Gold Hill news. (Gold Hill, Jackson County, Or.) 1897-19??, February 19, 1942, Image 1

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The Gold Hill News
Grand M atter I. O. O. F- To
Be In Medford For
Joint Meeting
TW E N TY MEMBERS ATTEND
I*..AKT HOBI.K GRAND
THURSDAY.
DEMOCRACY
Local items
Friends and relatives of Mrs. Sora
Waii gathered at her home one Sun­
day very recently and spent the day
helping her do some house work.
The men put a new roof on her feed
room; a hot water system was in­
stalled in the house; the ladies clean­
ed and papered
the kitchen. At
noon the
ladies had a pot-luck
lunch served to all present. This
was a surprise to Mrs. Wail and
she deeply appreciated the work of
tier friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Eihart of Ashland were among those
present to do their bit.
roots C re e k
Mrs. Marion Lane«.
Feb.
17 George Martin Jr., son of
ANO AS TRUE IN
Mr. and Mrs. George P. Martin, who
spent part of the school year at
sR&H rvofjiy save
Westmont Bible College at Los Ang­
les, California, held preaching ser­
or m eaniv lose
vices at the Foots Creek Sunday
tRc last, best
Sunday following class hour. He
gave a very h 'pful sermon or the
Rope of e a rtR .’
Ten Virgins, Matt: 25, which was
greatly
enjoyed. He was accompan­
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ied by five from the Bogue Biver
church. Mr. Bourell and son, sang
a duet.
They also accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. M L. Sutton and
Mr.
Martin
to Selma in the evening.
three children of Hogue River moved
Mrs. Cloyd Dick
has been ap­
last week into the formerly Lively
house above the Sams Valley Road. pointed chairman for this district
Mr. Sutton is employed
by the in the mobilization of woman drive
which began February 16th. Her
Western Minerals Products Co.
assistants working from the Bock
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pichard moved Point to the Bogue River bridge,
from the Auto Park to the house just are Mrs. Charles Gray, Mrs. Howard
vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Budd Gail, H ill, Mrs. Ted Dole, Mrs. Norman
Schuler, Mrs. Ernest Beinkins, Mrs.
Suhday afternoon.
Robert Knox, and Mrs.
Marion
Lance.
Mrs. Asii Walker and baby son,
A baby son was born at Medford
Jack Arlington
returned to Gold
H ill Saturday evening to the home February 6th, to Mr. and Mrs. Phil
of Mr. and Mrs. A. A Walker. Both Griggs, Mrs. Griggs was formerly
Miss Ethel Henderson, of the Col­
are doing nicely.
ony. Her mother, Mrs. Tor Hen­
Mrs. Harold Wilson, who lives at derson is staying with her. W ill­
Sunset on tlw Rogue visited with iam King, uncle of Mrs. Henderson
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Z. is visiting bis daughter in Medford
a, present.
Smith, last week.
Wheeler.
Charlotte White, Marie JoJnes,
Those who have volunteered for
Eileen
Dick and
Esther Ollom
W R. Force and H. D. lo rrc e
defense work '□ Gold Hill are urged
from this community were among
visited
with
their
father,
Dave
Force
to meet at the City hall tomorrow, REBEKAH LODGE OBSERVES
last Thursday, at Eagle Point where the High school girls from the
Friday, at 7:3(1 p. m. Special in ­ 44Tfl ANNIVERSARY
he is staying with Paul Force, an­ Rogue River school who were en­
structions will be given by Dwight WEDNESDAY.
tertained by the Gold H ill school,
other son.
Phipps, on work at the observa­
and later attened the basket ball
The Rebekah Lodge observed its
tion post and oilier defense endea­
River and
O. F. Palmerton, of Rogue River, game between Hogue
vors.
Deputy H. it. Ingling w ill | 44th anniversary Wednesday even­
Gold H ill.
a nurseryman and landscaper, has
be present to finger-print
those ing, the lodge having been institut­
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Painter and two
finished landscaping the Auto Park
who have not already met this re­ ed on Feb. 14, 1896. Two of the
children who ave lived at the form­
grounds.
quirement
for volunteer defense charter members were present und
er William Carle place for the past
workers.
Everyone interested in a third member was not able to
year moved recently to Central
Miss
Barbara
Nathan,
of
Medford,
the work are Invited to attend the be present. The three charter mem­
Point.
was
a
week-end
visitor
of
her
grand
bers are Mrs. Katherine Kellogg of CEMEST PLANT OPENS RUNNING
meeting, it is staled.'
William Cotten, of Birdseye creek
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Au-
IMPORTANT MEETING
I
Medford und Mrs. Carrie Puhi und 24 HOURS. THREE 8 HOUR
took his step father, W alter Myers,
tenreith.
Mrs. Lucy Mee of Gold H ill and u SHIFTS.
SCHOOL NEWS.
Mr. Greer and sons of Marshfield, to Medford Saturday to consult a
A very importunt agriculture and
fourth charter member, Wiliam Car-
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have
rteurned to their home here doctor.
Buddy Blair
labor survey meeting of vital inter­
ter now of Portland also wrote
n
... ..
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George Hull, from Salem, and
and
Mr.
Greer has been employed
« i f i c Portland Cement com-
In a fust busketbull game Friday greetings to the lodge. The mem-
est to every one will be held at
Carl Hull of San Francisco, neph­
to work at the cantonment
the Beavers defeated Kerby on the
Central Point Grange Hall, Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Howell of ews of George and Marion Lance,
,
? ,3th *.
bt,ng
home floor by the score of 46 to 26. bouquets of fcarnations and fern.
evening,
JFebruary
21st.,
at
8:0«
Bogue
Biver, called on Mr. and Mrs. arrived Tuesday evening for a visit
Several
birthdavg
were
also
observ-
L
‘
rep"
'r‘
f°
r
sevcral
All conference games are now fib-
p.
m.
S. A. Duscnberry, on Sardine creek a, the I-a nee home. Carl has been
as »his ni.-.'.iin ,
,
weeks. The plant is running on a I
ished but there are to be several ed
ni«ht
’
24 h” “ 4 ‘“ »a
U r,“ can.
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George
other home games.
City folks as well us all farmers Tuesday. They w il, soon be leaving
for Idaho where Mr. Howell w ilt be Hull and family for the pas, five
Tlu. I„ ,i„ , aide In . recent
I“"'"";
u"
Wednesday, February 26th„ they
are earnestly urged to attend.
days.
employed
on a dredger.
will engage Sams Valley here and
This is NOT a Grunge meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Roland M iller from
Mr. and Mrs. Hay Biles and child-
Friday, St. Mary's nt Medford.
Same kind of meeting w ill be
the Burton Mine near
Glendale,
run,
of
Yreka,
were
guests
of
Mrs,
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Harlow Banry, Marianne Casper.
held at Hogue River Grange hail
spent the week end at the R. L.
Biles'
parents,
Mr.
and
Mrs.
R.
W.
Rae Clements, and Kenneth Cook lint solos, (liiiiccs und uuntoiniiii**«
in Grant Pass on Saturday after-
ere
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puiuoniints | ,|H. government operations.
Dusenberry and family over the M iller home near Riviera.
put on a short program of the his­ W
noon. If you can't attend one b e1
were given und seemingly hugely!
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week-end.
tory of Gold H ill over Station KM- enjoyed. Delicious
sure and attend the ohter.
refreshments
The Garden Club w ill meet this FIRST AID CLASS URGED TO
ED Tuesday.
were served after the frolic and SHOWER FOR MRS DUANE
BE PRESENT AT TO N IG H T’S
Friday
afternoon at 2:0« p. in.
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Mrs. Verna Alberts and daughters
beautiful valentines were given to HUTCHINS,
MEETISG.
RECREATION
MEETING.
WOMEN TO MEET AND FIN ISH
Paula, Wanda, of Chiloyuin were
the winners of the contest.
Everyone who has been attending
The
Recreation
Meeting
to
be
held
BANDAGES ON FEB. 27TH.
guests of Earl Moore family, Satur­
the
class in First Aid are urged to
MRS. LENA TRESHMAN FUNERAI « Las* " j ‘‘,n‘‘s*,a> " ‘«hl Miss Mary day, Miss Paula has fully rerovered in Medford, Thursday night, Feb.,
All women _who have been w ork­
be sure and be present tonight,
26th„
Court
house
auditorium,
at
lu
' *'" * bos,ess
her from her accident last fall and is
ing on bandages at the W. R. C, TO HE MELD SATURDAY
(Thursday).
The instructor has
IN MEDFORI)
""
I home to a group of young people able to resume normal activities of eight o’clock. There w ill be only
hull, ure requested to be present on
who gave a shower for Mrs. Duane a >oung girl. She was shot and the one night this month and it will be special message, it is stated, that
Friday February 27th, All banda­
. . . ... ,
| Hutchins, the former June Robbins
with Miss Izola Jensen and Miss il is hoped that ever member of the
ges started will be finished ut this
Mrs. I resham was born in Ger-1 The early pari of the evening was bullet lodged in the spinal column Ella Gardner, a representative of the class w ill hear.
meeting and other details of the
I T
*
‘ “ ®- Sbe spvn* >‘luv,n«
an‘* »hen gifts and in removing it part off the bone National Recreation Association.
work given.
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Banry and
amt to the U. S. with her parents were opened and admired. Be- was also removed. She spent sever­ Special help w ill be the help in
al weeks in the hospital at Klamath
Harlaw,
spent Saturday with their
ihnvn .° .? iL * ‘X ¿ ‘ ,UrS ° f Bge’ and Hreshm^nts were *rved around a
Falls and in Portland
where the active games and other forms of mother, Mrs. Gamble of Marshfield,
. »“tiled in Nebraska. She was table on which was a pretty center
Five Wrestlers Signed For
recreation
that
w
ill
be
of
particular
performed . She
and returned to Gold H ill Saturday
a resident of Oregon yO years and piece made of a miniture bassinette operation was
First Wrecding
walked
the
firs,
time on Christ­ help in our present emergency. All evening.
They
spent Saturday
ived in Sanw Velley for 35 years, trimmed in pink
and blue with
that can go are urged to do so.
Bout.
night with Mrs. Banry’s mother,
three sons. Harry A. of Holland, streamers going to different places inas Eve in her own home.
SON BORN.
Mrs, Leila Shoemaker, and returned
, eg0"' O ,,°
(,f Sams Valley, around the table. Lovely refresh-'
Mr. and Mr.s. F. L. W ertz of De- Word has been received by friends
Mack Lillard, promotor, announ­ • rss ’’f («alls (.reek and the »laugh- ments were served to Miss Vera
to their home a, Capitol H ill, near
of
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Phil
Griggs
that
ces this week llw signing of five ter Mrs. Howard Harker of Prine- 'ones of ........ Misses Rae Clement. poe Bay, Oregon, are building a
Glendale early Sunday morning.
near the | a son was born to them on Feb.
heavy weights for the resumption ville; five grandchildren and five Marjorie Smith. Mnrv Lou Tvgart, new home on the hill
ruary
6,h
,942.
in
Medford.
The
of wrestling in Medford on Monday great grandchildren are left, also Lucille Bosecrans, Genevie Tlior- former Lively home. Ground has
FRANCIS HANSEN IS PROMOTED
young man w ill be called Leonard
night. The sixth man w ill be sign­ on_£ sis,er *n Canada and a brother '°n , Winona Dungey, Laurence Kell been graded for a road and the
TO SERGEANT
Dale
Mrs.
Griggs
is
the
former
house preparatory Io erecting the
ed before the matches Monday.
Francis M. Hamilton, of Gold H ill
The Pearl Funeral Parlor hi\s Mesdamcs Alice Betts, Edith Cum-
Ethel Henderson, daughter of Mr.
Jumpin’ Joe Savoldi, former chnm , ¿ S<‘ of ,h<* f" neral ,o he held mings, Althea Coombs, the honoree, buildings.
and Mrs.. Tom Henderson of River­ who enlisted in the army air corps
pion, w ill meet Andr Odores in e in Medford. Saturday at 2 p. m„ Bev Mrs. Hutohins. and to Miss Bailey
in February 1941 was promoted
Mesdames Nellie
Reed, Frank side Colony.
one-hour main event; Chief Thund­
this month to sergeant. He is lo­
. fc. W illard w ill officiate
and an<l Miss Mabel Moore.
Northrupp, Maude Coy
Robinson
er bird, famous Indian grappler of interment w ill he
cated a, Moffett Field, California.
and Miss Martha Coy attended the
Sunday guests a, the Glen Spur-
in Siskiyou
Victoria, B. C„ w ill clash Cy W ill­ Memorial Park
MRS. B, VNKFSHI'RG AND BABY annual
banquet
of the Lincoln lin 'home on Roguue River were Mr.
iams in the six-round semi-windup
ADAMS ENTERTAISS FRIENDS.
HONORED W ITH SHOWER.
Banquet Club, held at the Medford and Mrs. Paul Sehuly and family,
artH Pedro Brazil, South American GROUP ENJOYS HAYRIDE
Miss Mr. asd Mrs. Fred Bruegger and
Several friends motored Io Grants Hotel las, Thursday nigh,.
Mr and Mrs, Adams entertained a
titleholder will uppear on the open
Pass Monday afternoon to see Mrs., Coy is the firs, vise president of and family of Medford, Mrs. Sadie group of friends and relatives on
match.
Saturday ovening
a group of R. E. Rlankenburg and the new the club this year.
Frink of Beagle, Mr. A. E.Bruegger Wednesday evening of last week
Adoree, Mr. Lillard states, weighs young people went on a hayride and
baby daughter.
Each, Indy took a
of
Sutherland, Mr. Dix Saltsgarler, with a dinner The occasion was
nbout 215, is a French Canndian and after m d iin g
their destination gift nnd late in the afternoon re-1 Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Walker and
of Medford and Miss Schaffer of in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew
extremely 'colorful. Thundcrbird had a wienie roast a, the W olff freshments were
served to th e 1 »laughter, Charlotte,
left for San Sutherland.
Smith of Medford who were recent­
w ill tip the scales at 23«, while ranch, between Tolo and W illow
guests. Those »resent were M»“\- Diego last Thursday to visit their
ly married. Mrs. Smith is a sister
Williams,
a rough,
unorthodox Springs . Folks who wen, were •
dames A. Meunier Frank Carter, son and brother, Leo, who is sta- QUARTERMASTER CORPS RE­
of Mrs. Adams and will be rememb­
giant w ill weigh 235. Rrngil is a Yvonne Moore, Katherine Hayes’ Toe Blair, Floyd Lance, Ar, Gor­
tioneded at the naval base. They JECTS ARMY CANNED MEAT
ered by many as the former Miss
215-pound clean, scientific boy.
Weegie Dungey. Genevieve Thorn­ ham, and Paul Thompson.
returned home Tuesday morning BIDS.
Irene Hoffman.
Reserved seal tickets for pro­ ton, Marianne Casper, Marjorie
and report that Leo is very happy
A recent bulletin from the War
The occasion also compliment­
gram are on snle exculsively at C. Smith Myrtle Winn, Mary Lou ,y-
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ar» Mullen and fami­ in Uncle Sam’s navy, likes it very Department states tha, the Quarter­ ed the 7,h birtdday of Nancy Lee
E. (Chick) Conway’s Owl Club.
gart, Alvis Winn, Jerald Lewis, Don ly of Medford, were visitors a, the much and hopes to stay there a master General has rejected the ma­ Adams.
aid nnd Robert Wolff, Dotrhetl nnd home off Mr. and Mrs. Emmet, Sun- long time.
jor portion of the canned meats off-
Those present for ,his enjoyable
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hay­ Sharles Rosecrans and Morgan, <I«y
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fered on Invitations for Bids Nos. occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. Nick
es and Katherine Inst week were, Jones. After the party some off the I
Martin returned Monday from
Miss Virginia Centers
wen, to
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hayes and Mr vounv folks attended the danee at Portland where he had spent some Corvallis Saturday ta altenr te 199-42 NEG 106, 108, 109, and 112. Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Philip H off­
The prices asked were no, justified man, Earl Adams, Paul Nims, and
and Mrs. James Poole, of Ashland, lodge hall.
^ttme visiting with his grandmother. valentine dance given by the med- by present prices of raw materials Bert Cross of Medford. Mr. and Mrs.
nnd Mrs. Beatrice Wright of Phoe­
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Mrs. Hattie
Reeman
nnd with hers of the Fraternity Delta Tau A small portion offered at prices in Ray Bolton and (laughters Jean and
nix, Messrs. Hugh and C. S. Hayes
Mrs. Violet Cook and daughters, friends. While there he took a Delta Saturday nigh,. While there line with previous purchases and Leone of Foots Creek and the hon-
are brothers and Mrs. Wright is Jewel and Alvajean returned home, »hyslcal examination prior to join-
she was a guest at a sorority houae present raw-material prices was a- i or guests, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew
their niece.
thU morning from Portland.
J Ing the w ric e .
I Smith and the Adams family.
(warded, *
j.
until she returned home Sunday,
The pust Noble Grand Club met
Thursday February 112th with Mrs
I'uul Thompson with tweny mem­
bers and one bisitor. Mrs. Janette
Wheeler,
present.
The gift box
for ttie purpose of raising funds
for defence stumps, was well filled
euuli member contributing u gift
und a silver offering. A druwing of
the gifts followed tile regular busi
The fact the Food Stump Plan lx ties» meeting, also a valentine ex
going Jo continue wax stressed to­ change by Amethyst Sisters. Poems
ilruwn
day by Lincoln P. Bloomfield, Act- were reud us they were
Ing Area .Supervisor of the surplus with tlu* gifts. A lovely, patriotic
Marketing
Administration, in an­ poem was read by sister Pearl Gray
nouncing the discontinuation of who composed the one she read
the use of continuation cards for re­ und the ones druwn by the sisters.
tailers. Hereafter, all stumps re­
At the close of the meeting the
ceived by retail merchants are to hostess served delicious refresh­
be placed on muster cards only, ments carrying out the valentine
for purposes of redemption. All idea.
continuation
cards now on tlw
The next meeting w ill be held
hands of whalexulerx and banks1 February 2(ith at Odd Fellows Hull
must be submitted Io the Portland Sister Carrie Puhi, w ill be hostess.
Audit Office for redemption,
Mr And there will be election of of­
Bloomfield r id.
ficers at this coming meeting.
“Some retailers t uve ndsiinder-' Those present were Delia Kell,
stood this chunge in procedure to Ituth Lewis, Carrie Puhi, Virginia
mean that the Food Stamp Plan is Kellogg, Alta Clements, Ethel Mar­
going to foldup." hr continued.
lin, Nellie Winn, Viola Moore, Kalh-
"This is definitely not the case. The •rlne Lance, Elenor Force, Ett
Stamp plan is goipg ,o continue.
Carter. Ada Cook, Mabel Hittle
Edna Gorhom, Evelyn Tompson,
Pearl Ferguson, Emma Hoff, Elsie
VOLUNTEER WORKERS TO
Cameron, Nellie Md-ean and Mrs.
MEET FRIDAY.
The Grand Master of Ihe stale of
Oregon. I. (,. (). F„ will be in Med­
ford, February 24th., for u Joint
meeting of the Gold Hill und Med­
ford lodge». Plana are being made
for a large group to attend this
importunt meeting on next Tuesday
night.
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8TAMP FLAN TO CONTINUE.
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W R IT T E N I N 1862.