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About Gold Hill news. (Gold Hill, Jackson County, Or.) 1897-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1932)
THE GOLD HILL MEWS THURSDAY, MAY A 1933
was supporting Price, the rival Ida
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dennis were GRANTS PASS CINDERELLA
ho end. Price had been hurl on
SHOP H AS DRESS SALE
visiting friends in Rogue River Sun
FOR JOHN LOGAN the preceding play, hul In the ex
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citement nobody noticed IL lime
After a successful sale at the
was taken out while Idaho made a
B. A. Ross and Ace Tindall left Cinderella shop in Medford, Mrs. h e r 21. P.I27:
substitution and Price was led off
Monday for Klamath River where
Grants Pass and Medford stores in minutes left to play, with Oregon the field.”
they will mine.
W till Price heh>li“ s, Jolmny might
the Cinderella organisation, is now State still abend, 7 Io tl. Any little
have said nothing, he could base let
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Walker and conducting a similar sale ut Grants thing might lie the turning point.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moore have pur Pass.
t he teams had just lined up. Ida the Idaho play atari, then era It
chased milk cows this week for
The purpose of these events is to ho was about Io pul the hall In play through Ids wobbling rival lo break
reduce slocks to make way for in front punt formation when sudden II up, but he wouldn't lake any such
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Force spent their family use.
Fred Baker of Yreka, California,
summer ready -Io-wear, and ly Johnny Logan, Oregon Slate right advantage. That’s the kind of a lad
Mrs. Nichols of Glendale, a for the merchandise is priced at a new end, ealled lo the officials Io slop Johnny Logan was.
is spending this week with rela Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Force at Eagle Point.
mer resident of Gold Hill, called on low level for this territory. As at the play.
I got I hr facts about that Inrl-
tives and friends in this city.
friends here Wednesday,
from the Idaho players litem
“ 'W ail a minute,’ said Logan.
Mrs. Minnie Lowe and son Dee
selves. At their hotel after the gtnne
of Medford spent Saturday with Mr. and Monday doing work at the
Mrs. C. B. Rowe ami Mrs. ('ora ues will be found, in both hats and ‘Here's an Idaho man hurl."
“And then what? Players, offi they were talking about Johnny's ac
and Mrs. J. C. Walker in this city. ceuietary in Antioch.
Hargrave of Vallejo, California, dresses.
Mrs. Swaxey also announces that cials and spectators suddenly noted tion. It made a deep Impression on
Mr. and Mrs. Velty Biles of Med
Miss Mildred Wyatt of Sams Val
they will handle a fine line of that Logan had left his position and (Item, and no wonder.
ley was visiting friends in this city ford were visiting friends in this with their niece. Mrs. Millie Walk youthful styles for the larger worn
er. amt suggests that the ladies of
Mrs. Minnie Guy and daughter, Grants Pass and its trade terri
For smart ready to wear of good
Misses Edith Fenwick and Al
quality, moderately priced s e e bertina Hankey were business call Aileen, of Medford, were in this lory, bring their dress problems Io
city, Sunday attending baccalaur the Cinderella shop, where they wilt 1
ETHELWYN B. HOFFMANN’S, op era in Medford Monday evening.
find a wide range of sizes and ’
posite postoffice, Medford. M12-J2
Ralph Cupp who is working for
Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Cook and son the S. P. company in Hilt, spent Sat
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Ilotlges of styles for all types.
E. T. HAM, Prop.
Alva, returned Monday to their mine urday and Sunday with relatives in Marshfield visited here Tuesday
Job printing at The News office.
on Foots Creek where they will
with Mrs. Millie Walker and Mrs.
R. L. Miller.
Howard Drake had the misfortune
Mrs. Annie Faulk of Oroville,
Mrs. Kais returned Saturday to
California, spent several days this to strain the ligaments of his left
week with her sister, Mrs. Dale leg Saturday morning while mov her home in Medford after spend
ing a sack of potatoes. He was ing several days with her father.
Norton and family in this city.
• Roy Cameron cut his knee with quite lame for a day or two but Mr. Hall, in this city.
an ax Saturday morning, inflicting has recovered now.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris moved Tues
Mr. Perkypile, formerly agent at day from the John Ritter house in
a painful injury. At first it was
thought that the knee-cap had been Central Point, where the S. P. re to the house owned by Bertha Coy,
tut through, but when the wound cently closed their station, succeed and formerly occupied by Mr. and
SHREDDED W HEAT
was dressed it was revealed that the ed Grady Farrington, temporary and Mrs. Marvin Emory.
pkg». . ...
cut was not as deep as at first rgent*here this week. Mr. Farring
Mr. and Mrs. W m. Ferguson and
feared. Mr. Cameron is able to ton returned to his home in Port
Drive in and let its gi\.
Mrs. Earl Moore anil Buy Thompson
walk quite well by this time.
left Monday for Eugene where they
the old bits a good greas
attended Grand Lodge ns delegatis
ing and vou’ll notice the
of the local I. O. O. F. and Re
PORK and BEANS
NEW SH IPM EN T
W H ITE WONDER
4 c a n » ......................... 25c
Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Gilchrist were
drive down the highway.
called to the home of Mrs. Gil
christ’s father. Saturday, having re
10 bar» ................... 25c
GRAPE NUT FLAKES
ceived word that he had passed
ern greasing equipment.
FRESH M EATS
gtoBTO.’, ' H I H i '
Specials for Saturday
Also a Fine Line of Ladies’ Summer W eight
General Line of Grocery and Dry Good«
J \F E
biv^ER V K E
CLEANING - PRESSING
Your cleaning done at the
Pantcrium is always done
right. Our experts in
clothes-care know how!
Leave Your Bundle at the
Hi-W ay Inn, Gold Hill
M. J. B. Jr. COFFEE
1 -lb- packcge»
T. il Cm»
SETH COY. Mgr.
latneh si mid and restaurant in
HODGEN-BREW STER POULTRY FEED
The Cinderella Shop
at Grants Pass
Change of Management
HAM and BACON
TEA CUP MILK
Coy & Rcbinson
No. 2 1-2 tins 2 for 25c
BOTH ARE SUGAR-CURED. A REAL TREAT
We are stocking a small supply of Fresh Meats
temporarily, until the deal for sale of the
local market is closed.
Gold H ill Supply
Phone 8 I,
“W here Price» Sell Quality’’
A. A. WALKER
THREE UNU SU A L GROUPS OF
S m a r t S ilR D r e s s e s
Reduced 25 to 50 Per Cent
Bring a friend and buy two dreeses for a little more than the price of one dress.
On account of the extremely low price» no charge», no C. O. D’s.
Plain Colors or Prints
Regular $5.95 to $9.95 Values. Reduced to .........................
Or 2 Dresses for $6.00
F e a tu rin g c o u rte s y a n d
’c o m f o r t . . . A q u ie t lo c a
t i o n y e t c lo s e t o t h e
p r i n c i p a l c e n t r e s ...........
F r iij’id a ir e a n d m o d e rn
'a p p o in tm e n ts
th ro u g h o u t.
RATES BY THE DAY, WEEK OR
MONTH ARE MOST MODERATE
Better Grade Dresses
Reg. $9.95 to $14.95
P re tty colorful new P rints in i 2 sizes
Very smart in plain, pastel or prints.
— sizes 38 to 44. Reg. values $12.95 to
Or 2 for $8.00
$24.95 a t $6.88 each — 2 for $12.00
The Cinderella Shop
A N G U S M AC LEA N
M o n a g tr
GRANTS PASS, OREGON
1 0 4 0 G E O R G IA STREET WEST