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About The Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1936-195? | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1937)
A M E R IC A N
Re-esubllshed, September 13, 1924.
Devoted to the beat Interest! of
Central Point and vicinity.
Entered as second class matter at
the post office. Central Point, Ore
gon, under the Act of March 8, 187a.
SUBSC RIPTIO N R A T E S
S i* Months .................................... *1.00
Payable in advance
Advertising sates on application
Office— Second Street, off Main
ARTHUR EDW ARD P O W E L L
Editor and Proprietor
.Many of the farmers in the valley
are pleased that Old Mother Nature
has been on their side by permitting
them to put in their hay without
rain that would have spoiled the
Virgil Edington, who is working
at Sawyer's Bar, spent the week end
visiting relatives in this community.
The Ladies' Club met at Mrs. Hin
nies' Thursday afternoon. The busi
ness meeting wa somitted and a very
i njoyable time was spent playing
games in the shade of several large
laurel trees in the front of the yard.
Delicious refreshments were served
by the hostesses, Mrs. Kinnie and
Mrs. Jo hn Hall spent from Thurs
day tu Saturday visiting relatives of
her husband's in Salem and Corval
lis. She and Mrs. Lindley of Medford
traveled in Mrs. Dudley's car. Mrs.
Hall, reports a very enjoyable ti n t;
and a very nice trip, us the scenery
at this time of year is so beautiful.
She was taken to the poor farm by
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Jo hn Palmer.
Grange met Saturday night at the
school auditorium. Donna Straus and
Earl Weever were elected Lecturer
and Secretary In Mrs. E. W. Empey
and Elsie Strauss places, who resign
ed their offices as they are leaving.
Mrs. Empey Is leaving for pleasant
Hill, and Miss Straus is leaving for
Berkeley, California very soon.
Mr. and Mrs. Jo hn Halst left Sut-
usday enroute to The Dallas where
they will attend the Oregon State
Grange meeting. They will travel on
to see their daughter and family
who live near Seattle before they re
Lindsay Hulston of this country
left for Fort Klamath Sunday where
lie will be employed in woods at the
Mr. C. Charley of Brownsboro '*
repairing fence on his ranch here
The county grader completed the
grading of the Antelope ni>»> Thurs
day and the road is now in excellent
Phil Wert* killed the first rattle
snake of the season last week. Sever
al others have be-n seen but they
mqved too swift for the hands of
Mrs Mattel Wert* and daughter,
Norma Jean, motored to Medford
Mr. .Sain Harnish, mail carrier
made his first trip through to the
end of route in hie car Thursday.
Formerly Phil Wert* carried th.-
mail from the end of the gravel.
Mrs. Meda Comstock and small
granda lighter, Je an Mei, returned
home Friday from a week's visit
with friends and relatives in Medford
Mr. and Mrs. T it. Kinney of
Ashland and Mr. N. R. Hansen of
Central Point were dinner guests of
Mr and Mrs L. H Wert* Sunday.
TA BLE ROCK
O. spent Sunday with his sister. Mrs.
! R. E Nealon. Mr. Nealon is attend-
gin the session of the Oregon State
Grange at Dalles this week.
Delegates from the Table Rock 1
H clubs who went to summer school
at Corvallis are as follows— Shirley
Angle, garden and stock; Ida Belle
Davis cooking 1 and 2; Dorothy
Hunsley sewing; and Olive Davis
cooking 3. The young people left
Monday and will be gone about a
Mr. and Mrs. Jo h n McBride long
time residents of this district are
now making their home at Santa
Rosa Calif. Friends hope Mrs. Mc
Bride will gain her health in her
new location, a fte r having been ill
for the past several months.
Miss Norma Sage returned horn*
Saturday after spending a week in
Medford with her sister Mrs. Howard
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Davison are
visiting this wei-k in Portland, with
their daughter Mrs. Margret Myers
and family. While there the Davisons
attended the graduation exercises of
their grandaughter Miss Je a n Myers.
Mr. Robnett is a graduate of Ore
gon Institute of Technology and i»
with the Cunocar Accounting com
pany in Berkeley, Cal. A wedding
supper followed at the Leamington
Mr. and Mrs. Hurlburt accompani
ed their daughter south for the wed
Mr. Robnett is a son of Mr. and
Robnett and spent
many years of his life here. His fa
ther was in business
Is Organized Here
$1.50 to $3.50
New Lawnmowers-$6.50 to $10.00
5ÏM S BROS.
A.M.— 0 : 4 5
give you more for your
money. Be sure to see
end 5 other exclustte features
that save work and save money.
NO MONEY DOWN
Low Down Payment
PhysicLin and Surgeon
2 1 0 Mrdford Bldg.
•'! years to |>ay
Palmer Electric Co.
Main at B artlett
Water is circulated, filtered, and
you safety and protection to your
Carold J . Parker, Inc.
Parker'« Southern Oregon Potato
Packers of Honey, Home Made
Sorghum and Shelled Walnuts
D C R K E R FAMOUS FOOD
GRANDMA CO O KIES
6 1 2 S. Riverside
Western Distributor F o r
SPEC IA L!
Anything in line of fencing
Regular $ 5 Perm anents $ 2 .5 0
Other Permanents $ 1 .5 0 to $ 5 .0 0
All Prices Complete
Haircut & Wet Wave plain
124 N. Riverside
Haircut, Shampoo A Wave
Dry $ 1 .0 0
Refinish Your Floors
Cook’s Beauty Shop
14 S. Bartlett St.
Palm er E lectric Bldg.
It is easy to have beautiful floors
C liff's Sport|| S h op
Rent our Floor Sander and use
W A TERSPA R VARNISH and W AX
• With the coining of Spring comes a demand for increased out- :•!
•••»••• • • •
OUR DAMP WASH SERV ICE
F lo u r
H u sk ie s
52c for a 13-lb. bundle
Each additional pound 4c
1 • • • • • • •
Mrdford Domestic Laundry 1
1930 Hudson Cp. A1
1929 Buick Cp.
P hone 2 7 »
2 8 oz. Bottle
G in g'er A le
A Good Mixer
2S ox. Bottle bottle
FRESH FR U IT S & V EG ETA BLES
O ran g es Ä
G ra p e fru it
C a n ta lo u p e s
C a b b a g 'e
Produce Prices Saturday Only
IT c e D elivery
Prices F o r Ju n e 12 & 14
1925 Buick Sdn.
.1 4 5 ° °
1928 Chev. 2 Door Sdn.
2 5 00
. 3 5 00
. 6 5 ° °
Skinner's Used Car Lot
Itarflrtt A IHh.
THE en tire
Lawn» PEPO »1* 8
1 8 5 00
.1 4 5 ° °
1929 Plymouth Cp.
Seals on Hale at
ItROWNH, inmBr lot
V A L E N T IN E * CAFE
I IMI), lmg
. 4 6 5 ° °
*3 7 5 °°
1934 Ford V8 Cp. A1
1927 Hupmobile Sdn.
W re s tlin g
1934 Chev. Std. Cp. A1
the economical laundry sendee
H o/„ Tins
G r a p e F r u it
P in e a p p le
• For ilw bus\ hauaawlfa who enjoys working among k t r flower« i.
our dependable serviie adds much to the pleasure of her days
MkNITATIoN— Gl ADD
Some real prices on
‘C E R T I F I E D
Fire*! omo RMg.
: 132 W. Main
Garden Time I
An NORTH R I V E R S I D E AYE.
PITTSBURG PAINT STORE
ID E A L B IC Y C L E SH O P
Krcry p k v r i w f f t And rlran— rrad) to Iron
For Lasting Beauty
E V ER Y TH IN G F O R TH E FISH E R M E N
........ I Q mUty, low I’r i n s — D i m , Sell, Traili
¡117 N. Riverside, Medford, Oregon
411 E. Main
C & H
H. C. HIGH
3 YEARS TO PAY
N. D r
B o ilin g B e e f
W e in e r s
OPEN DAILY 1 P.M.— f»:45 P.M.
Mr. R. C. Humphrey has invited
the Club to meet at his home June
10. at 8 p. m., the next meeting
Pot R o a st
Dr. B. C. Wilson
Q U A L IT Y M E A T S
32 G R E A T F E A T U R E S
STONE'S DRUG STORE
The Central Point Pioneer Town
Mrs. W. J. Freem an is improving
send Club No. 1 was organi*ed last
Friday evening. Ju ne 4, at Mr C H and hopes t(> return home soon.
Former Local Boy
Married in Oakland
M ERRIC K’S
years and the RobnetCs have many Mosher's home. Anyone
in the Townsend Plan is welcome to
friends in thts community.
meet with us at our next, or future
Of special interest to our readers
is the following announcement
the marriage of Miss Helen Hurlburt
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. F.
Hurlburt, to Mr. George Gibson Rob-
nett which was solemni*ed May 8 at
Oakland. Cal., the
Reidenbaeh officiating. Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Morris were the attendants.
Ted Morava of Central Point
shearing the sheep in this district
Mrs Clyde Briggs is spending this
week visiting her daughter Mrs.
Mildred Cutler and family at Salem.
Donald Richardson, who is spend
ing bis vacation here from theU. of
thuh * d a y , j i m
CEN TRA L POINT
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Now, for the greeter convenience o f our customers who live
some distance from town, and for all who would like to use
this convenience, we have adopted a new D tp osit-bj-M ail
system that is as simple, swift and safe as can be conceived.
In effect, it brings this bank to you— any time, anywhere.
Just place yrour deposit in a Special Deposit Envelope
which we provide for the asking, and mail. A portion o f the
envelope acts as a receipt and is promptly returned to you.
Call or write today for leaflet fully explaining our new.
'em Bank-by-Mail plan.
G E O R G S T F R E Y . Manager
HOUGHTON. Asst Mgr
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