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THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1 l*;17
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Gardner and little son
Pitcher Awaits Bijr
in Medford Anyone wishing one of
Don Patterson and Pearl Honney
thes tickets see Marshall Slmiuou Is
at Faber's Market. About 40 games [ f j ^ '
' i ' .h l"*k'' 'S||ndav and >'>’
remain to be plaved.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Homer » „ , 1
two daughters and son o f
field, Colora do are staying at o n «
o f the Hotel Yalandra cottages while
lookin g for a place to locate.
H om er was a form er grocery dealer
and is a friend of Mr. Marshall Sim-
nionds and family.
' ,her lht' laHt l’ a^, of ,h ** J°«rney. Af-
ter leaving to return home she re-
I C®,v#d word of the death o f this bro
Mr an dMr;. V rue Pendleton and
M r s P e n d le to n s sister Miss D ow n ey !
went on a fishing trip to Fish Lake
last Friday and caugh the limit
Bob F elle r. .e ig h te e n ,.o f Van Meter, Iow a, w ho holds the A m erica n
le a 6 u e strik e-ou t re co r d fo r a sin g le g a m e , is show n w ith S teve O 'N eill
m a n a g e r o f the C levela n d In dians
The sen sational youn g hurler who
w as sign ed to a $10,000 c o n tr a c t h op es to h ave a re co rd y e a r in 1937.
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port fishing not very good.
Mr. and Mrs. G orge March spent i
last week end at Dniismutr visiting
i Mrs. March s brother, Irvin Hurley
and wife. Mr. and Mrs.
motored to Dunsm ulr
birthday dinner In
o f Mr.
March's birthday which was June 28
was held on Sunday,
A marriage license was issued to
Leo B. Ohenchain and Syivora
The Golden Link class
will hold Learned.
The weddin g
an n oun ce
of ment will be in next weeks
Polo Shirts are ideal for hot w< a- their class party at the
The voting couple will make
tlier. The Men's Shop.
Friday afternoon. July 9.
home In Central Point.
Mr. E. C. F a b e r ’s brother and Mr.
Mr. Roy Jones will visit his daugh
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cummings and
Harvey Cassman spent Monday
ter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Dar
Lake o f the W o o d s opening up the
days rell Palmer at Crater Lake Monday
house for the 4th. The Faber family midnight Thursday for a few
Miss Geraldine Jones o f Dunsmulr
expects to spend the 4th at the
Mrs. R. W. Ager and family In Port- * G1 visit there also
Faber s Kittenball team played a land, returning h om e next Monday
Mis« Jennie Sexton return d home
gam e with the Modoc team Tuesday
from the hospital Tuesday afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Graham o f
evenin g on the high school field, h a
and Is much improved.
Chico California were
lier's team won.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Mr. John Bohnert Is ov erhauling
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Noel are liv week. Mrs. Anderson Is a sister o f his tractor and putting it In shapo
ing in their recently purchased home Mr. Graham.
I before harvesting starts.
while remodeling and
Mrs. Sarah Limbeck Is spending s i
SP E E D STII,I, G R E A T E S T RISK
few days in Klamath Falls with her
daughter. Mrs. W ard.
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list o f causes o f au tom obile
Miss Dorothea Hedgpeth
has r e - ,,| e« |n Oregon, notes
turned from a visit o f several days state
with relatives and friend
In Rose- flouting the speed laws last month
here precipitated 57 4 accidents, fou r
Mrs. Maude Snider and cousin vi *,u r 8-
sited at the l_ange hom e recently.
Dr. and Mrs. Fred Abbott o f Los
Angeles were callers on Tuesday it
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan are planning
the Edw. Jones and Chat Eide homes
to move on to the Art Clements place
Mrs. Abbott. Mrs. Jones and
Mr. Clements writes to them that he
Eide are childhood friends and all ;
wishes they would live there and
are alumna of the same colleg e In
look after place for
S nek and house fly
pray r at Alexander Implement Co.
All local grocery stores will
See our washing machines,
ander Implement Co.
Bov's Polo Shirts 19c al the Men's
Sat. O nly!
“ Trusted Outlaw”
I will tell
on July 4th.
U t h h «
I inn broke
G. M. Morri*
H a .Itn o n rt
-Hi7 E. Multi
Central Point Wood Yard
Every tiling to ryour piente
Pa|HT platea, cups, spoons, forks, napkins, c olored glasses, papers,
maga/.incs, sun hats anti films.
— I T ’S N E W —
The biggest improve
ment in hand
weeds in one
t j C ' Non.
Tin. ■ and
Return your films to us for expert developin g
Pitone I I Residence TOI*
STONE’S DRUG STORE
A t f 'I D ,
Get ou r prices on
Binder Twine, Sacks & Sack Twine
Refore you liny
See them at
Sec us for New and Used
Mowers and Binders
Ely Spray, 7.1c gal. Ilring Conta in er
I’ lpe A pipe fittings at Reasonable P rices
Finley Implement Co.
DILLS, 5c qt.
HAMBURGER, 2 lbs. 25c
EMIL S MARKET
203 W. Main
rt&nz **3S*r& sa.
Bowman \s Barber and
S o th ita
is t ’nah Kite!
Thur» , J><
I AI REI. and H ARDA
NOW A V A I L A B L E
H A IR D R E S S E R S
East Main, Mod forti
“ Walking on Air”
T r tn iiip li'
B LO C K S
Ihuirt, tIn* r lioirr of
l lo l ly wo < m | Stur»
W ed . O n ly
fie n e
T ile s .
P e M IH e 's
Joe Collins, Prop.
This A\ o d d Fatuous
a special for
Phone S O
toom T r
Grade A raw and Pasteurised
Milk & Cream
Open from 9 to 6
Later by Appointment
“ Cleanliness'' our Motto
5 for 25c
Open for Inspection at all times
a b> a it
Work Done by
Tltn.tigli a special purchase we
arc alile to give you this ex cep
tional wave at this very low price
“ The Plainsman”
C e c il
Gary Cpower — Jean Arthur
" H .ts H
Complete with Shampoo,
Fin ger AA’ave anti Hair cut
is0 *& 2 r
r e a d
H olt STEELE in
Make Appointment Early
Mr. and Mrs W alter
planning a trip to Brown's cabin on
Rogue River Sunday and Monday.
the Past Matrons Club,
arrangements. Every on e
their thanks to the Past
and Mr and Mrs. Elmer Kyle
their hospitality and the work they
did to make the picnic a success.
GENUINE O ll.
A b ou , fifty people en joyd the outing
Mrs, Belle Davis, mother o f Mr.
n .L J ,.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. W eid m er and
Win Musty is spending the sum m er I “ , b , e b c h ° o 1 t 0
four daughters arrived
Two Boy Scouts motored to Lake o f the
with her daughter and three
Buttes Colora do last Saturday. They W oods Sunday and worked on th<*
five days scout camp.
i The Churches
o f Central
Their oldest daughter has attended
Miss Elmira hide and Miss Dora have Just closed a most
Normal school tw o years and may
Mr. and Mrs. Glenford Dennee and | Sandburg o f Erdahl Minn
arrived Children's Vacation School and will
attend the Ashland Normal next fall. Glennie Jr. have returned
to their .last Friday for h visit at the Chat- give their final program and receive
One daughter graduated from
high home in Hawthorne, Calif (a suburb worth Elde home. The y oun g ladies
their diplomas on Friday 8 :0 0 p, tit.
the tw o | o f L ob A n geles) aiter a two weeks | are touring the West during their
at The Church o f Christ. Don't rail
younger girls will attend school here v sit with their grandparents. Rev. | vacation and will spend som e time to hear them.
friends of Mr. Marsh- and Mrs. Robert Charles Lewis, also with Miss Elde's brother and wife,
all Simmonds and family in Colora- Mb's Dorothy Snell returned
work taken from the course.
do. They have rented a house near, them having been here
M r and Mrs. Joseph Giringer anil
enrollment has exceeded 1 0 0 and the
the city park
and expect their furul- j week. They were all members of the son3 J o ‘‘ V and Herman of Edinburg,
Interest has been Intense. D. D. Ran
ture to arrive soon.
form er Texas were week-end visitors at the
dall. Sunday School Missionary will
¡c h arge of Mr. Lewis.
W hile here E dw - Jones home. They were accom -
he present to lead the singing and,
A 1 ton International truck for '
they were the dinner guests o f Mr. panied by Don Stanley on a trip to will give the diplomas.
sale at Alexander Implement Co.
| and Mrs Hill o f Central Point and Crater Lake on Sunday. The Glrin-
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis of Table Rock. gers reside in the lower Rio Grand j W)|lMK|| U M A L G IR L
Mr and Mrs. Mart W atson *>• 1 | They a l, f e „
,Qve w „ h Oregon j valley and are near neighbors o f u
VISITOR AT ItM H A ltD S O V S
three children. Mr. W a tso n ’s sist r
and are lookin g forward to another I brother of Mrs. Jones and Mr, Stan-
and Mr. John W ilson Torrence, who
Mrs. J. K. Rode
visit with their grandparents.
is with the Balsigner Motor Co., ill
of Klamath Falls visited at the W.
A group of twenty
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hanson spun’
A. Shell h om e Sunday.
the the week end at Fish Lake and r e - 1
Mr M. O. Mlnntck returned from
the hospital where he was taking
treatment for kidney stones.
hoped that an operation will he un
Nevita Chapter, O K S met at the
Modoc picnic grounds on Rogue Rlv-
er for the annual picnic sponsored
by the Past Matrons. AH members of
the Chapter and their families were
extended an invitation to attend
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Tu ck er cele
Mr. and Mrs Ira Orem Mr c h a r
brated their 25th weddin g anniver-
sity last Thursday. Mr. T u ck er says lie Newman and
I Mr and Mrs. Oil-
it is the first time he was ever mar man o f Klamath Falls were rec til
ried 25 years.
visitors at the Bucknian home.
g u ests
Past Matrons Give
Picnic for Lodge
Mrs. J. L. Mosher who was called
to ( alif. by the Illness and
o t her mother accompanied her bro-
Th eodore Glass home last
W. A. Shell has a new
evening. They enjoyed music pla y 'd
painted f o r his Square Deal Barber
on the violin and bass viola. Those
Shop which adds much to the a p
present came from Gold Hill. Tolo,
pearance o f his shop.
Mr and Mrs. Victor Noel received Herb Klssee, a radio singer, was one
word W ednesday morning that M-. of the group. They were all former
Noel's sister from Utah was visiting residences o f Arkansas or Missouri.
A com plete stock of fresh paints,
Medford. Mr. and Mrs. Noel enjoyed
dinner W ednesday with Mr. Noel s oils and brushes at A le x a n d 'r Imple-
sister and family at
Maxwell ment Co.
Frederic o f
h ou se
the home o f Mrs. n ode's uncle, Mr.
J. S. Richardson Mrs. R ode called
on many old friends in Medford aud
Jacksonville Wednesday. This is her
first visit since her graduation from
Mrs. Rode's father
o f Jacksonville
much for the county during his ser-
Otto Boh n er, and Mr Maust ;
Mr! and Mrs Walter Love made
mad, a b u . . . e « trip
Klamath a fishing trip to Butte Falls Sundav
r o v . m . ___
_ . they
. . con
Th ere are still
100 free sea *n tinued over the Tiller Trail
tick ts to he given away to hoys and report the road in fine shape with
girls under 14 years o f age, for the the exception o f about ten mile* be
soft ball league games to be played fore reaching the top
Men's W hite Trousers $1.05 and
$2 .25 at The Men's Shop.
M EDFORD LU M BER CO.
18 S. Central, Medford
New Ray and Kalor Machineless
Permanent Waves, S5.00 and $7.50
Frederics, Duart and others $1.95-$2.95 up.
Including Hair cut
Personality Finger Waves
A.k for H«ienorGi.dy.