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About The Hillsboro argus. (Hillsboro, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1929)
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hall, Sunday evening, January 13,
and Thursday evening. January 17.
on the interesting subjects—"Why
did not an allwise and powerful tied
destroy Satan as sono as he had
sinned?" and "Angels, how many
r.re there, are they real beings, will
man ever become one?"
music at 7:30 p. m. Speaking S
p. m. All welcome.
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school at 9:45.
5 ou are cordially
welcomed to visit our services.
At t 2 p. in. the voting members
will meet again for further disella
sion ci the business tabled in the
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at tl a. tn.; Evangelistic service nt
7:46 p. in ; Young People's meeting
on Wednesday evening al
preaching on Friday evening
Helvetia, January 17.—Officer»
Ail Saints Episcopal Mistión
for the year were installed Sunday
First Baptist Church
Kev. Thomas Jenkins. \ tear
evening at the meeting of the Chris
S. M.Mints. rastor
Next Sunday the Archdeacon o
tian Endeavor society. Abe Younger
Bible school 9:45 a. in. Morning the Diocese will lx» in charge of th«
was installed as president; Clarence
worship II o'clock; sermon subject M»rvicei, taking the place of Dr
Hillsboro Congresalional Church
Baderstcher, vice president: Li
"Jewels of Promise1. Evening serv Jenkins. The Holy t'oininunion wil
Bible school at 10 a. ni. Public ice 7:30; sermon topic "Joy Un be celebrated nt 8 o'clock, churcl
worship at 11 a. in. Topic for con speakable.” B. V. P. U. meets at school at 10. Eucharist and sermoi
Sam Siegenthaler organist.
Members of the Christian En- sideration, "The llane of Haste." II. 6:45 p. m. A most cordial welcome at 11 a. in.
No evening is extended to these services.
deavor society attended the program A. IX'ck will speak.
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at the Bethany Baptist church last service.
\rchoeacon will take charge ol
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Christian Science Society
Sunday. The program was given by
Hillsboro, agisted by Mi-> Morrison
Methodist Episcopal Church
the young people's society from the
This Society is an authorized a recent graduate of Berkeley I'rain
K. II. Lockhart, Minister
Salem Baptist church. The society
The coining Sunday the pastor be
will meet at the home of Elmer
gins a series of sermons covering First Church of Christ, Scientist, in
Foursquare Gospel Light House
Guerber Sunday evening.
some of the great questions of the
(Formerly Full G.wyd I'nbertiaclel
Louis Mertz of Deer Island »pent day
Services are held every Sunday
Street, between Bnacline and Oak
the week-end visiting friends and
at 11 a. tn.
school at 9:15; preaching
The community hall meeting will of the church during the remodel cordially invited to attend these services 11 o’clock; sermon. •The
ing upstairs which will take two
.Adventure of Faith.” Evening serv-
be held at the School house Friday more
Sundays. The sermons arc1 as services. Sunday school convenes at ices at 7:30; sermon. "The Adv ell
"Problems For Christian
Midweek SVIA 1CV
Mrs. John Davidson is at Ver follows:
pupils up to the age of 20 years. ture of Faith."
nonia with Mrs. Joe Hershey, who is Solution,” "Big Questions Demand Classes for the younger children at 7:30 p. in. Thursday. Church night.
ing Answers." "Titanic Tasks That
ill with pneumonia.
11 a. m. The subject for this week
Herb Schram of Banks motored to Challenge" and closing with "World is Sacrament.”
The proportion for a very »o
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Helvetia Friday to get his wife and
custard is three to four eggs to one
Free Methodist Church
Mrs. Schram and baby thi- Sunday night.
quart of milk; for a firmer custard,
The Epworth League is busy get
Corner Fifth and Oak Streets
are getting along nicely.
four to six eggs to one quart of
J. N. WisxL Paster
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Youngen have
Two eggs to one cup of milk
stitute here, and the Sunday school
Sabbath school at 10 a. m. G. W. milk.
had the flu.
the new superintendent, .1. N. Bondurant, superintendent. Preach make a custard that will unmold,
Miss Oneita Susbauer, teacher in under
Wiley, promises great work for the ing at 11 a. m.. and 7:30 p. m. while thro1 eggs to one cup of milk
the llelcetia school, was unable to
Prajer meeting on Thursday eve makes a very firm custard. When
meet her classes one day last week winter. The public is invited to all ning. All are welcome to these ser using yolks alone three to four yolks
on account of illness.
to one cup of milk makes a firm
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Heck and Boots Feuerstein are
custard. One tablespoon cornstarch
Trinity Lutheran Church
They plan to
may be used for each egg omitted.
Central Church of Christ
Third and Walnut Streets
go as far south as the Mexican
Geotve Reuls. Pastor
Corner Third and Bacaline Streets
M Putman, Minister
For Sale—Old newspapers at the
German services next Sunday at
The people of Helvetia community 10:30 a, m., Bible study and Sunday
Sunday >chooi 10 a. m. Morning Argus otlice; 10c per bundle.
are invited to inspect Washington
County'.- New Store. Pianos, Radios.
Washing Machines, G. E. Refrigera
tors. Electric Ranges, Vacuum Clean
ers, Hot Point appliances. Electric
Clocks. Electric Fixtures and a com
plete line of Eletric.il supplies. Radio
Sales and Service. Wiring. Repairing,
and Contracting. The best of service
and a square deal to all. K. A. Price
Music & Electric Co., 1160 Second
St, Hillsboro, Ore. Phone 1911.
At The Churches
üiitribution 'Without Waiie,
There are a great number of hous
es right here in Hillsboro that are
not income-bearing because they are
old and neglected. A good work
man with a few boards, nails, wall
board, shingles and paint could make
them into desirable and profitable
homes, Owners think it over, then
come in and talk it over with Pool-
Gardner Lbr. Co.
Do you need a good carpenter,
plasterer, brick-mason, or painter?
For information call 2691.
“Certified by Centuries—Wood—
Use it! Nature Renews it.” Get
where they've got it, and get
Pool Gardner Lumber Co.
Building Material Merchants
skinx of beets.
The ■tandiird proport io nfor a
MOU f f It» is one cup of thick white
«Mice*, three ekks, yolk* and white*
separated, and three fourth* of a
cup of finely chopped meat, fi»h,
eliro •«' or vu « labh
2 lb. roll. . 95c
We Make Our Own Sausage
1 Bbl.. 4 sacks
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Oregon Full Cream—
< orn Meal—Yellow or While
in 9 lb. Bag
21 2 tins
Preferred Stock Creamed
I'etider and nourishing__
No. 21 2 tins—2 t ans
High Grade Illite Rose Rice__
Soda Crackers—3 II».—half
\\ hole Wheat Fig Bars—F resh
merit—Actually melt in your
mouth -2 llis.
Preferred Stock Tiny Kernel Corn, 1 lb. tin__
A. & L. ’ Yellow
('orn, Del Maize Variety__
No. 2 tins—3 cans
2 tins—3 cans
Preferred Stock Telephone Pea?
1 lb. tins—2 tans
Bull's Eye Standard Peas—
No. 2 tins—3 cans
Safeway Market Savings for Saturday
Mild Sugar Cured
Bacon Back, nice and
A very fine quality
4 For ICC
Open kettle rendered,
pure lard ; an unusually
price for quality
Big, fat, juicy Frank
furters; fine for Sand
wiches or with Sauer
A well seasoned pork
sausage, made in
Pound - 25C
Store No. 47
Corn Flakes or Post
Choice Shoulder Cuts
from young grain-fed
Del Monte Bum ¡»kin—No. 2 can—Makes
3 cans ................
No. 21-, tins
T h o m [iso n 's Seed less__
4 lb. Pkg.
No. 2 tins
With the purchase
of 2 Pkgs. Kel-
loggs All Bran we
will give away free
a handsome Muf
No. 2 '/a tins
Karo Syrup—5 lb. Red Label C.ian—Puts
the finishing touch to those
A Muffin Pan
A fine pure vegetable Oil—
Fancy Halves No. 2* g
Meats and Laid
Case 4 doz.
Bakes exceptionally fine grained
Bread and Biscuits. As the price
of wheat is advancing on the mar
ket, we advise you to lay in a sup
ply before we are compelled to
advance our price.
We Offer For Friday and Saturday
A liters Flapjack Flour—large Pkg.__
M akes delicious light pancakes
THE BEST IN MEALS
In conjunction with National Thrift Week January 17th Io 23rd.
These Prices Will Make You a
First Solo Flight
I DA’t THRIFT SALE — Saturday, Monday and Tuesday
January 19, 21 and 22
Trades at Safeway
It is the ambition of the Pool-
Gardner Lbr. Co. to carry the most
complete stock and best quality of
Building Materials, give the most de
pendable service at the most reason-
Miss Milling Makes
You make them so by shopping this modern way.
our convenient Thrift Store makes your shopping a pleasure.
will tell you why she
Mose: “Ambition boy, dat's me.
Ah hates de lazy.”
Jim: "Mose, what you* all talkin'
Why you’se so lazy you
won't even shiver when you'se cold.”
You have heard it said of the
packing companies that they save
everything but the squeal. Well, the
lumber manufacture» even save the
fertilizer* in conjunction
ite. This also seem* to give
ninni blight or length of
I Power*, chief of
planting, followed by
irrigation to increase
period, k also found
Evangelist G. J. Seltzer, formerly
of Chicago, will speak at the Grange
Herman Kestek of Phillips is also
modernizing his home by installing
a complete water system and re
modeling the kitchen and bathroom.
“Sterling” plaster wall board is be-
ing used for the walls, P. B. Kent
is doing the work.
Propose New Market
1929 Cash and Carry Prices
A modernizing job that is just
getting under way is that of Walter
Dysle of Bethany, The work is be-
ing planned and done by Fred Zah
ler, carpenter and builder.
JANUARY 17. i «20
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Post Toasties or Corn Flak.«
21 j'H>. jar ...............................
Thrift Strawberry Preserve.«
fine flavored Preserves—
lute Wonder—"A snowy line in half
I he Soap that make.» washing
an enjoyment— 2 Pkgs.
/■ p* —
‘The Taste Trent.“ , A delicious flavor
‘hat satisfies and llnji gers—
Chipped Beef—in convenient
smiill JilFS—2 JIIFH
Where you save on Foodstuffs
HILLSBORO THRIFT STORE
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