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RECORDER BUSSE SHOOTS
FOUR TIMES TO BAG DEER
Although it took him four blasts
of his blunderbuss to do so, Bea
verton’s City Recorder. L. ,
Busse bagged his season's dee
October 12, some 18 miles be
yond Bly, Oregon, out of Kla
Leaving his desk Saturday, he
O U 'M E 20— NUMBER
arrived in the southern waystop
and embarked on a family hunt
ing trip that evening. By 6:50
Sunday morning, he had finished
polishing off his 100-pounds of
WASHINGTON COUNTY, OREGON,
County's '46 Payrolls Lag
Behind Last Year's Total
GARDEN CLUB SALE
Carden Club will hold a miseel
laneous food and plant sale on
October 17 at the Kiwanis Hall
under direction of
John Holmes, A. S. Funston
Meadows. Luncheon will be ser
ved at 12 :t0 p. m.
A t the food and plant sale at
2:00 p. m. none of the food nor
prize plants are reserved prior
to the time of sale.
Mrs. T. W.
make one of her famous large
banana cakes, the recipe being
entirely a secret never given
outside .her family and passed
down for several generations to
the eldest girl.
There will also be exclusive
delicious angel food pies, gooej-
chocolate cakes and other cooked
foods as well as super pickles
Plants and bulbs for beauti
ful Spring flowers and a fine
selection of rare and popular
plants will be available at prices
you can afford to pay.
LO\G H i \ ( . E r iltl L tTIO\ SHOW S 188 PERCEXT
II 4GES INCREASE LAST SIX YE4RS
ADVANCE .*2.00 PER YEAR
Health Dept. Tooth Decay Future Prospects Sharpen
Says Disease Starts Study With High Banking Volume
Situation O K Of Nutrition FIRST SECA RI TI S HOU S (Jl i HT EH IA DEPOSITS
l\ EXi ESS OF EOI H MILUOX
County health department, in j Problems of tooth decay, as
Business trend at the First Security Bank, of Beaverton, «lur-
The only county- in Oregon besides Multnomah not to show an week, reports the disease situa- object of scientific search enter
ed into by Oregon State College
increased payroll last year, Washington county is credited with a tion o.k., with no major out-
ing the la t three months, has showed an increasing volume. Ac-
with funds allocated under the
2.OH- lag in 1945-46 employment. Long range percentage, however, break reported.
new federal research and mar cording to Jny Gibson, president, an average of atx>ut 30 new ac
With polio not currently pre- keting act.
shows a boost of 188.1% during the six years from 1940 to 1946.
counts are t i n g opened a week, and this average has been sus-
valent, things in the health wav
Out of a survey of nearly 15,000 state employers, conducted by are generally looking up.
tained for the last 30 to 60 days. Since June 30, deposits at the
expansion of a state supported
the state unemployment compensation commission, state payroll
Schedule tor earl> winter X-
bank have swelled by 8127,663.08 making a quarterly total of
project which studies the rela
levels for last year reached 8708,- ray survey, completed Octobe tionship of nutrition to tooth
S4,l 78.219 84, as compared to the
J 816.251. compared with $703,885,- 14, will be printed as soon as decay, which began with rural
report of 84.050,556.76
it is readied for the press, in
646 in 1945 and 8255,677.940 in time to give resitlents of the homemakers active in the state
To guarantee tht'se deposits,
home economics extension eoun-
the report lists:
East end of the county the op
Cash. 8754,611.17 $35.603.07 up
In Washington County. 1946 portunity to arrange schedules cil.
These women promoted a 820,-
from the last report of $619,006-
wage payments are set at 84,- to include participation in this
000 grant front the 1945 state
369,791. somewhat behind the community-health act i vit \
legislature to support, the be
1945 figure of 84.501.701 but a
Loans, se«jure«l bv collateral
ginning of the project. Because
substantial gain over the 1910 to
greater value than the amount
of the advances already made
tal of 81,517,466.
$648.730.71, an in
in this phase of nutritional re
Eastern end of Washington
Rupert Flying Service, Beaver crease of $12,970.63 over pre
Reflecting a decline of 877 mil
search. Oregon State College was
county, in Pacific International lion. Employment due to ship
ton, and Oregon Aircraft, Hills viously published $635,760.08
selected to direct the impetus
Livestock Exposition exhibits, yard layoffs late in 1945, Mult
boro, are listed among firms ap
Along with other asset growths
federal funds bring to the study.
-howed exceptionally well thru nomah s share of the
prove«! for G. 1. flight training, bank furniture and fixtures total
A bristling docket of cases,
the efforts of farm-wise mem state's pay rolls was down to
which will number in the neigh on dental decay, another Western by the Oregon State Board of $12,250.00 at present, telling of a
bers of 4-H Clubs.
51.9% last year as compared with borhood of ten, commands the state, under the same federal Aeronautics, in regular monthly $4,750 addition in facilities which
A 4-H activity which promises 64.7% in 1946 and 53.3% in 1940. attention, October 16, of the Grand
program, will deal with nutrition meeting. October 8, at Salem. three months previously, repre
major results for the near future
County figure for 1946 was Jur>\ meeting in the Hillsboro in relation to certain mental dis Rupert's flight school won an sented $7,500.00.
the exhibits as well as jupdging 836/,880.383, 19.2% decrease from courthouse, according to Russell
eases while yet
may o. k. on flight training while
Stock in Federal Reserve hank,
team competitions proved the the 1945 total of $455.159,428 but Morgan, district attorney.
study the relation of nutrition the Hillsb«>ro firm was author- representing the Beaverton bank
RETURNS FROM SEASIDE
izetl to conduct additional class
an increase of 169.8% over the
to anemia or other disorders.
membership in this system, re
with G. 1. mains at $1,650.00 as before.
C. J. Beach, Beaverton mer valley have applied themselves 1940 figure of 8136,371.394.
Dr. Slara Storviek, who has es in connection
with concentration to the pro-
chant, returned the first of the
been directing the state-spons flight training.
Total assets to meet deposits
Ralston 'and Ball, who conduct stand at $4,279,958.03, an in
week after a week of resting and ects they entered.
ored research, will be chairman
Awards credited to the east
deer hunting during a seven-day
of the regional committee for a flying school at the Hillsboro crease of 8129,738.49 «/ver the
of the county are:
airport are also well-established status on June 30.
visit with his daughter and her
the Western states.
4-H Hairy • Guernsey« — Heifer
in flight training un<lt'r the G. I.
husband, Mr. and Mrs, K. L.
Fall schedule of dances spon
The bank’s surplus of $101,738-
5th, Wayne Sagert, Sherwood;
sored by the Kinton Grange will by an elaborate mobile setup hill.
likewise refl«icts the upward
At its last meeting, the board inclination of business, showing
A-quilt ing did he go. that des resume on October 18th when consisting of a truck and trailer
of his deer hunting, Mr. Beach Senior heifer: 3rd, Homer Zuver,
Sherwood; Junior heifer: 10th, picably light fingered prowler
and passed a new regulation pertain a b«x>st of $2,075.41 over last
the Grange hall again becomes fitted up as laboratories
reveals that while they came
staffed with technical special ing to ground schools. Under the quarter’s $99,662.78.
who lifted a big, warm bedcover the scene of merry-making.
back empty handed, he had thrills ,lovd Koch, Sherwood.
4-H Dairy - Jerseys— Produc from the clothesline of Mrs. R.
enough during tortuous ascent
orchestra, ists who can gather and analyze newly formulated rule, a flight
Translated, the statement of
of a mountain top hunting ground ing cow: 4th, Ruby Tykeson, E. Karosh, Route 1, Box 152, Hillsboro Glads, have been en material right in a community. instructor may
condition by the First Security
Beaverton, night of October 7.
to last him for some time.
gaged to send the music round
dent’s previous Instruction or ex Bank indicates points to a recur
Jack Aten, Beaverton; 4th, Ruby
County sheriff's office is on and round. Old friends and new
ring prevalence of residents do
perience so justify. In such cases,
Tykeson, Sherwood; Junior heif the look-out for a quilt colored
neighbors are invited to remem
ing their business at
LITTLE MISS ENTERTAINS
however, the student must suc
er calf: 4th,
Tykeson, white on one side and blue with her the time and place for an
which, in turn, retlects a heart
Lynne Netherton entertained Sherwood.
octagon blocks on the other. evening’s relaxation.
examination on the subjects cov ening prospect for the business
at y party on her seventh birth
Hog Showmanship: Hompshire
ered by the ground training ; community In general. •
day, October 9th.
Ganita were 1st,
Fast proving notable as a sul*
course in order to continue with
played and prizes given, after Chester White: 5th.
community, highlighted by
Although no campaign mater off-the-ground training.
which the children enjoyed ice Boenninghausen, Tigard.
cream and birthday cake at a
The board specifies, however,
4-H Swine - Chester Whites—
struction program, the eastern
gayly decorated tables.
that flight schools taking ad
Gilts: 4th, Wayne Sagert. Sher
Those attending were: Carol wood: Market Hogs: 8th, Rich
ton grade school expects to con vantage of this regulation and end of the county has showe«i
tribute to the current drive in exempting students from ground population
Wilson. Sharon and Sheryl Aaris, ard Boenninghausen. Tigard; Po
Washington county for Commu courses, must keep a copy of.
Roger Siegner, Ronald Warren,
land China - Gilts: 2nd, Lloyd
With business services and
JoAnn Olson. Denise Woods, Ruth Koch, Sherwood; Other breeds operation of a bus franchise, will be the issue at a public meeting nity Chest funds, according to each student’s completed exam
Ann Robinson. Ann Naze, Chris Gilts: 4th, Homer Zuver, Sher set for Tuesday, October 21, 7:30 p. m., to be held in the auditor Miss Merle Davies, principal.
ination, together with grade re-
>f the population,
tine Pasley, Joanie Walton, Ken
“ We have not learned much of ceived. for the period of one
ium of the Tigard Public School when the Oregon Motor Stages
neth Kay, and Tom Netherton.
4-H Pig Feeding
Contest— seeks to justify cancelling of service between McDonald's Store,
gun which, through the practice
Northwestern Oregon: 6th, Lloyd in Tigard, and Portland. Six bus runs are involved. George H.
of doing business in the com
have as yet come through. The
HOSTESS TO CLUB
munity, leads to exciting possi
en- Beef— Light Hereford Scramble
Mrs. Frances Donaldson
bilities for the future.
ing him. will conduct the public will be asked to contribute when
tertained the afternoon bridge Calves: 4th. Jack Yeager;
hearing at which time the public we are supplied with the proper
Community crystal-ball gazers
club at “ Campbell Court’’ Hotel Malcolm Mclnnis; 8th, Homer
is entitled to be present and materials.”
are alreatly picturing a looming
in Portland on Tuesday.
Zuver; 19th, Neal Mclnnis; 30th
state views relative to hardships
importance for the eastern end
Mrs. H. H. Stannard, chairman
Fisher and Leah Straley being Wayne Sagert; Heavy Hereford
involved by the service discon of the county chest organization,
of the county, with tht surface
Scramble Calves: 14th.
just being scratched so far.
states that three awar«ls instead
Proposed merger of Congrega
Grossen; 21st Elbridge Gordon
Last year a “ scramble calf;”
22nd, Bert Hendershott; Angus
tional Christian churches and the
Ronald this year a prize winning heif convenience to some commuters of the drive to th«>se three schools Evangelical and Ref«)rme«l church I
entertained Scramble Calves: 3rd,
by proposed elimination of the in Washington county which have will I k * discussed Sunday, Octo- j
21st er which will be offered for re
guests for lunch on Wednesday Kamp: 5th, Lloyd Koch;
six runs is indicated by informa the largest contributions per ca
r 19. by Dr. Paul Davis and
• • *
tion elicited from Mrs. H. W. pita
Francis T. Sturtevant, j
RESIDE IN MULTNOMAH
McDonald, at the store.
Further app«>intments to the at the West Willamette Ass«Kia-
7th. Gene Westberg; Herefords. ed history of Malcolm Mclnnis'
Mrs. Betty Cadell «nee Betty Lot 8: 13th, Margaret Freuden- light Hereford with which the
m e scnedule
schedule which the stag« c«)unt.v organization include Mrs. tion of Congregational Churches |
Hansen) and baby are moving thal; Lot 5: 24th, George Gess- Beaverton boy won a 5th place company wishes to withdraw are Dick Cornell an«l Mrs. Charles conference to be held in the First
Dr. Adolph Weinzirl, director
•ro m Eugene to Muitnomah.
Mc Rebout, who will act as ass«>ciate Congregational church,
recently-ended eastbound, those leaving
ford; Lot 2: 12th Jaine Paine: ribbon
chairmen in the Al«>ha area:
} Grove, during the afternoon and of the E. C. Brown Trust Fund,
14th, Jane Paine.
who spoke at last Surnlay eve
hours: 5:02 p. m., 6:57 p. m., and
Poultry • Three Pullets— 1st. Exposition.
evening. Meeting starts at 3 o’-
ning’s institute of Family Rela
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hing- Homer Zuver, Sherwood;
tions, held in the Bethel Congre-
lev and Mrs. Helen Keenan and Dorothy Hinderman, Sherwood; tervening year, from the time at McDonald’s Store, elimination
Mr. Willis Cady,
gati«>nal Church, has l>een bix>ked
children visited at the Blasser 3rd Wilbur Zuver. jKherwood; Malcolm wrestled and manhand- of the following runs is request
who is moderator of the ass«K-ia- to re-appear next Sunday, Octo
4th. Wayne Sagert, Sherwood;
home on Sunday.
tion, will preside at the meeting, ber 19, to preside over an open
Leghorns - Trio: 1st. Homer Zu time, to claim it as his own, 11:23 p. m.
Several caucuses are also sched- forum in which the audience will
the healthy heifer attained a
"A t 4:42 p. m. and 6:42 p. m.”
Mrs. Gertrude McCormack call ver.
ul«‘«l for women fellowship, lay participate. His topic, last Sun
ed at Mrs. Iva Summers home
Rabbits - Junior buck:
1st weight of 880 pounds, for which Mrs. McDonald relates, “ there
M.P. Nyssen, Aloha, re- men fellowship and pilgrim fel day, was “ Family Living in this
the market paid at the rate of always seems to l»e a good num
Frank Morrison, Garden Home.
celvefl n«)vel delivery of $100. lowship gr«)ups.
Modern Age ".
34 cents a pound.
ber of passengers unloading at money order from her son, Vic
Principal speakers at the con
One of the highlights of each the store. I don't know about
The institute, jointly sponsored
tor, who is attached to the 11th ference include Dr. McCracken,
the Bethel Congregational
Airborne Division doing fluty editor of the Missionary Herald,
Mrs. Amanda Erickson and
turned loose in the “ scramble”
and First Methodist churches of
and Reverend Hugo Boecker. Beaverton, will continue on the
“ For the return trip, however, in Japan.
Mrs. Weed, her daughter,
which nets eight 4-H lads a calf
Justice of the Peace, E. J. Fin
Following is the letter Mrs. Portland, who recently returned
moved back into their old home
sec<md anti third Sunday eve
apiece are donated by firms and
ley, of Tigard, conducted the
Nyssen received from Private from Germany on a relief trip
on Main Street
nings at eight o’clock, each
individuals. To these sponsors, though I do not know how
wedding. October 9, of Thomas
John Smith, who selves in the in connection with the Church
month until May.
the scramble winners are sup many pickup are made on the
Eugene Burton, Lake Grove, Cla
same division as her son:
posed to write, telling the pro
The public is cordially invited
ckamas county, and Patricial Lee
The busses turn around at
Reservations are being taken to attend and participate.
Mrs. Jay Gibson. Sr., has re
gress made in the calf’s develop
Woster, Yakima, Washington.
McDonald’s store and have main
for a supper to he serve«! in the
turned from a nice visit with
Witnesses were Roy M. Dorsey
your son or veur hus
relatives in Idaho.
band l«)St his bill fold while
and Evelyn C. Dorsey.
for many years, at this point-
making a parachute jump.
Proposed suspension of sched
it was this $100. money order
Cold K.O.S. County Judge
ule was submitted September 8.
A group of six couple were en
addresse«! to you.
County Judge H. D. Kerkman
last, in a time table filed with
tertainer! Saturday evening at the
My Job is to pick up the para
was away from his usual court
the Public Utilities Commission
Jack Aten, Route 1, Beaver
home of Helen Fisher and Mrs
chutes after they land. I found
house haunts last Tuesday be-
er of Oregon, to become effective
On Tuesdayevening, October 14, ton. member of the Kinton 4-H
Carrie Leonard. A dessert lunch
ause, his comely secretary re
The carnival and
rummage September 15.
Hurry and let him know you in the home of Mrs. Pike, the Calf Club was successful in catch
eon was served.
ports, “ I think it is a cold. ’
On September 11, the commis have the m«»ney so he won’t Bethel Surnlay school classes of in g one of the “ Scramble Calves”
sale given by the McKay P.-T.
Miss Barnes and Miss Conolly at the recent Pacific Internation
A. netted a considerable sum to sioner ordered the proposed time worry.
gathere«! for a pre-Halloween al Livestock Exposition In Port
Jean and Clarence LaFond
ing which time investigation and
Robert Patton, retired Port- teria.
In addition to playing land. In this event sixteen boys
have returned from a
j land business man has purchased
Members of the P.-T. A. wish a formal hearing for determina special favor. Get some nice, parlor games, the church youth and eight beef calves are turned
the Petticord place on Sorrento to thank the following concerns: tlons /■ouId be made.
good looking girl to write to me. saw co'loretl movies of the Ore Into the arena «luring each show.
I Road. Beaverton welcomes this
All interest«*«! citizens, particu-
gon coast. “ I)are<levils on Ice" The eight boys who are success
Beaverton Drug Store; Beav
ful In catching a calf will keep
new addition to the community erton Bakery; Highbe's Variety larlj* th«)se who may he effecte*!
and a Him cartoon.
PTC, John S. Smith
JAYCEES W ILL DANCE
are PM C«>. 11, Airborne Division,
Refreshments of salarl. pump them and fee«! the animals for
Department by the schedule change,
The Beaverton Junior Cham STUDENT VISITS
kin «hiffon pie. nuts and favors one year At next year’s Pacific
Store, Felsher’s Grocery; Colum urged to be present Tuesday.
APO 468— Unit 1
ber of Commerce will give a
International the calf will be
Week-end guests of Miss Jan-
dance FYidav evening. October
exhibited and sold at auction
31 at the Huber
Commercial et Felsher, were Miss
Mrs. Nyssen reports that her son, Carol Burris, Elain Hanson, with the proceeds going to the
and Miss Ed Busch Grocery of Bradley's school, in order to assist the
Hall. Hermie Grindland's Orch land of Carmel. Calif..
Helen Schroeder of San Fran- Corners; Richey Hardware Store: Public Utilities Commissiftn in son, Victor, well-known In this Elaine Pike, Maureen Kain, Ju«ly boy.
estra will furnish the music. The cUco -nie girls ire students at i Beaverton Hardware Store and vestigate the facts and determine vicinity is fine according to a Miller.
The calf caught by Aten la an
public Is cordially invited to at
the University of Oregon.
Of East End
Win At Show
G. I. Training
Grand Jury Meets
Will Give To
PUC Hearing Will Examine
Cancelling Of Bus Service
Church Merger to
4-H Prize Heifer
From Stock Show
Dr. A. Weinzirl
Soldier In Japan
Sends On $100;
Asks for Romance
McKay - Whitford
P.-T. A. Tidy Sum
Jack Aten Grabs
"Scramble C a l f