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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1916)
Hefreshments w«*re s«*rve«J and
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
the president, Mrs. Frost, was
presented a berry spoon engraved
Job printing phone 821.
"W C. T. U .” as a token of ap-
Hancock & Wiles have $25,000
Presents America’s Foremost Film Actress,
preciation of her faithful and en-
to l«»an on farms.
(Continued from Page One)
I Dr. C. L. Large spent Sunday
Superintendent Inlow, in a very
J with relatives in Portland.
May 29th, 1916.
thoughtful ami fluttering little
Mrs. S. G. Morgan spent last
address, introduced Judge J. H.
in the famous Tale of a Woman’s
week-end at Newport.
Stevenson of Portland, who de
Money to loan Valley Realty
livered the address to the grad-
WftahlfijfU/n County Kdltonal Aaaorlation
I Co., Forest Grove, Oregon. 19-tf
The Express prints butter wrap
Judge Stevenson opened by ex
pers with non-poisonous ink.
pressing bis gratitude at being in-
Addie S. Kimball vs Lola L.
Highest price paid for Mohair
vited to deliver the address to the
(By Grace Miller White)
sons and daughters of his old Hackett. Forclosure on m«>rtgage and Wool. A. G. Hoffman & Co.
neighlsirs, the residents of Forest upon c«*rtain real estate. M«irt-
M. S. Allen and A. J. M clntire
drove and vicinity; he was reared gage to the ext«*nt of $500.
ha«l business at Sherwood M on
in Washington county and secured
A. C. Mulford and K. Mulford day.
his education in its schools.
vs. J. M. Greenmeyer and Bessie i
The speaker congratulated the Greenmeyer. M o r t g a g e fore
We will insure your auto against
people of the city on their excel closure on sum of $711.40 with fire, th«*ft and collision. Hancock
lent high school and its efficient interest at 8 per cent. Also the & Wiles.
faculty; he congratulate«I th fac costs of action.
Miss A va Carlyle returned home Friday and m o v e d home the
Card of Thanks
ulty on having graduated so large
Motor Supply Co. vs. C. L Saturday, having completed her i household goods of
friends, neighbors, G.
and intelligent a class and th«*n
Cox and H. U. Schlegal
Suit for year of teaching.
Kate, and brother, Charles, who
proceed«*«! to give the members «>f
A. R. and Relief Corps, we extend
the class some excellent advice. the recovery of $358.07 «lue on ■ Miss Pritzlaf visited in Forest have spent the winter in the Dick our sincere thanks for their kind
(¡rove over Sumiay with Miss Emmerson house,
He said th«* state bad invested bill of auto accessories sold to ihe
Miss Ada Taylor, who has been ness and help during the illness
considerable money in the young
Sarah Bagley vs William Bag-
Miss Joy Hall of Portland spent Caching in Castle R«x:k the pa-t anti death of our beloved husband
men and women being graduated
and it remained to lx* seen wheth l«*y. Divorce on the grounds of Sunday as a guest at the Dibble year* return« d to her home here and father,
We also thank them for the
er or not the investment would <*ru«*l a n d inhuman treatment.! home in this city.
I a8t Friday.
pr«)ve profitable. It would soon Plaintiff a lleges that defendant|
We have Arsenate «if Lead in
fall uj*on the members of the class left home during deep snow when
Mrs. J. R. Williams
t«> take their places in the world; plaintiff was ill and n«*«*ded help, j both forms, Paste or Dry. Lit- spent Tuesday here visiting Mr.
if they made good, the state had Plaintifr asks divorcre, one-half tier’s Pharmacy.
and Mrs. Haskell Ferrin.
Clinton Ostrander, a former P.
made no mistake in its invest- <>f r«*al property a n d $40,000. j
Mrs. Herbert Hubbert and son I Ernest * * * ’ M e r l *
student, is spending a few
merit. He advise<l the members,
and daughter, Raymond and Win- Ogden and Winston Ashley left
of the class to be al«*rt, energetic
were married in England weeks here visiting old friends.
nifred, of Dilley, spent Monday Monday for E a s t e r n Oregor,
and trustw«»rthy an«l so conduct ,n
Do a kind act by telling your aftern«xjn visiting Mrs. L. S. where they will spend the summer,
themselves that they could l«>ok
Emma F. Burgoyne vs. Her-
sirk friend of chiropractic. Dr. Phillips and family.
working on a fruit farr.:.
the world in the face without a m:|n Burgoyne. Divorce. Plain- Stewart. K of P. block.
blush. “ Knowledge is power," \ tiff alleges defendant abandoned
John A. Bowers, an old Kansas
Mrs. A. E. Scroggs and daugh friend of Roy Hes-eltine, but now
he declared. “ Who would not her in 1914, since remaining away,
SUM M ONS
Myrtle, of Vancouver, Wash., located at Fruitland, Idaho, vis-
rather be on Edison or a Marconi!
In Justice Court for Forest Grove
Justice o f the Peace and Constable
than th.' K ra g n t general now en-
Fjlla„ of Kmma M a„ Fletcher.: ¡spent
Ihis c ilv Tuesday with friends in ! ited the Hesseltines Tuesday and
reports that all fruit in Idaho,
District, Washington County, Oregon.
Kaiti-d to the European war?
w j , )(kIso„ askin„
letter. o f ' “ “ * “ y *
Peter Sperl started Thursday with the possible exception of late W. F. Hartrampf, Plaintiff
1 he s p e a k e r h e l d up the i administratorship. Property val-
for Albany, Minn., where his strawberries, was absolutely kill«-d
martyred Lincoln as a model for ued
E. D. Rounds, Defendant
the emulation of the members of
fn th KUardianship of Umon fa th e r ,s very ill and not expected by the late frosts.
To E. D. Rounds, Defendant:
the class. He advised «« nerosity Morris
M ai-Kare, Gothrup peti-, to live.
Mr. and Mrs. Holman Ferrin
IN TH E N A M E O F T H E S T A T E OF
in int«*rc*ourse with people and <le-. tjonine for guardianship of Lemon
Mrs. Dibble returned Friday spent Thursday with Mr. and OREGON. You arc hereby required to
clam ! there was some good in ev- Morri a minor>
from Seattle, where she spent a Mrs. Haskell Ferrin in this city appear before the undersigned, W. J.
on their way from Los Angeles to R. Beach, a Justice o f the Peace in
• Always remember,
Guardianship of the estate of week and attended the funeral of
for the District, County and State
he said, that your deeds affect
Pendleton, where they will visit and
aforesaid and answer the complaint o f
those al>out you. Let your deeds
two weeks with Judge Lowell and plaintiff on or before six weeks from
Miss Bertha Kirkwood of Port-
be of a kind that will make th<‘ now held in th«* asylum at Salem,
Mr. Ferrin will be man and after the date o f the first publica
world better for your having lived M. B. Bump petitioning for the land, spent Tuesday in this city ager at Breakers hotel this sum tion o f this summons; the date o f the
¡appointment of himself as guard- visiting her brother, Albert, and
publication o f this summons being
mer, after which he will teach in first
May 25, 1916.
__ u . ian of the estate, value of which is , wife.
the Washougal high school.
The address was an excellent qaaa
I f you fail to answer or appear, for
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lewis of
on«*, hut not nearly all in the aud
want thereof the plaintiff will take
Montavilla came out Tuesday in
Mrs* J - W. Livingston and Miss judgment against you for the sum o f
ience heard all of it, on account of
Children’s Lawn Party
e l I upper went to Portland $106.70, together with interest thereon
being too far from the speaker and
Master Lamborn E l d e r very Mr. and Mrs Sexton.
morning, where Mrs Liv- from May 3d, 1915, at the rate o f 8
of the noise made by children—
cent to date and for $25.00 attor
her son, Kingsley, of per
ney fees on his first cause o f action,
Prof. G . R. Thomas sang a solo his playmates at his beautiful day for Hubbard, where she will and wi]1 rernain a few days. Miss and judgment against you in the sum
o f $48.00 and interest thereon at 6 per
so well that he was comp died to h«>me on Wednesday aftern<xm, spend the entire summer with her Tupper went on to Frazer, Idaho, cent from October 1st, 1915, to date,
M ay 24. The time was joyously sister, Mrs. Octav \oget.
where she will spend the summer on his second cause o f action; and
judgment against you for the sum o f
Prof. Inlow then presented the spent in g a m e s , and delicious
Vernon Burlingham returned with her grandmother,
$8.53 on his third cause o f action, and
diplomas to the graduates, as well goodi«>s, such as all little people last week from San Francisco,
for his costs and disbursements in this
as a scholarspip t > Miss Ruth Pat enjoy, were served, after which where he has spent two years, at
was held in Portland last week,
ton, who has her choice of any of
This summons is served upon you by
tending Stanford University.
the following state officers were publication by order o f W. J. R. Beach,
six independent colleges in this the guests left for th«*ir homes,
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hollinger elected: P'esident, Mr*. Jones of a Justice o f the Peace in and fo r For
state. Miss Patton earned the declaring Master I^imb«irn a royal
family of Portland spent Sun Portland: first vice pre-ident. Mrs. est Grove Justice o f the Peace and
scholarship by her high standing hfist. Those present were I la
Constable District, Washington County,
of lx*tt«*r than 95 p«*r cent during Shotwell, Retha Wegner, L<*tha day visiting the Weitzel family Emma McCaw of Portland; sec Oregon, which order was made and
ond vice president, Mrs. B. F. rendered at Forest Grove, Oregon, the
the four years in high school.
Wegner, Ruth Howard, V :o!a Pat
White of Forest Grove; recording 24th day o f May, 1916, and which said
A violin solo by Miss Emma erson, Eloise Atkins, William Mc-
Mrs. Bessie M icley of order prescribes the publication o f this
Walla, Wash., is visiting friends
Craft called forth an encore, to
for six weeks from and after
Portland; treasurer, Mi-s Laura summons
the date o f the first publication thereof.
which the gifted musician gra Cready, Laddie Graham, Harold in the city, after attending the
Howard, Ernest Loynes, E din funeral of her uncle, Thos. G. Grant of S a l e m ; corresponding
W . J. R . B e a c h ,
secretary. Mrs. Harry Beaumont
Justice o f the Peace.
With the benediction by R« v. Philips, Carl Rice, Alfred Rice, Todd.
of Portland; organizer, Mrs. Dor J. N. Hoffman, Attorney for plaintiff.
Dunlap, the audience was dis Bruce Brookbank, Lysle Paterson,
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Lord, Sr., othy Seymour, Forest Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. T . C. Lord, J r ,
and the host, Lamborn F,ld«*r.
and Miss Lord motored to Port
D IL L E Y N E W S NOTES
land Sunday for a visit with
For you a rose
Mrs. Nelson mid Mrs. Vannoy were friends.
STAR ★ THEATER
The County Seat
“Tess of the Storm Country”
Next Tuesday, June 6th
Matinee at 2:30
- - 5 c and 10c
W. C. T. U. COLUMN
Mrs. K. B. Penfi«*ld, Editor
Columbia University departed
from another t adition in favor of
its w«>men students wh«*n Presi
dent Nicholas Murray Butler re
cently issued a d«*cree which gives
to all the girls in the university
not students in Barnard, Teachers’
College or the graduate schools,
the right to vote for members of
the Student Board of Represent
atives, the governing Ixxly for
undergraduate activities. Permis
sion was grant«*«! to women a short
time ago to enter the medical and
dental departments of the uni
The last regular business meet
ing of the season of the W C.
T . U. will be held at 2:30 Fri<lay
June 2d, with Mrs. Mareilliot. A
full attendance of menbers is de
sired. Parliamentary drill w i l l
turnish part of the program. All
women in teres ed are invited.
The parlor meeting at Mrs. Ran-
dall’s last Friday was full of in
terest and well attended. Mrs.
Walker in charge «if the program
brought into requisition the ser
vices of nearly every member in
her study of the cigarette problem.
Portland visitors Saturday.
Frank McBride and' w ife are the
proud parent« o f a baby girl which came
Mrs. Austin Buxton, Mrs. Adams,
Mrs. H. T. Buxton and Mrs. A. E.
Scott o f Forest Grove were visiting
with Mrs. Chas. O 'N eil on Friday.
Mi«s Verna Goodrich and nine o f her
girl friends celebrated her ninth birth
day with a picnic and a hike to the tall
timber on Sunday.
The Hoskins and Crowthers families
motore«! to Gales Creek cemetery Sun-
day and took with them an immense lot
o f beautiful flowers for decoration.
The Dilley school will hold a picnic
on the school grounds next Saturday,
There will be a good program in the
morning; dinner will then be served and
in the afternoon outdoor sports will be
the order o f the day.
A four year-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William Ober of Cherry
Grove sustained a fracture of the
skull when she fell out of a wagon
Mrs. Selma Michael of Carna
tion last Thursday broke both
bones of the left leg at the ankle
when she tripped over a little dog
in her home.
“ As You Like I t ’’ will be played
on the P. U. Campus neAt M o n - j
day night by th e students, This
is one of Shakespeare’s best com
edies. Seats at Littler’s Phar
j Clande Smith went up to Hills
i boro Monday and hung some cur
tains at the court house. Claude
has a reputation its a curtain-
I hanger and generally looks after
M r. and Mr$. L. E Howard of j the court house curtains.
Yamhill drove down in their auto-
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Saling,
mobile Wednesday morning, Mrs. living a mile and a half south of!
Howard visiting with her m other,; this city, have received a com-
Mrs. G. B. Sage, while Mr. How- mand to appear at Portland dur-
ard accompanied by Jesse Sage, ing the Rose Festival and m eet:
went on east of Portland where their neice, Her Royal Highness,
business called him.
! Queen Muriel (Saling) of Pendle-
Miss Jean Sloan of Portland is ,
Tom Roe from Wapato came in !
visiting Mrs. J. C. Latta.
/ '"orfin mi grow. ’S
Yes! There will be a rose for you
Portland Rose Festival
JUNE 7, 8, 9, 1916
Tuesday, June 6th
Crowning o f Rose Festival Queen at 8 P. M.
Wednesday. June 7th
Grand Pageant o f Sch«x>l Children 9:45 A. M.
National Dedication o f Columbia River Highway 2 P. M.
Thursday, June 8th
Annual Floral Pageant at 2 P. M.
Friday, June 9th
Military, Fraternal and Civic Pageant 10 A. M.
Chinese Baby Show and Parade 3:30 P. M.
Costume Parade, Mardi Gras features in evening.
Many other attractions not mentioned above.
LO W ROUND T R IP F A R E S
will be on sale from ail Southern Pacific^stations,
Roseburg and North. June 4th to-9th inclusive,
return limit June 12th. From stations south of
Roseburg in Oregon and Klamath Falls Branch,
June 4th to 8th inclusive. Return limit June 17th.
For further information ask local agent or write
J o h n M. S c o t t , General Passenger Agent
P o r t la n d , O regon
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