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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1916)
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AN IN D E P E N D E N T W EEK LY N EW SPAPER
1 No. 32
FOREST GROVE, OREGON. THURSDAY, AUG. 17. 1916
NOTES AND PERSONALS
HAS CLOSE CAIE
Mrs. Samuel Marshall «a s
Portland visitor Saturday.
Mrs. Harriet Cheadle spent
lew days in Portland last
were in Portland over Sunday " ’ .A
day surprise party was
Mrs T 0 Lord
Ruth Frost of Watts is visiting g*ven ^ ' ss Ada Taylor Saturday
The lectures and exhibit fur-
45 yesterday morning,
a t ^ a t t le ^ ' morning for a friends in the Grove this week.
\ ni« ht> when eighteen of her friends nished this city by the Child Wel-
tile Martin Enschede was gen-1 w v
“r , ,
Miss Belle Darling and mother assembled at her home w’ hile she fare Commission last week were
ing a gasoline torch at the | „
-;iurVs ,e^t yesterday for
t t this morning for Rockaway.
was absent. When she returned, very poorly attended and as a re-
kell garage, the torch caught « ,
Wltb bls s°n, Carl, at Lyle,
birthday message was written suit, no lecture was given Satur-
^and set fire to the b oy’s cloth-
in across the street to-
Airs. Jessie Covert, who suffer- torN et’Do°rtday fr° m
aUt° t" P her by eaCh ° ne present’ Then in 'lay night, as planned.
Carnegie library and
a s.fight relapse a few days ago
Mrs Do. a R Rarhu,
u . came a huge bandbox‘ covered
Thursday night, when Dr. Bish-
Chief Lenneville and Louie ls aKain on the mend,
months i is ° now W!th yellow, upon the top o f which np read an interesting lecture.
uuiberg, whose blacksmith shop j Miss Ada Taylor visited at the
i was a white frosted floral design prepared,by the Commission and
near, followed after him, telling j Abraham farm, near Gaston the able to sit up a part of each day. decorating the outer edge of the
illustrated with lantern slides,
, J. N. Hoffman is shipping sev
to lie down in the grass, j first part of the week,
eral thousand pounds of dried cover. On the center of the top only fourteen persons were present.
the boy did and the two
Mrs. Blanche Richards
went Loganberries to Cincinnati this was written in the same frosty- The lecture was very interesting
beat out the flames with Saturday morning to
appearing material, the n a m e to those fourteen, however, and
¡>ir hats and hands, saving the returning Monday night. Portland, week.
Wm. C. Deaver of Sabetha, “ Ada.” Around the cover gleam
ngster from serious burns, but
dealt with various phases of the
Delicia Brown of this city visit Kas., was in the city Monday and
ning their own hands pain
ed Miss Ethel Johnson of Hills- Tuesday for a visit with the Hes- ed twenty-three yellow candles. state’s dependent charges— the
ty in the operation. The boy
boro Saturday and Sunday.
This was placed upon the center- cripples, deaf, feeble-minded and
pretty well stripped of his
lothing before the flames were
M atson Dodds, who has been table and Ada was told to cut her tubercular.
itinguished, which fact proved for Wasco, where the Loomis fam visiting at Arthur Reehers for the ca^e> A\ ben the '¡d was raised, a
The lecturer told what had been
s salvation. As it was, his arms ily is spending the summer.
past week, arrived in the Grove host of white packages, tied with ' done for the relief of these unior-
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Taylor left Tuesday evening.
. legs Were painfully, though
ye low, were revealed. While these tunatesand what was needed to
jdeeply burned. He was taken for Newport Sunday morning for
Halbert Holmes and Donald w7ere being opened by the happy J relieve the crowded conditions
d a physician’s office, where his two weeks camping trip.
McFeeters came in from the Wil recipient the birthday greetings and had there been a better at.
ounds were dressed and he was
Miss Mina Ferguson of Port son River district last Sunday.
The gifts were al1 tendance, there might not be so
ien taken home. This morning land spent several days last week They report fine walking.
condition is not considered visiting friends in Forest Grove.
Rev. and Mrs. 0 H. Holmes beautiful and appropriate and, af much opposition to appropria-
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Todd and and son, Halbert, and Prof. Bates ter all had been duly admired, tions to pay for caring for the
and Mrs. S. E. Todd mo- were in Portland Wednesday to came the refreshments and a de unfortunates.
The fire ran up some auto robes
I ignited the roof of the garage tored to Salem and back last Sun- hear Judge Hughes lecture.
parting of guests amid a chorus
Friday evening, with an excel
Jrhich was extinguished by a half- day-
! Dr. and Mrs W M. Semones of wishes for many happy returns
en firemen who came without
Miss Laura Famme, who has! have returned from an outing at of the day.
Craft, the crowd had grown to
ialarm being sent in. The fire been visiting relatives in this city, j Rochaway Mrs. Semones is con-
t the torch was extinguished with returned to her home in Yamhill | siderably improved in health.
A surprise anniversary dinner thirty persons, including the lec
Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Hawk and was given in honor of Prof and turer, Miss Doane, field secretary
and Mrs. C. A. Littler were Mrs. Frank C. Taylor Sunday, at for the G ins’ Industrial school.
P. U. Graduates Wed
Yamhill from Friday to Monday, among those who went from this
Miss Doane told of the causes
Thursday, Aug. 10th, at high attending the Methodist camp city to the Hughes meeting in their home on Third Avenue,
delinquency in girls and, ac
North. The day was also the
on, at the home of the bride's meeting.
| Portland yesterday.
to her opinion, foolish
ents in Astoria, Miss Hazel M.
Roy Mayea and family are! Mrs. Zetta Hawkins of Coquille, birthday anniversary of t h e i r
aviesand Howard Rice Taylor are back from a week’ s camping Hiram Hatcher of Portland and daughter, Margaret. Besides the Parents are the chief cause. Most
on Gales Creek. Ed Boos took ■ Mrs. Miller of Monmouth visited members of the household, there of the delinquent girls com e from
¡united in marriage.
R oy’s place in the Caples store \ Mr. and Mrs D. N. Morris the were present M r. and Mrs. John broken homes, especially where
The groom is the son of Profes- during the week.
first of the week.
Rice of Varley, M rs. Harriett the mother is dead or away from
rand Mrs. F. C. T aylor of this
Mrs. Haskell Ferrin and son,
An evening of the finest enter Cheadle, M rs. Olive M and Miss the children. All girls who come
ity, graduated from Pacific Uni-
to the home are not bad, but are
sity in the spring of 1914 and Nelson, went to Albany Saturday tainment can be enjoyed next Anna Taylor of this city.
been elected for his second to visit Mrs. Ferrins parents, Mr. Wednesday at the Sfar Theater
misunderstood by their parents,
;—the attraction, Jack Londons’
A surprise party was given ] resulting in a lack of co-operation
as principal of the Port and Mrs. Spillman.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Taylor re great story, The “ Valley of the Monday evening by Misses Grace!
fownsend (Wash.) schools With
between parents and daughters.
¡father, Howard just recently turned last week from Berkeley, Moon,” superbly told in motion Newton. Naoma Conger and M ar
There are fifty girls, ranging
npleted a t e r m of summer where Prof. Taylor has been tak
12 to 25 years of age, at the
ool at Berkley, Calif. He is a ing a summer course.
which is crowded to the
foung man of sterling character
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Fletcher
guests were present and the even garret. More room is needed
1 bright prospects.
and Miss Roswurm last Friday
ing was spent on the Richards and the coming legislature will be
Washington County Editorial Association
The bride, who is the daughter took dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
lawn, where Japanese lanterns fur asked for an appropriation to
! Mr. and Mrs. T J. Davies of Thos. Williams of Hillside.
James Johnson returned to his
jbtoria, graduated from P. U. in
nished a beautiful decoration. A that end. Girls should, in most
he spring of 1915 and is a bright home in Portland Tuesday, after
delicious three-course luncheon easegi be kept at the home three
Roy Hesseltine vs. Jacob F.
lovable young woman, with having spent ten days here visit-
was served by the hostesses. The year3( but many are forced out
ay admiring friends in both ing his sister, Mrs. Marsilliot.
Tracy, et al., suit to foreclose
forest Grove and Astoria.
Mrs. Reine Davies and small mortgage for $275, with interest. evening was perfect for a lawn before that length of time to make
party and the girls all had a jolly room for new-comers. Finding
After the wedding, Mr. and daughter, Gwendolyn, of Port-
Chas. W. Purdin has filed suit
irs. Taylor took a short vacation land were Sunday guests of Mr. for divorce from his wife, Agnes, l,m e-
| homes in good families for these
ithe beach, but they are now at and Mrs. H. Fogel of this city.
Mrs. W. J. McCready en ter-! girls is a problem, as many people
alleging, among other things, that
)rt Townsend, getting settled in
Miss Alta Soule, who last year ,
twenty-four of her friends who apply for girls do so from
heir new home.
was a junior in P. U-, goes this Agnes
Friday afternoon. The .selfish motives, seeking cheap
Prof, and Mrs. F. C. Taylor week to Berkeley, Calif., where : shine in the spot-light of the play-
spent and j workers and are willing to d o very
nd daughters Ada and Marga- she will finish her College course, house, that she has spent much of
served, j little in return to make the girls
, attended the nuptials.
Mr. and Mrs. Whitehouse, Mrs. his hard-earned money traing for
happy and contented.
VanKoughnet and d a u g h t e r , tbe stage - Charles also accuses
Mrs. A. B. Thomas, Mrs. C. E.
Three Bocks and a B ar
Aima, Margaret Morgan and Ev-
With the help of one farmer,
Agnes of striking him with an iron Hawke and Mrs. Heath enter
Koy Watkins, Earle Buxton and | ejyn McFeeters motored to Hills-
girls are taking care of a
stove-poker, throwing dishes at tained a large number of friends
[ferry Giltner came in last night boro Sunday,
of thirteen acres, besides
om a hunt on Rock Creek with i Mr and Mrs. R. C. Hill return- and applying vile names to him. at a silver tea Friday afternoon.
laundry work, cooking,
bucks and a brown b ear* ed last night from a two months’ The Purdins started on their tem
taking care of their
DILLEY N EW S NOTES
rinni i n B-UXtu0n d^ overLed and Visit in Minnesota. It was so tor- pestuous
............ ..... matrimonial
own rooms. They are given three
DPthp iL f ’p
hiegaV? rid in Minnesota that Oregon ap- [ lg93 the b iunder having been
P the ghost R oy Watkins also got
Lpttpr th a n ever to them.
Mrs. George Blythe visited Mrs. De- hours schooling every afternoon
!bot at him. He was a big fel- pears b e tte r t h d " 1e v e l _
J c o m m itte d m Portland
Bord . t Hillsboro last week.
except Sunday. On this day they
'and started for his pursuers
Dr and ^
onri h L
Hillsboro Commercial Bank is
Mrs. John Fletcher o f Forest Grove,
And he Mrs. Higgs of Portland and t e su-Qg j g Logging for the recov- Mrg Waiter Sargent and babies of have regular devotional services.
A number of posters of crippled
before » he
A G. Hoffman family ot t hi . c ; y
0f $ 150 . 92 , with interest.
Gales Creek and Mrs. Clyde Sutford
- [got pretty I.IWC
“v collapsed. Hs pelt will be tan-
l L .W Hyde has filed . . i t against
- W w feeble-minded
. S U M . of S ...U , «1*
' and kept as a souvenir.
homes which breed
S h r i u l Sa y
: Geo. T . Hamblin for *77.50. with « - « • - ■» “ "*7 >-*
Having sold their ranch near Dilley, f imbecility,
disease and delin-
» Nixon and son, Dr. R . P., of
John McNamer today sent Til- interest, alleged to be due for
as Other screens
city and M r and Mrs. W. J. lamook Maid to Centralia to enter medjcal services.
h and little son of Portland the races. From Centralia she
showing the state’s equipment for
Mrs. Ben Ward o f Gaston entertained
^ed Monday from an auto v ill go to Baker to enter the Inter-
The estate of the late M . S. the G. L. R. club last week. Meadames taking care of these children, were
P of a m onth’s duration thru Mountain^"circuit,-
Mountain circuit, winding up at
Wier has been entered in probate Johnson and Hughes carriee the crowd on exhibition f r o m Thursday
stern Oregon and Western Ida- the Idaho State fair at Boise.
afternoon until Saturday evening,
in their autoa.
After a day’s rest in this city,
Mr. and Mrs. O. M . Gardner of court for final settlement and a
with some local women constantly
! members of the party pulled Lake View, who came via Ford petition filed for the appointment
in attendonce to explain the pic
: yesterday for Astoria, where for a visit with the Van Kirks, de- of Matthew S. Weir as admin- land last week.
*y will remain two weeks.
tures and the work being done.
parted for home Tuesday, accom- istrator.
moving to Montana, having rented A few men and women inspected
d and Gus Gardner and \ panied by Miss Irene nail,
their place here.
these pictures during the daytime.
families left Saturday for will spend the winter a Lake
Marriage licenses have been is
Roy McBride and w ife and Frank
Th? exhibit was held under the
Import to enjoy their vacations, j View
sued during the past week to B. C row the r* and wife are on a hiking trip
On Friday evening, Aug. 2o, at
' Allen is carrying the mad on
of the Parent-Teachers'
A. McDonald of Umatilla and to the cosat.
ite 1 for Gus, while D r. Hines 8 o ’clock the C . W. B. M . A uu»*.—
association, the education com
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,p _ and family „ are at mittee of the W oman’s club and
Fred’s place in the post- iar wifi give a “ Tribute Day” pro- Nellie Dee Whiting of Cornel.ua; C.
gram at the Christian church, af- j obn Able and Esther Aebischer ']'ji|amoojt and \y. C. Fiaher who the Commercial club and a few
ter which a silver offering wii
Qf Sherwood ; Francis Hauer and baa
teaching at Yaquina officers of t h e s e organizations
T. B. Ford of Salem, wife
number of years, is gave liberally of their time to the
the superintendent of the M .
¡exhibit, for the good of humanity.
church, passed away at her
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The County Seat