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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1916)
tend the basketball game be
tween Pacific College and Pacific
We have just Received a Carload of
University, and rooted for P. U.
Dr. Bushnell will speak in chapel
Editor and Mrs. Lawrence E.
Thursday morning at 10 o’clock.
Howard and little daughter, of
North Yamhill, came down in The subject of his address will be
including a couple of new styles. We have a
their car Sunday and visited with “ The Real Issues of this Century.”
that everybody is not suc
sample of each set up and invite inspection.
Mrs. Howard’s mother, Mrs. G. The public is welcome.
cessful is the fact that they
This is the “ week of prayer”
B. Sage, and family.
have not enough persisten
for colleges. Under the auspices
cy. Do o n e thing well,
Miss Jerrine Whealdon, a grad of the Y. M. C. A. and the Y W.
throwing all your energies
uate of P. U., and a former editor C. A., Rev. O. H. Holmes is giv
into it. T h e successful
of the College Index, witnessed ing a series of addresses each ev
Use Lily’s Soluble Sulphur Spray. We have
man, unlike the poet, is
the basketball game here Satur ening in Marsh Hall.
made, not born. All suc
day night. Miss Whealdon is
sold twenty barrels of this the past week. We
The Freshman class led chapel
cessful men save and ac
employed with Bell & Company last Thursday. A good program
also have anything from a hand-power bucket
cumulate through t h e i r
sprayer to a power machine. Give us a call,
bank account and pay all
Word comes from Santa Rosa,
In a game that has only been
if you want only information.
bills by check. Are you
Calif., to the effect that Ed and equalled once this season (and
following their example?
Hugh Sparks are engaged in erect that was the game with McMinn-
If not start that account
Our new line of Baseball Goods and Fish
ing a nice bungalow at that place. ville) P. U won another big vic-
with us now today.
They say they will be back in tory in basketball. Pacific Colleg *
ing Tackle is in. Come and see them.
Forest Grove in five or six weeks, played the return game here Sat
so the bungalow is probably in urday evening before a large
the nature of a speculation.
crowd, the P. C. rooters forming
The s e c o n d presentation of a large aggregation. As the fate
“ Why Smith Left Home given of the championship lay in the re
Forest Grove, Ore.
at the Star Theater Friday even sult of this game, both teams
ing, by the high school Juniors played every second like fighting
Mrmbrr Federal Reserve Hank.
and Seniors drew a crowded house, for life. The Quakers led off with
as did the performance a week be two easy baskets that set their
NOTES AND PERSONALS fore, and the audience was pleased rooters wild, and any one not
Expert Watch Repairing
with the presentation.
knowing our men could easily
Twenty Years Experience
Job printing phone 821.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mocroft have thought P. U. wouldn’t have
Mrs. A. G. Hofiman was in were delightfully surprised last
Wednesday evening when a num Quakers sobered our men. It
of friends came in on them to possibly gave the Quakers a little
Mrs. Zoa Hartrampf visited in
STANDARD GOODS ONLY
a social hour or two. The too much confidence Any way,
North Yamhill Sunday.
time was spent in playing games from that time till the end of the
Get your lime and sulphui
Forest Grove, Ore.
light refreshments wereserved. first half one of the closest and
sprays at Lit tier’s Pharmacy.
The time was enjoyed very much. hardest fought games ever played
Claude Smith has moved into
Prof. Thomas, instructor in the here was witne.-sed. When the
the Hartley house, on A street.
vj’histle blew the score stood 11 to
Eddy A h l g r e n a n d John Forest Grove high school, was 10 in favor of the Quakers. In
Williams went to Portland Satur married in Portland Friday night, j the second half, however, our
that we are exclusive selling agents in Forest Grove for
Feb 25, to Miss Case at her home
day on business.
in Albina. The bride and groom men had the advantage. All of
Mrs. Henry Swanson visited came to t h e i r h o m e at Mrs. our men played with marvelous
in Portland with her son and i Wendt’s residence on East Pacific skill. In strategy our players had
This implement can be used as a cultivator in six
daughter on Sunday.
different ways and as a seeder as well ; absolutely
avenue immediately after the found their superior strength. The
M is.-. Theresa Beahen is visiting ceremony.
the best garden tool we have ever seen.
final score was 32 to 24 in favor of
her cousin. Mrs. Irv. Smith, in
All Kinds of
Roscoe Vaughn has recently
the Fern Hill section.
I been promoted to the position of
FARM AND GARDEN IMPLEMENTS
Just Arrived A fresh supply of | chief clerk at th<> Hotel Pendleton honors.
Garden Hose and Sprinklers
Dr. Arthur C. Boggess, a former
Whitman’s Chocolates, the best | in Pendleton, O egon. This pro
made, at Littler’s Pharmacy.
motion comes after several years profe-shr here, gave an interest
Miss Marjo' ie Peterson of Hills*- | of hard service for this company, ing talk in chapel last Friday on
boro, visited Saturday and Sun and his friends here are all pleased India. He recently returned from
day with Miss Joan Pierce in this to hear of his deserved good for India where he spent years in ed
FOREST GROVE, ORfl
The Modern Language society-
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Williams
Mr and Mrs. H. Hamilton ex
If Any One Has—
were m i s s i o n a r i e s for sd
stage two plays fin Tuesday
are visiting and looking after their pect to leave this week for Myton,
years. When they left India!
property interests at Banks this i Utah, near which place they have evening, March 7th, in Marsh Eloped,
shipped many curios, boob
Hall. The plays are German
purchased 170 acres of land. The
some articles of furniture
comedies of a high order. Both
Mrs. E. G. Shannahan of Dun farm is well improved and most
they prized highly and thestaj
dee, Oregon, was visiting in the of the land is in alfalfa. The
in which these were being broa
will be well worth seeing. A nom Left town,
F. 1). Gardner home the first of Hamilt ns have been residents of
home was sunk by a submarine
Washington county for thirty-six
everything lost. M r. and!
covers expenses. The public is Had a fire,
Attorney Lotus I, Langley and years and they leave behind them invited.
Sold a farm,
Boggess expect to leave New!
wife of Portland spent Sunday in many friends who will wish them
soon for Berean, Ohio, whew
SYNOPSES OF PLAYS
this city with the former’s mother well in their new home.
Helene von Stern, a charming young Come to town,
former will become a memM
The Christian Association of widow, has invited her two suitors, Bought a home,
the faculty in the university,
G. V’. B. Russell, proprieto- of Pacific University Monday even Baron von Roden and the artist Alfeld Committed murder,
way east they will visit
the Fore t Grove Shoe store, has ing began a series of five public to her home at twelve o’clock in order Fallen from an aeroplane,
father at Catlin, I®
that she may choose between them.
a well-written advertisment o n meetings, at which topics of in Roden is confident of winning, but in Got run over by an auto,
H. H. Porter will hold aw
page two of this issue. Read it. terest to the public an* di-cussed order to make doubly sure challenges 1 hat s news—Phone it in.
of a team of horses an<H
Alfeld to “ an American duel.” They The Express phone is No. 821
Mrs. W L. Moore of Banks
implements a t the ¡3
visited friends in town Friday anil
in this city, a t 1 o'i
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Boggess,
in the evening witnessed the pre
who have been visiting with many next Saturday afternoon.
sentation of “ Why Smith Left vation“ and Friday night “ Percy
friends in Forest Grove for about Hughes will be the auctioneer!
isfied?’’ There will be good music
two weeks, and whose presence in the sale will be for cash only. |
Vernon Gould came down from at each service and Rev. (). II.
city was enjoyed by many,
H. A. Kuralt candidate
New berg Saturday night to at- Holmes will lead in the discussions.
left Monday for Newberg. Mr. republican nomination for <
Or. Rudolph Bingen, a middle aged
clerk, was calling on friei
university professor, lest he forget to
the Grov e Saturday,
show his love for his wife Gabrielle,
...John Deere Wagons...
Spraying Time is Here
First National Bank
=*M. J. ABBOTT=
ARE YOU AWARE
Iron Age Cultivators and Seeders!
sews a red button on his dressing jacket.
The button chances to belong to "ma
belle couaine." the sweetheart of Ru
dolph's colleague. O r. Blatt. This
gives rise to complications.
CAST OF CHARACTERS
For next Saturday, March 4th, we of
one dozen bottles assorted of Sw<
Relishes, Sweet Gherkins, Mexii
style Relish, Mustard and
«J) 1 all
Ten Extra Green Stamps included
The Pacific Market
U rd & (;j
“ KIN AMERIKAN1SCHES D I E I .L ”
Helene von Stern - - - Alta Soule
Baron von Roden - . Glenn Morgan
Charlotte - - - - H e le n
to come to our Market every day and enjoy shopping
k same as our many hundreds of loyal customer?
F n n n T * eJ i!ieA
r« i he Meats are displayed in PURE
I SANITARY CASES, with perfect refrigera
tion, for protection and guarantee o f purity.
I’t.Rior uudolph Bingen -
Gabrielle. win Frau. - M argaretKeep
Ooktor Karl Blatt
- . Willi* Cady
Rertha Mailer - - . V
Mrs. Blanche Richards spent
Saturday tran<acting business in
Portland, and visited friends and
relatives there bver Sundav.
Your HEALTH comes first.
convenient to come, Telephone 061
id in 18.
int for hi