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WASHI NGTON C O U N T Y ’S NEWSPAPER.
FOREST GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY. JUNE 12, I 9 l i
WOMAN’S CLUB WILL
COUNTY FAIR AT
LOCAL MASONS HELP
GROWING MILL COMPANY W. C T. U. ELECTS
INJUNCTION SUIT IS
BUILD A HOME LOCAL TRAINING PARK
DISMISSED BY COURT
Officers EUected; Future Prospect
The regular meeting of the W.
T. U. was held at the Method
Company Takes new
church parlors, June 6. Aft
er general exercises, the presi
The Forest Grove Planing dent, Mrs.' Wm. Kerr, read a
Company was incorporated June short paper on the “ Heavenly
2. with a capitalization of Vision,” speaking first of the
$20,000, $12,000 of which has vision of Joan of Arc, then the
been paid in. Tuesday night knightly women of a later day
officers were elected for the new who are leading armies to moral
corporation as follows: President, victories under the spotless ban
J. S. Loynes; vice-president, ner of white, Francis Willard,
Enoch Moore; secretary-treasurer Lady Henry Somerset, Lillian M.
C. Kelsey. L. M. Graham is Stevens, Anna Gordon and Jen
also a member of the firm. nie Casidy, whose mission works
Harry Underhill who has been we commorate today, closing
associated with the company with the thought that though we
may not all lead to world heights
for some time had retired.
fame, we can all be true to
The Forest Grove Planing
heavenly vision and listen to
Mill was founded four years ago
by Messrs Loynes & Moore, and the promptings of duty and ac
has enjoyed a prosperous busi tion.
After these opening exercises
ness from the first. The com
pany is engaged in general con were over the business of election
tracting and building, mill work* of officers was proceeded with
and lumber furnishing.
The and the results as follows: Mrs.
company’s plant is fully equipped Wm. Kerr, president: Mrs. Car
to turn out all classes of finished lyle, vice-president; Mrs. Morg
material for building in this city an, secretary; Mrs. Bishop, treas
and vicinity, the company should urer; Mrs. Reynolds, correspond
ing secretary; Miss J. Walker,
continue to prosper.
M. N. Lewis, of Beaverton, flower mission; Miss Armstrong,
has purchased an interest in superintendent of lite r a tu r e ;
the Forest Grove Monumental Mrs. Morgan, superintendent of
Company, and will act as travel narcotics; Mrs. Reynolds, super
ing representative. Mr. Lewis intendent of mothers’ meetings;
has been a traveling man for Mrs. Wm. Kerr, superintendent
the past thirty years. His home of press. Several spoke on the
is at Beaverton, and for the year’s work as being one of the
present his family will remain most pleasant of their experi
there, but later they will move ence. Mrs. Kerr thanked the
to Forest Grove. Mr. Lewis has officers for the most loyal sup
had much experience as a sales port in the work. The meeting
man for monument supply adjourned to commence work the
houses, and came west from first Friday in September. Twen
ty bouquets were made and sent
to sick ones and those shut in.
One of the most elaborate and
interesting affairs in the history
of the Scottish Rite Masons, of
Oregon was the mortgage-burn
ing celebration held at the
Cathedral at Morrison and
Fifteenth streets last Saturday.
With the customary rites of the
body th e $55,000 mortgage which
has been against the cathedral
since its completion in 1902 was
burned with ceremony on the
altar, while the members of the
Scottish Rite sat about and
After the formality of wiping
out the last remembrance of the
debt the members of the body
and visiting Masons from all
over the state joined in a ban
quet held on the second floor of
the Cathedral. This was one of
the most elaborate of formal
banquets ever held by the Ma
sonic bodies of Oregon. The
mortgage burning was the
climax or the wind-up of the
twenty-eighth, semi-annual re
unions of the Scottish Rite bodies
Masons received the degree of
the Rite during the reunion of
the Masons. Those of the broth
erhood from this city who went
down Saturday to help burn the
mortgage and enjoy the banquet
were: E. W. Haines, Allen Rice,
W. H. Hollis, C. O. Roe and
AT PACIFIC UNIVERSITY
A called meeting of the Wo
Bids For Sale of Bond* Called
Club was held Tuesday
For—Work on Building
in the parlors of the
Will Probably Go
committee in charge of the
The injunction suit against Southwick reading reported they
the School District No. 15, the had raised the $52.00 necessary
directors and clerk, was dismiss for the Sunday opening of the
ed in Circuit Court Tuesday, it Rogers’ Free Library for a year.
being stipulated that the suit be Captain Beach was present at
dismissed upon conditions that the meeting, and asked that the
the defendants, in conjunction Woman’s club extend an invita
with the plaintiff, proceed to sell tion to the old soldiers to be
the $35,000 in bonds to the best with us next year. Many of the
advantage, using all reasonable members unable to be present
and proper efforts to give such sent words of approval.
sale proper publicity, so as to in
A committee, consisting of
vite bids from all bond-purchas Miss Minnie Myers, Mrs. C. E.
ing houses possible, such bonds Walker and Mrs. C. A. Broder-
to be sold to the highest and son, was appointed to look after
best bidder upon sealed pro a suitable location for a site for
a club house, and report at an
It is stipulated that the de early meeting. The Club may
fendants pay the plaintiff the erect a building of the bungalow
costs and disbursements of his type, which may be used as a
suit, amounting to the sum of dwelling when the growth of
the membership demands larger
Bids for the sale of the bonds quarters.
have been called for in local and
The program committee was
Portland publications, and it is instructed to arrange for a
hoped that the sale will be consu- “ Made-in-Forest Grove-Day,”
mated within a week. This will for some time next fall. There
allow for uninterrupted work on are great possibilities connected
the South Park High school build with a day devoted to exploiting
ing, which will probably be ready the goods manufactured in this
for occupancy wljpn the fall term city, and the Club members are
opens in September.
determined to make a success of
RECORD BROKEN AT
TRACK SATURDAY NEW PASTOR AT
Captain C. P. McCan opened
the racing season at his Training
A ppropriation by County Makes
Industral Exhibit C ertain
The county fair will be held a t
the Forest Grove training Park
next Fall, Probably late in Sep
tember or in October. The
county commissioners have ap
pointed three directors, Austin
Buxton, of this city, B. K.
Denny, of Beaverton and L. L.
Crawford, of Banks, directors of
the fair to make arrangements
to hold the fair in co-operation
with the Washington County
Agricultural and Live stock as
have appropriated $1281 as a
county contribution to help de
fray the expenses of the fair.
Livestock of all kinds and
fruits, grains and vegetables of
every variety will be shown at
the fair, and premiums will be
awarded for the best exhibits in
each class. Premiums will also
be awarded to women and chil
dren who made the best showing
in industral and household work.
A series of racing events will
be held at the Training Park
during the fair.
Miss Mary Hinman, aged 62,
years, died at the family home
She was the
daughter of the late Alansou
Hinman, one of Oregon’s earliest
and most prominent pioneers.
Miss Hinman was born in Patton
Valley, and lived in this county
all her life. She is survived by
one sister, Mrs R. Leobo.of Port
land, and the following brothers:
Dr. Alanson Hinman, Carl and
Frank Hinman, of this city, and
Oliver Hinman, of Ellensburg,
Park, Saturday with excellent
Rev. J. B. Holmes, the new
weather conditions and a splen
of the Christian church in
Splendid Programs Arranged did track. The races staged
this city, will occupy the pulpit
were the 2:25 pace, free-for-all
for Exercises Beginning
next Sunday, having for his
trot and free-for-all pace.
morning theme, “ An Old Story”
The contests were out of the
His evening subject will be “We
ordinary, every heat being a
The fifty-first annual Com race. The winner of every heat Know.”
Rev. Holmes comes here from
mencement exercises of Pa was eliminated from the next
The annual school meeting of
He was for five and
cific University will be held in heat. This rule brought out the
which a director for three years
engaged in evan
Marsh Hall, begining June 12. best there was in the horses,
and a clerk for one year will be
all sections of
eliminating jockeying and gave
held in the Lincoln School build- The Beaverton Amateur Ath-
this state, and has been most
every horse a chance.
ing instead of the central building letic Club will hold a big Boxing
successful in this work. He was
The sensational race of the
on account of the repairs going and Wrestling Tournament on
day was the free for-all pace. pastor of the Christian church at
on at the latter place. All school I Saturday night June 28, 1913.
Albany for three years, and in
Dan S., owned and driven by
Archie Olsen, the sixteen year
electors are urged to be present As the Beaverton Club is a mem-
creased the membership from
son of Mrs. K. L. Olsen,
as the annual report will be read her of the Pacific Northwest
sixty to three hundred and nine
living in South Park,
and important business transact- Amateur Association it is in a
half-mile track record of 1.05 in ty-nine. He built a church at
in the hip late last
ed. It is understood that Mrs. i position to obtain the best ama-
this event, making the distance \lbany which has a seating ca
Dorothy H. Seymour has con- teur boxers and wrestlers in the of Consei vatory of music. Marsh in l:03i. He was closely follow pacity of one thousand. Rev. night with a revolver.
sented to run again for Director Northwest.
The Multnomah, Hall 8, o’clock. Sunday June 15, ed by Bonnie Antrim, owned by Holmes was pastor of the Chris Tucker dressed the wound, and
to succeed herself. As she has Columbus, Butler, Vancouver, Baccalaureate Sermon, Rev. J. J. Todd, and Catrina Nort, owned tian church at Beaumont, Texas, the young man will recover
been a progressive and faithful and Beaverton Clubs will be Staub, D. D. Congregational by Barrow & Barkely, of Walla for three years, and while there should no complications ensue.
worker for the interests of the represented by the champions of church 11 o’clock. Address be Walla.
Bonnie Antrim won increased the membership six It is said young Olsen was play
ing with the revolver when ihe
schools she should be re-elected. each club so that all the boxing fore the Christian Associations, second heat at previous record
hundred and raised funds to
Rev. E. P. Hughes, Congrega
of 1:05, and Cantrina Nort took build a large church edifice. Uyt. was injured.
fans will be able to see a good
SUPT. AND MRS. GARDNER nights sport. This is the first tional Church 8 o’clock, Monday, third heat in 1:05. The free-for-
family which consists of his wlOY
June 16, Senior class Day Exer
all trot was a fast race. Prince and four children, are now at
cises, Campus 2 o’clock. Finals
c.»*x)VE BOY MAKING GOOD
Professor and Mrs. O. M. ever held in this part of the coun in Tennis Contest for the Hope Seattle, driven by Woodcock, Eugene. They will move to tli^
Gardner, who have been at try by a club belonging to the Cup, Campus, 3 o’clock. Com won in l:07i.
city later, where with Rev^
Lakeview, Oregon for the past
Holmes they will be weleorrte A letter to the Press editor
mencement Play Bemerd Shaw’s
C. B., owned by J. C. Buchanan, additions to our community.
year, came to this city the last
“ Arms and the Man,” 8 o’clock.
from Gordon Brown states
in 1:07J. Patton Duke, owned
of the week for a short visit
Rev. C. H, Hilton, who haji that he is now Provincial
with friends and relatives. Prof. . FORMER GROVE RESIDENT ing of Trustees, President’s by Barrow & Barkley of Walla for the past two years beert
Walla, won second place. Jim pastor of the Christian church Fruit Inspector for the Canadian
Gardner was formerly Superin-
office 10 o’clock. Reception by
Hill, owned by Anderson, was here, left with Mrs. Hilton and government, with headquarters
tendent of the Forest Grove i
the literary societies, 3 to 5 third.
at Vernon, B. C., at a salary of
public schools and Mrs. Gardner, T
their son for Healdsburg, Cali $1700 per annum, with all e x
o’clock. Anniversary Eexercises
was at the head of the Domestic*
^ Sunday s Oregonian ap- of the Associate Alumni, Marsh The free-for-all tcot was won fornia, Tuesday, where R ev'
penses paid. It is Gordon’s duty
Science department in the peared a Photo&raPh showing Hall 8 o’clock. Wednesday June by Prince Seattle, owned by Hilton has accepted the pastor
schools here. They went to four ee" erat>°ns, the head of 18, Graduating exercises of the Woodcock, in l:07i. St. Michael ate of the Christian church. to inspect the orchards in his
district, advise the fruit raisers
Lakeview to hold the same the family, being E. Dewey, a University, Conferring of De owned by Wilson, took second in Rev. Hilton has occupied pulpitff
as to the best methods of keep
positions in the Public schools former well known resident of grees. Address, Rev. John H. 1:111, and Hallie D. third, in in this state for seven years, and ing down insect pests, to do
there, and report a most success this city. A reunion was held at Boyd, D. D. 10:30 o’clock. An 1:14.
has also done much evangelistic laborat0ry work and consult
ful year. The Gardners will the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam nual Business meeting of Associ
work. While living in Forest with other fruit inspectors.
leave this city next Monday for, Crow,
, of Gresham,
. . . who for- ate Alumni, 12 o’clock. Corpor
Grove, Rev. Hilton always took Gordon is given free reign to do
Seattle for a short visit.
From T erly lived here in this city, Sun- ation Dinner, 1 o’clock. Com
a keen interest in civic work, that which is best for the
there they will go to Walla day, to celebrate the 83d birth
and his removal from this city orchards in his district, and to
mencement Concert, 8 o’clock.
Walla, where after a short stay day of Mr. Dewey, father of
will be a distinct loss to the com facilitate his travels from or
The City Council met in regu
they will go to Chicago. Prof. Mrs. Crow.
chard to orchard the government
lar monthly session Tuesday
Mr. Dewey has been in Ore
Gardner will visit his father in
has supplied him a fine motor-
Ohio, and will accompany the gon every since 1877, coming by
Gaston Beats Forest Grove.
f,*e’ , is the son of . . Mr.
. and ,
old gentleman, who is a veteran w ay of San Francisco on the old Tupper’s sawmill .in Scoggin’s
pei ses. Bids were called for
of the Civil war, to the Cctty3
The Forest Grove nine met de- Mrs. O. Brown of this city. He
for the demolition of the old
burg reunion, which will be city for a number of years, and afree-for-all fight over a matter
Friday at the hands of the ¡g a graduate of Pacific Univer-
held on the old battlefield July went from here to Gresham to of wages leading up to the
team by the score of 10 to gity and O. A. C., and his legion
1, 2, 3 and 4. The Gardners live with his daughter when a d closing of the mill.
The men city for services as night watch, 6. This game puts Gaston in of friends here will be glad to
will also visit Washington, D. C., vancing age made him too feeble and teams employed at the mill
was turned down. Other routine line for the championship of hear of his success in his chosen
and points in Canada before re to care for himself. Mr. Dewey were laid off.
haa Etven living children.
MONDAY JUNE, 16. AMATEUR ATHLETIC CLUB
WILL HOLD TOURNAMENT
ARCHIE OLSEN SHOT
CITY FATHERS MEET
IN REGULAR SESSION
SAW MILL QOSES DOWN