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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1916)
Voi. 1, No. 4 1
AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
FOREST GROVE. OREGON. THURSDAY, OCT. 19. 1916
SEWER SYSTEM A Young Called
IS AN ORPHAN
$1.50 per Year
Mrs. John Peabody of Haines
was shopping in Forest Grove i
A pretty home wedding took Saturday.
Soldiers of the Mexican, Civil
S O C IA L N O T E S
AND p e r s o n a l s
At 2 o’clock last Monday after
at noon, Monday, Oct. 16, The latest Columbia records of and Spanish-American wars, with
noon Mrs. Alice Belle I^aMont, place
home of Mrs. E. Dye, when the new songs on sale at Littler’s their wives, to the number of 175,
Councilmen McCreudy, Todd, wife|of Harley B. I,aMont, pass
L. Bishop and Mr. Pharmacy.
met at Cornelius last Thursday
Johnnon and Mertz were in their ed away at the home of her! George H. Shaffer
to hold the semi-annual reunion
seats when Mayor Paterson cal parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. marriage. Miss Bishop has been Roy Hesseltine of the First and
picnic of the Washington
led the meetinx to order last Walker, in this city, at the age in the west but a short time, com National Bank had business in County
Veterans’ Association. In
Friday night and Councilman of nineteen years.
Coon c a m e in later. E. B. Deceased was bom in Portland Mr. Shaffer has been a resident of A son was born Tuesday to Mr. it was the attendance
Tongue of Hillsboro, city attorn
and Mrs. Henry Kranz, living on ing of the kind held in three gather
ey, was present and, after a con July 9th, 1897, and, with her come from Albany, N. Y. Rev. the Stringtown road
ference with that gentleman, the parents, came to Forest Grove in R. L. Putnam of the Christian The Rebekah lodges of Wash members passing away since three
city duds decided to take no action 1900. Here she attended the church officiated. Rev Putnam ington county will hold a district last meeting were held at the the
on the acceptance or rejection of public schools and grew to wom is a recent arrival in Forest Grove, convention at Gaston on Satur- E. church in the forenoon, with M. a
the sewer system.
this autumn wedding was his day, Nov. 4
good program, which opened with
hood, was courted by and mar and
City Engineer Kirkwood re- an
singing of “Nearer, My God,
ported that all the repairs ordered ried Harley I^aMont on March locate in Portland, where they M. E. Church was entertained the
Rev. Crozier then of
by himself and the consulting en 12th, this year. Early in Sep- have many well-wishing friends. yesterday afternoon by Mr s . fered a prayer,
after which the
gineer, Mr Koon, had not been
of the deceased
A very pleasant time was en- Mrs. R. C. Hill gave a Silver members were read.
made; he had caused the sewer
! joyed Saturday night when Tom Tea at her residence last Friday zier then delivered a tal
on lateruls one and four to be
Todd and Glenn Hoar entertained for the benefit of the Congrega- was in the nature of an k eulogy.
opened in ten places and found
their many friends at an invita tional Workers’ Society.
fully half of the joints leaking
audience sang “Shall We
tion dance at the K. of P. hall. Glen Wagner is now Frank The
badly, so badly in fact that when
at the River?” and Presi
The Newberg boys were present Gordon’s right-hand man in the dent Butler
a hose was turned into the open
and Walkers’ orchestra played. hardware store, Leslie Doane hav address. delivered the closing
ditch, practically all the water
All enjoyed themselves.
found its way inside the sewer,
ing resigned to take a traveling Practically everybody in the
via the leaking joints.
crowd had brought a basket of
with a wholesale house.
George Rasmusen entertained a
Sherman Elliott, brother to one
lunch, and to this the ladies of the
of th>* contractors, was present
Civic League added hot
and stated that he was still work
lightful stag party at his home A Andrus a surprise party at his making a very
ing on the repair» and changes
bountiful feast was the first thing home near Eddy last evening
ordered, but had no orders to
twenty of the class members at- Ior an*
take up and relay the leaking
After lunch there came another
o’clock. This was pronounced one tending.
pipes in laterals one and four.
including the ad
0 .’ A. Crowell, a well-known dress of program,
The light committee recom
by Mayor Sholes,
mended the installation of a saw
, , Oswald
dust burning apparatus at (he
the home of M. R. Johnson a few
er* a v°cal. solo by
light plant, saying there would be
had occurred in connection with days this week. Mrs. Crowell and _ _n ^a noted singer), a solo by
a saving from $1.00 to $3.00 per
E. F. Sias, an address by Dr. J.
Gamma Sigma events and Mr. Johnson are cousins.
day by burning sawdust, instead tember she was stricken with former
E. Hall of Portland, department
of cordwood. Committee given appendicitis and on Sept. 19th sult. The apple cider was simply Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bryant commander
for Oregon; another
now have two boys in the Hills solo by Mr. Olson,
power to go ahead
one by Prof.
The library board asked the an effort was made to save her during the banquet, the first be boro hospital—Forest, a g e d 8, Lester Mobery and one
city to construct a small brick by an operation, but the com ing to the health of the host and who was operated on Saturday er Linkenfelder, a vocal by solo
room at the library for a frost plaint had made such inroads on others to “Old Gamma Sigma,” for
^ « a8efl
4 1 0 1U- who
proof toilet. Referred to pur her health that she did not
nov rally The
a haa week
ago by Peter Vanoudenhagen, 7 a talk
chasing committee, with power to and
by C. A- Williams, adjutant gen-
eral; talk and solo by
by H. A. Ham-
Council then adjourued to
Mr. Russell Morgan also sang a The Gleaners’ class of the Chris- ilton and short talks by B. F. Pike
Tuesday, Oct. 24, at which time tion was performed. This, also, number
his delightful songs, tian church held a very pleasant and J. T. Hendershot.
it is safe to say there will be a failed to bring relief and the un Mr Irvin of Barendrick
presiding at social at the church last evening, j The next metting of the associ-
lot more talk about the sewer, fortunate woman passed away the piano. At a late hour
the party There were twenty-five present, atj0n will be held in this city the
which nobody seems to want.
broke up and the merry college including members of the class first Thursday in May.
men left, feeling that they had and invited friends. The even
Mrs. LaMont was one of the indeed
one of the most de ing was spent in playing games; An Entertainment of .Merit
most popular young women of lightful spent
v e n i n g s yet. Those and banqueting. Every moment i The recital given in Marsh hall
the city and her funeral, which present, e beside
the hosts, were: was a continual round of pleasure, last Friday evening was attended
In the neighborhood of two was held from the residence of Vercie Bellinger. Russell Morgan, The class intends holding other by a small number of music-lovers.
evenings in the future from The violin selections by Prof.
hundred patrons of the Forest Mr. and Mrs. Walker at 10 Irvin Barendrick, Francis Wade, social
time, as they can be con William Wallace Graham of the
Orlando Romig, Tommy Fowler
Grove schools gathered at the : o’clock yesterday forenoon, was and
college Conservatory of Music
high school Tuesday evening, on |one of the largest held in this
were the best features of the even
invitation of the Parent Teachers’ city in many years. Rev. 0. H. There was a jol y celebration at of Music at Pacific University of ing’s
entertainment. He proved
association, to get acquainted Holmes, D. D., preached the fu- the Congregational church yester- fers a course of lectures on musi that he was an artist of rare abil
with the new teachers and renew neral sermon and there was sing- ^ay, when Mrs. W. B. Coon and cal appreciation, to be given once ity on the violin and the audience
a her dinner
this part of the program
friendship with those who are not imr
as a real treat. The last violin
so new. (There are no ‘o'd’ teach gational church choir.^ The re- por ^wo months these two squads
ers in Forest Grove, you know.) mains were interred in Forest had waged a contest to see which to be held next Tuesday evening number on the program was worth
at Marsh hall. Anyone is eligible the whole evening to hear and the
Members of the school board
could bring the most members to to this course, as it is planned not audience
sa t as if spellbound
and of the faculty stood in line at j View
for music students, but also while he rendered this most ex-
the entrance and gave all comers In addition to her husband and the Working Society and Mrs. only
those who have no technical quisite Viennese waltz, “ Liebes-
the glad hand and in the rooms parents, deceased is survived by
were members of the reception : a brother, Fred Moore, of San (quet. At first it looked like a charged. of music. No fee is j leid,” by Kreisler, the wonderfully
notes of the waltz seeming
committee to introduce patrons Francisco.
| vegetarian feed, but after having The famous Gamma Sifcma de sweet
more beautiful as the
and teachers. A f t e r al l had ran cisco. _______
a little fun out of it, the losers bating society of P. U. held an hearers became
shaken hands, the party repaired Acknowledgment of Appreciation served
to the auditorium, where Presi The undersigned desire to make sure-enough dinner, A fine mus-
when they debated the Miss H e l e n Calbreath, the
dent Littler of the Parent-Teach public
acknowledgment of their
and literary program was a evening
“Resolved, That Wood- pianist and accompanist, also dis
ers’ association stated the object 1 appreciation of the many acts of ical
row Wilson Should be Re-elected.” played ¡skill on the piano. Miss
of the meeting (as stated above) kindness and words of consola part of the celebration.
The affirmative side was upheld Evelene Calbreath, mezzo soprano,
and announced the numbers on tion tendered them by their many
Webb and Bernards; the neg- sang some most beautiful songs,
! friends during the illness and after
and Ras- tho’ her voice did not seem adapt-
The first was a vocal solo by • the death of their wife and daugh- home of the bride’s parents, Mr. ( musen by Both Bellinger
well pre- ed to the hall. A larger and bet-
Prof Thomas, who so pleased the ; t.er, Alice Belle LaMont. Espec- and Mrs. C. N. Johnson, east of sented, giving a fairly clear
ter adapted hall would undoubt-
audience that he was recalled. , ¡ally do they wish to thank those Dilley. occurred the marriage of parjson of he claims of the com-j
done her voice fuller
Miss Bagstadof Pacific Univer who tendered the use of their M m Caroline Johnson to Mr. publicam> a n d th e democrats, • justice, have
she has a beautiful
sity followed with an excellent automobiles for the funeral.
that a small
Rev. Cecil Tapper of Eugene per well as instructive. The decision auditorium does power
Harley B. LaMont.
formed the marriage service.
Mrs. Wilbur McEldowney’s Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Walker.
contribution was two solos, both
Mr. and Mrs. Byron LaMont. The young people received a affirmative.
¡large number of beautiful and An announcement received by
remarkably well rendered.
valuable presents, including $150 E. S. Sparks a few days ago, from
Miss Emma Craft’s violin solo
in money from the bride’s father,
was so good that she was recalled. Next Saturday the Pacific foot $500
$50 . -, respectively,
x * Robinson,
Pacific United States Senator George
I ! nHToreifxr student,
o tn /io n t m
im o t the
n o nouro
The closing number was a song ball team plays the Vancouver Joe
by the High School double quar Athletic Club team at Vancouver, i uncles to the bride.
Miss E. Chamberlain hal been secured
tet and made such a hit that a The following is the present sched- I
for an address at Marsh Hall, Pa
second number was necessary to ule of games to follow: October, Mr. and Mrs. Rodolf expect to taking place at Germantown, cific University, on Saturday ev
this evening for California, Penn. Mr. Robinson, while at ening of this week. The Senator
satisfy the audience.
28th—Mt. Angel at St. Benedict;! leave
groom is engaged in’ P. U. was a very prominent ath has lots of admiring friends in
After the program, everybody November 4th—Chemawa Indian farming. the The
b e s t wishes of lete and for some time was the Washington county and will, no
went to the domestic science de School, at Forest Grove (the first hundreds of Washington
county champion half-mile runner on the doubt, draw a big crowd. Need
partment, in. the basement, where game on the local field); Nov. 11th people follow them to their
new Pacific coast. Mr. and Mrs. Rob less to say, he is supporting Pres
tea and cookies were served to all. —Willamette, at Salem; Nov. home.
inson, the latter an eastern girl ident Wilson and his policies.
The affair was very enjoyable 30th—U. of O. Freshman team,
and will, no doubt, do much to at Forest Grove. Albany college Mrs. Andrew Youngstrom left and unknown to people here, will The meeting is called for 8
bring teachers, pupils and patrons will also probably p l a y here, yesterday for her home at Wood make their home in Baltimore, o’clock, so try to be in time to get
together in perfect understanding though the date has not yet been land, Wash . after a visit with Maryland, where the groom has a a seat. There will be good music.
Mrs. Nellie Ives.
Ladies, especially, are invited.
—something very desirable.
Patrons and Teachers
Here Saturday Night