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36th A n n u a l E n ca m p m e n t, Dept, of Oregon, G. A. R., W. R. C. and L of G. A. R., F o re st G ro v e , J u n e 26, 27 a n d 28
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ANT IN D E P E N D E N T W EEKLY NEWSPAPER
Vol. 2. No. 17
FOREST GROVE. OREGON. THURSDAY, MAY 3. 1917
Honor Girls Practice Shooting
Forest Grove Boy
to Be Air Warrior
$1.50 per Year
ofie hour, so that participants
attend other meetings for
Forty-seven of the fifty Honor
which they may have engage
Guard girls who have enrolled for
ments. All male persons between
target practice assembled at the
Mrs. Anna Hogue Monday re the ages of 20 and 70 are eligible
Kirkland place, on Gales Creek,
Committees from the Commer
Washington, May 2. Presi last Tuesday afternoon and prac ceived the following letter from to membership and 100 had signed
the list yesterday noon. Come
dent Wilson has determined to ticed at rifle shooting, under di her son, Mark, who is in training and “ hep” with the home guards cial club and Woman’s club met
at the office of Hollis & Graham
comply with the requestor France rection of Miss Manche I^angley, on Angel Island for entrance to next Tuesday evening.
that American t r o o p s he dis Small target rifles are being u««-<! the aviation school at San Diego:
last Thursday evening and made
patched to the front. Likewise, until such time as the girls be
plans for the parade to be given
the President has given assurance come more accustomed to the use
during the G. A. R. encampment
Antf^l Inland, Calif.,
to Mr. Malfour that every effort of firearms, but heavier guns may
to be held in this city June 26, 27
April 2.r.th, 1917.
will he made to increase the cargo be used later.
and 28. As outlined at present,
Some of the girls made very
tonnage of the world.
I received your letter o f the 19th,
The members of the Washing the various orders will be assigned
The French and British say good scores, considering their lack containing a clipping relative to the ton County Veterans' association as follows:
they will place some of their trans of experience.
Fife and Drum Corpe,
Forest Grove boy* who have joined the are holding their twenty-fourth i
ports at the disposal of this Gov
colors in the variou* branches of the annual reunion at K. of P. hall G. A. R., W. R. C. and L. o f G. A. R.,
ern m< nt for transportation pur
Forest Grove Band,
i today. The morning was devoted ;
City Officials and Council,
Your question regarding the distinc to business and memorial services 1
Marshal Joffre has informed the
tion between the various islands that for departed
T h en !
authorities that it is of the utmost
Civil Orders, Granges, Lodges,
have been made military bases was a came dinner, followed by a pat-!
M e w s. H. E. Inlow, A. G
importance that at least 10,000
Pacific University Students,
natural one, as many inhabitants o f
B. F. White and Joe A. the (¿ay section ask the same question. riotic program.
men should go without delay.
Condensed Milk Company,
Officers were elected as follows::
'I’his number would form a di Wiles, composing the “ Food Con
All recruits enlisted in any branch of
E. T. Sias, Hillsboro, president;!
vision. If two divisions could he servation Committee” of the Com the service must serve a training peri L. A. Brush, Hillsboro, first vice;!
sent at once, so much the better, mercial club, met at the office of od. varying from two months in the ,John Baldwin, Forest Grove, sec-, Camp Fire and Honor Guard Girls,
HollD & Graham Monday even Army to seven in the Marine Cor|>s, ond vice; Mrs. Challacombe, Cor
Marshal Joffre has said.
What is desired is the moral ef ing and organized by electing Mr. l>efore they are sent out as first-class nelius, third vice; Julian Hatch,
Parade will f o r m o n Main
fect on the French troops of the Inlow as chairman, Mr. Hodman privates. The island lying directly be | Forest Grove, chaplain; M. C. ; street, with head of column at
as secretary and Mr. Wiles as tween the San Francisco ferry build- Lincon, Hillsboro, color-bearer. First avenue, north; go north on
presence of Americans.
Marshal Joffre says that these treasurer.
’ ing and the piers on the Oakland side of President Sias will appoint the Main to Third avenue; west on
men will not he sent to the firing
Senator W. H. Hollis was ap the bay is YerbH Buena, more common secretary and treasurer this after Third avenue to A street; south
line at once. They will he trained pointed to co-operate with the ly known as Goat Island. All boys noon.
on A street to Pacific avenue and
in modern war at the camp at president of the Girls’ Honor enlisted in the navy, coming from the
There is a good attendence from east on Pacific avenue to First
street; south on First to Third
Guard in th** cultivation of vacant western states, receive their prelimin all parts of the county
¡ t i l s III t l i i ' c i t y .
ary training there. I have no definite
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* | avenue, south; west
A. G . Hodman was appointed
to operate (without compensation) sists of, but at the end o f their three
The c o m m i t t e e f r o m the
a labor bureau, designed to bring months they are sent out on destroy
Woman’s club is arranging for a
ers, cruisers, battleships and sub
With a view to carrying the baby carriage and doll-cart parade
Prof. E. B. Fitts of the Exten
those who need help.
knowledge of the Agricultural Col- on one of the other days of the
sion department of the state A gri-1
About two miles to the northwest of
To defray the actual expenses
cultural college, is in the county of the bureau, both employe and Goat Island is Angel Island, which har i lege to the people the state and encampment.
the railroads have joined hands to
in the interest of the Food P re-1 employer will I k * asked to pay a bors the immigration station and the , send out speakers and dem on-1 The b a d g e committee had
pared lies* program, which is being fee of ten j»er cent of the wages, army training station. All the army strators. One of these trains will agreed on a design and has or
recruits from the west are trained here
fostered by the state, in co-opera but in no case to exceed 50c to for a period of t*1© month», The train arrive in Forest Grove, over the dered 650 badges for the members
Southern Pacific lines, at 12:30 ¡of the G. A. R., 550 for the W.
tion with the National D epart-, each party.
ing consists o f marching, bayonet and
Prof. Inlow and A G Hodman rifle drills and schooling on army regu next Thursday afternoon (May R. C. and 300 for the Ladies of
ment of Agriculture.
were appointed a publicity com- lations. Later the recruit is sent to 10) and remain until 8:30 a. m. the G. A. R.
A meeting has l>een called for mitt<*e.
the following day. Aboard this
the post for which he enlisted or to
1 o ’clock Tuesday, May 8, at the
train will be members of theO. A .
which he has been assigned.
Court House at Hillsboro. Every j
C. faculty, who will lecture on
Far up the northeast neck o f the bay,
farm organization and other in - 1 to act as a lookout committee,
"Vacant Lot and Backyard Gar
where the Sacramento river empties, is
teres ted organization is being!
and on the subjects of
Friends of Pacific University
asked to send a delegate to this who has a surplus of garden seed, Mare Island. The shipyards and the cooking, canning, poultry-raising,
meeting, at which the proposed
food economy, etc., with practical will be glad to know of the sub
here. The marines, owing to their long
plans for mobilizing the food p ro -1
stantial gift recently made to the
demonstration of methods.
i peri<xl o f training, are very thoroughly
duct ion resources of the state will
college by the will of the late
drilled in marching, riflle. bayonet and
be taken up.
Mrs. Phoebe Crandall of Albany,
swordsmanship and the manipulation of
Mr. Fitts points out to the Ex
to assist in securing a large at whose estate has lately been set
In keeping with the principle
press that the world’s supply of
tled. The gift consists of a house
food is so low that there cannot that this is “ a government for ine has finished his schooling here he is
The train will be sidetracked and lot valued at $1,500 which is
possibly be an overproduction and
near the S. P. passenger depot.
now rented in the name of the col
it is the aim of the national and department has made use of (he naval base.
lege and. in addition, $1639.97 in
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
state officials to show the people Federal Reserve bunking system
cash to be added to the Pacific
how they can get the greatest to place with the people in gen side the Golden Gate and a short dis
University endowment: Totol of
possible returns on the acreage, eral the treasury notes recently is
The gift was made at the
liow they can get the* best markets,
barracks, where deserters and eourt-
Dr. H. B. Moore left today for suggestion of Mrs. C. J. Bushnell,
where they can get labor and any 000 .
Portland, to be away until Mon who for many years enjoyed the
other problem will be dealt with | To accomplish this each district niartialed service men are confined.
friendship of Mrs. Crandall.
day or Tuesday.
to the best ability of trained minds. | bank oderered the notes thru the
count of life in the army.
Mrs. Crandall was the wife of
Claude D a v i s , a n operative
On Saturday, May 12, meetings
Your loving son,
patient at the local hospital, is Calvin Crandall, a pioneer resi
are to be held in every community j try, asking an immediate response
dent of Linn county, wrho for
in the county, with experienced! with the edect that they were
men present to explain what is oversubscribed and some were ap
A week from tomorrow is P. U. many years was in charge of the
Mr. and Mrs.
needed and how to get it. Mr. i portioned less than their subscrip
May Day and a good program is Santiam canal.
Pitta and his assistant, T . D. I tion. It is noted that the banks
being arranged for the occasion. | Crandall were always interested
in enterprises for public welfare
Three dozen local men who are,
Case, will remain in this county in this city subscribed to the
The advertising for the firemen’s
epecially interested in Christ
for several weeks to assist the
for one reason or another, not carnival to be held June 26-30 has
farmers all they can. This is an each and the notes are available eligible as soldiers or sailors, met arrived and is being put out by ian education. They were of the
staunch, public spirited Christian
important matter to America and to individuals who may have the
stock, of which Oregon is justly
its allies and it behooves people j funds and desire to place the same at Verts hall Tuesday evening and
Mrs. Sam Ridgley went to Van proud.
T h e college a n d its
who can grow food of any kind to in this most popular and, at the organized "to promote patriotism,
Sunday to see her son, An friends appreciate the generosity
do so to the best of their ability, 1
People who have money to in life and property, compel respect drew Yost, and the other Forest i of Mrs. Crandall, and the loyal
vest could not find a safer place to the llag, to secure swift punish Grove boys in the Third Oregon. | good will of Mrs. Bushnell in this
Billy Schultz this morning paid acceptable gift.
A quiet wedding was solemn to put it than to let Uncle use it
McCracken $25 for a seven-
ized Saturday evening April 28th,
1917, at the home of the bride’s pleasantness into which he has ances, to aid in the production of months veal, which may recon
D. Ward has arranged
M i cuts, Mr. and Mrs. S M . I been drawn. In addition to get
a program for a musical enter
Chapman, when their daughter,, ting their money back, with in
The county spelling contest and tainment, card party and lunch
Iva, was united in marriage toj terest, investors in these notes who have gone to war and for the
1 May Day exercises held in Hills
Mr. Roy McCurdy, both of Cor-; would always feel that they have purpose of military drill.”
Senator VV. H. Hollis was elect boro Saturday were largely at- to be given at Verts hall tomor
nelius, Rev. Mr. Crozier officiat had a hand in seeing their country
ing. Miss Helen Crozier played prepared as it should be in the ed chairman, A. E. Scott vice ; tended and some very good row ( Friday» evening, for the ben
efit of the blind soldiers of Eng
the wedding march, Mr. Claudel gigantic struggle upon w’hioh it is chairman, H E. Ferrin secretary records in spelling were made.
land. The doctor informs the
McCurdy, brother of the groom entering. It is our understand and J. A. Thornburgh treasurer.
Encell Todd, who, since his en Express that he has secured some
was best man, and Miss G ladys1 ing that the bonds to take up
Chairman Hollis appointed H. listment in the navy has been
Chapmau, sister of the bride, was ( these notes, when issued, may be E. Inlow, C W. Cre I, J. P. Hur ¡pressed intp service as a clerk in of the best musical talent in the
bridesmaid. The bride is a pop secured in denominations of $25 ley and L. P. Rockwood a com the recruiting offices at Portland, city and assures all who attend a
fine entertainment a n d g o o d
ular young lady and was tele and up.
mittee to assist the officers in visited his parents in this city
lunch. Admission 25c.
phone operator at Cornelius for
Miss Jessie Reynolds, who is drawing up a constitution and Sunday.
Ladies, do you know that John
The general merchandise store
employed in a store at Sheridan, by-laws.
Mr. McCurdy was em ployed! was in the city the first few days
Next Tuesday evening, at 7 of Bell & Owen at Gaston was Anderson can sell you just as
by the Standard Oil Company. of the week, assisting her mother o ’clock, the members are to meet burglarized last night and a quan stylish waists, skirts and coats as
After the ceremony, a delicious in packing up, preparatory to go at Verts hall for an hour’s drill, tity of silk and cutlery carried off. you can get anywhere? Come
luncheon was served. Mr. and ing to North Plains for an ex under the direction of Sergeant I The safe was opened via the com and see them before you send for
Mrs. McCurdy expect to make tended visit with her son, Arthur,, Ray T . Williams
It is under bination, bui very little money something you can’t see until a f
ter you have paid for it.
Cornelius their home.
stood that this drill is to last but was in the safe.
at Early Date
“ Boys in Blue”
in Annual Meet
of Commercial Club
Train Is Coming
A Substantial Gift
for Pacific University
Forest Grove Banks
Handle War Bonds
Dads and Gran’dads