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CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
( KNTRAI. POINT, ORBUON.
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B U S T S 10 LEAVE
MARCO I; WILL
HANDLE GO. FARM
W . E. Davies to
M anage Co-op.
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W ell Known M an
Dies in Portland
IN CONTEST FOR
Mr. W. E. Davies of Eagle Poinut
By the Editor
Olen Arnspiger, manager of the
has been appointed new manager of
.the Grange Co-operative to take the
districts and one of the best
It does beat all bow easy it Is to
j place of Mr O. C. Maust, who resign-
known and liked men in Southern
start something. Last week this
ed to take over, with his wife, the
Oregon, died in a Portland hospi
pap r carried a story about a meet
management of the Jackson county
REDDING, January 26 ( W N S ) —
tal late yesterday afternoon fol
ing of the milk distributors and
farm. Mr. ltoscoe Roberts of Roxy
A rush of reservations from all
lowing an operation sustained
dairymen of the county and in that
Ann will be truck nian. Mr. Davies
counties of the Wonderland being
•tveral days ago.
story we mentioned that there was
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Andrews is a >»eniber of the Eagle
.received at headquarters of the
some questioning as to the desira
Full details of his death will
Winners In the local slogan con
have resigned as managers of the ¡*‘ an* p a" d a “ * mb« r of the
shasta-Cascade Wonderland Assocla-
be printed next week.
bility of the present milk control
test to promote safety In traffic were
Jackson country farm near Talent to *,T« com® l,,ee of ‘ ° mo,,a '
pR" t* ' tlon indicate a capacity party for the
law. The very next morning an old give their whole time to their pri- ert* u Master of the Eagle Point'
Ronald James. Franklin Uebhard.
Shasta-Cascade Wonderland’s Sacra
friend and one of the said dairymen rate Interests, it was staled today *5ran« ‘’ » nd
Joyce Morgan and Bobby
helps lu the Pomona
mento River steamer excursion to Verne Pendleton
called up and said he wanted to talk by County Judge Earl B. Day. They work.
Honorable mention was given to
Treasure Island for the World's
to u«. So we hurried down to the
Ernestine Tracy. Betty Rolls, Ruth
Mr. and Mrs. Davies will make
will withdraw from the management
Buys Station at
Fair premiere Saturday, February
shop where we found him all steam in March. They will reside in Ash their home in Central Point.
18. In order that all sections of the
ed up over that story.
Jewett offered prizes for the two
Roberts will continue to live on his
may be represented
best slogans in the seventh and
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew's will be ranch at Roxy Ann.
i quotas have been assigned to each
Pendleton, who has eighth grade and for the two best
It seemed that someone had taken succeeded by Mr. and Mrs. O. C.
county and are rapidly filling up.
purchased the new General Petro from the fourth, fifth
a copy of this paper to the meeting Maust of Central Point, Judge Day
The River Lines steamer “ Delta leum service station at Ninth and grades. Every child in these grades
and read what we had said. It was said. Mr. Maust has been manager
To A id Paralysis Queen” has been chartered for the South Rivtrside in Medford, wishes entered one or more slogans. All
like poking a stick luto a hornet's of the Grange Co-operative at Cen
trip, leaving Sacramento at 6 o'clock | to thank his friends and patrons for slogans were entered In the contest
nest. All sorts of remarks were tral Point.
Don't forget to get your ticket to Friday night, February 17. and ar- their patronage and friendship. He
sponsored by the Medford Safety
made concerning the nerve of news
Mr. and Mrs. Andrews have been the President’s Ball.
Even if you
paper people sticking their noses in iu charge of the county farm for! can’t go, don't forget to buy a ticket, riving in tint© to land the Shasta- will continue to make his home in Council.
Cascadians for the opening ceremon-1 Central Point and appreciates the
to other folks business, etc.
The prize winning slogan are aa
more than three
years and their This is a worthy cause and we don’t ies and dedication of the Shasta - 1 many favors show n him in the past.
management has been especially ef- know of any place that your dollar j Cascade building by the Womler-I He has been in the service station
Well, folks, we are sorry if we ticieut, Judge Day said.
1 be judge would do more good. Tomorrow I land party. Special excursion rates here since January 1 1930 and has
stepped on someone’s pet corn, hut said the county court regretted lo*-; night is the time. Oriental Gardens have been obtained and tncude all many friends here,
First Place— "Drive fast and neg
we have never been in the habit o f ! ing their sertices.
I in Medfrd is the place. Tickets may transportation
Mr. Pendleton wishes his former lect life, drive slowly and respect
n o obtained
h t u I t i t u l f front
l 'r t t » Y Mrs.
P C. 11 P ) S t'/> u *
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t. . j
pulling our punches for policy sak
Mr. and Mrs.
will also h be
II. Pierce’ for one night and souvenir badge partner, Don Patterson, a successful life.’ ’— Ronald James, 8th grade.
and hate to start now. W e will say prove efficient maangers Judge Day at the Green Lantern.
Second place— "Hurry when you
and two day admission tickets to the business and does not solicit busi
again— we don’t like the idea of believed.— Mall Tribune.
All proceeds from this ball will be World’s Fair.
there, not now."— Franklin Geb-
ness that was formerly coming to the
government— state or
Mr. Maust has been manager of used to coinbat the terrible infantile
Those contemplating making the local station.
time you hard, 8th grade.
setting prices. Too often that has the Grange Co-operative two and one paralysis that withers the limbs of trip from Jackson county are urged
IN TERM ED IA TE
should need utiythlng
in his line
provid disasterous to industry. We half years the first of March. Their Its victims and In a great many to make their reservations promptly
while in Medford, he will be pleased
Ijold that no man or group of men going will leave a vacancy hard to cases makes of them hopeless crip- direct to the Shasta-Cascade Wond-
shall not k ill!’ ’’ Joyce Morgan, 5th
to supply you.
should ever he given the right by •till in the social as well as the bus ples for life. Let us all get behind erland Association. Redding, Callf-
law to tell a person who has pro iness circles here.
this battle and put it over In a big ornla. Complete information as to
“ He sensible; Be cour
duced something by the sweat of bis
-Before leaving to take charge of way, regardless of politics, creed or rat,,g and reservation forms may be
Then you’ll be safe."— Bob
brow how he shall dispose of t*hat the farm they expect to visit their beliefs. Every one should work to- obtained at Jackson County Charab-
by Homer. 4th grade.
product or to whom or at what price. son Ray and his wife in Portland, gether In a matter of this kind.
er of Commerce. Medford and at the
America wasn’t built that way.
leaving February 11, when they will
One third of the proceeds
Chamber of Commerce.
The block of granite which was
turn the Co-op over to the new man this ball will be used locally and the Ashland.
an obstacle In the pathway of the grown-ups."— Ernestine Tracy.
balance will go to National Head
This milk control law sets up a
weak, becomes a stepping stone In
“ Drive fast and your life will he
State Milk Board with full power
the pathway of the strong.— Thomas
Don Patterson N ow
past.” — Betty Rolls.
to say who shall have the right to Boy Vandals Do
"Obey the Safety Rules.
sell milk and to set quotas as to the
Sole Owner of
One of those O’Connor twins strug make up your own.“ — Ruth Kelzur.
Much Dam age Here Junior Endeavorers
amount sold. This board fixes the
Service Station gling manfully to put a • fuzzy pink "Safety First and Courtesy are
H old Jolly Party
cr«.am content of milk sold and un
Boys will be boys, the saying goes,
bonnet on a cute baby; Mama com twins.” — Phyllis Furry.
der the present law no one may sell
The Junior Christian
but there should be a limit to all
Donald Patterson, who has been plaining bitterly, “ Now you have
— or even give away— his surplus things.
It has been reported that met for their party after school Tues-! in partnership with Verne Pendle-
mussed his hair all up."
milk to his next-door neighbor with
Those ton jn (he General service station
there has been a good deal of vand day at the Hansen
Getchell Tells of
out having first obtained the proper
alism in various parts of our tow'n. present were Anna
Dale Coleman. in this city for the past three years,
And yet we
Coming to M edford
It is fine to have your fun boys, lint Gwendolyn Wright,
Jnnnette Lea- has purchased the Pendleton Inter widower tpio-teni) who reached foa
are told there is no regtmeutaation
man, Shirley Kelly, Irene Collier (egt
and j„ n0w soje owner of the the cinnamon Instead of the pepper,
you should not destroy property.
iu this country!
It Isn’t often that anyone can get
One man in our fair city has been and her two brothers, Lester and station.
and then dined on spicey meat loaf
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ahead of a bunker. But for once an
compelled lo repair his fence time Cecil Hansen. A number of the En
Mr. Patterson needs no introduc ’till he was green.
old country printer did just that.
Now let’s not be misunderstood. and time again because a small deavorers were sick and unable to tlon to our readfrs, having been born
Thirty years ago last Friday Del-
We find no fault with laws regard group of boys think it is great sport attend.
And Mrs. Vaky announcing, “ That’s
played and jn Oregon and lived in or near Cen-
ing the proper sanitary handling of to pull off the pickets.
sandwiches, cookies and cocoa serv tral Poinnt most of his life, gradu Ted.’ ’ when his voice comes In over roy Getchell, one of the founders
so easily contaminated a product as
Be careful boys.
ating from the local school*.
Mr. the short wave on their new radio, of the Farmers & Fruitgrowers Bank
Nor compelling those
Pendleton has purchased the station her lovely dark eyeg alight with ad of Medford and still president of
who would sell such a product to
on South Riverside across from Fire- miration. Ted being one of the fel- that institution, together with his
comply with proper regulations re
lows who tells airplane pilots where wife, landed In Medford from Minn-
garding cleannliness and care in 1’ ’*
how to land when the valley is eapolts
Orville Castor will assist Don In
Such laws come under
the station, which
they are now not fogged in. and where to go when
It was thirty years ago the 21st
the head of public health legislation
of last October <three months earl
cleaning up and repainting. Orville It la-
and are perfectly legitimate. What
ier) that the editor of this paper,
Is also a local hoy.
we object to is fixing prices to suit
Mr Patterson states that the same' , YoUnK ? ,orry fro", the mill, win- with his family, also arrived from
The Central Point Unit of the Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Homer visited
the only class who ever reach the at the John White home In Grants ILalth Association will meet at Mrs. prompt and courteous service will '* ,,R a
and insisting on collect Minneapolis In this
ing. The mean thing!
ears of legislative bodies or govern Pass Sunday afternoon.
as Medford was then
Gebhard’s for luncheon and general be continued as In the past.
mental bureaus— that’s the big fel- J
Plans for the coming
Mr. Gandee wishing that he would known. So we, too, can remember
lows who can afford to travel to the
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lees received months’ activities will be discussed.
! get to referee just one game that when the little town wag In the
Free Instruction in
The everyday consumer or a letter written by their son Jim.
i wasn’t close, he thinking that close throe* of Its "growing pains.”
the little producer doesn’s have a who is in the Navy with his brother
Mrs. Kruse and Mrs. Lawrence re
And what a kick we* oldsters get
games could be hard on a referee. No
of listening to complaints of the
sailed port a delightful trip to Crescent
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Mr. Edward Fish
Is giving In
younger generation because they
through the Panama canal, taking City Sunday. They visited a sister-
Austin In the struction to all and every one on the
’ ’ But,” you say, “ these little fel one day to make the trip. They next in-law Mrs. Edna
And Don Patterson doing those say the pavement 1s “ bumpy” , or
He Is located
lows have no business butting into were in llalboa for two days and Knapp hospltui and also Mrs. Kruse' working of leather.
fancy diveg on skis, which he says there Isn’t sufficient parking space
our game and spoiling our market." spent one and one-half days at Colon. son-in-law and her daughter Mr. and at the Shell service station across that no one ought ever to try, think Just where they want It. W e knew
This In ing to show off, we suppose.
Patricia from the cheese factory.
What is that but monopoly?
Yea, They arrive at Cuba about the 21st Mrs. William Owen
the old town "w hen” .
verily, the sooner all thtse crazy or 22nd and are now in the Atlantic Gall. The weather was lovely and struction is free., Mr. Fish receiving
Illue O’Connor playing the gallant
Mrs. Kruse and Mr. and his remuneration from the govern
Helen Long who broke her leg on
ideas of governmental control of aRj ocean. ~The next place on their itln- warm.
by rescuing a red head from a nasty the merry-go-round at school last
our affairs are thrown into the w rM h[er lry wjj| be Haiti. About the first Mrs. Reich were walking along the ment.
The classes are held every Mon- fall and being rewarded
with a week U resting easy this week. She
basket where they belong, the soon- of February they expect to sail fo” beach when a big wave crawled up
FRESH was taken hack to the hospital Tues
er this country will get back on R*|.\orfolk. Virginia. During their trip
Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence and Mr. Fish invites everyone to attend G U Y !"
day and her ankle reset.
the weather was
unbearably hot. feet.
Is ready at all
turned home Wednesday morning.
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They went to bed about 3 a. m. and Mrs. Kruse were dinner guests at | these classes and
Note to Roy Jones: Labels paint
We want to bring another matter ’ went to work at 1 and worked until the Oscar Lyman home in Medford I times lo show you samples of the ed with luminus paint might save
to the attention of our readers. That | noon, as the afternoon was too hot
wear and tear on new undies.
is the question of allowing cities to to work
They have seen many in
Harold Pierce left Tuesday with
draw down a small share of the gas- teresting things since Laving the friends on a business and pleasure
G R A N G E NOTES
Mr. Golden has a large flock of
oline tax money collected from a" Pacific cast.
T H E FEDERATED CHURCH
six week old chickens and has fresh
trip to Portland.
He will be gone
Central Point Grangp met Friday,
car drivers, instead of giving It all
eggs for breakfast every morning.
about a week.
January 20, with a good attendance.
to the state highway commission. It
Central Point was well reprtaent-
Stanley o. Parish, Pastor.
Everett Faber Is celebrating his Bible School ........... Sun. 9:45 A.M
An interesting Illustrated lecture on
is the belief of the writer that city ed at the Eagle Point Grange hall
Mervyn Gleason, who travel* for
birthday today, guess which one?
stress are as much a part of the Sunday where the Grangers were the barber and beauty wholesale feeds was given at 8 o'clock.
C. E .......................... Sun. 9:80 P.M.
the state as s rvliig
tring turkey dinner.
John hougpg arr|Ted home Saturday even- Announcement
nignway system of
i ne Jonn
u‘ " a Chines* " Check-
The General Service Station Is br- Morning Worship .. Sun. 11:00 A.M.
any other roads. Far be It from u- Itohnert family accompanied by Mrs. ,n(f and ,pf, Wednesday afternoon Pr p,rty to ** * ,yen ,n the " P,y _
Evangelistic Service.. Sun. 7:30 P.M.
ture was received with enthustasm • "* ‘ rpa,Pd *° a new roat of pa,nl Prayer Meeting ..... Wed. 7:30 P M.
to wish to cripple the state In Its p. A. Tracy were among the guests. J (o regump j,ls work
and alt the fresh paint sign* seem
by everyone present.
road building program— If It really After dinner they visited Mr. Boh-
to do Is to invite everyone to In Choir Practce ....... Wed. 8:30 P M.
The new degree team will put on
Mr. and Mra. Lester Carr are
has such a program, which we doubt, pert’s sister Mrs. Roger vond r H-l-
People are asked to note the
vestigate the freshness thereof.
But of late years elty incomes have on_ H„ d fan,ny. jt was a very enjoy- proud parents of a fine baby boy the first and second degrees at the
change In Wednesday prayer meet
weighing 9 lb. 8 oz. born Wednes second meeting in February.
been seriously reduced from differ-, able trip.
8:00 PM. to 7:30
E. P. Stone putting in an order ing hour from
The worthy master
day morning at the Sacred Heart
ent causes and the burden of keepina
P.M. Also to note that choir prac
for his 4th of July ice cream
members to see that dues were paid
np their streets has become a very
Mrs. Erma Hedgpeth ha» moved hospital.
tice is on Wednesday Instead " f
as the new word will be taken up at
Tips to the newly weds by Mr. Thursday nights.
into the Farra apt.
Mr. Edward Fish has opened a the next meeting.
Buckman— Start out right when
Everyone attending Grange seem building fire* In mornings, scatter
There la now a hill before the le-
Mr. Rossi of the Hotel Valandra harness and shoe repairing shop at
CHURCH OF CHRIST
gislature allocating a very small por- is doing some remodeling on hla the Shell Service station across from ed to have a particularly enjoyable wood, kindling and ashes all over
Clifton A. Phillips. Minister
tlon of this money to the cities to 1>“ 'amp cabin, enlarging it and other- the chtese factory. Mr. Fish Is *n time.
and after a few times she will build
Bible School 10:00 A.M. Roland
the fires herself.
iis*d for street improvement only. If, wise improving it. He is also mov- expert on leather work and invlt»»
thls bill passes It will mean that our inif gome of , hp shriIi,bery.
P. T. A . N O T E S
city will receive in the neighborhood ,
Communion and Preaching 11:00
Six childr, n from the local school
of 81300 a year with which to fix
Duet J. Ed Vincent and Scott
up the pavement on Pine street ar.d are in Medford today attending a
Protected by location from floods, Darby.
tain the members of Central Point
home Tuesday from Klamath Falls
for other street improvement. And clinic at the courthouse.
Christian Endeavor 8:30 P M.
P.T.A. executive committee with a and toon to be further protected
where »he visited her daughter for
we do not bellev» that giving thi«
Evangelistic Service 7:30 P M .
dessert luncheon at 1:30 proceeding from fire.
Among those on the sick list this the last w*ek.
money to the cities will hurt the le
And with contemplated beautifica Chest Sermon
their business session on Tuesdav
gitimate highway building one f»i». week are City Recorder Guy Tex.
From Genese* to Revelation ” Spe-
i January 31
tion by thA
• a a
Mr and Mrs. Turpin have moved
” 1 W ill Be True” , Is the title of I Civic Club.
I rial Chorus by Choir,
, who was confined to his bom.. all|
We urge our reader» to drop a
prayer and Bible Study Wednes-
day Wedn-«day. Mrs. T»x taking h i « ¡ to ' ,edfor^-
lin*- to both Representatives Newbry
partment of P.T.A. for ' Mother come a better residential
district day j . jo p j .
Leader Mra. Etb 1
Marshall Rlmmonda and Mr. W |
and McAllister and to *-n a t"r Dunn «• »*• ,n th« • « * * : Mr* *• C F*»»***r -I
Singers” , and other« will do so soon, than evrr before.
at Salem urging them to do all they who 1» confined to her home with Davis mede a business trip to Klam so. that they may be ready to »Ingi
Farmers A 1 ra It grower. Hank
Slogan “The Word
can to bring this worthy thing shout, f the flu.
sth Falls Sunday.
at the state convention.
| All and All For The World.”
L o c a l H a p p e n in g s