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CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
Musings-^ E. G. FABER SEES
tiy a n In n o c e n t B y s t a n d e r
SIGHTS AT OPENING
BIG S. F. BRIDGE
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON, THI KHI*.IV, JI'NK !*, 1907
Shall C. P. H ave
Live Tennis C lu b ?
Are you Interested In tennis?
If so. why not form a good, live,
active tennis club? It can be
done and will be done If you will
all turn out Monday evening at a
meeting to be held in this office at
If you want to join whether
you are a good or bad player,
voting or old, big or little, yon
■t'e all Invited to come as plans
will be made to hold several tennis
tournaments for the different
■lasses of players, officers will be
elected, and plans for out of town
tournaments will be discussed.
Central Point has two tenni-t
courts which nre going to pieces
rapidly and unless something ran
be done about them they will soon
be valueless as tennis courts.
If It is impossible for you to
-otne Monday evening
leave .vour name at this office be
fore that time.
M MIIKK 8 3
6UY TEX RESIGNS
Is Held at Gym
Draws Big Crowd
We want to commend the work
being done by the membership com
mittee of the Jackson County Cham
ber of Commerce. I’ p to date neatly
a hundred new members have be *n
added to the organization
Mr. E. C. Faber who attended the
The thirty-first commencement of.stresesd the value of right thinking
number have voluntarily come for
The American is informed that
of the bridge at San Fran
the Central Point high school was on the part of the young people of Mr. Guy Tex has resigned as school
ward and signed up. Good work,
held last Friday evening at th - today. First, he urged respect for director, the resignation to take ef-
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Ohio. They first visited the Marine
school gym. Twenty-one young peo-]our country; then respect for your
Mr. Tex has served
station and watcher the Navy ships,
pie reci-iv* d their diplomas from the home; reaped for yourself, and i # „ > ars .>r ins Mire.-year term.
There can be no finest ton of the
cruisers, battleships that carried the
finally respect for God. Judging He gives as his reason the press of
value to the community of
airplanes and equipment. They saw
of the school board, before an au from the many comments by those
group. They have no private axes
Mr. Tex would
at least 75 ships here.
It looked |
dience which taxed the capacity of present, Dr. Dubach's address was
to grind, but instead spend much
have been chairman of the board
only a short distauce from there to j
the huge building
one of the best ever delivered here this year had he remained.
thought and energy in planning for
the bridge, so they decided to walk ,
on such occasions.
the greater development of Jackson
Owing to the fact that only a
and found out later that it was two |
was valedictorian for the class anil
Following the regular ceremonies,
We wish that those who
little over two weeks remains before
and a half miles. They then crossed |
Miss Libby Hamilton of the same the graduating class received many
still think this "gang'' thinks only
the annual school election, it Is
the bridge and found a man with a
district was salutatortan.
An In heHrty congratulation on having sue-
of Medford and how to bring pros
two-gallon tin bucket and every one
teresting sidelight was the fact that cessfully completed the work of the thought that no successor for Mr.
perity to her. regardless of the rest
Tex will he appointed. Instead, two
crossing the bridge must deposit a
these two young ladies had been high school.
of the county, could just “ listen-in"
directors will be elected at this elec
nickel. When you returned you had
chums all through grade school and
This w m the first time the grad
at the regular (or even at special*
tion, which takes place the third
to leave another nickel before you
uating exercises have been held In
meetings of the board of directors.
Monday In June, or June 21. One
could get off. The first day it cost
We wot they would mighty soon
of these will be elected to serve out
a quarter each way. This money is W o o d m e n E n jo y
high school they continued to lead pecially decorated for the occaaion
change their tune.
to be used to help pay the cost of
In scholastic attainments and car with the class color of white and Mr Tex's term and the other for
the full three years. A clerk to serve
building the bridge.
ried off the two most desired honors. green
The large temporary stage
one year will also be elected.
We confess there was a time lit
Saturday evening they stationed
was hanked with evergreens and
N ew L o d g e R oom s
the dim, dark past we, too. had lit
The board thia year has consisted
classmates. Mis« Janice serving ss flowers. Seats on the main floor
themselves in a good position to see
tle use for the Chamber. We had
Arnold Rohnert, chairman; M A.
were reserved for frlende and rela
About thirty members and guests
an idea It was all a "hot-air“ con the electric parade. Mr. Faber says!
(Bud) Adams, and Guy Tex.
that he didn's suppose there were J gathered at the Modern Wood»* •» senior year and Miss Libby as Stu tives of the class, while the regular
cern. Hut the more we have come
bleachers and balcony were filled
so many horses In existence. Police, j hall Tuesday evening for the regular dent Body president.
in contact with these earnest work
The principal nildresa of the even with townspeople, There were ap It 1« not known whether he will be
soldiers, cowboys and rough riders meeting
Following the business
ers and the more closely we hace
formed a big group on beautiful session the evening was spent with ing was given by Dr. IT. G. Dubach. proximately five hundred people pree- a candidate for re-election or not.
scanned results obtained, the proud
Harold Head has made a very of-
There were floats of all games and dancing.
The guests dean of men at O.S.C. The speeches sent.
er we are to be privileged to take
flcent clerk and It is hoped he will
kinds anil from various plac-s. al were shown about the spacious halls
even so insignificant a part as ours
consent to continue in office.
though he saw none from Oregon which include the main lodge room,
Scout C om m ittee
necessarily Is In this movement.
"There has been some dissatis
and very few Oregon cars.
ante-rooms, etc., billiard room, din-
Come on in, fellers, the water's fine?
faction about my holding two elec
One outstanding float was from room and kitchen.
Signs up F or Y ea r
K . Falls Passes tive offices, even though one pays
A dainty luncheon of strawberry
Salt Lake City advertising Salt Lake
no salary," stated Mr. Tex today,
Well, school Is out and the united
as a salt center. The one that drew shortcake and coffee was served at
Mr. K A. Wheeler reports the sad "and also 1 do not feel justified In
The Hoy Scout Committee met Ht
sigh of relief given by the teachers
the most attention was from Reno, the long table in the dining room Stone's Drug Store Wednesday eve- news of the death of his nelce Mre
taking so much of my time from
could be heard for miles. Now the
and was an electric broncho and Following the luncheon several of n)ne yirs pierce and Mrs
Alvin Leo Field at thp Klamath Falls hos city business.
( have enjoyed the
poor parent« can shoulder the res-
rider that could not be thrown. All the guests were called on for re- williams and all th. committeemen pital. She leaves her husband, two work with the schools Hnd shall
ponsihility for the youth of the land.
the capers of a real wild bronc could marks and all epressed pleasure at WPre preBent except one, and all
small sons beside many other rela continue to have a strong interest In
not dislodge him.
Reno was pre- being present and congratulating the ‘
up for another year Also one tives to mourn her passing Funeral thetr sucres«."
We forgot to mention above in
Bented as the "biggest little city In ^ Woodmen on their new lodge home. new one D a l e gm!th. signed up for services will he held from the Con
speaking of t-he C. of C. that a wall
The new hall is one of the finest j
coming year. Arrangements wets ger funeral parlor this afternoon.
has been heard from the ancient
The parade was preceded hv a lodge rooms in Southern Oregon. made for thP annuai Scout Dinner Mrs. Field lived In the Iterrydule M r. & M rs. D ale Sm ith
mining town of Gold Hill that "Med beautiful display of fire works. The
Wlth its Indirect lighting and *°D which will be served promptly at district until very recently when ahe
ford has again snubbed Gold Hill, traffic was so heavy that many peo
V isit L ak e o ’ W o o d s
moved to Klamath Falls.
colors it makes a very attractive pk- 6:29 p. m. on June 10, 1937.
this time through the Jackson
ple conld not get away before ntorn- Hire. The lounging and club room«J Thla ()lnjIPr W|U bp beld nltber
Mr. Wheeler will leave this after-
County Chimb, r of Commerce.-’
ing. Anchored near the route of the while not completely finished, will thP Orange hall or the Christian 1 nn°n after the funeral of his nelre
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Smith and Mel
Well, can these fellows be expected
parade were a» least BOO beautiful make a very comfortable place for Phurch d|„in(f room. All boy and girl for Ashland and visit with his sister ody and Mr. Harry Wlednieyer from
to forever and forever take up the
yachts, launches and various types the members to spend their odd mo-
and pHrents. committeemen . nntl> Friday morning when he will I Salem motored to Lake O’ the
cudgels for communities which do
of pleasure craft
ments. The dining room Is rapah'e and 8POUt HponaorinK bodies are ell- ,
for Hornbrook and visit hi« | Woods last Sunday. Mr. and Mm. I
not reciproca'e? The constitution of
Early Sunday morning they went of seating about 50 guests, while glble. The dinner will he a rovered daughter for a while
He |a unde- Beesley also made a trip to the Lake.
the present Chamber provides that
to »he Cliff House, which was being the kitchen Is very complete, with d|ah affa|r and everyone ts request- * ‘'Ided Just what he will do or where The group was primarily lnt«'rest»>il
every city or village In the county,
visited the range, hot and cold water, cupboards, j pd t0 br|ng their own service, plate,
he will locate. He disposed of his
In helping the work of opening up
(including Gold Hill, of course) has
Aquarium and later the Fletscha« ker etc.
rup, and eiiTer. Last year this ser- I rabbits early thia year and has put the Boy Scout Headquarters and al
the right to elect a delegate to the
Here they saw hundreds of.
The Central Point lodge of Mod- v)cp WM brought In a paper sack his Property here on the market,
so to try out the new sail boats pur
Chamber of Commerce, who sha!l
the entire a gnd
chased by the Crater Lake Council
».« » m n n ihu- « r ♦ h « k a « i »/1 people tanned
~ " a deep
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as o over
v e r r replaced
e p la c e d
for the Boy Scouts from Mr. Jack
of * I rectors
Has Cold Hill condes- takinK *un ha,hs- while others sh’ V- upper floor of the old Rostel block )n fbe gamp Back, thus saving much
vered in heavy top coats and sough, last winter and have remodeled the ronf
„ 8ion and
Mrs. W. A. Schell attended a party Horner. Mr. Smith ri'port* It a very
cended to do so.
whole place, giving them a very fine
at the home of an old friend, Mr«. good boat and also that the road to
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Mr. Faber states that they were iodgP home.
The organization is
William Barbour in Ashland Wed Lake of the Woods Is In fine shape
This writer has been a member of
very fortunate in having Fred Farm growing of late years and expects to A n oth er Civil W a r
nesday afternoon and met many old Also that the new road around th«“
that board since the first of the as a guide as he was well acquainted .have a strong and prosperous lodge
friends who had gathered at the Bar lake Is in excellent condition.
year and has seen no such delegate. ■with the city. They were able to see j
V etera n L oca ted bour
home, some coming from as far
If these people refuse to take ad many Interesting sights they woul l EINLKA’ H SI’ KNI) HOLIDAY
away as Texas.
Mr. Roy JoneM accompanied
After last week Issue of The Ame
vantage of their privileges, how then otherwise have missed.
IN EASTERN OREGON
She report« a lovely time and Mrs friends to Red Bluff where he vlslt-
can the organization he blamed.’ sent greetings to his parents. Mr. and ;
Barbour sent Mr. Schell a lovely ] ed relatives over the week end.
And as for the booklet in question, Mrs Edward Karra and friends and,
Mr. and Mrs. Clem Finley and formed us that our G.A.R. story was bonquet of roses.
the writer ran recall no action by word that he will visit them some daughter Margaret accompanied by incomplete that there was anoth*T
the hoard authorizing its publica time this month. Mr. Faber and his Mrs Finley's mother and grandmo- Civil War veteran In Medford on
Mr. and Mrs. E ht I Kelly nnil four;
We believe it was published hrothcr also visited in San Jose.
ther. Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Jenkins. South Riverside. That we could get children arrived Tuesday evening
by private Interests and was nor
In regard to the hotel strike l,e , spent the holiday at Redmond vlsit- more Information of a couple of dif from Nebraska and are visiting at I
CHT'ROH OF CHRIST
After being sent the Roy Kelly home. They looked all
"sponsored" by the chamber.
statees that all the big hotels were ing rousfns, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest ferent parti««.
Clifton A. Phillips,
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closed, hut he did not see that its Adams. They report a very pleasant
over Idaho, Washington and South
But in any case, we are sorry this' effeet was very pronounced
ern Montana for a place to locate
All the trip and that crops are •about one
Bible School 10:00 A M Roland
Rut They may make their horn«- in the
has happen'd Gold Hill
Is entltl«“*! smaller hotels were open and run- month behind ours here. Mr
Hnd Frank Mengold, 97 years old
to Just as prominent a place in th • ( ning
From what he saw th strik- Mrs. Harry Powell and little daugh- as Mr. Mengold was taking a slight Rogue River valley.
Communion and Preaching 11:00
limelight as the rest of our cities in ers were Justified
They were only ter stayed at the Finley home during
A. M. ‘ Abraham and Hia Family."
Information we could get was that
the county. And we hope to *«e their, receiving 11.50 a day, which In these thelf absence,
Special Music under direction of Mrs
Mr. Mengold wms 97 years old and
man with us on thp board of direct-1 times is not a living wage.
Then he can watch out | Mr Faber's brother returned with MISS KI.SIK KINKSLKY IS
Children's Church 11:00 A. M.
that his community gets Its share of I him and will be a vlstor al »he Faber
WED TO C. H. RAWS! ERN past three years. That he often
Ol'll grand business Is not fo »«» • Mrs Izetta Eide, directing and spec
any publicity going.
home for a short tlm».
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kingsley have hlm down tow„ but faned He has what lie« dimly at a dl*tan«'e. but to ial story by Miss Lyle Gregory.
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do what lies clearly at hand.— Car
Senior, Junior and Intermediate
the marriage of th« ir never married and has been a miner lyle.
We note that Rogue River has or
Christian Endeavors, 7:00 r. M
daughter. El-te Freda, to Claim H many ypars. We hope to meet Mr
ganized a chamber of commerce c 'j
Mr* Snider and
Evangelistic Service 8:00 P
Rawstern. The ceremony was solem- Mengold at an early date and learn
Fine. That's a good stai'.j
A fisherman not s«> ohi In year»
L^PiJCS F.njov TriO nlzed Sunday afternoon at the horn about hia civil war experience
but old In fisherman lore, being so Mrs. Doris Nealon will give the spec
Now send ns up a good man to helpj
■ of the bride’s parents on Mid wav
thrilled on catching a salmon weigh ial music and the sermon subject-
solve the problems of the county (
ing at least 25 lb*, that he cut of. "J h i i Christ. Does He Live In Ore
work and rest assured you won’t h e.
An informal out-ofdoor reception)
Mr and Mra Chase and daughte»-. Ita’ head, then having to carry his gon?"
"snubbed" when yon rome. either. [ Mrs. Maud Snider of Medford ae-
Houlwinnlng and Preaching Tues
46, Mr. and Mrs. Boothhy and Wilson blanket«, fishing paraphernalia, etc.
We all want to see Southern Oregon | campanled by Mrs.
Marie Lang' , followed the ceremony
prosper aDd we should he willing to Mrs. Htldegarde Pierce and little relatives and close friends were pre- Torrence, grandson of Mr. and Mr«.] and find a place for the big floh tin- day 7:45 P. M.
Prayer and Bible Htudy Wed. 7 45
do our part.
daughter Marie Hlldegarde and Mr.
W. A. Schell arrived from Klamath dcr hia arm for about a mile.
P. M. Frances Morris. Devotional
The couple will make their hnmejFall* Monday
Mr and Mrs Schell
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Hugo Lange of Medford motored to
Mr R P Stone took a motorcycle Leader and Norman Hansen, lead«-».
We were sorry to note that Crater the roast Sunday and enjoyed th"« *n the Table Rock district
Joined the party and they motor' d ,
t.ake had elalmed another victim beautiful fo gloves, rhododendron«
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to Elk Creek and later to Prospect ride and had to have hia machine
THE FEDERATED CHI KCll
We are told that at th*» time of yeir Azalias They »pent Sunday evening FRIDA A' FINAL DA A' OF
They enjoyed fishing and a big plc-
R. C. Lewla, Pastor. Phone 51
the stone walla about th» rim
Zoe Hill and Lnvene Hflkey lin Mr. Kambprg. Supt. Sunday School
,>c , and »pent some time seeing the new
hurled in «now and It would
Only on«- dsv left to take in 'lv
9:36 AM. Bible School,
Mr. John Myers will accompany ing their dally good d<-ed by cleaning Sunday:
very easy for a person to slip over temporary hutld.ng« he|„g ,.„ilt On •
Mr and Mrs. Carl B«*«well to Palto and mowing the lawn at the .1 (
We would suggest that Hendon resident told them It was _jTfn af
fhe Hanaen Hardware In
11:00 AM Morning Worship,
Alto for a visit with Mr Boswell'« Wooda home. They Informed this r»-
during the time the »now covers the ! Impossible to r»all«e the fire unl* ” I Medford
All who have attended
i porter that 1« «he Insisted on put
4 30 P M. Christian Endeavor,
usual barrier that the park author'- you were there It was a solid ahee* are very enthuslaatlc.
gee the ad
Junior and Senior Groupa.
leave as soon as Mr and Mr«. Ros ting their name« in the paper to h-
ties erert a temporary fenr». (Just a of flame, three feet hlght. moving
In this tasue giving prices on these
7 1 0 P M Evening Worship.
well return from a ten days visit In snre and spell them right
line of poles stuck In the snow, wi'h like a flood over the land Mr Lang;
time and money savera— The Na
Wedn<î«dajr— 7:30. Family gath
Portland Mr Mver« was a former
a rope or wire atr»tched thereon If bought an air rompreaa»r while
tional cokers, can «eaters and ran
prayer and Bible study.
toacher here and 1« now at Keno
nothing els»!, and a number of: there which he will use in connec- nera.
home for the first time, after accep
The weekday Bible elasaea have
warnlng signs stuck up along th e tlon with the one he now has.
Pink O'Connor 1« working for the ting an Invitation to go for a rid“ resumed their regular schedule va
danger line Such a thing wouldn't
Mr» Bodinateln and family ac
cost much and might save a life
j Mr. and Mr« Albort Milton and companied by her mother. Mr«. Ow- Cheese Factory
Tuesday— 2:66. Chapter
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little grandaughter «pent Saturday
’ Jnga. Mrs. LaCasse and Dorothy vl-
Mr Georg Marrh forgetting "la- ! mary. 3:66, Synthrsia. 6:06, Flsh-
This town has berom. a regular afternoon and Sunday at the
r *lted Mra Owing’s mother. Mrs Mil-I
Ice C ream S ocia l
die« flr«t" and IntmdnHnr his rife I erman'a club supper
ne«t 0f motorcycle« lately
T h ey 'of their daughter Mrs
»on a* Rogue River Runday.
as Mra April
pop. and roar about our afreet« at Uvea In Klamath Falla.
*c ladles’ Civic club of Centrvl I
Wednesday— 1:36. Bible Doctrin«
«11 hour«, and their racket ta be-,
Mr Roy Johnaon recently par-
t will hold an ice cream «orlai I A party admiring th»
coming almoat unbearable. We aug- Anybody that I* DF enough may rtdc rhaaed the place n*xt to the George
at th« City Park on Friday evening., Jerseys and ktttenball for the Faber
Thursday— 7:36. Personal Evan
geat that the council check up on the dnmed thing» for all
we care. March place. The ¿«si waa made Tune II. for the purpose of raising ball team, picking up the hall and
8:36, Runday School Meth
their ordinance« and »»• If bett»r but * « claim other people'« e«ra arc thru Harry Hanson with th» Y»oj fund« for fb« library buildlnr szpreweing aurpri»« that It wa»o't a
I« welcome to those
t u f f ’ er« cannot b*
nsis»ed upon entitled to eonrtd »ratios
A m r y In Medford
E m m « tavliwl
^ oft rubber tolL
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