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FOREST GROVE PRESS
tler who is owner o f Littter’ s
Pharmacy of this city.
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Mrs. Hoff manEntertains —Mrs.
The pupils of the public school
A. G. Hoffman entertained a num
ber o f friends at her home Wed are enjoying a three day’ s vaca
nesday afternoon at cafe noir. tion this week on account of
This was the second number of Teacher’ s Institute.
J a series of afternoon socials by
The Misses Fowler and Loynes
j the Methodist ladies.
gave a dinner for the High School
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students last Friday.
Bachelor Girl* Meet — The
The High School stunems re
Bachelor Girls met Tuesday even
ing at the home o f Florence Tem ceived their report card for the
pleton in North Forest Grove. first six weeks, last Friday.
After the short business session Some of the students find that
.• .• .V .V .V .V .'.V .V .V .V W .V .'S manager.
His former home has I they proceeded to initiate two they will have to get down to
The P kehs is desirous o f publish- § been at McMinnville, where his new members into the mysteries harder study.
ing all the social events of the % father now lives.
of the club. The hostess then
week, and your ’ phone call or a %
The P ress wishes them bon invited the girls into the dining
letter with the particulars o f any
Lyceum Concert Next Wednes
social or other event will be greatly g voyage, and the people welcome room where a delicious luncheon
appreciated. Phone number, Main S them to our city.
was served. The remainder of
.102. Items should be at the office d
the evening was spent in fancy
by Wednesday afternoon, or earlier %
The patrons o f the Lyceum
Musical Program Please* - A work, music and a jolly good
Lecture Course are requested to
delightful musical program was time.
bear in mind the concert to be
*as given by the students o f Miss
November 19th. This will
Woman’s Club Meeting The Darling November 5 at the Odd
The Berean Club of the Chris be in many ways the best con
Woman's Club met at the home
tian church met for their regular cert ever given in Forest Grove,
o f Mrs. E. W. Haines Monday acquitted themselves well, as the monthly meeting at the home of considering variety o f program
afternoon with a good attend audience testified.
were: Margaret Smith, Ernes B. J. Simpson and by a peculiar and quality of artists engaged.
coincidence the young ladies’ Single reserved seats, 50 cents at
Mrs. Charles Walker opened tine Tucker, Beth Emmerson. gathered at the same time with
the program with one o f her
Mrs. Simpson, but nevertheless
The artists to appear are: Eu
much appreciated musical selec Walter Lenneville, Hugh Weik, the regular business was tran
phonium soloist, Mr. Henney;
sacted seperately then came the pianist, Miss Van Dyke; harpist,
Mrs. E. L Graham was unan Norma Dixon, Kittie Weik, Grace social time with refreshments.
Miss Carmel Sullivan; baritone
imously elected a member of the
Those present were Mr. and Mrs, soloist, Mr. Evans; mezzo so
Simpson and the Misses Grace
Monday being “ Library Day’ ’ Patton, Irene Sappington, Fern Newton, Iva Conger, Jennie prano. Madame Pauline Miller
o f the club, Miss Cornelia Mar/in,
Jackson, Laura Davidson, Mary
State Librarian, who had ex Van Loo, Mrs. R. Hill, Opal Woell, Mary Newman and Maud
Mrs. H. B. Glaisyer is visiting
pected to discuss “ The Library Dixon.
Sparks; Messrs Kennard Dixon,
at the home of her father, J. j
as a Civic Center.’ ’ was unable
Silver Tea - Mrs. George F.
Heluli, in Portland, this week.
to be here. However, Miss Farn-
Dallas, Orville Hutchins, Harold
ham irave a splendid synopsis of Taplin entertained a number of Waldron, • Guv Aydelott and H. B. looks ill as a result—he is
the Italian poet, Rosetti. which ladies at her home Friday after Frank Mott. A month ago the doing his own cooking.
served as a very fine substitute. noon at one of those popular Berean Club started with a mem
Mrs. Charles Miller and daugh
Mrs. H. L. Russell recited ilver Teas. The afternoon was bership of eight to get 50 mem
are visiting this week w ith ;
“ Behind the Curtain” to the
bers and they already have 18. Mrs. Chas. E. Roe.
deep appreciation of those pres
Epworth League Entertains - Kennard Dixon is president, Ray
ent and graciously responded to
Mrs. J. A. Elder and son were
Last Friday evening the Epwor h Jackson, sect’ y and Claude Davis n Portland shopping Saturday.
a hearty encore.
Mrs. O. M. Sanford gave a League of the First Methodist
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Mrs. F. L. Fox was visiting
splendid outline of the growth of Church held a social for its mem
Couple Quietly Married.
her aunt Mrs. F. H. Nepher in j
the library since she has acted in bers and friends at the home of
the capacity of city librarian. Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle. A jolly
Romantic and interesting are Milwaukie this week,
She spoke of the convenience of crowd of young people were the pranks o f the little God
Mr. Rhenimer and family who
the Rest Room; of the many there by 8.30 and spent the even Cupid and his pranks have just have been living on a farm north
country people as well as th se ing in playing games and music, come to light concerning a couple of town moved to Oak Park last
o f the town who took advantage and at a late hour all left for now living in Hillsboro. August week, where they will make their
o f it, and also of the good that their various homes, declaring 19th Dr. Chas. H. Pollock and home.
has come o f having this library. the evening pleasantly and profit Miss Florence Dooley quietly
A special point, of interest to all ably spent.
slipped away to Astoria and were
is the increase in the number of
married by Rev. Van Fossen WANT EXPERIMENTAL FARM
Young People Entertain The pastor o f the Astoria Methodist. Never Has Been Determined What
library books from 300 at the
time Mrs. Sanford became libra Intermediate League of the
Mrs. Pollock is the daughter Section Offers in Agricultural Way.
rian to 1600 at the present time. Methodist church held a supper of Mr. and Mrs. George Dooley
Klamath rails.—The first steps
in the church parlors Wednesday o f Banks.
Dr. Pollock is a have been taken to get an experiment
evening. A fter a bountiful sup brother o f Dr. William Pollock of al farm for Klamath county. The
Mrs. M. A. Thomas Entertains per games were played and a this city. The reason the couple county court has been asked to make
The first card party o f the sea j jolly evening spent by all present. have managed to keep their a special levy to employ an expert i
son was given by Mrs. Mary
marriage a secret the past 3 and to maintain the farm. The mem- |
Thomas at her home on Second
Salmagundi Serial-M rs. W. months was the fact that the bers of the court have signified a
street Saturday night, November Q. Tucker held the first o f a series bride has been living with her willingness to further the movement.
8th. The decorations o f the o f the Salmagundi Serial last | parents and the Dr. employed at
Farming in the Klamath country is
rooms were unusually attractive. Friday afternoon. Eight ladies his professioh in Hillsboro and it yet in the experimental state. A farm
In the parlors were soft lights, w’ere present and a pleasant time was only last week the bride conducted under an expert should
green ferns and carnations. The | enjoyed by all.
went to Hillsboro to make her prove of material assistance to the j
dining room was in autum leaves
home with her husband.
early development of the farm lands
and chrysanthemums. The other
Fleur De Li* Club Meet The
of the vast area embraced in Klamath
rooms were in yellow and autum | Fleur De Lis Club met Wednes
county. - Rapid strides in farming
M. E. Ladies’ Aid Society.
leaves. The punch bowl stood d a y afternoon at the home of
have been made in recent years, »».j
in the midst of beautiful ferns. ! Mrs. Frank Meresse. The ladies
The Ladies Aid of the M. E.
At eleven the guests were served spent the afternoon doing fanev church were pleasantly enter
Unitarians Will Meet.
a dainty luncheon. Card favors work and in conversation. Dainty tained ai ihe church parlors last
Hood River.—The North Pacific
fell to Mrs. Frank J. Miller, first; refreshments were served by the ¡Wednesday with Mrs. Barker conference of Unitarian churches will
Mrs. Earl Brookbank, second; hostess.
and Mrs. Kirkwood as hostesses. be held at Hood River November 11,
Mr. 1. J. Hoar, first; Mr. F. J.
A delicious luncheon was en- 12 and 13. The Unitarian churches
Miller, second, while Mrs. Rich
Birthday Party Miss Bernice 1 joyed by all.
of Oregon, Washington, Idaho and
ardson and Mrs. Haskel Ferrin Via o f Buxton, celebrated her
The intermediate C. E. held a Montana will be represented in the
consoled themselves with the con seventh birthday at the home of
c i a l in the Congregational conference.
solation. Those present were: her grandmother, Mrs. W. P. Via.
parlors Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Vrs. Sprague o f Garden in the Grove Monday. Seven
Market Basket Day in Klamath.
played after which
Home, IV. i and Mrs. John Nelson children were invited and spent
Klamath Falls.— Plans have been
Macrum, Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. a jolly afternoon with games.
pir-tically completed for holding a
Miller, i^r. and Mrs. Earl Brook- Refreshments were served the All had a pleasant evening.
weekly market day in this city. The
bank, Mr. and Mrs. Hgskel Fer little guests.
Garfitdd Jenson, who has been chamber of commerce and the Klam
rin, Mr. and Mrs. Richardson,
in the Canada country for a couple ath Water Users' association have in
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meresse,
Royal Neighbor* Entertain
of years, returned home the first i dorsed the movement. It is planned
Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Hoar, Mr. Mrg. L M. Graham entertained o f the week. He has traveled to get the producers and the consum
and Mrs. Harry Giltner, Misses the Royal Neighbors last Satur some over this country and looks ers in direct contact.
J< nness Miller, Buelah Ireland, day afternoon in honor o f Mrs. S. as though the scenery did him
Allen, who leaves this week for good. His parents are Mr. and Youthful Burglars Have Winter Shoes
Albany.— A double robbery Involv
Oakland, California. During the Mrs. Peter Jenson who live on
ing the theft of $300 worth of doctor's
Bean photo Fourth street.
implements, six pairs of shoes and
Mr. and Mrs. Harley C. Peter graphed the Neighbors as a me
Henderson Smith, o f Banks, $10 in cash from a store is believed to
son, who were married last week mento for Mrs. Allen to take with
in St. Johns have taken up their her to her new home. Those was on business to the Grove ■ have teen committed here by two 17-
year-old Independence boys.
peimanent home in the pretty present were: Mesdames F. Em Saturday.
bungalow formerly owned by erson, R. F. Emerson, Aldrich,
Mr. Hatfield. The nuptials oc Lenneville, S. Allen. M. S. Allen, • • • • • • • • I
cm red at the home of the h ide’s Pot win, Sappington, McKay, Ives,
sifdor, Mrs. F. A. Robertson, in Stockman, Fogel, Patton, Ros-
tin presence o f relatives and a wurm, Fritz, Graham, Lasham,
few friends. Rev. Milton St. Marshall.
John, of Portland, performed the
ceremony. Miss Louise Couch, a
Former Grove People Cele
> - ter of the bride, was maid of brate Golden Wedding at Salem
honor and Prof. YV. 1. Smith, of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Littler
\\ alia Walla College, was best and daughter, Florence, went to
Mrs. Peterson is the Salem yesterday to he present at
«laughter o f k. C. Couch, a the golden wedding anniversary
f im r state representative, and o f his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
for three terms mayor o f i^t. B. Littler, who were married in
J fins. She was very popular in Indiana, hut who have lived in
Prices 10 and 20 cents
In, i city and was very pretty in a Oregon for aliout fifteen years.
gown of crepe meteor, brocaded They were residents o f this city
v ith I'hitTon and caught up with for several years until three
o' ange blossoms, and carried a years ago when they moved to
shower boquet o f bride roses. the state capital. There are
Mr. Peterson is a graduate of three children, J. B. Littler of
YValla Walla College, of which Harrisburg, Mrs. A. A. Under
' e e e e e e » - v » w v ^ v
his brother, F. W. Peterson, is hill o f Salem, and Charles Lit ’.W W W .MA » SAM, eV • • • • • «
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1913.
High School Notes
T h e a tre
Good Vaudeville Acts
The Forest Grove Planing Mill Inc.,
General Contractors, deal in lumber, shingles, lath
cement, lime, sand and plaster; building and roofing
papers. All finish lumber kiln dried. W e make a
specialty of house building and carry a full line of
sash, door frames, mouldings, glass, paint and every
thing required in the building line. Call and let us
figure with you.
Forest Grove Planing Mill Inc.
General Contractors and Builders
Council S t
Forest Grove, Ore
Rasmussen’s Feed Store
Dealer in Flour, Feed and all kinds of
Garden Seeds in season........................
Forest Grove, Oregon
Main Street Garage
Auto Repairing, Vulcanizing and
General Machine Work. Storage
and Supplies. Phone Main 62X
W . A . CHALM ERS,
Main Street, Forest Grove.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
FOREST GROVE, OREGON
Capital and Surplus
$ 60 , 000 .
U. S. D E P O S IT O R Y .
E. W. H A I N E S ..................... P resident
JOHN TEMPLETON - V ice -P resident
GEO. G. HANCOCK - - - S ecretary
D irectors :
Geo. G. Hancock
T. W. Sain
H. J. Goff
E. W. Haines
W. H. Hollis
YV. K. Newell
H. T. Buxton
y. s. a .
Livery, Feed and Sales Stables
Good Teams and Rigs, Baggage Called for and
Delivered to All Parts— Open Day and Night
Handy, Clean and Comfortable
Under the New Management
W IRAK & BROWN
EMMET QUICK, Mgr.
Forest Grove, Oregon