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IIOOD RIVER (j LACIER, THURSDAY. AUGUST 10. 1911
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Miss Campbell, of Portland, bus
been visiting her friend, Mrs. C. F.
Oiillian. Miss Mary Frazier, of
Portland, is here for a visit with her
Hbters, Mrs. 11. S. Gulligan and Mrs.
C. F. (lulligan.
Mrs. H. S. Lewis and daughters,
Helen and Gladys, went to Portland
last week for visit with relatives and
G. W. Lafferty came home early last
week from an extended visit with his
son and daughter at Weiser, Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. li. T. Young left last
week for Portland, where Mr. Young
will enter a sanitarium for treatment.
They stopped over at Carson, Wash.,
for a short visit with their son, Wal
lace. The following party came in from
Lost Lake recently: Mr. and Mrs.
Telford Mount, of Hood Hiver. Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Lenz, Mr. and Mrs.
Graener, Miss Anna Lenz, Joe Lenz
and Kd Clark.
Mrs. Late Roberts, of Los Angeles,
Cal., surprised her mother, Mrs. Alice
K. Poole, by coming for a visit with
out annnouncing her intention before
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ferguson and
little daughter. Martha, went to Port
land Saturday for a few days' business
Last Friday men numbering fifteen
gathered to assist in building tho new
church. Dinner was served at the
home of T. W. Atkinson by the Ladies
Aid and every one seemed to enjoy
the occasion. A good deal of work
On the evening of Friday, August
18th, a concert will be given under the
auspices of the Methodist Ladies Aid
Society of Odell at the I. O. O. F.
Hall in Odell. Ernest E. Fitzsimmons,
violinist, and Louis Oes Voignes,
pianist, both graduates of the'W. S. C.
School of Music, will be assisted by a
local soloist and reader and we believe
we can assure the public of one of the
best entertainments ever given here.
The following clippings express the
sentiment in other places where these
young musicians have appeared in
"Ernest Fitzsimmons is a member
of the College Orchestra and one of
the best violin players that has ever
attended the college."-Spokane
"One of the enjoyable features of
the evening was the rendition of a
violin solo by Ernest E. Fitzsimmons.
The encore that Mr. Fitzsimmons re
ceived was satisfactory evidence that
he is a young msaster of the violin and
pleased tne most lasiuuous ermi-a.
"Mr. Louis Des Voignes is a grad
uate of the W. S. C. School or music
and is a Dianist of ability. His grad
uation recital was one of the best ever
given here and his playing is always
liked bv his audience. Prof. Herbert
"Mr. Louis Des Voignes is a very
pleasjng pianist. As a graduate he
has 'made good' as a representative of
the work we are doing. His perfor
mances have called forth the highest
nraise. I commend him to all music
lovers, feeling sure as a piano player
he will satisfy, please and entertain
all who may hear him."-Prof. W. B
An earnest sermon by Rev. Troy
Shellev last Sundav morning. An
interesting C. E. meeting in the even
jng with Mary Sheppard leader.
Rev. C. L. Lowther. of Moro. Ore
will hold services at Odell next Sundav
Mr. and Mrs. Josenh Sheirbon, of
Merilll, Iowa, arrived Sunday and-will
remain here for a visit at the home of
their qon. W. L. Sheirbon. They ex
nreRs themselves as deliahted with
Hood River Valley.
li F. Coe and daughter, Eleanor
Coe. and granddaughter, Leita Bower
man, left Monday for Cannon Beach.
Mr and Mrs. Bratxon Marvel, of
Central Illinois, have been visiting
relatives near Dufur and Tuesday
afternoon thev came down for a visi
with their niece, Mrs. T. W. Atkinson
Miss Delia Rush and her brother,
b 1-pmI (state and newspaper man from
Tennessee, were here Tuesday looking
the Vallev over. Mr. Rush is visiting
relatives at other points in Oregon and
made the trip here while m tne worm-
1 ho lawn social at the home of Ml
nrt Mrs W. G. Ehrck last Friday
night was a success socially and
financially. The lawn was hung with
Japanese lanterns and the effect was
verv Dleasing. All present thoroughly
enioved the evening. A song by
Martha Ferguson and drill by eight
girls was heartily applauded.
What is known as the Lenol and Dan
Satter homesteads are being surveyed
and platted in two acre tracts.
Mrs. J. C. Jacobsen and little
daughter, Frances, of Portland, are
visiting Mrs. Kirkpatrick at Sun-Up
John Cahalin has returned to Port
land after a ten days' . stay at the
Lazy Boys Ranch.
Ciaude Arisman went to Stevenson
last week to prove upon his home
stead. Thewiss'chalet being built by Lay
cock and Graves for Miss Florence
Holmes is Hearing completion.
Mr. Arisman has installed a pump in
the Jacobsen spring which is greatly
Mr. Munsinger was a pleasant visit
or at Sun-U-p Ranch last Sunday.
Mr. Wendorf has begun packing and
Mr. Kirkpatrick and daugher, Mrs.
Fruge, were shopping in Hood River
One day last week Mr. Airsman's
horse became frightened while stand
ing in front of the Underwood store.
It ran off, ending up in the sand. The
buggy was badly broken. It required
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nately no one was hurt.
Clarence Dixon made a business trip
to Stevenson last week.
The E. A. Franz general nierchan-
lse store does a rushing business at
Underwood these days.
While burning in his clearing last
week Mr. Ilewett had the misfortune
to drop his watch in the tire.
Mr. Sloore, the surveyor, killed two
rattle snakes near the Fowler place
ast week. One had nine rattles, the
Mrs. Kirkpatrick says she is from
Missouri but those strawberries only
measured five and three quarter inches.
W. L. Kirkpatrick went to Hood
River last week to oversee the founda-
ion work on Dr. Thrane's residence
out on tne Last Side near Pine Grove.
G. C. Corlie is spending the week
end Lin Portland. Listen here, the
Rose Show is over, the Sweet Pea
Carnival has passed -the writer does
not take the Oregonian and cannot say
ust what attractions are in Portland
now! uoes anyone nappen io Know.'
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Griffith's sister.
Miss Gritfeth, of Portland, is spending
a week with them at their ranch home.
Miss Susan Anthony, of Sioux City,
Iowa, was a house guest of Mr. and
Mrs. E. N. Cummins last week. Sev
eral affairs were given for her.
J. W. Amos came up from Portland
Saturday to spend the week end with
his family, who are up for a few
week's visit to their ranch.
W. G. Detwiller and Harry Stickney
are down at St. Martin's and Shipherd's
Hot Springs taking the "rheumatiz
Church services were held Sunday
atfernoon at the Hamlin ranch, Rev
Hershner, of Hood River, conducting
Mrs. Howard M. Greiner was the
charming hostess of an afternoon
flower party last f nuay. ineguesis
were asked to come representing gome
flower, and after their arrival, a guess
ing contest ensued, in which Miss Luna
Beach received the prize ior cipnering
out correctly the most number oi
flowers represented. Mrs. G. W..
Griffeth Droved to be the most original.
wear ne a few wheat stems in ner neu
and claiming to be the moBt popular
flnwer around there, "whole wheat
flour." The hostess had provided other
amusements, Buch as a musical game
nd an art museum which entertained
the quests until lunch was served on
the screened-in veranda amid a bower
of preenerv and flowers. Out of town
guests were Mrs. Harry Cummins, of
Hood River. Miss Grilfeth, of Port
land, and Mrs. Black and the Misses
Beach, of Sioux City, Iowa.
Mrs. Harry Cummins and children,
of Hood River, are visitors at the Vin
Miss Olive M. Sill, of Tacoma, is i
house guest of Mrs. L. A. Stickney at
the Highlands. ,
Miss Edna Beach, who has been vis
itinir her sister. Mrs. W. G. Detwiller,
at Knmandtindus. is returning to her
hnme. Sioux Citv. Iowa. Friday. She
goes by way of Seattle and the Canad
Miss Florence Holmes and mother, I
Mrs. Weber, are reported to be nicely
settled in their new ranch bungalow.
Bath tickets may be purchased at
Skookum Orchards at so much per
bath or by the month ! What if we all
had bath rooms - there wouldn't be any
money in it so it's better as it is!
Anyone of the Underwood Flat Dis
trict desirous .of putting in items for
the Hood River paper must either give
them to their own editor or pend them
to the Nobility Hill editor, by Sunday
or Monday of each week for the ensu
ing week's edition.
Harry M. Francis made a short busi
ness visit in Portland last week.
II. E. Swift and family have moved
onto the Geo. W. Simons ranch. j
Roy Batchellor went to his home in
Portland last week for an indefinite!
Mrs. Ernma Brosi and daughter,
Helen, are spending the week with
friends on the E"st Side.
F. II. Irwin spent two days last
week in Portland and Oregon City.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Upson spent
Sunday at Cloud Cap Inn, having made
the trip from Hood River in the auto
F. L. Perkins came over from the
East Side last week and spent several
days visting friends.
C. C. Lemmon returned last week
from a trip through the Willamette
Miss Ellen McCurdy went to Port
land Saturday for a short stay.
Bruce Schuman is visiting in Seattle.
F. F. McCrea has been spending the
greater part of the last two weeks in
the Lower Valley and in Hood River.
However, he was here Saturday night
to attend the dance at the Parkdale
Mrs. W. A. Green, who is spending
the summer at Mrs. Howe's, was in
the Upper Valley for the Parkdale
dance Saturday night and spent Suo
day'at the camp.
Geo. Boldget, with a large crew of
men, is clearing au acres ot land.
The city was moved en masse last
week from the property of Geo
Blodgett to the location on the tract of
the Oregou Apple l.o. the entire
residence and business portion was
moved in two days. The only mishap
reported was the loss of the diagram
of the map of Mr. Green s tent.
Bernard Sellinger, of Trout Lake,
Wash., sent part of Monday and Tues
day in Mosier, going from here to
Lyle to visit his sister.
Mrs. F. A. Allington and her mother
returned Monday evening from North
Yaikma and Kelso, Wash., where they
Rav Sturgess and wife left for Port
land the first of the week where Ray
will assist Geo. Davenport in his busi
Dr. and Mrs. Johnson returned
during the week from a camping trip
on Hood River.
and children, of The
last week with Mrs.
Mrs. Roy Hill
Wm. N. Akers.
Dr. Robinson and wife are enjoying
a visit from the doctor's sister, Mrs.
Evan Jones, of Brooklyn, N. Y., and
her friend, Miss May Agnew. The
doctor took his g-ests for a sail on the
river to Memaloose Island and across
to the Washington side during the past
J. P. Carroll left Monday, August 7,
for a few days' fruit inspecting busi
ness in the vicinity of Dufur.
Miss Anna Godberson made a trip to
Hood River last week to secure a
rooming and boarding place for herself
and sister Dorothy, near the Pine
Grove school, where Miss Anna will
teach this coming term.
J. T. Davenport spent Sunday at his
home in Mosier with C. G. Nichol and
Mrs. Mary Mosier left Sunday for
The Royal Neighbors surprised Mrs.
Jno. Wellberg last week with an even
ing visit, games and refreshments.
Mrs. V. C. Young and son, Ted, are
spending a few days in Hood River.
Guy Wilson lost his valuable little
dog, "Snipper," last weeK, due to
poison placed by unknown but very
cruel parties. W e wonder who enjoys
being the cause of such misery.
Jno. Wellberg was a business visitor
to The Dalles Sunday.
Geo. C. Chamberlain and Chas. Ben
nett returned home tired, dusty and
happy Sunday evening from their out
ing in the mountains. They had great
sport and brought home some venison.
Mrs. S. D. Fisher and Miss Irene
went to Hood River Monday.
Frank Middleswart left Monday
aftemuon for Hood River Valley where
he has work for a few weeks.
E. Wood, of Stevenson, Wash., came
to Mosier on business Monday after
noon. C. H. Dunsmore was a business vis
itor to The DallesIMonday. Mr. Well
berg attended to the market during
F. A. Allincton was a business vis
itor to Portland Monday.
Wm. Davis came home lucsduy
evening from a few days visit m Van
couver and Portland.
A. E. Middleswart came up from
Parkdale Tuesday and will assist in
making prune crates at the warehouse.
Mrs. E. N. Stroup, of Portland,
spent a day or so in Mosier this week.
Miss L. Rintoill, -of 'Jim Dalles,
visited a few days at Mrs. Amos
Root's, returning home Tuesday
Mrs. E. J. Keller is entertaining her
two sisters, Mrs. T. W. Rich, of San
Diego, Cal., and Mrs. L. A. Untitling,
of Baker, Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Chown are
enjoying a week s outing ai ueean
Park. Wash. U. A. Mainews nas
charge of the store, meanwhile.
Misses Mattie Hudson and Rose
Whitson left Friday for a two week's
stay with friends at North Yakima.
Mrs. K. L. Copple came home from
The Dalles the last of the week where
she had been staying with her sister,
Mrs. C. E. Ruppe, of Pendelton, who
has been very ill at the hospital.
Mosier people having business calls
to HooJ River this week were A. P.
Bateham, Mis. J. E. Iligley, Miss K.
Ba;iks, Mrs, Ralph Cummings, Mrs.
H. L. Woods and Miss Ruth Cle.nents.
Mrs. Ashley and daughter returned
to Portland this week.
Busiuess visitors to The Dalles the
last of the week were A. Stewart, P.
A. Knoll. W. Winegar and J. P.
Dr. Ross was pleasantly surprised
Friday evening when a number of
friends walked in to spend the evening
and also help him celebrate, it being
H. G. Kibbee and son, H. Olsen and
Jack Lelliott were Hood River visitors
P. Knoll and Miss A. Ilaacke attend
ed the camp meeting of the summer
school conducted by the Sever. Day
Adventists, near Parkdale, Saturday.
Rev. J. Hargreaves, of Hood River,
was installed as pastor for the lmanuel
church Sunday, August Cth, at the
morning service, me r.ev. c . n.
Sharp, of the Mt. Tabor Presbyterian
church of Portland, conducting the
Mrs. Viekera and daughter, of The
Dalles, spent Sunday, July 30th, in
A lively game of ball was played
Sunday afternoon on the home diamond
by Odell and Mosier teams. The score
at the end stood 0" and 7, Tavor of
C. Steelsmith came up Saturday
from Portland to spend Sunday on his
ranch south of town.
F. II. Bourhill is to be the new post
master at Roweiia. He expects his
supplies this week.
Misses Sonhia and Roseliod Norris
of Portland, are spending a few days
in Mosier this week.
I Rev. W. A. Stark, of Hood River,
came to Mosier on business Monday.
Rev. J. B. Parsons, of Hood River,
conducted meeting in the Greenwood
district last week.
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