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HOOt) RIVER PLACIER. THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1934
BOYD JENKINS WRITES
HEAR DEAN BALE
ODE TO A
D RIVER, OREGON
WILL BE THE SCENE OF THE
Dr. Boyd Jenkins, senior at ths
North pacific Dental college in Port
land. IA« Just written an interestffig
poem, which was printed in the college
paper. “The Dattar.” Dr. Jenkins la
bows at North Pacific as "Whisttine
Jenks.” The poem, entitled "Ode To
A Crtbber.” with apologiaa to Kipling,
It opeyss May 19th and continues four glorious days. Kelly Bros. Co.
wish to take thia opportunity to assist the people of Hood River to
¡Prepare their Homes for the thousands of visitors we are to entertain
during the Convention. Let us help you through our unparalelled
Piece of Furniture in our Big Stock Reduced
(Contract Goods Excepted)
SALE STARTS SA' r. NAY 3-1•NDS SAT, MAY 10
Fine Bed Room Suites
Chairs and Rockers
PRICED SPECIAL FOR CONVENTION SALE
low for convention sale
-We’ve only a few odd
wicker pieces, so make
your selection early.
I THROUGH THE ¿GESf
The best patterns from the
best mills in America—that^s
A department where you
get the lowest prices and the
included in this sale
For the housewife who wants a low priced Bed outfit, we offer
SIMMONS* STEEL LINK
BED SPRING '
Refrigerator Time is Here!
BUY DURING THE BIG
Cup and Saucer
weeks, and It will be analysed to show
the amount of nitrogen in the form of
Last year the station and the chem
istry department made an analysis of
various types of soil. In order to uncer
tain thè amounts of nitrogen, potas
sium, phosphorus, sulphur and calcium
present It was found that the local
Milla had a sufficiency of phosphorus
and potassium bnt that they were
slightly deficient In the other ingre
City Irrigation Notice
Easy Chairs and Rocken
KELLY BROS. CO. -
—in the latest covering
and all reduced in price
for Convention Sale.
All permits for sprinkling must be
taken out by May 10. The Irrigation
hours will be: All streets south of
June street. 0 a. m. to » a. m : all
Streets north of June and south of
Sherman. fl p. m. to 8 p. m.; all streets
north of Sherman, south sides of
streets, 7 a. m. to 9 a. m.; north sides,
0 p.m. to 8 p. m.
On failure to comply with rules And
regulations the water may be shut off
without further notice.
W. L. Clark.
City Water Superintendent.
Meeting of Independent Growers
Following up the previous meeting
at which C. King Benton outlined the
cooperative plan, another meeting la
called for Thursday evening. May 8,
at 7.30 p. m., at the Chamber of Com-
merce rooms. Mr. Benton haa con-
Rented to he present and go into details
regarding results of the couuniaion’a
work in other diatricta and their Se
attle meeting of thia week.
The solution of the marketing prob
lem dependa upon the growers only,
so come prepared to discuss the issue.
Odell to Entertain Pomona
"■ Odell grange members next YVedner
day will entertain the county Pomona
grahge. Mrs. William. Munroe, lec
turer of the Pomona grange, announced'
that Oeo. A. Mansfield aud Mrs Alex
ander Thompson, respectfully Demo
cratic cnut’ldates for United States
senator and delegate to the New York
presidential convention, will )>e present
The Odell grangers will serve a bas
ket dinner at noon. The meeting will
last all day.
Bernhard Krohn, Jr., has gone to
Newberg where he will Make hia fu
ture home. Mr. Krohn intends to pur
chase ranch interests there and Will
make ranching hi« occupation.
Pr>n ion a grange will meet art the
Odell grange hall Wednesday, May 7.
A good program haa been arranged
and some very Jtifted speakers will be
on ae present. The itiembera and officers are
on the requested to be there promptly at 10
wfeek. a. m In order that the hnwineM ses
be ob- sion may tie concluded by noon. Din
record ner at 12 o’clock.’ Tlie afternoon pro
Supper gram la open to the public.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Forcler and son and
Mias Mildred Jacques expect to motor
to Portland for the wwk end.
The senior play, "Just Like Percy,”
will soon l>e staged. Watch for date
snd place in next week's coInnin.
Tlie OdeU operetta. “The Torea-
adors.” was a mighty success. Those
taking part played to a capacity
house at the ltialto theatre laat Mon
day evening. Mra. Ilenney deserves
endless praise for the splendid train
ing the pupils received, and those per
forming acquitted ttiemselvea with
One week from Sunday will hr
The announcements at the' Union
The committee in
are as follows: Rnnday school
charge la preparing a suitable pro church
at 10 o'clock, followed at 11 o'clock hy
commnnlon. Preaching at 3 p. m. by
Rev. C. W. Johnson. Christian En
deavor at 7 o'clock. Preaching at 8
o'clock hy Rev. Johnson. There was
'1 splendid attendance both at morn
ing and evening worship laat Sunday.
Prayer meetiug at 8 o'clock Tlmrsday
The Union church board aud officers
will hold their workers' conference
Monday. May 5. A good attendance In
Mr. and Mra. Hayes L. Bickford re
turned from Portland laat Friday.
They were formally welcomed taTIne
Grove society by a charivari Monday
The social grange Saturday evening
will be in charge of Mrs. Frank O.
Dethman. A good program la assured,
also music for dancing.
Alfred Bates, in West Australis,
has written hia nephew. Rev. Alfred
Bates, regarding the immigration
question in that country. "I gather,”
said he, “from reading the American
papers that you are more friendly
toward the Immigrant than the people
are here. The colonists are not at all
fovorable to the Immigrant. They
call them *pummeys.’
where my sympathies are In this par
ticular I expect. About 40 years ago
I left Liverpool for this country in a
sailing vessel. We were three months
making the trip.
“A few days ago we had the British
Durant Acceptance Corp
Sold under the Durant Plan—SIB per share,
$2 per share down, $2 per share per mo. <
You’ll get four whole month*
of summer comfort.
The Ladles' Aid society will meet
with Mrs. Alfred Bates Friday after
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Clark and daugh-
worth League party to be held at the
parsonage Friday, May ».
Mrs. Julia Hunt had charge of the
temperance program at the Sunday
school last Sunday morning.
Next Sunday the uanal Sunday
school mkh I ou wll be hold at 10 O’clock.
Church »ervice at 11 a. m. to be con
ducted by the pastor. The program
will include a five-minute talk to the
children. Epworth Leage at 7.30 p. m.
Topic: “Religion and Munte." to be
introduced by Mrs. Anna M. Lester.
Highway Auto Co.* Hood River, phone 4331