The Beaverton enterprise. (Beaverton, Or.) 1927-1951, January 21, 1949, Image 1

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    Sorrento Couple
Celebrates 61st
Date of Wedding
VOLUME 21, NUMBER 52
Public Concert
By School Band
At Beaverton Hi
>111. A N D
M H S. JA M K S T IL T O N
C e le b ra tin g t h e i r 61st w e d d in g
a n n i v e r s a r y on D ec em b e r 19 w ere
Mr. a n d Mrs. J a m e s Tilton, of S o r ­
r e n to R oad. Mr. T ilto n also passed
his 80th b ir th d a y on J a n u a r y 16
while Mrs. T ilto n will n o t be 80
u n til in S ep te m b er.
T h e couple w e r e m a r r ie d in B u r ­
lingam e, K a n sa s, in 1887. B efore
s e ttli n g in t h e B e a v e r t o n are a, in
1939, th e y f a r m e d a t J u n c tio n City,
K a n s a s . T h e i r f am ily includes tw o
living ch ild ren , Mrs. D olard Gos­
selin, of S o r r e n to R oad, a n d Mrs.
G eorge F ilkens, of S u m n er, Wn.
Mr. T ilt o n w a s em ployed by th e
Nicol r id in g a c a d e m y f ro m 1942 to
1946. Mrs. T ilto n h a s been a se m i­
inv a lid f o r 11 y ea rs.
T h e s p r y y o u n g couple live
alone in a sm a ll h o m e on th e G os­
selin ac re a g e , n e a r th e old H ite o n
school.
Wash, Co. Fed,
Of Women's Clubs
Meets on Jan. 28
W a s h in g to n C o u n ty F e d e r a tio n
of W o m e n ’s clubs will m e e t at
F o r e s t G rove in th e C o n g r e g a ­
tio n a l c h u r c h on F r i d a y m o rning.
J a n u a r y 28, a t 10 o'clock. G u est
s p e a k e r for th e d a y will be Mrs.
H e n r y R oe Cloud of W e st Linn.
A
panel
d iscussion
entitled.
" T h r o u g h U nion — S t r e n g t h ” is
p la n n e d as a discussion of th e
g e n e ra l
fe d e ra tio n
of w o m en 's
clubs a n d its p ro g ra m s. T h e p a n ­
el will be led by th e s ta te p r e s ­
ident, M.s. W. R. Chant*.:,-
H illsboro.
BEAVERTON, WASHINGTON COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY. JANUARY
JC C SPONSORS
"POLIO PARTY**
JANUARY 29TH
A c o n c e rt for th e public fea­
VOLUNTEER HELPERS
tu r in g th e B e a v e rto n high school
b and u n d e r the direc tio n of Mel­
ASSIST 49 CAMPAIGN
vin B. Wells h as been scheduled
for J a n u a r y 26 a t 8 p.m., in the
FOR MARCH OF DIMES
high school a u d ito r iu m .
S ousa m a rc h es, t h e “A m eric an
A public "polio party " , to b e n e ­
P a tr o l, ”
"L ittle
R hapsody
in
fit the 1949 c a m p a ig n
for th e
B lue”, a n d " E i g h t e e n t h C e n tu ry
M arch of Dimes, is a n n o u n c e d this
D r a w in g R o o m " will be som e of
_
th e n u m b e r s to t a k e th e ir place " eek
e a ie ito n
|u ' u " '
on t h e b a n d p r o g ra m .
c h a m b e r of com m erce, to be held
I n c lu d e d w ith selections by the Jar*u a ,> 2® in ,hl Amt m a n
a
b and, will be m u sic by sm all gion hall. A dm ission will be by
vocal g r o u p s a n d a p iano n u m b e r . n i c k e t s
p u r c h a se d
b e fo reh a n d
u n d e r rules of t h e Legion club a n d
F o llow ing th e c onc ert, p a r e n ts
a n d f rie n d s of th e b a n d m e m b e rs th e d u c a ts will be sold by wives
of JC C m em bers,
r e p o r ts
Mrs.
a r e inv ited to s ta y for a n in fo r­
D
onald
J
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n
k
in
s
,
B
e
a
v
e
rto
n
c
h
air­
m a l g a t h e r i n g a n d lig h t r e f r e s h ­
m a n of th e f u n d r a is i n g drive.
m e n ts in th e new ca fete ria.
Mrs. J e n k i n s r e la te s t h a t a b o u t
100 coin c o n ta in e rs hav e been set
u p th r o u g h o u t th e co m m u n ity . A
c a m p a ig n in th e g ra d e school a n d
hig h school
will be
c onduc te d
w ith in a week, she adds.
T h re e g ro u p s of C a m p f ir e girls
c a r r ie d on a house to h ouse d is­
4-H L e a d e r ’s M e eting m e t at trib u tio n of coin c a id s in b e h a lf of
H illsboro M onda y evening, J a n ­ th e M arch of Dimes, a t th e s t a r t
u a r y 17th. R e p o r t s w e re given by of th e c a m p a ig n ,
la st w eek-end.
the d e le g a te s a t te n d i n g th e Club T h e girls w e re u n d e r th e d irec tio n
C o n g ress a t Chicago, also by J o e j Qf Mrs. N in a G regory, Mrs, N e id r a
Cox, w ho a tte n d e d .
J o h a n n in g m e ie r a n d Mrs. P h ilip
O ffic ers w e r e elected: D ick J o s Mead. F o r th is activ ity n a tio n a l
sy, p re s id e n t;
l e a n E vers, vice C a m p f ir e
h o n o r points
will be
p re s id e n t; Mrs. F r a n c i s Deaville. a w a rd e d .
S e c r e ta r y ; Mrs. M a r t h a G u e r b e r . ! R e sp o n se of the public to ap-
treasurer;
Mrs. H ild a h H ighbe, p e a l for f u n d s by w hich th e fight
d ir e c to r fo r th r e e years.
M rs on polio m ig h t be w aged h a s been
H ighbe, o u tg o in g p reside nt, w as h e a r te n in g , Mrs. J e n k i n s declares,
in sta llin g officer.
C o n trib u tio n s by mail a r e a lre a d y
T o n y A bts of th e C o m m ercial c o m in g in a n d in d ic atio n s point to
N a tio n a l B a n k p re se n te d a w a r d s a h e a r ty response to th e N a tio n a l
to th e o u ts t a n d in g 4-H boy a n d i n f a n t i l e
P a r a ly s i s
F o u n d a tio n
girl .also to th e o u ts t a n d in g 4-H cause.
club in th e county.
T h e Busy
C o m m itte e w o m e n a s s is ti n g Mrs.
Bees C lub w a s a w a r d e d th e pla- J e n k i n s
a r e Mrs- G a r n N orris,
que as o u ts t a n d in g H o m e E con- Mrs. T o m F ohl a n d Mrs. H a r r i e t
om ics Club.
S m ith.
Mr. A bts w a s p re se n te d a pla- ---------
que fro m th e L e a d e r s A ssociation
for his u n t i r i n g e f f o rts in th e
county.
Mrs. C la y to n N y b e r g p re se n te d
the tr o p h y given b y th e T u a l a t.n
Clubs to th e o u ts t a n d i n g D e m o n ­
s tr a t io n T e a m
in th e
County.
T h e S p a n ish class of Miss Am-
T h is tr o p h y
w as w on
by
La
Delle a n d Y vonne E isc h e n , w ho a r e t t e B a rn e s is s tu d y i n g P u e r to
g a v e a d e m o n s tr a ti o n on posture. Rico, its location, Its in h a b i t a n t s
a n d Its condition.
T h is special s tu d y is b ecause
of a plea m a d e by th e people
of
th e c o u n t r y
to th e U nited
S ta te s to “w a k e u p ” a b o u t th e ir
co u n try .
T h e s tu d y c o n ta in s d o c u m e n ­
t a r y re c o rd in g s o f the people an d
I n d ic a tin g a desire to be includ- : th e th in g s t h a t th e y do. I n f o r m a -
ed in th e f o rth c o m in g s a n i t a r y tional m a te r ia l w ith 21 p h oto­
s e w e r s y s te m of B e ave rton, Rob- p r a p b s a c c o m p a n ie s t h e record-
e r t S m ith, b u ilde r of a new sub- inRg T he title of th e s tu d y
is
division n o r th
of th e city, n e a r ..T h is ¡g p u e r t 0 Rico,," p re p a re d
C e n te r
str e e t,
asked
the city by th e u g D e p a r t m e n t
of th e
council fo r in s t ru c tio n s leading to i n t e r i o r for th e O ffice o f Infor-
a p etition for a n n e x a tio n .
m a tio n fo r P u e r t o R ic o a n d is
S m ith r e la te s t h a t he h as su b d is trib u te d by th e F e d e r a l R a d io
divided
a n a c r e a g e in to 54 lots E d u c a tio n C o m m ittee, U. S. Of-
upon w h ich he will build houses flcp of E d u c a tio n .
W a s h in g to n .
I t is his In te n tio n to a c q u ire ad- d .C.
ditio n al p r o p e r ty w hich will con
T h is stu d y “is in te n d e d to give
nect to th e city.
th e m o r e i m p o r t a n t f a c ts concern-
T h e new subdivision will lay j ¡n g th is is )a n d possession of the
alongside p a r t of th e C e d a r H ills u n i t e d S ta te s - w h e r e it is, w h a t
d e v e lo p m e n t a n d p la n s a r e also k jnd of place It is politically, ec-
u n d e r w a y to c o n n e c t It w ith Can o n om ic ally a n d c u ltu rally , how it
yon by an extension of W est S '.
is rela ted to th e U n ite d S tates,
w h a t its p ro b lem s are, a n d how
th e se p ro b lem s a r e b e in g m e t,”
a c c o r d in g to a f o rw a r d b y Max
A. Egloff, D ir e c to r of in f o rm a tio n
fo r P u e r t o Rico.
M aps to aid in th e s tu d y a re
h u n g in Miss B a rn e s room . T h ey
a r e en titled, P u e r t o Rico, Its place
T he
W e d n e s d a y . J a n u a r y 12
in th e w e s te r n w orld, P u e r t o R i­
m e e tin g of t h e B e a v e rto n K iw a n ­
co, its place
in t h e C a rib b ea n ,
is club played host to L aw son
a n d T he cities of P u e r t o Rico.
McCall, new s c o m m e n t a to r from
R a d io S ta tio n
K E X , w ho w§s
in tro d u c e d by M organ Cook
SMALL GYM CROWDS OUT
k, o n the 81s Con-
p c A VFDTOKl
g ress an d on the 45th S alem S ta te »O® f A N i A I B t A V t K I U N
L e g isla tu re a n d w h a t th e y m ean
O ne h u n d r e d e ig h ty six people
to do.
w e re tu r n e d a w a y from t h e Bea-
It w as a rap id -fire rep o rt cov- v< rton. H lIliboro b agk„tball gam e
e rin g m a n y of the most im por- ]agt F r ,d a y niRht ^
a result
t a n t m e a s u r e s before th e law m a- (>f th e rpcord 65<Vpergon a t tP n .
k e r s an d his p ersona l views on danpp gnd fln u n d p rg ,eed ^
th e se m a tte r s .
W h ile th is c a p a c ity cro w d sat.
M e m b e r s h ip b u tto n s « e r e pre- knPP]ed a n d g(0od Inside t h e gym-
s e n te d b y J e s s T a lb e r t to Dr. nag ,u m
a p p r o x im a te Iy jqo oth-
(
K Dixon One « a s also to go
would-be s p e c ta to r s a t te m p te d
to F r a n H olboke. w ho w as ab- fo vjj,w th p Ponte>t fro m the
Beaverton 4-Hers
Win 'Outstanding*
Plaque Jan. 17th
Spanish Class at
Hi School Takes
Puerto Rico Look
To Demonstrate
Audio-Visual Aid New Subdivision
At Beaverton PTA Near Center St.
H ave
you ev e r w o n d ered ju s t
w h a t t h e t e r m "Audio-V isual Aid" Asks Annexation
m e a n s in r e g a r d to y o u r child­
r e n ? C om e to th e n ex t B e a v e rto n
g ra d e school P.-T.A. m e e tin g to
be held T u e sd a y , J a n u a r y 25, to
h a v e y o u r q u e s tio n s a n sw e re d .
Mrs. E r r o l H a ss e l
will h a v e
charge
of th e p r o g r a m
w h ich
will Include a d e m o n s tr a ti o n of
t h is new est m e th o d of te a c h in g
M axine C a d y B a rn e s will give
a s h o r t p ia n o re c ita l for th e a u d ­
ience.
R e f r e s h m e n t s will be served by
th e f o u rth g r a d e room m o th e r s
in the c a f e te ria a t th e conclusion
of the m eeting.
T h e E x e c u tiv e B o a rd of the P -
T. A. held its r e g u la r m o n th ly
m e e tin g in th e g r a d e school c a f ­
e te r ia T h u r s d a y evening. J a n u a r y
13. SeveiUeen m e m b e r s of th e
b o a r d w ere p rese nt.
I t w a s a n n o u n c e d t h a t th e P.-
T. A. h a d given th e school $65
to bu y visual aid eq uipm ent.
It w a s a n n o u n c e d t h a t
the
o r g a n iz a tio n now h a s 499 m e m ­
bers.
Mrs.
Jo h n s o n ,
Sum m er
R o u n d -U p C h h i r m a n n /in o u n r r d
t h a t th e pre-srbool e x a m in a tio n s
would he held on tw o d ay s th is
year, F e b r u a r y 1 a n d April 12.
T h e P.T.A. h a s been req u e sted
to f u rn is h ho ste sse s for th e a r t
show to be held at th e B e a v e r ­
ton F u r n i t u r e sh o w ro o m s J a n u ­
a r y 24 to F e b r u a r y 5.
T h e r e w a s a discussion c o n ­
c e r n in g som e p ro je c t th e P T A .
could u n d e r ta k e .
Among m en­
tioned
u n d e r t a k i n g s w ere
buy­
ing b le a c h e r s for th e g r a d e school
gym
a n d p u r c h a s in g
cat**’erla
e q u ip m e n t fo r th e new school.
R e f r e s h m e n t s of chocolate loaf
a n d coffee w ere served by Mes-
d a m e s R u t h A n n McKenzie. N o r ­
ton P e c k a n d T o m G ra f.
Peterson-Cook
Vows Exchanged
Stevenson, Wn.
J o a n E le a n o r P e te rso n , d a u g h ­
te r of Mr. a n d Mrs. J o h n A P e ­
te rse n of C e d a r Mill bec am e the
hrlde of E v e r e t t A Cook, son of
M r a n d Mra. A lton E Cook of
B e av e rto n , on D ec e m b e r 28, 1948
in a q u ie t c e r e m o n y observed at
th e C h u r c h o f t h e N a z a r e n e
in
S tevenson. W a sh in g to n .
B r id e sm a id w as N in a N eve an d
the best m a n I.a V e rn e S chm idt,
Radio Newsman
Tells All About
Gov’t. To Kiwanis
M organ Cook gave a fine dijn
quisition on the life of K tw an ls
m e m b e r L em uel Short, w ho is th e
m a n a g e r of th e local office of
the W est C o a st T elephone Com-
p i n v It is t he plan of the new
I ly installed p r o g ra m c o m m m itte e
' to hav e a five m in u te speech,
given a t ea ch w ee k ly m eeting, by
a m e m b e r a p p o in te d a h e a d of
I tim e, on th e life of a n o t h e r m e m ­
ber. T h is idea, h a v in g been used
last year, proved to be a real
c o n trib u tio n to th e g e t - a c q u a in t­
ed th e m e.
______
H O M E F O R S F E I .f ,
Floyd C a rlso n w as h o m e for
a sh o rt tim e over th e w eek end.
doorw ay.
T hg H m l u d gpating ,,pacp m adp
u impoggiblp to gPa, thp vigitlng
gtudpntg a n d tow nsppoplp.
________
SLIPPERY ROADS NIX
T h e g ir ls ’ t r i p to W est L in n to
p a r ti c ip a te in the T Y V league
play-da)- w as cancelled la st S a t ­
u r d a y b ecause of th e d a n g e r In
t r a v e lin g on s l i p r e r y ro a d s w ith
a bus.
C A L I F O R N I A V ISIT
Mrs. V a n d e r Boegh h a s gone
*« C a lifo rn ia for a couple
of
w eek.
w h ere h e r h u s b a n d
is
w o rking.
GET ACQUAINTED WITH
MERCHANTS SATURDAY
21,
1949
>UUSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE $2 00 PER VE a R
SINGLE COPY FIVE CENTS
PGE Div. Mgr. Warns Power Council K.O.s
Crisis Threatens Industry
Ordinance on
HOMES, BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY MUST CONSERVE City Manager
In o r d e r to point out th e goods
a n d services a va ila ble every day.
r ig h t
in B e av e rto n , m e r c h a n ts
of th e c o m m u n ity have adopted
th e slogan " S a t u r d a y is Beaver
to n D a y ” a n d hav e offered spec­
JUICE CONSUMPTION DURING HOURS OF PEAK USE
ial b a r g a in s to en c o u ra g e t h e
people of th e a r e a to com e in
J o h n A. E nsche de, division m a n
W ith C olu m b ia riv er p la n ts a t
a n d get a c q u a u i n te d
E v e r y day, d u r in g the icy spell.
of P o r tl a n d G e n e ra l E le ctric Bonneville a n d Q r a n d C o u ,M
it seems,
m o re an d m ore resi- w,Lh h e a d q u a r t e r s at
Hillsboro.
d e n ts of th e a r e a are fin ding to w a in e d th ,s w ‘*“ k thl“ t i n n e d 1 '■
b ‘g pHrt ° f tbe
“
t h e i r s u r p r i s e how u n n e c e s sa ry cold w e a th e l th r o u g h o u t th e P . - . P ™ « re q u ir e m e n ts , m a jo r relief
m a n y out of tow n trips actually olflc N o r t h w e s t h as so reduced from the im m e d ia te problem hin g
are , w hen
th e y discover item s • t r e a m flows
into hyd ro ele ctric es upon t h e a d v e n t of sufficiently
t h a t m a y he p u rc h a se d in Bea- *
-■* horn ‘ das ' ° ,,M 1 high t e m p e r a t u r e s ea st of th e Cas-
verto n , w ith o u t th e need to fight j ' atIon of e lec tricity h as becom e pade m o u n :a in s to inc rea se the
crow ds, b u sse s an d
traffic. im p e rativ e .
F u r th e r m o r e ,
peak- flow of t r i b u t a i y stre a m s. P l a n t s
T h e c a m p a ig n to
hav e people h ° u r l' 8e ° { p o w e r f u r t h e r com- w est of t he C a s c a d e s
have
not
know
m o re about th e ir hom e P i c a t t d the su p p ly of the N orth- bppn SQ h a r d b it by tb e coid Spell
tow n m e r c h a n t s
is u n d e r the
west P ° wei
pool, he adds. an d a n y m o d e r a tio n of w e a th e r
sp o n so rsh ip of the B E A V E R T O N
Mr. E n s c h e d e rec en tly r e tu r n e d in t h a t section will b rin g b u t lim
E N T E R P R I S E a n d r a te s in u f , o n > a c o n f e re n c e of th e N o rth - ited ,-elief.
big w ay as N E W S to bu y in g pub
U tilitie s,a t T acom a. J a n u a r y
T he p ie se n t e n e r g y s h o r ta g e is u
lie._________________________________ 13 He
th a t a ca refu l su rv ey goreta s te
of eve n m o re serious
—— ——
of the te g io n a l pow er situ atio n , s h o rta g e s to be expected in the
there, m a k e s it c le a r th a t a new f u tu r e . u n t „ 8lloh 1ime a s M cNnry
a n d m o re c r itic a l p hase of th e d a m begins p o u r in g its o u tp u t in-
’ w in te r pow er
crisis is a lre a d y to the N o rt h w e s t po w er pool. It
here.
also e m p h a siz e s t h e urg en c y of
T h e deficit in g e n e r a tin g oapa- cooperation in su p p le m e n ta l power
city b ecause of w e a th e r a n d wa- plant co n s tru c tio n , by bolh pub-
a v e r a g e k w h p r ic e
te r conditions, h a s been e s tim a te d lie a n d p r iv a te agencies, to help
| at m ore t h a n 15 perc ent of th e bridge o v er a c ritica l period in
ESTIMATED BELOW
po w er pool's a v e r a g e load, or n e a r- th e d ev e lo p m e n t of th e
P acific
LEVEL OF PRE-WAR
ly 300,000 k ilow a tts.
N o rth w e st, E n s c h e d e points out.
E le c tric r a te increases, a m o u n t- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- -----------------------------------
in g g e n e ra lly to a "roll-back” of I
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th e r a te r e d u c tio n s m a d e in 1945 ^^11011*111011 R C p O f t S REP. EARL FISHER HITS
46 w e re filed In Salem th is week
WITHHOLDING TAX LAW
w ith th e O re g o n Public U tilities C O U I l t y K 6 G C f O S S
C o m m issio n e r b y P o r tl a n d Gen-
»
e ra l E le c tr ic C o m p a n y a n d P a c O r Q C l H I Z Q t I O I 1
S ö t
Rolling u p his sleeves the
ific P o w e r a n d L ig h t C om pany.
*-
second w eek of t h e 1949 sta te
le g i s I a t u r e, R e p r e s e n ta ti v e
V ir tu a lly all of P.G.E.'s 186,000
\
j - j . Abts,
C h a ir m a n of the
c u s to m e r s will be affec ted by the , 1949 R e d C ro ss F u n d D rive an d
E a t l E. F is h e r ,of B eaverton,
gave w a r n in g t h a t he is going
n e w r a t e s w h ic h will in c re ase by j his C o -C h a irm an , D. S. Young,
to try to k n o c k th e props out
a p p r o x im a te ly 7 %
the electric re p o r t th e following a p p o i n tm e n t
bills of a m a jo r ity of th e ousto of c h a ir m e n in th e ir respective
from In u n d e r th e w ith h o ld ­
ing tax provision t h a t slid a r ­
m e rs.
areas:
ound th e n e c k of the sta te 's
In a s ta te m e n t ac co m p an y in g
B a n k s, Mrs. H. C. G ilbert an d
f a r m e r s upon t h e latest de­
th e re q u e s t to the c o m m i s s i o n s Mrs. George L a v e r; N o rth Plains,
feat of a s ta te s sales tax, in
for g r a n t i n g of the r a te c h a n g e s M rs. J. L. W r i g h t a n d Mrs. G. B.
1947.
T h o m a s W. Delzell,
c h a i r m a n of j^ee; P u r e s t G rove, M tb . L eR oy
th e b o a r d of P.G.E., said, " B a ­ T h o m p s o n a n d Mrs. J. P. W eiber;
"I t h in k th is is u n ju s t ,” he
sic ally,
(the
program
sim ply C ornelius,
Rev.
A rm in
R eitz;
declares, " a n d I w ould like to
"ro lls -b a c k ” several r a te red u c­ Hillsboro, Mrs. F. J . K a b ie sm u n
h e a r fro m m ore W a s h in g to n
tio n s m a d e in 1945-46. T h e aver- a n d Mrs. E d n a C h a p m a n ; Aloha,
c o u n ty f a r m e r s an to w h a t
a g e price p e r kw h, in 1949, will, Mrg E u g e n e C o m fo rt a n d Mrs.
they t h in k should be d o n e!”
i t is e s tim a te d , still be less t h a n C laren c e P o r t e r ; W e st Slope, A.
th e a v e r a g e price f o r th e y e a r M
W e tte r b o r g ;
T ig a rd .
Mrs.
1946, a n d will be m ore t h a n 3 0 Ll oyd C olem an a n d O renco, Mrs.
below th e p r e - w a r level.”
; G ail K anne s.
A p p o in tm e n ts for G aston, Cher- E | j | * | | j 4 | j | » a
ry Grove, B e a v e rto n , S herw ood
a n d T u a l a tin
hav e n o t a s yet C G n V O n
R O G d S i t e
been m a d e b u t f o rm a l a n n o u n c e -
»
m e n t of a p p o i n tm e n ts in th e s e a r ­
D e c la r in g th a t C a nyon R oad is
eas will be m a d e In a s h o r t time.
t h e c o m in g ’'S a n d y B o u le v a rd ”
C h a ir m a n
A bts
s ta te d
th a t of th e area, A r t h u r J. Poulin, a t
Busy Bees C lothing Club serv-1 p la n s a re going f o rw a r d to h a v e p r M e n t as sociated "w ith th e Shew­
ed coffee a n d 90 dozen dougn- all a r r a n g e m e n t s oom pleted so w ood
c o i p o r a , | 0 n at
n u ts a t th e open in g of th e W a lk - t h a t so licitations will s t a r t prom - S h erw o o d has bpK,|n congtrucU on
e r T r a c t o r Co.. Hillsboro.
ptly on the o p e n in g day of the of a 40 by 94 foot „ ¡ „ f o r c e d co n .
G irls
as sistin g
w e r e M a r th a D rive which will be M a rc h 1 a n d crp te bulldlnR Bt 5 ,6 C a nyon R d
F lore. J u d i t h Miller, P a tr ic ia Seid- will be co m p leted w ithin a v ery oppositp CHffpp Allto P a r t# gtorp
ler, E la in e H an so n , B e v erly a n d s h o r t tim e.
U n ite d BulIderg Inc
of KeaVPr.
B a r b a r a B esm ehn, K ay e B ader.
to n , 1. g e n e ra l co n tra cto r.
POWER RATES
WILL GO UP BY
7% SAYS PGE
Bldg. Begins For
Busy Bees Serve
"Coffe And" for
Jan. 15 Opening
Janice
H ackett
an d
M ona
Barnes PTA Pays
pad | Tribute to Work
Lee
E a c h girl received a desk
f r o m Mr. W a lk e r as well as cash
to be used as a S u m m e r School
S ch o la rsh ip .
Mrs. H ild a h Highbe, as siste d by
Mrs.
Russefl M \J e r a n d
Mrs.
R u b y Bechen m a d e th e coffee.
Laurel-Scholls
Farmers’ Union
L JJX c
M iw fltf
n . - i
*■■■5 ^ l l r n f Q y
le 6 p T .
T h e LaureT-Scholls F a r m e r s Un-
ion a t Its r e g u la r m o n th ly meet-
ing T h u r s d a y e v e n in g a t th e I-eiu-
rel H all u n a n im o u sly a d o p te d a
s tr o n g ly w ord e d reso lu tio n crit-
Icizing th e h ig h w ay d e p a r t m e n t
for pro ce ed in g w ith m a j o r th r u -
w ay c o n s tru c tio n a t t h e expense
of existin g road- an d h ig h w a y s
and oppn.-. ,1 inj
la n
oline taxes or a u tom obile license
O th e r resolutions a d o p te d op
posed e n a c t m e n t of d a y lig h t sav-
ing legislation, s u p p o r te d cr eat i on
of t he office of L ie u te n a n t Gov-
ern o r, a s k e d for m o re econom y
in s ta te an d co u n ty s p e n d in g of
public fu n d s an d opposed th e in ­
cre a se of elected officials s a l a r ­
ies.
L y m a n Ross,
local P re s id e n t,
w as elected delegate to th e sta te
c o nve ntion to he held in Clack-
a m a s C o u n ty In F e b r u a r y . Mar-
th a H asse. S ecre tary , w a s elected
a lte r n a te . F r a n k S chulm erloh w as
elected delega te to th e F a r m e r s
U nion
I n s u ra n c e C onv e n tio n to
be held a t th e sa m e tim e.
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K IW A N I S TO S P O N S O R
L E E G R A B F L , M A O IC IA N
T he B e a v e rto n
K iw a n is club
will sp o n so r a show f e a t u r i n g Lee
G rahel. m a g ician a t th e B eaver-
ton high school the ev e n in g of
F e b r u a r y 2. One of th e f e a tu r e s
of th e ev e n in g will he w h en th e
m a g ic ia n e s c a p e s 'h e hopes) from
a wooden box w hich h<*s been
se curely m a d e a n d f aste n ed .
I
C o n s tru c tio n will be of th e rev-
o lu tlo n a r y new poured slab m e t h ­
od w hich is rapidly becom ing big
n ew s In the b u ilding in d u stry .
T n n r k o r
T h e building will be so b uilt th a t
I
I © G d l© I
w TQ TT
a second sto ry can be added
T h e B a rn e s P TA paid tr ib u te la ter, f o r office space. A fu tu re
to th e ir te a c h e r s ,and e x p re ssed sto re u nit on th e a d jo in in g prop-
th e ir g r a t i t u d e
for th e ir
fine j fir ty h as been provided In p rese n t
w ork a n d u n t i r i n g e ff o rts on be -1 plans.
half of th e c h ild re n of the school
Mr. P oulin
pla n s to o p e r a te
T h e m e etin g w a s held a t
th e j a f u r n i t u r e an d ap p liance busin-
\ schoolhouse F rid a y , J a n u a r y 14th. es s a t this location. He h as had
T he p r o g ra m w as In ch a rg p of w l(le experience in the f u r n it u r e
Mi -
C ha rles
D aniels, 1st Vice field, th r o u g h his co n n e ctio n s nt
P re sid e n t of I’TA S p e a k in g for S herw ood an d elsew here
the p a r e n ts of tho school, Mrs.
H e h a s also bo u g h t o th e r prop-
D aniels e x p r e s s e d
w h o le-he arted e rty In B e a v e rto n an d s tn te s his
s u p p o r t in th e school p r o g ra m , in te n tio n of m a k in g his hom e
A b rie f r e s u m e of the perso n a l here, m o ving fro m Sherwood. On
b a c k g r o u n d of th e te a c h e r s pre- busine ss p ro sp ec ts in the Beaver-
ceded a discussion by ea ch tea- ton are a, he r e p o r ts he is entlr-
e h e r of w ork done In the vari- ely e n th u sia stic ,
ous classes.
Mr B e ck e r b egan by o u tlin in g
#
growth of U m school, and C r O W d S B c S i C O e
problem s p e r ta in in g
to a n en- a
b
a
«
rollm ent in c re a se of over 10091 A S l l A u l O V T I O t l V G
Rp a | go gpoke of th e P h y sica l a .
•
E d u c a tio n
p r o g ra m , and n e r d s & | V G
A W O V
N lf lh t
pertaining to it.
F
"if"
ul ,
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...
Mrs. V erne H npplin rfitlir.ed
A s u r g in g crowd, e s tim a te d at
th e rec re a tio n problem , a n d sug 300, tu r n e d out J a n u a r y 22 to
gested t h a t P T A m ig h t find a Ash A u to m o tiv e ’s first “g ive-aw ay
sup e rv ised s u m m e r p la y g ro u n d a n i g h t ” in w hich a n u m b e r of
w o r t h y project.
prizes w ere a w a rd e d to th e firm s
Mrs. F lo ra C' m pas spoke of r e g u la r custom ers.
lit e r a tu r e
in
2nd an d 3rd
F re e lube jobs w ere a w a r d e d
m ended t hat t h e following c u s to m e rs J a c k My-
Kri'le». a n ''
h e ir ch ild ren ers, of W est Slope; W. D. Sni-
Pa r e n t s a c q u a n
w ith
th e libra. s, how to use der, A loha; F , R, V en n u m , O tto
thp,n- an d on thl* ac quisition of Tet*, H. D. R a y n o r, E d D ac h tle r,
cards.
O C. Moyers. E. W H en d ric k s.
Mrs. H elen P ow e rs, in c h a r g e
^ H u m m e l, all of B eaverton,
of the m u sic
program
fo r all
F re e oil c h a n g e w as p re se n te d
room s except f irs t g la d e , desert- R. J. L eB ru n , E. W. H e n d ric k s,
bed
m o d e rn
t e a c h in g m e th o d s Curl H a c k m a n F R. V ennum . all
She r e m a r k e d the pro ce d u re is of B e a v e r ’on a n d H. L. In-land
v a s tly m ore in te r e s ti n g for the of W est Slope,
stu d e n t now. t h a n In the past,
E r n i e W a lln r it. E velyn Gepf-
w h en scales w e re prac tice d inter- rich a n d G eorge R eynolds, all of
m lnably.
1 B e ave rton,
w on
a fre e
m o to r
T h e f irs t g r a d e
te a c h e r, Mrs. tu n e u p .
R u h y Abbott, in sp e a k in g of a r t
A deluxe a u t o h e a t e r w e n t to
h e r room, r e m a r k e d a c h ild ’s W e lfo rd K ee b au g h . of B eaverton,
s ta te of em o tio n ia clearly show n a n d a v a c u u m c le a n e r w as given
in his type of d r a w in g
O us H eilm an
MONTHLY EMPLOYEES
ASK FOR AND RECEIVE
INCREASES IN WAGE
An o r d in a n c e prov id in g fo: tne
city m a n a g e r type of g o v e rn m e n t
w as repealed by the City Council
m e etin g on J a n u a r y 17, B e a v e r ­
ton city hall. D e c la rin g t h a t it
found th e office of city m a n a g e r
"is not to th e best in te r e s ts of
the city,” th e city f a th e r s wiped
th e m e a su re fro m th e c h a r te r
M onthly em ployees of th e city,
citin g th e in c re a s e d w ork which
will result fro m th e city 's sewer
system, a s k e d for a n d received
s u b s ta n tia l in c re a se s in sa la ry or
expense money.
Archie Olson, fire c h ie f a t pre­
se n t d r a w in g $250 sa la r y a n d $25
expense m oney, a s k e d fo r a n ad
ditional $25, h a l f to he paid by
the r u r a l fire p ro te c tio n d istric t
a n d h alf by th e city. T he request
w as g ra n te d .
H e n r y MAyfield, police officer,
at p r e s e n t d r a w in g $225 salary
a n d $50 expense money, a s k e d for
$25 more, w h ich w a s allow ed
L. J. Bus.se, c ity rec o rd e r, a n d
F re d Goyt, s tr e e t s u p e rin te n d e n t,
h ad t h e i r id e n tic al s a la r ie s of
$275 per m o n th ra ise d by $25
a n d Mrs. __ I - u u n n e P ru d -h o m m e .
office girl, w on a $15 in c re a se to
b r in g h e r m o n th ly w ag e to $165
In stu d y in g the request. Mayor
H. H. J e f f r i e s c o n t a c te d th e L ea­
gue of O re gon C ities a n d o b ta in ­
ed a c o m p a r a b le scale of s a la r ­
ies paid
in cities
of 2,000 to
3,000 population. T h e se cities in­
cluded A shland,
F o r e s t Grove,
M ilwaukie, G r e s h a m a n d H illsboro
a n d show ed t h e a v e r a g e m u n i­
cipal s a la r y in m o st cases to be
betw e en
$3 000 a n d $3,600 per
year.
T h e pay raises will he effec­
tive as of J a n u a r y t. A bolishing
tbe city m a n a g e r office saves tb o
city ab o u t $370 per m o n th
O ne hid w as received fo r the
old lib ra ry building, in the a m o u n t
of $103, su b m itte d by N. L. T h o ­
m as, local realtor. T h e c ity re­
je c te d th e bid a s too low a n d
voted to a d v e r tise f u r t h e r fo r
bids.
As no p r o p e r ty o w n e r a p p e a r e d
to p ro te st a p p o r ti o n m e n t of costs
for im p r o v e m e n t of 1 1 th street,
from I^ombard to Alger, th e c o u n ­
cil passed a n o r d in a n c e for col­
lection of as sess m en ts .
O rd in a n c e to a p p o r tio n costs
on th e im p ro v e m e n t of Washing­
ton street, fro m F a r m i n g t o n ro ad
to F irs t, in t h e a m o u n t of $3,229
21 w a s passed. H e a r i n g d a t e w as
set for F e b r u a r y 7, a t 8 p.m.
H e a r i n g will also be held on
F e b r u a r y 7. a t t h e city hall. In
r e g n rd to th e o r d in a n c e for a p ­
p o r tio n m e n t of co sts for th e im ­
p ro v e m e n t of E a s t s tr e e t from
B ro a d w a y to th e T u a l a tin Valley
h ighw ay, in the a m o u n t of $1603-
.63
Guy C arr Takes
In '49 Chevrolet
Preview Showing
G uy C a rr, of C a r r ’s Chevrolet,
B eaverton, h a s ju st r e tu r n e d from
S an F rancisco, w h ere he a tte n d e d
a d e a le r m e e tin g a n d preview of
th e new 1949 C he v ro let p assenge r
cars.
T h e new c a r s will be show n to
th e public a t th e C a rr 's sh ow room
on S a tu r d a y , J a n . 22. P la n s a r e
co m p leted for m a k in g Chevrolet
a n n o u n c e m e n t d a y a g a la a f f a ir
fo r th is are a.
A t th e regional de a le r pre-ehow-
ing, G u y w as joined by ap p ro x i­
m a te ly 800 o th e r C hevrolet de a le rs
fro m th is region. T h ey w ere e n ­
te r t a in e d a t luncheon, a n d wit­
nessed a colorful pre-show ing of
the d r a m a t i c new C hevrolet for
1949.
O fficials of th e Chevrolet m o to r
division explained th e f e a tu r e s of
‘he new car. a n d o u tlined pla n s
that
hav e been
m a d e for a n ­
n o u n c e m e n t d ay a n d a f t e i w a r d
4-H LEADERS CONFER
4-H l e a d e r s ' C o n fere n ce in Cor­
vallis J a n u a r y 25, 26 a n d 27 will
see Mrs. H ildah Hlghhe, B eaver­
ton; P a tr ic ia Reidler, W e st Slope
a n d H o m er Zuver, S herw ood, a t ­
te n d in g th e th r e e day session
VII81I STUDY
Miss C n a rlo tte
G allow ay an d
Miss C h a rlo tte
T h o m p so n , who
a r e a t te n d i n g college in Califor­
nia w ere hom e for th e holidays
a n d hav e gone back to school
T h ey a r e both stu d y in g music.