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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1916)
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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
Vol. 1, No. 49
FOREST GROVE. OREGON. TH U R S D A Y . DEC. 14. 1916
$1.50 per Year
he had sounded Mr. Elliott, one
man, woman and child in the city In to r a e + in tf Ï n e fn r a
of the sower contractors, as to the
to call on them at the fire station. jUIM ÎI
^ tL U re
likelihood of settling the impend
The Dilley High School pupils !
C h r is t ia n S C U M M
ing controversy without a lawsuit
Surprised Their Friends
and Mr. Elliott had talked favor
In a beautifully decorated room lar plays Saturday night, Dec. church edifice was comfortably
able, but more recently he had re
in the home of Dr. and Mrs.
o . .
. . 16th, entitled, “ Tatters, the Pet filled last Thursday evening by a
ceived a letter from Mr. Elliott’s ... ,
of Squatters' Gulch.” The same splendid audience of open-minded
partner, Mr Seoggin, suggested
wm handle this that played men and women, many of whom
that the best place to settle the
and Mr. L. P. Rockwood was sol- i
Uncle Rube” so successfully last probably went away with more
dispute was in the courts. For
( emnized. Dr. 0. H. Holmes of-
clearly-defined ideas of Christian
this reason, council empowered „ .
, ficiating. Ih eb n d ew a s gowned
Science. Introducing the lecturer,
One of t h e m o s t important
transactions of Tuesday night's
council meeting was the calling of
a city convention, to nominate a
mayor, city recorder, treasurer
and five councilmen. This meet
ing will he held at Verts hall,
next Tuesday, at 8 p. m. Judges
B„ M „ .
and clerks for the election, to be
in looking afti-r the city's interest* I81
w^lc^ was worn on a like °c-|
Fnday even, ng the F o r i * Cora
, ^ Atwell said :
held on Monday, Jan. 8, were it ,,
,casion by both her mother and I ,Grove High
team I “ Christian Science is not a new the-
selected, as follows: North P re I in the suit where the Elliott com- ¡grandmother,
K » m w « the
w ew of i iuc
« ¡ hjii oiogy.
the « season
It is the new
new presentation of
cinct—Judges, Mrs. J. C. I»atta, ! pany is suing the city for
’ i of Portland played s o f t and ° f 1916 by a rousing party at the the theology of the Bible—the theology
W. Hinch and Frank Saunders; 1000.00.
. . .
beautiful music during the entire home of Captain Taylor Graham, i which Je8U8 and his disciples taught
clerks, Miss Nora Smith and Ed.
Council t h e n adjourned to c m .mony
T h e guesU presi.nt The boys were invited to be pres- J ^ eParacticed in Galilee and throu* hout
Wednesday, Dec 20th, at 8 p. m
were: Dr. Mary Farnham, P r o f . : ent at 6:30 and sat down to one, “ «Again, in our day, God heals the
South Precinct Judges, Mrs.
Bates, C. W . Creel, Dr. and M rs. ^f the best feeds they ever en- sick as well as the sinning, and this
Aged Woman Dead
E. E. Fowler, C. W. Odell and
Mrs. Martha Busby, aged 79 Bishop, M r. and Mrs. H. E. joyed.
i healing is again being recognized as
John Ilunton; clerks, Mrs. S. L. years, passed away at the home of Ferrin, Misses Leone Graham,
The boys think this one of the \the manifestation of God’s loving kind-
Carlyle and John Drum.
her daughter, Mrs. William Raf- Beulah Ireland, Lola Firry, Hallie most successful seasons ever seen neS8 *« M n -
“ Wherever this healing appears it is
The treasurer of the Rogers fety, in thus city Tuesday night, Moorhou.se, Catherine D a v i s , at Forest Grove High. A sum-
awakening man to new hope, new
library, Mrs. Eva C. Abbott, re after a short illness.
Elida Loynes, and Mary Brobst. mary of the season is presented., courage, and to new conviction of man’s
ported receipts of $970.74 for the
Deceased was born in Dayville,j Immediately after the serving Forest Grove defeated its old ability, through the goodness o f God,
year, with d is b u r s em en t s of | Ky., on June 16th, 1837, and was of refreshments, the bride and rivals, Newberg, on Oct. 14, by a to escape from the bondage of material
$817.46, leaving a balance on hand married to Francis N. Busby at groom left for Portland, the next score of 26-0. They were beaten! u
freedom of 8piritual
M t. Pleasant,
la., Oct. 18th, <iay starting to Washington D . C ., by McMinnville, a n d Lincoln
-«This is the gospel, t h e ‘glad tidings
Librarian Mrs. S. C Sanford 1856. With her husband she came where Mr. Rockwood will visit High of Portland later, but came of great joy,’ which Christian Science
reported u gain of 86 books dur to Oregon in 1874 and has lived ; some of the heads of departments, back strong toward the last of j is again presenting to the world,
ing the year, notwithstanding 25 in this city for the past fifteen They will call upon various friends the season by playing the Alumni
“I take pleaaure in introducing to
were worn out and eleven were year». Mr. liuaby pa» «d away ; in the- ea»t before arriving at a tie game (7-7) and on T O « lc » .
lost. There are now 1874 books in thus city two years ago. De- j their destination at Waterbury, givind day winning from Colum
The Mother Church, The First Church
in the library. The present mem ceased is survived by one son, Conn., where they will spend the bia University, one of the strong- of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massa
bership is 1497 against 1411 a Charles Busby of Fossil, Ore., and i ho idays with Mr Rockwood’s teams in Portland. With t h e chusetts, who will speak to you of this
year ago. The Sunday atten | one daughter, Mrs. William R a f-; people.
game Thanksgiving, passed from gospel.”
(Continued on page Four)
dance at the reading room for the
The groom has for the past the history of Forest Grove High
| fety, with whom she has lived
year was 3697. The report was
Talked of Public Health
two years been chief assistant to some of the best football players
since the death of her husband.
accepted and ordered placed on
A fte r the routine business
Mrs. Bu*by was a good woman.
an affectionate mother and good gist in this city, and the bride, The regular men who graduate meeting o f the Woman’s club
Bills totalling $2,416.00 were al
neighbor and there will be much who graduated last year from this year are Captain Graham, last Monday, Mrs. C. E. Walker,
lowed and ordered paid.
Pacific University, has for the Everett Burnworth. Tom Todd ' chairman o f the public health
sincere sorrow over her death.
The bill of a man who drove
Funeral services were held at past summer been employed in and Les. Hughes. The prospects1 committee, took charge o f the
into a chuck-hole and broke his
the Raflety home at 2:30 this af the same office as a stenographer. f ° r next year’s team are excep- meeting and . introduced Mrs.
wagon tongue was referred to the
o f Portland,
ternoon, Rev. Dunlap officiating, Both these young people are very tionally good, for the line (the life Sadie
land the remains were interred in popular in this city and
Purchasing c o m m i t t e e was
tion for the Prevention o f Tuber
ber of their friends met them at plete.
j Forest View cemetery.
authorized to advertise for 1,000
culosis. Mrs. Dunbar recounted
The Ailing Ones
High School Play Tuesday Night the depot as they were having
cords of wood and to purchase
and gave them a noisy and dem-
Mrs. Stephen Morgan is again the dangers to the public health
The members of the high school
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some spanner wrenches and a
an operation at a if d r a s t i c
measures w e r e
Glee Clubs will present
„resent "The Bo«- i'
« home: a,,tr
spot-light for the hose wagon.
came as a surprise to most of Portland hospital.
not taken to s t a m p out the
S. G. Morgan, superintendent s’n’s Bride,” at the Star Theater
| their friends.
Mrs. J. A. Elder is recovering
" h it e plague and told o f the
of the light and power plant, sug next Tuesday evening, Dec. 19th,1
I M r. and Mrs. Rockwood will nicely in a Portland hospital, after " ° r k the society was doing and
gested that the city could save with the following cast:
return about the fifth of January h^r recent operation.
" bat it hoped to do to protect
$1.00 per day on fuel if a smaller Dick Erne, B o V n o f U . S. S.
Lloyd Schramel returned yes- those still free from the disease
Encell Todd und will make their home in For-
engine and generator were pur
est Grove. _______
j terday from Portland, where he an<^ ta cure those afflicted, bhe
j Tom Tupper, Bo’a’n ’s Mate
chased to be run during the day
! had an operation for the removal emphasized the importance o f
time, but no action was taken.
Sam Slippy, Coxwain
selling the Red Cross Christmas
A most enjoyable evening was ° f Par^ ° f a r'b.
Members of the Woman’s club Tim Shannon, Old Salt Victor Thomas
Mrs. Vollmer was taken to Seals, from which
_ _ sales
_ . a
Camilla Mills spent Saturday, Dec.
having asked permission to install, Kitty Adair
Pearl Hall Miss Elma Watkins and Arthur Portland yesterday for an opera- goodly portion o f the funds being
at the club’s expense, a drinking j Dorothy, her best friend
Mr*. Hrown, chaperone Jennie Goodman Kopplin returned from Hillsboro, *'on. but the Express has n o t:55^
1 by th® association.
fountain, permission was given to
E v c , y .n Patton w h ere they were
united in mar- heard the result.
Mrs. Walker informs the Ex-
place said fountain anywhere on
Chorus C.f high
«chool girls and riaRe by Rev C |ay
Claire Walker, who some days Press that approximately 5,000
the curb line. City will install a sailors.
dinner was served them at the since submitted to an operation J ®eals ha%'e been sold in this city
bubbling fountain in library rest
Admission, 25c; reserved seats
; home of the bride’s parents, Mr. f ° r goitre, returned home from during the past ten days and she
at IJttler’s pharmacy, 35c.
is anxious to double this sale be
and Mrs. P. W. Watkins, where Portland Tuesday.
The Woman’s club was also
the close o f the present
Some Are Dissatisfied
Mrs. D. N. Morris has suffered
their many friends and relatives
voted free electricity to light the
month. Those w h o have not
While the school board was in were gathered.
considerably for the past week
proposed municipal Christmas
been solicited to buy seals, may
session last evening, a petition,
The event was one which will from rheumatism, but is some
tree, and the band boys were
them o f Mrs. Sanford, at
signed by about one hundred citi leave a lasting impression on all what improved today.
allowed electric lights free for
zens, was presented, asking that those present and many hearty
A daughter was born to M r .,
band practice, not to exceed $1.00
the directors call a mass meeting greetings and tokens of esteeem|and Mrs. George Ortman
of th e !
of taxpayers “ to discuss vital were bestowed upon the young David Hill section on Dec.
For Xmas Gifts go to the Book
Purchasing committee instruct
matters.” As “ vital matters”
Books. Leather Goods,
ed to get a dog-net, to enable
might mean any one of a hundred
The bride is the only daughter and a girl
Hand-painted China, Toilet Sets,
Marshal Watkins to catch dogs
subjects, the board members re of M r. and Mrs. P. W . Watkins
Sets, Pottery, Dolls,
without being eaten alive. He
Mass Meeting Saturday
fused to father the call, but stated of this city, while the groom is
Carts, Games and
was also instructed to prosecute
i There will be a mass meeting of
. „ ,.
that the school building was open
the youngest son of Julius Kop- citizens and taxpayers at the Cen-
Boards of all kinds.
owners of unmuzzled dogs.
to any citizens who might want plin. The couple will be at home tral School building Saturday, celebrated Davis, quality Xmas
A petition, signed by the man
to hold a meeting and that the dn a farm adjacent to the Julius Dec. 16, at 2:00 p. m. to dis- Cards, and many other things
agers of the Planing Mill, W. F.
directors would attend any meet Kopplin farm, south of Laurel-1 «w s important school matters.
which will make beautiful Xmas
Hartrampf, E. F. Burlingham
ing called and answer any ques wood
and W. F. Schultz, asking that
C O M M IT T E E ,
tions asked. This appeared to be
The Express extends congratu
We invite you to call and look
rate for juice for power purposes |
By Dr. C. E. Hawke.
satisfactory and the call for the lations to Mr. and Mrs. Kopplin.
our stock over before making
be reduced for quantities, was re
meeting is published elsewhere in
ferred to light committee for in
The members of the Forest
. have been arranged at Dr. Hines’
H. R. B E R N A R D , Prop.
As those who are calling the (»rove Fire department will g ne (j r u g s t o r e , VanKoughnet &
Treasurer was instructed to
William F . K elly of Camas
meeting will be there, it might be their annual ball at I. O. O. F. R ider’s drug store, Littler’s Phar
draw a warrant for $1,750 to pay
macy, Goff and Gordon’s hard Tuesday took out a marriage
very desirable that all those who
interest on water bonds and to
Jan. 1st. Walker’s orchestra will ware stores, The Electric Shop, license at Vancouver, Wash., to
have not called it attend also—
Schultz Market, the Book Store,
call in three 1914 street improve
furnish the music. During the
Saturday, Dec. 16, at 2 p. m.
| King & Co.’s, Shearer & Son’s marry Louise A. Peterson of
ment bonds (Nos. 187, 188 and
afternoon, from 1 to o o clock, the jewelry store, Abbott’s jewelry Forest Grove^
Free Gold Fish next Saturday
189) in the sum of $500 each.
firemen will hold “ open house,” store, Bailey’s, John Anderson’s
The Book Store will be open
Mayor Paterson reported that at VanKoughnet & Reders.
when they cordially invite every and at Fuqua’s.
evenings after today (Thursday).
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