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About The Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1936-195? | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1937)
THURKP A Y. JL NB 24, 1037
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The sshool board is installing au| Born June 13 at K l.n .t h Falls
electric water system in the school
to Mr and Mrs Dean Mayfield an
building with some other added im eight pound baby boy named Kent
Mr. Al Middlestead of Eagle Point
provements along the same line c ' on Dean Mrs. Mayfield and little son
was a guest at the Wert* home Sat work.
are doing fine and plan to avwiat-
Mr. Mayfield here for a visit
Phil Wertz helped Al Middlestead f from
Southern California and is as- with Mrs Mayfield's mother. Mrs
drive some beef cattle to Eagle Po’ nt slating his father, A L. Seabrooke ‘
Clark on July 4th.
in preparations to vacate his farm.
Mrs. Gene Winningham and »mill The Seabrooke place was lately pur
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. liichardson
daughter, Joyce Lee, of Glendale, chased by Orville Hamilton who will have ga house guest Mr. Richard
Oregon has been visiting her mother soon take up residence there.
Mrs. Viola Comstock this week
I Mrs. Seabrooke left last week to
Mrs. Mabel Wertz and Norma Jean ! visit her daughters i i Seattle until
Mrs. Sarah Vincent has returned
called on Mrs. Frank Hurst Thurs she and her husband decide on a home as Mrs. J. C. Woods is improv
I definiate location.
ed enough to do her owu work.
Word has been received of th I The Seabrookes have e been resi-
birth of a eon to Mr. and Mrs. Paul I dents of Table Rock for the past
Mr. and Mrs. Maple and »on Allie
Ilartle of Glendale, Oregon. Mrs. twenty four years and will be great left Wednesday for Seattle. They
Ilarlte was formerly Madeline Com ly missed by this community.
spent Wednesday evening visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Merro are new friends in Cottage Grove. Continuing
stock of this community.
residents of Medford since moving on to Seattle this morning they w.ll
Philip Wertz was a guest of Mr.
from the Meade'place, which was re visit relatives for a couple ot weeks.
and Mrs. Frank Hurst Wednesday
cently sold to Medford parties.
Mr. Kenneth Hulburt is taking Mr.
Thinuning of pears is on in the
George McLean Jr. of Eagle Point orchards where the fruit is of fine Maple's place in the Jones' Grocery.
brought supplies to his father Sun quality this year.
Jerry Vawter, Jack Thompson, as
day. Mr. George McLean Sr. recently!
It is reported that the sudden sistant scoutmaster, and
moved Into his new house which he change in the weather Tuesday
built after the heavy winter snow s1 night brought a light frost in some Thierolf, all of Troop .1. Medford
will represent the Crater Lake area
ruined his old one.
of the nearby districts.
council at the fifth world Boy Scout
About four inches of rain has fall-1
jamboree to be held in Holland July
en in this vicinity during the past
29 to August 13. The three boys left
ten days and everyone is hoping that
Medford Sunday night traveling east
it will soo stop and give the crops a
with the contingent of thirty scouts
chance to grow.
of Crater Lake area attending ( the
Rev. ami Mrs. M. H. Pitcher of
Lester Wertz made a hurried trip
natioiiif 1 jamboree in Washington. D
Newberg, Oregon stopped for a short
to Medford Monday.
C., June 29 to July 9.
visit with Mr. aud Mrs. Flaharty
Mr. Gene Winningham of Glendale
Wednesday morning. They were old
joined his wife here Wednesday.
time friends. Rev. Pitcher was form
They plan to return to their home
Dr. A . R. Hedges
erly a pastor of a church in Grant»,'
Nnturo|iathlr and Chiropractic
I*ti yslcia n
Acute and Chronic Diseases
T A B L E ROCK
Electrotherapy Herbology, Proc
Mr. and Mr*. Paul Nltzschke have
purchased the lot adjoining them to
N EW S
Phone 170 Medferd 128 E. Main
the east from Mrs. Stella Obenchain
At the annual school meeting They intend to enlarge their chick
Monday Francis Russell was elect d en yards.
P E R L ’ S
director to fill the place vacated by
the expired term of Ralph Wilson.
John Nealon was re-elected clerk.
Established In your roinuiunil)
Watch and Clock
Playing kittenball is the evening
428 W. «tb St.
pastime of the young men in this
community since daylight is length
Graves Jewelry Shop
ened out and two teams have been
organized. One team was organiz'd
402 E. Main St.
among Modoc Orchard workers and
Rewound and Repaired
the other among young men outsid"
24 hr. Servlee----Reasonable Dot«-'
C L IM A X N EW S
Mr. Clem Finley was busy ail day publication of this notice.
Dated and first published. June
unloading a carload of machinery.
O. W NEILSON
25-— June 24. July 1, 8, 15
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF
THE STATE OF OREGON FOR
IN THE MATTER OF THE ES
TATE OF WILLIAM SMITH BLAIR
also known as W S. BLAIR, deceas
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has been appointed by
the County Court of Jackson Coun
ty. Oregon, as administrator of the
estate of William Smith Blair, also
known as W. S. Blair, deceased.
All persons having claims against
said estate are hereby notified to
present same verified In the manner
provided by law to the undersigned
at (he Courthouse, Medford, Oregon,
within six months from the first
Dr. C. W . Lemery
(Successor to I>r. J. J. Emmen»)
204 Medford Bldg,
I met Ice limited to eye, ear. nose,
and thrnav and fitting of glasse«.
Tel. M 7
Gage Motor Service
20 N. Grape Ht.
A ITO REPAIR SHOPS
Expert Auto Mechanic
Second Hand Rebuilt
At Bargain Price«
Call and see ns at
39 8. Grape St.
l/OVE’H HARDER SHOP
Expert Hair Cutting
Central Point, Ore.
Day At Night Service
Willard Dudley & C o .
W E. ALEXANDER
General Practice. Including Ob
stetrics and Proctology
424 Medford Bldg.
Wed. Nile is Cash Nile!
Hi t >I \ DI > I H \ in
DANCE WITH DYNGK
A t the
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
Old Time and Modern
Med ford, Oregon
Wc use only genuine factory
parts. All work quaranlred.
LKLAND CLARK, Agent
1» North Bartlett Ht.
I Construction Co, 1
; l Concrete Sand & Gravel 1 8
H O L L O W TILE
IR R G A TiO N PIPE
C U L V E R T PIPE
SEW ER PIPE
1155 N. Central
H ow to se e
Twice as Much
230 W. 6th Bt.
14 S. Ceutral
SEPTIC T A N K S
The designers of the new Gibson started out
to give you the biggest dollar's worth in refrig
erator history. Their ultra-modern plans m ade
possible the “ biggest refrigerator for its size"
in America . . . the M OST usable space for
sl.il> ( OVERS FOR OVER
Designing, Drapery Making
220 8. Orape
Now than may be possible for years to come
Having laid In a good supply of matertala this spring before price«
raised, we are giving yon the advantage.
T R O WB R I D G E :
Everything la t *Ma<4 Work
Huber, the Tailor
Neat 4« Mail Tribune
I n c i t e California
!• » n o t x i r a r a i l f a r e !
HIRE'S A WAY to double the
var.'eiy and interest of your trip
Flat. Go South on our Kenic
Shasta Route thru California. See
San hrancivco where the world's
two largest bridges meet. Tarry
a while in I.os Angeles in the
heart of Southern California's
vast vacation playground. Then
go I nt thru the picturesque
Houthwect. along the borderlands
of Old Mnito. Return West on
your choite of northern line
trains. You'll see twice as much
scenery, twice as many places,
have twice as much fun.
Ai d the coat * Fro». m ail u etiern
look at ill« diagrams . . they show hnw the new GIBSON
■a artnaUy larger in li able ipare than other» o( the »ante
rated •■<«. The revolutionary new Kr««r Shelf ia the
aerret. It eliminate« the -pare eating bo* type freewr with
ita connection» provide» another n-efitl »bell And Gib«on
favor» mi dth rather than depth — bringing everything “up
front.“ ) e». Gib*on give* you more apace for your looney I
And Gibonn give- you other “ PIJJS" convenience«, other
hidden value». I all and >ee the Gibaon — get the whole
■tory fir«l hand!
M a ih m -.lo n end O t t r o n p e m ii
the to n it no more tlam o trip
I freight EoiI ond both! Here are
G O O D W O R K & FIT
NIP * SIP SERVICE
Richfield Gas * Olla
W e are able to offer you
PENDLETON * PATTERSON
General Petroleum Producta
-1 » )—
examples of our bargain Fast-
h r g Ch** Tesirisf C«*r4
Ckieaga 1 14 44 1 M i l 157 IS
»ewYork 134.5« 1612«’ 19 75
•Coach i>«t Chicago and New Varh
All principal S P trains are
completely air-conditioned f
fas i cat 8 P a - or
OVMANOY Ur a /'a-r /- - Ml
Pasi*< BuiMi.g, Parties'!, Ovagm
GIDSOX ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR
SOUTH R D U Y -L D L
o n y o u r ^ a y E a stl
C. Earl Bradfish
RAW LEIGH P R oni’CTS
EDWARD W JONES
__ __________ H'NCHKS__________
NIP & SIP SERVICE
per Cubic Foot Means
Freshly Frozen Ice Cream
Medford Iron & Steel
IN DEB WOOD
ELLIOT FISHER CO.
CENTRAL POINT HATCHERY
5 Blocks East of Cheese Factory
Baby C'hicka— Leading Breeds
BUILDING U N ITS
\ e o Lunch
Medford's Oldest and
Sold — Rented — Bepatred
on Hay & Grain
When In Medford
T Y P E W R IT E R S
See ua for Fire Iumrance
44 N. Front
i North Riverside
119 E. Main
E X P E R T
Established la I M
Oregon Mutual Fire
UATCH and JKWKI.ItY
W. E. ALEXANDER
20 S. Bartlett
___________ L. C. Primes
HiIIart Erwin — Belly Furness
A U T O LO A N S
Groceries, Meat, Feed
“ Charge O f The
Dr. Geo. S. Jennings
A Good Place to Trade
- I RVICE
E R R O L E L Y N N in
HCRAP ntON, HTKKL. BRASS,
BABBIT & AI.CMIVCM
El»'-i)ilc II “ Fla-li Gordon"
Paid for all kind of
Next to Postoffice.
D A IL Y ’S
Official Sale A ScrvltV
T O P PRICES
Medford, C -gon
Johnny Mack Brown ill
Long distance hauling
20 S. Mr. Med.
Phone Medford 1732
» « Portland Ave.
SONOMA VALLEY CHEESE
On North Pac. Highway___
entered on June 23rd, 1937, I will
from and after July 23rd. 1937,
at the Law Office of W. C. Trill.
Suite 12, Palm Bldg , Medford, Ore
gon, proceed to sell at private sale,
to the highest bidder for cash in
hand, and subject to the confirma
tion of said Court, the real property
belonging to said estate situated In
Medford, Jackson County, Oregon,
and described as follows, to-wit:
Lo(a 3 and 9 In Block 2 Davis
First Addition to the City of
Medford, Jackson County, Ore
J F MUELLENBERG
W. G. TRILL
Attorney for fcistate.
34— June 24, July 1, 8, 15.
Safe Insurance at a Having
D A W S O N ’S
“ Bar 2 Bad Men”
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF
THE STATE OF OREGON, FOR
IN THF MATTER OF THE ES
KNOWN AS KATE SHEPARD, DE
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, administrator of
estate of Katherine, also known as
Kate Shepard, deceased, pursuant to
an order of the County Court of
Jackson County, Oregon, made and
Osteopath and Optometrist
CENTRAL POINT REALTY SALON
Shampoo, Finger Wave, Manicnre
ROSS & ROSS
Candy— Tobbaro— Fishing
Probate Case No. 8113
Noth1«“ of Sale of Real Pm|M‘rty
It O X Y