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About The Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1936-195? | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1939)
T h u r s d a y , m a y
CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN.
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
Central Point Captures
Division Baseball Title
Witu 23 errors in this game the the summer time? lam not worrying smoke the bay over at terrific speed
prospect for a win over Jackson about the younger kids for nearly and have good control at the same
ville was anything but bright. It all of them belong to Cub packs and time. The way he forged the ball
seems it is darkest just before the they all will be under good leader- over has made me griu all over the
The Central Point high school dawn because a fighting Pointer
ship. But what about the little country for i have a sneaking hunch
baseball team lost the county team came back after a 0-8 defeat at
kids who are over the age that the opposing batters are going
championshiy to Eagle point last the end of the third Inning and
limit for cubbing? We should do to Hud it pleuty bard to ‘ hit him.
night In a fast game at the Med powered out a 12-8 victory behind
something about it. There ir e Why, the other day, he threw the
ford grounds by a score of 2 to l. the pitching of Clyde Lees who has
some people »h o say that to start a ball so hard at me that 1 was not
With four straight wins to their tamed iu a masterful season being
club for those boys we will have to ( ready to catch it with the result that
credit, the Pointers had won the credited with 5 wins and no losses.
hire an experienced man to take j the hall smashed through the strong
championship of their division and By this win the Pointers earned the
care of the boys. It is true about ; garage door and busted It wide open,
the game last night was to settle right to pl»y Eagie Point Wednes
that, but there are some youug men I Good thing my hand was not on it
the championship of the entire day. May 24 for the county champ
will gladly take charge of the for probably it would have don«
outfit at no charge and I am one of serious damage to my hand.
Getting off to a flying start
As a final warm-up game for the those men who will do anything to
Central Point • blasted St. Mary's championship battle the Pointer« help those kids.
I like kids and iVlixup Over Names
flying start C. P. blasted St. Mary's lost a close 1-3 decision to the like to see them get on the right
Plagues Local Man
from their path winning an 8-6 de Grants Pass Cavemen.
path by clean living and sportsman
cision. The Gold Hill Beavers prov
Coach Hulhurt has worked up a ship. But 1 am not going to start
A number of weeks ago when R-
ed to be a tougher combination but fine baseball team as can be shown anything unless all of you will get
Moore received word from
the Pointers solved the problem by their record of 8 wins and 2 | together and do something about Sheriff Brown to come and see him
and came home with a 3-1 win. The losses for a .800 percentage.
that and I will really do something Mr. Moore was somewhat mystified
second game with St. Mary's was
The los sof Clyde Lees by gradna- to aid your cause. Cooperation on as always before when he was want
coining up and the inspired C. P. t tion will be felt and the removal of your part and on mine will make ed by the sheriff if the sheriff
come himself he sent n
team played bang up ball to take Norman Hansen by the same route. summer a pleasant time for the couldn't
deputy so Mr. Moore says. Anyway
an 11-1 victory. With their division They are the only members of the youth of Central Point.
he went to Medford and called on
championship safely tucked away squad who will not be back for far
the Pointers turned their attention ther competition.
To make a long story short we
What about a softball league for
to the coming Gold Hill tilt and
the kids of this town? I believe will go back a few weeks before
this summons from the Sheriff.
after overcoming an early lead
there are enough kids in this town Some very close friends of Mr. and
ran up a 5-2 win to cop the divis
to start a six team league. Let Mrs. Moore had moved to California
Team Oragnized every business men in town put in and owning property here, had
ion title with 4 straight decisions.
In two "B " contest the future
at least 20 or 25 cents, which will written to Mr. Moore to inquire
After three long weeks of work- .
, . .
. about their taxes. Bat the pen did
Pointer teams showed their class by
be ample to buy a doien softball and no, w()rkjust li(!ht an(1
winning two grames from Medford out.s the softball team known as bats. Then have ail players come Moore looked like R. C. Moore. The
, Faber's has been formed, managed
Junior high 11-6 and 7-3.
and try out and then through care letter lay In the local postoffice for
In a warm up game for the Jack by Kenneth Powell. The team will ful picking in order to start evenly nmny a w-eary day, while the Calif
sonville contest, the Pointer aggree- play in the Medford league and as matched six teams. Then start the ornia friend« worried and wondered
why they received no answer to
sion traveled to Grants Pass and re i to what league they will play on league games three nights a week. their letter. About this time they
ceived an 11-0 shellacking at the
Make the league last S weeks. And picked up a San Francisco paper and
hands of the rampaging cavemen. elimination series 1» over.
if w> could figure out a suitable saw a long story where Mrs. Robert
In the first elimination game last pri 2 e for first and second prize. H. Moore's mother had died in
night Faber's team lost to Copco You may rest assured that all kids England and left $ 11 . 000,000 to
16-0. There were too many errors in town will be battling for a posi Mrs. Moore and her three half-sis
ters. Mr. Moore's friends in San
committed by the Faber's players tion on the team. And as to the Francisco decided that Mr. and Mrs.
who seemed to be unable to hit at
Moore had left to see about this
— all. There will be a few minor managing of the teams, I can get fortune. They sent a telegram to
some players on the Faber team to
ACTO HKPA1B SHOPS
change tomorrow night in the line take charge and run the teams. The Sheriff Brown and asked him to
find out where Mr. Moore was, if
JACK LEEB’ GARAGE
game could be started at 5:30 p.m. possible, hence the summons. Now
Tomorrow night at 6:30 sharp the and lasted til the game is over. In It was requested that If we printed
Faber's team will tangle with stead of a regular seven inning this story we were to make It very
plain that it was not the local Mrs.
For a smooth shave and quick
Teamster« at Medford High school game, the innings should be limited Robert Moore but another one that
on the baseball field. All people of t0 5 innings because of their youth received all this money. We would
Go to the
this town are urged to see the game fulness. Too much games can ruin be delighted to have anyone think
that we had a few thousands let
SQUARE DEAL, BARBER SHOP and pull for the team.
the kids. What says you?
W. A. Shell, prop.
Next Wednesday night Faber’s
The °ther Mrs. Robert H. Moore
This week starts the elimination must have resembled the local
will again play against Elks at the
___ BEAUTY P A R L O R S ____
same time and the same place and series at the Medford high school Mrs. Robert H Moore, for she visit
CENTRAL POINT BEAUTY SALON on Friday, June 2, they will tangle field in which Faber's team will be ed with friends for three days and
Shampoo, Finger Wave, Manicure
playing. The purpose o f this eli never let them know that she had
____________ Permanents _____
inherited this fortune.
is to decide which of the
Manager Powell states that he ig
completely satisfied with the team,
SONOMA VALLEY CHEESE
though he says that there may be league. I nm not in favor of play
soipe change before the season is ing on Class A as l believe our team
On North Pac. Highway
A U T O LO AN S
over. Bil Landers will be the start is not ready to play on the higher
ing pitcher in all of the games and bracket as some of the players have
young Wilbur Johnstone will be
ROSS & ROSS
make me sure as to their ability.
Candy— Tobbaco— Fishing Tackl-
held for reserve.
Old Bill Landers is beginning to
Stato License No. M-184.
W. E. ALEXANDER
By K. D. P.
It is hard for me to realize that
school will be out tomorrow. And
things will be kinda quiet around
here as no longer will young boys
and girls come trooping by our
windows where I usually wave hello
at them. The hardest of all is that
n0 longer will I see the seniors
come by, but next year the new
seniors will be walking by and as
usual 1 will be waving at them.
Next to Poetofflce.
FABER S MARKET
A Good Plaoe to Trade
W. E. ALEXANDER
RAW LEIGH PRODUCTS
EDWARD W. JONES
General Petroleum Products
L. C. Grime«
August W . Glutsch
Dr. C. W . Lemery
Dortor of Optometry
Successor to I)r. Jnd Rlckert
Specialist In all problems of
eye romfort and vision
217 Fluhrer Bldg.
(Huccesnor to Dr. J. J. Emmens)
204 Medford Bldg.
I radice limited to eye, car. owe.
and thron, and fitting of glasse
rei 3 «?
Rea. Ill lit
NOTICE OF STREET AND ALLEY
NOTICE is hereby given that the
City Council of Central Point, Ore-
gou, did on the 1st of May, 1933,
by a proper Resolution initiate pro
ceedings t0 vacate the following
described street and alley situated
in Central Point, Oregon, to-wit:
All that part of Fifth Street
in the Original Townsite of the
City of Central Point, Jackson
County, Oregon, sixty feet wide,
lying between Block 30 and
Block 35 of said Original Town-
site, aud extending Southerly
from the intersection of Cedar
Street to the West line of the
Constaut Addition to the said
Also the Alley In Block 30
in said Original Townsite, ex
tending from Fourth Street
Easterly to the above mention
ed portion of Fifth Street lying
along the East side of said
Block 30; all as shown by the
plat of the Original Towuslte
of said City of Central Point,
Jaeksuti County, Oregon, now of
aud fixed June 5, 1030, at S:00 j
o'clock P.M. iu the City Hall iu Cen
tral Point, Oregon, as the time and
place for hearing of any objection
or remonstrance which may be made
in writing utid filed with the City
Recorder of Central Point, Oregon,
prior to the time of the hearing.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set my hand this 2nd day
of May, 1030, in Central Point, Ore
45— May 4, 11. 18, 25
as the time in the County Court
room In the County Court House in
Medford, Oregon ns the hearing of
said final account and settlement
and allowance of the same.
All persons Interested in said
estate are hereby notified to pre
sent their objections. If any they
have, to said final account or to any
item or part thereof on or before
said date, to-wit; June 16, 1939.
W O. TRILL.
24— May 18, 25. June 1. 8
GEORGE O’ BRIEN iu
“ Lawless V alley”
Plus Episode 13
“ Valley O f
Waytip Morris— Claire Trevor
JANE WITHERS in
“ Keep Smiling”
Richard Dix— Chester Morris
“ Sky Giant”
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned administrator of the
estate of Nick Struve, deceased, has
filed his final account of said ad
ministration of said estate with the
Clerk of the County Court of Jack-
son County, Oregon, and the said
Court has fixed Friday, the 16th day
of June, 1939 at the hour of ten
o'clock in the forenoon of said day
City Cabinet Shop
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Give a PERMANENT U t t
MOTHER'S DAY or GRADUATION
The worst of all is that with the
comihg summer vacation for the
school kids, what are they doing to
d0 this summer? Can any of you
devise a method of keeping them
busy at playing or at work and keep
them happy and contented during
Cameo Beauty Salon
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Price includes plain Coats & Plain Dresses
Acme Cleaners & Dyers
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D A N C E
with GLEN HAMILTON
and his band
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One idmiwiion In both Halls
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Orla Crawford, Assistant M asapr
A. R Pnehner, Assistant Manager
A. W . W ALKER
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