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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (April 17, 1924)
DR. MACRUM STRONG
HE Phi Beu Kappa
“Key” identified iu
owner aa having
won the highest scholas
tic honors his university
could giveliim. Just as
the “Red Crown” disc
identifies a product that
has won all motordom’s
approval for its high
standards of quality, of
power and of mileage.
COUNTY HEALTH NOTES
Again in Full Swing
Is our Fountain and Ice Cream Service. Our old
customers know of the quality and service we give.
We again solicit their patronage. And to those who
have not—we ask one trial.
Our Famous Milk Shakes are bigger, richer
and better and their fame has extended
many miles outside of Hood River. '
: We invite you to inspect our fountain at any
time, for neatness, sanitation and purity of our
syrups—nothing but true fruit Syrups
Miss Elisabeth Campbell, public
health nurse, announce* that the clinic
for chUdreu of pre-school age will be
held as usual thia month Friday. April
Dr. 0. A. Macrum. president of the 18. Parents are urged to bring all
board of directors of the Mosier Fruit children who are not of school age for
Growers Association, all of whom, examination and conference over igpb-
along with their manager, R. D. Chat lerna of child training, food and care.
Enthusiastic interest marked the
field. were here last Thursday to bear
I the presentation of the plans of the fourth annual meeting of the Hood
rommleaion of five, expressed himself River County Public Health associa
as heartily in favor of the proposed tion, held Friday afternoon, April 4.
at the library and showed the gain
which public health work has made
j “The commission has been .doing in the county during the past year.
some excellent, constructive work,” C. H. Vaughan, president of the asso
rsaid Dr. Macrum, “and we are now ciation, was In charge. Mrs. Glendora
ready and set to get into something Blakeley, of the State Bureau of Nurs
that we have long needed. Mosier and ing, and W. J. Wheel don. of the
other mld-Columbla sections are ready Oregon Tuberculosis Association, ad
any time to affiliate with the organi dressed the fneetlng.
zation. Indeed, eren though the plans
Atiss Elisabeth Campbell's summary
for the general cooperative organisa
tion had not been brought to the point of her nursing work during the past
of materialisation, we of the mld-Co- year was a remarkable record of ac
lurnbia districts were ready to coop complishment. Six hundred and forty
erate in ths distribution of our tonnage patients were cared for during the
resr. 800 visits made, " ih ; office calls
received and 487 offi<v hours kept.
In her school work 283 visits were
made to 1« schools. 1847 pnptis in-
spected, 1231 defects found, .802 de
fects corrected. 0,503 class inspections
We will be glad to see
held, 214 excluded for communicable
you and your friends at ■ disease.
In the work with pre-school
any time at
children, literature on care and feed
Yours for Service
THE APPLE BLOSSOM CAFE j ing was distributed to 201 parents, 15
clinics were held. 428 children in-
sperted, and 922 defects found, of
which 00 per cent have been corrected.
Fifty were enrolh*d in the three home
hygiene classes taught. Twenty-three
children suffering from -a deformity
or malady were eared for by surgical
operations or hospital caw.' Those who
have not already made complete re all children of -pre-school age for
covery have showed marked improve weighing, measuring aiid examination.
ment. The local chapter of the Red A physician will he present, and a
Cross paid hospital and transportation number of assistante, to insure in
expenses for 17 of these cas^s, sup dividual attention to each child. The
plied glasses to nine children and paid- value of regular attendance and care
for treatment In two serious dental ful watching cannot be overeatlmated,
<-aaes. Six active cases of tuberculosis even for children who appear to be in
were found, excluded and cared for. l»erfect health.
Office at residence 724 Cascade Ave.
among school children. Local den
Warning is given to everyone that
tists gave free care to 50 children and ditch watpr la unfit to drink. Public
the physicians of the city each gave a health authorities have been notified
half day every six months for exam tbatdn some sections of the valley the
ination of the ba hies at clinics. Two water is being used to drink. Poisons
hundred and thirty-three social ser from spraying, have run into the
vice visits were made, food and cloth water, contaminating it and making
ing supplied, employment secured and Its uae^a menace.
318 Cascade Avenue
homes found for children.*
' Public Health Nurse Campbell is
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
The outstanding feature of 8. J. taking her vacation during this
OLD CITY NALL PLUMBING SHOP Moore’s report as treasurer is the de month, being on duty only for emer
has moved—the new Iceation is 908 12th pendence of the health association on gency work. She will conduct the
Street where *are will be a,large dis the Red- Cross for its existence, clinic Friday and answer urgent calls,
play of Plumbiigand Heating Goods at through fsilure of the county to ap but school work and routine duties
reasonable prices. The new location will propriate sufficient funds to carry on should be postponed until she returns
be known/aa- TOM FUHER’S tie* work. The Red Cross i>ought the to her regular full-time Vork.
nurse's car, pays for its upkeep, a
Pie*« f heat 9M 12* Strsrt, W Uw
portion of her salary, and as shown
Hackett On Furniture Committee
in her report, transportation and hos
pital expense for many children who
W. A. Hackett, of the Kelly Bros.
otherwise would have no relief from Co. is one of the Oregon representa
their suffering. Iaist year the Hood tives on the Northwestern committee
Real Estate and Insurance
River Red Cross chapter paid 81.300 In charge of preparations for North
Accurate Abstracting of Land Titles. for pulille health work which cvnld west-Made Furniture week, which will
not tie carried on by the 81.500 appro t>egin April 21. Otto 8. Greenbeutn, of
priation allowed t>y the county.
Seattle, in announcing the week says*:
“We have bwff weeks and weeks—of
Mrs. R. B. Perigo’s report of Christ
inas seal sales showed that 3192.57 all sorts and descriptions—for almost
Practical worker in Stone, Concrete, was retained In Hood River county every conceivable purpose under the
Brick and Piazter.-
and 8229.87 forwarded to the Oregon sun. Some good, some not quite so
Excavating, Grading, Etc.
“It is,, however, with a very vital and
Mrs. Blakeley asked for the support
of the work l»y a strong organization specific pur|M>se that we are announc
of workers-and urgffj that people ing ‘Northwest Made Furniture Week’
PHYBICIAJ» AND BURGEON.
make greater us<* of the child welfare for April 21-28.
<MUe emaaatly Mewwad la town or eoentry and hygiene groups in the state.
"The sole idea is to visualize for the
Day or Night.
Mr. Wheeldon in an excellent talk benefit of all our jieople, the rupld de
ld.no., UB1: OSes, 1M1.
velopment that is being made in the
OlBo. Ln U». Brortn. Bolldl^
iiful, T^ATTIvulnriy ill
HTIG manufacture -of furniture and what a
told nf the *dfscnvery ttmr-hnrfth rdu wonderful opportunity the future holds
cation is the greatest factor tn tlie forth for the Northwest in this line of
PHYSICIANS and BURGEONS
against tuber<-nloals. Tie com endeavor.
Room. 17, 19, 90
Broeia* Building fight
"Here is an industry that has devel
Hood River county highly for
Rea. Phone*: Dr. Abraham 4152.
oped almost over night, unheralded,
Dr. Bifton 3818. Office 4151.
and emphasized the necessity fof keep and almost unknown to the average
ing up that strong organization, c
Dr. W. DONALD NICKELSEN,
L. B. Gibson related that the senti
For Sale — 7-pasaenger, 8-cylinder
ment among the teachers rexnrding
Studebaker in good condition, new
8TEVEN8 BLDG.. PORTLAND
the fact that 81 out of 83 ipcuiorlai-
Consultation- Hood River by appoint
iz* '1 the tax commission to allow the of three. Phbne 3821.
ment. Phone 5959
public health appropriation. He sug
gested that every possible means lie
employed to get more health educa
tion Into the course of study. A nurse
FINE LINE OF
Is now kept at normal school in this
Dtvidson Bldg., O i ficejihone 2172
state to tench the teachers bow to
appreciate the work of the nnraee in
/ Res. phone j < ».r. Thrane 2174
Dr. Rogen 2601
Mrs. 8. G. Babson reported the
work done in Parkdale, under Miss
('ampbell's direction, The outbreak
was confined to one room, and no case
Office, 4, 5 and 8, Smith Building.
came down in school after the first
Office Phone 2021
Res Phone 3144 ones,
Hood River, Oregon
holidays, had been excluded.
Mrs. A. W. Peters told of the hot
lunch work tn Pine Grove, when*
there is no equipment in the school,
and the church kitchen was used by
Office Hours: 8 a. m. to 0 p. m.
Office Tei. 3181
Residence Tel. 3412
prepared and served the lunches.
The chest of emergency supplies has
also t>een filled by th<We women.
Mrs. J. It. Nickelsen. of Frankton,
told how hot lunches had been served
Rooms 11*15 Brosius Bldg.
at their school for 22 weeks. A small
electric range was installed there.
The pupils prepare their own food, the
teachers ls*ing in charge. Silver teas
were given In this community to fill
Telephones : Office 1081 ; reaideaea 3381 their chest.
Mrs. A. C. McCammon, of Dee, told
Office over Butler Bank
of their plans for filling their chest
and reported the community in excel
lent condition from the standpoint of
(Successor to Dr. Pineo)
Office: Electric Kitchen.
Mrs. S. I*. Banks, of Oak Grove,
Eliot Building, Hood River, Oregon.
told of the purchase of scales for
weighing the school ehildren, through
funds rnlsed by entertainments, and
nlso reported filling their cheat.
About $40 has been ralm*d there. Hot
lunches have lieen served to the school
children for three years, the work be
HOOD 8IVKR. ORKQON.
ing under the auspices of the Parent-
Teacher Association. They plan to
We Will please you with our
buy a pr<*s»ure cooker next fall to en
large tlieir equipment.
Mrs. O. L. Craton reported for Bar
Hemstitching a Specialty
rett that the children are weighed and
measured every six weeks in their
sclusd by the health workers of the
at THE PARIS FAIR
Mrs. J. W. Graff reported that Odell
GBO. r STRANAHAN
. P. M. HEAVEN
Tel. *71* ■
plans to make up during the next year
for its Inck of accomplishment during
• Iieslle Butler wild that Oregon had
General Contractors and Builders
showed what could be done in chang
*4000 RIVIR. ORKQON.
ing health conditions. Since public
health work started in the state almut
15 years ago the death rate from
tuberculosis has l>een decreased 50
for Painting, Kalsomining, Paper
per cent, and from the standpoint of
social hyglens work Oregon's repre
Have your work attended To IrTthe Win sentation lu’Ihe army ranked highest
ter and avoid the Spring rush.
in the country.
< Telephone 8122
Officers for tlie coming year, pre
sented 'by the nominating committee,
were elected, an follows: President,
LICENSED TETERIN ABY 8URWEOS C. H. Vaughan: vica president. Mrs.
WE KEEP IT
Waldo Milla; secretary. .Mrs. R W.
Is prepared to do any work in the Moe: treasurer, 8. J. Mimre. Com
veterinary line. He can be found by mittee chairmen elected were: A. 8.
<*alllng at or phoning to the Faahion Ketr. finance: Mrs. E. R. Moller, edu
cational: Mrs. Chan. T. Howe, publi
city; Mrs. C. K. Benton, nnrse; Mrs.
Wm. 8keuo. supply, and Is-slle Butler,
Art and Music
Oils, Pastels sad China Painting
A. S. KE1R
Drug Store First”
J. L. BLACK. M. D
B. B. POWELL
of QUALITY g«K|
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Hood River Abstract Co.
In Time Of War Prepare For Peace
Th« winter montha are the time to have your farm
ing machinery and implements repaired.
How’s your spray rig ? Don’t wait until you start
work next Spring to find out.
J. D. McLUOAB
, TeL 2551
Pïbféd the surface of
■^Renews and brings out '
Drs. Abraham & Bifton
Save the surface and you save all
A. S. KEIR
Time Table No. 37
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E. L. SCOBEE, D. D. S
Owing to* limited space on Motor Car* *11 trunks and heavy baggage will be
handled on the steam trains, either in advance of or following the passenger*.
Noe. 8, 4, 5, 6 and 8, Motors, have right of track over No*. 1 and 2. Steam
TrQin* will clear time of Motor Car* at all meeting and passing point* Five (5)
Minutes. Steam Trains will occupy Main Lineal meeting and passing pointe, but
wip permit motors 10 paae without delay. Motor Cars will approach Siding* and
Station* cautiously, expecting tp find main line occupied.
H. L.YkKITTRICK, Deepr.
F. M. 8HURTLIFF, Supt.
Fuel - Fuel - Fuel
The Transfer & Livery
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND LICENSED EMBALMER
Licensed with Orion's nrstciiii of Embalmers.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
w ». -,,
The Electric Bakery
W. A. Osborn, Prop.
309 OAK STREET
0. H. JENKINS, D. M. D.
DR. B. L. PETERSON
A. J. DERBY
OREGON LUMBER COMPANY
Phone: Odell 406
M. E. WELCH,
JUST LIKE MOTHER
USED TO MAKE
See O. A. LAKIN
Stranahan & Slaven
Call us for wood or coal. We also
do heavy freighting, as well as
light hauling. Band, gravel and
L. L. MURPHY, D. D.M
L. R. Alexander,D..M. D.
Taking effect Sunday, July 29th, 1923.
Drs. Thrane & Rogers
nT. HOOD RAILROAD COMPANY
H. L. DUMBLE,
4th of July
C. 1 RICHARDS
81 per lesson, or fl .00 for two subjects . Tlie Imby clinic for April will be
or for two in same finally.
hold Friday afternoon in the library
banemrnt under dlrectkp of M1 h *
1811 May 81.
- Phone 3482 Campbell. Parente ere urged to bring
WATCH PARK GRANGE
111 2nd Street