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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1916)
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FOREST GROVE. OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH IS, 1916
(UB M EM BERS HOLD
MEETING FOR B A B IES
Hall. Rarebit and opera sticks
were served. Those present be
sides the Philomathean girls were
Grace G i b s o n , Helen Phillips,
Margaret Morgan, Lucile Robin-
inson, Mabel Patton and Irene
$1.50 per Year
The home of Mr. and Mrs. S.
A Walker was the scene of a
pretty wedding Sunday, when
their daughter, Miss Belle, was
The city council met in monthly
The merchants and business
united in marriage to Mr. Harlan session last night, with all mem-
LaMont. The bride, a beautiful b*rs present except Councilman
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Grove O b*™ *
was becomingly gowned. Nixon, but ni. absence was ac-
Baby W k by decorating their he said “A mother’s work was the
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Scott en-
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counted for by a written com
windjkvs with pictures of babies, greatest on earth under the shin- joyed “ Rebecca of Sunnybrook ! The couple left immediately for munication, in which he resigned
babyltoilet articles and other ac- ing canopy of heaven.” It takes Farm” at the Hippodrome Theater, Portland, where they spent a his position and asked to be re
cessofies for the comfort of thetod- more brains to raise a family of Portland, last Sunday night.
short honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. lieved of his duties pronto. The
I LaMont will make their home on resignation was accepted, but no
dJers. A committee¡from the wo rai!road or run a bank Under th
steps wire taken to fill the vacancy.
Jollity Reigned Supreme
! the LaMont farm.
man $club,composed of Mesdames head Qf “ p r0per Moral Teaining
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Night W atchman Bennett also
White Semour, Hoskins and Walk- Rev. Holmes said “ I would first
Saturday evening, a t their home
sent in a written notice of a desire
ler direction of Mrs. Todd, consider obedience and reverence whh^Jnna»
to quit April 1st and this, also,
,ucsted this recognition!«^ U im (ear of th« Almighty party ¡¡, Forcst G ^ C s c h a r in g
Street lights were ordered in at
young people, to celebrate the
George Wilcox returned from
? T those
- ! S motber
I S d a great
First avenue and Sixth street and
very thankful ,* to
Eastern Oregon Sunday evening. a t Sixth avenue and Fourth street.
A woman’s work is more
io cheerfully complied with laborious than any other work.
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Former Councilman Wirtz again
. to suit the different tastes were , , Max . Ricker, accompanied by a
_ _ luggestions. Nothing is bet-
Mrs. L. E. WUliams played a played. Refreshments of delicious delegation representing each of presented a bill of $7.00 for ex
t e r ® a town than the hearty CO- pretty instrumental solo; then Dr. t.iikes and ice cakes were served, the college classes, went to Mon- penses when going out of the city
ion of all its worth-while W alkerta ,,, ° n ‘T hf,Anatomy everything carrying out a color mouth last Friday for the state on city business and, for the sec
ts. The committee isalso ...
• He said the science scheme of pink, which is Eliza- oratorical contest While Ricker ond time the bill was turned down.
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with which medicine had to deal h e t h 's f a v o r i t e color T h e re u,aiuIltai conie^i. v\nue m caer
J. A. Thornburgh and E. W.
ful to the physicians who so went hand-in-hand with physiol-1 mainder of the evening wa« «1! has not had much training in or- Haines offered to deed to the city
gave their time to make the ogy The average young baby’s voted t0 dancing and “500.”
atory previous to this year, yet he an alley in rear of block 5 if the
oon of “Baby D ay” a success, head measures 13 1-2 inches if a
The guests were: Misses Beth developed into a good speaker and city would reimburse them for the
Brookbank, who appeared siH, and in a boy 13.9 inches. The Emerson, B a r b a r a Buchanan, won sixth place against the state, paving tax already paid anti as-
In the Program, f ve a very
The Lyceum course entertain- ?urne Hduie payments, l he of -
, fer was accepted,
int sting talk on the care of domen smaller .ta n .he ches., u n -1 g ----
presented by Schumanns! ~
Councilman McCready recom-
i until one year old. A few til the third year, when the three _____ ______ _ ___ *__ .
mendod that the city pay Frank
Rasmusen and Messrs. Quintette last Wednesday even- ______________
points made by the doctors dimensions are about the same, i Mabel
Frank Burlingham, Chester Buell; 'n& was certainly a grand treat to Bernard $15.00 as full payment
of interest to mothers who Dr. Walker said that sometimes Encell Todd, Robert Enschede, music lovers. A good crowd at- of damages to a private alley in
! not present. Among these wreckage is caused by lack of Willis Goff, Glen Hoar, William tended. These talented musicians I 'ay*nK a sewer, Bernard to waive
, , mineral salt in the system; that
Iwere the mistakes made by parents should ever be on the Martin, Howard Reeher, Lloyd played with a sincere enthusiasm all future rights to the alley.
Such an offer will be made Ber
m o t h e r s in permitting guard for nervous diseases, such Kirry.
that showed their appreciation of nard.
children to eat too much as infantile paralysis and epilepsy.
Last Saturday evening Mr. and the way the audience received
Recorder M a r k h a m read a
and other indigestible foods, About the fourth month muscu'ar Mrs. H. R. Bernard entertained them.
communication from the Civic
ihild should be ten years of development begins to be quite at a St. Patrick’s party a dozen of
The last game of the basket committee of the Woman’s club,
marked. Be sure and leave the | their friends and neighbors. The
thanking the council for personal
fore eating meats, such as legs free for good lively kicking playing of Irish games, telling ball season was played here Sat ur- donations
for the purchase of
iver, ham, etc. The nourish- and watch carefully for decay of Irish stories and a very tempting day evening between McMinn- trees to replace those cut down to
ds for young children which the teeth, either having them luncheon were features of the ev- ville College and P. U. Both make room for sidewalks,
be used after the ninth filled or pulled to prevent injury ening.
teams played with a little less pep
City Engineer Kirkwood report-
are coddled eggs, beef to the health of the child.
work going very slowly on the
Mrs. McEldowney sang and
said, in his opinion the
game. In In the the first
on toast or crackers. The Mrs. Williams played while all Security will hold a social evening was
were keeping open too
d child is the one who kicks sang “My Country. ’Tisof Thee.”
and not complet-
The president asked Mrs. Ash
creams when mad. The
r “ Mac.” However, in the last half, in work as they went along.
ill of colic usually utters a
The officers of the Woman’s the Baptists played with renewed This induced Councilman Me-
cry and the child th a t is she did with prayer.
club are arranging for a public deternination a n d h e l d P. U. Cready to remind the council th at
meeting a t the Congregational down to a tie score of 9 to 9. P. in three months it had spent in
and fretful certainly is not
S O C IA L N O T E S
church a t 2:30 p. m Monday, U.’s advantage in the first half the neighbourhood of $1,700 for
properly nourished by the
March 27th, to hear a speaker made the final score stand 32 t o , inspection. He thought the in-
of food used. Absorption or
Glenn Morgan spent an exceed- from the Extension department of 21 in favor of P. U. Considering specting force should be cut to
poisoning cares were ones
doctors should be consulted. ingly happy birthday Thursday the O. A. C. The speaker will that Wilcox was not in the game one-third.
tried to reply to the remarks and
Hawke talked on preventa- when his mother surprised him by d '-scuss the care of lawns, land- this is a good showing.
iseases of young children and j „ v l ^ several of his college 1
The second teams played a finally got in the opinion that the
Ihat statistics given are that
following in which P. U. contractors would be pleased to
30 children die annually from friends to dinner. The table was
again won. P. U.’s second team have the inspecting force cut off
ct. Most of these deaths oc beautifully decorated and a splen-
lost to “ Mac” before, so it was a entirely. Engineer Kirkwood was
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iring the first year. Aphysi- did chicken dinner was served.
source of no little satisfaction to of the same opinion and just as
can do more to prevent than All enjoyed it and ate to their lull-
HI AlHlUal oPSSIOfl win this game. The score was 36 things were getting interesting
ire a disease. The above- est capacity. Those who attend-
Ten members of the Forest to 16. The close of the season (about 11:45) Mayor Paterson
lioned death rate in ten years ed were: Thayne Livesay, Harold Grove Commercial club answered finds P. U. the undisputed Cham- quelled the volcano by suggesting
avesay, Harold ^ r o ^ o m m e r a a . ^ u D answereo pion oftheNon-eonference league, a conference between the council
amount to a city the size
, . and , elected J.
came n played
la v e d and the contractors a t a near date.
pcago Dr. Hawke said the Reed, Leslie Webb , Vene Stanley i Monday
After allowing the monthly bills,
lintine regulations could not and Glenn Jack.
Hurley, E. ' W. Haines, L. M.
council adjourned to March 21st.
severe; th at in a case recov-
A surprise party was given Graham, C. A. Littley, W. J. Mc-
Dull student: “ Is there any law
[from scarlet fever the child
High School to Entertain
night by the Congrega-
destroying U. S. coins?” j
not be allowed to mingle
Haskell Ferrin and C. A. Broder-
High School is extending
jthers for from eight to ten
Professor: “ Yes, there is.”
sen as directors.
to the interested
. The doctor spoke of a their able leader, Mrs. E. E.
Dull student: “ Well, then what
The directors later organized by
erum to be used to prevent Williams. The party assembled electing officers as follows:
could you do to a man if he threw public to attend an open session
ling cough from running
say a five dollar gold piece into of the several students’ organiza
President—J. P. Hurley.
tions of the School on Friday
three weeks, saying th at in at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gil
Vice President—O. H. Holmes. the Willamette river?”
of this week. The pro
1st, thirty per cent of all
Secretary—H. E. Ferrin.
Bright student: “ They could gram will commence promptly a t
en under one year having it liams home in a body. The sur
Treasurer—C. A. Littler.
send him to the insane asylum .” 7:30, with music by the orchestra.
||ed, and the disease lasted prise was complete. Games were
Secretary Ferrin reported that
Throughout the year all of the
fcix weeks to six months.
The Freshman pi ¡y was pre
played and those present pro the club had collected in dues $56
of the school have been
Kauffman spoke on sanita- nounced it a regular old-fashioned during the year. Other receipts sented last night before a crowded
participating in some activity in
“ Let your back yard be the
Difintv refreshm ent brought the'total up to $72.10're- house. The p l a y was “ T h e which a public appearance n fore
if your neighbor.” Be sure good time U , ty U !
reived and expended. Treasurer Elopement of Ellen.” The parts
Fat the fly but let the adults were served. Those present were Littler’s report coincided with that were well acted all t h e w a y a group of students is necessary.
for it has been known in Prof, and Mrs. Thomas, Mr. and of the secretary. President Hur-1 through and showed much prepa- These interests a r e Orchestra,
| where prizes were awarded Mrs. O. H. Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. ley made a short report of the ration and hard work had been Girls’ and Boys’ Glee Clubs and
Bad flies by the quart, the Underhill, Mr. and M rs. Patter club’s activities. He said that, done. The sommittee in charge Dramatic and Literary Societies.
Friday evening the Dramatic class
sters f ix e d u p breeding
while business men were backward of the production deserve much
for them. Roaches, bod- son, Mr. and Mrs. Mayne Ab about attending meetings, they credit for the success of the play. will present a reading a n d a
fleas and the town dog bott, M r. and Mrs. Fred Jones, generally came to the front with Between acts Mr Morgan sang a sketch from the play “ Richelieu,”
id be cleaned up also. Dress Dr. and Mrs. Walker, Dr. and contributions when anything was solo th at called for an encore. the Glee Clubs will sing, the
Children more for comfort than Mrs. Kauffman, Mrs. Seymour, to be done for the Upbuilding of This was followed by a solo by orchestra will play and represent
tyle, allowing them plenty of Mrs. Gilmore, Mrs. Ingersoll, the town or county.
Miss Thorley, who also responded atives of two literary societies
will debate the question of mili
air and raise them in
Mr. Graham reported that the to an encore. Miss Davis, also
ure of from 65 to 70 degrees ^ re’ White, Mrs. McEldowney, federal government was -about to of the Freshman class, played a tary training in the public schools.
being careful not to ex- ^ r - Willard, Mrs. Carmack, Mrs. sell the g ro u n d on w h i c h the violin solo. Following the last A group of boys of the literary
(them to a sudden change, House, Camilla Abernathy, Pearl Indian school once stood, which, act, Mr. Irle, president of the society will present in Shakespear-
jot omit frequent bathing, Hall, Liola House, Lucile Higby in his opinion, was a bad move Freshman
r reshrnan class, read
rearl a v e r y
doctor closed by saying “A and Helen Phillips.
for Forest Grove, as the agricul- humorous prophecy of the Soph- 1 I |dgunjnier-Night s Dream,
[is just as clean as its people.”
tural department needed the prop- o m o r e class. Altogether t h e
George Haskell Collier, who was
V’ o 11 m e r was to have Saturday afternoon the Philo- erty for its bugology station. The evening was full of interest from from 1866 to 1876 professor of
on..D e u i
of mathean girls e n t e r t a i n e d the lot is known as block 6 and first to last. Those taking part chemics and physics at Pacific
ren. Kev. Holmes took Mrs.
^rls who s e r v e d at the Philo ban- is 201x397 feet in dimensions. A in the play were: Miss M argaret University, this city, died at his
er s place and said he felt
, number of those present promised Marsh, Miss Grace Haines, Miss home a t Eugene, yesterday morn-
shot rattling around m a ;quet.
the ^ w r j te their congressmen, ask- Ella Dews, Mr. Barendrick, Mr. ing, aged 89. A great many of
handling this impromptu matinee, after which a delightful ¡niZ that the lot be given to the Jensvold, Mr. Romig and Mr. the pioneers of Washington county
The mothers present, how- afternoon was spent a t Herrick agricultural department.
j will remember Professor Collier.