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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1916)
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PACIFIC UNIVERSITY i
i ELECTS NEW TEACHERS
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Steel Barn Equipment
vl >usly fixed by the heads of the
departments; and especial em
phasis is to be laid upon thorough 1
training in harmony, theory, his-1
tory of music and particularly up
on the training of children, in ac
cordance with the newest and
most approved methods. Among
the assistant teachers that have
been already selected, Mrs. Chas.
Walker of Forest Grove, who is
well known for her thorough and
Samples set up, ready for inspection. W e feel
teaching work in Wash
ness, and more thorough pro
Wo don't want you to think
ington county, particularly, is to
sure that if we can show you samples the Prices
tection of the funds you
of this hank just as a place
give assistant instruction in piano.
leave in our care.
to deposit your money, al
Mrs Walker is a graduate of the
will induce you to buy.
Please do not hesitate to
though of course we are slad
to have you keep as laryt> avail yourself of every sort
of service we are able to
a balance as possible with
Music, where she also did |MKst
Talk your business
graduate work under Miss Wag
problems over with us— often
It is our desire to render
goner. She taught in McMinn
we are able to make practi
our patrons every service and
ville, Forest Grove and elsewhere
cal and useful suggestions to
a ccom m oda tion that can
those of our patrons who
reasonably be expected from
and her p l e a s i n g personality,
come to us for advice in such
thorough training and conscien
The Burroughs Bookkeep
have won for her many
Come in and consult with
ing Machine which we are
friends and given her marked
us at any time— and let us
using in our accounting de
show you how our bookkeep
partment makes it possible
success, wilh children in partic
ing machine safeguards your
to give you better service in
account by making mistakes
the handling of your account,
Two other new teachers at Pa
greater accuracy, prompt-
cific University recently select* d adopted after mature reflection eys. The concert was followed by
by the Board for work next year, in the interests of due financial a pretty flower drill.
J. N. H o f f m a n and James
are Mr. Sheridan K. Jones, who is economy and efficiency. Mr. and
Forest Grove, Oregon
to have charge of the Department Mrs. Chapman w e r e informed Nichols were in Portland y**ster-
of Biology, and Mr. Ralph Tippet something more than two years day, in attendance at a meeting of
who will have charge of the De ago that the Board desired a re-or loganberry juice manufacturers,
ganization of the Conservatory who met at the invitation of Food
partment of Chemi.'try.
Mr. Jones wa< graduated at the upon a new basis, so as to reduce and Dairy Commissioner Mickle
University of South Dakota where the fees of the heads of depart to arrive at a standard of perfec
he took his master’s degree and ment» and enable the director to tion for juice.)
afterwards t a u g h t for several live at Forest Grove and secure
M rs A. G. Hoffman was this
years. He comes to Pacific Uni the services of a larger number of afternoon giving a baby party,
versity from the head of the De
having invited thirty-five mothers,
partment of Biology at Ellsworth pupil-teachers. T h i s rearrange with babies under three years, to
Built Low Down
College, Iowa, with nine years of ment has now been accomplished com«* and spend the afternoon
is the only Spreader on the market guaranteed for FIVE
teaching experience there and the under the new management and with her. Guests from Portland
YEARS. We sell them: successful farmers use them.
highest commendations of his col Miss Waggener will live in Forest are Mesdames P. T. Buckley. J.
leagues on the faculty and of emi Grove.
E. Withrow, A. K. Higgs and
For some time past Prof. Bean
nent professors at Ann Arbor and
elsewhere. Mr. Jones has the es and Prof. Leaded have been
The P O W E R F U L
Mrs. John Vanderzanden o f
sential qualities of mind and heart! planning to enter work els w'iere
for the ideal professor in a strong j and last fall and early this gp irg near Banks, aged .5?) years, died
standard Christian institution. the president wrote ft r each t f at St. Vincent’s hospital, Portland,
is another machine we can recommend to our friends
He fs not only a mature experi them u strong letter of commen last Saturday morning, after an
with confidence o f satisfaction. Come and see it.
enced student and teacher but is dation to positions for whii h they operation for cancer of the stom
ach. Deceased leaves a husband,
a public speaker of ability, an en- were then applying.
Miss Penfield has understood by nine sons and four daughters, all
thusiastic gardener and an organ
izer of extension work in which he conference with the president for grown. Funeral was held at. the
something more than a year, that Banks Catholic chuich a t 10
has been very successful.
FOREST G R O VE, ORE.
o ’clock Monday morning.
Mr. Tippet comes to ‘ he ( ’hem -1 a consolidation of the Modern
istry work at Forest Grove wilh
At the Book Store
the Board of Trustees and has ex
1 Y ou can always get brick ice the degree of Doctor of Philosophy pected to withdraw, as she has
You will find just what you
from the University of Illinois,!
cream at Shearer's.
not been physically able to carry want for a commencement gift.
Mrs. Chas. VanDoren, who re- Found— Umbrella, which can where he has taught chemistry for full work.
highly Books, S t a t i o n e r y , Traveling
the past three years. He is per
turned from a Portland hospital be recovered at this office,
she Cases, Music R o l l s , Fountain
sonally known to friends at Pa
ten days ago is improving nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Parkin
Pens and many o t h e r articles
cific University as a young man
Mrs. Margaret Mallory, Mrs. are now riding in a new Overland. of fine Christian character, scholar- j to commend all the teachers who suitable for the occasion.
A. J. Mclntire and Miss Mary
Hancock & Wiles this week sold .--hip and p e r s o n a l leadership! have been working at Pacific Uni
Come in and s**e them.
versity and cordially co-operate in
Beach had business at Aloha last Chas. Bateman of Gales Creek a among students.
Free Methodist Church
their future plans.
new Chevrolet auto.
Mr. Tippet's record and ability ;
school 10 a.m ., preach
Spray your trees well and get
Notwithstanding the scarcity of as a football player and coa ch '
more and better fruit. Now is sunshine, native strawberries are and general athletic enthusiast to the future success of the Col ing 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., prayer
the time to use Arsenate of Lead, quite plentiful on the market and has led to his selection also as ath - 1 lige and are inevitable as financial meeting on Wednesday evening at
For sale by Littler’s Pharmacy.
they are being retailed as low as le ic coach at Pacific University and administrative measures at 8 p. m. All are welcomed.
J. N. W o o d , Pastor.
* • *
Mrs. A . A. Bryant, Mrs. El'a 1 V& a box.
for the coming year.
Olson and Mrs. Stephenson, who
“ Tess of the Storm Country,” I Other re-organizations of work
have been at Portland hospitals with Mary Pickford, showing at are being made to increase th e! N O TES A N D P E R SO N A L S
for several weeks, have returned, the Star next Tuesday, matinee efficiency and economy of the col- |
Word comes from Portland that
greatly benefitted, as has Mrs. El and evening, ha- played more re- lege in the department of Modern
A. Moore will soon be able to
mer Bennett, who has been at the turn dates than any other picture. Language and History. The His-!
ever produced. You should see it. tory work for the coming year
will be carried on by Mrs. Robert I The cuf-price sale of hats at the
has secured for its customers
F. Clark, wife of the Dean of the! Klva Millinery will continue until
a Free Demonstration
College, a work for which Mrs i June 15th. Come and see the
o f Three Days,
Clark is eminently fitted, both b y 1 bargains.
training and experience A daugh
Mrs. W. C. Benfer last Monday
ter of the former Dean of Knox afternoon entertained at a tea a
College, she received her under few ladies in honor of her mother-
graduate training at that Illinois in law, Mrs. Elizabeth Benfer. of
S T O U .W K K C K 'S
institution and took her master's McMinnville.
degree in Hi-tory at Columbia
At last night's meeting of the
University, New York. She af
Rebekah lodge, Mrs. Sylva Ber
terward taught History at Mil
nard was elected noble grand,
waukee Downer College and at Mrs. Anna Allen vice grand, Mrs.
Washburn College with great suc Lulu Ingersoll secretary and Miss
served with Tru-Blu Biscuits
cess. She is not only a fine teach
Anna Tolke treasurer.
by a graduate in Domestic
er but a splendid social leader and
Mrs. J. S. Buxton Monday es Science. You will like to talk
counselor of students.
corted to h e r home at Newport
The French and German work her mother, Mrs. Hampton, who with her. You are cordially
next year will be in the hands of has visited the Buxtons for the invited to attend these demon
Miss Anna E. Bagstad, who has past two months. Mrs. Buxton strations and have a cup o f
not only carried the French work, returned home Monday evening.
Nourishing Cocoa with Tru-
but who h a s s o successfully
coached the German and other
college plays that have delight- j cises open at Marsh Hall at 8
fully entertained the people of o’clock this evening with a recit'd
Forest Grove d u r i n g the past and there is something doing every Mother’s Oats, large pkg - 25c
year. Miss Bagstad is especially day until next Wednesday night,
qualified to handle the German as per program printed in last, Mother’s Wheat Flakes
large package (contain
work which will he maintained on week’s Express.
the high plane of efficiency that
Aluminum premium) 30c
Mrs. Bernard’s entertainment
has been attained b y the excellent committee of the Rebekah lodge Ripe Olives, 2 pints for - 25c
work of the retiring teacher, Miss last night put on ‘‘The Peak
The Best ever offered— Hanitary
Tina—oar H. & G. brand.
Sisters,” a comic musical enter
The changes in the College this tainment, given under the direc
year have been carefully consid tion of Miss Anna Little, and it
ered by the Board of Trustees and was more fun than a box of monk
rT « F r
How we can give you
B etter Bank Service
Steel Stanchions, Litter-Carriers, etc.,
at Lower Prices than ever before on
the Pacific Coast.
The First National Bank
The Litchfield Manure-Spreader
SM ALLEY ENSILAGE CUTTER
GORDON & GORDON HARDWARE CO.
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Today, Thursday, June 1
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