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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1916)
AN IN D EPEN D EN T WEEKLY NEW SPAPER
1, No. 9
FOREST GROVE, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1916
$1.50 per Year
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Goff, M r.and
The Right Kind
FTY YEARS OF
The Express has just heard of Mrs. O. W. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. LIVE CANDIDATES
Frank Mi l l e r , M r. and Mrs.
the neighborly acts of a bunch of George
Paterson, Mr. and Mrs.
people of the Eagle’s Nesl section, D. R. Cheney, Mr. and Mrs.
WEDDED BLISS along
Gales Creek. On Saturday
Harry Giltner, Mr. and Mrs. Cor
Realizing th a t all people who
nelius Richardson, Miss Manche
Langley and Mrs. Kinney.
amount to much have attained
their eminence by the use of pub
Mrs. Wilbur McEldowney gave licity of some sort, three candi
a “ 500” party Thursday evening dates for sheriff are this week ask
at her home. Twenty guests en ing readers of the Express to
joyed her hospitality, and refresh remember them on May 19th, the
ments were served at a late hour. date of the primaries. Each of
these candidates admits he wants
Mrs. B. F. White entertained a ‘ the office and promises to serve
group of friends at dinner Tues- j the people well if elected. They
day evening at her beautiful sub- are probably all honorable men,
urban home, north of town
] with good intentions, so it be
comes a m atter of personality in
J jg s s S
M isses M o n a Mallory a n d selecting the next sheriff.
Avanel McIntyre l a s t Friday
The first to send his announce
evening entertained a t the home ment in was J. C. App’egate, the
of the latter the high school teach present efficient deputy sheriff,
ers and a few other friends. The who wants to be head man in the
evening was spent at games, mus- office for two years He has many
ic and a taffy pull.
I loyal backers who say he should
Eastern Stars Entertain
j be nominated and elected.
! That they never do things by
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
Right on his heels came the an
halves was demonstrated by the
A daughter was born yesterday nouncement of George G. Han
members of Forest Chapter O. E. to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Elliott.
cock of this city, for two terms
-------------------------------------------- S., Monday n i g h t , when they
Mrs. Lewis Mayea returned sheriff, who served the people
THE GOLDEN W EDDING
entertained the charter members this wTeek from a two weeks’ visit
l very happy event a t Forest
loyally and economically and then
i re last Sunday was the Cele (W ritten for the Fiftieth A nniversary in honor of the chapter’s twentieth with relatives in Portland.
aside and took a turn a t
of the Marriage of Henry F. Gordon * anniversary . The charter mem
Mrs. Lee Covert left yesterday banking and selling real estate.
ron of the fiftieth anniversary and Ellen Steward. Forest Grove, bers of Tualatin chapter, of Hills-
le wedding of Henry Franklin Ore., March 5, 1916.)
J boro, had been invited to attend for Portland, where she will visit He wants to be sheriff again and
his friends say he has the best of
i and ten of the eleven living mem friends for a week or ten days.
ion and Ellen Stewart,
J u s t fifty years ago today,
bers were present, as follows: Dr.
le original event occurred in A half a century away,
Yesterday a f t e r n o o n a tall,
and Mrs. Wood, Dr. and Mrs.
lillion county, Illinois, at the Out on the plains of Illinois
Mrs. J. E. Pogue, phone 0145.
strong, intelligent-looking gentle
le of the bride’s parents, who A P o ach er stood with holy joy,
A. B. Thomas, who has been man came in and laid on the ed
j Mr. and Mrs. Barrette and Mr.
. . . .
1 But smiling like a watermelon,
pioneers in that region.
And forthwith married Frank and Ellen. and Mrs. Deitchman; there are among the invalids for several itor’s desk a card b e a r i n g the
nine charter members of the local months, is able to be about again. name of “J. W. Connell.” There
Hie groom was the son of a soldier boy with raven hair
chapter living and of these seven
The Portland Oregonian six was a lot of other printing on the
>mas W. Gordon, M. D., of the Beamed down upon a maiden fair,
days a week and the Forest Grove card, the drift of it being that
linnati, Ohio, Medical College. ; And pledged his hand and h eart and
Mrs. A. B. Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Express once a week for only j M r. Connell wanted the republi
[r. and Mrs. Gordon are well gizzard
can nomination for sheriff and
•Tr , .
. i I T m hat
a t ne
u uc ‘from A to Izzard.” E. W. Haines, S. G. Hughes, Mrs. $6.00 a year.
wanted everybody to know it.
iwn in Washington county, j S h e b l u s h e d a n d v o w e d in tender tone, M artha Dilley and Mrs. James
The DeMoss Musical E n ter He is a Hillsboro business man,
mg settled a t Hillsboro in To be his only, only own,—
tainers are booked for the Star
After the regular Chapter meet Theater on the night of M arch! has lived in the Willamette Val
and later, on a farm near Forsake all beaux and be his wife,
ley all his life, was two terms
ing the members and guists to 24th, at 15c and 25c.
St Grove, where they Still re- For richer, poorer, all her life.
of Washington county and
the number of four score enjoyed
Mrs. Margaret M a l l o r y and 1 belives his record while in office
and enjoy the fruits of an He squeezed her hand, and smacked an excellent banquet and program.
family have moved into the house
|ve, industrious life.
And sealed a knot th a t did not slip.
The program opened with a on “A” street owned and formerly ] should secure him his nomination.
District Judge George R. Bag-
/Kile they have been suffering The Springs have come, the Springs song by the 0 . E. S. Ladies' occupied by John Anderson.
is also using the Express col-
an attack of the grippe, they
The final number of the Lyce- Unm- to ask for the nomination as
illy enjoy pretty good health
urn course will be given Wednes- judge of the Nineteenth district,
¡people of seventy-three, and Come flocking in from all their spread- Hollis and E. W. Haines respond day evening, March 29th, by which embraces Washington t^ d
ed thereto; then there was a piano Prof. Totten, the famous magician. Tillamook counties.
fair to celebrate the return of To celebrate the Golden Wedding
solo by Mrs. Misz, talks by Drs.
Karl Schaefer of the Kansas
State Senator W. H. Hollis of
j day for several years to come The blackbirds fill the poplar tree,
Wood and Bailey and Mr. Cran
dall; a vocal solo by Mrs. Car City district ran a nail into his this city has in the same issue an
hiring the dinner hour an im- The robins add their jubilee.
left hand this morning and came
th at he is willing
lptu program was rendered. The roosters stru t while they debate mack: violin solo by Mrs. Thomp to town to have the wound looked announcement
to run the judge a race for the
How they escaped their com rades’ fate. son, of Omaha; more talks, by
Hunter read the poem writ- The hearth is wide, the table spread,
Mr. Barrette, Mr. Deitchman and after.
I for her golden wedding, W. S. And all are glad the pair was wed.
L. A. Fernsworth, the bright
S. G. Hughes; vocal solo by Mrs. j
Idon read an original jingle, If they had not, if they had not,
Inlow; talks by Mesdames A. B. cal Association will hold a meet and scrappy editor of the Banks
If. O. V. White, Mrs. Ella I t would have changed things quite a Todd and James Shepherd; an ing in this city tomorrow (Thurs Herald, is also using the Express
other song by the chorus;several day), a t which time officers will to advertise his wants of an of
ter and others spoke, and the lot.
fice. His belief is th a t he should
songs by Boys’ Quartet, miscel be elected.
Washington county in
The Hillsboro Odd Fellows and
laneous music and dancing.
And fancy us, a fate more g rim !
It was an occasion th at will Rebekahs are giving a basket the state legislature and the ed-
Tew indeed are able to see all J J u s t cyphers left, w ithout the rim !
long linger in the memories of the social at iheir hall Friday night | itor of the Express believes he
and invite the
brothers and should have one of the nomina
local and visiting Stars.
children and grandchildren
tions, as there are two other sim
ent on such an occasion,
ilar jobs to give out.
“ Bess’’ and "M arie’' all forlorn,
George Naylor is having the
of the grandchildren, Roland | And
The first to advertise his wants
Because their husbands were not born,— Eunice Bernard entertained in floor lowered in the building re
and Evelyn Gordon, im- ! J u s t two old maids in g rief profound,
honor of her house guest, Miss cently vacated by G. A. Gilmore along political lines in the Express
Norma Goucher of McMinnville, and it is rumored a restaurant was Henry Kuratli. who has
onated the honored bride and W ithout a man to boss around!
served notice early and often th at
»m, and were dressed in the But still there struggles in my throat. The house was decorated in mem- will be the next occupant.
he wants to be county clerk.
Itical suits used at the wed- A minor key, a softer note,
Manager Hoffman of the Star
the earlier part of the evening
As when the sun with slanting rays
as they have been carefully Bends o’er the Indian Summer days,— was spent in some amusing guess was disappointed Tuesday when
Mrs. Taylor Loses Mother
the film f o r “ The Christian”
srved all these years,
Robert M. Taylor arrived
I t 's glow is warm, i t ’s breath is sweet,
were selected for the somewhat failed to arrive. T h e booking in this city early Tuesday morn
number of interesting pictures But leaves are rustling a t the feet.
hilarious game of “ I’m a Million agent says the film is lost some ing with the body of her mother,
These Golden Weddings are so rare,
aire.” At the close of the even where in Eastern Oregon.
lose present were:
and They come but once to every pair.
Somebody broke into A. Gris Mrs. Rebecca J . Cornish, who
ing a two-course luncheon was
J. W. Gates and sons Ro- O Life, O Love, O hearts th a t burn
popcorn wagon Monday died a t Snohomish, Wash., last
As time sweeps on beyond return!
Gordon and Johnnie, of But He who shaped our m ortal clay,
idea was also carried out. Honors, night and carried off a little candy Saturday of heart disease. De-
sboro; Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Discerned out thought and marked the went to Miss Florence Webley, and a few apples. I he damage io Ceased was 84 years
Ion and daughters, Evelyn way
while Mrs. Will Schultz carried the wagon was more than the had been a resident of the Sno
stolen goods amounted to and
Helen, of Astoria; Mr. and From e a rth ’s brief span to yonder shore. home the consolation prize.
Mr. Griswold is losing patience, homish district for eighteen years.
J . A. Leiter and children, W here time is told in years no more.
this is the second time this has She was taken seriously ill two
la, Virginia and Joe, Jr., of If once w e're led by heaven’s lure,
Mrs, Allen and Mrs. Doane
rnelius; Prof, and Mrs. O. V. Our calling and election sure.
weeks ago and Mrs. Taylor went
yesterday afternoon served a cafe
The three Home and School to her bedside, where she re
lite, of Albany; Mr. and Mrs. Then come w hat may, w e'll laugh and teria lunch at the home of the
5. Gordon and Mrs. Hunter, of sing.
former for the benefit of the M. League organizations of the city | mained until the end came. Be
rest Grove; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Unmoved by w hat the world may bring. E. Aid society fund. The lunch were consolidated a t a meeting sides Mrs Taylor, deceased leaves
cell, of Hillsboro; Miss Cristina So h ere’s to both in m arried bliss,
was nice and the affair was un held last Friday night, it being two other daughters, Mrs. Rene
the opinion of the members that j
psacker and Henry Heesacker, And many years as good as this.
usually well patronized.
good could be accomplished Burley and Mrs. Mary Burley of
— William Stew ard Gordon.
effors. The organiza-1 Everett, Wash., and two sons,
Sixteen guests were entertained
Walter Cornish of Shelby, Neb.,
at "500” Wednesday evening at tion will hereafter be known as
Joseph Wonderly Called
a widow and four grown children, the home of Mr. and Mrs. A rthur the Parent-Teachers’ association. and Albert Cornish of San Fran-
The husband and father
Joseph Lemere Wonderly, aged all living a t Prineville. Deceased Caples. Refreshments were served T h e officers have corresponded CISC0>
| years, died a t Cornelius last was a member of the Christian and the evening passed very pleas with the officers of the Child Wel
iday of heart disease. De- church and funeral services were antly and all too quickly for those get an exhibit and lecturer to vanin and was raised in the
who was born in Mary- held in the Forest Grove Under- present.
visit this city in the near future, Quaker faith.
Id in 1851, was a resident of taking chapel Monday afternoon,
Services were held a t Snoho
Mrs. Arthur Caples gave the and they are informed th a t Dr.
leville and came to Cornelius Rev. J. F. Ashley officiating, and second in a series of "500” parties B. W. DeBusk of Corvallis will mish and the body was interred
weeks ago to receive treat- the body was laid to rest in For- Tuesday evening. Those present be sent to Forest Grove Tuesday, in Forest View cemetery near
lt for his ailment. He leaves est View cemetery.
this city Tuesday morning.
were: Mr. and Mrs. M. J . Abbott, j March 28th.
Feb. 26th, fire broke out in the
roof of the home of M r. and Mrs.
J. W. Kyle and gained such head
way that, even with the help of
the neighbors, it was not possible
to save the roof. Next day all
the neighbors returned, hauled
cedar, split shakes and put a new
roof on the Kyle home before
they quit work. Surely, neigh-
I bors like that are worth having.