The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, November 26, 1925, Image 1

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    HOOD RIVER. OREGON. THURSDAY. NÒVEMBER 26. 1925
VOL XXXVII
No. 26
pa
rt ment senior aid«: Mv Hasel la­
partment
gram, of The DaUaa, department patri­
HOSPITAL CON­
otic instructor, and Mra Minds Slat­ ANNUAL FIRE
tery. of Eugene, department inspector.
The tablee were beautifully den-
CERT COMING orated
with fall flowers. Following
the luncheon the visitors attended a
Cfjriötmaö Oröö
MISS TURNER SINGS NEXT TUESDAY
We have on display a com­
plete Display of Christmas Cards.
When you^Shop Early for Christ-
mas-you get the pick of the store
and are assured of more careful
attention.
KRESSE DRUG CO.
NEW VICTOR
RECORDS
EVERY FRIDAY
Did you ever ride in a car that was so fuB et
pep and had such a wonderful smooth pick up that
you felt like you were flying? Boy that b a won­
derful sensation, and one that can only be gained
by riding in a FLINT, or better yet by driving it
yourself.
Come in some day with the whole family, take
the wheel of a FLINT* yourself and drive down to
Ninth and Cascade, then start in high gear and
drive it up to the Heights — straight up Ninth
Street without shifting gears — and see how easy
it does it, then you will get a thrill out of a Motor
Car that you never before had.
Make all the tests you want; take it out on a
nice straightaway and step it up as fast as you like,
then slow down to one mile an hour on high; then
step on it again and watch it pick up and see if you
ever saw anything, like it before.
There are a number of ways In which
our Trust Department serves our custo­
mers. The most common trust is that
created by will. By this means, a testator
----- l eaves a ll - or p a rt -of his estate In trust
Io be handled for the benefit of his widow
and children, or other beneficiaries, under
directions set forlh In his . last will and
testament.
,u
Next week we will explain the working
of a Living Trust or Voluntary Trust.
WE WILL GLADLY FURNISH THE QML
IF YOU WILL GIVE US YOUR TIME. DONT
PUT IT OFF, COME IN NOW. NO MATTER
IF YOU ARE IN THE MARKET OR NOT —
COME ANYWAY, WE WANT TO SHOW YOU.
TWIN PEAKS AUTO CO.
NEXT TO THE RIALTO THEATRE
THE RADIO SHOP OF HOOD RIVER
BUTLER BANKING COMPANY
New Location Apple City Bldg
J. G. BRADFORD. Prop’r
Daily expecting the New Stromberg
Carlson shipment.
Place your order now
Thanksgiving Candy
You can get that box from
just before dinner
Al»
Fruits and Vegetables
Whatever you may want, we will have it, for the Hood
River Fruit 4 Vegetable Store receives fresh supplies in
every available assortment every day. Ask for the fruit and
vegetable man when you telephone 8641, the Hood River
Market for meat.
HOOD RIVER AUTO WRECKERS
ON THE, HEIGHTS
Parts for all cars far
less than half price
Highest cash price paid
for cars to wreck
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The annual fireman’s ball, £' event
of Thanksgiving night here ~ years
aa<l years, has grown to be an out­
standing social feature. Indeed, so
heavy has been the sale of tickets that
it became a foregone conclusion that
the Pythian hall could not accommo­
date the merrymakers, and the folk of
Pine Grove grange cams to the rescue
and offered their hail for entertain­
ment of a large part of the crowd.
Fireman's dances this year will be go­
ing In full swing in two places when
the midnight hour strikes tonight. The
firemen will receive the proceeds of
both dances.
The Gravensteins, the valley’» pre­
mier dance orchestra, will play for the
Pine Grove dance. Rtatt’a ofctastra, of
Portland, will furnish the musical treat
for those who attend the ball in the
city.
The Hood River fire dapartaaant la
considered one of the most efficient In
the northwest The personnel «C the
organisation is as follows:
Jonn Voistorff, chief; Earl Frank
assistant chief; J. W. Crites, presi­
dent; Walter Shay, vice president;
Earl Weber, treasurer; L. R. Fray­
gang, secretary; E. Voistorff, John
Schiller, Fred Bell, W. E. Colby, Geo.
Mellon, E. B. Goodrich, W. B. Coulter,
L. G. Morgan, E. R. Bradley, Jy, Bd-
gar Frans, Fred Donner berg,. I* J.
Daniels, H. O. KAsse, J. a Mayor,
Cecil Ijifferty, Orie lx*, Corbett Alex­
ander, J. v. Horne, V. D.
Riley, A. C. Lotto, Jr., B. E.
and Walter Ford.
The grange will hold another of its
popular dances at the hall Saturday
night, when the Gravenstelns will
again play.
HUJE BLOODED HENS
DiSPLAYEDAT SHOW
Hood River ogebardiats allowed the
hen to eclipse the apple hora Batordày,
when tlie annual county poultry show
MRS. ISENBERG’S
FUNERRL YESTERDAY
RADIO SHOP MOVED
MORTENSEN WILL
TO THE APPLE CITY
MEET THYE AGAIN
w<d>
We will be open from 10:00
m. to 1:00 p. m
HOOD RIVER DRUG CO
M£ m Jeaniee Turner, accredited and
talented dramatic soprano, will be pre­
sented in a concert December 1 for the
l>enefit of the liood River hospital.
The proceeds from the concert, which
will be held at the high school audi­
torium under the auspices of the Boy
Scouts, will be turned over to the hos­
pital fund for the payment of the ster­
iliser recently installed.
Mlns Turner sang In Italy, where
she had great success, winning notable
mention from music critics there, “in
’Amico Frit«,’ Miss Turner, a young
American soprano captivated Rome,”
With J. W. Crites as chairman, the
comments Lo Steffle (Ban Remo, It­ Lunch dub meeting at the Waukoma
aly). “It is not often an American hotel Tuesday was devoted chiefly to
singer so youug sings with such feel­ an Interesting address by Charles A.
ing and finesse.”
Howard, superintendent of schools at
Miss Sara Howes, a Hood River girl, Marshfield. Mr. Howard told hogv city
formerly organist at Riverside church, si*Mirlntendents should earn their sal­
will ao-ompany Miss Turner, having aries. Fifty per cent of it, be declared,
already played for her in two coucerta will be earned when th« official secures
at Portland.
for his faculty the best available teach­
Any community the size of Hood ers. Another ‘25 per cent will be earned,
River, local doctors say, in their ver­ .I.. lui vd the speaker, when by his ef­
sion of the hospital situation, should forts the superintendent has bin teach­
have modernly equipped buildings, and ing force organised cooperatively. He
it is Just as necessary for a patient to gave other percentages as follows:
have a modern fireproof hospital as it Ten per cent for developing hart con­
is for pupils to be provided with a ditions for health and sanitation; ten
modern, school building, and It isn’t per cent by aiding in an economic fi­
any more the doctor's responsibility to nancial administration; four per cent
build a hospital than it is for a teach­ by securing a doe« relationship with
er to build her own school.
parents, and one per cent given to the
Statistics allow that hospitals are thousand and one minute details. The
founded and maintained chiefly by
too often overburdens the super­
charitable institutions, churches and public
intendent, said Mr. Howard, with a
private donations, such aa wills. An demand that he speud too much of his
example of the latter is found In the time on the details of relatively small
American Medical Journal. Victor F. importance.
Law-sou, well known financier and
Mr. Howard Is a candidate for the
newspaper man, gave >100,000 to the Republican
for state super­
Children's Memorial hospital of Chi­ intendent of nomination
Instruction. He has
cago. John 8. Cravens and Dr. Land­ an excellent public
record as a teacher and
caster, of Pasadena, Calif., each do­ aa an educational
His
nated >500 to the Torrence Hospital record as a student administrator.
and educator fol­
association at Torrence, Calif.
: TralulugPublic schools of Kan­
It is marvelous that patients receive low» ; graduated
Baker University, Bald­
the proper care that they do, consider­ sas
Kas., 1907; Master of Arts in Edu­
ing the lack of conventenc-es and short­ win.
University of Oregon; studied
age of room space at the local hospital. cation,
modern educational admin Istra tian at
Since there are only 19 beds, five pri­ Oregon
Agricultural College, Univer­
vate rooms and three wards, the pa­
Of California and Stanford. He
tients are necessarily crowded at times. sity
However, the surgical equipment Is has spent 18 years in Oregon schools,
adequately modern and it la possible teaching in Klamath County high
because of this fart for the doctors school, 1907-1911; superintendent dty
schools, Coquille, 1911-1917; principal
to perform efficient surgical work.
The hospital, officials declare, is a high school, Eugene, 1917-1930; super­
only graduate nurses,” says the super­ intendent city schools, Marshfield, sines
intendent of the hospital, “and can 1900.
Miss Brasean, hers representing ths
therefore give as satisfactory service as
a city hospital which employs student Children’s Farm Homa of the W. C. T.
as well as graduate nurses. Often the U. in Benton county, stated that an ef­
delay in sending a paries* to a larger I fort will be made to news a MM
quota from the cmmty aa ths ash
hospital proves fatal.” ,
A local doctor, who favors the cot­ debt. The sum of >88, ah* said,
tage plan for a new hospital, says. already been raised.
The following committee was sp­
“You can't Judge by the minimum but
the maximum number of patients the linted to make nomination for officers
hospital has to take care. Probably no for the ensuing six months and report
hospital can be said to have its last at the next meeting of the dub: C. O.
unit as new unite may be added on Anderson, F. A. Olmaled and R. W.
Kelly.
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according to neceaslty.”
,. The hospital,” officials say, “la a
purely humanitarian institution, and
When people realise the mesna the as­
sociation has to take care of approxi­
mately 527 patients yearly they will
realise the necessity for a new hospital.
“Equipment put into the hospital
Mrs. Lillie Ann Isenberg, widow of
sin«« August 15, 1924, the date of the
new management,” says Mrs. J. E. the late M. P. Isenberg, well known
Ferguson, "can be transferred to the figure In Oregon Republican political
new building, the money spent not be­ circle« 20 years ago. died at her Want
ing a-test invretmewt.” -
yrj.» - JUda Juunn Tuaaday aXtanuMMa. .INb
The original purchase price’of the neral service« were held from Asbury
hospital was >05UU, and improvements, Methodist church at 10 o'clock yester­
1. e., fire escapes, etc., not including day. Rev. Nimpaon Hamrick officiating.
equipment, for the year of 1924 was Interment followed at Idlewllde ceme­
>1890, according to L. M. Baldwin, tery. The funeral was directed by
treasurer of the hospital association. S. E. Bartmera.
“Grandma" Isenberg, as everyone of
The revenue taken in was >174198, and
the cost of operating expenses, not In­ the big family and score« of friends
cluding the equipment used, was >15,- knew her, was 79 years old. She was
868.00. The surplus, over operating a native of Marietta, Pa. She had
expense«, also not including the eqdip- resided .here for 35 years. For the
past decade aid more the great annual
ment used was >1,429.21.
Donor members, or those who gave event in the life of “Grandma" Isen­
or more were: J. H. Koberg, Dr. berg waa the family reunion and din­
M. Thrane, a C. Anderson, Dr. R. B. ner at her home Christmas day. Chil­
Rogers, Drs.- Abraham and Bifton, Dr. dren and grandchildren came from far
H. L. Duinble and Dr. J. L’ Black. and near to be at “Grandma'«’’ that
The total amount received from their day. The following children survive:
membernhlps was >1800, while the fees Mrs. J. L. Hovey. W. A. Isenberg. Miss
received from members, or those pay­ Bess Isenberg. M. H. Iseniierg, Elmer
ing at least >10, waa >2148.88. The Isenberg, all of Hood River; Mrs. Her­
total, including memberships, gifts and man Baling and W. H. Isenberg, of
fees, was >5,049.22. The Japanese alone Portland; Mrs. Guy Harvey, of Wamic,
donated >471 of this amount, and the and Mrs. James Woodcock, of Maupin.
nurses at the Hood River hospital gave
a substantial sum. Towards the orig­
inal cost of the hospital, the hospital
has payed >3500 and cost of improve­
ments amounted to >1800. At the
C*nt time, says L. M. Baldwin, the
Ital owe« only >8000 on the orig­
inal purchase price, and this amount
Fred Mortensen, the Durable Dane
should either be contributed or ob­ carpenter
of Hood River, will wrestle
tained by sale of memberships.
Thye again here Saturday evening,
Since the hospital was taken over by Ted
5. Mortensen telephoned
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the county, churches and other organ­ December,,
Port ¡¿nd yesterday to announce
isations have made vast changes and from
Improvements In the building. The that definite arrangements had been
for the event. The match will be
Masonic lodge refurnished the dining made
held at the K. P. hall, and another
room; the Woman’s dub added com­ main
will also be staged then,
forts in the way of new bed screens, George event
Barnes, the light heavyweight
linoleum, bed stands, etc., for the champion
of Washington, meeting the
woman's ward; dhe Riverside church former champion
of Greece, Jim Kolas.
women had charge of the mending and
The match will not tM»gin until 9
repairing; the Epworth Ixwgues gave
canned fruit, and the Pythfan Bisters oclock, in order that the bualueaa folk
and W. (X T. U. helped in various of the city may have an opportunity to
ways. Many others interested in the aee the match. Both bout« will be to
hospital situation did their bit by do­ the finish, two falls out of three. Mor­
nating canned fruit and apples. The tensen will meet Thye for the cham­
deputy game warden, C. W. Ixmghery, pionship light heavyweight belt.
gave a big turkey and ham to the hoa-
pital.
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EDUCATOR TALKS
TO LUNCH CLUB
YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF
TO RIDE IN A FLINT
BY WILL
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formal business meeting.
The following charter members of
the local corps were present for the
luncheon and meeting : Mrs, Nancy
Wilson, Mrs. Marybqth Crowell. Mrs.
Alida Shoemaker and Mrs. Clara
Blythe Marlor. Mrs. Dee Boyd pre­
sided ut Uie business meeting. The In­
spector gave a few corrections and
griticisms, winning all by her kind and
helpful Instructions.
A large number of the measbers of
Canby Corps enjoyed the afternoon
with the visiting officers and hope they
may all come again- Each of the visit­
ors gave a short address ou the work
of the corps.
New Sweet Navel Oranges. 50/ and 60/ do*; Florida
Grapefruit 15/; Fresh Figs and Dates in bulk and package;
Imported Layer Figs; Eastern -Cranberries, 25/ per
Western Cranberries, 2 for 85/; California Lettuce, 2 for
25/. Easterrl Celery, 10/ and 15/; Oregon Franquette
Walnuts, 40/ per lb.; Almonds, 40/ per lb; Brazil Nuts.
85/ per lb.; Fresh Coconuts, 2 for 25/ and Eastern Small
Sweet Chestnuts, 25/ per doz.
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HIGH OFFICERS OF
CORPS VISIT HERE
Canby Corps, Woman’s Relief Corps,
entertained a delegation of officer« of
the department of Oregon and past
national officers at a luncheon at the
Mt. Hood hotel recently. The follow­
ing honor guests were present: Mrs.
Minnie T. Horseman, of Portland, past
national Junior vice president; lire.
Beatrice Smith, of Portland, past de­
partment president; Mrs. Iva Scobee
and Mrs. Jennie C. Bentley, of thia
city, respectively department president
and secretary; Mrs. Sarah Eastman,
of Portland, department chaplain;
Mrs. Ellenore Zeilar, of Portland, de-
J. G. Bradford has moved his radio
«hop from the McDonald building on
Cascade avenue to the quarters occu­
pied by the Apple City Electric Co.,
corner of Oak and Third. Hal Nesbit
is moving hi« tire shop equipment to
hi« new building at the corner of Oak
and Fourth streets, and the Apple Qty
plant is being entirely remodeled.
Mr. Bradford will bare a damns st rw-
tion room and a side of the front room
of the store and a show window will
be equipped for him. The new loca­
tion will be conveniently located, and
Mr. Bradford declares that he will
equip it aa one of the beet radio atoree
in rural Oregon.
Ernest and Walter Colby era keenly
Interested in remodeling their stove.
A lowered celling han been arranged
for the display of electric fixtures.
More «pace, too, hag been provided for
the allowing of washing machines and
other electrical appliances for the earn-
venlouce of the housewife
The electric shop and radio store are
now being made ready fbr the holi­
The clerical force of the Apple day«. Both will show the latest aad
Grower« Asaoclation 1« clearing the most up to date art Idee in that» re­
dock« for the eeaaon'« flr«t cash dis­ spective lines.
tribution on pear« and apples. While
a deflnite decision has not been arrived
at yet as to the amount of the checks
that will be mailed, estimate« place
them at an approximate >300,000. The
dletrlbntlon will be made, it is said,
about the middle of the month.
Apple «hlpmenta are «lowing down.
Practically all early varieties have
been «hipped and the fruit left in the
valley Is of Newtown variety, which
will be held in storage for late deliv­
ery. Shipping activity will show ■
falling off until after the holidays.
ASSOCIATION WILL
MAKE DISTRIBUTION