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T H E G O LD t i l l I N E W S
AN N U AL COMMENCEMENT
FINAL WEEK OF
SCHOOL IS BUSY
(jo I cl H ill High School
'Ihursduy Evening, May T w rn ty -H Ix lh , Nineteen Hundred T h irty -tw o
Eight (»'('lurk at the High School Gymnasium
Honors Aw aided Friday
"Come Io Hie F air”
FOR JOHN LOGAN
Burial at Rock Point S atur
Mrs. Minnie Guy
day; Is Third Pneumonia
High School Girls
Funeral services for John Henry
Logan, 27, were held al Sacred
I ndiealing H im I they are entirely
Heart church in Medford and at
rises this evening, the school yeur
Gold H ill School Itoek Point cemetery near Gold H ill
out of sympathy w ith present con
1931-1932 w ill tie o ffic ia lly ended, Orchestra .......
"W ar Eagle Marcii"
Saturday morning. May 21.
ditions—economic and otherwise—
Hie grade school pupils huving fin
His death was due Io pneumonia
ishrd th eir class duties last Friday,
mid evidently feeling that the coun
while Ihe high school students com
1. E. Vininu eontraeied al H ilt, Oregon, where
ty officials arc mainly to blame,
he had been employ! d in lumber
pleted fin al examinations the first
"Your Cliunee in Hie Great T om orrow "
voters of Jackson county went to
m ills fo r the Iasi two and u half
of tin- week, ami report curds were
the polls last Friday and nominated
Gold H ill High School months. He was ill less than a
clulined on 1 uesduy by the lower Mixed Chorus
an almost new ticket of candi
week, his sickness fo llo w in g close
dates for tile general election this
on Ihe death of two others em
ployed ai the camp, one being L.
The program for Coiiitiieiiccineiit V nlriliclo riun
There were but three exceptions.
J. Robinson, also of Gold H ill who
this evening, is published else-
The county treasurer and the asses
"D own Through Hie Agi s w
was buried here May 12. This is
sor had no opposition, ami George
High School also Ihe th ird death in Gold H ill
Among activities marking Ih r rinse Boys* Chorus
Codding, democratic district attor
due to pneumonia, de|Mit agent J.
"Bells of ihe Sea"
of the school year wus liie burea
ney, retained his right to run for re-
S. Prime having succumbed two
e'cetion next fall.
Presentation of Buifour Key .
Mr. Meisinger wc eks ago.
W ith a large field Io pick from
John Henry Logan was born a t
delivered a s tirrin g address, urging I rcM 'iilutioii of Diplomas
. . .Mr. Cornull
in most rases, the judgeship wus the Senior Class Play Is
Nashwauk, Minnesota, January 10,
Hie griiiim -hs to build w ell Iheir
only one in which the present in-
Mrs. Minnie Guy 1905, and died Thursday, May 19,
H ighly Successful house f character, w llh its three Itere union til
eumlicnt got a reasonable share of
al Sacred Heart hospital in Medford.
CLASS BO l.l.
votes. Judge C. It. M in k in running
Tile senior elans play. “ At Hie social life. And hi- pleaded ttial ils
He attended Coluinbl n U nivrrsity
a close second to Earl Fehl on the Sign of the Pewter Jug.” which was
W illard Crofl nl Portland, and later graduated
Velma SI. Claire
presented last Thursday and Friday
Zeldu Smith from Oregon Slate college. On May
In this race, Fehl, who has waged evenings, was well re'elvetl by the
23. IU2K he was nlurried Io May Kell
V irgil Edinglon
\\ illiu in Conner
a b itter fight against what he terms tw o large audiences w hich nl-
of Gold H ill at Corvallis, and in
•'gang” politicians, in which he in t t tided.
Cl.ASS MOT I'D
November moved to Bend. Oregon,
cludes everyone who is in anyway
“ The higher we rise Ihe broader Ihe view.”
Each of the eleven members of statements, nnd which held Ih r in
where the y lived fo r tw o years. The
connected w ith present county o f the Class of *32 bad a part in the ,
terest of his audience every minute. Colors: Blue und Silver
Flower: White Bose Bud last two years have been spent at
ficers, or supporting them, received play nnd all were well east.
Gold H ill, where Ih eir many friends
The church was lirn u lifu lly ilecor-
2-125 voles to I.amkins 2071. The oth
“ The Sign of the Pewter Jug' uleil fo r the occasion w ith a profu
knew him us Johnny.
er three men in the race polled a was an old English Inn in New Eng
in college Johnny Logan was one
scattered 2-131 voles out of the 0977 land which three young American I
of Oregon Slate's finest football
cast—more than were cast for Fehl, girls were tryin g Io run success
Redwoods Hotel Tuesday ends, nnd at Gold H ill he won im
H ill Ball Team 7-0
alone, indicating that 4552 vot fu lly in order to claim a *511.000 Hie glee clubs rounded oul the eve
mediate recognition on the base-
ers were not in favor of Fehl.
Behind excellent sup|torl, Frank
inheritance from an eccentric uncle. 1 Achievements of high school stu-
Members o f the Senior class and bull diamond. Because of his un
W. H. Phipps secured the demo
The plot included the arrival of i
Thompson shut out the Gold H ill
assuming friendliness, he had a
cratic nomination fo r judge over n prince, who in turn, attracted | denis during Ihe year were recog team last Sunday w ith a superb of Hie faculty of Gold H ill higi,
wide circle o f friends, and from
J. F. W ortman, and w ill oppose other tourists, among them a rich
Thursday when awards for p artici pitching performance thut came eourlesy given by the Junior class over the entire state came expres
Fehl next fall.
w idow, the premier of I he prince's
near being a no-hit no-run guine.
sions of sympathy from those, who,
The sheriff race, in which nine country who wanted him to return pation in music ami athletics were Two scratch infield hits, one in the lusl Tuesday evening, at the Bed-
like Ihe entire Gold H ill community,
republicans and two democrats nnd rule his w ar-torn country, and
fifth inning and one in (lie ninth
were stunned by his sudden pass
were entered, saw Sheriff Ralph G. a Texas rancher, who claimed the
Table decorations were carried
were all that Thompson yielded,
Jennings, democratic incumbent, de. prince had victimized him nnd oth
oul very attractively in Ihe class
Father John L arkin of Portland,
dent receiving recognition was re while strikin g oul 15 men ami w alk
fcated by Gordon Schermerhorn. er unsuspecting Texans.
ing 2. Two sensational slops were colors— blue and silver, 'the uir- one of his closest friends at Colum
Everett Beeson is the republican
plane m otif wus used to illustrate
A retiring elderly student of sci
bia, came to preach the funeral
I'lie fo llo w in g boys rereived bus- made by the Nelson brothers and
nominee, huving a 47-vote margin ence nlso takes up lodging.
the eluss motto, “ The liig lie r we
sermon and officiate at the services
over Phil l-owd, his nearest oppon
As the play progresses, Ihe guest
a hall into Ihe outfield. Kell, pitch rise, the broader the view,” in Ihe al Ihe grave, w hile pall-bearers
ent, w ith the seven other republi registered as Ihe prince, proves Io bert Lingren, De los Walker, Wayne ing for Gold H ill, was touched for loust program. Mr Meisinger was
were chosen from his friends in
cans tra ilin g , although Charles be a stock swindler, while Ihe lie -. IliginhoHiam. Glenn Lingren, Clar 14 hits, struck out 5, amt walked toustiiiusirr und Ihe progrum was as
other phases of his life. They were:
I*. Talent and Charles Slueey were loved handy-hoy about the Inn ad
one. Ba,-lie und Thompson led i allows:
Joe Quirk, his fra te rn ity brother
a close th ird and fourth. The oth mits that he, himself. Is Ihe prince, Tompkins ami W illard Crofl.
Class W ill, Zelda Smith.
nnd roommate at O. S. C.; Connie
Those receiving awards for base Glendale’s h itting attack w i t h
er five each polled less than 500.
Colors o f airplane, blue und s il u n d Michael
instead of just a plain American col ball were: Clarence Kell, Kenneth three hits apiece.
Other republican victors are:
Gold H ill w ill play Itogue River ver.
Binkley and George Dugan, all of
George Carter, fo r county clerk,
The three sisters runnin glhc Inn
on the local diamond Sunday morn
Bend, und Aurele Mennier o f this
who defeated D elilia Stevens Meyer, were W llna Poe, Roberta Braden kins. Claire Johnson, Herbert Ling ing al 10:00 .This game is being ar
I ’ropellor, Wallace Iverson.
ren, Howland M iller, Delos Wulker
Wings, Minnie Harrison.
and Opal tlayes. The scientist,
ranged nt thut time so as not Io
He is survived by his w ife, May
C. It. Bowman w ill run on the re John Eli ming, proved Io lie Ihe un and Derwin Mnpcl.
Engine, W illa rd C rofl.
conflict w ith Ihe doubleheader al
Kell I.ogan nnd tw o sons, Charles
publican ticket fo r County Superin- cle, who had made the unusual be
Gas, Opal Hayes.
Edward, three years old, and Jo
presi nled Io Lucille W heatley, Nel Medford in the afternoon when Ihe
tead« nt, leading A. J. Hanby and quest, which he granted Ihe girls,
Builder, John Fleming.
lour teams of Hie Itogue Valley
seph W illis, tw o months; his par
Susanne Homes Carter, incumbent. and w hieli they recovered from Ihe
V heels, Veliua St. Clair.
league w ill play benefit games for
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Lo
Ralph Billings, commissioner can lake prince, who had found Hie fifty Smith, Florence W nlklin, Edith Dus Mrs. John Logan and sons. Mr. Lo
Pilot, W ilna Poe
gan und his sister, Mary, of Burns.
didate, defeated W. E. Morris and thousund dollars hills liidd.-n ill Hie
Stabilizers, Roberta Braden.
gan was a form er member of sev
Johnny, who was known to many
inhothain ami Jeanne Hnmmersly.
L . M. Sweet.
Airways forecast, 15 years from here who had seen him play re
pewter jug. The ri al prince fell in
eral valley teams.
Frank Perl ousted H. W. Conger, love w ith Ihe rich w idow ’s dnugh
now, Edith Dusenberry und Gene markable baseball, had a state
pleting tw o years of glee club suc
county coroper, by 300 votes.
ter, who was IK instead of- III.
wide reputation as a football player.
cessfully): V irgil Edinglon. Kenneth
W illiam Briggs defeated T. J. En
Follow ing Ihe banquet and pro
Two of the girls found lovers In Wald. Edith
Of him, L. H. Gregory, sports
rig ht fo r the district attorney nom ihe Texan nnd Ihe prince’s premier,
Mrs. Boy Centers was surprised gram the juniors look the seniors w rite r fo r Ihe Oregonian says:
ination, and George Porter was w hile Ihe third, who had been at
al a party at her home Saturday Io a show nt Ihe Stale Theater
In a game, played on M ult
chosen republican nominee fo r state tracted by the smooth longue of rison.
evening in honor of his twenty- where they saw "Young America,” nomah field against Idaho Novem
Ihe swindler, Leroy Tompkins, pleting one year successfully): Lu sixth birthday. The guests playtd w hich wus enjoyed by all.
ber 19, 1927, Johnny's football in
In brief, the republican nnd dem learned her b ille r lesson.
stinct gave Oregon State a touch
cille Wheatley, llealriee Palmer, games and danced, everyone having
ocratic tickets next fall w ill read:
C O M M U N IC A T IO N
V irg il Edinglon was ideally east Edith Dusenberry and Helen Mer a pleasant evening. I.ate In the eve
down on the fourth play after the
as the avenging Texas rancher, and
ning lovely refreshments were serv
opening kick-off. Darwin Burgher,
Judge, Earl Fehl.
Gold H ill, Ore., May 23. now couching nt Medford high, was
W illiam Conner made a dignified
In addition Ihe outstanding schol ed by Mrs. Belle Centers. Those
Sheriff, Everett Beeson.
premier. Zelda Mae Smith gave a ars w ill appear on Ihe commence present were: Mr. and Mrs. Win. E ditor The News:
Johnny’s victim , Burgher, on his
Clerk, George Carter.
" I recently visited the Savage own 24-yard line, dropped back ap
fine porlrayal of Hie rich American ment program, Minnie Harrison, Force and daughters, Mr. and Mrs.
Commissioner, Ralph Billings.
widow, ami Minnie Harrison as the
Lawrence* Whitsett, Mr. nnd Mrs. Itapids dam w ith a party and noted
School Superintendent, C. R. Bow Irish cook, brought down Ihe house who has received Hie hig hisl grades, Dale Norton nnd children, Mrs. fishing conditions there. As 1 had parently to punt, hut instead -of
giving Hie valedieiory address, ami
punting, heaved a pass.
w llh her violent, but harmless scold, ZeRla Mae Smith, who is a close Annie Faulk, Mrs. B. A. Boss, Mr. often wondered why salmon fishing
The pass probably would have
D isirict Attorney, W illiam Briggs. ings in a thick Irish brogue.
second, appearing as snlutalorian. amt Mrs. Joe I.ewis, Join, Brenner, was not belter in Ihe upper rive r eaught Oregon State napping badly
Stale representatives, Day.
Miss Edith Fenwiel^ directed, and On Ihe same program, Ihe Balfour Mrs. Dewey, Mr. and Mrs. Turn lien and I have talked w ith several but for Logan. Somehow he sensed
Coroner, Frank Perl.
much credit is due her.
Key, a eoveled token, w ill he award derson. B ill King, Mrs. Boy Camer sportsmen who claim it used to be the play. Instead o f coming in Io
Mrs good before the dam was put in, rush Burgher, he stepped bnek. When
ed Ihe outstanding nil around grad on and daughter
Sheriff, Gordon Schermerhorn.
conditions seemed Io answer my the pass was throw n he was just in
Odd Fellow« and Rebekah»
ual,'. As is Ihe custom the Iden
Judge, W. H. Phipps.
question. There were ions of sal- the right spot to intercept it, and
Elect Officer« Thi» W eek
Clerk, i.ewis U lrich.
w ill not he announced u n til com- Paul McKinnis, Kendall Dufur, Mrs. 111011 m illin g up and down Ihe rive r he prom ptly turned the interception
Commissioner, H. T. Pankey.
Belle Centers, Mr. and Mrs. Boy which ihe fishermen claim they do into a 30 yard dash to a touchdown.
Gold H ill I. O. <). F. I.odge No. mcneemenl night.
School Superintendent, Earl Rog
fo r days.
This particular game was a very
129 nt its regular meeting Tuesday
"Are Ihe fishways effidient <0 hard, battering struggle, w ith Paul
presented Thursday ami Friday, and
D istrict Atlorney, George Cod
Mrs. Mahoney and sons, Mike and lei the salmon reach the upper rlv - Hutchinson nnd the giant, B ill Ker-
of Ihe Junior-Senior banquet Tues
Hie coming six months term.
and Ted Meagher, Lloyd er? If not, is the fisli1 11ml game ,^ ,„1 1 , oj Idaho eventually turning
M erritt H ittle was elected Noble day evening are found in another
Slate represenlative, E. C. Kelly.
George Dugan of Bend, commission doing anything to see whnl looked like a 7-0 Oregon Stale
Mr. Codding, present district at Grand, Norman Bailey was chosen
B. II. Logan of Klam that ample fishways are provided? victory into a 13-7 Idaho w in in Ihe
torney is (he one exception In the vice grand. Appointive officers
“ As a laxpuyer and sportsman I last few minutes.
Larkin, and son. Fa
wholesale "honseclenning” in coun w ill be announced Inter.
feel that it is not fa ir Io Ihe upper
A little incident of the game s till
Officers of Amethyst Rebekah
Portland were among those from a rive r sportsmen to retard the sal- stands out in my mind ns a won
lodge chosen al Wednesday night’s
I.asl Friday, May 21), was not only distance who attended the funeral 111011 run, if such is being done, nnd derful example of sportsmanship—
meeting are: Pauline Thompson,
CARD OF THANKS
that ample fishways should be pro nnd w ith Johnny Logan ns the hero.
Noble Grand; Carrie Puhi, Vice (lection day all over Ihe stale but of John Logan Iasi Saturday. Sev
vide I in all eases nnd I feel that It happened.in the last quarter, just
We take this way of (hanking Grand; Rebecca Boss, secretary, and
Hie game and fisli commission before Idaho got her w inning drive
body also wcnl Io the noils lhat
Ihe many friends for Iheir kindness Lucy Mcc, treasurer.
day ami ns the result selected Hie spring, nnd other employees of the should make investigation.”
during our recent bereavement, and
J. W. HARRISON.
follow ing members ns officers for lumber m ill al H ilt, were also pres
This is what I wrote about It nt
fo r Ih r beautiful flowers.
the fail term : Clarence Kell, presi ent.
time. The quotation is from ihe
MBS. JOHN H. LOGAN,
Mrs. Jane Cook and daughter, gossip column of Monday, Novem-
nt Burns, Oregon, Saturday, fo llo w dent; Dora Sinllli, vice president;
Mrs. Maybelle Dotson spent Mon Bernice, were visiting friends on
N ellie Slone, secrclary-treasurer and
MB. nnd MBS. ED LOGAN. ing funeral services for their son
(Continued on Back Pag»)
Evans Creek Sunday.
visiting friends in Medford.
and brother, John Henry Logan.
MB. and MBS. C. KELL.