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About The Hillsboro argus. (Hillsboro, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 29, 1928)
NOVEMBER 2!», im.
THE HILLSBORO ARGUS
of Forest Grove, spent several days
] last week visiting friends and rela
lives In the Banks community.
Mrs. Alvis .McGill of Srofield
Bunk*, Nov. 2H. The Mother;’
-pent Wednesday of lust week in
club invvtlntr will be hvhi at the
horn»' of Mrs. G. W. McGraw next
Mrs. Tom Engen of Treehorn was
On account of in Banks Friday to attend th«- It. N.
the Rebekah bazaar the meeting
wmk changed from llecvinber 7 to
The Banks mercantile store hail
November 80. The olflcera for the n very attractive window display in
coming year will be elected Friday. their store on Main street in honor
of the R. N. A. convention Friday.
All the teachers of the high and
Mis» Friday Bride
grade schools left early Tuesday
Of Russell Burt
morning to attend the teachers’ in
Ml*« Esteliu Friday, daughter of stitute at Hillsboro.
Ell Hopkins of Wishram, Wash
Mr. and Mr**. John Friday, anil Itus
sell Burt of Timber, slipped quietly ington, spent the week end with
away to Hillsboro and were mar relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. J. Hutchens, uc-
ricil last Wednesday.
is well known in this vicinity, hav compunied by Mr. mih I Mm. Kli
ing lived here nil her life. Mr. and I Grindle, drove to Hillsboro Sunday
Mr«. Hurt expect to make their ; afternoon to attend religiouM ser-
vices al the Sam llulit home.
home nt Timber.
The Ki-lH-kah bazaar will I m - held
at the local hall Friday afternoon,
A committee has a
Rny Mnller of lliiiikn mid Mrs. quilt to I m - drawn, the proceeds to
Mabel Bnrrett of Vrrboort
go to th«- I. O. O. F. home in 1’ort-
married Tuesday nt Vrrboort. Both ' land.
ar<- well known In thia community.
They will make their home on the
JOHN HENRY FLEMING
old N’ni'up |>la<'<- east of Banks
wher«- a wedding dance was held
John Henry Fleming, an old resi
for them Tuesday evening.
dent of Hillsboro for many years,
died at the county hospital Friday
Funeral services wen- held
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Victor from tin- Donelson and Sewell mor
afternoon with th«-
Portland, Wednesday, tuary Monday
Novmeber 21, a boy. Both baby mid Rev. J. N. Wood officiating. Inter-
mother are doing nicely. Mrs. Man merit was in the Odd Fellows ceme-
rw'l will be remembered as Minx tery.
He was born in Iowa, November
Nellie Turner, daughter of Mr. and
I!*, 1842, and came to Oregon ax a
Mrs. M. Turner
lit- was married to J
Mrs. A. B. McFarlane spent ’ the young man.
Miss Unorn Brisbine, and two chil
week end visiting Mrs. S. K. Itoli-
dren were born to this union, both
day in Portland.
Platt Hopkins of Wishram, Wash., having preceded the father in death.
spent the week end with his parents, He was married again to Mrs. Mar
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hopkins.
Il<* tha A. Chamberlin, who passed away
returned home Sunday, taking his six years ago. At one time lie wa
il leading member of th«* Baptirt
wife und baby home with him.
Mr. anil Mrs. J. J. Robert« of church here, and later at Kirby
Amity were guests nt the W. L. joined the Methodist church.
survived by a brother and a sister.
Moore home here Thursday.
George Kessler got two turkey« Mrs. Estelia 11 oovvr of llillisboro i-
nt the Thanksgiving turkey shoot at a niece.
Miss Mabel Strunillxrg spent Sat
urday in Portland.
II. B. Dauchey left Wednesday of
last week for California to spend
the winter with his daughter and
fuiiiily nt Long Beach.
Mrs. II. J. Atlev of Corvallis at
tended the II. N. A. convention here
An announcement of vital Inter
Mr-. Norn Dooley of Forest Grove oat to tire dealer» unii tire con-
came to Bunks to attend the II. N. sumers throughout th«- states of
A. convention and »pent the night i Oregon. , Washington
with her mother, Mrs. M. A. Dodds. was received today from J. F. Cul
Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Woodman of len, recently elected president and
Scofield spent several days last week general manager of the new C T C
Tire &* Rubber company, Portland.
visiting relatives here.
Miss Lola Gilbert, who has been
C T C Tire. Back on Market
nt the E. A. Wilson home here for
is well known
several months, left Saturday for
her home at Yamhill.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wahl and
family drove to Portland Sunday to
visit with her parent», Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Kennedy and A r. Wahl
attended the K. P. lodge in Forest
Grove Tuesday evening
The evangelistic meetings
■pecial song services will continue
Mr«. Arthur Rcehr of
week with her parents,
Mrs. II. Smith.
Th«- American Legion dance
Saturdny evening was well attend
Several came from Hillsboro
and neurby towns.
Mr. anil Mr». E. E. Hopkins re
port that their son, Clyde, who is
in tin- St. Vincent's hospital in Port
land, is improving nicely.
injured in a train accident recently.
Dr. Guy Gibson of Portland is
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spending this week with his sister,
Mr«. A. ('. Wahl, and family.
Mr. and Mr«. J. E. Andrews of
Forest Grove drove to Banks Friday
evening to attend the meetings at
Rose Drvesxen and Ida Hopkins
spent Thursday in Portland.
Minnie* Wilmoth, formerly
Mr». McGraw Hostess
For Mother»' Club
Good New C T C
Tires, Tubes, Now
Ready for Market
throughout the Pacific states, due
to intensive advertising and ener
getic sales work done over th«- past
several years. The C T C Tire &
Rubber company, according to Col-
len, is the new company that has
just taken over the plant and all
a sets of th«- old Columbia Tire
Corporation, and will start at once
to manufacture and distribute the
new C T C line, which includes
tires and tubes.
In the announcement of th«- new
organization Mr. Cullen also gave
details regarding the new C T (,
tire. It will be competitive in price
and built on the
which place» a premium on long
wear und durability. Those whore
member favorably th«* old <' T C
tire of the Columbia Tire Corpora
tion will have a plea-ant surprise,
aa th«* new C T
Tire & Rubber
company product has a heavier non
skid trend, built on heavier car
cass, the sid<-
made heavier also in proportion.
Heavier weight cord ply and high
grad«- amber friction stock are used.
The reconstruction is in all models
of th«* C T C line, including bal
loons, high pressur«* tires, and the
commercial heavy duty type». Not
an ounce of reclaimed rubber is
urr-d in any new C T C tires.
Cullen is leaving for the east at
once to purchase new equipment
which will include the machinery
for the making of the new C 1 <
All C T C tubes will be
laminated and steam welded, mak
ing both the new C T C tires and
th«* new C T C tube» cornp!«*ti*-
Th«* new C T C personnel brings
into the northwest another large
payroll, as when th<- factory is op
erating under full time it will in
elud«- 125 new employes, making a
minimum of 300 tires a day, anil
an annual payroll of
capacity will be reached within
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A newspaper cannot exrape Its re
sponsibility so easily. What it pub
lishes it must be ready to stand be
hind—to prove, if necessary.
How, then, could a newspaper as
sume th«- responsibility for what
som<- anonymous writer himself re
fuse» to accept responsibility? How
can a newspaper endanger its pres
tige by printing what some un
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If the writer of the letter re
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sentiments.—Childress (Texas) In
bulk in Oregon on a slatted fi >or in
a good storage cellar provid'd with
good ventilation. There is less »tor-
a|£^lo><*thia way than v here the
potatoes are in a poorly ventilated
place and where fresh air is largely
excluded from the bottom of the
Hillsboro Concrete Brick ÔC Tile Co.
Brick, Stone Tile, Drain Tile, Silo Tile, Pier Blocks
Sewer Pipe and Culvert Pipe
J. H. KROEGER, President
Sales and Service
Expert Repair Man at Your Service
"Lan’ sakes, Opal,"
one, "why such elegant finery
You look like you mought he hunt
ing for a husban’."
“1 am, Lily, I am."
"Why, I thought you were mar
ried to that Rastus Brown.”
"I am; that’s the one I'm huntin'
Cro»ley A. C. Radio»
You cannot obtain the best results from your cows
if you feed the same grain ration with every kind
of roughage and green feed. It is impossible to
change the roughage and green feed to balance
with your grain ration, but you should feed a grain
ration that will balance with whatever you are
We carry grain rations for every condition; come
in and let us help you decide which will be the
best for your conditions.
Orpheu» Battery Set»
TEWS RADIO SHOP
1122 Third Street
Jliuii£jidvertndn£in The Argus;2f
Albers Carnation Dairy Feed
Albers Milk Flo
U. S. Chop
Albers Dairy Feed
Daisy Dairy Feed Shady Brook Dairy
that She will use
Every woman enjoys using electrical appliances. They save many steps.
This year women are asking for practical gifts . . . We suggest a few items
from our complete stocks . . . ranging from inexpensive curling irons to
electric ranges and refrigerators. Make your selections now. All may be
purchased on convenient terms, if desired.
We will conscientiously mix any formula that you
might suggest—both for Dairy and Poultry
Hillsboro Feed Company
McCORMICK-DEERING MACHINERY and IMPLEMEMNTS
1004 Main Street
This attractive, shining nickel TURNOVER TOASTER is of stan
dard construction. It is Iveaiitiful. yet simple in design. Just lower
the sides to turn the toast. HOLIDAY SPECIAL AT $4.45.
Cbitt - knock^
THE NEW WINTER
The new Ford
has a very simple and
Here are two gifts for about the price of one! A beautiful NICKEL
PERCOLATOR—7-cup size—with thirty-two piece breakfast set of
American Limoges China in Golden or Emerald Glow pattern.
Percolator and dishes-a HOLIDAY SPECIAL AT $14,50.
DID YOU KNOW
Reline Your Brakes
While You Wait?
The woman who receives an EVERHOT Jr. COOKER will indeed
be fortunate. It roasts meat or fowl and two vegetables at the same
time, sufficient for 6 or 8 persons. Waterless principle used. Uses
less current than a toaster and requires practically no attention
while cooking. Regularly $14.50. HOLIDAY SPECIAL AT $10.50.
Mark Every Grave
Sell Good Tires
that are just ns good, if not
a little better than the aver
Do Repair Work
of all kinds, and that it is
All that will survive to repre-
sent the family of today to
the family of tomorrow nrc
the memorials of enduring
Our stock is complete.
experience of 28 years nmnu-
order will rc-
reive expert attention if placed
in our care.
TlIE lubrication system for
the engine of the new Ford
is as simple in principle as
water running down-hill.
A gear pump in the bot
tom of the oil pan raises the
oil to the valve chamber
reservoir. Front here it
flows on to the main crank
shaft bearings anti the front
camshaft bearing. Overflow
oil drops into the oil pan
tray and runs into troughs
through which the connect
ing rods pass.
Portland Electric Power Co.
Better Values — Lower Prices
H. H. Stannard, Manager
Used Car Annex
R. R. EASTER, Division Manager
As the ends of these rods
strike the oil they scoop up
a supply for the connecting
rod bearing. At the same
time they set up a fine spray
that lubricates the pistons
and other moving parts.
From the tray the oil runs
into the bottom of the pan,
and is again drawn up
through a fine mesh screen
mid pumped to the valve
This system is so effective
that the five-quart contents
of the oil pan pass through
the pump twice in every
mile when you are traveling
at only 30 miles an hour.
Yet there is only one
movable part — the
As a matter of fact, the
lubrication system for the
new Ford is so simple in de
sign and so cqrefully made
that it requires practically
no service attention.
There is just one thing
for you to do. but it is a very
important thing . . . watch
the oil I Change the oil
every 500 miles and be sure
the indicator rod never reg
isters below low (L).
If the oil level is allowed
to fall below low, the suppl
becomes insufficient to oi
all parts as they should be
To insure best perform
ance it is also advisable to
have the chassis of your car
lubricated every 500 miles.
This has been made easy
in the new Ford through the
use of the high pressure
grease gun system.
Proper oiling and greas
ing mean so much to the life
of yonr car that they should
not be neglected or care
See your Ford dealer reg
ularly. He is especially well-
fitted to lubricate the new
Ford and he will do
a good, thorough
job at a fair price.
F ord M otor C ompany