The Beaverton enterprise. (Beaverton, Or.) 1927-1951, May 13, 1949, Image 14

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BEAVERTON ENTERPRISE— Friday, May 13, 1949
Business Guide
BEAVERTON AREA BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL LISTINGS
ADVERTISING
HEATING
Phone TRinity 0498
GRAUER & ACKERM AN
WM. SCHWEIZERHOF
Furnaces
— Floor Furnaces
Oil Burners -
Circulators
Controls
- Repair Service
Phones Beaverton 4182 or AT 4507
—Advertising Specialties—
Calendars - Pencils - Business Gifts
3141 N. E. 62nd Ave.
Portland 13, Ore.
INSURANCE -----------------------------------
APPLIANCES
APPLIANCES
DOUGHTY'S
“Largest Selection of ^Electrical Appliances
In Beaverton”
1445 N. E. Canyon Road
Beaverton_4175^
F IR E
- AUTO
- L IA B IL IT Y
-
BO N D S
THOM AS S. DUTHIE
680 S. E. 13th St., Beaverton, Ore. Phone 4240
"Insure and Be Sure”
LUMBER
APPLIANCES
GRAUER & ACKERMAN
Hot Point
-
Maytag
"Every Appliance for the Home”
On Canyon Rd.
Beaverton 4182
East of Beaverton
or ATwater 4507
KINGSLEY-BEAVERTON LUMBER CO.
Dutch Boy Paint«
Roofing
—
Insulations
Beaverton
Phone 3201
LUMBER
ATTORNEY
W. J. M cCREADY LUMBER CO
THURLOW WEED
ROOKING - IN S U L A T IO N
A T T O R N E Y - AT - LA W
237 Farmington (next to Klwanis Hall)
B E A V E R T O N __________ _%_______
Phone 444»
SASH
and DOORS
Beaverton
Phone 3821
NURSERY
BEAUTY SALON
Camellias
.5 A IV
Rhododendrons
VTcwF /
Evergreen Specialist
CANYON BEAUTY STUDIO
Guai anteed Permanent Waving
»101 S. W. Canyon Road
Evenings by Appointment___________
AT 2893
BUILDING MATERIAL
Rare-Dwarf
Evergreens
Beaverton 3651
DREW 'S ILEX NURSERY
Eighth mile west of Beaverton on Canyon Rd.
OPTOMETRIST-
WEST SLOPE LUMBER YARD
DR. FRAN K McBRIDE
For Anything in Building Material—We Have
It—Will Get it or it Isn’t Made
Manning Bldg , Beaverton
9049 8 . W. Canyon Rd.
BRoadway <U22_
For Appointment Phone Beaverton 3571
PAINTING
CARPENTER
C. MICKELSEN
M ILTO N R. DRAKE
Building -- Repairs
Painting - Papering
Contract Work
Free Estimates
Work Guaranteed
260 S. W. 9th St., Beaverton
Phone 4962
Beaverton 4194
Rt. 3, Box 249
PAINTING & DECORATING
CARPENTER*
B E A V E R T O N B U ILD E R S
New Homes — Remodeling — Repairing
Minting and Decorating
A. HARRY MacINTYRE
Phone 2821
Rt. 1, Box 435, Beaverton
LEE 0. STEEN
Estimates Gladly.
W ork Guaranteed
Papering a Specialty
Oswego Phone 3-7721
PLUMBING
CEMENT WORK
CLEARWATER PLUM BING
Cement work. Any Kind. Large or Small
Block Laying
Stucco
Water Proofing
Electric and Gas W ater Heaters
Fairbanks-Morse Pumps and Service
Free Estimates
PHONE
BEAVERTON
2625________
CLEANERS—--------------------------- ----- —
Beaverton
Phone 4581
PLUMBING
COOK'S CLEANERS & DYERS
CARLSON PLU M B IN G CO.
"Home of Fine Cleaning”
"20 Years Experience”
Material and Workmanship Guaranteed
Beaverton 4118
Charles Carlson
Ted Sanborn
8 and H Green Stamps
Beaverton 3891
375 S. W. Canyon Rd.
BEacon 6757
RADIOS
CONCRETE STEPS
PRE-CAST P A T E N T E D C O N C R E T E
For Beauty and Safety
Home und Public Building
BEAVER RADIO & RECORDING
STEPS
G U A R A N T E E D R E P A IR S
Good used records 25«', Public address systems,
record players A parts. Recording equipment
Across from Telephone Office Beaverton 4942
DALE SEEBER
Rte 5, Box 281D, Hillsboro 4 ml. on River Rd.
REAL ESTATE
FEED AND SEED
E. L. WORD, R eal Estate
PROGRESS FEED CO.
Farm Feeds - Seeds - Special Mixtures
We grind and mix OUR O W N or YO UR Grain
H A R R Y PAIX)
HOW ARD TYLER
Progress, Oregon
Call Beaverton 4020
Flarms
-
Suburbans
-
Residential
1210 N. E. Canyon Road
Beaverton 4631
Portland Capital 2211
REALTORS
FEED
Residential, Farms, Suburban Properties
Insurance
—
Notary Public
HOLLAND FEED STORE
Hay
—
Grain
—
Seeds
Poultry Supplice
Beaverton
Phone 3811
W ASHINGTON COUNTY AGENCIES
736 N. E. Canyon Road Beaverton 4142 or
Scholls 8333, BEacon 5946
REFRIGERATION
FEEDS
Horticultural,
Agricultural and
Florist
Supplies
FINDLEY M ILLING CO.
16 S. E. Farmington
Beaverton 3851
REDFIELD REFRIGERATION
Service and Repair on All Makes Refriger­
ators, Washing Machines, Ranges and Motor*
Phone Beav. 4985
1582 N
E. Center St.
REFAIRS
FLORIST
Guaranteed Repair
Washing Machines
,
Refrigerators, Ranges. Motors, Etc.
BEAVERTON FLORIST
F LO W E R S V O R A L L OCCASIONS
Deliveries to Hillsboro and Portland
1650 8 . E. Ixxnbard St
BLANTON SERVICE
Phone Beaverton 2384
Phone Beaverton 2526
SHEET METAL WORK
FLORIST
LABBE FLOWERS
WEDDINGS OUR SPECIALTY
Near Sunset Highway
6802 8 W Canyon Rd.
Bridge
ATwater 108»
FURNITURE
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General Jobbing. Ventilation, Kitchen and
Restaurant Equipment, Stainless Steel
Fabrication
MAX'S SHEET METAL W ORKS
691 8 W Erickson
Residence 906 8 . W
6th
Max
Beaverton
E. Umrein
THE LUZ ON CLUB
TERRY'S FURNITURE CO.
For Weight Reducing and Chic Grooming
“New and l ard"
Household Furnishings. Quaker Oil Heaters
Mufltag Electric Ranges, All Slaae
2286 N. E. Canyon Rd
Beaverton 4703
CLARA M ANDERSON, Instructor
GARBAGE SERVICE-
VALLEY GARBAGE SERVICE
805 Johnson Road,
Phone 4867
WATKINS PRODUCTS
For
Delivery on Your Favorite Products
Write or See
George Hohnstem, Jr.
Phone M U 2806 or Beaverton 3176
6816 N E 10th A v t . Portland 11, Oregon
Beaverton
J. L. BENSON
213 8
W
Washington, Beaverton
Church Society
Fetes Members
Naming Groups
Heart Strain in
Old Age Raises
Blood Pressure
SERVICES
Two of the Circles of the Wo-
When you warn an excited per­
I man’s Society for Christian Ser- son.
“Watch your blood pres-
the
| vice recently adopted names, the sure, you are not only using a ,
I first circle having already been popular expression; you are lit-!
COMMUNITY CHURCHES
named.
erally pointing out to him that
The original Circle is the Zi- the pressure of blood in his ar- j
I ona Circle in honor of Mrs. Zi- teries is being increased by his j
ona Wilmot,
the eldest living emotional upset, wether it be ex-
CH UR CH O F CH RIST
H IG H W A Y C H A P E L
member of the Beaverton Meth­ citemeht, anger, fear or anxiety. ,
Full Gospel Church
Second
and Main Street«
Blood pressure can be increased
odist Church.
Canyon Highway A Mill Street
George
W
. Springer, Pastor
by
the
heart's
beating
faster
o
r
,
Circle
No. 2 has
taken the
Orville J. Poulin, Minister
Morning worship and preaching
a narrowing
down of th e ,
name Minerva for Mrs. Robert by
service 9:45 a.m.
vessels
through j Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Scott and Circle No. 3 chose to smaller blood
Morning Worship at 11 a.m.
Evening worship 8 p.m.
the
blood
is pumped.
honor Mrs. Laura Holcomb. The which
Evening Service 8 p. m.
Bible
School
class session 11
Thus
.everyone’s
blood
pressure
ladies of the Circle were happy
Thursday Night Service 8 p. m. a.m.
to know that Mrs. Holcomb had is constantly changing within cer­
Christian Endeavor 7 p.m.
been Informed of the action and tain limits, depending on whether
B E T H E L C O N G R E G A T IO N A L
Midweek Bible Study, Thursday
was very pleased before she pass- * person is resting or physically
C H UR CH
8 p.m.
ed away April 29t9h.
active .emotionally calm and re- 330 Watson street
Phone 4580
Albert F King, Minister
The Minerva Scott Circle con­ laxed or excited and under ten- 1
R K E D V IL L K C O M M U N ITY
sists of ladies who are able to s,on-
Church School: 9:45 a.m.
P R E S B Y T E R IA N C H UR CH
meet during the day while the
It is perfectly normal for a Morning Worship: 11:00 a.m.
Rev. Graham Gilmer, Pastor
Laura Circle are mostly ladies person’s
blood pressure to
be
pilgrim Fellowship: 7:00 p.m.
Sunday School 9:45 A. M
with young children or profes- “high” when he runs, for ex- ________
Worship
Service 11 A. M.
slonal women who meet in the j ample, or climbs stairs or is em-
T H E V A L L E Y C O M M U N IT Y
evening.
otionally worked up. It is when
Young People’s C. E. 7 P. M
U N IT E D
P R E S B Y T E R IA N
The Laura Circle will meet May blood pressure stays more or less
CHURCH
12 at the home of Mrs. Leah Lee, constantly at a high level that a
C H UR CH O F T H E N A Z A R E N E
7850 S. W. Brentwood Avs.
741 S. E. 12th. They are helping Person is
said to have "high
Leonard C. Johnson, Pastor
West Slope
each other to learn to knit.
I
pressure .
Phone Beaverton4345
Rev. H. A.. Armttage, Pastor
A person may have abnorally
is
Sunday School 9:46 a.m.
The Minerva Scott Circle
Morning worship: 11:00 a.m.
planning to meet at Mrs. Raasch’s I hi« h blood pressure and live
a
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Bible School: 9:46 am .
H i-N -Y and N.Y.P.S. 6:30 p.m.
home on Greenway Drive, Friday normal life for many, many years.
Youth and adult meetings: 6:30
If the pressure get s too great p m
the 13th.
Evangelistic service 7:30 pjn.
Mid.week meeting
Mid-week prayer meeting, Wed­
Once a month the General So­ there is the danger that one of
Wednesday,
p m
nesday, 7:45 p.m.
ciety meets to coordinate
the the vessels might burst. One
tery in the brain is weaker than
work of all the Circles.
most and this is the one most
C H U R C H O F JESUS C H R IS T OF
FIR ST M E TH O D IST CH UR CH
likely to give way, resulting in
L A T T E R D A Y SAINTS
9:45 a. m. Church School. 11 a. m.
what
is
commonly
called
a Morning worship. 6;45 p. m. M.Y.F.
ODD FELLO W S H ALL
"stroke”.
4th and Watson Streets
53 N. W. Broadway
Beaverton
Furthermore, if the blood pres­
Rev. Mark B. Lloyd, Pastor
C. H. Peterson, Branch President
Mrs. Laura E. Holcomb of 633
sure remains high for a long Res. 5625 N. Kerby Ave., Portland.
Sunday School 3 pan.
N. E. Broadway, Beaverton, pass­
time it makes
the heart work Telephone WEbster 8978.
Sacrament Meeting 7 p.m.
ed away on April 29th. Services!
'*
'•"'c
l - ij
„ _____ . __w . , t harder than nature intended it
were held at the Beaverton Meth­
ST. M A T T H E W L U T H E R A N
should to keep the blood cireu-
C E D A R M IL L C O M M U N ITY
odist Church on Monday, May 2
CH UR CH
lating at a normal rate.
This
CHURCH
at 2 p.m.
Canyon Road at Johnson
overwork may cause the heart
12208 N. W. Cornell Road
She was the widow of the late muscle to become enlarged
Leonard Kutz, Pastor
and
at Church St.
Rev.
Wilson
Sumner
Holcomb weakened.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Simon E. Forsberg. Minister
who passed away in 1917. Inter­
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Many people in this country
8318 S. W. Canyon Road
ment was in Lincoln Memorial suffer from high blood pressure
Portland 1 , Oregon BEacon 8698
Park, Portland, at the side of and it is believed that the rapid P IL G R IM L U T H E R A N C H UR CH
9:45 a.m. Sunday Bible School.
her husband. The Rev. Mark B. pace of our existence here— hard Farmington at Menlo, Beaverton
11:00 a.m. Morning Service.
Erwin A. Gerken, Pastor
Lloyd
officiated at the services work, intense competition, count­
7:00 p.m. Young People's Hour.
and he was assisted by Dr. Ol­ less social activities is a factor
Telephone Beaverton 3441
(Senior and Junior).
ivers
Gill,
Methodist
District in some cases.
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
7:45 p.m. Evening Gospel Hour.
Divine Service 10:30 a.m.
Supt, of the Forest Grove Dis­
But high
blood pressure
can
Thursday 7:45 p.m. Bible Study
Lutheran Hour, K A L E 9:30 a.m.
trict.
also be a warning that a person
Mrs. Holcomb was born on June is suffering from some other ill­
C O M M U N IT Y B A P T IS T CH UR CH
25th, 1862 in Wayne County In­ ness, such as kidney disease.
ST. C E C IL IA C H U R C H
Aloha, Oregon
diana. She had lived in Oregon
Whether high blood pressure is Masses: 7 a.m., 8:30 a.m., 10 a.m.
Rrllng Monnes, Minister
since
1880 and was prominent due to abnormal tension affecting
Sunday School at 9:46 * m
throughout this country in assist­ the heart and arteries or whether
C A N Y O N R O A D B A P T IS T
Morning Worship at 11:00.
ing her husband in his minister­ it is a sign of some other illness
C H U R C H ....
B. Y. F. and Juniors 6:30 p.m.
ial duties while he was alive. She it means the person should be Meeting tempoarily Odd Fellows
Evening service at 7:30 pjn.
moved to Beaverton in 1920.
under the supervision of a physi­ Hall 53 N. Broadway, Beaverton
She is survived by her daugh­ cian. Often it is first detected at Rev. Russell B. Thomas, Pastor AIAJHA A S SE M B L Y O F GOD
2616 N. E. 20th Ave. Portland
ter, Mrs. Corabelle W alker and a routine annual physical exam­
Rev. Rilla Mae Stephens, Pastor
Phone W Ebster 5526
her son, W ilbur S. Holcomb, both ination.
Sunday School 10 a.m.
9:45 a_m. Sunday School.
of Beaverton; a brother, James
Wednesday 7:45
p.m. Prayer
However, anyone who suspects
11:00 a.m. Morning worship.
meeting.
R. Van Brunt lives in Spokane, he might have high blood pres­
Wash. There are 7 grandchild­ sure should consult
his doctor.
i
L E G A L NOTICE
ren and 14 great grandchildren. Frequently he will find his sus­
of Lombard Street intersects
picions were false, but if he does
with
the said
center
line;
N O T IC E OF BOND SALE
have high blood pressure he will
thence
westerly
along
the
N O T IC E IS H E R E B Y G IV E N
have the benefit of new and ef­
center
line
of said
S. E.
that sealed bids will be received
fective treatment which has been
Twelfth Street to a point on
by the undersigned until the hour
developed for certain forms of
the center
line of
Watson
of 8 o’clock p.m., the 16th day
high blood pressure.
Street where the same inter­
of May, 1949, and Immediately
High blood pressure seems to
sects with the center line of
thereafter
publicly
opened by
be more common In middle age
S. E. Twelfth Street,
the District School Board of Un­
and old age. Many of us refuse by regrading and applying level­ ion High School District No. 10
One out of every six holders
to face the fact that we are "not ing courses of rock and paving Jt., Washington and Multnomah
o f an Oregon driver’s license was
as young as we used to be,” and with oiled wearing surface to a Counties,
at Beaverton
Union
involved in a traffic accident last
subject the heart and arteries to width of 22 feet, being 11 feet High School building, in the City
year, the secretary of state’s traf­
the same terrific strain that we on each side of said center line, of Beaverton, Oregon, for an is­
fic safety division said today.
did in our more resilient youth. It said work to be performed by the
sue of bonds of said District in
Statewide records show 127,768 is common
sense
to conserve city street department; and by in­
drivers were involved in acci­ strength and energy as one gets stalling storm sewer and drain­ the sum of three hundred thou­
sand
dollars
(J300.000.00),
said
dents
during 1948, 9,471 more older and It probably is also one age for said street.
bonds to be in denominations of
than during
the first postwar way to avoid high
blood pres­
BE IT F U R T H E R R E S O LV E D one thousand dollars
($1.000.00)
year of 1946 and an all-time high sure.
That the cost of said improve- each, dated July 1, 1949. and ma­
Over half were guilty of a traf-
.
..
,,
I This column
is prepared by: ment« be assessed against the ab- turing serially in numerical order
fic la " vio a to n a
e
| Washington County T. B. and uttjnjr property as provided by
at the rate of thirty thousand
the mishap ,the record reveals.
Health Association, Inc.
the ordinances and charter of the dollars ($30,000,00) on the 1st day
Most of the accident drivers
City of Beaverton.
of July in each of the years 1952-
I,E G A L NO TIC E
were Oregon residents with six
BE IT F U R T H E R R E S O L V E D 1961 inclusive; provided, however,
years or more driving experience R E SO LU TIO N O F IN T E N T IO N That a written objection or re-
that all bonds which mature af­
TO IM P R O V E S. FI. T W E L F T H monstrance
to said street
im ter July 1, 1957 shall be subject
STREET
provement, if any be made, be to call and redemption on any in­
W H E R E A S , 75^ of the proper- j filed at any time on or before terest paying date after July 1 ,
ty owners
abutting
on S. E. 8:00 p.m. on May 23, 1949 at the 1957, said bonds to bear interest
Twelfth Street have petitioned the City Hall in Beaverton, Oregon. | at the rate of not to exceed three
BE IT F U R T H E R R E S O L V E D per cent <3%) per annum, pay­
| City Council to initiate and insti­
tute the necessary proceedings for That the recorder is authorized able semiannually, principal and
the improvement
thereof
from to give notice of this resolution interest payable at the fiscal ag­
Two major changes in
leave
street to Watson Street, in the time and manner provided ency of the State of Oregon in
policies affecting veterans enrolled an(j
| by the charter and ordinances of New York City, or at the office,
under the G. I. BUI In job-training
W HEREAS,
the City Council the City of Beaverton, that the of the County Treasurer of Wash­
establishments or in schools below deajreg to institute the necessary City Recorder shall serve notice ington County, Oregon, at the op­
the college level have been an- p r o c e e ( i j n g s to have the said im- of such improvements as required tion of the successful bidder.
nounced by the Veterans Admin- provenlent performed,
by the ordinances and
in the
All bids must be accompanied
1st ration.
NOW’
THEREFORE, BE
IT i manner therein set forth.
by a
certified
check
for five
Effective immediately, the VA R E S O LV E D BY T H E C IT Y OF'
Introduced and passed
this 2nd thousand dollars ($5.000.00) and
said veterans will be allowed to r e a V E R T O N That the City of day of May, 1949
must be unconditional.
Bonds
apply for 15 days leave at the Reaverton
Washington County.
H. H JE FF R IES,
will not be sold for less than par
end of their period of enrollment J Oregon, proceed to improve S '■
Mayor
value and accrued interest.
in addition to whatever leave was ^ E Twelfth Street within the City | A TTE ST
L. J. FUSSE
The approving legal opinion of
taken while in training.
on the following portion thi C
Recorder
Messrs. W’infree. McCulloch. Shu­
The second change of V A policy of:
: Date of first publication May ler and Sayre will be furnished
places full responsibility for the
Beginning at a point on the
6, 1949.
the successful bidder.
granting of leaves of absence to
center line of S. E. Twelfth
Date of last publication May 13.
The Board reserves the right
G. I students during training upon
Street where the center line j 1949
to reject any and all bids
the school
or employer-trainer,
W. D. CAM ER O N
within a maximum
of 30 days
T H E R E S A GIBSON
yearly.
Clerk
Veterans will be granted leave
Address:
Beaverton
Oregon.
at the completion of their period
Beaverton
Union High School
of enrollment only if they have
District No. 10 Jt.
enough entitlement to education or
Date of first publication April
training to cover it. the VA em­
29, 1949
phasized.
Date of last publication May 13,
WOMEN'S TOWN AND COUNTRY APPAREL
Periods of enrollment for on
1949
the-Job training and in short, in- I
8838 S W Canyon Road
tensive courses usually include the
entire extent
of
the
training
West Slope
CApital 4309
course enrollment periods for vet­
erans in schools below college level
most commonly are the ordinary
Top Material, Guaranteed
school years.
in
Laura E. Holcomb
Road Accidents
Involved Every
Sixth Licensee
Yets in School
Granted New Y A
Ruling on Leave
Chez S u z y
PLUMBING
WEATHER STRIPPING
Interlocking Metal - Insulation - Venetian
Blinds
—
Free Estimates
Multnomah Metal Weatheistrip Co.
3221 8 W’ Spring Garden Rd . Portland L Ore
J W (Bill) Bollinger
Phone Beaverton 2198
WROUGHT IRON
Special Price
on
W'eather Vanes
DALTON & CO.
'Anything in Wrought Iron ’
Grills. Railings. Gates, Fences, Guards
lanterns
38* Canyon Road Beaverton_______ Phone 4036
Work — Economical
Operation
BEAVERTON HARDWARE
Phone Beaverton 3921
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