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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1916)
Supplement to Forest Grove Express
Forest Grove, Ore.. Thursday, June 15, 1916.
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The infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
A daughter was born to Mrs.
Haskell Ferrin is reported ill with Dugan of Toledo, at the home of
Mrs. Roma I^ahie last night.
Mrs. Walter Scofield of («ales , colitis.
Merlin Rice of Sundale, Wash.,
Creek was shopping in town yes
It is feared that Pacific coast
spent Thursday with his aunt, longshoremen will again go on
Mrs. F. C. Taylor.
strike, after having worked about
J. C. Garrigus of Hanks was in
ten days u n d e r an arbitration
town yesterday and stated that he
was moving to Philomath.
end with friends here.
A dispatch from Albany to one
GolT Bros.’ sensational offer on
of the Portland papers states that
aluminum kettles ends Saturday
there is no liklihood of Albany
of this week. See ad on last page. children are moving into Mrs College a n d Pacific University
Levi Walker’s cottage on “ B ”
Mrs. Florence Hollingerof Port street this week.
land spent Iasi week-end with
The Hillsboro Rebekahs have
Mr. and Mrs. George Abraham
Mr. and Mrs. Thompson in this of Corvallis, visited in this city invited those of this city to attend
the first of the week. They for a meeting Saturday night, at
which time a Portland team will
Mrs. Winifred A l d r i c h and merly lived here.
the degrees. All members
daughter, Mrs. Frank Carmack,
Mr and Mrs. Will Shivley of
visited in Portland the last of the Portland autoed to Forest Grove of Forest lodge are invited.
Sunday and spent the day with
Miss Gwendolwn Jones, a for
mer P. U. student, who had just
Mrs. R H. Austin and family Mr. and Mrs. M. Peterson.
start today for Beverly, Wash.,
The Washington County Poul finished a year of teaching in
where they will spend the summer try association m e e t s Friday lone. Oregon, was visiting friends
on their farm.
night at Mofflt to make arrange here and attending commence
ment exercises last week.
Mrs. Harriet Cheadle returned ments! r theannual poultry show.
Miss Heloise Phillips, who for
Saturday from Portland where
Miss Jean Kent of Corvallis
past year has been attending
she spent the week anil attended spent Saturday night here with
Monmouth Normal school
tin* Rose Carnival.
her old friend, Marcella Richards,
today to spend a few days
Glenn Johnston of Washington enroute to the Tillamook beaches. with her mother here, before re
is spending this week at the
Mrs Hope of Vale, Oregon, turning to Monmouth for summer
Thompson h o m e , visiting her spent several days last week in i school.
mother, Mrs. Mary Johnston
Forest Grove, and attended the
Six automobile loads of people,
Mrs. David Wilson of Shaniko, graduation exercises o f Pacific about 40 in all, who are friends of
Oregon, returned to her home University.
Mr. Volk, who was formerly of
Mr. and Mrs. Brackenbury of the Forest Grove News-Times,
Saturday after having spent two
weeks visiting her mother. Mrs. Wood burn were guests at the went Sunday to the beautiful
Geiger home last week, and at country place two and one half
R. H. Austin.
L A. Fletcher, who recently tended the graduation of their miles out of Salem, which is now
owned by Mr. Volk. The trip
sold his shoe slock in this city, daughter, Marie Wells.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Knight was a pleasant one and the large
left Monday for his old home in
Virginia, where he expects to re have been visiting the former’s party had a merry time.
parents, Mr. a n d Mr s . Frank
The grand jury for Washington
has so far considered fif-
F. A. Moore, who recently sub
and found seven true
mitted to an operation at a Port
the names of the in
land hospital came home Friday
and is recovering nicely from the married and have gone to Wood- dicted persons have not been
lawn, Wash., where they will re made public. The jury is now
effect« of the operation
considering the evidence against
I)r. Wilson of San Francisco ar
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Watson B e n n e t t Thompson, suspected
rived Sunday for a week’s visit Tuesday e v e n i n g entertained a with the murder of Helen Jen
with his c o u s i n s , Mrs H. C. dozen and a half of their friends nings.
James and F. W. Emerson. The at cards, m u s i c and lunch, in
Last evening at the home of
cousins had not seen each other honor o f their sister, Miss Doty Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Stockman in
for many years.
Many people will re the east part of town, a few
Mrs. Josephine Curtis Robb ar gret to learn that Kir. and Mrs. friends of their daughter, Miss
rived in Forest Grove Thursday Wat -on will leave the first of July Hazelteen, enjoyed a very pleas
where she will spend the summer to take up their home at Chehalis, ant time. Delicious refreshments
with Mrs. L . 8. Phillips. She is Wash., where Mr. Watson has were served to all on the lawn.
an old resident of Forest Grove purchased an interest in the firm The rest of the evening was spent
and for many years was one of of Everett Saindon & Co., furni in social conversation and music.
the teachers in Washington coun ture and hardware dealers. The Those present were Mrs. Stock-
ty’s public schools. She no w’ Watsons have b e e n in Forest man, Misses Hazelteen and Mary
lives at the Patton Home for old Grove a little m o r e than two Stockman, Joan Pierce, Theresa
people in Portland, having been years, during which time they Beahen, Clara Sage, Mary Corl
an invalid for seventeen years.
have made many warm friends.
and Vesta Greer.
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