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CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
VOLI MB IX
C K N TRA L POINT, ORKUON, T H l RMDAV, H M T K M B K R » .
M u s in g s ^ ljV IN C E N T S ENJOY
by an Innocent Bystander
I HI T il [1111 TV IP
Installs X-Ray to
u L l IYI N N L l T Id
Better Serve Public
Nearly all the back water rent has
Mr. Moyer of the Medford School
Knowing that service is the b-st
been paid up Now be sure and pay of lteauty Culture accompanied by
thing a hospital has to offer to its
up the current month before the h s two nephews Harry and Tommy
patrons, the Community hospital has
tenth of the month.
Moy r of Portland returned home
just installed u new General Electric!
last Thursday from a trip to San
X-Ray. that they may better serve
j J. W. Schmidt has moved out of Kram-isco. Tommy fought in the
With this new equip
I the Wood house and returned to Diamond Belt tournament in the 135
Mr. Harold lb weight and brought hone the
Saying that the Hogue River val southern California.
We commend the appointment ot
proudly takes Its place among the)
At the regular monthly meeting
ley is plenty good enough for him. Kohler and family havp moved into diamond belt.
Clem Finley on the city council.
the city council Tuesdaf evening
hd Vincent, local mail carrier, re Wood housp. Mr Kohler is with the
Clem made a good watch-dog of the
Buy your Feed. Flour.
Cereals,, They are equipped to take care of Mayor Hatfield announced the up-
turned last w.ek from a trip to N*w Lewis Super Service.
treasury when he was on the council
| Gas and Oils at Jack's Shell Servic- " M claa,M of x ‘ Hay and Florescopio polntment of Clem Finley as coun
Orleans, w. re he took his p!ac as
before and his calm judgment will
work in a manner equal “ the ser , oilman to (111 the vaeancy caused oy
Station. Opposite cheese factory.
one of the Oregon delegaton to the
help with the troublesome days to
vice in any of the larger citlee. This .the resignation of J O. Isaacson as
annual convention of the National
new machine is the very latest mod- . mayor and the taking of his plac<
Association of Rural Carriers. Mr. having improved
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It will soon be time lo look over ¡el. and one of the finest produced by by Mr liatfield, who was president
Vincent was accopsnied on the trip
Dreadnaught shirts for men and farm machinery and put it in shape 'the General Klectric company.
of the council Mr. Finley served as
We also commend the action of by his wife and son Bobby.
boy« at the Men's Shop.
for fall work, let us assist you In
They have combined and remodel- councilman for one term several
the water committee in having tht
Leaving here August 7, the Vin
Alexander Imple- ,,<1 two rooms on the first floor anil year* ago and Is thoroughl familiar
new wiring don - at the city well (re
cents drove south on the Pacific
equipped them w*tb l a m double with the duties of the office.
Mrs. R K. Neff and three children inent Co.
placing that burned out recently) in
highway to Red Bluff, where they and Mrs. Waldroth of Bend arriv'd
doors, thereby making It possible to
Mr. Ben Trowbridge, of the firm
such a manner as to put the two
turned east, passing through Reno. last Thursday for a few days visit
\lr. Si Baker of the Safeway spent take pictures of patients who can- of Trowbridge & Flynn of Medford,
pumps on separate lines with sepa
Salt Lake City, to Pueblo, Colo., with Mrs. Netf’s parents Mr
at Albany visiting
not be taken from their beds. The appeared before
the council and
and the week end
rate controls. This will prevent the
whbre th’ y turned south through Mrs. M. B. Lind ley
city being without water in case one
Colorado and New Mexico and enter tle son Billy and little
venlent. and adds to Its value,
I asked for as to the most practical
pump should fail. ■
ed Texas in the northw-stern por Wanda who had spent the summer
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. .Byers and
The Community Hospital la own-j manner of replacing the burned-out
• • •
tion. Crossing Texas in a southeast- with their grandparenta, returned (chlldern Helen, Klvin. and L-ta Muejed anil operated by the Medford Him- switches and wiring at the city pump
We hear by grhp vine telegraph terly direction through Dallas, where
home with their mother. Hazel anil of Klamath Falls, who were house pltal Association, Inc., and Is under , house. A defective switch
that negotiations are quietly going they stopped for a short time at the
Lois remained with their grandpar guests at the Aker home over the | the business direction of R. J. For- ] main pump house caused what might
along between the city officials and exposition, they went on to Louisi-
ents and will attend school in Cen holidays, accompanied by Mrs Nel- syth. Miss Phyllis Swearington, who have been a disastrous fire there a
the Medford water commission. If ana. through Shreveport and son'll
lie Haley of Grants Pass spent Sun has served as a registered nurse iuUhort time ago.
tral Point this winter.
nothing elsP we may know the an to New Orleans.
day on the coast.
Southern Oregon for a number of
The council voted to empower the
swer to that vexing water question
Let every one plan to buy some of
The National Rural Carriers’ con
years, is superintendent.
water committee to have the wiring
Mr. Jim Gregg purchaaed the
vention is a huge gathering from all those delicious cooked foods cooked
constantly and switches renewed at once, es
property and Mrs.
Gregg’s striving to improve their service to
parts of the I’ nlttd States. Nearly
the preaent hook-up is considered
We understand that the resolu
5000 carriers and their families !®00*1 then at the Civic Club cooked mother will make her home there. patients, and appreciate the cooper dangerous. The committee chairman
tion to cut off delinquent water were
Mr. and Mrs. Parks plan to build a ation the patrons have given them, at once arranged for a meeting of
spending *no<* »ale Saturday Sept. 18.
users is bearing fruit. It is said col
house on their acreage on
Beal and extend a hearty and sincere in
| several days In the convention, the |
his committee with Mr. Trowbridge
School supplies at StoneV Drug Lane.
lections of water rents has been
i Vincents returned home by the j
vitation to then) to come In and in Wednesday morning, at which time
better since that resolution was pas-, „outhern route. Crossing through the I I Store.
spect this new X-Ray at thetr ear the final arrangement
Misa Maxine Moore is waiting liest convenience.
sed than in many moon* Which is j gouthern par( of Tpxaij from Houg. | „ „
pleted. It i* expected the work will
in an 18111
ton and on to San Antonia, front ' sad news of the death of her brother- table at the Coffee Shop at the noon
be completed by Saturday night.
just keep his nerve screwed up to
Our telephone company I h grow
h( where they turned northwest to vUU in-law Dr. Hugo Lange in Brooklyn,
The conncll also voted to accept
the proper point and stick to
ing fast these days Four new tele the offer of Foster & Kleisrr to re
the Grand Canyon and the Boulder bfew York. August 27
Milkshakes, Ice cream and gener
letter of the law without ^ar
r>am Then on across the Mojave Was caused by heart failure.
phones have been added in the last pair the large city sign near the
al fountain s.rvlce at Stone's Drug
cheese factory in the northern part
« " u r T ^ ' F v “ O F F .11 Will i e well
ln,° Boulhern California and j.ange was a noted physician
SHI T EM 'IFF, ail will
he ell through San Bernardino to Los j
of town and to allow that company
School supplies at Stone’s Drug to erect a new bill hoard on the va
(W e paid ours up today, fellers, i«0 ! An*ele-H. Then home hv the coast
Mr. Dickson was taken to the
can say what we darned please.)
route through San Francisco, over community hospital for observation
cant city lots Just north of the Nip
writing paper by the ream at Stone's
the Golden Gate bridge and up the j Tuesday.
& Sip service station
L. E. Pike of Gold Ray was op
Before another paper comes o u t 1
At the suggeatlon of
I st<ve Wilson of Sams Valiev
school will be going full blast. It j
Mr. E P. Stone and Dale Smith
Tex the usual committee of six pro
During the trip Mr and Mrs. Vin- bought g nPW , hreShing machine and
hardly seems possible that it has j cent visited many noted places, in
returned Thursday evenoing from a pital for gall stones and appendici perty owners was named to act with
been three months since the kids fact so many that it is hard for them ran It 44 days without a breakdown several days' trip to Dallas. Salem. tis last week
the city council as a budget com
stopped flocking past our sanctum to name them,.all. Several hours or losing one minute for repairs of Perrydsle and Portland
They r e -(
mittee to prepare next year's budget.
to mid from that great hive of in
port a very nice trip wfrh the ex
following were named on the
w^re spent at the Grand Canyon and j f r„m " t h P Alexander Imp' Co
'a'nd George left last Friday for Grit-
dustry up there on the hill And as is usual, they wtl make no at-
ception of rain Monday.
committee: H. P. Jewett. Ed Vin
same of the kids who were still in tunpt to discribe that great freak
cent, Roy Jones. Qeo. Wallace. Oscsr
Dr. H. P. Coleman returned last
For Sale— One used International their daughter. Mrs. Edwin Martin,
grades when we first sat at this win- ()f na, ure At thp Boulder Dam they
Minnlck, and A. E. Powell. A meet
dnw watching the world go by and took the elevator and went down to
of the council is called for Tues
He saw the beautiful
Mrs. Linheek of Klamath
writing this drivel are now "grave the great power houses at the foot
day evening. Sept. 14. to prepare a
and revPrend seniors." Here’s to of the dam Mr. Vincent states that
tentative budget. Later a meeting of
reports a delightful time.
|Of Malin accompanied
Mr. Oliver Point, Is staying at the Lees home
them, and may the class of '38 up- th(? w#ter
the Krpat lake above t he
thP entire committee will be called
,|pd Martin to Portland Wednesday for a
hold the high tradition of the °',d dam jg over 400 feet deep and ex-
Attention— Galvanized palls
to complete the final budget.
few day visit.
j tends back into the mountains for tubs at Alexander Imp Co.
over a hundred miles.
Films and developing at Stones
Mr. Terrell has just finished paint
Mrs. Clara Vincent,
We have before us as we write . a I Another interesting sidelight of I Mr. and Mrs. John Bohnert and
_! Marlyn and Mr and Mrs. Mel Wll- Mrs. Merritt entertained the P. N. G.
copy of Bulletin No. 1, sent out by th# |r,p v|| crossing of the Rocky
, . .
and of the Lewis meat market.
our school superintendent to high Mountatns at an elevation of 14.000 I,ams and baby >,ar,ln ° f Grants
Mr. and Mrs. Boker of Cleveland,
school students in this and sur feet (which is about one and a half Pass spent the week end at Cres- noon. The following members were all helps the looks of our town.
Ohio, who are touring the United
. . .,
Bohnert present: Mrs. Emms Gleason. Clars
rounding districts which strikes » « times the
height of Mt Pitt.)
. . . . . .
Mazda lamps and electrical sup- ¡Btatea, and have practically covered
Mrs. Farra. Mary Richardson, Iva t’opln-
as being a very fine id’ a We hope
Mr. Vincent states that although _
piles at the Alexander Implement **• • M l1'« country, «topped for a few
those who receive the bulletin will much of the country hi crossed was
days' visit with Mr. (loker's uncle
consider carefully all it contains very
_ _ an
at Talent and accompanied him here
Remember the cook” d food sale to
and note the advantages nur school ¡ ppar|l|(f (o t,e doing f|ne. he still he held at the library Saturday. Sep
Mrs. Chomel and sister. Miss Mws-Wo visit hi* daughter. Mrs. Tetherow
Rev. and Mrs. Alley arrived Mon
offers. It is seldom that a «mall fep)g vPry satisfied to have his home tember 18- Ix t everyone interested day for a short visit with Central nage. received a letter from
Mr. land family.
Mr. and Mrs. linker
town like this has so fine an educa-;
soutbern Oregon The part of the in the library bring th»lr dainties to Point friends before Rev
Alley Mellon In France saying he visited and Mr and Mrs. Tetherow had nev-
tional institution. We are proud of
goUthweat he ernaued Res ont- the library as early as possible. The opens a *»rles of revival meetings at thelr old home at Nice and he was U r met. The enjoyed the visit very
it and proud of having had even 3 i side of thP r,ugt Bowl, hut he saw proceeds wilt go to pay for the new Reese Creek, assisting Rev.
Harry puxzled that they could ever bring much. They motored to ('rater Ijtke
small part in bringing it through
p|are bp wf)uld ratt,Pr llv- then roof on the building
themselves to leave such a heautijand traveled around Its surface In
1 Powell, the resident pastor.
the depression years.
our own valley.
The house was lovely j a gasoline launch Mr and Mrs. Bo
Mrs. Bob Akers celebrated h e r. Ice cream, milk shakes, pop sto- und from It could be seen three cit- kor thought the lake was one of the
During the entire trip the Vtn-
But while we are talking about j rentg stopped at cabin camps, which hfrthdsy Labor Day with a delicious kfea >|I(I (.andy >t Sfonp.„ Drug les, snow on the mountains and the most wonderful sights they had seen
our schools, we feel that the tin"* 1 are very plentiful along all highways chicken dinner. Those who helped | storP
ocean. At the time be was there on their tour. The party returned
has come for our board of directors 1 nowdayg They carried bedding but Mrs. Akers celebrate were her h
there was a profusion of wonderful homP by way of Diamond lake
to seriously consider the proposition
USP |t „ few times as hand and three sons; Her sister.
In spite of being able *0
Miss Arlette Tyrell’s school on flowers
Tenni* shoes for fall- Ball Band
of getting the teachers' salaries up mo#t of
modern camps furnish Nathalie Martin;
and uncle and Lake Creek started last Tuesday.
see snow on the mountains all th“
are better at the Men’s Shop.
where they rightfully belong Very eTerythlng Prlreg for cabins ranged ■'"«L « r and Mrs. John Byers and
time. It Is never winter there.
shortly the time will he at hand t ° j fr()n)' , , 00 to j 4no „ nlKbt. Tht. ¡three daughters, of Klamath Falls:
Miss Marjorie Jones and Roger
Attorney Don Grant of the firm
prepare the annual budget and we highways were In fine condition with and s neighbor, Mrs. Mary Elliott. Yost went horse back riding from
of l*eak # McQuire of l*ortland. was
hope to see allowance made for mor-
Pxr_pt |,in of some of the short \ ' ,r»
Akers received many lovely nPar Jacksonville almost to the Top
dinner guest at the Everett Faber
adequate salaries. While It Is
which they took In order to visit.
f o m her friends and relatives l „ f R
Roxy Ann Monday.
! home Wednesday evenlnv Mr Grat'
that the writer had a part In cutting cor^a|n places. No rar trouble was
The friends of Mrs. McCabe will .
' was In the valley on business and
those same salaries a few years ago experienced with the exception of
NOR disparagement, nor slander j i* a former school friend of Mr. and
be sorry to hear that she is very sick 1 Mr. Gerald Morris Is working at]
still we believe the time has com several flat tires All in all the Vin
kllla the spirit of the brave;
| Mrs. Faber.
and was taken to the Community j Denny's market.
to restore them to at least the lev* I cent family will have something t »
Fling a torch down, upward ever
Her son and I
paid before the hard times compel r-member for the rest of their lives
The little daughter of
hnrna the brilliant flame it gavel
wife are here from California
led the reduction
Ijiter we are going to ask Robert to
Mrs. Otto Bohnert, Delores noticed
— Edwin Arno'd.
eive us seme of his Impressions of
Mr. and Mrs. R H. Moore accom that the car door was not closed
The hoard cannot plead that
It has been reported to ns on good
the trip to get the «ngle seen by a panied Molile and
Britt of tight, decided (n fix If She was pull
CHURCH or CHRIST
are not being paid “ ow ? V * '
Boy Scout in traveling through th- rark, „ nTl|1„ „ „ , raotor frtp aboxe ed out of the car and suffered very authority that Si Baker o ' Safeway
Clifton A. Phillips.
are told «hat the school L In better ^
^ ^ t
They s , w ' severe bruises but luckily no serious haa announced hit engagement- Who
financial condition than for y « « r « ,
about 2000 hop pickers and the hills Injuries.
Communion and Preaching 11 on
past. So why not pnt an md to this
were dotted with tenta and cabins
losing so many good teachers who
Mr. and Mrs
Harry Wilson cf
Strange that a girl nam-d Tafcy a m. Subject: “ Did the New Testa
Th>- bops are not a quarter picked
leave to accept
Medford and Mr and Mr-. Aaron should marry a man named Tracy ment Church Hold Prayer Meeting’ ”
They report a lovely drive.
Senior. Junior and Intermedia’ »
school*? The est of living for the
Glass were dinner gu-wts at the and thence forward b* known as
C. E. 7:00 p. m. Our young peopl»
teachers Is soaring thP same as for
Mr and Mrs Ralph Dllley ami
will present a Chriatian service play
voti and I. so let's give 'em a break. hv the Ladles of the Civic Club Sat little son Cltiff of Sheridan Ore ral Mr and Mr*. Amos Walker and Mr
^ l| » t 8:00 p m. Come! Support the
urday September 1* The ladles have
led at the C M.
the Glass horn» Tuesday evening
Pendlckson has promised to fix u* young people.
Thank goodrt s* there are only a good share of the cost of a new da'
Mr Dillev will t-a-h th“
Prayer and Bibi» study Wed
.wo more holidays this yesr Thar r o o f to r* s.. and s.k the help of .
up a re *i story
Al work* In th
Leader. Mr*. J N. Cor-
are , darned pest Just when we get who , r
inter-ted In «
Mr and Mrs. J. L
Olsen of Faber market.
our mind made up to do something. Central Point
Tome and bring th- !
Klamath Fall* called on Mr and
Wonder if (here is anything eepeci-l
ally appropriate in the new sign on |
the Indies’ Civic cltrb building show
ing two parrots in full chatter? Any
way, the sign is right purty.
TO NEW ORLEANS
OF CITY COUNCIL
w h a t ? —
C o o k ed F o o d S a le
A t L ib ra ry S ep t. 18
along com»* a holiday and the pe >-1 favorite goodie that yon can mak •
Mia* Gall Patricia absolutely re-1
Mr and Mr*. Cl*rh D- H«rt of Mrs C. M Merritt
pie we have to contact beat It to th • better than any one e|*e We each th» Diamond D Ranch near Happy noon on th»lr way bom«- from a va- I fusing to have her picture taken. I
THE FEDERATED CHURCH
tall timber And then think of the hare our speciaU dish that we prid* r . m p Calif visited over the kolMays
Her. R. C. I/ew4s, Pastor.
no matter how much h“ r mother and !
**■■» •" Crescent City
four hundred odd deaths by acciden’ our self on
Then let os h a v
a at the Merritt home Mr* Merritt
1 grandmother trted to bribe her
during thin last one I* It keep* on change and take home
nomeone • f* *n Aunt of Mr De Hart
Mia* Vivian Tharp is visiting her I
| Ev»ry one take notice All even-
enough of our population are going elae cooking. All the ladlea who are
grandparetna. Mr and Mrs Muse of 1 Three young girls crossing their Ing service* begin a half hour
to he rut off so there will b* plentv working In the fruit stop In at th '
finger* while they opened their mall !earlier.
Mr* C Hugger has bought a new Tolo this week
of job* for all those unemployed ] sale and take home sap plies to last
boxes and an older
league* at 0:30 p. m
Ma P»rkina in worrying so moch over Sunday,
The Smith boy*, son* of C. F them to cross thalr fingers for k*r
Evening services 7:80 p m
returned Smith, have purchased th» R ot N lrb-, al-u hu’ I' failed to *-*.»), ,»,| sh<
Praver me-tipg 7 30 p ui
U t i l*
• u y rear F »u Fleur. Cottola from e aererai weeks' vi*n with her nis farm where F rig LnfTaad lives went home without th* mall
Julius Raplee of Oripocn
Fly spray will rtx thos* pesgy Gas and OH a’ Js’ k'a Shell Station aunt Tu**d*y morning and found Mr Lofland will Itv# with his pa-
Mission will hu with a* Sept 18 and
Shorty Terrell painting up all I j : will show
picture* in the evening
Roth *tock and house »pray Opposlte Ch»e*» Factory, Central her mother had ) » * t left for a ▼*•!' I rents while he I* building a house
with relative« at McMinavilie
¡o f hi« own. w* are told
at th» Alexander Implement Co.
ith» store fronts In town