The Beaverton enterprise. (Beaverton, Or.) 1927-1951, January 07, 1949, Image 4

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    Mary Kate Henderson, Mrs. Ralph
»how th BnU*h that the Am- recognised Gala's innate leader- wife eared for Gale1, little half-
W p H
Prose, of Vancouver, Wash., sister
______________________________________ I ericanj could take care of them- ship by »electing him a» one of cast children and kept them en-
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Me
of the bride, poured and Miss
■el\es.
A few^ day* later »hey the executive committee of three rolled in Tualatin Academy un-
j
Y O O T O H
Mary Klemin cut and served the
were opposite Fort George. After men having the power» of Gov- til they had finished their educa-
two weeks' training in seaman- ernor
in the
new provisional tion.
bride's cake.
ship with Gale as instructor, the government.
Gale
settled
in
The father from time to time
A V C IIIIC
party shot out of the Columbia Washington County west of
For- sent money to provide for theii A t a quiet ceremony.
Miss Jen- CARD FROM F IN L A Y SON
river under » half
gale and were est Grove on what is sUll known care and education. He was keen ni# Klemm and Grant Clay, son Christmas and New Year greet-
! o f i fot San Francisco.
as Gales’ Creek. Here at the foot in his appreciation of education of Mr and Mrs. Peter Dumskov. tngg » to an» were received this
The
rest
of
the
story
told
of
Gale's Peak he raised the first and contributed
funds for the of Seattle, were united in mar-
week from Finlayson, Minnesota
JOS. G A L E , T R A P P E R , T O O K C H A R G E IN B U ILD IN G
in a letter from Joseph Gale to grist mill in that section of the establishment of Oregon Institute riage. Thursday. December 30th where Mrs. M C . McKercher has
'STA R OF O REG O N ' TO B R EA K M O N O P O LY IN C A T T L E Hon- J W •Nt‘*»nith and publish country.
This was followed in and Tualatin Academy.
at the home of their friends. Mr.
visiting.
ed in the Transactions of the 1*48 by the erection of a saw-
/ beautiful friendship existed ln<i Mrs. J. L* Chamberlin on
Scenery, with its thick coating
Oiegon Pioneer Association for mill.
for many
years
between this Murray Avenue.
0f frost, is beautiful, she relates,
By Hnrvey S. Robinson
igator’s license under the seal jggi
Before the sawmill was com- mountain trapper and the pros-
The Rev. Louis H. Kaub of the and weather is not too cold.
Continued from last week»
of the United States It was now
The weather was stormy and pleted Gale left for California, perous and pious Mr. Smith. Gale
Methodut "church"Tn Port-
She returned home on January
Joseph
Gale was one of the
tot#tot a *h* 8ea80n
comPle‘ * the crew were seasick. Gale was after placing all
of his affairs prised this friendship very high- , , nd officiatw,
PO R TLA N D FR IE N D S
Rocky
Mountain trappers who t2le work that 7ear and the ves- al ty„. helm for 36 hours with- in the hands of
his neighbor ly and doubtless both he and his
The bride, who wore a gown of
Mrs. Jenny Alexander entertain­
came to
the Tualatin Plains in ie* was ,aid up *or the winter- out relief. On the morning of ®nd friend Alvin
T. Smith who children were the better for this mauve silk and lace with match­
1840 In
his younger years he ^ ale ioun<* worl‘ with the Meth- September 17, eighteen days af- had cared for his little daughter close association with high mind- ing accessories and a white or­ ed friends fiom Portland over
Christmas.
Mission, running a saw- . „ ieaVing the mouth of the Co- Ellen during the first voyage to ed Christian people.
had followed the sea.
Coming odist
chid corsage, was given in mar­
F IF T E E N GUESTS
,.......
r
.........
.
mil*
at
Salem
and
the
rest
of
|
umbia
the
Star
sailed
through
California.
Eventually
the
Gale
family
from California in 1834 with
riage by her host.
DarTv 'led* ”by "E w in r Young he the crew' exc* pt ona chosen as the Golden Gate and dropped
This
daughter, educated
at moved to Wallowa
County and
Mr. and Mrs. George Thyng en-
Miss Mary Klemm, of Lynch-
‘
.......
. in . the
k - xL„u., _____ a » WP keep« r dispersed to their
lr anch
anchor before the little town of Tualatin Academy, later became settled
in Eagle Valley
where b
Va
9igter 0f the bride, tertained fifteen
relatives
for
was
active
Rocky Moun-
, .
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J- J __ *7»____ 1___
..
. ..
....
n
- M i _I
TN-. VO 4 00-4
® ’
*
_ . .
-
tain fur trade for a number of
°™,,a ' ? ’ *.
wh.L San p'ranckaco-
th* mother of Mrs. Miles Poin- Gale died Dec. 13. 1881.
was maid of honor and wore a Christmas Day
(To be continued)
years as a more or less indepen-
'* .
.. . «hem back
The ve*8el wa* *old, and in the dexter, wife of the United States
grey crepe gown and carried a
colonial bouquet af roses and
dent
irapper.
cooperating
• * !,
, h V l l *to e um the work sprin8 Mr GaJe with a company Senator and minister to Peru.
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Oregon Certified Marshall
violets. Richard Taug. of Port­
times with
the Hudsons Bay
* ,
of 42 men started north by land,
On his second trip to Callfor- NEW A P A R T M E N T
STRAW B E R R Y PLA N TS
Company and at other times with Manned !<y five men
and an ,jrjving 1250 head of cattle, 600 nla, Gale left his two older chil-
land, brother-in-law of the groom
Grown in Eastern Oregon
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Pegg have
the American Fur Company.
Indian boy, the tar o
reg°? horses and mules and 3,000 sheep, dren with Mr. and Mrs. Smith,
was best man.
Write for price list
moved
into
their
new
apartment
When the latter company with-
left Willame .e Fails
UF*U
- They arrived in 75 days with lit- taking
his w ife and younger
The
decorations
were white
over
the
new
Mortuary
on
Sec­
Agricultural
Research Nurseries
drew from the Rocky Mountains
Two days
a er it
ropped t,e (osa The 8tock monopoly In children with him.
During an
mums and bells Mrs. Chamberlin
Route 2, Box 72, Payette, Idaho
he joined with five of his moun-
’ hchor la ron o
0
ancou- Oregon was
broken. absence of several years in Cal ond and Watson opposite the U i- was assisted In serving at
the
tain companions, Robert Newell. ver ■ displaying ber American flag
Tbe following year the settlers lfornia Alvin T. Smith and his sonic Temp,e'
reception which followed by Miss
George W. Ebberts. Caleb W l l - ------------ ------------------------------- ----------------- -----------------------------
—
kins. William Doty and Joseph
r"
■*rr
*'
Meek to form a settlement In Tu­
alatin Plains. He was not yet
well settled however when he was
invited to join with six other
settlers in building a ship which
sa lu te
they intended to sail to Califor­
nia. sell and use the proceeds to
((***, Here’s a chance to pay your wife a $5,000 compliment
I t ’s R A S Y ! Just fin ish th is lim e r ic k :
buy
livestock to supply their
on her homemaking ability. And it will cost you noth-
I'm proud of my wife, you con sea
farms.
ing but a few minutes o f your time. You write the
The settler* wanted cattle, but
She'* thrifty ond keen a* con be,
It takes a lot of skill and a
winning last line in our big limerick contest — Safeway
the Hudson's Bay Company. Ew­
At Safeway the shops
keen
sense of values to keep
will
award
the
$5,000
prize
to
your
wife.
(Get
the
idea,
ing Young
and the Methodist
Thot's where values ore top*
a family well-fed, h a p p y and
u
wives?) 107 other prizes for other entries.
missionaries who owned all the
healthy these d a y s . . . to fit
livestock In the country would
Here are the prizes!
all o f the needs o f a norm al
not sell to them So the enter­
(You supply the last line. For instance, you might write "And
FIRST PRIZI $5,000.00
fam ily into the limits o f the
prise was launched as a sort of
her
savings
are
amazing
to
me.”)
2nd Priia
- - $1,000
6»h Prii* - - $71
declaration of Independence from
fa m ily budget. B u t it’s a jo b
G ET A FR EE EN T R Y B LA N K AT SAFEW AY
3rd Priia
• • $500
7th Prii# • - $51
the monopoly of the British own­
which
you, M rs. H om em aker,
It includes the complete rules. Nothing to buy — just follow the
4th Priia
- - $250
8th Priia . - $2:
ed company and the missionar­
t a k e in stride, dem anding
simple
rules
and
mail
in
your
entry.
Contest
closes
January
30th.
Sth Priia
• -' $100
100 Prlies -
$S e
ies.
and getting top value in
None of these men knew any­
everything you bu y. It is this
thing about building or sailing
dem and that keeps us on our
a ship but Gale had been a sea­
toes. Y o u get top considera­
man and
knew something
of
tion in all our plans. O u r im ­
shipbuilding and navigation. The
proved
m ethods o f food dis­
plan interested him. but he was
y
tribution were developed to
somewhat skeptical
abosit its
assure you of full value in
success. He did not join at once
but he agreed to give the com­
every purchase.
pany his advice about the model
So we salute you — the p e r­
and general construction of
the
son we must please if our
vessel and join them as soon as
business is to remain success­
he became
convinced that the
ful. This four-w eek S A L U T E
vessel could be successfully com­
T O H O M E M A K E R S is in
pleted.
your
honor, so be sure to
Securing the services of Felix
take advantage of the o p p o r­
Hathaway, an excellent ship car-
tunities which it offers for
pen'er, these men began the con­
struction of the vessel on the
special savings.
east side of Swan Island, in the
late summer of 1840. The work
continued, under difficulties and
WIN L O W E R LIV ING C O STS WITH VALUES LIKE TH ESE
in spite of opposition from
the
P rie .i in this ad art .f t .c t i» * through
Hudson’s Bay Company until May,
Saturday, January 8. W e rtie rv s (ha
1841, when Felix Hathaway be­
right to limit quantities.
came discouraged and quit, leav­
Bisquick
2001
p
1
9
27c
*oor
p
ig
45
,.
ing the vessel over half done.
FRESH CR EA M ER Y
Highway Brand
No.
The rest boarded up the hull en­
Cake Mix Occident Br.nd. 20 oi pig 37c
Cream Style
303
ough to make It float and laun­
Golden Bantam
Can
Cake Flour s » « n»down, S o ft« iu . ig pig 35 c
ched it May 19, 1841, christening
It "Star of Oregon” .
Corn selected for color, flavor and tenderne**. Slightly seasoned.
Pancake Flour sP,rrr br,nd 4 lb Pk? 51c
They worked It up to W illa­
Meadow Wood
mette Falls,
then called upon
Pancake Flour
Su,an"1 2'/}lb Pk? 30«
Joseph Oale to keep his prom­
ise. Gale at once sold his farm
Grade
^ JÊC
Dried Beans Great Northern. 2-ib. pig 29c
and equipment to Courtney W al­
'A'
Lb. i
Blend O' Gold
46-oi
ker, removed hia family to Cham-
Pinto Red Beans
DrI,d 2 ,b p 1^ 29c
poeg and took charge of the
Blended Juice
Can
work.
$9,000
Idaho Red Beans Drl,d 2 lb Pk^ 29c
10-Lb.
Dr. John
McLouglhlin, dhlef
IN
Choice Seedless Raisins
2 lb 25c
A delightful blend of Orange and Grapefruit Juice.
factor of the Hudson’s Bay com­
Sack
Tomato Sauce
Garden.^# 4 ^ 19c
pany, and autocrat of the north­
PRIZES!
west country for many years re­
Log Cabin Syrup
26 01 can55c
25-Lb. $005
fused the builders any aid. He
G #t details
Sack
X
said that such a voyage by Inex­
and your
Sleepy Hollow Syrup l2o‘ bot 25c
Columbia
No.
2'/2
Entry
Blank
perienced
builders and
sailors
Shredded Wheat 4*bl,c0 l2 or pk« 17c
today at your
Fresh, tender wieners
would be suicide But Lieutenant
Brand
Can
50-Lb.
198
nearest
Charles
Wilkes
of the United
in our meat
A C c
Sliced Beets Whi,# Ti* No 2 e*" 10c
Sack
Saf#«ey!
Finest
grade,
States Navy, was in the Columbia
section.
lb.
Trend Sudser mad# by Pure«,
2 pk9‘ 3 2 c
Serve with tender, skinlets Wieners from our meet section.
River at that time on his fa­
Enriched
mous exploring Voyage around
the world.
He intervened In their behalf.
He assured Dr. McLaoughlln that
J'JJ «
Gale knew what he was about
mu *
and promised to be responsible
for any bills Incurred. "O, Well,
All-purpose
25 5W .79 50 ^ ^ - 4 9
i
l ,b A O c 3*lb 5 1 - 2 8
I . , . , . h . l . mill
. . I K
bag 4 0
bag
|
well.” said the doctor, “ they can
family
flour
Ib.
■
Ib.
Sunnybank— Ib. 3 7 e
Chatham cheese Special L U #
have all the materials they wish.”
Wilkes also gave Gale a flag,
in ensign, a c o m p »«, log line |
and other equipment from his:
own store* ,»nd an informal nav-
B EA V ER T O N
EN T E R P R IS E — Friday, January 7, 1949
_________
County Pioneer Led Revolt
Against Livestock Combine
FOUR BIG WEEKS
HUSBANDS!
YOUR HOMEMAKER AND
in your honor,
WIN $5000 (FOR HER)
Mrs. Homemaker
&
*
Salute
CORN
And here’s another contest!
BUTTER
JUICE
Kitchen
Craft
20
FLOUR
89'
Skinless
KRAUT
Wieners
10
Airway Coffee
Nob Hill Coffee Mild Cheddar Cheese
55
4 5 c ¿ .'8 9
! gw
Harvest Blossom Flour
Dalewood )b 3 1 s
Margarine,
1
.V .
SAVE ON FRESH PRODUCE
w
JA N U A RY SA LE
Beaver 3 0.1
Furniture
Phone 4002
Safeway has the low prices on fresh fruits and vegetable*
U. S. No. I Grade
ONIONS
Yellow
Mediums
Per Lb.
5
10
SPINACH
17
LETTUCE
* Lb r 1 5 ‘
.43
No 1
POTATOES
50-lbs • 1
POTATOES a r* * 49
AVOCADOS
a. 45
29
GRAPES ''lu
I2
to m ato es
ot 25
IEAVERTON FURNITURE
Open T ill 9 P M
Monday ond Friday
Luscious Winter
in cellophane
BEEF CHUCK ROAST
Apples
Juicy Win?saps
5-LB BAG
H ere’s a roast that everyone
likos . . especially when it’s
bought at S afew ay, where
every cut is guaranteed to
59c
Per Lb.
13
GRAPEFRUIT
Thinner Skins! Heavier with Juice!
him
coi ont rtuiT
AT TMt FUR Of TWM
JUKI ANO MIGA* CONTINT
C(»» tk# Tenir
•Il lA#y amai
O RA N G ES
7 LB
BAG
49
TEXAS WHITE
LB.
7
i*e
lb #
please
Rose Boautios
BEEF (Standing)
Rib Roast
SIZE 9 1 12
triday and Saturday Only
w
Trimmed Waste - free
$7.88
(Limit one to a customer)
Safeway’s trimmed-before-weighing meats save you money V
IS
Table
Rad Empwoat
$7.88
Linoleum
Rugs
SAVE ON TRIMMED M EATS
L b.
Lamb Shoulder, Roa st
Sugar Cured
ham s
a a .- 1 i s
65c
II b. 49*
59c
Short Ribs of Beef____ Per Ib. 35c
Beef Sirloin S te a k s.. .Per Ib. 73c
Pure, Lean Ground B e e f.Jb . 49c
Country-style Sausage
Ib. 49c
Little Pig Sausages.. .Per Ib. 59c
Loin Pork Roasts
-
Ib. 49c
SLAB B A C O N , sugar cured
LEA N BO N ELESS
C O R N BEEF
LB.
59
49c
-
-
-
Ib. 67c
Frosh Tender Bologna____ Ib. 49c
Young Beef Liver................ lb. 59c
LOOK to SAFEWAY tor LOW Prices/