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CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
1938 Farm Market
Less Favorable Is
C I N T R A I . POINT, ORHUON,
By an Innocent Bystander
Ï NIGHT” TO
BE FEATURED BY
T H I IISDAV, NOVEMBER 1S, IB M
V IM IIK it «i
Dads A re Invited
To Visit Campus
' Dads" of University of Oregou
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students from Central
been iuvited to come to the Eugene
We little thought when we start-1
campus. December 3 aud 4, for what
ed scribbling this junk that our ef-1
their sons and daughters enthusias
forts would ever Inspire a poet— a t '
tically declare will be the greatest
"Dad's Day” week-end in the history
thanks to the "Banker Poet" for his1
of the father's club. This year the
effusion. We shall continue to do
The Order of the “ CM, lettermena
A union Thanksgiving service will
entire week-end will be given over
our best to hold ourselves to plain
organization of the high school, will
held at the Little Brick church on
A somewhat less favorable farm savings.
present MSport Night.” next Tuesday
giving him a chance to aee the Uni Thanksgiving day, both local chur
evening at the high school gymuasi> market demand outlook tor 19381 The report deals extensively with versity’s uew buildings. Since uo oth ches uniting in the service. The ser
You know, folks, unless one’s at urn.
than in 1337 is the most ontstand- j the market outlook for all of the
er major campus events are sched vices will start at 10:00 o’clock a.m.
titude and viewpoint is backed by
The lettermen will present an ing factor of general significance in major crops and animal
Following Is the program for th'
E plain common sense, one doesn’t evening of boxing, wrestling tumh- ,he ™ lumlno“ » r(,P °1'' prepared by I from a national viewpoint, showing uled at this time, it is stated by
William CuiumingH, Medford, chair occasion:
get far in this world, anyway That ling, _ motion
pictures and stunts.
considerable variation in the out-
Come All Ye Faithful— page No. 55.
is just the trouble with the New
The purpose of the" evening's fes-
conference held at Washing- look for the different products. Each
For the first time in many years Prayer by Rev. R. C. Lewis.
Deal. So much of their program has tivitles is to celebrate the successful ,on' D C according to L. R. Brclt-j county agricultural agent lu the Uni-
the week-end's program will be de President’s Proclamation by Avys
been promulgated by a lot of crack- season of the football team Expen- haupt. O.S.C. extension
economist, ted States has been supplied with a
signed so that fathers may have a
brained enthusiasts and when held Ses have also occurred during the who repre*en,ed Oregon at the con- mimeographed copy so that farmers
maximum of time with their sons Faith of Our Father, page No. 14 9.
up to the light of common sense football season and this program is ferenc* This demand outlook
is may have access to the information
¡and daughters. Numerous entertain Scripture, Rev. Stanley Parrish
based principally upon an analysis even though it is too lengthy for
Just won’t "match up.”
'expected to help defray same.
ment features are planned, they will Duet, Nelda Ayers, Iris Hill.
economic publication in entirety. Parts of the
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1 The football team had a highly of the general domestic
be such that "Dad" and students can Address, Rev. Clifton Phillips.
Take for instance, price fixing, or successful season from the stand- 8' tuat' on
activity, national report will be localized and go to them together.
"Blest be the Tie that Binds" page
Increasing commodity prices. It has point of scores, but was a nightmare f'orei* n demand is expected to show supplemented from time to time by
The event will serve as the first
been easy for the "arm-chair” quasi- financially. Admission of ten, fifteen |llltle’ if any’ lmP^ov,<men,• although Mr Breithaupt and his conclusion official "open house” for the now
Benediction, Rev. James M. Alley.
scientists to gaze into the crystal and twentyflve cents will be charged l export® may *nrrease as a result of published in the form of agricultural practically completed campus, with
ball and come out with the proposi-1
___________________ » necessity for finding outlets for a situation and outlook reports
its million dollar buiding program Subjects for Week
tion that our people spent «ay *1
n x ______i_ I . j i .
larger volume of farm products
more general distribution In Oregon at ast a reality. "Dads”
000,000 last year for a certain pro- ^ h l i r c H L a d l e s M e e t
[The report states that ’ ’both prices!
The Oregon reports will
be re- shown proudly through the new li
A t Revival Given
duct and so should spend a like
A t Faber Home I md buying power per unit of farm leased during the season of the year brary, bailed as one of the finest in
amount this year.
' products are expected to be lower in when the respective parts of the In- the country. They will see wrestling
The following subjects will be giv
these wise-guys let us raise the price The Ladies of the Federated church , 193S than *" 193V ’ and that cash formation will probably be the most tumbling and other exhibitions in en in the Revival Campaign at the
of that product and thereby increase combined in one meeting at th* farm incomt‘ may hp somewhat less useful. The first of these will be a< the new up-to-the minute
physical Church of Christ. James Matthew
the Income of the producer thereof home of Mrs E. C Faber. Miss Carl- ,han ,n
° n , *'e ot*ler hand, brief mimeographed digest covering education plant, and watch prospec Alley, the evangelist is holding his
(so we can collect more tax from ton preisdent of the missionary so- farm wage rates and the cost o f most several of the major commodities, tive Olympic team members dive and hearers spellbound with the force of
ciety having the first 20 minutes ° ‘ ,ke commodities used by farmers such as wheat, feed crops, poultry, swim in the new men's natatorium. these Interesting and timely mes
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1 presented high points from our many ,or nrodti<',,°n are expected to be dairy, hogs, sheep and beef. A few
As usual, the big father’s banquet sages The spiritual power of the Re
Fine, se 7 ye— but just let Old Bro. missionary centers. Mrs Richmond, j hiKher PXCPpt
anrt 80mp kinds‘ copies of this have already been dis will be the outstanding feature ot vival Is keenly felt In every service.
common Sense have his say-so. In president of the Ladies Aid with the
family living , trihuted to county agents. The coun- the weekend. It will be held at John You are invited to come and bring
such a case— if our people had $1,- help o f Mrs Minnick told of their itenis mav llot change greatly on thejtv agents have also been supplied Straub memorial hall, and an in your friends. Subject for
000,000 to spend for that product quilt dispersments and planned for "hole, hut over the country general-: with one copy each of several hand- teresting program is assured, it is November 19 "Must 1 Belong to the
last year— is that any assurance the Thanskgiving baskets. Mrs Ay- ' y *^*PrP
probably he less nton-> books of outlook charts and statls- stated by Phyllis Gardner, Portland, Church in Order to be Saved?"
they have as much this year? And ers, president of the Berean class py available pcr family for living and ¡tics
supposin’ they did, would that mil-i took the last period. Roll call was|
Other events which fathers may Teach and Put to Test."
attend with their sons and daugh
lion dollars buy as much of the pro- answered by a scripture verse with Mr. and Mrs. E. Faber
Dinner Party A t
Sunday 11:00 a. m. "Ten Per Cent
ters include basketball games with Christians”
duct at the increased price, as it did Thanksgiving in it. Mrs. E. C. Rich-
J if •
at last year's price? Wouldn't the mond gave a message on Thanksgiv-1
A t t e n d I v lW a n iS IvT eet
W O O d C O C k H o m e Portland university Friday and Sat
Sunday 7:30 p. m. "Astraddle of
urday evenings, and the annual the Fence”
natural and inevitable result be that 1 ing using many scripture verses. The'
Mrs. Joe Woodcock entertained at
sophomore informal dance Saturday.
the volume of sales of the product nominating committee was named
Monday No Service.
Wednesday o r last week for Tacoma I her borne with a dinner party Wed
The social hour took the form of
aunual meeting of the Oregon
would be reduced even though th>-
Tuesday 7:30 "Th e Crucifixion of
nesday evening in honor of Mr. until
Dads will be held Saturday morning Christ— Mail’s Greatest Need."
same amount was spent In purchas a shower' for Lauretta Lefler fol-
convention. Mrs. Jewett and Miss Ar Mrs. Clark Johnson of Earlemurt,
■ lowed by refreshments of sandwlch-
church services Sunday will
Wednesday "How the Cruel War
<^alif. The following guests were pre
! es, doughnuts, coffee and tea aerv- lene Estes accompanied them, Mrs. sent: Mr. and Mrs. Cornutt, Mr. and conclude the week-end.
den was Converted."
Jewett visited her k»n Richard. vY>
Working with Cummings are the
Who then would profit by the j * * by the hostess and committee,
Tbirsday "Aims.Ira's One Found
is attending the Willamette Univer Mrs. Earl Moore and children Yvon
following: Jack Lockrtdge, Portland ation”
And who would
-¡"In us. we have blessed
sity and her sister Mrs. Putman a'
campus promotion; Phyllis Gardner,
We earnestly entreat your co-op
suffer? Why those whose incomes ' ,mP8 together.
Salem. Miss Estes visited her sister Mr. and Mrs Lester Johnson, Mr. anti
Portland, banquet. Jack Enders,
had not been increased but w
in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Faber vi
Oregon City, greeting
COME! W O R K ! P R A Y !
were forced to use the product and N e w B r a k e M a c h i n e
sited Mrs. Fabers relatives in Salem guests Mr. and Mrs. Johnson.
Rita Wright, Condon, publicity;
pay the higher price, of course. Forj
Mr Faber’s brother, Don and
Elizabeth Turner. Portland,
Installed by Lees and
remember, the amount of MONEY
wife. In Albany.
Mrs. Jones Entertains tration. and Lloyd Wright, hospital-
spent remains the same.
At the convention Mr. Faber was
With Turkey Dinner tty.
Jack Lees ha3 just installed a installed Lieutenant Governor for
But what’s the use? There Is no
this district which includes Eugene.
Mrs. Ethel Jones entertained the
A man who puts aside his religion
more chance of common sense hav age in this city. The new machine jRoseburg, North Bend. Bend, Red- following guests at a turkey dinner Masons Enjoy Talks
because he is going into society, ts
ing its way in the present set-up
¡mond. Klamath Falls. This district at her apartment Sunday: Mr. and
At Recent Meet like one taking off his shoes because
than there la for a leopard to change] linings much easier and faster than Is one of the largest and one of .Mr. Mrs. Darrell Palmer of Crater Lake,
he is going to walk upon thorns. -
his spots. However, there are a few by the old method and also to do a Faber's duties is to visit each club Miss Jerry Jones of Yreka, Miss Ro-
The local Masonic lodge enjoyed a
hopeful signs on the political horl-. better job.
twice a year. Mr. Faber’s election a s ] ma McReynolds. Junior and Russell very interesting after-meeting at the
zon. Even F D R. seems to be chane-
The new machine, made by the Lieutenant Governor Is in recogni- Ayers, Mr. and Mrs Purkeypile and close of their regular business ses
The T. T. O. club met at the Pearl
ing his tune and leaning more and Milford Machine company is equip- t|nn 0f jf,e outstanding work he h:ts Mr Roy Jones. This was a very en sion Wednesday evening A very in Bonney home Wednesday
more to the "right.” You know- he P*d to punch out old rivits, drill and f|0ne for |j,e order,
teresting and instructive talk was Where the Goblin Gob snd the Cob
said once upon a time (he’s said a countersink new holes in all kinds
On their return trip they took in
given by Prof R. E. McNeal of the web Cob.
lot since! that his administration and thicknesses of brake lining, set ,
pa||f0rnia-Oregnn football gam»
Southern Oregon Normal School, de
Junior Class Play
Everyone reporting to this office
was going to be one o f "trial and the rivet* and then smooth uP t h
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puty district grand master, on the
mar new linings mav
experiment," and we’ll tell the wnoie
whole lining so that
may _ ,
W ill Be December 10 Constitution, what it stands for and that it rained Tuesday night.
what it cost the founders of our
world he spoke truly. It has been be fitted and adjusted without wait- j O L O n n O F I W1I18
Pink and Blue being Black and
"Say It With Flowers", a three act
just that and at least some of his ing for them to be "broken in as Is [
Honored A t Party
government. The speaker called at Blue after their birthday party Wed
comedy, will be presented
by the tention to the fact that these were
“ experiments” remind us stronglv of n"ua»y ‘ he case
♦ he time hark In our hifch nrhool | Mr Lee« state* that anyone d^alf« j R0y Jones entertained with a birth- juniors as their annual class play on men of different qualifications; men
the evening of December 10.
who spent many
days when some young “ experimen- | >ng to install their own brake linings ^ay party |n honor of Pink and Blue
In spite of It being Nov. 18 W. A.
The cast ha« been in rehearsal for
months of study and argument
in Schell was repairing a fly swatter
ter” placed a beautifully decorat'd
rnme time now under the direction
the preparation of the document.
dish of Carbon Risulnhld? on the ings to him and he will gladly fit on day evening at the Shack. This was
of Mrs Ross, class advisor.
Not one of these men alone could
lady teacher’ s desk—they smell lUte
Those taking part
chine at a very reasonable cost, whe and cidar were served, also a beau
Faber's truck seems to have a
have promulgated such
ther or not the linings be purchased tiful birthday cake which carri-d Pinkham, Maxine Brown.
ment. hut all together they produc fondness for the location In back of
out the color scheme of Pink and Eleiseher, Arlene Srott, Letha H ps - ed the finished Constitution.
Our the Masonic building
Do you know, we couldn't help from him.
Mr. Lees is also equipping his Blue with pink ros*>s and blue sterna! ' P,i?ri,vi’ ’ _ ^ y P,y® Stanley, Stanley national emblem stands for not only
hut admire the wav things were
.j,« c|r. shop with a largp stork of parts and and leaves. This was the first par’ y Jones and Wanda Hood
Kenneth McCoy saying he was
the Constitution, hut represents th*
conducted ‘ he other day in tne cir - 1
Marian Strayer Is the
nt certain accessories for the convenience
of I that we ever knew of with the hnn-
sacrifices made of life and money, like his daughter— he could not read
cult court when the case of certain, _
manager and Eugene Humphrey and
the speaker said.
i or guests carrying out the color mn-
old lady w r s ] hls patrons. He has a large
his own writing after It got cold
Dale Hlginbotham are stage mana
who hal< i ment of distributor points and parts I
Prof H. P. Jewett gave an en-
being heard and the man
Jackson spark plugs to fit 95 per rent of all \
raised so much heck In
an,ljcars; starter parts:
growth of education beginning with
county for these many years
heater hose: gaskets, rap screws of i
the early period of th» world up to
who at this writing Is Incarcerated
all sizes, etc. He says he Is gradually
In the county bastile on a question
CHURCH OF CHRIST
getting in shape so as to stop being
We have heard both of these ad
of sanity, was allowed to appear as
Clifton A. Phillips,
compelled to run to Medofrd for *v- !
dresses highly spoken of. In fad
a witness No one not familiar with
’ ry little thing h» needs in his work
the facts would have gues«ed that
terpieces. It was also mentioned that
this man was the one who had done
Bible School 10:00 a m Roland
his damdest to oust the Judge « • ing" the former county official Into
Point might have a chance to listen Hover, Supt.
this court and who had fought ev< 1 - confinement.
Communion and Morning Services
similar talks We plan to make an
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a. m Evangelist Alley’s Sub
effort to print both of these addres
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Of all the fool idea« that
ject "T>>n Per Cent Christiana” .
The entire case went forward rs ever come tc our notice, that of al
Sen'or Intermediate and
Refreshments were served and »
smoothly and with Just the sam- lowing pin-hall machines to oner
Christian Endeavor fi:30 p m.
social time enjoyed.
courtesy as in any other case. Not more curse the state and take a por
Evangelistic Service» 7:30 p. m.
by so much as a flash of an eve did tion of the ill-gotten gains to pay
Subject "Astraddle of the Fence.”
As*emblv Prosrrnrn to
Judge Norton betrav the fact that old ago pensions. Is the worst An
Read separate article for the sub
the man before him was the ram- other "merry-go-round.”
Be “ Amateur Hour” jects of the week and don’t fall to
one who had tried to blacken h'r the kids and young folks ramble
character and force him off
*h' away their money to thefr h»art«
Evangelist Alley will *p°ak every
The Thanksgiving Assembly pro
gram will be in the nature of an night except Monday.
content— the old folks’ll get It hark
Com*! W ork' Prsy!
Amat*ur Radio ‘Broadcast, featuring
for a* least a part of It. minus
And. someway, it seems to ns t*»
P 8 Don't fall to hold person »1
student tslent. It will be b"M on
some crook’s percentage» and ao will
be the height
prayer for World Revival on Bun 21
Tuesday Nor 23 at one o’clock.
have that sanity case aeainst Earl he able to stake the kids again Bah’
Morris Dow will he the "Major
H FeJil fried before Judge Norton «nch things give ns a pain
THE FEDERATED CHURCH
Bowes" In charge of the program
of all people And that able iuri*
Rev. R. C. le s t o , Pastor
The program which will present pre
The very fact that so much m or- .
has our sincere sympathies He'll h-
sent miscellaneous talent, will
"damned If he does, and damned *1 ey Is being spent In defense of th» !
R -v. It C. Lewis, pastor, phone 51
clude tap dancing, vocal selections,
Bible School. 9:30
h» don’t.” But to our mind he 1« deadly pin-hall marhin»a ought to
yodellng. accordion, harmonica. In
taking the only dignified »nd proper convince any san» person that th»re
strumental solos and duets, and sev
Two groups of Endeavors. A-30
» i V 'O
war " f handling th* matter bv ap
eral orchestra numbers The orches
Evening services. 7 30
ia iotnething rotten in Denmark If |
pointing such a hoard of » u m l s » ' -
Wedne«day nrayer meeting. 7:30
tra will be directed by R A Botta.
ts he has. They are men totally dis they were to darned innocent, bow
The public la Invited to attend ! Thimdav. Nov 19. a loin* meet-
ting of Ladles Aid. Missionary M»»*-
T t y tlm» la n»tt Tneedar *• one tng and Barena CJ*a* party will b»
interested and far above suspicion of come such a court fight for the'r
heij *t th* home of Mr» E. C Enber.
any though* * rr* r * ® *r* * ' ^ T**'^* i
° .u ,lo o k
So w h a t? -
THE C O P IS G E T T I N G C L O S E R