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CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
CENTRAL POIN T. OREGON. THUIIHDAY,
C ivic Club H olds
February M eetin g
DELO AI CHURCH
Dinner to Be
Hela Feb. 2Í
N I'MUER 17
R ichardsons E njoy
N orthern Trip;
V isit E astern Ore.
ID CIVIC CLUB
AI WED. MEET
The Civic Club met
afternoon with about 20 members
Mr. au d Mrs. S anford Richardson
present, a Litany or Club Collect
and d a u g h te r C harlotte left S a tu r
Oil iu the stilly uight,
was handed to the P resident by Mrs.
day the 21st of J a n u a r y for Corvallis
lire slu m b er's cha in hath bound m
I^awrenc.^ which will be
where they were over-night guests
F ond memory brings the light
open the meeting with from now oil.
The Civic Club wishes to announce
of Mr. Kichardsou s aunt, Mrs. C u n
Oi oth e r days a ro u n d me.
Following is a copy of sam e;
t h a t the long delayed covered dish ningham . Sunday m orning they con
Th,e smiles, th e te ars,
luncheon will be held at the grange
tinued on to Salem where they visit
Ot boyhood’s years.
t h e r e u e r a i e d church in Central Keep us, o Lord, from pettiness.
hall Tuesday F eb ru ary 21 a t 6:3u
At the regula r monthly meeting
ed Mr. R ichardson's brother-in-law
The w ords of love th e n spoken,
t oiui vtas tne scene ot all impresoive
o'clock. This is a big get-together
the Ladles' Civic club a t the
The eyes t h a t shown
weuu.ng Ceremony Iasi Sunuay a i l t r -
meeting for all who are Interested
They continued th e ir Journey T h u rs library Wednesday afternoon Mr. A.
Now dim med and gone.
uuon a t 2 o c.oca wneu Miss u o u e r ia
in Central Point in any way. Friends
day a fte rnoon,
traveling on the H. Banwell, m anager of the Jackson
The cheerful b t a r t s now broken.
and leave off self seeking.
Can Key, a u u g u te r of air. an u jars.
from far and wide a re welcome,
Columbia river highway to Umatilla County Cham ber of Commerce, was
Thus in the stilly night.
M. T. t aiiitey became the b n u e ol
come and bring a covered dish with
me,et each o th e r face to face, you or bring an extra dish for your where they spe nt th e night. The the principal speaker of the after-
Ere slum ber's chain hath bound m
Mrs. E aw iu A lexander Audren, sou
next morning continuing *ust, on uoon. Mr. Banwell spoke on the
without self pity and w ithout Invited guests.
Kond memory brings the light
oi J i r . and Mrs. t.nui Anur^n.
Coffee, cream and
they viewed subject of the "V a lue of a Live
Of o th e r days aro u n d me.
The Dnue, given in m a rria g e uy
su g a r will be furnished by the club.
Civic Club to Us Com m unity.’’
her la th e r, was lovely in a gown ot May we never be hasty iu ju d g m e n t
It has been voted to make this
W hen 1 consider ail the friends
Mr. Banwell com plimented the
F riday a fte rn o o n they arrived at
wuite satin lasnioned princess lines.
an annual event. Make It a big
So linked together,
on the good work they have
A lin g e r l.p veil t i l l in suit lotus Teach us to put into action our b e t tim e in Central Point. Be sure and
I've seen uround me fall.
Mrs. John Townsend and infant sou. accomplished in the past and sta te d
troni a braided coronet cap.
keep this date open.
Like leaves in w intry w eather;
John Jr. Leaving for home Sunday th a t Ceutral P o in t had one of the
show er bouquet consisted ol while
1 feel like one
m orning they trav e led by way of livest an d most energetic organiza
roses and lilies of th e valley.
Who treads alone
Jo h n D a y - P r iiu ville an d Bend. There tions in the county. He compared
Matron ol H onor Mrs. T helma
Some banquet hall, deserted;
was snow all the way, but had no the work of such organizations to
f a t t e n , sister of tho bride, wore a
Whose lights are fled,
u n til they reached the th a t of cham bers ot commerce iu
A t Church o f Christ
lull length frock of blue crepe an d
Whose garla n d s dead.
m o unta in when the la rg e r cities a n d said t h a t the Jack-
the little things th a t cre ate dif
carried a bouquet of yellow chrysan
And all but he departed.
rea r end of their car went out. That son County C ha m be r of Commerce
them um s.
T hus in the stilly night.
T he Church will assemble at 6:30 was about oue o'clock In the m orn was only too glad to lend its aid to
of life we are as one.
brid esm aid s were th e two sisters
E re slu m b r's chain h a th bound me
P.M. on T uesday F eb ru ary 7. Please ing. F o rtu n a te ly for them a couple any project th e local club undertooK.
of the bridegroom, Mrs. David Beng-
bad memory brings the light
T he speaker called a tte n tio n to
know th e g r t a t common W om bring a basket lunch and your owu of boys going to P o rtlan d arrived
stou and Miss Vera Andren. They
Of o th e r days a ro u n d me.
fact t h a t one of the principal
a n 's h e a r t of us all.
were gowned in identical dresses oi
causes for re ta rd e d development in
W ith the passing of Olen A rn' j p e a c h lace and carried chrysanthe-
is being prepared and m a tte rs ot th e ir car they saw a car drive up any com munity is Jealousy aud lack
spiger an o th e r link in the chain of i m um s ot a light bronze hue tied
common Interest will be discussed. an d stop and a couple got out. They of cooperation am ong the citizens of
men who labored and fought l ° “ ^wltu peach riboon.
Mr. Banwell, m anager of the Ja ck -
Come! and Fellowship with Us! were very uneasy aud wondered the town. He urged his h ea rers to
g e t h t r iit the ea rlier years of tills | Alan Carley acted as beet man for son County Chamber of Commerce,
w hat would h app u to th e ir car aud lay aside all such thlugs and to con
county is broken. And in his pass- y r A udren and ushers were A rth u r gave an address on what th* Civic
contents. Now s tr a n g e us It tinue to curry on the good work
iug this county loses a man wlioae j ,jo0jt ull(j w illia m Auoott.
club could do for C entral Point
FRESHMAN CLASH a. enis, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. V alen they have sta rted . He especially
place will be h ard to f>ll. No maiij
COUple took tb. ir vows a t an which was greatly enjoyed an d gave
Mr. Overturf, who has been Fresh-, tine visited in K lam ath F alls and urged th a t the beautification con
of o u r tim e was more loyal to His a i ta r ta n k e d with ferns, white chry- the ladles many new thoughts. One
retu rn in g home late, saw the Rich tests started several years ago ue
friends, his town and his district.
s a n ta e m u m a n d candlebra with tall Inc.dent he told of Seeing a group man Class advisor this year, say he
ardson cur. They stopped uud tried again un d erta k en und th a t the club
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white tapers. T he Rev. D. E. Mil of sailors join hands an d face th e
use its influence to e nc ourage the
This w riter had the privilege of lard united the cou p l9 in m arriage ocean and on Inquiring what it that they a re exceptional young to raise someone In the car aud
council in its work for the bet
people— both as pupils and individ
friendship with Mr. A rnspiger for with th e ring ceremony.
m eant was told th a t "U nited we
te rm e n t of th e city.
more th a n a q u a r te r of a century.
P rio r to the ceremony, Miss Ruby sta n d and divided we fall". L ater
As a special program which he
a t th e all night cafes in Ashland.
During the years when Medford was W ebster a t the piano, played "Love's In the meeting It was voted to use
believed would he of im m ense value
building up from an oversized coun Idol.’’ Sh also played the wedding this as a closing ceremony for th e
Valentine's b r o th e r ’s car.
After to the f u tu re development of the
try village to a real city he had ¡m arch from .Viencieis.-'Obn.
I t was also m entioned th a t
city, Mr. Banwell urged the cutting
charge ot much of thj? city’s affairs.
One h u ndred and fifty guests the club was growing an d needed
of weeds along the streets an d high
L ater as m a nage r of the Medford i were bidden to the beautiful cere - 1 more dishes and especially knives
ways abo u t tow n and the planting of
an d T alent irrigation districts he tttooy.
I an d forks. It is th o u g h t t h a t per-
trees. He called atten tio n to the
had much to do with the upbuilding
b ouow tng the w edding rites a r e - . haps many have dishes and also d e
th e road to w arn people. It was need ot m aking the highways ot the
None goes his way alone;
of o u r county’s agric u ltu re. In ception w a s j i e l d at the home of th e l carded knives and forks th a t they
six o clock when Mr. Richardson got valley more attractive, especially in
both jobs we used to come In con br.de's p are nts in Central
P o i n t . 'n o lo nger use, if they knew that the
o th e rs
home. Bert Peck tow ed the car the cities.
tact w ith him and always found him F o rty guests were present. Mrs.¡Civic club could use them
Iu closing Mr. Banwell urged the
home Monday and It is now in the
ready to help.
P aukey was assisted by .Mrs. Victor would gladly d o nate to the club.
ladies to notify him of any special
— Edwin M arkham
Bursell. Mrs. J. C. Cook presided
events they were sponsoring in order
Again, as president of the Jack- and Mrs. P atto n , (he maid of honor,
th a t he m ight p u t them on the air
Some one repeating something
son County C h a m b e r of Commerce served the bridal cak- . W h ite chry- W illow Spring« Item s
H ealth Dr. and
In tho dally broadcasts over KMED.
By Morgan Jones
th a t Bob Moore said and Mrs. Moore
the w riter came ¡n close contact santiicm um s decorted the rooms and
with Olen, for It was u nder his ad- tal)je
Mr. T. L. Duncan hag been doing th in g s he says to me.”
m inistration t h a t w,e first began our:
M issionary S ociety
A lter the reception, Mr. an d Mrs some repair work a t th* Willow
A baby clinic will be held in the
duties on the board of directors of
A ndren l i f t for C anada on their Spring School house this week.
H ears Inspiring T alk
Mrs. F la h a rty w riting a card to Health house ut Central P o lut bet
th a t Institution. And we venture to
wedding trip. They will m a k e th e ir
Mr. Clifton F. Smith has butch h e r parents, telling them th a t she ween 1:15 an d 3:15 P.M. on F riday
say t h a t no m em ber of th a t body
home in Medford at n u m b e r 3 ered pigs this week.
T he Missionary society of the
was coming to visit them, aud afte r F e b ru a ry 10.
ever w orked h ard e r th a n did he.
i Luring Court.
Dr. A. E. Merkle, the county F ed era ted church m e t a t th e home
Mr. David E. Wilson has had she arrived for her visit, bringing
F o r u golug-uway ensemble, Mrs. electricity established In his home, w ith her the card from the postof- health doctor and Mrs. Friable, the of Mrs. L. C- Grim es T hursday a f te r
W* adm it th a t we sometim es get
boucle suit on the old S tage road recently.
C entral Point nurse, will conduct noon. Miss Irene Dawning, who haa
ra th e r lonesome when we look A ndren wore a g r . i n
spent 12 years in E quador, gave an
Mr. Jim West Joined th e Eagles
around and notice how many of the
inspiring talk to the ladles.
men with whom we cam e in contact
Mr. J o h n W. Hilkey has sta rte d to very much excited upon learning sm all pox vaccination will be a v a il
Miss Dawning stated t h a t the
and w ith whom we w orked in those of Central P oint for many years,
th e r e was to be an unm arried te ac h able to those desiring it.
gre a te st conflict of th e people of
far-aw ay days have gone from grad u a ted from the high school and build a garage this week-
Mr. F re Wolfe and D. E. Wilson er on the high school staff.
The clinic is held for children up E quador is not physical, but sp irit
am ong us. One by one they drop out I la te r irora N orthw estern School of
to six years of age. A cordial invit ual a n d the power of God is th e only
annd still we hang on. We werej Commerce in Portland.
Mrs. Eide coming from G rants ation is extended all who wish to answ er. These poor, under-privileg
checking up the oth e r day and found | Mr. A ndren is a Medford high
I’ass to find o u t why o u r city t r e a come.
ed people respond much m ore q uick
th a t of the crew of men who worked school g r a d u a te an d a g r a d u a te of
s u re r needs tw o pencil sharpeners.
ly to the Gospel th a n do th e people
with us building a saw mill on the University of Oregon in Eugene.
th e United S tates and live a holy
old Jacksonville railway west of Med
P rio r to her w .dding, Mrs. A udren
Vestal T h a rp changing bottles F a rew ell Dinner
and se parated life af te r they believe
ford back in 1918, all a re dead but was feted at several delightful a f
with his m other and tu r n in g her
For Mr. O verturf more th a n o u r people.
one. Only one p rin te r is left on the fairs. Mrs. Victor Bursell, assisted
mineral oil down the sink an d leav
active list am ong those with whom by Miss Alice H anley and Mrs. J. C.
I t was a
ing his bottle of water for her.
A farewell d inne r was given for message for us all and showed us
we w orked when we first came 1° Cook, was hostess for a tea and
Mr. J a m e s O verturf, who is leaving
Medford. T h at is F re d S t i n n e t t of shower. G u tsts were members of the
Mrs. Maud Davis reports s h e i« here to accept a position with the o u r privileges as believers to give
the Mail Tribune.
the message of Salvation to these
P ast M a tro n ’s club of Nevita c h a p t
; (R ead ills column exclusively in The well and healthy and as ornery as governm ent, by th e freshm an class people.
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er, O. E. S.
American. Hc«r his ta lk s over
W ednesday evening.
And finally, in tr ib u te to the
A splendid meal consisting of
"most noble R om an of them all",
H enry K llburn, who has been in
You should have seen the h o r ri
P. T . A . N O T E S
This series of articles th a t I will
m eat loaf, mashed potatoes, green bed with the flu. is Improving. His
Olen A rnsptger, whose life came the
fied expression on the face of Mr.
write exclusively in Central Point
peas, celery tips and small pickles, m o th e r Mrs. Green, who was serious
nearest to m easuring up to the
O verturf who said, "A gallon,’’ and
an d Jello topped with
whipped ly ill, has im proved enough so as to
The executive board ot Central for The American will deal with two
sta ndard set by K ipling—
looked up to see eight gallons of gas
Point P.T.A. held a business meet- g. neral m a tte rs— in te rnationa l rela
cream was served.
be able to bo up and is staying a t
gurgling into the gas tank.
"If you can talk with crowds a n d l j n g ut tho W alter Gebhard home tionships specifically an d world a f
Following the d inner Mr. Over the K ilburn home.
keep your virtue,
' Tuesday J a n u a r y 31. They decided fairs generally— and a s h o r t note
We never see Baby, the campus tu r f was presented with a toilet set.
Or w alk with K ings—-nor lose t b e ! to hire two high school girls to care which will be devoted to telling you ru n ab o u t, chugging a bout o u r fair Woodrow Phillips made the p rese nt
for small children d u ring regula r som ething of the most im p o rta n t city any more. We miss her.
ation, expressing the appreciation of
If n e ith e r foes n o r loving friends; meetings. Mrs. M artha Booth gave event on the Pacific Coast, th
the class for Mr. O v ertu rf's he!p
can h u r t you,
, a rep o rt on th e h o t lunch project. Golden Gate In ternational Exposi
Mr. Je w e tt is causing no end of d u rin g his te rm as fre shm a n class I
T H E F ED E R A T E D CHURCH
If ail men count w ith you, b u t n o u e j T h e welfare
chairm an afte r a tion, which opens Its portals on com ment, with his fast gam e of advisor.
I thorough investigation found th a t
badm inton, he being a whiz, but de
Stanley O. Pariah, Pastor.
If you can fill th e unforgiving the eighteen children who a r e get- my position as C hairm an of th e Ore- claring th a t he has to rest a month
S tates Banquet H eld
Bible School .............. Sun. 8:45 A M
.tin g free lunches a re w orthy and ' *<” >’■ San Francisco W o rld ’a
F air between games.
Sun. 6:1 0 I’ M.
A t M edford Church C ■
W ith sixty seconds’ w orth of d ie t- ¡ th a t it was very necessary to g iv e 1 commission, I am fairly well
Morning W orship .. Sun. 11:00 A.M.
ance run, ¡them this help. At present this
E verett F a b e r is also swinging a
T he S tates Banquet held In tho Evangelistic Service.. Sun. 7:3 0 P.M.
Yours is the ea rth , and everything j jw t
j„ j u*t short of being self s u p - 1 First a* to in te rnationa l affairs: mean racket.
Methodist Church of M* dford Tues P ra y er Meeting ...... Wed. 7:3 0 P.M.
t h a t's In it.
I porting but all th o u g h t it should In your daily papers you read of the
And— which is m o r -y o u ’ll be a continue as long as funds will per- various international s i t u a t i o n s
Skipper Smith intim ating th a t day evening, drew a full house. This Choir Practce ......... Wed. 8:30 P.M.
People a re asked to note the
Man, my s o n ! ’’
rait. T he Neely-Pettlngill Bill on! which com m and the w orld’s atten- badm inton is a swell game— b u t| was the fourth 10th a n n u a l States
A complete tu rk e y dinner change in Wednesday prayer meet
motion picture« was discussed and Mon; you only realize usually th a t skiing now. T h e re ’« sport for the dinner.
Mrs. H. C. W illiamson was appoint-j some im portant decision Is pending red blooded guys, who can really was served. The following program ing hour from 8:0 0 PM. to 7:10
N ew Light Te»ter
P.M. Also to not# th a t choir prac
ed to bring s a m e before the a s so c ia - ,— th a t some vital change is cont»m- ta k e It.
tice la on Wednesday Instead of
In stalled by G rim es
T hursday nights.
Solo, W. P. Brooks.
Mrs. Ronald Gandee. Mrs. Mervyn have the history of the event or the | And the young lady who did most
L. C. Grimes has installed a n e w jn i e a s o n and Mrs. Marshal W eidman backgronnd of the situation before | of her skiing by picking ber«e|f out
CHURCH O F CHRIST
W eaver Electric headlight tester In wm j,,, asked to serve on the Sum -¡you. Now if you could be given this of snow d rifts rem a rking, ’’Who ceremonies, E verett Faber.
Clifton A. Phillip«. Minister
unique program selection continued
hi» shop a t the A ssociat'd Service mf,r R oundup committee.
Regular history and background, you would w ants I t? ”
Bibi« School 1 0 :00 A M. Roland
for abo u t a half hour an d consisted
station. T he new te ste r m akes it m eeting of P.T.A. on F riday Feb- \ undoubtedly get
a considerably (
possible for people of this city t o ! r a ary 3 will honor
Pheob*>! clearer u n dersta nding of th e situs-
A wife sim ply ca n 't win. Example: of questions regarding states of the Hover, Supt.
Communion an d Preaching 11:00
get th is necessary check-up dom M e a n t and Mrs. Ale* Birney, found- 1 Mon—a b etter picture of th# pending Mrs Davis w inning a dime from u n io n .)
"A T rib u te to These
United A M .
locally, w ithout having to go to Med- ora of Nation« Congee«* of P a re n ts ev*nt The f u tu re is very often fore- M il's and th e n having to pay for
C hristian E ndeavor 6:30 P.M.
S ta te s,” Dr. S idney Hal) of Salem
told by the past. It is th is picture bla coffee with It.
ford as in the past. This ts on* and Teacher«
Evangelistic Service 7:30 P.M
Solo, R obert Wright
and historical background which
more service for t h e benefit of tb**j
- - .
Mrs. Phillips will bring special
And bow a b o u t Dou P atte rso n | America.
community which enables us to k“»P
Mrs. Roy Long of Salem » a s » this series of article« will a t te m p t to
music and the Sermon subject 1*
our money at homo.
; guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. rive you through th e columns of practicing badm inton dow Q a t bta
Mr. and Mrs. Ray W yatt ar« the "The W ork of Joeus Trom Genesis
s ta tio n ? No w onder he Is so good
If your car lights »re not working Try, called here by the «serious ill- Tha American.
However, l*t tt be clearly under- a t the game. T he way be doe» Isj proud parents of a baby boy born To llevelation.’’
prop-rly see Mr. Grime« at once an d nee» of h e r m o th e r Mr«. McFarland
P rayer and Bible Study Wednes
he will soon fix them
This service of Trail, 1» caring for Mrs. Fry, whe stood at the very outset that propag ta k in g n n fair advantage, we d on’t at the Saered e H a rt hospital last
day 7:1 0 P M.
nig h t a t 12 o'clock.
■ II have gw a«c rack#.
is done at a nominal cost.
g at tM* tim e
fConttnned mi Pa^» Four)
b y ihe Editor
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