6, 1926 - The Morning Oregonian
Missing Man Sought
Search Under Way for Marvin Clark, 75, of Tigard
Marvin A. Clark, 75, who disappeared from his home
in Tigard last Saturday, still is missing and his
family is conducting a search for him with the aid
of police. Mr. Clark left Tigard on a stage
for Portland, telling his wife that he was going to
visit his daughter, Mrs. Sidney McDougall. The
following day it was found that Mr. Clark had not
arrived and the search began.
Mr. Clark wore a dark suit of clothing. His
hair and mustache are white and his eyes are
blue. He is about 5 feet 8 inches in height
and weighs about 170 pounds. He was suffering
from paralysis of one side. Mrs. McDougall is
at the Hereford hotel, 735 Hoyt street.
Thursday, November 11, 1926 - The Morning
Oregonian (Portland, OR)
Reward Up For Clark
Tigard Resident Disappeared Several Days Ago
Search for Marvin A. Clark of Tigard, who
disappeared Saturday, October 30, has so far been
unsuccessful, although police in all northwest
cities have been asked to be on the lookout for him.
Mr. Clark left his home for Portland, planning on
visiting his daughter, Mrs. Sidney McDougall of the
Hereford hotel, 735 Hoyt street, here. He came
to this city on the bus and has been traced as far
as the Yamhill street terminal. There he
dropped from sight and has not been heard of since.
Mr. Clark was suffering from partial paralysis on
his right side and could not use his right
arm. He had gray hair and mustache, blue eyes,
was 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighted 175
pounds. He was wearing a dark suit and hat.
Mrs. McDougall has offered a reward of $100 for
information leading to discovery of her fatherís