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.‘56th Annual Encampment, Dept, of Oregon, G. A. R., W. R. C. and LofG. A. R., Forest Grove, June 26, 27 an d 28
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. 20
FOREST GROVE. OREGON, T H U R S D A Y , M A Y 24. 1917
$1.50 per Year
The Civic Societies, the congre
A Fortunate Escape
SCOUT N EW S
gations of all churches and the
Chenter Buell had a narrow es
general public are cordially in cape from death between 8 and 9
“ If you want anything done,
_____ C H A P L A IN .
o’clock Tuesday morning, when
Scouts of Troop 2 have a
his team ran away and carried him
Attention, Odd Fellows
While the program for Memorial
The Forest Grove Red Cross
several hundred yards on the
Ray Williams left for the Presidio, auxiliary has been asked to make
Day (next Wednesday) has not
All members of Washington ntckyoke.
been completed, the committees lodge No. 48. I. O. 0. F , are re
He had backed in at the west Prof. Paul M. Gilmer has been in up the following articles, known
as Box 8. Everyone in town or
from the t i A. R. and W. R C. quested to meet at the hall at 9 end of the S. P. depot to load charge.
having the arrangements in charge o ’clock a. m next Wednesday, some express and was standing at
The Scouts have been drilling vicinity will be able to help along
have itiHued the following outline May 80, to participate in the the head of his horse* to quiet in preparation for the Memorial this line by saving and sending or
of jirogrum and invitation to par Memorial day parade
Visiting them, when they took fright at an day exercises and their work looks bringing in anything that can be
approaching t r a i n and bolted, good. Manley has been in charge used in making the following:
Odd Fellows are also invited.
Headquarters James H. Math
carrying Chester on an exciting of the drills and has produced a Shoulder Wraps ("two dozen)
* J. F . M c G IL L ,
ews Post, G. A. R., Forest
Chairman of Committee. journey. After leaving the depot, : likely-looking bunch of boys.
Two yards long, one yard, or less,
Bad weather has interfered with
the team ran to the corner of
wide,bath-robe cloth or outing flan
Postoffice Will Be Moved
We do re-pectfully solicit the
First avenue and Main street and outside wo k, but a number of in
City of Forest Grove, also all
Present indications are that started south on Main, winding teresting hikes are planned for Bed Socks (two dozen)
lodges, Hoy Scouts, Girls’ Honor after Aug. 1st, next, the Forest up against a telephone pole west Troop 2. the first to come off Sat
Any color, knit or crocheted of
Guard, schoolchildren and Forest Grove postoffice will be located in of the Burlingham warehouse. urday, provided the weather is fit.
r arn or made o f warm material
eft from other garments.
Grove band to co-operate in the the Wirtz building, just south of When the neckyoke struck the It will probably be about eight
Decoration Day program, Wed the Giltner grocery
Handkerchiefs f20 dozen)
Saturday’s pole, Chester grazed the pole and
nesday, May 30
Portland Journal carried a Wash- continued his journey fifteen feet, will get a chance to try outdoor
18 inches square; linen or cotton,
And we would ask those having ¡ngton dispatch which stated that where he struck the giound with cooking. Probably two meals will
automobiles to contribute their (he inspector had recommended sufficient force to render him un be taken on the hike.
Substitutes for H 'dk’fs (20 dozen)
A hike to Tillamook, over the
machines to c o n v e y the old j that the offer of J. J and R. P conscious, in which condition he
18 in. square; old linen or muslin,
hemmed or unhemmed.
soldier* and the W. K. C. to the Wirtz to furnish rent, light, fuel remained for fifteen minutes. He Wilson River road, is planned for
_ and water for a period often was hurried to the local hospital, the older Scouts, probably early Table Napkins (20 dozen)
'I he Boy Scouts and the Girls !y,.ars at an annual rental of $360 where physicians found he had in June. The hike will take about
14 in. square; old table linen, hem-
Honor Guard will lead the parade, j be accepted. The room is 27x100 sustained painful bruises on the eight days and will try the ability
facing west, and forming at the and will, with a few alterations, head, arms, abdomen and legs and of the boys to camp out
Tray Covers (8 dozen)
corner of A street and Pacific ave make ideal quarters for a post- a puncture in his right upper arm.
15x22 in., hemmed; old table linen
Mapping of the Gales Peak
may be used.
nue, not later than 9:45 a. m. office.
| No fractures were found and, al- trails is t be part of the summer j
Following these organizations will
Articles made from linen or mus
i though the young man remained work of the Scouts. Signalling by
Knights Ate Chicken
be the school children, Forest'
in a dazed condition for several semaphore and wigwag will also lin may be used in an emergency
Grove band and lodges. .
'I hirty local Knights of Pythias hours, he is now r* covering nicely. ¡be taken up, as will woods work, for surgical dressing and should,
The march will be continued to | Monday night paid a fraternal
therefore, be boiled and laundered.
When the neckyoke struck the outdoor life, etc.
the monument to the unknown \ visit to their brethern at Hills- telephone pole the harness gave
A third troop for Forest Grove
A place and date will be ar-
dead in the cemetery and there! boro and. after witnessing work in way and the vehicle ran against is in contemplation. It is hoped ranged for next week to meet and
wait until the old soldiers arrive J the third rank, enjoyed a scrump-, the pole with considerable force, to recruit up to at least 125 Scouts sew on the above. All who wish
at the monument.
tious chicken supper,' with all the Had the young man struck the for the city before Aug 1st.
to help in this work, please leave
After the services the organiza trimming* thereto belonging or in telephone pole squarely, he would
Troop 2 received a number of material with Mrs. Sanford, at
tions will disband and the graves | any wise appertaining
Freeman certainly h a v e b e e n killed. new uniform parts Saturday and Rogers public library.
will be decorated
Armstrong, a returned Canadian
a number of the boys were outfit
M R S A. B. T O D D ,
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
In the evening at 2 o clock or-j so|dier, gave the boys a lot of in-
ganizations will re-assemble and gjjg information on trench life in
A daughter was born today to
About ten boys have taken or
march to Marsh Hall where a pro- (h,, European war and a number Mrs. Oscar Peterson.
are about to take tenderfoot ex
gram of music and an address by „ [ other speakers made short ud-
The Red Cross meeting planned aminations. Watch for the names
Funeral services for Herbert G.
Rev. E. A. Smith, of Hillsboro, I dresses.
for next Monday evening has been of the successful candidates next
who passed away at his
Business houses are asked to be
H ijh School ( oftimenrement
home on South Fourth street last
On page two of this issue will
A second class council is in pro
closed from 10 a m. to 3 p m.
i Next Sunday, at 8 p m. at the be found particulars for register cess of organization for Forest Friday night, aged 29 years, were
The school children are es- M. E. church Rev. R E. Dunlap ing on June 5th for military ser Grove. It will be the only Scout held at the Buxton chapel at 1
o’clock Sunday afternoon, Rev.
pecially invited to gather flowers will preach the baccalaureate ser- vice.
organization of higher class than
and make wreaths to carry to the mon to the high school graduat
Josh Sessman has accepted a troop in the county. A second- Arnold of Tacoma officiating. The
cemetery for at least 70 graves ing class. This will be a union position in Portland and yester- ! class council means that all For remains were interredin the Hill
and the grave for the unknown service, to which the public is fa- day moved to that city, where he est Grove Scouiswill be under the side cemetery, beside those of the
father of deceased.
has purchased a horn
administration of one head, thus
Herbert Hazlett was born at
The graduating exercises will
The Rev. Father Rubis of St. co-ordinating the work and doing
J. T . B U T L E R ,
' be held at the Christian church M ary’s Home near Beaverton, was away with any friction between Woodbride, North Dakota, and
Post Commander. on Friday evening, June 1st, with a caller at St Anthony’s Rectory the various troops. Watch the came with his family to Oregon in
W. H. H A Y ,
Judge William Colvig of Portland on the 15th, and Rev. Father Scouts under the new organiza 1901, settling at Hillside, where
he followed farming until last
Post Adjutant, delivering the commencement ad- Frowin, O. S. B spent the day on tion.
January, when failing health in-
P A T C R O N IN ,
dress. Program and list of grad- the 9th.
A movement is on foot to organ-
duced him to give up farm work
Patriotic Instructor. uates will he published n e x t
Avery Raffety, who has worked
at the Hoffman store for several hill counties into a first-class coun and move to this city. He was
years, has accepted a position in a cil. This will mean the appoint united in marriage in 1914 to
The program at Marsh Hall, at
Portland store and Dan Pierce ment of a Scout Executive, whose Miss Bertha Baker, daughter of
2 p. m., will be as follows;
On Monday and Tuesday even- moved his household goods to the whole time will be taken up in Mr. and Mrs. Noah Baker of
“ America” by the audience.
i ings of next week, there will be big I own Monday,
Scout work. The carrying thru of
He is survived by his widow
special war reels and musical pro-
Remember that Senator Conrad the first-class council will mean a
Address of Welcome.
grams at the Star theater for the P. Olson and other speakers will livelier interest in scouting thru- and baby; his mother, Mrs. J. A.
Central benefit of the Army Y. M .C . A. address the good roads meeting at out the county. What a good live Hazlett; four sisters, Mrs B. B.
Song, by Mis» P ec h i n
u funds. There will be the special Verts hall next Saturday evening, Scout Executive will mean to the Goff and Mrs. E. G Goff and
Mi»» I Hth-
“ ^ ur Fighting Forces,” and May 26th. Get posted before you various Scoutmasters only some Misses Alice and Blanche Hazlett,
Song and Recitation, by
all of Hillside; t w o brothers.
ISH 'M 1 1 other films, and vocal music by a ; vote on the bond question.
one who has undertaken the work
rnp’a Lincoln School pupil».
B. J. Simpson has received from of a Scoutmaster can appreciate. S “ * " ° f f j illside and HarV ot
Add re»» by Rev. E. A,
1 1 ° well as instrumental music. Tick- the O. A. C. blanks for the pur Pull for the first-class council.
. . . . ets may be secured of the Honor pose of enlisting boys over 16
The Scoutmasters will appreci
Road Builders Are Busy
“ The Star-Spangled
by C; u a r d ^ irKs; IOc anfl 2 0c.
years who are willing to enlist for ate it if any complaints concern
quartet and audience.
The contractors who will build
George Hancock saw another farm work. This work is in charge ing the Scouts will be sent to them. the bridges and roadbed of the
The formation of the p&rade is milestone in his journey through of the Food Preparedness League, The boys mean to do the square Gales Creek & Wilson River i ail-
life on Friday last and that even-
which 1 rof. Inlow is chairman, thing and correction of faults will road from Wilkesboro to Glen-
Having leased his farm, owing be undertaken, provided we know wood have been very busy during
Mayor and City Council,
ill health, A . T Buxton is go- I about them.
the past five days moving their
George in celebrating the event. >ng to sell off all his fine dairy
If you have work for a boy, equipment from this city to the
Honor Guard Girl»,
Mrs. Hancock was cognizant o f ; cows, Berkshire swine, horses and let the Scoutmaster know; we will camps which have been established
High School Pupil»,
was in the wind and had farm imp ements. Sale on W ed- try to get a suitable boy for you . at the Ernest Olson and Everett
hu-band at home for Ihe nesday, June^ 6th. beginning at
and M . H. Parkin farms. The
Manual Arts Exhibits
evening and had made paepara- 10:30 a .m . Some fine stock po
! equipment consists of two Ioco-
Forest Grove Band,
tions to do her part toward the , *nK at ibis sale,
An exhibit of the work of the motives for hauling trains of dump
Forest Grove Rifle Club,
With what she had
Rev. Father Leo Walsh, O. S. pupils of the public schools in | cars, a pile driver, graders, wheel
Mason», Odd Fellows,
prepared ,and what the guests B., a newly-ordained priest, will Manual T r a i n i n g . Domestic and slip scrapers, etc. The heavy
Knights of Pythias,
brought, a very tasty lunch was he the guest of Father Buck and Science and Domestic Art, and locomotives were placed on wide-
Other Lodge» and Societies,
j prepared and eaten after several wiil sing a solemn High Mass in Art, will be held on Friday of this ; tire trucks and easily hauled to
W . R. C. and G. A. R. in Auto«.
All persons interested in the I hours at cards Those in the St. Anthony’s Chapelj>n Sunday, week at the High School and Lin th camps by a caterpillar tractor.
decoration of graves, please bring i PartY were Mr. and Mrs. C. C. June 3rd, at 10:30. The Priest’s coln school buildings. The work Other equipment was unloaded at
Hancock of Cornelius. M r. and First Blessing will be given after of the high school students will be the Wilkesboro end of the job and
Prof. Inlow will have charge of Mrs.
*^r8, J . C. Buchanan, Dr. and the Ma!-s. which every one may ¡exhibited in the High School work will be rushed from both
Pollock, Mr. and Mrs W. receive that wishes. The public building and that of all the grade ends. .
the parade and the teachers will
C. Benfer and
Misses Frances is invited.
children will he shown at th e1 ......
have charge of their pupils.
Lincoln school. The public is
William Riggins, who is serving
and Minnie Myers.
Senator Lane Dead
cordially invited to view the pro- ® teijm m the penitentiary for
from San Francisco ducts o f t h e s e departments, 'burglary, c o n f e s s e s he killed
Father Buck is riding in a new
will he held in the M e ’ hodist Chevrolet roadster— w h e n the states that United States Senator Hours from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
William Booth, near Willamina,
church in Forest Grove, Oregon, weather permits. Through the Lane of Oregon died at a hospital
in 1915. Mrs. Booth and William
on May 27th, 1917, at 3 o’clock courtesy of a friend he wasen-|in that city last night as the
Miss Laura Bell, teacher of the Branson were convicted of the
T h e G. A. R., t h e abled to make a splendid trade result of a nervous breakdown sixth grade in the Central build killing of Booth and are now serv
Womans’ Relief Corps, the Boy for his 1915 Ford. It will be safe Senator Lane was 62 years of age ing. has accepted a positian in the ing t h e i r sentences. Yamhill
Scouts, the Girls’ Honor Guard now to tell Ford stories in his and is survived by a widow and Salem schools and will not return county officials think Riggins is
and the Campfire Girls will attend. presence.
two married daughters.
. next year.
either insane or a liar.
Red Cross Ladies
Ready for Work
Herbert Hazlett Buried