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FO REST G R O V E , O R EG O N. T H U R S D A Y , N O V . 17, 1910
Official Returns from
Parents’ and i eacners’ Meeting
Thing« to Forget
Council Adjusts Light Rate
,, first meeting of the year M y°>* •*« » t»ll fellow «head of a crowd,
A t a special session of the City
, the tarents’
-- j A leader of men inarching fearless and proud.
Council, held Monday night, a
Below we give the total vote Building Fiiltnc
And you know of a tale whose mere tell.ng aloud resolution Was adopted making a
cast for each candidate, both ---- 1 K . ..llla> Bight. A dis- w ould cause his proud head to in anguish be bowed, flat rate o f twenty-five CentS for
The second meeting o f the
state and county, at the recent cussion, ' What, and to What
Its a pretty good plan to forget it.
each light o f eight candle power year o f the Woman’s Club o f
election. Lack o f space prohib
If you know of a skeleton hidden away
] Of leSS. Used b y the business Forest Grove was held Monday
its tabulating the vote by pre *ed by Mrs. S. Carlyle, created In a closet, and guarded, and kept from the day houses o f the city to illuminate afternoon at the residence o f
considerable interest. The ben-
In the dark; and whose showing, whose sudden i windows.
The action WaS taken Mrs. Shannon, with practically a
efits derived from t h e recent
r e p r e s e n t a t i v e in c o n g r e s s
full membership present.
j after considerable discussion-
W. P. Elmore,
387 some extent Ua\ r lb<A iscu^ ed t o , w°u,d cause grief and sorrow .nd life long dumay, The
The library committee reported
W. C. Hawley,
advise the total number o f visitors at
C. W. Sherman, L *S oc.
the Independent Electric Comp the public library, during the
LUl m a n n e r .
] If you know anything that will darken the joy
R. G. Smith,
any, the concern which recently Sunday o f Sept. 25 and those of
A business session was held i ^ * man or a woman*a «hi or a boy,
purchased the Haines plant, to October as 203.
The civic committee received
• * * the
* * city
. « > limits
“ *° $25.15 from the recently disband
A. E. Eaton,
] consumers within
0 . M. Garnder
It's a pretty good plan to forget it.— El*.
W. S. Richards, Soc.
The council has no objection to ed Civic Improvement Society.
An educational committee was
| this company furnishing power
Mrs. Chas. Hines
Teachers’ Association Meet | for the operation o f motors, but appointed as follows: Mrs. A t
SECRETARY OF STATE
F. W. Benson,
2268 A program committee, consisting]
objects to their entering into well for Lincoln School; Mrs.
„ Alexander, Central School; Mrs.
N. A. Davis,
357 C oii’fn,] a “ r , , Hr'ir nd " « " * • A s S « „ r L Ct T t t,r
" * « i„.tin
p .r e n„erant
titio n in
and A. G. Huffman, were “ ,sot
at t h e Hi^h '■ « ili„m
E. W. Haines, High School.
School Building in Forest Grove,
An excellent report from the
the city has gone to some ex
Meetings will be held the first Saturday, Nov. 12.
pense in providing an adequate recent State Federation was given
Friday evening of each month] The meeting was called to or- plant.
by Mrs. Hines, and her hearers
and every one is urged to attend ^er by Vice Piesident Anna Tay-
The matter will probably be were inspired by much o f the
Thomas B. Kay,
and participate in the discussions
amicably adjusted at an early convention spirit. Health and
Chas. H. Otten,
432 and business matters o f t h e ]
Music was furnished by the date, to the satisfaction o f all Education, embracing the public
JUSTICE SUP. COURT 4 YR. TERM Club.
Association, when B. W. Barnes
drinking cup, contagious and in
Henry J. Bean,
took the chair and called for the
fectious diseases, open air schools
C. J. Bright,
minutes of the last meeting which
for invalids, cripples and the tu
Miss Bishop Entertains
Thomas A. McBride, Rep. 2298
were read and approved. 0. M.
bercular, and art in the public
J. D. Myers,
Last Friday evening, M i s s ] Gardner then took up the subject
The Eastern Star Chapter had schools, were the main topics o f
R R. Ryan,
263 Helen Bishop entertained inform-
bow to study and showed bad
Woodson T. Slater, Dem.
1059 ally in honor of Miss El via Me- habits of study and suggested a social meeting Monday night discussion. The latter two talks
for the new members o f the were given by Miss Ida Hood
JUSTICE SUP. COURT 6 YR. TERM
Coy o f Portland and Miss Chaim- s?me * le™en.t8 o f true study as
About one hundred mem Clark and Mrs. Weister, both
George H. Burnett, R
2249 ers. The evening was delight- Klven by McMurray. Miss Anna
guests were present anc having studied their subjects at
T. J. Jones, S
381 fully spent in playing games! Taylor followed with a very help-
Will R. King, D
1457 chief of which were Passing a ™I and suggestive discussion on the evening was a very enjoyable home and abroad. Mrs. Clark
Frank A. Moore, R
2099 Smile, Jerusalem and Jericho,and *?ow to obtain the best results one. A delightful program was said that with our climate we
rendered, some o f the pleasing have an ideal location for such
B. F. Ramp, S
309 Charades. A fter delicious r e- froAm wntten composition,
being a piano solo by S, open air schools,' and she may
freshments the guests were fur-
A t noon a delicious luncheon,
come here to lecture to us. Mrs.
C. C. Brix, S
524 ther entertained by pleasing so- PrePared and served by the Do- G. Hughes, a clever reading by
Weister dwelt at length on thè
A. M. Crawford, R
2916 los from .\iisses Thomas, Bishop, rnest'c Science class ot the
ror- j^rs Wilbur McEldowney which valuable influence o f good pic
SUPER. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION and English.
est Groves Schools was ’ 1,artaK" is ever a treat. Dr. Robert Nix- tures in the home and school,
L. R. Alderman, R
Those present were:—Misses en
by the teachers. Many j on gave “ Mornin’ S y” in a man and spoke very highly o f the re
Geo. A. Hinsdale, S
284 McCoy, Helen Chalmers, Lowell, complimentary remarks w e r e
ner which eliminated all other cent art exhibit, here. She, too,
J. B. Horner, D
910 Gaylord, Blucher, Shute, Ruth heard as to the menu and method
sighs; Miss Manche Langley re- may come here with her talk and
Robert R. Steel, P
385 Thomas, Clara Chalmers, Bold- o f serving.
i cited a base ball ditty which pictures.
A fter dinner the meeting was
rick, English, Shaw, House, and
Music and an interesting paper
pleased the fans especially; C.O.
Geo. Bylander, S
289 and Esther Chalmers; Messrs, called to order by President V .V
Roe gave a piano solo and E. W. on civic work by Mrs. Williams,
Willis S. Dunniway, R
2384 Markee, Donaldson, Silverman, | Ji]1 19 antl G. B. Heibel favored Haines gave a short talk on the who ably lead a general discus
James E. Godfrey, D
1011 House, Holman Ferrin, Living- *-he Association with a double Order o f the Eastern Star and sion on “ The Needs oi Our C ity” ,
COM. LAB. STA., INSP. FAC. ETC, ston, Austin, Dick Abraham, number on the cello, ih e sub- Masonry. Oysters were served and valuable suggestions in re
S. L. Curry, S
340 Burlinghain, and Bishop.
Ject o f Geography was handled and all present report a splendid gard to garbage, waste paper,
in a very helpful manner by W. | evening.
O. P. Hoff, R
leaves, well kept lawns, roses,
E. Thomas of Cornelius, after
D. L. Houston, D
etc., by Mrs. Seymour, who also
Dies Suddenly in Portland
which a short recess was d clar
suggested that rose growers,
ed in order to give the vice-pres- Congregational Choir Organized when trimming their roses, start
Hugh McLain, D
Mrs. Carl Leipold, who
Frank J. Miller. R
2276 formerly Miss Bird Sappington, ' Frits an opportunity to get t heir
The Congregational choir met slips to give away, and thus en
home o f Miss Goldie Pet courage rose culture, followed.
and well known in
ii this city, died committees together for further at
John Koob, S
544 at her home in Portland Tuesday
The Civics Committee were in
„ „/• ur v t v
erson Saturday night for th«
John H. Lewis, R
2817 n i p u i m u w u . a i . u « k ...... i he invitation o. W E. 1 horn- pm.poBe 0f organizing. A fte r i structed to buy waste paper cans.
DIV. SUP. WATER DIVISION NO. 1 illness. Mrs. Leipold i s
Miss Shannon delighted the
t h e as.t0 me,‘ in ?nf. mont^ at
?r' short business meeting the re-
James T. Chinnock, R
2760 daughter of E. B Sappington, " ellU8 was gladly accepted
by mainder o f the evemng was memliers by a vocal solo, which
JUDGES CIR. C O U R T 5th JUD. DIS. and leaves a husband and little the association. I he need o f a spent in playing games. The was followed by valuable current
0]d and county organ for the association
J. U. Campbell, R
following officers were chosen: events by Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Volk
seemed necessary and a unana-
2452 many friends who will be sadden
J. A. Eakin, R
Mr. Harry Underhill, Pres.; Miss and Mrs. Hughes. Delicious light
mous re oiution was passed m ak
Anna Taylor, Vice-Pres.; Miss refreshments were served at the
ed by her untimely death.
ing the F o r e s t G r o v e P r e s s the
John A. Chapman, R
- , I ...
, , Maude English,Sec. ;Miss Blanche close o f the meeting and a so
Funeral Services were held
1820 at t h e Christian Church this organ o f the Washington County j Harl)isoili Treas. . Mr Nourae an(, cial hour followed.
W H. Hollis, R
1753 afternoon, Rev. E. V. Stiversde- Teachers’
Chas. F. Tigard, R
1 ‘¡¡M iss Grace Thomas, Librarians;
weM attended and Mrs> E E W il|iamS( Chorister
Ferd Groner, I
Friday afternoon Mrs. Geo. G,
. View ceme much in ores was manifested, Mr
Mr. Howard Taylor, Sergent-at- Paterson entertained the ladies •
Antone Hermens, I
Wm. Schulmerich, I
o f the Home Missionary Society
W. 0. Hocken, P
and several guests at tea. A
Woodmen Install Lodge
, . ... .
business meeting o f the organi
Pacific Defeats Mt. Angel
Artisans on the Job
J. W. Goodin, R
zation was held at which matters
Thursday evening, a t Gales
By a score o f 31 to 0 the Pacific o f moment were discussed and
The members o f Diamond As City, a camp o f t h e Modern
J. W. Sewell, I
sembly once more enjoyed a good Woodmen of America was open eleven decisively defeated the the social hour which followed
552 tjme Tuesday night. A large ed with a charter membership o f Mt. Angel aggregation o f football was most pleasant to all.
William Goodman, P
on the local field Satur-
Geo. G. Hancock, R
2971 number gathered in the K. of P. twenty-two. T h e installation. warriors
H. G. King and family have
hall, and after the segular session ceremonies were conducted by May afternoon. This was the last
eft for Lodi, Calif., tospend the
J. W. Bailey, R
2^51 (during which three candidates members of the order from this * a™
were initiated into the order) had city. A iter the routine business 9!1
A. C. Alexander, P
home grounds and the P. winter.
RECORDER OF COVEYANCES
f^gn concluded, an attractive and had been concluded an excellent p men went into it determined
C. M. Adkins o f Gales Creek
440 interesting literary and musical supper was served.and a decided-
J. F. Kerr, P
w,n* Consistent and steady was a business visitor in the
1996 program was rendered. Candies ly pleasant time was enjoyed.
E. L. Perkins, R
team wo<* wafl
The officers and members of ,:n(* greatly hefiied the fioys to
1115 and nuts were passed around.and
C. W. Thrapp, I
Alex Baxter came down from
Ihe Pacific eleven goes
the balance o f the evening pass- t^e j eg ree team who assisted at victory.
c o u nty treasurer
Tuesday to attend to busi
John Boyd, P
efl in story telling and games.
the opening were, L. J. Corl, O.
in the Grove.
Master Artisan Jew ell, of Oak- c Corl, J. G. Lenneville, Sam’ l
W. M. Jackson. R
Hoffman & Allen contemplate
„ land, Calif-, was present, and yfarshall. H. H. Porter. R. A. iators, a n d a hotly contested
the installation o f a gasolene
295o gaVe a brief talk, in which he Phelps. O. C. Scofield H.G.King. game is looked for.
A. A. Morrill, R
lighting plant in their Main street
told of the pastimes indulged in j ohn wilhelmson. J. A. Broder-
3004 by the Oakland Assembly, and ;ck and A] v^xton. All necess
E. C. Brown, R
W. H. Butler and B. P. Dam- store.
of the great strides the order is ary j>ara;)hernalia w a s taken mon vrere Gaston visitors Tues
Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins,recently
1625 ma|(jng in the Golden state.
D. B. Burkhalter, I
along to insure the smooth and day.
o f South Dakota, have rented the
satisfactory working o f the initi
John Nyberg, R
cottage o f Mrs. Aldrich, in the
A. J. Killen was talking polit North part o f town.
The first quarterly conference
The Revival at the Christian atory ceremonies, and the camp
o f the Methodist Episcopal Churh Chure' increases in p o w e r night- was established without a hitch. ics with local enthusiasts Wed
Miss Clara Knight is on the
was held in the League room of |y. » . have reapo MedI to the
desk at the Hoffman and Allen
the new edifice Tuesday evening. Gospel invitation up to this even*
Store during the absence o f Miss
afternoon at three o ’clock with
Mrs. C. J. Clark and daughter, Reba Hoffman who is visiting
& w i t h District Superintendent ¡ng. E v a n g H is ^ io te tt ha* •
grasp on the Bible that is aston
friends in Portland.
Moore in attendance.
ishing. He repeats chapter after business meeting with reports ¡n the Grove Wednesday,
A t the Congregational church /•banter f r o m memory. The from
officers and superintendents
Mrs. C. S. I^ifferty.
r o f _ Gales
Sunday morning Rev. Thomas rtiwds ire increa-imr at every of departments. Mrs. Penfield
The engine at the Electric Creek, who has been visiting for
will preach. In the evening a ^prvice and many a”e thi king of will give a talk on Parlimentary plant rah hot Tuesday evening, a few weeks with her daughter,
lecture will be given by Prof. fit
th* jtan/l for righteous- Law. of which she is Superinten- and the lights were not turned Mrs. Eula Shearer, o f this city,
on until seven o ’ clock.
returned home Friday.
B tes upon Church Architecture, Ul ,ng the starui tor ngnus
illustrated with lantern slides.
Womans Club Endorses
Art Exhibits for Schools