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    CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
Y O L l'M K XI
C E N T R A L P O IN T , O R E G O N . T H U R S D A Y , A P R I L «, I M »
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By the Editor
W e h a v e b een u rg e d to r e t u r n to
I he old s ty le of h e a d in g f o r this
c o lu m n a n d to once a g a in t a k e up
t h e b u r d e n of c o m m e n ti n g o n th i n g s
in g e n e r a l a n d
c e r t a in
th i n g s
p a r t i c u l a r , as we u sed to do.
if we m u s t, h e r e goes:
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CHI TO SELL
Marker Dedicated
LAND TO eGHOOL On Old Stage Road
FOB FIELD SPOBTS By D.A.R. Ladies
T h e city co un cil met in r e g u l a r
session M onday ev en in g w ith
five
m e m b e rs p re s e n t. Most of t h e e v e n ­
ing was sp en t w ith r o u t i n e business.
T h e m a t t e r of t h e closing of c e r ­
tain s t r e e ts a n d alley s on th e p r o ­
p e rty sold to t h e cheese
facto ry
s e v e r a l y e a r s ago a n d w hich w e re
su p p o s e d to h av e b een
abandoned
by a f o r m e r council a t t h e t i m e of
m a k i n g th e sale, w as t a k e n
up.
T h e r e being no o p position on th e
p a rt of p r o p e r ty o w n ers, a n o r d i n ­
a n c e clo sin g t h a t p o rtio n of Maple
and C herry streets
lying b e tw e e n
F r o n t s t r e e t a n d th e r a i lr o a d p r o ­
p e rty a n d a n a lle y lying a lo n g th e
r a i l r o a d w as passed.
W ell,
To ibegin w ith , g u ess we will get
b ack to o u r o ld h a b it of ta k i n g a
d ig a t t h e New Deal, Inc. W e have
n e v e r a g r e e d w ith t h e i r id ea o f r e c k ­
less sp e n d in g .
To us. t h i s idea of
t e a c h i n g fo lk s to ru n to Uncle Sam
fo>- h e lp every tim e th e y get in to a
j a m , a n d a s k i n g h im to d o n a te a lot
o f m o n ey for t h e i r b e n e fit, is ail
bunk.
A nd so m ew ay we h a v e u
h u n c h t h a t Big J i m F a rle y , of w hom
we h a v e n 't h e a r d m u c h of recen t
w eek s, by th e way, a n d h is Big Boss
b o th k no w t h a t f in d in g new excuses
to c o n ti n u e t h a t s p e n d i n g idea an d
M ayo r F ow ell w as u n a n im o u s l y
k e e p in g a la r g e p o rtio n of t h e ig n o r ­ e le c te d t 0 r e p r e s e n t th e city on th e
a n t w o r k in g p o p u la tio n on t h e re lie f b o a rd of d ir e c to r s of t h e J a c k s o n
ro lls is t h e i r best bet fo r s t a y i n g on C o u n ty C h a m b e r of C om m erce.
t h e job.
R e p o r ts of v a rio u s c o m m itte e s
m
m
m
w e re received a n d sh o w ed t h a t th e
So f a r a s th i s k e e p in g out of w a r w o r k of p u t t i n g t h e w a t e r system
goes, we a lw a y s d id
lik e T. R .’s in o r d e r w as p ro g r e s s in g s a t is f a c ­
id e a — “ W a lk a s s o f tly a s y o u c a n ; to rily. Also t h a t th e s t r e e t w ork Is
s p e a k as so f tly as you c a n — b u t c a r ­ b eing d o n e as r a p id ly as possible.
ry a B ig S t i c k ! ” W e h a v e a s n e a k ­ G r a n it e fro m t h e new pit is being
in g id e a t h a t if Uncle S am will k e e p h a u le d as fast as possible.
W h ile
o u r n av y u p to s t a n d a r d , a n d all. t h e new pit lias no t been ex c a v a te d
t h e r e s t of o u r f i g h ti n g fo rces in d eep e n o u g h to get to th e
p u re
tr im , no n a ti o n on e a r t h is g o in g g r a n i t e as yet. still th e d ir t being
to ta c k l e th e jo b o f i n t e r f e r i n g w ith h a u le d a t th is tim e
m a k e s very
us.
L e t's get in s h a p e so t h e y all good fills.
A n ew c u lv e r t a n d fill
will b e sc a r e d to t a k e a p o ke a t us is b ein g m a d e on s o u th F i f t h s t r e e t
— t h e n s t a y r i g h t at h o m e a n d m ind b e tw e e n O ak a n d A ld er s t r e e ts . On
o u r o w n busin ess.
T h ir d s t r e e t th e s h o u l d e r s of th e
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r o a d w a y fro m O ak s t r e e t to th e
plowed
We g ot q u ite a k ick th e o t h e r day school g r o u n d s h a v e been
As
o u t of s o m e th i n g t h a t .was d o n e in o u t a n d t h e s t r e e t re - g ra d e d .
o u r city re cen tly . It Ju s t h a p p e n e d soo n as possible som e of th e lo w er
t h a t we h a d c a u s e to e x a m i n e th e p lace s on th i s s t r e e t will be filled
book in w hich o u r w a t e r m a n h as a n d t h e w h o le s t r e e t g r a n i te d .
b een fo rced to r e g i s t e r t h e m e t e r
T h e b u il d in g c o m m it te e w a s in ­
r e a d i n g s e v ery m o n t h an d f o u n d it s t r u c t e d to in v e s ti g a te se v e ra l old
a b o u t tw e n ty y e a r s o u t ot' d a te . W e b u il d in g s in v a r i o t u r p a r t s of to w n
g o t p e rm is s io n fro n t t h e co u n c il to w ith th e idea of c o n d e m n i n g th e m
p u r c h a s e a m o r e m o d e r n b o ok for a n d t h u s re m o v in g w h a t h a s lo ng
th e p o o r m an a n d b eh o ld , t h e first beep ey e so re s to r e s id e n ts living In
ti m e he used it h e r u t o v e r a day th e vicinity .
off t h e ti m e it h a d f o r m e r l y ta k e n
T h e q u e s t io n of s e llin g to th e
to do t h e job . T h a t m e a n s 12 d ays sch o ol d is tr i c t a t a n o m in a l
price
a y e a r, w h ich a m o u n t s to a sizab le th e la n d ly in g e a s t of t h e high
a m o u n t of h a r d c a s h — a w h o le lo t sch o ol w h i r b has been u s e d by th e
m o r e t h a n th e new book c o st, a n y ­ sch o ol f o r se v e r a l y e a r s as an
way.
a t h l e t i c field w-as c o n s id e re d .
The
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council voted to leav e th e m a t t e r to
W e le a r n
by “ g r a p e v i n e
tele­ t h e m a y o r to m a k e w h a te v e r deal
g r a p h ” t h a t th e school b o a r d is still h e t h o u u g h t w as to th e b e st i n t e r e s t
f i g u r in g a b o u t b u il d in g
t h a t new of t h e city a n d th e schools.
g y m n a s iu m th e y h o p e d to b u ild last
S e v e ra l y e a r s ago th e m a t t e r of
fall.
W h ic h is good
news
Hope s e c u r in g th is la n d fo r a n a th l e ti c
t h e y c a n find a w ay to g e t at th e field for t h e sch oo ls was b ro u g h t
jo b b e fo re a n o t h e r school y ear. Go b e fo re t h e c ity co u n cil.
M ayor
to it, fellers, w e ’re w ith you all th e L eev er a n d most of th e city council
fa v o re d t h e idea of d e e d in g th e p ro ­
way.
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p e rt y to t h e school d is tr i c t, b u t du e
Som e critic ism is h e a r d b ecau se to t h e fact t h a t th e co un cil desired
p ro p e r ty ,
th e w r i t e r a n d his so n to o k th e fire to k e e p a s t r i n g on th e
t r u c k o u t of to w n y e s t e r d a y w hen t h e scho ol b o ard d ecide d th e y could
t h e S a la d e
home
burned.
I t i* n ot a c c e p t t h e la n d a t t h e t e r m s of­
t h o u g h t by so m e t h a t it w as w ro ng fe r e d . T h is y e a r, h o w ev er, t h e m a t ­
to le a v e t h e c ity w i t h o u t f i r s p r o ­ t e r w as a g a in b r o u g h t u p a n d th e
te c tio n fo r so lo n g a tim e .
W h ile p re s e n t co u n cil decid e d to a g a in of­
we do n o t feel t h a t we d id a n y t h i n g f e r t h e la n d to t h e schools, b u t w ith
w ro n g , we will say t h a t at t h e tim e no s t r i n g s a tt a c h e d .
I t h a s b een felt f o r so m e tim e
th e f i r s t re p o r t c a m e o f t h e f ire we
t
h
a
t th e s c h o o ls n e e d e d
a
b e tt e r
t h o u g h t we m i g h t g et t h e r e in ti m e
be
pro­
to sa v e t h e b u ild in g by t h e use of a t h l e t i c field th a n could
ch e m ic a l.
W h e n we a r r i v e d
a n d vided on t h e old school g r o u n d on
saw t h a t n o t h i n g co uld be d o n e we a c c o u n t o f t h e h ill on w h ic h th e
S ev eral y e a rs ago
k e p t close w a tc h o f t h e c it y and sch oo l s t a n d s .
c o u ld h a v e eaaily h e a r d t h e siren t h e m s t t e r o f le v e lin g o ff a po rtio n
h a d a n a l a r m been t u r n e d in. And of t h e h ills id e on t h e n o r t h en d of
a ls o
»be e n t i r e
v o lu n t e e r
f i r e ­ th e scho ol g r o u n d s w as in v e s tig a te d
f i g h ti n g crew o f C e n t r a l F e in t w ere by th e school b o a rd a n d t h e cost
p r e s e n t a n d co uld h a v e been g a t h e r ­ was t h o u g h t to be p ro h ib itiv e . T he
ed t o g e t h e r a n d r u s h e d to th e city p re s e n t c ity co u n cil feels t h a t w h a t ­
w ith in five m i n u te s h a d t h e r e been ev er a f f e c ts t h e sch oo ls a ff e c ts th e
w h ole city a n d so d ecide d to sell th e
n e e d f o r su ch actio n .
v a c a n t p r o p e r ty a c ro s s t h e old h ig h ­
way f r o m »he school g r o u n d to th e
scho ol d i s t r i c t a t a n o m in a l price
( C o n ti n u e d on P a g e F o u r )
Luncheon G iven
For P .T .A . Board
L
Mr* F u r r y in v ite d t h e ex ecu tiv e
m m t t t e e to h e r h o m e fo r next
T h e c e re m o n ie s w e re o p e n e d w ith
a m u sical sele c tio n by th e M edford
h ig h school b a n d , d u r i n g w hich an
old s t a g e coach, d r a w n by f o u r
ho rses, d r e w u p b e fo re t h e s ite of
th e m a r k e r . T h e rein s w ere h a n d le d
by th e o n ly living s t a g e d r i v e r of
th e old days, T h o m a s B. B u r n e tt ,
w ho h a d h im s e lf d riv e n s t a g e s o v e r
th is sectio n of t h e Old S ta g e ro a d .
As th e d r i v e r d re w his p ra n c i n g
te a m to a h a lt it w as n o ted t h a t th o
s ta g e w as lo ad ed w ith lad les d r e s s e d
in styles of long ago. Six of t h e s e
lad ies, Mrs. B u r t E. L o w ry , Miss
S a r a V a n M e te r , Mrs. It. G. H a r d in g ,
Mrs. J. H. C o ch ran , Mrs. G. Q.
D 'A lb in i a n d
Mrs.
Sherm an
L.
Divine, a f t e r a li g h t i n g f r o m th e old
vehicle :md s t r a i g h t e n i n g t h e i r hoo p
s k i r t s an d ti n y p a ra s o ls,
m arched
up th e s te p s a n d to o k t h e i r places
on e it h e r sid e of t h e m o n u m e n t , on
on e side of w hich s t o o d a n A m e r i ­
c a n flag a n d on t h e o t h e r t h e blue
s t a t e flag.
As soon as th e la d le s h a d t a k e n
t h e i r places t h e d r i v e r , t u r n i n g th e
r e i n s o v e r to a y o u n g e r m a n , d is ­
m o u n t e d fr o m t h e box a n d , .a fte r r e ­
m o v in g th e d u s t c o a t a n d b r o a d hut
of th e o ld - tim e d r i v e r , a ls o to ok *
Chosen for Y ear
j
Pro-A m erica
H old s Interesting
M eeting M onday
P r o - A m e ric a n s m et M onday a t the
H o tel H o lla n d fo r lu n c h e o n . A b o u t
25 w ere p re s e n t. T w o new m e m b e rs
t a k i n g o u t m e m b e r s h i p cards. S p e a k ­
e r s f o r t h e a f t e r n o o n w e re M esdam es
W illia m M. M cA llister a n d
E arl
N ew bry. T h e y g a v e m a n y i n t e r e s t ­
p lace n e a r th e sto n e .
T h e follow ­ in g in c i d e n ts of t h e i r exp eriences
ing p ro g r a m w as t h e n given:
w hile a c t i n g ag t h e i r h u s b a n d s ' s e ­
B ugle Call, A lfred Dodson
c r e t a r i e s d u r i n g t h e r e c e n t le g is la ­
P le d g e of A llegiance to t h e F lag . tu r e . Mrs. M cA llister w a s th e first
led by Mrs. C. M- H u r d .
s p e a k e r a n d to ld one a m a z in g In­
In v o c a tio n , Mrs. S h e r m a n L. Divine, c id e n t of o n e s e s sio n w h en one of
C h a p la in , C r a te r L a k e C h a p te r, t h e lobbyist m a d e th e r e m a r k a t t h e
D. A. R.
close o f t h e session, “ No
wonder
P r e s e n t a t i o n o f Mrs. J. H. C o ch ran . t h e y o n ly pay th e m 53 a d a y ” . Mrs.
Miss S a r a V a n M e te r, Mrs. R. G. N ew b ry m a d e th e r e m a r k t h a t Mrs.
H a rd in g , M a r k e r C o m m itte e , an d M cA llister o m i tt e d o n e of h e r big
Mrs. G. Q. D 'A lbini, F i n a n c e C om ­ m o m e n t s a t t h e
l e g i s l a tu r e
w h en
m ittee.
eh e w as s ta lle d in
an
autom atic
I n t r o d u c t i o n of T h o m a s B. B u r n e t t e le v a t o r b e tw e e n tw o flo o rs a t te n
by Mrs. B u rt B L .o w ry , R e g e n t o ’clock a t n ig h t. S h e f u r t h e r s t a t e d
C r a t e r L a k e C h a p t e r , D.A.R.
t h a t It was a ls o r a t h e r tr y i n g fo r
R eiu ln iscen s es of S tag e Coach Days. t h e re s t of t h e party . M is. N ew b ry
T h o m a s B. B u r n e tt ,
s a id t h a t s h e was n o t In t e r e s t e d in
l e v e l l i n g of th e M a r k e r, T h o m a s B. politic a n d o p p o se d to his c a m p a ig n ,
B u r n e tt .
b u t now s h e Is a c o n firm e d politic­
D ed icatio n of M a r k e r, Mrs. B u rt B. ian. I t w as b r o u g h t o u t by t h e
Low ry.
s p e a k e r t h a t a ll th e
q u e s t io n a b l e
A ddress, F r a n k J. V an D y k e, d e s­ bills w ere s av ed u n ti l t h e v e ry la s t
of th e sessio n b e f o r e being p r e s e n t ­
c e n d a n t of P io n e e r F a m ily .
B en ed ictio n , W a l t e r F r a z e r B row n, ed in t h e h o p e t h a t th e y m i g h t be
S o u th e r n O reg o n C h a p te r , S.A.R. r u s h e d t h r u ,
but
th e
le g i s l a to rs
Music, “ S t a r
S p a n g le d
B a n n e r ” , g ave
th o rough
I n v e s tig a t io n s
to
Medford H ig h School B and .
th e m all.
Mr. B u r n e tt , in h is re m in lsc e n se s ,
Mrs. C. L. H o p k in s d is c u sse d a
c alled a t t e n t i o n to th e fa c t t h a t th e s e r ie s of bo o k s re c e n tly p u b lish e d ,
old ro ad being h o n o re d
t h a t day t h a t d e a l w ith t h e v a r i o u s “ is m s ”
w as th e f i r s t c o n n e c tin g lin k w ith I a n d t h a t g ave a very lm p a r t i c a l r e ­
t h e o u ts id e w o rld th is se c tio n of th e j view of sam e.
T h e f i r s t of th e s e
s t a t e e v e r h a d . W h ile th e old Milit­ boo ks " W h i c h W a y A m e r i c a ? ” is
a ry R oad, w hich lies so m e few h u n d ­ now a v a il a b le a t t h e M edford P ublic
re d y a rd s up t h e hillsid e from th e L ib ra r y .
Old S tag e ro a d , a n d w h ich w as laid
Mrs. C. M. H u r d , p r e s i d e n t of th e
o u t by G e n e ra l J o e H o o k e r, w as th e P ro - A m e ric a n s , w ho p re s id e d
over
f i r s t tr a il in to t h e valley from th e th e m e e tin g , r e a d “ L ib e lin g a L a b e l ”
n o r t h . Its r u g g e d c h a r a c t e r m a d e it by
M erle
T horp
and
d iscussed
useless for la t e r tr a v e l a n d w ith th e “ T h o u g h t C o n t a g i o n ” w h ic h w as
com ing of r e g u l a r s t a g e se rv ic e , th e p u b lis h e d in th e M a r c h 25 is su e of
p r e s e n t r o a d w a s laid out.
th e S atu rd ay
E v e n in g
P o st. She
u rg e d t h a t
t h e m e m b e r s n o t be
( C o n ti n u e d on P a g e T w o )
s c a r e d a w a y by t h o u g h t c o n ta g i o n
b u t r e a s o n t h i n g o u t t o r th e m s e lv e s .
T h e n e x t m e e t in g o f t h e c lu b will be
May 1.
C ivic Club P lan s
S ilver T ea in
H onor M rs. Lathrop C hildren ’s P laygrou n d
J a c k s o n c o u n ty
e x te n s io n
com ­
m itte e a n d a l u m n i a r e s p o n s o rin g a
silv er te a to be h e ld on A p ril 16 in
h o n o r of Mrs. A. T. L a t h r o p , th e
J a c k s o n c o u n ty d e l e g a t e t o th e L o n ­
do n c o n fe re n c e .
T h e a f f a i r will t a k e p lace a t th e
B ird s ey e h o m e n e a r F o o ts C re e k on
th e P a c if ic h ig h w a y .
An i n t e r e s t i n g f e a t u r e of th e te a
will be t h e e x h ib i t of r u s t i c a rtic le s
g a t h e r e d t h r o u g h o u t s o u t h e r n O re­
gon.
T h e c o m m it te e c h a i r m e n in clu d e:
G e n e ra l
C hairm en,
Misses
E ffie
B ird s ey e a n d Alice H a n le y , historic
c o s tu m e s , Miss C la i r
H a n le y ,
re­
f r e s h m e n t s a n d s e r v in g , Mrs. B e r th a
Glascow , Mrs. O. C- M a u s t a n d Miss
Mary H a n le y .
H o s te s s e s a r e M esdam eg J . R. Mc­
C ra c k e n a n d !>>e P o r t , r e g i s tr a ti o n
a n d p u b lic ity a r e in c h a r g e of Mabel
T h o r n to n .
T h e p u b lic is c o r d i a ll y in v ited to
a t t e n d t h e e v e n t w hich will be held
fro m t h e h o u r s of 10 a m. to 7 p m.
T h e Civic c lu b m e t W e d n e s d a y
a f t e r n o o n w ith a good a tt e n d a n c e .
It w a s p la n n e d to see w h a t cou ld be
d o n e t o w a r d m a k i n g a p la y g r o u n d
o u t o f t h e u n u s e d p a r t of t h e p a rk
a n d a c o m m it te e a p p o in t e d to co n ­
t a c t t h e c ity cou ncil in r e g a r d to
c a r i n g fo r th e p a r k d u r i n g t h e s u m ­
m e r m o n th s.
Mr. E v e r e t t F a b e r b r o u g h t a m e s ­
sa g e to t h e ladies. He c o m p l im e n t­
ed t h e la d ie s h ig h ly by te l li n g th e m
t h a t t h e y h a d m a d e t h e c o m m u n it y
a w a r e o f civic w o rk s a n d t h a t we
a r e t h e only o r g a n i z a ti o n of t h i s
k in d in t h e city t h a t w e re w o r k in g
f o r civic b e t t e r m e n t ,
w hich
went
u n d e r th e s e t h r e e h e a d s,
physical,
m e n t a l a n d m o r a l an d t h a t tb e
la d ie s h a d a h a r d row to hoe. H e
a ls o a s s u r e d t h e c lu b t h a t he an d
t h e m e n w ere in b ack o f t h e m 1»
e v e r y way. Mrs. S co tt s e r v e d lo ve­
ly r e f r e s h m e n t s .
Mrs. K l lb u r n was
on t h e r e f r e s h m e n t c o m m i t t e e w ith
M rs .S cott a n d helped f u r n i s h b u t
on a c c o u n t of sic k n e ss w a s u n a b le
to a t t e n d .
G lee Club C oncert
F ed erated Church
Is H uge Success
C alls Pastor
At t h e a n n u a l c h u r c h s u p p e r a n d
m e e tin g of t h e F e d e r a t e d C h u rc h .
March 31, a u n a n i m o u s call was ex­
te n d e d to t h e Rev. S ta n l e y G. P a r ­
rish a« t b e m i n is te r of t h e c h u rc h .
T h is call w as m a d e a f t e r a n e x te n d ­
ed su p p ly by Rev. P a r r i s h , h av in g
been w ith t h e c h u r c h fo r a period
of n in e m o n t h s . T h is a n n u a l m e e t ­
ing p ro v e d v e ry su c c e s s fu l, t h e r e b e ­
in g o v e r o n e h u n d r e d p eo p le p r e ­
sen t.
T h e b u s i n e s s o f t h e m e e t in g w as
lead by t h e B o a rd c h a i r m a n , 8. D.
Hill.
S e v e ra l m e s sa g e s a s well as
m u s ic a l n u m b e r s w e r e given by t h e
m e m b e r s of t h e c h u r c h .
F o llo w in g
a sh o r t m «sag by Mr. A. J . M ilton,
At a re c e n t m e e t in g of t h e school a d u e t w as s u n g by Mrs. D avis a n d
Miss
Ruby
b o a rd t h e follow in g t e a c h e r s w ere j d a u g h t e r L o r r a i n e .
P arrish
e m p lo y ed fo r next y e a r:
H. P i W e b ste r a n d Mrs. S t a n l e y
le w e tt , S n p t.; H igh School: K A : a ls o s a n g a d u e t a f t e r a m e s sa g e by
Mm. L ew is G rim es
H n l b n r t , M ildred Ross, E th e l
F le i­ Mrs M in n irk
s c h e r , C h a r l o t t e E y r e , J a m e s I l a r r l - led In t h e dev o tio n al* , a n d w as fo l­
so n, M a r th a D oeheara. G ra d e S chool: ! lowed by a solo fro m Miss Ir is Hill.
A s h o r t m e s sa g e fro m t h e p a s t o r
R. H. G a n d e e . P ri n c ip a l . M ae R i c h - .
ardson,
M a r jo ri e G re g o ry , C la r a ( closed a v e ry eJnoyaL le e v e n in g
G o ld in , L a u r a
P a s t o r ln o ,
R o b e rt !
Mr an d Mrs. F lo y d H ilto n w ere
W ebb, H a r r y M eyers, Music.
Miss R u t h O tto m a n h a s been re c e n tly s u r p r is e d by a g r o u p of
elec ted to t h e v a c a n c y in t b e t h i r d | fr ie n d s, g iv in g t h e m a h o u s e w a r m ­
g ra d e .
Mis« O tto m a n t a u g h t laat ing fo r t h a i r new b o m * T h e i r h o u s e
v e e r a t T a le n t . T h e s i x th
g ra d e la a lm o s t c o m p l e te no w , b u ilt- in in
th e k it c h e n a n d p l u m b i n g In s talled ,
p o sitio n ha« no t b een filled
b e rr ie s p i s n t e d a n d * new
law n
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Mrs. H. C. W illia m s o n e n t e r t a i n -
I T u e s d a y A pril 4 w ith a d e s s e rt
incheon a t h e r h o m e on B eall L a n e
ie fo llo w in g m e m b e r s o f C e n tra l
o in t P.T .A. e x ecu tiv e b o a rd
Mea-
lm e s W . H. H o lt, V e rn e H a n se n ,
"d F u r r y . W a l t e r O e b h a rd , M. A.
d a m s . Dale S m i th , Dee Boo«h, R
F a b e r , E r n e s t K elly a n d P- A
racy.
A fterw ard d uring
th e
b u sin e ss
ss lo n , t h e t r e a s u r e r r e p o r te d t h a t
md* w ere low. S ev eral co tn m u n ica-
ons fro m h e a d q u a r t e r s re l a ti v e to
ie s t a t e c o n v e n tio n w ere re a d an|I
►cussed
A
report
fro m
th e
i m l n a t i n g c o m m it te e w as a p p ro v -
C r a t e r L a k e C h a p te r ,
D au g h ters
of th e A m e ric a n
R e v o lu tio n ,
had
c h a rg e of th e u n v e ilin g of a m a r k e r
c o m m e m o r a t i n g t h e Old S ta g e ro a d ,
w est of t h i s city, T u e s d a y a f t e r n o o n
a t 2 :3 0 . T h e g r a n i t e m a r k e r , b e a r ­
in g a b ro n ze ta b l e t w ith t h e i n ­
sc r ip tio n , “ Old S ta g e
R o a d , ” w as
e re c te d on t h e g p p e r sid e of t h e old
ro a d a b o u t a q u a r t e r of a m ile n o r t h
of th e M cCaskey home.
M M l lE R 8 8
T h e t u r n - o u t fo r th e B lo la Qlee
C lu b l a s t M o nday n ig h t w as f a r
a b o v e e x p e c t a tio n s ; th e h ig h school
a u d i t o r i u m being filled to o v e rf lo w ­
ing.
T w o C hildren A re
K illed in A ccid en t
FIRE OESTflOrS
OLD SALAGE HOME
AT SEVEN OAKS
F ir e , w h ic h b r o k e o u t a t a b o u t
2 : 3 0 y e s t e r d a y a f t e r n o o n , to t a ll y
d e s tro y e d t h e S a la d e h o m e a t Seven
O aks, a b o u t a m ile n o r t h
of th is
city.
T h e h o u se w a s occupied by
Mr. J o s e f von
B irk e n f e ld , w ho
so m e tim e ag o r e n t e d th e place from
L o u is S a la d e , o w n e r .
T h e fire w as d is co v ered by Mrs.
von B irk e n f e ld , w ho w as w a te r i n g
p la n t s in th e y a r d . S he r u s h e d in to
th e h o u se, only to discover t h a t th e
fire h a d b r o k e n fr o m th e b a s e m e n t,
w h e re i| h a d a p p a r e n t l y s t a r t e d , a n d
w as r u n n i n g u p t h e n o r t h w all of
t h e h o u se to t h e u p p e r floor. She
c a u g h t up a h a n d e x ti n g u is h e r a n d
t u r n e d It on t h e fire dow n t h e b a s e ­
m e n t s t a i r s . In h e r h a s t e s h e d r o p ­
ped th e e x t i n g u is h e r , w hich fell Into
t h e b a s e m e n t n e a r th e fire a n d o u t
of h e r re a c h , le a v in g h e r helpless.
N ig h b o rs , n o tc in g th s m o k e p o u r ­
ing from t h e h o u se , r u s h e d to th e
s cen e a n d s t a r t e d c a r r y i n g o u t f u r n i ­
t u r e from th e m a in floor,
a call
w as s e n t lo t h i s city f o r h e lp a n d
in t h e a b s e n c e of a n y of t h e r e g u ­
l a r v o l u n t e e r f i re m e n , w ith t h e e x ­
cep tio n of K e n n e t h Pow ell of th e
A m e ric a n s t a f f . M ayor P ow ell r u s h ­
ed t h e new f ire t r u c k to t h e scen e.
As th e new t r u c k has not ag y e t
been e q u ip p e d w ith a p u m p . It w as
a t o n ce seen t h a t t h e e q u ip m e n t w as
useless an d t h e t r u c k was r e t u r n e d
to t h e city.
W it h t h e a s s i s t a n c e of t h e la r g e
cro w d w h ich so on g a t h e r e d m u c h of
t h e v a lu a b l e
fu rn itu re
fro m
th e
m a in flo o r w as c a r r i e d to sa fe ty . In­
c lu d i n g t h e S te i n w a y g r a n d p ian o
b e lo n g in g to Mr. S a la d e , w h ich h a d
been t h e t r e a s u r e d p r o p e r ty of his
m other,
now
d eceased.
By th e
h e ro ic e f f o r ts of s e v e r a l y o u n g m e n
w h o c a r r ie d w a t e r In p a d s from th e
p u m p house,
th e
w ood shed
and
g a r a g e in t h e r e a r of t h e m a i n h o u se
w as saved.
T h e h o u se w as b u il t in 1912 by
Dr. L. A. S a la d e a n d w as on e o f th e
l a n d m a r k s of t h e valley.
Mrs. M. B. L in d le y w as c alled to
Bend la s t w eek on a c c o u n t of th e
Mr. a n d Mrs. H e r b e r t A d a ir of
d e a th of tw o of h e r g r a n d c h i l d r e n
P
h
iladelphia
a r r iv e d
r e c e n t ly to
w ho w e r e k ille d in a n a u to m o b il e
a c c id e n t
re c e n tly .
T h e c h il d r e n s p e n d aevera] d a y s v is itin g L o u is
w ere R u sse ll, a g e d 3, a n d
Milton I S a la d e a t th e Old S ta g e R o a d h o m e
a g ed 4 m o n t h s , song of
Mr.
and of Mrs. H. D. McC askey. Mr. A d a ir
Mrs Roy Neff.
a n d Mr. S a la d e w ere ro o m m a t e s
T h e a c c i d e n t o c c u re d
near
th e
d u r i n g t h e i r college d a y s a t C ornell.
B ra d e tic k d a i r y ra n c h , a few m iles
fro m Bend. Mr. a n d Mrs. N eff an d Mr. S a l a d e ’s so n , Billy, is als o v is it­
th e tw o c h il d r e n w e re ri d in g in th e in g his hom e fro m n e a r L os A ngeles
f r o n t s e a t o f t h e i r sed an w h e n it w h e r e he a t t e n d s school a t T h a c h e r .
w as s t r u c k in t h e r e a r by a
car
He p l a n s to r e m a in u n t i l E a s te r .
d riv e n by J o e H ln ce, fo r e m a n o f the
C e n t r a l O regon I r r i g a t i o n
d is tri c t.
N e ith e r of t h e d r i v e r * w ere in j u r e d .
Mrs. N eff w a s t a k e n to t h e P e n d
h o sp ita l s u f f e r i n g from b ru i s e s a n d
CHURCH O F C H R IST
sh o c k ; th e b a b y w as d e a d w hen
C lifton A. P h illip s. M i n u t e r
t a k e n fro m t h e c a r a n d R u sse l died
Bible School 1 0 :0 0 A M. followed
s h o r t l y a f t e r r e a c h i n g th e h o sp ita l.
H ln ce Is b e in g h e ld by t h e a u t h ­ w ith t h e C o m m u n io n a n d E a s t e r
W e a r e e x p e c tin g
201
o ritie s on a c h a r g e of m a n s l a u g h t e r . P r o g r a m .
Lois Neff. 1 0 -y ear-o ld d a u g h t e r p lu s p r e s e n t f o r t h e s e s erv ices. T h e
of Mr. a n d Mrs. N eff. Is s t a y in g w ith C h o ir will p r e s e n t tw o a n th e m a :
' E a s t e r M elody” a n d “ E a s t e r D a w n ” .
h e r g r a n d m o t h e r In th i s city.
T b e s e r m o n s u b j e c t “ S ince C h r is t Is
R ise n , W h a t ? " will s h o w sev en r e a ­
s o n s w hy It is i n f a l l i b l y t r u e t h a t
t h e r a will be a R e s u r r e c t i o n fro m
Mrs. C a s to r
Is going
to
t a k e T h e Dead.
j L e a th a , M arcta, W a y n e a n d
Mra.
Alt y o u n g people, a n d o l d e r fo lks
V in cen t to C a l i f o r n i a today.
w h o d e sire , a r e In v ited to th e
T h e S a la d e h o m e n e a r S even O aka C h u r c h a t 5 : 3 0 A M. t o a S u n ris e
b u r n e d d o w n W e d n e s d a y a f t e r n o o n P r a y e r m e e tin g .
a t 3 : 0 0 o'clock.
N obody w aa b u r '
C h r i s t i a n E n d e a v o r 7 : 0 0 P.M.
i In th e fire. T h e y t h o u g h t it s t a r t e d
T h e H ig h S chool class, will u n d e r
' from a s h o r t c i r c u i t In t h e l i g h t t h e d ire c tio n of C a rl H over, p r e ­
j wires.
e e n t a n E a a te r P la y e n t i t l e d : “ F r o m
T h e W illow S p r i n g s school w e n t D a rk n e a s to L i g h t ” a t 8 :0 0 P.M. a n d
I to t h e u n v e il in g o f t h e Old S t a g e t h e c h o i r will I n t e r s p e r s e t h e scen es
R oad m a r k e r T u e a d a y .
w ith E a s t e r m u sic, vocal a n d
In ­
R o la n d S m ith w as a b s e n t
W ed­ stru m en tal.
nesday.
C om e!
S pend t h i s G r e a t D ay In
T h e H ouse of T h e L o rd !
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P r a y e r a n d Bible S tu d y , W e d n e s ­
day 7 :3 0 P M
(Elfurrlìps |
W illow Springs Item s
T h e p r o g r a m by th e B lo la Male
C h o ir w as of su c h a n a t u r e th a t
m a n y will n e v e r fo r g e t th e in s p i r a ­
t i o n s received fro m su c h a m eetin g .
S a c re d s o n g s w e re given In s u c h •
t a l e n t e d m a n n e r t h a t t h e i r m usic
a n d m e i s a g e g will li n g e r f o r a lo ng
t i m e to com».
W ith in
t h e c h o ir
w e r e tw o q u a r t e t s a n d c o m b i n in g for
som e num bers they made
a
fine
o c te t.
H o w a r d L aw so n , t h e t r u m ­
pet so lo ist played w ith t h e s k ill of
a p r o f e s s i o n s list, a n d waa g r e a t ly
e n j o y e d by t h e m usic lo v e r s g a t h ­ *
•
e r e d th e r e .
Also vocal so lo ist, L e­
in nd W h l t t i k e r , w a s m u c h a p p r e c ­
S a ts r d s y , A p ril M
ia t e d fo r his n u m b e r s . T h e c o m b i n ­
E a s t e r a n d b i r t h d a y p a r t y a t Mra.
a ti o n s fro m th e c h o ir , a n d t b e c h o ir M A. A d a m s' b o rn e In th e a f t e r n o o n .
P s e l f . r a v e a v a r i e t y o f m u aic th a t
Aonday. A pril i n
m a d e t h e e v e n in g a
rare
muelcal
E a s t e r play by C a rl H o v e r at
treat.
C h r is ti a n C h u r c h , 7 : 3 0 P M.
T » « i l « j , A p ril 11
Mrs M A. A d a m s will e n t e r t a i n
S h a w n D a n c e r s a t H olly T h e a t r e ,
w ith a Jo in t b i r t h d a y a n d E a a te r
Medford
p a r t y , Mrs. E. E. S c o tt's class In
lY i(l» j, A p ril 14
h o n o r off W a n d * H e a th a n d K e n ­
G olden L in k C lass
P arty
w ith
n e th A d a m s ' b i r t h d a y s S a t u r d a y a f ­
ternoon.
A b o u t 3» m e m b e r* a r e Mr*. V e r a H a s t e n .
:
s
C alen d ar of
• C O M IN G E V E N T S :
e x p ected to be p re e e n t. A big b i r t h ­
d a y c a k e will be o o e o f th * m a t s a t ­
tritio n *
S u n d a y . A pril I t
L a t h r o p pea a t B ird s e y e
from 10 a m t o 7
ra
p.
hose
TH E FED ER A T E D CHCHCH
P h o n e (1
S ta n le y O. P a r t s h , P a sto r.
Bible School— 9 45 a. m.
M ornlng W o r t h l p — 1 1 :0 0 a. m
C h r is ti a n E n d e a v o r — 0 30 p. m
E v e n ln g S ervice— 7 : 3 0 p. m.
l a d i e s ' Bible Claaa— T u e e d a y at
2 :3 0 p. m
at
Prayer
M e e tin g — W e d n e s d a y
7 :3 0 p. m.
C h o ir P ra c tic e — W e d n ead ay at
0 :3 0 p- m.
T b e Ladle*' B e re e n
clas s p a rt y
will be th is c o m i n g T h u r s d a y .
All
la d ie s of t h e c h u r c h a n d onent* a r e
invited-