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F orest G rove P ress
LARGE CROWD ENJOYS PLEASANT EVENING
FOREST GROVE. OREGON, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 10. 1910
foot-ball team, and it is very ev
ident that our team this year
The regular mid year reception was no match for the teams of
in Brighton chapel was given the early days.
Friday evening under the aus-
The prohibition contest is soon
pices of the Senior class who ap- to be held, and there are scarcely
peared for the first time in their enough entered to make a con-
caps and, gowns and thus lent test. It seems strange when
much, dignity to the occasion, there is such a chance for ora-
As St. Valentine’s day is so near torical honors. There will be a
the whole entertainment was small prize for the local. The
carried out on the plan of a Val- first prize in the state contest is
entine party. The room looked $40 and a second prize of $20.
very pretty with rows of small These ought to be worth work-
red hearts crossed overhead, j ing for.
large hearts on the walls, and
CONCERTS PLANNED RY O'RECTOR OF
pathways of hearts on the floor.
The first part of the evening
Prof. Chapman is planning
was spent in matching hearts on several concerts to be given this
which Cupid’s favorite quota year by some of the best music
tions had been written. Then ians of the country. Arrange
everyone joined in a grand march ments have already been com
to the music of the orchestra. pleted with the director of the
The one minute talks by the Chicago Conservatory, a tenor
young ladies to their partners soloist of ability, to give a con-
which were rewarded by hearts
or lemons according to the value
of the talk, and the proposals
which followed from the gentle
men and were rewarded by a red
heart if accepted and a white
heart if refused caused much
The refreshments o f ice-cream
and cake which were then served
carried out the idea of the eve
ning. The reception closed with
a “ hot coffee” march, songs and
cheers for the orchestra and
school. Most of the students
and a good many of their friends
were present and everyone voted
the evening a decided success.
coast from Astoria to Tillamook. quartet. Rev. D. T. Thomas is
It would undoubtedly prove a the director of the Glee Club.
boon to both cities as well as in They meet every Wednesday
night and are doing good work.
Prof. Chapman organized the
Columbia county recently pur
chased its third rock crusher, double quartet, which meets
every Monday evening.
which together with the necess
little realized how much latent
ary road roller, cost $7250.
talent we have had all these
Roseburg commercial club is
years among the young men in
out after a membership o f 500 (
| school. This movement will fill
live ones. That ought to help
a long felt need and we sincerely
hope the interest will not lag.
301 converts at a recent revival So far the boys appear more am
at Independence places tnat cit> bitious than the girls in this mat-
on a higher and better plane r.o| ^er
$1.00 Per Year
well known optician will be in
Forest Grove. Wednesday, the
16th in Hillsboro. As he does
not go from house to house; con
sult him at his hotel office.
Scores of Washington county
Mrs. V. I. Fuqua has been ill
for several days. Mrs. A. C.
Boggess is teaching in the Lin
coln school during the absence of
Rev. H. Gould was a visitor in
the metropolis Monday. While
still under the care o f the phy
sicians is rapidly recovering his
Margaret Lowell, of Pendleton-
has registered in the Conserva
SPECiAL EVANGELISTIC MEETINCS
Don’t forget St. Valentines
tory this semester.
Beginning next Sunday eve
day, Feb. 14. Send one of our
ning and continuing through the
W e keep the best lime and sul Valentine post cards. We have
week tnere will be evangelistic phur spray.
the finest selection in the city.
meetings for the students and
The open meeting of the Wom- Forest Grove Pharmacy.
. of j an’ s Club will be with Miss Farn-
Superintendent Moore, of Sa
the two college Christian Asso- h, m Frida evening at Herrick
preached at the M. E. church
nations. Rev. A. J. Folsom is I H alj
Sunday morning and evening.
There was a large audience in
attendance during each service.
L. W. Russell, of Glenwood,
Iowa, made his brother, C. V.
B. Russell of this city, a brief
visit last week. It was the first
time the brothers had met for
Chas. Jamison and family, o f
Falls City, Washington, arrived
in the Grove Sunday and are
looking for a location here. The
are the guests of H. R.
. milyat “ FairOjifcs” (
Nick Dixon, of Langdon, N.
Dak., spent the week with for
P.IOGRA'A FOR TEACHER’S M EEIING
mer Langdonites, who are mak
The Washington County Teach
their homes in this city. Mr.
Group o f Forest Grove’s Educational Buildings
ers Association will meet at For- j _____________
Dixon says that he appreciates
est Grove in the Lincoln Building cert here in the near future and to have charge o f the meetings
the climatic change batween
CARD OF THANKS.
on Saturday, Feb. 12.
| the date will be announced soon, and Rev. Thomas has consented
Oregon and the bleak Dakota
To the kind friends and neigh plains.
It is also planned to have a re- to lead the singing. The service
who tendered us assistance
10 a. m. Music, Association.
cital by the male students of the Sunday evening is to be a union
Have Dr. Lowe relieve your
during the illness
Arithmetic, George Yates.
Conservatory alone. The or- meeting of all the churches oi
and eye ache with a pair of
Spelling, Bella Chalmers.
chestra which has been practic- the city and will be held in the an<^ subsequent death of our be
ing under Prof. Chapman’s di- Congregational church.
The loved mother, we wish to extend
others and you 1
1.15 p. m. Music.
rection for some time will give meetings during the week will our heartfelt thanks and appre
of his skill and
Supplementary Reading, V. V. several numbers on the program be held in the college chapel, ciation.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cummins,
and there will be violin, piano : Most of the students know that
For the family.
Round Table Talk; School Man and vocal numbers. The recital Mr. Folsom is a fine" speaker as
day and Tuesday.
agement, B. W. Barnes.
J by the young men of the conser he has spoken here a good many
Local and Personal
To do one thing and do it well
vatory last year was very enjoy- times and it is hoped that every
All are invited to come and ! able and the one planned this one will make an effort to attend
is more to be commended and is
Lea Good returned last week of more benefit to humanity than
take part in the discussions.
year promises to be even better. the meetings.
from a trip to California.
to do many things and none of
O. M. G ardner , Sec.
David Marsh spent the fore them equal to the best. Dr.
AROUND THE CIRCUIT
part of the week on business in Lowe limits his practice and has
PACIFIC AND ORATORY
Leah Slusser has been ill for Hillsboro and Portland.
A 320 acre farm near Newberg
for more than 19 years to testing
In the good old days of Hale,
was recently sold for $64,000. the past week and was unable to
W. F. Schultz recently disposed and fitting glasses to the human
and Peters every one was inter-
ested in oratory. It was consid- WJ '° 8,1,8 0reBon 8oil ia dir\ , teach her vocal classes Wednes-j0f his blooded trotting stallion, eye.
Rural Jay, to Portland parties.
ered no small honor to win the c eap‘
SEYENTH DAY ADVENT NOTES
local contest, and the schools
Yamhill county apple growers
Alice Clement sprained her
Fruit and shade trees at whole
went wild over a state victory, have perfected an organization, ankle quite severely while step- sa]e by jr A Dixon or Forest
The new church being built by
Nine orators entered one local Members of the union will here- ping from the car one day sev- Grove Floral Co.
the Seventh Day Adventists is
contest here and three hundred a^ter £et a square deal ’ in the eral weeks ago and during her
t > q. • > , _
has making good progress.
people displayed equal enthusi-
disposing of their absence Miss Lieser has had her been ju for gome ^
j3 m uch Saturday they had an all day’s
asm by their attendance. Strange products.
PuP'ls. Miss dem ent is now improved at this writing,
meeting in the new church and
how times change.
So far only nine bodies have able to give lessons again,
the local pastor was assisted by
The dance in the K. of P.
night only four orators contested, been recovered out of the twenty
Elder Dart, of Portland, and El
Mrs. Chapman spent Thursday
was well attended last
The audience was an enthusias- four victims of the wrecking of night at Herrick Hall.
der I. G. Knight, o f Hillsboro.
tic and appreciative on
but the ship Czarina in Coos Bay.
A t the close of the day’s service
Prof. Chapman has several
Geo. L. Peaslee and wife, of a local church was organized.
there were only sixty three pres-
e . L. Jones and G. D. Arnold
new pupils this semester and is portland were Sunday visitorB
Elder G. W Pettit and w ife
formerly of the Herald, will soon
consequently rather rushed for at the home of J. C. Latta.
now Bpending a few days at
O f course there may be a rea- launch a newspaper, the Oregon time.
home at Mt. Tabor, Port
all these changes. Citizen, at Albany.
The Chorus singers of the Holy
while attending the bi
“ Money makes the mare go” in
A car]oad o f Albany boosters
who was compelled to stop school ^
session of the North Paci
oratory a: ueil as other things. are touring the state advertising
last fall on account of her hear- enthusiasm.
Conference, which con
In the good old days aliove men-
SUperjor advantages o f their
10 and closes on the n-
tioned there was a twenty five cjty
You and your children are safe
reports a large
dollar prize for first place. Now
it iq ten dollars
Roseburg proposes to rid itself will be remembered by her good lf you wear Dr. Low e’s glasses, delegation attending.
iq A chip The orators mav not °* superflous dogs by the shot work in the musical contest last eye safe and price safe. Consult the general laborers from abroad
are Elders G. A. Irvin and I . H .
F 7 T G ro v e m i* h t ral1'
, y and
their worthy predecessors. And profit by doing likewise.
We have two new movements
Evans of Washington, D. C. and
yet our students work up a tre-
Rumor has it that an electrical in the vocal line started, a boys’
N ext Monday and Tuesday, K. C. Russell o f the Atlantic
mendous enthusiasm over our railroad will be built down the glee club and a boys’ double Feb. 14 and 15, Dr. Lowe, the Union Conference.