The Hillsboro argus. (Hillsboro, Or.) 1895-current, September 27, 1928, Page 2, Image 2

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THE HILLSBORO
—
' ths Assembly of God Mission (Full1
■ Gospel) on West Main street are as I
! follows: Sunday school at 9 45 a.!
in., followed by morning worship at
11 o’clock.
Evangelistic message
Sunday
evening at 7:45. Christ’s]
♦ ♦♦
Orenco, Sept. 27. — School was
Helvetia, Sept. 27,—Fire is rag
Ambassadors meet Tuesday evening
Methodist Episcopal Church
dismissed last Thursday to allow the
ing
in the Helvetia ami Mason Hill
,
at
7:45.
Bible
study
Thursday
eve
­
teachers and pupils to sttenil the
E. B. Lockhart, Minister
ning. Healing service Saturday eve­ woods. Th«- high winds on Thurs­
Washington county fair in Hills­
Mr. Lockhart will preach at the
day ami E’riday started many fires
boro. All who were there comment­ morning hour of worship the key-1 ning at 7:45. ♦ ♦♦
ed on the fine exhibits, program in note sermon for th«- year the church -
from slashings that had been burn­
ed after th«- recent rain. Crews of
the hall Thursday morning, and the is entering upon. In the evening a » Foursquare Gospel Light House
rodeo in the baseball park in the platform meeting will be held with | (Formerly Full Gospel Tabernacle) volunteer worker* back fired around
afternoon.
several speakers discussing “Annual Fourth street, between Baseline and Mason Hill school house ami farm»
close by, ami saved th«- building*.
A social was given Friday eve­ Conference Impressions. or What
Oak street*
ning under the auspices of the the Bishop Said," As part of thi-
The fire crossed the Mason Hill road
school at 1:45 p. m., and and th«> barn on Chris Christensen'»
Sunday
Christian Endeavor society, which Epworth League service the pastor preaching at 3 p.
. m. Evangelistic place was burned
It is now check­
was well attended.
will tell “What a Student Pastor servjC)J at 7;45
:45 p. iu.. ___
and ____
also on
The pickers in the 80-acre date at Conference said about the young Wednesday 7 and
Fri«iay at 7:45 p.m. ed near Paul Heuschkel's place.
Neighbors back-fired on th«' Ritter
prune orchard expect to complete people at Epworth League rally."
We invite the public to these ser­ place Saturday night and on Matt
their work this week. A fair crop
♦ ♦ ♦
vices.
Mercep's east line Monday night.
was harvested this year and is be­
Christian Church
♦ ♦ ♦
The fire on th«' logged off land
ing dried at Forest Grove.
Corner Third and Baseline Streets
Hilltboro Congregational Church
burned four houses ami a tent, ami
Mrs. Ruth Will and children spent,
M. Putman. Minister
George T. Pratt, Minister
the old sawmill near th«' ol«i Elliott
the week-end at Forest Grove.
Lawrence Rose returned Saturday 1453 Washington St., Phone 471-Y
Sunday school at 10 o'clock, place. On E’riday th«> fire on Er-
Bible school at 10 a. m. 11 a. Floyd Miller, superintendent. The nest Amacher's place got beyond
from Umatilla county, where he was
employed on a combine during the m., sermon, “Leaving the First classes are now organised and there control and set fire to th«' pasture
harvest season.
» Love.” 7:30 p. m., sermon, 'Serving is a place for every one. Morning on Lippen'* place and did much
Miss Joyce Handley, who left here This Generation.
Y. P. C. S. C. worship at 11 a. m.
damage elsewhere.
a few weeks ago to begin her work and Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p.m.
Friday was Helvetia day at th«'
♦ ♦♦
as teacher in the Corvallis schools, I
Three Deer Hunters Fined
county fair, judging by the number
injured her back just before school»
Free Methodist Church
Roseburg, Sept. 21.—Three Bea­ in attendance from this vicinity.
opened and has not been able to i
verton hunters, H. P. Downing, Carl The children voted to close school
Corner Fifth and Oak Streets
take up her work yet.
Olson and Harry L. Robinson, were on Friday instead of Thursday, and
J. N. Wood, Pastor
Miss Matilda Dallinger accom­
their teachers accompanied them.
Sabbath school at 10 a. m. G. W. fined $100 each here today after
panied her sister, Mrs. Bertha Sha­
; pleading guilty to having untagged The parents co-operated with the
ver, to Monmouth Friday afternoon Bondurant, superintendent. Preach­ | venison in their possession. Deputy- teachers ami arrangements were
and returned Sunday evening. Mrs. ing at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. ni. State Game Warden Walker said he made for all to get there.
The
Willard Brown took Miss Dallinger’s Prayer meeting on Thursday eve­ had received reports the men were general report was that th«' exhibits
ning.
All
are
welcome
to
these
ser
­
place in the school room during her
killing does and fawns and were were better than ever before. The
vices.
absence.
hunting with spotlights at night. He I children, as well as the old folk,
♦
♦♦
Rev. George T. Pratt was unable
investigated their camp and found enjoyed Grandpa Bulger's cartoons
Assembly of God Mission
to fill his appointments Sunday on
carcasses of five deer, none of and talk.
account of illness. Mrs. Pratt had
West Main Street
which had evidence of their sex. No
Jackson quarry was closed Mon-
charge of the stewardship program
J. D. and Mrs. Miller, Pastors
hides or horns could be produced, day on account of the funeral of
in the evening.
The regular weekly services at he declared.—Oregonian.
Elmer Elkstrom,
was fatally
S. W. Baughman and son. Rich­
ard. drove to the Hood River coun­
try last week to pick apples.
The nursery company shipped a
carload of stock last week.
Mr. Sayre, residing just north­
west of town, is now employed as
one of the janitors in Meier A
Frank's store.
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Woodward
and family drove out to Mount
Hood Sunday.
Mrs. Bertha Shaver and children,
Pauline. Martha and Hubert, left
last Friday for Monmouth, where
Mrs. Shaver will attend the State
Normal school during the coming
year. She will keep house and the
Give the SAFEWAY man an opportunity to get acquainted with you
children will all be in school. Miss
Dallinger will look after the place
and he will soon be able to serve you more satisfactorily than
and will make her home with Mr.
you have ever been served before!
and Mrs. Eld or Henschke.
Miss Rosa Csergia had her tonsils
removed at Hillsboro one day last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett L. Smith
left the first of the week for the
Hood River country to pick apples.
They expect to be gone four or five
weeks. Their little daughter, Doro­
thy, is with her grandmother in
Portland.
C. J. Buford, residing 20 miles
south of Corvallis, called on his
granddaughter, Miss Bertha Buford,
Sunday evening. Mr. Buford is a
Fruit and Berry
Fresh Creamery
forest ranger, and although he is 83
100-tb
7(Y
years old. he still rides the range on
An All Hard Wheat
sack
/
«7
horseback.
49-It)
J. C. Wilson and daughter, Esther,
Pound
moved to Portland Monday, where
sack .
they will make their home on Wil­
lamette Heights. The Wilsons lived
here for 14 years. Mr. Goldberg
traded for the Wilson property here.
Miss Marie Hansen, a sophomore
in the Hillsboro union high school,
was taken ill with the flu a week
Broken Slices
For Dessert*
ago Monday, and has been confined
Large
2U Tins
to her room since. She is some bet­
Six Flavors
ter.
School Dismissed
For the Big Fair
a number of “The Gideons” from
Portland, who will have charge of
the service. We urge you to com«’
and hear these commercial salesmen
give their testimony.
Forest l ires Cause
Damage to the North
Distribution Without WasftéKb
YOU WILL BE SATISFIED
Once You Have Tried Safeway
Butter
1
16 a., $1.00
Pineapple
Jell Well
Ö
At the Churches
3 Cans
Christian Science Society
Cocoa
Ungraded
No. 2 Tins
2 Cans
25c
$1.39
Dozen
cans..
Corn
First Baptist Church
Fancy Yellow
S. McMinis, Pastor
Bible school at 9:45 a. m. Morn­
ing worship at 11 o’clock. Sermon
subject, “The Day of Atonement.”
Evening service at 7:30. We are to
have with us next Sunday evening
No. 2 Tins
Buy It in Bulk
Pour a cup of Max-I-Mum
Coffee and a tragro.ee will
greet you that you’ll never
forget The hest coffee*
in the world are your* in
thi* blend. They are se­
lected from the high plan­
tations of South America
and roasted in our own
plant by expert*. For ex­
pert roasting is the basis of
coffee success. Take home
a pound of thia wonderfu.
coffee today.
Filberts
Pounds
The Better Hand Soap
3
Spaulding .-»porting Goods
1152 Second St.
Phone 72
I
and »ell Fre»h Egg*. Chickens
ami Spring Chickens, live or
drossed, while you wait, on
Saturday.
Co.,
Wholesale Produce
1120 Second St.
Phone 1831 Y
Next door Modern Woodman
Hall
A
K
A ULA JUL
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UNDERSTANDING
Our regard for the Public’s Intelligence and the Public’s Confidence
in Our Policies has made the Thrift Grocers one of the lending dis­
tributors of Foodstuffs in this community.
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Thrift Values for Saturday and Monday, Sept. 29 and Oct. 1
THRIFT COFFEE
"Th«' Taste Treat"—The aroma, the flavor and the enjoyment it
gives, has made it our biggest seller of all Coffees—
Always Ground Fresh
One
Afiz* T ‘hree
to Your Order
................. pound lOU pc
pounds
Crown Flour
Shr’d Wheat
Oregon Milk
Cheese
The Popular Family Patent—
4<)-th
The
Bag
Big
Original
12-ounce
Package—Pkg.
Freshly Condensed; Purr and
Wholesome; Tall Tins; 3 cans
Full Cream—
Per Pound
•
Recleaned—
3 pounds for
$1.85
9c
25c
27c
rhe national dessert; assorted
flavors; 3 packages....
Sugar
25c
Best Food—
I’int jar
55c
Standard, with I’uree; No.
2C> tins; 3 cans for ..
Safeway Markets
Edward’s Dependable; in vacuu im puck
tins; “.Just let it percolate 'P , I
l-Jb tin ...............................
Van Camp’«; medium .size;
3 cans
53c
Shrimp
Fancy mild sugar
cured — Fine for boil­
ing or frying—
recognize the varying de­
mands of the appetite with
the changing seasons. They
change the items of their
stock with the change in
demand — always supplying
the meat with the greatest
appeal at the most economi­
cal price.
This accounts
for the steady flow of cus­
tomers through
- 25c
Cudahy’s White Rib­
bon brand, considered
by many as the best—
2 Pounds -
Store No. 47
33c
Safeway Markets
At
All
Seatons
Hillsboro
Pork Roast
Pound -
25C
A fine i pack ' of Eastern Country Gentle-
man Corn—No. 2 Tins;
2 cans for.......................
35c
10c
Lux—Keeps the skin white
and soft—3 bars
Pound
- 25C
Phone 2171
25c
Laundry Soap
White Wonder—Cleaner and
whiter clothes—10 bars
35c
Citrus Powder
1-3 I’int Squata—Very handy for table
JÄ.............. 39c
25c
Toilet Soap
Jelly Glasses
Choice Shoulder Cuts
from Safeway Quality
Beef—
27c
Tuna Flakes
7-oz. Tins of delicious light
meat—2 cans ...................
Parowax
One Pound
package ...............................
Adt/V
Sardines
5 ounces of tasty fish—
fi cans
Fame Corn
Choice Shoulder Cuts
from young, grain-fed
pork—
32c
Pork and Beans
29c
Picnics
39c
Tomatoes
Golden Marshmallow, the all purpose
cane and corn sprup
5-lb pail
American Beauty; a fine dry pac k—
Makes dandy salads—
2 cans
Smoked
25c
Mayonnaise
Coffee
Extra Fancy Pack
Shortening
Corwin Hardware
We always buy
Eggs and Chickens
Joseph Fossati
Syrup
Safeway Market Savings for Saturday
Pound
LONG RADIO
CASH PAID
Sergeant
(at police station):
“What! You back againt"
Prisoner: "Yes, sir. Any mail?"
XXXX Powdered or Golden
Brown—3 pounds
Pounds
We are now the Agentä for
the popular
FUNERAL HOME
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grott and Si.th A Wethington
Phon. 97 j
*on of Portland nml Mr. and Mrs.
till
I
BORO
OBI
GO .
were
Ernest Myer* ami family
guest* at th«’ home of Conimi Pie
ren Sunday.
Clark Zurcher roturnsd from
Southern Oregon ln»t week.
BILL BENHAM
Mr. nml Mrs. Abe Youngen mu
GOI.F
INSTRUCTOR
tore<l to Portland Sunday to vlslt
Forest Hill* Course
the Reichen family.
Mr*. Mattie Youngen went to
All Day Thursday
Portland Fridny nml vi*ited Mi-»
Make appointments nt the course
Margaret W afflar, who i» in the
(¡ood Samaritan hospital.
Mi»»
Waffler is gettine «long tiicely.
Mr». Youngen called on Mrs. Fred
Bleuer at the St. Vincent'» hospital.
Dunbar
New Crop
SPAULDING Footballs, Suits,
and Accessories. Teachers pur­
chasing for school receive club
prices.
GEO. J. LIMBER
hmocìm I ìoii .
Lima Beans
Sunday services at 11 a. m. Sun-
day school at 9:45.
Classes for
younger pupils at 11 a. m. Wednes­
day evening services at 8 o’clock.
♦ ♦♦
FOOTBALL
Time Is Here!
Community coi i «• qiomlenc«- mu,»
John Ritter of Portland vlslted
a 11 lie in th«’ offici- by Tin--du « ( r
bis fumile here la t Week.
Mr. ami Mrs. .lohiini«- Davidson
I, '1 |.| Il.... I RivtV wll'le .loimiin-
will pack apples for Ih«- Hood River
injure«! when he fell 50 feet Wed
nesday.
Ho received a fractured
skull and other injuries when he
fell, but he lived until Saturday
morning.
Mr. Elkstrom and Sid
Sanbourn had the contract of the
quarry.
Chris Zureher of Lebanon return
ed home Saturday after visiting a
tew «lays with his si ter, Mr- ». Feuer-
stein, n mi his brother, John Zur
cher.
Mr. and Mrs. I'eter Hay and John
Hay of Shady Brook, and Mr. and
Mr*. R. Stewart and family of Port
land were guest* at the Davidson
home Sunday.
Miss Freda Korn arrived Satur
«lay from San Francisco to visit her
parents ami attend the wedding of
her friend. Miss Tliektn Scheldt.
Many from here attended the
wedding of Miss Theklu Scheldt am!
L. Zureher at Phillips church Sat­
urday evening.
Mis. C. E. Korn wont to Portland
Tuesday for medical treatment.
Pkgs
Trinity Lutheran Church
Third and Walnut Streets
George Reule, Pastor
German service next Sunday at
10:30 a. m. Sunday school at 9:45.
We welcome both parent and child
to attend our Sunday school
service.
♦ ♦ ♦
SEPTEMBER 27,
ARGUS—HILLSBORO. OREGON
Large
package
25c
SALAD OIL—In Bulk—Bring Your Container---- Qt.,
Where you save on Foodstuffs
Hillsboro THRIFT Store
That’s Thrift!
39c
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