Gold Hill news. (Gold Hill, Jackson County, Or.) 1897-19??, December 24, 1931, Image 4

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    HIE GO!.n HILL NEWS
THURSDAY, DF.CEMRER 24. 1931
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Dinner-Bridge at Iteed Home
W. P. Bailey spent Monday as a
guest of his brother. Seymore Bai­
ley at Rogue River.
ipeninyi '
Mrs. Toney Ross was ill at her
home the first of the week.
One-pound box cherries 39e—ui
Horning's Shack, Grants Pass.
John Dole and son. Fred, were
in th's city Saturday from their
home in Foots Creek.
Mrs. Millie Walker is having a
bathroom installed at her home in
this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Johnson and
baby of Medford were guests o f Mr.
and Mrs. Clinton Walker Sunday.
Mr. amt Mrs. IL D. Reed were
hosts at a dinner-bridge parts at
Mr. and Mrs. H arry Ellsw orth of their home Sunday evening. Kigh-
Brookings were visitors here last ,ccn guests, nn tubers of a Medfortl
Thursday.
bridge club, to which Mrs. Recti
belong-., enjoy id the c> urtesy.
Paul Angstead. principal o f the
local schools, was confined to his
Mis. Ruth G rtca of Medford mad-»
home Tuesday w ith a severe cold.
short visit here Tuesday w ith
Miss Lucille H ittle went to Med fric n Is.
ford Tuesady for a few days' visit
C b rrl.s R ctl, who came Monday
in the Fred Wahl home.
, of last week far a visit w ith h i .
Mrs. M erritt Merriman and Mrs. I father, H. D. Reed, returned to h :
George Hammersly were Grants home in San Francisco, Wednesday
Pass visitors Tuesdny morning.
Miss Bertha Coy and Mrs. Dick
Boxed candy, wrapped for m ail­ Robinson were Medford callers
ing at Horning’s Shack, Grants Wednesday.
Pass.
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Mr. and Mrs. Cole Hayes and
Miss Edith Fenwick is spending
a week of her Christmas vacation daughter. Mildred, of Gold Reach,
w ith San Francisco friends, and arc guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
w ill be guest on a yachting party Hayes and family.
Bud Snider returned the latter
part of last week from Portland,
where he spent several days.
to Los Angeles, during her stay.
Lester Payne and Harry Smith of
We are closing out our present
Sams Valley were business callers stock of children's and ladies'
in this city Saturday.
dresses, smocks and sweaters at
Mrs. John McFadden of Gold H ill half price. It w ill pay you to come
has gone to visit her son at Hok- in and look them over. Drake's. c24
inson.
Art Knighton of Tualatin, Oregon,
stopped
fo r a short visit Tuesday
Mrs. Baker, Mrs. Alva Walker,
Mrs. Hugh Hayes and Mrs. M illie morning w ith Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
W alker were shopping in Medford Rlankenburg. He was on his way
from Nampa, California, to his
Saturday.
home to spend the holidays.
C lifford W right of Homedale.
Classes at the Gold H ill schools
Idaho, came Monday m orning to
spend the holidays in the home of were dismissed fo r the Christmas
vacation Tuesday afternoon, and
Mrs. Susie Cqy.
students and teachers alike w ill en­
Marshall Gray, a student in the joy the vacation w ith friends and
state college at Corvallis, arrived relatives. School w ill be resumed
home Sunday to spend the h o li­ January 4.
days w ith his parents.
FOR SALE: Pair of $4.00 I'nio n
Lyle Childers, who is attending ro lle r skates ir. good condition, w ill
the Portland business college, came sell fo r $2.00. Mary Tepovac, Gold
the first o f the week to spend the H ill.
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Christmas vacation at his home.
Mrs. Earl Moore, Mrs. Wm. H ittle.
DRESSMAKING and REMOD­ Mrs. Joe Blair, Mrs. Frank Carter.
ELING done in your home. Prices Mrs. Geo. Hammersly, Mrs. Paul
reasonable. Mrs. Charles E. Gray. Thompson and Mrs. Geo. Meisinger
p D l 0-17-24 spent Sunday afternoon in Med­
ford, where as members of the Ha­
A committee of high school stu­
waiian orchestra, they practiced
dents and W. R. C. members deliv­
several selections w ith Medford la­
ered a number of boxes among the
dies who play w ith the orchestra
needy families in the community occasionally.
Saturday.
A group of Gold H ill people en
Mrs. Frank Carter took her son,
joyed a pleasant bridge party at
Leroy, to Medford Tuesday to con­
the home of Mrs. M arjorie Pena in
sult a doctor. Leroy has been ill
Medford Sunday evening. Those
w ith tonsilitis fo r some time, and
included in the courtesy were Miss
his recovery is very" slow.
Edith Fenwick, Mr. and Mrs. Mer­
Bob Kenaston returned from U. r itt Merriman, M r. and Mrs. Geo.
S. Marine Barracks in San Diego, Hammersly and Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Monday evening to spend the h o li­ D. Angstead. Chas. Green o f Cali­
days w ith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. fornia, was also a guest.
R. L. Kenaston.
Mr. and Mrs. Aurele Meunier and
baby daughter left Tuesday evening
fo r San Francisco, where they w ill
enjoy the holidays visiting in the
home of Mrs. Meunier’s tw o sisters
and a brother.
AS IT SHOULD BE
We have the most mod­
ern greasing equipment
ment, and when w e
grease your car it is
done right. You’ll no­
tice how much nicer it
rides and also know that
your car is lubricated at
every point.
Drive in today.
s
EE
ETH for
AFE
ERVICE
Coy & Robinson
SETH COY. M<.
Lunch stand and restaurant in
connection.
The condition of Mrs. D. S. Force
is considerably improved this week
Mrs. Force has been suffering
from pneumonia, and has been in
a serious condition fo r some lime,
because o f very weak heart action.
For a time it was thought it would
be necessary to remove her to a
hospital, but w ith the improvement
shown the first of the week, this
w ill not be necessary. She is being
cared fo r at the home o f her son,
Wm. Force, in this city.
Friends here have received word
from Bob Bosenbauni of the death
of his father. Robert Rosenbaum, at
the fa m ily home in Am ity, Oregon,
Thursday, December 10. Many here
remember Bob, who was employed
here during the construction of the
Bogue riv e r bridge at the east edge
of town. His brother. B ill Rosen- j
baum of Medford, is also known to j
many here, who extend their sym -|
pathy Io the boys in their bereave­
ment.
R. K. Coo!, was honoree al a sur
prise piu-ly in observance of his
birthday, Iasi Thursday evening, al
his home in this city.
The evening was spent playing
............. .
. we»e serv­
ed later in the evening.
I I,"S pre-cut were Mr. and Mrs.
IL E. Coo!., Mr. au-J Mrs. Alva
1 o )' . Mr. up I Mrs. Wm. Ferguson,
Mr. en t M.,%. \V. W. lliltle . Mr. and COPCO ANNOUNCES 18.42
CONSTRI CTION BUDGET
Mrs, I- oyd Lance, Mr. and Mrs.
Toney Ross. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
C. M. Brewer, president and gen­
Hnyes, Mr. mid .Mrs. A. A. Walker,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray, Lee eral manager of the California Ore­
gon Power company has announced
Cook, Lucille and M erritt H ittle.
that the company’s construction
budget fo r 1932 w ill amount to $1,-
Sewing Club Has X m si
097,394.00.
Party at Ferguson Home Standard Gas and E h e trlr Coni-
I he Sewing club held its annual
Christmas party at tin- home of
Mrs. W. II. Ferguson. Friday of
Iasi week, w ith tw enty six mem­
bers present.
Thu rooms df the home were
beautifully decorated for Ihe oc­
casion w ith
Christmas greens,
mistletoe hanging from the chan­
deliers, and vases o f rose haws
and snow berries decorating the
mantle. The gifts brought by the
members were arranged at the
foot of a shimmering Christmas
( tree w hich graced one corner of
the room, and were distributed by
a "re a lly truly Santa Claus,” w ith
whiskers, red suit, boots and all.
Much merriment was created when
Mrs. L ari Moore's package revealed
a huge rat trap, and one gift was
cleverly masked as nil old fashioned
stuffed -stocking pin-cushion. hut
the stuffing proved to be a decora­
tive sofa pillow .
A communication was read from
the Rogue River civic improvement
club, in vitin g the members of the
sewing society to their meeting
January 8.
I lie hostess served delicious re­
freshments of Christmas fru it cuke,
salad and coffee, late in Ihe after
noon, Io the guests who included
Merry
Christmas
May your Christmas he
bright with many joys,
and light your way to
success in 1932.
to our friends and customers.
Yours for SERVICE
Our wish for you at this season is that
your Christmas day may be full of joy­
ous cheer!
Sunday guests of Mrs. Celia
Corabest were D arw in George o f
Coquille, Oregon, Miss Shannon of
Grants Pass, and Mrs. May Colbert
and mother of S. Laurel street, Med­
ford.
GREASING. . .
Sams Valley Grange has been in
vited by the Central Point Grange
to participate in the annual instal
lation o f officers December 28 at
the Central Point Grange hall. Mrs.
Gertrude Haak anti her assistants
w ill install the officers-eleet of
the Central Point. Sams Valley,
Boxy Anne anti Jacksonville Gran­
ges. A ll officers are urged to be
present that any repetition of the
ritual w ill not be necessary.
Season’s Greetings . .
A “ jitney supper” was served Sat­
urday evening by the Sams Valley
Grange. After the supper a pro­
gram in charge of Mrs. Seegmiller
was given. Proceeds from the af­
fa ir were used to buy Christmas
candies fo r the community tree.
Herb Bumcrot, B ill Hammersly,
Dale Clements and Junior Bobinson
are cutting wood in the Braden
field on Kanes Creek. They expect
to w ork there all during the holi
days.
Mrs. Minnie Byerly fell at her
home Monthly of this week, frac­
turing several ribs, when she struck
a chair. She, is getting along
nicely according to reports, anti
her friends hope for her speedy re­
covery.
Surprise R. E. Cook
in Honor of Birthday
Nugget Service
Station
—And may we take this opportunity to
thank you for your patronage during
the past year.
C. & B Economy Store
Gold Hill, Oregon
GRANTS PASS, ORE.,
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Merry Christmas, Folks!
W E WISH FOR ALL OUR MANY
FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
of
GOLD HILL and VICINITY
A Merry Christmas
Adams Furniture Co.
GRANTS PASS, ORE.
Golden Rule Grocery No. 3
E. T. HAM, Prop.
FRESH M EATS
Specials for Saturday
BREAD
1-lb. loaves
FELS NAPTHA
SOAP
Carton 10 bars
59c
5c
MILK
4 Tall Cans .........
25c
SPERRY’S
PANCAKE FLOUR
Large package
19c
George Washington
TOBACCO
i-lb. tin
60c
2
HONEY
1-2 lb. tins ......... 25c
Golden West
COFFEE
1 lb. can .........
35c
OYSTERS
5 <>z. can, each
10c
PUMPKIN
No. 2 1-2 tin s ......... 10c
TOMATO
No. 2 1-2 tin s .......
HODGEN-BREWSTER POULTRY FEED
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[O B O I
pauy's pre lim ina ry construction
budget for 1942 w ill total $25.015.-
900, according Io John J. O'Brien,
president of Ihe company. Projects
now under construction ut prop
erlies in the Standard Gus and
Kleclric Company > yslem amount­
ing to $3 508,034 w ill not he com­
pleted during 1031, rosts fo r which
are Included In Ihe prelim inary
budget f gure set up for 1932. Un-
f ’niahed ci-nstruetiou during 1931
Includes the Proapcct diversion
project of Ihe C ullfornt i Oregon
Power Company system whl. !i w ill
not be placed In service uni'1 1932.
The total prelim inary budget ex­
penditure fo r 1932 may be segre­
gated as follow s: Blcctr.C depart­
ment, $10,347,300; gas department,
$3,319.809. and other departments,
Including grnerul ccnslructinn, $5,
338,857.
J. II. DROLBTTB, Prop.
(CHEAPEST AND BEST)
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.Mesdnmes Cleo Gilt hr,si. J a c k
Frost, Joe Lewis, Paul Thompson
George Meisinger, Reis Chupnian,
Furl Moore, M e rrill Merriman, Gio.
Hammersly, Eber Davis. Georg
Dorman, Joe llla ir, Aurele Me .inter.
Fit,yd Lance, George Haft, Hay
Thompson, (.has. Gray, It, K.
Illankeiihurg, Clyde Walker, Alva
w alker, Chas. Kell, John Logan
Paul Angstead, Mrs. Davis and Miss
Olive Turner.
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HAIRCUTS
NOW
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Shaver’s Barber
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TOM SHAVER, Prop,
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