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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1916)
The Warm Days Are Now Here
and every woman ia entitled to an Oil Stove.
Come in and aee the
P»on-Ami Short-Burner Oil Stove
Heats quicker than any other make; clean and odorless.
Sharpless Tubular Cream Separator
Is a machine we are not afraid to recommend to our best friends.
Selling agents for Litchfield Manure Spreaders. Smalley En
silage Cutters and Iron Age Cultivators and Seeders.
GORDON & GORDON HARDWARE CO.
FORKST GROVE, ORE.
The Honorary Degree of Doc
tor of Divinity was bestowed upon
Otis Halbert Holmes, pastor of
the Congregational church of this
city and member of the State
Parole Board u n d e r Governor
followed t h e ceremony. Rev.
Holmes is a preacher of rare abil
ity , possessing talent in oratory,
and he is a man of broad ex|M*r-
ience, both in 'politics and prison
reform work, besides his long ex
perience in the ministry. He is
therefore broadminded, charitable
and sympathetic. His personality
is kindly and winning. His many
friends will be greatly pleased to
hear of this rare honor being be
stowed upon one so worthy.
Get this $1.65
ALUM INUM SIX -Q U A R T KETTLE
For Preserving, Pot Roasting, Stewing Etc.
Useful every day
p i ...«
n o t. n .w
• d j u . t . b l . ball
The dancing in the closing scene
The Commencement Concert
was especially delightful.
j Tuesday evening in Marsh Hall
Graduating Exercises Wednesday was not very well attended, hut
(Continued from page Four)
Marsh Hall was well filled Wed those who did attend pronounce
nesday afternoon at the graduat it even better than last year’s
concert. In fact the music lo.vers
The Commencement Play
ing exercises. A large number of say it was simply grand. Airs.
The Shakespearean play, “ As the Alumni were present to wit Lea SliiMcr H athaw ay, the beet
You Like It,” given by the col ness the fifty-fourth annual com lyric soprano soloist in Portland,,
lege students on Monday evening, mencement of their beloved Alma Dr. Stuart McGuir , Portland’s!
was a great s u c c e s s . Like the Mater. Rev. Otis H Holmes gave best baritone soloist, and M i s s 1
May Day play, this performance the invocation. Miss Freda Ack Elizabeth H a m i l t o n Stowers,
was given on the out-door stage er. a graduate of the Conservatory, Portland’s noted contralto soloist,
under the spreading o a k s and sang “ Love's Sorrow.” The sweet were the singers. Miss May Van
giant firs of P. U.’s beautiful cam tones of her fine voice thrilled the Dyke was the pianiste accompan-
pus. Again the weather was ideal audience with its tenderness and ! iste
for an out-door performance, ex pathos as she so beautifully inter
Annual Alumni Banquet
and th e c o u p o n if p r e s e n t e d
cept that it was a bit chilly toward preted the fine « xpression of this
on o r b e f o r e Ju n e 17, 19 16
the last. This time the space n- song. In the absence of Rev.
At the Alumni banquet Wed
c'.uding both stage and auditorium Henry Marcotte, who was to have nesday evening President Bu^h-
Aluminum utensils are NOT “all the •nme.” Be • l i r e you get
was entirely enclosed by a wall of given the address, Rev. H. N. nell acted as toastmaster and gave
“ Wear-Ever." I.<*ik lor the “ Wear-Ever” trade mark on the
canvas that served to keep off the Mount, pastor of the Vernon the opening talk. MissFarnham,
Itottoui o f cv« rv utensil. If It is not there It is not “ Wear-Ever ”
cool north breeze, as well as to Presbyterian church of Portland, Dean of Women, spoke for the
KEI i SI SI HSTI11 TE&
prevent the aisles and front space delivered the address. His sub faculty. Mr. B. S Huntington
R e p la c e utensils that wear out
from being filled up by the inevit ject was “ The Value of a M an.” of Portland gave a toast in behalf
able crush that would have other Rev. Mount is an able speaker of the Board of Trustees. Mr. W.
w ith utensils that “ W ear-Ever”
wise attended the occasion. Al and a logical thinker. His ad X. Barrett, an attorney of Hills
though there were a few vacant dress was full of interest from the boro, spoke for all. Mr J. P.,
-- l..r yooeu-lf tin- diTrrriup bctweni "W e .r-E v .r” nml other |
, i l i - 'i.ii.in.in nml ri.mii'-h-il «i n- thru iiu «ill know why
seats in the rear, there was a start. He wasted no word-, but Hurley spoke in behalf of the
ui h i ) Wfoiuru prefer " W e . r - E v . r ’* co o k in g u ln m U .
good crowd present, and, as many spoke terseh and drew his co. - town. Mr Edwin Dibble and
remarked, an exceptionally order elusions clearly. When he clo-ed Mr. James Rasmusen of the grad
Cut out this Coupon—Bring it to us today
ly crowd. The receipts did not the audience seemed surprised that uating class spoke for the Seniors.
meet the expenses of the produc he had said so much in so brief a All the toasts were in the nature
time. The interest was at its of boosting for the college. It
tion by about $15.
There were in all eighteen char height when he finished— and this was a booster dinner and every
‘ Wear-Ever” Coupon
acters in the play. Their costum is witness to his mental powers.
one seemed bent on uniting in the
After the address Miss Elida common cause of boosting for old
\\V w i|? «
till« tfiuivin nml *WU* in |«»ymcnt fnr o u f '* W c * r -
ing was elaborate, which entailed
rr ‘ ait «jiMrt A lum inum K«-til*\ wtin li *> IU r- r ’ iU rly f*»r
*■ f I l > *.A
a considerable c o s t . The play Loynes, also a graduate of the P. U.
.| > «i| p i t a nl llw ruu|jut« It) prfsuii s t stutr ott off
r e Ju n e 17. |v |6 .
started very nearly on time and
Alumni Meeting at Herrick Hall
went along with the p-ecision and solo, “ Czardas,” very effectively.
smoothness of a professional per Dr. C. J. Bushnell, president of
The Alumni meeting at Herrick
formance. The remarkable thing the university, then presented the Hall at 5 p. m. was well attended.
:a« 3 t Hi i
about the play was the excellence
.n * t c .
with which each player performed Bachelor’s Degree was conferred The principal feature of the meet
ing was the election of the mem
his part, from the leads to the upon the following:
least important parts. This is a
Ethel Maude English, magna
full membership in the Alumni as
great credit to the rare ability of cum laude.
Miss Bagstad who coached and
Fay Gretta Schroeder, magna
passed allowing all former stud
directed the play.
of P. U. to become members,
Elizabeth Marguerite Briggs,
Miss Alice Smith, the leading
a few restrictions, who have
lady, was truly wonderful. She cum laude.
at least one year.
Ruth Hi'ls Cady, cum laude.
acted her part with the grace and
charm of a professional; Glenn
There has b e e n considerable
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
Jay Richard Austin,
Jack, the leading man, was also
talk of a consolidation ;
Edwin Olds Dibble,
fine. Miss M a r i e Wells, who
of Pacific University and Albany
Mrs. T. C. Lord, .Sr , is visiting
Norma Emeline Hope,
played “ Celia,” and Harold Reed,
College, but the fact that th e 1 friends in Portland.
the “ fool,” were fine, too. Reed
matter was not even discussed by
Max Welton Ricker,
created a considerable amount of
Uncle Johnny Heisler is report- U
THC-PURE T00P STORE “
the trustees of P. U. at the meet
.Laura Marie Wells.
mirth by his witty philosophy and
ing yesterday would indicate that
comical, clown ways.
For Diploma in Music:
announces new price on
such a move is not likely to occur in Gales City.
Russell Morgan, as “ Amiens,”
Carrie Elida Loynes, Piano.
very soon, if at all.
made a hit with his song. His
Freda Margaret Acker, Voice
strong baritone voice rang through
M rs. Eva Louise Inlow, Voice. Four thing« a man must learn to do,
leave this evening for McM inn
the “ Forest of Arden,” displaying
Mrs. E l e a n o r Russell-McEl- If he would make his record true:
ville for a week-end visit.
(in Sanitary Sealed Containers)
a rare power and quality of tones. downey, Voice.
“ To think, without confusion, clearly; .
Mrs. Taylor's committee of the the large can now $1.00, other
“ To love his fellow-man sincerely;
> CZ 3 0 C Z ) C
Rebekah lodge gave a very sizes 30c and 55c.
“ To act from honest motives purely;
Summer time is Salad and
“ To trust in God and heaven securely.” [enjoyable entertainment of music
Picnic Time—See our Delica
—Krnma Beecher Penfield.
! lodge meeting last night.
tessen Department. E v e r y
The Todd Will Read
Lord & Giguere of the Pacific thing under glass and refrig
the will of the late Thos. Market have decided that they eration.
The Home of Good
G. Todd has not yet been filed for can give l»etter satisfaction to ious.
probate, the document was read their patrons by using govern
ment-inspected beef and are an
to the local heirs last Monday nouncing this fact in their adver
and from John A . Thornburgh, tisement in this issue.
who is namerl as executor, with
supplies now on
Mrs. N e l l i e Wattenberg of
out bonds, the Express secures
and all kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats
the following facts:
After bequeathing to a number of the Rebekah Assembly, is ex Mason pints - - - 54c
of his local relatives and friends pected tomorrow evening for a
quarts - - - 64c
small amounts of money, includ visit with local members. She
half gallon - 89c
ing $500 to the Masonic lodge, will be tendered a reception at the
Jar caps 19c per dozen
the remainder of the large estate, home of Mrs. H. R. Bernard,
consisting of a 490-acre farm,
Best new Rubber Rings 3 box
stocks, bonds and money in bank, lodge.
is divided as follows:
Chemists have applied tests es 23c.
Chipped Dried Beef,
To Elizabeth Bates Ward (niece) which show that an undershirt i Economy pints -
¡of Tillbury, Ontario, Canada, one belonging to Bennett Thompson,
Sweet, Sour and Dill Pickles,
third of the residue.
in jail at Hillsboro on suspicion of
Imported Queen Olives
To William Bradt (nephew) of having murdered Helen Jennings
O n t, one-third.
and Fred Ristman near Sherwood
Pint Jars, 25c
T o Ella G il b o y ( n i e c e ) of on the night of May 15th, has
A ll Kinds o f
Rochester, N. Y., one-sixth.
been stained with human blood
To Elizabeth Todd (niece) of and it has also been discovered
N . HOFFMAN
Canasarega, N. Y ., one-sixth.
that Thompson wore when arrest
The will will be filed for probate er] clothing stolen from a Jap em
Attorney At Law
ployed about the Jennings farm. Patent Office Business Solicited
The estate* is worth i n the These are about the only new
features of this baflling case.
neighborhood of $100,000.
P. U. COMMENCEMENT
MAKES BUSY WEEK
Famous Salad Oil
The PACIFIC MARKET
The Canning Season
For Picnic Dinners