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HOOD" RIVER GLACIER. THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1924
The Missionary society met at the
home of Mrè. J. E. Van Muys Wednes
Ira. V. A. Allington. son, day afternoon. A very plaaaant after
daughter. Barbara, and noon was epoot by all.
Hattie Bailey were in The Dalles Wed
Next Wednesday •▼•Bing the forum
will’ show a gorgeous entertainment
Arvflla Husband. Irene and Gerald with a feaat of laughs in Rupert
Hom and Roscoe Davidhizar were in Hugh'a picture, “Look ( Tour Beat.”
H ikh I River Wednesday afternoon at- Colleen Moore and Antonio Moreno are
the atara. It la a funfeet for the whole
ieliding a picture show.
Miss Emily Hualiand and Mra. Stella family.
The Eaater exercise* In the church
Howard drove over to Hood River
Thursday, having‘taken little Fern were all that could be desired. The
Howard over to the doctor. She Ir .voting people in their conga and recita-
tiona delighted the large audience. The
Tile butcher shop of James Cherry tupaie by the choir waa a moat pleasing
has been on the move this week. Mr. feature of the aervice. The building
Clierry hope« soon to he serving Ills was tastefully decorated for the occa
customers nt bls new location Just Wert sion.
Colonel Dowd presented the church
of Carroll's garage on the highway.
Il> will handle all kinds of- fruit in with n large Flag Sunday morning. In
their season, as well as the best cuts his speech of presentation he spoke
of the signitieauce of the Flag and the
Mra. Livingston ami Mrs. Bertha Importance of training youth to respect
Johnson were in lloeitl River Thursday. it. Mr. Hutchinson, on behalf of the
church, accepted the Flag and nssured
Tien T’arroll has been laid up for a Colonel Dowd of the appreciation of
few days with bls leg. which was hurt the congregation.
n few years ago, and Is now causing
Mr. Hutchinson says, “We neared
him some trouble as well as |min.
the 200 mark In'our attendance at
Elmer Minton had the misfortune of church achool last Sunday. Why can't
cutting his finger off while splitting we do an good every Sunday through
wood last week-
out thè summer? A little effort on the
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Higley, of Bur part of those interested In -character
nett, Wash., arrived here Friday and development would make that possible.
are spending a few days with George’s We ought to do it. We will lie think
ACROSS the Pacific, ever changeful in its moods, majestically
ing of the alwentees' and wondering
Mra. I,. D. Fisher nail Emily Hus- where they are and why they couldn't
steam the Matson liners. Indifferent alike to fogs, salt ipray^ storms,
I uiiii ! were In The Dalle« Friday on attend two Sundays in auccesslon. A
moat enjoyable service Is assured all
and the relentless sun of the tropics, Matson ships are kept beauti*
Mrs. J<w Hackett, of Hood River, who come.” The forum will meet un
der the leadership of C. E. Craven in
whs in town Saturday.",,
ful and bright with B ass -H ubteb Paints.
the manse at 10.15. The church school
Mra. Ray Bailey s])eiit the week end under the Hiqierintendency of1 Wt C.
with her sister. Mra. Paul Bailej. at Smullin will meet at the same hour.
Paint, on the Pacific, fights a constant battle against die elements.
Worship conducted by the pastor at
Miss Elsie Carlson came home from 11.30. Intermediate and senior Chris
B ass 'H ueter Paint meets this test and every other to which it is
Port laud Bunday evening, to he with tian Endeavor societies will meet in
lier mother while Mr. Carlson went to the church at 0.45. followed by preach
subjected.There is a B ass H ueter Paint for every purpose. Hospitals,
Portland to help his sou, Alec, remodel ing service at 7.30.
office buildings, apartment houses, factories—each has its peculiar
Mr.^Hutchinson left for Portland
The achool entertainment given in Monday morning to attend the statu
problem and each has its special paint.
+»ooil River Thursday evening by the conference on religious education.
lower grades was well attended by a
large number of Mosier people, nearly
For the interior of your home — the floors, woodwork and furn
h 11 of whom hud seen It before but en
joyed seeing it again. It was pro-
iture — you will find a variety of specially designed B ass -H ueter
noum-ed a big suivvsu by the large
Mr. and Mra. P. J. Lent and Mr and
crowd there, and the teachers, Mrs. Mra. O. M. DeWitt were Hood River
products: Satin Egg Shell Finish, OverT^ite Floor Enamel, Gold Seal
Mathews, Mrs. Neilsen and Miss Reich- visitors Monday.
Enamel, and other paints. B ass -H ueter Pure Prepared Paint will
lien are deserving of much eredit.
C. H. Crowley recently spent several
Clyde Root and Ernest Evans have days in Portland.
not only beautify the exterior of your home, but will greatly increase
purchased a Fordson tractor to be used
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dlmmick were
on their farm.
Hood Hiver visitors Tuesday, i "
Mra. Carlson. Elsie i’nrlson,, Hattie
.• , ’*.<*
’ April 24.
Bailey and Mrs. Camp and children
We will gladly advise you as to the best B ass 'H ubtul Paints for your purposes.
Mr. and Mrs. Blasingnme spent Kat
were in M<s>d River Saturday.
J. P. Vallereaux, traveling auditor urday at Hood River.
Upon each can are complete instructions, which if followed, lead to success.
of the O.-W. R. A N.. was in Mosier " Erma Fils entertained her friends at
an Easter party Sunday.
Misa Cloy Rinlth and brother. Erbln.
The Rebekah lodge held its regular
meeting Sdtiirda.v evening, initiating came up from Portland Friday to visit
one candidate, Mrs. Fannie Pierivy. Mj. and Mra. W. T. Wyatt. They
Lunch waa served and a social time went to Hood River Bunday to H[>end
Easter with Dr. Boddy and famtty.
Miss I’na Harris has recovered from
Gus Davis, of Portland, spent the
week end in Mosier calling on friends. h siege of the flu.
George Hanoi spent Easter with his
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bryant and son.
Forrest, and Mra. Stamis-r were in ilster, Mra. Julia Hopper, at The
The Dalles Saturday.
B. .O. Miller entertained the W. E.
<). E. Wilson spent Raturday and
Barr and George Cronyn families
Sunday on the I<elter ttmlier claim.
C. A. Ilag^ was in The Dalles Fri
The Mount Hood Sunday achool had
a short Easter program.
Mrs. E. J. MIddleswart visited with
Asa Doggett Is a Hood River visitor
her daughter. Mra. Rowland, for a few
days, returning to her home in Hood every day. He cut his hand while
splitting wood and the wound Is-eame
Infected and requires medical atten
Mr. and Mra. Joe Christensen ar- tion.
rived the first of the week from Mt
Miss El (¿allot h Ijingllle was very
Cnrmic, Wash. Mr. Christensen left
Wednesday for Winlock. Wash., where sick last week with the flu. Rhe was
he lias work, Mrs. Christeuscn remain aide to return to school Monday.
Mra. O. M. DeWitt spent Monday at
ing for a longer time to visit with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. (lalsirne.
The usunl church services were held
On account of the heavy wind which
prevailed last week, the O.-W. R. A N. Sunday evening.
put on a night watchman at the sand
C. H. Crowley went to Portland Fri
idle cast of town.
day on business, return Ing Runday.
W7 THIRD STREET
Mr. and Mrs. I). Ray and daughter.
Miss Irene Miller was up from Hqod
Vivian, of Marshfield, arrived Monday River to spend Easter.
to visit Mrs. Ray's brother. Fnyik Con-
Mr. and'Mrs. Harry Hilts nml chil
lee. and wife. Thursday they all dren. Barbara and Buddy, nud Janis
crossed the river to visit their father. Emerson were down from The Dalles
J. B. Conlee.
on a picnic Bunday and to visit friends. Mra. Keys. at Boardman, returned 3 p. tn. Sunday school will be at 2
Ben and <’eno Bellinger and Ed.
W. H. Edlck removed his family to home Friday.
Miss Ethel Shull, daughter of Mr.
Dinsmore were The Dalles visitors Hood River Monday. They will occupy
Mr. and Mra. Wheeler and family,
Mr. Pratt, the student preacher, who
of Wyeth, were gueata of Mr. and Mra. la to aupply Deo and Middle Valley and Mrs. J. H. Shull, of Ode«, last
the McNutt residence.
during the Rummer months, will be week received a Christmas card that
Those attending Easter services Sun
has Iwen more than four yean on its
day (‘veiling In Hood River were Mr.
Mra. H, Osborne and daughter, Lo here alxiut the middle of May.
and Mrs. Shogren, Mr. and Mrs. Ross,
raine, came from Portland Friday and
Mra. l’attereau wsh called to Port journey from Canby. The card was
Miss Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. Clark. Mr.
Mr. and Mra. T. H, Atnv were Mid a|>ent Eaater with the family.
land I hh I week l>.v the III iichh of her mailed by her aunt, Mra. Claudia
and Mra. F. A. Allington. Mr. and Mrs. dle Valley visitors Saturday. \
It. J. Montgomery «pent Tuesday daughter, Husnu. Hite returned home Baty, of Cimby, December 34, 191«.
Husband and (laughter. Emily, Mra.
The incident of the card set a record
Geo. Keeling and daughter. Merle, at the Sunday school convention in Saturday.
Lloyd Fisher, Mrs. MathewH. Mrx came up from Portland Saturday with Portland.
All thanka la given to Mrs. Arthur in local jsistal affairs. While no ex
Cliamls-rlain and children. Mr. and Mr. ami Mra. Roy Montgomery.
Mr. W’ilbur, the Sunday school mis for the mtnvM of the EaRter program. planation was made, it was presumed
Mra. Ernest Evans and children. Mrs.
who takes Mr. Harper's place, The children all did well and the pro that the card lieeame lost while in
S. E. Evans and son. Forrest, and Mrs.
next Sunday to preach at gram was enjoyed by everyone.
Tlie high school club of T. W. C. A.
girlH were up at (I a. tn. Friday morn
ing. They cooked their breakfast on
The children of the Union Bunday
school had their annual Easter egg
GENERAL AGENTS AND ADJUSTERS FOR OREGON
hunt last Saturday. The hillside Just
back of town was noon covered with
1 AU kinds of insurance. Claims paid direct from our office
children all eager to aee who could
find the moat egg«.
• C. T. Bennett, Ilobt. Simpson. Win
Baker and J. JI Carroll attended an
Odd Fellow meeting In The Dalles last
STNOPMS OF THE ANNCAL. STATE BYNOPB11 OF THE ANNUAL STATE* flYNOPSIfl OF TUB ANNUAL STATR- SYNOPSIS QP TRB ANNUAL STATB-
MENT or THB
KENT OF THB
RENT OF THB
MENT or THB
Friday afternoon the school bus of
Fine A Life
The Hanover Fira Ina. Co.
- Potomac Insurance Co.
Ernest Evans was loaded with a happy
sf Pittsburg In ths Mats of Ponna»l- of Now York, In the state of New York,
bunch bound for Parkdale to play tmm*-
of (ho Dtstrlet st Columbia, on th* thlr- vania, on tho thlrt»-flrst da» sf Deca un on the thirty-fl rat day of Dswmbsr, IMS,
sf Farte. Sastlaad,
ly-tlrot 4a» st I>wmb*». 1888. ■»«* t* bar. 1488. mad* to lb* Insurance Com- made to tho Insurance comm
linll. Tho-high school score was 23 to
the inouranco romnilnolono» of tho statu mlaelon*r of th* Stat* of Or*gon, pur
the state of Oregon, pursuant
Commla*lon*r of the
tho Btats ®t
0 in favor of Mosier, junior team 2 to 1
IS Orogon, purouant t* law:
suant t* law:
in favor of Parkdale.
Amount of capital stock paid
Amount of capital «took paid
Miss Retrhlfcn spent Easter with her
Amount *f capital Block pal«
up ................................................. I 800,000.00
Amount of capital steak
up . . .............................
parents In Dnftir. ■
Net prsmlum* rooelvod dar-
J. W: Martin. American Railway Ex
Net premium! received dur
Not promlumo rocoi»*« 4ur-
Ins th* year .................
ing the year ........................... 14,471(MJ94 Nel premlume received dur-.................. .....
press auditor, of Pendleton, was here
Ing th* »oar ..........
• 284.828.84 lnter**t. dividends and rents
las Ue year ........................ 11.404,400.24
Intereat,-dividend« »nd rente
Interest, <Ilvt<l*n<ls an« rents
received during the rear .
Friday looking over the books.
received durin« the year/.
418,504.08 Intervet, dividend, and rente
recut»*« during the »•» ..
44,444.44 Ineome from other sources
received during the yaer..
Ineome from other •oureou
Mrs. Hillis, of Arlln<taH. spent Bun
reoelvsd dicing tho year..
received during theyegr. .
tl.SM.80 Incarna from other eoaroeo
rocolved during th* year ..
received during the year.
Total income .. .J...... «1.487.748 2 3
day with Mr.-atid Mrs. Clark.
Paint on the Pacific
H. S. BRAAKMAN
Leaders of the Season
w. r . M c D onald
Solid Leather Shoes
J. C. JOHNSEN
can also sùpply your every need"in all ottier
kinds of lumber, both dressed and rough. We will
make deliveries, where deaired, to all Valley points.
THE STANDARD LUMBER CO
Horn Bro»., Tel. 55Ä1
. tor*. A. J. Brupfiutrt and children.
Elenor iiiff Robert, are visiting her
mother. Mrs. Struck. a( I-yle, Wash.
- a Tlie T-adie«' Aid society spent a busy
dny Wednesday of 'la«| neck, cleaning
the diuTeh ft>r Hast er.
Mins . Johanna Vanderwall. aceom-
[mnled by Tressler Way, apent the
week end In I’orJ.land.
v Mra. Elmer Lyle has l>een seriously
111 with acute Indigestion. Rhe is bet-
’ Kenneth Williams motored to Park-
dal<> from Portland Friday to take ilia
a.istef, Margaret Williams, home ■ to
Cnpt. and Mra. C. C. Beeley and Mr.
and Mra. McGee, of Shaniko, were
Parkdale visitors lately. -**-
Mr«. Felix Kile, -and children mo
tored to Jnnrtion City last'week with
hi t fiilber MLwCameroii, oi Odi‘11. .
Florence Craven spent the Eantef
vacation with her family in Parkdale.
The.Parkdale high school baseball
team»? met the M,o«ier high school oti
J he home field last JWday afternoon.
TI m ' main teafii ■»•as badly beaten to
the tune of 21 to 0. but the freshhoi
rnrpe out on top with a .score of 2 to 1
In favor of Parkdale;
Mrs. Joe Demmon spent Easter in
Parkdale at her home.
• 744.440 84
Not Ioann* paid during th*
y»r Including adju.(m..t
•xpenaea ............................ •
Dividend* paid on oapltal
•tack during th* »**r. .. ................
**ld during th* »*ar
Tax**. Ucenae* and f*** paid
during th* »eat .............. • ■
Amount of all other oxpeadl-
-rftal aa**ndltur** ...a...I 441,484.40
- Value of real **tato own*d
(market ralu*> ......... 8
. Valu* of -atocka and bonds
owned (market, aaluo)..... 014.401.83
-Loan* on mortgage* and col-
Caeh la banka and on hand.
Premium» In course of collec
tion written alne* Beptem-
ber 81). 1023 ......... .............. ..
interest and rents du* and
13.808 _ 08
accrusd ................................... .. .........
Total. aOmittog. asset*
Groan claims for los**s wn-
Amesot tt unearned prom
luma on all outstanding
1ttt* for rmiWhlmtoi, on-d bn.
All other liabilities
Total llabllltle*. exclude* of
eatltal stock ......................... I I «18.M8.T1
nwleew tn Oregon for the Tw.
Nat premlume 'roi*l»*d dur
ing tho »oar
t.oaees paid during the »ear
I.awe* Incurred during th»
-»ear ..... ...............................
POTOMAC INa< *AM£B fXJMrAXT,'..
OEORaB W. WHITE. Preaidant
- ALEX K. PHILLIP8. gee ret Ar».
Btatutorg resident attsrne» tsr aervice.
W. B. McDonald.
Nat losses paid during th* ''
expSnSM 7T77. . 77.. .. .8 040,388.88
Dividend* paid en oapltal
stock during ths »oar ....
Commission* and *alarl*a
pnl« during th* »»ar .....
Tax**, Itocnsog and/f*** paid
during the »»ar '......... ........
Ainsunt sf all othsr ex-
p*ndltur*4 ..'................ ,74.00809
ToAl^oxpondltura. ...... H.242,002.81
Total Income ..................«. .<4.924,771.02
Net losses paid during the
year Including adjustment
expenses . ................................. <2.141,1511 <10
Dividends paid on capital
Mock dur inf the year
Commission« and salaries
paid duylng Uw* year......... 1,8M.127.2<*
Taxes, licenses - and fees paid ,
<1 u H m the year ....-........... 18178181
Annum of «11 other egprndl- _
......... 612,95«. 17
Total Incom. .........................818.288.84481
Net loanee paid, during the
y»ar Including ndjuatmont
............................... I 8.440.073.78
Commlaelone and enlarlee
paid during tho year .... 8,148488.871
Tua*, llconooe and toon paid
during tho year..................
Amount of nil other 44-
PMidituree . ............................
Total eependltoroo . .. .410,8ft,444.87
. 15,06«.01A 5 4
Value of real e.tato owned
V a I m « of real, estats oWntd
Valve * of real estate owned
(market valve) .....................8 878,Wo 00
(market valae) .
Valsa, of Mocka and benda
Valve of stooks and bonds
Valve of etooks and bond«
Caeh la banka and on hand
Loans on mortgages And CO I'
Ix>ane on mortgagee ana eoL
Premluma in nouree of eoi-
lateral, e<e ...................... ..
lection written olnee Sep
C»sh la- banka and on hand
Cash in b&nk«.en<S on hand..'
tember BO. 1428 '................. 3,484,488.41
Premiums in course of tcol
Premlams in aourse of eoltee-
Interest and rente due and
tlon written since deptem*
ri«.«i2 m i BesrtiM ...............
tember 80.. 102B
. her B0. 1021 .
Amednts recoverable for re-
Ihtereet and reflbis due and
Interest and rents des and -
lueurSncf on paid logo ...
Other admitted assera .¿«o*
Total admitted aweta ..
Total «4nltt.ll, asMte ....17.447.078.84
Total admittetL aiieete ..<1,915,442.10
arose claim* for loose, on-
droac elalmx tor looses Un
|. 447.744.81 Amount el unearned pfsm-
. -I 128,114.11 Amount
of aa.errM prem
luma an all outstanding
Amount of unearned prem
ium. on all outetandlng
iums on AH' outsttfndlng
... 4.204,048.04 Dus tsr commission and
4,000 00 All ether liabilities ................... ■ *1AT5.2O2B8 AU-other llabUltla*................
AU othsr Uabllltlm,..................
Total UabtllttM, exoluslv*
Total liabilities, gasluaivs sf
of capital stssk
T*tal Habtlltlas *kelu*l*n sE
- captftl stock of II.BAO,400 IM87.078.M
'»800,004.40 ........... ......8 «.«48,7888«.
Buelaeee la Oregon for the Veer. .
lluata«** I* Oreg*« fur th* tear.
Nat premiums received 4ur
Nat premium* rsc*T**d dur
Ing the year
:TL812.48 Met premium, meetvod Bar. ' ,
ing th* >*af ........................... |
17.070 80 Loeeee
paid during th* pear
L osom Incurred durltr, th* ' '
TMB HA NO VFR FIRM INBI RAN( K (Nk
BKFtBLIC FtKÉ INM'BANCB CO. "
IV EMQRY WARWRLD, Prosi (Isat.
rawDaaicx michardsom ,
E. R. JARVTR, ^or'retary. •
C. W BRUWIO; Pendant.
V. K Musasi
N. A. WEED, Secretar».
statutory resident attorn** for sorvloe,
Statutory rssldsst alt orsa» tsr lUMB -
Statut or» raUlMt attorn*» t»r o*rvlo*.‘ W. R. MoDsaalt, Tesa bldg., i^rtland.
W. a. Mslisaald. Portlaa«, O».
Inaurano* Commlsalunor, Ur-gu*.
A ms M ow 1
Ljs.'arerf a*«? '¡«tta