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CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
C E N T R A L POINT. OREGON.
Notice to Water Users
M u s in g s ^
tiy an Innocent Bystander
THURSDAY. AUGI NT » . IU.A7
FREE FRODI BERI:
M MIlKIt IU
250 ATTEND 4’H
T o B e G iv e n A t
H ig h School T h u r » .1
City Hall, Central Point unlawful for any person or persons
August 5, 1937 to use City water between the hours
To the Water Consumers of Central of 7 a. m. and 6 p. m except for
ning an ice cream social to be given
The kindliest thing God ever mud .
domestic aud business purpses.
on the high school lawn next Thurs
His hand of very healing laid
Owing to the scarcity of City v i e
All consumers of City water are
day, August 12. the proceeds to go
Upon a fevered world, la shade.
[ter, and In order to conserve t It • urged to co-operate with the City ot-
toward repairing the roof and put
His glorious company of frees
supply and avoid unnecessary waste, ficials in order that this regulation
ting new gutters on the library
Throw out their mantles, and on
the regulations as promulgated
>tl nia)r produce the desired results.
At the regular meeting of the I n July •», 19:11, are again declared to
Any person or persons convicted
More than 250 l-H Club members
Partial arrangements have been
dies' Civic Club Wednesday after
The dust-stained wanderer finds
he in force, effective at 5 A M . Sat* ! of violating this regulation shall be
parents, and friends attended the
noon Mrs Bert Hedgpeth handed In urday, August 7. 19S7, as follows:
punished by a fine of not more than
county-wide 4-H picnic at Jackson
her resignation as vice president on
110.00, or by imprisonment in the ford give a band concert during the Hot Springs last Saturday.
Green temples, closed against the
account of ill health
City Jail for not more than 5 days.
Practically every club in the coun
home made cakes will be served.
voted to accept the resignation with 5 A. M. to 7 A. M. and from ti P M.
Signed: L. HATFIELD,
Of noontime's blinding glare and
ty was represented and several dubs
regret and expressed the hope that
were there one hundred per cent. O.
Mrs. Hedgpeth would soon be able
And It is hereby declared to h‘ ! C l'Y TEX, Recorder
O ld C ity H a ll
Open to any pilgrim's feet.
I) Conrad, County Club agent, whs
The white road blisters in the sun. to resume her work with the club.
very much impressed by the good
B e in g R e m o d e le d
The treasurer's report showed
Now half the weary journey done.
turn-out and support shown by lo
that all bills for the material used
F o r F i r e H a l l cal leaders and parents of the club
Enter and rest, O weary one,
And feel the dew of dawn still wet
were paid and there was a small
A contract was let this week to
Heneath thy feet, and so forget
Baseball games, swimming.
surplus left in the treasury. The la-
_________________ Messrs. Swartz and Burkinan for th"
The burning highway's ache and fret
tether tennis during the forenoon
dies plan to repair the roof on th
Mrs Kenneth McCoy when her!
Mr Robert Fields has Just In- remodeling of the old city hall and gave the boys and girls an appetite
This is God’s hospitality.
a Burk automatic water sca putting in big doors in the front in which soon showed its effect on the
And whoso rests beneath a tree
stead of windows in order that the
was surprised to learn that he was a torn,
Hath cause ito thank him gratefully the rainy season begins.
large covered-dish lunch and the
fire equipment may be stored there
— THEODOSIA GARRISON
twelve and one-half gallons of Ice
and Ice cream social on the high
M r and Mrs. Earl G. Hoyt of An- in
• * •
cream furnished the clubs by Snider
A hose drying rack will be con-
school lawn next Thursday evening
Pomona Grange will hold a plcnlojtioch California were recent visitors
and Grover’s Creamery and the Ash
Folks, we found the most beaut!-
It was thought bes< to hold this at- at Jackson Hot Springs Sunday.
, at the Tracy home. The following " ruc,e<1 »"<1 ,he entire room prepar- land Creamery.
ful spot we have ever seen in all our I fa|r befor„ the rUïih of
friends and relatives
to ed for fire purposes. The old fire
Mr. H. C. Seymour, State 4-H Club
barnstorming up and down this vale' packing begins. Everyone is invited
Mr. and Mrs W. E. Edsall of Rem -1 Crater Lake during their visit, Mr. hall In the rear of the old city hall Leader, was present, and at the gen
of dears right in our own section of i to come out and eat Ice cream and
lay Nevada are visiting at the homf j and Mrs. Hoyt, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin will be used to store th. city grader, eral assembly following lunch, con
Oregon at that. We have always had ! bomp ma(1p pakp Thura(lav ev, uln(!
of Mrs. Effie Caster. Mr. Edsall will Williams and little son .Martin, Mr.
gratulated Jackson County’s local
an eye for beauty in God's great out-|
Thp ladlp8 of
Clv,c (.,ub fe(.,
return home after a few days visit. | and Mrs. John Uohnert and .llarlyn
leaders and club members on the
doors, and have been feasting our highly elated at having succeeded so
Mrs. Edsall and children will spend; and Doreen. Mrs. Tracy and Brnes- S a m p l e o f L o c a l
work they are doing and emphasized
eyes on .the artistic handiwork of well in their enterprise of purchas-
the summer at the Caster
home. | tine and Edwin. Mr and Mrs. Hoyt
Mother Nature in all parts of thes-
C l t i v S h o w s V a I n o the f“ ct ,h,H ■ ,hp voluntary work of
ing and remodeling a new home for ^ Wednesday evening they enjoyed a visited many points of interest bo
v^iay o n o w s v a l u e our lo(.al ,pa(1pr8 ,B r,.aponBibir for
United States So we felt especially
th* library and feel very grateful 1°^ turkey dinner and today th.»y are ■ fore returning home,
good when we discovered the finest the people of the community for the rnHking a fishing trip
E. C. Faber recently sent a sample the high rank of Oregon among na
tional winners in 4-H circles.
of all right at home, or nearly so.
loyal support given them. The build
Mr. Frank Lawrence and Mr. of clay from this vicinity to the Pa
ing is all paid for and no debts left
Mrs. Mary Vaney of St. Louie ar Tracy and Edwin went fishing In
land and requested that a test he 4 - H C l u b b e r s HoDe
Of course the nitre detail that the to worry about. Central
is rived Monday to be a guest at the Hvatt Lake Wednesday.
made. The company returned .1
place in question was over the line proud of the new library and of the home of her sister. Mrs. Viola Lamp-
T o W in Free T rip
in Douglas county don't man a thing good work accomplished by the lu_ man indefinitely, perhaps all winter.
Mrs (’ ora Brown of Nogales Arl- sample of burned clay product made
It belongs to Oregon and is mos: dies.
| Mrs. DeVaney and Mrs. Lampman's *°na is visiting her sister, Mrs. El
Hopeful of winning the trip to
a larger sample he sent them for
readily accessible from his district
sister from Portland may visH them mer Martin of Beall Lane who she
Pacific International Llvesto. k
Now, if the ownersof private resorts
had not seen for 12 years and her further testing.
Exposition tlii» fall sponsored by
M a y o r R e sig n s; T o
will forgive me, here’s how to find
neice, Mrs. Akers and other relatives
The First National Bank of Port
shipped In carload lots profitably
Travel For Y e a r
Mr. Mann reports that the fruli Mrs Brown will visit In Klamath
land. 4-H Club members tu Jackson
• • •
inspecor visi'ted the orchards around Falls and many points of interest
and 4-H fair complotlng
Anyone Interested may sec the
Just drive out to Diamond Dak
Mr J. O. Isaacson handed in his Central Point and reports that the here before returning home.
(right through the resort) and take resignation at the council mee;
fruit is looking fine. He reports tha'
Be sure and be present and get Shop.
th? Crescent Lake road up the hill Monday evening with resignation to Mr. Hatfield’s orchard which has
petition. Choice of a boy and girl
from the service stwtion. Just follow take effect at once.
not been irrigated has exceptionally some of that good ice cream at the
from every couirty In Oregon will
Ice Cream Social Thursday, Aug 12 N o r c r o s s F a m i l y
the main road to the junction of the
Mr. and Mrs. Isaacson left early good fruit.
be based on outstanding leadership
at the high school.
Bend, Crescent L a k e roads. Take the Wednesday morning for
aqd . oeHicrcuv-nt in ,1 u I l ■ usi U. . r.
E n tertain s V isito rs
lift hand Tond there. Just 10.2 miles Lake where they will stop for a few
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lough of Av-
Success of tthe 1938 contest ar-
Mrs. Alva Turnbow of
from the Diamond Lake resort you days before continuing their Journey enal, Calif., are visiting at the L. C.
by The First National Bank
Mrs E. J. Norcross, Mr and Mrs.
will come .to th“ falls of Clearwater over Skyline Trail to Bend and then Scott home. Mr. and Mrs. Iaruxb re and cousin were weekend guests at
through its own branch units and
to Mt. Hood. They plan on touring turned recently from a trip through the home of Mr. Turnbow s sister,
county agents brought widening o '
the w stern coast of Washington be the Yellow Stone and Glacier Na Mrs. Kenneth McCoy, being called enyos of Oakland have been guests the affair’s scope to include all of
You will find a forest camp near fore returning here in September tional Parks and other points of in- here by the dearth of Mr. Turn bow's
the bridge if you
want to stay
The Isaacsons piau on spen ding forest. They also report a dust storm and Mrs. McCoy's sister, Mrs. Asher friends hih I relatlv.» In the valley Walter II
Neff of Medford. Mrs. Neff was visit for several days. While here they a<-
awhile. Then take the forest
path the winter in Pasadena.
prresldent of the hank In charge of
! Little Miss Shirley Brenner who ing in Portland at the time of her tended n reunion of the Horkenyoa
through the big trees to the falls, a
Pacific International visit.
I lias been visiting relatives in Kla death. The American joins their family at Rogue Elk and also a big
distance of perhaps a hundred yards. E a s t e r n e r » V i s i t
many friends In heartfelt sympathy.
And If you arrive there in the after
Mr. and Mrs. Walter
(better BIG TA B L E IS GIVEN
noon of a clear day. we'll bet you
A t G i f f o r d H o m e .t,,rn hom" on ,he *,"KP Mond,,y
LIB R A 111' BY ISA At NON
will agree with us that it is the
Club was very much
Mrs. Calile Geer had the misfor and Mrs. E. C. Faber. Mr. George Warren, Mrs. Norcroae’s father, Mr.
most wonderful and unique freak
Miss Florence Gifford of Cleve
pleased when Mr. J. O. Isaacson pre
tune while splitting wood the oth'.r
of nature in the country.
land and Mrs. Vencill and son Char
sented the library with a lovely
evening to have a piece fly up hnd Faber were among those who At also visiting at the home of Mr. Nor-
les of Pittsburg. Penn., are visiting
table 14 feet long and 38 Inches
We shall not attempt to describe at the home of Miss Gifford's broth j hit her in the eye and she has a
wide. This table adds much to the
beautiful black eye. We very much Oregon Shakespearian Festival at Is with the Manning Co. In Los An
the glorious colors; the purity and er, Mr. T. J. Gifford and family.
of the llhrariun and also to
geles They plan on making at least
Mr. Gifford will take his vacation | doub‘ If » Prl*e fighter had a black-
clearness of the wartetr; the dazzling
the patrons. The ladies lake this
a two weeks visit h-Te
white of the falling mist; the setting this coining week and the in ou p
means to thank Mr. Isaacson public
Mr. Harvey Cassman and sons
the beauty go to the doctor she refused. In spite Lauren
of ¡trees, and so on. The whole form- plans oil visiting all
Scotts V i s i t S o n
„pot* of southern
during j of 8,1 ,n^u,Mt,v<‘ fr,endp that "
ed a néver-to-be forgotten plctur
James, Mr. Reynolds and son le*«
Go up and see for yourselves Ihe ■ their stay. Crater and Diamond | s*or' a,,d
In W h i t e F ish
for Lake o’ the Woods Wednesday
N o tice
next time you visit Diamond Lake.
Lakes, Lake of the Woods, Oregon Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hughes for a fishing trip Mr Cassman made
teais for chil-
Mr and Mrs. E. E Scott left Sun
Caves and many others.
or Route 1 a baby boy weighing 7 some rather raah promises to Mr.
Many dinner parties and other *o- pounds 14 ounces a« Sacred Heart Faber and this reporter about the
We hear the new mill is going to
Scott's son. Lester, and wife.
Miss plan to attend any of Jackson Coun-
start a double shift as soon as cer- rial affairs are being planned
surplus fish »they expert to catch.
hospital July 29.
Mildred Berger of Chicago was ex ty’s schools this fall will he given in
itaiu necessary improvements can be their honor. Miss Gifford is head
to Join them Tuesday They the Office of the County School Su
completed. Already the lumber piles
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hill and boys
Mr. and Mrs. James left Tuesday
perintendent August 23rd to 28th
are beginning to loom up against Cleveland.
Larrie and Jackson of Glendale and for a two days visit on the coast, j plan to visit there for two weeks
This does not apply to pupils in
the skyline out west of «he mill. The
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wright of Rose- Their daughter Helen accompanied
and Mrs. Scott for a visit here and Ashland or Medford. Appolnments
burg w«re Sunday visitors of the them.
mill has been shut down this week
R o o f B e in g
Los Angeles before returning to may he made by telephone or by
Virtu* f a m 11 v. Ce c i l Hill
while some n =
work In Chicago.
P u t On H ig H S c h o o l been visiting st the Virtue hom re-
Mrs. Jean Averlll, Mrs.
tum-d to Glendale Wednesday.
sister- In-law of Medford attended
The King is dead. Long Live the
Work was started this week on a
Mr. Wade Humphrey was a Sun the D A V. picnic in Grants
K'.ig! J. O. Isaacson this week hand- new roof on th“ high school build-
cd in his resignation as mayor of ing. Wayman Warner has the con- day visitor at the Gilbert Wright Sunday.
W R E S T L IN G N E W S
( Hl ltl ll (IF I IIHINT
thls city on account of the fact t h a ' ' tract for putting on the new root home.
Mr. T. 8. Gonderman was shop
Clifton A. Phillips,
Toots Estes, popular ex-champ of
he inends to be out of «own most ol 'and has started tearing off the old
Delbert Ayers is taking a two ping In Central Point Wednesday the Hawaiian islands, will definitely
the time for the next
Mr tar and gravel roof, which has never
Bible School I0 0U A M Roland
Isaacson's place will b- filled be L. given satisfaction,
leaked weeks vacation He and George M*-r- morning. Mr. Gonderman was burnt be seen on next week's wrestling
Hatfield, president of the council, every winter since the building was ritt left for Lake o' the Woods Tues out In the Bandon fire add bought card a* the high school field. Promo Hover, Supt.
a home In the Wolverton edition
Communion and Preaching I I m i
ter Mack Llllard said today. And, P
who » i l l serve out the term We ar hull* and which It was found Impo»- day morning.
may be Frankie Clemens, he of the A M Special music under direction
wondcrlng just who will he appoint- #|b|e to repair.
Nelda Avers returned from !<ook-
devastating Indian paralyzer, who of Mrs. Carl Hover.
cd to fill the vacancy on the council
The new roof will be .lohns-Man-
V in cen ts T o A tte n d
ing Glass Saturday where she was
Children’» Church for all age» to
will welcome tthe dean-grappling
• • •
! vllle White Top roofing, which has
M a i l C a r r i e r s ’ M e e t Toots hack to Medford after a long 8th grade. Mr». Phillop» minister
teaching Daily Vacation Bible school
W, hear that E. C Faber almo t been used on other buildings In this
for Mr. Randall.
Senior. Intermediate and Junior
absence. Although nothing is defi
had a conniption the (gher day when city for years and giv' n perfect «ai-
Mr. and Mrs Ed Vincent and son nite regarding the match, the Im- Christian Endeavor 7 :till p. m
he wanted a bath and shave and on isfartlon.
Mr and Mr* Hefts and familv.I Bobby will leave Saturday morning j pre*arlo~st*ied that "he was think-
Evangelistic Service 8:00 p. m.
account of the low water pressure j
Mr. and Mrs. Thompson and family, for New Orleans to attend the N :i-‘
"Where Are We, and Wh.it
was comp-lied rto heat water on th •
Mr and Mrs Emil Bendickson andltional convention of letter carriers, i the top main event
Shall We Do Ahuot It ? " We will re
stove and carry It upstairs to bis er begins their Camp meeting Thurs family enjoyed a Ice cream party at
Mr. Vincent go * as a state delegate
view all major past prophesies and
evening. Aug 5th to continue
bathroom on the second floor W e’d day
. . . _ __.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al Men They expert to he gone until the
see where we are Don’t mis» it’
hate to print what his thoughts were tili Aug. 15th. Services each day at . . . . „ a
.dlckson Sunday afternoon.
first of Sepember. During their ah-j
Prayer and Bible Study. Wednes
as he contemplated his current 10:t)A a. m 2 3« p m and 7 45 p
sence Mrs. Lola Richardson will car
day 7:45 p. m
m Evangelist Shaw of Callforn' i
month's water bill of Ik on.
Mr and Mrs Lester Childreth of ry the mall.
and Evangelist Hood of Kansas will Falrberry Nebraska vlisted at
Before leaving Mr Vincent hand
THE FEDERATED CHURCH
We »'Ish someone would ret on: a be In charge Come ramp on the Fred W iley home ovar the weekend
Do not despise your ill nation: in
ed In hla resignation aa Scoutmaster !
Rev R. C. Lewis, Pastor Phone SI
It you muat act, suffer, and conquer.
petition to the city dads asking the’ grounds and attend this meeting B«fore returning home thev visited
rhleh was regretfully accepted by
Mr. Kamberg. Supt. Sunday school
From every point on earth we are
a commission he appointed to look Plenty of shade and cold water. Can if'rater Lakn. Klamath
Falls and the grout Committeemen They state
Bible school 9:30 a. m
equally near to heaven and to th"
Into the preposition of buying water »at at ramp table». Free will offer- Portland
that Mr. Vincent has accomplished
Morning worship, 11:00 a tn
from Medford Cntil su< h an Impar , ing Come you are wel< om“ .
much good for the ord“ r in the past 1
Christian Endeavor, Junior, Inter
Hal Investtgartion is made, includ-!
Pink O'Connor has been laid "P|two years and they are sorry to lose
Mr Ai Bendickson aftey reading mediate, and Senior groups 7 00 p.
Inc the probable cost of constructing saving. " I f we only had Medford *»■ with a carbuncle. He expects to
le- hlm and appointed hlm a eommltfee- «he American last weeh ralllng Mr at.
'he necessary diatrlhuting system ' ter here." geu going and start thst able «o return to work Monday
Alexnnder down for selltng hlm a
Evening Worship 8 00 p. m
and the cost each user would have preliminary survey. Until the cos»
Asaistant scout msster Delbert Ay- Farnnm tractor when he thought all
to pay. we are all wasting »nr jean be shown In plain figures that
Phyllis and Margaret 0 “er re- ers aloa reslgned as assistant.
the tlm» he v a , buylng a McCorm- ering 1:00 p. m
breath talking about the matter
"he who runa may read."
are all furned home from a montba vi*lt | Mr Dale Rmlth was voted *•
to b- l*k-Deerlng Fa rmall Tractor Hut It
Thursday afternoon 2.00 p m.
talking Mindly Give
«he trn» with their aunt In Spokane They re- , ht B, w Rcoutma.ter and a o-w a - was all straightened out to
every jl^dlea Aid Society me#ts In the bane-
Now von folk« who hare
^l*»rt a fin» time
,slafant I* under considers'Ion
j o » - '* satisfaction
Lmetu of th« church
HOT SPRIHGS SAT.
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