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^^MISS ELIZABETH COOKE, Correspondent
Cornelius, January 1J—For th«'
best attendance at the Boy Scout
court of honor for a month, the
Cornelius troop won the flag given
by Mrs. Henry Behrman and also an
American flag given by Weil’s De
Flue Cause* Fire
Fire resulting from a defective
flue slightly damaged the home of
Sam Webb Friday evening.
Mr«. Huliman Ho«te«»
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Music & Electric Co., 116«' Second
St.. Hillsboro, Ore. Phone 1911.
A baby boy was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Al' Hinderling Friday morn-
Make Good Record
Eninia Schmalie, who has
1 been in Garibandi taking care of her
daughter. Mrs. Sam Moon, and fam-
il.v, who have had the flu. returned
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Rand were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. ami
Mrs. Charles MeClaughery.
Miss Erma Wolf was a guest of
her cousin. Miss Zelda Wolfe, of
Forest Grove Friday.
Mrs. P. O. Furlie spent Wednes
day in Portland, visiting her sister.
Rev. A. Brackenberty filleii the
Methodist pulpit Sunday i
ami evening, during the illness of
” the ’’
regular pastor. Rev. U. O. Beadles.
Mr. ami Mrs. George Hancock of
Forest Grove were Sunday guests at
th«' home of Mrs. Mary Mooberry.
Marjorie LaFollette. Wilma Hani-
melman anil Betty Hobbs are ill
Mrs. J. E. Huisman entertained
Thursday afternoon with a shower
for Mrs. Floyd Harper, formerly
Audrey Adkinson. The hostess was
assisted by Mrs. A. Duncalf. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs Floyd
Harper, Mrs. J. P. Cooper. Mrs. Jack
Huson. Mrs. McAllen, Mrs. F. O.
Shay, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. L. H. Adkin
son.’ Mrs. William Mann, Mrs. B.
McGinn, Mrs. Frank Huisman of
Mis. F. Stenicker,
Forest Grove, ------
Misses Golda Cooper, Frances Ad
kinson, Margaret Schnieder, Myra
Oregon State Agricultural College.
Hines of Hillsboro, Maybelle Thomas,
Frances Stenicker, and the hostess. Corvallis, Jan. 17.—Hillsboro will be
th«' first town visited by the Oregon
State Military Cadet band on its
Miss Blanch Finnigan attended the twenty-fourth annual tour. Thurs
Camp Fire Council in Forest Grove day, March 21, marks the first of
nine similar appearances. A river
Mr. and Mrs. Mclllvane left last steamer chartered for the occasion
week for a visit in California.
will convey forty musicians to the
The Cornelius Meat market is lower Columbia river cities of St.
having a new ice box and ice ma Helens, Clatskanie, Astoria, ami Sea
side in Oregon, and Cathlamet. 111-
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mann of Port waco, Kelso, and Longview in Wash
land were Monday guests at the ington.
home of Mrs. M. D. Mann.
An eight piece orchestra, com
Mrs. Earl Hobbs, who has been posed entirely of regular band mem
ill at her home, is improving.
bers, features at all dances given in
An Epworth Leagu«' business meet connection with the concerts. Va
ing will be held at the home of Mr. riety numbers and solos are included
and Mrs. E. D. Rand Friday evening. in a diversified program of band
Mrs. Mary Morrissey is serving and dance music. Trips of a sim
hot lunches at the school in the ab ilar nature have been taken by the
sence of Mrs. Emma Schmalie.
band during spring vacations for
Mrs. Roy Cook, formerly of Cor 23 years.
nelius. is now living here again.
Rev. U. 0. Beadles is slightly im-
proved over last week.
The Neighbors of Woodcraft held
a large dance last week.
Gus Irmler and Bob Cornelius
went salmon fishing last week.
Miss Marie DeSmith is visiting in
“Behind the German Lines," Ger
Portland this week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gibson of many’s photographic war record, will
Forest Grove were dinner guests at be shown at the Venetian theater
Friday ami Saturday. Critics have
the W. R. Cooke home Saturday.
Miss Queen Hoskins of Dilley was described it as probably the out
a guest at the home of Mrs. M. D. standing war picture of the period—
stark, grim, brutal.
Mrs. Herman Thies, who has been were taken by soldier cameramen
and many lives were lost in so doing.
very ill, is able to be out again.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaFollette are
in Salem for the legislative session.
Guests of Mrs. D. Crance last
Funeral services for the late
week were Mrs. F. A. Thomas of
Corvallis, Mrs. Maude Bonta of Michael Hughes. Beaverton route 3,
Canada, and Mrs. Martha Vick of were held today at the St. Cecelia’s
church at Beaverton and interment
Miss Myra Wiedewitsch is serious was in the Catholic cemetery on
ly ill at her home.
Mrs. Mike Susbauer and daugh
ter, Oneita, were Portland visitors
MRS. IRENE SHUMWAY
Miss Alta Daniels, teacher of the
Mrs. Irene Shumway, wife of
Fern Hill school, spent the week Bruce Shumway of this city, died at
end visiting in Portland.
the Good Samaritan hospital in Port
The people of Cornelius community- land Thursday at.u funeral services
are invited to inspect Washington were held Saturday at Vancouver.
County’s New Store. Pianos. Radios.
Mrs. Shumway was an instructor
Washing Machines, G. E. Refrigera for several years in Vancouver high
tors, Electric Ranges, Vacuum Clean school, and at the time of her mar
ers, Hot Point appliances. Electric riage two years ago, she was head of
Clocks, Electric Fixtures and a com the English department. They had
plete line of Eietrical supplies. Radio made their home in Hillsboro since
Sales and Service. Wiring. Repairing, their marriage.
Mr. Shumway is
and Contracting. The best of service connected with the E. J. Sherman
and a square deal to all. K. A. Price Lumber company.
College Band Will
Play Here On Tour
"Behind The German
Lincs" To Venetian
JANUARY 17, 1V2U
THE HILLSBORO ARGUS—HILLSBORO. OREGON
profiraln GlVCtl At
Session Of P. T. A.
had substituted in the local »«hool* |
at various times. Decease«! is sur- |
viveil by th* widower and her father,
Charles Guernsey, of Vancouver.
Orenco', January |7— Th«' month
A number of friends from Hills
boro attended th«' funeral services. ly meeting of th«' Parent-Teaeher
association was held at th«' »«'hool
house Thursday afternoon, and tlu*
following program was given: Song,
“Pucker Up »mi Whittle;” poem.
"Crossing tne Bar;” song, "Oregon;"
I reading, "Making Medioerites." Mrs.
F. Cate. Mrs. A. Allen lad th«' dis-
cussion on the iiuestion, "Do chil-
Will Hold Meeting
. 2" . d'"'«ke
L. T. Woodward. J. C. Rogers
lishers will be thoroughly studied anti i\ illard Brown.
and discussed at the eleventh annual
Loui«' Csergi«' purchased an au
Oregon IVess conference, to be held
on the University of Oregon campus i tomobik' recently.
Adam Bella is planting u larg«‘
February 21. 22 ijml 23. it was dis
closed in the program announced ' number of rose cuttings.
Th«' Women's circle met in the
today by Eric W. Allen, chairman of
the program committee. Prominent church parlors Inst Wednesday after-
newspaper men and trade journal- ? noon with an attendance of 30. Mrs.
*sts from all parts of the stat«' are * S. L. Carlyle was hostess.
Mr. ami Mrs. Robert Magarell of
scheduled to speak at th«' conference,
which is expected to attract more Tillamook were guests of Mrs. Alic«'
Handley ami family a coup!«' of days
W. Verne McKinney of the Argus last week.
Miss Lesley Gipson return«'«! from
is to discuss classified advertising
and C. J. Gillette of the News-Times the Jones hospital in Hillsboro last
at Forest Grove will talk on local week.
Grandma Nye, who lives with her
celebrated her 83rd birthday Satur
Local Checker Men
Lose to Yamhill
Mrs. M. A. Markland of Van-
couver. Wash., was th«' guest of Mrs.
The Yamhill county checker club Antia Berry last week.
M. Kidd received a mes-
defeat«'«! the local artists at the
chamber of commerce rooms Friday sage last week stating her father
evening 71 to 59. The team repre ha«i died at his horn«' in Denver,
He was a retired Pres-
senting this county include«! Earl Colorado,
Bryant of Orenco, J. D. Barthilier byterian minister, 84 years old.
Miss Florence Kidd, who went to
of Forest Grove. Denver Barney of
Bethany, James Kerr, Peter Barth Los Angeles a few months ago, will
olomew, Alfred Heywood, Dan Deav- start to school next month there.
ille, W. F. Boley, H. A. Kuratli and She plans to tak«> a four-year course
in kindergarten work.
She is u
J. A. Murrow.
graduate of Hillsboro high school.
The depot was reopened last Fri
day with W. C. Bennett again in
The estate of H. J. Sade has been charge.
It will remain open while
admitted to probate.
It is value«i A. McGill Jc Son are packing ami
at $7,000. The Agnes Hall estate has shipping out their nursery stock.
also been entered.
The people of Orenco community
are invited to inspect Washington
County's New Store. l’inno', Radio*,
Washing Machines, G. E Refrigera
tors, Electti«' Range . Vacuum Clean
ers. Hot Point appliance*, Electric
Clocks, Electric Fixtures and a com
plete lin«' of Eletrieal supplies. Ratlin
Sales and Service. Wiring. Repairing,
and Contracting. Th«' best of s.rvice
ami a square «leal to all. K A. Price
Electric Co., litio Second
St., Hillsboro, Ore. Phone 1911.
High School Students
B. K. Denney Honore«!
By Grange Members
...... _ir ______
_ muster of
lì K. __
the Beaverton grange, win presented
with a past master’» jewel ut u meet
ing and installation of officer* Sat
urday. Th«’ new- officers were in
stalled by the degree team from
Leedy grange. Cedar Mill’, with II.
R. Findley ns installing officer.
Much valuable information WH <
gained from the annual high school
press ami student body leaders’ meet
ing at th«' University of Oregon over
Those going from
here were Mi»s Tenn*»»«-«' Weather-
red, of th«' faculty, ami Miss Lahoma
Powell, junior girl representative,
Hilhi annual, Leslie Chase, student
GETTING UP NIGHTS
later’« Wife Relate« I »pel i#n«e.
Rev. W. II Mitchell. 824 No. Pmk
St., Columbus, Ohio, say-': "My wife
was troubled -ciioii'ly with bladder
irritation until w<> useil llthinted
buchu (Kellar Formula.) She would
have to g«'t up 6 to 8 times vach
night. Will gladly answer any let
Miss Olson Bride
Of Officer McMahon
St. Matthews Young
People Name Officers
Officers of the St. Matthews Young
People of Hillsboro were elected at
a meeting in the Parish hull Friday
evening. Officers named were: Min
nie Schneider, president; Hertha
Sahlfeld. vice-president; Merit« Mr
Coy, secretary and Hasel Bernier
The new officers of th«' club prom-
THE WASHINGTON COUNTY BANK
December 31, 1928
E x p «’ r I <* n c <* «nd tochnlciil
trnhiinir plun nio<lvrii ripilp-
niviit iriinmntrr your ra I ìm I mc *
tion. TubvM nini batterie» test-
HILLSBORO RADIO &
T*l*ph«>i«** 1332 a«««l I(>7<i
1255 Wa»hington Strict
Miss Alice Olson bacante the bride
of Frank L. McMahon, state traffic
officer, at a simple ceremonial per
formed by County Judge K. J Waril
Monday morning. They left imme
diately for Seattle to visit hi*
ents for a week. The couple
Charter No. 37
Report of the Condition of
Loans and discounts ...............................................................
Bonds, securities, etc. .....
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Reul tsate owned other than banking house
Due from banks, cash and cash items
R A I) I O
48.1 1 ■ 1
rCTA’V T V VWK A’ A’A’ A’V
January 17 to 24
This week is annually set asi«l«'
in honiir of that great Anieriiaii
ami th«* Father of Thrift, Bfll-
Thousands of our savings c UH-
tomers practice th«' thrift <!<>«• -
trines of Franklin every week in
the year. They pay thenwelves
first, making deposits each and
every payday. They are steadily
forging ahead to financial inde
This is the only way to Thrift
Why not open ami use your Sav
ings Account Today? $1.00 is all
Capital stock paid in ...............................................
Surplus ................ .............
Undivided profit»—net ........................................................
Time certificates .....................................................................
Bills payable and rediscounts ..
The Largest Bank in the County”
Oi<i stoves! Old
them in to us
Friday and Saturday - This Week
Matinee Saturday - 2 P. M.
Usual Prices — 10c and 25c
Germany's Photographic War Record
cess in business. Most Folks have learned
that it costs no more to be properly dressed
than it does to be careless or “freakish.” If
we could find out just what effect our appear
ance has on others, we’d probably discover
that it pays big to be particular.
What is true of personal dress is true of the
printed matter that presents you or your firm.
You can’t afford to use letterheads, invoices,
statements, receipts—or even office forms—
that look “cheap” or poorly printed. It pays big
to be careful about such little things.
* • *
Q Cpaiumounl fáltase
We believe that all of your stationery and
office forms ought to be printed in the same
shop, and at the same time, if convenient.
Then they will be harmonious in design, If we
produce them they will be fitting representa
tives of your business or professional standing.
allowance for ¡1. We ll install S' your Gas
Ileatrola. 11 lakes hut 15 minutes Then
laugh wlit'ii llit” wind howls 'round the
lu'al healing comfort«, cleanli
ness an<l coiiv<‘niuii< <‘ will he yours. Your
house is thoroughly warm.
Ou an* a
member of the “Enjoy-11-Now” Gliih.
\ on have made but a small deposit—anti
you have no mon* payments Io make un
til next Fall. \\ hat a wonderfully liberal
offer! February 2nd is the last day—and
it won't be long now
llrre in our
lh*l ter- join today
You join our “!.»• joy-fl
Now” < .lul» l»y mill« in«
mrmltrrslaip «ffjmait of only
»IS.00, th« ft«’« «mount of
will« It in fippli«-«| hi firm pny-
iiifiil «*•■ your l.atut«: Gat«
O Wn tukr <»ut your ol«l
Thia nllowan. «■ 1«
npplirtl «»n II»«' purchaao
price of the llrMlrobi.
Wn Install the llrnf
*’ in your home.
iin hour's lime we will hate
It art tip <-omp|«'t«---- fltMMling
your whole house with «<»r.y,
IF IT'S PRINTING—WE DO IT
Aik us about price*.
We have a ■pecial plan
that will save you money—if you don’t delay
There have been big war pictures, such as “The Big
Parade,” “What Price Glory?” “Tne Patent Leather
Kid,” but this is not a studio-rhade picture—it is stark,
grim, brutality—taken at cost of many lives by the
German army cameramen during the World War.
Comedy and Pathe News
iîillsbnniâteéAr g us
Th« Leider tn Ita Piala*
.... . 67,259.36
Total ................. .. ..........................................................
STATE OF OREGON, County of Washington, ss.
I, IL A. Stohler, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief
... . .....
H. A. STOHLER,
Correct . —Attest:
Millard . -
Wm. L. Moore,
Marian A. Moore, Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of January, 1929.
Byron B. Tresham, Notary Public.
My commission expires Sept. 3, 1930.
You enjoy llrnl
■* fort, «-Icienlinra«
»entent e without oinking
another payment until neit
• all. 'I lien, with it nubntan-
liiil num already to your
rreilit, you can pay flic bal
ance in easy, monthly In
stallments, nulled lo your
Sold in Hillsboro by Portland Gas 8c Coke Co
Third and Main Streets
ESTATE STOVE CO.