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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1916)
Supplement to Forest Grove Express
Forest Grove, Ore., Thursday, June 1, 1916.
NOTKS A N D PK K SO N ALS
We will insure your auto against
fire, theft and collision. Hancock
S O C IA L
You ran always get brick ice & W ilt s .
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Reder en
cream at Shearer’s.
A. Derg, the Portland merchant, tertained n e a r l y fifty of their
who formerly conducted a store friends at 500 on the evening of
I, . M. Graham had business in
in this city, was a business visitor May 25th, playing eleven tables.
Portland last Friday.
Grand prizes went to Mrs. I.
Mrs. J. II. Straub was operated in Forest Grove last Friday.
an at a Portland hospital today.
Miss Opal Hyde returned to her J. Hoar and John Thornburgh,
We will insure your auto against home at Hillsdale Monday, after while the consolations were carried
fire, theft and collision. Hancock having finished a very successful away by Mrs. Charles Hines and
year as instructor in the Lincoln C. O. Roe.
Misses Irene Hall and Evelyn
Miss Stockman Entertains
D e M o s s are visiting relatives in
Miss Nell Bauer, who has been
the evening of Memorial
a teacher in the Forest Grove pub
Miss Mary Corl has accepted a lic schools for several years, left Day Miss Hazeltine Stockman
position in the First National last Friday for her home in Wis entertained a few of her friends.
bank in this city.
The evening was spent in playing
Do a kind act by telling your
Mrs. S. L. Carlyle and Mrs. E. games and singing. Delicious re
sick friend of chiropractic. Dr. J. Shotwell accompanied their freshments were served including
Stewart, K. of P. block.
Sunday school classes from the sandwiches, salad, coffee and a
Miss Dorothy Holdrick of New M. E Sunday school on a picnic 1 bountiful dish of strawberry short
cake. The place cards were pret
port is visiting this week with , south of town last Saturday.
Mrs. J. W. Livingston.
The Rose Show committee of tily decorated with a miniature
Mrs (). M. Sanford, who hits the Woman’s club will meet at United States flag. The napkins
been suffering from a severe cold, the rest room of the Rogers’ were stamped with a U. S. flag
is report» d improved today.
library at 2:30 tomorrow (Friday! also. In the parlor a hugh Amer
Ry order of the chair ican flag was draped along the
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Frost and
wall over the piano, thus making
family have moved to their farm man .
the patriotic decoration scheme a
a few miles out on Gales Creek.
Mrs. David Wilson of Shanico, pietty feature of the evening.
J. P. McFarlane has mover] his Oregon, is visiting her mother, Those present were: The Misses
family to his sawmill at Manning, Mrs. Nettie Austin. She will re Stockman, Berger, Littlehales and
Ore., where th y will spend the turn home tomorrow. Mrs. Aus Mrs. Stockman; Messrs. Frost,
tin and family are soon to move Fowler and Willard.
The Kth grade of the Central to Washington.
Grange Meeting Saturday
L. A. Fletcher, who has been
school enjoyed an all-day picnic
at Roderick Falls last Saturday conducting a shoe store on lower
The members of Gale Grange
Miss Jessie Greer and Miss Hoy Main street for the past two will hold an all-day meeting next
years, yesterday disposed of his Saturday, beginning at 10:30 and
Norton chaperoned the class.
to Portland parties and will closing at 3 p. m. In the morn
Mrs. Murphy, the mother of
Prof. G. E. Murphy, came out hereafter devote himself exclusive ing there will be initiations and
special business and in the after
from Portland Friday to attend ly to repair work.
the high school graduation exer
Mesdames Porter and Pogue noon a “Children’s Day” program
cises and banquet, and was a and Messrs. PL W. Haines, S. A. will be given Hon. E. W. Haines
gue t of Mrs. Livingston.
Walker, Harry Giltner and Chas. will deliver an address from the
Reserved seats for ‘As You Van Doren returned Friday from subject. “The Children Our Great
Like It” are now on sale at Lit- Roseburg, where they attended est Asset.” The public is invited
tler’s Pharmacy. Cent ral admis the annual grand lodge meetings in the afternoon.
sion, 25c; reserved seats, 35c. of the Rebekahs. the Odd Fel
Misses Bernice and Ethel Jones
The admission fee is necessary lows and the E n c a m p m e n t .
to their home in this city
becaus»* of the great expense of Charley Odell went on to the
after having completed
coast for a vacation.
securing the costumes.
their year’s work in the Hopewell
Mrs. Frank King and Mrs Hus
Little short of miraculous was high school. Two of the teachers,
ton of Pendleton, who were del the escape from death of Mr. and Mrs. DeSpain and Miss Holland,
egates to the state Rebekah as Mrs. J. M. Richards and Elmer accompanied them, also a school
sembly at Roseburg last week, Johnsoh af Gaston and Miss Nan friend, Miss Drstegg, who was on
stopped olf in this city Tuesday Hunter of Portland, when the her way to Walla Walla, where
for a visit with their friend Mrs. auto in which they were riding she will attend summer school.
Saturday night turned a somer These three friends spent Monday
Mi-s Pickford at theStar Thea sault, alighting on its wheels. night at the L. A. Jones home on
ter next Tuesday, matinee and The accident occurred near the North Main street and Second
evening, in ‘ Teas of the Storm Dilley Lutheran c h u r c h and, avenue north, and a pleasant ev
Country,” t h e p l a y that has strange to relate, neither of the ening was spent with a good old-
scored the biggest hit Miss Pick- four passengers was even seriously fashioned “sing.”
ford ever played in. Seven reels injure, although the machine ran
You can always get brick ice
of entertainment. Prices, 5c and olf a fifteen-foot embankment be
fore making its loop in the air.
cream at Shearer’s.