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CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
CHNTRAL POINT. OKHUON.
Bud Adam s and
Son Hurt in
M em ories!
by (he Editor
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P. I. A. MEETS
THURSDAY, JANU ARY .19.
To Discuss Action
On M ilk Laws
FOR NEW YEAR
A meeting ot all milk distributors
of Jackson county wul be held at
2:30 p in. Friday at the Jackson
chamber of commerce.
Central point Grange will start its
Purpose of the meeliug, the chain
usual seriee of winter and spring en
tertainments with two one-acts plays her of commerce said it had been in
At their regular meeting Monday
and a dance Thursday evening Jan formed, is to discuss pending legisla evening. January 16, Central Point
tion pertaining to the state milk
uary 2t> at the Orauge Hall.
Both the Lodge No. 193 I. O. O. F., and Mt-
The first play to be presented, a board and coutroi act.
Pitt Itebekah Lodge No. 167, the fol
We had the job of K't-1 OIld COunty council meeting ot the by George Eaton of this city at the comedy, "Enter Dora— exist Dad,” board and the act have been the sub
lowing officers were installed. Dep
ting out the material for the diffei- ,.urrent y,.ar Their r, ports were in-1 Intersection of Third and Manianlta gives promise of a uuuioer of good ject of much controversy.
ent jobs and found if quite a tatk dicative of a sincere and Informed ’ streets at about eight-thirty.
it seems mere is something pecu uty District Grand Master Geo. W.
laughs as the audience is given u
Howard acting as installing officer,
to learn the meaning of the nanu s o t , membM»Mp. Some uuita had la
The Adams car w-as traveling, glimpse of the humorous side of! liar with freah milk priced at 11c assisted by Installing teams of the
the fUtings required. But in between
olhers north on Third street and as it cross
town politics. Those takiug part in
tinu s we found time to look about
u decreaae which Ua8 ret.ull- ed the intersection
Manzanita it are Alary Elliott,
Don Smith, best brands sells at 6*4 to 7c per
I. O. O. F.
the water front.
a drop j r0ni 1374
to 1300 street it was hit squarely in the cen- Elmer Olsou, Hob Sparks and Edwin
N. G.— Theo. A. Glass.
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| members. Economic conditions and ter by the Eaton car, which was trn- Gebhard, directed by Edith Bohnut.
V. G.— Geo. L. Marsh.
To you who have never seen Du- the mentb*rsliip*drive coming so late I veling east at a high rate o f speed,
The second play “ One Hundred milk are feeding tanned ntllk to
Sec’y.— J. e . Vincent.
luth let us say that the city lies a t 1 |n the fall were the principle rea- The Adams car was hit so hard that Dollars” furnished good entertain
Treas.— Wm. Musty.
the extreme end of Lake Superior on | ¡.ons given for this, u
is hoped 11 » lid sideways for about fifteen ment, gome more laughs, u moral understand why this should be so.
the northern shore. Across the St. that more members will join even feet and then overturned, landing in lesson aud is tided with human in- All canned milk go*« through near
N. G.— Mrs. Catherine Merritt.
Louis river, which flows into me ] yet a» Jackson County
wish very the ditch on the top. The car was teiesi from start to tinisn.
it is ly every process fresh milk does—
V. Q.— Mrs. Martha Booth.
The Eaton uirecteu by Eudora Dohnert and the i that Is, in the dairy, it must be milk
here, and is the boundary between much to hold their lead aud retain practically demolished.
Sec y.— Mrs. Minnie Buckles.
Minnesota and Wisconsin, is the city! the gold and silver cup given by tho car received only minor damage, and ca*t tueiuties: Ethel Freeman. Em- ed Into clean receptacles, strained
Treas.— Miss Bessie Fredenburg.
of Superior, Wisconsin.
the driver was uninjured.
uta Dunn, Ea Vincent, Dorothea and haul d to the factory.
Warden— Mrs. Mary Richardson
then, can It be sold so much cheap
Mr. Adams, who lives about a mile Hedgpath and June Furry.
irom the center of the city of Du-j
A „ cW uult> ju tuB Alder Creek
Conductress— Mrs. Sallie Musty
luth across the lake is a sort of sand-! BBhool district, was organized recent- north of town, was on his way to
There will be musical
Inside Guard— Mrs. Emma Cleas-
The milk control law may be all
spit about 500 feet wide aud about ly by Mrs. james K. Ho. y, county work and was bringing his son to before the plays and immediately
five miles long, known as Minnesota president. The teacher is presiuent 8ch° o1 when the acc,dl?nt occurred. afterwards three hours of dancing ‘ right, but people are wondering why
Outside Guard— Mrs. Clara Vin
there should be such a differ*nee lu
This point forms the greai with fifteen numbers and v.hile
with music by Merrill's orchestra.
Duluth harbor. There Is a shorter county school
discourage “ Doorkeepers” Elect
A good time is assured to all at | price between canned and fresh
R. S. N. Q.— Airs. Ida Henderson.
point extending from the Wisconsin holding of offices by teachers we
tending at a very nominal door
L. S. N- G.— Mrs. Iva Coplnger.
shore which nearly meets with that hope this ’ baby’’ unit thrives and
Officers for 1939 charge and everyone is cordially in
U. S. V. G.— Mrs. Luzella Damon.
from the Minnesota side, leaving a will soon become self sustaining.
vited to come.
D. A . R. Sponsors
L. S. V. G-— Mrs. Marthlna Hugger
natural canal through
which the Thi usual activiti s were recounted,
Chaplain— Mrs. Etta Purkeyplle.
current of the river flows sluggishly most schools having hot lunches. erated church held a meeting at the,
Economics Clubs Musician— Mrs. Betta Pankey.
into the lake. Originally there was Many projects pertaining to the wel
There were about 90 members of
no other opening Into the bay, but fare of boys and girls were progress urday. The purpose of the meeting
A t Treichler Home The Crater Lake Chapter of the the lodges in attendance. The Med
many years ago the people of Dulutu ing sutlsfuetorily. Mrs. 13. C. Forsy
Daughters of the American Revolu ford Hobekah lodge attended In a
Judge J. W. Kneeshaw of Pern- tion Is taking an active Interest in
became tired of going so far out of the, district president told of the coming year.
A short business meeting was heldlblna, N. D., accompanied
by his 4-H honte economics club work In
the way to get from the lake to the state convention to be held in Klam
Following the Install
city and cut
cun ¿1 ath Falls April 7-10 inclusive as it the following officers belug elected: daughter and nephew, left by motor Jackson county, reports L. B. Fran ments were served.
through .Minnesota Point close to is so close all who can possibly do President, Wanda Faye Cassinan. car for the south Tuesday alter vis cis, county club agent, by offering a
Vice President, Ruth Freeland; Sec- iting George W. Trelchier of Ceutrul scholarship to the 1939 4-H club
the north shore.
so are urged to attend. The maxi
Hilkey; Point, a ilfe-long friend.
summer school which will be held Dinner Postponed
mum expense was estimated at $15
Corresponding Reporter, Maxine A y
Oregon State College, Corvallis.
Picture to yourselves that great each.
By Civic Club
ers; Associate Teacher, Wanda Faye son, who is a prominent physician The scholarship will be awarded to
land-lock* d bay. nearly seven miles
The Home interest conference at Cassinan.
The Civic club wishes to announce
In San Jose. They will also visit in the Jackson county girl who has an
long by five miles wide and think Corvallis will be held at the college
Refreshments of hot chocolate and Los Angeles and at the home of his outstanding record tn lionte econom that owing to the basketball game
what a paradise that was (and still from February 7 to 13. Thursday
cinnamon rolls were served by Mrs. son-in-law, Herbert Trelchier and ics 4-H club work during 1939 and between the C. P. Alumunl and the
is) for pleasure craft. The year wo February 9 will be P.T.A. day when
Freeland and Mrs. Grimes.
wife, who Is a daughter
the who has not previously attended 4-H Red Heads, held on the 23rd, they
speak of was 1890, long before the Mrs. W. C. Walls, state president
will postpone their pot luck dlnnir
internal combustion engine had re and Mrs. William Kletzer, chairman
uutil a later date. The cluh Is In
The activity was announced by
volutionized power-driven boats and for legislature in home and school, Royal Neighbors
back of all school athletics. At the
Mrs. B. B. Lowry, Regent and Mrs.
sailing was in its prime. Evenings will be speaker».
time the date was announced for the
R. E. Green, chairman of the Girl
and Sundays always found the hay
At this time the delegates retired
dinner, it was not known there was
dotted with sailboats of every kind
Homemakers committee, both of the
to the various conference groups
The Royal Neighbors met Tuesday
The Judge has been u member ot Crater Lake Chapter. Other people to be a game on that night.
There were the breaking up at the call for luncheon,
Announcement of the date for the
with Mrs. Olive Dean at her farm the North Dakota bench for more who will serve on the committee and
pretentious yachts of the Dulut’ i
whleh was delicious and served by home, west of Central Point.
dinner will be made as soon as ar
Yacht Club, mingled with cat-boats,
select the club member who will re
the Jacksonville P.-T.A. in the
rangements can be made for the
There was a large attendance. The state's oldest jurists in point of ser ceive the award are;
schooners, sloops, sailing canoes and
Mrs. J. A.
grange dining room.
new officers were Installed at this
occasionally* a “ Mackinaw”
Perry, Medford; Mrs. Nell von der
boat. It was in one of the latter
Hellen, Antelope; Mrs.
school band, uniformed In scarlet with Mrs. Hanson
as ceremonial the northern route.
that the kid and his big brother had
Mack, county home demonstration Williamsons Attend
and white capes and caps played marshal, both officers were visitors
the big adventure of their lives.
agent; and L. E- Francis, county
Meeting of Plumbers
stirring numbers under the direction from Medford.
After the meeting
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Botts. Three the hostess was assisted by Mes
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Williamson
It was In the fall about deer hunt
songs were beautifully rendered by a dames Patterson, Bursell and Haley
A t Martin Home Mrs. Arthur and son, Eustace and left Thursday morning for Portland,
ing time that the two youths decided
girls sextette with Mrs. Harriet Eck- in serving delicious refreshments.
to go over to the mouth of the Bril’
The Past Matrons Club of Nevita his wife were dinner guests at a where Mr. Williamson will attend a
man, their teacher, at the piano.
The next meeting will be with
meeting of the directors of the Ore
river some thirty-five miles up the
Chapter, O. E. S. met at the home birthday dinner In honor of Mrs.
session signaled Mrs. Bursell.
Association of Master
Wisconsin shore for a hunt. The
of Mrs. Elsie Martin, Wednesday Carrol Powell's birthday at the A. E. gon state
Plumbers. Mrs. Williamson will at
elder brother was a member of a the first county council meeting
January 18 for one o’clock luncheon
fifteen years ago. Mrs. Myron Root,
tend a meeting of the officers of the
club which owned one of the “ Mack
with 22 members and three visitors
Auxiliary of Master Plumbers,
inaw’ ’ boats, about a thirty-footer firat president presided, gave a re-
pre«ent. Mrs. McGown and Mrs. Per
From Eastern Trip ry
of which she Is president.
Those boats were the invention of|B" “ ‘ e and introduced the speakers,
of Reames Chapter, also Mrs.
Plans will be made for the annual
the lake fishermen and were rigged
organization of the
Rowan of Rockford. 111.
convention to be held In May, nt
something like a schooner without a ! Jack8° n County Council was a van-
Acting hostesses were, Alice Han
The fore mast was placed l u ture and sh>' w' th Mr8’ OHn Arn8pi* ’ her home on the Old Stage road last ley, Agnes Head, Mollle Neal, Ethel They do me wrong who say I come which nationally known speakers
will discuss the problems of the
the extreme bow with the main mast
co-work and a district president week from a two months vacation Freeman, Leta Kyle, Gay Husband
When once I knock and tail to find plumbing Industry, concerning its
about amidships. They had a hull at that time had many adventures. trip.
and Elsie Martin.
During the majority of her so
relation to health and sanitation.
patterned after a ship’s yawl, point Professor G- A. Brisco spoke as he
During the business session offic
ed at both ends, and were consider did at that first meeting on “ What journ. Mrs. Driver visited her moth ers were elected for the year: Mrs. For every day I stand outside your
ed one of the safest boats to sail the I think of the P.T.A.” His admira er in Arkansas.
E. Faber, President; Mrs. E. Scott,
tion and respect has grown for them
Mrs. Driver plans to leave here
(S lfP (£ l | U r d f P f i |
Vice Pres.; Gay Husband, Secretary- And bid you wait, and rise to fight
along with their growth and while again the first of February to spend
not a perfect organization the need the remainder of the winter months
— Judge Walter Malone.
As the boat was so largn and tbe
THE FEDERATED CHURCH
The Junior Matron, Clara Vincent
for them has been, Is and will con- in the south,
boys had so little baggage they se
was Initiated with a beautiful cere
tlnue to be very, very, greet
cured n lot of sandbags for ballast.,
Stanley a. Parish, Pastor.
leaving for Salem Saturday and If
r , . . .
. , . 1 have steadfastly worked for the 00 MILS. E. DAVIS HOSTESS
Leaving Duluth at about one o clock
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All enjoyed a delicious luncheon successful In getting out of the city Bible School ........... Sun. 9:45 A.M.
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jectives as outlined by their found
they sailed lazily up the lake. T h e ’ ''
T o BEREA V HI BLE C LASS end a most pleasant afternoon.
C. E .......................... Sun. 6:30 P.M.
plan to go to Baker for a visit.
rs forty-two years ago. He begged |
bre*ze was so light that the bit
Morning Worship .. Sun. 11:00 A.M.
the meAhers to forget the fear of
craft barely moved and It becam*
Mrs. E. Davis of Maple street was
Evangelistic Service.. Sun. 7:30 P.M.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. Woods accom
parent toward teacher and teacher
apparent that they would not reach
hostess to the Berean Bible class on panied Mr. and Mrs. Ayres to Med
Meeting ..... Wed. 7:30 P.M.
Roy Jones awaking with a bad cold
toward par*nt as all are common
their destination before dark. Soj
Thursday, January 12, with all o f ford last Friday evening to attend
Choir Practee ....... Wed. 8:30 P.M.
clay altbo the teachers may
about sundown they ran their boat !
ficers present. An Interesting busi tbe Installation of officers of th»-
People are asked to note the
the light, he would tear a piece of
more book knowledge.
ashore among the rocks and cooked
ness and devotional session was led Daughters of Union Veterans. Mrs.
in Wednesday prayer meet
cloth out of an old shirt as he knew
with this statement “ do your best
supper. Just before dark they no-|
by President Mrs. Bessie Williams. Ora Cox acted as Installing officer
right where it was. He struggled ing hour from 8:00 PM. to 7:30
and forget f*he lnrld* nt."
tlced a huge cloud-bank in the west;
A beautiful tribute in the form of and Mrs. Hubbard
was Installing and pulled until he mastered thq P.M. Also to note that choir prac
Mrs. Una B. Inch, supervisor of s poem honoring Mrs. Sarah Warn chaplain.
and fearing tHat a storm might catch
garment and had a piece that would tice is on Wednesday Instead of
them on the windward shore where rural, schools, spoke of the rural er, who has Just passed her 85tb
serve as nose piece. Behold his dis Thursday nights.
the breakers would be sure to smash needs of
Among other! birthday anniversary was read by
Ladles Bible Class will be held in
may when he discovered next morn
GR ANG E NOTES
their boat to bits. \he lads hurried-j fhlngs she said, “ forget money m a k - ^ j rs j5,,na Qresham.
ing the handkerrhii f came from the the church on Tuesday at 3:30 P M.
ly packel their belongings Into th-1 in* schemes, arduous comtii
(,e€n an Invalid for the past sev-
There will be a meeting of the
Friday, January 2 0 , is regular leg of a pair of brand new shorts.
boat and pushed her out as far a* but d p ud on county leadership to , raj years
Missionary society on Thursday at
meeting night of the C. P. Grange.
they dared and dropped anchor ,ra*n ....... worker«, th ne-d
City Treasurer Jones’ wife threat 2:30 p m. in the church.
The Lecture Hour will start at
Then they rurled down on the sand- **« great in rural dt 'riita a- in tow 1 >,aTjn(f been prepared, visiting was 8 p m and hr an open meeting, any ening to buy him another pencil
bags »0 sleep (and if you think sand-1or
CHURCH OF CHR1MT
enjoyed and refreshments served by one Interested In feed values is wel- sharpener, as the one he has is used
hags make a good b“ d. just try It home and school
Clifton A. Phillips. Minuter
Louise .come to attend, as tbe program will for other purpose*.
Mr. E. H. Hedrick, superintendent Ayers and »he hostess
Bible 8ebool 10:00 A.M. Roland
constat of slides and a lecture on
Mr. Dixaon walking down street,
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¡of Medford schools, talked on the
Hover Superintendent. Mra. Lyle
Thirty-five guest* were present new discoveries In feed values,
swinging a link of bologna, which
At about midnight It began to | trend of modern education. He *»i<1 on this
Gregory, Primary Superintendent.
Mr. and Mra. Arnold Bohn rt, Mr.
rain. And how It can pour In that! that the power of the P.T.A. was a commltt-e for the February meet-; and Mr*. O. C. Maust, Mrs. J. 8 . he Intended to use as a billy club
Communion and Preaching 11:00
In five minutes thev were r(.ro, n1ird f Brt and challenged par- tng will be Mrs. Lucy Rlther and Lydlard, Mr. Wm. Foley and Leon-
Mrs. Jennie White saying she A. M.
wet to the skin and almost frozen
lQ p a ^ p . , , , ,n the
,,p of Mrs Arthur Mead.
Solo, Mrs. Ruth Hover.
\ ard Freeman attended the Grange didn't know if it was cold or not as
And then eame th* wind and the
Endeavor 6:30 P.M.
»he bad brok‘ n her therometcr.
k a tv ltu
» h lt e Hn.» of breaker* rr^pt near r
Th#* young folk« of the Chriatlau ported a vary good attendance from!
Evangelistic Service 7:30
Soon they saw that
« * tlm,> *° pr,ct,oe Church will hold a social get-to- ¡ „ h
, he county
Mra. Rowen and
Mrs. Kuchman Strmon subject: “ The Ceneology of
their only hope for safety was >0 at horn* what Is learn* d in s c h o o l wath■ r
Thursday February 6th th» Ways out taking In the town this after Jesus. Whose Son Is He.”
pull up the anchor, hoist a close Th«lr criterion would continue to b nll(ht
Saturday night a group, and Means committee are sponsoring noon. Mrs. Neal and Mrs Peck j o l t music. Mixed quartette.
reefed fore—ai! and try to get »way to teach youth the most worthwhile of about 23 gsthered
at the Hanson! an evening’s entertainment,
which j ing th«m » » the Men’s Shop
Prayers snd Bible Study Wednes
day 7:30 P.M. Leader. Mrs. Milton
• - u » - including art. music - and
- - - vo-,
- home for a taffy pull. Mr. and Mrs. * promises lo be are high in every re-
Recorder Tex saving be
rational guidance, also a revival *n Milton Houston helped with tbe en-|spect. Two plays will be presented,
Just b-fore dark the boys had no
K M E P Thursday 7:00
tertalatneat. This coming Saturday j followed by 2 hours o f dancing Mer the new administration wouldn't he
ticed a tux -owing a huge boom 0f , a' * ocr,CT
- Mabel 1 —
^ tki . will m»et at the Clif- rill's orchestra are furnishing tbe so darntd «nergetlc snd would quit P M
looae log* up th» lak« toward th» brt
bom» for a
Cum«! Work! Pray’ Let
want** 1 * dine»
The pobtic Is cordially Invited pestering him and l»t him get caught
(Continued on Page Four)
O.S.C. It was a worthwhile meeting. | supper
up op his work.
M. A. (Dud) Adams, chairman of
In looking back through the yeur»
the local school board, and an etn*
we see a picture ot a summer spent I
| ployee of the Lewis super Service
lu Duluth when the preacher's sou
¡station in Mtdford, sustained minor
was lu his <arly tetns. An older
head and side injuries and his son,
brother was running
About sixty five members repre Elmer, aged 8, suffered cuts on the
shop there and had offered to give senting ten units of P.T.A. conven- face from
us a job during the summer vaca-, >d
iu the Jacksonville grange hail, morning when the car in which they
ilon. \v hat a time we had in that v>eunesuay J a n u a r y i s tor the see- were riding was struck by one drlv-n
j B h o w e d
S o w h at?-