The Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1936-195?, November 04, 1937, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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    THVRftDAV. NOVEMBER I. 103?
CEN TR AL POINT AMERICAN
PAGE r o t R
CEN TR A L POINT, OREGON
Harry Hedgpeth of Glenhurn is I Mr*. Thayp was shopping In M-d-
Those enjoying tbe »v-nina were visiting his parents and expects t o ,
FRIDAY 11.11« MEETS
ford Tuesday.
AT IIIG4* EN BOTHAM HOME j Mr and Mrs Lester Higgenbotham. j return to hia home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hall, Mr. and
MSI
The Friday Club met a> the home Mrs Oliver Obenrhain. Mr. and Mrs.
The school children will not sell
of Mrs. Lester Higinbotham for a John Clark and the ho-» and ho-'
red cross seals this yssr. It will soon ]
CVIe tirate
covered dish luncheon on tb» 27th Mr and Mrs. Otto Bohnert.
be time to help out by buying these
day of October. The delicious lunch­
Pres* release from the Portland I eon was enjoyed by Mesdames Otto
w all, the proceeds of which go to |
recruiting office today announc-d | Bohnert, Irvin Hall, Oliver Oben-
1 help fight the White plsgue.
the enlistment In the United States , chain. James Campbell, John Clark,
—■
Mr and Mrs Matthew Alley have a
army of Donald E Grieve, son of Roberta Gregory, Joe Cox and tb
Pete Belcastro is no longer the
wltli the World War Veteran*
Mrs. John L. Grieve of Prospect hostess Mr* Higgenbotham.
king-pin wrestling guy In these parts cottage at »he Hotel Valandr*
Medford, Thursday, Nor. ti
Grieve applied for enlistment at the
Prixes for the games which were
The Weed Italian was apparently
Portland main office. October 2 7 ,1 played during the afternoon went to | knocked off his lofty perch for good
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lacy are leav­
and after passing the required ex-1 Mrs. James Campbell and Mrs. Otto and all last night when Hob Kenas- ing with Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hawk­
STREET STI NTS
amination* wa* enlisted at Vancou- Bohnert. The next meeting will b- | ton. Gold Hill’s contribution to the ins for Missouri where Mr. and Mrs.
DAYLIGHT FIREWORKS
ver Barracks, Wash., yesterday for, at tbe home of Mra. Roberta Greg- grappling game, up and broke a Hawkins will visit Mr. Hawkin'* pa­
service with the coast artillery in | W f,
chair over Pe'
. ,d. then appli d rents Mr. and Mrs. Lacy will visit
PATRIOTIC PARADE
the Hawaiian islands Grieve was to j
his famous and devastating Gold Mr. Lacy's parents In Fayetteville,
ieave Immediately for San Francisco! HI SHANIM4 ENTERTAINED
Hill crab to take the lone fall in Arkansas.
LEGION 11 COO IT
whence he waa to sail for Hawaii on [
WITH SCAVENGER HI NT their no time limit, no referee main
'he next transport. He is a native of
FREE ENTERTAINMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bohnert en­
Tbe Friday Club entertained their event at the Medford armory before tertained with a scavenger
Oregon, having been born in Apple-j
hunt
SPECIAL MOVIES
husbands with a scavenger hunt and 1400 roaring customers.
gate on September 27, 1913.
Wednesday Everyone had a Jolly
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| weinie roast Wednesday, November
In the other main event. Bobby
FOOTBALL GAMES.
3 at the home of Mr. and Mrs Otto Chick, outweighed 20 pounds, de­ time.
Bohnert. Prizes for the senvauger
MEDFORD
VS ASHLAND
hunt went to Mr. and Mrs. John feated Red Lyons of Joplin. Mo., on
a
foul
after
Lyons,
a
205-pound
ruf­
Clark and Mr and Mrs. Oliver Oben-
ARMISTICE DANCE and FI.OOI
fian. refused to break a leg-breaken
chain
SHOW,
Bountiful refreshments of wrlutes Referee Yoakley awarded the match
1» PIECE DANCE RAND
With students enrolled from 117 buns, cider, doughnuts, pickles cof­ to Chick, a decision extremely pop­
$3.00 and up.
of the 121) counties in Kentucky, and fee and candy were served by a large
ular
with
the
fans.
Mahaska Olive Oil Shampoo and
'rom 43 of the 48 states, registra­ bonfire at a late hour.
le g io n Scrip Good for all
Dry Finger Wave
tion for the fall term of the 1937-
Attraction*.
'38 school year reached an all-time
$ 1.00
high at the University of Kentucky,
[Enjoy yourself with the ex-servief
SCHOOL GIRLS’ PERMANENTS
Lexington, when 3,525 students m a -,
trieulated for courses
men this year!
$1.95
When classes closed Monday. Sep- |
DeGRAFF MACHINELESS
tember 27. an increased enrollment |
PERMANENT WAVE
was noted In 61 of the 177 counties
represented and the total of 2,525 |
Best for fine hair
students registered surpassed the {
1936 record attendance of 3.456 by
69
Naturopathic and Chiropractic
Among those enrolled from Ore­
Physician
gon are: Jack Foster. Central Poln*
Phone
Central
Point,
23
for
................................................. 86c
Acute and Chronic Diseases
Children's Galoshes
appointment
Electrotherapy Herbology, Proo­
Mr. Arthur Limbeck returned
.............................
93c
Women's Galosh: s
JKNN1K H. REX TON
tology X-Ray
home from California. He will re­
Haliti resse r
.......................................... ...... 95c
Men’s Rubbers ......
Phone 170 Medford 128 E. Main
main home until the next term o*
school open* in January. Sunday Mr.
Men's Rubber Boot* ......
................................... 12.69
ar'd Mrs. Brenner and family and
Men’s Ball Band Boots ............................ .................. $3.50
Mr. Limbeck will visit relatives In
Klamath Falls.
Children's Rubber Boots
................... $1.39 & $1.49
Men’s 4 ¡Buckle Arche* ................................................ $2.50
Jim Elliott was host to a Hallo­
we'en barn dance party Saturday
Men's 15-inch Rubber Shoes ...........................
$3.50
night at the Elliott farm on the
BRING YOUR PAIL
No. 3V, Tin*
Central Point-Jacksonville highway
Dancing to vlctrola music was eu-
joyed on the first floor, and there
were games In the big hay mow
reached by ladders.
Don Grieve Enlists
In Coast Artillery
LO C A LS
A charvari was h id for Mr. and
Mrs Roger lout Wednesday evening
by a group of their classmates.
Mrs. Ed Lacy and relatives had a
shower Monday for Mr and Mrs
Yost at the Lacy borne.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Moore of Spra­
gue River visited at the home of Mr
Moore's parents, Mr and Mrs. W. J
M oore of the Nip and Sip on Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. E. M- Lovell and fa­
mily were also guests at the Moore
home Sunday.
Mr. L. P Mathes and Mr. C. P.
Naffxiger are opening up a mattress
Factory in what waa formerly the
Humphrey Meat Market building. It
will be known as the Central Point
Mattress Factory.
Mra. Jennie Sexton who underwent
a major operation at the Communi­
ty hospital last week la doing nicely
and ta expected to be home in about
a week or ten days.
If tbe party who borrowed ille
white curtain from the Christian
church will return it, It will be much
appreciated.
Mr. B. A. Newman from Salem vi­
sited over the weekend at the Ever­
ett Faber borne. Mr. Newman I*
manager of Montgomery Ward store
at Salem and la a brother of Mrs.
Faber.
Mr. E. E Minnick returned from a
visit in Wyoming accompanied by
hi» mother, Mr*. Eaton who will
make her home with him.
Mra. Bitbera baa a picture of a
rattle anake that la six and a half
feet long.
Mr. and Mra Karl Hall of Olia
Junction
near
Portland, viaited
around Central Point Monday and
Tueaday. Mr. Hall formerly lived on
the Gebhard Ranch but moved away
from here twenty-six years ago, and
thia waa hia flrat viait to the valley
alnce then. He went to achool with
the Norcroaa and Rosa boya.
Local Boy Enrolls
Univ. of Kentucky
PERMANENTS
E. C. FABER
-rHE MEN S SHOP
R U B B E R FO O TW E A R
Mr. and Mra. F H. Hedgpeth.
daughter Dorothea and aona Glen
and Lewi* went to North Bend laat
week. They went out on a big freigh­
ter and aaw them loading the big
load* of lumber. They report a very
delightful trip.
This office received a letter from
Miss Winifred Morris at Cottage
Grove. She writes that her parents
have opened a small lunch room call­
ed the Minute Lunch Room. Mr. and
Mrs. Morris were residents her for
about a year aDd have many friends
who will be glad to hear from them
NOTICE
The Paat Noble Grand Club will
hold a hot Tamale aale December 2
Tamale* will be served all day or
you may take them home with you.
The place will be announced later.
Keep this date in mind Thuraday,
December 2.
Mr. and Mrs. John Powell and
Marlon and Steven Hultt of Klamath
Falls spent Sunday at the home of
Mr. Powell's parents, Mr. and Mrs
A E. powell.
3 for
FOOTBALL BROADCAST!
Mrs. Mel Williams and small son
Mr*. Warner, mother of Mr. Way-
man Warner, is very sick at this Martin ot Grants Pass are spending
the week with Mrs. William's mo­
time.
ther. Mrs. P A. Tracy and family.
Mr. Karl Owning returned to hi*
home from the Community hospital
Miss Arline Thompson was visit­
Wednesday.
ing In Salem and Portland recently.
Keep your feet dry — Visit the
Mr l^andon returned from the
Men's S h o p _______________ Community hospital last week and is
recovering nicely from a serious op­
eration.
The little niece of Mrs. Cbomel
who visited them this summer suf­
fered an operation for appendicitis
has parcially recovered but will have
to undergo another operation. The
appendix had broken before the op­
eration.
Dab- Smith, scoutmaster, and E P.
Stone, chairman, with some of the
boy scouts attended the court of
honor In Medford Monday night.
There was only one scout in the Cen­
tral Point troop that came up for
award and that was Hal Jewett who
came up for First Class scout.
-
25C
-
2 pound.
-
3 bunches
2 pounds
H
Delicious Apples
75c
L. c . G R I M E S
FOO TBALL
25C
- 1 0
Associated Service Station
Jonathans - -
-
1© '
EXTRA Ql ,'LITY
a m
TURNIPS— BEETS
Re our guest on another Associated Sportcast and
accept our invitation to drop in and get acquainted.
Smiling Associated Service keeps your car running
smoothly, safely and econom ically.
.. . . i «
-
Mince Meat
Carrots
K. M. E. D.
ASSOCIATED
Pound
GOOD QUALITY
$v. s. c.
-
b t i T g e r
ALL MEAT
2 pounds
-
Weinies
)
f lh
25
V
Sauer Kraut \
98c
25
1 Pint
25c
/
Boost The Football Team!
SPORTCASTS
Faber's
SEE THE GAME—FRIDAY
C n a m e l W a re
LODGE DIRECTORY
C L A S S IF IE D
Peanut Butter
W aln u ts
Oregon
vs
Born to Mr. and Mrs Harry Pow­
ell Sunday at the Community hospit­
al In Medford a little daughter
Mr*. Eva Smith'* *iater from Port­ weighing 8 lbs 10 oz.
land who ha* been visiting at th"
Ladl'-s and Children's Galoshes at
Smith home returned home Wednes­
The Men's Shop.
day
_______
RKBEKAHK
Mt. Pitt Lodge No. 167
Meet* Ist and 3rd Wedneaday
I O O F Hall
Clara Vincent, Noble Grand
Mlnnle Burkles, Secy.
Dr. A. R. Hedges
CENTRAL POINT
BEAUTY SALON
Pum pkin
Mr. and Mra. Paul Anderaon of
Medford have recently moved to
The Grange carnival was a big
their ranch 14 mile eaat of the Bear
success with a large attendance,
Creek Bridge. _______
much fun, and many amusements.
Edwin Gebhard left the fore part
The Golden Link class of the
of the week for Lo* Angele* where
he will attend the Dieael Engineer­ Christian church will meet at the
home of Mrs. Betta Pankey Nov. 12.
ing School.
I O. O. P. 193
Noble Grand. C. E Humphrey
S' C J. E. Vincent
Meet* each Monday evening at Hull
Visitor* Welcome.
Armistice Day!
WRESTLING NEWS
OROCHRY
MARKET
Phone "9 t
Stoves & Stove Pipe
Light Bulbs and Hardware
STOP — LOOK -
Alexander Hdwe. & Imp. Co.
LISTEN
That IVarless Fighting Fundamentalist
JAMES MATTHEW ALLEY
(Bible Evangelist
•
In an Old Time Gospel
AN
OREGON
BANK
SÉ RV
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eldon enter­
tained Mr. and Mrs Bert Peck at
| dinner and with an evening of cards
WANTED— Plowing with tractor *■ *■ Tuesday evening.
the butcher at Faber’* Store.
A new SeaFood market ha* open
WANTED— Ironing or plain sewing ed up across from the Roxy Theatr
Eva Wright, 4 blocks north Fire in Medford Sea fish fresh from the
Hall
X — It. ea will be on the market. Everyone
:a invited in to gel acquainted and
Take things you don't need to 15 R. try out these various sea foods.
Front, Medford and get cash or
liberal trade The TRADE MART
REVIVAL
WANTED
Church of Christ—Central Point
Starting Wed., Nov. 3, 7:30 p. m.
GI/ORJOl'S
■
5
■ ■ a
MUSIC
HEARTY WELCOME
COME - WORK - PRAY
Legal Notices
WBLD1NG— Electrtr and Aecytlene.
wrought and ornamental iron,
NOTH K T O C R E D IT O R *
gift* and novelties, pottery.
Notice la hereby given that the
Metal Kraft Shop 2l»9 W Main.
undersigned has been appointed ad
Medford
minlstratrlx of the e«»*te of Thomas
WANTED— Arabltleus students for udge, deceased All persons having
resident and home study course* Dims against said estate, are here-
In business training that turn >y required to present same, duly
verified as required by law, to sail
spare time into earning time Med administratrix at the Office of W U
ford Business College. OWN.
Trill, Suite 9. Talm Building. Me.l
ford. Oregon, within six month
FOR (4ALE
from the date of this notice Dated
TAKE Second hand goods to 111 this 28th dav of October. 1937
KATIE JUDGE
Trade Mart. Get cash or liberal
trade. We swap 15 South Fron* W o T rill
V t t '^ for Fatal-
M e d f o r d _______________
See the NEW
In making your W ill you have the privilege o f specifying
an Executor o f your choosing. If you do not the Court
will exercise that right when you arc gone. In making
your W ill consider the advantages o f a corporate Execu­
tor, such as the U. S. National, over an individual who
might be incapable, inexperienced, or who might die
before fulfilling the important duties involved.
A n n o u n c in g th e O p e n in g o f
Dry Slabs
M E D F O R D 'S
SEA FOOD
MARKET
$4.00 load
PLANER BLOCKS
$4.75 load
Central Point Word Yard
Tel.
W H OLESOM E
.AM
I might Salmon
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( Inin«
'¿M* I •••Alt'll rOOR II m % Ov*t«T%
!■>•**•• K m pérr i Lim s
IAA K. Mnin
|cro wn fr*m» lto\>
Cell o f write for B o l ' . . on IT ills. It point!
out memy then f t in u b t.b yon wiU he interested.
GEORGE T FREY. Manager
DWIGHT L. HOCOHTON, A*»t. Mgr
M e d fo rd B ra n c h
etf t h e
l u l l e d S ta le » N a t io n a l B a n k
M end O f f i c e , rortlnm d. O reg on
PREWAY
Oil
Burning
HEATERS
fU U V I.A TK and RADIATE
HUMIDIFIED HEAT
to warm the home
More Heat with Less Fuel
Central Point Hardware
We also handle SPARK Heaters