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CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON.
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Unite Couple Sunday
B y the Editor
THURSDAY, APRIL 27, IM »
Ju n k C ar
D erby W ill
C arry T h rill
To Be Given At
TAKEN BY BEATI,
WAS LONG ILL
At a quiet but impressive cere
Thank goodness, this paper in not
mony Sunday afternoon Wilma Mar
the only one whose linotype operat
jorie Caldwell, daughter of Mr. and !
All the public schools of Medford
or sometimes hits the wrong key on
Mrs W. M. Caldwell of Phoenix, be- j
are joining I d a fair to be given at
the machine and thereby causes ter
came the bride of Horace Root, son i
the Senior High till» afternoon and
rible pains to the person to whom
of Mr. L H Root of Central Point.
evening and tomorrow afternoon
the story refers. Witness the fol
Services were read by Reverend K | Sport lovers o f the Rogue River and evening.
lowing front the Sunday edition of
Work on the repairing of the F. McFarland in the Phoenix Pres- valley are promised a new set of
Della McJimsey, beloved local
• Southern Oregon's Leading Dally": shut-off gates on the water mains in byterian church and were attended thrills a week from next Sunday
The entire first floor of the Senior
(The capitals are ours.)
the north part of town is progress only by close friends and relatives, j when the stock car races are held high school will be devoted to fair resident, who had resided here for
"At a quiet but Impressive service ing rapidly. These gates were put The bride attired in an attractive I on the new Speedway now being exhibitions, practically every lower- the past 40 years and who was one
Saturday atternoon at 5:30 Kather in when the mains were laid some afternoon dress of teal blue crepe developed near Little Butte Creek floor room being utilized. Special of the few remaining pioneers of
ine Nave became the BRIDGE of twenty-five years ago and have been and a corsage of spring flowers was on the Elks’ Picnic Grounds road, music programs from all the schools Southern Oregon, passed away at her
Warren Liggett at the Sacred Heart covered over with dirt and never attended by her sister Era Mae Judging from reports from other will be presented throughout the , home here Monday, April 24. at
Catholic RECORTOY with Father used. Sand, sediment and rust have j Caldwell, Edison Crandall acted a* parts of the country wherr such two-day showings. Moving pictures ! 11:00 a m.
Mrs. McJimsey was born in Med-
settled in the lower portion of the best man.
events have been held, there should of school activities will be displayed
at various times during the eveulugs. ' aryvllle. Indiana, October 8, 1862.
■‘Attended only by close friends gates so that they cannot be closed. ! Immediately following the service be plenty of excitement for all.
and relatives COWS were taken and Superintendent Ford and Marshal a delightful reception wag held at
The event is being sponsored by Elaborate art displays will be ar where she spent her early life.
they left Immediately for Eugene. Hedgpetli are now at work removing
the home of the bride’s parents. Jim Daily and Howdy
Murray of ranged in the art room with special She was married to John H. Mc
diagrams accompanying each exhibi Jimsey In Jasper county, Indiana,
where they will make their homo. the covers of the gates and
Those attending the wedding and Medford who state that the new
The bride was attired in a black and i»g them up-
N tp tioi were Miss Eva May, Mr. ‘ Derby’* is open to all
owners of tion. Tbe high school band and or March 16, 1890. The couple came
white redingote with the dres* of
earlier. At chestra will assist in the musical West in 1899, directly to Jackson
While this work Is going on it will Edwin and l^ewis Caldwell, Mr. L. stock cars of 1930 or
black. Her accessories were white be necessary to shut off the water in 11. Root, father of th*» groom, Wil least one car from this city has al program.
county, where they have since re
and her lovely corsage completed different sections of the city and It liam, Root of Central Point, a broth ready been entered for the event.
Academic departments of the city sided.
the attractive BNSAMBLE.”
will pay all those living In the er of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Time trials will be held next Sun- schools will be equally well repre
She had many friends in this com
The above might well answer the northeastern part of town to draw Root of Grants Pass. Misses Wilma j day and anyone wishing to enter the sented in the many booths that will munity who will be saddened to hear
old question, "W hy editors leave off sufficient water each morning and Nellis Nipper of Phoenix, Mr race should get in touch with Messrs occupy all of the boys’ gymnasium. of her death. She bad been a mem
Displays of sciences, English, litera ber of the Baptist church for many
to last for several hours. Later the Edison Crandall and Mr. Harold Dally or Murray at once.
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ture, mathematics, history, languag years and was a member of the
work will start In other sections of Rhrinsburg of Medford. After the
es, and business courses, such as W.R.C. In this city.
We note that the states of Tenn town and the Marshal will notify reception Mr. and Mrs. Root return
shorthand, typing and bookkeeping
essee and Alabama are awakening all those affected so they can he ed to Central Point with Mr. Root's Achievement And
Mrs. McJimsey leaves to mourn
will be readily available to those in
father and rented his house for a
to the fact that they are going to prepared.
her passing her husband,
suffer an immense loss in taxes col
Parent Meet Held terested.
Mr. Ford has rigged up a special short time in order to lose their
daughter, Mrs. Ed Eldred of Eagle
lected when the present deal» are pumping outfit for this work which friends.
A vocational display from tho Point and several nieces and neph
The young couple will make their
completed and every one of the pre make the work much easier and also
shops of both Junior high and Senior
An achievement council and par high will take up a great part of the ews.
sent tax-paying, privately owned faster. While the men are cleaning home on the Van Dyke dairy where
Funeral services were held from
ents’ meeting will be held for the floor space. Sewing class work
utility companies in those states be and repairing the parts of the gates [ the groom is employed,
cubs of Pack No. 40, Central Point, from both Junior and Senior highs the Perl Funeral Home Wednesday
comes the property of Uncle Sam the pump takes all water out of tbe
afternoon at 2 o ’clock, with Rev.
at the Williamson home on Beall will likewise be exhibited.
and therefore tax-free. Here in hole. The outfit is also equipped
W. A. Dawes of the Baptist church,
Lane at four o ’clock Sunday after
Oregon we may find ourselves in the with a dynamo so can he used after Contests Coming
Several special features, such as a officiating.
Interment was In the
noon, April 30. This completes the
If the Bonneville dark whenever necessary. Besides
For Music Students work of the past year. Jack Holtner puppet show and school club ex local cemetery.
power Is to ever be used to capacity electricity for lights the plant
will take the rank of W olf Cub. Don hibits, will also be on the evening
It is going to be necessary for the furnishes power for hand drills,
program. There will be no admis
government to either purchase the grinders, etc.
A contest open to music students Bohnert and Donald Williamson sion charge. A special copy of the Bible Class To
properties of the power companies
throughout California, Oregon and
showing that they have completed high school paper and fair programs
now operating in this state, or to
Give Play Soon
Washington was announced recently their Tenderfoot
Scout require will be distributed to visitors. Cap
build parallel lines to distribute
>y .Mrs. Sigmund Stern, chairman of ments, and will be eligible for acity crowds are expected both even
that power. In either case the pow
the Recreation-Music Committee or scouting on reaching the age of
er companies would be put out of
The members of the Keystone
the game and of course would cease
Bible Class are busy practicing for
the California Commission to the
bing Is cordially invited to come and
a play that Is to be given In the
Let us be the first to give a Golden Gate International Exposi find out some of the things these
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very near future, In the High
friendly sign, to nod first, smile tion.
Right here in our own city nearly first, speak first, anti— If such a
The contest’s director will be the
one-fourth of the money which en thing is necessary—forgive first.—
"Absent Minded Professor’* is a
Little Joan Collins 1» »till in the
west's famed opera conductor, Gaet
ables the city to operate comes from Anon.
hospital in Portland and Improving royalty play that Is packed full of
G R A N G E N O TES
laxes paid by the California Oregon
very slowly. It is reported that she fun. It Is a story of Barnabus Daw
In other words,
kins who is an ardent believer of
Is very cheerful and happy.
There will be two classifications
Last meeting of Central Point
our city receives as her share of the
astrology. If not married by a cer
taxes paid by that company alone taking three or four pictures on one
Grange was held Friday, April 21.
You save 10% on all Eastman tain date he does not Inherit his
for vocalists. In any voice, open to
R. A. Settlemire was voted in as
nearly $2000 a year. Are we pre film.
at Ander's Studio with two father's fortune. Miss Melvina, a
pared to dig that amount up annual
students between the ages of 18 and a member.
servant who Is more like a member
We were very glad to have Mrs.
ly on top of what we now pay, or
Rockt'eller Jr. around here bid 26. The second will be for Instru
of the home is continually looking
Slack. State Juvenile Matron with
to try to nun our r'falrs without it? ding on Harold Pierce who took ho
out Tor the Interests of the family.
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much mineral oil whlle at the hos
Uncle Barney's two nelee* and their
A 5c and 10c drill was held, tha
boy friends try to get him married
Lack of rain this spring is caus pital that he Is floating in oil.
proceeds to be sent to West Point
students from any age up to 22.
ing much worry among the farmers
before the time is up.
Aunt Jessica, a haughty disdain
and stockraisers of the county.
Mrs. Lacy planning to buy a bi
Applications should ne directed to Grange at Coberg, Oregon, whoso
ful woman and her daughter Jose
While there seems to be plenty of cycle so she ran visit all her sick Mr. Merola, California Recreation hall was destroyed by fire.
Mr. Bralnerd gave a very interest
irrigation water stored in the hills friends.
Wednesday afternoon. All mem phine, just like her mother, do all
Building, Treasure Island, Calif. ing talk on their trip.
and reservoirs for ordinary years,
they can tQ make life miserable for
Visitors were present from Jack bers are urged to be present. Visit Uncle Harney and the girls. Esmer
yet with the extra demand which
Mrs. Adanvt inking a car load of Complete instructions will he sent
ing friends welcome. Mr. D. Davis
alda, thfi village widow who has
may come unless rain comes soon, grammar school children to the each applicant.
N'e^t meeting will be Friday, May of Medford will be the speaker Tor four times been married, adds much
there may be a shortage before fall. Music festival and on arriving home
Registrations must be postmarked
to the hilarity of tho play. The part
What with wars, and rumors of that evening, found that the hungry not later than midnight. May 31.
wars, taxes mounting continually children had eaten all the groceries
of the lawyer Is taken by Ernest
Regional contests will be held
from year to year, uncertainty on she had in the car and was taking
and Mrs. James Martins and little
Popular admission prices will be
the part of business which is hold h o m e for supper and breakfast In- during July a n d A u g u st, a n d fin als “ Amateur Hour”
daughter of Eumondton. Canada, charged with the usual reserve seat
ing up ordinary expansion, and eluding a loaf of bread without any in September at the Hull ° f the
Tomorrow Night spent Monday and Tuesday at the section. Watch for the announce
many other things of like character, butter.
Western States. Definite dates have
E. R. Gleason home.
ment of the date.
the outlook for thy year is none too
Milton Garett gravely explaining not been set.
Music, instrumental and vocal,
shoes for Spring at
to the Navy recruiting officer that
First prize winners will be given tap dances, skits and a one-act play,
Church Night To
We hear that the school board has a fellow has to be darnd near per a paid appearance on Treasure Is are in readiness to furnish an even Faber’s.
lx-en notified by PWA that no funds
Be Held Tuesday
land at $1U0 each. Promising art ing of excellent entertainment In the
Faye Cassman of this city won a
will be forthcoming this year for
Amateur Hour program to be given
Friday evening, under direction of
that gymnasium for which the peo
Bill Abbott being a shrinking
typing at a contest Tor all "B "
Church night at the Christian
ple voted last fall. Which seems violet and declaring the the P. O. auditions, as well.
the speech department of the hi*!1 schools
In the county held at Church will be Tuesday night.
just as well, under all the circum dep't is the most efficient dep’t of
Everyone come and bring a covered
Talent ha* been secured from the
the government. And in a still more
dish and their own service. The
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local community as well as from
modest moment claiming that Cen Miss Arlene Inman
Jack and Jim Lees write their men's class have prepared a program
grade and high school students.
We admit to a quiet laugh at a tral Point would really have an ex
folks that they are on their way to
Married at Reno
A one-act play of some length will the Pacific coast with the fleet. Jim and if It Is as good as the last two
report of a certain county hack East cellent soft hall team it he Is allowed
have been. It will be well worth see
he given by a cast consisting of How
where nearly every member of the to play.
was on leave In New York when the ing. Good attendance has been out
Democrtic connty central committee
! Miss Arlene Inmann became the
sailing orders came and was left be to these church night which take
Captain Peirce rescuing two_love j brlde of Fred H Coffman of Klam Faye Cassman.
hastened to resign their office in
hind, along with about 75 other place the first Tuesday of every
order to be permitted to stay on the birds (and we do mean BIRDS) ath Falls Saturday April 27 at Reno,
sailors. However, they were rushed month.
WPA rolls, it seems that under * from a predatory’ feline, stubbing Neveda. Miss Inmann Is well
to Norfolk by bus, stopping a few
recent ruling no one holding a poll- j his toe and being more profane than known here and is the daughter of Drug Store.
hours In Washington, In time to
WHAT I'lUCK PEACE
tlcal office is to be allowed to stay any such situation requires, and Mrs. P. A. Tracy and a graduate of
sail with their ship. Both boys hope
then adding that he could have been of the Central Point high school.
They asked a high British official
Public in Favor
arrested for what he thought.
the other day when he thought peace
Mr. Coffman Is a graduate of the
when they get back to the coast.
would come to Europe.
Yreka High school. Elbert Robert
Change in Law
D. A . V . Auxiliary
He replied, “ When Franco's wid
Dlminuitlve Maxine Ayres have- son of Klamath Fall* accompanied
Have your favorite picture en
ow, at the deathbed of Stalin, re
ing to put thick books on her chair them to Reno.
To Stage Party ao she can reach her typewriter.
Mrs. Tracy received a telegram
polls indicate a Quality unaurpassed and prices you ceives word that Hitler killed him
self at Mussolini's funeral."— The
from the happy couple Saturday widespread belief that there should can’t resist.
The Ladle* Auxiliary of the D.A.V | Skip Smith In deep thought, evening. They will make their home be an Immediate change In our
will sponsor a benefit pinochle and . trying to think of some way to get In Klamath Falls where the groom labor legislation in general, and In
Mr. Preston Parson of Klamath
Chinese Checker party at the M*d- I *ome people out to watch a Melford has work in the Fluhrer’s Bakery. the Wagner Act in particular.
Falls visited his slater Mrs. Mathes
ford Armory Tuesday evening at 1 troop of scouts take the prized "One The American joins their many
and family this week. Mr. Parson,
| Eyed Eagle” , away from the Central friends In all good wishes.
ment of organized labor that It, too. Mr. and Mrs. Mathes and daughter
Refreshments will be served and i Point troup. That bird is worth
Patricia and nelce Wanda Banson
CHURCH OK CHRIST
arrived at that point of velw. motored to Grants Pass and enjoyed
the general public Is Invited
Clifton A. Phillips. Minister
Top exerutlvea of the A. F. of L.. dinner with Cam Brown and family.
Bible School 10:00 A.M. Roland
for example, have publicly and per John Winfrey and wife were also
An honor roll student taking a
We have called attention many
guests at the Brown home. Mr. Hover, Supt.
lot of razzing over her report card time* to the fact that a newspaper
Mathes, the Browns and Winfreys
Communion and Preaching 11-00
which she lost and which Mr. Stone Is an asset to any community. Take ner Act, and have likewise urged a were friends 35 years ago. Mr. Win A.M
Special music by Choir. Ser
Wins High Score displayed
for a time in his drug the newspaper out of the community curb on the authority of the Nation frey had Mr. Mathe* ride the goat mon subject "What The Disciples
store. The student no»- having a and it leaves a gap that is hard to al I^abor Relations Board, which when he joined the Woodmen when Did During Tho Forty Days.”
C. R. Jester, state inspector of the hard time making folks think she fill. The more effort that Is put
he was 21 years old.
Christian Endeavor 7:00 P.M.
Department of Agriculture,
this lost the card In the first place
into a paper the bigger the place it
Evangelistic Servlc* 8:00 P.M.
week made a thorough inspection of
The crux of the matter seems to
fills. It tells of your sorrows and
Special Surprise musical number.
Faber's Market and found every
5 Don’t miss It. Sermon subject "Our
The badminton club suffered a Joys; boosts for every enterprise be that the Wagner Act, being a
thing in the very best of condition. lack of attendance Monday night that will be of benefit to its readers; purely experimental plec« of legis
Lord's Authority and Power.'*
After going through the store from becan** of the Teacher* Chorus. We announce* the activities of the
Prayer and Bible Study Wednes
front to back. Including the meat de missed the little ladles very much.
churches, school and lodges; lets Its
i C O M IN G E V E N T S i day 7:3ft P.M. The Pastor will lead
partment, Mr. Jester gave the store
readers know what the merchants vented the desires and purposes of > • • • •' •
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those who wrote the Mil. The pri
a grade of "A ” , which is the high
Yon are Invited to Church Night
The Jewett family was in proud have to sell.
est rating a atore may receive.
A newspaper cannot operate with mary purposes were to bring about
Friday, April 9ft
Tuesday at ft:30 P.M. Bring bask
possesion of a downey duck. Its
Everett Faber, proprietor. Is na Name? Donald, of course! We use out money. It is supported mostly
"Amateur Hour" High School et lunch and come! The men are
labor peace, to protect the workman
turally proud of the standing of his the past tense on account of Donald by the business men of the town.
Auditorium at 8:00 P M.
giving the program.
iblishment and the city may also I didn't stay long mn<h to the dl«m»' Is It worth enough to you to have i a**,n*t
Medford All-School Fair at Med
Como! Let us worship!
.ve-l he proud that we have stores , of
ftf everyone , ho kn„ w Donald, o ri a paper here to put you’ self out en and to create general amity In ford Senior High school. The time
ough to walk an extra block and worker-employer relations. In act will be from 1:00 P.M to 5:00 P M
knew of hint.
THK EKDERATm r n O M H
drop In and pay for it?
ual practice, the act has encouraged and from 7:00 P M. to 10:00 P M.
Some of our readers ?re very
K a tu n la y , A p r il 2 0
Students in the biology class prompt about thla, and we apprec the labor racketeer, has created , new
W A R N IN G
Stanley O. Pariah, Paator.
W R C All-day m e e tin g at Gold
hearing the report that their teach iate It But some of you are a little a n d costly w a r f a r e b o th In side la b o r m u
Bible School— 0:45 a. m.
the coast to bring careless and neglect or put It off. groups and between labor and
I wish to call attention to the er had gone
Tut-mlny, May 2
Morning Worship— 11:00 a. m.
fact that dogs are not allowed to
Whenever you drop In at the office management, and has disregarded 1 Church Night at Christian Church
Christian Endeavor— ft:30 p m
run loose during the month* of to study, with much dismay. Some and P»y your subscription It saves
basic rights of the employer. The •tartlng at * 30 PM
April. May and June. On account
ns taking the time to call on you
D A V Auxiliary— Pinochle ami j Evening Servlcn— 7:10 p. m.
i.l) 1 11 bet he can t draw any of j and
that much more time to Labor Relation* Board in many in Chinese Checker party 8 3o P.M. at
1*dies' Bible Class— Tuesday
of t h e many complaint* which have
things he makes
. Medford Armory.
come to me. warning la hereby given
put Into the effort to make * more stances haa acted as both judge and ^
3:30 p. m.
that I shall arrest any dog owner j
proaecutor, making long and coatljrj
Past Noble Grand Club meeting
Prayer Meeting— Wednesday
found allowing their dog to run at ; Mr. Purkeyplle watering his lawn
We appreciate all news copy sent litigation In th* court* neceeaary to ** Mrs. ^ ' i n c e n t home.
7:30 p. m.
large either night or day
while raindrops, as hig as saucers, In and are glad to print lodge newt
W edn esday, May A
Choir Practice — Wedneeday
I fall. Three drops fell right In Mr. and notice#, parti*« and othar new. obu ,n common jnitlct for aggrelved
Civic Club meeting 2:00 P.M. at
o f internst.
1:10 p. m.
CITY WATER lilN S
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