[ f a t i ^ c jl £ 1 àltr ¿Forest drew iExpress AM 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. 8 FOREST OROVE. OREGON, TH U R S D A Y , .JAN. 17. 1918 No. 2 Hazel Hughes Passes Away Washington County SHALL CHURCHES TRAGIC DEATH OF to Do Her Share BE CONSOLIDATED? Jrs L t e Ä Ä X s t z Ä MANDIUS OLSEN Miss Hazel Blanche Hughes, eldest daughter of M r. and Mrs. Following several weeks of suf- “ To federate or not to federate rominitifi; of ( W e ( .V an.l vhakm an^f lh " m" ln« ht > < Monday, following one on fering from insomnia, Mandius the Congregational, Christian and Kates from the various churches First ust Congressional district, met o ^ T ? ' °P erat»?r?*— ,rum ,nsumma’ iVianu,us with the Patriotic Council of ¿ ‘ ( h f‘>r appendicitis and an- 0|*en. aged 58 years, last Monday Attorney Dyke, a Baptist, sard wi Methodist churches of the city any vo.ce Washington county at the Hills- • er on dan- <Jth *or complica- locked himself in his upstairs bed- was the hiK question discussed for he wasn't -uie he had iwm hours It •» called me. tine of !n meeting, hut, as he had boro library on Tuesday after-' l,0£ 8’ , . L room and gashed his legs, wrists i wonouis a ia .a m s i i.mg oi been called on for an an opinion, i noon an(j supervised the organi- Hazel Hughes ¡was born on the and throat with a razer m an en tile Brotherhood, held at the Con- he opined that he could see plenty zation of the County campaign in ^arm where her parents now re- deavor to get some rest and, as a gt gregational church lust- Monday of rocks on which the federated i ( he interest of the War Savings 1 side* one m>le south of this city, result, passed away at his home, evening. There were forty mem church might split. and Thrift Stamp on Oct. 13th, 1894, and received six mi es south of this city shortly mp campaign. campaign bers present ami when the vote her education in the grade school after midnight this morning. Dr. E. P. Fruit was afraid the work - 1 This campaign will he handled was taken on a motion to ask the ,.rs jri the various churches would of Dilley and the Forest G ro ve' Baker of Gaston and Dr. Kauff- , , , , h y t h e following committee of three church hoards to consider the cease to be workers after federa- appointHl by the Patriotic high school, graduating from the man of this city were called"as proposition, said motion carried high school in 1917. She was a soon as the attempt at suicide League: N . A . Frost, County Sup- hy a vote 27 affirmative to three President Inlow was directed, ,.rintendent of Schools, Chairman; very intelligent young woman, of was discovered by Mrs. Olsen, his negative. The question is brought by motion, to appoint a com- r . p W irt*, W -J M cCready, cheerful and helpful disposition wife, and, in spite of the fact that up hy the fact that it appears to mittee to put the question up to Forest Grove; J. C. Lampkin, and was very popular with all the patient had bled profusely, many people a waste of effort and th .e various church ~ L boanD 1 and'ap-! M illX .r o '' J * C’ \V ' Vand^veld'en’ I ^ ho, kneW, her> 0,d and young.! they managed to keep him alive money to maintain three church- point anted B. J Simpson and H. F | J.’ e Morhack Sherwood: Farlyi 1?. hfeJ8h® Professed religion until this morning, w and three ministers when either Wilson from the Christian ehurch, () R Hedge Beaverton m ‘ ¡an church, j bu* with no churchy She Mr. Olsen came to this section of the churches will hold all who r A Ijltl,erand Walter ~ * ' 1 m * ' f . 1 " *r Chalmers . ... was a member of the Fcrest Crove from Portland about a vear dlto at I end services 1 he campaign organization will j Girls’ Honor Guard, was an active when he purchased and took pos- from the Methodist and R F 1 K - the ' be extended to every school dis- worker in the Red Cross and a S n of the S W K Newell The Methodist church is today ( ’ lark and H. E. Inlow ' from trict of^he county under the plan membe*- of the Dilley Assembly farm, near Seghers. Little without a pastor and Rev. Pul* Congregational. __ ________ __ __ ______ m _mm TV.V is of the Patriotic Council and the of the United Artisans. known of him by local residents, nam of the Christian chureh ex- j Some of the speakers advocated Thrift and War Savini/^ ~«tamr>s Funeral services were at the as he never took any of them into K a complete fed.W ion , consolidat 1 - * 8tampS A. work in camp or cantonment. ing the Sunday fcnools and send will be placed on sale by every chapel of the Forest Grove Under- his confidence He is reputed to Rev. Putnam spoke in favor of ing the juniors to one church, the merchant, bank, bu-iness house, taking company at 2 o’clock yes- be quite well-to-do and it is rum- the federation during the war and in’ ermediates to another and the post office, and every place where terday afternoon, Rev. Putnam ored that he has recently suffered Rev. Patten of the Congregational adult« to still another, taking the they can po-sibly he disposed of. of the Christian church conduct- a financial loss through trusting a The apportionment for Wash- n-sident of this c.huich aJ*° LiNored the propoli- best qualified teachers from all the ington county L $555.000 00 and ing the service. Many beautiful friend, not a iim ii ||t,. __ _____ , [ ii> • , floral uuiai u i i r i i i i g a were w ire l laid aiu u u m e u iu ih v , i however. iu w c v c i . x He ie u iu t con- u il- offerings on the county, did tion, saying one preacher should churches, and consolidating the tie able to minister to n r t t services. s(.rvjct.s Others fa v -! Thrift Stamps must be *>ld before casket by loving friend«, a great siderable trading in this city and . the three , ‘ preaching flocks and In- did not insist on >e- o m j a consolidated preaching ser- »he close of the oresent vear many of whom could not gain ad- alw’ays seemed well supplied with ing that one. He was ready to viCf only. These things will have tne clos< the Prt nt >ear- mission to the overflowing chapel, funds. step aside for a better man or one to dec|ded by the church T K p T r i l t h A h itllf ! so stood in the street during the Deceased is survived by a m<»re acceptibl«* to the thre»* con hoards and if they cannot agree, i 11,c IIU l1 1 rtlJWUL services. Interment was in For- widow and four or five children, gregations I he plan was being ^ en tbe scheme of federation TTm Rirt W n r lr l W n r est View cemetery. i but the widow is so dazed by the worked out successfully in Canada must bt. dropped, I BE M g TTOriU T f E l j ~ ~— . tragic death of her husband that and some parts of thi- country. Tomorrow night, at the Cres- Very Interesting Exercises the writer made no effort to ob- It would be better, he thought, to Woman’s Club Affairs ; cent Theater, Hillsboro, three thf ceased*“ 7 hiSt° ry ° f ^ have one big congregation than three weak ones and the amount Last Monday’s meeting of the i wounded Canadian officers, home s|ty were hehfin Marsh Hall last Undertaker Buxton today pre- Of money that could he saved for \\ Oman’s club was sp reely at- from the big _ battle in France, will evening, consisting of the follow« pared the body for burial and it missionary, Red Cross and other I tended, but considerable business tell the public just what con ing program: goes to Portland this evening for needed war work was a feature | was transacted, including the pay- jditions were w h en they left Prayer by Rev. Patten, college burial. not to he overlooked. ing of the state and national per- France ’ . — r_ and * those haying the songs, by students and faculty; p- r i i • , B. J. Simpson. A. G. Hoffman, <*apata tax on sixty-seven mem- meeting in charge desire to re- reading of charter hy Principal N i l e E n t e r t a i n m e n t M. R Johnson, I.. M . Graham, Ler? serve seats (free of charge) for all Hates, senior member of the fac- j C A Littlor, ( ’ has. Aydelott, H. | The members voted to put on who will come from Forert Grove. uity ; piano solo by Miss Elinor L. Bates, R. F. ( ’lark, E D. West,an eugenic contest, some time in The meeting will start as soon as Peterson and an address by Rev. and Orval Hutchens also believed March, for children up to six ft the The members of the Red Let he theater is full, which will Warren Morse, pastor of the* the A At t- pfim i 8 8 o’clock, n V I n n t - so e n l kinson . : _ _ ^ ________________ :_i / —______ ____ _______ tile plan should he tried. Mr. years. Mrs. C. E. Walker will probably be before Memorial Congregational ìf.r , y , committee. o f (he Hoffman said his church (Metho- supervise the contest, which will ( those going from here should go church of Portland, who took for " or^a"is club are closing up the «list) would, of course, have to be governed by the rules of the as early as possible, after notify- his subject. “ Christian Education detads ( ° r a high-class entertain- consult its bishop about so im- Mothers’ Congress of Portland. I ing B. J. Simpson, who will tele- and Christian Democracy.” The to at (ha Star portant a move. Mrs. A. B. Todd, chairman of phone ahead for seats. (Don t address was f u l l of patriotic ° . ^ on^ay ,eN' 5’ A. R. Kcagy had his doubts the Red Cross Military Relief neglect this part of thp arrange- thought and was very forcibly de- f.an' “ f(h- II over the land, about the feasibility of the plan, j committee, reported to the club ments.) livered. \\ omen s clubs observe Jan. -8th but was willing to refer it to the that she had some very compli | Seats are provided on the stage Then came the cutting of the ^ . Kea tetter usually by mentary letters regarding t h e for all officers a n d committee huge birthday cake, surmounted *ng some entertainment to add congregations. Rev. Daniel Slaver would rath work the local branch was doing chairmen of the Red Cross, Honor by 64 candles, one for each year mo.n?y to a ( und maintained to er set* three medium-sized congre for the United States hospital ser-j Guard and Boy Scouts. Tickets since the charter wyas granted. | ?sslst ^ 0 f(ny ynung women (by gations working in harmony than vice and asked that all members i for these seats may be secured College songs were sung during “ ^an.s' m securing an education. the cutting of the cake, which was During one year thirty, women to see one big one waiting for some "h o had clean tags bring them to from Mr. Simpson e n HevnnrpH v thp « m a l l crowd a n d girls W ’ere thus assisted in then devoured h by the small 1 one else to do the work. H e was ,ht> work room (Anderson block) The speakers will arrive in th 6:40 and wiil afraid of too big a church, and D r . l ^ rut llP for P«How filling H ills b o o ro at ____________ _____ take in attendance. Very few outside ; ^ For the coming entertainment Hawke said he feared some of the There is a heavy demand for these ¡dinner at the Washington Hotel the faculty and student body at- the ladies are trying to secure the members of the federated church P'Hows and they are gladly re-' with the central committee of the tended these exercises, which were films of some well-known book, would not feel at home and would I ceived b y t h e American Red I patriotic Council, under whose °Pen to the public, one that would appeal to lovers lose interest in the work. Rev. Dross. Work has been somewhat auspices the meeting is held. You _. ~ I of good literature and good pic Barber was of the same opinion hampered by a lack of cloth for ¡should attend this meeting if you Dlir Uolors Ne>er nun tures. In addition, there will be ___ x n.. - i _ - ____ * j _____ “ cninninorc ft L a .««. ii and FV ik I n Gardner wanted some shippings. are interested in i the war, u but first Exchange: Five men, all of dif- a fine mnsical program, vocal and one to define just what extent of Mrs. Todd spoke in flattering I notify Mr. Simpson, so your seat ferent nationalities, at a restaurant. instrumental, by the best local f* deration was contemplated. He terms of the good work being will be reserved, free of cost, table proposed toasts to the flag talent obtainable. Prices will be was told that this must be left to done for her committee by the of each. The best toaster was to moderate, considering the excel- women of Dilley and other out-: Food Demonstration (^ e entertainment. lying towns. All of next week, beginning have a free dinner. Said the ^ence Russian: “ Here’s to the stars and Mr. and Mrs. Ottice Shearer The “Conservat ion” meeting to j Monday morning, a domestic bars of Russia, which has never and Mrs J. H. Shearer were in be held on the first Monday in scjtnce jnstructor from Portland' beenThrown^ down ” ,th*e"Turlc— i Portland frvdav1 rru iu M jf.iU M ue , „ will to t h e ? L o n of^Turkey, | — - ° d p iiK n s irjf le y ..»n, hall, wm wWb m he hv at a, our our store More toshow to show patri- patri- “ S Here’s h J ,“ ™” ------ a. very .^ p o rta n t one, as Miss | otic people how to conserve on whose wings have never been Mills brings a message from the wheat and improve their health 1 clipped " the I federal government. All ladles ilW llu„ ?up*rfu’ i u AM la,.i,es by the use of Roman meal. Ev- to ' the cwk^^oT^France whosei ¡should attend this open meeting, jerybody welcome. Schultz Food feathers have never been plucked;” ! To the Ladies Company. ^he American — “ Here s to the ‘ ~ ~ L-* ♦ ' I I l , /l . L . I • V. I t . #■ 4 1 a . . L . A t A A «A __ _ ___ X V V t 1 1 . t- * — e for Worthy Cause Stith & Jones is the name of After winning a big majoriiy of J'“ [j,J iniSi;s trldpf^'th’> Ch the new millinery tirm, who pur- the football games, the Forest .. \ . 1 ,* .. . , chased the old stand of Miss Me- G rovj high school boys have made h l- iw tt^ hlonmi^ ! Intyre, and are now open for bus- a Lad start at basketball, losing a . 5 k , . 1 r* -. :’ . • . iness. We solicit the patronage «ame to Franklin high at Port- and °J C,reat Britain which ul ' 1 1 1 * A- UKa land Vridav hv n «nnr« nf threw down the stars and bars of of 32 of .hv poopu. of Fores, Grove und , j and y Friday ^ - by - a j score - £ — to Russia clipped the « t e . off the vicinity, and assure them the best urke>, pulled the tail up-to-date g o o d s , t h e most to this citv Saturday night and do !?100.n 0 reasonable prices and excellent it again— 34 to 30. Franklin high f athers from the cock of Prance, has probably the strongest high an< ,an, 1 . ,,azes from the service. school team in the state. But s( ars and s('ipes. We are now offering trimmed hats, children’s caps, etc., below j (here is still time for the locals to The debate being put on by the \ cost, to .— close - them out 1 . ! f(r'l>e a winning stride. Here' 11 “ - - - - in - order ----- — ----- -— „ . j Forest Grove Brotherhood on Jan. | I before our new spring line arrives, noping. ._,9th wj,| be at the christian : ( ome in and st>cure some of the t John Ba,dwin> j T HutIer an(j church and debaters are getting in , bargains. 2-t2 A. L . Purcell, members of the G. j Vf,m (or a fuTCe and ^ ,ndy battle- i The accommodate our patrons, A. R. fife and drum cor;«, took Member8 remember the date. THOS. F. RYAN j we will resume the custom of dinner with President Grant of Wouldn’t a heavy sweater g o ! R. N. S T A N F IE L D o f Oregon City, 1 keeping our store open Saturday the corps at Meldrum last Satur- mighty fine these wet days? o f Stanfield, Oregon who is a candidate for the Republican , even ing8 until 9 o ’clock. Schultz day. There were twelve members W e’ve s o m e dandies $2.00 to avowed candidate for the Republican nomination for State Treasurer. i Food C om pany. present at the dinner. I $7.00. C. E. Roy & Co. ¡nomination for United States Senator.