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Is Every Set of Twins in County Entered in Round-Up at Fair on Saturday Afternoon?
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HILLSBORO, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 192«.
MAY ESTABLISH FAIR ATTENDANCE RECORD
Forum Is Pep
Meet for Fair
PROGRAM—Washington County Fair
New Group Would
Be at Helm Over
Affairs of City
10:00—Band Concert in front of the pavilion.
10:30—Opening program in the pavilion.
10:30—Judging in all divisions.
F. ir Officials Appreciate the 10:30—Horseshoe pitching contest.
Scare to Farm
Hillsboro Is Mecca of
Children of County as
Annual Show Opens
Developments in the Hillsboro
municipal election started Friday
when nominating petitions were Henry Miller Farm Buildings
filed for E. L. McCormick for mayor
Destroyed by Fire
Support of Hillsboro
and C. C. Bannister, A. Brandaw
I :30—Rodeo in the baseball park.
2:00—Sewing demonstration in the Club building.
Mr. Brandaw is running in south- Local Department Aids Interest in Fair Seems to Be Greater This Year Than in Pre
Publicity Has Results 3:30—Band Concert.
•st Hillsboro where the terms of
vious Years; State School Head Howard Gives the Open
Orange Phelps and J. W. Connell
ing Address in Place of Hal Hoss; Twin Contest Draw«
end January 1. The term of J. H.
Illuminating Engineer Speaks
8:00 Free Vaudeville in the pavilion, which includes the following num Garrett in north Hillsboro ends this Hillsboro Firemen Prevent the
of Whole County; Amusements Many.
At Luncheon Forum
Blaze from Reaching the
year, and W. V. Bergen is the hold
The Good-Time Ambassador Comedy; Baker Trio, Piano and over, and Mr. Bannister would take
Nearby Farm Houses
Mr. Garrett’s seat. Mr. Limber is
Hillsboro today is the center of interest for all children
in the running for the councilmanic
The opening chamber of com
seat to be vacated by George Cham
Fire destroyed the house, two in Washington county! The county’s annual fair opened thia
bers in southeast Hillsboro. Charles barns and outbuildings on the Henry morning with every indication, in the opinion of observera,
merce luncheon for the fall season
Monday was in the nature of a
E. Wells is the holdover city father Miller place at Witch Hazel Satur- that it was a bigger and better show than ever before. In
in that section of the city.
county fair "pep” meeting. Mem 10:00—Horseshoe pitching contest.
day, resulting in a damage of ap terest seems to be greater and with the many free attractions
bers of the county fair board and
Closing date for the filing of pe proximately $1,500 with insurance and diversified amusements it is expected that the attend
other Interested workers were the | 10:00—Cooking demonstration in the Club building.
titions is October 6 and it is likely_
»1,100. Part of the house- ance will exceed other years by far.
guests and gave short talks. Fair 10:30—Band Concert.
that other candidates will be named. | hold goods were saved. . The Hills-
This is Children’s day at the fair and the kiddies are here
Manager Finis L. Brown ncted ar
I boro fire department answered the from every school in the county. They were especial guests
call and prevented the blaze from of honor at the opening exercises at the auditorium in which
! scattering to nearby places.
All speakers voiced appreciation 1:30—Rodeo in the baseball park.
Charles A. Howard, state superin
of the support given the annual 2:00— Canning demonstration in the Club building.
The blaze started in the kitchen
of public instruction, made
show by the business people of 3.30—Band Concert.
I roof and quickly spread to adjoin-1
Speaker at Fair
the opening address in place of Hal
Hillsboro, and expressed the desire
Hoss, who could not come on ac
that every section of the county
i fences. Had it not been for timely
count of taking over the duties of
lend their support and co-operation. 8:00 Free Vaudeville in the pavilion, which includes the following
The contract to lay concrete pav-1 assistance all would have been de-
Secretary of State Sam Kozer. The
number-: Don and Inez, Tap Clog Apache; Musical act, Ac ing on Seventh street from Main to I stroyed, as the property and build-
Board Works Hard
4-H clubs took part in the program
The fair board has never worked
edy; Comedy Juggler; Blues Singer.
along with fair and school officials.
so hard for n successful fair ns they
line, and the widening of Lincoln I Elmer Scott, C. W. Bloom and Os
Not Seeing Double
have this year, according to Robert 9:00—Jitney dance.
in front of the new high school, was j car B. Poe were threatened by the
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The twin round-up named on the
Banks of Banks, president of the
I awarded R«»
council ’T Tuesday
program at 3 p. m. Saturday in the
I night to Stein Brothers, of Eugene,
County trucks were used in fight
pavilion has attracted considerable
for »7,977.25. This total is based ing the blaze and the aid of neigh
Mrs. Emma Bryant, secretary of
attention, and from the number of
on a figure of »2.11 per square bors, together with the fire depart
the board, expressed the opinion 10:00—Finals in the horseshoe pitching contest.
entries listed to date the competi
yard of paving, and 26 cents a foot ment, fought hard and saved the
that the most essential thing in put 10:00 Home-making demonstration in the Club building.
tion should be interesting.
ting on a county fair was to create
judges have not been named. En
Other bids were as follows: Rig
Interest among the people of the
Twenty-four Hour« to Go
trants may register at the business
don, Woodburn, »8.163.80; K. G.
county. She told of the growth of 1 :30—Rodeo in the baseball park.
Mr. Miller had been insured with
office at the fair grounds until noon
Lundström, »8,351.80; C. G. Ran
club work and said that boys and 3:00—Twin contest in the pavilion.
Saturday. Prizes will be given as
dalls, $8,400.15, and T. F. Ward, | a fire insurance company for 20
girls arc being taught that work is 3:80—Road program in the pavilion.
follows: Hillsboro Argus, $10, twins
The la-t three were ’ years and paid on an annual basis.
honorable. Mrs. Bryant said that
He had just 24 hours more on his
looking most alike; Washington ho
if the fair did nothing else than to 4;00—Band Concert.
tel, J. W. Kelley, proprietor, »10,
Plans that would give more room ;
encourage useful work among the
twins coming the greatest distance;
, for the county fair grounds and his premium when the fire occurred.
boys nnd girls, it would be worth
7:45—Vaudeville in pavilion, which includes the following numbers: give the fair board a definite under- , An old abandoned hop house on
Frank’s Market and Thrift Grocery,
Quartet, by the Portland Fire Department; Acrobatic Dancers; standing as to the use of the Shute the Bagley place at Leisyville was
$10, best looking pair of twins;
“It Is up to us as residents of
Song and Dance; The Good Time Ambassador.
Lee Oakes’ Grocery, $5, youngest
J park were discussed with the city j destroyed by fire Saturday when a
the county to show that if there is
twins; Reynolds’ Grocery and Em-
council Tuesday night by the fair straw pile was burned too near the j
a better county in the country it 8:45—Fireworks.
motts’ Market, »10, greatest differ
will have to get up and hustle,” 9:00—Jitney dance.
Thë present grounds, presented Partment ™ called to fight the
ence in looks of twins; Skaggs’ Gro
stated C. D. Minton of Forest
Charles A. Howard, state superin cery and Market, »10, pleasantest
by the business men of Hillsboro,
Grove, first vice-president of the
A residence owned by the A. tendent of public instruction, was pair of twins, and Commercial Na-
are not large enough for expansion,
fair board. He pointed out that,
explained Robert» Banks, president. Rossi estate at Beaverton burned the principal speaker at the opening | tional bank and Shute Savings
there were enough amusements for
exercises this morning.
The discussion showed that there Sunday.
bank, »10, oldest set of twins. The
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was land which could be purchased
Auxiliary to the American Legion
Henry Hesse of Scholls, second
nearby and which would, together
is giving a $5 prize to the twins
vice-president of the board, said he I
with a limited use of the park, al
looking most alike, whose father is
would like to sec the farmers close |
! a member of the American Legion.
A dissolution of partnership ef low for a half mile race track. The
up shop and attend the fair as the
fecting two local business institu council turned the question over to
J The twin round-up will be follow-
Hillsboro business people plan to
tions wns consummated last week. the park committee with instruc
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do on Hillsboro day.
In the deal Glenn V. Payne becomes tions to work out a definite ar
owner of the Hillsboro Pharmacy rangement or lease with the board.
Ed. L. Moore, secretary of the
Hal E. Hoss, of Oregon City, will
and L. C. Kramien and L. T. Mc- C. D. Minton of Forest Grove and
chamber of commerce and in charge
Pheeters are the proprietors of the Henry Hesse, members of the fair be appointed by Governor I. L. Pat
of concessions and amusements,
Seventeen new students register-
board, were present and joined in terson shortly to serve as secretary I ed at the union high school Mon-
Palm Drug store.
stressed the importance of the fair
of state, filling the unexpired term I day, according to Superintendent B.
Mr. Payne and Mr. McPheeters the discussion.
to the county and Hillsboro. He
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of Sam A. Kozer, who is resigning W. Barnes. This brings the regis
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had been in partnership in the
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to take over new duties as director tration there to 321, which is still
Pharmacy for 16 years, which made
’ of the state budget. The change in less than last year.
the store management one of the
Clark Emmer Gardner, 76, of
■ state officials is set for Monday,
oldest in the city. They purchased
Superintendent C. H. Nosier of near Orenco, died in the Dr. Smith
the Pharmacy from Page Gardner.
the grade schools reports a regis- 1
serve by appointment of the gover tration of 552, which is also under ! hospital in this city Monday night
Two years ago the two, in associa
nor until January 7. 1929, the end last year’s mark. All children who | of injuries received Saturday when
tion with Mr. Kramien, purchased
of the term for which Mr. Kozer will be six years old by November ¡ a wood truck, which he was driving,
the Palm confectionery from C.
Just 14 days more!
Teege and started a combination
i 15 may enter school at any time I went over a fill near Quatama and
October 6 is the last day in had been elected.
crushed him between a fence and
The Hillsboro union high school
Mr. Hoss is the republican nomi [ now.
J drug nnd confectionery store. The which a person may register in or
eleven will play its first practice
Pharmacy is the second oldest drug der to vote in the general election nee for the office of secretary of
The grade school football team j the truck. Injuries included a
game at the Multnomah civic sta
store in the county. Mr. Kramien November 6. Regular hours of reg state, winning in the primaries by a started practice Tuesday evening broken collar bone, chest crushed,
dium in Portland Saturday against
will continue as manager of the istration at the county clerk's office wide margin over H. H. Corey and under the direction of Coach John ribs fractured and lung punctured.
He was bom September 10, 1852,
son. The captain will be selected
here are from 8 a. m. to noon, and Tom B. Handley.
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The Hillsboro union high school
There will be no drastic changes next week.
at Battle Creek, Mich., and moved
from 1 p. m. to 5 p. m. daily. No
football schedule for the season
All 4-H clubs are exhibiting their to Oregon 45 years ago. Years ago
one may be sworn in at the polls in the personnel of the office of
was announced Tuesday by Coach county school superintendent, named Here to Arrange for
secretary of state, according to Mr. I work at the fair. Pins have been he farmed the Constable place at
in previous years.
B. M. Goodman. The annual big
If a person is not 21 years of i Hoss, who has let it be known that ' presented to the children who have West Union, later moving to Port
game for Hilhi with Forest Grove for Monday at state fair.
age before October 6, but will be | he intends to conduct affairs as , completed all their work. A cook- land and then back to Washington
as possible, without re- j ing demonstration will be given by county several years ago. Mr. Gard
high will be played here on Thanks
of age by November 6, they may ¡efficiently
register anyway and vote in the
‘ Ipart* to Professional job-hunters Juanita Kerr and Hazel Blades from ner is survived by three brothers,
The schedule as announced is ns Miss Bryant Will
and political hangers-on. The Hoss
Perry of Quatama, Ulysses of Hills
Thompson’s cooking club.
announced several weeks ago that general election. With national,' family has moved to Salem and Mrs. ------------
follows: October 5, Roosevelt high
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boro, and Charles of Oregon City.
of Portland, here; October 12, Hood
taken up residence in the Fairmont
A step-daughter lives in California.
Attend First Lady house in this city, was here Friday to be selected interest should be the hill
River nt Hood River; October 19,
Funeral services were held thia
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Newberg here; October 20, McMinn
from the Glenn F. Bell
Miss Dorothy Brynnt, daughter of
ville at McMinnville; November 3,
See Wife Take Gun mortuary and interment was in the
Beaverton nt Beaverton; November Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Brynnt of Forest for the structure. They said that
Riverview cemetery in Portland.
George Thyng, Beaverton; Nova
12 (Armistice Day) Tillamook here; Grove, has been appointed by Coun local labor would be used wherever Elma Leonard,
November 23, Amity nt Amity, nnd ty Judge E. J. Ward to represent possible.
Daffy-Dils to Dine ing the Argus last week stated that
Garden Home; Joseph H. Schamoni,
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the Forest Grove game hero Novem Washington county ns nn attendnnt
of Mrs. I. L. Patterson, wife of
Joseph E. Millet saw his wife take |
C. F. Tigard, Tigard; Henderson
The Forest Grove Daffy-Dils have a gun from her nephew’s room early j
The team is shaping up well, ac Governor Patterson, next Monday, Two Hit Over Head
been extended an invitation by the
cording to the conch. He feels thnt the first dny of the state fair. She
North Plains; F. L. Koberstein, Gas Hillsboro Cornucopians to attend a in the evening before shooting her-'
At Scofield Mill ton;
self in the head with a revolver. It
he has one good team, but that he will wear a sash inscribed with the
dinner here Friday night at the was the nephew instead who saw
is lacking in reserves.
“Goody” letters, "Miss Washington."
snys it is hard to tell how the boys Bryant's mother is Mrs. Emma Bry
Expensive machinery belts have A. Peterson, Buxton; E. W. John chamber of commerce rooms. Both her take the gun from its regular
ant. county school raporintendont.
will stand up under fire.
been cut and other properties de son, Sherwood; J. E. Bennett, organizations will participate in the place, but didn't think anything
about it. Mr. and Mrs. Millet were on
stroyed nt the Standard Box nnd Scholls; B. T. Hart, Timber; Sadie activities of the fair on that day.
Sam Bentley was selected as sec the best of relations and, as stated
Lumber company, according to the A. Brown, Orenco; C. J. Stickney,
authorities, who believe that it is Aloha; T. V. Morgan, Cochran; retary at the meeting Monday night, in the article, after she had left the
spite work. John McNew nnd Alvin John Ocklind, Cherry Grove; Cora Jack Murton is captain of the bed several times he put his arm
Lull have been struck on the back Adkins, Gales Creek, and D. C. marching group, and T. G. Bron- over so that she would wake him
leewe will head the chorus. Another in case she attempted to get up
while acting as watchmen, McNew Whiting, Cornelius.
meeting will be held in the chamber again.
being struck when he went to in
of commerce rooms Monday night.
Funeral services were held Sun-
vestigate a disturbance in the ma
A board of religious education to Other members include Mrs. B. W. chinery room while serving as a Two Papers Sold
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day for Mrs. Millet from the Glenn
F. Bell mortuary and interment was
Whatever you want can be
foster the week-day schools of re Barnes, Miss Mary Shirley, Miss special watchman. Authorities are For Price of One
Duleina Brown, C. II. Nosier, Floyd
in the Tualatin Plains Presbyterian
gotten through the
ligious education was elected at a E. Miller, and Chester Wohler. All investigating the case.
A clubbing offer has been ar
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church, The Rev. IL A. Deck ofli-
classified columns of The
meeting of the representatives of persons interested in the work of
ranged with the Oregonian again
Sunday Afternoon ciated.
Hillsboro Argus. There you
the Hillsboro churches in the Con the Week-Day Schools of Religious Forest Grove Makes
this year, for the benefit of Ar
will find anything that you
gregational church Monday evening. Education are invited to meet with
gus subscribers, nnd anyone else
want, whether it be a room,
A budget for the work of the year the board in the parlors of the Con
that might lie interested.
The Banks and Hillsboro baseball Car Is Stolen Off
Appeal on Old Case offer
was outlined, and the method of gregational church on Tuesday eve
holds good from now on teams of the Portland Valley league
a job, a piano or an auto
financing the schools, which lire op ning, nt 7:30, to help complete the
until October 31. The Daily will play a Frank Turk benefit ball
erated under the guidance of the plnns for the winter. The bonrd
The City of Forest Grove yester Oregonian and the Argus may be game at Athletic park Sunday at
ministerial association, was planned. will meet each month during the day filed notice of appeal to the secured by mail for »6 for a 2:30 p. m. Turk, Hillsboro third
supreme court from the decision of year, nnd the Daily and Sunday sacker, was injured in a valley
It is estimated that a $2 subscrip winter months.
A Nash automobile, license 253-
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tion for each child will be necessary
Oregon is one of the leading Judge George R. Bagley in the case and the Argus for »7.80. Cash league game in the middle of the 944, owned by Otto Johnson of west
to carry on the work under a train states in the country in this activity, of James Rasmussen et nl against must accompany order.
season and was on crutches for of Hillsboro, was stolen from Third
The regular price of the Daily weeks. The regular Hillsboro line- street here last night.
being surpassed only by Ohio. Hills the City of Forest Grove. Judge
Thieves entered the Frank slaugh
Officers elected at the meeting boro has an unusually flne oppor Bagley nt that time ruled that the Oregonian is »6 and the Argus up will take the field. This is the
Miss Rose Cave, president; tunity to expnnd and extend her city could not collect for the laying »1.50, or in other words a »7.50 first time the two teams have met ter house near town last night and
of a storm sewer.
value for »6.
since Banks entered the league.
stole a 225-pound dressed pig.
H. E. Thompson, secretary-treasurer. program during the coming year.
Hoss to Take
Place Monday Year Still Lower
In Local Schools
To Local Man
Hilhi to Play
Board of Religious Education Is
Formed to Aid Week- Day Schools