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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
Voi. 2, No. 11
FOREST GROVE. OREGON. T H U R S D A Y . M ARCH 22, 1917
TO BE BUILT
$1.50 per Year
Academy, near Beaverton. Arch
Star chapter, the members en
Bishop Christie of Portland said
a fine banquet and program.
pontifical high mass and Father
The banquet hall and tables were
r n u m im it :
I^ane, dean of Albany, spoke Be
wwnrfwrm *W decorated in honor of St. Patrick,)
tween 30 and 40 clergymen, in
A Family Reunion
j wiih green hata, pipes and snakes.
Washington, March 2 1 . — The
For several years there huve cluding Father Buck of this city,
There uro* a ioliv f-.miiv re. The Pr°Kram Included a reading sinking of three American mer-
, , i y,
^ by Mrs. Williams, a recitation by chantmen by German submarines
h«*en K|HM'ulationr. as to when | were in attendance. The Order
i Miss I^ingley, a solo by Mrs. Car- and other developments have in-
somebody would build a railroad
kind ever founded in Oregon.
Lafferty. Gales Creek last Thurs- mack and potato races and other duced President Wilson to call
from this eity to Tillamook and |
day, when Mrs LafFerty’s child- 1 stunts by the members.
congress to meet April 2— two
right now it looks as though a
ren and grandchildren gathered
weeks earlier than formerly plan-
>iep iri that direction was to be
, for a family supper. Those in
Cave Red Cross Tea
ned. War preparations proceed.
taken, for it is reported on pretty 1
attendance were Mr. and Mrs. J.
The ladies of the Belgian Aid p
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reliable authority that the Lum
L. l i v i n g and son .of Eugene, M r. gave a tea at Mrs. E F. Burling- LO n W lB rC lH l L i l l i )
For some six weeks the members
bermen’s Engineering Gornpany.1
and Mrs. Archie Clark
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U 1 1 J C * Monday
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i K V " ‘ p :Uri of the local camp of the Royal American Forks, Ida., Mrs. W ard ! raise money for an Easter offering
tying northward and west ward Neighbors have conducted a con-1 Munktrs, son and daugh'er of \ for the English
from that city all winter, has
Silverton, Mr. and Mrs. John I About fifty ladies attended and Huh mPt at th» nfficp of Hr, li •
asked for bids for the construction
son of Gales Creek $20.(X)
$20.00 was realized, which was a c:raham FriHav PVpnina n' n
of ten miles of road from Wilkes- make meetings interesting. Mrs. W’ dson and
W mnifnd Aldrich was captain of and Mrs.
Mr»- Ottice Shearer of this great delight to the workers. Tea,
r.ffieer< -w fr.lb.u/«-
boro toward Glen wood. W. JL
half the members and Miss Am y city.
coffee and cakes were served and
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Beilis the engineer in charge of
The afternoon was <pent
in vis- a delightful programme was given.
the surveying and lie has leased
former’s team won the contest ¡ting
A. G. Hoffman, v ice President,
¡Ling and talking over the occur- Misses Mamie Loomis and Har-
quarters for his men on the Parkin
and last Friday night, after the rencesof
rences of the eight
t ight years that have riet Benjamin gave a piano duet,
M R. Johnson, Secretary,
place, north of Gales City, the
C. A. Littler, Treasurer,
lease calling for six months use.
Johnson was author-
Rumor has it that this road is
eventually to got«» Tillamook and pared and served by M bs Pechin 6 o ’clock and it was one long to be songs and he voice was unusually ¡zed to write the officers of the
that when that is done a branch and her helpers and it is said to remembered,especially by Mother delightful. Miss L u c i l e Higby Grand Army and Relief Corps to
¡f they would not like to
from this city will run up Gales have been “ some feed." Roy He*- Lafferty, who was overjoyed to gave a short talk on the work of ^
the dates of the state en-
Creek as a feeder to the Oregon
sided with the grace and dignity around the family table
the p ans in regard to forming an ram [,mpnt from Line 91 28 and
Electric passenger line
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, Honor Guard, and the afternoon 29 to June 14, 1 5 and 16'. It was
At present the road for which of a Chesterfield.
was a thorough success both from explained that it was the desire
bids are asked is designed to tap I tt
financial and social standpoint. Gf the Woman’s Club rose show
the timber of the Wilson river
't he ladies who are interested committee to hold the rose show
to Ix>se,” Mrs. Carrie Graham, friends of M r. and Mrs. McNamer in the Belgian work are planning during the encampment and it
past oracle, had for her subject brayed the storm and Went to another affair, to be given shortly
was feared that, - unless the sea_
A Good Woman Cone
was very backward, the best
After k veral years of suffering,
'1 he invaders were cordially wel ing money to buy material for the of the roses would have vanished
Mrs. John Baldwin was released
explained “ The Aim of the Con comed and told to make them work to be carried on .
by the last of the month. The
from pain on Monday afternoon test.” Mrs. A. M cK ay told a selves at home.
secretary was also to ascertain if
of this week, death coming at the Hory of St Patrick, Mrs J. E. was played for several hours, after
Assist«, by Mrs. Bookman,,a there was anything the Commer-
home of her daughter, Mrs. Stella Farmer’s subject was ” How It which the hostess, assisted by number of the friends of Dr. cjai cjub cou|d j o to further the
Cornelius of Wapato, where she Feels to Join During a Contest” Mrs. John Anderson, served an ( lias. Bookman Monday evening sucess of the encampment, in ad-
gave him a real birthday surprise dition to the requests heretofore
and Mrs Helen Buckland of Hills appetizing lunch
party. A splendid supper was made
boro gave an interesting talk on
Funeral services were held at the benefits to humanity of orders
W F. Schmidke was Saturday served and everybody had a good
th above w __ writtf>n
the Buxton chapel at 10 o’clock
night treated by a number of bis time.
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like the R. N. A.
yesterday morning and the re
The tabl«>s were beautifully dec
officers of the G A. R., in Port
mains were interred in the Forest
C0NDENSED NEWS NOTES
in green, with green candles day surprise party, the function
land, and secured the change of
View cemetery, Rev. R. L. Put
being pulled off at the W. K. Cur
June 14th is
nam of the Christian chirch of
Miss Kerr of Eugene is visiting date suggested.
while linen a n d hollow green tis home. The evening was spent
is planned to
at games, music and social chat , 1 Mrs. Hogue,
throw Old Glory to the breeze,
Deceased was born in Butler shamrock place cards filh*d with followed by a nice lunch. The
Mrs. A. L Gaston leaves this
county, Ohio, July 18th. 1844, mints at each plate. It was some guest report having enjoyed the evening to visit a son at Ellens- with appropriate ceremonies, from
a big pole to be erected on the
and removed to Indiana when but
Congregational church lot.
a child. She was married to John were rather scarce.
Bargain prices to see “ Civiliza-
President Graham, J. A . Thorn-
Baldwin July 10th, 1805, in In
Tuesday was the wadding an tion,” at the Star Theater, next
diana; and l a t e r
niversary of Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Monday. Adults 25c children burgh. M . R. Johnson, A. E,
Mr. Gilpin, who has been ill for sev-
Scoit, Judge Hollis and A G.
Illinois, where they lived until
Allen and Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
Hoffman were appointed a com
1881, when they moved to Neb i-ral weeks, in able to ulterul to some o f Hoffman and the event was cele 10 c.J
the lighter duties o f the furm again.
Mrs J. E. M ay and little son mittee to ascertain, if possible,
raska, coming to Forest Grove
The minstrel given by some o f the brated with a fine 6 o ’clock dinner
from that state in 1891. She joined young |a-ople ot Thatcher last Wednes at the Allen home, with both leave this evening for Pa-co, whether it was the intention of
the Baptist church in 1806, but day evening, was a big success in e v families and M r. and Mrs. E. G. Wash., where Mr. M ay is em- the people surveying a railroad
up Gales Creek to pa-s through
some years later became affiliated ery res|>ect. The "make-up” o f each Mills around the board
in«lividuul was original and well carried
this city and encourage them in
with the Christian church in this out
and the entire program was given dames Allen and Hoffman, who
city. Mrs Baldwin was a loving in a free and easy manner which are sisters, were married on the son’s mother should see “ Civiliza so doing*
wife, an affectionate mother and showed that much time had been spent 20 th of March, but not in the tion.” Star Theater next Mon-
M . J. Fenenga, H. E. Inlow
an excellent neighbor and her in making it a credit to the performers. same year
day afternoon and night.
and C A. Littler were appointed
jokes were lively and kept the
death cast a pall of gloom over The
On page five of this issue will be a committee to secure members
audience in an uproar o f laughter; the
Mrs. John Buchanan Tuesday found a map of the roads to be and arrange for another dinner,
hundreds of acquaintances, es i readings and songs were appropriate
pecially among the ladies of the and well rendered. Mr. Alfred Freerk- entertained three dozen ladies in built in case the $ 6 . 000,000 bond to be given at an early date,
W R. C , of which organization son as Interlocutor and Mr. Homer honor of Mrs. T* J. O. Thacher, issue carries at the June election.
The activity shown at the first
I'urdin as the "O rchestra” were great who visited here while enroute
she was an honored member.
of t h e new directors
ly responsible for the success o f the
Deceased is survived by her ¡performance. T h e attendance w a s r- ’
‘u ' i ' ^ | ‘ Franklin Grove. Illinois, are visit-| would indicate that they intend
husband and one daughter, Mrs. large and everyone voted it the best !
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^ ing the former’« aunt, Mrs. John to do more than merely eat and
entertainment they had seen at Thatch-
Cornelius of Wapato.
j B^ahen, and family in this city.
talk'their way through a year’s
I er for a long time.
Bad Boys in Court
Mrs. D. N . Morris, who has suf-
1; Wilson Calls Congress
to Meet April Second
Is Getting Busy
friends o f Mr. and Mrs.
The Political Science depart- fered from rheumatism for some
ment of the Woman’s club met months, is improving nicely under
Monday afternoon with Mrs. Me- the treatment of Dr. Moore, the
Cready, finished reading and dis- chiropractor.
cussing the book _______
on “ The
_ _ Japan-
Members of Delphos lodge No.
A J - Demurest of Harrisburg
K. of P., are planning a big
class will meet April 2 with Mrs. has been elected cashier of the
John Abbott, when another book hirst National bank of this city time next Saturday night, when
of the same character will be taken and will take the position about they initiate twenty-one memb rs.
April 1st. Mr. Demorest is now A degree staff from Portland, ac-
in the banking business at Harris- companied by not less than one
Burlingham a n d burg and is well known to Presi- hundred visitors and a brass band,
Hines Saturday night entertained dent Johnson of tbe First National will be among the visitors. Mc-
the Bide-a-Wee club at the Hines as a competent and trustworthy Minnville, Yamhill, Gaston, Hills-
boro and other towns will send
Misses Laura Bell and Mar-
dig delegations and t h e local
* » « * Clark Friday evening enter-1
Knights expect to entertain fully
( A r h f d together on the C ollege, theater in the afternoon. The weather taint'd the grade teachers at a
Lord’ s Day services as follows;
| 500 Saturday night. There will
rvimpus. County Judge Keasoner , bein* j>erfect, every minute o f the “ Children’s Party,” th e guests all
Bible school 9:45 a. m.
be a parade on Main street at
Monday paroled the boys, during time was fully enjoyed by the party,
dressed as children
Communion and sermon “ The Lord’s
Listen for the bands.
good behavior, in rare of t h e i r | I « —
at the Supper.” 11 a. m.
M r. and Mrs. H. T . Buxton
Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m.
Iwiente. UfHfn payment of the
Mr. .m l Mr,. Harry M illa r. ntertained j done of the games and other
at M cM innville Sunday to
1 he JU 1 m
j r mistd the a number o f their friends at a «tinner amusements.
Song service and sermon 7:30 p. m.
witness the marriage of Mrs. Bux
lads a term in the reform school Sunday. Those present were; Messrs
Subject: “ No Room For Christ.”
in case they broke parole.
and Mesdames, M. E. Simmons, James
Saturday evening Miss Lucile
Every member requested to be present ton’s brother, Howard Miller, to
West. A. Ballinger ami W. B. Simmons West entertained a number of her at the 11 o'clock service.
Miss Edna VanOrsdel. The cer
and Master Roger Peyton.
I frie n d g at a St. Patrick’s party.
A Silver Jubilee
emony was performed at the
The La,lies’ Industrial Club met with F
'¿ h guest
a u n t was
w as ‘ asked
asked" i to
Kver>'bod>' invitod to theae servicea’
Twenty-five years ago the Older Miss
Fay Matt last week. The meet-1 *",u
The Northwest District Convention home of the bride’s parents by
of St. Mary was organized and ing was well attendeil and three new som e b it Of green, to correspond ¡s to be held here beginning next W e d -' Rev. Fields of the M . E. church.
members were added to roll call. D e -! to the decoration of the rooms, nesday evening and to continue in ses- j
last Monday the Silver Jubilee of licious refreshments were served by Jnllv gam es w pre th e nrdor o f th e s'tm until Friday afternoon. This is
The most daring and stupen-
the order, as well as the silver the hostess and the regular iolly time
o f modern
a ft e r ' n hich d e lig h tfu l for 8nybody who wanta to atten'1’ duous production
a I le r w n ,cn dellgh ttU I There wi„ 1h? good singing and splendid !
jubilees of Sister Seraphim ( Moth- j was enjoyed hy all. The club will meet
t i me s ,
next with Mrs. Frank Rennett.
refreshments were served.
messages on program throughout. We
er Superior), Sister Laurentia. Sis .......... .
want to see the membership attend e v - ¡ Theater, next Monday afternoon
ter Theresa and Sister Anthony
W. J. Good visited Levi Keck
Monday evening, after the reg- ery session.
and night. Adults 25c, children
; ular meeting of the local Eastern
was celebrated a I Si. M ary’s at Orenco Sunday.
R. L. PU T N A M . Pastor.
Tw o boys of about sixteen last surprised them at their home, arriving
Thursday entered Bernard’s Book ” en-masse” about eight o’clock. The
Store through a rear second-story surprise was complete Htid
so large that they tilled the house to
window, rifled the till of $5.50 in overflowing. Mr. a n d Mrs. Buckley
money and carried off jewelry and came to the rescue and offered their
other merchandise to the value big, new house where there was plenty
of about $75.
By,noon Friday o f room to “ fro lic .” The evening was
>ent in all sorts o f games, in which
Sheril Applegate had spotte t he 0 f|J amj yOUng aiike took an enthusiastic
guilty parties, secured a confes- part. Delicious refreshments w e r e
sion and recovered the biggest served at a late hour and the guests
part o f the loot, as Well as some 1 departed, claiming they had spent a
pocket knives stolen the same :
e njoyahle evening^
and M rs.
night from the Parsons harness j a‘n*e« West and'Mr* and^lrs. A. Bal-
shop. I he boys deny the Parsons linger, left for Portland in Mr. W est's
robbery, but the knives and some new Ford. They took in some o f the
Ride the Goat