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About The Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1936-195? | View This Issue
A Recent Bride
Libby Hamilton and Carol Furr
their apartment in Ashland with J
shower for Miss Dorothy
whose marriage to Mr. John Town
send of Astoria will take place the
latter part of this month. Miss Pow
ell received many lovely gifts from
her schoolmates in Ashland and
Central Point. Dainty refreshment'
were served and all had a lovely
G LEN D ALE 13
— I’hoto by Corley
Mr*. ( liar!:-* Taylor (Mary Arnapiger) daughter of Mr. and Air*. Olen
Arnapiger of Medfprd, wlioae marriage was a recent event at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. F. <1. Thayer.
W RESTLING NEW S
O f Unemployed
Red Lyons, 2M5-pound villain from
In their fifth straight win of this Joplin, Mo., may be a tough baby in
season the Pointers gained a victory most leagues, but be can't success
lust Friday over Glendale, in spito fully compete in the same circuit
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of a cold drizzle, by a score of 13 boasting Bob Kenaston.
of Columbia, and the Territories of
to 7, in the presence of a large,
The Gold Hill Marine, making his Hawaii and Alaska. Only one card
farewell appearance last night in the will be left at each dwelling unless
Central Point made a good return main event at the armory, took Ly- the carrier has reason to believe
of the opening kick-off and on the ous upart little by little and finally, that there are two or more unem-
first play of the game Blue O’Con
after splattering him all over the j Ployed workers.
nor received a Pointer fumble be
arena with terrific haymakers to the will be available at any post office
hind the Glendale goal line for the
back of the head, clamped on the or can be obtained
The pass for the
now famous Gold Hill crab to ring from any carrier. All post-office em
extra point vas knocked down.
up his fifth straight victory to no ployees will endeavor to answer in
In the second quarter Glendals defeats.
quiries concerning the census and
scored on a pass and converted to
Bobby Chick lost one fall to Steve the report card and will, upon re
make the score 7 to 6 in their favor.
Strelich In the middle event, then quest, give assistance in filling out
Soon after that Centrni Point made
came back to give him the works via the report card or refer the person
Its second touchdown with
the lariat spin. And, as per usual, making the inquiry to the nearest
Webster carrying the ball across.
the splnee was done for, then and post office.
They converted with a place-kick by
nature of th<j
wrestling ability with his educated answers to questions on the Unem
The second half was scoreless
legs, took the first fall in the second ployment Report Card will
with excellent defense work by both
round with a head scissors. Chick spected by the Administrator of the
The Pointers halted a de
ended proceeding with his airplane National Unemployment Census. The
termlned Glendale rally in the final
spin in the following canto. It was a names of signers will not he pub
minutes of the game, and the game
great match, clean and scientific, lished or made public in any man
ended 13 to 7, the first time this
with Strelich thrilling
the crowd ner.
season that the Pointers have been
time and again with his amazing
The President has stated in his
message to every worker:
" I f yon
lo d g e “ d ir e c t o r y
I. O. O. F 193
Noble Grand, C. E. Humphrey
Sec. J. E. Vinceut
Meets each Monday evening at Hull
Mt. Pitt Lodge No. 167
Merde 1st and 3rd Wednesday
I.O O F . Hall
Clara Vincent, Noble Grand
Minnie Bnckles, Secy.
C L A S S IF IE D
WANTED— Second hand toilet and
lavoratory In good condition. Call
or write thla office.
W A N T E D - Plowing with tractor »<>,.
the butcher at Faber's Store.
WANTED- Ironing or plain sewing
Eva Wright, 4 blocks north Fire
l — Jt.
WELDING— Electric and Aecytlene,
wrought and ornamental iron,
gifts and novelties, pottery.
Metal Kraft Shop. 20» W. Main.
W ANTED— Ambitious students for
reeklent and home study courses
In business training that turn
•pare time Into earning time. Med
ford Business College. OWN.
T A K E Second band gooda to
Trade Mart. Get wish or liberal
trade. We »war- 15 South Fron\
FOR SALE.l ’ y acres. 2-room houac
near city limita of Medford ou Pa
cific highway. Good huainea* lo
cation. $800 00 L. G Plckel, 16
S. Bartlett, Medford.
FOIt SALE New crop Franquette
walnut«, 8 lbs for $1.00 W M
Thethrow, Central point
ESTHER PA LM ER DAY
Teacher of Plano
Specialises In class work for
Phone 199. Central Point
Pan! prenwure system,
large tank without motor $15.00.
Orion Glana 1 mile 8.W. C P. 3-It
Mrs. Gracie Dunlap,
Passes To Reward
Grade Mabel Dunlap, 45, wife of
Howard Dunlap, of Central
and a resident of southern Oregon
all her life, passed away at a local
hospital Saturday evening, Novi m-
her 6 Mrs. Dunlap had been In fail
ing health for the last year.
Born in the vicinity of Sams Val
ley, December 9, 1891, Gracie Smith
July 27, 1915, and had made many
friends who will sorrow. She was a
good neighbor, loved and respected
by all her friends.
She leaves beside her husband,
two daughters, Vivian Gertrude and
Edna Louise Dunlap, both at home,
and one brother, L. J. Smith of
Rogue River and a sister,
Love of Central Point.
Funeral services were held at the
graveside in the Central Point I O.
O. F. cemetery Tuesday at 2:00 p.
m.. Rev. D E Millard officiated
Perl Funeral Home in charge of ar
Thursday, Nov. 18
T H A N K S G IV IN G
$3.00 and $4.00
5. Persons who are on vacation or
are taking time off from a job to
which they will return.
6. Administrative employees of
W PA , NYA, CCC, or other agencies
work projects which are supported
by public funds.
b other groups
cluded from registration are:
1. Persons who
C E N T R A L PO IN T
B E A U T Y SALO N
Phone Central Point, 2It fo r
JR V N IH H. BUXTON
EVERY STEP COSTS LESS
M* fo r
lU 'fn rr h i n i n i «*I* m * s % h«»rr
(a< M i|i \HSOHTXF\T
you can depend on Red
F lo u r
R a is in s
■ 4-lb. pkg.
H am bu rger
Liver & Onions
Ball Boots to give you
more real value dollar-for-
dollar. They fit bet
A LL MEAT
ter, feel better, look
better, and w e a r
■ 2 pounds
for your Ball-Band Boots.
* * >; »
* * *>; *
■ 2 pounds
1.01 N CUTS
K. M. E. D.
Be our guest on another Aanooiated Sportcoat and
accept our invitation to drop in and get acquainted.
Smiling Aaaoriatcd Service k epa your car running
•moot hlv. aafelv and economically.
See them before buying
Associated Service Station
L. c . G R I M E S
C A R V IN G SETS
Central Point Hardware
Long's 2nd Hand
H AR D W ARE A IMPLEMENT CO
In water, mud or slush
GRANGE HALL. II |>.iii.
I In h i t
Central Point Grange
Nice line of stove mats.
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When you wear
T H A N K S G IV IN G
Mr. and Mrs Alfred Middleton of
Graeagle who visited here Sunday
were driving a new DeSota.
Central Point Wood Yard
Old papers for »ale at this office.
give me the facts. I shall try to use work because of permaueut disabll-|les Stanley of Lake Creek
2. »5 00 to Gordon Stanley, L,ake
them for the benefit of all who need ity or chronic Illness.
2. Persons who have retired or Creek.
and want work and do not have it."
3. $3.00 to Benton Walch, Route
Registration on the Unemployment who do not want work.
3. Young persons excluded from 3, Medford.
Report Card is in no sense registra
tion for a job. Individual jobs will work because of State child labor
4. $2.00 to Bub Walcli, Route :t,
not be provided in this way. The laws or local ordinances.
Congress directed that the census be
5. $1.00 to Norman Smith, Cen
taken to provide information to aid
in the formulation of a program for
6. $1.00 to Clayton Charlev,
Who Should Register
Three hundred and seventy-five Brownsboro, Ore.
should fill out and return an indi
vidual Unemployment Report Card ears of selected 4-H club seed corn
The $500 special prize for
to the post office if he is included in were on exhibition in Medford last
highest yielding corn was awarded
any of the groups described In the week, the result of a new corn im
following paragraph entitled, “ Per provement contest started in Jack- to Charles Offenbacher of Applegate
sons Who Should Register." An ade son county this year and sponsored
quate supply of cards should
be by the Medford branch of the U. S.
made available upon request, in or National bank. More than 35 acres
der to assure the inclusion in the of corn were planted and cared for
census of each person who should by the 16 club boys this year and the
acreage is expected to double that
a. All persons who are totally un- amount next year, according to C. TV
employed, able to work, and want Conrad, county club agent,
work. b. All persons who are partly , Dr. E R Fore, corn breeder at
MAKE YOUR OLD MATTRESS
employed, able to do more work, and Oregon State college, judged the ex
INTO AN INKKSPKINO. OUR
want more work. c. All persons hibit and complimented the boys on
working full time or part time on j their good work this year, but point-
projeots of WPA. NYA, CCC, or oth- ed out several places where the boys
er emergency work projects which could make
are supported by public funds.
j ments on their corn and consented
Persons W ho Should NOT Register to cooperate with the bank and the
The following groups of employed club members in securing the best
persons should NOT fill out and re- seed available for next year. The-e
turn Unemployment Report Cards:
is a possibility of proven, high-bred
1. Persons who are working full
corn being used for the contest
time for wages or commissions, or w
Ume The boyg, „ hibi,9 con.
persons who devote full
their own business, farm, or profes- aUted of 25 ears ot rorn and the
slonal practice. Note that some of Pr*ZPS furnished by the bank were
these workers may be looking for awarded as follows:
another job, but they should not re-
1. 1938 summer school scholar-
Will soon be hen*.
i 8|,jp at Oregon State college— Char-
2. Persons who are working part
time (except on emergency work
See our line of
Storting Monday, Nov. 1,1
public funds) and who do not want
ROASTERS, ELECTRIC TOAST-
3. Persons who are on strike un
less actively seeking another job. 1
ERS, W A F F L E IRONS, COMBIN
4. Persons who are
sick or disabled but have a full time
G R ILI j H & W AFFLE
job to which they will return
soon as they get well.
IRONS, ELECTRIC IRONS, ETC.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Patti
Prince will be sorry to hear of th !
death of their little son James Rus-1
sell Sunday morning.
Mr. Sandy Richardson spent last
Sunday with his wife and daughter
Charlotte. Mr. Richardson has work
with Copco at Dunsmuir.
Prizes Given 4-H
Boys For Corn
Mr. and Mrs. George Goewitz and!
children arrived in Rogue River rfc- !
cently from Alaska. Mr. Goewitz will
be pastor of the Church of God at
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