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FOREST GROVE PRESS, FOREST GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY. MARCH 27, 1913.
District Convention of Rebekahs
Will Attend Church Parliament.
Gave Pleasant Surprise.
About thirty delegates from
The members o f the Homstead-
Delegates from the Rebekah
U^orval ,f)aptie, who learned to skate u'hen playmate of
the Methodist Episcopal church
lodges of Forest Grove, Hillsboro, ers met one evening recently at
J. S. Loynes’ son, at Bathgate, N. 7 ) .
of this city will attend a parlia
Banks, Sholes and Gaston gath the home o f Dr. J. S. Stewart
ment of the Methodist Episcopal
ered in the latter city Saturday and mat ched in a body to the
church to be held in Portland
to participate in the regular dis residence o f Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
March 30, 31 and April 1. A
trict convention. The mayor o f Dean, tendering them a most
number of eminent divines will
Gaston bid the delegates welcome complete surprise. All w e r e
be in attendance and attractive
in a hearty manner, turning over soon comfortably seated in the
and interesting programs have
the key of the city to Mrs. R. M. ] spacious rooms, and instrumental
been prepared for each day’ s
Taylor, president o f the conven music and games were indulged
session. Space forbids giving
tion. An interesting program in until a late hour, when, after
the programs in full, but it will
was heard and the Banks degree tasty refreshments had been
well repay one to attend these
team exemplified the floor work partaken of, the gathering dis
meetings as the addresses which
o f the order in a manner reflect persed to the different homes.
will be delivered are of undoubt
ing great credit and honor to Those present were: Mr. and
their study and industry. Mrs. Mrs. Charles Aydelott, I)r. and
ed worth and merit.
Case, of Hillsboro, was elected Mrs. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Movie Operator Plays Hero.
Chairman, Mrs. Ward, o f Gaston, H. Porter ai d children Gladys
Monday morning the team
vice-chairman and Mrs. Kinton, and Teddy, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
which pulls the Gales Creek
o f Banks, secretary.
Ryals, and daughter Lucile, Mr.
stage decided to get in out of the
and Mrs. A. A. Morley, Mr. and
Joy Riders Through Life.
cold and started at a breakneck
Mrs. R. W. Dean and son Walter,
pace from the postoffice, headed
Hillsboro, Ore. —Marriage li
for the barn. Carl Hoffman, one
censes have been granted to Fred
the proprietors of the Star
W. Woolridge and Zula Thacker,
theatre, saw the break, and as
Joseph E. Cozard and Jessie M.
I the team raced down College
Wells, Arthur Homshuh and Min Reception for Mrs. Sarah Evans.
way, sprang before them swing
nie Muralt, Edward William Sin-
The Women’ s Club and the W.
ing an overcoat about his head,
nott and Adeline Pearl Brinson C. T. U. o f Forest Grove have
'ihe flying garment bewildered
and Frederick T. Johnson and arranged a reception in honor o f j
the racers and they came to a
Minnie B. Stevens.
Mrs. Sarah Evans, State Presi
sudden stop just as they reached
dent of the Oregon Federation of
City Purchases Team.
Pacific avenue. No damage was
Women’s Clubs, which will be
A team o f heavy horses was held in Herrick Hall Saturday af-j
purchased by the city o f Forest ternoon at 2:30. All members of
Starts for Office Early.
Grove yesterday morning from both organizations are urged to
of Newberg, through
Frank Russell, of Gaston, which be present and to bring a friend
a local paper, an
will be used to pull the sprinkler, along. Mrs. Evans will deliver
The fancy skater pictured above mastered the rudiments of the nounces his candidacy for govern
fire apparatus and in street work. an address at the conclusion of
art in his home state o f North Dakota a number of years ago and or, stating that he is urged to
the social hour.
gave many exhibitions, after he had perfected himself in fancy this action by his “ own con
skating, in a rink at Langdon, N. D., owned by J. S. Loynes and science.” Judging from the an-
Speed Bug Suffers Fine.
Schultz Pure Food Market and
Grocery will pay you cash for all
H.*G. Hill, a member of the Nick Moore, o f this city. In addition to his other feats, Baptie | nouncement, the original “ own
produce which you bring in. We Premier Racing Crew, which is does some difficult stunts upon the ice, while perched upon 32 inch conscience” candidate has a big
want your goods. Originators of to appear at the local track this stilts. Mr. Loynes is personally acquainted with Norval Baptie, ger club than Roosevelt ever
“ Cash for Produce” plan.
week, flew around through town j and the publication o f his photograph in last week’s issue o f the weilded laid by for a few of his
Monday afternoon on his racing Press called to mind many pleasant memories o f other days. Jona particular friends.
Sterling in label and in value.
motorcycle at a mille a minute than Baptie, father o f Norval, is at present a resident of Seattle.
Silver for the table or buffet
Press ads bring profit to adver
clip, was arrested by the chief of
rich in design and workmanship;
Amateur Athletes Organize.
Fined For Drinking on Train.
police, taken before the Recorder
the utmost word in quality; the
and assessed five dollars and
For the promotion o f clean
John Anderson, o f Orenco, ap
lowest price possible at Shearer
costs. The fine was remitted sport and the advancement of peared before the Justice court
& Son’s, the Main street jew el
pending good behavior in connec amateur athletics, a number of in Hillsboro Tuesday, charged
ers, Forest Grove.
tion with the speed ordinance.
the young men o f Beaverton with drinking intoxicating liquor
| have organized an association, while a passenger upon an Ore
Mrs. Jack Latta, who has been
quite ill the past two weeks, has
The Forest Grove Oyster House with the following officers; Arch gon Electric train. He plead
recovered sufficiently to be out is now under the management of Chisholm, president; John Corn- guilty and was fined $25. Being
ley, vice-president; Victor Em unable to produce he was sent to
mons, secretary; J. L. Hardy,
treasurer; Lou Wolfe, sargeant-
at-arms. The club starts off
with a membership of twenty-
five and has joined the Pacific
Northwest a s s o c ia tio n . They
have a nicely equipped gymnasi
um, containing a large boxing
arena and floor space occupied by
punching bags, exercises, etc.
Monthly entertainments will be
held at which the best talent
from the Multnomah, Columbus
and Brooklyn amateur clubs will
For the Business and Professional Man,
The Student and Teacher.
Write your letters on a machine and
be sure of a neat, attractive, legible
Now have on hand one No. 2 and one No.
3 Smith Premier at a right price. Call
and look them over—
(¡enera! repairs amt sundries at
will ri<te the Indian
Forest Grove Bicycle Store
AMOS LA 11A IE. Prop.
because it is made superior to emerg
ency, and ten or twenty minutes
interruption won’ t make a failure of
2 5 cents
At your grocer’s
Send us 2c(s
for a Cook Eook
Crescent Manufacturing Company
Tick Tack on the Window.
Have you heard it? Wondered
what it was? Couldn’ t locate it,
most peculiar noise, sounded like
someone clipping glass’ with a
hammer, eh! Next time you go
to the postoffice stop long enough
to examine the udndows of.
Staehr’s Bazaar, and if you look
carefully you will find the tireless
little insect that keeps up such a
continuous tapping to attract
your attention. Incidentally, you
will find one o f the most up-to-
date lines o f stationery, books,
magazines, etc., at the Bazaar.
Just step inside and look around.
Jap-a-Lac is the housewife’ s
friend. Will renovate the oldest
furniture, cover the woodwork,
stain the floors, and can be used
in many other ways. For sale
by Paterson’s Furniture Store,
Year in Jail for Assault.
Alfred Whitlow, who was ar
rested last December for an as
sault with a dangerous weapon
upon II. H. Snow, of Metzger,
appeared before the Circuit court
at Hillsboro Tuesday and was
sentenced to serve one year in
the county jail.
March Milk Supply Increases.
Hillsboro, Ore. F. C. Orth,
field manager for the Pacific
Coast Condensed Milk Company,
with factories here and at Forest
Grove, says that the milk sup
ply for March, this year, is much
better than for the corresponding
period in 1912. It is found that
where people have bought small
tracts o f five and ten acres along!
the railway lines the milk sup-1
ply in those sections has increas
ed largely. Mr. Orth looks for
the largest milk production in
the history o f the county for the
Every Knight Templar in For
est Grove expects to attend the
special conclave o f Oregon Com-
mandery No. 1, to be held in
Portland tonight, at the Masonic
Temple. The orders o f the
Mediterranean Pass and Knights
o f Malta will be conferred in full
ceremonial form upon two candi-
d a t e s . An attractive musical
program o f cathedral character
has been arranged and an exhi
bition drill will be given. The
conclave will close with a ban
Notice to Farmer*.
Crescent Baking Powder
the county jail to serve twelve
PLAN YOUR TRIP THROUGH
THE LAND OF
SUNSHINE AND FLOWERS
Will Attend K. T. Conclave.
G. E. SECOUFI
Forest Grove, Ore.
There is no such thing as “ LUCK”
in baking cakes and pastery if you
use a Baking Powder that is depend
able. Sup|K>se you are called away
from your work o f mixing at a criti
cal moment, it doesn’t matter if you
Get our prices on produce be
fore you sell. We pay the cash.
Poultry and veal wanted. Schultz.
Van Koughnet & Reder drug
gists, can fit a truss properly.
V 1 P
s u n s e t
OGDEN »SHASTA )
R O UTES
W ho Celebrated Hi* Third
Birthday Last Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brown
are justly proud o f their three-
year-old son, who observed his
birthday Saturday with a cele
bration at which a number of
his little friends were present.
The youngsters gathered at the
Brown home in the early after
noon and passed the time with
the games that delight the lit
tle folk. A delightful lunch
was served by Mrs. Brown and
when the small guests finally
departed they were tired but
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