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FOREST GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 25. 1918
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Farm Labor Specialist
Visits Forest Grove
Hold Big Meeting
Saturday afternoon more than
Following a good dinner at the
one hundred bUHinuna and pro-
House, three dozen
fes-oonal men and furmer*, mern-
the Forest Grove
J>erH and friend* of the Patriotic
l^euKue of Washington county,
met ut th e Commercial club
room* in Hillsboro for the purpose
<ff perfecting a more thoroughgo
ing and efficient organization
The meeting followed a farmer*’
meeting, called by County Agent
Jamison to plan for needed farm
ed to make a speech, but he was
help and discuss the farm wage
not able to be present and so he
question. Nothing much wa* ac-
his next best man, Mr. Bald
comp'ished at the fanner*’ meet
who made it clear that there
ing except to agree that the fed
to be a shortage of farm
eral farm specialist's office at
that it is to the interest
Portland should be called upon to
dwellers to do all they
HUpply young men and boy* dur
the shortage. Mr.
ing onion weeding and berry pick
days a week
B. J. Simpson, president of the
league, presided at its session
and, after the meeting was well
He also suggested that the city
under wav, suggested that, as the
pass an ordinance against
officer* had been elected in the
that those who would
first place by a few delegates, he
cards or pool than
thought they should step aside
Pa. 2 —British dress
to either work or
and allow this more representa ing station under tire on the west front. 3—Type of the hangar* that are being built In this country and France
In some Eastern
tive gathering to elect permanent for America's great air lleet.
licenses of pool
officers. He tendered his resigna
at $100 per
tion as president atid Vice Presi
dent C. E. Well* followed euit.
The bureau represented by Mr.
Old Soldier Buried
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES Baldwin
On motion, the resignations were
is registering all young
accepted and Mr. Simpson was Funeral services for John W’
16 and 21 years and
a>ked to appoint a committee of H. Adkins, who died at hie Gales
M. T Sherett returned Sunday
to be able to supply berry
five to nominate new officers. Creek home last Thur day morn
evening to Garibaldi, after a visit j expects
and fruit pickers to those apply-
Mr. Simpson appointed M. Mc ing, were held at the Gab-s Creek I^st Tuesday noon.while Frank with Mrs. Sherrett.
Donald of Orenco, Mr. McAdoo church Saturday afternoon and Crabtree, jr.. and wife of Laurel Peter Vanoudenhagen of Ver- ing for help of this kind.
of Sherwood, Mr. Peterson of the remains we e interred in the 'and the latter smother, Mrs. John boort has bought from Gordon & At this same meeting the jnem-
of the club were asked to ex
Buxton, Mr. Graham of Forest Gales Creek cemetery. The fun
of Dayton, were in Gordon a stylish rain-proof bug- ! here
an opinion as to whether or
Grove and Harry Bagley of Hills eral was largely attended, old Galanders
Portland. th e Crabtree home gy,
wanted a county fair
boro as such committee. After a settlers and veterans of the Civil cought
from a chimney. Miss
to the Erickson garage, K. held this year. On motion of W.
conference, the committee recoin war turning out in large numbers. Dolores fire
Crabtree, aged 20. and of Go
mended C. B. Buchanan of Cor Rev. Sias of Thatcher conducted her blind grandfather, John Gal , P. building, for your auto re C. Benfer that no fair be held (be
nelius a a president, J o h n A. the services. In accordance with anders, aged 84. were at home i P.a,rs* acce-sortes, tires, gas and cause of the war), six voted for
the motion and s e v e n voted
Thornburgh of this city as vice the wishes of deceased, no flowers alone and when Miss Crabtree j01
president and W Mahon of Hills were p’aced on the casket, sh-af discovered the fire, she called some i Carl Stribich, who had an op- against it. This motion was later
boro as secretary. Mr Buchanan 1 wheat and barley being used in neighbors by telephone and then eration for appendicitis several 1 laid on the table, as less than half
those present showed, by failure
asked that Mr. Thornburgh be stead.
told her grandfather the house week* ago, is improving slowly at j to
vote at all, that they didn’t
made president and he be given Decedent was born near Boons- was
afire. The news so shocked the local hospital.
they wanted a fair
second place and this w:n agree boro,Howard county,Mo.,May 20, Grandpa
Galanders t h a t his The pride in the furniture we or not. whether
directors will try
able to the committee. The mem 1845, and came to Forest Grove granddaughter
to carry him
wj|j remajn wjth the purchaser j to arrange a meeting
bers then elected the officers as in May, 1884, where he lived for from the house. had
While the neigh- ton aftpr the price is forgotten, ; from the various commercial
suggested by Mr Buchanan.
several years, moving to Gales
were saving the contents of Claude E. Smith,
A resolution which pledged the Creek in 1890, where he resided bore
the first floor of the residence,
just what the sentiment
Mr. Galanders suffered a stroke Cheaply - made furniture will 1 ascertain
members to do all in their power un il his death.
the holding of a fair.
to back up the administration in He is survived by the following of apoplexy and passed away shame you as long as it lasts. is rezarding
be held at|the
the war and to assist in every children: Mrs. Julia Hoare, Sea- , The house was entirely consumed, | Duy the kind of which you feel court hou*e, in will
possible way in the stamping out view. Wash.; Mrs. M O. Mc with all household goods and proud. Claude Smith sells it.
of sedition in the county was then Farland. Kalisp' ll, Mont.; J. J clothing above the first floor ex -1 Miss Amy Pechin, principal of day, May 25th.*
passed by a unanimous vote; also Adkins, Gales Creek; J W. Ad ceptthe clothes the members of the Lincoln school, Friday even- After the meeting, the members
a resolution asking that all per kins, The Dulles, Or., Mr*. Min the family wore.
ing entei tained at games and re- of the old fair board held a meet
sons de-iring to raise funds by the nie Blodgett, Seattle, Wash.; C. An attempt was made at once fie-hments a number of her pupils, ing at the Rogers library and
circulation of petitions first s.cure M. Adkins, serving the colors at to get in telephonic communica-1 the party being given at the elected the following directors
the < nd< r ement of the League’s Seattle; Mrs. Lena Guest, Staples, tion with Mr. and Mrs. Crabtree, Pechin home,
M i n n .______________
E. Wescott, president; H.
but they were not located in The April meeting of the For- F. A. Wilson,
With a rising vote of thank* to
Portland until about 5 o clock in est Grove Brotherhood will be Mrs. C. A. first Brodersen,
the retiring officers, the meeting
the evening. 1 heir home-coming ^eld next Tuesday evening, April
was indeed a sad one, with Mrs. 30, at 6:30, at the Congregational vice presides ;C. A. Littler, treas
Judging from the temper of a
Crabtree’s father dead and the church. Supper, followed by a urer; R. W. Reder, secretary.
These officers, with G. M. Little-
majority of the men at the meet-
house and home destroyed. The
hales, N. A. Frost, N. C. Jamison,
ing, it will not be very healthy for Having heard that the United , house and contents wvre insured I business meeting.
A. E. Scott, C. A. Brodersen and
pacifists, slackers or others who States government was looking for for $1,000. Frank Crabtree is a I L I B E R T Y LOAN M O T H E R
attempt to spread Hun propa a location *'in or near Portland” son'of Mr. and Mrs. Frank M.!
GOOSE R H Y M E S Mrs Dorothy Seymour, form the
board of directors.
ganda in this county during the for a hospital to take care of Crabtree of this city and a brother j
soldiers in need of rehabilitating to Will Crabtree, living a short Sing a song of pennies.
Still Buying Liberty Bonds
For pennies now rank high;
treatment, President Hoffman of distance north of this city. About I Five
Woman’s Club Meeting
noon today Forest Grove’s
the Commercial club Monday ev a year ago he lost two hop houses
Fifty members of the Forest ening
of $80,850.00 of Liberty
Sixteen stamps of thrift
Grove Woman’s club and a few directors as could he reached by from
had been oversubscribed
The body of Mr. Galanders was
Will buy a little bond
visitors met Monday afternoon at phone and a message was sent to shipped
total being $113,-
his home at Dayton, i And bonds will give short shift 900.00. As the
the home of Mrs. J. C. Buchanan Col. L. P. Mauss of Vancouver, where the to funeral
drive lasts until
anti enjoyed a very interesting who has the quest for a site in afternoon. Deceased was
May 6th, the oversubscription
and instructive program.
will probably reach 50 per cent.
charge. The message stated that two strokes of apoplexy before, Buy Baby Bunting
Many of the eastern states have
Miss Barbara Buchanan read a Foiest Grove desired to be con one
years ago and an Submarine and Zeppelin
paper on antique furniture, pre sidered as offering a site and other fourteen
short of their expectancy,
ten years ago.
Before they hunt the Babykln. so it is well that the west exceed
pared by her mother, Miss Kath asked for specification as to re
erine Davis played a violin solo quirements. No reply has so far The finals in the Washington See saw. Marjorie Daw,
and Miss Smith gave a piano been received, but, as military County
annual spelling contest Prussia shall have a new master. There is a rumor prevalent that
red tape is plentiful and hard to w’ill be held
Hillsboro next Sat His name will be Democracy
three prominent Washington coun
Miss Anna Karagozian, an Ar unwind, a reply may yet be re urday, a n d in pupils
Which spells a Junker disaster. ty
men have been taken to Port
menian girl, a senior in the Port ceived.
by federal officials on a
land high school, was present, on President Hoffman a l s o ap cent in the local contests held | Sing, sing, what shall we sing?
having violated the pro
request of Mrs. Hurley, to give a pointed a committee, consisting of during the past year will compete Let every one open his own purse hibition of law.
The rumor could
practical demonstration of how A. E. Scott, H. E. Inlow and C. for county honors. An average of
Martha Newland. not be confirmed.
Oriental rugs are made and how A. Littler, to confer with the 100 per cent in the finals is re
to tell the difference between rugs Masonic committee which seeks a warded by a diploma of honor.
YOUR D U T Y AND W H Y
made in various sec; ions of Tur location
key. She used four of Mrs. Hur
ley’s rugs as examples of the art
Practically all the business
Parson* of Dilley was painfully next generation as well as this. We
and made her talk very interest than we sell, no matter where you injured
houses of Forest Grove will
ing. Miss Karagozian has lost send; nor can you get them ing, when his bicycle collided with nation that our children and our close
on Friday, May 3d, from
children’s children MAY ENJOY THE
various relatives in recent massa
p. m., on account of
cres and gave graphic recitals of
The lad suffered a nasty IN THIS COUNTRY WILL GIVE Pacific 5 University’s
what her people have suffered at Notwithstanding the shortage anda.
cut over t he left ear and his wheel
BLOOD: YOU GIVE YOUR exercises. Do your trading
the hands of the Turks.
of binder twine, Goff Bros, are was badly damaged. Witnesses THEIR
Public sale bills printed at the
U. S. Attorney General.
wrong side of the street.
orders filed by May 1.
Burning of Home
Causes Sudden Death
Would Bring Business