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A N IN D E P E N D E N T W E E K L Y N E W S P A P E R
FOREST GROVl-;. OREGON, THURSDAY. DEC. 7, 1916
Voi. 1. No. 4 « ;
Powers’ place. Mrs. Andrus en
joyed the oresence of her oldest
son, Rev. W . C. Andrus, of Pueb
lo, Colo.; Mrs. J. A. White, of
Minneapolis, Minn.; Mrs. Lowell
Thompson and husband, of Ore
gon City, and her youngest son
James E., and his wife. The re
maining two of the children, Fred
H . Andrus, of Fargo, North Da
kota, and Mrs. B A. Reimen-
schneider, of Fresno, Cal., were
not present The Express extends
greetings over such a joyful oc-
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TALK AND EAT
Fifty-five community boosters,
including members of the Com
On Wednesday evening oí laxt
mercial club, farmers and fruit
week the member« of the local
growers of this county and sev
Rebekah lodge elected the fol
eral from Washougal, Wash., en
lowing officers for the year 1917:
joyed a banquet and verbal feast
Noble G r a n d— Mrs. Carrie
at the Hotel Laughlin last even
Vice Grand— M r«. Edna Ros«.
ing. The affair was arranged by
Secretary— M i h h J e a n e t t e
club members as a
Last Friday evening the Misses
Edna and Jessie Smith gave a farewell party to Dr. Holmes, who
Treasurer— Mias Anna Tolke.
I delightful party at their home has for several years been an act
The Odd Fellows have elected
near the Greenville Road. The
ive worker in the club, and to
the following officers:
evening was spent in taffy pull
Noble Grand E. B. Catching.
ing, playing games and singing. give local prune growers an op
Vice Grand Dan Pierce.
Every one had a most pleasant portunity to meet and consult
Secretary— H. R. Bernard.
time. Those present besides the with L. F. Russell of Washougal,
Treasurer— H. T . Giltner.
hostesses were: Misser Marcella who has made a success of prune
Richards. Iva Conger, Belle T a y
M r . a n d M r s . D a n ie l D . B u m p
The two lodges will hold a joint
Oleva Berger, Francis Ben
installation, with a banquet, dur
Not caring to be outdone by the late James P. Lilly, is a young
Wr. J. McCready presided and
Harriett Benjamin and
ing the first week in January.
his elder brother, Mark, who hied lady of charming personality and Messrs. Harold Benjamin, Richie told of the objects of the meeting
him to Portland on N o v . 15th is possessed of many of those Wilson, Carl Connet. Ben Willard and his regret that Ur. Holmes
qualities which go to make home
T h e members of Rosewood and gave up l>acheIorhood for a worth whi e. She has m a n y and M r and Mrs. Smith. -
was leaving the community. Dr.
camp No :iís:tr», R \ A .. elected seat in the matrimonial chariot, friends in Washington county who
Holmes had been one of the real
officers Friday evening, as follows: Daniel D. Bump, law partner to will wish her well in ner new re
On Thanksgiving day, M r. and
live wires and had helped keep
Mrs. S. G . Morgan gave a de
Mrs. Mary Porter, Oracle.
Mark, la.s\ Wednesday. N ov 29th, lationship.
Forest Grove and Washington
Mrs. Lizzie Sappington, Vice accompanied‘Miss Katherine Lilly
The groom has been a resident lightful dinner to a number of
to the fore. The doctor
of this city to the parsonage of of this city for many years, is a friends. Those enjoying t h e i r
replied that he regretted very
Mrs. Winnifred Aldrich, Clerk. Dr Wooster, pastor of the New bright lawyer, a sterling citizen
Mrs. Marie Patton, Treasurer. i Church. Portland, and took the and a man worthy of the excellent B. H. Bonds, old friends from much to leave this community,
Mrs. Dora Emerson, Chancellor. vows of a Benedict, the marriage lady who has taken him “ for bet Russell, Iowa, who are here visit which was rich in good soil, ster
ing; Mr. W. B. Ogelvie and fam
Mrs. Alice Pechin, Marshal.
'.being witnessed by the bride's ter or for worse.’’
ily, Messrs. Verle Stanley and Ben ling manhood and womanhood
Mrs. Amy Perry, Inside Senti sister, Mis* Ruth Lilly of this
Mr. and Mrs. Bump are now at Willard.
and pregnant with great oppor
city, and Miss Cinita Nunan of home to their friends at the Bump
tunities for future development.
Mrs. Della Cate, Outside Senti ! Portland.
Mrs. M . S. Allen entertained
home, at Third Avenue, south,
twenty guests at her home Satur He advised the prune growers to
The bride is the daughter of and Third street.
day evening in honor of her hus > stick to prunes, but not to neg-
Mrs. L. M. Graham, Manager.
band’s birthday anniversary the ; lect the dairy business.
Mrs. Emerson was elected dele
Mrs. Maude Buxton, Lady
rooms being beautifully decorated,
gate and Mrs. Patton alternate to Assistant Steward.
M r. Russell told of his exper
S O C IA L
the state camp meeting to lx* held
R. B. Newton. Gate Keeper.
ience in prunes since 1882, when
Mr. Allen’s existence adorning
in Portland March 21st, 1917
| Mrs. Orla Buxton, Ceies.
A bountiful repast he started with one acre. He now
Mrs. Lucy Walker. Pomona.
was served during the evening by has many acres and has made a
Mrs. Eva Thompson, Flora.
the hostess. T h e out of-town a success of the business. He
The members of Holbrook lodge
These officers will be installed was the thirty-third anniversary guests were Dr and Mrs. Crockett
N o. 30, F. & A . M., Saturday
told how he had done it and how
evening < lected officers as follows: shortly after the first of the new of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs of Portland, Misses Grace W il ^others may do as well, if not
H. R Bernard and after these liams and Mary Randall of Mon
L M . Graham, Worshipful
worthy people had returned home mouth and Messrs. Jack Wood better.
Aged Woman Called
from a lodge meeting, thirty-three and Harold Benjamin of Salem.
Ernest Reuter, Ira Purdin and
C. T. Richardson, Senior War
Mrs. Sarah E Shannahan, aged of their friends, including a num
several others talked of prunes,
Mr. and Mrs. James Rasmusen
74 years, passed away at the home ber of Odd Fellows and Rebekahs,
C o u n t y Judge Reasoner and
E. D. West, Junior Warden.
a Thanksgiving supper, to
of her son-in-law and daughter,
which they invi ed Messrs. Fran County Commissioner Matteson
J. A. Thornburgh, Treasurer.
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Gardner, at night of revelry. Their daughter,
Wade and Ben Willard. After told of the road work done and
I). R. Cheney, Secretary.
7 p. m., Sunday, Dec. 3d, after a surprise and it was complete, at the bountiful feast, the evening contemplated and Rev. Clapp, a
These officers will be installed three weeks’ illness.
least so far as Horace was con was spent in playing “ 500“ and former resident of this city, but
Dec. 27th— St. John’s day.
Deceased was born in Pennsyl cerned, but Mrs. Bernard had other games. A most delightful now located at Washougal, added
vania and moved with her parent ! noticed undue activity in her evening was spent.
his tribute to what had been said
The members of Forest chapter to Indiana, where, in the fall of: kitchen during the afternoon and
to the credit of Forest Grove.
probably suspected something,
No. 42, Order of the Eastern Star, 1865, she was united in marriage j
Goldie Peterson of this city took
Banker M . R. Johnson thought
elected officers Monday night, as
part last Friday in a musical pro
¡the family moved to Portland, herself.
of the greatest of our needs
where they lived for about a yea r.! A feature of the evening’s pro gram from American composers, was more thorough co-operation
Mrs. Elizabeth Williams, W or when they took up a home -in
gram was the re-marriage of Mr. given by the Derthick club of j between our people.
Oregon City. Mrs Walter Dim-
I Columbia county, near the pres
W. H. Hollis, Worthy Patron. ent town of Vernonia, where they and Mrs. Bernard by Rev. Dun ick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
With a vote of thanks to M r.
Mrs. Mary Abbott, Associated resided u n t i l thirteen years ago, lap, the bride and groom stand John Caples, did the reading. Russell and M r. Clapp, the meet
ing upon the self-same rug on
: when they mover! to this city.! which they were married in 1883 Mrs. Williams organized the Der ing adjourned.
thick club seventeen years ago
Mrs. Sylvia Lenneville, Secre j Mr. Shannahan died in this city ; in the Hawkeye state.
The meal was a good one, judg
naturally, is pleased to know
I seven years ago and his widow has
After several hours had been that its membership has reached ing by personal experience and
Mrs. Dorothy Seymour, Treas l since that time made her home spent at various games, music and
with Mr. and Mrs. Gardner. She recitations by Mrs Mrs. Temple the constitutional limit of thirty, the amount consumed by John T .
been an invalid for years, but ‘ ton, Miss Little and M r. R C. with a healthy waiting list. It and Robert A.
Mrs. Jessie Scott. Conductress
would seem there might easily be
Mrs. Elizabeth Todd, Associate had been bedridden but three Hill, Miss Bernard, assisted by
place in Forest Grove for a sim-
Hazel Wirtz failed
weeks when the end came.
Miss Florence Littler, served a de , ilar organization.
was yesterday received in
The appointive officers are as
; er, as follows: E. G. Shannahan
os the death of Miss A g
Those present, beside the bride
Mayor and Mrs. G. G. Pater
and g room, were Messrs, and son Wednesday evening of last nes Hazel Wirtz, daughter of Mr.
Miss Leone Graham, Adah.
1 han of this city, Mrs. T J. Clee- Mesdames R. E. Dunlap, R C.
Mrs. Marie Pollock, Ruth.
week entertained a number of and Mrs. W. J. W irtz of Port
Miss Florence Enschede,Esther. ) ton of Portland, Mrs. Carl Knut- Hill, C. A. Littler, A. G. Hoffman, their most intimate friends at a
land, d e a t h coming yesterday
i sen of Astoria and Mrs. F. D. L. M . Graham. M . S. Allen, John
Mrs. Mabel Fuqua, Martha.
“ 500” party, the first prizes be
Gardner of this city.
McNamer, H. T . Buxton, A. L. ing won by M r. and Mrs. J. P. morning at a Portland hospital.
Mrs. Mata Ahlgren, Electra.
The cause of death was not
and W. C. Renfer, Mes Hurley. Those i n v i t e d were
M Ls Mary Stalley, Chaplain
Christian for many years and dames Templeton, Ingersoll, WT. Messrs, a n d
T h e funeral services
Mrs. Clara Hughes, Marshal.
Mesdames J. A.
Mrs. Dorothy, Broderson, War often told her friends she was not A. Ross. W. L. Benfer, Mary Thornburgh, J. P . Hurley, I. J. will be held at the Buxton under
afraid of death, but was merely Porter, J. E. Pogue, and Misses Hoar. A. E. Scott, Chas Hines,
waiting for the time when she Jeanette Little, Florence Littler, M. R. Johnson, E. E. Williams, taking parlors in this city tomor
M r. O. S. Higby, Sentinel.
would join the loved ones gone Lefa Egli, Eunice Bernard, Mary Ray Williams, H. J. Goff, W. W. row (Friday) at 9:30 a. m., Dr.
Mrs. Mary Beach, Organist.
Holmes officiating, and the re
before. Many friends in Wash
The Stars will hold a joint in ington county will regret to learn Corl and Alice Crooks and Master Goff. C. T . Richardson, O. W. mains will be interred in Forest
Jones, F. S. Bradley, W. W\ Me View cemetery.
stallation with the Masons on St. of this good woman’s passing.
Eldowney, E. B. Brookbank, A.
John’s day— Dec 27th.
Miss W’ irtz was born in this
Funeral services were held at home, everybody had a jolly time B. Caples. M. J. Abbott, S. E.
is a neice to Robert, John
. - . . —
the Gardner home, corner of Sixth
Todd, R. W. Reder, C. L Van- and Ed Wirtz and was very pop
A Family Reunion
Koughnet, Mrs. Stoeckerand Mr. ular among the young people of
The members of Gale Grange avenue, south, and Third street,
Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock,
J. Miller. The hostess served
A very pleasant reunion was
this city. The family moved to
last Saturday elected the follow Rev. Dunlap of the M . E. church
lunch during the even Portland about seven years ago.
enjoyed at the home of James E.
officiating. The remain? were in Andrus on Thanksgiving Day in ing.
A. T. Buxton, Master.
terred in Forest View cemetery.
The Maximum class of the M.
The football game played on
Mrs. Elmira Rogers, Overseer.
Three gangs of Oregon Electric her home with him and is 76 E. Sunday School held a business the P . U. field Thanksgiving day,
S. T . Walker. Ltcturer.
surveyors have passed through \ ears old. Mother Andrus is a meeting and social in the church between Forest Grove high and
Mrs. Abbie Rice, Chaplain.
this city since Saturday, all bound native of Canada, where she lived parlors Wednesday evening. Of Columbia University. Portland,
H. T . Buxton, Treasurer.
for the W’ ilson River. They are for forty years, then lived twenty- ficers were elected for the coming proved one of the best games
Mrs. Eva Adams, Secretary.
Mrs. Mary Newton, Steward. camped at the old Brown place five years near Fargo, North Da- year, after which the members played in this city this year and,
Oliver Buxton, Assistant Stew and are said to be surveying a line kbta and for the past five years enjoyed some merry games and a best of all, it was won by the high
| school boys, 7 to 14.
from this city to Tillamook Bay. has lived with her son, on the, , taffy pull.
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