Gold Hill news. (Gold Hill, Jackson County, Or.) 1897-19??, April 22, 1937, Image 8

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    The Gold Hin Htwt, <UM Hffl, O ra«»
Thursday, April It, 1117
spend the week here while hts to Medford Mouday where he vis­
TRADERS CLUB, care General De­
mother is attending the RNA con­ ited a doctor.
livery, Medford, Oregon.
vention in Medford.
Robert Leep is working for Mr.
W A NTED
Mr. and Mrs. P. J Gerges and
Kief.
daughter Paula June of Klamath
Hides, wool and mohair, Junk
€
Falls spent the week end the guests
butteries, radiators, scrap iron and
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Flllon stop­ all kinds of metal.
of Mr and Mrs. John Cook. They
ped a few minutes Sunday to see
also visited friends and relatives in
GRANTS PASS BARGAIN HOUSE
Evans Valley Saturday and called J W. Harrison. Fred Homel called
82C S. Oth
Grants Puss
Mrs. Celia Edlcr visited relatives
V irginia Centers is staying with
there
the
same
day.
on Sams Valley friends Sunday.
in Beagle Friday.
Mrs. John Smith while Mr Smith
Far information on the best fresh
is employed at Marble Mountain
Mrs. Beulah Nuthan and daugh­
Joe llainmersly was up the creek
paint obtainable at money saving
Chris Jorgensen was a business
ter of Klamath Falls came Wednes­ Monday and again Tuesday.
prices see or w rite to E. A. Pelletier,
Mrs. Minnie
Byerly
went
to day to make their home w ith Mrs.
visitor in Ashland Monday.
Klamath Falls Sunday to be the Nathan's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Misa Mitchell is directing the 7tli Gold H ill representative of the Dav­
Mr and Mrs Fred Riedel and Mr. guest of Mrs. Mary Ferguson for
is Paint Company, Money buck
Wm. Autenreith. Mrs. Nathan has and 8th grade girls chorus and the
and Mrs. Frank Riedel of Eugene several days.
guarantee, freight prepaid.
8th
grade
girls
in
singing
for
the
employment in Medford and w ill
visited w ith Mrs. Susie Coy Friday.
graduation exercises.
drive back and forth.
Bob Kies returned to his home
SPECIALS
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ross moved here Monday evening after spend­
A joint birthday party was given
A
ll
sises
of
wuter pipe and f il­
this week into the Al Pankey house ing several days in the Medford for Lolita Routh and Gene Holder-
lings; farm logging, and mining im ­
recently vacated by Grover Price. hospital.
More
Taxes—
ness Thursday at the Carl Routh
plements; exceptional low prices
home. Those present were Barbara
on quick silver.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wise visited
Or Lew Spending?
Mr. and Mrs Olney ’^ n g to n of and Marcia Centers, Theresa and
All kinds and sises of incubators,
Friday with Mr and Mrs. Elmer Shasta,
California
visited
here Pat Ross. Patty Clements. Josephine
H> R A Y M O N D P IT C A IR N
coal-burner brooders; cream sep­
Ross on Thompson Creek.
Tuesday and Wednesday while hav­ Davis, Lolita Routh, Gene Holder­
/VdflaMot/ ( AuirmaMi
arators; large assortment of sew­
ing repair work done on their car.
ness, Mrs. Roy Centers, Mrs. Paul
_
Sen/mr/i al ihr Hf-puhhc -- -
Bill Wamsley and Harvey Hunt
ing machines; exceptional low
Holderness. Mrs. Jim Clement, Mrs.
of Portland called at the Art Shoe­
News dispatches I rum Wasnmgton re­ prices on battery set radios; .Sim­
Dick Byerly and Ernie Kelt mo-
maker home Wednesday evening.
! tored to Crescent City Thursday Tony Ross. Mrs. Carl Routh and port that growing numbers of Con­ mons beds and springs; a complete
gressmen. largely from the agricultural
Mrs. Tom Robinson.
line of garden tools, including hand
districts, are announcing their deter­
Miss Ruth Byerly of Ashland spent where they visited w ith Clarenre
cultivators and lawn mowers. Gel
Kell
who
is
working
there.
mination
to
stem
the
tide
of
rising
the week end w ith her aunt, Mrs.
taxes.
our prices on building and roofing
COMMUNICATIONS
Paul Thompson.
Mrs. Lola Reed and Mrs Viola
From the same source come reports paper, barb w ire and nails.
of mounting living costs
John Hays left Tuesday evening Hockersmilh of Medford visited |
C AUTION
GRANTS PASS BARGAIN HOUSE
Probably the one statement explains
on the train for Portland where he Monday w ith Mrs. Susie Coy and
626 S. 6th
Grants Pass
the other For. as the protesting Con­
family.
w-ill spend the summer.
As spring is here a great many gressmen realise high rout of govern­
contemplate putting out poison bar­ ment and high eoet of living are
Mr. and Mrs. C liff Peters of
Mrs. Ella Patrick left Friday for
ley as put out by the government, ndlmolubty linked. They rise or fall
Fort Klamath where she w ill spend Klamath Falls visited Sunday at the also bought as squirrel poison. It is together. And both levy their heavy
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. E Shoe­
’.all at the same source— the Income
some time w ith her sister.
advisable to use care to put same ■ nd savings of the American worker
maker.
GOLD HILL LODGE NO. 129
well down in the holes so the game md earner
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hutchins of
Meets Every Tumday Night
b.rds
don't
get
it,
as
it
is
sure
death
Mrs.
Bert
Stevenson
of
Grants
How
can
th
a
t
toll
be
reduced?
Sams Valley called at the home of
A
rthur
Gorham, Noble Grand
Advocates of a tighter burden of tax-
Pass visited with her daughter Mrs. to poultry and game birds which 1
M r and Mrs John Cook Sunday.
Robert K. Cook, Vice Grand
Earl Moore and family Sunday eve­ have seen tested. It has killed full itton offer the obvious answer: "Reduce
Toney Boss, Secretary
ovemment expenditure^." Backed by
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Blevins visited ning.
grown hens.
fflcutl statistics, they point out that
Win. Ferguson, Treasurer
friends and relatives in Grants
I have also seen a number of dead •ven though more tax money la pour-
YOU ABE WELCOME
Mr. and Mrs Milo Lamb and son quail lying around near where the
Pass Sunday.
ng mto the Federal coffers than In
Kenneth of Medford visited with poison grain was put and a part)
artier years, outgo still exceeds In-
Frank Fink returned Monday from Mr and Mrs. Earl Moore Monday
told me the pigeons got some and it ” me
Portland where he has spent some evening.
Cut the outgo, they uisist. and taxes
killed several.
time with his mother. Mrs. Eva
will not have to be increased They
J.
W
.
Harrison
Mrs. Lola Reed left Thursday for
may even be lessened, thus hastening
Wigle, who has been quite ill, but
FOR SALE
the progress of recovery and wide­
Bonneville where she w ill spend
is now rapidly improving.
spread re-em ploym ent
several days w ith her sis'er, Mrs. SARDINE CREEK NEWS
1937 FORD SEDAN
The American people are doing their
By Mr». F. N. Tygari
Eva Wright.
CAREFUL
SERVICE
Mrs. Minnie Rowe of Vallejo, Cal­
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Craig of
ifornia. Mrs. Annie Meyers and E l­ Sayre, Oklahoma, returned here last
lis Gall of Ashland visited Sunday at week. They spent pari of last year
tile home of their niece, Mrs. M illie here and at Bend.
Walker.
Mrs. Arnold Kirtley and Mrs. V lr-
Word has been received here of
the death of Bert Wheeler, a form­ g.I H ill left Tuesday to join their
at
er resident of Gold H ill. He is a husbands who are employed
Bend.
brother in law of Mrs. Geo Haff.
COY’S SERVICE STATION
Mrs. J. W Cramer and son Billy
Mr. and Mrs. L. Dike of Medford
Seth Coy, Prop.
of Klamath Falls visited a short were visitors in the Fiene home
w hile Monday w ith her mother. I Sunday
Mrs Art Shoemaker.
Billy- wiH
Mrs. Melvin Burnett left last F ri­
day
to join her husband at Susan­
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ville, California. ’
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CASH IN ON THIS BIG 25c MARKET
Let Us change your oil to Signal 4-Star Motor
Oil — Which Has:
1. Triple Film Strength
2. Low Carbon Content
3. Stronger Heat Resistance
Signal 4-Star Motor Oil — 25c quart
DRIVE IN TODAY for COMPLETE SERVICE
Golden Star Service Station
CARL ROUTH, MANAGER
.........................................................................was.................................................. ..
part by paying taxes which, directly or
Indirectly, cut deeply Into every work­
ers pay envelope and every house­
wife's budget
I t Is not too much to ask th a t thetr
representatives at Washington do thetr
part. too. by elim inating unnecessary
extravagance — even though political
jobholders and political futures be en­
dangered in the process
There seems, in fact, no other choice.
As a member of the Senate Finance
Committee recently reminded his col­
leagues:
"It will be imperative that we Im ­
pose heavier taxes If we do not cut
down expenditures."
Like the Senator, the workers and
earners of America know from bitter
experience on whom those taxes will
fan.
A shower and dance honoring
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dusenberry
CLASSIFIED ADS
was given Saturday night at the
community hall. Many lovely gif:»
For Sale: Fat turkeys, dressed or I
were received. A nice lime was re­
on foot. Phone 4F2B1, Mrs. Chas. |
ported by all.
Gray.
Mrs. Earl Croft and Mrs. F. N
Tygart and children attended the
Team work done by contract or
junior play Friday night.
day. Wood for sale. John J. Hitter. |
Mr. and Mrs. John Smith left
W ANTED:
Owners to furnish!
I-riday for California to visit Mrs.
Smith’s sister. Mrs. Smith’s mother properties and business for sale or
exchange. We w ill furnish buyers
expects to return with them.
and traders. No commissions either
side, you deal direct. Full details |
KANES CREEK ITEMS on request. N A TIO N A L BUYERS &
(By Helen Shoemaker)
Mr. and Mrs. Budden of Kanes
Creek have a nice bunch of while
chickens hatched out.
VERY GOOD CONDITION
A MKT It 1ST RKIIKKAII LODGB »7
Meets the fits! and third Wednes­
days of each month at the I O. O. F.
H all, Gold H ill, Oregon
Alla Clemenl, Noble Grand
Pearl Grey, Vice Grnnd
Belle Smith, Secretary
Della Kell, Treasurer
GOLD H IL L GRANGE NO. g|<
Meets first and third Thursdays
at 8 p. m., at their hall next Io tele­
phone office. H. E. club meets sec­
ond and fourth Tuesdays at 1:98 p.
in., usually at Grange Hall,
GOLD H IL L W OM EN’S R E L IE F
CORPS, meets twice a month on
the 2nd anil 4th Wednesdays al their
corps rooms in the city hall.
Daisy Paul, President
Madge Dorman, Secretary
Rose Gay, Treasurer
GOLD H IL L TO W N SEN D CLUH
Meets every second and fourth
Thursdays of the month. Every
fourth Thursday a social meeting,
ford, Oregon.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE NOTICE
Christian Science services are
held each Sunday morning at elev­
en o’clock In the building across
from the Odd Fellows hull.
Everyone is welcome.
their
HEALTH
your
RESPONSIBILITY
i/o e lic io u s
INQUIRE AT NEWS OFFICE
W h o le s o m e
e-jis? jEBBSDBBDr-x-
BUNDLES OF OLD
FOR—
Newspapers
Robust Little Bodiei
Sparkling Eye«
Sturdy, Romping Lag«
FOR SALE AT
THE NEWS OFFICE
Gold Hill Meat
Market
5c
OSCAR SHEPHERD. Owner
Ferry’s Garden Seeds — Onion Seta
Fresh Vegetables
SPO R T
S H IR T S
5 ay°n ..........- ....................................98c
Cotton ....................................... „...... 79c
DRAKE'S»
GENERAL LINE OF GROCERIES AND
HARDWARE
SENIORS
12 - 4x6
Dick Olsen spent Saturday and
Sunday at bis home on Kanes
Creek.
Helen Shoemaker and daughters
Winona and Sylvia visited Harold
Gardner at the Community hospital
in Medford Wednesday.
J. M. Lively and Ed Shoemaker
were business visitors in Medford
Wednesday
GRADUATION
PHOTOGRAPHS
NICELY MOUNTED
$3.50
Regular Price $5.00
CORLEY STUDIO
215 E. Main
(Over Swem 's)
Medford, Oregon
T H E REGULAR PRICK OK
THE GOLD HILL NEWS
Is $1.50 a year
WHY NOT DROP IN TOSAY AND SUBSCRIBE
Ralph Dusenberry and Ed Shoe
maker were business visitors in
Medford Friday.
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Mr.
Kanes
Creek
wood
and Mrs. Jim Ridings of
Creek moved to Anderson
where they have accepted a
contract.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shoemaker and
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Shoemaker
were visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Dusenberry Sun­
day.
GALLS CREEK ITEMS
(By Minnie Harrison)
Mr. and Mrs T B Edington vis­
ited Frank Lawrence Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Woody of Roseburg
parents of Mrs. Bill Hosencransi,
visited her two days last week. F ri­
day Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rosencranx
went to Medford to have dental
w ork done.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shoemaker went
Saturday Only
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Sun., Mon., Tues.,
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Thursday and Friday
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