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O regon H isto rical Society
F orest G rove P ress
WASHI NGTON COUNTY' S NEWSPAPER.
A FIREMEN’S MASQUERADE
U n iq u e V a le n tin e D a n ce Enjoy
ed by H a p p y C row d.
FOREST GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY, hEBRUARY 20, 1913.
P rovide fo r C o u n ty P ro secu to r.
R e b e k a h L odge In itiates.
Rebekah Lodge No. 44, of this
city, initiated a number of new
members Wednesday evening,
the degree team putting on the
Hoor work, under the leadership
M. Taylor. District Presi
dent Mrs. Greer, of Hillsboro,
was the guest of the evening.
“ On T o W a sh in g to n o r B u st!”
Slogan o f S u ffra g ist “ A r m y ”
The Hill County Attorney bill,
passed by the House Friday,
abolishes District Attorneys and
substitutes for them County At
torneys. The bill fixes the year
ly salaries for each county, that
for Washington being named as
A SHETLAND PONY PRIZE
O ffe re d fo r B est L ivestock E xhi
bition a t S ta te F air.
Every school boy and girl in
The Indian with his blanket
the state will be delighted to
and the cowboy with his rope,
know that they are going to have
the peaceful Jap aud the foxy
opportunity again this year to
chink with his pipe chuck full
a Shetland pony at the State
of dope, the handsome señorita
The Portland Union Stock
and the dashing Mexican, the
are giving the
little chap from Turkey and the
a nice one.
coon from Bucha land, the fat R o ja l H ig h la n d e rs W elco m e A d - '
old rube from David’s hill, the
dition to C ity Lodges.
the State Fair last year attracted
hobo from afar, and a beauteous
A weddingof interest to Grove anything like the Shetland ponies
fairy princess who dropped down
Loch Fyne Castle 739, of the
people occured in Dilley yester- ] did.
from a star. The chap that Royal Highlanders, was organ
day afternoon at the home of I This pony will be given to the
makes the snowballs, and the ized in this city Saturday even
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. C. Freund, boy or girl who makes the best
pop-corn venders, too, along ing last with a large charter
when their daughter Josiphene exhibit of livestock at the State
with the knights from oaken membership, secured by District
became the bride of Brady Fair next fall. That exhibit
halls across the sea so blue; Deputy B. F. Fry, and composed
Chowning, of this city. The must consist of at least one trio
Mother Goose and Captain Jinks, of the best people of Forest
ceremony was performed before J or pen of chickens or ducks, two
Puss in Boots and Daddy Dinks, Grove. State Manager Gilder-
a large circle of friends and rela- j pigs and a sheep. The boys and
the French soubrette, the Ger sleeve, of Portland, presided at
tives, and after partaking of a j girls who compete for the pony
man lass, and the Yankee girl the installation c e r e m o n i e s .
bountiful wedding dinner and re- J will have an opportunity to com
wiih all her “sass;” they gather The following officers were elect
ceiving the congratulations of | pete for several other valuable
ed here from everywhere to at ed.
everyone present, the h a p p y ' prizes also. In the poultry con
tend the firemen’s masquerade.
P. I. P., Marion Taylor; I. P.,
pair left for a short wedding j test there will he good prizes for
One of the most successful Garfield Gilmore; C. C., Harvey
the winning trio of each breed;
from every standpoint was the [‘‘Jackson; W. E., Hazel Stockman;
M. Garrison offers$5.00 to the
masquerade dance given last Secretary-T r e a s u r e r, R. E.
or girl making the largest
Friday night by the Volunteer Loomis; Guide, Lloyd Thomas;
best exhibit of poultry; the
Fire department of Forest Grove. C. of A., Edith Mocroft; C. of
Poultry Association gives a
Knights of Pythias hall was S., Grace Tucker; W a r d e r ,
for the best pen of birds
packed to the doors with friends George Jackson; Sentry, Claude
and four females);
of the firemen and at times it H. El ford; M a n a g e r s , Wm.
also gives a fine
performance of her duties; the
was difficult for the dancers to Tucker, Henry Sackrider and P hotos copyright, 1913, by A m erican P ress Association.
swing through the crowd. Many Walter 0. Gardner; Physical Ex
H EY ’R E tram p in g on. T h e ir slogan Is “W ashington or b u st," with groom is one of Forest Grove’s
air gun to
very little ch ance of busting. Who? Why ask? “G e n e ra r’ Rosalie most popular tonsorial artists.
original and unique costumeswere aminer, Herman Kauffman, M.
Jo n es and h er “arm y ,” of course. Leaving New York on Feb 12—a The couple will make their home the child raising the most poultry
worn by the merrimakers and a D.
good day, by th e w ay, because It Is Lincoln’s b irth d ay —th e suffragists
by June 1st; and the Northwest
number of handsome creations
The Royal Highlanders is con ro w ed th e y ’d ‘‘cross the D elaw are” a la W ashington and reach the national in this city.
Journal gives a years’
were displayed by the ladies sidered one of the strongest fra cap ital In good season for the In augural curtain raiser of M arch 3. T he Ulus-
traU ons show "G en eral" Jones, w ith her "votes for w om en” stan d ard aud bet
to every pri zewinner
among the spectators.
ternal insurance organizations in “ a rm y ,” In tb e lr m arching pilgrim uniform s
In order that all might par the United States, and has ac
A farme • of the Gales Creek
shows the best
ticipate in the fun and frolic of complished wonders in the seven W a tc h B erry M a rk e t Is A dvice. N ew C ourse fo r H o p G ro w ers. neighborhood came into town
cash pri ze
the evening the order to unmask teen years of its existence. At
last week and bitched his team
was given about eleven o’clock, the next meeting Tuesday even
in the rear of a Main street store.
and after that time everyone ing it is expected a class of
going on to Hillsboro by train.
danced to their hearts content, twenty candidates will be in al College, addressed the Orenco of the growing interest through The team remained all day and and exhibiting two pigs and f ur
and a general good time was en itiated. The state manager will Horticultural Study Club Friday out the state in improved meth night where they had been tied, nishing an account of same, show
evening on “ Horticulture for the ods of handling both the hop finally being found bv Chief of ing cost, profit, etc., will receive
again be present.
Small Acreage Tract With Special plant and the soils on hop fields, Police Burnworth and placed in a liberal prize which we will tell
The following were the success
Reference to Berry-Growing.’’ will be given at the Oregon Agri McNamer.s barn. A warrant j you all about in another story,
E n te rta in e d E. O. W . C lub.
ful contestants for the prizes
Professor Lewis said:
and in the prize list which will
cultural College next year. It
offered in the various classes.
The home of Mrs. E. E. Willi “ Watch the market and govern was hoped to begin the work dur was sworn out for the owner, soon be published. The total
who was found in Cornelius,
For best waltzing couple, W. ams was prettily decorated Satur
F. Bryan and Mrs. J. G. Lenne- day evening in a manner sym the supply by the demand. This ing this short course, out because taken before Judge Smith at value of prizes offered the child
can be done to better advantage of the heavy burden of the large
ren at the state fair this year
bolical of St. Valentine, the occa by co-operation. Lower grades number of lecture courses in ag Hillsboro, and fined one hundred [ will be over $3,000.
dollars. The charge was cruelty i
Best dressed gentleman: Clar sion being the entertainment of
should be sold to the canneries ronomy, it was decided to wait
ence Lenneville, first prize. Carl the E. O. W. club. A delight
T ig a rd W an t* M ail D elivery.
or used for by products. On another year.
ful seven o’clock dinner was small tracts of five or ten acres,
Citizens of Tigard, on the Ore
Assistance to hop growers will
E x-C hief S u ed fo r D ivorce.
Best dressed lady; Mrs. W. served, after which the guests
plant diversified products. On be given in the coming season
Electric line, held a mass
Pollock, first prize. Miss Bertha indulged in Five-hundred. Mrs.
W. W. Doores, former chief j
certain years there might be a through co-operative work in cul
this week to discuss the
of police of Forest Grove, has
W. B. Haines and Dr. C. E. failure in one line, but by hand
taking up with the
tivation and fertilization of the been made defendant in a suit
Most comic dressed gentleman: Walker were successful in secur
ling several you ought to have a crop and in the proper handling
Dr. W. M. Pollock, first, W. B. ing first prizes, the consolations
for divorce brought by his
of the vines.
wife. Ada M. Doores, upon the
going to Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Most comic dressed lady: Mrs. Thornburg. Special prizes were
grounds of cruel and inhuman
N ew C a rp e n te r S hop.
Clyde Shaw, first; Mrs. J. Fen awarded to Mrs. W. W. McEl-
treatment. The complaint al
C. P. Kelsey is remodeling the
of the mail comes from Beaver
leges that on the night of Feb
downey and Dr. Chas. Hines.
building on First avenue near
Mrs. Chas. Roe, Mrs. J. T.
was winner of the first prize in ruary 9 Doores knocked her [ ton, and the people of Tigard feel
the Oregon Electric tracks, pre
the bread-baking contest held re down with his fist and forced | that their postoffice is no good to
Buxton. J. A. Abbott and Ed. In d ian W a r V e te ran * Pension.
paratory to installing equipment
them unless a mail delivery is es
Wirtz acted as judges.
W ashington.-Due in part to for a modern wood working cently by the Washington County her to leave their home in her j tablished.
a memorial from the Oregon leg plant. Mr. Kelsey formerly had Pomona Grange, at Tigard. Mrs. ! night clothes and barefooted.
Mail that should be delivered
C o u u ty S alary Bill P assed.
islature, urging a higher allow his shop in the old laundry build G. L. Sparks won second prize The couple were married at Mar- through the Tigard office comes
The bill introduced by request ance, the congressional confer ing, increasing business neces and Mrs. Rosa Tigard, Mrs. | qum, Ore., November 5, 1893, from Beaverton route No. 1,
of Governor West, fixing the ence committee on the Indian sitating the move to larger Wood’s daughter, won the third and came to this city several thereby causing a delay of nearly
prize. The entire county was years ago. They have one son,
salaries of county officials, the fighters’ pension bill has agreed quarters.
represented by sample loaves. , 18 years old.
assessed valuation, area and pop to recommend that their rate of
ulation being the basis, was pass pension be raised from $12.50 to Mrs. W. E. Prickect and son The judges'were Mrs. Orla Bux
Pa**ed B ar E x am in atio n s.
E n d ea v o r C onvention Succe**.
ed by the House Friday. The $20 per month. Thirty dollars of Bea/erton, were visiting ton, Mrs Florence Dickinson and
Prof. W. G. Harrington, of
The second S e m i - A n n u a l
i Mrs. Walker.
bill divides the counties of the was originally aimed at by the ' friends in this city Sunday.
County Convention of the W. C. ,
state into six classes. Washing bill, but the compromise figure
state bar examination
C. E. U. was held in Hillsboro
ton county is placed in the fourth is considered liberal. The largest
is now entitled to
Saturday and Sunday, with a
class with salaries designated as number of these veterans live in ;
good attendance both days.
follows: Sheriff $1700; Clerk, Oregon.
where the ex
Many of the Christian Endeav-
$1500; Assessor, $1500; School
orers from this city were pre
School H ost to P arent*.
Superintendent, $1400; Treas
sent. together with large delega
urer, $1000; Judge, $1200; County
Tualatin, O r.—At the invita
tions from other sections of the
Commissioners, $3.50 a day.
tion of the Board of Directors of
county. Interesting talks were
the Tualatin public school, the
given by local and foreign speak
M illinery E stab lish m e n t Sold.
relatives and friends of the stu
ers upon subjects of import to M cM innville W in s T w o G a m e s.
Mrs. Bertha Littlehales has dents attended a meeting in the
McMinnville, Ore.- In a double
sold her millinery establishment school rooms Friday afternoon.
header played here Friday night
to Miss Effa Brown, of Dallas, The purpose being to bring the
Do you attach much importance between the first and second
who took possession the first of parents in touch with the activi-
to a business letter written on teams of Pacific University and
the week. Mrs. Littlehales will ties of the students. County
poor stationery as you do to one McMinnville College, McMinn
busy herself in the future super- Superintendent B. W. Barnes, of
written on a distinctive and “ clas ville won both games. The first
intending the care of the farm. Hillsboro, addressed the guests,
sy” letter head even if the sub team scores were 14 to 11 and
which is just on the edge of the Rev. Mr. Blake and Principal H.
ject matter of one letter was of the second team 20 to 9.
T. Evans also spoke.
much importance as that of the
other? Good printing “ makes”
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McAlear
George Stickney, of Carlton,
Conductor Johnson has taken
many a proposition that poor and little son of Hillsboro, visited
Frier d* *nd Neighbor** *t Ce’ebrstion of WiKjden Wedding Anni
Oregon, was visiting in the Grqve Conductor Miller’s place on the
printing would wreck!
with Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Nor
versary of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sears, of Thatcher.
Sunday with his brother-in-law. Oregon Electric, Mr. Miller hav-
in this city, last Sunday.
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