating of the mill pond and lev
which to build. Aren't they worth work for all sorts o f civic improve-1
Guests present were Pink
eling the ground for the foundation.
ments as well as the library.
The coming of this new industry
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Homer Myerav Bill Grimes, Richard
Saturday will mark the opening q f j o f Faber's Farmers Supply Co. In
and Alan Jewett, Lome
Webster, to tills city will be welcomed
With the building of a new saw $118.36 Is Received
mill just south of town and other in
be constructed could not be learned
dustries seeking locations wouldn't
For Xmas Seals tral Point, or at least the change in that concern for the present, as w elll(-oa(.h Hulburt and Mr. Jew it.
but our citixens are pleased
management-of one and the addlti m SB a88tst
His j Chester Hamburg assisted
it be worthwhile to provide places
to have this new enterprise in our
brother, Don, the other partner. '* Tones
fo r their employes to live In? No city
of two. At this time the manage - 1 . 1
community anil wist, them ahun..-
jtii present vtnletlc couch at Albany i
can prosper to its fullest capacity | Of the 61 Christmas Seal lett i s
with a shortage of houses.
cent out in the Central Point district
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cash was received from 35, accord- GrDcery and Feed store will pass in Plans are Is unknown. Both young I ' j e t ’ t ° F e t h e r L l U i n e r
Funny how people get hack to the Ung to a statement made today hy to the hands of the new owners, men have lived in this cliy all iheirj
Held at Church Berean Class Meets
Everett and Don Faber and Marshall lives, graduating from the loeal
idea of owning a bit of the Each '* Mrs. Geo. L. Treichler.
At Bither Home
surface for themselves.
During re -1 With the Central Point
schools Simmonds. E. C. Faber, who has n liools and hoib from Willamette
The Church of Christ held a gef-
cent yeses many people seemed to giving double the amount of last owned and managed the store tor l niverrflty. Their vacations have al-j together dinner Thursday evening at
The Hereuu Bible Class of 111 •
have lost faith in such a procedure year; Willow Springs making their many years, has moved the stock of ways been spent w ith their father In | the church, about ninety being pre
and went about seeking strange usual fine showing and the Central men's clothing and furnishings from the store and they are thoroughly sent. Carl Hoover's class had charge Federated church met Inst week at
the home of the vice president, Mrs.
gods. But now that we are getting Point business district giving near the rear of the grocery store i-ito familiar with the business. Mr. Mur-, of the meeting. Mrs. M«e Rlehard-
ha* shall Simmonds came here last year lion's class niurnish'-d the omuls, veg- Bither.
back to “ normalcy” as they used to ly 100 per cent, the total amount the adjoining building, w'hlch
answered with Scriptur-
say, people are once more looking received from
the Seal campalg i , been completely remodeled and new from Colorado and has been employ-I „table* and salads and the
verses containingthe word Faith
for land to buy or a home of their
Mrs. Louise Grime» presented the
------------------------------------------------- 'handle a complete line of men’s and number of years experience in large
The tables were decorated
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work clothing, boots and grocery stores and has made many thr»e crosses formed hy candles and devotional lesson from
•Ith I chapter of Revelations.
Inends since moving
Imre thtTO WM , Mg erO«U M i t
And someway "isn’t It a grand !
Refreshments served by the host
Occunying one side
of the new E. C. Faber needs no introduction light globes on the wall in the front
and glorious feeling" to have even 1
esses Mrs. Ted Hill and Mrs. Miu-
room, Mrs. B. G. Peart will displa- to the people of this community. For ,,f the room.
just a wee bit of Old Mother Earth ,
nlck w r e delicious
We tarnsh the splendor of our a beautiful line of tlm latest In mill- more than twenty-five years he has
The program was "Th e
where one may say "this is mlnr
Those present were Mr*.
here I can do as I please"? There Is i
of th'-m— Blake.
pressive w hen all lights w - re
a satisfaction there which is well
the place will be known, will also lie welfare and thr best interest of except the Crosses. Everyone enjoy Meyers, Williams, Faber Sr., Cary,
worth any effort it may have cost. !
Marshal) Simmonds grabbing
M carry a large stock of toilet articles the city, he has by his fair dealing, ed the dinner and program very Fry, lladdie Grimes. Ntehols Thomp
son, Roe, Bither. Duncan,
and notions at prices to comp - c courteous service aud liouesty built much
We are getting a bit fed up with
Jenren. Illlkle Sr.. Gresham. Cast;.
the entire "Village
Black with city chain stores. She has ar- up an enviable business.
this eternal talk of the "farm prob- in8
Martin. Warner. Bennett.
| 2 — 1. p | .
lem." What about the problem of smith" amid a group of awe struck ranged for the service« of an expert reason for selling his grocery store /-• | J
laimpmun, Leonard, Limbeck. Dun
dressmaker and will specialize in was a desire to let up a bit on the
the millions of working people who
— 0 —
dressmaking, tailoring and altera- strenuous life of such a business. In
A t Bursell Home lap, Falter, Richmond. Mill Sr., Mln-
have nothing to do with farms, ex
ntek and Mrs. Ted Hill.
cept to <at what little they can af-!
Speaking of the future plans of piete line o f men's and boys' work j The Golden
Link class met at the
ford to buy of the produevts o f the
himself and his partners. Mr. Sim- clothing. b'Hits and shoes, as well as I home o f Mrs. Victor Bursell Friday Reum Rents Land
farm? Wbut earthly good will it d<. j was coming after him.
monds who will be the new mans-
afternoon. About thirty five ment-
to help the farmer boost his pric -*
For G lad Growing
ir the greatest buying power of the
» '»'• '>
i— If some- ger of Faber's Market, as tbe gvoc- Mrs. Peart, who is well known in hers were present. Mrs. Tothrow
country Is so handicapped as not to on' P » 88,,S 00 ,ho " " ‘''e' •*>'* "Hap-jery and feed store will be called. this city, being the daughter-in-law |>.a d the dcvotioDul
Mr. F. II. Ileum of Medford has
be able to buy what the farmer of- ,)J ^',w Y e a r!" to you this week- stated today that the store will fol- of our local blacksmith, 11. F. Peart, which a social time was enjoyed. rented 15 acres of 'h> Snlude rsm-h
to conclusions j low its long-established rule of states that she intends to move ti Mrs. Bursell assisted hy Mrs. Tethe-
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! about bis sanity. The only thing tin- "good merchandise, courteous ser- tbit city as noon as possible. At pre row and Mrs. Hermanson served dé and will plant his gladiolus there
this summer. He has planned
L'nless the great “ middle class" ,18uaI abou! h,m wln
religion, vice and fair prices." No pain* xv It sent she owns a home In Medford lirons refreshments of marshmallow
and the laboring people have money J » » n d « * '• Mohammedan New Year, be spared to give the people of tLi.- where her son is employed By Swift pudding, cream, cup cakes and cof-
Mr. Ream employs ns many as to
community the best value obtainable A C. She has had years of experi-j
to spend, what difference
when harvesting the bulbs. He
•Mrs. Isaacson inquiring about a in foods and at prlc-s comparrblo ence in selling
make whether the farmer has a big
he has very little
crop or a little one? The whole sys
th*- crop. Last year
Everett Faber, who Is proprietor a long-felt want In the community.
tem as carried on today Is Just that Hatfield store. Mr. H. solemnly tell
fa i r rnvloads of bull»* were sold be-
old "vicious circle” . Boost the cost
Ths week Mr. Albert
Milton re- 1
„jany express orders,
The Central Point Library wish*-» eelv d a card notifying him there
of living, and wages must be raised. out and then joining in a hearty Important Subject*
1 to thank Mrs. G'-o. U. Treichler for was a package in the Medford
Raise wages, and up goes the con
W. Freeman had the mls-
Studied by League th gift of a number of late maga- office with Insufficient postage Mr
of everything produced hy labor. old gingham.
fortune to break her hip
Raise the cost of products and np
Municipal legislation enacted
at zincs received this week.
' Milton calb-d at the office and paid morning and was tak- n to the Si
goes the cost of living— and tbe-e
the recent aession of the state legis
for the package. The address was hisjcr.'d Heart Hospital.
who attended the
the lature, traffic regulation
you are, hack again.
The Missionary circle of the Chris identification card tl'-d around his
Roy Jones gave this an cities, municipal accounting and fiu- tian church will meet at the home of
1*411 fold, with two checks inside.
Mrs. Maude Snider and daught) r
Now here's a bit right at home. swer: Al an’ I found a copy of a bo ace fire fighting, sewage disposal h-- Mr* T. A Marine tomorrow.
The checks had been tampered Marie were gu< sta at the Marie Lang
We know of a sawmill within
2.1 gus dollar bill caught in a spider's cycle traffic, building codes, and
with trying to raise th'-m. The pack home Tuc*day
mile» of this city which is not going j web today after the wind blew. A many other subjects of vital Impor I Miss Gladys Vincent visited frlfnd- age had been wet and muddy. Waa
pink tance to city officials will l»e dls-
to open tip this year for the H f| rich looking
at Placer. 2« liles bellow- Orant« the finder innocent and afraid he
Liberty. W e Salute You
simple reason that the owner hasn't j rh,‘' ks and ,he 8t" h
• r,* » r 'n his jcussed under the leadership of ex Pa '* Sunday.
would be connected with the par*y
the money (and can't make It at « « w « * . ha<l
l « 8» P8«
* * ' In « a h |. perts at the twelvth annual conven
that kept the rest of the money.
coach, t'an tion of the League o f Oregon Cities.
the present price of lumber In com- 'b l*b powered) 1937
Mr and Mrs. H. P. Jewett
Through Privation and Pover y.
ti figure it out?
;to he held at »he University of Ore- family left this
petition with Canada) to pay th
Itonald Richardson arrived home Toward Ideality.
tax on his employes provided by th
where Mr Jewett will attend the the University of Ot gon
| gon March 18. 19 and 2«
Wednes Men and Women Advance.
Social Security set of which our Ad- j
^ Maple Rain or no rain, I'm
Superintendents mc-tlng and
they day morning for a short visit. Me Through latbor and Sacrifice and
ministration Is so proud. So quite a (
« • »he Drug Store."
Mr. and Mr» DuBuque were call- w1!! al-o visit Mrs. Jewett’s sister. will return to Eugene Sunday.
number of working men are going |
ers at the Hotel Valsndra recently
They will return hotn< Sunday.
to be out of luck and be compelled I The Supreme Court
Mr. and Mr* Dickson of South With Prosperity C om e Refinement.
to seek employment elsewhere Just ( 8 deefston *<i that Jim Cummings
Mr Alexander of th-
Mr. and Mrs Holtman of Grant* Dakota have purchased
Ray Art. Music, Literature,
paving any Company atatns that he is too bus» j Pas* have moved into the
because a half-baked so-called “ Re. will be exempt from
Willow- Watklna house and moved
In y--s- And Over and Altov- All.
cqrity" law was evolved by Bro I federal taxes
-to writs ads for you farmers hut for; Springs diatriet
L IB E R T Y '
T u g w e R and Broa. Frankfurter and 1 "
yon to etoD In and see his line o ' working for O S Blackford
Down throngh Corridor* of Time
Morley. et al. who have been fore-J wot not. And mark this, until such farm Implements and supplies Hold
Liberty Comes Only Thus!
gathering in the ae»ta o f the might) * oamphoolisbness be .-topped, until ing down two Jobs i* not ao easy he
Mrs. Wayne Leevrr of Seattle la
Th Scout Salmagundi party which Salute, Adorn and Revere It
our people g t their feet hack to revs, delivering and setting up me- vl»iting Mr. Leever'» mother here. - was to be held tomorrow. March !9 FARMERS a n d KRI ITGKOU cits
Fine business, tnebbe.
earth once mre and ceate this fol cbinery and moving his Implement j and her mother. Mrs
Jerome, In has been postponed until April 1 (ou
will house and looking after » her out Medford. Mr. Loever came a* far as fooling» Watch this paper 'or !at»r
Ia that sort of tbla| helpful t • lowing wlll-o-the-wi*p*. there
(Member 4Vilrr»l ItrpHil
• otre tbe pe»'«etit-day problema* We he no end to such atrangn things
Portland on a business trip
In M ic a n c - » V r c jin r a t lo ii)
New Stores Will