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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1910)
F orest G rove P ress
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FOREST GROVE. OREGON, THURSDAY. MAY 26, 1910
Library to be Open Sun-
UNITED RAILWAY TO
BRICK AND TILE FAC- Over $500 Raised for
Womans Club Close
TORY MAY BE CON-
Ci'y street Sprinkling
Most Successful Year days During The Summer BUILD FROM THIS
Annual Business Meeting Held Monday-
CITY TO TILLA
STRUCTED IN THIS
New Officers Elected—Resume of
Work of Organization Shows
Much Benefit to the City
A report from the chairman of
The work o f the Woman’s
the library committee o f the
Cltb, appertaining to the sprink
Woman’s Club o f this City, Mrs.
ling o f the City streets during
Gerald Volk, submitted at the
July, August and September, is
Monday meeting, was o f such an
meeting with most deserved suc
T he P ress is in possession o f
A party who was here a short cess. $550 had been subscribed
encouraging nature that it was
information that the
time ago looking into the matter toward this project at last report,
decided to keep the library open
of clay for manufacturing pur and there is not the slightest
Sunday throughout the summer
poses, investigated the supply doubt but what the club will see
months. This reading room is
that is available in this neighbor its ambition realized.
rapidly becoming a most popular
as soon as
hood, the high quality and com
If there are any in this City o f
comjng year: Miss Myers, resting place, not only with the the arrangements can be com
mercial value o f which is well
beautiful residences and shady president; Miss Farnham, vice- residents of Forest Grove, but pleted for the proper handling
known through-out the entire
streets who have not yet contri president; Mrs. P. J. Kinzer, with the many tourists who visit o f the large construction force
northwest. He was so favorably
buted toward this proposition, corr- secretary; Mrs. Ed Seymore the City.
which will be employed.
impressed with the opportunity,
now is the time to get busy and treasurer; Mrs. Burlingham and
Judge W. H. Hollis o f this City
that he tood up the matter with
The members of the James B.
hand over a few ducats toward Mrs. Chas. Hines, executive
spent the past two weeks in
his firm in Portland who are
its consumation. Everyone will board. Mesdames J. Thornburg Mathews Post No. 6, visited the Tillamook County as the special
laige manufacturers o f
benefit and everyone should join and Chas Hines were chosen as public schools of this city Wed- representative o f this road in
proofing, with the result that he
the procession o f cheerful sup delegates to attend the State nerday. Commander Beech made securing right-of-way and has
has written here for further data
a short address to the scholars.
Convention o f Woman’ s Club,
closed practically the entire line,
and states as soon as he can hear
which will be held in The Dalles
and is now engaged on the same
in regard to it, an expert will be
during next fall.
proposition along Gales Creek.
sent out to look over the field and
It is known positively that the
if satisfactory his company wish
will build through Cedar
to put in a large plant at once
and that the line build
that will handle about 25,000
Tillamook will be a con-
brick or 15,000, 4 inch tile per Team from This City Wins Unanimous De
o f the United and not
cision in Spirited Contest—Credit due
Electric as was by
thanks to all officers, committees
Decorate Graves Monday A.M.
The best assurance that a fact
Dr. Gardner for Constant and
and the members as a whole, for
Speeches in Afternoon
ory will be built is the fact, that,
Persistent Efforts Made
While the railroad officials
the hearty and willing co-opera
in addition to the almost ideal
have been very reticent in re
tion given during the year just
J. B. Mathews Post No. 6 and
conditions for such a plant, which
The first county championship broUght to a close, which has
gard to giving out any informa
W. R. C., with the citizens will
exists here, the company in debate to be held between
me been one 0f decided success, in
tion whatever, the work o f sur
question has already sold its en- high schoois 0f the county oc- the 8everai projects undertaken, observe Memorial Day with ap veying and making the final
tne out-put for one year and are cured ¡n Hillsboro Friday even-
The Woman’ s Club has met propriate exercises and on Mem- location has been rushed to com
holding up another proposition to ing when the team from the high w.th unusual success jn jt>8 morial Sunday the usual Union
pletion and has now reached a
services will be held at the
see if satisfactory arrangements school of this City met the Hills- ! effort3 toward the up-building
point where their plans must be
can be made m Forest Grove.
team debating on the affirm- and betterment of the city, and Christian church 11:00 a. m. come public and the actual con
The program arranged for the
The company that has the pro- ative o f the question, “ Should that it’s work has met with
struction will begin within the
two days is as follows:
ject under consideration have the United States establish a hearty approval, is a foregone
next sixty days.
Sunday May 29th Grand Army
almost unlimited means back of system o f postal savings banks” conc]uSion. The club has been
The route finally chosen is
them and w’hile the first plant ar.d winning an unanimous de- instrumental in having the public assemble at the Hall at 10:30 a. known as the Wilson River route
would be a large and substantial cision from the judges.
library kept open on Sunday. It m. March in body to Christian going from this City up Gales
one it would only mean the nu-
The personel o f the Forest has worked for a cleaner city in
Creek and then to Wilson River
cleus for what, in a few years | Grove team were; Constance every respect and with great Hymn
and on to Tillamook.
Rev. D. T. Thomas
time, would no doubt grow into Gerger, Paul Griffith and Elsie success, and its last and greatest Invocation
The route chosen is much
one o f the largest industries o f Busse; Hillsboro, Zenas Olson, effort—that of securing
easier in the matter of grade,
College Male Quartette
it’ s kind in the north-west.
Lura Tamiesie and Kingsley sprinkling o f the city streets
nature o f the ground and every
The capitol,which would be in- Lytle. The judges were: Prof, during the hot months, is rapidly
that enters into
Rev. W. C. Stewart
vested and the labor employed Baker, Forest Grove; Rev. Hugh- reaching a point where definite
would mean much to the future es, Hillsboro: and Principal Pri- action can soon be taken.
Sleep Peacefully Sleep the P. R. & N., and this fact
o f our City and should be given deaux o f Portland,
makes it certain that Hill will be
Forest Grove can point with
every help and encouragement
The debate was such as to be pride to the actions of it’s
Miss Elizabeth St Martin a close second in the race against
from our citizens that is possible 0f great credit to our high woman-folk, as embodied in the
E. V. Stivers Harriman to Tillamook with a
to be given.
schools; the membeis o f each work o f the Woman’s Club, and Hymn
Congregation strong probability o f being the
team without exception did well every citizen should give this or- Benediction Rev. D. T. Thomas winner.
and produced a good line o f ar ganization enthusiastic and lib-
Monday May 30th, all frater
gument which was presented in eral support.
nal orders are invited to as
a convincing and careful manner.
semble at Hall at 9:30 a. m. with
} Each side was well supported by
the G. A. R. and W. R. C. and
a large number o f loyal friends
march to cemetery where the
Sunday ar)d enthusiasm ran high through-
S. A. Walker, R. M. Taylor
Saturday afternoon while Mrs. graves will be decorated, after
morning at 9:00 o ’clock Mass will ouj the entire debate. At the
and H. H. Porter who were del
be celebrated in St. Anthony’s close o f the debate the Hillsboro Wheeler, who recently arrived which they will gather at the egates to the I. O. O. F. conven
Chapel car which will reach For- gehool served refreshments and from Battle Ground, Wash., for a Monument o f the Unknown tion and Mesdames John Temple
est Grove Saturday morning. a very pleasant social time was visit with her brother, G. L. Dead” and hold ritual services. ton and R. C. Hill, who were
Landess, of Gales Creek, and
At 2:00 p. m. the following
Singing at this mass meeting enjoyed.
delegates to the Rebekahs, re
will be given:
will be by Mr. George Hennessy
Thig marks the beginning of
turned Saturday from Eugene
o f Mr. Landess, were driving Singing
a gifted singer who interprets what may be made o f inestimable
where the conventions were held
his music with much power and value to the schools and scholars home, their horse became fright
last week. They report a suc
feeling. Week days mass will o f our county, and in organizing ened at a steam roller near town Song
cessful meeting and a most en-
and ran away.
be at 8:30 in the morning.
the plan for such a debate and
School Children W * 1 '* u"Je;
The occupants were thrown Exercises
Lectures will be given in the seeing it’s successful completion,
S. A. Walker was honored by
E. W. Haines
skating rink every evening dur Dr. Gardner has not only confer- from the buggy severely injuring Address
the appointment o f district depu-
by School Children
ing the week at 8:00 o ’clock and ed a lasting favor upon the high Mrs. Wheeler.
b , Audience V for the
Dr. Tucker was called and
will be conducted by Rev. H. J. schools
o f the county but has in-
McDevitt, D. D., ^ho is chaplain creased his fame and added to brought her in an automobile to
Automobiles and carriages will
o f the car.
Father McDevitt the reputation he has won for this City where she secured med-
be provided for the members of
Miss Jessie Greer and Mrs. J.
needs no instruction. The gift himself as being one o f the most ical attention,
the G. A. R. and W. R. C., who L. Van Kirk treated their Sun
o f his eloquence is famous and 8UCCessful modern, and yet far
The injuries, while painful,
are unable to walk to the day school classes o f the M. E.
everyone will be pleased with his seeing, instructors o f the state, were not so serious as was at
Sunday School to an outing by
The wen won success o f the fi™t feared and speedy recovery
Every citizen is cordially in taking them to Portland and
The chapel-car is a gift o f Mr. team, added to the excellent pro- >* hoped tor.
vited to be present and it is not spending the day at the City
Ambrose Petrie, in loving mem- gress and development o f the
Wm Ringles is seriously ill at only a privilege but a duty to do park. They were accompanied
ory o f his parents and is the only schools along every line during
so as far as possible.
his home in this City.
by several o f the mothers, who
Catholic chapel car in the world, the past year, which has been
in looking after the
Dutch Ledford is in this City
Everyone without regard to be- one o f unparalled success, is the
lief or creed is invited to attend highest tribute that the superin- from Wilson river, where he has
was one o f keen en
on the Uuited is visiting with friends in the
both the services in the car as tendent and teachers o f our pub-
the entire party.
well as the lectures in the hall.
lie schools could have.
Will Keep Green Memory
of Departed Comrades
Forest Grove High School
Defeats Hillsboro in Debate
St Anthony's Chapel Car
Will Arrive on Saturday
Injured in Runaway
S. A. Walker Appointed
District Deputy 1.0 .0 . F.
An Outing in Portland
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