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CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
V O L I'MK IX
M u s in g s ^
tiy a n In n o c e n t B y s t a n d e r
C E N T R A L POINT, OREGON, THURSDAY, APISH. LA, 1*87
C O K GIVEN
SC O U T S T R A IN Y O U N G E R L A D S
For Phyllis Furry
. 10 ILL TEACHERS
‘ I do not think that all the poor ar<
That riches are the uniform of
The beggar might have conquered if
And that he begs, the world is not
Misfortune is not all that comes to
Most men. themselves, have shaped
the things they are.”
— EDGAR GUEST.
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N UMHER ” 7
The following guests were invited
to help Phillis Furry celebrate her
:-th birthday, Charlotte Richardson,
ELabeth Zucala, Lorene Wright.
Ann Booth. Louise Lofland. Dorothy
LaCasse. Jimmy Anders. Donald and
Bernard Thumbler, Hilly I.aiigston.
Coutract have been renewed with
Melvin Kelly and I.eland Myers.
both the grammar and high school
The first game was a peanut hum,
teachers for the next year. The fol
a little more up-to-date than most
lowing is a list of he grammar school
peanut hunts. Mrs. Carolita Furry,
teachers followed by the high school.
the honor guest's grandmother play
ed the piano while the happy group
Mr. D. F. Amick. principal, Mrs.
A n part o f the Cubliitig program, , The picture shows a Roy Scout joln- gathered peanuts, when the music
Mae Richardson, first grade;
Miss Roy Scouts assist the younger boys I Ing In the sports of a group o f Cub.«
stopped the hunt ceased until the
Marjorie Gregory, second grade; I in learning the work o f S cou tin g. I at their club house.
music started again.
Miss Arlene Estes, third grade; Mrs. I
games were played.
Ice Cream, a
Mabel Hansen, fourth grade: .Miss’
beatiful birthday cake, cookies and
Laura Pastorina, fifth grade; Miss
lemonade were served.
Melba Putman, sixth
guest received many
Robert Webb, seventh grade.
and they all reported a jolly time
H. P. Jewett, principal; Kennetu
Hulburt, coach: Mrs. Mildred Ross,
Miss Florence DuRette, Miss Ethel
Play Leader School
Fleischer, Miss Norma Zinser, R. A.
PLAV TO 0E GIVEN
SOON AT SGN00L
'The Charm School", a 3-act
comedy by the well known author,
Alice Duer Miller, a play which has
been a stage success both in London
and New York, has been selected for
the Annual Senior production this
year In the Central Point high
Rehearsals have been going on
now for six weeks, ^ith the end in
We chanced to pick up a little
view of presenting the play on Fri
day, April 23.
book of verse tonight Riven us for
The cast of 16 characters includes
Christmas by our daughter several
6 boys and 10 girls.
years ago. The little book is writteu
tuming is necessary since the story
by one of the greatest thinkers of
is about a girls' boarding school.
The preparation of stage equipment
our time; a man whose facile pen
is under the direction of Donald
can bring the philosophy of kind
Niedertne.ver, stage manager.
liness and love for one’s neighbor
Attractive posters will be out the
into magic relief, Edgar Guest And
first of the week auuouncing the
time and admission prices. Tickets
we have found so much to take to
will go on sale next week, the busi
our secret heart in his wonderful
ness management being under the
work, we are going to head this con- Rott8’ orchestra and George March,
Mr. apd Mrs. Otto Rohnert, Mr. direction of Roger Lawrence and
glomeration of thoughts with just a JanRor-
and Mrs. O. C. Maust and Mr. Brain- Klden Stevens.
Remember to save the date April
bit of his wisdom each week.
ard were delegates from Central 23.
Attends Dinner for
At the March meeting of the program follows closely that of Point to the recreation leader train
In these hectic days of deals and
Parent Teacher Association it was Scout work and trains the younger ing school held in Medford last U. S. National Bank
Insurance Agents voted to sponsor the organization of boys to later become Boy Scout*.
dealings, politics and poli-tlckles,
week under the instruction of John
wars (both between the men who j
The second meeting was held Bradford, field representative of the
Deposits A ll time Higl
provide Jobs and the sitters-down- j
Wednesday evening of this week, at National association.
Faber attended the
on thereof and between tweedle-dee j Mr. E. C.
which time the organization was
The leaders represent 13 granges.
air- gathering of 32 Jackson county in- Adams., chairman; Mrs. F. A. Ross completed, with the election of Mr. 10 home extension units, 4-H Lead
and Tweedle-dum in Europe)
At the call of the United State*
plane crashes, auto smashups and suranee agents and company repre and Mrs. W. H. Holt, was appointed W. H. Williamson, Cub master, and ers' association. Girl Scouts. South < omptroller of Currency us of Marc)
31, 1937, the United States Nation»
yea, this darned rain, which had the sentatives from Portland and San by the president to contact the pur- Mr. W. H. Holt, assistant. A Cub ern Oregon Normal
audacity to come along just when Francisco in Medford Monday even- ents and set a time and place for Back committee was appointed with schools, churches, Rebekah lodge, Bunk which has a direct branch ir
this city, reports deposits at the all
we all thought we were going fish- } ing.
They met at
the Valentino two organization meetings,
| (J. P. Humphries as chairman, and and D A.V. auxiliary.
time high of $115,929,233.99, or a
lng, one hardly finds time or energy Cafe for dinner and a program. Fol-
The first meeting was held at the F. A. Ross and It. B. Langston.
Following this school, regular rec gain of over 16-Milllon dollars since
to think much of such things as lowing the dinner, papers dealing high school Friday evening, April
Den mothers appointed were Mrs. reation leader training meetings will the spring call of 1936
with important phases of fire and 9. with an attendance of 27 parents W. J. Gebhard, den mother aftd Ro he continued each month under di increased to $ 125.696,580.95, a gain
neighborliness or such.
of over 17 *,-4 millions since the cor.
casualty were read.
and 17 Cubs.
Mr. Irving Heesley. bert Vincent, den chief No. 1; Mrs. rection of the home demonstration responding call of a yçar ago. Loan'
District Scout Executive,
was the R. B. Langston, den mother and Ver agent. Next meeting will be Monday and discounts also showed a bettei
We just read a letter in a popular
than normal seasonal demand, In
magazine from a lady in Illinois who many big ideas that it gave him a speaker of the evening and explained non Holland, den chief No. 2; Mrs. evening.
creasing approximately six xand one
stated W. H. Holt, den mother and Hal
in spite of a goodly number of handl- j headache trying to take them all in. the Cubbing program.
half millions to a total of $25,949
that Cubbing is for boys from 9 to Jewett, den chief No. 3.
caps has so far been able to keep '
The Central Point Cub Pack will
" W e are gratified by the Increast
about one jump ahead of Br’er Wolf, j M r. and Mrs. Overbeck
>'ears of **•* who are not
indemand for sound loans to can
I enough to become Boy Scouts. The be known as Pack No. 40.
She gives a fearfully graphic picture
To Near Cave City for the seasonal activities of farm
of her own eighborhood and the o f - 1 Learn Mother’s Death
Ing and business equally as much ai
feet of our so-called "re lie f” system
by the gain in deposits,” stated
Mr and Mrs. Sanford J. Richard George T. Frey, manager o l the Med
And as We read we wondered if Mr. I
son, Max Crowson and Byron Peffe- ford branch
“ In short, money 1i
Roosevelt or any other president can
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Overback re
turning over more raptdly. The fuel
ever bring us back into the ways of ceived the sad news of the sudden
Good Ip about 2(1 miles above Care that a greater amount of money li
right thinking and right living death by cerebral
Russel Ayres on his way home
Henry Buckland, son of Mr. and City to the first checking station going into the hank and at the same
Has it really come to pass
time going out again In légitimât)
Overback’» mother, Mrs. Eliza- from work on the Siskiyou highway Mrs. A H. Buckland. was enlisted
in our country that such a percent belh Overbeck at Canton Qhio. They Monday evening stopped to help a in the United States army Thursday, where they enjoyed dinner with Mr. employment is the best Indication ol
They ex returning prosperity.
We note Ir
age of our fellow citizens have lost left Sunday night for Canton and ex woman get her car out of the ditch. it was announced yesterday front and Mrs. Kd Simmons.
Portland by Major H. D.| Bagnall, changed the Ashland
Radio club Medford a steady increase in depo
the will to "hit the ball” for them pect to be gone about a month. Mr. As he left the cap he was struck by district
Buck- transmitter with Mr. Simmons for a s i t s in keeping with the United
selves and have come to depend on and Mrs. Lance are at the Overback another car and dragged about &<• land was accepted
States National as a whole, and wi
a fine also are just as anxious and willing
some other fellow to do it for them* home during
Mrs. feet. It was reported. He was taken April 3, by 8gt Willi* 8. Estep Jt smaller one. They report
trip and an enjoyable
with to make sound loans In this com
Lance is caring for the three child- ( 0 the Community hospital at A*h- the recruiting station here and was
munity as they are at the head o f
sent to Portland to take his final Mr. and Mrs. Simmons.
jje harl no bones broken or entrance examinations. He was as
That shrewd Scot, Mr. Eccles, of ren and Mr. I>ance Is looking after ]an(j
fice bank In Port land. For example,
we are ever ready to welcome appli
the Federal Reserve Board seems not the farm.
internal injuries. His back was signed to the 29th engineers who are
Henry Booth had the misfortune cations for loans for crop and live
to be in perfect accord with some (
badly burned and vertaba's chipped now engaged in mapping and survey to cut his hand oP>jn while splitting stock purposes, the purchase of farm
ing the Olympic peninsula, with
of the rest of the New Dealers. He j
and cut and bruised all over. It Is headquarters at Port Angeles, Wash kindling wood Friday evening. Dr. Implements and other needs that our
Potters Enjoy Visit
Kresse of Medford took 6 stitches. farmers have; also for employment
advocates first the balancing of the
thought that he is not seriously in-
Henry was very weak from loss of in local business enterprises and even
federal budget but he would ac.
Mr. and Mr*. Carl Hover and blood.
From Friends Sunday
down to the recurring needs of the
contplish this much-to-be wished
baby were dinner guests at the E. E
individual and family.
As an ex
for result not by sharp decreases in
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Simmonds Scott home Sunday.
ample of this, we announced several
federal spending, but by increased
weeks ago that our bank would con
Mr. and Mrs, Ri|ey Hotter enjqyed entertained the following guests at
Mrs. Lawrence Bodin visited her
tinue to finance the modernization
And in order the people a visit from the following relatives a dinner party last Sunday In honor
mother and enjoyed the W.R.C. din
of home* and other buildings on
may have something to pay taxes and friends Sunday: Mr. and Mrs, of the 5 3rd birthday of Mrs. Sim- ner Tuesday.
exactly the same terms as provided
with, he advocates increased pro Roscoe
daughter mond»' father, Mr. Oscar Davis: Mr.
Mr. Cletn Finley half across the by the now discontinued Title One of
duction. saying that are the factors Dorothy of Ashland, Mrs. Lottie and Mrs. Wesley Davis and
Mr. Bendlckson's wife and three street bnvlng to return to the store the Federal Housing Act.
necessary to it— 'idle men, natural Wolgamont of Medford were dinner J*“rry, of Medford and Mr. and Mrs. children plan to move to Central to take his cat (not a big farm cat
CHURCH O F CHRIST
resources and an abundance of guests. Marie Walker and Mr. and 'b*car Davis of Ashland
A beautl- Point as soon as he can locate a but a little 4 legged animal) back
James Matthew Alley
money— are all
Betterl Mr„ Ja,.k Tour, of Ashland, Mr. and lul birthday cake held the place of house. Mr. Bendickson Is with the so it could not follow him.
watch out, old sock*, or Henry will Mrs. Godnard of Jacksonville and i honor at the tablle.
Clirton A. Phillips,
be in your wool.
town very much.
Mr Fernland, Mr. and Mrs. Hawkin. K“ e8t received many nice gifts,
The big fish in front of Ross and
daughter Georgia of Central Point
Ross decided It was time to float
We have done a good deal of
were guests during the afternoon
and almost reached the side walk
Supt. of Bible School
blowing off steam regarding the ac
37 miles from Myrtle Point on the Alexander Implement Co.
and drifted away In our recent big
tion of the city council In the
In the first outdoor record shoot-
rain, before being discovered.
library matter. So we had a hunch | ing this year, Shelby Tuttle scored
Mr and Mrs. John Powell and
The revival Increases In Interest,
with Bronchitis for a number of
perhaps we had better just cast an high at the 50-yard and 100-yard
Mr. Alexander says he knows he
power and enthusiasm.
eye on the records over in the city | targets at the rifle club range yes- Leylan Wood
hasn't got a drug store, there are a
Fearless and powerful Gospel mes
vault. And we found we had been terday.
Mr. H. E. Hemmenan and Mr. few things that aren't on his shel
Score made yesterday and visited here and In Medford Sunday.
a bit hasty in accepting a statement next Sunday will determine the team Mrs. Powell’s brother Marlon Huitt Jack Hournes of Eugene are here ves but he isn't sure Just what he sages at every service. 7:45 p.m.
Pre-prayer service at 7:30 p.m
of just part of the budget committee to represent the club in the first of of Gold Beach met them here and looking for work and hope to locate will call his new store.
Aim for Bible School— ” 150 In
W e found a record which had been the summer series of matches In the returned to Klamath
Falls with In the valley. Mr. Hemmenan is a
time for count.”
part of the exhibits placed before Southern Oregon-Northern
Dlt Yost is the proud possessor of
brother-in-law of Mrs. Blazing.
Sunday at 11:00 a.m. will he
them at their meeting
fall, nia Rifle league to be held on the
a new Packard.
which showed that the item of ex Medford range April 25.
Mayor J O. Isaacson this week MR. GLEN MOSHER WED
members who have been faithful to
pected income from the rental of the
received a letter from Governor j
The first lesson of life Is to burn
MISS EM M A STRAIN
old city hall was among others listed,
our own smoke; that Is, 'not to In the work for at least ten years will
Charles H Martin requesting that
flict on outsiders our personal sor he present and given the honor due
But If that Eastern Oregon he serve as chairman of the Caravan
but perhaps overlooked by our in stuff.
lady likes this sort of weather, she committee for this city In arranging i ’ rain wore married recently and rows and petty morbidness, not to faithfulness.
eep thinking of ourselves as excep
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is welcome to it and we wish she for the participation of our citizens are now living In the house formerly tional cases— James Russel Lowell.
At least two members of that com would take it away with her.
wth those of other cities in the cele Mr. Mosher bought this property a
T H E FEDERATED CHURCH
E P Stone, who Is doing carpen
mittee saw the Item and considered
bration of the Golden Gate bridge short time ago.
ter work at home, coming to the Rev. R. C. Lewis. Pastor. Phone 51
We almost had palpitation o f the opening in May.
ft worth leaving there. So perhaps
store with his carpenter clothes on
Mr. Kamberg, Supt. Sunday Schooi
the city dads weren't so hasty In heart the other day when we saw a has accepted the appointment. Any-
and being forced to walk backward
9:30 A M . Bible School,
.ttend the celehrii- Berry Grower* Told
grabbing for any old excuse to get man driving stake* and shoveling up ' onp pfenning
and doing all sort of maneuvers to
keep his face toward his customers.
rid of that pesky library problem rubbish on the land just north of lion are asked to see him at once
To Spray for Mite*
11:00 A M. Morning Worship.
Looked as if
Mebbe we'd better give the cheese factory.
Mr and Mrs. Marshall Himmonds.
6:30 P.M. Christian
A family reunion was held at thè
’em the benefit of the doubt, anyway another building was to be erected
John Hein. Ruby Webster, Clara-
Junior and Senior Groups
All berry growers who have ex belle Brood, Blue O’Connor and a
We rushed out there and inquired, home of Mr. and Mr*. George Shrnll
7:30 P.M. Evening Worship.
be Sunday. Those present were Mr. and perienced trouble with the black salesman opening surprise packages
We hear that logs are beginning breathlessly, "W h a t’s going to
berry mite are urged to spray at this
to arrive at both sawmills at end o ' built here,” only to be told the Mrs. George Higgenbotham of Cot time by C. B. Cordy. assistant county < at Faber Market Wednesday.
ering, prayer and Bible study.
town— in one case to be used for county was going to dump a lot of tage Grove, George Taylor of Ash- agent and L. O Centner, entomolo- j
One of the councllmen getting so
The weekday Bible classes have
posts and timbers for the new build sand and crushed rock there Bah' land, l.ester Taylor, wtfe and son of gist of the *o Oregon Experiment | excited at the last regular meeting
resumed their regular schedule vs
ing. and in the other, to be sawed j All our high hopes blasted forever | Rut te Fall*. Fred Taylor and Mr
It has been found by experience that he punccbed a hold thru the
Into lumber. That listens good, eh?
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Jenines of Foots Creek
The a'ter- in this district that a single spray ap- | cork floor covering with the heel follows:
Now if the "blarsted Eengllsh driz-
We are wondering if they won". noon was spent In the search of or- plied when the new shoots are from of his chrair.
mary. 3:00, Synthesis. 6:00, Fish
sle” would let up a bit and let them have to postpone that Pear Blossom [ chid colored Lamb Tongue*
Mr* two to six Inches In length will give
Mrs. Bonnie saying that the spot
really get to work. It would help z Festival.
I f this cqld continue*I Higginbotham had promised her rood control. Cae eight gallons of on her lip was just some of the erman’s club supper. 6:30 Scofield
¡there won't he enough pear bloasoms | friends that she would bring hack liquid lime sulfur and 92 gallons of W R.C. merchant lunch that she was Bible class. 7:30, Church Evidence.
Thoroughly drench all part*
Wednesday— 8:30, Bible Doctrln i
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out to decorate the C of C window* ! 'he orchid colored l-emb Tongues, a* of the plants
serin? till later.
i many of them had never seen the
We have done so darned much
Thursday— 7:30, Personal Evan
Little Jackie Potter's fare light
hollering about the fearful and ding- that, the Idea of a celebration in ! kind grown here. The cream color blackberries are the most susceptible
3:10, Sunday School Meth
busted brand of weather handed out honor of our most prominent pro I around Cottage G.ove A great many tacked
All varieties on which th? at the W.R.C. dinner like he ex od*. Everyone Is welcome to theee
by some New Deal Weather man t duct is • tine one snd we hope It Lamb Tongues were found and a "redberry" trouble has
occured pected Mr l^ewls to have a welner
In his pocket.
that we hate to even mention the | will be a thorough suree*
should be sprayed.
wonderful time enjoyed by all.
New Cub Pack
Is Organized with
M any Candidates