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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (June 22, 1916)
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AN IN D E P E N D E N T W EEKLY NEW SPAPER
Vol. I, No. 24
FOREST GROVE, OREGON. THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1916
$1.50 per Year
Wilcox of Cornelius, Miss Eliza-!
betfc Cready of Portland and Mrs. j
Thofl. Carmichael of Gaston and,
so far as the writer has heard,
their decisions were satisfactory.
It sure was one grand little parade,
some of the tots whaling doll
carts being so young they looker!
as though they should be in the
Through an alliance with the ! Pacific avenue, west to A street, carts, instead of outside.
weather man and by strenuous north to Pacific avenue, east to
The Rose Show
work on the part of the variou« College Way and then north to
In spite of the exceedingly hot
Hub-commit tees, the Rone com Second avenue north, where the days preceding the Festival, the
mittee of the I ' o r e , i Grove judges completed their examina display of roses was excellent.
Woman’s club made its 1916 rose tion.
Many choice kinds were exhib-
The Camp Fire float was given ! ited, all of which rivaled those
show and carnival an unqualified
success. The ladies of the com the grand prize for the most beau shown anywhere this season.
mittees say that the business men tiful float of any kind; the prize
The first prize f o r b e s t six .
of the city are entitled to some of for the lx*st decorated auto went
of Caroline Testout went
the credit, because of the prizes to Vernon Burlingham, second to
to Mrs. Hines. The b l o o m s
furnished for the parade features Mrs. S. G. Hughes, third to Mrs.
raised by Mrs. Francis Wright
and provisions donated for the Reder, fourth to the Fleur de Lis
stood second best and Mrs. Hur
lunch, but the business men have club, fifth to Mayor Paterson and
ley's third. The prize for best
already been repaid by the large sixth to the P. IJ. auto.
twelve blooms Caroline Testout
.-mount of business transacted
Riverside G r a n g e carried off was won by Mrs. Hines, the sec
Saturday with the people brought first for the best decorated frater
ond by Mrs. Thornburg and the
Mr. and Mrs. Elias C Smith of materially in recalling the days
to town by the rose show.
nal society float, with the Re- third by Mrs. Parker.
city, who were joined in wed- when the family was living under
As a treat for beauty-loving bekahs si-cond and Gale Grange
F. H Sholes took the prize for lock in the state of Ohio on June J-he 83,116 f°°J where the guests of
eyes, the pageant and rose ex third. (One of the judges stateri
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honor and their daughter still re-
hibition were all that could have that Gale would have received best six blooms of pink roses, i 17th,
celebrated their six-
been asked and as a means of better than third if flowers instead
tieth wedding anniversary in the * Father and Mother Smith have
bringing people to town this of grains, ha ' been used for dec Mrs. M. BE Morgan’s third.
Mrs. Lewis received the prize house in which they have lived been residents of Oregon forty-
method could not have been ex orations).
for twenty-eight years, corner of hye years, most of which time
celled. And the Express sees an-
The h'Tst -d .wn hose cart of for best six blooms of red roses, A street and Pacific avenue Sat- they have lived in and around
otln r advantage gainer!—the in the fire department took the prize G. A. Elder took second place and
urday. While the guests of honor Forest Grove and it would be a
centive to grow more and better offered for the best double vehicle. Mrs. Lewis third.
getting along in years, they difficult matter to find a couple
roses, if that is possible.
Mrs. Heath carried off the prize
In the single vehicle class, Mrs.
took a deep interest in the with more friends and admirers,
Yes, everything was favorable Brodersen’s entry took fir<t and for the finest yellow roses, Mrs.
that was prepared by their
Mr- Smith is a charter member
for a good time and we had it.
M C. Morgan's were second best daughter, Mist Nora, and served of the local G. A. R. post and
Mrs. Austin’s second.
The automobiles, wagons, hug-
Thelma I«ambrecht and Esther and Mrs E. X . Harding's third. on the lawn to a dozen invited Mrs. Smith is a charter member
, saddle horses a n d other Dilley took first and second, re
The best six blooms Frau Karl guests, a m o n g w h o m
were of the W. R. C. of this city.
features 6 f the first parade began spectively, for the best decorated Dru^chki, w’ere raised by F. H.
their only sons, J. D. Smi’ h o f
With the large number of local
assembling shortly after 10 a. m. saddle horses.
Sholes, Raleigh Walker’s weresec- American
Fork Idaho, and De-
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, , , ,
and a few minutes after 11 the
Gale Miller took first prize for and J. A. Elder’s third.
Witt Smith of Hillsboro, as well ^
]e out of work- lt looks foo>-
beautiful pagi ant began to move, the most comical auto ai.d Chas.
For best twelve blooms Frau as their only daughter, Nora. J. ish for people who are connecting
amid the cheers and applause of Aydelot and son secured second. Karl Druschki ihe prize went to
D. Smith was accompanied by his with the sewer to give contracts
The judges were Francis Ash F. H. Sholes and those raised by
several thousand delighted spec
Bert G., and the latter’s lit to out-of-town workmen
ford, James A. Hill and Frank C. Mrs. I^ewis took second place.
tie son, who formed the youngest another place to patronize local
First came the mounted mar Riggs, all of Portland, and they
Harry Giltner won the prize member of the four generations industry. Give the jobs to local
shals, on their prancing steeds, ¡stated that their only regret was
best six blooms white roses, present. L. E. Smith (nephew) peof pie and keep the money at
and behind these came the mem that they didn’t h a v e
Parker t o o k second and and wife and I. H. Smith and wife. horn
bers of the Forest Grove bund, enough to giVe every entrant one.
Dr. Ward and Mrs. Phebe Ward
followed by the beautifully deco
The Children’s Parade
Lord in Full Charge
The best six seperate named and Mrs. Scott Smith and daugh
rated hose cart, trimmed in white
At 3 p. m. the parade arranged varieties were furnished by F. H. ter, Bessie, and Johnny Mathews
Charles Giguere, who has been
and pink; even the hoofs of the for the children took place, the
Sholes; W. Dickenson’s collection of this city and Mrs. Emily Keen connected with the Pacific Market
hors« s being painted white.
starting point being Second ave took second prize.
Webster of Portland were the
Following the hose cart came nue north, between Main street
for the past two months, Monday
Florence Webley arranged the
Mayor Paterson’s auto (a prize and College Way. The parade
out to his partner, T. C.
winner), containing t h e mayor was headed by the mounted mar I best basket of decorative roses
jr., who is now sole owrner
and family and Mr. and Mrs. J. shals, followed by the band, the
market. Mr. Lord has
P. Hurley. 'i'b • members o f the boat C irt, mayor and council,
in Forest Grove to
city council rode in the next auto Camp Fire Girls, queen and maids,
and after them came the beautiful boys on bicycles, boys with hand-
to make the
float of Queen Jenness (Miller) wagons, a locomotive and tender
and her six maids. The float was (imitation), little girls with babies iable decoration was won by Mrs. as the invited guests, for Miss Pacific Market the favorite trad-
Mrs. Bernard stood sec- Smith had prepared an excellent ir.g place for those in quest of
beautifully decorated, but was in cabs, Charley Chaplin, a little Hurley
Thornburgh third, old-fashioned dinner that assisted good meats.
no more beautiful nor pleasing to clown, little girls with dolls in
Alice Crook received the p r i z e ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------
the eye than the passengers
carts, dog drawn cart, wheelbar
Then came the auto decorated rows, etc. The Congregational for best bouquet of pansies; Mrs
a n d entered by M r s . S. G. church square was encircled and B. H. Jones second, and Mrs. A
Hughes, followed by the auto when the little chaps arrived op C Smith, third.
Mrs. B. H Jones furnished a
float of the Fleur de Lis club, one posite Marsh Hall they were told
of the most artistic in the parade; ¡to break ranks and were treated beautiful bouquet of columbine of
a beautiful auto-float entered in by the refreshment committee to various colors and received the
the name of Pacific University ice cream cones. This parade prize offered for best bouquet o: j
The members of the G. A . R. also elected a delegate to the na
came next, followed by Mrs. W. brought out some of the most any kind of flowers.
W. R. C. who went from this tional encampment.
The gold lined silver cup donat
Pollock’s auto, decorated w i t h beautifully decorated and ingen
Spanish W a r Veterans— Carl
patriotic colors; the W . C . T. U. iously-constructed carts and bug ed to the Forest Grove Rose Fes city to Eugene last week to at
Salem, department com
float followed and was, in turn, gies the brain could imagine and , tival by the Cornelius News for tend the annual encampment of
followed by Elmer M ay’s auto; the judges had a ¡-ore time of it, i the best twelve separate named the G. A . R. and the conventions mander; senior vice commander,
next came Mrs. R. W. Reder’s being limited to a certain number varieties of r o s e s w a s won by . , \ \ t v> r>
A t A-
Hurvey We,Is of Salem; junior
of the \V . R. C. and Ladies of the vlce commander, Clyde R. Nich-
auto-float, beautifully decorated of prize's. The writer felt sorry ; Frank Sholes of Cornelius.
and containing sixteen little tots for the judges, for when it ap
Many other flowers were shown G. A R., returned home . late Fri- elson of Portland; surgeon, Dr.
which, a placard announced, were peared they had about decided besides the gorgeous and beaut iful day night, somewhat tired from Leon H 1 de of Hillsboro; chaplain,
“ Oregon’s Fairest Flowers.”
where the prizes belonged, th ey 1 display of roses. Every lover o f 1 their big celebration, but happy F. A Meade of McMinnville;
take another look over the flowers enjoy I'd the pure white, ¡n the knowledge that they had marshal, F Ben Wade of Port
Vernon Burlingham’s auto-float
came next, followed by the prize - 1 line and talk and argue some pink, and rose-colored peonies; ]an(je(j tJie 1917 encampment and land; inspector, Robert Green of
winning float of the Camp Fire; more. The prizes were finally the many kinds of sweet peas, and
Woman’s Relief Corps— Pres-
the various kinds of snap dragons
Girls, a half-dozen of the girls b e -, awarded as follows:
Mrs. J a c a Willoughby,
ing passengers; Dr. Hawke’s auto | For best-decorated baby car Besides these were larkspur, col
followed and then came the prize- riage— Helen Walker, first; Ade umbine, pinks, lilies, iris, cactus, the Spanish War Veterans goes to Eugene; senior v i c e president.
Elsa C. Clay,
winning float of Riverside Grange line Meresse, second; J. C. Al carnations, geraniums, clematis, Hillsboro.
Mrs. Lilly Bux
(of Dilley). This was followed by bright, jr , third.
heliotrope, improved ferns, var
In the vote for the G. A. R. en ton, Forest Grove; treasurer, Ag
Best child’s makeup— Jeanette ious colors of pansies, about ten campment, Forest Grove received
the float of Forest Rebekah lodge,
decorated in ivy and roses and Straub (little nurse), first; Ruth kinds ornamental colea, and im 114 votes, Roseburg 93, Newport nes Moses, E u g e n e ; chaplain,
Clara Guyss, Woodburn; execu
represented “ Rebekah a t t h e Burlingham, second.
five and seven were scattering.
tive board, Llewellyn Hall, Jennie
Best doll buggy—Susan White, j The three different floral com
Well,” Miss Leta Newton imper
The four organizations elected M. Stanton and Elsie Gross of
sonating Rebekah. The artistic first; Clara Kauffman, second.
panies represented by a beautiful officers as follow’s:
Eugene and Helen Ott and Eliza
Best decorated wagon — I .eon display of flowers were: W. E.
ally beautiful float of Gale Grange,
beth Griffith of Portland.
decorated with grains and grasses, Walker, first; Donald Cheney, I Sherbrook, rose and dahlia special
Ladies of the G. A. R .— De
came next, followed by a single second.
ist of Cornelius; Danser
H n n s p r 's s green-
a r p e n -I mantjer and the other officers as
partment president, Mrs. Valeria
Best wheelbarrow— John En- house of Forest
rig, containing Uncle Sam and
(»rove, and the follows: Senior vice commander. Ben vie, Portland; senior vice pres-
Columbia, boys and girls on horse chede, first; William Stockman, Wilson Grout, Gehr Co., of Port-
Hesse of Eugene; junior
¡dent, Mrs. Mabel Garrison, Mc-
back and boys on bicycles, Ken second; Herbert Van Volin, third. land. These exhibits were much v jce commander, E
r . Sox of Al- j Minnville; junior vice president,
Best decorated b icycle— Ken-1 enjoyed by those present but the
neth Ives’ locomotive and tender,
the Woman’s Club of “ Pumpkin neth Benfer, first; laurel Shot-; professional men did not compete bany; medical director, James G. Mrs. Rosa Montgomery. Spring-
Chambers of Portland; chaplain, field; treasurer, Mrs. Belle El-
Center,” in a wobbly auto, ( ’ has. well, second; Glen Watkins, third. for prizes.
VV. T. Kerr of Portland ; council wood, Lents; chaplain, Mrs. Anna
Aydelott and son, as Doc Yak and
The lunch served at tne show of administration, H. L. Hull of Parker, Albany ¡department coun-
Yutch, in a high-wheeled auto and machine (an imitation locomotive
then a scat tering of comic features and tender) t h a t was neither room brought in $35.25, which is Portland, T. E. Hills of I ortland, sellor, Mrs. Anna Kornbrodt, Oak
The parade wended its joyous wagon, barrow*, buggy nor cart, a little less than it cost, but the J. L. Crow of Hillsboro, G C Grove; c o u n c il administration,
way from the Lincoln school south so they gave him a special prize committee has left some fixtures Thomas of Forest Grove, and J. Mrs. Eva Barhile, Eugene; Jennie
W . Moore of Newberg.
Fry, Springfield; Mary Graff, Mil-
for next year’s show.
on Main street to Third avenue of a dollar box of candy.
C. G. Thomas of this city was i waukie.
(Continued on page Eight)
The judges were Mrs. G. A.
south, east to First street, north to
LOCAL ROSE SHOW
A GREAT SUCCESS
MARRIED SIXTY YEARS
G. A. R. ENCAMPMENT
HERE NEXT YEAR