Gold Hill news. (Gold Hill, Jackson County, Or.) 1897-19??, August 01, 1940, Image 1

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The Gold Hill News
Th» Most Thoroughly Read Weekly in Southern Oregon, PubKihed in ihe B i « a»t Little T«
_GOLDHILL, OREGON
Interesting Days
Program For
Gold Hill Fair
FOOTS CREEK ITEMS
(By Mrs. Marion Lance)
Local People Given First
Chance at Picking Hops
in the Stato
Thursdai
DANCE
Lyndall Jacobs and Leroy
Cameron Married Sunday
Dollar Days
At News Office
Roy Cumeron of Gold H ill mid
Lewis l.'lrieh, manager of Oregon
Miss Lyndull Jacobs of Della .Motor
Another popular dance w ill be
Two well known Gold H ill resi­
Stale
unemployment service, who
Lodge were married Sunday after­
held in the Gold H ill pavilion this dents, Miss Edith Lyndall Jacobs
lias
charge
of
Jackson
and
Jose
noon ut 2 p.m. at tlie home of Rev.
and Leroy Cameron, were united in
W. I Palmer, Pastor of tin- Christian pliine counties, was here Tuesday Saturday night, August 3. Music w ill marriage Sunday, July 28, at 2
ill an effort to ge, local people in­ be furnished by Ihe Hogue Valley
Church at Grants Pass, who read
o'clock in the manse of the First
the service in the presence of a terested in picking hops this yeur. Serendares and a good time is as­ Christian church in Grants Pass.
About
4000
people
are
given
work
During the month of August, the
group of relatives und friends. The
sured everyone who attends.
Bev. N. I. Palmer read the service
Gold
H ill News goes on sale at a
bride and groom have lived in tills for one month each year in the Jo­
I bis is a fa ir benefit uanee and which was attended by friends and
sephine county hop yards and in
Plans for a complete days enter­ community for a number of years tlie past many of tlie pickers have all funds w ill be turned over to the relatives from Gold H ill, Grants special price, when a years sub­
tainment me being drafted fur tins where they have u large circle oi been from out of Ihe state. An ef­ Northwest Jackson county fair Pass and Medford.
scription is offered for $1.00. Either
Northwest Jackson county fa ir Io friends who wish them happiness. fort is being made this year to get
The bride wore a becoming two- new subscriptions or renewals may­
board.
he Held here Saturday, August 31. They left immediately on a wed as many pickers as possible from
tone redingote and a corsage of be secured at this price. This spec­
A special committee w ill lie ap­ ding trip.
gardenias and stephanotis. The cou­
this section.
BUILDS NEW PORCH
Miss Buili Lance and a party of
pointed to draw up u complete pro-
ple left shortly after the ceremony ial offer goes into effect immediate­
Mr. Ulrich pointed out that there
pram which would provide enter­ friends from Gold H ill enjoyed a has been a raise in the price paid to
by motor on a wedding trip . They ly and w ilt be good un til September
This week Elmer Dungey comp’et
tainment for ull visitors of the fa ir picnic Sunday evening at the Floyd pickers as this year they w ill re­
w ill be at their home at the Della 1.
ed construction of a new front
Lance cabin on Foe’ s Creek and al­
throughout tlie day.
Motor
Lodge after August 10th.
Those wishing to take advantage
ceive I I 2c per 100 pounds and
I'lie program for the day lias not so visited the mine. Among the w ill receive a l-4c bonus if they porch at iii.s Home on the north side
Mr. and Mrs. Cameron have both of this special offer may mail their
of
town.
The
porch
has
a
fu
ll
size
been announced hut it is believed guests were Gerry Parkhurst, Phyl­ stay fo r the full season. He also
resided in and near Gold H ill for remittance to the. News office at
concrete floor, an attractive railing
the sports program w ill be com-| lis Miller, Eileen Sliorh, Wallace
many
years and have a host of Gold H ill or stop in at the office,
staled that all ot tlie hop yards fu r­ ami adds a great deal to Hie ap­
pletel) revised and w ill include Iverson, Joe Smith, Mary l.ou Tv nished good camping places with
friends here. Mr. Cameron is in ­ at any time during the month. Sub­
pearance of Hie house.
Myrtle
Winn,
Creighton
eoiii|M-litions of every description gart,
terested in mining and Mrs. Cam­ scriptions (hat are past due may al­
free wood and water. The govern­
for people of every age. S uch good Thompson, Buzz Shoemaker, Bill ment is also operating a sanitary
eron is owner of the Delta Motor so be paid under this special offer
Mrs. VeJIa Hays returned to h e r1
old time spoi ls as greased pole j Dungey and Gilbert Lentz,
camp this yeur which w ill he een-| home here Monday following a Lodge.
and anyone wishing to pay fo r the
Mr.
und
Mrs.
B.
W
Hagen
of
Biv-
climbing, t> • of wars, nail driving,
trolly located in the hop section ann Weeks vacation spent on the Ore­
paper in advance may do so at this
iera
Auto
Park
have
had
as
their
child culling, fut iiuiu's race uud
NEW TELEPHONE BOOKS
where workers can slay for a very gon coast anil in Portland where
time.
guests
over
tlie
week
end
Mrs.
Hag­
many other entertaining events
low cost.
the visited Mr Hays at Blue Lake.
It is hoped that many new sub­
en's
sister,
Mrs.
W.
M.
Miller,
hus­
"will take place during the after­
The Pacific Telephone and Tele­
scribers
can be added at this time,
band
and
family
fri.ni
Jerome,
Ida­
noon. ’I tic loialion of Ihe sports
Mr. and Mrs. (.lias. L. Heed of graph company distributed their
BEAVERS LOSE ONE
and plans are being made to con­
events w ill In- definitely set before ho, who are looking for a locution. SIDED T ILT TO MEDFORD
San Francisco visited here from new telephone directories for Aug­
’Tuesday to Thursday w ith Mrs. ust 1940 to patrons in the Gold H ill tact everyone in this section. Sub­
the fuir and a large crowd w ill be 1‘liey lefl Monday for Eugene, Ore-
ton.
Nellie
Heed. The Heeds were on vicinity Wednesday of this week.* scriptions can be sent anywhere, in
assembled before the contests start.
Hie Gold H ill baseball team drop­
Mrs.
Pauline
Wahl
who
has
been
the United States at the special
It hus also been suggested that an
ped a one-sided 17 to 2 game to Hie their way home after spending Numbers in these new books aren’t price.
he
guest
of
Miss
Lyndall
Jacobs
to
be
used
until
August
4.
when
the
afternoon dance lie held and plans
Medford Bogues on Hie home dia­ Iheir vacation in Washington.
new dial system w ilt be in use all
ure going forward for this event. luring the past week relumed In mond last Sunday, alter defeating
Mrs. Jim Blevins and son Jimmy over this section of the county.
BIDS FOR WORK ON SCHOOL
F. A. Pinkerton w ill have charge er home on south Central Avenue Hie visitors in two previous en­
-i Medford Friday.
returned home Wednesday from
GYM
MUST BE IN BY AUG. 8
There
are
now
63
telephones
out
of barbecuing the beef (hit year for
lk-iid, Oregon where they had tak­ of the Gold H ill office.
Mr and Mrs W S Newhnrn, post- gagements.
the big free barbecue in tlie eve
The
Hogues
collected
25
hits
off
niug. .Mrs. Jeanette Greer has rliurgi iiuster al Centralia, Washington of pitchers Dusenberry, Griggs and en Mrs. Blevins daughter, Mrs Tom
The Gold H ill school district has
of preparing the rest of (lie yneal yho are enjoying a two weeks va- Bailey and Gold H ill got five hits Larion and daughter. Mrs. Carlon
called
fo r bids on the w ork of seal­
LOCAL ITEMS
und Mrs. A. A. Walker is arranging ation spent Wednesday night al from the visitors. The Beavers two und daughter had visited here for
ing the school gym. So far no bids
u week.
for everything (hat is needed t< ’Iekett's Auto Camp. He is a stone tallies were scored off Tungate on
Sunday guests o f Mr and Mrs. have been received and the board
collector and enjoyed a trip to Crn-
make u complete meal. The b w f lias
three hits.
Witmer
Bailey
killed
a
large
rat­
Leon
Wise were Mrs. Wises niece of directors is anxious to have local
er l.ake, also visited tlie Gem Cot-
been purchased from Gail’s Gold
tle snake in Rocky gulch on S-.-” ne and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Er­ carpenters figure on this job. The
age
on
tlie
highway.
H ill Market.
creek Wednesday. The snake had nest Holbrook of San Francisco, district is buying all of the material
QUARTERLY CONFERENCE AT
Mr and Mrs. Normun Schuler re-
nine rattlers.
Plans for tlie parade have been
METHODIST CHURCH SUNDAY
California; also Mrs. Melissa Cam­ and bids w ill be for w ork only.
urued Friday from a trip to New-
completed amt the following prices
Plans and specifications can be ob­
airl, Oregon where they atlepded.
Mrs. Olav Lokken left Tuesday eron of Phoenix and Miss Ailenc
w ill lie given: best eeguiiillrtion
he Spanish War Veteran's ewtiven ' There w ill be a ifuarterly confer­ for her home in Seattle after visit­ in tow and her mother o f Ashland. tained from Wjn. .Autenreith.
float, *irst $10, second $5; best til-
Veltie Biles w ill leave early next
ence at Hie Methodist church this
Dick Walker is confined to the week fo r Seattle where he w ill re­
dividual float, first $5, second $2.50 ion. They report a very enjoyable Sunday, August 4. A potluck dinner ing since Friday w ith her mother,
rip and the weather perfect.
Mrs. Leon Wise and Mr. Wise.
Thompson Nursing Home but is ceive delivery of the new G.M.C.
best costumed adult, $5.00; best cos
w ill hi- served after church in the
Mr. and Mrs A. W Anderson of
getting along nicely.
60 passenger school bus for the
turned child, $2.00; most humorous
basement. A good attendance is de­
Tom
Gustafson
of
the
Grayhound
’ortland culled on Mr and Mrs.
sired.
entry, $5.00; best pet entry, $3.00;
Lines
spent
Monday
here
on
busi­
Friends w ill be glad to know thai Gold H ill district. He w ill drive the
larion Lance Tuesday who wer,
bus back.
best decorated bicycle, $3.00; o r­
ness.
-Mr. and Mrs. Frank Doty of Talent,
heir guests on a trip to Diamond
ganization or club with most mem
REMOVES OLD HOUSE
'.nke where they visited Mr. and
Logan Gardner, who recently un­ former Gold H ill residents, Monday WESTERN OREGON CLOSED
hers marching in the parade, *2.04).
Mrs Boh H ill of Bogue River who
became the parents of a six and a
H. I> Force is chairman of the par­
John Chisholm had his old house derwent an appendectomy in Com­ half pound baby girl.
TO M RD i HOOTING TH tS FAI L
have spent the past six weeks at the
munity
Hosp.tal
in
Medford,
was
ade this year and w ill be glad Io
which was located next to the
nke. Mr. mid Mrs. Anderson own
school house playgrounds
torn able to return to his home here
give out information concerning
Mr and Mrs S M. Christensen and
While the greater part of western
nd operate Barbur Blvd. Auto
this event. Decorating of the queens
down this week. The work was Tuesday. Bill Bells who also under­ fam ily were Medford visitors Tues­ Oregon w ill be closed to Chinese
Court, three miles from Portland
went an appendectomy there, is re day.
done by Jack Aseltein.
flout is in charge of Mrs. Waller Mc­
Pheasant and Valley Quail hunting
•li tlie west side highway 34. They
ported getting along nicely.
Lean and Mrs. Derwin Maple.
leased llie ir auto park at the south
a group of young people enjoyed next fall, there w ill be no ban on
IOWA PICNIC AUGUST 11
This year tents w ill he put up
Mrs. Elmer Dungey, B ill and Win a weiner roast auu picnic on t-vuus shooting these upland birds in Jack-
end of the Bogue Itiver bridge a-
near the dance pavilion Io housi
ona Dungey, Mrs. H. G Wigle, and vreex .uoiiuay evening. Those at- son, Josephine, Coos and that part
bout four years ago and traveled
Tlie annual Iowa picnic w ill he
the land products and grungi
or two years. During that time Mr held al Ihe upper picnic grounds in Mrs Bryan Ward were business le.iuing me event were Syoil Wal­ of Douglas county south of the
booths and buildings w ill he usi
iderson visited relatives in Sweil- the Lilhia I’ark at Ashland, Sunday, callers in Medford Tuesday. They ker, t-nyms Miner, Ben Newell, township line between townships 28
for the other exhibits.
l and Mrs. Anderson was the guest August It, according to word re­ were accompanied by Weegie. Dun­ Irene ¿leadman, Buster Mullin, and 29 south.
An important fa ir hoard ineetln
gey who visited the E. T. Ham fam­ uuuiiy Biair, June Furry, Haymond
In other words the same te rrito ry
her sister in South Dakota.
ceived from W. S. Stennett. presi­ ily during the day.
w ill lie held Friday. August 9. i
in western Oregon open to pheasant
Mrs M. C. Boonisluiter and dan dent of ihe 1940 picnic. Everyone
otair,
Barbara
Franklin,
Wallace
the city hall and all members of th
hunting last season w ill again be
’iter. Mrs. Louis D ruif of Grants is asked to bring well filled lunch
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Force and sons iverson, Mary Lou Tygart, Eileen
board are urged to attend.
ats were culling on friends in the baskets and table service. Coffee Bill and Jackie left Thursday for Miorh, Louise Greer, Gilbert Lentz, open this year.
The season this fa ll w ill extend
ommunity Wednesday of last week. and cream w ill be furnished.
Muir creek on the Diamond Lake Ellsworth Greer, Kelly Clement,
NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS
from
October 15 to 31.
Iso Marvin MeDole of T rin ity Cen-
highway where they w ill eamp oul Myrtle Winn, Creighton Thompson,
er, California was visiting here re
winona
Dungey,
Gerry
and
La­
and
fish
until
Sunday.
Vonnie TepoVae had her adenoids
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE,
ently. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Throne
verne Parkhurst, Lucille Smith, J ill Increase in Oregon
that sealed bids w ill be received b
removed last Friday at the osteo­
Mrs. Leon Wise was a Monday Martin, Ruth Lance. Joe Smith,
nve had as their guests at their pathic clinic at Medford. She is
School District No. 37, Gold Hil
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Crawford Norma Lee Ward, BUI Dungey, Don Gasoline Consumption
otne near Sherwood's Auto Camp getting along very nicely now.
Oregon, up to 8:00 p.ni. August )>
at their home in Sams Valley.
Ir. Throne's brother and wife from
Ferguson, Buzz Shoemaker and Bob
1940, fo r sealing the school gymnas
Oregon motorists and visiting mo­
mthern California who were re­
Belknap.
iuin. Work to be completed by Sep
torists burned 26,145,735 gallons of
am ing from a trip east.
tember 7, 1940. Pluns und specific»
C U T IT N O W !
Mrs. Janies Adamo returned to gasoline during the month of June,
Harold Schmidt, a salesman from
lions In hands of chairman, W. C
her home hare Saturday after an increase of 24 per cent over the
Snlem,
Oregon,
fnet
w
ith
an
auto
Autenreith.
spending some time in Elkton w ith gasoline consumption fo r the same
iccident last Monday near Riviera
The board reserves the right ti
month of 1930, figures compiled by
her
parents.
when his 19411 Pontine coupe lefl
accept or reject any or nil bids.
Earl Snell, secretary of state, reveal­
Ihe highway, plunged into a ditch
Boh Kenaston returned Sunday ed today.
Dnted at Gold H ill, Oregon, July
and struck a telephone pole. The
from a business trip to Portland.
17, 1940.
The June consumption was 5,-
ear which was traveling south be
He left Tuesday fo r Washington on 065,553 gallons over the 1939 June
LETSY MILLER
ing badly damaged, was Inken into
a good w ill tour.
Clerk of Board of Directors
consumption and set a new all time
Medford. There were three other
School District No. 37
Art Everton of Portland returned record for one month’s use of gas­
auto accidents between Riviera and
to
his home Wednesday after visit oline in this state. The highest pre­
M iller Gulch during the past week.
ing for several days w ith Mr. and vious month was July of last year
Mr. Frank Mattson who has spent
when consumption totaled 25,150,011
Mrs. Jim Blevins and Jimmy.
the past month visiting his wife,
gallons.
Mrs. Mary Mattson who owns The
Miss Dorothy Jones and Miss Ag
Tax paid on the gasoline this June
House By the Side of the Road near
nes
Wagner of Oakland, California amounted to $1,307,287.05 which is
the George Martin property left last
CELIA COMBEST telling about a week to resume his government
spent Wednesday and Thursday an increase of $253,277.73 over the
very interesting trip Io Yellowstone position at Springfield, Illinois,
nere visiting Mr. and Mrs. Curtis gasoline tax fo r last June.
Parker.
National park that was made more
“ This remarkable increase in the
Mr. and Mrs. W ilbur Martin who
exciting w ith several experiences have been living at Gold H ill for
use of gasoline in Oregon during
Mrs. Dale Norton and daughters
w ith the bears.
June must be attributed largely to
some time moved to the Harding
Frances, Irene and Eileen of Grants increased travel on the part of Ore­
property which they recently pur­
Pass were all day visitors Wednes
B ill) FORCE and EARL MOORE chased near the G W. Howes Glen­
gon residents,” Snell commented.
day
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R
swapping stories about their forth­ dora Gardens, three miles west of
'Non-resident registrations decreas­
E. Cook.
coming vacations, each wishing the Gold H ill.
ed 14 per cent during the month, in ­
other u good time.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Johnson of dicating fewer tourists than for the
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brown and two
Salem were guests last week of Mr. corresponding month a year ago.”
sons of San Eraneisco, California
VERN DUNGEY proving he has a called at the home of Mr and Mrs.
Another factor beJieved partly re-
and Mrs. Curtis Parker on their re­
"way w itli children when he stro ll­ Wallace Galbreath Sunday while re
turn from a honeymoon to the San sjionsibtle fo r the increased con­
ed down the main-drag w ith a very- turning from a vacation trip spent
sumption is the increase in motor
Francisco W orld’s Fair.
young man in his arms,
vehicle registration in this state. At
in Washington. They are well
Mrs. Frank Schmidt and daughter the end of June this year, there
known here, Mr, Brown having
Betty Jane, and two daughters in were 371,664 motor vehicles regis­
SYBIL WALKER and PHYLLIS been principal of the Bogue River
law, Mrs Don and Mrs Dan Schmidt, tered in Oregon, 21,820 more than
MILLER louring Gold H ill in a r it ­ school a number of years ago. Mrs.
all of Gresham, spent the week end fo r the same period last year. P ri­
zy looking convertible coupe while Brown was form erly Miss Maryetta
here
visiting Mr. and Mrs. W illiam vate cars totaled 305,124, an increase
they yelled greetings to old friends. Martin.
The S p y-G lass
Puhi and Mr and Mr« C W MarUn. of 16,845 vehicle«,
V