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CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
C ENTRAL POINT, ORMUON. THl RSDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1037
t if an Innocent Bystander
FOR M R U F U I
ON DECEMBER 10
Make Perfect Record
LOCAL MAN SEES
it waj way back in 1933 that this
writer be^an writing this colum un-!
der its pr« s nt heading and the oc-
«a ¡011 wa the sev>ra| triais then
belni conducted in th- district court
ill the ballot theft cases, which
triaU resulted in the conviction of
i The cast of the comedy farce.
Mr. aud Mrs. Harry A. DuBuque
several of the county's most pro
Say It With Flowers” , which they
returned this wotk lroui uu extended
minent citizens and their subsequent
will present on December 10, has
trip to their old home iu Alliance,
sentencing te the penitentiary. At
been rehearsing twice daily this
\ Nebraska, aud in eastern Wyom.ug
that time we sat in that beautiful
week under the direction of Mrs.
and South Dakota. Mr. D'.'Uuque la
courtroom and mused on what we Koss, class advisor.
owner of a beautiful new theatre in
saw and heard.
| The play, which is lively and
• • •
Alliance which has just been com
wholesome, has an American setting
pleted aud went east to attend the
Yv terday wo again sat Inside the and portrays modern times. There
opening. While on the trip they
rail in that room and mused. We
. . .
is no lead; every actor has a good
noted that conditions in Eastern
ever, almost went to sleep as the at- part. Aad there „ , n
„ co ‘ „dj.
South Dakota, Northern Nebraska
torneys droned on and on through , to keep the audience laughing and
and Wyoming were very bad.
interminable pages and quire, and enough suspense to keep their In-
Crops have been very poor thia
ream, of affidavits,
complaints, terest till the curtain falls on the
year, many former well-to-do fami
causes for action, etc., etc., in the | last act.
lies »re now on relief and much dis
several suits recently filed by Earl
Ernest Pinkbam will be seen as
couragement is noted, say the re
H. Fehl. These were being intro Frank Page, as a business man, with
duced in an endeavor to prove that his wife, Edith Page, Maxine Brown.
Next week we hope to print a pic
any man who could think up such The roles of their two daughters,
ture of the new theatre owned by
junk and really believe It must be Geraldine aud Sylvia, are played by
Mr. DulRuque, which is one of the
Barbara Fleischer and Arlene Scott. i
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Front Row (left to right): Ronald Pinklinm—Quarterback, Vernon Holland— halfback. Din Id l’ ut nan*— guard, most beautiful iu the atate.
Two young admirers of these girls j Harold Pieno— halfback, Morris Dow— guard, Lyle Seymour— guard, Ernest Plnkliam—fullback, l.orne Web*
We heard all the old story of the are Anthony Wayne, David Putnam; '•er—
halfback, Alan Jewett— halfback, Homer Myers— halfback, Hal Jewett— manager squatting In front. Sec-
plots and conspiracies and so forth and Jack Merril, Clyde Lees.
< nd Row: Coach Hulhurt, Jana's Grimes center. I’l l ) , O’Connor— lullba- k. Art Copingor— end, Leonard Becks Hosts at
that so wearied us all four years
Then there is the banker, Mr. I « opini;« :— m iter, Blue O'Connor— tackle, Ray Miller— tackle. Iliac«* Ebree— tackle. Hob Scoti— end. Third
Party Sat. Eve.
Dale Higginbotham— tackle, Keith Coplnger— cad. Itoli Hoagland—quarterback. Certi Gantenbrin— en«l,
ago rehashed. Again the picture i astle and his wife, Mrs. Castle, ¡(jru,v
Thompson— guard Kenneth Williams— end, Dale Seymour— end.
came to our mind of the testimony played by Boh Hoagland and Evelyn
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Beck enter
The local Central Point High uniforms. The locals, after a slow boys will be missed next year but
we heard and the appearance of the Stanley.
tained at their home on the Old
witnesses on the stand in those
Comedy is furnished galore jy
¡Stage road Saturday evening with a
trials. And, someway, it seemed all Aunt Min, Letha Hesselgrave; by for the football season just ended. one touchdown, gathered momentum step Into the 1938 squad.
dinner party. The affair was iu
so pitiful— so useless.
Oliver Plllsbury. Stanley Jones. and)™ *
Y“ " l t y ,am.' rf ? rv”
• • •
........... Glendale— it celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Beck’s
by Ethel, the maid, Wanda Hood
In justice to the court and in com
........... Ashland— 0
Tickets are enjoying a ready sal
Guests includ'd: Mr. Roy Jones,
pliance with our personal belief that according to Marlon Strayer, who
Medford Jr. HI*— t*
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rurns, Mr.
newspapers should refrain from ex has had charge of all business mat- ; season came oddly enough against ■ Art Copinger, Blue O’Connor, Morris Pointers— fi .
Ashland Jr. Hi. — 0
pressing opinions on cases
while ters in connection with the play, i the traditional rival Jacksonville Dow, Jim Orlmes. Lyle Seymour, I Pointers— 13
........... Glendale— 7 and Mrs. Josh Geer, Mr. and
Mrs. John Brenner. Mr. and Mrs.
they are still unsettled, we are not Posters announcing the play were when nine Pointer seniors were ap- Ray Miller, Pink O’Connor, Alan! Pointers— 6
Grants Pass— 0
Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
allowing ourselves to say what our distributed about town some time
....... Jacksonville— fi
Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Carol Hayes,
personal opinion is in this matter. ago, and reserved seats were placed
Hr. and Mrs. Riehard Whit, Mr. and
We feel confident that Mr. Fehl will on sale at Stone’s Drug store.
Mrs. K. D. Serlpter, Mr. aud Mrs
have a fair and impartial hearing,
Eugene Humphrey and Dale Hig
Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Clever
To Be Heard Here
just as we believe he had four years ginbotham have charge of the stage
Event of Week And John Obenchain j Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Lovell and Mrs.
ago. Judge Norton is altogether furnishings and properties.
Chaplain C. R Pond officiated at
too big a man to allow anything hut
All signs point to an eventng of
Cards were played
a double ring ceremony which united
fairness and justice to creep Into excellent entertainment when the:
Miss Zaidee E. Smith and Mr.
juniors present their annual class 1 An accordionist of some note, Ko- Mias Kathleen Bundy and Richard
m m 0
berta Hamilton, recently of Denver. W Fry Saturday afternoon at *2 Juhn M. Obenchain were married 011 Catlie Geer, Mrs. K. D. Serlpter. Ray
play "Say It With Flowers” on ths
; and now affiliated with the Baldwin o'clock at Chaplain Pond’s home on Saturday evening November 27 at (Burns and -Richard Whit.
These foggy mornings I vening of December 10
Mr. and Mm. Heck were presented
Piano Shoppe of Medford, will De South Newtown street.
Capt and the Methodist Parsonage in Medford.
sure make one agree with Sir Harry j Admission prices are adults
a lovely anniversary gift.
Pierce attendid Rev. Starkey officiating
Lauder— ‘ ‘It's nice to get up in the cent*, and high school students
was attended by her sister, Mrs.
mornin', but— it’s nicer to lie in your cext*.
2:30 o ’clock.
I The Bridal Chorus from Lohen- George Edwards and Mr Leo Oben- Geo. King W eds
Remember the date December 10
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and plan to be there when ” Say It!
» ' ract* *rln was played by Mrs Pond as the chain, brother of the groom, acted
Miss Jessie Gaddy
in n' ul,lr clrclei' bride and bridegroom took
their as best man. Only the Immediate
We received a communication With Flowers” Is presented by the in* much
relatives witnessed the ceremony.
from Senator Frederich Steiwer this
Mis* Jessie Gaddy, daughter of
mtttee is fortunate in being able to chrysanthemums and potted plants.
Mr and Mrs. Obenchain will re
week which we would like to print 1 ' n
and Mrs. Alonzo Gaddy of
side in Central Point.
But space forbids. The
Jacksonville, was married to George
Junior Senator, whose announce
C h a n g e O w n e r s h ip
1,1 oriler ,n * lTe a® many people Bt the Lamport apartments in Med-
Mr. Irsrt Lewis received an an ¡King of Central Point
ment that he will not be a candidate
with the Rev. Sherman L. Divine
las possible an opportunity to hear ford.
for re-election came as quite a
Mr. Freeman has sold the house I Miss Hamilton the program hourj Mr Fry is a civilian employe of Grishy of the birth of a 9-lb. 3oz. reading the service at the home of
shock to ns all, takes a quiet slap
where Mr. and Mrs. Langston liv” j has been changed from the usual the civilian conservation corps.
baby boy at HiU, California. The he bride’s parents. The couple is
at the Administration for calling the
and they are looking for a house. I one o'clock time to two thirty. The j
baby was named Thomns Elven and to reside in Central Point.
present Special Session of Congress
Twenty-five friends of the bride
L. M. Cline has moved Into the regular P.T.A. meeting Is scheduled
was a week old Wednesdy.
He says he— and a lot of us common
Revival Closes at
gathered at her home Tuesday ev”-
3:00 on that day and parents
folks, too— fails to see the emer
ning and tendered her a surprise
the and friends who desire to hear Miss
R. F. Vincent moved into
Church of Christ
gency. Or at least an emergency so
bridal shower at which she received
Lauerman house. W. H Wheeler j Hamilton plav are invited to come
acute as to call for such expense.
many lovely gifts. During the eve
purchased the Olsen house and are 'early.
The Revival which ran just on&
• • •
ning Mrs. Lulu W. Saulsbury and
moving In today. C. L. McCoy ! An added feature is a one-act play month closed on Wednesday 1st.
It's plain enough that there seems
Let us lv of good cheer . . . Re Miss Grover gave several readings
moved Into the Taylor house while "The Lunatic" being put on by a The last subject was entitled “ Cen
to be an emergency so far as the
K. C. Eicher moved into the house junior cast advertising the coming tral Point’s Last Stand or The Great membering that the misfortunes and games were played later. Mrs.
New Deal is concerned. Unless th*'
that McCoy moved out of. Mr. and play "Say It With Flowers".
Judgement Morning". A* in all the hardest to bear are those which Gaddy and Miss Betty Sanger served
present "repression’ ’ can be stopped
messages. Biblical truth was never come.— Oliver Wendell Hol •efreshment*.
Mrs. Etcher lived here for many
right soon, we fear the New Deal is
years but have lived In Medford for j A number of the merchants are j fearlessly presented; sin was d»- mes.
going to be buried without honors.
a couple of years.
sponsoring a show to be held at tb” nounced; and America was railed
Even the President takes time bet
It’s "the little thing that tell"
grange halt Saturday evening
You back to God.
ween fishing trips to call for a re
P'ggy McCoy having 81 Baker
The Church of Christ wishes to
get your ticket with a 25c purchase
port on why the cost of living has Startling New»
thank Evangelist Alley and his good all confused over the remarks sh"
CHURCH OF CHRIHT
at any one of these stores.
gone up. If he would stick on the
Among the Jews
wife for their untiring efforts and made about poor, SI living In one
Clifton A. Phillips,
Job a little steadier he might (note
we thank God for the recouaecra- Ittle room all alone.
At the "Little Red Brick Church’ ’
we say MIGHT) be able to a id 3
tlons and open confession of Christ
Bible School 10:00 A M. Roland
Al B'ndickson says he knows
and 2 and arrive at the proper an- j Sunday morning at the 11 o’clock
which resulted from the Revival.
everyone ate Turkey Thanksgiving lover, Supt.
hour, the pastor Rev. Robert Chss. report a good time.
Clifton A Phillips, Pastor
Communion and Preaching 11:00
for he sold one to everyone that did
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Lewis will preach from the F.leventh
A M. Subject "The Most Awful Let
Is it possible that another rh rlst-1 rhapter of the Book of Romans.
ter in The Alphabet." Mr*. Phillips
mas season Is upon us? Wasn’t it .. hich sets forth the fact that God’s , with her daughter Bessie Hale and Old Dean Home
will sing for this service and the
yesterday we were clearing away the Time Clock for the Jews will begin family at Klamath Falls. Mr. Mil-
Children will meet with us for this
There Is strong ton wag a guest of his daughter Mrs.
mess of Holiday
decorations and striking again.
in this paper. And there are a num Sunday on account of the Church
burning the old Christmas tre»? agitation among God’s ancient peo- Joe Cox Thanksgiving and in th«
we could not get any informa 'getting acquainted with the new
Mr Theodore Glass and Mr. Paul
Tempus fugit, as the old Roman pie for a "Re-trail of Jesus Christ.” afternoon they motored to Rogue
jienibers which were received during
said, and the seasons roll around As Mr. Lewis is a close friend of the River and vlaited Mr. Milton’s
I le Revival.
modeling and decorating Mrs Ollv»
faster and faster as one grows older head of this movement, he w ill, mother. Mrs. Milton brought her
Senior. Intermediate, and Junior
Calling at the Faber Market for
«peak at first hand on the subject j little granddaughter Barbara home
Endeavor 6:30 P M.
Mr. Glass gave the house a thorough
This startling news will be of Inter rith her for a visit.
ed that It wasn't possible thia was
Evangelistic Service 7 30 P. M.
Mr*. Minnick Again
est to those who are looking for the ’
the morning for our ad and was a«k object "A Building with about 3R0
consolation of Israel
This will he I Mr. Webster who Is stationed at the kitchen. Mr. Jones did the for the dead line. Just In time to room« and one door and one win
Heads Civic Club followed by the Communion
service | T re», spent me nolldays at ho,
Willow Spring ranch where the keep us from fainting the ad was dow ” Mr». Iaetta Eide will bring
, h„ evening a« the 7:30 o’clock «nd in the afternoon Mrs. Webst
. _ .
It Ko n n #
n «A/.m r.,. nir. J
The Civic Club held .heir rgula.
In X * X » 7 w lll'p ^ a r h on ’ ’The
a"d 1 D
accompanied \ Mr famous Willow • Bpring mine was waved in our face all ready for the , h<* special music.
• ffiee. W e’ll get even yet
Prayer and Htble Study Wednes
meeting Wednesday afternoon Thi. hour,
<Webster to Yreka, returning homo once locat'd
day 7:30 P.M.
Mrs. Cornutt will
was election of officers. Mrs. .Min Seeking Savior
Everybody made welcome
| Thumler thinking that a nice have charge of the devotional period
nick was re-elected president. Mrs.
i Juicy steak or roast ought to make and Mr. Phillips will outline a pro
and bring your friends. An evening
Mr. and Mrs. Jewett and Margie
Lawrence, secy, and Mrs. Hamrick,
herrl«** and tomatoes not to mention >» good a dlnn»r a . turkey.
and Laurel were guests at the family
gram for both older and younger
treas. All three ladies were elect-d of song and inspiration
flower* of variou* kind th“ first of
i dinner at th» Everett Faber home the week, after the hard frost of the
classes for our future stndy in the
unanimously. Mrs. Humphrey was
Mr Don Faber who i* coach at Thanksgiving day
the Albany College *ays that the
Always welcome Always wanted!
Mrs. Minnick gave a report of the
John Merritt frem Klamath Falls
| Human beings have eat-n fish for
had take, in during prospect for hi.
This land Eugene Merritt of Sprague River flowers
I thousand* of years.
THE FEDERATED mUHCTI
the past eight months ($325* ^ h e
» big im provem ent j were both home fo r Thanksgiving
And yet the claim is made that
Rev. R. ft. I*wta, Pastor.
club owes no one and has
over last year having won 4 game*, j with their parent*
Glen Morgan both of Central Foint fish i* good brain food
$10 on in the treasury
Well, Medford snd Creacent City
G eorge Edwards, formerly of * « r * married in Medford by W . R
Bible School, 9 30 A M.
to postpone ail activities during lost 4 and tied two H* i. plsnn r
on » good basketball season
Medford, who ha« secured a good Coleman. The bride la a daughter might try propagating and eating
Communion and Preaching 11:1»*!
December and will take up *> »
io Reno. Nevada, returned ©f **r Tom E Smith and Ruby whale«.
project at their next meeting J»n
John Torrence of Klamath Fall* Friday for his w ife, nee Dorothv Walker o f Central Point and the
Then we might develop brains
Evening Service* 7:30 PM.
vlaited hia grandparent* Mr
to get more dire, t road« to
Young People and Jr. Leagues
Minnick had prepared a
for that city where they expect to Morgan of Central Point The newly th'- C«ve« «nd the Co«*t.
« 30 PM
farewell feast having d“cided de- Mr» W A- »cheli.
F I R M E R « A E R M T f . K O M KRM
establish tbelr home.
wed« will make tbelr home in Cen-
Rerean Bible Clasa Christmas
party will he at the bom* of Mrs.
Mr. snd Mrs Henry Waelty wa*
t Member FDIC»
Leonard ou Beall Lane Thuraday
visitors at th» borne of Riley Myers
Vm. R!l»y Mysrs Is yery III at P S .— When this happen« we hope Dorsm b»r 9. 1937. Can will leave
tb* orS^n wrn »Hu b* th e n .
'V* churrb at 2 II pm.
ON MIDWEST TRIP
So w h a t?-
entoyesj by tboe* pireeeet.