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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View This Issue
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AN IN D E P E N D E N T WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
Citizens’ Rally Sings
Songs of Victory
FOREST GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 29. 1918
Graktm Goes to Salem
To Sort Spagnum Moss
The Goode Have Come
The goods have come. What
L. M. Graham went down to
Salem last Tuesday to secure
household goods of the Rawson
space at the State Fair for a
Men and women are wanted to
The Board of Education has
With Mayor Paterson, a.i chair*
family— sojourners in a strange
Washington county exhibit. He pick over spagnum mo«s, two
arrangements by which mil
man, a large company of Fo est
land, but rapidly coming to feel
secured the space and necessary doors south of the Post Office.
is to be established
Grove citizens held a patriotic
that they are citizens of a goodly
measurements. He reports the The first day for this moat laud-
in thecity schools of Forest Grove.
song service on the campus last
city, and among friends.
Tuesday evening at the hour of roads good the greater part of the able work will be Tuesday, Sep
Those hou-ehold things make Prof. Taylor, head of the depart
way. A huge big stadium is be- tember 3. The place will be open
six. The church l>e!la called the
one think of the faces of old ment of Mathematics of Pacific
ing built on the fair grounds.
from 9 o ’clock in the forenoon un-
friends. They bind one to the University, has been selected to
All raisers of agriculluraf p ro-1 til evening.
The Rev. A . B Patten acted . .
past. There is the high chair,from supervise the new course, doing
One hundred and one sacks of
. . »b ok «m »n of th, inerting. In dacl" ara ur“ et lo br'" * lh w
which all the children have ruled this work in addition to his col
very Ailing p h ra « ha ..a t « l the rh" “ " 1
» “ r County F « r . not
the small domain. There are the legiate work.
All details are not yet worked
purp.aa.oUh.. m olin g, calling at-
* (or the -akc of the County
dishes with their suggestion of
hut it is thought this course
tcnlion to the fact that all over Fa,r’ b u t, a,‘ ° ,hat a" axb,b,t
fine hand me-out lunches (brought
worthy of this splendid county Cross. The writer has spent many i
be made compulsory. All
the country, from Maine to Cali
in by the neighbors), and there is
should he made at the State Fair. evenings at this work in Seattle
fifteen will be included,
fornia and from Washington lo
the dear old washing-machine,
We should all take a special pride and from what he has seen there
Florida, the church bells were
where the writer has ground long and in some cases boys younger
in this, probably the best county he would »ay that this moss, our
ringing, the people were gathering '
and mournfully, the while the than fifteed will be accepted.
in the state.
first installment, is clean and easy
It is expected that 75 or 80
and the splendid patriotic songs
clothes have turned white and his
of America were being sung.
Prof. Bates ha»gone to Tacoma. u ^ ! r *
buvps have grown strong for the students will take the new work.
arduous task of defending his A Federal I a w provides that
He introduced Father Camp
. • ~
that this is war work and is to be
where as many as 100 pupils are
Harry a n d Orlando ltomig ,
party against all comers.
bell of the local Catholic church,
taking military training the Gov
who led in prayer. Father Camp prominent P. U- students, were d° ne * r* t,s' Men and women and I Your Uncle Sam’s railway is
on the S. S. Westbrige. which was'children of a dozen years are
ernment will furnish guns for the
bell has a fine face. The prayer
torpedoed on Aug. 16. Further wam*d.
i t “1" !
drill. It is hoped and expected
and some preliminary remarks he par iculan- have not yet arrived. portunity (or all who feel that 1 ' 1 h* Part,cular »b oot detail,;
that guns will be secured, either
made were exceedingly well adapt
80 we are not surprised
M. R. Johnson, President of the their part in the war has been |
from the state or Federal Govern-
that a nail, in the passage down
ed to the occasion. He called at First National Bank, and the
slight when compared w ith'hat
from Seattle, trotted about on [he “ ent- far ‘ be work; 01 couf“ ’
tention to the fact that the fath family, are away on their vaca
of the soldier»—and we surely all j
top of the piano, leaving bad foot tbere wl 1 **
ers of this republic were men of lion n»*ar Taft. They will return
feel that way—to do a good work, j
prayer and of godly lives, and
prints. A tack, we
to put an earnest shoulder to the
H. R. Bernard spent Tuesday
that if we would continue in their
a drive into the side of the book
wheel and to help.
The plan may be adopted of
wisdom and build as well as they
case, while a rocking-chair leg and
All who work at the moss will
closing up the play sheds and us
France» Rawson arrived from
began we also should be given to
the corner of the victrola took oc
ing the same for a drill room and
casion to renew their differences,
prayer and should be controlled Seattle last Wednesday evening—
a fact that is of great importance large aprons. Further particulars | each getting considerably skinned armory.
by the spirit of religion.
It is though that military drill
may be secured of Judge Hollis, of
to her father and mother.
up in the melee.
Mrs. E. E. William ably direct
Arthur Shearer, who is hunting the law firm of Hollis & Graham.
will not only prepare the boys for
But no matter about small
ed the musical part of the exer in the southwest mountains, has
, future efficiency should some other
cises. The choir, made up of sent home a fine deer which he
troubles, the goods have come, Ger
Brother Benfer. former wielder and they are our dear old much- wffl >Uo Wntflt their health a0(J
various singers of the town, was shot.
of the editorial pen in the Express battered, much-used, much-loved i . .
as follows: Mesdames McEldown-
M i». James Freeman visited sanctum, has got used tostrenuos- goods, that will presently be ar- ,
ey, Barber and Paterson and the
last week in the home of J. H. ity.and to “ putting things across.’’ ranged a'ong the wall and across
Misses Jones and Aberneihy; and
Shearer. They are cousin» and Because of this we had expected the corner and down the other
Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.
Messrs. Barber. Johnson a n d
had never met.
Morning 'worship at 11:00 o ’clock,
that when he arrived on the shores side, in the many rooms of the
Williams Mrs. Carmack presid
with the pastor again in the polpit.
big house on classic College Way.
ed at the organ
Mr. Patten wiU preach on the text,
mentalists were, Aileen Hoffm&n, market man, is under the weather. whales, octupi and other animal»
Great War Unites Blue and Gray “ As a man thinketh in his heart so is
Mr and Mrs. S. P. Snodgrass would take to deep water. We ex-
flute, and Messm. Walker, Jack-
Passing out of Chattanooga to he.” Theme: “ What does it matter
what we believe; and what is the mat
son and Danielson, who played of Council Grove, Kansas, visited pected. and still maintain that we
the northward are the great nat ter with our beliefs?”
the violin, the trombone and the Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roswurm had reason to expect, that Benfer
ural memorials of the struggle in
Open-Air Service on the Campus at
last week They were neighbors | would roll up some scores out on
the center of the battle areas of 7 p. m. I f the weather is too cool, we
the beach that would forever exalt
The spirit of the trenches, of in days gone by.
fifty years ago. Here is Lookout will adjourn to the church. Mr. Patten
Mrs. James Page of Portland the newspaper craft in the eyes of
real warfare, was brought by an
Mountain on the one side with will finish his sermon on “ My Creed,”
speaking on the two articles— “ Jesus
improvised drum corps in which
white marble monuments visible sav es," and “ To be saved is to be like
ter. Mrs. Harry Whitney of this
Comrade Baldwin played t h e city. Little Helen Whitney "ac
at long distances, matched by Jesus.” These are the greatest t. ernes
snare drum. Comrades Butler and companied her aunt to Portland brother got out of Forest Grove Missionary Ridge on the other. known to the thought end heart of
his luck left him. After that he
Purcell played the fifes and Com and will visit there.
Now these same mountains look man.
was no good. He has sorely dis
A. B. PATTEN, Pastor.
rade Crow of Hillsboro played the
down on Camp Oglethorpe and
bass drum. These youngsters
the khaki-clad soldiers of the new
I have for sa'e a new Ford Se out to the sea at Seaside, looked,
marched down the streets and
American army who march or
be regular services in the
their stirring strains called many dan. complete with electric lights didn’ t like it, and came back. ride over the fields where their church morning and evening. Morning
and starter. Equiped with all That is the whole painful, soul-
to the meeting-
grandfathers of both blue and theme, “ The Creed o f the Church;”
modern conveniences that cars saddening story.
The Star Spangled Banner, have selling for $1200. This car
gray met as foes. One cannot 8:00 p. m., “ The Law o f Discipleship.”
America, Keep the Home Fires
throw a stone in the streets of
Fine new fall coals for ladies
Burning and The Battle Hymn of scratch on it. Will sell for $750.
The question comes, what of Chattanooga without hitting a and misses at Anderson’s; beauti
Actual cost is $915. New tires
the railroads, the telegraph lines, marker sacred to the cause of ful velours, velvets, astrakans and
the Republic were sung with great all around.
the telephone systems, after the patriotism. Now the inscriptions other fabrics to choose from.
heartiness and ferver and the fife
war? That is a question that, so on tables of stone inspire to deeds
and drum corps played Yankee
Prof. E. D. West, formerly of
The Bethlehem Truck
soon as Germany signs our die of valor in coming days “ Some the faculty of Pacific University,
Doodle, Marching Through Geor
gia, Dixie and other airs.
One of the best, strongest, tated peace treaty, will loom up where in France
Congregation- but now in Y. M. C. A. work at
Camp Lewis, came Sunday for a
The authorities at Washington
market is the Bethlehem. It is a
gave us hort notice, but, Mayor veritable iron horse. It is easy
Helen Bishop, who is at home
E. J. Shotwell and family have
Paterson rose to the occasion with on fuel, easy to manage, hardly Oregon Voter Press, may be a this week, is soon to go to France
energy,, and the meeting was a ever needs repairs, and is always forecast of the way sentiment will to do Y . M. C. A. canteen work. moved to Portland.
on the job. Ask for further par go, says that paper, “ Democrats
ticulars of Joe Wiles, the Forest in a number of conventions have
New Officers for County Fair
declared for permanent public
ownership of public utilities, and
At a meeting of the Fair Di
Methodist Church Services
it will not be surprising if the
rectors in Hillsboro Wednesday
Sunday School 9:45.
With a Chevrolet you’ ll get more service out of your, delivery sys
night, Green Lilly was cho-en
Morning worship 11:00. It is the national platform of the party in
treasurer to succeed R. G. Scott, highest delight of the soul to be in wor 1920 contains a plank pledging tem — you’ll get more work out of a day.
The use of a Chevrolet Truck will allow you a greater range in the
who recently resigned to accept a ship with\God’s people. Subject Sun the party to that principle. Such
day morning is: J'What Is Man That
position as County Agent in Thou Art Mindful o f H im ?" You are a declaration will insure the suc which to do business.
You can reach out to new territory for sales and deliver this add*
cess of the national ticket.”
Clackamas county, and A. E. invitee! to attend this service.
Scott was named secretary to
Epworth League at 7:00 p. m.
Frank S. Harding, prominent news
You can handle your deliveries efficiently and economically with
succeed N. C. Jamison, who is to
Preaching service at 8:00. Evening paper man of Oregon and editor o f the the Chevrolet. It’s a hardworking, longwearing, mechanically-perfect
enter military service soon. Ar
message will be one o f practical need. | Telephone - Register at McMinnville,
truck that’s extremely easy on fuel.
rangements have been made for a
Prayer service Thursday 8
m. I died on August 21, at Wieser, Idaho, at
Come in and talk over your delivery problem with us and let us
military band for the fa ir— Beav
l.ast Quarterly Conference on Tues- j the
of 62 ye,rm- The funeral was
day, Sept. 3d at 8 o'clock. Every o f held at McMinnville iaa Tuesday. The show you how to solve it with a Chevrolet.
deceased has a brother and other rela
ficer should be present.
Chassis, $1125; Truck complete with body, 8-post top and cur
We deliver ice cream to any
The Sunday School picnic will be held tives living near Forest Grove.
tains, $1320, f. o. b. Flint, Michigan
part of the city. Tell it to phone Monday, all day, in Naylor's grove.
Illinois Pure Aluminum Ware
632. Ottice Shearer.
J0HN H- EBERT*
at the Gordon Hardware Store.
MORE WORK IN A DAY
Joe Wiles, Forest Grove, Ore.