The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, September 25, 1924, Image 4

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This illustration
shows one of our
Hi-Tops. It is made
" specially for the man
who works out of
When in need of anything in the
L umber B ill , Mgr.
Auction Sale
Monday, Sept. 29, 1924
1 Mile North of Oregon City on East Side Pacific Highway
Lunch on the Grounds.
35 Registered and high grade Jerseys, fine Jersey
type and heavy production combined. Milking as high as
48 pounds per day. About 15 fresh before day of sale.
Average herd test better than 5%. This herd contains
the blood of such noted sires as, Golden Glow’s Chief,
Myra’s Jersey King, and Chief Engineer. Such dams as
Nancy V., Pearly Exile, and Olga’s Silky H.
No catalogs will be issued, but a list of the regis­
tered stock together with their sires and dams, may be
obtained by writing to L. GLASS, Owner, Park Place,
Oregon; C. D. MINTON, Sales Manager, 818 Chamber of
Commerce Bldg., Portland, Oregon; J. W. HUGHES,
Forest Grove, Oregon, Auctioneer. Do not fail to write
for list as it contains the fine offering, whether for a fam­
ily cow or augment your dairy.
Terms: 6 Months, 8%. Those desiring credit must
make necessary arrangements with K. A. MILLER, Clerk,
at the bank of Gresham, Gresham, Oregon.
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Mrs. E. K. Vickers left Monday for
I Oregon City to visit With her eon,
I Earl Vickers, and family, before going
I on to Corvallis where «he is cook fdr
I the Theta Delta Nu house. 1
Mrs. James Cherry and daughter,
I Mary, spent several day« in Portland
I the latter part of the week with her
I sister, Mrs. Ray Sturgis«, who la on
I the sick list.
\ |
Gilbert Burned and Mis brother
I and sister arrived from California
I and «ill be employed on the Vensel
I ranch during apple harvest.
Wheeler Clark, of Heppner, gpent
I Sunday with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W?E. dart.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Root spent Sun­
day in The Dalles with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. George Huskey spent
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. N. A.
Hunter. They were on their way to
Pendleton to attend the Round up.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Evan« find
daughter, Dolores, were in Dufur
Saturday attending to business. *'
The reception given by the Mosier
community Monday evening to wel-
I come the new teachers and to get
better acquainted with the old ones
, was well attended and enjoyed by
Each new teacher was pre­
sented with a little token in keeping
with her respective position, and
neth Diiumick spent Sunday
each one responded with a few re­
liir parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
marks. A short program and refresh­
leg. He is working with 8. B.
ments dosed a very enjoyable even­
i at Camus Prairie.
I Robert Nlcolet passed away
Herbert Graves and Francis Neilsen
Uy at his home Tuesday morn-
left Thursday to attend the‘ Round­
lle was born in Switzerland
up at Pendleton.
1876 aud came to America
Mrs. Ralph Dnvall and Mrs. Oulin
and son, of Fullerton, Calif., left
Sunday for Hood River to work In
the apple harvest.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Conley left
Saturday for White Salmon to work
in the apple harvest.
Cllfton C. Reynolds, from Center­
C. J. Littlepage, of Corbett, came burg, O., arrived in Mt. Hood Sep­
up to look after his Interest here. tember 10. He 1« making his home
He reports Mrs. Littlepage getting with hla grandfather,. Jesse David­
better after r ,sick spell recently.
Mr. and Mrs. John Strain left
Boyd Camptx'll started work the
Wednesday for Hermiston, where they first of the week for the Apple Grow­
expect to make their future home.
ers Association at Hood River.
Friends of Robert Simpson stopped
on their way to the Round-up and
took him with them > Wednesday of
Central Vale school was well rep­
last week.
C. A. Cramer traded his ranch on resented in the Hchpol fair at Hood
Mosier creek to Mr. Kennedy, of River. A very lieaptiful booth was
eastern Oregon, for other land. Mr. fitted up by Mrs. Schweizer, Mias
Cramer is one of the ^queers of the Frey and their helpers. Those re­
community, having lived here 43 ceiving prises were: Mary Lewis,
first on wild flov ere, W“c<m<l on
chickens, heavy bree I. and fourth on
Mrs. Claire Bailey and daughter sewing; Gordon Gil terabn, third on
arrived Saturday from Oakridge to chickens, heavy br«4fl Enia Parker,
spend the winter. Mr^Jlalley will first on first division sewing; Lois
come later.
8ch weixer, third on ( second division
Mrs. C. Ruscher spent several days sewing; Mildred Parker, fourth in
visiting her granddaughter, Mrs. C. second
division sewiiig; Eline Down­
Bingham, of Dee.
ing, third In cooking; Ruth Ingalls,
Miss Iva Howey spent several hours fourth in cooking; Ftank Hagen, sec­
on pressed wild-flowers; Central
in Mosier Sunday calling on friends. ond
W. E. Chown and son, Roger, came , Vale, second on display of garden
up from Portland Friday to look flowers.
Miss Eline Downing la attending
after their interest here.
Ned Odell and Warren Fry, of Hood River high school; Geraldine
The Dalles, were calling on friends Gllkerson and Ruth Ingalls. Odell
high school, and the other one of
last year’s graduates, Agnes Roberts,
Constitution day was appropriately will attend Odell high later, when
observed by the school, all grades her
mother recovers from her In­
snd the high school taking part, after juries.
which Rev. Bogne, of The Dalles, ' Jlorace Gllkerson spent Sunday in
showed his pictures of Italy which
School has begun In that
were very pretty and instructive.
Those attending Tiernan night of
Mrs. E. B. Moss raised an early
the Masonic lodge in Hood River cat*bsge
In her garden which weighed
Wednesday were C. T. Bennett. E. W.
Davidblzar. Mr. Graves, Richard 19 pounds.
Miss Hazel Neff, who has been vis­
Scearce and George Alexander.
Mrs. Ray Bailey came up from iting her sister. Mrs. W. W. Giiker-
for some time, returned to her
Oakridge Saturday and she and her son.
mother, Mrs. Fannie Plercey, have home In Illinois Wednesday of last
moved into the house recently va­ week.
cated by A. C. Holmes.
Miller Fira* to Paint Mail Box
Among those going to Pendleton
A camimign han l<een started by
Friday for the Round-up were Mr. Postmaster
Johnson to have the boxes
and Mrs. Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. James , of rural free delivery patrons painted
Carroll, Mrs. James Cherry, George and
otherwise beautified. Mr. John­
Forrest, Gerald Horn, Forrest Evans son
has called attention of the rural
and Joe Weller.
residents that many of them have
E. W. Davidhlsar and James Camp i allowed their boxes to fall into dls-
returned home from a month's visit re|>air
and to become an eyesore to
st Mr. Davidhlzar’s mine near Baker. , the valley highways.
“I found." «aid Mr. Johnson, “that
Miss Mildred Nichol left Saturday
tot Eugene to attend U. of O.
I the orchardlsts are responding to the
Miss Thelma Johnson left Saturday 1 appeal. The first grower to paint
and otherwise improve the looks of
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Lelllott have his mail box was R. E. Miller, of the
moved to the property formerly Odell district.”
owned by Gordon Graham, for the
Street Will Be Closed
request of the city school
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Husbands and
daughter« were In Hood River Sat­ l>oard the city council haa closed sec­
tions of Height« «ide afreet« in the
urday evening.
vicinity of the Junior high «chool
The wind storm Frldiy evening during «chool hour«. The school au­
broke one of the large windows in the thorities will place the signa notify­
Chown «tore.
ing the public of the action.
Those voting at the school meeting
The council received a request
tonight will decide whether or not from residents residing on west Oak
the andltorlum will be used for and State «treeta. asking that proper
public dancing.
«igns be placed directing tourists to
Mia« Sarah Howe«, of Hood River, the Columbia River highway. It was
was a Sunday dinner guest at the stated that many transient motorists
get lost in this part of town.
home of Miss Thelma Johnson.
Albert and Avon Ernquist left Sat­
Ten Delian Reward
urday to visit relatives In Portland.
Barrett School Board will pay ten
Mias Sarah Folsom left Sunday
morning for Monmouth to attend nor­ dollars (810) reward to anyone fur­
nishing information that will lead to
mal school.
the arrest and conviction of the per­
Mrs. C. G. Nichol and daughter, son or penurne who broke down the
Mildred, were «hopping in Portland iron posts snd chain at the entrance
of the Barrett school grounds.
After the Rebekah lodge meeting
By order of the Board of Directors.
Saturday evening a short musical
A. G. Wing, Clerk.
program was rendered and several
talk« given in memory of the 73rd
anniversary of the lodge. Refresh­
A meeting bf the taxpayer« of
ment« were «erved and game« were Hood River Irrigation District will
played by l*oth young and old. Those be held at Oak GrovA* school house
attending from The Dalles were: Thursday, September 80, 1024, at 7.30
Ml«« Sara Howes, of Hood River, p. m. for the purpose of discussing
MI hhch Milina Seha«aen, Ignore Kirk and passing on the Budget as pre­
listriek, Ethel Gibson, Hugh Fagan par cl by the Budget Committee for
and Dora Sexton, grand warden of the year 1025.
lteliekah assembly.
By order of the Board of Directors.
F. Fenwick,
Mr. and Mrs. John Klobis came up
from Portland Snnday to Visit Joe
We wiah to express o
Klobis and family.
Ml«« Ilea trice Campbell was home those who at the time of
from Hood River over the week end. ment and sorrow In the
dear daughter and slat
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Clark and worda of sympathy. a
daughter. Georgia. nn<J George Clark flower« which were «ent.
were Hood River visitors Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Herman T. Regnell,
My. and Mr«. Win. H. Metcalf.
The usual church services were
Mr. and Mr«. Lloyd C. Regnell.
held Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mr«. Walter B. Regnell.
Miss Anelory Everson attended the
Card ef Thanks
shower for Miss Nona Keyes at Pine
We wiah to express our sincere
Grove Thursday afternoon.
Mias Gladys Aubert haa been hired thanks to the kind neighbors and
aa third teacher in the Dee aehool. friends for the help, itesutiful floral
She will begin her duties as soon aa offering«, music and aywtpsthy ex­
a school room can be added to the tended to us in our recent hereave-
W. E. Milla.
Mr. and Mrs. Cheater Perkins were
Mrs. Henry Budd.
Hood River visitors Saturday even­
A. M. Butterfield and family spent
Saturday at Hood River.
Mrs. Harry Iasel has returned from
Portland, where
Mr. and Mrs.
Matheny and
daughter, Ethel
have moved
bought Thors
PRIMARILY, the 800,000 women who
own Thor Electric Washing Machines
bought them for just one reason—Thor
has no equal. Many of them have been
in use for nearly twenty years. Thor has
always served perfectly because it is
built perfectly.
The THOR has:
“balloon tire” wringer, and
—does perfect work
—saves time
—saves work
—saves clothes and buttons
—is easy to operate
—is safe
—Is durable
—is guaranteed
Now offered until October 15» only,
on most liberal terms in
r . our history
T TNTIL October 15, when our great
annual washer sale for 1924 ends,
only |5 puts a famous Thor in your
home, and you may pay the balance
in eighteen monthly payments. All
this time the Thor is yours, light­
ening, your wash day tasks at a
Guaranteed cost of not more than
c an hour for current — virtually
paying for itself in satisfaction.
pOME in and see the Thor today,
or let us give you a demon­
stration by doing your next week’s
washing for you. You will be under
no obligation. Come to our «tore
nearest you, or telephone. But do
it today for it isn’t very long until
October 15—then your golden op­
portunity for the special terms
will be gone.
oAlways at your service
Delay signing contracts for your export
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