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AN IN D E PEN D E N T W EEKLY NEWSPAPER
KOKEST GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY, DEC. 27. 1917
High School Play
Dec 18th of heart disease, aged
75 years. Deceased has resided in
Washington county for 46 years
and was a most estimable woman.
She leaves a hufetnd, a well as
James McClaren Called
The H i g h School Dramatic
several children By a former mar
Another of the pioneers of the riage. Funeral services were held club’s play, “ Mrs. Wiggs of the
Washington, Dec. 26,— Govern
husband and baby of Fields, O re.,!
ment possession and operation of are visiting th»*ir parents, also Gales Creek district passed away J in the German Lutheran church Cabbage Patch,” produced at the
Star Theater last Friday evening,
the Nation’s railroads for the war Mrs. I/>ng of California, a niece at 2 o ’clock last Friday morning, at Cornelius Saturday and the re proved a pleasant surprise to an
period was proclaimed by Presi of Mrs. Luce, is visiting here.
audience that taxed the capacity
Claren, aged 82, the cause of dis ing cemetery.
dent Wilson tonight, to Ixs-ome
of the house
solution being a general break
Councilman McCready Resigns
effective at noon next Friday,
There was plenty of fun, some
December 28. William G. Me-
W'. J. McCready has handed to ing down of the system, due to the Spring Hill district, passed pathos and lots of really good act
Adoo, retaining his place in the Mayor Paterson his resignation as
Deceased came to Washingfon away at the local hospital Wed ing. Beth Emerson, as the good-
Cabinet as Secretary of the Treas
county from Iowa in 1863 and has nesday of last week of peritonitis, hearted Widow Wiggs, proved the
ury. is placed in charge as Direct
to take effect Jan. 1st. This step resided in this county ever since. leaving a husband, but no child star among the girls of the cast,
or-General of Railroads.
with Fay Templeton and Mar
Every railroad engaged in gen is taken, Mr. McCready explain*, | His wife passed away eight ren. The body was shipped to garet Martin backing her up
eral trans|M)rtation, with its ap because his brother-in-law, Joseph
nobly, while Fred Patton, Wilbur
purtenances, including steamship Copeland, treasurer of the Cope-1 one son, John McClaren, ex burial.
Lamb and M. C. Merrill divided
lines, is taken over, and all sys land Lumber company, has e n -, county commissioner, of Balm! Charles Knox of Corvallis, a the honors in the male pa ts.
terns will be ojH*rat< d as under the listed and M r. McCready has
brother of Frank Knox, who died
Between the acts Miss Aileen
been appointed treasurer. With Jane Hiatt of Raymond, Wash ,, in Montana two years ago last Hoffman played a flute solo, Miss
In a statement accompanying the management of the local lum Mrs. M a r y Peterson of The i April and was buried in this city, Collier sang two songs and Miss
his proclamation, the President her yard of Copeland & Mc Dalles and Mrs. Margaret Her of passed away at Portland Saturday Arlington Marsh and Oscar Hum-
announced that as soon as Con Cready and an office with the Lexington, this state; also a proth- as the result of a paralytic stroke. berg played a violin duet, all the
gress re-assembled he w o u l d | Portland company Mr. McCready er, Arias, and a sister. Mrs. Eliza
numbers being worthy of the vig
recommend legislation guarantee I feels he cannot do justice t o ' he Perry, both of Portland.
applause they received.
Funeral services were held at
ing pre-war earnings ami mainte i city’s business, hence his resigna
nance of railroad properties in I tion.
Dance with the firemen next
the remains were interred in the
Government backing will be
H.Lidyard, the shoe doctor, is!
given to new issues of railroad se
James A. Watrous
sick with kidney trouble.
curities that a ready market may
After an illness of more than a
Miss Mildred Carlyle is hom e; The Methodist church w a s
The President’s move, although
from Corvallis for the holiday v a -! comfortably f i l l e d Christmas
At 8 o ’clock tomorrow evening,
night w i t h me n , women and
forecast for weeks, came at this .at the auditorium of the Metho passed away at the home of his cation.
children who had gathered to take
son, Fred, in thi* city at 2 o ’clock ;
time as a great surprise to nearly
Harry Goff is back at the store part in the “ community sing”
everybody in Washington, includ dist church, there will lie a pub last Friday morning of cancer of
today, after a short, but severe, staged by the members of the
ing railroad officials. It had been
Forest Grove Brotherhood. Presi
Deceased was born at Gaines, j illnes.* with stomach trouble.
generally believed he would wait E. Dunlap and family, who will
Miss Edna Mills was down from dent H. E. Inlow called the
the reassembling of Congress be leave in a few days for their future j Pa., on March 13th, 1854, and
when nineteen years of age was McMinnville to eat Christmas meeting to order Rev. J. M. Bar
fore taking any step
He acted home in New York city.
ber offered a prayer and Thos. E.
Bishop Hughes of Portland has united in marriage w i t h Miss dinner with the home folks.
through Secretary of War Baker
Isaacs took charge of the singing.
under authority conferred in the
Remember the firemen’s annual
not yet replied to the invitation. family cam • to Forest Grove and, dance n e x t Monday evening. After singing a dozen patriotic
Army appropriation act.
songs and gospel hymns, Mr. In
There will be talks by Rev. Pat after a period of nine years, moved Good music and a good time.
low asked B. J. Simpson, Red
ten, Judge W. H. Hollis and B. to New York City, where the wife
Just received, the latest in silks, Cross membership campaign man
J. Simpson, a response by Rev. and mother passed away in 1900
Dunlap, readings by Miss Esther Two years later Mr. Watrous and “ Satin Patria, ’ also new Crepe ager f o r Western Washington
¡Chalmers and Mrs. John Dopp two sons cam** back to Forest de Chine. A. G. Hoffman & Co. county, -to make a report of the
Lieut. Ray T. Williams of Camp progress of the campaign. Mr.
Although t h e district court and vocal solos by Mrs. H. E. In- Grove and ha\e resided in this
low and Thos. E. Isaacs, followed vicinity ever since. He is sur L^wis visited his wife and parents Simpson said that up to the pre
ro >m in the Washington county
vived by two sons. Fred and in this city from Sunday to Tues vious evening. Forest Grove had
by a social hour
court house was filled to overflow
enlisted 50 per cent of the popu
This afternoon, at the A G. Frank, both of this city Jame* day evening.
ing last Saturday afternoon by Hoffman home, there was a called A. Watrous was a faithful hus-;
lation and lead all Willamette
Clyde Giltner was home from valley towns of equal size. The
taxpayers who had gathered to 'meeting of the M. E Aid society
Camp Lewis Saturday for a visit eastern half of the county was
consider the budget of expense to present Rev. and M 's. Dunlap citizen and much genuine sorrow |
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. not doing quite as well and the
prepared by the county court, just , with slight tokens of the esteem in is felt in the community over his
weather had interfered with the
three minutes were required to | which they are held by the mem death.
to such an extent that the
adopt the budget as published in bers.
the Buxton chapel at 1 o ’clock children spent Christmas with time for closing had been indefi-
the official county papers. This
There was a happy reunion at; Saturday. Rev Putnam officiat their daughter and sister, Mrs. nately postponed. In Oregon,
budget, calls for an ex|>enditure of
W. L. Cady home Christmas, ing, after which the remains were Turner, at G adstone.
Washington and Idaho the drive
$429 705.67, including $35,000 for
continue until the full
road improvements. Of this sum
M. T. Sherrett, who is buying
$5,000 is designated for the road 1 home for another good meal un i
livestock in Douglas county, spent
Susan Pullen Lee
between Forest Grove and Gales 1 der the home roof tree. Mrs C . !
Mr Inlow then declared the
Christmas with Mrs. Sherrett at
Creek. $6,000 between this city H. Swaney, accompanied by h er1 Tuesday was a sad Christmas the Hotel Laughlin.
meeting adjourned, asking all
and Banks, $3,000 in District 8, husband and iwo children arrived in the John Lee home, on South . Mr. and Mrs. H. R Bernard members of the Brotherhood to
$3,000 in District 22, $6,000 on from Washington and on Sunday Seventh street, for the wife and spent Christmas with their son- remain for the monthly business
the Hillsboro-North Plains road I Mrs. J H. Hartley came from mother was called by the Angel of in-law7 and daughter, Mr. and meeting, which consisted of a
and $6.000 on the Hillsboro Cedar Eldridge. Calif., and Mrs. Grace Death at 9 in the morning, leav Mrs. Norris Rogers, at M cM in n -1 resume of what had been done at
J Wendt came from Cottage Grove. ing a p ill of gloom over th e'
the last meeting and instructions
With Mrs B. F. Whited of this household
to the program committee to get
After the budget meeting had
city, another daughter, her family
Susan Pulien w a s b o r n at I Vern Smith of Camp Lewis and ; up a debate for the next meeting
been declared by Chairman L M.
and their two sons, Mr. and Mrs. Kiethsburg. Ill , Oct. 30, 1843, Miss Leone Smith of Corvallis1 to be held January 29th. The
Graham to be adjourned, after a
had quite a “ sizeable” fam and crossed the plains with her vi*ited their parents, Mr. and committee will meet with Chair
decisive vote, M McDonald of
ily for Christmas dinner.
parents when seven years of age. Mrs. I M. Smith on Fern Hill man Clark at his residence at
Orenco, president of the Wash
7:30 next Monday night to com
In 1 8 ^ , at Vancouver. Wash., i this week.
ington County Good Roads as
sociation, called a meeting of that
Mrs. S. G Morgan suffered a plete the plans.
Miss Isa Aydelott, daughter of John Lee and came to this city dislocated right shoulder and in -;
organization, stated that member
Methodist Church Services
ship was free and all present were Mr. and Mrs. George Aydelott of with her husband and children 24 juries to her left arm when she ,
regular chureh services will be
invited to join. Secretry H V. | the Thatcher district, was united years ago. She was a dutiful wife, fell down a flight of stairs at h er'
Sunday beginning with the
Meade then read a resolution that in marriage at Hillsboro last Sat-
home last evening.
at 9:45. The pastor
pledged the county court to op
The Methodist choir gave a will preach both morning and evening
pose the state road commission’s | Davis of Portland, Judge Reasoner family and neighbors.
musical program at the church |
selection of the Beaverton route officiating. Following the wed
Deceased is survived by htr Sunday evening and Monday af and this will be his last Sunday here as
for the state highway through the d in g there was a dinner at the aged husband and five daughters ternoon there was a nice Christ-| pastor. Junior League at 3 p. m. and
county. A majority of those Washington hotel and at 6 o ’clock — Mis. Emma Lopez, Mrs Laura; mas entertainment by the primary 1 Intermediate amd Senior Leagues at
present were bitterly opposed to in the evening there was a dinner Jones of Kalama, Wash., Mrs. I department of the Sunday school. 6;30, classmeeting at 7.
The Ladies’ Aid society will meet
disturbing the deci-ion of the in their honor at the home of the Tillie Henderson, o f Cottage!
afternoon in the Red Cross
commis-ion that they were not groom’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Grove, Mrs. Ida May Carr of T a -1
more than h a l f courteous to
coma, Wash., and Miss Lottie;
tween Goat Island and ’Frisco,1 The collection for the Armenian Re
M r. DcDonald and his allies j where the groom has a position Lee of this city.
lief fund taken at the Methodist Sun
However, Dr. Erwin of Hillsboro ' with the North Bank railroad.
Funeral services were held at arrived yesterday for a visit with day School l a s t S u n d a y morning
finally secured order and scolded
the Buxton chapel at 2 o ’clock his parents, Rev. and Mrs. R. E. j amounted to nearly $34, and to this
the noisy ones into some sem
this afternoon and the remains Dunlap, and will remain until, was added the offering at the evening
blance of order and M r. M cD on
The regular meeting of the For were interred in Forest View cem next Thursday. He has been in service, about $9, the total being $43.
ald got a hearing, but without est Grove Woman’s club will be etery, Rev. A B. Patten officiat - 1 his present position about seven
avail, for many taxpayers feared if held at the Congregational church ing.
a scrap was started over the on Monday, Dec. 31, at 3 p. m.
Mr. Patten will preach at 11 a. m.
Mrs. Walter Sargent of Gales
Samuel Clark, aged 87, passed Creek, on Christmas m orning,! on “ The Conquest o f the Air; or the
route, the highway commission Miss Frances Myers will speak
at the home of his daugh sent an auto for her parents, Mr. | Aerial Superman and the Coming In
would not do any work in this on “ What the Public School Is
Zach LaSalle, in the and Mrs. J. T. Fletcher, and they ternational W orld.”
county the coming year.
Doing for the Defective Child.”
Hillside district, last Sunday, a f-1 spent the day at the Sargent home.
The public is cordially invited.
His evening theme will be “ The
ter a protracted illness. Services Those present besides Mr. and Choice Young Man and Woman; Their
H. B. Luce of Eddyville. Ore.,
Abbie J. Whitehouse, Sec’y.
were held at the LaSalle home Mrs. Fletcher and Mr. and Mrs Pastimes and Pleasures.”
arrived in this city the first of the
week and will spend some time
Don’t forget we carry th e! yesterday. Rev. Barber officiat Sargent and family were John
A. B. PATTEN, Pastor.
here. Mrs. Luce came to their i Warner C o r s e t f o r particular | ing. and the remains were interred Williams, Thos. Williams, wife
A rumor has reached this city
former home on south A street 'women. A. G. Hoffman & Co. in the Hillside cemetery.
and son, and Miss Clark of near
to the effect that A. BenKori, a
some weeks ago because of ill
A daughter was born at the
Mrs. W. R. Tucker, step-mother i
health. T w o daughters, Mrs.
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| former instructor at Pacific Uni
Public sale bills printed at the versity, has been arrested as a
William Tony of I^ke City, Calif.,
to W. C. Tucker of this city, passed
spy against the United States.
Mrs. Peter Egoscue, with her
UNCLE SAM WILL
for Dunlap Family
No Changes Made
in County Budget