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About The Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1936-195? | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1939)
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VKH.SE FOR THE WEEK
The Lord «hall fight for you. and
ye shall hold your peace.— Ex 14:14
Mr. and Mr». Sunday and family
of Lamar, Colorado, are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Homer after
having taken in the San Francisco
Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Homer accom
panied them Wednesday morniug
thru the Wllliamette valley to Port
land and will travel over the Colum
bia River highway before returning
here Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday's eight year old son had the
misfortune to break tls arm and
was unable to travel with them. The
doctor think that the jar of travel
ing might be bad for the break so
he is staying at the Homer home
during their absence.
Central Point Lodge
A. F. & A. M.
Harold Head, W. M.
J. E. Vincent, Seay.
X. O. O. F. 193
Noble Grand, Theo. A. Glass
Sec. J. E. Vincent
Meets each Monday evening at liail
DRESS MAKING, tailoring, altera
tions, buttons and buckle» cover
ed, fur remodeling, cleaning and
glazing. Style Shoppe, 19 North
WANTED— To care for Elderly or
sick people iu my home. Mrs.
Clara Waldron, 251 Beatty St.,
Medford. Call 911-J.
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
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The service at the Federated
Church will be in charge of the men
this coming Sunday as the pastor.
Rev. Stanley Parrish, is taking his
the sick list for a number of weeks,
is confined to her bed. Mrs. Musty
stayed with them Tuesday night and
B! care for Mr. and Mrs. Woods
until other arrangements are made.
Mrs. Clara Farra, who has been
A new line boys' trousers 69c at suffering from an attack of flu for
two weeks, 1» Improving.
The eighth grade presenting their
Kd Vincent seen going into Ethel
teacher wkh a prtty box of candy
Beauty shop, for a wave we suppose
and finding that the Hick wouldn't
work at all.
ing rain notify Bert Hedgepeth and
Four o f the wore stalwart teach
h„ will dig up the street, which
ers braving the cold of Diamond
never falls to bring It.
lake while angling for the wary
John Ross going fishing and trout and coming hack to Central
shooting the head off a 14 rattle Point with fish— and chills which
rattle-snake with a sling shot. He they report they will never get over.
also stood out In front of Ross and
Ross and shot the stove pipe on the TRADE AT HOME—
lVart blacksmith shop. Some shot.
Every party living In Central
Point should support their home
Mr. Moore saying that if the town merchant. Just stop and think
ladles expect him to water the park about It . If it 1» a product that you
they would have to furnish a rock can not buy In Central Point by all
ing chair, now h<* ray« "never mind” means go to Medford for It. We
I'll just stretch nut «n one of Peris are for Medford 100% . But if you
haven't tried to buy what you need
In Central Point, try first at home.
George Ford modestly
Count your time and cost of trans
half the credit for the recent million
portation both ways. When you
dollar rains, then generously giving
•pend a dollar In Central Point It
the hay farmer the other half.
enables the merchant to carry a
line of merchandise and a cer
Joe Collins grinning delightedly
on learning that he Is the uncle of tain amount of every dollar comes
back to Central Tolnt in public Im
a brand new baby boy.
Doc Davis' hoy sotting out to eat streets, etc. Aside from the amount
all of the ice cream he could hold
and discovering that the last portion
wasn’t nearly as good as the first.
Archie Parker leaning on a hoe
handle and gazing skyward, mental
ly deploring the downright cussed- g
ness of Oregon weather in the g
The W.R.C. enjoyed a very nice
meeting last Saturday. Next meet
ing will be in honor of those having
birthdays in this past quarter. A
dish luncheon will be
Orville Castor daubing pretty pink Jj
served. Every one Is to bring a paint on a green motor boat— the ^
covered dish, except the honor result no doubt will cause the Rogue g
guests. Gold Hill corps has been In River fishes to rise up and rebel.
vited to attend.
Miss Pastorlno telling a really' J
Don't fail to stop at the Economy TRUE fish story amid
Clothing Shop, 145 N. Front, Med howls of her listeners. On finding , ■
Mrs. Fry .who has been visiting ford. Closing out sale on men’s ONE attentive listener, telling the
her neice Mrs. Frank Lawrence, left suits, coats, women’s and children’s story all over again annd receiving
Tuesday morning for San Francisco. clothes at very reasonable price.
the comment, “ Well, it was a good
With the help of some of his story, anyway.”
•Mrs. Clara Farra’a neice Anna
neighbors, who presented him with
neice Anna Dean from Oakland this
Little Howard Wealty proudly
a beautiful birthday cake, John H.
Dean from Oakland arrived today
McJlmsey, one of the best known displaying the certificate he earned m
for a visit.
and liked residents of this city, for writing and looking quite crest ■
celebrated his 83rd birthday Tues fallen when he discovered that his ■
Mr. Scott Darby teporta he sold day. Mr. McJlmsey Is one of the name had been misspelled.
another car Tuesday to a Klamath
few remaining pre-boomday resid
One little girl complaining woe
ents of this city, having come here
fully that she hadn’t passed and
from Indlana in 1899. He spent
Mesdumts Arnold Bohnert, Hol
that when she got home would get
most of his life setting tile for drain
spanked and wouldn’ t get any quar Jj
land, Holt, Gandee and Mr. Gandee
ing purpose» and say» he probably
ter, either, but adding hopefully that
attended the 8th grade picnic at the
has traveled as far as across the con
Mama was going to see if she could
Jackson Hot Spring» Friday. All
tinent on his knees in the bottom
report a jolly time.
n’t help her out some.
of a ditch.
James H. Flaharty arrived Sunday-
night for an over-night visit with his
parents, the first visit he had made
for over two years. Mr. Flaharty
is private chauffeur for Major Gen
eral Bowles at the Presido. He
brought Major General Bowles and
Mrs. Bowles to Medford where they
stay all night Sunday. They con
tinued on the way t0 Fort Lewis,
Washington, Monday morning.
A M O uai
Mr. Donald Faber of Albany Col
Among those at Di/tnoud Lake
lege, Portland, will attend the for the opening of the fishing sea-
Southern California University this son were Professor 11. P. Jewett, R.
(summer after tbe cloae of the col- j H. Gandee, James Harrison and
lege June 6th. Mr. Faber and wife Robert Webb. They report good
will visit hi» parents here on his catches but rather cold weather,
way to Los Angele». His sister, Miss road* were very good. From var
Frances Faber, will accompany them ious talk going on here and in Med
to Berkeley where she will attend ford the fact that Andy Devine and
California University summer school. wife of radio fame were at the lake
Miss Faber has completed her terra was of as much Interest as the fish
of school teaching at Vernonia.
ing to part of the visitors. Mr.
and Mrs. Devine were very friendly
Mrs. Green has been sick with the and chatted with the fishermen.
flu but i» better at this time.
Mr. and Mrs J. D. Culbertson with
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Yost, accom' their son Cecil and family and
panted by Mrs. Flltcroft, left Friday other friends spent Sunday picnic-
for Coqullle, where Mrs. (litcroft lng on Rogue River
visited relatives. Chester Flltcroft
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Tex and Post
accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Yost to
Marshfield and other coast points. master and Mrs. Tom aPnkey mo
They returned home Sunday even tored to Wlmer Sunday and brought
ing. Dickie Yost stay with his borne some Azelias both plant» and
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Yost dur blossoms.
ing his parent's absence.
Mrs. J. C. Woods, who has been on
Sugar Pine Shakes at Faber's.
Cecil Cochran is visiting his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cochran.
Mr. Cochran is employed by an oil
company in southern California.
During his visit here he 1« enjoying
fishing and visiting old friends and
relatives. Also he is assisting his
father and mother, his mother being
po pn t
»So w h a t? -
-Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Shell accom-
panlel Mr. Okerman to Hoqulam
Water wwhen frozen becomes <*
Springs Sunday. They report a very
Man's capabilities have never
cake of Ice
WANTED— Ambitious students (or enjoyable trip, returning home *>7 been measured: nor are we to judge
Food when placed In your Ice box
what he can do by any precedents,
residence and home study coure* Gold Hill and the Stage road.
in business training that turn
so little has been tried.— Thoreau.
food becomes something to
spare time into earning time.
make your »mile
Medford Business College OWN.
John Perl overheard promising
A smile Is always very becoming
certain ladies that his wife would be
to your face.
at a certain tea if he had to break
Vestal attended graduation exercises
YOU SAVE 10% on all Kodak Film, at Talent. Standing room was at
also Kodaks and movie cameras. a premium. The room was a bowel might stay at home and spray.
Free developing, free enlargement of flowers.
Mrs. Tharp'» sister
Katherine Fry wishing that she
prints as low as 2c each. 7-hour Mary graduated.
could go on a trip, adding hastily.
service. Anders' Studio.
G. M . M ORRIS
The ladies of the Federated "to the coast, or somewhere,” lest
FOR RENT— Three room furnished
Also Hales at Damon'» (W e
apartment with private bath and Church were finishing kalsomining
journeys to Grants Pass.
entrance. Electric range, screen the elm ri b Wednesday.
ed porch, vacant June 1. Light
and water paid— 317.50. Inquire
at this office or phone 601 for ap
Due to school activities no scout
H A H N M O T O R ’S
meeting was held this week.
Repair Shop— Acetylene Welding
girl» io to 16 years planning on at
'28 Essex Sedan ......
319.00 tending Scout Day Camp next week
'28 Ford Coupe ....
339 09 call at Mrs. Cassman's after 5:00
' 2 8 Chevroelt Coupe
....... 349.00 o'clock Friday or Saturday for parti
Commercial and Domestic
'29 Durant Sedan
'26 Cadillac Sedan
'29 Erskine Sedan
'29 Ford Roadster
'29 Pontiac 6-whcel Coupe
JOINED THE B E R K S H I R E
'29 Ford Tudor .................. $99.00
'29 Durant Coupe
'30 Ford Roadster
CLUB I ”
'33 Chevrolet Coupe
'37 Ford Coupe
25 South Riverside
SYSTEMS — a
type for every condition. Repairs
and servie« free. Ail makes— E.
R. White. Sales Engineer .Phon«
JU Y your colored fryers, alive or
dressed at 807 Hazel St., Central
FIELD SPRINKLER Irrigation sys
tem give better results with less
water— »ce E. R. White, sales
Engineer, Phone 263, Medford.
IF WANTING to buy or sell
Fatate. See L. O. Plckell.
PINE 9L4IW. per load
PLAYER HLOX, p.T taM
' BRUY H R , »I «*«>, tier
Central Point Fuel
"M E, TOO I THESE FREE
ARE GRAND I ”
Hrre'» tome joyful arithmetic for
Start with your bee Membership
Card. As you chouse your stockings,
your Berkshire .leaser wil. add to this
Card the record et year purchases.The
resuit* After you have bought i t pain,
wewi! give vou a pair of »ERK3HIRE
*TO< RING! ABSOLt'TILY TRit
For tha profitable dividend, jom *#•/
O N E -D A Y SPECIAL
Friday, May 26
FINGER WAVE <Di> ) ;UV
FINGER WAVE (Wet) -¿v
‘Quality Groceries at A
H am burger
ALL GOOD MEAT
THEY ARK FRESH
: s h
Extra Large ones -a Ibw. 83c
FREMII— EXTRA QUALITY
BRING Y O l'R CONTAINER
Swift'»— Oregon— Morning
Hot weather clothing at Faber's.
Hydrogen and oxygen when united
All members of the W.R.C. are
requested to meet at the hall Tues.
day, May 30 between 9 and 9:3«
o'clock to go to the cemetery to de
corate the soldier graves
MRS. ELSIE ALEXANDER
Teacher of Guitar
Private and Class— 106 Almond St.
THURSDAY, MAY 83,1 Mg
they spend on Improving theif 0* D
property, which adds to the valu, o[
all property In our town.
Let all work and boost for Cen
tral Point. The business men of
Central PoKt are always re»dy t0
help everything that 1» for the bet-
terment of our community. Let ui
give them our undivided support.
READY FOR CANNING
Give us your Order
It-» time to drain the rust-preventing anti-freeze that has
protected your car all winter. Let us do it for you and in-
a corrosion preventive which will kee pthe cooling
ttys tern clean and rust-free all summer.
must be kept clean to keep the engine from overheating;
L IC E N S E D P L U M B E R
Central Point Hardware
M O W E R S , R A K E S BINDERS
The Tire with tbe New S A F E T Y -L O C K
C O M B IN ES, TH R ESH ER S
Full complete line of McCormick-Deering
CORD B O D Y and New G E A R -G R IP
tuWev on any road. m any weather, |n any car
equipped with the new lire »to n e ch am pion T ire».
Farm Implements and Repairs
See us before buying
Don't forget the old , reliable
FACTORY specified lubrication
A L W A Y S on tbe job
ALEXAN D ER
Implement C o ...
< x n t r a l
p o in t
lour aphol.f«-rlnf vacuumed with »he Bean
a s s o c ia t e d s e r v ic e
L. C. G R IM E S