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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1916)
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AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
¡Vol. l, No. 5
FOREST GROVE. OREGON, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 9, 1916
$1.50 per Year
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
the season, entitied “ Why Smith
Pacific U niversity Left Home.’’ It is a comedy in Another Aged Citizen
three acts and is being acted by
Is Called by Death
Chas. Hines was in Port
P . U .’s basketball team won the best talem of the Junior and
TRANSACTED land Mrs.
J. P . Aydelott, aged 74, one of
Dr. Charles Hines was a Port the second game agsinst Albany Senior classes of the high school.
the most respected residents of
College here Saturday evening.
members of the city coun- land visitor Thursday.
The high school orchestra will
Kansas City neighborhood,
^® w ere all present at the regular
M. S. Allen was a business vis The local team piled up a score of be in the pit to furnish a few
>ruary meeting, held last night , itor to Portland Tuesday.
away a t his home last
73 to 7 against the Presbyterians, good selections of music.
if ter the reading and approval
after a short illness,
Moses Johnson of near Gaston which made the game too one
[he minutes of the last two
Cast of Characters:
sided to be very interesting. John Smith—Who loves his wife acute stomach trouble being the
etings, Treasurer Wirtz made was in the city yesterday.
E. I. Kuratli of Hillsboro was a However, our men were able to
immediate cause of his death.
[monthly report, which showed
andlivesinN .Y . -Frank Doane.
business visitor in town yesterday. make a few plays th a t won a
Deceased was born May 5th,
llance of $911.51 in
Mrs. Charles O’Neil and daugh hearty applause, as well as ad Gen. Billetdoux -H is wife’s second 1842, in Prebble county, Ohio,
___ fund the first of the month,
where he lived until seven years
ter of Dilley were in this city
and $21.24 in the library fund.
miration, from the spectators. Count von Guggenheim—Who got of age, when, with his parents, he
HBThe sum of $52.98 was ordered Monday.
A number of the students besides
tifcsferred from the road fund to
them twisted—Nelson Johnson. moved to Iowa. In the fall of
Mrs. B. B. Deuell from west of the men on the team, are getting
1876 the family moved to Kansas,
the general fund to replace a loan town on Route 1, was shopping
Major Duncombe — With mem where they resided until 1904,
the last-named fund.
in town Tuesday.
against one of the larger schools
ories of last night—Lloyd Kirry. when the subject of this sketch
The mayor reported that Frank
W alton-—Miss Smith’s came ot Washington county.
giard, on behalf of his daugh-
Mrs. Richards’, two doors west to put up a real scrap. Why not?
On November 7th, 1863, he
asked damages of $15.00 be- a of t postoffice.
The mid-year reception was Mrs. John Smith Who loves her was united in marriage with Miss
e of the sewer passing thru
Mrs. Willis Goff and daughter, held in Marsh Hall Friday even
Harriet Finfrock and to this
^ir property. Referred to street
husband no m atter where he union were born eleven children,
Genevieve, are visiting Mrs. Kate ing. The chapel was nicely dec
orated with college and other
nine of whom, with the widow,
The finance committee recom- Metzger at St. Helens, Ore.
Mrs. A. E. Dixon, the Main pennants and the seats arranged Mrs. Billitdoux — Mrs Smith’s survive, as follows: Mrs. Mima
ided the payment of the
Reaman, George and Arthur Ayde
Inthly bills, amounting to street milliner, is in Portland this in groups along the sides of the
room. The affair was well handled Miss Sm ith—A lady in waiting
lott and Mrs. Maude Moore of
1598.24 and the council so or- week at the wholesale house.
the Kansas City district, Charles
County Commissioner Matteson by the Seniors who wore their
Aydelott of Forest Grove, Mrs.
The light committee reported was down at Gaston yesterday, graduating gowns, lending to their
courtly bearing a dignity becom Rose Walton—Robert’s bride of a Rose Norris of Benge, Wash.,
It it would cost between $200 looking over the road situation.
ing their station. The ladies, in
Mrs. Ella Homman of Smith
$250 to give the gopher trap
J . E. Farmer, the genial agent their exquisite evening gowns,
Julia — shockingly clever — Beth county, Kan., and Clara and John
ktory the kind of service desired, at the O. E. depot, and Mrs.
Aydelott, who resided with their
lh a revenue of only about Farmer were in Portland Tuesday. added to the scene a touch of
brilliancy and beauty that made
parents on the farm. He also
[00 per month. Laid over for
Elsie—A maid—Helen Crozier.
leaves one brother, W. S. Ayde
Messrs. C. A. Littler and J. A. visiting his brother, Ralph Fritz, membered among the social events Lavinia Daby—Who is a lady and lott, of Lebanon, Kas., two half
knows it—Dorothy Joy.
sisters and twenty-five grand
[orn burgh appeared and asked who lives out a few miles on of college life.
At assembly Wednesday morn children.
Prof J. C. Bellinger, who is
it some changes be made in the Gales Creek.
Deceased has been a faithful
Joseph McRoberts and Ethel teaching near North Plains, was ing the Orchestra gave a number
tite of the sewer on their street
of the Primitive Baptist
jrder that parking and trees
church Since 1864 and at the time
zht be saved. M atter was laid a license to wed at the county college friends Sunday. He was club sang.
of his death was a member of M t.
the guest of Benj. Willard a t the
er to get the consent of all prop- , seat last Frid iy.
Zion church. He was highly re
The music pupils of Miss Liola
spected by all his neighbors, be
ow^^The salary ordinance was given 1 House will give a recital a t the
Lawrence Clark and Wald on
loved by his wife and honored by
rd reading and passed, without j House residence Friday evening, Dillard left for their homes last
cussion, by a vote of five to j Feb. 11, a t 8 o’clock.
Friday. They are sincerely missed
W. J. McCready returned Mon his children.
The funeral services were held
Councilman Todd voting No.
The Woman’s Foreign Mission
day from a month's inspection of a t the Hillside church Sunday,
Councilman Coon recommended ary society of the M. E. church had warm friends.
the yards of the Copeland & Mc Elder V. J. Turnage of Willamina
[t a vault for the storage of i will meet Friday afternoon in the
Cready company a t Bozeman, officiating. Interment was in the
!>ks and records be placed in i parlors of the church.
ney of St. Helens, Ore., was visit M anhattan, Amsterdam, Logan, , Hillside cemetery, with a large
room with the jail, but was
A. Berg, the grocer, has about ing with his son, Waldon, a couple Three Falls and Salesville, Mont. number of relatives, friends and
yet ready to give an estimate finished
shipping his( stock to of days last week.
These yards have just been pur neghbors following the remains
the probable cost. Laid over. Kenton-Portland,
Miss Donna Mack left for her chased for the company by Mr. to the grave.
Councilman Todd had been do- terested in a store. where he is in
home in Klamath Falls Monday. i McCready and L. A. Copeland for
; a little figuring on the electric
Amanda J. Baldwin
All this week Mrs. Richards is
The Prohibition oratorical try the sum of $90,000. Mr. Cope
it rates and thought the mini-
services for Mrs. Aman-
|m charge of 75c should be giving 25 per cent off on all cor- out will be held in Marsh Hall land has for some years been liv
who dic'd a t her
Bed to $1.00, with a sliding rate
after make his home at Bozeman, hoftie on South A street last Wed
from 4 to 7c for cooking and west of postoffice.
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
where he can be in touch with nesday, were h e l d in the Forest
jtin g . He did not think it wise
Judge and Mrs. T. J. Cleeton,
the company's Montana yards. j G r o v e Undertaking company
I )e in a hurry about any chang- i of Portland, spent Sunday in this
The basket ball boys went to Mr. McCreaedy reports the mer- chapel at 10 o’clock Friday morn
| H md the matter was taken under city, guests of Mrs. Shannahan
and Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Gardner. Vancouver, Friday, to play a i cury dodging around forty below ing, Rev. Clark of the Free M eth
odist church officiating. There
also recommended th a t ar-
Elsewhere in this issue Henry game they had scheduled there, zero during the greater part of his
?ements be made with the A. Kuratli announces himself as a but the lights went out and the stay in Montana and he was, was also singing by the choir of
naturally, glad to get back to that church, and the body was es
?on-Washington company for candidate for the nomination for
Forest Grove. He found business corted to its last resting place, in
ice” in case anything happened county clerk on the republican boys had to come back home.
Mrs. Livingston and Mrs. Van- good in Montana, despite the Forest View cemetery, by a large
[he city plant. The light and ticket.
i number of sorrowing friends.
3r committee was empowered
M rs. H. S. Benjamin is enter- Koughnet visited school the past
Amanda J . McKee was born in
[sk for this concession.
I taining the Ladies’ Aid society of week.
North Plains Defeated
¡New York state in 1845 and in
11:30 the council adjourned. 1 the Methodist church this after
Nelson Frost registered a t the
In the basketball game last Fri 1883, in Harlan county, Neb., was
noon, at her home in the Cuhtis high school Monday.
A New Car in Town
day night between the North united in marriage to Abraham
Plains school and the Christian ¡Baldwin. Seven years later Mr.
: great many people were last
A series of interclass games church team, the North Plainer* and Mrs. Baldwin came to Forest
Deloss Goley and Miss Alta
Irday admiring three hand-
and classy Chevrolet cars Williams, both of this city, were were announced Monday morn went down to defeat to the tune Grove, where they have resided
were driven about town, married in Vancouver Saturday ing that are to be played in the of 53 to 8. At the end of the almost continually since. Mrs.
first half the score stood 29 to 4. Baldwin is survived by a devoted
were the first of a consign- and are now at home to their P. U. gym on these dates:
North Plains boys were husband, several stepchildren, all
purchased by Hancock and
Feb. 7—Freshmen vs. Sopho
by the unfamiliar grown, and one brother, Charles
ps, the local real estate men.
M r. and Mrs. Glen Wagner of mores, 7:00.
floor and the absence of their star McKee, who resides in Massachu
was sold Saturday and an- Marion, Ore , are the parents of
Feb. 9—Sophomores vs. Juniors, guard, Davis. Mays starred for setts. She was a consistent Chris
• since that date. For the a baby girl, a recent arrival. Mrs.
the visitors and Sappington for tian and was not afraid to face
asked ($650), they are about M artin, mother of Mrs. Wagner,
Feb. 14—Juniors vs. Seniors, the home team with Dye a close her Maker. Six years ago de
[classiest looking machines on is with her daughter.
ceased met with an accident
| market and they have a great
lovers, having occasion 7:00.
which left her an invalid, but she
itation for speed and durabil- by Bird
Feb. 16—Seniors vs. Freshmen,
bore her affliction uncomplain
the east. If you are inter-
d the agents — Hancock & Lord’s book on “ Birds of Oregon 6:30.
(18) Dye ingly and with remarkable forti
Feb. 21—Freshmen vs. Juniors, Dunlap
tude. The liereaved husband has
[es—will be pleased to take and Washington,” will be grieved
for a ride and give you full
(7) Devlin the sympathy of a large number
Walter Roswurm, the real es
[ticulars. See ad on page 8.
Feb. 23—Sophomores vs. Sen Walters
Barber of friends in his irreparable loss.
tate dealer, was in Portland one
Their Golden Wedding Day
T. Buxton, living two miles day this week viewing the moving | iors, 6:30.
thwest of the city, had a rib of real estate in the land slide! Mar. 1—Winners, 6:30.
Tomorrow (Thursday) M r. and
; ber at right guard in the last half.
ctured last Saturday, when a said to be 200 feet long by 25 feet
The Girls’ Literary society
M rs. J. T. Fletcher, living on
ing Jersey bull he was leading high.
To the Voter» of the Republican P arty
meets Wednesday at 3:40.
North Main street, will have been
vater got fractious and threw
for W ashington County
There will be a dance a t the
The Junior girls played against I am a candidate for the nomination married fifty years. They came
| master onto a sled. Mr. Bux- new I. O. O. F. hall Saturday
does not know whether the evening of this week for the ben the rest of the school Monday ev for County Clerk, for the Primary to Washington county forty years
|mal tried to injure him or was efit of the Forest Grove band. ening which resulted in a victory Election to be held May 19th, 1916; ago; Mr. Fletcher came to the
h are been chief deputy Couuty Clerk
rely playful, but he does know The boys need your patronage,
for the pant two term», was born in state a dozen years before that
he has suffered considerable and will appreciate it.
W ashington County, am familiar with
The basketball boys went to Mc the work of the office, and if nominated date and Mrs. Fletcher a year be
i for the past few days.
Mrs. B. S. Whited entertained
and elected will during my term of of fore him. To them have been
The many friends of Earl House a few friends at her home in this Minnville Saturday and were de fice attend to the duties thereof, ex er
cising economy, and courtesy to the born three sons and four daugh-
be interested in knowing that city last Sunday in celebrating the feated with a score of 20-13.
j ters, all highly respected citizens.
now teaching English in the birthday anniversaries of Mrs. W. H. S. P lay C oming A W eek public.
H knky A. K uratli .
They have eight grandchildren
i school of Colenga, Calif. Mr. W. Ryals of this city and Mrs. S.
F rom F riday .
lse formerly was a resident of E. Fayram of Hillsboro. The day
All hats and feathers a t cost, and one great granddaughter and
A week from Friday night there as I am going to discontinue this
i city and attended P. U., and was pleasantly spent and a delic
are still hale and hearty, enjoying
recently graduated from Stan- ious dinner was served by the will be staged at the Star theatre line. Mrs. Richards, two doors the respect and confidence of a
one of the best entertainments of west of postoffice.
\ large circle of friends.
Local Lumber Firm
Six More Yards