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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1916)
Supplement to Forest Grove Express
Forest Grove, Ore., Thursday, Nov. 23, 1916.
For Sale—Nice driving horse,
Free Lecture on the Drama
good harness and buggy. Inquire
Dr. Bates of the Department of
Verna Goodrich was a Gro^e at this office.
English of the Univerity of Ore
The latest Columbia records of gon will deliver a lecture on “The
visitor Thursday evening.
Cecil and Victor Evans of Dil- the new songs on sale at Littler’s Drama of Today” in the parlors
ley visited friends in town Sun Pharmacy.
of the Congregational church Fri
Mrs. Lulu Bayne is in Portland day, Nov. 24th, at 2:30 p. m
This interesting lecture will be
Isa Aydelott of Kansas City nursing a patient at the Good
given free of charge under the
visited friends in the Grove Mon
Miss Laura Bell entertained her auspices of the Women’s Club and
Mrs. H. It. Kauffman and Sunday school class at hertiome is open to the general public. It
is hoped there will be a large at
daughter, Clara, were Dilley vis Tuesday evening after school.
| Don’t fail to let the kids see tendance of men and women who
Miss Bernice Via of Buxton | ‘Little Mary Sunshine” at the are interested . in the conditions
visited her grandmother in this j Star Tuesday night—5c and 10c.1 that influence the drama of our
Little Wallace Buchanan, who own day. Note change of place
from Star Theater to Congrega
Mrs. W B. Potwin and daugh ha< been suffering from a severe
tional church parlors
ter, Beth, were shopping in Port attack of pneumonia, is rapidly
Go to the Show at Our Expense
Franz Joseph, for 68 years Em- The manager of the Express has
Lois Tupper, who is teaching
school in Gaston, was in town for porer of Austria, passed away at arranged with Manager Hoffman
Vienna last Tuesday. Archduke of the Star Theater to give Ex
a short visit Sunday.
Franz Josef, now on the press subscribers free show tickets,
JUrs. P. M. Mann returned
succeeds to the throne. good for Saturday Matinees only.
Thursday from a brief visit with
Mrs. Stephen Morgan was oper One of these tickets will be given
friends at Yamhill.
on at the Good Samaritan with eve'y 25c paid on subscrip
Mr. Fenenga gave an interest
ing illustrated lecture on “Greek hospital, Portland, last Saturday tion to the Express or for every
Culture" to the high school stud and at last reports was getting 25c spent for job printing. If you
ents at the auditorium Wednes along nicely. Mrs. John Allen, owe on subscription, pay up and
who was operated on at the same get some free tickets; if you do
place some days earlier, is reported not owe, pay a little ahead and
The Thanksgiving dance by the
in a very critical condition today. get the tickets This arrange
Forest Grove band will be given
The debate tryout, which was ment starts this week and runs
next Wednesday evening, instead
for ten weeks—until Jan. 27th.
of Thursday evening, as previously held at the high school Friday
night, was an interesting event.
DILLEY NEW S NOTES
Out of numerous contestants, two !
Orson G. Bretz, representing
teams were chosen to uphold For
A shower was given in honor of
the Guarantee Fund Life Associ
est Grove’s future name in foren Miss Sylvia Parson, a bride to be,
ation of Omaha, with headquart
sic honors. The affirmative team at the home of Mrs. Vannoy, Sat
ers at Hillsboro, was in the city
is composed of Elizabeth White- urday e v e n i n g . She received
on business Tuesnay.^
house, leader, Joseph Loomis and I
Thanksgiving F o r e s t Grove Ernest Dye, colleagues, and the many b autiful presents and all
high school football team will play negative team, Evelyn McFeeters. had a good time.
Miss Hazel Hundley was a Port
the School of Commerce of Port leader, Francis Taylor and Cecil
land on the P. U. field. Allshould Evans, colleagues. The negative land visitor last week.
show their interest in high school team will go to Tillamook and i Mrs. Clark and daughter, Mrs.
Parkin of Forest Grove were visit
athletics and attehd this game.
the affirmative will stay at home ing at the home of Frank Crow-
Three gray haired “kids"—Wil to battle with Hillsboro. The
liam Ridgley, Daniel Daffron and first debate will held in January.
The high school students are
J. T. Fletcher—Tuesday chartered The question to be debated is:
nightly for their play
Robert McCracken’s auto and “ Resolved, That Oregon should
expect to put on in
went to Gales Creek to attend adopt a health insurance law em-1
the turkey shoot. Ridgely and bodying the essential features of two weeks, “Tatters, the Pet of
Daffron ute dinner with the form the standard bill of the American Squatter’s Gulch.”
er’s son-in-law. T. P. Hines, while Association for Labor Legislation." j W. B. Ruggles, who has leased
Kid Fletcher and Mr McCracken The teams, although composed of the room west of the postoffice,
ate with Mr. and Mrs. Walter new material, promise to be the has arrived and will have his
Sargent. Kid Ridgely got away best Forest Grove has ever put tailoring and cleaning establish
with the goose, so Fletcher says.
ment in operation tomorrow.
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