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AN IN D EPEN DEN T WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
Voi. 2, No. 5
FOREST GROVE. OREGON. THURSDAY, FEB. 8. 1917
• bany College should be merged
; with Pacific.
P. U. Class Flections
to Leave Pacific with Yesterday
was election da
the classes, resulting as fol-
HEY, YOU FELLOWS, CUT IT OUTl
$1.50 per Year
Joined in Matrimony
A very p r e t t y wedding was
solemnized at the home of Mr.
C. J . Bushnell, for the post lows:
and Mrs. Horace R. Bernard at 3
Seniors Glenn Morgan, presi
three and one-half years president
o'clock yesterday afternoon, when
of Pacific University, recently dent; Alice Smith, vice; Alvina
their only child, Miss Eunice, was
Howard, secretary; George Ras-
tendered his resignation, to take musen, treasurer; Thayne Live-
given in marriage to Mr. Norris
effect at the end of the present say, reporter.
L. Rogers of McMinnville. The
school year Aug. 31, 1917 and,
Juniors -I«eo Lucas, president;
ceremony was performed by Rev.
at a meeting of the trustees, held Donna Mack, vice; Tom Smith,
D. C. Bevan of Portland, who
in Portland last Saturday, the j ecretary and reporter; Sam Cox,
was pastor to the Bernard family
resignation was accepted, as is treasurer.
Iowa when the bride of today
Sophomores — Orlando Romig,
evidenced by the following copy
a little miss in arms. Rev.
president; Eathel McKinney.vice;
A. J . Hunsacker of McMinnville,
of an official communication Margaret Keep, secretary; Julian
grandfather to the groom, assist
transmitted to President Bushnell: Fenenga, treasurer; Helen New
ed in the ceremony.
“ A urora, O regon, Feb. 5th, 1817. man, reporter.
The bride was attired in a
" D r. C. J . HuahnHI,
Freshmen—Noah Jones, presi
gown of pink crepe de
" I ’rw ndent I’arifle U n iv ersity ,
dent; Edith Craft, vice; Zclla
lace flouncing and
“ F o re st fJrove, O regon.
Buckingham, secretary ; Harry
and made a pretty
" D e a r Sir: Y our resiicnntion us P res Romig, treasurer; Dorothy Hall,
e the handsome
id en t o f Pacific U n iv ersity w as laid be reporter.
fore th e Hoard o f T ru s te e s a t a meet*
i»K held in P o rtlan d on th e 3rd. inst.
him ! accepted, to ta k e effect on th e 31st
this city next Saturday evening
Boyce Fenton of the same place
day of A ugust, 1817— th a t tim e being
j to debate the subject, “The Lit
th e d o s e of th e p re se n t school year.
eracy T e s t f o r Im m igrants”
Should you ask a leave o f absence be
The wedding march was played
Lester T. Jones and Elbert Tay
fo re th a t d ate, it would probably be
Mrs. J. P. Hurley and Miss
lor will represent P. U and their
g ra n te d , b u t in th e m ean tim e you are
S ockman sang solos
friends are predicting victory for
to be reg ard ed by all as th e head of
them. The debate is at Marsh
th e U niversity.
Fifty guests witnessed the cere
ha*), beginning at 8 p. m. Ad
" T h is s ta te m e n t is m ade to th e end
mony and enjoyed the delicious
th a t th e re may I n * 'no m isapprehension
luncheon t h a t followed Mrs.
on th e p a rt of any one as to your o f
Lester T. Jones last Thursday
— C h a p .n in St. L o u is Republic.
Stannard of Brownsville poured,
ficial (amition as such head of th e in sti won the oratorical trv-out con
Mrs. Earle O. Buxton sliced the
tu tio n . T here is only th e m ost kindly test at P U. and will r< present
and Miss Jessie Reynolds,
With the Invalids
feeling on the p a r t o f th e Hoard tow ard the college in the old line contest
Florence Webley and Mes-
writer's opinion, the stars of the
Mrs. A. H Underwood. who evening,
you and a deep ap p reciatio n o f the to be held at the O. A. C. March
the men coming along as dames A. E. Scott and Billy
has been quite ill for the past two
, *’ "ds
effo rts you have m ade on b eh alf of the 9th.
weeks, is improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard, Mrs.
The P. U. basket shooters went
" T ru s tin g and believing th a t your
Stephen Morgan, who has been ' was given by the same cast at Rogers (mother of the groom) and
work fo r Pacific U n iv ersity will e v e n t
very ill with the grip, is also re Verboort, with a full house of ap- Mrs. Bevan received the guests as
ually re su lt in m uch good to th e school a score of 25 to 15. Up to this ported improving.
preciative auditors. A neat sum they arrived. The rooms were
and reflect c re d it upon y o u rself, 1 game, the P. U boys had won
was realized from the two per- decorated in pink and green.
five straights, so their score now
three weeks among the invalids, formances.
The out-of-town guests were
"Y o u rs m oat sincerely,
is able to be out again.
and Mrs D. C. Bevan, Mrs.
"N a|a>leon D avis,
Interesting Grange Meeting
Mrs. Jessie Covert, who suf-:
Lovell Keen, Mr. and Mr». W. D.
" S e c re ta ry Pacific U n iv ersity , Hoard however, for at that time the
Last Saturday’s meeting of Gale McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Mount Angel team comes here fered a backset a week ago, is
T r u s te e s ."
for a game. P. U. gym, 8 p. m., again on the mend.
grange was a very interesting one Nelson, and Misses Hazel Gold-
When a representative of the admission 25c.
Mrs. Roy Hesseltine, who
and many of the rural members smith and Pearl Francis, all of
Express yesterday asked President
suffered severely from the grip, is were in attendence, with visitors Portland; Rev. A. J. Hunsacker,
Old Veterans Are Loyal
Mrs. Lulu Rogers, Mr. and Mrs.
Bushnell regarding his plans for
F. W. Hunsacker, Mr. and Mrs.
I Mrs. John Bellinger is recover
the future, he replied that he had
E. Rogers, M i s s Zonweiss
no thing to say at present regard yesterday, in this city, the fol ing from her recent illness.
Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Hod-
Mrs. John Templeton is still
ing his future intentions. Neither lowing resolution w a s passed:
F. W. Fenton, Mrs.
did he volunteer any information ¡"Whereas, The present interna- quite ill with tonsolitis
the program, Dr. Anna Baker, Mrs. Harper Jami-
Miss Mary Bowman, who has Bi*hop read an article dealing son, Miss Dada Rhodes, Mrs. E.
as to the cause of his resignation. I tional uncertain conditions de
very ill at the Portland San- j with America’s break with Ger Fitzhugh, Miss Norma Goucher
mand that each and every citi-
Harrison G. Platt of Portland
many, and R. M. Stevens dis and Boyce Fenton, all of McMinn
A. B. Thomas, who underwent cussed the article a t considerable ville; Mr. and Mrs. E. G. San
and Napoleon Davis of Aurora, i ica do now declare his intentions.
ders and Mr. and Mrs. J . C.
president and secretary, respec If this present Administration is a serious operation in a Portland length.
tively, of the board of trustee- of to receive his undivided loyalty, hospital, is getting on well and ex A. S. Dilley told of some of his McKern of North Yamhill.
Pacific University, were in the now is the time to make it man pects to return home in about ten experiences in the dairy and
The bride and groom departed
city yesterday, looking into the ifest.
poultry business, Mrs. A. T. Bux last evening for Portland, where
Mrs. J R. Caples submitted to ton reported on the recent Farm they will visit for a day or two,
financial and physical condition
“ Resolved; T h a t We, T h e
of the college and took dinner James B. Mathews Post No. 6, an operation a t a Portland hos ers’ meetings at Corvallis and H. after which they will go to their
with J. P. Hurley, L. M. Graham Department of Oregon, Grand pital last Thursday and is recov- j T. Buxton told some of the early future h o m e at McMinnville,
and C A. Littler, a committee Army of the Republic, do hereby :ering therefrom.
I where the groom is in the drug
history of Oregon.
from the Commercial club. These tender our sincere sympathy and
Al Sexton writes from Cali-
An excellent musical program business. He has a newly-fur
trustees report that at present will resort to every effort to sus fornia that his health is so much closed the meeting.
nished bungalow ready for his
the college is running at a loss tain the President of the United | improued that he is again at work.!
bride and they start off their mar
and they fear if it cannot soon be States of America, and prove our
Mrs. Julia Marsilliot received1 See “The Spoilers,” in twelve ried life under very flattering cir
put on a self-supporting basis if loyalty, as in 1861 to 1865.
word Tuesday morning of the vivid reels, at the Star tomorrow cumstances.
may be necessary to close the in
severe illness of her brother, Mr. night
In securing Eunice Bernard as
stitution. President Platt sug
Johnson of St. Johns, who is
wife, Mr. Rogers takes from
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
gested that if the city would al
known by some here. Mrs. Mar-
Forest Grove one of her prettiest,
low the college free light and wa
may spend sometime at his
most accomplished and most
Miss Moisen, who has spent Isilliot
ter and the citizens would become
amiable young ladies and those
active in securing more students
Mrs. Claude Smith Monday
who know the groom best say he
and a little more financial back Bernards, has returned to Port- submitted to an operation at
deserving of such a woman.
ing, all danger of suspension (land.
and Mrs. Rogers received
Miss Neta Miller of Moscow, growth in the nasal cavity. The
would be removed.
many handsome and val
It appears that too many Ore ! Idaho, visited in the W. H. Greer ! operation was a success, but Mrs.
at tokens of es
gon boys and girls are going out home a few hours Tuesday, on ( Smith will remain in Portland the
teem in which they are held by
* of the state for their college train
■ remainder of the week, taking
their friends and admirers.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred R. Busby treatment. Claude was with her
ing to enable Oregon colleges to
left yestarday for Portland, where when the operation was performed.
Will Collect Taxes
Prof. Fenenga is now in the they will visit for a week before
Applegate today in
A Good Entertainment
east, trying to overcome this lack going to their home at Fossil.
formed the Express that his of
The pool and billiard tables at
of patronage fuid, judging from
"Home Ties,” the four-act play
fice would begin collecting taxes
his past performances, for other the K. of P. club rooms are prov given at Verts’ Hall last Friday
colleges, he is very likely to meet ing so popular that another pool evening by the Catholic young
on Monday, Feb.I19th.
with some success. There are table was «added a few days since. people, proved very entertaining
Rex Beache’s “Spoilers," as re
many people in Forest Grove who
Anyone needing a reliable boy to the large crowd which attend
modeled by the Selig company, is
could, by a word or a deed now for an errand or for short jobs, ed and proved t h a t amateur
much bettef than the former ver
and then, make it certain that call Ray Terry Williams, Master theatricals, if c r ed i t a b 1 y pre
sion and is now shown in twelve
Pacific University would continue of Boy Scouts. The boys need sented, can always be depended
reels. At the Star Theater to
a credit and source of financial equipment and want to earn it.
on to entertain and amuse. Some
(Friday); matinee 2:30;
help to the business interests of
The Christian Endeavorers of of the parts were rather heavy for
Washington codinly will hold a amateurs, but this didn’t bother
Miss Lena Hollevoet, who is
It is reported that a committee rally at the local Christian church Mrs. Burns, as the widow with
attending business college in Port
from the Presbyterian church of on Saturday, Feb. 17, at which symptoms; Miss Lena Smith, as
land, and her fiance, Mr. Leipzig,
Oregon will soon visit this city to time C. H. Hamilton, field rep the irrepressible darky m aid; Lor
investigate the resources, site, resentative of the Christian En etta Hermson, as Ruth Winn;
came out to attend the Catholic
MRS. EUNICE ROGERS
play and visit Miss Hollevoet’s
buildings and equipment of P U.. deavor World, will be with them. Perry Ward, as Alma W’ayne «and
Lottie Lee, as A u n t Melissa.
to determine whether or not Al- Supper at 6:30 p..m., 25c.