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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1916)
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Published every Wednesday at Forest Grove, Oregon.
W. C. Benfer, Kdilor and Publisher.
Oregon, under the Act of March 8, 1870
The following are some of the
1 items of advance noted during the
three years of the present admin
C O M M E N T S
Largely increased p u b l i c i t y
AS TO POLITICAL
throughout the northwest. Some
00,000 pieces of advertising litera-
There is an old story of a wife ! ture have been distributed The
who once, when upbraiding her president has personally given 286
husband, reminded him of how ! public addresses in the interest of
urgent was his courtship, how he the College. The professors have
was wont to tell her that he could given altogether about 100 ad-
not live without her, how un d: esses in extension and public
happy he was every moment when service work.
he could not be with her, and
Interest and good feeling has
how he now all the time seemed increased betw«>en the local corn-
indifferent if not cold.
munity and the college and the
Just then a a man
with a gr*P I college has been glad to organize
ran past the window before the various agencies of community
pair, “ Do you see that man?” I I service in the promotion of this
asked the husband. The wife re interest, such as the use of the
plied: “Yes, it is neighbor Jones, gymnasium, free on Saturdays by
he . is evidently running to catch
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• of Forest Grove and with
train No. 6, which leaves
at 6 P- jsmall
rental by the citizens of
m and-glanc.ng at the c lo c k -lt | Foreal Grove an(| Hi|bboro amJ
THURSDAY, J UNK 15. 1016
N O T E S
A N D
If Teddy is really to keep out
of the running, Judge Hughes has
a fine chance to be elected
The weather man has promised
to be good next Saturday and it
is hoped he keeps his promise.
Put on your best bib and tucker
Saturday and come to the pee-rade
and rose show. And bring your
dinner and eat it on the campus,
if you want to.
While the sheriffs of Oregon
were in state convention at Port
land last week, they passed a res
olution declaring that crime had
greatly diminished under prohi
bition. And the sheriffs are not,
as a rule, prohibitionists, either.
(Continued from page One)
Tillamook County Beaches
are Calling .
Ar c y o u g o in g d o w n th is S u m m e r ?
Many Reach Resorts
Rathing in the Surf
Coif and Tennis
L o w R o u n d T r ip F a r e s
Are on sale daily from Southern Pacific stations to
Tillamook Beach resorts. Return limit Sept. :i()th.
Ask local agent for further inform ation or write for
booklet ••Tillamook B atches."
J ohn M. S c o t t . General Passenger Agent
PoKTLANP, O h EOON
SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES
! P“ 1' °ut
,hrw " “ " “I” i the pupil» of the Forest Grove fort and also in the important ef will have a rock road clear from
When an eastern paper asked
m h he keep j Hiph School; also the use of the
its readers how they thought the running ' asked the husband.
fort to establish a regular current Gaston to Portland. The Beaver-
campus for the local Chautauqua, expense income from voluntary ton-Portland end will be a trifle
paper might be improved, hun
It is that way with political
dreds wrote the editor asking that platforms. They are now made Forest Grove festivals and the gifts, the co-operation of t h e rough, hut there will be no road
he quit running the pictures of a to catch trains of voters and i’ Washington County Fair. The Alumni and old students has that a wagon or machine can not
grinning clown named Chaplin in they make it their anxiety im college has been glad to allow the been earnestly solicited.
get through loaded to the guards.
the news column. Not a bad mediately ceases. So, when we use of its auditorium and other
During his administration, the The entire road between Reaver-
suggestion, either. Too m u c h read them the only safe way to 1 rooms for purposes of the citizens president has personally raised by ton and Forest Grove will be put
to; at a n o m jn a | s u m a n «j ¡n pvery
Chaplin is like too much castor ¡consider them is to go back and
subscriptions and gifts for current in shape, and hundreds of men
way has endeavored to co-opera expenses already paid in or about will be employed. By Oct. 1, at
consider what the records of the with the public in the
promotion „(0 ^ pa j,| some $7,500, or more the latest, it is expected that the
partit s and the candidates on the of worthy civic enterprises
TELLING THE TRUTH
than the total amount of his sal entire stretch will be completed.
Most newspapers want to be p l a t f o r m s a r e . —Goodwin’s
The Academy has been discon ary during the three years.
In the neighborhood of $30,000
truthful, but there are often times Weekly.
tinued in the interest of efficient
In* expended on the work, a
when an editor does not feel war
college work. The Conservatory self-help, with experienced assist part of it coming from the state.
Met the President
ranted in telling the whole tru th .1
A number of Rebekahs and has been re-organized with a new ance and financial support, has All the work will bo done under
An Indiana editor was recently
Odd Fel'ows attended the recep- corps of teachers, so as to afford been projected and it is hoped will the supervision of th e county
severely criticised, and practically
tion given Mrs. Nellie Watten- more inducement and better op- be carried out in the near future. court, a n d no interest-bearing
called a liar, because he told some
burg. president of the Rebekah portunity to decrease cost for the
warrants will be issued, all work
very nice things about a fellow
state assembly, at the residence of average college student to take
men agreeing to take the last 50
citizen who happened also to have
per cent of the pay in the fall.—
Inspect Clover Fields
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Bernard last music.
s o m e b a d qualities and was
C W. Creel, entomologist for Hillsboro Argus.
Friday evening. After all had
Recognition of the growing in-
thoroughly disliked by a few.
met the new president, that offi- terests and requirements of worn- the U. S. Department of Agricul-
Washington County Transfers
The criticism of the editor aroused
cial made a short address, telling en ¡n education has been made by ture. who has been stationed for
following real estate trans
him to declare that henceforth, he
of the growth of the order in the the introduction of college stand three years at Fore-t Grove in fers were recorded with the regis
would “tell the truth” and here
ard courses in Domestic Science vestigating clover pests, spent ter of deeds at Hillsboro during
are some of the items which ap northwest during the past year and Art; and, as occasion gives
Monday in Yamhill county with the past week:
peared in the next issue of his and some of the plans for the opportunity, it is the p!an
to County Agent Schrock, looking W. J. Scott et ux to F. C. C arm ark,
future She outlined a plan by
parts of Iota 1, 2, 3, blk 3, Simmons
over the situation here.
means of which it is proposed to strengthen these courses.
‘ John Bonin, the laziest mer
The student life has been to
Clover seedlings of 1914 they Add to Hillsboro, $10.
build a fire-proof addition to the
chant in town, made a trip to
Kliza I.. McDonald to Forest Grove
home maintained at Portland for some extent reorganized with a found badly infested with the National
Bank, part of lot 4, blk 20,
aged Odd Fellows, Rebekahs and practical system of student self- midge, but fields on which this is Forest (¡rove, $10.
“John Coyle, our grocer man.
the orphans of Odd Fellows. This government now being tried out the first crop year for clover an* C harlotte A. Hanfield e t vir to Thoa.
is doing a poor business. His
proposed addition is to accomo and the introduction of apparent quite free from the pesl. Mc Withycomhe, 10 acres in NK quar sec
store is dirty and dusty How
31, I S 3. $10.
date the children now in the home ly successful customs, such as All- Minnville News- Reporter.
can he do much ?
Thomas Withycomhe e t ux to Frank
College Day, the May Festival,
Chapman, sam e as al»ove, $18.71.
“Rev. Styx preached last Sun and it is the desire to build it next the Stude.iL Senate and develop
Clay Hadley to J. C. A pplegate, 40
day night on ‘Charity.’ The ser
D. C. Stokesbury came down | acres NK quar sec 25, 3 N 4, $10.
A portion of the evening was ment of higher grade of college
mon was punk.
Forest Grove Friday and Myrtle Lilly to N. C. Lilly, half acre
“Dave Sonkey died at his home spent at music, visiting and get
The constituency of the college fitted up the road roller at the sec 7, 1 N 4, $5.
in this place. The doctor gave it ting better acquainted. During has been increased as a very nec court house, and took it to the Henry Challacombe et ux to Kdouard
out as heart failure. Whiskey the evening the hostess served essary and important element in Beaverton-Reedville s t r e t c h of Lamontagne, part lot 81, Spring Hill
cake, coffee a n d strawberries.
Farm , $453.60.
its success, by numerous journeys road, on which work commenced Frank I,. L irhty et ux to P eter Zuer-
“Married—Miss Sylvia Rhodes
and consultations by the president the first of the week. The outfit rher, 22.40 acres NK quar sec 36, 1 N 2,
and James Conlin, last Saturday, occasion. Mrs. Watt- nburg left both in Oregon and Washington, will be at work there for two or $ 1 .
at the Baptist parsonage. The Saturday afternoon f o r Scholls where several considerable gift., three months, and will remain J . C. W hitaker e t ux to Will M.
bride is a very ordinary town girl, and from there she went to Tilla have been piomised to the College. there until the road is rocked con Coleman e t ux, 13.12 acres sec 21,
who doesn't know any more about mook. On her return she visited
The question of increased en necting the ends of the rock roads. Fred A. Krihs e t ux to F. T. C'hap-
cooking than a jack rabbit, and
dowment hns been held in check My fall the people of the county man, SW quar sec 32. 1 S 3 , $1.
never helped her mother three this city and her home at Klamath
during the hard times by the
days in her life. She is not a Kalis. The new president is a
larger question of consolidation • S S 3 S S
beauty by any means, and has a
with Albany College which has
gait like a duck. The groom is versed in the history of the order been noticed in the papers. This
an up-to-date loafer. He h a s and takes a sincere interest in her
on anything in the line of
projest has been approved by the
been living off the old folks at work. She is also also president
h i g h e s t educational officers of
home all his life, and is not worth of the Klamath Falls Woman’s
and is still a very live
club and expects to interest her
shucks,. It will be a hard life.
Ladies’ and Gents’ Underwear
issue at this time.
“The governor of our great associates in a flower carnival on
at half price; Children’s regular
T h e regular college student
state, a very ordinary man, and
25c hose, 2 pair for 25c.
body has been increased 42 per
who was elected by accident, was much impressed with the Portland
cent, and the Freshman class in
Corner Third St. and Pacific Ave
here yesterday. He has very few Rose Show.
creased last year 75 per c e n t
Phone 41 x
friends here now. He promised
Conductor Craw, of the Forest over the year before. Increas
some of the voters of this precinct Grove local, reports the find of a
ing n u m b e r s of well-prepared
a pieop of the pie in event of his thumb, which had been ampu
students are coming from Port
election, but had forgotten all tated. The amputated member
land and the larger high schools
about it when the time to hand was carefully packed in cotton,
of Oregon and Washington.
over the little office rolled around.’ and was in a pasteboard box. He
It has been the policy of the ad
If Sylvia had been your sister has found many strange things in
ministration to keep in touch with
or daughter you would have felt coaches, but this latest was grue
the Alumni and old students. A ,
grateful had the editor said she some and takes the belt. Some
determined effort has been made
was “beautiful and accomplished,” party had been to Hillsboro and
to ascertain the addresses of all of
even tho you knew he lied like a had the digit cut off, and evident-
the old students now living who
fisherman. So you see how edi- j ly was taking it home as a souve- have been a year or more in resi-
tors learn to lie
dence at the college. In this ef-
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