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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (July 5, 1917)
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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
Vol. 2, No. 26
FOREST GROVE, OREGON, TH U R S D A Y , J U L Y 5. 1917
$1.50 per Year
The famous Ellison-White Chau
'Phi* directors of the Commer
tauqua for Forest Grove begins in
the big tent on the College cam
cial club desire to ex prêt» to the |
pus next Saturday afternoon, July
citizens of Forest Grove and vicin-1
7th, and continues until Thursday
it,y their deep appreciation of the!
evening of next week. There are
spirit and fact of the hearty co
twelve double programs or twenty-
operation given by air in connec
four events, all covered by a sea
son ticket costing $2.50. Where
tion with the recent state encamp*
separate tickets are purchased for
ment of the Grand Army of the
leach program, the total of the
course reaches $6.15. Following
Organizations and individuals I
is the program for the six days:
alike stood ready to give of their
time, money, services and accom
Lyric Glee Club
modations, to the end that Forest
(¡rove might in no way fail in her;
Organizing Junior Chautauqua— “ Mak
hospitality to her honored guests.
ing Americans” .......... .........
So liberul was the response of
those who would open their homes
Lyric Glee Club
to entertain the visitors that, al
“ Eli and Dennis”
though more than a thousand peo- j
Dr. Andrew Johnson, Humorist.
WOOD B R IG G S .
L O R E N E W. W I L S O N .
W. L. M E L L I N G E R .
W. A. B O N E .
pie were thus cared for, entertain
OOI» H IU G G 8 o f Kentucky U Mexican affairs, |«st and present, stirring community nddress. •’The Ad-
ment could have been provided
Usual Services at A ll Churches
for the several hundred more
coming to ( 'tuiutnuijuu with glves a lecture in which his persogn i 'venture o f Being Human.''
experiences with Villa. Carranza and
W. A. Bone. Illinois’ tieloved poet-
members of the visiting organiza
tils usimi huliMIng abundance
Maclera strongly figure.
philosopher and humorist, will be Sacred Prelude
Fillion Concert Party
tions whom we hoped and expect-: o f southern dialect and drollery.
Mrs. I/Orvnc Wlswell Wilson o f Fed heard in the greatest of all his p'at- Inspirational Lecture— “ The House
ed to have with us We regret
W. L. Meliluger, noted authority ou erated Woman's Clubs la to deliver her jform addresses, "The House o f Man."
o f Man”
Wm. A. Bone
that it was impossible for every
home listen to share in the pleas
E. W . C. S. Vesper Services______
ure of this entertainment
Fourth of July Accidents
Wife and Mother Called
/ Queen Una the First
may justly feel, however, th a t1 Wilbur Underhill, nine-year-old
After an illness of two years
Miss Una Emerson was elected
they have contributed to the suc
son of Harry Underhill, living with Hright’s disease of the kid queen of the firemen’s carnival Sacred Concert Fillion Concert Party
cess of the occasion and know
Lecture - Oration— “ The Price of
Gov. Geo. A. Carlson
that through such a spirit of citi northwest of town, celebrated the neys, Mrs. Ora M Nance pa-sed held in this city last week and
zenship is the reputation of our Fourth raking hay for his father, j away at 10 o ’clock last Sunday was crowned Thursday evening,
city made and borne abroad.
City Recorder Dyke performing
riumped Wilbur where the teeth ond a vena«* south.
We believe that all thos' in
the ceremony for the mayor in Juniors— “ Making Americans”
of the rake picked him up and
Deceased was the daughter of
terested in the Commercial Club
-------- English and Irish Stones
rolled him along the ground for Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Gardner the presence of hundreds o f citi I
of Forest Grove, and especially
200 yards the celebration became and a sister to Fred and Gus zens.
I he queen was escorted p relude
Military Girls’ Orchestra
those who have contributed to its monotonous. One t o o t h went
the carnival by an escort Lecture “ Through Five Republics
funds, should be apprised of the through the calf of the boy’s leg Gardner and Mrs. Bertha Howard through
/ v n I T . n V . 1, * r
I L .4
Dr. G. X Whitefield
manner in which their money has ¡and his head and face were badly of this city and was born in Lynn of armed Boy Scouts and carried
b» en expended under the manage bruised; otherwise he is all right. county, this state, on February a large key; emblematic of
of South Am erica”
13th, 1881 She was married to
. . . . . . .
ment of the board, and we here
While Chas. Huhman was learn
with append a statement of the ing to drive his new auto, he ran T . A Nance at Sheridan on ownership of the city during the
March 19th, 1905
h5*d lived week.
receipts and expenditures which
Concert Enturtaimnent.... Military Girls
tr»o far up a hillside and the car all her life in the Willamette val-
Ross R e d e r, vice president of
A full evening o f mirth, m elody
pertain to the Encampment.
tipped over, penning M r. and ley, with the exception of about the fire department, made a short
The Treasurer has received the Mrs Huhman, their seven-year-
six months spent at Caldwell, „ j . „„ .
Tuesday — “ Music Day”
old son and Joe Wiles under the Idaho. The family had resided in addre8S at the ^ n a t i o n , giving
$ 100.00 car
From memberships sold
M O R N IN G
The fact that the top wa< this city a few months.
1 3001(1 statistics as to the benefit of
100.00 up saved the occupants from be
Juniors- “ Making Americans” ......
From the City Council
Mrs. Nance is survived by her a ^re department like that pos-
829.00 ing crushed, but, as it was. Har
From Subscription pledges
husband and four bo>s, aged from sessed by Forest Grove
old, the Huhman boy, was slightly
four to eleven years, and her p a st t w o y e a rs the a v e r a g e loss C ° ncert
Royal Venetian Band
injured, but no bones were broken.
.,„ .7 .
Community Lecture — “ The Adventure
death leaves a place impossible to per a la
The following bills have been The car went back home on its
fill in this family circle. She had up to tw o y e a rs a g o the a v e r a g e
allowed and ordered pair!:
many friends in this part of tne loss w a s a little m o re than $400.00.
48.06 1 Mrs. Oscar Raines and two state who will sincerely mourn her
FlHg and express
is pretty conclusive evidence _
Music for chnrus
Jos. LoZito and Royal
death, as she was a kind and af that Forest
.50 wheeled horsecart up Scoggin’s fectionate wife and mother and a
Postage of Treasurer
Much of the Popular Selections
i 4 H. 7 ti valley, when the horse ran away
Mary Adel Hays
G. A. K. Badges
loyal friend and good neighbor.
Coloratura Soprano, accompanied
Fix press on same
Funeral services were held at the department o u t o f funds
by LoZito and nis entire band.
I 6.50 three occupants out of the rig.
12.60 Mrs. Raines’ f e e t became en-
Flag |s>le ... .
3.00 tangled in the lines and she was
Digging hole for same
Three Firemen Resign
Juniors— “ Making Americans”
40 .00 dragged 200 yards, completely dis- Dunlap officiating, and interment
The members of the Forest
50.00 robed and badly skinned and
F'nrest (¡rove band, two days
The Wasser Company
Mrs flara Saee Dead
Grove Fire department held a Prelude
K. ft. fare, Fife and Drum Corps 17.75 bruised, but no bones were broken
“ Misunderstood Mexico”
Board arid lodging F. & D. Corps 35.25 and she is not considered danger-
Mre. Georg^™. Sag!%aged 60, I * « « —
* T u «d a y « « I n , ;
W . L. Mellinger
2.00 ously injured. Neither
Forest Grove Kxpress, printing
A street . last ... Tuesday nection with the carnival of last j
E V E N IN G
H. It. Bernard, supplies
The W asser Company
i.oo grade at Dug Hill west of town, evening, a*ter a long illness and
. . . .
Motion Pictures - - Mawson's Antarctic
paid, there was a balance o f j
Expedition, with Sir Douglas M aw-
machines were injured.
* *ie family residence at 2:30 this $146.00 from the carnival and
son s own lecture. W . L. Meliin-
L. M. Graham, express, tele
ger, lecturer in charge.
C. Wilder broke a reer wheel on afternoon, Rev. R. E. Dunlap ot- $29 25 from the department’s
phone, (tostage, etc
Interment was in For- share of the dances given in the
3.75 j his car at Hillside and when C. Relating.
Wm. Weitzel, weather vane
Odd Fellows’ building.
Woman’s Club, prizes baby pa
Juniors “ Making Americans” ___
22.75 crippied car. he broke a front band is buried,
The voting contest to select a
wheel on his car.
Clara E. Knight was bornat queen just about paid its own ex
Hoffman & Co., canvas
"Stories of the South”
.16 Miss Diura White of Chehalem Troy, N. Y., on Dec. 14. 1851, penses, with probably a dollar Pagaent
V. I. Fuqua, supplies
“ Making Americans”
.70 i Valley w a s accidentally s h o t ana was married to George B. profit.
C. A. I.ittler, supplies
Junior Chautauauans and
5.40 through the leg bv her sister, who Sage at Fillmore, M inn., on Aug
“ Miss Columbia’ ’
. 1 5 ' was practicing with a target rifle, 15, 1875. The family came to For-
(■onion & (¡onion, supplies
the accident occurring twelve est Grove from South Dakota in °,ut ° f the carnival the owners of
E V E N IN G
nassed the show claim to have left $1,000
„ , , .
1910 and the husband
$462.95 miles south of Hillsboro.
husband passed here that they mad'e in Marshfield. Clcmg.Entertainment- An Evening
away shortly after that date.
Bal. in hands of Treasurer
George, the six-year-old son of
Their total receipts in this city
in Song and Story — Alpine Echo
Deceased is survived by six
If mistakes were made we hope Mr. and Mrs. John Sandstrom of
Songs Hunting Songs— Model
were $1,550.30 and the depart
it will be attributed to inexper the Spring Hill section, passed children— Mrs F. E. Smith of ment got $378.50 of this amount
Graus’ Alpine Yodlers
ience, rather than intention. We away at the Forest (¡rove hospi Summit, this state, Guy D. Sage Transportation to the next stand
sincerely trust that the efforts of tal Sunday, following an operation of Hartline, Wash , Mrs. L. E. is said to have cost the company ■ Junior Chautauqua 10 a. m.; admis-
the Commercial Club and citizens for appendicitis. Funeral services Howard of Barnard, S. D.. Misses $1380. When the wages of 100 rion 15c.
combined were really successful in were held Tuesday at the Buxton Clara and Alma and Mr. Jesse men and women and other ex-
Afternoon concerts 2:30.
giving some pleasure to our guests ¡chapel. Rev. Sandstedt of Port Sage of this city; also four broth penses for a week were considered,
Afternoon lectures 3:00.
Evening concerts 7:30.
and their friends, and that, we may and officiating, the interment be- ers, ’ Frank Knight of this city, it is probable that the loss was
Evening lectures 8:15.
again be honored by their pres ing in Forest View.
not short of $1,000.
Minn., Fred Knight of Edgemont,
Three members of the fire d e -1 The Forbis a n d Carmichael
Yesterday was a quiet day in Ark., and Edwin Knight of Okla- (
families and Miss Manche Lang-
We sincerely thank all who
le^ of this city 3Pent the daylight
helped and we feel deeply grate
During her residence in this city ¡n their uniforms and announoeH hours of the Fourth at the Wall
ful for your hearty response to the i hrat.on. Many people went to
through with the Ho. cabin, near Roderick falls and in
call for service.
May this ex Hillsboro, where there was a good Mrs. Sage had endeared herself to ..
were the evening those mentioned and
pression of our appreciation in program, including an aeroplane a large number of our citizens by | tment Their resignations
tended for all be likewise received (light, baseball, speeches, music, her kindly disposition and neigh-
Misses Mildred Thomas and Edith
by each who lent of their energy, etc. Quite a number of local peo- borly spirit and there were many
time and money to the success of pie went to Balm Grove, to spend sincere mourners at her funeral
Miss Mildred Thomas, enroute' Stalley went to the Forbis farm,
the day picnicking.
outside the family circle
j to her home in I xh Angeles from where they were not hindered b
the G . A. R. Encampment.
FO R EST G R O V E C O M M E R C IA L
All the children were at the a term in an eastern college, is ordinances against a patriotic ce
Mrs. Sadie Atkins of Portland
is visiting relatives in the city.
the guest of the Burlinghams.