Image provided by: Washington County Cooperative Library Service; Hillsboro, OR
About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1916)
¿Forest (iron? ^Express
Vol. 1, No. 13
in d e p e n d e n t
n ew spaper
FOREST GROVE. OREGON. THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1916
The County Seat
SERVED AT FEAST
Wnahirurton C ounty Editorial Aaaorlatlon
N ew s H u rttu
$1.50 per Year
Mrs. Clark a splendid hostess.
Those present were Mesdames
Shrock, Conger, Woodcock, Jack-
son, Knox, Sparks, Tumbleson,
Fox and Clark.
Y. W. C. A.
The e hi«
i > ik feature of “ Home Pro
The Azalea Club met with Mrs. . Ihe Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Con-
Edward Schulmerich has filed
ducts Week,” so far as Forest U. Male Quartet he introduced suit against R. L. Sears for the Winnifred Aldrich Saturday even- ^erence for the Colleges of North
Grove is concerned, was the fine one of the most enjoyable features
ing. After a business session, a ern Oregon will meet here thi3
h iiiciuet served to sixty Couples St of the evening. Before the aud satisfaction of a note dated in social time was held and refresh week-end, beginning with Friday
the First Congregational church ience would allow Messrs. Stanley, March, 1911. Plaintiff demands ments served. T h o s e present night and continuing through till
ig I by the ladies of Morgan, Webb and Livesay to judgment for the sum of $443 50. were : Anna Togue, Miss Newell, Sunday
_ The , _ schools
the Woman's Club. While th» cease, they had sung four numbers
members of the Commercial Club one of which was in honor of Hoffarber vs. Emma J. Derrick, Belle Darling,
Grace Pacific College,
Go.lege, Oregon State
Normal, McMinnville College,
had a small finger in the arrange Judge Hollis and his candidacy for
plaintifr alleges that a contract
ments, practically all the work circuit judge.
Mrs. Maud Buxton, Mrs. Inger- Newberg High, Dallas High, Pa
was made with the defendent in soll, Mrs. Hazel Carmack, Mrs. cific University and Forest Grove
and planning fell to the lot of the
club women and that they did nice little speech, in which he in volving certain lots in an acre M. E. O'Neil. Mrs. Lulu Bayne, High.
Friday evening will be the re
their part well was attested by troduced Senator W . H. Hollis as age tract southeast of Tigard, for Mrs. Mabel Giltner, Mrs. John
the variety and quality of the “ our next circuit judge," and the the sum of $1100, which the de Stewart, Mildred Carmack and ception for delegates and local
high school girls in Mar-h Hall.
It was a real ban judge proceeded to boost Oregon, fendent still owes. PlaintifT asks Mrs. Hill.
Saturday morning, hible study
quet, well cooked and admirably its people and products in his in for payment of remainder of con
Mrs. F. A. Moore gave a party hour and technical addresses and
served, and, what is more to the imitable way. He considered Ore tract and costs of suit.
Monday afternoon in honor of technical conferences. At noon
point, practically every article on gon a much greater country than
the second anniversary of the the Conference luncheon for del
the table was from the soil and
of her little daughter, Thel egates and Y. W. C. A. members,
waters of Oregon. The tables
entertaining six little will be served at the high school
were beautifully decorated with
After another speech by the in 1912.
girls and one little boy, between by the Domestic Science class.
white and yellow flowers. While
First National Bank of Forest one and four years of age. The Plates, 25 cents.
the banquet was being eaten. toastmaster. Professor H. E. In
vs. Duncan M. Macleod; little ones were accompanied by
Walker’s Orchestra played.
Saturday afternoon a series of
school matters, saying that, in his judgment on note for sum of their mothers, who a ct«! as chap
short addresse will be given a.
The banquet was followed by an opinion, the most important pro
erones, and each guest brought a the Methodist church.
excellent program of music and duct of a state was its intelligent $ 1000 .
present for the guest of honor,
short talks, with Presklent Hur citizenship.
Saturday evening an address
The public school rile, satisfaction on tax lein.
who reciprocated by giving each
ley of the Commerci d Club as was the birthplace of this citizen
be delivered at the Methodist
guest a picture of herself. The
Dan Cupid seems to have fared little folks spent two hours play church at 7 :30, to which all towns
ship. He deplores! that Oregon
L. M . Graham was the first had not more money to spend on very well the past week, as only
ing with dolls and other toys. people are cordially invited
speaker called by Toastmaster its schools and mad” several sug one suit for divorce was filed. In
The guests were Misses Roma
Hurley. Mr. Graham represent gestions for remedying the defect. this case it was the man instead
Gardner, Mildred Carmack, Ad
ed the city administration and
Sunday morning the delegates
In an ther speech, Toastmaster o f the woman who complains of eline Meiesse, Cornelia L o r d ,
told of a few of the things done Hurley t h e n i n t r o d u c e d Dr. cruel and inhuman treatment.
Helen Hartrampf a n d Norma will attend the Congregational
by the present and previous ad Il<times as a man who ‘alway The complainant is Geo. Harding
church in a body and Rev. O. H.
ministrations d u r i n g the past had something interesting to say,” vs. Amelia Harding. The couple Benfer and Master Reiner Shogren Holmes will give tne address.
thirty-five years. He deprecated and Mr. Holmes fulfilled the pre were married in 1912, from which
The Vesper Service for mem
At the beautiful country home
too much criticism of the act* of diction. He plead for more har lime they lived happily together
and delegates led by Miss
city officials and pointed out that mony among the people and for the ensuing year. Then, the
Burton, Sunday afternoon
the beds of the mayor and council- wondered if there were not a few complaint alleges, she began to on Davids Hill, Sunday, April 2,
the session of the con
men are not always lined with things for the benefit of the com display an uncontrollable temper, at 2:30 p. m , occurred the chris
tening of their granddaughter,
munity that could be carried which she turned loose without
About forty delegates, besides
Toastmaster Hurley then made through without opposition from the slightest provocation, using Evelyn Barbara Ahlgren, daugh
a nice little speech and introduced the "kickers." He mentioned get- abusive language and applying ter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ahl speakers, are expected and will be
* entertained at various h o m e s
Mrs. A B. Todd, who talked of together picnics as ? possible so vile epithets to the defendant gren. Rev. Berthold conducted
Lesser about town. Our townspeople
“ Our Woman’s C lub." The lady lution of the problem.
She also displaced tendencies the services, Mr. Phillip
and Mrs. Holzmeir attended the are showing their appreciation of
told of the aims of the club women
The Lou unaater reported that 1 found only in the most rabid foot
and plainly showed that, while there was a possibility of securing ball enthusiast— namely, that of little one. Miss Emma Holzmeir this coming conference by willing
sang "Father in Heaven.” At ly promising entertainment t o
they might at times criticise, such
the 1917 encampment of the G. lodging her pedal extremity force
o ’clock a b o u t 50 invited delegates.
criticism was intended for the
A. R. ?». ’ W . R. C. for Forest fully in the most appropriate
best. Mrs. Todd called attention Grove and asked if the people place, which, the plaintiff alleges, guests sat down to a delicious
Mrs. C. J. Bushnell will be the
to th* fact that "Northwest Pro
officer of the Conference.
would promise to house between caused him much anguish and
the evening was socially spent. The speakers will be Miss Scrib
ducts W eek" was originated by a
1400 and 1600 visitors for three or
Four generations were present, ner, Y. W . C. A. secretary of
Woman's club in a neighboring
four days. Several spoke in favor marriage be dissolved and that he consisting of Mrs. Sybilla Haage,
University of Washington ; Miss
state, and that many other meri- j of the proposition and, on a vote be given full right and title to
torinus movements were started by
Burton, Religious Work
being taken, it was the unanimous certain lots located near Beaver
ward \hlgren and Evelyn Barbara Director of the Portland Y. W. C.
opinion that if the veterans will
A ; Miss Lina B. James, General
After another speech by the
In the estate of Rosanna An- Ahlgren.
came we will see that they have
trastmaster, C o u n c i 1 m an Mc-
Secretary of Portland Y W. C. A;
places to sleep and plenty to eat.
"The Passover" by E. L . Ash Mrs. Wilma Pearl Crownse, of
Cready told of a number of good
Prof. G . R. Thomas was down the appointment of J. M. Hiatt as ford, an oratorio of the flight of the Portland Municipal Depart
things accomplished by the Com
The e s t a t e is the children of Israel from Egypt
ment of Public Safety ; Miss Hop
mercial club and its energetic for a vocal solo, but he sang three valued at about $2,000.
and their safe passage over the kins, Northwest Student Secre
president, Mr. H u r l e y . Good of them before the audience would
In the estate of George B. Sage, Red Sea, will be given in the Con tary ; Mr. Boughton of M cM in
roads, county fairs and boosting give him up, and he deserved it,
$2000, petition has been gregational church April 19. A nville College ; President Bush
for town and county in general
the appointment of Clara large chorus and five soloists, ac • nell and Miss Farnum.
were attributed to the efforts of
act as administratrix. companied by Walkers’ orchestra,
The only registration for can (Mrs. Wiliiams. director) will sing
With another neat little speech,
Opportuni ies to
the past week was that ot this oratorio.
It has been, and will be my
Toastmaster Hurley introduced
hear the oratorios are rare, be
purpose, during this campaign, to
I)r. Mary F. Farnham, dean of nie Myers and Messrs. W . J. Me- Clarence Barber for constable of
cause of the many weeks of hard
appeal to the voters of Washing
women at Pacific University, who
On Saturday, April 1. there was practice necessary. We believe ton County in an honest and
spoke on "The Growth of Civic ; Reder.
a total of eighteen fishing licenses Mrs. Williams presented Gauls gentlemanly way, and without
Idea's," calling attention to the'
granted, and on the several days “ The Holy City” several years misrepresentation or abuse.
improvement in appearance and
prior to the first, numerous others ago, the first oratorio ever sung
I do not know that the matters
comforts of the city since 1892,1
here; the “ Passover" will be the discussed in the published state
when she assisted in organizing ley, Hoar and Whitehou.se.
All the food served was donated
ment of District Attorney E. B.
the “ Civic Improvement Society,
Much trouble is being met with
Tongue are of much importance.
which startea many of the im
in the county clerk’s office over
However, I wish to assert just as
provements the city now enioys. Grove and Portland.
the new restrictions on citizenship
Toastmaster Hurley made a
positive statement to me that he
nice little speech in introduction
The next step in the boosting
of Miss Peterson, who favored the
As the result of a conference was not, and would not be a can-
sible 600 votes which are now un
will be taken next Sasurday, available.
audience with several vocal selec
held Monday evening between d i-: didate, and gave as his reasons
tions in her usual accomplished when the merchants put on their
Mae Enoch, an eighteen-year- rectors of the Commercial Club that he woulu not consider the of-
j.out a deputy,
old girl, resident of Orenco. was and the Washington County Fair i
After a brilliant speech of intro
association, it is now an assured
The discussion occurred at the
Miss Celine Cappoen, daughter
duction by the toastmaster. Dr.
fact that Washington county will c° ur* house just before we argued
Mr. and Mrs. Theophile Cap the past week. The affliction was
C J. Bushnell, president of Pa
a county fair held at the old t*ie . matter of
brought on by disappointment in
cific University, spoke in his usual poen of Cornelius, died at St. a love affair.
stand some time in September, a? a|nst the Sunday closing law
polished and logical manner of Mary’s Institute on last Friday
during the latter part of January,
Registration is coming in very this year. The Commercial club and
at that time he had been
the aims and needs of P. U. He morning. She had been ill with
slowly, and unless there is a rush
a deputy about three
felt that the people of Forest tonsilitis, but was not considered
before the 18th of this month, sponsibility and a meeting will be weeks.
Grove were behind the institution serious, and the news of her death
only a small number of the voters
There was no opportunity for
and this fact gave him consider came as a shock to her parents
will be prepared to cast their the details.
misunderstanding; was no misun
able satisfaction. He anticipated
votes in the primaries.
The regular meeting of the W. derstanding and no necessity for
some great »improvements for P. eighteen years of age, and had
C. T. U. will be held W'ith Mrs. further discussion, as I had every
U. in the near future.
Phillips, corner A street and Sec reason to and did believe that he
With another of his brief, but months ago, intending to finish
ond avenue north, Friday, April meant just what he said.
polished addresses, the toastmaster her high school studies. She was
Mesdames Conger, Woodcock 7th, at 2:30 p. m. Report of mid
He is now closing his second
introduced A. T. Buxton, who buried April 1st from the Catho
term, making eight years service
spoke of the relations that should lic church, Rev. Father Buck and Shrock gave a surprise dinner year executive meeting will be
as District Attorney. M y declar-
exist betWeen the townspeople and singing the requiem mass and Rev. party last Thursday. March 30, given.
the farmers. If the townspeople Father LeMiller of Verboort pro in honor of Mrs. Charles C lark.: Miss Edna Iler visited with her ation was filed February 9, and
wunted the patronage of the nounced the words of absolution The table was very pretty, with grandmother Saturday and Sun my case, as all others, does not
rest with any man, or particular
farmers, they must maintain a and preached the sermon. In the huge birthday cake with day at Gales Creek.
set of men, but with the voters,
market for farm products. W. K. terment was in South Cornelius candles r e p r e s e n t i n g the past
birthdays. A very pleasant after
Harry Reeher and family have w-ho are the sole and supreme
Newell spoke along the same lines. cemetery.
to a sawmill at Scoggins arbiters.
When Toastmaster Hurlev in
parting at a late hour declaringj Valley.
H. T. BAGLEY.
troduced the members of the P. school at Vesper, Oregon.
The County Fair