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VOL. XXXVI
HOOD RIVER GLACIER. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY w. 12. J 1925
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•Above all else a man of the people, very human in hie
weaknesses and capabilities —
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St Valentine’s Day
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ABRAHAM LINCOLN
Give Her a Box of
Al such, his many achievements have significant les*
sons for each one of us.
JOHNSTON’S OR SAYLOR’S
CHOCOLATES
Our moral and religious life will be safer; our cities,
states and nation will be more secure; the blessings of
God will be vouch-safed to us and to our posterity—so long
as we oherish the life and emulate the example of Abraham
Lincoln.
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1- 2- and 3-pound Boxes
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To Honor the Anniversary of His Birth This Bank
Will Not Be Open Thursday, February 12th.
KRESSE DRUG CO
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The First National Bank
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HOOD RIVER, OREGON
“Economy is one of the finest and highest
virtues. It begins by saving money.”— Lincoln.
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ARE YOU A GOOD
GUESSER?
If so, try your luck on the Jar of
Jelly Beans now on display at our
store. One guess with each 10c
purchase of
. LINCOLN’S BIRTHDAY
Sixty years ago James Russell Lowell
foretold in the following words how
we of today would think of Abraham
Lincoln:
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“Great captains, with their guns and drums,
Disturb our judgment for the hour,
Rosarían Nut Kisses
But at last silence comes;
These all are gone and, standing like a tower,
Our children shall behold his fame,
Winner receives a large 4-pound
stick of Candy.
The kindly-earnest, brave, foreseeing mao,
Sagacious, patient, dreading praise not blame,
New birth of our new soil, the first American.’*
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HOOD RIVER DRUG CO
Meals — Fountain Service
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Federal Reserve System
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Help For The Fruitgrower
CLAY BUILDING TILE
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Due to numerous calls from
‘orchardists who wish to simplify
their system of bookkeeping, in
order to make income tax returns
and file their reports with the State
Accident Commission, The Glacier
has made available stock forms of
several kinds.
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THE HOOD RIVER GLACIER
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built uf the
BUSINESS AS USUAL
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The ideal wall for warehouses, garages, dwellings
or stores. We are local agents for Dennison In*
terlocking Clay Tile as shown above. See us for
plans and estimates.
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GIFTS THAT LAST
Watches, Silverware,
Precious Stones,
Rings.
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EMRY LUMBER & FUEL CO.
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"Everything to Build Anything”
CHARACTER REPAIR WORK
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Repair Shop for Furniture
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And how are your eyes?
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REPAIRING, RECOVERING AND REFINISHING
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Do you see as you should?
He Jiveth right who seeth right.
Old Furniture Made to Look Like New.
Look over your Furniture and let ue do your work.
Many men and women have discovered that they had
been missing some of the best of life when we tested their
eyes. And through furnishing them with proper glasses
we hhve made hundreds of friends.
VARNISHING OUR SPECIALTY
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Wc will call for and deliver anywhere la the city limits.
W. F. LARAWAY
CENTRAL TOP SHOP
Gifts That Last
Phone 2524
OLD HIGHWAY
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CHAMBER WILL CA­
TER TO TOURISTS
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Growers, save yourselves much
trouble and worry by the use of
some simple bookkeeping form for
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BOY SCOOT SHOW
WAS SUCCESSFUL
BUTLER BANKING COMPANY J-,
Squibb Quality
Mr. Vining njmssU the I m
Oregon will prosper on a lar
If aba will devote her Uno a
to an aid ot the tamers alm
toward assisting them in ths
of proper erope ai ‘
them, than by in
to come here. H
gon can house industrial workers la
a clean atmoephsre. Hsra dttea, wharu
machines era opsrated hr th* saotora
of hydro-electric systMaa, will Mt be
polluted with the smoke of coat
Mr. Vining grew most eloquent In
his plea fur sa Oregon of toisrancs.
“WbaX matters it,” he said, *11 a
uiau be led to domination over the
Advising them specifically and gen fear
of death by a priest, a rabbi or
eraUy, Irving E. Vining, president of the minister ol my church»“
the Oregon State Chamber of Com­
Again he heU his abdienee rapt
merce, inspired the members of the
be panned a wurd picttue as iw
Hood River chamber Monday evening sa
it to people of Fennsyl-
at their annual election banquet to presented
vaum at a rneeuug In FltUburgii,
pledge themselves to new community when his talk was broadcast.
activities the coming year.
''Let's make of the glories ot Paun-
Hood River has never llateued to a Sylvania, her ahnuea oX history, uuU
more eloquent speaker than the state ox the glories of Oregon • rosary.
chamber bead, whose dramatic utter­ We will lay It across the boundary
ances voiced an appeal for the eUm of states. We’ll suing thereon the
lnatiou of bigotry In community af­ uredeeceiit pearls formed by the shin­
fairs, the putting aside of sectional­ ing snow peaks of Mount Hood. Hau­
ism in state affaira and the burying ler aud buaata. And Utaa we'll lake
of jealousies In Pacific coast affairs. iuat abrlue and benediction of Mother
Mr. Irving said the Pacific coast has A'ature, Crater lake, and place a jewel
been noted for the alight attenUon It ou the roaary lu bouor of the Madou-
has received from the federal gov­ ua, the great Mother Nature.”
ernment. This haa resulted, he de­
Mr. Vining, in Uie course of a two
clared, because Oregon, Washington Hour talk, made two unique auggea-
and California have’ vied with each iiu»is to the local chamber. He urged
other in efforts to secure federal ap­ diet women be urged to aAHate with
propriation for Pacific coast govern­ the organisation. At Ashland, be
mental establishments.
atuted, 20 per cent of the members
Today Seattle, Portland, Ban Fran­ are women. He declared that Hood
cisco and even Los Angèles have Ulver should have an organisation
learned that they must work together. ana liar to the LithiaM of Ashland,
That they must go to Washington MandiSeid a Pirates or Medtoed a
with a united front. If they expect to Crsiera. lie suggested that the Hood
get results for the Pacific coast.’*
itlvcr organixation be called "The
Mr. Vining declared that the Hood Alpine Boys.”
Mr. Vining was accompanied here
River valley has a wonderful ambas­
sador from Oregon in the red cheeked irom PorUend by ▲. h. Dudley, man­
apples that associate with the aris­ ager of the state shamher.
A- r. B. Nteele VM elected presi­
tocrats of the fruit world on the fruit
stuiids of metropoll.
dent of the chamber fur the ensuing
"While there is a wonderful lure of year. Col. W. B. Dowd was named
romanticism and a touch that causes vice president. Mt. Dowd, K. E.
one to think of apple blossoms and a dcott and H. Is Utesemaker wees
homeland in a fruitful environment in elected new members ef the director­
your ambassador,” said Mr. Vining, ate. Hold over members are: 1-eroy
Childs, r. A. Olmsted, Geo. K. Wil-
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lie declared that one of Oregon's our and Mr. Bteeis.
greatest assets rested in her ability,
The chamber will collect from a
in the possession of mountains and service fund and membership dues a
streams, to fill a want In the hearts total of >72ia for the 1V2S activities.
of eastern business men. He de­
One of the main events for the year
clared that the forests which the u> be sponsored by the chamber wtU
easterner dreams of, when ho thinks ue the joint celebration, about the
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of his youth, have vanished, the middle ol June, of the opening of the
streams where be fished have been Mount Hood Loop highway and the
polluted with dyes. He must come to dedication of the new Interstate
orugou to hud the pictures that form uridge acrom the Columbia. The fol­
m bis lutnd when be thinks back over lowing committee Was appointed to
nappy uays of youth.
uamUe prvperatteas tor thia event:
Mr. lrvmg declarad that the west Leslie Butler, K. O. Bisachar, Kent
needs llie luvealiuent dollar» of the Hboemaker, A. B. Bennett, Truman
emit, and Him lure of the man grown Butler and Stanley Walters.
H. O. Blanchar, chairman of the
uiu with the thoughts of his boyuuou
seif M characterised as oue
Um 4ub s road committee MW Ute
greatest means of drawing the eastern die spirit evidenced at the recent
dollars to the west, in many Instances meeting called to consider Ute pro­
be declared, the eastern capitalist, posed bridge road was gratifying.
with a sou who seeks ambitiously to He said all those present, and the
Attesting to the popularity of
establish himself, will set up bis boy meeting was representative of the
at ths
111 business 111 communities ot the Pa- city and sll of the granges ot. the orgaaieation. the andleMi Igfat
aff
valley, were agreed on the proposi­ Rlatto theatre WodMsday
cihc coast.
week Ailed every seat, aad the
Mr. Vining paid a tribute to Ore­ tion ot improving the existing high- last
Hoed River Boy Scouts reaped •
gon» system of motor highways, way.
material
sum In their benefit per­
The
dinner
meeting
watch he declared will be the medium
formance for the Cemmuattp hospl*
by
numbers
from
the
of bringing eastern folk of wealth,
tal. “A street Boy's Hoaori' was th*
tired 01 the superficiality of their glon quartet, composeil of W. J.
vehicle chosen by the boys, who car­
own environs and of Europe, to a an, Ted Baker, James Collier
ried off their parts welt Adults par­
land of scenic charm and inspiration. Earl S|»aulding. The banquet
ticipating in the show included A. T.
But Mr. Vining warned that Oregon, held at the Oriental Cafe.
Cass, local eooatmaater, Victor C. Fol-
11 she would prove the real worth 01
lensiua, supervisor of »arsestin» *a
her vehicular roads, must parallel
the city schools; I. R. Acheson, deril
them with a new highway of the
of the district school board, and Jas.
miud, a road built over a right ox
W. OoUter, SMietaat scoutmaster. K.
way of open mindedness. He de­
4. Barnett, principal of the junior
clared that Oregon la suffering from
high school, aided with the stags
stumps of bigotry that block the high­
work, and Miss Esther Hettinger, In
way or the mind. Mr. Vintng made
charge of English ciasees at the high
The
energies
of
the
members
of
the
an appeal to his hearers to forget
school, aided In directing the Scouts.
prejudices established by a circle ol Hood River Chamber of Commerce
No Hood River show wm ever
for
the
year
1928,
according
to
report
politics or religion and to .step out
more Interesting. The play showed
of
ex-Preeident
Wilbur,
will
be
alined
and intermingle with their fellow
almost entirely toward the visiting the effect of a troup of Boy Bcouto
men for community good.
th a large city and their Influence In
"if our governor and the legisla­ tourist. WhUe the valley and Ito reclaiming a gang of tough l«oys of
ture down at Baiem could only lay .surrounding scenic enyirens will be
aside political prejudices and animos­ able during 192S to pay attention for son, Jfn son of Postsmster Johnson,
ities and consider the problems that the uioet part only to the toarist who took the leading part as Tom Sher­
in his own automobile, the
confront them from the standpoint ox comes
of n modern,, commodious man, newsie and leader of “De Gang.”
business and community good, how building
The other» who participated In the
hotel
In
the vicinity of Cloud Cap
inhch lietter off would Hood River Inn haa been
made a major project abosv were:
and Oregon be.”
Pat McKeeghan. Tom’s pal, a boot-
the local chamber. It will cooper­
Mr. Vining declared that no worse of
black, J a men Carson; windy Saun­
ate
in
securing
such
a
hoateiry,
a
drawback can be found In any com­
that will attract and bold pal­ ders, always in misehtet. Robest Pub
munity than a citisen growing old, place
ace
car
with the Portland ler; Spaghetti Coatlno, Peewee Smith,
self sutislicd and complacent in the Chamber visitors,
of
Commerce
and the Ore­ Slats Congdon, Squealer O'Haga and
shell of routine that he is building gon State Chamber.
EI muiv Rastus Washington, members
around hlinself. Age, be declared, is
The Hood River chamber, combin­ of “Do Gang." Max Calandra, Lento
nut a matter of years but one of ing ita influences with Portland and Jones, Carroll Day, Dea Rmry and
plasticity and the ability to meet new state hodie« and the American Legion Ray HathhorM; Snake Hawklu, a
ideas and grasp new opportunities. IViet will bend ita efforts toward se­ bully, Robert Butler; Bill Biuikin«,
A man who Is filling to step out and curing an Immediato surfacing of tbs Snake’s crony, Arthur Lofto; Mr.
play his part, may grow old in yegy* Cooper» Spur lateral of the Mount Walters, scoutmaster, A. T. Case;
but not In spirit, he declared. He
Franklin Beott and Howard NoMa,
Ijoop highway.
declared creative genius tbs greatest Ilood
Last summer the local chamber es­ Boy Scouts, John Ilounaall aad Ron­
gift of mankind, that desire of man tablished a small, one-reomed bunga­ ald Ingalls: David Rollins, a wealthy
to build In his community something low type office near the intersection banker, Victor C. Follenlus; Michaol-
to leave to posterity and make that of the two moot heavily traveled owaki Rwindiake, a peddler, J. C.
community a little better. He cited Htreets. Here information was ever Collier; Reilly, a policeman. L R.
the accomplishments of youthful vis­ available to the visiting motorist As Acheson, and Grimes, a detective who
ion in Portland, where In. the past a result those who were sent into ths who never fails, Clifton Emmel.
decade a world port has been estab­ orchard and mountainous sections who
An interesting romance Was woven
lished, attracting M steamship U ms otherwise might have sped right into the play, and Tom, the hem,
to all ports of the seven seau. He through the city, reached Into the tuned out to be the long lest eon «t
compared Portland's progress with thousands. The tourist kiosk will be Devid Rollins, the banker. Jamsa
that of Bridgeport, Conn., whore com­ reopened immediately the tourist sea­ Collier was a scream as the Jew
placent capital has failed to take son begins this year. In addition to peddler. His make up was good and
advantage of opportunity.
the duties of last year the chamber his Yiddish talk was a distinct Mt.
The folk qf Hood River, declared bureau will take over the duties of Clifton Emmel. who has show as- •
Mr. Vining, are fortunately situated registering foreign cars.
comedian In high school performsmssn
at the intersection of the most highly
Plans call for the early I bsm of a made an excellent Grimes, the detec­
advertised highway in America, the comprehensive booklet, dealing with tive who never felled.
Columbia River highway, and the the valley's horticultural and agri­
Mount Hood Loop highway. They cultural opportunities and scenic at­
have the drawing power of Mount tractions. It Is also proposed to have
Hood, Mount Adams, now connected the chamber operate a credit bureau
with the new interstate bridge. They for local merchants.
may place a halo of romance about
The chamber, too, has set itself to
the points of scenic beauty with supporting plans that call foe paving
stories of Indian legend, of the Bridge Cascade avenue at the west edge of
of the Gods and the thundering defi­ town, where since the (tolambia River
Gee. I I. Sargent, tor SO years •
ance of the Great Spirit, when he highway was completed an unim­ leading orchardlat of ths Oak Grass
spoke from Hood's crater and the proved stretch of street 100 feet long district, died recently from a paw­
rock span crumbled.
has caused unfavorable comment from tract ed Illness in Portland. Hs M
“We are prone,” said Mr. Vining, the thousands of motor tourists who survived by his wife.
“to dream dreams and wish that we enter the city annually.
Mr. Sargent took a keen Interest th
might have lived In some of the
The chamber will use all of Ms the early day cooperative mniamMS
great periods of history. In fact, we influence toward securing an early among growers in organising for tka
are today living In a great historic construction of an adequate road from sale of their product. He was know»
time. The glories do not all belong the Columbia River highway to ths for his love of flowers. The grounds
to the days gone by. We here in new interstate bridge.
sround his home were • rare ei^ff
Oregon are witnessing the passing of
Activities will be entered upon for during the spring and summer maths.
that epoch that brought Its covered the popularisation ef Mount Hood as Mr. Sergent was ever active in plMfl
wagons. We are bidding farewell to a recreatioMl center and all inquiries tlmt led to the development of
those intrepid pioneers who founded of prospective settlers or those who Hood River Branch experiment Sr
an empire and greeting the new com­ expect to visit the community for rec­ tloe.
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ers whose travel is accompanied by reatio« will be answered promptly.
the hum of motors."
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Mr Vining urged Hood River folk
The following West Ride stodento
to sell to themselves the Idea that
they lived In one of the most wonder­ are now in Portland attending busi­
ful spots of God's creation and then ness college: Misses Cora Miller,
to tell the story of their homeland Cecil Mowers, and Elisabeth Thomp­
son and Shelley Boyce.
to everyone.
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