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    The Gold Hill News
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VOLUME XXXVIII
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GOLP HILL. OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1937
1 . .1 I A LX IA J ~a g gg
hat
School Carnival
Is Big Success
Reports Show Interest
In Grange W o r k
JuniorClassPlay
Is Taking Shape
NUMBER W
Garden Club Member« Elect
Officers For Coining Year
Sewage Survey
Ordered Here
Attendance at Grange was good io
The Gold H ill Garden club met at
By Ye Editor
spite ol a rainy evening, on Thurs­
the home of Mrs. Dennis McGuire,
day, A pril 1, and a splendid meeting
Friday, April 2. with a pot luck d in ­
was in Joyed by those present. Tw o
ner at noon. Officers were elected
new members were voted on to take
for the coming year w ith Mrs.
BLACK AND WHITE MINHTEBI the first und second degrees at “A LITTLE CLODHOPPER” TO Eleanor Force selected as president;
A BURNERR NIGHTMARE
C IT Y C O UNCIL TAKES ACTION
Sams Valley on April 3. The third
TUI'S EVENING OF LAUGHS
Mrs. Hertha Kuikman, vice presi­
One night when I lay sleeping
BE PRESENTED FRIDAY
and fourth degrees w ill be given
ON LONG DISCUSSED
dent; Mrs. Madge Dorman, secre­
I dreamed that I had died.
AND FUN
APUIL 16
here on April 15 w ith Sams Valley
tary; Mrs. W illie McLean, treasurer
P R O JE C T
And Io (he Pearly Gates I weal
Grange bringing their new mem­
and Mrs. Fay Harris, historian.
creeping
The carnival and minstrel show bers.
'Raise thut flood so that it misses
Those present were Mesdames,
To try and gel Inside.
At the regular meeting of the city
given by the Gold H ill school April
Committee reports showed a great the hack teaser. Turn on the back Force, Kuikman, Dorman, McLean,
council last Monday evening the
2
was
a
great
success.
Not
a
minute
deal of interest in work done an-t overheads and take out the red in Harris, Gilchrist, Rowers, Holder-
And when I saw SI. Peter
petition relative to extending the
passed without something interest the belief that much is being ac the fools t Move the sofa over a
He said Io h - - - w ith you
ness, Blair, L. T . Cook, Clarence sewer to the Riverside addition was
iug
going
on.
688.40
was
Ihe
amount
complished by the Grange, not only couple of feet and quit sitting on
For you are a dirty cheater,
of money taken in and expenses locally hut as a national organisa the table. Everybody ready— places! (xx>k, Bob Cook, Frost, Hedgpeth, read. The petition has been circu­
So you can rook until your blue.
Kell, Pffley, H. D. Reed, Raymond lated throughout Gold H ill and has
were about $25.00. A little over gOn lion.
Llghla! C urtain!”
Ritter.
over 35 signatuers.
So down the chute I went.
w ill tie made clear. 'Hie carnival
Almost any night now such a
The Ways and Means committee
The next meeting w ill he held at
The council decided to hire Cap
II was an awful ride.
was given Io raise money for bund announced a public card purty for lingo can he heard coming from the
the home of Mrs. L. T . Cook on White of Grants Pass to survey the
1 said that I had been arnt
uniforms.
,
Friday evening. April 9, at 8 o'clock. high school gymnasium where the
Friday, April 16. There is to be a city and especially the Riverside ad­
And then I looked inside.
Everyone tried his luck in Mean»
A special meeting "ol the Home Juniors are putting their play into
flower show at this meeting. Also dition to see how deep the pipes
at
the
wheel
of
fortune,
the
base-
Economics
club
w
ill
be
held
at
the
final
reheursals.
The
gym
is
begin­
You know it looked to me
talks on flow er and bolt’s to be would have to be laid. He w ill also
hall throw and the dart throw. It Grange hall on Tuesday afternoon, ning (o lake on the airs of the thea­
As if I hud been there before.
planted in April.
select the most feasible place for a
you
watched
carefully
you
could
April
20.
Mrs.
Mabel
C.
Mack,
coun­
ter
and
the
stage
jargon
sounds
in­
I looked again to see
disposal plant.
see people digging a little deeper ty home demonstration agent w ill comprehensible to the uninitiated
And I saw klinkers on the floor.
FLOWER SHOW. APRIL IS, 1937
The annual clean-up day which Is
in tlicir pocket for another ten. have charge of this meeting and a ear. For example, "Raise the apron’’
At the home of Mrs. L. T. Cook
usually held in April was postponed
SUm came up to meet me
They couldn't resist those- delicious g(M><l attendance is desired. Mrs. C refers to moving an overhead hang
until some time in May. The date
And said we ure glad you came.
hot dogs cundy or popcorn I
E. Gray, Mrs. S. K. Barnes and Mrs ing. not a hit of feminine wearing
RULES
w ill be set at the next council meet­
Welcome to h - - -, “Here's the key,"
The hand under the direction of Wm. Autenreith w ill have charge of apparel, w hile “spots,” “floods,’
1. Enter as many classes as you ing.
The control» are Just the same.
E. li. Knapp furnished very good refreshments. The social part of the gelatins.’’ “shadows” and “mask can.
The city dads also voted to pur­
meeting w ill he in charge of Mrs. ing out” keep the electrician, Dale
music
throughout
Ihe
evening
I looked around and there w ui Gust
2. Furnish your own containers.
chase
150 feet of one and one-half
Clement,
more
than
busy.
next
speeding up the carnival and adding Alden Galbreath. At t h e
Turning valvts and yelling out
3. Exhibitors are limited to one inch fire hose to be used on th«
much pep.
The 1000 wearing apparel is caus
Grange meeting on April 15. the los­
“Give me more steam, you must,”
entry only in any class.
Siamese connections.
The main feature of the evening ing side in the Sales slip contest w ill ing its troubles, too. “For goodness
And then he jumped about.
4. Decorative arrangements must
A petition was put in by the Odd
sake, take shorter steps and move
was the black and white minstrel serve supper.
lie arranged by exhibitor.
Fellows lodge to have the low er
Just then I heard an awful crash.
The Lecturer’s program consisted like a lady, and don’t bounce when
show with a mixed chorus of 25
5. Ribbons w ill he awarded in half of the building they are occupy­
It was only Miller shooting
voices singing many negro songs. of a skit. “The Light House Keeper” you sit down. And remember to competitive classes.
ing, closed and asking the city
At souls Io set- them smash
Hastus, Liza, Mandy’ Honrs and Hu acted by Mrs. C. E. Gray, Mrs. J. W. wear about three more petticoats to­
6. Flowers must be grown by ex­ council to condemn the awning on
And all Ihe rest were rooting.
Fish,
Miss
Joyce
Handley
and
Mrs.
morrow
night.”
“Ocey,
no
gentle­
fus delighted the crowd with their
hibitor.
the front of the building. Action was
Everywhere I cast my cheaters
numerous wisecracks and kept a Wm. Ferguson. A group of vocal so­ man can w ear a suit like that and
7. No entries accepted after 1 p. m. delayed due to the fact that M r.
los
by
Harold
Fish,
who
is
at
home
slouch.*'
And,
“Please
remember
I saw oil and fans and dust.
smile on every face in the audience.
CLASS 1 — BULBS
Duel of Medford, owner of the prop­
Anil everything had meteres
The Ihrre pickaninnies* Carl anil for a short visit, a singing game, that people danced seriously back
1. Daffodils, three of one variety, erty in question, had informed Mar­
“
h
id
You
Ever
See?’’
and
a
white
in
1900.
You
can't
dance
a
marathon
And the fans wer.- almut to bust.
Tommy Southwick, Hilly Phillips
single.
shal VanHouten that he would close
in these clothes.”
brought the show to a climax w ith elephant exchange were fnjoyed.
2. Daffodils, three of one variety, the building and leave the keys
Everyone was running 'round
A very delicious lunch was served
Such remarks are only a few of
their
song
and
tap
dance.
double.
And turning this und that.
w ith the Marshal. The awning w ill
at the close of the meeting.
those necessary to mold 1937 youth
3. Narcissi, three of single variety. he removed.
Shouting and pushing buttons down
into ladies and gentlemen of 1900.
4. Narcissi, three of double variety
And on the boiler old Satan sat.
Mayor Gilchrist and Recorder B ill
It is hard to believe, even the di­
H. E. C Club Makes Plans
5. Arrangement of jonquils.
Ferguson were Instructed to see
Hr looked at me and cried
rector says so. that in just a few
FOOTS CREEK
For Card Party Friday more days all these calls and re­ 6. Arrangement o f tu lip s .
City Attorney Frank
F arrell to
I want much more production
7. .Single specimen of hyacinth.
NEWS
have him draw np in agreement
Of these darn fools that's died.
marks
w
ill
he
unnecessary
and
only
The Gold H ill H. E. C. club met
8. Any bulb not mentioned above. w ith Paul W right, giving him the
With lots le u oil consumption.
(B y Mrs. M arlon Loaee)
at a special meeting at the Grange the “O. K., Places, Lights, Curtain” CLASS 2 — Long Stemmed Flowers
ose of the acre of ground between
Just then 1 woke up moaning,
Hall A pril 8 w ith 15 members and cry w ill be needed to ring up the
1. Arrangement of one variety.
the Charles Barge and Charles
curtain on “A L ittle Clodhopper.**
one
guest,
Mrs.
J.
M.
Lively,
present.
My clothes were wet with sweat.
2. Arrangement of mixed flowers. Avena places on Rogue river. Mr.
Mrs. Pauline Wahl was the guest
This play promises to be one or
My wife said I had been groaning
CLASS 3 — Short Stemmed Flowers W right w ill level the land and build
of her daughter Mrs. Maude W a tt in The afternoon was spent discussing
the
best
ever
produced
by
the
high
I was glad Io wake you het.
1. Violas, an arrangement.
Medford over the week end. Her the card party to take place Friday
a residence and garage.
school. The addition of costumes
2. Pansies, an arrangement.
grandson Elliott Hutler who form er­ night, April 9 at the Grange hall.
I thereby made a resolution
and
1900
settings
and
manners
Miss Evelyn Martin had charge of
X Arrangement of primulas.
ly lived here with his mother and
To be always good and law ful.
REBEKAH NEWS
makes the production especially in ­
4. Arrangement of anemones.
step father, the late Charles P. the social hour and a very nice pro­
And to obey the constitution
teresting.
You
won't
want
to
forget
There
was a large attendance at
5. Arrangement of violets.
Champlin Sr., who has been employ­ gram was given about the history
For h - - - is much too awful.
to get your ticket for the Junior
the
regular
meeting of Rebekahs on
of
the
entering
of
the
United
6.
An
arrangement
of
any
short
ed by the Shell Oil Company of Med­
— Contributed
play. The play w ill be given Friday
stemmed flow er not mentioned Wednesday evening. W e had two
ford for Ihe past eleven years, has States into the world w ar. America
A pril 16. Admission is 15c and 25c. above.
applications for membership and.
been promoted tb the position ol was sung and Ihe flag was display­
Tickets w ill be on sale after May
W e note where Dr. Townsend has
also elected delegates to the Rebek­
ed
in
the
dining
hail.
retail supervisor in the city of
been Jailed for contempt of Con
ah Assembly which convenes in
Mrs. Mabel Mack, Home Economic 10 by all members of the Junior
Portland. H r plans to move to his
gress. We did not know before, that
Portland May 16. Mrs. Belle Smith
demonstration
for Jackson County class.
new home Immediately.' Mr. E lliot
th i* was punishable by imprison
an Mrs. Carrie Puhi w ere elected
has many friends here who regret w ill meet w ith the local H . E. C.
SAMS
VALLEY
ment. A lot of folks could have
first and second delegates w ith Mrs.
KANES CREEK ITEMS
his departure but are glad to hear on April 20 at 1:00 o'clock in the
been jailed at some time or other
Madge Dorman and Mrs. Delia K ell
(B y Helen Shoem aker)
of his promotion. W hile attending afternoon at the Grange hall. A
NEWS
for wbat they thought about Con
as alternates. We had a good d rill
high school at Rogue River he was large attendance is desired as Mrs.
gress.
Mark w ill bring much worth while
practice after lodge. Our next meet­
Mr. Lively was attending to busi­
one of the oufttaning pupils.
information as she always does.
Sams Valley Grange met Satur ing on A pril 21 w ill be birthday
ness
at
the
Lime
quarry
Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. M, C. Hoomsluiter
Mrs. Bee Galbreath and committee
The best community advertiser is
Mr. Budden and son, Raymond, day evening w ith a large crowd in night and also we w ill have degree
hail as their guests Saturday Mr. w ill have charge of the social hour
a good, live, up-to-date merchant
w
ere
sledding wood for Ed Shoe­ attendance. A fine group of visitors practice again. Beginning .with th«
and Mrs. Ted M iller and Mr. and and Mrs. Pearl Gray, Mrs. Moline
from Gold H ill were present which first meeting in A pril lodge now
who runs a good, live, up-to-date
Mrs. Irving Gromachy of Portland Barnes and Mrs. Wm. Autenreith maker Friday to be used at the
added much to the meeting. They starts at 8 o’clock.
store, who keeps up-to-date in his
Lively lime burner.
who were on their wav to Medford w ill serve refreshments.
merchandising methods and prac­
Mrs. Ed Shoemaker spent Friday- brought tw o candidates to be ini
Io visit Mrs. Groniachy's sister. They
tices. and who makes bis store an
visiting her mother, Mrs. J. W. tiated which made a class of six
were former, friends when Mr. and
attrave place in which to trade and
SCHOOL NEWS
Steelman, who has been ill w ith a taking the first and second de­
Mrs. Hoomsfuiter lived In Portland
lets the trade know it through at­
cold
for several days, but is im­ grees w ith the Sams Valley Team
before buying Riviera Auto Park.
(By Frances Reams)
giving the work. The Antioch Sun
tractive, well written advertising in­
proving.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Clpyd IJick went to
Friday afternoon the Crater Lake
to which has been put some thought
MAYOR G ILC H R IS T expressing
John Wheeler visited the Budden day school put on the program
and sales talk. Such a merchant is Klnmalh Falls Saturday, Mr. Dick Park naturalist Mr. John Doerr fam ily Sunday.
which was much enjoyed.
Gold H ill’s appreciation to the Hon.
an asset to any community and w ill returning to his work at Fort Klam­ showed several reels of moving
Due to the dance being Saturday Mayor Sliehl of Rogue R iver for h i,
Clarence Garrett and daughter
do more to build the town nnd ex­ ath for Ihe summer and she re­ pictures to the students. Some of Leonora visited over the week end night the date of the fancy work tour of Good W ill and presenting
the reels were of the park in the w ith M r and Mrs Ed Shoemaker and auction and entertainment was him w ith an empty ( 7 ) Dottle of
tend its trade territory than a half turning home in the afternoon.
dozen merchants operating under
changed to Wednesday evening, Ap­ Malt Rainier and an Anacin (reliet
D a le
Leland Cramer, eleven -winter when the snow was about' fam ily.
the old system in force in the horse months old son of Mr. and Mrs. H a r­ 40 feet deep. There were many
Mrs. Ralph Dusenberry visited ril 14. Some excellent numbers are of pain.)
and buggy days.
ry Cramer of Birdseye Creek passed skiing scenes and many scenes her folks on Kanes creek Sunday. being prepared for the free program
MRS. GEORGE DORMAN feeding
away in a Medford hospital Monday showing a snowplow at work. Oth­
Mr. and Mrs. Budden and fam ily and everyone is invited to attend
couple of kingfishers all winter
evening following an attack of er reels were of volcanoes in action attended church in Medford Satur­ From all reports the ladies work
w ill be w ell worth seeing. No ad­ and then the birds returning the
pneumonia. He leaves, besides his in Hawaii. Some of these pictures day.
mission w ill be charged.
favor by eating up her gold fish.
parents, three «M ers and one bro­ were colored making them especial­
Friends of Marie Seegmiller, wh<
ther. Funeral services were held ly awe-inspiring. Before showing GARDEN club to give
JACK M A R TIN
and PHYLLIS
Thursday nt the Gold H ill cemetery. the films Mr. Doerr gave a very In ­
ANNUAL BANQUET MONDAY graduated from the local high
school last spring, were surprised t< M ILLER walking to school under
teresting talk on the history of
Mrs. Tom Henderson who lives
Southern Oregon and the lava beds
The Gold H ill Garden club w ill learn of her marringe to John Bur­ one of C. W .’s caps.
near Delta Farm on the highway
It hag MERIT!
of northern California. He also give its annual birthday dinner next ton of Medford. The young coupli
west of Gold H ill entertained ,a
made explaning remarks about the Monday evening in the Odd Fellows have a large number of friends here
ED SHOEMAKER remarking thal
number of relatives and friends
It ha« HUMOR
pictures whenever It was necessarv hall. All Garden club ladies, their who wish them a very successfui ¡he depression is over since the
from Medford Sunday in honor of
or added to the interest.
mushroom season has arrived.
husbands and invited guests w ill at­ married life.
It has STYLE (1890)
her mother Mrs. Artie Dorn's sev­
The Ladies club held their annua'
The
score
of
the
baseball
game
tend.
enty-first birthday.
banquet last Wednesday evening-
Tuesday evening played between
LEONARD K ELL taking knitting
It has All The Mak­
with two plays, music and games as lessons from his mother in prepara­
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lance nnd Gold H ill and St. Marys of Medford
NOTICE
niain features of the entertainment. tion for the Junior play.
daughter Ruth of W olf Creek w ere was 28 to 10 In our favor. At this
ings of a Good Show
At the regular meeting of the
Saturday evening dinner guests at game Ihe system of selling booster
There w ill be a big dance at the
the home of Mr. and Mrs. George tags to those who wished to buy Beagle hall Saturday night, A pril It), school board Monday evening alt
ROMEO BLAIR and his g irl friend
AND NOT A
Lance. They plan Io move this week them was introduced. The prices
present teachers were re-hired w ith caught in an A pril shower while
sponsored
by
the
Grange
Ways
and
DRAWBACK
from W olf Creek, where they have of 5 and 10 cents brought in enough Means committee. The well known the exception of Prof. Empey. who picking w ild flowers.
lived for nearly two years to 831 to pay for the transporting of Ihe Cascade Wranglers” w ill furnish has accepted the principalship of
North Sixth Street, in Grants Pass. team to the next game away from the music and entertainment. Don't Pleasant H ill school near Eugene.
L T. COOK trying to keep his
“A LITTLE
Patrons of the school were sorry to w ife supplied w ith tickets at the
The change is being made so their home.
miss IL
CLODHOPPER”
lose Mr. Empey, as he has given school carnival.
daughter Ruth, who is attending
The following merchants donated
splendid service here, but are glad
high school at Gold H ill can attend prizes for the school carnival last
SMALL PHOTOS
to learn of his advancement to a
the Grants Pass high school next Friday. Abe Becker, paper towels
LIN S DORMAN impersonating the
Four poses, in four minutes, for larger school.
year. Mr. Lance w ill drive to his and hangar; Seth Coy. 5 gallons gas,
sacking room foreman Thursday.
on«
dime.
Larger
photos.
Copying.
W m. Duggan is making satisfac­ April 8.
work as pilot on the dredge owned Mrs. Susie Coy, one big custard pie.
Enlarging, Coloring. Open day and
tory recovery from a badly cut foot
by the Rogue River Gold company- They were omitted from last week’s
evening. Palm Bldg, 107 East Main received ten days ago w hile he was
al Grave Creek.
list.
EARL MOORE singing as he mow­
S t, Medford.
chopping wood.
ed his lawn in the rain.
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