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CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
C I N T R . i L POINT, ORBGON,
M u s in g s ^
Oy an Innocent Bystander
Well folk«, we guessed it right
We said that the first thing Karl
Fehl would do when or if he ev r
returned to Jackson County would
lie to demand his office bark. And
he did just that thing, or at least
he filed a document stating that he
was still the "duly elected and
(|ualified County Judge of Jackson
county" and as such was prepared
to again take up the office.
T H l R.HD.W, A H i I S T
I » . 19.17
ICE CREAM SOCIAL Brother of Local
VERY SUCCESSUL; Lady to Be Heard
ELKS BAND PLAYS In Piano Concert
\UMHER I I
Crowd to Safeway
It takes a chain store to bring out
crowd. And It is especially n >-
livable that the best way to get peop
le out is to give away something for
nothing. I.ast Saturday's Safeway
drawing proves that beyond a doubt.
knur times that day a drawing
was held and a barrel of groceries
given away each time. And the store
Coming as a surprise to many of
was crowded to the
limit at all
their friends was the announcement
drawings No one supposed Safeway
of the marriage of Miss Alice An
had so many customers here.
il etuon, daughter of Mrs. L. D.
At t.he first drawing the winning
Paine and Robert Blake Webb, form
ticket was held by Mrs. Wagner.
erly of Prlnevllle, now a teacher and
Then at the first drawing in the
coach in the Central point gramniur
afternoon George March was the
lucky man At five o'clock Mrs Booth
The quiet ceremony was solemn
carried home the bacon, as It were,
ized at 4:30 o’clock Saturday after-
and in the evening Mrs. Dunlap
noon in the study of the First Chrls-
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itlan church at Medford. Rev. James
to last many a moon.
Hamilton reading the service.
It is reported that George Ohen- |
tending the bride and groom were
chain of Trail won (he Most Artistic]
| the bride's mother, Mrs. Paine, and
Beard contest and received the prize
i H. W. Gust in.
of 125 in cash. Both Medford Safe-
The bride wore beig ■ wool suit
w'ay stores as well as the rent ml
with brown accessories and a corsage
Point store were Included in this
contest, so Mr. Odenchain had plen
The happy couple left for Lake of
ty of coin pet lott.
the Woods, returning here Sunday
i where they have a cottage at the
The bride has resided In Ashland
and Medford most of her life and is
a graduate of Southern Oregon Nor
DEAL with the faults of others mal school. She is associated with
as gently as with your own — Alien the Medford city schools and was a
former teacher In the grade school
It has been reported to us that
here where she first met Mr. Webb.
Hal Jewett may have to take his
Mr. Webb has been a member of the
scout work over— tliHt he thinks a
Central Point school faculty for the
hatchet Is to cut your leg with.
past year and is also a graduate of
Jimmy Gleason Insisting on sleep
The ice cream social held last
Mr. Fratiklin B. Lautier of Colum
On his return in 1925 he accepted
Thursday evening on the high school
will give a concert the position as Dean of the Music
lawn by the ladies of the Civic club
was very successful affair. About Tuesday Evening Äugest 24th at the Department at he Christian College,
$.15 was added to the fund being First Methodist Episcopal Church Columbia, Missouri, which position
raised to put on the new roof on the at 8:15. He has many friends In the | he now holds,
valley who are anticipating this con-!
In 1927 he appeared as soloist
We may be all wet. hut we have library building.
the Minneapolis Symphony at
About twenty members of the Elks
always been under the impressing
I Contrary to the belief of many Columdia. Mo. under the direction
when an office-holder was
i Mr. l.auner has not devoted his en- of Verrbrugeu playing the Grieg
convicted of a felony and sentenced occasion under the direction of
tire ltfe to thè study of piano. He | Concerto. This concert was held in
to a term in the penitentiary and
his music studies
in thè Auditorium of thè University of
actually served that sentence t h e ! a« the local high school, who is this
Missouri. Mr. l.auner recelved very
office at once became vacant until
tilled by the appointment of sonie- organization. The band gave a very man at the a* p of 19 Teaching favorable crltioism from the local
added in 11 country school at the same time and State papers. In 1929 he re-
bne to fill the vacancy until the
1 ,n ° rder t0 pay hl* way' LatPr hp ,urnt,d *° Europe for a study with
next election. And in the case of
Kehl that was what happened. The Following the concert the members M,ud,ed ln Portland for a short while Philipp Since being in Missouri,
Governor declared the office vacant of the band were given a treat of wi,h Mrs' Thomaa Carrick Burke Mr. l.auner has appeared in many
and appointed Earl H. Day to fill the ice cream and cake by the ladies of I In ,hP 8Ummer ° f 191* he Joined ! places in the Middle West In Concert.
i ,hp nav>' and waa ln “ ctlve service being Sololat with the Jefferson City
vacancy until the next election. And the club.
Though the courtesy of Buperin-1 for ono y* * r ' and the Naval Reaerve Symphony this lust
at that election Karl Day was over
whelmingly elected on his own tendant Jewett, the ladies wer- given , for ,bree yt*ar«. spending his sum- during the last season he played a
the use of several large tables front: nters in ship service. After the year recital
to the J Teacher's Association ultd the Musi
the sewing room of the high school,I in the Navy he returned
schoolroom and at the same tlm •1 Federation at Louisville at the
And since taking over tlie office. as well as a numb r of rhairs. This
studied w ith Mrs Lillian Petri in j Brown Hotel. The Louisville Courier
Judge Day has proved himself t
Portland, now instructor at Oregon speaking of his appearance there
very capable and painstaking offic-
State. He remained as a pupil of j said In part: "Mr l.auner created a
la 1. It took quite a while to straight- 8 P»l'Hc gathering and may expres
Mrs. Petri for five years, during 1 very favorable impression us a «Mil-
en out he muddle in which Fehl and slons of P ic t u re were heard Also
,,mp hp b«“came head
the cert pianist. He played the E Major
he rest of his gang left the county
at I Nocturne of Chopin In an outatand-
finances, hut now the county affairs
* nlvaralty (1922-1924). .tig manner
are all going smoothly and we don't Oregon Power company in furnishing I "
ness. Earl Fehl had his chance and «" «he second story windows of tbej • ■ » » « • in ( ’ h,ca« "
at" dv with , Latrner teach«, is a school for «iris,
made a miserable failure of It and , hi* h »«hool building and lighted up I ' pn J ,,ra n* Pr
,,P app a,pd ' V nd
,he 0,rt,'", * ‘rl 8 Jun,or t’° l*
ing with his hoots on after he re
now he la A L L THROUGH in Jack-I «he grownds very nicely
and town,‘ ,hr,,UKht th° lege West of the Mississippi.
turned from Klamath where he was Coffee Shop to
state in concert and as soloist for
son county. He may live here if h ■ j ’«’he ladies of the ( ivic club feel
many organisations. After resigning Phi
Music told that cow hoys all slept with
so desires, so long as he behaves h'm i VHr>' grateful to the people of the
their boots on.
Open Next Saturday
self, hut his dav of political leader- «immunity for the support given j ,ro1" 'he position at Willamette h-
Mr. and Mr*. l.auner will arrive
John Ross doing the cooking since
| to have the library all finished soon eminent Isador Philipp, spending in Central Polut about the 20th .o
Mr. and Mrs. George Hayes will
one year and a summer in study In be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett his wife returned from »he hospital.
But to turn to brighter thing? ,»o as to turn their attention to other
in th •
Paris and Fontainbleau.
He savs that way she will hurry up open up the Coffee Shop
Got a big kick out of listening to matter* for a while The buying and
Peart Building Saturday.
and get well in self defence.
Glen Jackson at the Chamber of j repairing o f the library building has
Mr*. Hayes have had experience
Commerce directors' meeting ad- been a big job and only by th" Mrs. Frank Clark
Tw o Die in Auto
Constable Hedgepeth painting the along these lines and will serve both
vocating that someone ouRht to slip ! » " 1^ p«fort
the emir community
regular m n Is
Inside of the new Fir* Hull. If you lunches cud
down some dark night and do awav . " ’ "W It trave been accomplished,
Entertains in Honor
Smash Near Selma look twice you can tell it Is the hail building has been freshly papered
with the big sign at the north end of
and painted, counters, tables and
he Is painting
Central Point calling
attention o N e w
O rayh ou n d
rhairs have been finished and many
the cut-off to Crater Lake. Bro. *
One of the boy srouts reports that more new features are being platin'd
GRANTS PASS, AUM 1 H.~ ( A P l
Jackson was not aware that Central
Stages in Service Mrs. Frank Clark of Ashland In- An automobile tragedy un the Mr. Stone should take signaling for the convenience of the public.
tertained at her home Friday Aug. Redwood highway near Selma la'o over.
Piont was represented on that board. |
13th a number of relatives in honor yesterday killed the mother «if 15
Not a bad idea for us to have a
We have It on good authority thut Jas. M cDow ell Gives
watchdog to keep a weathered eye Representing the last word in mod- of her husband's birthday. A boun childenn and a 10 year old girl.
Ding Copenger ate 9 pieces of pi '
out for just that sort of thing, eh? [ern motor coach design, a fleet of teous dinner was served at noon.
The dead were Mrs. S. J. Blak ly.
Chairs to Library
Grayhound Cruisers Is now being Those present were Mr. and Mrs. 30, and Goldie Hargett, both of al-a-mode and topped it of with a
milk shake at the Coffee Pot and
For six y apt this paper has been placed in service between Portland Claud Clark. Mr. and Mrs, Earl Rouge River.
one of the twins Pink or Blue are
We think it fitting at this time
as one crying in the wilderness urg and San Francisco over the Pacific Owlngs of Ashland, Mrs. U. L. Neal
They were crushed to death In going him one better soon.
ing the people of this town to'beauti- Highway Mount Shasta route, ac- of Central Point, Mrs. Oliver Ward
should he made of
stantly when a car carrying 11 per
one friend of our Library who has
fv the town.” "plant more flowers j cording to L. D. Jones, Traffic Man- of Grants Pass, Mrs. Hell Livingston
sons turned over after blowing a
Mr. and Mrs. Arlle G. Walker of always been ready to help In any
of Omaha Neb. and Mrs. Chas. Wal
and more lawns."
have j ager of the bus company,
: McMinnville visited at the home of way needed and when ever railed
Pioneered and developed by Qrav- lace of Condon Ore.
| Mr. and Mra. Ray Burns this week. upon, Mr. James McDowell.
Mrs. Livingston and Mrs, Wallace!
and the like. And we have contin'i- hound officials, the new Cruisers
r' ^ r. ° f ,h* ' “ r I k 1,1 8 ; Mr. Walker is Circuit Judge of Yam- the Library was new and sadiy In
ally repeated the call to one and all which will serve these routes are the are Sisters of Frank. Ellis and Claud I . V * ' '
need of chairs he loaned them 1 I
to come to this town if you want
j r**atiIt« ofmuch preliminary expei i- Clark and of Mrs. Neal and Mrs. '
™ m uT
h" ' <* ,,,,' y MrH Walk, r »" a
and now that, they have a. larger
i of '>,r- «»urns,
have a comfortable
home among j mentation and incorporate many Mard. Mrs. Neal and Mrs. Wallace! - tu red - arm
and better library he has presented
good neighbors. But now the tint" improve ments made after two years have not seen each other for 20 years |
Seven other persons following In ; «). C. Achernian Is painting the G.
them with *> more making in all
has come when we
can no longer Gf road-testing under all conditions although they both live in Oregon.
a truck gave assistance at the wreck i c Pli r key pi l e house W h e r e
20 rhairs. The Civic club and all of
Mrs. Cha?. Wallace of Condon Ore.
conscientiously continue with such of service. They bring to Oregonian?
The two groups were hound for
the friends of the public
a program What's
Why the finest equipment and esrvice a-¡and .Mrs. Beil Livingston of Omaha,
Present City, Calif., for a three-day
take this means of thanking Mr. Me
should we try to get people to com ■ j vallable throughout the nationwide Nebraska returned to their homes
holiday for Rogue River Girl Scouts
A very good friend of Mrs. Rob Dowell for all the help he has o
Here to live, or to persuade those a!- i Grayhound system, according to Mr. | Sunday after spending the past two
ert Webb who was married Satur kindly given.
ready here to do more to make the; Jones.
"weeks visiting freinds and relatives
day afternoon called at her home
place more attraetlva when It ap-
incorporate? in Central Point and Ashland Ore. Faber» Attend Big
Saturday morning td bring (at that
ears wp haven't enough water to sup-1 many improvements in motor coach
KING AROUND HOME
ply our present population?
with her to Central Point to spend
In the rear to reduce sound
l the day and at firat refusing to take
So until something is done te.mid vibration. Accommodates thirty-
The market stalls are literally
« lit IH II OF CHRIST
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Faber and no for an answer The same party
remedy the situation so that snfflci- j seven passengers who ride high, can loaded with temptnlg fruits and
Clirton A. Phillips,
being very much surrprised to hear
ent water may be had to warrent Nee over the tops of other cars, and vegetables, despite the report of the Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Paske attended
trying to make a bigger and better |enjoy » better view of the highways, U. 8. Department of Agriculture that the northwest Kiwanis convention In
Bible School 10:00 A. M Roland
town here, we are going to just do j Baggage in special dust and water- a large percentage of the American
Lavene Hiikey buying a pop gun Hoover, Supt.
as the rest do and just sit down and proof compartments beneath the|peop! are not getting enough "vita 1000 members were present. Mem
Communion and Preachng l i on
at the drug store Monday.
attend srictly to our own business, floor.
mins A and C foods". It seems
We have talked till our jaws are
Built of aluminum alloy, the new incredible that enyone could resist Washington. Idaho and British Col
Junior and Intermedia'''
We have about decided that Cen Senior,
sore for the past few we?ks about bus has greater strength and yet them with their variagated colors umbia eleven districts being repre
f'hristain Kndeaver 7:00 P M
the situation and have got nowhere. the w. ight of the vehicle Is two tons and enticing odors, even though sented.
Kvangelestlr Service 7.30 P. M. SubJ.
Mr O. I Griffith
of Olympic, in the valley practically every car
We have told our readers just what less han present equipment . Alumi there was no appreciation of th
that has an accident either to the "The Ten Commandments." We will
the situation Is and uow we ar • num window sashes are equipped » p o r t . n l part they play I . main- * “ • ■ « * «
answer the following qufstUins; —
Along with milk. Prnor and Ewrett •’’■ h r was named I
going to just take a back seat and j wfth anti-rattle devices and all wind- t.inlng health
Everyone or nearly Dose Communism and Modernism
I't someone else take hold
own are fitted with shatterproof they art* recognized as the most1 Houtenant-governor for this district.
break the 1st Commandment? Has
Roseburg. every one that has a session with
* * *
is individually important foods In diet. They are which includes Eugene.
the state police are also from here America gone to se i| on Religious
known as the “ protective foods" for |
Bend, Klamath Ealls, Bend,
Why should we urge the people to| controlled by earh passenger
Figuring by the law of averages It Liberty? Vern (Sonny) Hanson and
plant more flowers, more garden«, j The new-tvpe. individual chairs thev protect the health of the Indi-1and •',pdf«"-d
Th"y returned home
must be the largest city we know Phyllis Robertson will sing a duet.
In other words, they are|8unday and report a delightful trip,
more lawns? Those of us who have are built for relaxation on lonz trips, vidual
Prayer and Bible Study. Wetl
that we have a big percentage of
done so are having the pleasuret ? t ,
four reclining positions, more excellent "vitamin A and C foods". I
7:45 P. M Woodrow Phillips. D -
steady reliable folk« here.
of seeing them die hv inches for t h e j j,g room and adjustihle footrest«,
Dring the summer month? when I W R E S T L IN G N E W S
Sometimes when we read of the|votlonal Leader and Don Stanley !»
lack of moisture. For there are s I
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fruits and vegetables are most avail- |
troubles of our town men we «tarf|a"l«ed to continue his interesting
lot of ns who cannot afford to d i g (
I.M H IN tiKS
able and as a result, most reason-!
Marshall Crater former wrestling ont to get a story about them
We ¡study of 1 Timothy.
wells and buy pumping plants of our
A kiss is always a pronoun be-1 able, they should he served generic ! Instructor at the University of MIs- ask the city recorder, he never heard
Our prayers are with the many
"wn. especially those living in rented raase "she” stands for It. It is mas- f ualy and often. They are most re- soar!, and Mohby Wagner of New of them
We a»k the postmaster, sick in the church at the present!
hmis-s. The city officials say“ we
rulline and feminine gender mixed freshing served raw in salads I" Hampshire, will be two new face« while he could not give us any in
do nothing" many business men ex- ' ther»fnre common
their natural state one is aasured , |„rw| grappling addicts will nee next formation about them as
THE FEDERATED I H t l t t l l
pres? the same attitude, so what s I
|j |g a conjunction because ft con-, that none of their essential elements ■ Mondav night
Promoter Mack Lll never heard
___ __ o f them.
Rev. R. r . I jew Is, I'astnr.
have been lost In the cooking pro- |,rrt ««id today Although the eom -. story at all the stores, they tell us I
It Is an Interjection:
at leas If
alweys^enjo) around p|e»e program will not be announced j thay were
wondering themeelves Mr. kanihurg, Mupt. Humlat h «I» o «>I
¡raw carrot« combin'd with ralaina j
tomorrow the promotor stated who It could be
American A d *
sound? like one
Hometimes beat us, Bible ftrhool, 9:30 a. m.
alls fo r.o r «hredded cabbage combined with . that the abovi two worker« were j to It and ask us If we ever heard o f!
Christian Endeavor (Junior
Get Quick Result “
p,ural b^a,,,p onp
dcfinllly on the bill.
the party In question
, S nlor groups) 7:00 p. m.
Last week Mr. V L. Ferguson [It ts singular hrrause nothing el*e|
However, we must not forg-t that) Llllard alao said that several other
A stranger stepped into a hard-!
Evening Worship, 9:00 p. m.
placed two classified ads and a small . is like It.
milk .alao. I* a "protective food
n#w eomera were «lateq to make ap -jw are and
Of 'ourse he | Prayer meeting Wednesday even-
display add in The American,
for I .% kiss can be conjugated, but
It and every bit aa important aa th* pearaneee at the local open-ai
wa« going duck hunting
whl' N he paid 11.40
la a preposition because )f g o v rs- , trutte and vegetables f'hee«^ offers
tbe near future
Just in receipt of a letter from ( ' Rev Lewta ia on vacation and Itev
This week In ordering the a d ‘ i the object of the "case”
an excellent means of getting more'
Ifrtend of mine In the East
He re- D. D. Randall will preach both to
discontinued. Mr. Ferguson stated | However. It Is not an adj'ctlve. milk Info the summer diet. Pottage
Through a mistake last wefc It ports fair crop* but
- t l r m * the morning and evening
that this small investment brought because It cannot Ite 'Outpaced, hut rbeese combined with free* pear* <t w„ n<„ mentioned that the 1 1 *9
bwat , n(j hot wind*
Missionary Society will meet wBIr
an immediate return of $97 5« •* a phraee that expresses
pea- hes. shredded American ebeeas permanents given at
Centra) t heavy
oil of tbeir crops *o why
Mrs. H W. Davisaon at Table Rock
Fairly good intreat, we'd say
It ts never declin'd
and pineapple are all romhlnatlnoa ■ p „tB, Beauty »alón until Sept U , BO, b* content In the Rogue River Everyone wishing to go he at th<~
Try It yonrself. some time
— The Cardinal. Cornine
• hat are old favorite«
¡ are for æbool girla only.
j valley and smlls a little.
church by 2:00 p m. or call 79.
So w h a t? —