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About Gold Hill news. (Gold Hill, Jackson County, Or.) 1897-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 5, 1932)
j j i r . (.OLÌ) lliLL gKWs THlftSDAV, MAS 5. iq .U
Fresh Strawberry Ice Cream at
Horning's Shack, Grants Pass. We
make our own.
WV2U theatre .
Grants Pasa, Oregon
Candy for Mothers Day?—Get it Friday and Saturday. May (i and 7
Wallace Iverson spent Wednesday at Beckers.
For Mother's Day. May 8— fine With II. It. Walthall, Leon Janney,
Otto Furman of Gold Hill, was father, George Iverson of Medford.
boxed candies at Hornings Shack,
county scat visitor Friday.
Two Cartoons — News
Mrs. Kais of Medford spent the Grants Pass.
The Delta has a fine assortment week end with her father, Mr. Hull
Also Friday-Saturday afternoons
Mr. and Mrs. George Melsinger
of Mothers Day cards.
A28-M7 of this city.
and Mrs. Paul Thompson attended
"Alice In Wonderland"
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Walker
Place your orders now for Moth the high school music festival at
were business callers in Medford ers Day boxed candy at the Delta. Ashland Thursday.
Sun., Mon.. Tuesday, May 8-9-10
'THU BROKEN WING"
Beckers Drug Store has some
Dee Lowe of Medford was visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lewis anil fine boxed randies special for With Leo Carillo, l.upe Vales. Mel-
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Walker in family spent Saturday and Sunday Mothers Day.
yyn Douglas. Geo. «ureter.
this city Sunday.
Comedy — Cartoon — News
with Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Rich
Mrs. J. O. Pierce of the Sleepy
Mrs. Marjorie Pena spent the mond in Medford.
Hollow ranch, near Gold liill, wus Wednesday, Thursday. May tl-IJ
week end with her mother. Mrs.
Mrs. Wm. Puhi and Mrs. John transacting business in Medford on
Skeeters in Medford.
Hayes attended the music festival Monday.
W itli Marion Schilling. Bex Bell,
FRESH STRAWBERRY SHORT at Ashland Thursday and visited
Are you remembering Mother on Beryl Mercer. Virginia Lee Corbin
Lomedy — Travelogue
CAKE—for your midnite lunch on with Mrs. Ivan Kesterson.
her «lay—May 8? Get her a box of
dance night—The Hi-Way Inn.
Enjoy a refreshing F R E S H
Dr. G, Earl t.aw wishes to an
A28-M5 nounce that he tins open«.I offices
Bill Hooker of Medford has STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE for Pass.
in the Calver-Wood Bl.ig.,
spent the past week with his sis your midnite lunch dance night—
Jim Clements and George Ham way Store, (.rants Pass, for tin- prae- ,
THE HL WAY INN.
ter. Mrs. Alva Cook in Gold Hill.
mersly returned to Brookings Tues lit e of Medicine and Suruerx (live
a call. Plume 507J A R, Grants
Members of the Gold Hill high day where they are employed at a him
Fred Baker of Yreka, California,
ejj III '
spent the week end at his home in
News of the result of the Massie
trial held in Honolulu, was watched
ern Oregon track and field meet them hack Tuesday.
interest in the Rogue River
Mrs. Robert Flock of Redmond. held at Medford Saturday. Phoenix
b‘ ‘ imw of the fact that
Mrs. H. D. Reed in company with
Oregon, is spending this week with high won the first division and
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Orr oi Medford John
»Homey for the state.
Mrs. Floyd Lance.
Bogue River in the second division.
left Friday for Portland I for a few WM u fur""‘r n xidrnl of this viein I
days' visit. The parly stopped In ity. Kelley won a victory over Clar-
I Corvallis to visit for a short time | cnee Darrow, acknowledged as Hie
I with Eugene Orr. son of Mr. and greatest criminal lawyer in tn(
Mrs. Orr. who is a student at Ore- U nialcd Slaus. Mr. Kelley at oni-
time held an option on the Bin«
i gon State college.
I Ledge copper mine anil was in
Rogue River valley residents were terested in orchards of the valley.
greeted with several rumblings of lie was in the vulley lust year prior
thunder Monday morning, which is to going to Hawaii.
! very uncommon in this part of the
country. Ruin started falling just
before noon and has fallen in
termittently since. Mail planes were
forced to fly low on acocunt of the
rain and mused a grea. roar when
passing over Gold Hili.
and Dress Material
General Line of Grocery and Dry Good«
Our Sale of Fine Stock
AT BANKRUPT PRICES
IS STILL ON
Always Visit Our Store When In Grants Pass
C a l v e r t ¿1 F r e n c h
25f c REDUCTION On AH Makes of Cars
We Can Install the New
“PERFECT CIRCLE 85” PISTON RINGS
Guaranteed to Stop Oil Pumping—the Latest on
The Market—Ask About Them
GOLD HILL GARAGE
Chas. Kell, Prop.
KAR.MELKORN — The delicious
I popcorn confection—made and sold
only at shop in Holly theatre build
Mr. and Mrs .Robert E. Stnrns
and daughters, Florence and Vir
ginia and Jesse Starns of Pacific
Grove, California, arrived Tuesday
evenin gfor a visit with friends and
relatives. They visited Curtis Mill
er. who is Mrs. Starns' father, und
several sisters and aunts here, leav
ing Wednesday afternoon for Grants
Pass for an extended visit with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I)
Starns of that place. Mr. Robert
and Jesse Starns are employed by
[ the American Can Company of Mon
FOR SALE OR TRADE: 121) acres
land; 65 acres cleared; new house
and barn. South of Salem. Inquire
at Livingstons Service Station, (¡old
R« C. Jorgensen, Prop.
Fruits and Vegetables
\< 'U f 111. nth w ill fa ir ly w a fe r fro m these fresh
. pi mg b ru its and Vegetables when vou see our
fin e assortm ent
Here are some o f them , and
at the head o f the list we p u t:
T r?«Cp m cOlr
CARROTS — TURNIPS — ASPARAGUS
FINE SOLID HEADS OF LETTUCE, ETC
And Always a Good Supply of High Grade
LEMONS, ORANGES and BANANAS
G o ld H ill S u p p ly
I hua 8 I “Where Price* Sell Quality”
’ fc O,, e ,‘L
a . A.
W . Deliver
Tom Shaver, Prop.
and Woodie Would if
you care to take the risk
Make This a Cake and
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B U r T ER
And Eggs Are Cheaper Than They Have
Been for Years!
Always a Fine Line of
Bud Snider, Proprietor
E. T. HAM, Prop.
Extra copies of the News on sale
at Jim’s Confectionery, each week
ACE OF SPADES
m h rm w r
you A re Always Welcome a t
"PO I.lt K e o i 'R T ”
and Ihursdax of this week w ith hft
Uv1“1 i * i . . f‘ n' y C^ ,' R" ipe
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try. Right now while butter and eggs „re un
usually low In price ¡8 the dme
new desserts for the family.
“If Its Snider’s— It’s The Best To Buy”
Snider Dairy & Produce Co.
N. Bartlett St.
FRESH M EATS
Specials for Saturday
Have You Provided for Mother?
Before vou make that
drive to the “big game”
stop at our station and
let us change your oil.
Her Day Is Sunday, May 8
Tall Tins, each ..
25-oz. ting .....
No. 2 1-2 tins... 2 for 39c
A change now may save
a bearing later.
Have you planned for Mother’s future, so
that she will not he left in want when you
We handle Zerolene—
the oil that outsells all
o t h e r s — Eastern or
An account in her name, established now
and safe investments made from time to
time, will build up a reserve for her care in
.days to come.
No. 2 1-2 tins .. 2 for 39c
No. 2 1-2 Tins, 2 for 39c
Full 2-lb. pkgs. 2 for 15c
10 bars ................ 25c
HODGEN-BREWSTER POULTRY FEED
Coy <fe Robinson
SETH c o y , .Vfer.
,ani*b ®/«»d aad reatauraat ia
These plans made now
would be an appropriate
Mother s Day gift to her.
Our bank will gladly as
sist in this matter.
Medford National Bank