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C E N T R A L POINT
PACK TW O
Loral Bank Shows
John H. Linville
Passes, Aged 70
t h l ’ R h d a y , j i l t
CENTRAL. POINT. 0 IU50ON
John Hale Linville, 79, resident of
Continued growth and Increased
Medford for the past 20 years, pass
j activities o f the I'nited State« Na-
ed away suddenly at the fam ily resi
i tional Hank are
dence on the old Pacific
W ASHIN GTON. D. C., July 1. fn d . I !■«••» published
a« of / u l y 5 at 1 a w after a short illnes*
day of Jamboree— Thia morning we June 39. H 3 " Deposit* o f $115,-
due to heart trouble.
fixed our art exhi b i t in the exhibit « 3 9 ,9 7 3 .x » Indicate a growth of oxer
Mr. Linville was born in Carroll
t tit and we a l » o fixed up our na me « ten million dollar* »lute the corre*-
county, Mo , lanuarv 14. 1967.
a year ago Re
and signs in front o f our camp a* a ponding date o f
spent his early life in Missouri, and
A trip to
Mount Vf rnon sources increased approximately ele cam e west many years ago. Mr. Lin
took up the afternoon. We took a ven millions, to a total o f $125.549.- ville was united to Hattie
river ateatuer up to the
of H ll 46 The Capital structure was al ough in 1914 at
St. Helena, Ore.
The ground* so enlarged by over a million dol They cam e to Medford in 1917.
are wooded and have a va*t expanse lars. to a total o f $9,502,11 4.27, and I
He leaves to mourn his departure,
o f lawn*. The hou*e, which ia the Loans and Discounts increased al tw o sons. Clarence C. Linville
large*t building on the eatate, i* the most six millions, to a total of $2X.- Sunnyside, Wash., and Arch ie
8an Francisco, Cal., one sister
"N ot only is the gain in deposits
"g r a n d fa th e r '* ” clock, the key to the
Carroll county. Mo., and one brother
haatiUe, the room in which he died
Thomas Linville o f Astoria. Ore.
and the numerou* peraonal poaxes- ment o f conditions ", said George T.
Funeral services will
be held at
afon* that belonged to him The main
the Perl Funeral
H om e
hou*e doesn't include the kitchen, Hranch. "but the Increase in loan« morning at 1 0 :3 0 with Rev
conservatory school or coach house o f more than twtnty -flv e per cent Millard offic iatin g. Interment in the
We *aw- Washington'* tomb. also. In
the evening we went to the Trading with which to carry on in business
Post and bought candy, etc.
o f business h ire at the local Branch
July 2, 3rd day o f Jamboree
Representative : Is in proportion to that o f the Hank i
Janie* W. Mott of Oregon came and as a w hole.”
Work Continued on
Lake Kim r V O a d
Crater Lake National Park, Ore.,!
July 8— I Special L— Further recon
struction of the
35 mile rim road
around Crater l«ake has begun for
the 1937 season with the establish
working on approxim ately five miles
o f clearing and gradin g from Kerr
Notch to Vldae Fall* on
side o f the lake. Park S u p “ rintend-
ent David H. Canfield said
Plans are underway for three
contracts which may
during the current
federal allotm ents are forth com ing
The Ram Orino contracting c o m
pany o f Bonneville. Wash., Is grad
ing tw o miles of rim road from Kerr
Notch on a new route high on the
eastern slopes of Dutton Ridge. The
Cpper Rogue Grange met July 1
with good attendance. It was voted
to jo in the Jackson County Cham ber
o f Com merce, in appreciation o f the
many favors they have given Grange
Postmaster Tom Pankey
that the business handled at the o f
fice is increasing all the time. They
are at present
weekly, monthly and yearly reports
and the increase is verv noticeable.
Miss Jennie Sextion who was ab
sent from the Central Point Beauty
Salon ow in g to illness is fully recov
ered and is hark in the Salon.
Dorothy and Zadie
the 4th at Crescent City. Jack and
Donald Smith spent the holidays in
project entails approxim ately 70 per
" k w or fc a,i(1 Wl11 M
tm completed until tii” end
1938 season. The Dunn
company o f Klamath Falls is g r i d
ing 2 9 miles from the end o f the
Orino Job to Vldae Falls. Over 5t>
per cent o f rock work
The contract is expected to be c o m
pleted this year.
T o rush the work
through, a new 2 ,~! cubic yard pow
er shovel has been acquir ed, in ad
dition to a one-yard shov 1 already
Each camp expects to em ploy l o o
in c om p lete
Em ployes are hired through the Fed
eral reemployment agency in Klam
ath Falls where applications must *)■•
Mrs. Guy Tex is •|M-n<ling the suiti.
mer at Prospect.
RICH FIELD & SIG N A L G A S
Radiator Seal, Fan Belts, Head Lights and
other Automobile supplies.
O W IN G ’S SER VIC E S T A T IO N
The cherry rush is about over and
growers are pleased with the results.
Air Map Contract
Let For Oregon
Zora Keln of Eugene was a recent
guest o f
Keln was a fo r m e r
Aerial mapping o f farm* In Ore girl and lived in the Cochran house.
gon under the A A A program will lie
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rohnert
resumed soon follow in g the
awarding of a contract for a'rptan«- j Delores spent Sunday and
urve\« o f Gilliam.
Morrow. Sher at ther cabin at Diamond Lake.
man and I'nion counties.
approxim ately j Mrs. Haxel Atkins. Melhurn, Leon
3459 square mil s was aw arded to ard and Everett and
the Hruhaker Aerial Surveys o f P o r t-, rence sp lit the 4th at Klamath Falls
land at a price per square mile of
Mr. and Mrs. C liffo rd Smith and
approxim ately $2.XX (>r $9959.04 for
mother, Mrs. Mattie Smith motored
the entire Job.
The hid o f the
»trnt to Ashland Sunday. After returning
proved to he not only the lowest sub home about seven. Mrs. Cliff Smith
mitted In Oregon but the lowest *:i received word of the death o f h r
the entire western region.
Survey« sister-in-law In Portland.
in California will cost from $2.90 to Monday morning to be with her bro
$3 19 per square mile, and in North ther.
told u* that he would take u* to the
U. 8. Senate and House on Tuesday
o f next week In the afternoon we
went to the Department of Justice
Hiillding. It I* a modern five *tor>
Wrestling gladiators o f Promoter
building that Is air conditioned
M ick l.lllard. for the next 10 w ek-\
saw film type* o f hull't*. Home of Dll-
tartinx Monday nteht. will he under,
linger'* machine gun*, bullet proof
the siart at the I'ghted high scho I
vest and bullet proof glass
Football stadium, it war announced
walked up the fifty-five flight« o f
last night by K H
step* to the top of the Washington
follow in g a
Monument. We could see the who)«
week of n gotfations
c't y from the top
We went down
tw o men.
in the elevator, which i* very slow
It w'll mark the first
We then went along the 1,000 foot
Medford's history that regular grap
Mirror Pool and the Lincoln Mem
pling programs have been staged o u !
The naan-* of all the state«
of-doors, and will darken the A r m
and the date* o f their admission to
ory lights, scene o f the matches for
the I'nion are carved In marble i t
Dakota approxim ately $3.75
Bill Lees w ho visited his sister in
the past fou r years, until early Au-
the top 0 f the Memorial. The statue
Ground mapping o f territory not Graeagle recently returned home i.i
o f Lincoln |* almo*t hig enough to
being covered by the aerial method : tlme to reIehrate thp , th wUh h j*
The announcement was officially
fill th whole inside
Is under way by use of ground crew - parentB
after „ fUhina frip )n
in ide through the medium o f type
July 3, 4th day f Jamboree
in many o f the counties
The per- wh,ch he almost tore the ha(.k out of
written notices, distributed to C o m
After cleaning up for inspection,
marient maps will be used
hls shirt was o ffe re d a ride to Kla-
mercial and Service league softball
we went to the Washington Airport.
per- math F a l u wlth a party. „ i l l hopped
t) am managers meeting in the M. N.
W e saw the transport plane* land
for,n ance by farmer* taking par. In on a8 „ and ram e home> , Pavln<; a„
Hogan Brokerage company o f f ic e by
and take o f f and we also saw the
pro- h|a rlothe8 etc
Russell Acheson, mem ber o f the high 1
blimp land and
tak u o f f
school coachin g
times There is a big swimming pool
Aerial mapping which was
Mrs. John Ross and Mrs. Luther
elected manager o f the Medford Soft-
at the airport In the aftternoon w.*
first for this purpose in Oregon and Deuel left for Portland this mnrn-
ball association The notices
went to the Smithsonian Museum of
Washington has been widely adopted ing where Mrs. Ross will undergo a
signed by E. H. Hedrick,
National History We saw skeletons
th roughout the United States
as a m ajor operation Monday.
tendent o f city schools
dinosaurs, minerals, Jpwels, 100 d if
relatively cheaper and im proved m e - 1 o f June Mrs. Ross went through the
Work will start immediately
ferent types o f antique pianos and
thod o f carryin g out this important clinic and was told that an operation
making the necessary
lot* stuffed animals.
We then wpii *
lighting and seating
across to the Smithsonian Instltut'
at the stadium. The ring
We saw the "Spirit of SI Louis,” the
Mrs. Milton set a bantam hen on
brought from the Arm ory and iilaced j
"W in n ie Mae,” which was Post and
; some quail eggs and while a num-
directly in front o f the grandstand I
(¡a lly 's plane, and one of the Wright
j her hatched on ly tw o of
on Monday. Promoter
W e saw pome long ship m o
little birds are left.
surround the arena with his own
SA LEM ,
21. XI it
dels, which were built to the most
five little bu ff orphan bantams.
500 reserved seats and pla tform and |customers o f the California Oregon
We also saw one of
tentative plans call
for the entire Pow er com pany received rate redne-
the first steam locomotives, one o f j
thrown open to tlons totaling 110.3,500 annually tti-
George Washington's carriages, »tui
dav. the result o f negotiations
th»‘ uniforms of all the officer* o f ail
tween the com pa ny and Public Utili
the countries in the World War. We
ties Com mis sioner N. G. Wallace
stayed In this interesting place abou'
The company reduced It* rates In
W e went to the section
the dom estic and com m ercial light
al campfire in
played game* while |t was still K k lit
users each receiving $5 annual re-
ind then stories wer». told
PIMI'EH I t i l i .11 I, Y in A 12
Mr and Mrs. H I Fleischer have ductions and 3030 commercial llght-
the camp fire
July 4, 5th day of Jamboree
We went to church services this their daughter. Elizabeth, to Carol
Dorsey Flaherty was home
We had chicken for din Wall, son of Mrs Nellie Wall
Date for the wedding has been set the 41h . HI* father's brother
ner and it sure tasted good. In tie’
for July 10. The service will lie sol- wife cam e with him from Oakland.
afternoon we wet swimming at th”
They have slide* and cmnlz d at the home o ' the bride's Calif. It was their first trip to Ore
parents before a small group o f rela gon. They visited CrHter and
high diving board* there
W e hH'i
tive* and friends
mnnd Lakes while here. They report
supper early and then we marched
The announcement will c o m e as a It was sure wonderful sight to sec.
to the arena for
surprise to the many friends of th
Mr. Flaherty's brother works in the
President of Hoy Scouts Walter W
young couple here
Miss Fleischer Navy Yards as a Ship Builder
Head gave an opening speech Th' >«
fou r ministers gave long
speech* * attended Medford high school and is Vallejo, Calif
W e sang songs and then Lanny Itoss a graduate o f the local high school
Mrs. D ick son ’s daughter and grand i
the radio singer, sang Recessional Mr Wall also attend 'd Medford high
K la da ughter from California are visit
Then he sang another song and th n school, graduating from
ing at the Dickson h om e Mrs D ick
he led one. At the end " T a p s " were math Falls high school
Both arc well-known and the w ed son has been ill and Is confined to
played with echoes In the distance
ding will he o f much interest
Wrestling To Be
In Open Air
Copco Rates Cut
M E D F O R D L U M B E R CO.
IS I3 I I .
Î Ï 'J Ü
Miss Fleischer to
Wed Carol Wall
In July 10 Rites
Phone ,’tl I
Prices for Sat. only.
Mr. and Mr* W M Kamhurg are
visiting their son
Yakima and expert to return Satur
day. It la the first
have had In a number o f years
A »"9 ” Clfi cof(* t
M M . m +
A « 9 y t W * — 9*d f'OsMy
S emn II unh
4 lb. Pkg.
Maks »ruir refrigerator I a • ( '»
rot “ S O M E T H I N G EXTRA* In
armies and enjoyment! For »ism
r t b s Magic Freer r Shalt
P n a illv s Air Circulation Control
. . . Th» Handy Swing Shall . . .
all exclusive Gibvon feature« You
,'*v no more than for an ordinary
refrigerator . . . why
wfir r ant get these
and many o th e r h e t l lp i f u
>alue«? Drop in tnda» w y /'ll
•how you th» EXTRA DIVIDENDS
‘ ‘Let’» Make A
N ile la Cash
Thiw « , Erl.
D OR OTH Y LAM O I'R
“ Jungle Prince**
\ u 4 »ora
S 40 oz. Pkg.
C’ lltSO S ELECTRIC
t n rve t ut
H h U i I H m r
H opkin’s Service
G olden It ip*'
W aterm elon:
F a n c y C a lif o r n ia
l.o u e -t Market Prit-’
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Final Episode "F lash G o r d o n "
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Featuring fancy Steer
in our Modern Market
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