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A N IN D E P E N D E N T W E E K L Y N E W S P A P E R
Vol. 1, No. 22
FOREST DROVE, OREGON, T H U R S D A Y , JU N E 8, 1916
GETTING READY FOR
THE ROSE SHOW
In Memory of
Joseph W. Marsh
$1.50 per Year
P. U. COMMENCEMENT
MAKES BUSY WEEK
The people of Forest Grove
been pretty busy for the
Plans are progressing nicely for
The first events of Commence
Will Go in Force
two weeks, with com
a Di« time on Saturday, June 17th,
ment week were the recitals given
mencement exercises for the high
Forest Grove will be well repre
when the Pose Show committee
You can always get brick ice school a n d Pacific University, sented at the annual encamp by the Conservatory of Music
of the Forest Grove Woman's cream at Shearer’s.
which probably accounts for the ment of the G. A. R., W. R. C. and Thursday and Friday evenings.
club will stage the big rose carni
We still g i v e g r e e n trading fact that so few were present at Ladies of the G. A. R., to open at Both recitals were well attended.
val and street pageant. With the stamps on every thing you buy the services attending the unveil- Eugene next Wednesday, to con Those t iking part in the two pro
ind of a memorial tablet in honor tinue three days.
many details arranged, it appears from us. Littler's Pharmacy.
grams did well. Their work in
Professor Joseph Walker Marsh,
Past Department Commander
that nothing but a spell of bad
for forty years professor of Greek
_____ , Beach estimates that fully fifty I the music department was round-
weather could prevent the affair ( ’reek, who has been very ill for and Latin at Pacific University, men and women will go from this ed out at the close of the school
three weeks, is reported conval
from being a big success, as as escing.
i held at Marsh hall Wednesday1 city. They will take with them year in a manner that was a
surance is given for a big crowd
invitations from the Commercial credit to the students and evi
Mrs. R. J. Eastwood, who was afternoon.
from out of town and for plenty operated on at a Portland hospital
The meeting was opened at club and other organizations for dence of the efficiency of the de-
and their ladies to !
of entries for rose prizes, as well as ten days since, is improving and 1:30 by Barnett Y. Roe, chairman the veterans
encampment in Partment under the direction of
of a committee appointed a year
will soon I k * home.
for the auto and baby parades.
this city. The Commercial club Prof- Chapman. The ancient folk
Ground has been broken just
The rose show will he held in
^__________ has donated 600 satin badges, i “ Songs of the Netherlands” ren-
of the S. P. depot for a big of P. u. Alumni; to procure and
the store building formerly occu
of Pro- bearing the legend,t “ Forest Grove, dered Thursday evening by the
pied by the Golden Rule Store, on warehouse for W. F. Hartrampf. fessor Marsh.
stated lt>17." These will be pinned on
lower Main street, opening at 10 The building will be 50x100 feet. the object of the meeting, after delegates, who will be asked to chorus of thirty-six voices deserve
special mention. The rendition of
F. W. Emerson, who reopened
A. M. and continuing until the
which M i s s Alvena H o w a r d vote for Forest Grove for the
awarding of prizes, at 10 P. M. the Empress Candy Kitchen two played a piano solo.
next meeting place. Mr. Beach the six beautiful folk songs of old
B usiness men and women have weeks ago, has given the place a
Professor Bates then delivered believes Forest Grove will land Holland in the one harmony was
contributed a li!*eral lot of prizes complete cleaning and overhaul a fervent prayer.
a treat in itself. Verle Stanley
for the various parades, and this ing.
: and Russell M o r g a n were the
feature will, to some people, be Governor Withycombe has des
I soloists. The trio by the Misses
fully as attractive as the rose ignated next Wednesday, June 14, then delivered a very feeling ad
as Flag D a y a n d all
d o o f M r. Marsh. He was not
day evening was especially de-
Following are the prizes for the Americans are reques sted to fly
present to deliver a set speech,
Messrs. J N. Hoffman and J.
but to testify to the worth of one Nichols have ordered presses, re lightful also. They were called
L. M . Graham is at Albany this
Glass A Heat 6 blooma of Caroline
of the noblest men he ever knew. torts, pasteurizers and rimmers back. Those taking part in the
week, representing the local M a
He characterized Professor Marsh
two programs, besides the chorus,
Claaa It--Heat 12 blooma of Caroline sonic fraternity in the grand lodge
M a character builder and men for the operation of a loganberry and the orchestra, were* Misses
of the order, which opened Mon
tioned several episodes in his col juice factory in this city and are Craft, Keep, J o n e s , Harbison,
Claaa C— Beat fi blooma o f any pink day and closes tomorrow.
lege life to show what a fatherly now engaged in remodeling the
roae other than Teatout--$1.00.
G H. Marsh, a nephew of the interest M r. Marsh took in his basement of the Hoffman Evapo Raid, Brent, Killen, Keagy, Cran
rator to receive the machinery dall. Kirry, Howard, Davis, Good
Claaa I )—Beat 6 blooma of any red late J. W. Marsh, and clerk of pupils.
when it arrives. A concrete floor
the federal court at Portland, at
After Miss Edith Thorley hafl was put in the basement yester win, Brobst, Thorley. Boardman,
Cltaa K— Beat 6 blooma any yellow tended the unveiling ■ f the m e
sung a hymn composed by Prof. day and the building will be given and Mrs. Inlow and Mrs. Mc-
and rop|>ery ahadea—$3.00.
morial tablet for his uncle at P.
Mar.-h, Mr. Roe, a former pupil, a general overhauling during the Eldowney.
Claaa F — Beat 6 blooma Frau Karl U. yesterday.
agiowing tribute to the dead
Sunday was observed by the educator, closing by reading a next few days.
Claaa G —Beat 12 blooma Frau Karl Royal Neighbors of Forest Grove
Among the machines ordered is P. U. Wins B astlall Championship
D rusch ki-$3.00.
The last game of the baseball
as decoration day and a commit students, who had gladly con a retort for canning juice in five-
CI wmi H—Best 6 blooms any white j
from the lodge decorated the
was played on the P. U.
tributed to the purchase of the
n*e other then Dnierhki -ll.oo.
graves of deceased members in the
Saturday forenoon. The
Class l--Best 6 separate named van- local Cemetery.
running a market will be available Baptists from McMinnville played
Every letter was a benediction for all the berries grown in this
etiea, any <<>ior--$i.°o.
j The annual spring picnic of the
the life a n d w o r k of Mr. vicjnity
against the local team. In the
CU“ J~Be«t basket of decor.t.ve A , ha Zela ^ i e t y of P. U. Was
rose», arranged for effect, arrange- hefa ftt ^
F a „ s ,M t
The berry growers of the county ^rst Kame with “ Mac the P. U
M r. Roe expressed the opinion
merit to count 50 per cent—$1.50.
and proved a very jolly affair. that Prof. Marsh’s pupils could held a meeting at Hillsboro Tues- boys were defeated by the score of
Class K — Best tea table decoration, j
Dean and Mrs. Clark chaperoned not if they would and would not day evening to discuss the advis- 3 to 2. However, on Saturday P.
arrangement to count 50 jrer cent—$1.50.
the young p e o p l e and brought if they could forget him.
i ability of forming an organization u . got back at the Baptists, the
Claaa L —Heat arranged boquet of
and a committee composed of J. onl team that has defeated the
them all back.
.. lL .
Miss Marjorie Hesseltine re Miss Keep, the audience went to N. Hoffman of this city, Truman ; n : T
Claaa M —Beat boquet of any kind of '
of Gaston, Tom Brown of H ills-; P - U * aggregation this season, by
turned Tuesday f r o m Topeka, the Carnegie library, where, after
boro, Rose of Huber and Miller defeating them by the score o f 6
Claaa N —Beat 12 varieties of rosea— 1 Kas , where she has been attend a short address by Mr. Roe. the of Hillsboro was appointed to to 2. This makes P. U . again the
ing Washington College, specializ tablet was unvailed by Miss Katie
Silver Cup by the Cornelius News.
ing in music. She will attend Pa Roe. The tablet is of bronze, draw up a plan of organization, undisputed champion of the Non
The formation of the parades
draft by-laws, etc
The growers conference League. In this game,
cific University next term.
the most enduring material known,
will be as follows:
will meet at Hillsboro next Tues- Webb made a record by jstriking
Mrs. Albert Anderson and little is 18x36 inches in dimensions and
In raised letters day evening to take further action. out 14 men. Brown of “ M ac”
daughter arrived Monday from is very artistic
Marshal o f the Day
One of the chief needs of the l truc^ oUt d ^ tt ^ e^f>
¡Sturgis, S. D., for a visit with the are the f o l l o w i n g words and
organization is to adopt a stand- “ rown 2. P. L . made 8 hits and
Forest Grove Band
1 former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. numerals:
ard of excellence for loganberry ^ rVn*
^ 0J11® h 11118) ’
In Loving Memory of
John VanKoughnet, and with the
Queen and Maida
JO SEPH W A L K E R M ARSH
family of her brother, Charles.
! en close attention, as the growers
exceAent g a m e and
Four Boys One at Head of Each
M D C C C X X X V I-M C M X V
Mrs. M cKay, grand representa
realize that the prices obtainable
dld .slP“ ?el.
tive for North Dakota, and Mrs.
team work that has been done this
Autos of All Kinda
Albert Anderson of Sturgis. S. D.,
season besides pulling the P. U.
Vehicles of all Kinda
visited the Eastern Stars at their
team out of two particularly tight
Buggies and Carta of all Claaaea
Friend and Counsellor of Students,
meeting Monday evening. There
' places. Ireland sent the first ball
Horae Back Riders
Teachers and Fellow-Citizens
were initiations, followed by a 1
Some time last Friday night the over the north fence and made a
An Exemplar of
big Chalmers car of Grant Hughes : i home run with ea>e. Lucas sent
God-Fearing and God-Like Service
There will be a meeting of legal
was stolen from the garage, cor one into the tall grass by the
(and in G reek ):
Marshal of the Day
voters of school district No. 15 at
ner First avenu and Fifth street, , fence
, made a home run by
Forest Grove Band
the Central School building at 2 “ Blessed Are the Pure in Heart, for and neighbors say they heard the „jf.fPff® , and a fumble by the
They Shall See God.”
visitors when the ball came in.
p. m. June 19th for the purpose of
Is Erected by the Alumni car leave the g a r a g e about 2
Queen and Maida
electing one director for a term of
o ’clock Saturday morning. Satur Next Fowler sent a pretty fly over
of Pacific University A. D. 1916.
Girla Three to Eight years o f Age
the fence right where Ireland won
three years and a clerk, to serve
Professor Marsh died in this day forenoon the car was found a his laurels. Tw o m en were on
With Dull Buggies
city in the spring of 1915 and this
Any A ge up to Three in Baby Buggy,
bases and all three made it home
Mrs. Dorothy Seymour a n d
was a very appropriate service in effort had been made to turn in without half running, for the ball
Wheeled by Girls From Eight to
little daughter, Victoria, Monday |
memory of a man so beloved by the road. The engine had evi-
entertained fourteen little boys his pupils and so highly respected dent'y ^ ^ e d and the thieves was never found. This took the
Boys 3 to 8 with Wagons
| and girls in honor of Miss V ic -1
were unable to again start it. M r. “ pep” out of the visitors, but they
by citizens in general.
toria’s seventh birthday anniverj
Hughes towed the car home and were game losers.
This season Webb averaged 10
sary. The little folks enjoyed
The Philathea Sunday School found that no damage had been
(11:00 A. M.)
strike-outs per game, and 2 Yv hits
games and refreshments on the o f t h e F i r s t Congregational done it.
This is an enviable record. On
For best decorated auto from county lawn.
Church of Forest Grove held ils
Registered Bull Purchased
Saturday Fowler, P . U .’s famou
—1st prize, ladies’ dress pattern or
There will be a union meeting annual meeting at the home of
auto coat, by King & Co.; 2nd prize, of the Young People’s societies of i Miss Anna Taylor on M ay 31, at
W K. Newell, of Seghers, has 3rd baseman and one of the bes
auto cap, by John Anderson; 3d prize, all the city churches Sunday at which time the following officers purchased a Holstein bull, a son batters, was elected captain of th<
There is no
hand-paintsd vase, by Mrs. A. Dixon. 7:30 p. m. at the Congregational were elected: Miss Jennie A rm -, ° f the new worlds’ record cow, team for next year.
For best decorated auto representing clyirch.
Leaders, M a x Reeher strong, president; Miss M ay Stal- Lutske Vale Cornucopia, who on
Fraternal Order—1st prize, $5.00 by and Sadie McCoy.
Topic, “ The ley, vice president; Miss Alice M ay 16 completed a year’s record in the league than “ W art” Fowle
First National Bank; 2nd prize, $4.00 Will and t h e
Special Crook, secretary; M r s . Luella of 31,344 pounds of milk; a 10 and another victorious season i
worth o f Mazda Lamps, by Goff Bros.; music. Everybody invited.
gallon can full every day in the looked f o r w a r d to under hi;
For best decorated auto from Forest
year, thereby defeating the former captaincy.
Mesdames Jennie Bump, E. E.
Grove— 1st prize, ladies or gentleman’s Williams and C. O. Roe are rep
A committee of Masons accom champion, Tilly Alcatra, by 884
Fowler is a Freshman and r
shoes, by C. V. B. Russell; 2nd prize, resenting Forest Chapter No. 42, panied Undertaker J. S. Buxton pounds of milk. This l a t e s t member of the Gamma Sigma so
umbrella, by J. E. Bailey.
Order of Eastern Stars, at the to Forest View cemetery Sunday ¡ “ dairy queen” is owned by the ciety. He is famous for his han
For best decorated farm er’s float—1st grand chapter session in Portland morning and witnessed the inter well-known Holstein b r e e d e r , hitting at the bat.
He drove ou
prize, $5:00 order on the Portland Seed this week. The session closes this ment of the ashes of the late William Bishop of Chimacum, a three-bagger on his first appea>-
Co., by E. F. Burlingham; 2nd prize, afternoon.
E. W. Haines, past Thomas G. Todd. The urn con Wash. The young bull, Quirinus ance at the plate. His battin
$3:50 in merchandise by Schultz Pure grand patron, went u p yesterday taining the ashes was placed in an Vale Cornucopia, is also a brother average for the season is close to
to see that things are done ac earthenware jar which was sealed to the sensational heifer “ Chima-, 300.
(Continued on page Five)
with cement and buried.
cum Wayne Boone Second.”
(Continued on page Four)
cording to Hoyle.
Putting in Plant
to Extract Juice Jhorley’ Cranda11 and ^ 7 Fri-