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About The Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1936-195? | View This Issue
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I Mrs. W. J. Freeman who auff r d
Mrs. McCleod from Crater Lak
a set back la Improving Mrs Paine headquarters was visiting friends
amid shopping in Central Point the
is staying at the Freeman home.
first of the week.
Rav. and >lra. K. C. Lewis, Mr.'
iiarold Head and mother,
and Mr*. Ray Wyatt and »on . Ke„- »‘ Pent Thanksgiving with .Mrs. Head's
Plans are being made for the
neth and Dick wure guests at the H. sisters In Eugene, Mr. Head re Central Point basketball town team
W. Davisson home at Table Rock turned home. Mrs. Head remained It la thought that the team this year
for a visit.
I will be much better than last.
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C M H U l PO IN T. O RBO O S
Mr and Mr». Marshal SunwoiuU
a tend-d a family dinner at the
home of Mr». Simmonds
Mr. and Mr». O H. Adams In Ash-1
land Thanksgiving day.
Mr. and Mr». John Langston o.
Aahlsnd were out of town guest» a.
the family gathering at the McCoy
Mr. E. R. Gleason is suffering
Mrs. Mills and daughter Muriel j Mr». Nancy Wilson who has been
Rev. Emery of Medford has been
enjoyed dinner at the Ray Anders visiting her son in Rogue River has
staying at the Fry home *or the past
home Thanksgiving day.
returned to her home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Gleason entertained
Mr. and Mrs.
Morgan with a family dinner Thanksgiving.
t noent Thursday
Mrs Vauce Nolta and little son
Mr. and Mr
visited their grandparents Mr. and Airs. Paul Hes» and Miss Alice Wal j Billy from California, are visiting a: Prospect.
ton of Medford.
Mrs. Florence Walker Tuesday.
'Mrs. Nolta's parents Mr. and Mrs.
Lcuie Braga spent several days
William Musty and also other re
latives and friends in the valley. over the holidays with relatives at j
This week she visited her sister Mrs. Petuluma r turning home Saturdav. i
Arthur Lusk at Grants Pass.
Leo Albertoni, loca! manager
Mr. and Air. James Armstrong are the Nleaslo. California.
making a trip to Iowa to visit Mr. the Sonoma valley cheese factory ;
Armstrong’s father who is not well, stopped here on a return trip from
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j Vancouvi r. He also visited Crater
Mr. Jack ThHrp had a tooth ex- Dake In the evening but it looked
traded Monday and has be?n suf-jjust like a pond.
fering with severe pain ever since It»
was necessary to give him two shots
Delbert Ayers who Is attending
in the arm in order for him to get I Albany College spent Thanksgiviui. j
vacation with his parents Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Ayers.
•Mr. and Mrs R. MeColley of Puya-
Miss Dorothy Powell, daughter of i B
Mrs. Owlngs accompanied her »on
Postmaster Tom Pankey i» suf
lup, Washington, stopped for a Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Powell and John
Karl to Portland where he will go
fering with au attack of the flu.
hort visit with
McColley's L. Townsend, son of Mr. Abbot E.
thru the clinic.
sister Mrs. R. H. Moore and husband Townsend of Centralla were married
Mary Jane Bowman and Casey An
Frank GrfHin of Elsie, Nebraska |on their way to San Francisco wher > In Centralia by the Rev. Van Doren,
derson of Merrill were married early
this week and will make their horn • moved Into one of the hotel Valan- they will visit until after the Chr-.t- pastor of the Christian cuhrch Satur
mas holidays. They plan to stop for day evening. They will make their
Mrs. Anderson was rt dra cottages this morning.
a longer visit on their return trip. home in Astoria.
former Central Point girl and at
Boys’ Knit Sweaters. all wool at Beautiful weather was enjoyed on
tended school here.
The Men’s Shop.
their trip here. Leaving here at ten
PORTRAITS OF QUALITY
o ’clock they expected to be In Oak
(iet Our Price» on
Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Alley wlio land in time for supper.
Same as You would get In any city
just completed a very successful
Except the price
series of meetings at the Christian
Make your appointment» early
Airs. Jack Tharp's mother Mrs
S-3t church left this morning for Port Muse of Talent is improving after a
land. Mr. Alley remarked that his gerloug niness
stay in Central Point had been very
pleasant and that his cabin at the
Miss Mesnage enjoyed Thanks
Hotel Valandra was fine and the giving dinner with her sister Mrs.
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nicest hotel and cabins in the coun Peudois and family.
Noble Grand. C. E. Humphrey
Sec. J. E. Vincent
try was at the Valandra.
M-eets each Monday evening at Hall
Mrs. Walker and
Mr. and Mrs. Shoeman of Yreka Jenkins have moved into the Bowles
visited at the home of Mrs. Shoe- house.
man’s brother Mr. Theo. Glass last
Mt. Pitt Lodge No. 167
Miss Adalene Cassman is assistant
Meets 1st and 3rd Wednesday
book keeper at the cheese factory
I.O O F. Hall
Mr. Lloyd Smiley and Orville Zint- Saturday and after school
Clara Vincent, Noble Grand
FULL LINK OK KKKD, FIELD
merman brought over three truck
Minnie Buckles, Secy.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Claire Hig
loads of cattle from Keno for winter
NKKDM A FERTILIZERS
ginbotham Monday at the Purucker
maternity home a baby daughter
Mr. Theo. Glas» and Mr. George weighing S'/» lbs. The little mist»
Wright are repairing the scales at has been named Laurel Alene.
Pendleton and Patterson station.
Mr. Tom Velio who has been in
CLARA HAWLEY— Teacher of mo
dern, popular piano. Phone 615,
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Middleton of Central Point for the past 14 day»
Graeagle, Calif, arrived this after «n business returned to Sonoma this
noon for a visit with Mrs. Middle- mst week end.
WANTED— Second hand toilet and
ton’s parents Mr. and Mrs. Edward
lavomtory in good condition. Call
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stevens and Mrs.
or write this office.
Alary Richardson were dinner guests
We Will Give
at the Sanford J. Richardson home
W A NT ED— 'Loose alfalfa or grain
Mrs. Martle Wiliams of North
hay. See John Lubber», Faber’s Bend on a return trip from Oakland
7-11 to attend her daughter's
Miss Frances Faber who visited
i% Full Box-shaped mat tress rover
WISLDINQ— Electric and Aecytlen». stopped for a short visit with her i her parent over the holiday will
with each muttree*» renovated and
wrought and ornamental iron, sister Mrs. Sarah Vincent.
! finish her course at the Willamette
gifts and novelties, pottery.
Metal Kraft Shop. 209 W. Main.
Doris and Leona Conger, Erma J University this year and is making
Neidermeyer and Herbert Gifford ¡plans to continue next year at the
WANTED— Ambitious students for from Oregon State college spent |( :ll|f ° rnia University.
resident and home study courses Thanksgiving at home.
Bed Room Slippers for the entire
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Freeman.
Mr. Mervyn Gleason is with Nei-
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Koehler and Mr. man and LaMonte at Sacra mento.
and Mrs. W. B. Kincaid will he Sun He is salesman for Barber and
day dinner guests at the Earl Leever Beauty supplies.
home in Ashland.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hesselgrave
Mr. Bert Peck has opened up
and daughters Lotus and Letha and
auto repair and acetylene welding j Mr. and Mrs. George Marsh enjoyed
shop first door east of the grange Thanksgiving a' the home of Mr.
hall. No one needs any Introduction and Mr». John Hesselgrave at Table
to his work for he has been working Rock.
here for a number of years but has
had no shop since early last spring.
Grandma Wilkins, who has made
her home with Mr. and Mrs. Fla-
Si Raker spent Thursday with
liarty Is very ill.
friends In Grants Pass.
Coast Cedar Posts
HAVE MORE CHRISTMAS MONEY
-SA V E H E R E -
C an d y
CHOCOLATES or SUGAR
FULL OF Jl lt’E
H a m b u rg er
R aisin s
2 5 "
Pot Roast® Wi
BRING YOUR PAIL
. 1 5 C
GOOD QUALITY BEEF
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Don’t miss the Show
O nO C B H Y
1 7 C
Baled Hay Sc Straw
Finley Implement Co.
Fri. Sc Sat. Only
In business training that turn
family at The Men’s Shop.
Mr. Maple received a letter from
»pare time Into earning time. Med
Mrs. Maple at Everett, Washington
Mr. Emil Bendickson entertained
ford Busin«»» College. GWN.
saying that she was having a fine » group of friends with a big dinner
Thanksgiving day. Among those at-
Harold Hugger spent the holidays ending from here were Mr. and
FOR SALE— 5-room house and bath,
In good condition, located on at home. He will return Friday to Mrs. A1 Bendickson.
paved street near high school. Oakland where he Is manager of c
Renting 120,00' monthly. Price restaurant.
$1600. $200 Cash down. Monthly
Dr. J. P. Bray and Rev. Perry
Payments. L. G. Plcke], 16 S.
of Medford were callers
Bartlett, Phone 365, Medford. 8-2t
at the American office Wednesday
CHRISTMAS PIANO SALK — We morning.
are offering for a short time only,
free popular piano lessons with
Mr. and Mrs. B. M Thumler and
each piano sold. Fine slightly family spent the holiday with Mr»
used bungalow pianos, at a tre-j Thumler’» parents Mr. and Mrs C.
mendous saving to you. Come see S. Campbell on Evans Creek. Later
us and be convinced. Small down in the day they enjoyed a trip to
payment, easy terms
Hawley Eugene in their new ‘ 38 DeSota
Transfer. 118 N. Riverside, Med
TAKE Second hand goods to the
Trade Mart. Get cash or liberal
trade. We swap— 15 South Front,
FOR 8ALK.1 14 acres, 2-room house
near city limits of Medford on Pa
cific highway. Good business lo-
ration. $800 00 L O- Picket, 1«
8. Bartlett, Medford
FOR HALE- New crop Frauqsette
walnuts, 8 lb» for $1.00
Thethrow. Central point
ESTHER PALMER DAY
Teacher of Plano
Spécialisas In class work for
Phons I t i Central Potai
C entrai Point Wood Yard
Bring your Mattresses
Rest Prices In Valley
Sc Implement Co.
227 W . Main Nt.
So easy to select— so phasing to the recipient— a pair of
A very generous bottle of
Shampoo will he given with all
Permanents for $5.00 and up
The very beat »elution« are
used, thus making a perfect
Phone Central Point. 28 for
JENNIE M. BBXTOK
V» ■ • V
• To be sure that the correct lubri
cants are ased in your carf we follow
the car factories* lubrication instruc
tions and recommendations.
You can depend on a thorough
and propar job of lubrication—we
are trained to know your car and the
importance of lubrication in secur
ing performance, economy and
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L. c . G R I M E S
Central Point, Oregon
For Safe Driving Use
For Quick Starting Use
T h e M en ’s S h o p
IDEAL GIFT FOR WOMEN
The $1 9"> Special on Permanent
Waves asritl he Continued
Let Us Solve
Your Floor Covering Problems
HKE THE MODERN PAATEHNS
“ A»k About Onr Terms”
is showing the
Steaks, Chops, Chili,
35 S Riverside
Berkshire Silk Hose
E. C- FABER
W a sh -D a y Needs
Tubs, Boilers, Clothes Racks, Clothes Lines,]
Plungers, Wash Boards, Ironing Boards
MEN S S hop
Cooking Utensils, Roasters
Look over our big atock of
Cards, Stationery, Toys, Candy.
One G in * a re n ave to Plenee
STONE’S DRUG STORE
We specialize in all kinds of Repair Work
Central Point Hardware
We also Handle SPARK Heaters