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About Gold Hill news. (Gold Hill, Jackson County, Or.) 1897-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1932)
T H E GOLD H IL L N E W S TH U RSD A Y , MAY 19, 1932
Mr. and Mr». Earl Moore and fam
Mrs. M erritt Merrimun returned
ily spent Sunday w ith Mrs. Moore's last week from Ercsno where site
mother, Mrs. Bert Stevens of Grants had been the guest of relatives sev
Pass. Mr. and Mrs. Hay Hall and eral days.
Mrs. Ilert Albert of Chiloquin were
also guests there.
Mrs. Evelyn Caldwell o f Eugene
is a guest of her brother, ('leo <311-
Mr. Eldridge of Sardine ('.reek I Io ist .uni I.mills in (mid Hill
was a business caller in Gold H ill
C. It. I.aiukln, county judge, was
a Gold H ill caller Wednesday.
II. Van lloevenburg of the Van
Daisy G ilchrist this week began
lioevenhurg orchards in Sams Val
ley was a business culler here Sat work at the Gold H ill post office, ns
assistant Io Mrs. Nellie Iteed, post
mistress. She succeeds Mrs. George
Mrs. Paul Thompson, Mrs. George llam tucrsly.
Meisinger, Mrs. Earl Moore, Mrs. II.
John Logan who has been em
I). Eoree and Mrs. Minnie Byerly
at H ilt the past few months,
were Medford visitors Eriduy
was taken to Sacred lle u rt hospitul
For smart ready to wear of good in Medford Sunday morning severely
quality, moderatelv priced s e e ill w ith pneumonia. Iteports this a ft
ETHEIAVYN B. HOEEMANN'S. op ernoon w i re that he was somewhat
posite postoffice, Medford.
MI2-J2 Improved after a had day yeslerduy,
and that his fever wiis not so high.
Mrs. Leonard Baiusey of Klamath
The Commercial Club dances are
Ealls is a guest of her mother, Mrs.
gaining in popularity each week.
Minnie Eliding* o f this city.
Ike Porter and his hand offer the
Mrs. J. C. Bryan was employed best music in the valley. Don't miss
the nest one.
at Drake's grocery Saturday .
LOST or Stolen: Bulldog pup.
Mr. and Mrs. M erritt Merriman
nnd Mrs. George lianunersly m otor Answers to name ''Skippy." If found
ed to Brookings Saturday' where please notify A. Meuuler, Gold H ill.
Have you gotten the hubit of
Mr. Hnninii rsly is employed. They
reading the adverlisrments in The
returned Sunday evening.
News? You w ill find presented
Dr. G. Earl Law wishes to an each week in these columns, values
nounce that he has opened offices of great interest to you, which w ill
in the Calver-Wood Bldg., over Safe enable you Io spend wisely, and use
way Store, Grants Pass, for Hie prac your money to its best advantage,
tice of .Medicine and Surgery. Give
him a call. Phone 567J A B, Grants which is true economy. It pays you
pJBi to read the ads in The News.
L ad ies Dresses
Also a Fine Line of Ladies’ Summer Weight
General Line of Grocery and Dry Goods
S IIDW K R FOB MBS. GARDNER
Mrs. Joe Lewis was hostess ut a
shower In honor of Mrs. Logan
Gardner Friday evening. The guest
of honor received many lovely gifts
after which luncheon wus served
to Mesdames It. A. Boss, Bov Cen
ters, Tom Chisholm, Clyde Walker,
Jim Chisholm, I.. WhUtsetl, Wm.
Eoree, George Hainmersly, M. Mer
riman. AIrthu Bobbins, II. Drake,
Kate Boss, Alva Cook. Boh M ills,
paugh, Earl Cook, Elmer Duugey,
Mary Chisholm, It. K. Blaiikenhiirg,
Win. H lttle, Boh Adams, Wlftner
Bailey, Chas. Gey, Joe Lewis. Logan
Gardner and Miss Janet Chisholm.
Al thè RIVOLI THEATRE,
Grants Pesa, Oregon
NEW MANAGER AT C IN DERELLA better accommodate Ihc reudy-to-
SHOP IN MEDFORD LAUNCHING weur patrons. This department was
HALE OF F IN E READY-TO-W EAR only recently added to the store,
Friilay and Haturday, May 20-21
“ T IIB LAW DE T H E HKA"
A remarkable sale, featuring fine
W llli Balpli Im e, Sidiy Ululile, Wil spring apparel is being launched
liam Eurnuiii. Ève Southern, unii a l t il e Cinderella Simp in Medford
tills week-end by Mrs. Della Swusey
Comedy — Curinoli - News
who is succeeding Miss Bureau us
manager o( Hie shop which is lo
Bua., Mon, TuMday, May 22-23-21 cated on South Central.
"T U E MIKACLK MAN"
Mrs. Swusey’, fo r I t years, buyer
W ith Sylvia Sidney, Chester Morris. for Itlmdes Bros., Seattle, bus also,
Ilo b u rl Bosworth, Robert Coogan p rio r to that Bine, hud six years ex
and Irvln g Belici.
perience w ith various womens spec
Curinoli — News
ia lly shops,
The sale which she is In stitu t
Wednasday, Thursday, May 25-20 ing, in connection w ith her in tro
"DANGEKH IN T IIE DARK”
duction to Medford shoppers brings
MBS. MRIHINGRR PB! - I M S
W tlh Miriam Hopkins, Jack Dukie to lids district u new price scale.
CLASH IN RECITAL T ill Its
and Eugeue Pallette.
Details may lie found in an adver
Comedy and Aet
tisement elsewhere. Mrs. Swusey
Members of Mrs. G. W, Meisinger’s
also announces that The Cinderella
class of stringed instrument players
lu>Ii w ill feature particularly, from
MRH. DDRMAN HOSTESS
from Gold H ill and Medford took
TO PAKT NOBI.E GRAND» now on, youlhful styles fo r the ma
part in a recital at the home of
ture woman and larger figures.
Mrs. Grace Voss in Medford Iasi
Women and girls of lids coinmun
d i l l i of
Aiuelhysl Itebekah lodge was en- ;:v nr invited Io call, and give
A m iniature stage was set in a
Mrs. Sv .isi ’. (he op|M>rtonily to lake
part of the large room where the terlumed ut thè home of Mrs. Gir,. care of their apparel wants.
players reviewed all orchestrations,
etc., whieti they hud worked on Iltcluded l.lly Carter, Pi-ari l'eigu- BAND BOX. AN I) fWQK BOX
son, Lola Iteeil, Delia Kell, Olive
recently. There were several solos,
MAKES SECOND A D D ITIO N
duels und trios, after which II >se Turner, Bessle Henderson, Edith
Cumeron, l.uey Mie. Dora Halli
present daneeil ami visited. A lovely
niersly, BUnar Eoree, Mabel llltlle ,
Afr. anil Mrs. U. J. Carpenter, pro-
luneheon was served al midnight.
l rietors of Hie Band Box and
'Those taking pari were Joyce
Shoe Box n M. dford, have just
NO HOSTESS D INNER
completed the second enlargement
Thompson. Ada Siller. Elsie Brown.
of th e ir store in three months. The
W inifred Walker. Mrs. Siller, Myrtle
Tile lióme of Mr. mid Mrs. Bai
i w space, necessitated by Iht-ir
Acres, Mabel H lttle, Ernest D aliai,
Thompson was Hie scene of a small
i w ill) increasing business in la
Mrs. Erskin. Viola Moore, Priscilla
I dinner Sunday evt ning, May tt, n •
Meisinger and Grace Voss.
! group of friends each cm ili ilm tiii” * dies' dresses, shoes nnd hats, is
gulnid by moving Ihe east p a rti
a part of Hie meal. Those taking tion several feel, to luke in part of
Card of Thanks
i pari were Mr. mid Mrs, George
We wish to extend our sincere i Meislngi r, Mr. ami Mrs. II. D. Force. ¡ the quarters form erly occupied by
thunks to everyone who was so Mr and Mrs Earl Moore, Mrs. Alelha Hie Harwood Photo service.
'I bis adds 250 square feel of flo or
kind during our recent bereavement. Bobbins and Mr. and Mrs. Bus
»t-ice amt another front display
Also fo r the beautiful flowers. - Thompson.
window bik I w ill provide more
Mrs. Mabel Bohinson and daughter,
convenience in showing th e ir up-
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Itobinsnn and son,
Exira copies of Hie News on sale to the minute storks. Two new fit
Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Booth ami »on.
nt Jim's Confectionery, each week. lin g rooms w ill tie constructed to
und has proved ils popularity, mil
only uuiong Medford women, but
also in Ibe surrounding v icin ity. In
cluding Gold H ill und Jacksonville,
and Hie entire trade te rrito ry .
Know whul is going on in Gold
H ill—Subscribe Io The News and
Drive in and let us give
the old bus a good greas
ing and volt'll notice the
drive down the highway.
W e have the most mod
ern greasing equipment.
-, S E R V IC E
, Coy & Robinson
SETH COY. Mgr.
I aiuoli stand and restaurant in
. J : : « -’-7 w
; daw \
The Cinder eHa Shop at MEDFORD
Change o f Management
S u b s r c ib e NOW
DRESSES, COATS AND HATS REDUCED 25% to 50% AND LESS
E \E K \
G o ld H ill N ew s
MLS I (it) — to make room for Midsummer Stocks
COME AND BRING YOUR ERI.XEDS AND SAVE MONEY ON THIS S \I F
Let them share the “2-for-a-little-more-than-one” offers with v . tt. if you wish.
All the News of Gold Hill
and Vicinity for $2 a Year
S ilk D r e sse s
E. T. HAM, Prop.
FRE5H M EATS
Regular $5.95 to $<_).95
Regular $9.95 to $19.95
Regular $14.95 to $24.91;
Or 2 for $10.00
Or 2 for $14.00
Or 2 for $6.00
Specials for Saturday
H A TS
2-lb. pkg. ...... 2 for 25c
Per lb. .................. 10c
Tea Cup Brand, ea. 5c
6 cans ... „
M. J. B. RICE
2-lb. pkg. .............. 17c
Per lb.............„... 7 l-2c
Bring Your Pail
Tall Tins .............. 10c
1-lb. can ................ 35c
10 bars .................. 25c
HODGEN-BREWSTER POULTRY FEED
NEW Spring Coats
All new Spring Styles, in three price groups.
$3 95 to $4.95
$3.95 to $6.95
$4.95 to $7.95
in two special lots
6 .9 5
1 0 .9 5
Many Unusual Specials on Accessori e s: Mesh Hose, Linen Kerchiefs Scurfs
Purses and Undies
Buy Now and Save on Graduation Gifts and Your Own Needs
No Charges, No Approvals on Sale Merchandise.
THE CINDERELLA SHOP