Clipped From Forest Park Review
YEAR. SINGLE COPY FIVE CENTS Forest bunco organization the thl* who prize *uc- arc the p. m. the and Is a TALKS OLD TIMES Ilurvey Woodruff, column conductor In the W. o. N. and well known OB cm- of the athletic editors who help tu make the paper worthy of Its' non d* plume, surprised the Madison Btwi Boosters club, whom lie addressed Monday, when he told them of oM times In Forest I'nrk, or Harlem, OR It W«M then railed. Uurvey not ortly hud spent many happy moments In tub "Sunset Cafe " or Thodetf place, as It was then known, but told of the renny time* ht: together with n tang of kldm slipped past the gatemen and onto the grand rtnnd Iff tho days' when tlie Hnrlefo truck wan knewn from Cunndit it." Ihc gulf an the best racing' rouree lii the country. He «pflke of his work on the news paper, drawing a fine distinction tu tween the titles "athletic editor," nnil "sporting editor," adding it few «pl<-> yarns to his "line." Ho called alien tlori to tho value, of organization nnil pleased his audience In no small dr grce. Arnold Boxnlk, chairman of tho r>.- nlaromcnt and lighting committee, re ported that tho cross arms on the light poll* had been satisfactorily n- placed.' Tlio Mndlgon »trect Mtpre» will kc-»«|. open ev«>ry • evening, beginning wltl. Monday, December 11, until Ohrllsmhu. It WB» likewise agreed, after lively discussion, that all stores on Miidlnmi street be closed hereafter all day on Sunday.