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HILLSBORO, OREGON. THURSDAY, OCTOBER
For Spud and
Homemakers Will Meet Her Next Week
"If Vote Cast
In Clubbing Plan
For Cut, Also
With Local Paper
O<K. Gas Tax”
Special arrangements have been j
made with the Oregon Journal for j
a clubbing off«-r on account of the Senator Joe Dunne Speaker
number of inquiries marie about*
such a plan with the Journal. It is
On Road Economics
now possible to subscribe to the ,
- — - -
Argue and the Daily Journal by _ ______
mail for one year for $6.
The ‘ "
Daily and Sunday Journal by mah.i
and the Argus for $7.80 a year,
Th«- Argus is al««' able to offer
the TeR'grum by mail in a clubbing Payment of Little at a Time
offer for $4.50 a year.
By Gasoline Tax la Called
Announcement has been made of
the offer with the Oregonian, which
is available at the «June prices as
the Journal. The Daily* News and
the Argus by mail eqst $4.50..
If the Dunne bill lowering the
This offer holds good until Octo- automobile
____ d, ____
fee __ is r
ber .31, and has been arranged with other Dunne measure increasing the
the view of giving Argus subscrib- jfasoline tax to 5 cenU should have
ers an opportunity to take advan- the approval of the people if the
tage of the plan to secure two pa- * present road program is to be main-
jsers for the regular price of the tained,
Senator Joe Dunne
in an _____
the Hillsboro Rotary club Thurs
day, The subject of the senator's
___ was, "Economics of ~
Building in Oregon.”
In Keeping With Event
Ask Highway Metering
Argus Is Giving Prize
No Industrial Exhibits; Annex
to Bank Will Be Used for
The premium list for th«' unnuul
corn and potato show to be held
October M and 27 under the mm
pice* of the Hillsboro chamber of
commerce, th«- county fair board,
and County Agent l>. T. McWhor
ter, was announced Monday. The
show will be held in the Commer
cial National bank annex in
store room formerly occupied
th«* Perfection bakery.
Send 'Em In
Argus Electric Cooking
School Draws Attention
Of the Women of County
Cake and Pie Baking Contest Wednesday Afternoon Feature
Event of Threc-Day School;
operate With Portland Electric Power Company;
tion Is Extended to Every Woman to Hear Miss Dorothy
Hubbs, Home Economist.
Homemakers of Washington county are planning to at
tend the Hillsboro Argus free electric cooking school at the
Venetian theater, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, for they
are interested in learning new touches that will add zest to
the work in the home.
Classes At 2:30
The classes will be held each afternoon in the theater with
Miss Dorothy Hubbs, home economist of the Edison Electric
Appliance company, in charge. The Argus is co-operating
with the Portland Electric Power
company in bringing this interest
Nothing, said the senator, should
ing event to the women and men of
be done that will interfere with the
the community. A Hotpoint auto
payment of the $33,000,000 road
matic range will be used.
Petitions setting the date and bonds, that will prevent the con
place for special district road meet tinuance of the present road pro i
Much interest is being shown in
ings are being received daily by the gram and that will delay the devel
the cake and pie baking contest, the
winners of which will be announced
opment of the county market roads.
The district, place, date and hour
The senator said that the bills
of the special road niee:ingi as call that carry his name were the work
and pies must be turned in at the
ed so fur are as follows: 24, Hill of leaders in the automotive indus
Venetian theater by 12 noon Wed
school, 8 p. m., November 5; 42, try and in the automobile clubs as
A scrappy bunch of Hilhi grid nesday. An attendant will be pres
Mi.-s Dorothy Hubbs, home economist, widely known for her
Timber school, 7 p. m., November well as good roads men throughout sters smashed their way to a 6 to ent to receive the entries. There
ciency and artistry, will give lectures on better cooking Monday, Tues 3; 54, Shcwood city hall, 2 p. m., the state. He pointed to the great 0 victory over Roosevelt high school are no reservations as to the ma-
day and \\ edncxday afternoons. The housewife will learn how to bake, November 3; 46, Green Mountain number of other states in the union of Portland in the first game of the l teriais to be used.
broil, ron t, and stew in the most modern and approved manner. New school, 2 p. m., November 3; 64. that have 4 and 5 cent gas taxes.
1928 season on the local gridiron
Awards in the cake baking con
Inkley's hop house near Banks, 2
A lower licence fee would result Friday afternoon.
test will be as follows. 1st, Hotpoint
recipes and new ways of utilizing left-overs will be heard.
p. m., November 3; 48, Chehalem in more cars being on the road early
'Virginian urn set, value $21.50;
Mountain school, 8 p. m., November in the year with the result that in
The Hillsboro eleven outclassed 2nd, Premier Duplex pickup vacuum
2: 19. Helvetia store, 8 p. m., No creased use of cars would more than the visitors in every department and cleaner, value $20; 3rd, Hotpoint
vember 2, -15, Jackson school, 8 p. make up for the deficit of a little threatened the goal line of the Ted super-automatic iron, value $8.80;
Lot I- lle-t 1U ears YvlIoW Ih'lit
m., November 1; 15. Spring Hill more than $150,090, he explained. dies on four occasions, but the hand
— $3. $2’ and $1.
bridge lamp, value $5, and Sth,
school, 7 p. m., Nove aber 3 23, The gas tax, the senator said, was of fortune interfered in the nature 4th.
Scoggins' Valley rchoi J 2 P. m.. metering the road, and he argued of fumbles or penalties. The Roose- 49-Ib. sack Fisher's Blend flour,
—$3, $2' and $1.
November 3; 41
Laurel Ridge that as a man uses the road so veltians did not get the ball within value $2.
Lol 3 Be t Ill cars nil other va-
Pie bakers will compete for the
school, 2 p. m., November
rietie* o f fleh!1 corn cuiinpttinf—1
3; 12. should be pay for it. The metering the Hillsboro 20-yard line.
following awards: 1st, Miller table
Leis vville school, 10 a. m.. Novem- method di-tributes the payment out
$2 and 1
The line and backfield of the lamn, value $24; 2nd. Universal
her 3; 5, Blooming school, 8 p. m., over a period and is easy to pay.
Sweep "take* prize—1Brat 10 car*
union high team functioned so well waffle iron, value $10.50; 3rd, No.
.November 3; 10, Watts airport, 7
of corn in sh< >w- $2.
The senator said that “collectors” that it would be mighty difficult to
p. m., November 3; 8,
8. Kinton saw their opportunity and started say who were the outstanding stars 21 Manning Bowman percolator,
o ■ >1
tear icafiizat ion Grange hall, 2 p. m., Nove
value $8.95; 4th, Excel corn pop
Lot 4 —Bea t bn hel ('ommercinl
of the game. Coach Goodman said, per. value $3.50, and 5th, 49-tb
was urged of Hillsboro legion- 28, Rocky Point school, 8 p. m. No- fighting the bills.
Burbank'*— $4. $3 und $2.
Beach Road Needed
tion in t
•< s Tuesday night bv District* vemlar 3; 6. Grube I school. 1:30 p.
.-ack Fisher’s Blend flour, value $2.
Lot f> — lle-1 bushel Netted Gem»
imittcemnii Charles I). Jones, m., November 3: 3, Laurel hall. 1:30
The need of a road from Port the team is one of the best I have
Proceed* for Charity
— SI. $ 1 and $2.
cere- p. m., November 1; 31, Scholls land through Washington county to
Lot tl Be >t bushel cun rnrrcial
The cakes and pies will be sold
lies. Jones alao brought out the Grange, 1:30 p. m., November 2; the Tillamook beaches was stressed ' coached in Hillsboro. They are a
potat.as. all o thvr van etiCM coinpvt»
at auction the next day and the
d for n concentration of effort 58, Fem Hill school, 2 p. m., No by the senator, who brought out the scrappy little bunch.”
mg—$ L $3 and $2.
Pas* Bring* Score
' proceeds will be used for charitable
membership between now and i vember 3; 14, Emil Cmn >vnch near point that Multnomah county now
Hilhi started of with a bang and purposes.
Future Not Decided
Core t Gro.'e, 2 p. 1n,, November 2; gets nothing back from tHe money
— $3, $2
Every woman in Washington
William Dierdorff, newly installed 33, Verboort hall. 2 p. m. Novem- paid into the state on automobiles after a few successful end runs, a
« not decided what
that in commander, announced committee her 5; 57, Scheffiin hall, 2 p. m., as other counties now do for mar pass from Blazer to Hare scored a county is extended an invitation to
The Roughriders put attend.
zlttendance at previous
A. H. November 1; 37. Heywoo school, 2 ket road purposes.
leave Ilills- appointments as follows:
Busch, servic • officer; Jack Murton, p. m„ November 3; 16, I, >d Sargent's
Building roads by bonds, the sen up a real defense, but their backs Argus cooking schools is indicative
I.ot 9 - Best
interest with a large at
Mr. Stapleton came to Hillsboro H. I.. MacKenzie a nnd Henry Kamna, hall. Gales Creek. 2 p. m. Novem- ator Mid, meant that for every 50
bunka- $5. $1
line. In the second period the home tendance next Monday, Tui -dayand
. 7:30 p.
team opened up with some off-1 I Wednesday. Even mere man, who
for ten years he was president of more nnd L. Sutter. central mem- m., November 1; 2*.
Netted ( ¡cm*—
16, Barnes school, would be $1.50 for interest and tackle bucks and Blazer dashed is sometimes confronted with the
62, Fir Grove
problem of preparing the meals, can
Kramien, Wilbur Dillon, Boy church. 1 p. m.. November
Charle .- Walker was chairman, through for long gains.
certified potatoes competing- 3, »4 an inter«'.*1 in the Hill-boro National C.
The starting lineup: Freeman, learn much of value from Miss
bank and »us president of that in Scouts; MacKenzie, Wilbur Wil- Carpenter hi.H. Cherry Grove, 2 4, Violin si olos were played by Miss
right end; Reese, right tackle; Pat Hubbs’ lectures and is invited to at-
Sweeps taken—Bent potato exhibit stitution until it was merged with liams and Emmott Nicodemus, aero- m., November 3; 21, Buxton school, Helen Creitz, member of the music terson, right guard; Dinsmore, cen i tend.
in the ¡how, confined to bushel lots the Commercial bunk. January, niiutics. nnd Elmer Williams, . Her- 1 p. m.. November 3; 34. Scofield faculty at Pacific university.
ter; Gabie, left guard; Parley, left
1927, when Mr. Stapleton became man Frank nnd L. F. Neukirch, school, 2:30 p. m.. November .3; 52,
tackle: Hare, left er.d; Rea,' quar
Boy*’ nod Girl*' 4 II Club Prise* first vice-president and chairman of feed.
Gaston city hall, 8 p. m.. November
ter; Chase, right half; Blazer, left
th«* board of th«* merged institution.
Hal Richmond, ex-marine aviator, 2; Cl, Huber Commercial club. 8 p.
Open to club members only.
half, and Cox, full.
When Mr. Stapleton
leaves the discussed the plan for the Hillsboro m., November 3; 7, Reedville school,
Lot 12—Best 30 pounds pota
were Bagley. M. Johnston, Tongue,
bunk November j, he will have 1'lying club and expressed apprecia 2 p. m„ November 1; 25, Rosedale
toes—$3. $2 and $1.
Lot 1.1- Best 10 ear* corn, nil completed his t enty-fifth consecu- tion of the support given aviation school, 2 p. m.. November 2; 27.
Goodman takes his proteges to;
Vnricticn competing—$3, $2 and $1 live year in the banking game and by the legion.
Arcade school. 2 p. m., November
Hood River Friday afternoon to '
Armistice Day plans were dis 3; 47, Haze Ida le school, -1 p, m..
Entries must nil be made, and ex he says that he has never missed a
meet some tough competition in the
Arrangements nre in the November 3; 18, North Plains K. P.
hibits in Uio hands of the managers day.
The possibilities of the develop- apple pickers.
The banker has been prominent hnnds of the activities committee.
by It) a. in., October 26.
ment of Hillsboro as an aviation
Willard Naught. 8. son of Mr.
in activities of the city since com
Strassel^ school, 3 p. m., November center and the work of the Hills
and Mrs. O. L. Naught, formerly of
ing to Hillsboro. Hu hns been an
3; 35, Shady Brook school, 2 p. m., boro Flying club were discussed by
this city, was killed instantly Sat
officer and active member of the
November 3; 1, Tualatin city hall, Hal Richmond and Bill Harris at
urday at Hood River, when his
chamber of commerce. Mr. Staple
the chamber of commerce luncheon
father’s apple wagon was struck by
ton is a charter member of the
hall, 8 p. m., November 2; 63, Monday noon.
Dr. E. H. Smith,
an automobile driven by E. C. Jones
Hillsboro Rotary dub, and since th«'
Yantti greenhouse, 7:30 p. m., No- who is responsible for the introduc
organization of the Washington
\ ember 1; 50, Shute school, 7:30 tion of aviation in Hillsboro and
The first Boy Scout court of
The driver’s father, C. W. Jones,
County Rod and Gun club has been
P. m., November 5; and 13, R. W. who is chairman of the chamber of honor
Word was received Wednesday by active in the affairs of the sports
for the fall was held Tues- who was in the car. reported that
L. J. Merrill of the union high men.
Indictments were returned against Ritchey residence near Fores* Grove, commerce aviation committee, was day night at the Pythian temple the lights of a machine coming in
school board that the Commercial
seven by the grnnd jury, which re 2 p. m., November 3.
! with R. Frank Peters presiding. the opposite direction were blind
Casualty company did not care to
ported to Judg<- George R. Bagley
Mr. Richmond, an ex-marine avia- Robert Davis and Marvin Robb of ing and that the machine was driven
continue the work on the union
in circuit court Friday. Contrary
tor, said that with the number of troop 216 became star scouts,
into the wagon which carried
structure themselves, but would let
to previous findings of the grand
men taking lessons in the flying
Second class scout awards were lights.
The child was hurled in
it out on bids. A lawyer of the
jury, most of the cases wore not
club Hillsboro should take an im- made to Eugene Hancock and Al- front of the wagon, striking on his
company is du«- to arrive from San
for liquor law violations. Larceny
portant place on the air map. The bert Hoffman of troop 242. Corne- head.
Francisco tonight and Mr. Merrill
led with four and booze had two
Swan island ^airport
Js covered^ by lius, and Carl Hoffman and Elton ; Mr.
hopes that definite arrangements
fog much of thi ie time and Pilot Livingston of the same troop be- , to Hood River about three years
and the seventh was secret.
(rt-orge T. Brickell, 60, Chehalem
will lie made within a few days. The
Richmond was of the opinion that came first class scouts. Second class , ago from Hillsboro. While here he
Harold Emerick, Harry Mann,
surety company, under the terms of Mountain farmer, dropped dead of Dean Thompson nnd W. E. Taylor the Red Cross aid for the victims the local airport would be in de- merit badges were awarded in troop conducted the Associated gas sta
the bond, is required to see that heart trouble while chasing n cow face larceny counts and Henry It. of the Florida hurricane is $250. mand.
•242 as follows: Clifford Mapes, fire tion on Tenth street. Mr. Naught
the building is constructed nt con Tuesday. Funeral services were I Grvenburg and Victor Meltebeke (’hecks should be mailed to .Mrs.
The flying club gives 50 hours of manship and leathercraft; James is a brother of Earl and I. H.
tract price. Mr. Merrill said it was held todny at Newberg. Mr. Bric were indicted on booze charges. Earl Hobbs of Cornelius route 1 solo flying time, ten _____
___ VanLom, firemanship; Robert Coch Naught of this city.
likely some one of the other bidders kell, born in Tillamook, May 29, Many arrested during the month Mrs. E. J. Ward of Hillsboro, and time, and ten hours ground work ran, personal health.
Funeral services were held in
on the structure would be given the 1868, had betwi a resident of the availed themselves of the opportun-1 Omar Fendall of Forest Grove. Th« for $375, he said. Eleven men have second class badges in 216 were: Vancouver, Wash., Tuesday.
contract to proceed by the surety Chehalem Mountain country for 36 ity to waive grand jury indictments. Hillside Woman’s club contributed signed to take the course, but 15 Craig ******
itaiDVit.lclli, Earl I
nt- , rtliu
cl r I jXdUjfilU
years. He is survived by the widow, j
must be signed before instruction ket, handicraft, and Nelson Weaver, I „■■o.
Roy Walters on Friday waived a I
. • . by G.
will start. The limit on the club firemanship.
grand jury indictment, pleaded
C. Mobley and son,
guilty nnd was fined $500 and sen-1
First class merit badges were Burnice, of Corvallis, attended the
Pilot Richmond told of the com awarded the following in 216: Rob funeral.
fenced to six months in jail. He1
parative safety of aviation wit
...... h ert Davis, first aid to animals, and
was paroled for $250.
walking or other forms of trans plumbing; Marvin Robb, first aid;
C. J. Roseland was found guilty
portation. He said that aviation is Arvin Robb, first aid, and Milton
in a jury trial Tuesday of a statu
way down in casualties per mile as Johnson, swimming. Troop 242 was
tory charge, which was the second
compared with all other means of represented in the first class merit
Physicians and dentists, with the indictment ngninst him. The first
Edwin Vernon Garber, 31, was
badge awards as follows: Daniel i
instantly killed by a falling log co-operation of Mrs. (¡race Rich indictment was on a liquor count
Bill Harris, who is in charge of Barrett, firemanship and first aid, |
while top loading at a logging camp mond, county health nurse, will and he was given a jury trial yes a budget completed by the commit
Carl Hoffman, firemar.ship and
nt Cochran Monclay. The log rolled
terday. The jury in the first case
over him and ho was crushed. Coro Hillsboro grade schools next week. included Albeit A. I.amont, Peter The inciease is well under the six tion would be given in navigation, leathercraft.
--- limitation. November 27 theory of flight, meteorology and I
ner Glenn F. Bell investigated. The If any parents object to the exam Rahn, J. C. Armstrong, John H. Kin-i per cent
body was taken in charge by a Port ination they should call Superinten del, Lloyd Wiedewitsch, Frank B. has be een set as the date for the parts.
A bottle of Prunpo’t, donated by
_ matter of
dent C. H. Nosier,
(leveland, Ebert Ohling, Henry annual meeting.
__ the o Major Fruits
fruits Products com-
Herb, H. R. Hollman, George A. teachers’ salaries, ! $28,305, is the
___ _ of $22,- pany, was at every table and J. C.
Kirkpatrick, Flank J. Holboke and largest single item. A
B. L. Adams. The jury on the first 578.79 will have to be raised by Beers told of the qualities of the
He said that the plant
indictment included Frank B. Cleve direct taxation.
Members of the budget committee might possibly be moved to Hills
The federal government will fur
Rahn, Frank J. Holboke, William (’. are W. C. Christensen, E. J. Mc- boro in the near future. Ice cream nish a man and pay his salary to
( hristensen, J. (’. Armstrong, George Alcar, M. H. Stevenson, Dr. J. 0. was donated by the Hillsboro Ice serve as assistant county agent and
Robb and E. I. Kuratli.
(Continued on Page Four)
Works and cookies by the Perfec- club leader, provided the county |
Miss Anna Grabhorn has resigned tion
W. W.' ~
Boscow fur- will pay his field expenses. This!
* “ bakery.
The grain nursery on the Fritz Kink, Jenkins Club and White Win
her position in the fifth grade of nished the prize.
»* ‘«S' the
substance V v of L it a pi
of the presented to the county court Fri-1
Elsner farm this year had fourteen
will day morning by Frank L. Ballard of
varieties of full sown grain. Kink bushels less per acre.
been selected to fill the vacancy.
speak Monday and Mayor M. P. the extension service. Mr. Ballard
ranked first in yield with Jenkins
said that the diversification of the
club a dose second, and yielding barleys, Tennessee Winter was first
Where to go for this service
Dr. Smith told of the thrills and crops here, together with the size
only one half bushel per acre less and O. A. C. 38 second. There was
and for every other type of
of the county, made it impossible *
than Kink, and White Winter was only 3.5 bushels difference in the
The charter members of the Cof
| is now one of the 60 owners of air- for County Agent O. T. McWhorter
service possible from pro
third in the class of Willamette val yields per nerc. ._ There is a qunn- fee club will be guests of honor of
* planes in the state.
to cover the county thoroughly.
fessional to mechanical may
tity of I). A. C. 38 seed barley in the club Friday afternoon at the
The proposition presented to the
be found each week in the
For the past two seasons Jenkins the county.
meeting in the chamber of com
Club has been first in yield in these
The proposed citv budget for
(¡ray Winter oats is still the merce rooms, and a good program
ber of requests from the county for
Hillsboro Baainea* and
nursery tests. As a matter of fnct leader with no close competitor,
1929 will be presented to the bud
has been prepared.
an assistant agent and club leader.
the yields of Jenkins Club, White
The grain nursery will be placed
Mrs. Louise Palmer Webber of get committee at the special meet
Winter and Kink rank closely to on the farm of Hen Heesacker in Portland, prominent lecturer and ing of the council Tuesday night.
pether, but Jenkins Club has been the Verboort community this fall. dietician, will be the speaker of Members of the committee ore
the high yielding variety nt the O. There will be 270 rows of grain 16 the afternoon. The subject will be Harry Hill, S, C. Killen. L. T. Mc-
Buy Elder Business
banks will bo closed
A. C. experiment stution for the feet in length. This nursery will “American Home,” with Mrs. A. W. I heeters, Glenn Stapleton, M. H
past few years.
E. A. Larrance and Elmer Peter
Miss Marcella Stevenson and W. Verne McKinney. Friday on account of Columbus
be laid out under the direction of Havens as leader.
also a non-judicial day, son have purchased the Marshall El
A permit to build a $500 brooder
Hybrid 128, which is used In the O. A. (’. experiment station and Richards will be the soloist.
slab wood business and will do
Hostesses for the afternoon will house was granted Fred Hughes &
parts of the county, yielded ten is planned to obtain comparative
"Read the ads,—It pays I”
Business houses will business under the name of the Star
bushels less per acre than did the yields on the different varieties of be Mrs. M. McParlnnd, Mrs. L. C. Son by Mrs. McDaniels, city record be closed,
maintain their regular hours.
Riggs and Mrs. A. M. Carlile.
threo leading varieties, namely, grains.
All entries should be sent to
L. Moore, secretary of th«' chamber
of commerce, or to O. T. McWhor
ter. county agent.
The show will be limited to corn
and potatoes ami there will be no
industrial exhibits as in the past.
Business houses will compete for
the Hillsboro Argus prize for the
be t looking window «lisplay. The
thought of the retail trade commit
tee of the chamber of commerce Is
to make the city breuthe th«' spirit
of th«* show, and all windows will be
in keeping with th«- event. Corn
stalks will bo placed in the llag
holt's along the street.
The varieties and first, second
and third prizes are us follows:
Urged to Take an
Rcsigns As a
Active Part Here
Former Local Boy
In Auto Accident
To Local Folk
First Honor Court
Held; Awards Made
Grand Jury in
High School Mattei-
May Be Settled Soon
Farmer Drops Dead
Red Cross Sets the
Quot«! for County
To Examine Pupils
Logger Crushed by
Of Grade Schools
Falling Log Monday
Adopt Grade School
Budget at Meeting
Assistant Agent Is
Offered to County
Relative Yield of Different
Varieties of Grain Shown
Will Be Honored
City Budget Will Be
Banks, Court House
Will Close Friday