The Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1936-195?, August 23, 1956, Page 6, Image 6

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Friends, Guests
Visit at Homes
In Willow Springs
By Mrs. Robert Nagle
Mrs. Bernard Parent went to
Klamath Falls, Tuesday. Mrs.
Parent visited with Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Holler. Mr. Parent attend­
ed the 4-H and FFA auction
sales of Klamath Falls Junior
fair. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Par­
ent went to Crescent City Sun­
day. Mr. Clark arid Mr. Clee
Haynes were recent guests at
the Parent home. Haynes is
Mrs. Parent’s brother.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weiss and
Mr. and Mrs. Don McCulloch and
son, Steven, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Lees and children of Cres­
cent City over the weekend.
While there they visited the
beach, the weather was fair.
Mrs. Lees and Mrs. McCulloch
are the daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Weiss.
Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts and
family were recent guests at the
Glen Ward home.
Weekend guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Hallet were her
son, Donald Frazier and his two
sons. Dale and Larry, of Adin,
Calif. Also visiting the Hallets
were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Hasen of Medford. Hasen is Mr.
Hallets niece, Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. Bailey of Klamath Falls. Mr.
and Mrs. H. L. Gunter of Med­
Mrs. Olive Blackford jsst re­
turned from a two weeks visit
with her daughter-in-law and
family Mr. and Mrs. West Bag-
ley and children Sharon and
Milton of Happy Camp, Calif.
She also visited with her broth­
er, Mr. Joe Collier of Weed,
Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Schockey
and children of Klamath Falls
were overnight guests at Jack
Bezoffs home Friday. Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Arnett and childen,
Sharon and Raymond of Redding
were Saturday and
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack .
Bezoff. Mr. Arnett is Mrs. Bez-
off’s brother. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Bezoff and children and Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Arnett and children
spent uSnday at Tou Velle park
and they also visited KBES tele­
vision studio in Medford.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nagle
nnd children spent Sunday at
the Lake of the Woods where
they met her parents and family
Mr. and Mrs. Amil Nelson, Mr.
and Mrs. Louise Magallanes and
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bennett and
daughter Patty, all of Klamath
Falls. Mrs. Magallanes and Mrs.
Bennett are sisters of Mrs. Nagle.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger von der
Hellen went to Portland on a
business trip Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hammond
Demo Candidate
Adlai Stevenson of Illinois
won the Democratic party
nomination as its presidential
candidate during the conven­
tion held last week in Chicago.
Stevenson won the nomination
on the first ballot. His running
mate as vice presidental cand­
idate is Senator Estes Kefauver
of Tennessee.
and children attended the Ore­
gon Beauticians Association pot­
luck picnic at Casey park Sun­
day on the Rogue River. Mrs.
Hammond is the vice president
of the Oregon Beauticians Assoc.
The doctor has removed the
cast from Mrs. James Browns
leg. She was in a car accident
Kenny Mainwaring, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Mainwaring
and Bob Morris, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Morris are picking
pears for Scott Hamilton.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Simpson
of Roseburg were weekend vis­
itors at their daughter and son-
in-laws home, Mr. and Mrs. L.
C. McMahan.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert May-
field and family were recent
guests at his brother and sister-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
The residents of Weiss Road
off the Willow Springs road are
very glad to move their mail
boxes closer to their homes this
Last Thursday Carolyn Stev­
enson and her niece Teras
Pekarek, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Pegarek went to
Union Creek to visit their ma­
ternal grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles King Saturday af­
ternoon Mr. and Mrs. Carroll
Stevenson and son Billy and Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Pekarek join­
ed their daughters. They all
came home Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Bates of Bandon,
Oregon were recent guests at the
Randall Kay home. They came
over to see the Shakespearan
festival. Randall Kay is grading
lumber in Roseburg.
Donna Colpitts, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Colpitts is
attending Summer Bible camp
at McLoughlin camp. She will
be home Saturday.
Oris Wolff, son of Mrs. Anna
Wolff, is home and is now visit­
ing in Crescent City, Calif.
Monday evening dinner guests
at the Sharon Wight home were
her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
Connell of Medford and Mrs.
Wights sister of Eugene, Mrs.
Les Finley and daughter Terry.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Davis are
very busy remodeling their home
on the North Pacific highway.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Christie and
family went to Gold Beach Sun­
day. They reported that the
weather was very nice in the
Drivers Post Bail
For Illegal Parking
Citations for illegal parking
were issued during the past
week to two motorists by Cen­
tral Point police officers.
Ralph Hartley of Central Point
posted $5 bail for illegal park­
ing. John Travolo of Medford
posted $5 bail for improper
Mr. and Mrs. James Glenn
and family spent the weekend
and first two days of this week
on a brief vacation trip. They
returned home Wednesday.
For the purpose of better ac­
quainting themselves with wo­
men of other counties and their
activities in extension, Jackson,
Josephine and Klamath county
committees and representatives
are planning a get-together Wed­
nesday, August 29.
The day’s activities will take
place in the Suzanne Holmes hall
on the Southern Oregon College
Registration will begin at 10:30
a.m. A sack lunch will follow
at noon and the event will ad­
journ at 3 p.m.
Special talks, games, singing
and group activities are in store
for those who attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Powell
and two boys, Alan and Gary,
were guests at the Carl Hover
home Sunday and Monday. Mr.
and Mrs. Powell are missionaries
to the Hawaiian Islands. Powell
spoke and presented pictures of
his work at the Church of Christ
Sunday evening.
Starting Friday ....
(Through Months of August and September)
Monday through Saturday
Cooking - Wafer Heating - Refrigeration - Heating
Propane tanka for rent—No need to buy.
Tri-Countv Meet
Called by Extension
Women for August 29
OPEN 6:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.—Closed on Sundays
GINO’S DINER and Dairie Delite
228 West Main - Medford
(Next to Central Point Cleaners)
40 Pine Street
Central Point
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When you consider Chevy’s reputation for per­
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Central Point
Only franchised Chevrolet dealers
jca r
display this famous trademark
227 E. Ninth
Phone 2-4112