The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918, May 04, 1916, Image 1

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Vol. 1. No. 17
Mrs. F. J. Miller is reported
quite ill.
Mrs. Martha Sutford of Dilley
was in the city yesterday.
Delegates from six Washington,
W'. K. Curtis entertained
fount y tuwriH met at Hillsboro the Mrs.
Monday and took the initial steps afternoon. Aid society yesterday
toward organizing the Washing-
Mrs. Louis Misz is this after­
ton County Development league,
entertaining at her home the
an organization to fxxMtt for any-
fhing and everything that the G. L. R. club of Dilley.
Mrs. S. E. Fayram and little
members think will benefit any
(laughter of Hillsboro, visited with
part of the county.
Dr. R. M. Ewing of Hillsboro Mrs. B. Whited on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Grindle of
presided at the m«*eting and T.
W. Zimmerman of Beaverton was Banks spent last Sunday with
secretary. The delegates were as Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Williams.
Mrs. J. M. Barber is not recov­
from her protracted illness
Forest Grove—J. P. Hurley.
L. M. Graham, W. H. McCready. as rapidly as her friends had hoped.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelley,
Beaverton I,. I,. Gilbert, 8. H.
former residents of the Gaston dis-
Davis, T. W. Zimmerman.
Huber W. J. Alexander, C* J. 1 trict, are here from Redmond for
j a visit.
Rose, J. Henry Wells.
Mrs. C. A. Broder.sen of Dilley
Orenco—H. V. Mead, J. R.
leaves next Monday for Grants
Pass to attend a meeting of the
Banks—W. O. Galloway.
state grange.
Hillsboro—W. Mahon, R. M.
Manager Hoffman has moved
Erwin, Sam Wells.
the curtain of the Star Theater
A committee which will report back twelve feet and m »de other
a constitution and by-laws at the improvements.
next meeting was composts! of S. | An 8-pound son was born yes-
H. Davis, of Beaverton; J P. ; terday at St.
Vincent's hospital,
Hurley, of Forest Grove; D r . Portland, to Mr.
and Mrs. H. E.
Mumford, of Banks; J. Henry Ferrin of this city.
Wells, of Huber; H. V. Meade, of
Because of the small sale of
Orenco, and Sam Weil, of Hills­
tickets, the concert to be given
last night by Hutchinson, Piper
The next meeting, at which the . and
Konrad was declared off.
report will be received, will be
members of the Washing­
held at Hillsboro, Monday, May
Veterans' Association
15, and all organizations in the
county, including the granges, will are holding t h e i r twenty-third
be invited to be present and a annual reunion at Hillsboro today.
The McMinnville high school
jxTmanent organization effected.
President Gilbert, of Beaverton, 1 base’.rail team yesterday afternoon
extended an invitation to a boost­ defeated the local high school
er meeting to be given by his club team, in this city, by a score of
on the evening of Thursday, May 14 to 0.
The plant of the Cornelius
11, at Cady Hall. Speakers pres­
is being converted into
ent from Portland will l>e J. E.
juice factory and it
Werlein and C. W. Hodson.
is said the crop of four large vine­
yards has been contracted.
Young People Wed
The attraction for next Tuesday
At the home of the bride’s
mother, Mrs. R W. Steigleder, and W e d n e s d a y at the Star
(Oakhill Farm) Rev. 0 . H. Holmes Theater is “The Song of the Wage
of the Congregational church last Slave." Herbert Butler Deuell
Sunday united in marriage Mrs. will recite from “The Spell of the
Pearl B. Macknxlt and Guy F. Yukon," by Robert Service.
Morley, both of this city. Only
There will be a special train to
the relatives of the contracting McMinnville at 8 a. m. tomorrow
parties and a few of their most in­ ^Friday) to carry the P. U. base­
timate friends were invited. The ball and track team and friends
groom is the sop of Mr. and Mrs. and the general public is priviled
L. G. Morley of this city.
to accompany the train Rates,
The bride and groom are two of 95c round trip. McMinnville’s
Washington county’s most popular May Day celebration occurs to­
young people and they have hosts morrow. See or phone “ Happy”
of friends who will wish them well Morgan for reservations.
in their matrimonial venture.
W’ill Martin, aged 23, son of
They received many handsome William Martin of Haines Station,
and useful tokens of friendship was hit in the head by a pitched
from their admiring friends. Af­ ball while playing at Banks Sun­
ter visiting at the home of the day and sustained a fractured
bride's mother for two weeks, skull. He was rushed to this city
Mr. and Mrs. Morley will make and from here to the Good Samar­
their home at Buxton, Mr. Mor­ ium hospital, Portland, w h e r e
ley having a position with the several pieces of bone were re­
Standard Box and Lumber com­ moved. At last accounts he had
better than an even chance for re­
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High School Baseball league
Succumbs to Illness
$1.50 per Year
Despondent Woman
Takes Own Life
After an illness of four months
with cancer of the stomach, Joseph
R. Reynolds passed away at his
Mrs. William Feldt, aged 44,
home on South B street at an
of a f a r m e r residing three
early hour Monday morning, aged
n o r t h w e s t of Buxton,
71 years.
and the mother of six children,
Deceased was born in Indiana the youngest eleven years of age,
in 1845 and when but a child ac­ met death in a well at the Feldt
companied his parents to Iowa, home yesterday morning and,
where he grew to manhood and on though the coroner's jury pro­
August 13, 1869, was united in nounced the death as due to ac­
marriage with Susan A. Glad- cident, it was evidently a case of
fielder. To Mr. and Mrs. Rey­ suicide, for the woman was taken
nolds have
born six children,
...u,. been with
: from
the well
five of whom,
the mother
had jumped
¡n> Tuesday after she
survive, as follows: Arthur vr ° f
Yesterday morning, when the
North Plains, this state;
husband and father left the house
Bessie McCain and Mrs. Mary for the field, he instructed an
McCain of South Dakota; George eighteen-year-old daughter to keep
of Hawarden, Iowa, and Miss Jes­ watch over her mother. During
sie of this city. He al o leaves the morning the girl went to a
one sister in Iowa, two sisters and neighbor’s on an errand and when
a brother in Nebraska and one she returned her mother was in
brother in Canada.
tne well. dead. T h e husband
Deceased came to Forest Grove was called and recovered the body
six years ago and during his res­ from the well, which was 22 feet
idence in this city has, by his deep, containing about eight feet
amiable disposition and neighbor­ of wrater.
ly spirit, made many warm friends,
The funeral will be held from
who will extend to the bereaved the residence at 1 o’clock to­
family their heartfelt sympathy morrow afternoon.
and condolence. He was a kind
husband, an affectionate father f n Cf ftn OrlH E ollnw c
and a nob’e man. He was a mem- Ud^ LUI1 UUU TCUUWb
ber of Gales Grange, but no other
Funeral services were held at
Last Saturday evening the Gas-
t he family r e s i d e n c e at 1:30 ton Odd Fellows of the Subordi-
Tuesday afternoon, Rev. R E. nate and Rebekah degrees cele-
Dunlap of the M. E. church con- brated the ninety-seventh anni-
ducting the services, u’ith singing versary of the founding of Odd-
by Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Gardner, Fellowship in America w i t h a
Mrs. Webb and Mr. Andrus. The nice program a n d banquet, to
remains were followed to their last which they had invited a number
resting place in Forest View cem- of their brothers and sisters of
etery by a large number of m ourn-, Washington and Yamhill counties,
ing friends.
as well as a number of towns-
• A party was given in honor of
Enoch Moore and family Thurs­
day night at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. E E. Williams, by the mem­
bers of the Congregational church
choir and a few other friends.
The forepart of the evening was
spent with games and s honograph
music. Fred Jones gave a read­
ing and came back wi* h some de­
lightful encores, Mr. M ore played
several beautiful selections on the
cornet, and his daughter, Reine,
furnished some piano music. Prof.
Thomas and Mrs. Jones delighted
the company with some vocal
selections. O. H. Holmes pre­
sented Mr. Moore with a book,
which was a gift from the choir in
appreciation of his faithful work
with them. Those present were
then requested by the recipient to
sign their names inside the cover
of the book. After the delicious
refreshments m a n y heart-felt
goodbyes were spoken to this es­
teemed family, who will be greatly
missed in various circles of our
Mrs. Elva Watson Saturday
afternoon entertained a half-dozen
little boys and girls in honor of
the seventh birthday anniversary
0f her daughter, Doris. T h e
youngsters enjoyed themselves
several hours at games, a f t e r
which they partook of a nice
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bryant,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hesseltine,
Mr. and Mrs. Will Schultz of this
city and quite a number of people
from t h e surrounding country
visited the Burpee-Elliot poultry
farm, two miles west of Gales
City, Sunday. The company has
Veteran Soldier Called
900 laying hens and 1600 baby
chicks, making the largest poultry
Edwin Cole, a veteran of the the meeting and t h e program
farm in Washington county.
Civil war and one of the m ost.opened with a vocal solo b y
r e si d e n t s o f!George Withycombe, w h o so
Mrs. H. C. James of this city highly-respected
Washington county, passed to his pleased the audience that he was
planned a very pleasant surprise reward last Saturday, at his home
birthday dinner for her brother, on David’s Hill, after an illness of recalled. Mrs. Ben Ward played
Frank Emerson, at his home on several months w i t h stomach the accompaniment.
Miss Little of this city then
Wednesday of last week. On re­ trouble
gave a reading which earned her
turning from work Mr. Emerson
Deceased was born at Batavia, the recall she received.
found the house fu I of relatives
Earl A. Knott of McMinnville
and the table laden with every New Y'ork. August 9, 1840, and
thing good to eat. A social ev­ when twenty years of age moved then gave a very interesting ad-
ening was enjoyed and before the to Wisconsin, where on July 3, dress on the history and excellen-
guests departed they wished him 1860, he was united in marriage cies of the order, indicating that
many returns of th*‘ day. Those with Miss Hannah Moore. To he had given much thought to his
present were Mr. and Mrs. Walter this union were born three child- subject and was thoroughly in ac-
Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs Harvey twoof whom survive On Sept, cord with the principles of Odd
Baldwin and boys, Mr. and Mrs. 21, 1864, Mr. Cole enlisted in Fellowship.
Snort talks were then made by
H. C. James, A. Baldwin, Mrs. Company D, F i r s t W isconsin
W. E. Prickett and children of heavy artillery and served the A. A. Morrill, E. L. Moore and
Beaverton and Mr. and Mrs. union cause until the end of the E. L. McCormick of Hillsboro
war. In 1877, deceased, with his a n d Mayor Spence of Gaston,
Frank Emerson and family.
family, moved to Iowa, where they after which Miss Storey favored
While Miss Mary Corl was a t ­ resided for some time before mov­ the audience with an excellent
tending a business meeting at the ing to Minnesota. Seven years vocal solo,
Methodist church on Monday ev­ ago the family came to Washing-
Then came a few short talks by
ening, a number of friends as­ ton county, where they have re- Mrs. Bernard, Mrs. Ortman and
sembled at the Wheeler house on sided ever since.
L. M Graham of this city, a song
North Second avenue, where Miss
Deceased is survived by his by Miss Storev, remarks and a
Corl has rooms, for the purpose of widow and two sons, Walter of reading by W. F. Boley of Hilis-
helping her celebrate her birthday Thatcher and Milton, who re- , boro and a talk by Dr. Marshall
anniversary. A telephone mes­ sided with his father and mother. of the same place, and others.
sage soon brought her home and
He was a member of James B.
Thw banquet was served by the
the party went to her rooms where Mathews post No. 6, G. A. R., men of the subordinate degree,
a very pleasant evening was spent under whose auspices the funeral who refused to allow the ladies to
in social conversation and refresh­ was held. Services were held by do any of the work, and it was a
ments. A very pretty May bask­ the members of the Christian good one, in spite of the number
Editors Entertained
et was given Miss Corl. Those Science church at the Forest Grove of cooks in the kitchen.
The Washington County High
With only one member absent, present, were Misses Clara and Undertaking company chapel at
School Baseball League has played
Those from t h i s city were
the Washington County Editorial Alma Sage, Joan Pierce, Christine 10 o’clock Monday morning and Messrs,
the following games:
and Mesdames B. Ort­
Orenco vs. Banks at Banks, (» association met at Corneiius for Mackrodt, Mary Corl, Theresa the remains were interred in For­ man, L. M . Graham, Dan Pierce,
their quarterly meeting last S a t-' Beahen and Vesta Greer.
est View cemetery, where the
to 2 in favor of Orenco.
L. Sexton, S. G. Morgan, R.
urday. The band was out to wel-1 Dr. R. P. Nixon will give a lec- burial service of the Grand Army A.
C. Hill, H. R. Bernard, W. C.
Dilley vs. Beaverton at Beaver­
Benfer, Miss Little, Mrs. Inger-
1 ture to school children at the Cen- of the Republic wras read.
ton, 8 to 8 in 9 innings, rain . tayor . holt, and Recorder W?l°
j tra| building Friday afternoon on
Edwin Cole was a kind hus­ soll, Chas. Odell. R. P. Nixon and
stopped the game.
cox, and the best part of the ses- (<Th Care J f the yTeeth » and in band, an affectionate father and A. A. Bryant, who arrived home
Orenco vs. Beaverton at Orenco, sion was the dinner served by the
i •wiinu’ Civic
r ’ivi/» Improvement Club the evening at 8 o clock, at the a good neighbor and his place in about 1 o’clock Sunday morning.
4 to 2 in favor of Orenco.
i Ladies’
High School building, Dr. S. E. the community will be hard to fill.
Rebekahs Nominate
Gaston vs. Dilley at Dilley, 4 All that mortal (temperance) man Todd will lecture to parents on
could wish was on the table in the the same subject. Both lectures
Card of Thanks
to 0 in favor of Dilley.
At last night’s meeting of the
The undersigned desire to make local Rebekah lodge, officers were
The Goff Bros. Hardware com­ way of food and drink and the will be illustrated with lantern
pany of Forest Grove is offering a service was excellent.
slides furnished by the State Den- public acknowledgement of their nominated as follows:
After the
silver sup to the winner similar to
.. . •
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I tal association. The ledtures are appreciation of the many favors
Noble Grand—Mrs. H. R. Ber­
the one they gave last year. Dil­ ! wh “
under the auspices of the Parent- shown them during the illness and nard.
the meeting, they passed a res- Teachers’ association and admis­
ley won the cup last year. It
Vice Grand—Mrs. Floyd W.
and father, the late Edwin Cole.
looks as though it would be a olution thanking the ladies, the sion is free to the public.
members of the band, the city ad­
Mrs. Edwin Cole and Family.
very close contest this year.
Mrs. Charles VanDoren, who
Secretary—Mrs. R. C. Hill and
ministration and Editor Bray of
F. E. Tanner and William Ober Mrs. Ingersoll.
S. A. Walker and Mrs. Winnette the Cornelius News for the court­ was operated on at the Good
Treasurer—M rs . Wright and
Walker played for a dance at Ver- esies extended and accepted, with Samaritan hospital several weeks were arrested in Portland last
boort yesterday afternoon and ¡thanks, the invitation of t h e ago, was getting along nicely un­ week, charged with stealing a Miss Tolke.
After the business meeting, Mrs.
Mr. Walker reports a big crowd Orenco Commercial club to hold til yesterday, when she sustained quantity of copper wire from the
and a good time. Webb Hughes the next meetiug in that town. a slight relapse. It is hoped, how­ Haines power plant, west of this Bernard’s committee put on an
conducted a pie sale and furnished This will be on the last Saturday ever, that she will soon be home city. They were later released amusing pantomine, entitled, “Ad-
ivertising for a Wife."
on bail.
considerable amusement.
in July, at 10 a. m.
iSTp“ Zl?
Observe Anniversary