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A N IN D E P E N D E N T W E E K L Y N EW SPAPER
, No. 12
FOREST G R O V E . O R E G O N . T H U R S D A Y , M A R C H 30. 1916
funny some of the spectators are
still laughing. And John Temple-
IGHTS OF PYTHIAS
CELEBRATE BIRTH DAY f i S S K H E
e ‘ ‘brave men” of the local
. of P- lodge have had many en
joyable celebrations in the past,
but <he t w e n ty -fi f t h birthday
party celebrated M onday night
edipied anything heretofore at
Hughes, M r. and
M rs. Jack
Latta, M r. and M rs. Geo. G .
Hancock, M r. and M rs. J. J.
W irtz and M r. and Mrs. J. W .
Hughes of Forest Grove.
historv. On the fir^t Wednesday
evening in April M rs. Tem pleton’s
division will show what they can
do in the entertaining line.
. A delightful surprise party was
given M rs. B. F . W hite M onday
evening, when the Congregational
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
J. E . Pogue has returned from
a visit at Salem.
R ev. R. A . Dunlap made a trip
to Portland M onday.
Herman Bernard was in Hills
boro on business M onday.
M r. Elmer M ay was in Hills
boro on business Taesday.
J. N . and Carl Hoffman had
business in Portland Tuesday.
Miss M ary Beach, who has been
j confined to her home with a
sprained knee, was down town to
Both the Pacific and Schultz
markets have purchased auto de
livers wagons to make trips into
Clinton M cGill, who returned
from Eugene last week, suffering
from an attack of typhoid, is get
ting along nicely.
Prof. A . L. Peck of the O A Choir .and, a few otber fri? nds
The fun started when Knight C . Extension Course gave a very i mystenousiy appeared a t h e r
lodge led the and instructive illu s-: beau.tlful suburban home: T h e
singing of a martial song, support- trated address at the Star Theatre eve!ling ^ ’as baPP''y passed with
various diversions. Delicious re-
M onday afternoon. Mrs. Wilbur ,
. . .
M cEldowney beautifully rendeced reshmtints
big feature of the program
“ I Hear You Calling M e .” The ruom s0™ew.here aud ab enjoyed
next, when Grand Chancel-
W om an’s Club Melody Chorus the evening immensely.
mmander Willard B. M arks
Bad Boys Come to Grief
ted veterans’ jewels to H. then sang a very pleasing selec
nson, E . B . Sappington, E. tion. Emma Craft’s violin solo
Two Forest Grove boys, aged 13
alone was enough worth going to
i and 15 years, M onday plead guilty
W escott, surviving charter I near.
ers of Delphos lodge. The . Tbe conversion of back yards before Judge Reasoner of Hills-
Shearer & Son have rented the
wo named are still residents m tobeanty spots was one thing boro to breaking into N . B . La-
rest Grove, M r. Heitzhauzen i ? u , . e T u P o n aad some interest- j Course’s store in this city on the i Naylor room, north of the Rus
sell shoe store, and will move their
oved to. Portland, but still possibilities
« JUS t T k h ? e ; night of
March „ 6th
and . carrying
store some time next week.
membership in the local Dosslbl,ltlea a,nnor th,s bnp
address throughout was interest- awa>’ between $5.00 and $6.00 in
M r. and M rs. Irving S. Phillips
while M r. Gist has trans-
to Yamhill and M r. W es- ing and helpful and much en- money and a quantity of tobacco, spent Tuesday night with rela*
to Gaston. The chancellor joyed and appreciated by all those The court sentenced the boys to tives in Forest Grove, and W ed
the industrial school at Salem and nesday morning went home to T il
ander is a good speaker and
! they have by this time been taken lamook City.
the presentation in a frater-
i to that institution.
S O C IA L N O T E S
d impressive manner,
Charles Martin who has been
Sunday night the K . of P. hall employed in the store of A . G.
ns were then given three
M r. and Mrs. George G . Pat-|was broken into and some money Hoffman & Co., will go to Buxton
r W n iu .
' erson entertained a number of taken out of the till, so it appears ; the first of April to take up new
; fien d s at dinner Saturday e v e n -! there are some other people who ! duties there.
° f P elph° - -lodge’ ,tb? n 1 ing
After a sumptuous repast, need watching,
Totten, the magician, who was
on the recipient.- of the the guests spent the evening at
' to appear last night as the last
for remarks and each spoke cards and music. Those prt,sent
[number of the Lyceum course,
gly of his fealty to the order were: M r. and M rs. Cecil Creel,
failed to arrive and the enter
is appreciation of the honor M r. and Mrs. Cornelius Richard-j
tainment will be given at 7 : 1 ."i
i son, D r. and Mrs. Samuel Todd,
(Thursday), Marsh Hall.
Walker favored the com- j Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meresse, D r.
W hen it was reported in the
with a v o c a l s o l o ; Mr. and M rs. Earl Brookbank, M r . meeting of the Forest Grove Com -
e did likewise, the entire and M rs. Arthur Caples and M iss mercial club on the evening of
any sang “ America” and all Langley.
March 13th that a lot owned in
to the banquet hall, where a
W i l b u r ^McEldowney this city by the federal govern-
Spring vacation is over. E very
cafetena| entertained the Fleur de Lis club ment was about to be placed on one was back M onday refreshed
Thursday evening. Delicious re- the market and sold, it was sug- and in fine spirits, glad of the
od cheer radiated
diated during the freshments were served and the gested that a number of the mem- rest, but just as glad to be back
Ing and a number of talks evening was spent at needle-work bert wrlte Congressman Willis C.
in school again.
made by visiting Knights and political discussion.
Hawley, asking that, ins ead of
Miss Nettie Davis has returned
‘officers, as well as by local
selling the lot, the government
a week’s visit with old friends
M rs. House’s home was the transfer it from the department of
and incidentally to attend the
e members of the Yamhill
Kappa Delta party Friday even
presented M r. Gist with a day afternoon, when the Adult of Agriculture, so that it might be
boquet of carnations as a
The members of the Glee Club
of their pride in his years of Sunday School entertained the X - bureau of entomology, a branch
rays. The rooms were prettily of which has been established in report a fine trip, every minute of
which was enjoyed. They sang
d e c o r a t e d with camellias. A this city.
ring the evening Commander
before full houses and had a very
musical and literary program was
made an a d d r e s s on
given, and refreshments served to Congressman Hawley writes the successful trip in spite of the rain.
fiian Service” that was much
the following guests
Mesdames [editor of the Express as follows:
Coach Yakel is busy getting
Randall, Ingersoll, A . P. W est,
Washington, D. C., March 21. the men in shape for baseball and
ong the distinguished visit-
Prof. W est, Frost, Gibson, Hawke, ••Mr. w . C. Benfer,
field meet work every afternoon
abroad were Grand
Philip, Rogers, Alexander, Bi-hop,
“ Manager, The Forest Grove Express, now. The men are turning out
icellor Commander Marks of Livingston, Hunter, Russell, Pot-
Forest Grove, Oregon,
well and show grea enthusiasm.
n y ; Walter G . Gleason, grand win, Thomas, Hoskins, Pringle,
“ My Dear Sir:— I have introduced a
Prof. Kenneth Latourette of
r of records and seals, Port- House, Connett and the Misses i bill, H. R. 13166, which I expect to
and J. M . W ahl, of Hills- Lizzie a n d Jennie A rm sto n g , call up today before the Committee on Reed College, who has lived in
Indian Affairs. I have conferred with China and whose early home was
past grand chancellor,
Crook, Staley, House and Master the Commissioner and Assistant Com in Forest Grove, gave an inter
ton sent twenty knights to John Norman W est.
missioner of Indian Affairs and they esting talk this morning on “ W hat
said they would report favorably on
celebration, Yamhill fifteen
The Spelling Bee at the Con the proposed transfer. When they have W e Owe to Our Ancestry as A p
illsboro an auto load. In
church Tuesday even made such report I think the Commit plied to Citizenship.”
ere were ninety knights in
tee on Indian Affairs will report the
ing was a great success in every bill favorably to the House.
They Made Good
way. First was a suit case race,
“ With best wishes, I am,
was an occasion that will
The members of the P. U . Glee
followed by the spelling. “ Patience
“ Yours truly,
e remembered by all so for-
Club have returned from their in
Hathaway” and “ The Professor
as to be present.
terstate tour and Manager Glenn
from Boston” were great hits.
Morgan reports that they made
Their China Wedding
expenses at every
t • j t „
out in costume and program. The
o dozen of the friends of M r. coj|ege ma|e qUartet gave three
played, i n c I u d i n g St. Helens,
. Jackson, living beautiful selections, the Congre- out of the Forest Grove Restau Camas, Washougal and Vancouv
ile east of Hillsboro, assisted
. , .
gational church orchestra played rant several weeks ago, refused to er. The members of the club also
,ngJiD and wasenchored. Clarence Len- be forced out of business and has sang in Portland Friday, the men
partnership with appearing at Jefferson and Frank
neville gave a vocal solo and Fred entered into
and rented the lin high schools and the girls at
c i t v r c n n r M v tb,e Ru.est> Jones gave several comic readings,
P t a 6ry enjoy‘ M r. Walker played some old time Corl building, on Pacific avenue. \ Washington high, being enthus
o k , - , i
music. Lester Jones’ bass horn where they will open a new res iastically received.
taurant about M onday of next
r a fte d w
h jUPwr “ * } r
by * "• ,A p * S
A t T u e s d a y night’s special
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and doughnuts were served in the week.
jes of this city presented the
meeting of the city “ dads,” the
old time school room lunch pails.
s of honor with a fine dinner
pairs and furniture and fixtures matter of purchasing a street
Ethe gift of the guests. After
The Royal Neighbors have pre have b»en purchased to equip a grader was discussed and the
and M rs. J a c k s o n had pared a program and refreshments
neat little eating place. Quite a purchasing c o m m i t t e e was in
©wledged their appreciation for the Modern Woodmen, to be
number of citizens have asked structed to ascertain the cost of
le gift, cards were produced pulled
off at M
L O. O. F. hall to' these people to open an American »uch a machine. The city engi
the remainder of the evening morrow evening
restaurant and they promise to neer will be asked to make a new
spent at cards and music,
survey of fractional lots to be
Tuesday evening the pupils of keep an up-to-date place, with a traversed by the sewer, in order
guests were M r. and M rs.
Emerick, M r. and Mrs. the Purdin school gave an excel
that the council may know how
can appetites and pocketbooks.
>b Milne, Dr. and M rs. Smith, lent entertainment of music, rec
much of the cost may be assessed
and M rs. Miltenberger, M r. itations and other features at the
Mrs. LeRoy Needham and son, to the property. Somebody hav
M rs. Henry Schmeltzer, Dr. David Hill hall. More than 100 Arthur, who have spent the winter ing complained that the city team
M rs. Chas. Pollock, M rs. H . persons attended the entertain in Forest Grove and Oakland, was keeping people awake nights
-an, Miss M attie Roff and ment.
Cal., left Tuesday for their home in by pawing and kicking, this m at
Taylor, all of Hillsboro; M r.
After the regular meeting of the Arnold, Nebraska. They were ac- ter was discussed and several
Mrs. O. G . Holmes of Port- Rebekah lodge last .evening, M rs. companied from here by Grandpa councilmen thought
M r. and Mrs._ Flint of Aldrich’s entertainment commit- A .
who goes came from a stable just west of
and M rs. S.
tee put on a farce that was so there to spend the summer.
the city barn. N o action taken.
Letters to Hawley
Are Bearing Fruit
$1.50 per Year
N ext Saturday morning, April
1st, 1916, Robert P . W irtz will
become postmaster of F o r e s t
Grove and on the same date
: Enoch M oore will become city
[ treasurer and lignt and water col
lector for the said city of Forest
Grove, positions now held by JNir.
M r. W irtz was appointed post
master during January, but his
commission did not arrive until
last Friday, at which tim e he
handed M ayor Patterson his res
ignation as city treasurer and
light and w a t e r collector. A t
Tuesday evening's council meeting
the resignation was accepted and
the mayor appointed M r. M oore
to the trio of positions being re
linquished by M r. W irtz. The
appointment was confirmed by a
unanimous vote of the councilmen,
who fixed M r. M oore’s bond at
Ever since Friday Postmaster
Hines has been showing his suc
cessor the ropes about the post-
office and, between times, Treas
urer Wirtz has been doing a like
service for M r . Moore in the
Asked if he would make any
changes in the working force at
the postoffice. M r. W'irtz stated
he would not, as he considered all
the employes efficient and faith
Will Banquet on
N ext Tuesday evening at 6 :3 0 ,
at the Congregational church, the
members of the W om an’s club and
the Commercial club will serve an
“ Oregon P r o d u c t s Banquet,”
where all the food served is taken
from the soil and waters of Ore
gon. Preparations are made to
serve about sixty couples and
those who care to attend should
see R . W . Reder, chairman of the
committee on r e s e r v a t i o n s .
Prices, 50c per plate.
“ M oore" Salmon Loaf, Mr. Bailey
Hines’ (Not Heinz) Pickles
W e Three—Caples, Hoffman and
Scalloped Potatoes, a la F. J. Miller
Saltine W afers and Vanilla W afers
From “ True Hlue" Biscuit Co.
I " in ic B lu e" G iltn e r Co.
Oh ! W omen’s Club Baked Beans
White Bread, a la “ Our Mayor”
The " Q u n n V
F. G. W . C. Salad *
Uncrowned “ Royal A n n " Cherries
“ Mont-Ore” Prunes
“ H azelnut" Butter, via Schultz
Cream de Carnation
Forest Grove Ice Cream, all the Time
Club Cakes, by the Women
The Kings’ “ Golden W e s t " Coffee
“ Meadow Grove” Cheese
“ Our Oregon D r y " (Evaporated)
There will be a program of
music, toasts and other features
c leulated to promote loyalty to
County Treasurer Sappington
attended t h e council meeting
Tuesday night, f r o m force of
habit, and stated to the dads that
he had decided to give them the
city’s share of the special road
fund to use on the street inter
sections, as in the past. I.ast
year this fund amounted to about
There were those who
claimed a change i n the law
would prevent the city securing
this money, but Treasurer Sap
pington felt it his duty to come
M rs. H . B . Luce from near
Newport, was here the first of the
week visiting friends and looking
after business matters. Mr. and
M rs. Luce formerly were residents
of Forest Grove, and still own
their old home property on South
at poo t