The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918, June 08, 1916, Image 9

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    Supplement to Forest Grove Express
Vol 1
Forest Grove, Ore., Thursday, June 8, 1916.
No. 22
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs.
Newton Harper of Gales
Hud Dilley is on th e sirk list this
Creek
Monday.
You can always get hrick ice w eak.
D.
T.
Stevenson returned to­
cream at Shearer's.
M rs. F ran k M cBride and baby are
day
from
visit with his mother
Judge R. (). Stephenson had reported doing nicely and are expected at Grant’s a Pass.
home soon.
business in town yesterday.
and Margaret Hancock
We will insure your auto against S atu rd ay w as th e la st day of school and Charles
Florence
Littler are expected
for
the
Dilley
children
and
a
picnic
was
fire, theft and collision. Hancock
home
from
O.
A. C. tomorrow.
held on th e school ground. A fine pro­
& Wiles.
9-tf
g ra m occupied the m orning hours, and
H. R. Kauffman and sis­
Mrs. C. A. Lit tier was among w as g re a tly enjoyed by about 200 peo­ ter, Mrs.
Miss
are viewing the
the local people at Portlands ple; th en dinner and gam es in the a f ­ beauties of Beach,
Portland’s
Rose Show
Rose Carnival today.
ternoon, which w ere enjoyed by young today.
Do a kind act by telling your and old.
Mrs. F. A. Moore visited her
sick friend of chiropractic Dr. Mrs. T hom as is visiting w ith Mrs. husband in a Portland hospital
Stewart, K. of P. block.
Adv W alter W olf fo r a few w eeks.
yesterday and found him improv­
Write and invite your friends Mrs. Lily M aury le ft for M ontana ing nicely.
to the Forest Grove Rose Show la s t S a tu rd a y and will be gone all sum ­
Miss Vandermast, who severely
m er. T hursday evening a few friends sprained one of her ankles in a
and Carnival next week.
th e re d a t h er hom e and wished h er a fall from the stage on the campus
For the best results load your g p a leasan
t journey.
Monday night, was able to leave
camera with the Sptedex Film,
for
her home in Washington this
Mr.
and
M
rs.
J
.
W.
H
ughes,
Mr.
sold by Littler’s Pharmacy.
and M rs. C. A. B rodersen, Mrs. H e r­ morning.
Goff Bros, are advertising else­ m an Sating and Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
There will be a meeting of legal
where in this issue almost a gift S u tfo rd a re a tte n d in g the Rose Show voters
of school district No. 15 at
in Wear-Ever Aluminum kettles. in P o rtlan d this w eek.
i the Central School building »t 2
The Intermediate C. E. society Mrs. V anM eter and Mrs. C row thers p. m. June 19th for the purpose of
of the Christian church is enjoy­ and children w ere in the Grove T u es­ electing one director for a term of
ing a picnic at Rippling Water, day.
three years and a clerk, to serve
up Gales Creek, today.
one year.
Lsgal S n ag s .
s to me th a t the law yers have
Mr. and Mrs. John Kreiger of It "Seem
The P. U. students have been
easy In life."
Verboort lost a two-months-old
drifting out of town for the past
"W hy ao?"
son Saturday and the body was
"T he rest of us have to surm ount ten days for the summer vacation
interred in the Verboort cemetery our own obstacles, hut If n law yer and by Saturday there will be few
Monday morning.
strik es oue he applies to some Judge left, aside from those who reside
Mrs. Ed. Martin and children an d has It set a s id e ” —lam lsvllle Cou­ here. Ben Willard will remain
and look after the campus.
of Nevada, arrived here the first rier-Journal
of the week and are visiting the
I Prof. Ralph Yakel and family
T h r e s C lo ck s.
former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
best th ree do« Us In the world left last e v e n i n g for Chicago,
Buffum, just northwest of the city. are T he
a t th e naval observatory at W ash where Mr. Yakel has a good posi­
Mr. and Mrs. John Thornburgh ington and th e observatories a t Green tion offered him. It was on ac­
were among the local people going wlch and Berlin. T he form er tw o are count of this position that Mr.
to the Portland Rose Festival ¡ the best and show u m ean deviation of Yakel resigned his position as in­
fifteen one th o u san d th s of a second a structor in political science, history
yesterday. Mr. Thornburgh will i day
and physical culture at P. U.
also attend the convention of the
State Bankers’ Association while
E a s y M a rk.
It is not expected that the del­
in Portland.
R andall—I Just borrowed $r> from a egates to the republican national
Next term’s staff of the P. U. frlfn d Rogers Give me Ills address convention will select candidates
Index will be as follows: Byron quick. R a n d a ll- W hy? Rogers—A man for president and vice president
who would lend m oney to you would
Goodman, business manager; Wil- lend
before Saturday. Present indi­
It to any one. —Life
ford Briggs, a s s i s t a n t ; Ruth
cations are that the progressives
Haines, editor- in - chief; G l e n n
It Is not poverty, hnt covetousness, will nominate Roosevelt. An ef­
Jack, assistant; Russell Morgan, th at causes sorrow It Is not w ealth, fort is being made to coax Teddy
Alvena Howard, H a r o l d Reed but philosophy, th at gives security.— to Chicago, in the hope that he
R plctefus
and Orlando Romig, associates.
will make peace with Hughes.
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