Cedar Point is on top of a hill, and most photos I have seen of it
have a brush Arbor type tabernacle near the wood building and the Road.
It was used as both school and church when first built, andyhes, I think
a Mr. Minter did teach there. I also have a copy of one of their Reunion
programs - very dim , copid from a Hatcograph Pan of transparent jell.
The porint was placed on the Jelly and stroked with something like a
tongue deoressor. No ink roller - no electricity- and was adequate for
copies for small classes, then it got dim, and one could see the older
Master outlines at various levels sinking through the Jally to the
bottom of the pan-. I will try to use Kinko Copier to darken the Cedar
Poijt History and program.
Rocky Point is between Cedar Point and Cedar Point. In 1930-40's both
were churches. One or two Leathermans lived across the road from Cedar
Point. The road off Hwy 67 at Scotty Johnson's old ranch and Charlie
Neblitt's were on opposite sides of the Cedar Point- Evergreen Road- or
go back one way to Bluff Dale and another to Rocky Point.
Charles A. Wyly