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THE GOLD HILL NEWS THURSDAY, MAY i->, 1932______
At th« RIVOLI THEATRE,
G r a n ts P a a s, O r e g o n
FRL-SAT., MAY 13-14
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and Mary
“ ITS TOUGH TO RE FAMOUS”
Comedy — Cartoon — News
Grady Farrington of Portland ar-
Mrs. Aurele Meunier and Mrs. Roy
rived here Friday to accept the po- i Centers took their babies, Jocelyn
sition of S. P. agent in place of Meunier and Donna Marie Centers,
Mr. Trojan, who had been tempo- to the baby clinic at Rogue River
ra ry agent since the death of J. S. l'uesday, and they received 100 per
CARD TABLES—31.49 at Adams
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Chamberlain of
Furn. Co. Unusual Furniture Sale,
H ilt spent the week-end w ith Mrs.
Chamberlain’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grants Pass.
Boxy Tepovac in this city.
County health meeting. May 18.
2 p. in. at country home of Mrs. 11.
Mrs. Dale Lofton and daughters. Corning Kenly near Medford. Mem
Barbara and Gale o f Ashland spent bers. and all others interested, are
Sunday w ith Mr. and Mrs. Fred urged to attend.
Four 40-lb. fu ll sixed MATTRESS
Mr. and Mrs. W ilm er Bailey. Mr. ES, >3.95. High grade, but reduced
and Mrs. Logan Gardner, Janet Chis because slightly damaged. Adams
holm and John Hammersley were Furn. Co., Grants Pass.
shopping in Medford Friday.
FDR SALE DR TRADE: 120 acres
Mrs. Pete Smith and Mrs. Bud land; 65 acres cleared; new house
Condit o f Grants Pass were visiting and barn. South of Salem. Inquire
at Livingston's Service Station, Gold
relatives here Sunday.
Dr. G. Earl Law wishes to an
Mrs. Earl Moore and daughter,
nounce that he has opened offices
in the Calver-Wood Bldg., over Safe June, and Louise Smith were shop
way Store, Grants Pass, for the prac ping in Medford Friday evening.
tice of Medicine and Surgery. Give
him a call. Phone 567J A R, Grants
Mrs. John Hayes returned Satur
day to her position in Mann's de-’
Mrs. Ivan Kesterson anil children partment store, after an absence of
of Klamath Falls spent the week several months due to an iujured
end w ith Mr. and Mrs. Win. Puhi. leg.
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8UN.-MON.-TUES.. MAY 18-14-17
Richard Harthclmcss and Marian
Mariun Marsh in
“ ALIAS THE DOCTOR”
Comedy — Ripley — News
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WKD.-THURS.. MAY 18-1»
“ PI-AY GIRL”
W innie Lightner, Loretta Young
Comedy — Act — Pictorial
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
moved last Thursday to the R. I..
M iller house, formerly oceupled by
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Prime.
The P. T. A. Community picn v
w ill be held Wednesday. May 18. Il
is a cover dish a ffa ir to be served
at noon, followed by a baseball
game and other features.
Clara Potter and Mrs. Gibson of
Yreka, California, arc guests of Mr
and Mrs. W. IL Ferguson.
R. C. Jorgensen visited his family
at Ashlund Tuesday. Daisy Gilchrist
clerk at the Grotto during his ab
James Grimes, Jr. son of J. A.
Grimes o f the Hi-W ay Inn and Bar
ber shop in this city, who is at
tending State College of New Mexi
co, was elected vice-president of
Alpha Delta Theta fraternity recent
Mrs. Wm. Ferguson and Mrs. l.ela
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Johnson of ly, according Io an item in the col
Davis were shopping in Medford Medford spent Saturday visiitng Mr. lege paper Mr. Grimes received last
and Mrs. Clinton W alker here.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ridenour, who
Mrs. Aurele Meunier and Miss A l
Mrs. Lewis McGuire o f Jackson
bertina Hankey were business call ville was visiting friends in this came last January to operate the
Nugget Service Station, have moved
ers in Grants Pass Saturday.
1 city last Sunday.
to Medford tem porarily. Mr. Ride r
nour recently accepted a position
w ith Pacific Power and Light Co.
and w ill be at Medford for a short
time cooperating w ith the People's
Electric sto i* which is conducting
an electric appliance sale. Mr. Ride-
nour is specialixing in the sale of
Premier vacuum cleaners.
General Line of Grocery and Dry Goods
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were visitors heie Sunday.
prim ary mom is absent w ith it.
Maxwell. Mrs. M errifield.
'the Antique shop lias recently
The voting polls of South Jack
I be Jacksonville town teams, the
sonville w ill lie at the W. A. Bishop Pirates and lliuky dinks, played Sun coiiic into possession of an emir-
residence on South T hird street.
day. Ihe Pirates played Ihe Giants iiioiis hear skin. I In* aniiiuil was
J. S. Ward received a message Pass team here, w ith an 8-6 score ill son Hole county Inm Wyoming B ill
that his father hud passed away Sat favor of Hie visitors. The Itln ky- killed on Paeilie creek ill Ihe Jack
urday in Oklahoma, the community dinks played Ihe Prospeel teiim at Gardener came upon two bears de
extends to Mr. W n l its utmost sym Prospect. The score was 16 8 in fa vouring a moose which they had
killed. Dm* hear fled, hut the larg
vor of Prospeel.
er remained Io defml his k ill, Ihe
Mr. ami Mrs. C. N. Crocker of Eu
animal was estimated to weigh over
gene visited w ith J. W, Opp of the has been drawing many visiters
moo pounds. The skin o f Ihe hear
Opp Mine the last week ami w ith from far points. Among those an
now oeeupies a place of honor lit
Mr. Crocker's sister here, Miss Belli
j C alifornia; W'endelle Tastiaugli, Ml Ihe Antique Shop.
Blaine Colemiiu of Medford in tro i Vernon. Washington; Ana Percival
duced the candidates for county o f I Sacriiineiilo. C alifornia; Mrs. Belly
fices ut the ball game here Sunday. ■Rii'vrs, Sail Diego. C alifornia; H ar
ApplegtiU was well represented at ry Meyers, Fergus Falls, Mlniieso
the picnic spots Sunday due to the la; I*’. B. Cavanaugh, Spokane,
i Washington; Mrs. C. J. Ilro, Antigo,
sudden change of the weather.
Jim Bmkley who has been at the 1 w isronsin.
Mr. ami Mrs G. D. Saudeii enlei ■
Sacred Heart hospital in Medford
for some time is improved at the tai n il at a parly for the Woman's
A uxiliary club o f Medford ami
pnsent w riting.
The Jacksonville dance Saturday Ih tir husbands Friday. About If
night w as a great success. Many at couples were included.
tended ami all enjoyed a good linn
Misses Violet Olson anil Anna
Mrs. John Seliump is resting at the Smith visited Sunday at Ihe bom
Sanitarium for nn im l finite lm e.
of Mr. an I Mi s. Albert Smith a!
Mrs. Don Kinney is employed at M ill.rs Gulch.
present at the Knight home in Med
Mr. an I Mrs. J. II. W iiinliighiini
" ! It ■'■ter. Valera and Guy W ill
DINE W il H US I
Gordon Staid of Medford made a kins spent the week-end at Ihe home
IT’S like flitting nt your
business call in Jacksonville Mon of Mr. Roller! Watkins of Copper
own table at Imme. I \
all-, ami Mrs. Lelloy Smith ol
Mr. and Mrs. (Minion P rrkypile of Medford visited in Jacksonville Sun
c r y th in g ’s so appi 1i.-inr
f.o n a llis ami Mr. and Mis. Boy day afternoon.
. . so very tasty , . s,
Jones of ( entrui Point were visitor,
Oscar Knox who owns the Knox
sa tis fy in g .
at Ilie Oscar Lewis home Sunday.
Mrs. Miriam Ward and son, Janies service datioii is building a group
And Note llii«
Douglas Ward visited at the horn af tourist cabins <m Ids properly
which w ill lie fu r rent this sutn-
of Mr. and Mrs. J. I., l ay lor Friday
m ir to tourists.
Clinton Diinnington transacted
S traw be rry
Ali-s I orruim Sparr visited col-
business in Sains Valley Tuesday.
lege friends at Corvallis this Iasi
1 he i-.a.deru Star A ilc rrl chapter
week-end. She enjoy a d her visit
and c u r usual
of Jacksonville visited the Josephine
I lot Dug S atxlu el:- •,
ehapter at Grants Pass Iasi week.
An epidemic o f ehirken pox Is
Two ear loads made the trip , includ
Ti E HI-WAY INN
ing Miss Molly B rill, Mr. and Mrs. w-iepiug though the Jneksonvilti
crude school. Aboul half of Hit
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Ernest Langley, M is s Lorraine
Sparr, Mrs. Clinton Smith, Mrs. I'd
Scvcrcnce. Mr. and Mrs. V. T. W il
son, Mr. and Mrs. I.. T. Wilson. Mrs.
Catar, Mrs. Cameron, Mrs. Geo.
G ig a n tic F u r n i i w e
His First Talking Picture!
REBEKAHS HAVE HOMECOMING
The annual homecoming of Ame
thyst Rebekah lodge was held Wed-
nesda evening. Several Central Point
visitors attended and Mrs. Mae
Blackington o f Yreka, form er mem
ber. and tw o of her sister Rebekahs
were also present. A short musical
entertainment was followed by cards
& lidwe. Co.
DICK BLANKENBURG HAS
FISH PARTY ON BIRTHDAY
HAM ’S GROCERY
E. T. HAM, Prop.
Specials for Saturday
2 cans .................... 25c
Tall Tin« ................. 24c
10 Bars ................... 25c
Golden Weit, Hill« or
M. J. B.
1- lb. can ............... 35c
The Perfect Shortening
3-lb- can ............... 58c
I Can Free
2- lb can .................. 19c
2 pkgs....................... 15c
Package ................. 15c
HODGEN-BREWSTER POULTRY FEED
Dick Blankenburg, who h a s
dreams of some day landing a big
ode, was honored al a fish parly-
last Friday in observance of his
birthday. Guests brought gifts of
articles useful in fishing, and even
a huge green balloon fish. The fca-1
ture of the evening was a three deck
birthday cake, w ith a m iniature
f sherman on the top deck, whose j
pole held a big red “ salmon” which
lay on the “ bank” below. Red can
dles further decorated Ihe cake,
which was made and presented by
Mrs G. E. Meislnger anil Mrs. Earl
Moore. Guests were the Paul Thomp
son fam ily, Mrs. Aurele Meunier, Mr.
and Mrs. F. H Ridenour, Mrs. Alrtha
Robbins, and Ihe Moore and Mcl-
singer families. The a ffa ir was In
Ihe form of a picnic and was held
Sixth and Bartlett Streets
SPECIAL BARGAINS throughout Our Eig Store
OPEN NIGHTS DURING SALE!
The screens most popular
Western Star in a s tirrin g
story of Ihe Old West.
D aily A uctions, 2 & 7 p.m .
W H ’ A’D '
Candidate for Republican
"Equal Justice for All, Special
Favors to None.”
11 years active tria l practice
in the court room insures qual
ification, efficiency and econ
Showing at Gold Hill, 3 Days
THURS., FRI., SATUR. MAY 12-13-14
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Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lewis and son
Ray and Doris Clark visited at the
Roy Jones home in Central Point.
Mr. and Mrs. BaiTey of Grants Pass
Moil Beloved tnlftlâi«« in Awoici
B efore vou make th a t
drive to the “big gam e”
stop at our station and
let us change votir oil.
A change now may save
a bearing later.
W e handle Zerolene—
the oil that < utsells all
o t h e r s — E astern or
Coy & Robinson
SETH COY. Mgr.
Ijiiw h stand and restaurant in
mi m m
show or ihe m
N F V M1RXCLFJ THU JIAWN
Every Man, Womjn jnd Child Should
Admission: Children 15c, Adults 25c
Change Program Each Night; Doors Open 7:30
BE SURE TO READ THIS - Clip this ad and
present at door for free admission THURSDAY