The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, July 22, 1926, Image 5

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    PINE GROVE
of the Apple Growsrs AasoctaUon, wUl
Mtos Doans during the hot weather
A harvest Ice cratu nocial will be be built as an addition to tbs storage test weak took a trip to Newport and
koW fit ths church Friday afternoon Plant of the Association, loafed on tS rays that When they drove through
HOOd B-llrad ro^
and stoning. -
concert under direc­
•atom the temperature was J0fl and at
tion st- Eyed Ftohsr will bs given in
n*«otl*t*n«b to secure the Newport, where they arrived the same
tho.evehiiig.
“•oveeary property from the railread day It wu dfl. Mia Doane will teach
I Hood River la to receive ■ visit this
Mrs. Mary Fletcher to spending the cjwuny were romplefed taM wrek «d the coming school yar at Odell.
'h*1*urk,of ‘VOrtrurtlon, it to expected,
summer in Minnesota.
Mra. J. L. Woods aad children, Mra. fall from a unique eori» of traveling
You want it for the harvest. Good accommodations attract an
Edna Parcber and Mra. Luhr Jensen experts aboard the American Red Cross
Mra. Davidson, of The riaHee, . visited will be started in a few days.
?•*!• growers here who bad put in and children spent the wook end at I first aid frwin—tfatiou car, which is
her daughter, Mra. Victd? Thomsa,
Tt
efficient
harvest help.
thsir
,Or bOX* *** aud,n« Loot lake. Mr. Woods and Mr. Jensen, I making a tour over the lines of the
last week.
A quick turn-over of a large vo
Union
Paclflc
system.
they UNdenegtimated their crons
Mra. A. F. Bickford and Mire Ethel and are getting busy putting in orders who took the party to the tabs Satur­
win
be made to
give
them
possible.
Many
of
the
items
are
made especially for us over q
day
nod
returned
to
Dee,
brought
the
denmMUraUons'of
practl
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Bickford left Tuesday for two weeks
----- Ileal methods of
for extra boxes. They find that their rompers home Monday evening.
which we know, from experience, exactly meet your requirements.
in Battle.
I
first
aid
in
schools,
to
shopmen
and
no!, 2n,y ««aMerably larger
The Dee Community dub bald an en­ ¡other railway employe», the police, fire­
Mrs Ed Weils and children hgve than they anticipated but give evidence joyable
meeting with Mra. Severson a men and general public along the route.
baen guests of Mra. J. D. Lester for of
< much larger sizes also.
bustea at the school auditorium There-
WIRT the cooperation of the Union
two weeks.
To riect a new committee to conduct day afternoon. It wu announced that
The Aloha dub will meet with Mrs. i the affairs of the hot lunch dub of Mrs. Cutler would have charge of the Pacific the ar to traveling over the
F. H. Blackman next Wednesday.
I
the
Dee school for the ensuing term a program for the next meeting which system, visiting the principal cities and
towns on route. Since the- la-gtimiug of
heM Bt
will occur Thursday, August 19.
Mr. and Mra. A. J. Miller and C
‘
J. E Muller, of Berkeley, Calif., who | its present tour over some of the coun-
tars are enjoying a vacation* at
Thursday afternoon,
Extra heavy well made roomy oven
pounds
| try's major transportation systems, the
Oregon beach«» Mr. and Mra. . f
F. . c.
C.
to taking hto annual varoUon, jplned | car has visited 960 large- citlc-s and the
that
bakes
perfectly
and
d
J
£A
soft
filling;
extra
neavy
ticking
that
Liebold, of Portland, are caring for the
Potato crops on the Flat are giving Mrs. Muller, daughter of Mrs. Benton staff of surgeona on boa rd »has given
a
16-In.
fire
box
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Milter ranch during their abeenoe.
—
will
wear
several
years
under
the
promise of producing fine yields, the Mays, Monday and to making a vtoit first aid demonstrations to
peo­
Mtos Marguerite Ferrin Will com­ plants being In the pink of condition, at Dee. Mr. Muller, who at one time ple. This service to free to tlx- public.
*
hardest service. .. ™.....
was
a
resident
of
Oregon,
to
now
with
withstanding the unusually hot
plete iier succemf ul summer school this
The heavy attendance is partly ex­
I’
week and expects to leave Saturday Zmmer weather. It la aid by potato the contract department of the South­ plained by the fact that tlie lectures by
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“n who have looked the crops over In ern Pacific Railroad company with the staff of experts on the car are ao
for a six weeks’ term at Monmouth.
Uniform low prices on all grades
Mra. Mary Gilkey and niece, Mtos the valley that the finest stand of headquarters at the general offices of simplified and co n flo we d sb to be un­
Lena Stillwell, of Dayton, visited Mrs. plants they have seen to the ten- the company In San Francisco. While derstood readily by everyone.
suitable
for cabin use.
accompanied by Mra. Muller and
“Atiandana at these meetings may J
E. E. Lage this week. Mra. Gilkey was acre tract on Dee Flat under cultiva­ here,
Mr. and Mrs. I. D? Parkins, he will be the means of saving a life iierhaps
Woven
Wire
—
tion
by
J.
L.
Woods
on
the
Gordon
the ffret woman to climb Mount Hood,
visit a number of the scenic pointe of| your own," to the slogan of the staff
4
ascending the peak in 1887 from Gov­ Brown place.
Reihforced...
Interest in the Hood River country end aboard the car.
'
a .
I
C.
H.
Rogers,
resident
of
the
Flat,
ernment camp.
Wasco county.
The American Red Crowe, In renew­
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dragseth and who ia-lu camp at Uwr lake in con­ <smsaamsBmmaa»a»aiaammssaasinnsasoiaunato»«msMt ing its traveling first aid demonstration
Mr. and Mrs. Horn Freeman left Tues­ nection with his road clearing opera­
AU Steel—Tube frame, link fabric,
STAGE AND SCREEN | at this tinse, picks the moment when
day for Hattie whe>.*e they will be tions in that vicinity and was here
the
annual
toll
of
gccidents
in
the
equal to many springs
C A QE
Full size double Shoddy
fiC
joined by Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Brownlee for the week end, states that hot
United States exceeds the* American
weather is almost nil In that section
sold
at
$6.50
to
$8
.............
and
Wool
Blankets,
pr
......
ft»»*
on a trip to Victoria, B. 0.
c
ayfi<mwrduring
the
World
war.
as iffere has been frost at the lake
Alan Brooks, eretwhile stage and
Tony Mohr, Riddell I«tge and Ronald about every night this summer.
vaudeville comedian, coma forward
4 lb. All Wool
Sullivan spent several days at Lost
WEDDINGS
To give themselves and their fam­ with uu Interetalxig venture oil a rather
lake test week.
ilies an outdoor evening of old-time iutervstlug question—who suffers most
Used Ranges— Some good buys
51b. All Wool
Mrs. E. A. Dunlap to visiting Will music, the members of the Uood lllver from profeakmal egotism—the motion
■
Hagne-Ptog
Dimon thia week.
Mandolin club held a summer jinx at picture star or the stage artist?
for little money—$16.00 up.
I
Miss
Olga
Agnes
Plog.
<la
tighter
of
Brooks, who only recently deserted
H. M. Vannler spent test week end The Hasels, home of Mr. and Mrs. L D.
the bride of
in Portland.
i'arklus, Thursday night. Bate trom the footlights for the films, ays that Mrs. Louis Plog. became o'clock Sun-
Used Dining Tablee- Round and
2, 3 and 4 burner Oil Stoves $3.50 up.
to Harold Leon Hague at 4
” George and Charles Inge have gone the criticisms of the devqtera of j——, the screen star to far
ego day, July 18, at the home of her
square.
Cost you less than materials
to Llmberiost amp at Lost lake for "When You and I Were Young, Mag­ harbor an overdose
rmer. Here's mother. Rev. W. 8. 'Gtelner, who to
gie,” "Down by the Old Mill titream," than to the stage
two weeks.
Oil
Stove
Ovens.,
..................
$1.00
up.
to
build
..........................
$3 to 610
pastor of the Newberg ME. church,
,
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"
i
sera
It:
the
“
reason
why"
u
Brooks
Mr. and Mra. G. D. Finch and son, "After the Bail,” “The Green Fields of
"The stage star can kid himself— officiated. The bridal party stood un­
Virginia,
”
and
numerous
other
selec
­
Arvte, left this week for a visit at
der an archway of greens and trailing
tions of the long ago floated on the air the screen star can’t 1 For the stage vines on the lawn, and the grounds and
their former home In Idaho.
in both words and music. The im­ star can only Imagine what he has house were beautifully de< outed with
The Amicus dub will meet with Mrs. promptu concert was preceded by a done, while tbs npotion picture player
Orchard and Packing House Necessities-Ladders-Picking Bags
Harald Blackman next week Thursday. generous and appetising luncheon actually sea his every action during large baskets of gladioli, baby’s breath
and
ferns.
Lowell Baker, of Stanfield, spent the served on the porch which was lighted the projection of the fllm in which be
Preceding the eeyemony Miss Mar­
Nails - Nail Strippers - Box Presses, Hatchets and Staples
week end with John Mobr, Jr. Mr. for the occasion with Japanese lan­ has appeared. A legitimate actor may
Baker te vice president of the U. of O. terns. The members of the club, their imagine a bad performance as a good guerite Ferrin sang “At Dawning” and
“Oh Promtoe Me.” She was
student body.
families and guests were: Mr. and one, but there to no such chance as far I panled at the piano by Mra. A. W. I
Mr. and Mra. Austin "Lockman, of Mrs. R. B. i'erigo and daughter, Kath- aa the film star to concerned. A
MI m Marie Statelier played
Oakland, Calif., and Mi«« Helen Coyle, eryn; guests Miss Eleanor Whitely, mediocre performance on hte part la Peters.
Mendelssohn's wedding mar. b i and dnr-
of Portland, were recent visitors of Miss Helen Richards; Mr. and Mrs E. forcefully brought to hia attention In Ing the ceremony played “I Ixive
You
I
Mr. and Mrs. John Mohr.
A. Kincaid and son, Lawrence Kin«id, cold black and white upon the screen.” Truly-” '<
Brooks
enters
the
films
with
a
splen
­
Mr. and Mra. Robert Hays, of TYie Mr. and Mra J. C. Meyer, Jimmy
The bride waa very beautiful in a
Delia; Mr. Haya, senior, of Albeny, James and Royal Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. did stage record behind him. Ilto fif­ sleeveless gown of white georgette
and his daughter, Mra. Geo. Boweroox, H. G. Cooper and guata Dr. and Mks. teen yarn’ experience behind the foot­ with lace trimming. Her full length
of Loe Angelea, were guests of Mm. J. Edgington, Jowph Clair Meyer and lights included featured comedy roles veil of tulle was arranged cap fashion
in such su cce ss e s as "The College and caught across the back and sides
P. B. Lara way teat Saturday. ’
Mr. and Mrs. 1. D. Parkina.
Widow,” “Cheer Up," “Dollars and
Monday evening a farewell in the
▲ full attendance la
at tbs
ThoAs unfailing reminders that fall Sense,” “Expressing Willie” and the with orange blossoms. She wort a A. C. and a graduate of Monmouth
is coming on apace, the crickets are “Piker." Vaudeville patrons will re-1 double at rand of pearls, the gift of the Normal, where she was a member of form of a charivari waa prepared for next meeting July 90 ai
DEE
burinera to be dtocuasM
groom. She carried a shower Ismquet the Vespertine society. Rhe has spent the'bride and groom.
With electric light service being ex­ singing a.pightly chorus. In the Mat member him as that comical drunk.
of Ophelia roses; freerias and Itaby’s practically her whole life in Hood
Hiram
would
emphatically
predict
that
tended into this district, a packing
Hto maiden screen appearance to in ! breath.
J River valley and has a very wide circle
house to be erected by the Hood River it would be but six weeks now to froat, “Red Dice,” Rod LaRocyue's starring
The wedding of Carl Orland and
She was attended by her sister, Mias of friends here who wish her every joy.
but
not
so,
Hiram,
in
this
country.
picture, which coma to the Rialto the­ Edna Plog, as maid of honor, whose
Apple Growers Association, the new
Mr. Hague is stationed at Ban Diego, MI hs labella Grandy occurred teat
Dee grade being txnnpleted, the elim­ . The many friends of Mm Hartley atre next Sunday. He to seen in the gown was of sea green chiffon trimmed
Friday at the Methodist parsonage.
ination of the dangerous Deer Oeek will regret to learn that she to critical­ role of a typical East Side gunman, the with cram lace. She carried an arm where he to an officer in the service of Rev. S. Hamrick officiated. Both Mr.
the U. 8. Navy, aboard the destroyer
aide of a master criminal, played by liouquet of Russell room
grade and bridge on the Lost Ixike ly ill at her home In Dee.
and Mra. Or la ns are well known Hood
Selfridge.
road and the new school house in radi-
Virginia Leo Cutler, little daughter Gustave Von Seyffertlts. Opposite La-1 Little Miss Marilieth Plog. a niece of
River young people. They will make
After a short wedding trip, they their home here.
nea for sn enlarged attendance, resi­ of Mr. and Mm Prentiss Cutler, of Rocque to petite Marguerite De La the bride, was flower girl. Rhe wore
leave
fur
Vallejo,
Calif.,
where
they
Motto.
.
I
dent» of this section fed that consid­ Dee, became suddenly ill Sunday, mak­
shell pink taffeta and carried a basket will spend the next six weeks. After
erable progrea has been made In the ing it necessary to take her to the hos­ ' The axiom pertaining to the superla­ of sweft pens and roes buds.
Pythian Nota
September 15 they will be at home in
way of hnprovements for the commu­ pital at Hood River flor treatment.
Ijeonard Hague, a cousin of the San IMego, Calif.
tive illness of a wind that blows no
the aeini-annual installation of
nity in general during the past yar.
At
groom,
of
Bremerton,
Wash-,
acted
as
In honor of Mrs. Edgar E. Mason,
good might have written with the
Tte new packing house, which was of Berkeley, Calif., aad Mm Harry body
Out of town guests present at the pfficera the following officer» were in­
perverse breese in mind that to re-1 best man.
largely secured through the efforts of Kneedler, of Piedmont, Calif., mother sponsible for the erstwhile nobility of
Following the ceremony a reception wedding were: Mias A ret« Geiss, of stalled: L. R. Alexander, chancellor
Rdry CoUins, one of the directors and sister of Mm John R. Edgar, and Russia rubbing elbows with “five-g-l was held. Mrs. Ernest Grsiuse and Milton; Dr. and Mrs. I. W. Shauka, of commander; Jullua Johnson, rice chan­
also as a mark of distinction for Mrs. day” extras in Hollywood. For the Mrs. John Wlrrlck served cukes, Mrs. Tscoma; Mrs. E. O. Dutro and Mtos cellor; L. O. Barton, prelate; W. T.
master at arms; F. G. Coe, mas­
Edward A. Evans, who Is the daughter tornado of Bolshevism upset the aristo­ J. E. Plog and Mm Elsie Smith cut Del ma Dutro, of Tacoma; Mr. and Mrs. Forty.
ter of work; Newton Clark, inner
of Mr. and Mm J. £. Millar and to now cratic applecart in Russia a abort time lees, Mrs. Harry Plog and $flas A rets L. R. Hague and eon, Wendell, of guard; Walter Isenberg, outer guard.
Geiss presided at the punch bowl, #nd
and Bremerton, Wn.; Mrs. Bernard Haya
viaitlac the latter, a motor party with
a basket dinner was given at Robin the face of the globe. Installed new Misses Irma Bowerman. Marie Fletch­ and Mrs. Hagey, of Hanford, Calif.; Plana were discussed for work for the
Hood forest on the Mount Hood Loop rulers, confiscated property, and ex-1 er. Esther Hagen, lren< Ingalls, Mary Mrs. B.- H. Nickerson and daughter, term A calendar of programs will be
road Sunday. The personnel pt the Red the members of the educated, Shute, Blanche Turner and Oretta Patricia Anne, of Iw Grande, and E. E. arranged and announced in advance ao
Bartlett, C. Q.-M„ of the U. 8. ship that the members may know of coming
party was as follows: Mr. and Mm wealthy ctoa who were fortunate Taylor assisted with the serriag.
events.
The bride to a former student of O. Bel fridge.
M. R. Catherwood, Mr. and Mm Jama enough to survive.
Wlrrlck, Mr. and Mm A. C. McCam­
But, to mix metaphors, here's the
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mon, Mr. and Mm L. F. Parker, Mr. silver lining to the IH wind—the into-1
and Mm J. E. Millar, Mr. and Mm fortuna of the car's nobility have be-1
W. F. Shannon, Mm R- 8- Haseitlne, come a boon to the movtea. Directors
__ _ complete rail, water
Mr. and Mra. John R. Edgar, Mia can now obtain genuine dukes, counts
Marion Edgar, Mm Kneedler and sons, and princes, authentic generals and!
and resort vacation-
on e Prirtcets liner to
J Harold, Don and Edgar, Mrs. Mason colonels, and dyed-In-the-wool blue­
and Mrs. Evans.
V ¿Canada through the
bloods from one of the oldest nobllitte«
One of the most enjoyable social In the world to give that much-sought
Canadian Pacific Rock-
affairs of the season took place last aristocratic flavor of the Old World
iea. With stopoven at
Wednesday evening when the former in motion picture productions.
Banff, Lake Louise and
Cedi B. De Mille to especially for­
students of the school, assisted by their
the famous Bungalow
older lady friends, gave a mid-summer tunate. Not only does hto latest pro­
Camps. Return via Cal­
dance at the Dee school auditorium. duction, “The Volga Boatman," which
gary; never the same
DELIVERIES
A feature of the dance was a solo exhi­ will be on view at the Rialto theatre!
DELIVERIES
arena tvict!
bition of the intricate steps of the 1 next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, I
TWICE DAILY
Charleston put on .by Harold Kneedler, dal with Russia and the Red Revolu­
e
TWICE DAILY
Low Excursion Farts
nephew of Mr. and Mm John R. Edgar, tion, but he has drafted a dosen mem­
art now t/ftclivt;
who to at present visiting at the home 1 bers of -imperial Russia's biuret-blooded
gentry to give aa aristocratic back­
of the later.
'Canada welcomes Unit­
for the dramatic actions of his
ed States tourists
Mtos Olive Voick, formerly one of ground
1
the teachers at the Dee school, but featured players, William Boyd, Elinor
requires no passports.
now an instructor in art in the Port- , Fair, Victor Varconl, Julia Faye and
An (or literature.
land schools, after a week’s visit with Theodore Koaloff.
For Instance, there to General Ivan
friends at D m , returned to her home
in the Rose City Bunday. Mtos Voick. Ikonnlkoff, one of the ranking officers
who ca me up. to attend the Dee school of the Osar's army, in service for sev­
graduates’ dance, was the guest of Mr. eral years before the Bolshevists cap­
tured him. A year and a half in the
and Mm Rory Collins while here.
mines of Siberia waa followed by a for I
Mira Eleanor Whitely, daughter of tunate escape, and he walked from
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whitely, after a upper Siberia to China, from whence
visit of several days with Mia Dorothy | be made hto way to America. He still
Doane at Monmouth, where the totter retains hto military baring and superb
to attending the summer normal school, i artotocradc aloofneaa, and he figures
has returned home. Mtos Whitely and prominently in several scenes in “The
Volga Boatman."
Dimitrief Volgannln, uncrowned poet-
laureate of Russia, whose lyrics In
praise af $e Volga were nationally I
IÄ'
famoua, to another fallen aristocrat
■
whom Cecil B. De Milla seised gleefully
to give the- much-desired Russian tinge I
tí
to hto picture, and Prince Bergto
vanl, distantly related to the late Osar,
and formerly p-rse rasing fabulous
wealth, to also appearing in the pro­
duction.
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“The Little Irtoh Giri,” the Warner
picture starring Dolores Costello which
OUR CHOICE
coma Thursday and Friday of next
week to the Rialto theatre, to a crook
ee«s •••»••
BEEF ROASTS
story, but Instead of the locale of the
ordinary crook picture—the dens and
*
ARE BEST!
back alleys of the big city—that of
‘•The Little Irtoh Giri” to the country.
The scenario was adapted by Darryl
If you do not. already
Francis Zannuck from “The Grifton,"
popular story of O. D. Lancaster. The
know you will quickly
story has a brief open Ing in Ran Fran­
cisco In a newt of pickpockets and con­
find that we sell only
fidence men. Oertaln circumstanoaa
the choicest and beat
made it advisable for some of them to
take a vacation in the country, and.
of meats.
as chance throws an invitation in their
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way, they leave for Tupper Springs,
where they assume their usual sheep’s
clothing. They ultimately find, how­
ever, that they are really city ruba
RED CROSS CAR
-
E COMING HERE
Help! Help!
Franz’ Annual Rock-bottom Price«
Equipment are in effect now.
Cast Cook Stoves
Mattresses
Our Harvest Special-30
$4.50
Bed Springs
$3.25
Blankets
E. A. FRANZ CO
ÇtaQeœùi
Cash and Carry Grocery
H. GROSS, Proprietor
Phone 1032
THIRD AND OAK STREETS
Phone 1032
Specials for Saturday & Monday, July 24-26
No doubt you have read advances for
the last week on wheat condition. There
is a short exop in Canada and that will
mean high prices on flour—and flour has
advanced. The list price now on flour is
$9.00 per barrel wholesale.
It is the same with sugar. The whole­
sale price now, in carload lots, would
amount to more than $6.00 per sack.
But the Cash and Carry Grocery always
buys in the low market before advances,
giving you the benefit. We are not giving
you any baits, but only ottering goods at
a legitimate profit, sold to you with a guar­
antee of satisfaction and if not satisfied
your money will-be refunded in fill! When
we advertize goods at a special rate, we
make it a point not to run out of them.
ia
Economy Market, la
For Picnics
Lunch Meats and Picnic Supplies
Salad Dr
Fine Milk Fed Fry Chickens
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t -At
' *'’t. '
•
Choke Hen
"•
Try * half of a Swift'« Premium Ham
Red Rock Cottage Cheese, fresh every day.
the comic
Cane and Berry Sugar,
per 100...........................
Crown Best Patent Flour,
49 lb. sack -............... —
Fishers’ Blend Flour, > .
' 49 lb. sack............
Jones’ Pure Lard, No. 10
can-.,............................
Bordens’ Milk, tall cans,
5 cans...................... i...
Otter Brand Solid Pack To­
matoes, No. 2*, 2 for......
Jones’ Bacon Back, sugar
cured, lean streaked, lb....
Gross’ Bulk Coffee, ground,
per lb........................... .....
Black, Green or Gun­
powder Tea in bulk, lib
45c
45c
We reserve the right not to eell to any
merchant or person buying for merchant*
FARMERS ATTENTION
$2.15
$2.15
■*
45c
35c
$1.05
Wasco Mill Run, 80 lb. sk.
Wasco Scratch, 100 lb. sk..... ..$2.7 q
$6.00
$1.64
25c
The tixx^B wilUwon come when you will
be in the marMet rot mattresses for your
apple pickets. We offer you a good buy
in a single aize excelsior mat- <*> OQ
tress with cotton lint felt, each...w""®^
We also offer you a good
Qftc
painted shovel for............ ...........
; No doubt you will realize that these
offers are bargains. Take advantage of
them as long as they last.