The Beaverton enterprise. (Beaverton, Or.) 1927-1951, January 28, 1949, Image 3

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BEAVER
High Lights *
By Ken
T h* tru* idul of
our service is never
Farina
BOOST TO S P IR IT
A pep band composed of high
school band members has been
organized by Melvin B. Wells,
band director.
Garbed in orange and black
jackets with pep band insignia.
I the group lends pep at the bas-
I ketball games
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measured in terms
o' once, but rather
m the full measure
of giving our com
piete facilities
alike to all
to
every family
A F T K K -G A M K F R O L IC
T h e m o r lu jr )
that t e n es so
u e ll u he n yo u
n eed so m m h .
FROSH
E X T F R T A IN
NO CHF.ESE CAK E *
The home economics
classes,
Two freshman musicians took ’
under the Instruction of Mrs. Car­
' part in the student body program
ol Talbert, have been learning
Friday, January 14.
to make sponge and angel-food
Gale
Enger.
pianist,
played
cakes. Most of the cakes turned
three numbers, among them the
out "beautifully" and were great­
well known "Saber Dance Boo­
ly enjoyed by the students and
gie". A freshman. Gale will ap­
teacher.
pear many times in the forth-1
The second year classes have
coming semester, in the role of
been learning to make pies.
student body pianist.
• • •
Marilyn Boyer .also a freshman
F A M IL Y D AY
sang "My Hero", and 'Because"
Miss Bernice Conoly, photogra­
This was Marilyn's first appear­
phy director, discovered in her
ance before the students.
room a family of mice nestled
down in a box of old football
IN DCCTIO N ASSEMBLY
programs.
The induction of second sem- j She believes she broke ill track
ester student body officers was records leaving the scene of her
held January 14 in the assembly discovery.
with Jack Godwin, retiring Pres­
ident. reading the oath of office
to the incoming leaders.
Jack Jones, incoming president
after accepting his position of
leadership, made three requests
of the student body and then
took over the meeting.
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PICTURES—NO CAM ERA
The
Pep club
sponsored
a
dance Friday following the recent
Hil-Hi game
The music was from records
with Rob Holland, radio class
student, in charge o f the record
machine.
Besides the Beaver and Hil-Hi
PtrtlaM MemCr N Ilian at {iMdll MffliCKMt
students many alumni were in
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attendance.
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SCRAPBOOK FOR IT A L Y
A scrapbook
portraying high
school student activity is being
compiled
by
the Junior Red
The photography class, under
Cross council. The book will be
direction of Miss Bernice Conoly,
sent to Italy in exchange for a has been making photograms to
W EST K.N'l)
similar one.
get practice Is using the enlar­
SKLIAVOOI) BRIDOK
Homer Speer, senior, will be in gers.
charge of the photographs which
Photograms are made by block-
CREMATORIUM
are to show all the activities of , ing a piece of photographic pa- ■
MAUSOLEUM
the average high school student. per under an enlarger with op- \
Joe Rigert. senior, will be res­ j aque or translucent objects on it
CEMETERY
ponsible for the written part of | thus forming pictures or inter- J
Complete Funeral Service" in New
the book.
esting designs.
Cathedral Chape"! at No Extra Coat
These projects
conducted by
Riverside is a cooperative associ­ Junior Red Cross
groups will IT A N N O Y S AN O YSTER
ation with assets of over $800,000 serve to acquaint the young peo­
“ You can see almost every- I
ple of different countries.
; thing’ " was the comment of Bob !
i Speer, sophomore, as he examin­
ed the dissected mollusk in Mrs. |
Kathryn Ward's biology class. I
The mussel, a member of the
phylum,
molluska, was contri­
buted by Duane Norris, a soph-1
«more, in connection with the
I study of mollusks.
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SEES "L A S T BAYS”
Eight members of Mrs. Jean j
Pattarson's Latin classes went on
a theater trip recently.
They saw “The Last Days of
Pompeii" which was playing a*
the Paramount Theatre.
Those in the party were: Bar­
bara Hemrick. Leila Reed, Lor­
raine Jones. George Jansen, Mur­
by Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corporation,
ray Bartley, Craig Knutsen. Ben
an instrumentality of the United States Government.
Middleton and Barry Eastham.
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PUTNAM
Chiropractic Physician
30 years practice in Portland
I block So. of Canyon Road on
Howett Road West Slope
Portlond phone BEacon 9637
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SH IFTS IN S C H f)m 'l.E S
With
second
semester
come
schedule changes.
A course in special music will
be instructed by Mrs. Eleanoi
Duncan.
Mrs. Lillian Bgockman’s trig­
onometry and algebra 2 classes
i have
been
Interchanged
while
Edward Bader will have a class
in arithmetic review instead of
algebra.
There will be room for six
more students In the beginning
journalism class of Miss Amarette
Barnes. Her senior students are
assigned to the Hummer staff.
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ANDERSON &
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Officers Named
At Cong. Church
Annua! Meeting
The annual meeting of Bethel
Congregational Church was held
in connection with a potluck
dinner on Wednesday evening.
January 12. Reports by officers,
committees and by the minister
outlined the progress made dur­
ing 1948.
Miss Amarette Barnes, super
intendent of the church school
•reported ttfat twenty-four (per
sons are assisting in a teaching
capacity and that this fall the
attendance reached 162 which is
an all-time record for the school
Mr. Charles Drew, reporting foi
the trustees, recommended that
letters of thanks he sent to Mc-
Cready Lumber Company, Bea­
verton Hardware, I,. H. Cobb Con­
struction Company, Holland Feed
Store and the Messrs. Ray Clear­
water, Neuman
Ward, Homer
Wright and Fred Goyt for favors
and services extended to Bethel
Church.
It was voted to make the P il­
grim Room into the minister’s
study in order to provide more
space and greater convenience.
The building committee, headed
by
Paul Knepp
reported the
completion of the parking lot.
the installation of the new fur­
nace, and
work
done in the
church school rooms.
Officers for 1949 are as fol­
lows: M. H. Metcalfe, treasurer:
Mrs. Mllda Rarklund, clerk; Mrs
Norton Peck, superintendent of
the church school: Miss Amarette
Barnes, assistant superintendent:
Mrs. Paul Knepp. nursery advi­
sor
The trustees for 1949 are Chas.
Drew, Mrs. Clarence Buffam, Jo­
seph Bates. John Felsher, Mrs.
I-ela Richey, Norton Peck and
Dr C. E. Mason.
The deacons are E G. Webb,
Harry Carlson, L. M. Rleaknev.
Willard Erlcson and H. O. Ervin.
Deaconesses are Miss Elizabeth
Martin
and
Mesdames
Harry
Brown tigg.
John Felsher. Paul
Knepp and M C. McKercher.
Willis Cady will continue
in
charee of music with Mrs. Max­
ine Cady Barnes and Mrs. B. D
Randall assisting
The religious »duration com­
mittee includes
Miss
Amarette
Barnes.
Mjss Bernice Coryoly,
Paul Knepp and Mesdames Nor­
ton Peck. J. N. Speer, Philip Held
and Devoe Brasel.
The sociali action committee
\ includes Mesdames Lela Richey,
M. H. Metcalfe, L. M. Putnam,
Charles Byrd Ronald Webb and
H. J. Peterson.
Head usher Is Clarence Buffam.
assisted by H. D. Salmon, James
Senrles. Charles Byrd and Ron­
ald Webb.
Ushers from the high
school group are Donald Metcalfe
Donald Selden. Alton Byrd, Wil-
lian Rernhardt and Rnrrv Hoag-
lln.
W E E D IN G IN L IB R A R Y
In spite of the seeming inaettv- \
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Garage & Service Station
= ity of the high
school library,
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= things are happening.
(The Firestone Store)
in
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Three books have arrived from
WOULD BEAR
A SON Let
West End of “ Y " in Beaverton
the Literary
Guild book
club.
me become the mother of a son
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Phone 39<51
They include: "Southern Crosa”
and I will give him hack to you
in
by Brigid Knight, "Snow Dog” by \
I to serve all the dnys o f his
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Jim Kjelgaard, and Pass That
life.
So Hannah the childless
Puck" by Richard T. Flood.
ili
made her prayer to God and he
The librarlana are working on
honored her faith. Yes He that
jjj
the recataloging o f the entire
cometh
to God must
believe
ill
library. Beverly Blank, one of the
that he Is and that he is a re-
librarians .spent part of her time
warder of them that diligently
during the holidays at a Port­
seek him H EB REW S 11:6. So
<1
land library finding needed sub­
Hannah showed her faith and
Ti
ject card materials on authors.
THE
OPENING
OF
HIS
OFFICE
God gave
her a son. Samuel,
ill
Using the guide, ‘Sear’s Sub­
one of the great names of all
ject Heading for Small Librar­
fij
FOR THE PRACTICE OF
time. 1st SAMUEL, Chap One.
ies” the books are being classi­
HEARS US T f) DAY
Like
'I1
fied under an entirely different
Hannah of old, may you also
in
system. Starting with the fiction
have faith in God and show
ill
books, 1,000 have been completed.
your faith
by believing
his
Mrs. Marjory Whitbeck. lib­
word
You are to believe that
Attend a free lecture
rarian.
states
that
they are
m
God so loved you, that he gave
ROOM 7, MANNING BUILDING
"weeding out books" and that "30
his Son, Jesus, to die for you.
hi
m
entitled
= worn-out, obsolete fiction books”
Stand on it that your life page
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have
been
replaced
by
200
new
I BEAVERTON
PHONE 3571 S books.
is cleared.— The blood of Jesus
ill
m
Christ,
God's Only-Born
Son,
. . .
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cleanses from all sin. Believe
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“ CHRISTI \N SCIENCE:
SHE’S FRISCO BOUND
and God givps you eternal life.
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As a representative of the Bea- |
PROVE
TH E
N IW
L IF E
INK
PROMISED
verton Y-Teens and the Portland
Standing on It that Christ paid
Y-Teen
Interclub,
Arden Arm-
the penalty for all your sins,
COMFOIM KR"
field. senior, will attend
a Na­
now receive Him as the I »r d
tional YWCA convention In San
y^~r~===K
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of
your new life. Welcome Him,
Francisco. March 7-14
for
say* He
BJEHOLD
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Secretary
of
the
Y-Teen
Inter­
by
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STAND
AT
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DOOR
A
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club in Portland, she will at­
KNOCK IK A N Y MAN HKAt:
tend the convention, the first
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MY VOICE AND O PE N TH E
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since the war. with three other
Knl|»h K. Wafers, L..S.B. DOOR, I W IL L COME IN TO
girls ropresen'lng the club They
HIM AND W IL L FEAST W IT H
j are Madge Tillsley, president, Os-
«if r ii¡r ;i::o . I llin o i»
HIM AND HE W IT H ME.
ena
Irwin, vice president
and
Rev. 3:20. Now hear J. Oliver
Shirley Duncan, all of Portland
Buswell, Jr " I f God does not
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Member of the Board of
give you the vety thing asked
LO C K E R C LA M P DOWN
Lectureship of The Mother
for, then he has something bet­
New rules in regard to locker
Church The First Church
ter for you.”
care were announced last week
of Christ, Scientist, In
Open and unlocked lockers will
Boston. Massachusetts.
be padlocked and a fine o f 10
1 w M i*rtie»ne* Ha HortUnrt t O r*eor
cents per person will be charged
n il« «pu r« m ill lor #» • w a ttle fa rati*
to have them reopened
B E A V E R SOCIALS
Twenty cents per person wilt
The Beaver Social Club Is hav-
be charged for second offense and ,
TH URSD AY FE B R U A R Y 3
J ing i card party with light
the amount will Increase |n cor-
lunch and prizes at the Masonic
8 P. M.
re.nondence with the number o '
offenses.
Temple January 20 at 12 30.
in the
All are Invited.
W ill give utility and beauty to your kitchen
IN T R A M U R A L * RO LL
CIVIC AUDITORIUM
M VF SOCIAL EVE N T
W il’ ie A »d »r s o n ’s Clohe'rnMers
McCready's features all styles and prices
S W Third Ave., and Clay St.
‘ humned
Alnn C>o»n!'s C,„. •
The M Y. F. had an excellent
men 34-9 in the on^nlng pnme nf
(TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED)
social gathering at the church
this vear’s Intramural basketball
Saturday evening. January 15th,
season.
under the leadership of Miss Dix­
Third Church of Christ. Scien­
*^'v' e leefnie is row
ie Harrell.
tist, Portland, Oregon
of 9 teams which are raring to
Games were playetl, Refresh­
pl*v belt.
ments were served and a short
Old Canyon Road
Beaverton Phone 3821
Ml Are Cordially Invited
Refereeing will be done bv vnr-
devotional was held
*'*v be!' ole vers no»M students
The regular monthly meeting
i a-e trained for the Job.
will not be held on Jan. 26.
Childless Wife
r J n c ( > j
Mow ( lirintiaii
Scieiice Frees
From Fear
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OPTOMETRY
YOUNGSTOWN SINKS
W. J. McCREADY LUMBER CO.
6 steps
TO
MTTKI t
TELEPHONE
1. A n s w e r p r o m p tly .
Otherw ise, the person
calling may think you
are not there and w ill
hang up.
SERVI CE
2 . Be sure of the number
b e fo r e you c a ll. I f
you're in doubt, check
the directory.
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3 . Give your party plenty
of time to answer the
telephone.
4 . Speak distinctly and
in a normal conversa­
tional tone of voice.
3« Speak into the mouth­
piece with your lips
about one inch from it.
6 . Hang up gently after
making sure the other
person has finished.
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Dr. Frank McBride
BEAVERTON ENTERPRISE— Fr.day, January 28, 1949
^ HILLSBORO
A LO H A Jjj
Evangelist J. E. Williams
O F P A S A D E N A , C A L IF O R N IA
January 26 to February 6
SERVICES N IG H TLY, 7,30— SUNDAYS, 1 1 A M
AND 7;30 P M
A veteran pastor-evangelist
Outstandingly suc­
cessful as director of the "Little Church of the Fireside"
radio program, Long Beach . . .
For many years
teacher of a men's Bible class of 4,000
and camp­
meeting preacher
AT THE FRIENDLY
CHURCH OF THE
NAZARENE
Leonard C Johnson, Pastor
1st at Stott Streets
BEAVERTON, OREGON
“THIS'R!"
Yes . . . pick the Cross of
Malta as an emblem of your
security. Pick the V F W as
your insurance of veteran's
benefits. The G.I. bill of
rights . . . terminal leave pay
. . . National Life Insurance
changes — are V F W battle­
grounds. We now train our
sights in favor of a uniform
pension system and W .W . II
bonus. Protect your future
by belonging Be a member
of the world's oldest and
largest organization of and
for overseas veterans by
joining our post today. We’d
like to have you with us.
BEAVERTON POST NO. 4617
I. O. O. F. HALL
Meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday each month
53 N Broadway, Beaverton
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