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CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
C'KNTRAL POINT, ORBUON. THI RSDAV, FEBRUARY. 1«, 1»:H>
VOL VMS XI
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Lincoln Club Hears
PRESENTING PLAYS Interesting Talk at
Coming Tues. Eve.
LEES BOYS ENJOY
TRIP EASE INDU
Everyone be sure to be out to the
get-to-gether covered dish sup
Tin re seems to be a bit of con-1
per at the grange hall 6:30 Tues
fusion In the minds of the young |
day February 21. The Civic Club
bicycle riders of the city in regard
will furnish coffee, cream and sugar.
to just what is permissable and what
Everyone interested in Central Point
is not. owing to tbe fact that it j
j is invited to come and join them.
Is expected that the city council will |
They plan to make this an annual
adopt a new law at its meeting to-
Pluus are nearing completion for
affair. Anyone who has dishes or
lu letters received from their
The Jacksou County Lincoln club
Mr. Ellsworth, in a speech which
night, it is useless to tell just what the program of Inter-School play.-,
; silver that they wish to donate to sous, Jack and Jim, the Lees glvo
held its annual dinner and election! was listened to with close attention
the old law did prohibit. However, next Monday evening February 20,
i tbe club could leave it at this time. us the following information. About
of officers Monday eveniug in the by the large audience, drew a parul-
we wt.nt to call attention to the fact at which time Central Poiut, Phoe-
Any dishes would be appreciated, January 1 2 th^ boys were tn Colon
maiu dining room of the Hotel Med- lei betwten the pust and the present,
that state law declares that bicycles nix, and Jacksonville will each pre
not necessary to be of same pattern. which is ou the Atlantic end of the
P la ce s were originally
laid He quoted the opening paragraphs of
art vehicles in the meaning of the*sent a one-act play,
Panama Canal, White sailing through
for 125, but so many late comers the pseerh of acceptance given by
law and as such are subject to the
“ The White Phantom" is the
the canal the boys saw a couple of
dropped in that extra tables were J Abranam Liucoln when he became a School for Officers
same rules as automobiles. Under mystery comedy fare,» to be given
crocodiles and numerous sharks.
set. In ali there were about 150 in candidate tor United States Senator
the state traffic laws, which apply by Central Point seniors with a cast
1 hey met many ships comiug
'against Stephen A. Douglas and said
to city streets just the same as other »f four girls and three boys. Those attendance.
through the canal it being one of the
Herb Urey, vice president, was iii|ll,at by changiug ouly six words of
highways, bicycle ridtrs are required taking part in this play are Marion
i-ast oaiu ru u y
Mia. cross roads of the world.
Strayer, Marjorie Dodson, Wanda charge of the meeting in the ab- tbe 132 quoted Lincolns address u o ia E. stip e, A ssociate c iu im Mat the pilots told the men on the bridge
to observe the following rules:
Bicycles must be ridden on the Hood, Arlene Scott, Clyde Lees. Bence of President William McAUlat- would be applicable to presuit day ron, o .E .S . o f O regon held a scu ooi that the government charged the
UIGHT HAND SipH of the traffic Arthur Miller, and Keith Coping-r. or, whose legislative duties prevent
o f lusiructiO u tor the
o itice rs
of empty ships 70 cents per ton
Mr. Ellsworth pointed out that
Mrs. Fleischer is play director.
ixeviia C hapter No. ¡*3 at the M ason ships with one ton or more of cargo,
Must travel SINGLE FILE;
Phoenix students will appear in Ellsworth, publisher of the Rose-
ic H all in G en u a l Point.
$1.00 per ton.
Riders must signal when planning a farce comedy titled, “ Swept Clean burg News-Review and president of the south over slavery, so is the
follow ing tnt, school Mrs. Stipe
The trip through the canal was
lo turn elthfr to the right or left;
off Her Feet” . This play has a cast the Oregon Press Conference, was
was the honor guest at a Tea he»d very rough, flying fUh would take
Patty the principal speaker of the even present administration's practice of at the fcveiet haber liomo. Mrs. off from the top of a wave and fly
Bicycles must be equipped with of the following students:
creating class consciousness, of pit
Hose Bisbop, of Meuiord. Past Mat over the bridge of the ship. A chief
proper lights when ridden after Furry, Marita Furry, Margaret Al ing.
Resolutions of respect fur the late ting one element against another, ron of Rose City Chapter of Portland yeomau caught a sword fish and a
len, Lewis Newbry, David Williams,
Mrs. Robert Olen Arnspiger were unanimously one section against another section. aud a personal friend of .Mrs. Stip>, dolphin. They spent two days iu
No erratic riding or weaving back and Bob W'ilrox.
Continuing, the speaker dwelled poured with Mrs. Clara Vincent, Balboa. Fishing in the bay was
adopted. Also a resolution contend
or forth across the traffic lane is
ing "our representatives in Congress upon the question of freedom. "I Junior Past Matron of Nevita Chapt vtry good. They caught red snap
In comedy 'Sauce For the Goslings” from the state of Oregon for their contend that the freedom of the er. The tea table was lovely with pers, jacks, skips and barracuda.
people of our country is being ab a centerpiece of spring flowers in
They took the chief executive out
Rimember, the above are provis with a cast of six. They will be as general attitude toward their respon-
ridged under the present regime. ytllow and white, surrounded by
fishing and he caught a 30 lb. bar
ions of the STATE law, over which
The trend a>f the past six years has tall tapers. Assisting Mrs. Faber as racuda. Jim had to gaff him. The
• he cliy has no control. ALL offic K nt, Joe Beach, Geraldine Ayres encouraging the Republican party
been toward what is called planned co-hostesses were .Vus. Merritt Swing
fish had teeth like nails and as
duty bound to see that Alma A y rts and Clifford McGlnty. "to continue its cooperation with all
Miss Murie] Alberts is the director, j elements of our citixenry that favor economy and regimentation, Tlio and .Mrs. Pearl Bonney. Mrs. How sahrp as needles and It not only
these rules are observed.
Admission prices are 25 and 15 again educating the people to a sense words planned econom y and regi ard Jewett, Mrs. Kenneth Beebe and flopped around on deck but tries to
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of individual responsibility in gov mentation', considered ou their ulti Mrs. Sam Koehler assister about the bite everyone in sight. Jim wrote
Next wetk we shall publish the
mate meaning, are words that in the I rooms, small valentine favors were
entire new ordinance which has been
Thi« ^ " l e program of plays will| ernmental and economic afafirs.’’
that he was nearly scared to death.
prepared and which it is expected be given in Phoenix on February 21
Letters and telegrams of greeting drama of Lincoln's time would have I presented eacli guest. Those invited When the fish was cut open it con
will be passed tonight. This ord in -!*nd
•«“ •“ «onville on February ¿S. to the dub were read by Gus N e^ -, ^ ^ ^ P '^ ^ by^the simple ami un were: Miss Alice Hanley, who holds tained a fish as large as a bass in
Th-se plays are in no sense a con- bury. Mrs. C. M. Hwrd told of the derstandable word 'slavery
the. distinction of being a member Its stomach. At this place the boys
ance has been made up from several
In closing the speaker said. of Eastern Star for 55 years; Mrs. were 3380 miles from San Francisco.
now in effect in other cities in O re-jt,>8t but aru g,ven t0 promote spin aim» and policies of Pro-Am. rica,
gon and among other things p r o -i°f friendlines and good will among all orgauizat|0n Qf Republican worn- Though Lincoln was a gebius and Bryden Sanderson, a past Grand Of
From Balboa they sailed for
en. She urged all women present to|fbe outstanding man of his day, it ficer of Nevita Chapter and the fol Garitavana und then to Haiti. While
vides for the registration of
Door receipts in Central Point
bicycles. No bicyle not provided with
join the club and lend their aid to requires no genius to carry out a lowing local officers: Mrs. Marjorie In Cuba the sharks, swordfish and
i will be used to help finance the 19 30
public trust with Integrity. It re Pena and Meadante» Ivan Skyrman, many other fish swam around the
the proper license Plate will be per-j
the work. Lincoln’s Gettysburg ad
quires no genius to bottle ceaselessly Hampton T. Pankey, Edward C. ship waiting far some unfortunate
initted on the streets of the city. Be- Annua
dress was glveu by Burton Daugh-r- for the right as we see it and as we
Faber, Victor Bursell, Hensley Holt, to fall overboard. Off the coast of
fore a boy or girl, can secure such
know it as Lincoln did.”
Leonard Scott, Edwin Andrin, Lloyd Costa Rica there were many im
a plate they must pass an examina County to Be
Sttmpson, Lolita Massle, Frank Free mense turtles as large as wash tubs.
tion in thei»- knowledge of just what
W ell Represented
land and the hostesses Mrs. Merritt Knowing George's fondness for tur
• he la» itidvRL-.
Swing, Mrs. Pearl Bonney and Mrs. tles Jim was wishing he could send
On River Trip
Everett A. Faber.
him one. In one place Jack Men
The writer wishes to make it clear
tions that Jim was playing ball ou
Jackson County will be well re
that the city officials have no in
This week this paper is starting j know and we will list them under
tention or desire to work a hardship presented on the Delta Queen when a community exchange under thls|tb*8 column,
Baby Clinic Is
It Is expected the boys will be
on the boys and girls who ridejit leavt s the River Lines pier In column heading.
Also under this head we will try
We believe that
Very Successful in Norfolk and Hampton Roads,
bicycles up and down our streets.! Sacramento this Friday night for
this Exchange will perform a ser-
Vlrgluia in March and will sail for
What we are interested in above ¡the Shasta-Cascade Wonderland As-
how to take care of our unemployed,
A very successful buby and pre Haiti soon after. They expect to re
„„Ive our own problems. Why
everything else is the safety of these I sociallon'g chartered cruise to Trea- vice to the community. _ We believe
riders and of the pedestrians, young'sure Island for the W orlds Fair 'hat each community should 0 every, pas sthe buck on to Washington? school clinic was held at the turn to Brooklyn, New fork in June
and old, who walk on the sidewalks j Premiere and dedication of the thing that it can to take care of Its Every hour, day or weeks work that Health House ’ in Central Point on and will visit their parents Mr. and
of the town. The license fee for Shasta-Cascade exhibit building. Ac- own unemployed. If you have any you can provide will hedp. Do your february luth. A total of twenty- Mrs. Jack Ltes sometime during the
registration will be fixed at just eu- cording to information received to- article of food, furniture, livestock, part and list the things you have to six childr n were given examinations summer. This summer will be the
ough to cover the actual cost of re day from the news bureau of the produce or whatnot that you would trade in this colmun. We will make by the County Pnysician and the end of Jack's second enlistment.
central point Nwrse.
The boys will receive mall sent to
gistration, (probably 25< per year.) Association the following residents like to exchange for labor let us no charge for this service.
Both Dr. Merkle and Mrs. Friable U.S.S. Artie, care of Postmaster,
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are among the party of 200 Shasta-
Dick Fry dashing out to deter expressed their gratification at the New York, New York Division.
Aud the writer is pleased to ob Cascadians making the trip:
mine if a set of chains came with interest shown und the assistance
Jackson County— Mr. and Mrs. D.
serve that a great many children
his car when he bought it a ytar rendered by the local P.T.A., whose
going and coming to school are L. Flynn, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L.
ago. he having just purchased a se*. efforts contributed largely to thej Evangelist to Speak
walking and riding on Third street, Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Karl L. Janouch,
True courage Is to do without
success of the clinic,
where there is almost no automobile Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. Day, Jerry witnesses everything that one U cap
at Church of Christ
Mario Clone saying "tsk, tsk,”
Mrs. M. A. Adams assisted by
travel, which is as it should be, We
able of doing before the world.— about everything and not meaning
hope to see the time when every Schade and »on Larry Jr., all of ha Rochefoucauld.
a thing by It.
sters. Like assistance was also o f
Evangelist Elliott will speak both
child in the grade school; every high Medford; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bill-
fered by Mrs. Grimes, Mrs. Holt, morning and evening at Church of
school student who walks to and ings of Ashland, and Mr. and Mrs.
Shirley Kincaid asking Mr. Har
Hal Jewett and Hal Pierce stand
Mrs. U. Christ. He will present pictures of
from school will ubo that street. [ William Perry of Eagle Point; and rison: “ If a centipede breaks one ing on the sideliiits and groaning as and Mrs. Robert Fields.
Gandee and Mrs. Gleason helped at Ills work and of the Island at 7:30
The sooner the parents of the sch ool. Mrs. Mabel Russell Lowther of of its legs, will It limp?”
they watched the feeble efforts of
the health house.
children realize the danger of al Ashland.
a couple of grown up gals trying
Jamaica Mission is the most suc
lowing their children to travel the
You should have seen Miss Gre- to shoot baskets.
Neither of the
mission work in the world
old highway and cooperate with the
gory, prettier than usual, her eyes two Hals being on the regular team
school authorities in their effort to
sparkling, and beaming over win- and the gals not thinking much of
Don't fall to hear Evangelist El
become a regular thing in our com
ning at badminton.
get the kids in the habit of going
them a» teachers.
munity and Dr. Merkle, together liott.
some other way, the safer the child
T h e g n a t Central Point High
And: Bill Abbott playing all over
Come! Bring your friends!
with Nurse Frisbie have announc-d
ren will be.
Plump robin« are beginning to
basketball team , playing its »
the court and doing NOT BAD!
that they will hold another clinic
fill the valley with song at an early
perfect m achine, »lea m rolleil to
some time In April, the exact date
And also, the city officials are j
hour each day, causing a number of
a 47 •« 1H> v ictory ov e r a gam e
to be announced later.
not trying to lay all the blame for)
people to wax poetical about their
hard fig h tin g R ogn e R iver H.S.
Let us get squarely behind this
As art critics, Bd Vincent and little feathered friends. And others
our troubles on the kids who ridel
My the v ictory Central l*olnt
movement and keep plugging the
Skipper Smith would make good
bicycles. We are fully aware there)
CHURCH OK CHRIST
to wish they would choke on the fat
w on tiie ch a m pion sh ip o f D ivi
ldea that "Keep W ell,” is a lot bet
deep »ea drivers, according to the worms they are after.
are a lot of young fellows who seem
Clifton A. Phillips. Minister
sion II am i the right to tangle
ter than, Get W ell.”
opinion of the artist ( ? )
Bible School 10:00 A.M. Roland
to think our streets are made for i
w ith S*. M ary'» K iw
| Local citizens envying local fence
Hover, Supt. Mis* Lyle Gregory,
them to cut didoes on with th eir1
t'ou nty It t liainpionsliip which
Mr. Fleischer spent another day rails that are going to spend the
cars. Many complaints have come t o 1
Primal y Supt.
w ill la- held next w eek.
f , f and doing all the things hU wife , eaBon at the World s
Communion and Preaching 11:00
us of the way some of these young j
'••Id him to do, if he found timei EXPENSES PAID,
Party Held at
Duet Mrs. Ruth Hover anil
fools act behind the wheel of their
(after he caught up with his read-1
Mrs. V’irginla Bohnert.
cars. And one of the things w Matinee for Kids
Guy Tex got the scare of his life
Luke D. Elliott of Jamaica Mission
»ant to stop is the habit »ome of the
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Obenchain will epeak.
when he went home Wednesday at
boys have of standing on the run
Life s major tragedies; Rob Webb noon and found the house full of entertained with a birthday surprise
ning boards of car» going and com
Christian Endeavor 6:30 P.M.
A matinee for school children will , doing fancy dive» in the snow and
women, all members of the Past dinner in honor of Mrs. Ethel Camp
E van gelistic Elliott will present
ing from the high school. Such be given Friday aft*rnoon at 2:15 1
breaking one of his skis
bell’s birthday at the Obenchain picture* and a lecture sermon on the
practice is highly dangerous and is in the high school auditorium. Ai j
work in Jamaica at the 7:30 P.M
strictly forbidden hv state law.
this time a mystery farce comedy j Then Skip Smith In an animated
Harold Kllburn asking his mother
Those present were Mrs. Krm.i
“ The White Phantom” will be p re-: discussion of the thrills of skiing If he seeded the goose berrleg In the Hedgpeth, Mr. Hary Campbell and 8< rvtce. Don't fall to hear him.
Prayer and Bible Study Wednes
The city marshal has strict in sented by the seniors.
and describing the teebnlgue of 1 pie and well as the cherries In the
little daughters Alison and Harriett,
»fractions to enforce the law In all
The admission price will 1« five (fall on the face that would put an pie before deciding which kind he the honor guest Mrs. Harry Camp day 7:30 P.M. Carl Hover, Lead<r.
such cases and no favortism will be cents.
1 < nd to the skiing career of a less
bell and the host and hostess and
THE FNRERATRD CHURCH
shown. Hereafter anyone caught
! rugged individual.
their title daughter ILnda. Mrs
breaking any o‘f the traffic laws
Mr. Minntck Insisting he was
Mr. Albert Davis of lKamathl
Stanley O. Parish, Pastor.
(which are made (or the protectlm Falls visited hi« parent Mr. and Mr». ! And the fourth period English going to bring home smelt for din Obenchain prepared a very beautiful
Class all of a dither because teach ner when the spnuso was planning and delicious birthday cake.
Bible School— 9:45 a m
of the peopL of the city and not .1. Davis for a couple of days
honor guest received many nice gifts
er changed their seats, all but a few
Worship— 11:00 a. m.
l ist for the fun ,>f the thing» will ■
a surprise dinner for him, and she
and was very much surprised.
of the m o r e daring ones, longing
Christian Endeavor— 6:30 p. m.
brought before the ju d g e . And nil-
having an awful time trying to keep
Evening Service— 7:30 p. m
less we miss oiw guess, Reeorde- tb^ fire equipment to the new truck for seats in the back of the room him from being smelty at that time.
Te* is going to be mighty hard-boil- It is quite a Job to make ovtr all away from teacher's eye.
Floods and Hurricanes T— iles’ Bible Clean— Tuesday at
2:30 p. m.
ed with any such young men who the running hoards, aprons, floor
Mr Bachelder buying valentine*
Mrs. Gleason vowing that sh-
Prayer Meeting— Wednesday at
Are raging elsewhere
have the misfortune to come before boards, etc. and to get the new out- could not have lasted another sec at Sw<-m’s.
I>>t us be thankful
7:30 p. m.
him. So unless you want to eon- fit ready for painting. But the ond had the Phoenix-Central Point
we are safe
Choir practice — Wednesday
tribute to that special fire fund, fel • ruck Is ready for actual service basketball game not ended when !•
Butcher AI is quite a cut up. Com'
* 30 p. m
lers, you had better study your right now and could be used if ne- did
down and see him cut up a pig Sat
B* of good cheer
The Missionary Society will meet
But It Is the hope of the
driver's manual and stay nut of »**•*■>
at th> pastor'* home on Thursday ■'
There la no better place.
Mrs Friable beaming over the sue-1
city that the darned thing will sit
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What the heck! If this depart F A R M E R « AND F R U IT G R O W E R * 2:30 P M. All are welcome and
right there until it rots before it C'Ss of the baby clinic and declaring
encouraged to attend this Interesting
RA N K
Work is progressing slowly in the will be needed. However, you never that 'Those are certainly the sweet- ment grows much longer we will be
(Deposit« I i i a u r e d )
e«t babies” .
compelled »0 enlarge the paper.
finishing up of the change-over of can t»H-
tfy the Editor
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