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THE HILLSBORO ARGUS—HILLSBORO, OftEGON
JANUARY 17, 1929
Ranks Community NewQ
MRS. J. J. HUTCHENS, Correspondent
and three children of Yamhill were
guest* at the Eli Grindit* homo here
Mrs. Ilildcbrant was form
erly Mins Rhoda Landen.
Mr. und Mr*, W. B. Armentrout
visited Sunday with Mrs. Armen-
| trout'* mother, Mr*. Jackson, in
Banks, January 17—While looking Hillsboro.
over ome old papers recently, W.
The people of Bunks community
Walker found u copy of th«1 Au J nr« invited to inspect Washington
rora. one of the first newspapers County’» New Store Pianos, Radios,
printed in Washington county It was Wa iling Machin«"«, G E. Refrigera
printed in Forest Grove in Septem tors, Electric Kung«'*, Vacuum Clean-
ber. 1882. Il«1 also found u copy of I er», Hot Point appliance*, Electric
the Indian Citizen, printed at Forest I Clocks, Electric Fixture* and a com-
Grow Chemnwa Indian school in j plete lino of Eletriciil supplies. Radio
IKM7, when the school wa* located Sul«1« and Service, Wiring, Repairing,
there. This school wus later moved and Contracting. The be t of -civic«'
to Salem. Th«1 latter contains nn I mid a squure deal to ull K. A. Price
article about Mr. mid Mr*. Sam \i , |e a Electric Co., 1160 8«con<l
Walker, who ueii1 teaching in this St., IIill*l«or<>, Ore. Phone I IO I.
Mr. Walker taught shoe
Mrs. E. L«'hinun left Tuesday for
making and iiis wife taught dress I’ortlund, where she expect* to make
making. The following article* are her home.
from thl* paper:
Mr. mul Mr*. Isu Ervin ami chil
“Mrs. Minnie Walker, tin1 senin- dr< n of Portland, Mr. and Mr*. A.
Mre■■*, is nicely located in th«1 girl*' N. I’ool ami two buy* of .Monmouth
dormitory. Her department i* neat und Taylor llalli'ik of Newport nt
in it* appearance nn«i th«1 girl* are tended the funeral ef Mi*. W. T.
tractable and, for th«1 most part, Sellers Monday. Mnry Kingston of
desirous of milking thomsi'lve* per ll' iivi'iton also uttended the funeral.
fect dressmaker .
We hop«1 thut
Eli Hopkins of Wishram, Waith.,
before long they may be able to i* visiting hi* parent*, Mr. and Mr*.
start a dr« 'making shop, and when I1.. E. Hopkins, und relatives.
they return to th«-ir home* they will plans to leave next week on a three
be a credit to their people and this month*’ pleusur«' trip to Culm.
Mr. mid Mr*. Eugene Shipley anil
On the evening of October lit, Imnily drove to Hillsboro Sunday to
Old Chemawa was visited by a band *e«< hi* father, N. (’. Shipley, who
of lively young reveler«, who were hu* been ill.
bent on giving Mr. and Mr*. Walker,
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wuhl and two
our worthy shoemaker and seam toys drove to Portland Sunday to
stress, a surprise.
v. it Mrs. Wuhl’» parent* Mr. und
“Th«1 cun-«1 of nil this hilarity wa* M r*. S. Gibson.
Mr. »Vihi und
th«1 fact of thut day being the tenth I « link returned Sunday evening und
anniversary of their wedding duy. Mr*. Wuhl and John remained until
The .el eiiail« r- approached n* stealth Tuesday evening.
ily ii* possible, trying to conceui
their lantern* behind them.
After niii'ic by tin1 bund, u chorus
wa* sung by the pigs, who were
waked up for th«1 occasion, with an ♦--------------------------------------------------- *
ncconipaiiinK'nt played on u tin pun.
Mrs. Walter Anderson underwent
All were invited to enter and witness
tin1 renewing of the marriage vows. an operation at a Portland horpitul
The worthy groom with hi* blushing lunt week.
Mrs. J. Coward suffered a stroke
bride stood at on«1 end of the room
mid were speedily made one, Rev. of paralysis at her home here last
Willi* performing th«1 impressive week.
Sanford Roger* ha* had a new
The broom wus then
produced mid after much persuasion, radio installed.
Eva Wolf ha* returned to school
the newly wedded pair were induced
to jump the broomstick.
After after a few weeks' illness.
J. Turner, who has the bnrber
music by Mi- Walker, Mis* Pitt and
others, refreshments were served. shop, has been kept from hi* duties
All indulged in mid appreciate«! this by illness.
Mr*. Harry Weaver and Mrs.
purl of the program, you muy be
sure. A general good time ensued, Andrew Denholm were Portland vis
mul when the tune came for good
Charles Maxey of Wheeler avenue
night to be said, all wished Mr. and I
.Mrs. Walker ninny happy return* ofj underwent an operation at the Good
tins, their wedding anniversary, und Samaritan
m<«»t of th«1 Indies carried home a Saturday.
Work is progressing on Aloha's
piece of wedding cake to dream
new Finance building on the corner
Sum Walker with hi* brother, W. of Wheeler avenue and the highway.
The residents of Aloha-lluber
G. Walker, m>«l nephew, Charles
Walker, are members of the Walker are invited to inspect Washington
Brother* orchestra, old time mu County's New Store. Piano*, Radios,
Washing Machines, G. E. Refrigera
tors, Electric Ranges, Vacuum Clean
Hood River, ers, Hot Point appliance«. Electric
nephew of W. G. Walker, attended Clock*. Electric Fixture* and a com
tlie funeral of his uncle, Robert plete line of Eletricol supplies. Radio
Walker, Sunday, and remained for Sales anil Service. Wiring, Repairing,
a visit with hi* unde, W. G. Walker, and Contracting. The best of service
8. A. l hitmlH'rlain of Gresham, anti a square deal to all. K. A. Price
who ha* been visiting at the Roy Music A Electric Co., 1160 Second
Stufford home, left in*t week for . I . HiUaboro, < >r<' Phono 1911.
Mr. and Mr*. Fred Enni* of Hills Woman’s Relief Corps
boro called on friend* in Bank* Sun Installed Officers Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Georg«« Wilson and
The Woman’s Relief Corps in
two daughter* of Watts were Sun- stalled the 1929 officers Friday
tiny „gu.-t* of Mr. and Mr*. J. J. afternoon at the Veterans’ hall. Mrs.
Lilian Brock was installed as presi
Mi and Mrs i>. P. Hopkins of dent, and the other officers installed
Tillamook were week-end visitor* at were Nellie Startcell, senior vice
th«' <’. A. Shipley home her«- and Bl president; Belle Walker, junior vice
th«' N. C. Shipley home in Hillsboro. president; Mary Sabin, chaplain;
The county health nurse visited
the school* in this locality last week.
Mi** Mamie Sandy of the Watts
M'hol and Miss Ethel Wilson of
Portland spent the week-end with
Minn Clara Hutchens.
Bernard Seller* of .Monmouth and
Denn Seller* of Bend were called
home Inst week by the illneaa an«i
death of their mother, Mr*. Ellen
Sellers, who «lied nt their homo on
1’nrk street early Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mr*. Ellis McGraw and
children of Vernonia called on rela
tives here Sunday evening.
J«'* Miller of Sheridan visited
friends here Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hildebrant
Old County Papers
n X xjtXXiOOCX K>U< X.XJOtXXDtXXiMXiMJti
Billiards and pool offer an
evening relaxation thnt
tops off a heavy day. Ar
range now to spend at
least one evening a week
in our beautiful, well-
equipped billiard rooms.
Your Own “Gang
for an Evening a Week.
Tablet Can Be Reserved.
Stannnrd, secretary; Margaret Elder,
conductor; Flor« in «• Peter»«in, a
hitunt conductor; Mu«1 Cook, guard;
Mary Ward, u «i-tant guard; Coru
flyre, pre** correspondent; Anna
Gurrvtt, musician; Ethel Jacobson,
Faye Kellington, Maud Dicka*on and
Franka Ol*« n, « «dor bearers.
Mr*. Mury O'Brien Roger* wa* in
stalling officer, a««i»t«'d by Mr*.
Orpha t'arlib- u- conductor.
Visitors from Forest Grove Relief
Corp* were Mr*. S. Smith, Mr*. ('.
Ilurrison, Mr». S. Danaer und Mr*.
After a splendid program, light
refreshments were served.
The next meeting will be Friday
afternoon, February l«t.
To Have Joint Meet
A joint meeting of the American
Legion and Jagion Auxiliary will be
held at the Veterans' hall Tuesday
evening. The veterans plan to re
verse the tables this time and wrvc
Louis Leonetti, 27, son of Mr. nn<l
M, . I : Leonetti of Beaverton, died
January x in Portland.
service* were held Thursday at St.
Cecelia'* church at Beaverton and
interment wa - in the Catholic ceme
tery on Cooper Mountain.
He is survived by the parents anil
the following brothers und sister*:
Mr*. Leo Novielli of Beaverton,
Tony, Frank, Rose, Amelia und
Virginiu, all nt home.
THE END OE THE YEAR
The year is finished and you close
its book und drcam u while;
Each page records the path you
trod—each tear and smile—
The joy you knew, the sorrow und
the care met on the way,
The love that guarded you, the light
that guided you from day to duy.
By The Yellow Rust
As high as 40 per cent I ohh in red
raspberry plantings from breakage
of canes as they are trellised up is
reported to the experiment station
from several sections of the state.
Thl io ,. according '0 Dr. 8. M Zoi-
ler, plant pathologist, is caused by
the yellow rust of raspberries.
The breakage is caused by lesions
which form around the baa«' of the
canes, making them extremely brit
tle. Similar breakage is also caused
by the work of the raspberry cane
borer, but the two may be distin
Where the damage Is caused by the
cane borer, the hollow center of the
cane where broken is filled with
the brown trass left by the borer.
Lesions caused by the rust are
seldom serious until the second
year, by which time, if numerous,
they hinder the rise of sap, causing
easy breakage and depriving the
canes of sufficient sap to carry the
fruit to maturity.
No satisfactory control measures
have been found for this yellow
ruspberry rust, states Dr. Zeller in
writing on the subject, but careful
sanitation by removing and burning
all old canes, fallen leaves and
refuse as soon after the harvest a.s
possible will usually prevent the
disease from becoming serious. While
such measures do not eliminate the
possibility of infection from lesions
on the new canes, such infection, in
most seasons, is practically neg
In seasons when the spring rains
continue late, the yellow rust often
develops to such an extent in the
Pacific northwest a.s to cause partial
defoliation in badly infected plant
ings. Although the actual loss of
crop due to this disease is hard to
determine, any appreciable amount
of leaf loss must have some devita-
izing influence on the affected
The year is finished, gone beyond re
call, each thought and deed,
And only memories that blesx and
burn remain as seed
From which shall grow the flower
you yet must know,
Before the last milestone is reuched
.and you, too, must go.
Give a treat
tu your tired body by
taking it to
Hillsboro Business and Professional Directory
The merchants and professional people listed on this page are known as reliable
business men and women of Hillsboro. Here you will find the business places listed
alphabetically, which will Berve you economically and promptly. When you call on
them please mention that you saw their advertisement in The Argus.
For Information about Directory or Its Advertisers call The Argus__ 2«1
AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE
Motors, Starting Motors, Generators,
Magnetos, Batteries, Carburetors
LENTZ & CROW
Second and Baseline
We have a few neatly
General Repair Work
EVE’S BEAUTY SHOPPE
The POLICYHOLDERS’ COMPANY
Ina tailed—Permanent Wave« a Specialty
General Repair Work
Willys-Knight and Whippet Service
J. N. DICKEY, Prop.
1152 Third Street
Realistic and LeMor Permanent Wave«
Marcelling, Water and Finger Waving
Shampooing, Facial«, Manicuring
SANITARY BEAUTY SHOPPE
Over Weils—Telephone 1471
AUTO TIRE SHOP
CHIROPRACTIC AND NATURO
BAILEY’S TIRE SHOP
Dr. George T. Darland
1332 Washington St.
CHAS. L. WALKER
Oregon Fire Relief Association
Phone 1732__________ 1164 Third St
PHYSICIANS and SURGc-ONS
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
DR. WILLIAM M. ROBNETT
DR. J. B. DINSMORE
Physician and Surgeon
12S4 Second St.
“The Safe and Sure Highway to Health**
Office in Commercial Buiidina
Telephone 142; it no anawer. call Uli Z
CLEANING AND PRESSING
DR. J. O. ROBB, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon
Evening» and Sundays by appointment
Commercial Building—Off of Second Street
Summer Price* Still In
Cleaning and Pressing
lVices will soon raise, don’t delay
“Let Jim Clean It”
Coal .......................... $15.50
Briquets .................... $15.75
Wood .......................... $3.50
Lady attendant—New Modern Limousine Funeral Coach and
equipment. Chapel and Private Family Rooms. Calls answered
at any distance, day or night.
Office hours 10 to 2 and 2 to 6
District Surgeee S. P. end P. R. a N. Rys.
Office—Telephone Building, Second Street
Raidence—Corner oí Sixth and Washington
Phones: Office 2921—Res. 2923
Elmer H. Smith, M.D., D.O.
X-Ray Diagnosis and Treatmenta
Block or Slab
DR. RALPH DRESSER
Hillsboro Ice and
Room 10, Commercial Building
Evenings, Sundays by appointment
Telephone 2661 •
1277 North Range Street
Jkr £«eeeerfe»/ Tr—tfrlaft—
L. B. Smith, D.O.
Office* over Commercial National Bank
Office Phone »72
Residence Phone 471
DR. D. E. WILEY, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon
DR. W. E. PITTENGER
Telephones: Office 2681; Res. 2682
Offices over Delta Drug Store on
Office Ph. 991-X
Res. Ph. 1991-X
y CHEVROLET j
DR. W. H. PASLEY
Offices in Heidel Building, upstairs,
Main Street, near Third
o£ Chevrolet History
Dr. T. L. Perkins
Office Commercial Bldg., Hillsboro
Hours 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Of. Ph. 2011X
Res. Ph. 2234X
a Six in the price range of thefour/
Studio at home of Mrs. C. E. Deich-
man, 1372 Baseline street
PLUMBING and HEATING
W. H. HUFF
Plumbing and Heating Contractor
1115 Second Street
.epresents Z|. years of Development
and over a Million miles of Testing
Day and night, through
winter's cold and sum
mer’s heat, the incessant
testing w ent on—until the
present motor was de
veloped and finally pro
At the same time other
were perfecting other
parts of the chassis. And
another great automotive
devoting its gigantic re
sources to the creation of
the finest, sturdiest and
most beautiful bodies ever
offered on a low-priced
As a result, the Outstand
ing Chevrolet offer« an
order of well-balanced ex
of performance, comfort,
beauty and handling ease
that is truly remarkable
— with a fuel-economy of
better than 20 miles to the
gallon of gasoline.
You owe it to yourself to
see and inspect this re
markable car. Come in
Coupe•e e *••e 4
Sedan......... 4 4 e
ible Landau .
l ight Delivery $
1ty Ton Chaut» $
All pricet f. o. b. Flint,
House Wiring and Contracting; estimates
promptly given;* authorized RCA “Radiola”
dealer; electric appliances and equipment—
H. E. Webb Electric Service
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
OREGON FARMS COMPANY
F. O. EAGON, Manager
Twelfth and Oak Streets
Fine Cut Flowers
Floral Designs, Fancy Baskets,
Potted House and Garden Plants
NEWSHAM FLORAL CO.
1308 Main Street
AU Kinds of Insurance
KURATLI & WISMER
1236 Second St.
BERT C. HUNTINGTON
Funeral Designs—Choice Cut Flowers
Wedding and Floral Pieces
1213 Third Street—Hillsboro, Oregon
Residence Phone 20S«
On the Highway at City Limits
The Dr. E. H. Smith
RUBBER STAMPS and SEALS
SHEET METAL WORKERS
DR. E. H. SMITH. Manager
Galvanized Iron Skylights, Cornice«,
and Rooting; Heating, Ventilating
All Doctors Welcome
Telephone Hillsboro 873
1859 Washington Street — Hillsboro
General Hospital Cases
Maternity Cases a Specialty
R. J. Higdon Motor Co.
Upstairs, Shute Savings Bank -Ä
1134 Second Street
Res. Phone 2592
1005 Seventh Street
HARE, McALEAR & PETERS
At torney s-at-La w
Correspondent Pacific Coast Branch Office^
Farm Loan Division, Metropolitan Life
Insurance Company, New York
Makes Own Adjust
Pays Claims Person
JONES AUTO TOP SHOP
FOR REAL SERVICE
1246 Lincoln Street
L. J. Rushlow
PRINCESS BEAUTY SHOP
Daily Trips to Portland
E. A. Kasperson
Ultra Violet, Sun, and Infra Red Raya
Electric and Oxy-Acetylene Welding
All the latest in Chiropractic and Phyaio-
All kinds of Machine Work
Therapy treatmenu. Colon irrigation.
9:00 to 11:30 a. m.
1:00 to 5:30 p. m.
NighU and Sunday« by appointment
Second and Baseline; Hillsboro. Ore. Delta Building
Telephone« 2531 and 2532
Rooms fi, 7, 8 and 9
AUTO TOP SHOP
1155 Washington Street
Local or Long Distance
Hair Cutting, Marcelling, Shampoo
ing, Hot Oil Treatments, Etc.
1048 Main Street
“Satisfaction At All Costs”
For appointments Telephone 2191-Z
Over Skagg’s Grocery
General Automobile Repairing
Prompt and Skilled Service
Balcony Hillsboro Pharmacy
MAIN STREET GARAGE
In the event you wish a room
for a week or a month, we will
gladly make you an attractive
General Beauty Work
Phone 2431 Realistic Permanent Wave Machin« Recently J. P. Johansen
3d at Lincoln St.
CLASS WORK A SPECIALTY
Life Insurance Company
Better Work For Less
No. T Woll'o Apto.
E. G. PAINE.
Hi ¡laboro, Oregon
Northwestern Mutual Life
Across from the Court House
DONELSON & SEWELL
FRANK P. SFIBRINO
AUTO TOP SHOP
BATTERY AND ELECTRIC
1361 Main St.
CLARA L. HOLT
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AUTO TOP SHOP (Continued )
INSURANCE (Continued )
for a comfortable and satisfy
ing night’s rest.
During the last four years,
over a hundred six-cylin
der motors were built by
Chevrolet engineers and
tested on the General
Motors Proving Ground.
Let us handle the job,
which will be done
carefully, safely and
quickly. Make your
appointment now for
one of our modern
trucks equipped with
strong, able men.
The year is finished, and the year
book closed ot loss and gum—
Which is Die largest ilem in this
book of joy uiiu pain?
A new year uawnn, u new book opens
wide, your neeus must write,
God grunt that only blessings nil its
That you muy live and love and be
loved all the way,
And know the peace which this world
neither gives nor takes away.
Years ago, the Chevrolet
Motor Company designed
and built its first experi
mental six-cylinder motor.
This far-sighted step was
taken because Chevrolet
engineers knew that the
six-cylinder motor is in
herently the most perfect
ly balanced motor — the
ideal power plant to meet
the growing public de
mand for greater reserve
power, faster get-away
and, above all —smooth,
Of the Better Kind
Over Delta Drug Store
WHERE TO EAT
Washington County Agencies
DEN OF SWEETS
George T. McGrath
Light Lunches, Toasted Sandwiches
“Sunfreze” Ice Cream
"The Insurance Man”
Soft Drinks, Candy, Cigars, and
Shute Bank Building
Oregon 1143 Second Street