The Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1936-195?, September 02, 1937, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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T H im O A V . B B IT E M BEH
C E N T R A L POINT AM ER ICAN C E N T R A L POINT, ORBOOX
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ins?
Thanks
W a n t e d — Everyon e who sees ou r
paper to rem em ber the date. Sept.
IS, and tell all the neighbors about
Mr. and Mrs. B a r l b o l o m e ' » w th
that cook*-d food sale given by the to express their thanks for the P1|.
Civic Club at the library.
ronage and many acts o f kiadne**
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. James Ross
they have received during their srav
of Central Point, a boy weighin g 6
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Uarnum o f in Central Point.
T h - y have mart
pounds and 11 ou nce» in C om m u n ­ Cidervllle arrived at th ree o ’c lo c k
no plans for the im m edia te f u t u r e
ity hospital an Saturday Afternoon. Sundday m ornin g with the three lit-
and it may be that they will lo. t
August 28. The baby has been nam­ j tie hoys. Gerald. Ray and Roland
in or near this city.
ed James LeRoy. Mother and child
Glass. who had been spending the |
were progressing splendidly today,
summ er with them.
They had to |
we are told.
return immedia tely and persuaded
Mr and Mrs.
Ross
have
one
Mr. aud Mrs. R andolph Glass to let
daughter. Vivienne, who will enter
Jack son C ou n ty will sell to O
Gerald return with them and attend
high school this fall.
highest bidder, f o r cash, graders,
s c h o o l there.
fresn os and oth er
machin ery, on
< I VIC « U l l HOI.Its MONTHLY
W
ed
n
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a
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.
Sep
tem
ber
15th.
Mr. and Mrs. M F Young plan
Mrs. Gladys Meebe i* visiting her er*l days
W anted— 5uo ladles from Central
MEETING A T CIT Y L IB R A R Y
to make a business trip to Cottage
sister Mr» P. H Rudrow In Losi
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Point and vicinity to furnish eatables at 2 : 0 0 o ’c lo c k p ni., at the Coun'y
Angeles for a number o f w eek*
Mr a,,d
J 8 W ,U on a,,d ‘ w ', Grov. Saturday, returning Sunday
such as on ly they can concoct for the Shops, on Barnett R oad, adjacent to
The Civic Club held their regular
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childern have rented the C ole house.
Civic Club C ook ed F ood sale Kept. the Fair G rou n ds south o f Medford.
me ting at the library Wedn esday
JACKSON COUNTY COURT
Mrs. J. A. Johnrud of Portland j Th#Y r •’“ nUr m oved from the coast Full stock o f field and orchard plows
18th at the public library.
The resignation o f Mrs.
and discs on hand now. Com e in and afternoon.
visited her brother Mr. Pleiaher and,
Mr
E l ,. Caldwell and family
Oantenbein as treasurer was r-ad
family for a few days returned to I have rented the house form erly o c ­ make your ch oice now while Ihe line
Is complete. Alexander
Implement and accepted as she has moved away
Iter home in Portland Sunday
cupied by the Hobertson family
¡from town.
Mrs. Hamrick was el­
Co
ning
ected to her place.
Mrs. I.ettie G regory and daughter
Mr. and Mrs. E. H Poe returned j The resignation o f Mrs. Hedgpeth
Mr and Mr*. C. A Tharp
Lyle spent Sunday aftern oon
a*
with Mrs. Poe'g sister, Mrs. Fleisch- as vice-president ow in g to ill-health. (
callers in Medford W> dneaday
Diamond l-ake.
visit, was acepted and Mrs. Itithers was |
er from Seattle for a short
Mrs G. P Allants has rented her
Sunday elected to fill the office.
It was de-
They left for their home
Mr. W. K. Alexander was a busi­
house to Mrs. Dick Painter.
elded to hold a co o k e d food sale on
morning
ness visitor in M edford Tuesday.
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: Saturday, Sept. 18, at the library.
Mr. L. P. Mattie* has purchased
Mr. and Mrs J. C. Wood: attend- A light lunch o f sanwiches, salad aim
C i n t i al Point W o i d Yara
two lot* in Central Poin t and plans ed the funeral of John C. I n g l i n g . : coffee will be served at noon Rvery-
" W o n d e r w h y W a ll Street was sc
to build a home. Mr. Mathes handles Civil war veteran, at Gold Hill today, ’ one in the c om m u n ity is requested to c a l l e d ? ”
Tel.
MS
W AN TDD
" E v e r up ag ainst it, old c h a p ? ’ j
Mr. W ood s had the misfortu ne to leave their co o k e d foods at the II-
play ground equipment.
fall recently and it was feared he brary as early as possible Saturday
W AN TED — 500 people to buy deli­
Mr. H. T. Borah has purchased a
had broken several o f his ribs, but morning, Sept. 18.
cious food at the c i v i c Club cook lot here and plans to build a resi­
he declared it would take more than
ed food sale Sept. I s , at the public den ce on it.
a few broken ribs to keep him away
library.
PLAYIN G THE GAM E
from tire funeral o f a comrade. Miss
Miss Avis Ayres school starts on
W IL L T R A D E ten acre* tn W illow Labor day. She teaches at the Red M arjorie Jone* accompanied Mr. and
Mrs. W o o d s to Gold Hill.
Springs district for house and lot T op school this year.
in Central
Point.
This W illow
Mr. and Mrs. Th eodore Glass have
Springs proerty was fom erly o w n ­
Mr. E. P. Stone and son Neal, and
ed by the Obencliain boys. Own­ Mr. Dale Smith left Sunday for Dal­ purchased a new Plymouth car.
er does not wish
to live there las. Mr. Stone and Mr. Dale Smith
Mrs.-Little o f the Tolo district vis­
alone— Mrs. I.aura E.
Dias
or returned home W edn esday evening.
ited at the M cjlm s e y home recently.
Mrs. A. U. Dias.
Neal remained for a tw o weeks visit
Mr Lee Garrett went to Shasta
City today to get
his
household
• quipmeut that he was oreed to leav*
ithere when his car was run into by
anoth er car He has rented a house
The Grange C »operative I mi i Irti il 7 near the Gilman dairy and will move
Mr*. Norcroaa Is vacationing o n (
the roast with her daughter and j ha* been given a new coat o f pain*
his wife and little daughter Betty
hu .»band Mr hih I Mr* K. H Hedrick J whit«- with blue trim min g.
there at once.
He works for th •
and family.
——
Gilman dairy.
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Mr. Del H aw ley returned from
Mr*. Arthur Lu»k of Grants Pa»s| business trip to Portland Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. W J. Freeman re-
and mother Mrs William Musty r e -ja n d Is back at the hop yard with .turn-d from Union Creek W ednes­
turned home from a visit with Mr ! hi* family.
^
day.
The wearther has been rather
and Mr*. Vance Nolls and little »on i
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wintry there !n the mornings.
Mrs.
William G eorge at Orland Calif-
Mr. »"<1 Mrs. Ouy Davis of T r o n t Freeman Is doin g very well but has
ornla recently.
are Pav in g for their
h om e
after som e bad days.
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| visiting with relative* here for aev-
Local Happenings
Son I* Born to Mr.
and Mrs. James Ross
FOR SALE
Green Pine
Slab Wvod
$2.25 Load
C L A S S IF IE D
Come and see us for your
LUMBER NEEDS
DRESSED or ROUGH LUMBER
MILLWORK, SUGAR PINE SHINGLES
C ash & C a r ry
Central Point Planing M ill
ith relatives.
W AN TED — Song hook called “ Peace
Purity and Power, No. 1"
con ­
Mr. and Mrs. Gautenbieu and son
taining the song "N o t Mine Own.
Cecil have moved to Salem to make
or H>‘ Paid Such a Price For M" ”
their home.
Will pay 12.00 for hook If you
have it, write to nte. .lame* Me
Mr*. Charley C ole and son Ever­
Dowell, Central Point, Oregon
ett o f Camas spent the week end
Middle aged widow wants work In here looking after business affair s
resurt caring for cabins or help In
office. Write Box 15. care o f the
Mr*. Frauk Miller was taken to
Am rlcan, Central Point.
the Community Hospital to have an
abceaaed ear cared for Saturday.
WANTED -Tractor work, reason­
able price, or will exchange work
Mrs. J a m 's Cample II and
little
for livestock or machinery. Call
daughters
Allison
and
Harriett
at The American offic e for Infor-
visited at the h om e o f Mrs. Cambells
matin.
tt
parents Mr and Mrs. Bert Hedge
WA.VTKD W eld ing
work
of all peth Wednesday.
kind* If we can't fix it. It coats
you nothing.
Metal Kraft Shop
2 ti 9 West Main. Medford
Our
slogan is: " I F Mac can't weld It,
throw It a w a y ."
Show cases and
store fixtures.
4 Blocks North on Hiway
i
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W eb b m otor­
ed to Klamath Falls and picked up
Mr. John Myers, a form er teacher
" S o you are g oing South, e h ?
I
in the local school, and continued on don't see how y ou m a n a g e to w in ter
to Bend, where
they
visited Mr. in Florida and s u m m e r in M a in e . ”
“ You forget that b y that pla n I
W e b b 's sister and husband. After a
dodge both coal and ice bills.”
visit In Prinevllle with Mr. W e b b 's
parents they returned home Monday
evening.
Only a few days left until
Mr. Th eodore Glass has sold his
40-acre tract to Mr. and Mrs. J o h n ­
son, who live on the old highway.
BE R E A D Y !
They plan to improve the place this
If you are w orkin g, make an a p ­
pointment for Hfter 6 : Oil p. m.
fall and winter.
IL L POPULAR PERMANENTS
ifci.OO anti up
Mrs. Grace Jones o f Los Angeles
IW iralf
Ititart
Is a guest ait tbe home o f her cousin.
N a d ir lc i M
Oil o f R e d w o o d
Th eodore Glass.
LYetlertc
H olly W ave
Eugene
V eg o V-O lent-
Mr*. Nancy Wilson Is stiff ring
Holly W a ve contin s no A m m on ia
Mrs. Owing* and Mrs. LaCaswe a<-
Oil o f R edw ood is made for soft,
with an attack o f gall stones.
rom ponied their little daughter and
fine hair.
Never Fails.
granddaughter Dorothy to Medford
Mrs. I.al'oln te and daughter front
Wedn sday to have her tonsils re­
Montana were visiting her brother,
moved.
Paul Martin this week Mr. and Mrs.
Pltone Central Poin t, 2 8 for
Mr. and Mrs. J .1. Simerville and C h a r t's Flood and ,!wo children of
appoin tm ent
Los Angeles, visited ber uncle. I’ aitl
JE NNIE H. SE XTO N
daughter o f San Diego are visiting
Martin, at the sam e time. They all
H airdresser
friends In the valley. Mr. Slmville
was formerly a partner In the Butte made a trip to Crater Lake Saturday.
G R O C E R IE S
M EATS
gas lank and pump. *:>5.
K. C. week*.
Richmond Phone 11-X X X - 1
For Sugar Pine Shake* see Fa-
FOR SALK
logging her'*.
Dodge truck.
trailer.
Ford
truck.
Chevrolet
Mr. anil Mrs Ed VlneeiK and son
truck, cider press, hay chopper,
Bobble
returned front an extended
4-wheel trailer, 7-foot drag *aw,
crosscut
saw,
furniture,
milk trip to New Orleans, where Mr. Vin­
goats. Inquire at Mary Mee home cent a t te n d 'd the National l e t t e r
Carrier*’ convent ton.
Mr. Vincent
o r phone l o t
was hack on the route again today.
FOR SALK-— lit acres near city lim­ W e hope to be able to have more
its o f Medford. Irrigated, on gra­ about this wonderful trip for our
velled road, g ood soil. Flve-rooni reader* later on
house, family orch ard, city water
avalahlc
For a short time only,
Mr. a n d Mr*. N. S. Matthew* of
$ 2 , 00 0 , term*, or would consid er Lo* Angeles sopped for a short visit
.trading for larger place.
I. G with hi* aunt, Mr* L H. Smith and
Plckelt, 10 South Itartlelt.
family Tuesday
E. E-FABER
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Boiling Beef
R u ler in Kit
All for - -
2 3 C
2 Pound - -
Kre-mel
4 HOK E
4 pkgs - - - 1 9
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Pound - -
Flour
15
25
‘
Salmon Steak
K ITC H E N QUEEN
Hurdu In ni
( ME A N
$ 1 .69
FRESH
H
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j Labor Day j
S 49-lb. Bag -
S ch ool B egin s S e p tem b e r 13
25
Pot Roast
As«. Fla vor*
L'OR PIES « PUDDINGS
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School Shoes
25
2 Pound - -
TENDTR
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To Buy
UN
GROUND
FRESHLY
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&
m
a
Hamburger
2 pkg. Krumbles
Pen, Pencil
49
4 pound
21c
■ 2-lbs. Can -
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ft.
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25
CLABBER G IR
X L
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A Good Time
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PEARL
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This Is
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Shortening
ARGO
Baking Powder
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MEN S S hop
LEE DS
Corn Starch
3 Pkgs. - -
CENTRAL POINT
BEAUTY SALON
:
VEGETABLES
Specials for Saturday Only, Sept. 4
Labor Day
R ANTED— Am bitious student*
for
resident and hom e study courses
In business training
that turn
»pare time Into earning time. Med­
ford Busiues* College OWN.
Falls store with Mr. E. C. Faber
and is now with Ihe San Diego air
FOR SALK
port
They have many friends in
FOR SALK
Del,a val cream m * para- Butte Fall* and surrounding terri­
tor No. 12. motor driven. 1 ltl-gal tory and will visit h ire for tw o
Faber’s
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FOIt SA LE
Half-gallon fruit Jar*,
for
Boy*
at th
School Togs
tw o small round tables with Iron Mill's Shop
legs, one large round table with
Mrs Viola Lanipntan and sister,
Iron leg*,
one c o f f e e urn.
on>
heater, rnmhtnaitinn wood o r coal, Mrs DeVaney spent Tuesday In Med-
and various oth er articles. Danton ortl and enjoyed ihe day very much.
Cafe
All ladle* who have helped with
FOR SALK Small, paying business the Civic club dinner* and c o o k ’d
In Medford Anyone lntere*t d call food sab * are hereby notified that
at this offic e o r phone tin l Cen­ all pie tin* are at the library and
owners may have «ante hv calling for
tral Point after *lx o'clock .
them
FOR HALE- Trailer house with all
Mr. and Mrs Flovdd llllton
of
built ina. Priced right for
quick
»ale. Ijocateit at l i n o N. R i v e r s id e ! Klamath Fall*. Mr and Mr* Smiley
In M edford Phone 7 41, Medford I o f Ketto and Mr and Mr* Aaron
Glne* visited at th' Th eodore Ola *
SICK the T rade Mart for bargains In* home Wednesday evening
Mr and
used bed* and s t o w s Swap and
Mr» Aaron Gla«» returned to their
shop at T H E T R A D E MA R T 15 home tjtst evening and the reet of
8 Front. Medford
the party were o v r - tiia h t guest* *t
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the Glass home
COLLINS DAIRY
Mr. Ocorge Fox suffered a stroke I
la»t Friday and while he has been |
very «lek I* Improving at this time
tirade A raw and Pasteurised
Milk A Creum
Ham, 21b». 25c
»pen for Inspection at all time*
1 l i i r M 1,
lh .
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EMIL’S MARKET
IS M
W .
M a in
M r iifn n l
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GREATEST OF A l l
Finley Implement Co* j
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Monday, Sept.
Hauling, ( .rin d in g
A
I l Nt H l l l s k K T S — U i i h o r without Thermo* Botti«-»
RUBBER
:
A* we honor ou r nation * birthday and nth r
patriotic
o c a a l o n s . so we gladly do honor to those whose labor
ha* so mightily assisted in onr material welfare
Rei l-anin g Grain
Central Point Hardware
S T I C K -O N
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of the nation’s workers all busine»» pause*
Eugene Thorndik e
m
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On Ihi* day, nationally set aside a* a Holiday in honor
Grinding' Machines
F»ir M
•■OI'»anllne**" ou r Motto
Joe Collins, Prop.
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Manager
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Puchner
Assistant Manager
Oria Crawford. Assistant Manager
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