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HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1924
LONGING for the man
BURNING to avenge
the murder of his friend.
MOODY MINE WILL
BE WORKED SOON
Hunchliack of Notre Dame." at Hood
Elver last Wetluesday evening.
H. C. Wyatt was a Hood River vis
itor last Wednesday.
Tony Boettcher went to Seattle
Tuesday for a couple of weeks.
nild-«umuier Hixid River
Miss Beatrice Camplx-11, of Hood will have it« - flrat gold mining
River, and Brice Campbell, of Maupin, Wallace A. Moody, interested for a
were home over the we«'k end?
numlx-r of years with his father. J. T.
W. T. Wyatt mid <*rge Hanel Moody, and a brother, William Moody,
were business Visitors at lloixt Biver in pros|>ectlng on the east side of
Mount Hisid on the high tiase of Look
Van Embree was a Hood Biver vis out mountain, while' here Monday
allowed specimens of ore taken from
itor last Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hopper spout n tunnel sunk 40 feet Into the hillside
last summer. Jle stated that assays
at H« mm I River.
■te, Go- «Uy.--AtU'r..uxvi-diUug..tuur Illi. 4 mm
W, F.-Cunpt-r white Mrs. Saturday
j; rrrwih and wm; Trrtwwrimw ,MM*
4 he «*• -<»» «w ***** iu
anil other Choper is in Portland with her daugh
eluding Victoria. B.
gold to the ton. and in addition to this
their Saturday night danced March 22. $29..’k> worth of platinum.
I'anadinn points. Mr. ami Mrs. Sh«-p- ter and grandson.
pard will I m - nt home on the ranch
The Aloha Club met with Mr«. advertised as "The Hop of the EquL
"We are getting ready to construrt
owned by Mr. Sheppard in Central Freeman last Wedneaday and officeni nox.” Howard's orchestra will fuP a cyanide plant on our property about
Jun«- 15," said Mr. Moody, "and with
for the year were ehx-ted us follow«:
Ernest Monrix- and his crew of inen a small crew we will work the mine
Louis Plug. who lias been carolled Mrs. E. E. laige. president; Mrs F. C.
at O. A. C. during the last term, re Detliman. vi«-e president; Mrs. W. J. are ch-auing out the Glacier ditch intensively this summer."
Bryan. se«-r»-tnr.v treasurer. The club this week Mr. Monroe will lie ditcli
Ho far as Is known the Moody mine
turned home last Thursday.
is the only one in the Mount Hood
Mr. auil Mrs. Harve Tompkins have will nwet next W«xine«dny with Mrs. walker this summer.
Adolph Paten-au lias added an region. The men will transport their
moved into tlie house owned by H. F. A. F. Bickford
mining e<|iiipnient to the Lookout
Tlie Walk Over Club was enter other team to his logging outfit. .
mountain trail ou the Loop highway.
Odell feels a
Before this road was built It was
in the panning
to carry «-quipment in over
many years hi
his kins- while working iu the woods. tortuous trails on’pack horses. The
their home among uh . In any of the Page and Mrs. Cutler.
site of the mine, according to those
many neigblxirbood activities one
A. W. Peters and E. II. Pooley were
There will lx- a H[x-elal si-hisil iiiwt-
cotild’lnlwa.vH find n ready mid cheer busiiK-ss visitors in Portland last Sat ing at the Mt. Hood scluxil March 22 who have vlsite«l it, is extremely
ful supporter in Dr. Dutro. Many a urday.
at S o'clock in thel evening to elect
home will feel the ulisenei- of tiis'coni-
Mrs. F. E.' Mack anil Miss Helen one director to till the unexpired ti-rni
forting presence.. Few are so fortu Brosl s|x-nt the week end in Portland. of W. M. Rusli, resigned, and to dis
WOMEN’S CLUB NEWS
nate in« leaving such a fund of lovhig
Sulo Hanahan, who lias lx-en mak cuss a water supply for the school.
and happy memories as Dr. Dutro left. ing Ills home for several yi-ars with
W. M. Rush mol family have moved
The regular business (nesting of the
Our, sympathies'are indeed with ills his aunt. Mrs. F. E. Mack, left yester to their new home at Trout Cr«*ek.
Woman's Club was held at the library
bereft family. •
day to join hia father near Seattle.
George Andrus bns la-gun working linll Weilnesilay, March 12, Mrs. II. B.
J. H. Eggert. Louis nnd Fred Eggert Sulo wns a member «if the eighth at the mill.
Perlgo presiding. Mr«. S. E. Bart-
left Friday for Bend, where they will grade <-laM?in school.
Ben Dniqson mid family have moved ini-ss tixik charge of the program.
resume their former occupations.
Rev. Chirk, of Whitff Salmon,
J. D. Mickle, state fixxl an«l dairy
the W. M. Rusli ranch.
Frank Ford, of Winnemucca, Nev., preach next Sunday morning.
coinmissioner, gave an intereating talk
«pent tile week end visiting his niece,
on the value of tlie dairy product ns
Mr«. James Henderson and
Miss Bernice Nelson.
«ximpured to the vglne of oleomarger-
Donald, were here Tuesilny for
The community supjs-r nnd pro- birthday celebration of lier
Ine. He urged th«- club member« to
’ (By Jennie Madden)
gram _ prepured
Friday night, by Hans Lage.
give this careful consideration at the
the ladies of Central Vale Was a huge
Mrs. N. T. Whitecotton han pur- ClaJire, Wis., parents of Mrs. T. H. next ehx-tlon.
success. Everyone who nttendeil pro chased a new Star car.
The time being rather liipJted Mrs.
Grihdrod. are visitors at the horn«- of W. F. Laraway held parliamentary
nounced the supiM-r both liountifiil and
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Grindrod.
delicious and the program which fol
drill over until a later date. Miss
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Giltner. Mr. and Campbell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
lowed was highly original. Close to ten nt Mrs. E. E. Image's Friday after
$l(Xl wns the\totjj> realized. W«- hope
Mrs. J. H. Gone mid daughter. Mrs. Snin Tampliell. rendered two piano
they come again.
B. A. Forester and Jack Forester, of solos. Mrs. Paiil Fletcher sang a solo
Portland, were wix-le end visitors a( and was nccompanied by Mrs. Chas.
Mrs. B. Krohn entertained n group
Rd Plieljis has moved his family to tlie liome of Mr. and Mrs. Jess For- H. Sletton.
of friends at' a birthday dinner Tues
Membership wns granted to th«- fol
day of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Binder were lowing during th«- month« of Ihxem-
Elder L. W. Cotton preached an in
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Shrum have
moved to Portland where they will teresting sermon last Sunday at thc week end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. ber, January. February and March:
W. M. I-ane.
Mrs. McFarland, Mrs. C. C. Crew.
Advent Christian church.
'make their future home.
Wm. Frizzijll, a well known pioneer Mrs. W. N. Byars. Mrs. L. S. Bo.vd.
Wm. Terrill, of Mosier. anil'Mr. anil
Mr. and Mrs. I’oul Hansen were
rs. Herlx-rt Field. Mrs. Fred John-
very plensantl.v surprised by tlie for Mrs. David Upton, of Hood River. vis- of Cascade Locks, is quite ill anil has M
K. Benton and Mrs. C. P.
mer members of th«- Willow Flat Card Bed last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. la-on confined to his home for mime son. Mrs. C.
Club last Sunday evening. Mr. and
Mrs. Hansen's wedding anniversary
Mrs. Hallie Ballweg and son were
Clifton Baker has moved Ills family
The Woman's Club meeting of
falls on March 17 and their friends here from Portland and they are liv week end guests nt the home of Mrs. March 20 will is* a card party in the
gathered to help them observe it. The ing on the II. O. Cixiper ranch. Mr. Balweg's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Ditte- club room nt 2.30 following tlie regu
guests also provided dainty refresh Raker is assisting in the machine shop hrandt.
lar business meeting. The dei-oratlng
ments, at the proper time.
at the apple grader plant of August
Mrs. O. W. Glover mol «laughter, committee, of which Mrs. N. II. Mac
Mrs. L. I). Bo.vixl returned f/oui Gulgnard
Lucille, were in town Saturday and Millan Is chairman, has charge of the
Eugene Inst week, where she had lieen
Bridge, tnah Jongg and
Elder and Mrs. Carter received a attended the manque bull Saturday afternoon.
visiting her daughter, Mrs. F. E. letter this wix-k from Montrwil. Can evening.
five hundred will l>e played, a prize
ada, telling them of the serious illness
The masque bull elven at the I. O. lieing given for the high score in each.
The Ijidli-s’ Aid held a silver ten of Mrs. Carter's mother.
<>. F. and K. P. bull Saturday evening Tliose not playing curds will have en
at the home of Mrs. W. S. Glelser
A great many In this vicinity are by th«- Community Club was a suc- tertainment provided, Refreshments
Wednesday. The rooms were <l<-«-or- suffering from colds.
eessful affair, tnmiy out of town peo will la- served. The afternoon is be-
given by tlie committee to pro
ated in greens anil shniuriM-ks and the
ple Ix-ing in attendance.
funda to buy decorations for the
refreshments wen- also in keeping
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Olson and daugh
~ OAK GROVE
with St. Patrick's day. A business
ter. Helen, came iqi from l’ortlnnd to club room. Tliose wishing to Mac-
reservations may telephone Mrs.
in«-etlng wns held, followed by a pro
Tlie health committee gave a very attend the masque ball Saturday
Millan at 1372.
gram of music umt short talks on enjoyable jiarty last Saturday even evening.
"Ireland” and “St. Patrick.”
ing. The nudltorlum wns beautifully
Mr. and Mrs. Brolliar were visitors
Tlie A. A. IT. W. will hold its regu-
Tlie declamatory «-oldest in the sev decorated in St. Patrick's day motifs in Portland and Newberg last week,
monthly luncheon at tlie IIntel
enth nnd eighth grades was held Mon jind fems. C
Cards and dancing were
Mrs. Jennie Madden was a visitor Oregon next Saturday, March 22. at
day evening. Miss Helen Coppte was the diversion. Tlie
Indies realized a
given first place. S|>eii<-er Smith wiis small sum which will In- used in^tlie nt the home of her brother. C. V. 1 p. nt. ’ Th«1 program committee will
Morris, in Portland hist week.
present C. '. E. Graves, who will deliver
rated nmong first among (lie Ixiys. health work.
an interesting talk on nature litera
Miss Elma Purdy deserves honorable
Mrs. Berget, of Mt. Hood, spent the
ture. discussing such authors ns Sid
mention, having lx-en a very close wix-k visiting in th«- neighlxirhood.
ney Tinnier and John Burning!». The
wcond. Rev. W. S. Glelser. Mrs. E. ~
T. She wns the guest of Mrs. H. ITogg?,
president and a few of the members
Hull and Miss Lola Graffi, .acted as Mrs.Dinsminir. Mrs. Cunning and Mr«.
have Ixx-n Investigating a very worth
while project which will Is* discussed.
A brown ray us«- owihx I by Mrs. E.
Burford nnd Eskew Davis are back
The study department will also be
T. Hull strayed away Inst week. n In school again after hnvlng «pent the
IM'l*f',,nB rarrying the discussed Please phone Mrs. Bertha
Ims white markings on the face and winter In California with their par
l * o I citizens nud taxpayers Dutro, 1433. for luncheon reservations.
wears a Bar—N brand. Any informa ents.
iiWehted to (lie body, asking for
tion <H>ncernlng its wherealxmts will
Mrs. II. Pregge returned liomejast a referendum on the purchase of n
W. O. W. Plans Big Convention
week after a visit of two imititlis with 37Rj-aiTe tract west of the city, a por
A huge iqs-n-alr initiation, imrtici-
W. H. Bucher, who lias ajH-nt the relativ«-s.
tion of It to I m * used for nuto pnrk tmted in by 11 <nni|i« of the Woodmen
winter months In Portland, is at home
puriMiM-s. tlie city council denied the of the World, will lx- held here June
for the summer.
tlieir |K>sltlon with Mr. McCurdy nnd |M-titlon. stating that negotiations for 5, iieixirdiiig to F. A^Beard, district
David W. Pence has gon«- to Port iiyrtVd on to n place.
the property, owned by Mr. nnd Mrs. manager, who win her«- the first of
land to r«M*elve niudii-al attention.
[ Mrs. McCurdy s|a-nt the week in ■I. F. Batchelder ami sous, had pro the week assisting in making arrange
ceeded to the point where the city ments for the affnlr.
Mi«« Grijee Chamlx-rs has removed' Portland.
was morally bound. The city. paying
about 70 of her Spitzenburg tnx-s anil“
Present plans arc to initlnte 500
$12.000 for the new property, will candidates, nnd arrangements are be
is Hotting tlllx-rts in their stead. This
transfer in part payment the old 3- ing made to nia-ominodat«- 5JXM) pcopk-
will prove an Interesting and we liojx- nt K p. m.
ncre automobile jtark valued at $3.ooo. durtng the day. Mr. Benrd said. Can
a profitabh* experiment.
Anniinl clenn up day will lx- ob The council plans on the immediate didates will I m - initiated by a staff of
Mrs. John McKay wns a guest of
served some time within the next two Improvement of the new park. $3.500 officers representing the head camp of
rs. D. W. Pen«» Inst week.
wix-ks. ’ The ladies will serve a basket having Ixx-n tnn<le available in the th«- bulge, from Denver. Colo., assisted
A very delightful party wiis held lunch. ' The men will work on the 1924 budget.
by the drill team from Multnomah
at the" home of Miss Bonnie Wein grounds and build some needed piny
Monday night, when H. J. Moore.
heimer Inst Saturday evening. The ground apisiratua for the primarv s|N>ki-Hiiian for the petitioners, asked <nmp. l’ortlnnd.
Candidates froii Casi-ade Locks
freshman history clnHS lield ir «-ontest cliildren.
if action of tlie council In tabling the H< xm 1 River. The Ikilles. Wnw-o. Moro.
nnd the losing team was th«- host. The
The Parent • Teacher Association
Antelope. Dufur. Stevenson. White
diMxirations. stunts nnd refreshments
man Iluelut s|M>ke for th^, council. He Salmon. Goldendale nil«) Centerville
carried out tlie Ht. Patrick theme. All held an Interesting meeting last FrL reviewed the negotiations, which, he„
h~ will lx- initiated.
day attem<a>n.~‘Among other interi-sU
reported a wonderful time.
ing topics dixeussed wns tlie question said, hud I m - cu prixx'ixling for six
All of th«- feativitles. aside fhom the
Monday evening the Christian En of hot lunch for next year . The asso months. H<* dmlnreil that civic or actual Initiation, will be open to the
deavor held a party nt tin- honu- of ciation lias no intention of letting a ganizntlonH luid «ponxored the move public. A big street pnrniic. athletic
Mr. mid Mrs. Will Cunningham. About good tiling drop.
ment. although no objection was ever «■«intents and n public pli-nic with a
1<Xi were |ire«ent.
Muster Donnld Sberrill bns ixx-n beard until very recently. Mr. Htie- snlmon Imke. are nmong the feature«
Sunday schixil meets nt the Union out of scliixd the past week snfferlng lilt declanxl tliat he felt legally bound planned.
church nt 10 n. m. About 9S were from nn attack of pneumonia.
to pnx-eed with tlie purchase. The
Tlie general committee on nrrnngc-
motion for tabling the petition was nicnts. heaihxl by Mr. Beard aa chair-
present Inst Sunday morning. A «-om-
nmnloti service is belli every Sunday
made by ('ouncilinnn Hiu-lat. and man. is ma«l<* up ns follows: A. C.
nt 11 o'clock. Prea«*blng at 3.15 p. m. ing relatives nt Onk Grove this week, Councilman Sonnlchaen seconded it.
Mayor Perigo declared tliat he White Salmon; . A. H. Read and W.
by Rev. Johnson. Last Sunday Rev. will leave Wednesday for Issnquali.
Troy Shelley sang a solo, which was Wash.
would have l>ecn extremely glad if it C. Fredilen. Tin- Dalles: Charles Fos
Horn Bros, are Installing new mn- would F m - iHissihle to refer the park ter and John Lindsey. Hood River.
much enjoyed by nil.
The Missionary study class of the ehlnery in the mill. They have pur- matter to a vote of the people. He
M. R, church inix-ls every Monday <-hns«xl a new G. M C. truck for log declared that it was too late.
legion Dances Prove Popular
C. A Bell and Harrv T. DeWitt
evening. Ijist mix-ting several new ging.
Tlie Saturday evening dunces of the
Onk Drove will be represented in voiced their protest against the pur
mertdM-rs joined. The topic last time
was India. Next Monday Ijitin Anier- the declnmatory «ulrNst nt Hood Riv chase, declaring that n need existed American Ix-gion post. should, ns the
for the lowering of taxes. Tlie-rapid pleasure loving folk of the community
er Friday evening.
i<ii will lie studied.
of them, prove popular. Tlie
Hot luiiehos have lx-en dlsi-ontinued advancement of private automobile learn
Tin- (iilell Ixiys won Ixitli basket ball
legionnaires, who are offering citizen«
parks was also cited.
io-'" from Barrett. The Barrett for tin- yenr.
At the instance of City Supervisor of the city nnd valley wholesome rec
Scouts, under E. M. Ln|x-. scoutmas
Tlie tennis court Is being piX in
reation nt the partle«.»take charge of
ter. Won innib favorable comment for order nnd soon will-lx- open for play. Clark tlie city council Monday night the Oriental cafe each Saturday even
forwarded an official expression of
tlieir sportsmanship in playing and
thanks to (’. W. Wiinzt-r. divisional ing. nnd the merry parties begin nt 9
losing. Their conduct throughout wits
engineer for tlie state highway depart and last until midnight.
jvorthy of meution.
Ford's orchestra fqrnlshes the mu
ment. for Ills aid in street paving
Vnnghfinn E. Keys and Miss Ethel plans and Ills efforts toward securing sic for tlie Ia-gion hop«. Kenneth L.
Allison Fletcher, superintendent of
tlie M. E. Sunday achool. lias ap|x>int- \. Montgomery were married nt the state aid on tlie proposed paving of Hicks. well known The Palles news
ed tlie following «-omniittee to have home of the lirlde’s parents Friday nt Cascade avenue.
paper man. has visited bore to aug-
«•barge <f the Easter program: Mrs. 3. p. m . Rev. Hutchinson, of Parkdale,
Dr. Jesse Edgington urged the ment the orchestra. Visitors from
W. H. Shoirfion. Mrs. G. A Weber ami officiating. Tin- young ixmple left flint council to endorse publicly plans for a other mld-Colnmbla points nnd the
Rev. W. H. Glel«er, Dei-islon day will night for eastern Oregon where Mr. elemi itp month, lie declare«! that a valley s|x-uk in the most compliment
lx- obsened Palm Stindiiy atul lx>tb Keys Is employed for tlie summer.
need-exists ;for keeping clean up plans ary terms of tlie pleasant dance«.
tin Sunday schixil aiwl «iinrch hour-
R. J. Montgomery has purchased tlie aeilvec-ovcr a long period, ns truck
will be turnixl over to appropriate ex- F. M. Ireland place.
men engaged In trnnsixirtlng litter
Sixth Pier is Poured
- r« i ;c^'Vaster Sunday, whleli falls on
Rom—'To Mr. nnd Mrs. L. O. wonhPnot lx* able to handle it all in a ■ Crews of tlie' Gilpin Construction
April 2<>? There were lot present at Rhoades. Monday. March 19, a baby single week.
JCo. Sunday finished pouring concrete
Sunday school last Sunday ami more Ixiy.
City Supervisor Clark announced into forms <
tier'No. 2 of the Wau
present for church.
coma interstate \bridge. This Is the
Mr. nnd Mrs. R. A. Montgomery
ing, of east State street would have sixth pier finlsli«'jl nlxive- tlie water
Sunday school next Snndn.v nt 10 a. Imre movbil to the Fnirborne house.
to be abandoned. ns It will lie nwi'«-
Preiu’lilng service« nt . 11 o'clock
attached nt once in
C Barnes has sold bls homestead to snrv to include data calling for a strtv- line. Work w
hv llev. W. S. Glelser. Spt-elnl music
completing th dredging of Pier No.
wnlk on the south side of the street. (I. nn<l by tlie < id of thia month thia
will hei rendered. Epwortli Isagm- lit
o. A. Ramsey and family motored
11. B. Rend attended the council will lx- poured ip to the water line.
7 J5. ^A'lic topi«- Is “Christ Fulfilling
His Father's Commission in Ills ilotvn from Moro and .spent Sunday nnd asked the body to adopt an or- it Is nntfclpat<-d:
Works.” Mrs. J. E. Ferguson, lender with Mr. Rumsey’s uncle. M. H. Craft, dinniKx- providing for licehse« for
Tlie Columbia fiver, which has lx-en
radio users, who will lx- raqnired to iinnsu.illy high fot^.tbe early spring
I’leacliing nt H o’clock by Rev. Glelser who hail Just returned from Bend. -
Mervil Perkins has returned home
s«-ns<in. during the past turn days
after linving s|x*nt a couple of weeks paratus as will prevent rvrrtdlation.
showcil the heaviest drop since the
-< PINE GROVE
col«l weather of the first of the year.
H. D. (»shorn«- went to Portland
New Service Station
• ' Tlie lower water is an aid to the
The prellnilnary declamatory con
Saturday to visit Ills wife nnd little
Bert lb ud and Ranks Mortimer bridge bnllding crew«.
test wns bold nt the achnol house daughter. Loraine.
Tnradnj ev«*nlng. Madclon Miller wns
hnvc lensed n vacant .qunrteA.block.
Mrs F. W. Bagley, of Tlie Dalles, adjoining the M C Hood hotel anzi Just
Card of Thanks
chosen ns the repn-sentiitive In tlie
We wish to express our sincere
i-ounty contest to lx- held Frhlny was calling on relatives 111 Middle Val opposite the Hotel Oregon: wile they
will inntail a service station nnd pnrk thank« to our friends and neighbors
Malvern Sieverkriqqi wns giv ley Sunday.
Sunday schctd will lie held nt 2 p. Ing quartern. They will construct nil for tlieir kind aid and sympathy dur
en,. second place. Clare Waugh re-
care ing our rex-ent la-reavement at the
m. next Simdnv. There will I m - preneli- oiling rack nnd arrange to
ceived honorable mention.
ic lora- time of the fatal illness and funeral
of nil lubrication troubles,
linns Luge's 77th birthday wns hap Ing at 3 o’clock.
1 of the of our huslmtid and father. Thoughts
tlon Is ene of tlie mist ecu
pllv o-lebrated Tuesilny. A Ixmntiful
city. Mr. Head was In Por and Tuea- of these ministrations will la- held In
turkey dinner wrs nerved to- the fnm-
day purebssiug equipment.
ily and a few friend*- All of his fn in
Mrs. E. 0. Dutro
E. F. Monroe, C. It. Crowley nnd
lly were present except bl* non. Hen
Genuine Ford parts al Franz
who wns confined nt home with a bad- F. L. Rlngg nt tended the show, "The
Mrs. Graff spent several ilayajta Port
Leland Puady spent several days of
last week visiting in tile home of his
father. G. F. Purdy.
William O. Sheppard, of Odell, and
Miss Butt Jordan, of-Portland, were
united in marriage at the home of
tlie bride in Portland last Wednesday
evening at 8 o'clock. Mr. Shepiiard is
kuown and ■fkteemed
throughout tin- valley, having made
ills home here for n nuiulier of years.
Mrs. Sheppard. who has been a mem-
Ix-r of the Butler laink force, lias
ly sprained ankle, and his son. Henry,
who resides in California.
evening a large party of neighbors
surprised Mr. Lage and brought him
congratulations. It was also the 4»th
anniversary of his arrival in Hood
Alfred Thomsen has returned home
from the hospital and is convalescing
from an operation for appendicitis.
Miss Effie Wagner entertained a
few of her friends at Mrs. Dragseth’s
last Saturday evening.
Wagner came from Wilsonville to
spend the week end with lier sister.
Mrs. * C. -, *4.
* uiim y
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THE PARK PETITION
Marquis of Scars-
He is the
kind who would risk
an empire to gain his
Metro Masterpiece *
J^ovyideeL on Rafael
Sabati ni s / oduus nood
by wrtrj? GOLQBECK
ynioiottra-pkiecLby JOHN F. SEITZ
Miss Emma Roles, who has lax-n vis
iting lier ’sister, Mrs. R. J. Htreieher,
in Portland, returned home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Dick are enjoy-
Ing tlie new Ubevroli-t touring car,
which they pureha«e«l recently.
Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Grpff and son.
Gordon, drove to Portland last Friday.
Manrbe Graff, wiio is employed in
Portland, accomimnled 1 his father
home, to remain over the > V
Y NARROW ESCAPE
F. H. Blackman, supervisor of nuiin-
tennni-e of the Mount llixxl Ixxip high
way, «-HcaiM-il witii minor brnist-s Sat
urday when the gas lever of a motor
truck he wns turning on the rond lx--
rame stuck nnd tin- lieavy velii le
backed over a precipice near the I’. P.
A L. power house, turning over twice
in a plunge of 35 feet. Had not n
««Tub oak intervened the car would
have cofitinu<-<l KMl feet into Hood
river, Workmen, who viewed the nc-
«•iilent. expected Mr. Blackman to be
kilh-d. When the nut
rolling he extricated hVu niseif from tin-
Becaune of nMleTrn in tlie gas lever,
the machine recently almost backed
over another I’liff. Mi tubers of the
rond crew had spent the morning re
pairing the vehicle.
A small bug. driven by Fred Deth-
man. who wns accompanied by Fred
W. Donnerlx-rg. reached the-Home-
stead inn. mountain hostelry just off
tlie Mount Hood lx Hip highway in the
Mount I.lixxl national forest, Sunday.
It was the first car of the season to
reach the inn.
"We bucked 1H inches of snow in
the more thickly forested sections
penetrateli by the Ixxip rond," said
Donnerlx-rg. "The night before
hud lx-en very «xilil and th«- snow sur-
fni-e was frozen, so our light rar made
the mile and a half of heavy going
more ensily than would a heavier
Mr. Donnerls-rg said the snow at
th«- llomratead inn. nt an elevation of
3.800 fix-t, will lx- gone by May. if the
weather remains ns mild ns at present.
Tin- tourist season, according to pres
NOTICE OF THE ANNUAL MEET ent cifftdlrions. will la-gin several
ING OF THE MEMBERS AND
wix-ks earlier than aay former year.”
STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
Mr. Donnerlx-rg nnd Mr. Dethman
APPLE GROWERS AS
found J. O. Hannuin and his son at
tlie Homestead. They motored up
from Portland Saturday, leaving their
Notice is hereby given Hint the An- car far down-the ^ligbway.
nnnl Meeting of the Members nml
Stockholders of the Ajqile Growers
Bi<h for Transportation Wanted *
Association will’ lx- held nt Pythian
Notice is hereby given that bids
Hall, in the City of Hood-Illver. «»re-
gon. on Saturday, April 5th. 1924, nt will be received for transtxirting what
ten o'clix-k a. in., for tin- purpose of is commonly i-nlled the East Side pu
electing n full Board of Directors for pils of Hchixil District No. 3 to and
the ensuing yenr. and for the trnnsn«-- from scluxil for a period «if nine ral-
tion of such other business ns may indar months, ntqiroximately from
Septemlx-r to June. The road to be
come lx-fore th«- snid meeting.
APPLE GROWERS ASSOCIATION, followed, the time of arrival and de
parture of bus. nnd other details may
By C. King Benton, fteetetary.
lx- luid from th«- Hchixil Clerk or City
R J. Mclsaac, President.
Bids will lx- opened at the regular
Ixigging Employe Dea«l
mis ting of the Board of Directors of
When Nathan Birchard, an employe Si liixd IMstrlct No. 3 <m May 5, 1924.
of the Ryan-Allan Lumber Co., near nt 8 p. iu. Th«- Board reserves the
Stevenson. Wash., fulled to res|x>n«l to right to rejei-t any and all bi«ta.
M. H. Niekelst-n, Clerk.
the breakfast call last w<-ek. fellow
employes lnvc«tigati-d and fiqjnd that
he had died In lx-d. Birchard. ng«-<1
Fine Dodge Brothers Car
or», was formerly enip1»,ikxl) In Idnho.
We have nn extra good buy in a
It wn« statixl that he h-4vi>s a son in
Oregon and n wife somdwhere. pre 11123 Dodge Brothers touring rar.
equipped with Hassler Sh<x-k Alworb-
sumably, in Texas.
ers. 1 I’"'nP«,rs- Sixitllght. Automatic
Wlndsliield Wip<>r.' This rar han had
DeLaval Cream He pn raters — the cxieptionnlly gissi «-•re and «hows It.
world'» best. Bennett Brothers. m20 Bennett Brother«.