The Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1936-195?, March 30, 1939, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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Mr* Margaret H ibbard went to
M edford Tuewday morning and en­
joyed láncheos at the FrewbytorUn
rburrh. Later there waa electlow of
Mr». Don Xewhnry brot
R «*U 'gli o f the valley awoke ob officer*
W»dne«day B o r n ia i
to the f i r « Mr». Hubbard horn» that evening
Mm. Hahbord also »pent Friday in
• muds* > H »be •*»*"“
A *o »k «
heavier a te tbU moral ojt and the Medford with Mr and Mr» Harbe-
bob . of Elsie. Neb . o h o hare bees
forecast is for a * t®
house guest» at the home o f Mr
tomorrow
la »pita of U u every
Harbeson’» naother. Mr* Dirknoa
on« u « J o y in g the w on dcrfsl » » a
tber we have had for the past month.
■i
F ra s» Rosal u leerla* th!»
Mr and Mr» Willard Humphrey week for W oodlaad. where he wll!
of Illinois. on tbair way home aft«r ■ndergo an operation. HL wife wlll
■ landing the winter in California, aocompany blm. Mr. and Mrm. R os­
•topped this week for a vt*U at the al haré beea viaitlng Mr. Rosal’»
Frank Lawrence home
They are parent» at the Hotel Valandra.
old friend» of Mr. Lawrence and
A Hat for aay occasion at Faber’x
•he bad not aeen them alnce »he wai
a girl. Mr and Mra. Humphrey
Mr Griffing ha» left for Coquille
»topped at San Franclaco to »ee tfle
Fair on their way north
Mr. Hum­ and Marshfield, returning home by
way of Rose-burg
He in on a selling
phrey U In the Foetal sendee.
'tip
X aumher of friend» bare Tt*lt««l
at the Schell home recently
Mr»
Mr- Alice su m »on who live* at
G Stewart of Klamath Fall» »pent the Racy Griasotn home, visited her
the week-end of March It at the •on, Mr. Lloyd Stlmson. and fam ­
Schell home and Mr. and Mr». Wal­ ily for a few day» recently
lace of Aahland were also gueata
Mm. C. A Phillips U quite skk
there.
and confined to her bed most o f the
Filoni dereloped, printed and an time
enlargement made for only 25c.—
Mm. Joe Stevens i- celebrating
S lon e’» Drug Store.
her birthday today.
Mr. and Mr». Larson o f Klamath
| Kodak film
finished
23c.
En­
Fall» and Mr. and Mr» C. R Moore largement fr e e — gton e’ Drag Store.
and daughter. Maxine, spent Satur­
day at Care City and report a very
Mr. and Mrs Buckman have had
lovely trip.
as guest» from Klamath Falla dar­
ing the past two weeks. Mr. and Mm.
Mr. and Mm. Charley
Mra. E. P Stone, who ha» been Whltneny.
•lck at her hom e for the past week Newman and Mr. and Mm. Oilman,
is Improving and was able to be at and they all came near the date of
the atore Wednesday afternoon.
Mm. Hackman's birthday and brot
her many nice gifts. Mrs St rouble
Mr. and Mm. Dean, on their way o f Sweet Horn*- is visiting In Klam­
t«, Klamath Falla from
Portland ath Falls and Mr. and Mm Hamilton
stopped Saturday night for a short of Klamath Falla write Mm. Buck-
visit with their aunt,
Mm. Clara man that they expect to visit her
soon.
Parra.
Alexander Implement Co. sold
disk barrow to Mrs Zella Hastings
of McLeod this week.
Mrs. Owing and daughter. Mm
LaCasse visited Mr». Owing’» daugh­
ter, Mm. Boden*tab and family Tue»
day aftercoon.
A new line o f
Faber's.
Dress
Hal*
at
LODGE DIRECTORY
Csntrai Point Lodge
No. 136
A F- k A. M.
.Stated Meetings
3rd Wednesday»
Harold Head, W. M
J. B. Vlnc*nt. Secy
David Blumenstein has returned
to work at the Medford Corporation
after being sick for a number o f
weeks
Jack LaCasae brought
home
fine triers o f catfish recently.
a
Mr and Mrs. F lo"d Nolta and Mr.
Nolta'» mother, Mm O. L. Nolta,
I. O. O. F. 113
left by plane yesterday afternoon
Noble Grand, Theo. A. Glass
for their home In W illows, Calif.
They had been guests at the home
Sec. J. K Vincent
Meets nach Monday evanlng at Hall o f Mr. N olta» brother-ln-law Char­
Visitors W clcoms
les J. Pritchett o f 311 K ln g'street.
They arrived Saturday morning In
Mr. Nolta’s W aco cabin plane. Mr.
Nolta operates » flying service In
W illow* and specialties In the plant­
ing of rice by plane. He is known
FOUND
as "S p eed '’ Nolta.— Mail Tribune.
Mr. Nolta's visit was on his w a y to
FOUND— A
Yale
key
on
Pine attend the funeral of hi* auDt In
HI* brother Vance accom ­
street. Owner may have same by Eugene
panied them to Eugene.
calling at this office and paying
for thl« ad.
Miss I>-ah Parker left Tuesday
morning for New York to continue
her work in the Girl Scout program.
WANTED— Ambitious students for
residence and home study coures
la bnslacas training
that
tarn
•para time Into earning time.
Medford Business College OWN.
CLASSIFIED
FOR HALE
STILL ON JOB— Serving meals.
Meal Ticket 35 50 for 36.00 cash
Meals served at all hoars —
Damon Cafe.
FOR RALE— Cooking
ples, 30c per box at
delivered.
Chaa.
elghtb mile west 0f
w.
rear
Eastern Star Story
I Faber9s Market I
j 'Quality Groceries at A Saving’ [
*
The leather-craft class has 72 en­
rolled. some middle aged down to
email children. Ed Fish U the in­
structor. It 1» very Interesting work
a* well as useful knowledge
Ethel’s
Beauty Salon
A party o f Talent ladies, accom ­
Get your Permanent» Now
panied by Mrs. Halbraitb. sister o f
Mr*. G. R Moore, stopped here this
and be ready for
morning and picked up Mrs. Moore
and they went fo r a trip to Primrose
Gardens and vicinity
where they
spent the day. There were two car« 1 Perm anent* from 3 2 .0 0 to H 5 0
In the party.
Mia* A dell Gandee from Ashland
la visiting her brother, Mr. R. H.
Gandee and his w ife this week. Mrs.
Gandee and guest are spending to­
day in Medford.
Helen Long, who broke her anke
a number o f weeks ago now has the
cast removed from her leg. but will
have to use her crutches for a couple
o f weeks
Her leg Is doing fine.
■
:
ha* opened a
at the
CENTRAL. POINT BLACKSMITH
SHOP
Daily Service to All Pointa
Portland to San FVancIsoo
FOR SALE— Dry Pine Blebs, | l.3 (
per tier. You heal It. Central
Point Fuel Co.
Straw Hats
Cloth Hats
Felt Hats
For Every Member of the Family
E. C. Faber
Skinner ’s Garage
$895.00
1935 Ford Deluxe Touring Sedan
A I-OT O F TRANSPORTATION ONLY
$330.00
1937 Chevrolet 158 WB Truck
E XT R A GOOD MOTOR, NEW RUBBER— lo o k « like new.
$595.00
JONES GROCERY
LOT—9th & BARTLETT
For Those Swell Driving Days
1938 Chevrolet Deluxe Coupe
MOHAIR UPHOLSTERY— NEARLY
NEW
$625.00
1936 Buick Sport Sedan
Radi. Healev. »«v j »•»-I ItaMwp, M o t o r reconditioned A Qunranterd.
Complete Lubrication
Spark Plugs Cleaned & Checked
For Safety
U.S. ROYAL MASTERS TIRES
Don Patterson
Service Station
25
2 Lbs.
Fresh Eggs
MEMDICM— EXTRAS
2 Doz.
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-
29 *
Chocolate Eclairs
FRESH 8HIPMEMNT
18
H a m b u rg e r ■
ALL GOOD MEAT
2 Lb».
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19 ° :
B o lo g n a
r
LUNCH MEAT
■
18 Ì
Pound
■
Shortening
■
■
GOOD QUALITY
33 :
4-lb. Pkg.
Pork Roasts
Pound
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1 5
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L IC E N S E D P L U M B E R
Repair Shop~-Acetylene Welding
General Hardware
Commercial and Domestic
Refrigerator Service
Central Point Hardware
See Our Windows
1938 Buick 41 Sport Sedan
IS YOUR CAR READY
GOOD FRESH
■ Pound
n- W H EEL EQUIPMENT, RADIO. HEATER— Th«- b e t par In town
Durkee’s Mayonnaise
Pint 27c
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■
Peanut Butter
NEW DEPOT
LOT— 141 S. RIVERSIDE
2 lbs.
g
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Pacific Truck Express
23
■ 2 Pkgs. -
’*
25-lt
BABY CHICKS A V A IL A B L E -e v e ry
Wedneeday and Ratnrday 104
Started chicks are the beat buy.
A good supply on hand In heavy
assorted, priced
right
Custom
hatching hen 3# each. Turkey 54
AH eggs
hatched
In modern
Jemeeway
Incubators
Central
Point Hatchery, Phone 303. 33-4t
FLASHLIGH T FREE
Central Point
Phone 21
Phone 291
W h eaties
EASTER
Choice Used Cars
and eating ap­
the house, 40c
Mabtn. onc-
Central Tolnt
T H l H 4 U .t r . M AR« H JO. I M S
POINT. ORfcttOV
F ollow ing the festivities Mr.
The Keystone Ha«» o f the Chris­ rectangular formats were placed at
Francis and W jlam ae Parker ea-
joyed last week at the San Fra ñem­ tian chur h held » hid party at the either end o f the table— one ex­ P. Brooks. Associate Patron of
em plifying the land ng o f the pil­ I Ream«-» Chapter o f Medford, lead in
eo Fair, retarning home Saturday : Mtlpon Houston home laat
Friday grim*— complete with a small ship group singing.
even lac
They came dreeaed in hid and tiny pilgrim « follow ing a path
The refreshment com m ittee in-
Mr». George Eldon and little »on clothes and all had a Jolly time and through the wood* where red-skin»
Johnny o f Grants Pas» visited at good eats Out o f town gueets were darted in ar.d out among the trees clnded: Mrs. Hensley Holt, Mrs.
Edith
Deu*-l!
the home o f Mr. Eldon's
parents Mr and Mrs Chat Eide o f Gran’ » and colorfu l Indian tepee»; the oth ­ Pearl Bonney. Mrs.
Mra. W alt Maaaey and Mrs E H
while her husband was atteading aa
er
showing
the
pilgrim
»
wending
I Pas»
Hedrick.
Active Club meeting
•heir way to the Chapter House, a
Many visitor» attended the regular
Miss Carol Furry ha* a contract small log cabin, bearing the inscrip­
Mm. Nellie Siromond*
had the ! for a school at Prospect this coming tion, Nevita No 53 - Thanksgiving chapter meeting held preceding the
birthday party and p m ld e d over by
misfortune to fall and hurt herself '■
She will teach the
*B<* 1 place cards and napkin» added to the W orthy Matron. Mra Ivan Skyr-
badly Tuesday
Dr. Heckman was ♦ th grade
was man.
Carol has been attend­ J the certainty that the Feast
called and thought it advisable to ing the Southern Normal School.
ready
Mr*. Howard Jewett gave
The next regular meeting o f the
put her leg in a cast.
a reading entitled
"The Hungry chapter will be held April 11 in the
H o lid a y -
Masonic Temple.
Mm. J. C. W ood» 1» very »ick and
I« in bed most o f the time
<C - need from Page Oue)
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Mm.
Etfie Ca»tor entertained ground for the golden brown, roast
with a surprise birthday »upper on lark e? w hich centered the large
March 1C. honoring the 75th birth­ table
\rtif:cial fr-ilt o f all kind»
day o f Mrs. Edaaii.
there were 12 com ple’ -lv i>urvouri', <-.(j -he turkey.
guest« seated at the table,
a big Square rakes fr >-*ed in brown and
birthday cake and nice gift# were wlhte checkerboard
■
fa»hlon
were ■
feature» o f the evening
placed at either side. Natural wood
randlelabra In a tiered arrangement
Easter basket candy, dye and holding eight orang“ taper* shed a
greeting cards.— Stone’s Drug Store. soft glow over the table. Miniature
Kodak film prints 3c each, any
«is* up to and including post card
BORN— To Mr and Mr»
L. E. slxe.— Stone’s Drug Store.
Robertson at the Heath home, on
Sunday. March 2S. an
11-pound
Mrs. L H. Smith was a house
daughter. Mary Rose Blanch.
guest o f Mrs. Clara Farra over the
week end.
Mr ami Mm. Albert Milton vlalt-
ed Mr. Milton's mother and sister
Ethel at Rogue River Wednesday
afternoon.
It was a surprise visit
on Mr Milton’s sister. It being her
birthday
Rummer Hats at prices from 15c
to *1 00. Faber s.
CÜTKU
$645.00
Several Good Trucks
I’l l HI IM A M » OLDER CARS FROM *.VM*o |’ P
L A W N MOWERS
Garden Hose, Garden Tools
Paints and Oils
Anything you need in Hardware
A L E X A N DER
IMPLEMENT & HARDWARE CO.
s It’s Not What You Earn :
It’s What You Save
THAT COUNTS
RAISE YOUR LIVING
STANDARD. LOW ER
YOUR COST OF LIVING
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