n ; 3 H > Z j / HUBBARD E nterprise A Community Paper Publishec 7or the Good of the Community. Vol. XV. No. 25 Subscription, $1.50 in Advance Hubbard, Marion County, Ore go August 24, 1928. DONORS TO CLACKAMAS* MARION COMMUNITY MEET UP TO THEIR NECKS IN WORK Some o f our fine Community wom en workers in Hubbard certainly made things “ hum” and “ hustle” fo r the big Clackamas-Marion meet. “ Spuds,” “ Murphys” or if you wish Killarney peaches were made into the best salad ever tasted. Mrs. Herman Carl, who is the community worker par excel lence in everything from a high school social to a club picnic, made the dressing and 99 other things. Mrs. H. E. Adams, Mrs. Ed W olfer and Mrs. George Knight prepared those “ spuds” as only real chefs could. Mrs. W olfer decorated the tables with flowers from the Ed W olfer gardens and they were beauties. Taletta Voget brought in a gallon o f that super fine cream from the Foshay farm to go with the 20th Century coffeee, do nated and served by our Oregon City friends who were glad to do it for that Clackamas booster, Percy Cau- field. Mrs. Laura Knox o f Gresham boiled “ Murphys” until the Irish were already for a dandy good “ dressing,” and, believe me, she knows her “ spuds.” The Herman Carl farm sent in two gallons o f Guernsey cream for Senator Reynolds and Henry Craw ford to pass on and fo r Senator Linn Jones and “ Tex Rankin” to sample. You’ve got to fly high “ to beat” it said “ Tex.” “ We Trailed ’Em to Salem,” fo l lowing Charlie Wilson’s advice and got that fine Rotarían Malloy, o f the Cherry City Baking Co., to send down wonderful cakes fo r 500 “ eaters.” Then we grabbed Frank Deckebach, another “ Rote,” o f the Marion Creamery, who “ loaded” us up with cheese. Hollis Huntington, o f th e. Man’s Shop, the best in Oregon, re-- marked that a couple o f excellent cravats would be in keeping with the cheese and cake, - so we took them. Then comes that “ up and go-getter” Kiwanian, Howard Hulsey, o f the Western Dairy Products Co.,-* and shouted “ get into that ice cream, Prof., and name your quantity.” And we DID. Mr. Mattson o f W oodbum , who makes the finest home made ice - cream you ever tasted and who packs it in his own manufactured “ clear as crystal ice,” handed us 5 gallons as a gift. You’ve got to have a “ comfy cushion” fo r this show, yelled Carl Hansen, o f the Hansen Motor Co., and he gave us a red one to match our complexion. What good is a com munity meet “ piped u p?” Mr. Beers, o f Moore & Beers Drug Co.; if the ladies do not have some exquisite per fume ? And he dumped two big bottles o f the expensive odor in our “ Univer sal,” (paid ad fo r Henrico). This happened in W oodbum , the “ W orld’s Berry Center.” “ You’ll need a headlight or a flash light, to see your way,” said Bill Gifford, o f the Hubbard Garage Co., and he handed us a dandy. “ What’s the use o f all this stu ff,” said Frank Thompson and George Garland, “ if a couple o f boxes o f fine candy are not on the list? You need them in your business. So candy is our sweet word to you.” Joe Hicks, that genial and courteous manager o f the 20th Cen tury and as popular as our next presi dent, Hoover, whispered in our ear, “ better get all the cheese and sugar you can ‘old top,’ so count me in as a community booster.” This we did, and we were so tickled right then that we could have kissed Joe just like George Baker “ smacked” Mary Gar den. “ What’s this noise about,” squeaked Jack Sadler, in his delicate tenor voice. “ Step into this mercantile es tablishment and see if you can find better sugar or mustard anywhere-? Sadler & Krauss' want you folks to know that Aurora grows the best sugar cane and mustard this side of the Pudding river.” “ Listen to me,” sings A. L. Strickland,“Uf the Molalla Electric Co., “ the Stafford Pickle Co., known all over the world as producers -of the only pickles with guaranteed 100 per cent warts, wants your meet in g to know that sugar and mustard, .«or even ice cream or Fishers Pigs in blankets were never complete without a Stafford pickle.” “ Save your nickels fo r Staffords pickles,” (copy righted in Aurora). And then to that big little town, the “ hop land” o f Oregon. “ Take th e bloming store,” said Earl Carver and Joe G roff, ,“ anc( if you need y is H im i BBpjjjà T - <d> Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mack have re turned from the beach. Mrs. McKenzie’s brother, who has been on a visit .her, has returned. Mr. and Mrs.. Bert de Lespinasse and children were Sunday guests with Dr. and Mrs. de Lespinasse. Piper the jeweler of Woodburn will make that watch or clock run. Just trv him. Pelmuider’s. Floral Gardens have anything you want for your garden, porch box or any floral need. 8-tf Stuart L. Johnson, president o f the Commercial, club, brought in Mrs. Johnson’s cake and it was a dandy. L. A. Beekml andT. C. Wat- ton were Pfitland visitors Wednesday. | Dan Hostetleland family are leaving forlndwia to be absent until January. I Wm. Dick aid family of Portland were lubbaril visitors Sunday. Chiropractic Ilreatipents. Dr, Ethel K. Riley,|3ubbard. Calls anywhere. Big time Labor Day at Play more Park.' Mr. and Mrs Howard Pemble are occupying the Joe Weaver home. Mrs. Ida Hochstetler and sons have returned from a visit ini eastern Oregon. These are the big days—Sept. 19-20-21-22,— at the Rqmnd Up in Pendleton. Who’ s going? J. P. McKillip, St. Paul whole Cold storage Roy Troyer i$ planning a trip sale butcher. to Kansas .witMhis family in the equipment. See me if you haye hogs.- -74 f near future. | r; J. J. Hershberger and family are expected pome , about the 10th of September. 1 Be SURE you register if you Fred Gearin o f Donald had to speak want to vote. I If you are NEW a la Jerusalem with his hands. He citizen bring your final record was too busy with a “ Pig in a papers. NOW is the time to blanket.” register. Going to buy a piano? See us Mr. and Mrs. August Rieehel at the Enterprise office. of Woodburn attended the joint Get Piper at Woodburn, the Clackamas-Marion meeting last real jeweler to repair it. week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sadler o f Au rora were present at the Clackamas- Marion meeting. Always glad to see the Sadlers. We noticed those fine twins- with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Strickland. You can even duplicate “ Jimmie” or “ Gene.” Tom Kay made a fine ta lk'at the Clackamas-Marion meeting. He cer tainly put a ’ ’crimp” in Joe Dunne’s- “ bill.” Tom knows his “ Dunn.” I f Frances can-ever bake a cake like her good “ Ma” we bet she will have a million sweethearts.^ Thanks Mrs. Leffler, we certainly appreciate you. Frances Weaver in her Fisher Blent costume had Mary Pickford “ backed o ff the map.” Frances Weaver work ed like a beaver. And so did her good mother. - Many thanks. If Olson can’ t repair it, throw it away.—0. S. Olson, Watch maker and Jeweler. Woodburn, Oregon. W e’re going to move right next to George Grimps to simply live on that fine cake that Louise bakes. Not only can she sing and handle the saxaphone but she certainly wields a mean hand when it comes to cake. W e’re fo r you Louise. One o f the very first workers to respond was Mrs. George Leffler, who carried with her a cake such as only Mrs. Leffler can make. No wonder George is so happy and good looking. Mrs. Leffler was head over heels in w ork.from the time She arrived until the lights went out. sugar or cheese or mustard or anything else, we have the best and are al ways ready to boost the community.” You simply can’t beat that combina tion— Carver and G roff. Little Jack Bush turned the corner in his $7000 meat auto and nodded that he wished to see us. “ What’s the matter with the Donald Meat Mar ket sending over about 25 pounds o f Frankfurters?” “ Why nothing, Jack, only I’m afraid Ivan Stewart and Fred Gearin will eat nothing else but Donald products.” “ Let the bunch sample them, Doc, and since my good old friend, George Grimps, is also do nating a lion’s share I want to be in on it too.’ ’ There you are. Two o f the best butchers in Oregon, Jack and George. What! No more type? So the printer says and we will have to “ throw in.” But the trip around the Horn was worth it, and we’re going to send Ivan Stewart, the popular secretary-treasurer o f Marion Com munity Clubs, and that good old scout, Henry Crawford, a full account o f the meeting, written on the classy sta tionery donated by tlie Evenden Drug Co., o f Woodburn, and held in the fine book stands given by Eyer- ley’ s Variety Store from the same place. When all other remedies have failed, yvhy not try CHIRO PRACTIC. Dr. Ethel K. Riley', Specialist, Hubbard, ’Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. George Leffler and the Holmes family of Mo lalla enjoyed a week at the New port beaches. Margaret“* and Vivian Miller visited with their grandmother, Mrst Adams, at Woodburn, last week. George Riley and wife of Port August Will and B. G. Wells recently visited the former’ s land visited Mr, and Mrs. George Beck last Sunday. farm in southern Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. R. p . Knox of Dr. Tho.npson, Fri- Gresham were week end gupsts day, . August 31 - with their daughter, Dr. Ethel , Thompson’ s Hotel, K. Riley. Those fine Camp Fire Girls Kodak Finishing. Hall’ s Studio worked ike little troopers and Woodburn. 116-120, rolls devel we are iriighty grateful to them. oped, 1‘ print^ei^vf'W.c. 11 i 3-tf You know our number, -girls, Bob Smith has made a splen when you need anythihg. Be did residence out of the old sure and call on .us. Wolfer mercantile building. It For the Butteville Fire Relief adds greatly to the town and Insurance or any other insurance shows what a person may do in the way of beautifying his prop phone Wm. Bliven, Blue 32, Wood erty if he so desires. We offer burn, at Mr. Bliven’s expense or leave name at Hubbard Enterprise congratulations. Bring your seed to office. Stewart & Garrett at Donald. Get your tickets for all The best equipped plant. Clover, S. P. stages at Garland’s Barbe vetch, flax, etc. Experts in cue. 23-tf charge. Farmers always wel If Olson can’ t repair it, throw come. it away.—O. S. Olson, Watch Cobie deLespinasse peeled and maker and Jewler, Woodburn, Oregon. boiled spuds for the Clackamas- Bill Gifford of the Hubbard Marion meeting like “ a house afire” . Cobie said it is fine prac Garage donated 10 gallons of gas tice for the slide trombone. to the big Clackamas-Marion Tom Molloy of Salem Well, she knows how to handle meet. won them, and knowing our fail the “ Murphys” as well as the ing for “ gas” , gave them to us. music. For ¡which, dear Lord, we are Thanks to.the mayor and city grateful. Thanks, Bill; thanks, council for the use o f the chairs. Tom. And thanks to good Levi Miller Three sacks of grain were and Volunteer Firemen, who stolen from Cecil Daemler’ s hauled them and brought them truck Monday evening. Thieves back. Thanks to everybody broke into George Grimps’ build from - everywhere who helped. ing, just outside of town, and We WILL NOT and DO NOT stole several hides. It is. high forget. time to stop this sort of thing, WANTED—Girls and women even if the city has to pay an to work on pears. Season will official j to patrol our streets. start about Aug. 20, and will last The public will demand this about six weeks. Good wages I soon and rightly so. can be made on the piece-work Piper, the jeweler, of Wood- basis. Phone Main 84. I burn, will trust 'you. Repairs Ray - Brown Company, Inc., ! fine watches. — Adv. Woodburn, Oregon. TEX RANKIN SPEAKS Tex Rankin, Oregon’s own aviator and a dandy at that, gave a magnificent talk on the future of aviation at Playmore Park last Friday evening. Tex is Snot only a good flier but a rattling good talker. The audi ence liked this clean cut aviator. The Man’s Shop, Salem. Y. M. C. A., Salem. • Marion Creamery, Salem. Western Products Dairy Co., Salem.. S tiff Furniture Co., Salem. Gahlsdorfs, Salem. Rand-McWhorter Paper Co.v Salem. Fishers Flouring Mills Co., Port land. 20th Century, Oregon City. Foshay Farm, Hubbard. Carl Farm, Hubbard. Frank Thompson, Hubbard. I George Grimps, Hubbard. Garland’s Barbecue, Hubbard. Hubbard Garage, Hubbard. . Hansen Motor Co., Woodburn. Beers & Moore Drug Co., W ood burn. Evenden Drug Co., Woodburn. Jones Drub Co., Oregon City. Huntley-Draper Drug Co., Oregon Burmeister &' Aridresen, Oregon City. , Pelmulder Floral Garden, W ood- burn. John Moor, Playmore Park, Hub bard. 20th Century, Hubbard. Sadler & Krauss, Aurora. 1 * .Carver & G roff, Donald. I Donald Meat Market^ Donald. Mattsons Ice Cream Co., Wood-, burn. (Between W oodbum and Hubbard) ' Ed W olfer, Hubbard. Wm. Bliven. Mayor and City Council, Hubbard. Levi Miller, manager ^Hubbard Lumber. Co. ' • <t ■ Eyerley’s Variety Store, Woodburn. Butteville Fire Insurance' & Hop Growers Association. ® Wf ' Also Milwaukee, Ore., stores through Mrs. Hazen. EXCELLENT PROGRAM Thé program rendered at Playmore Park August 17 fo r the Clackamas- Marion- meet was', to say the least, exceptional., The ’ Mt. Angel Boys ba,ni; played magnificently, Mrs.[ Ivan Stewart, accompanied by Marguèrite Blumenberg, was in her usual splendid voice. Vernon Keane and Ted Kinns showed them how to play banjos and that boy from Milwaukee made them laugh. Mr. Henselman, with his ac- cordian, again made the Cherry City famous and had Charlie Wilson all smiles. An inspirational talk from Oregojn’s fine orator, B. F. Irvine, won the hearts o f all. Other speakers were State Treasurer Tom Kay, Sen ator Reynolds, Henry C raw ford,. “ Tex” Rankin, Merton Ellis, Ed Brodie and Howard, Belton. The movie - man took several pictures which will be shown in Salem and Oregon City. The meet was a decided success. AT THE ELSINORE 1 Moving pictures of the Clack- amas-Marion meeting were shown at the Elsinore theatre in Salem, Saturday, Sunday and Monday,, and in Oregon City, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs day. This is a big advertise ment for the two counties and especially for Playmore Park, Hubbard. Several people from Montana, California and some srom Hood River and Grants Pass who saw the picture said it was an “ ad” that certainly would do good. WHO BOILED THE MURPHYS? Here they are: Mrs. George Knight, Mrs. Cobie de Lespinasse, Mrs. Her man Carl, Mrs. Ha} Hoss and Mrs. Laura Knox. The clubs certainly en joyed them, ladies, and WE thank you “ a million.” We have the agency for A ll Sh erm an -G ay Instruments Pianos, Organs and every musical instrument. Also the wonderful Sherman-Clay Radios. Reduced Prices. Come in if you need a piano and we will talk business. Everything in music. We are agents for Sherman-Clay of Salem.