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About The Hillsboro argus. (Hillsboro, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1928)
At the Churches
Hillsboro Congregational Church
age of 20 years. Classes for the
younger ones at ll a. m. Subject
of the lesson sermon this week is,
"God, the Preserver of Man."
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The bible school meets at 10 a.
Assembly of God Mission
Floyd Miller, superintendent.
West Main Street
Public worship at 11 a. tn., H. A.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., fob
Deck having charge of the service. lowed
by morning worship at 11 a.
Topic for consideration, “The Indi- m. Evangelistic message Sunday
evening at 7.45. Christ's Aaxbaaaa-
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dors meet Tuesday evening at 7:45.
Trinity Lutheran Church
Third and Walnut Streeta
Healing service Saturday evening at
George Rrula. Paator
German service next Sunday at 7:45.
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10:30 a. m. Sunday school at 9:45.
Free Methodist Church
Sermon subject, "Is Christ the
Corner Fitih and Oak Streets .
Promised Messiah?” This question
J. N. Wood. Pastor
demands an answer from every
Sabbath school at 10 a. m. G. W.
heart. It is of such a nature that Bondurant, superintendent. Preach
it cannot be permanently filed away. ing at 11 a. ni., and 7:30 p. m.
And since it is fraught with such Fra,er meeting on Thursday eve
serious consequences we welcome ning. All are welcome to these ser
you to hear the positive side before vices.
you answer the question and dismiss
Foursquare Gospel Light House
our meetings are discontinued with
the exception of the Sunday morn
ing services until after the Bulgin
revival. We urge all of our peo
ple to attend these meetings.
Friends at Party
Old alfalfa meadows are better
renovated in the fall than in the
spring in Oregon.
howing will check the growth of
grass and weeds, says the soils de
partment at the college. Beardless
winter barley may be seeded in the
mulch formed by harrowing. This
will check the growth of weeds and
grasses, as well as increase the
yield of the first cutting the follow
Brooks Hill, Dec. 13 — Burton
Brooks entertained 18 of his school
friends on his ninth birthday anni
versary last Saturday afternoon.
Miss Norma Jean Brooks, daugh
ter of Mr and Mrs Joe Brooks,
celebrated her third birthday anni
versary last Smiday at a family re
Lawrence Siedow spent last week
with his relatives before retili Hing
Miss Marjorie Siedow has been
The Brooks school will present
their Christmas program Friday.
Eggs have been used as a highly
priced food by men for centuries.
Recent investigations by scientists
have proved that there is a sound
justification in this ancient practice,
as eggs are unusually high in valu
Saints Episcopal Mission
Rev. Thomas Jenkins. Vicar
The service of the Holy Commu-
on with sermon at 11 o’clock.
Sunday school will convene at 10 a.
, and Y’oung People’s Fellowship
7 p. m. All are welcome.
inspected, but the condition of the Ill small squares and
grain is better this year. In Sep plates with n butter
tember, 1927, 2,563 carloads, or 37
per cent, were smutty, while this
Art viini. If v«rd
year only 525 cars, or 19 per cent,
were so reported
The total ex
ports of wheat out of the Columbia
were 9,744,046 bushels for Septem
ber. 1927, while this year for the
same month they were 3.846,580
bushels. For July, August and Sep
tember, 1927, exports were 15,046.•
252 bushels, and this J ear 8,053
One cup of molasses in a recipe
is the equivalent of one third cup of
sugar and one cup of liquid, One
, ’ one half teaspoon leav-
If one clip ground
nuts is used one third cup lesa but
ter is required. Three tablespoons
cocoa equal one square of ehoco-
Cheese and soda crackers are of-
ten served ns a last course nt din
Roquefort, Camembert er
Neufchatel cheese is especially de
sirable at thi' tune. It nuiv be cut
WATCH OUR REFRIGERATOR WINDOW FOR YOUR SUNDAY
Bible school at 9:45 a. m. Morn
ing worship at 11 a. m. Sermon
subject, "The Turning Point.” Big
meeting for men only at 3 o'clock
Sunday afternoon. Then at 7:30
the union evangelistic service for
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Christian Science Society
From Factory to Consumer
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name is Joshua, is it? Are you the
Joshua that made the sun shine so
Colored defendant: “No, sah. Use
the Joshua what made the moon-
shine so long.”
Joshua was a modern “nigger"
and Pool-Gardner Lumber company
is a modern lumber and building
material store, with everything for
remodeling and modernizing the
house FIVE years or older, as well
as for the ultra modern house of
Twenty cents out of every’ dollar
spent for building goes for remodel
Authorities predict an even
greater per cent and are emphasiz
ing the vast importance of this mod
ern tendency. Think it over. How-
can you modernize your home? Con
sult Pool-Gardner Lumber company.
We have had inquiries about
the price of magazine racks, so we
will set down a few items for dec
orating: Magazine racks, 85c; bread
boards, 40c; tea wagon, 36.50; end
table, 31.75; sewing cabinet, 31.25;
card table, 31-50. Fuller’s Nitrokote
Lacquer or Decoret Enamel is used
for best results.
nishes, bronzes, bronzing liquids, all
aid in adding the “personal touch”
to your Christmas gifts. Call phone
number 2691 and we can tell you
more about it. W. P. Fuller & Co.
radio program every Wednesday-
morning at 11:10,
When Cupid hits the mark
usually Mrs. it.
If we miss the mark and fail
get it all over, come in and let
The Toggery Rack is a most prac
tical gift. It uses the space on the
inside of the closet door. The price
A boy came in last week and
asked if we had spruce “to make
things of.” We did. He said he had
been looking all over town for it,
and then came to us. Boys, come
to Pool-Gardner Lumber company's
store first and save time.
“Certified by Centuries—Wood—
Use It, Nature Renews It.”
Two trucks—Good service.
RIGHT NOW! The middle of December—Just before Christmas—when a dol
lar saved will buy that little remembrance you had in mind. There's a Saving
at your Local Thrift Store on every item of your Food Supply!
Special Mid-Month Savings for Sat. and Mon., Dec. 15 and 17
Fluff Cake Flour
The Flour that insures success. FREE, for a limited time a 1-pound
package of Carnation Wheat Flakes with each package of FLUFF!
Swansdown Cake Flour—
large package ...........................
Fresh ground Yellow or White,
9-lb bag ........................................
We always buy Eggs,
Chickens, Turkeys of all
sizes, spring and large
springer Ducks and
See us first when you have
something to sell!
Joseph Fossati Co
Quick Quaker Oats
large package .......
Made from select Nuts
2'o-Ib glass jar.............
Sperry Pancake Flour—
3-Ib package ...................
Full Cream Cheese—
New Crop, seeded or seedless:
15-oz. package; 3 packages.....
Log Cabin Syrup—Cane and
Maple, medium tins.................
Pure Pacific Slope Honey,
strained in 5-Ib tin..............
Special Discount to Teachers and Churches
A fancy assortment of Creams,
coated with light and dark Milk
Chocolate. A holiday design on
each package, making a wonder
Hand-made Ron Botta, Jelly Cuts,
and Fruit Slices, A super-quality
product at Factory to Consumer
2 pounds for
Very desirable for
< litirch or School
Assorted Fruit Centers
wtih rich Chocolate
2 Pounds for 35c
Sparkling ami very
2 Pounds for 35c
A real value in
The rqal Christmas
mixed, also contains
“The Taste Treat”—Adds zest to any meal—
Always Ground Fresh
to Your Order ............................. pound.
Boys! Get an Airplane! A Thrift Coffee Wright Flyer, not a mere
glider; they actually fly, loop the loop, barrel roll, or do the Immel-
mann turn. Go to your nearest Thrift Store and find out how to get
one of these nifty cloud chasers. You can buy ’em or get ’em FREE!
Strawberry Preserves, packed for our
stores from finest berries,
3-lb glass jar................................. M vyLz
Puritan or Pabst; hop flavored, ff Qg?
No. 2>/2 tin
Macaroni or Spaghetti
The master bleacher and water soft
ener; large 32-oz. bottles;
With One 8-oz. Bottle FREE!
Red Mexican or Pinks,
3 pounds ............................
Lux—Keeps the skin smooth; Off/»
3 bars for
2 doz. 35c
Firm, Ripe Fruit
Fancy Florida Russets
Extra Quality, made
in our own factory
2 Pounds for 35c
Assortment of Walnuts, Almonds. .
Filberts, Brazils, and Peanuts
Fancy Sunk ist
Safeway Market Savings for Saturday
Have you ever noticed the
Choice shoulder cuts,
from young, grain-fed
P & G SOAP DEAI
ORANGES, California Navels
5 bars P & G Naptha Soap; 1 bar Medium Ivory Soap; 1 package
Small Ivory Flakes; and a Colored Enamel Oval Dish Pan,
VALUE, 31.25—All for....................................................................
These Prices Effective Until Christmas
I aa aa «Guaranteed Bag
Finest Semolina products,
2 pounds for....................
slightly soiled spots on kid K|IIV,,,
•*l keep <>•■....
timi fur some time, postponing t|,,,
neceully for a th- rough cleaninir.
Fresh and Cured Meats
First Baptist Church
S. McMinis. Pastor
Services are held every Sunday at
11a. m. Wednesday evening meet
ing. which includes testimonies of
healing, is held at 8 o'clock. The
Sunday school convenes at 9:45 a.
ni.. and welcomes pupils up to the
served on small ,
Wheat Export« Are Lets
During the month of September,
< Formerly Full Gospel Tabernacle)
“How would you get down off of 1927, 6,91! carload* of wheat were
Fourth Street, between Baseline and Oak
inspected at Portland by the depart
Methodist Episcopal Church
E» B. Lockhart. Minister
ment of the state market agent's
Owing to the fact that we have
"You win. How?"
Rev. Lockhart will be assisted by joined with Dr. Bulgin in his re-
"You don’t get down off of an office, while during September of
this year only 2,7 76 carloads uere
elephant. You get it off a duck.”
Rev. D. M. Shannon, and one of the
evangelists from the Baptist church
at the morning service. 11 a. m. A
mass young people's meeting under
the direction of Charles B. Clark
and Ray Gourley will be at 6:30.
»EUEMBER II, loju.
THE HILLSBORO ARGUS- HILLSBORO, OREGON
Choice open kettle
rendered Pure Lard
2 Pounds -
crowds around our market
counters? You will find nil
classes of shrewd buyers
there—folks who insist up
on Quality Meats, but are
equally insistent upon pay
ing a reasonable price for
Economy of opera
tion and enormous buying
enable us to satisfy there
people to n degree they can
not find elsewhere. We can
satisfy you too. Try us.
Morrells, mild stigar-
cured, medium weight,
well streaked with
lean, by the piece
A well seasoned Pork
Sausage made in our
2 Pounds -
1120 Second St.
Has Moved to
Munger’s Laundry Bldg.
Where you save on Foodstuffs — That’s Thrift!
HILLSBORO THRIFT STORE