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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1916)
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NO TES A N D PERSONALS
Died in Seattle
An application of the Southern
William Dickson, who has made
Mrs. M. A. Roe spent the week-1
Pacific for permission to build a
his home in this city for the past
waiting room on the paikingat end at the home of her son. north
four years, passed away at the
Don’ t send away a letter or
"T he Boa’n’s Brule" entertain Fifth street and F i r s t avenue, of Wapato.
Remember the firemen's dance home of his son in Seattle last package during the next ten days
ment, by the hixh school Glee south, was referred to the public
Monday night, Jan. 1st. The Friday at the age of 62 years. without putting on it one or more
clubs Tuesduy evening exceeded property committee.
boys deserve your patronage.
all ex pec ulions. Kneed 1 odd, as
Deceased l«*ft this city in October Red Cross Seals. They give the
leading man, and Caiuilla Mills, ized to try to collect a light bill
George G. Hancock, real es to spend the winter with his sons Christmas spirit to the package
an leading woman, were excellent that had been securer/ by a mort tate, farm loans and fire insur in Seaille and death came as the and help in the fight against
tuberculosis One cent each and
and Victor Thomas, w h o took the gage on a c a s h regi ter, after ance, new Anderson block.
sale by local representatives of
part of Tim Shannon, the o ld ;
Mrs. M. P. Kentner, mother of
Oregon Association for the
.salt, who p la y ed op|>ohite Jessie1
Mrs. Roy Hesseltine, is suffering
Prevention of Tuberculosis and by
Goodman, as Mrs. Brown, pro
¡severely from facial neuralgia.
Mrs. O. M. Sanford, at the Rog
vided laughter of all kinds lor the
Alice, the six-year-old »laughter stioke had left a blood clot back ers City Library
audience. Clarence Lennevilie, an
of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Johnson, of the eye, impairing the vision
Tom Tupper, with Pearl Hall, as
Forest Grove's municipal Chrr-t- has been quite ill for the past arid an operation was performed
Woman’s Club Program
Dorothy, played admirably, while mas tree, promoted by the mem week, but is somewhat improved to cure this defect, but without
of Christmas com
Evelyn nitton , as Barbara and bers of the Woman’s club, wa.-> today.
avail. He is survived b y h is ing on the regular club day, the
Lester Hughes, us Sam Slippy, erected (oppo-ite the Roe & Co.
Mrs. B. J. Simpson received a mother, Mrs. M. A. Dickson, of
could not have done better. 1 ne store, o n t h e Congregational telegram ye-terday announcing this city; four sons, John, William, j Woman’s club will hold a regular
opperetta was under the direction church lawn) Monday morning the s<Tiots illness of her mother at James and Thomas, and o n e program meeting next Thursday,
of Miss Taylor and Mr. Thomas and Saturday e v e n i n g , at 7 Baker, Ore , and left for Baker daughter, Alice, all of Seattle; (Dec. 28) at 2:30 p. rn., at the
Congregational church parlors.
and careful preparation and faith o'clock, the band will play appro immediately.
also a brother, George Dickson, The program will consist of the
ful training went a great way priate music and pupils of the
The Pacific Market, the Forest and sister, Mrs. John Baxter of; singing of Christmas carols by the
toward making the play a success grade and high schools will sing
children, led by Prof. Geo. R.
Clayton G il l n e r and Clarence Christmas carols. The tree will Grove Shoe Store and M. S. Al
William Dickson was a mem Thomas. Mrs. Chas. Littler and
len hafle nice Christmas windows,
Famine, us stage manageis, did be illuminated by vari-colored
in addition to those mentioned ber of the Forest Grove M. E Mrs. M . S. Allen wi l l a c t as
credit to themselves in managing electric lights, but there will be
church and died triumphant in hostesses.
the scenes. The scenes were paint no presents. After the exercises
George It. Thomas, instructor the faith, A few moments before
MRS. GEO. D . ROGERS,
ed by Harold Moore, a high School at the tree, the children will visit
his death he remarked to a Meth
boy, and they were an excellent various homes about the city and in mathematics and manual train-- odist minister; “ I know in whom
ing at the local high school, has
addition to the performance. The sing their carols.
Xmas Bulletin •
resigned his position to take a| I have believed and am persuaded
business manager of the play was
L" ten for the band and remem position in a Portland insurance that He is able to keep that which
Gifts go to the Book
Joseph Loomis and the advertis ber that it plays for the Christ
; office. He and Mrs. Thomas will
Store. Books. Leather Goods,
ing and full house spoke for hun. mas exercises.
go to Portland Saturday or Sun against that day.” He t h e n Hand-painted China, Toilet Sets,
The boys who were in the sailors’
asked his daughter to sing "A Manicuring Sets, Pottery, Dolls,
Olive Morley Married
chorus were: First tenors, Kneel!
Sinner Saved by Grace” and tried Pictures, Doll Carts, Games and
Harriett Ruth, the 11-months-
Todd, Krnest Dye, Francis Tay
Word comes fiom lone, Morrow
to join in the singing. Smiling
lor, Ix*sier Hughes, Glenn Makin; county, of the marriage Sunday of old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. into his son’s face, he said, “ Oh, Game Boards of all kinds. The
celebrated Davis, quality Xmas
second tenors, Paul 1’eehin, Clar Miss Olive Morley, daughter of Horace Reed of Vancouver, Wa«h
Death, where is thy sting? Is it
ence Lennevilie, Kverett Burn- Mr anil Mrs. L. G Morley of last Monday passed away at the possible this is death?” He wel Cards, and many other things
worth, Claude John-on;baritones, this city, to Joseph Craige, a home of her grandparents, Mr. I comed the coming of peace and which will make beautiful Xmas
Victor Th »mas, Tom Todd, Cecil prosperous young farmer of that and Mrs. Dan Baker, ea t of this comfort.
We invite you to call and look
and Victor Kvans, Oliver Buxton, section. The br ide, who has been city, bronchial pneumonia being
Funeral ver | Funeral services were held Sun our stock over before making
Beecher Folks; b a s s , Howard at lone since the fir.-t of Novem the cause of dea’ h
Jones, Lloyd Kirry, John Frost, ber. has for some time previously vices were held at the Buxton day at Seattle and the remains your purchases
were interred beside those of Mrs.
Harold Hiatt and Glenn Hoar. been employed in Portland, but chapel at 10 o ’clock yesterday
H. R. BERNARD, Prop
Dickson, the wife, who passed
The girls in the High School chor she has a host of friends in this morning, under the auspices of
Pipe Organ Arrives
the First Church of Christ, Scien away seven years ago.
us were: First soprano, Beal rice city who will wish her well.
tist. and the remains were interred
The $2,000 pipe organ for the
Bockinan, M a u d Crait, Ruth
will grieve to learn of William Christian Science church arrived
Monday was the anniversary of in Forest View cemetery.
Willis, Clara Moore, Sadie M c
The Dilley high school pupils Dickson’s death, but they will re a few days ago and is being in
Coy, Camilla Mills, Marian Wil the coming of Ben Whited into
bur; second sopranos, Helen Croz- this vale of tears and joys and a cleared $28.95 by their play, joice that he welcomed the pass stalled. It is expected that the
installation will be completed by
ier, Kvelyn DeMosa, Eva Barber, number of the friends of himself "Tatter«, the P e t of Squatter ing over the river.
the end of. next week.
Kvelyn Patton. Mabel Patton, and family called at the Whited Gulch,” at Artisan Hall last Sat- ,
Mrs. Eliza Woolley Called
Thelma Mills, Vivian Sesseman, home Monday evening to show urday night. The play, was well'
At an early h o u r yesterday
Lylu Short; first altos, Opal Dixon, i Ben that they had kept track of received by the 'a»ge audience, Mrs. Eliza Wooley, aged 74, morning a burglar entered the
Jessie Goodman, O l g a Turner, his birthday and wanted to help and some of the people of Gaston parsed away at her home in Port Beaverton postoffice by forcing a
Lucile Robinson, Kthel Mocroft, him celebrate the event. The are asking that the play be pre land Friday of cancer and the re rear door and carried away reg
Fern Reynolds, Margaret Martin; evening was pleasantly spent at sented in that town.
mains were interred in Mountain istered mail, a few stamps and a
second altos, Frances Benjamin, cards after which Mrs. Whited
View cemetery, north of this city, number of Christmas packages.
Mary Donovan. Kieanor Haskell, served an excellent lunch to her
Sunday, with services at the grave Postmistress Fitzpatrick estimates
Margaret Morgan, Mary Olm husband’s guests. Those in the
party, aside from the family, were J. Wirtz and brother to Mrs. Earle by Rev. R. E. Dunlap of the M ., the loss at $600.
stead, Helen Phillips
O. Buxton of this city, passed
Jesse Stegleider greatly assisted Messrs, and Mesdames Harve
, away at his home in Portland last
the sailor boys by his knowledge
7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting.
Deceased was the w i d o w of
Friday morning of tuberculosis,
Bro. McCoy, Leader.
of sailors. He contributed twelve lock, W. R. Coon, R. C. Walker,
after an illness of about two years.
and C. W. Mertz
Lord’s Day, 9:45 a. m., Bible school.
of the suits.
Had Clyde lived until the last land several years ago. For many
11 a. m. Lord’s Supper and Christmas
The operetta will be repeated at
day of this month, he would have: years the family lived on a farm sermon.
the Star Theatre tomorrow (Fri
been 22 years of age. Deceased near Hillsboro, but m o v e d to
6:30 p. m. Intermediate and Senior
day) night. If y o u m i s s e d it
I will be a candidate at the wa.- b »rn in this city and attend Portland something like twenty C. E.
Tuesday night, you should go to coming city election for the office ed its schools until thirteen years years ago. Mrs. Woolley is sur
A t the evening service the Bible
morrow night, sure.
o f City Treasurer, to succeed my ago, when he moved to P»>rtland, vived by four daughters— Mrs. School will give a program, to which
the public is cordially invited. The»
I. J. HOAR.
where he was attending Washing- Emma C h a n d l e r , Mrs. Anna service will be along the line of a giv
Preparing for Election
Breidenstein and Mrs. Lotta ing Christmas -the giving of self, serv
In the county court the past week ton High School until forced by
Mayor Paterson and Council- the Portland Bus and Coke Company illness to give up his studies. He i Walling of Portland and Mrs. ice and substance. The offering given
men Coon, Johnson, Mertz and was granted a franchise to lay mains w a s an unusually bright boy, | Katie Walling of Amity—and one will go for the European sufferer, un
less otherwise specified by the givers.
Wirtz and Recorder Dyke met at in Washington county. .
with a bent for electricity, and son, Fred Woolley of Tacoma,
Any one knowing of needy families
the council chamber last evening; Della McElhny is seeking a divorce had made with his own hands and Wash. She was an aunt to the in our city please notify the pastor.
from her husband, R. J, McElhny who
in adjourned session and instruct is alleged to have deserted her 12 years successfully operated a wireless Buxton boys of this city, having Those who desire to help the needy can
bring their gifts of clothing, flour,
ed the recorder to have ballots ago.
apparatus, often picking up m es-, been a si ter to the late Mrs fruit, etc., to the church Sunday and
printed and make other arrange
Cupid received another jolt when 1 sages sent by government wireless Henry Buxton, and was a woman the committee in charge will see to its
ments for the municipal election Mirihah I. Devell brought suit for di I stations.
highly respected by all who en distribution.
on Jan. 8th. It was decided not vorce from her husband Bradford B.
R. L. PU TN AM , Pastor.
Funeral services were held Sat- j
Devell, whom she alleged deserted her
to submit the franchise asked by a on
the 16th of May, 1914.
urday at 3 p. m., at the East Side
Portland gas company to the
A. Carl Fleck is suing Mary Louise undertaking pa-lore,
people, it being thought that if Fleck for a divorce on the grounds of
and the remains were incinerated.
the gas people wanted the ques desertion. The couple were married in
Mrs. Wirtz, Mr. and Mrs. Buxton,
tion submitted they could take New York in April 1892.
Mr. and Mrs. J C. Latta and
Miss Eunice Bernard returned | Mrs. P. W . Cronin attended the
It was decided to have th e ' to her home in this city Tuesday
funeral from this city.
street commissioner seal t he holes evening from a nursing case at
cut in the pavement while laying | Hillsboro.
Mrs. John Williams
Word was received today of
The economical time of the year to travel—Holiday
the death of Mrs. John Williams,
who passed away this morning at
round-trip fares allow longer return limits than
Atascadero, Calif., where Mr. and
at any other time of the year.
Mrs. Williams went two months
ago for the latter’s health. Death
wishes all a
; was due to a paralytic stroke, suf
fered some days ago
Sarah Wells was born in Kan
Between all points in Oregon; al
sas a n d came to Washington
Between all points in Oregon
and presents for the CHRISTMAS PROGRAM the Great
all Southern Pacific
county when a young girl. Here
Dec. 30 to Jan. 1st, inclusive.
Metro Wonder Picture,
points to Washington and Idaho
she was united in marriage with
Return limit Jan. 3d. Oregon to
Dec. 22 to 25, inclusive. Return
John Williams, who was with her
points Dec. 25 to 28,
when the end came. They leave
and California points Dec. 21 to
no children, but deceased has a
inclusive. Return limit Jan. 15.
23, inclusive. Return limit Jan
brother, Rev. Aaron Wells, of
By Robert W. Service.
Salem and a sister, Mrs. Emma
Teegarden, of Portland.
(Herbert Deuell will recite this Great Poem)
Mrs. Williams was a member
of the Christian church, a devout
Write or ask local agent
Christian, a dutiful wife and a
kind and loving neighbor and
will complete this excellent bill.
John M. Scott,
General Passenger Agent
many a home in this city will be
saddened by the news of her
The body will arrive in this city
Saturday and funeral services will
be held at the Christian church
, Sunday,at 2 p. m.
High School Operetta
a Complete Success
Spend the H olidays
at Hom e
The Star ^ Theater
“ M E R R Y C H R IS T M A S ”
New Year’s Holidays--
“The Spell of the Yukon”
“ The Shielding Shadow”
Monday and Tuesday
5c and 10c
Southern Pacific Lines