The Beaverton enterprise. (Beaverton, Or.) 1927-1951, August 12, 1949, Image 6

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    with all profits to go to the K i­
wanis youth fund.
Prospective derby riders are
FR O M A L B E R T \
asked to use the official entry
“ > * r * . » *. Blether.
Mra Etu# (>verton from Port3ige
blank«, as published in last week s T E A C H E R S R E T l R X
La Prairie. Alberta. Canada spent
paper and to bring them immed-
The four teache„ wbo tau* ht a few day« with her brother Mr.
iately to Thurlow Weed Ju.tice
„ th# McKay school will return ^ * c K e e .
o f the peace in Beaverton
,hia fa„ Mr N>]J Mri W a„ onM. O X M O N D A Y D R IV E
Mr*
Vose and Miss Wiedman
Mr and Mr«. B F. Blethen drove
W m . SPEA R S
W E. PEGG
With a radio to oe offered as SISTER OF FE O R IA
They have been attending summer to Maryhlll and Goldendale Wn..
H m d r-rs are* » rfc iK iif 1» u w
a prl*e In the four lap 'm ile) bi-
Mr and Mrg La>uis Klatt have scho°L
,
Monday and returned on the Ore-
thin irrtliin of the* paper for
cycle race, feature o f the August
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io n side of the river.
a. * .
» .
, as their house Kucits, Mrs. Kl&tt s T IIA A M O O H XOL K
p & u t i w v i r i T V A V
comme-nt*. on any t«pk-. There"
24 bicycle derby sponsored by the
I A R T OF A ACATIO X
h no mitrirtHm on *ubj*ot
Beaverton Kiwanis as a benefit sister- Mr- and Mr* c Wumneat
Six 4-H club members from this Spending part o f their vacation
W .
/ i * i A . • V % W
matter, other than »lander or
for It« youth camp fund, commit o f Peora 111. who w ill visit heie
district went to Tillamook on a with their cousins Gregg and
lihe*4ou» <etatrme-iit>>
tee in charge o f races expects to about a week. Mr. and Mrs. Klatt
lield and dair>’ tour They were Marjorie Attenhofen were Jean
I f pemetllile*, M te r i **hould be*
complete the achedule of events wl„ accompany them as far as
Elaine and Harri* Hansen. Mona and Jimmy Richards of Portland
made- b ri«f and to the- point.
for next week’« publication
Yellow Stone Park on their re-
Some prises already lined up {urn trlp wben the K la tfs will
ENTRY BLANK
include
fishing
poles.
hunting then return by way of Salt Lake,
knifa and hatchet »et. storybook tben through Wyoming and Idaho
doll*.
fountain
pens.
bicycle and home
equipment and other loot.
■_____ ,
Boys races, so far, are shaping
B O X IN G
R O A D RUN
up in the following divisions: 10 “ C L E A N I P " D A T E
Your com m unity m ortician since 1910
The Aloha grange will have
to 11; 12 to 13; 14 and over.
N
A
M
E
T o the Editor
A potato race, with teams of clean up night" on Thursday eve
How many times have you j
refreshments
will
. ___ .
..fo u r riders and a relay have been ning Aug. 11,
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AGE
H E IG H T
....................... W E IG H T
BEAVERTON, OREGON
Phone 3411
_iTar1
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' <’teran. ° suggested, each bringing four pri- be served after the clean up
E X P E R IE N C E
3 ,
j zes to the winning team.
This is to cut the grass and
the Arm y as a pr va e. an
i ce cream> coke, pop and other weeds and give the grounds a
Entry Deadline August 20th, 6 P M
came out as a private—I was in
refreshments
will be available general going over.
the Infantry!"
I've heard
that story
many
times, and of course I know that
it was true—then. But I also know
//
that it isn’t true any more. Our
modern doughboys are serving in
an Infantry that is quite different
from the foot-slogging outfit we
A t this time of year, range or “ grass-fed” beef is more plentiful. G rain-fed
charge the usual fair price for U. S. G O O D cuts, and a lower m oney-saving
had to use against the Kaiser in
beef is scarce. As our customers know, Safeway buys only U . S. graded
price for U. S. C O M M E R C I A L cuts. Thus, at Safeway, this situation can
1917, and even from the partially
beef, and as a rule, just the top grades ( U S G O O D , or better)— but U. S.
really help you save money on good-eating meat, because U . S. C O M M E R ­
mechanized “ Qtieen of Battles”
government graders will not stamp range-fed beef higher than U. S. C O M ­
C I A L is good eating meat. Perhaps it is a little less tender and not as well-
that wrested western Europe and
M E R C I A L which is one grade lower than U. S. G O O D . Safeway must
the South Pacific from the enemy
marbled with fat as U. S. G O O D , but it is more lean and equally fine in
therefore buy some U . S. C O M M E R C I A L as well as U. S. G O O D grade of
in World W ar II
flavor.
I've done some checking, and
beef to insure an adequate supply. So— and here’s the important part to you
Regardless of the cut or grade, you can be sure that all Safeway meat carries
here are the facts to bear me out:
— while this condition lasts, Safew ay will quote prices for both grades, on
\
Safew ay’s famous money-back guarantee of satisfaction and that all cuts are
As
late as 1941, there
were
beef steaks, rib roasts, rump roasts, and other hind quarter cuts. W e will
trimmed waste-free. Compare Safeway Quality! Compare Safeway Prices!
exactly two Master Sergeants au­
thorized for an Infantry Regi­
ment. There was a First Ser­
geant (then In the second pay
grade for each company a total
of 15 for the regiment and when
one Staff Sergeant was assigned
to each company, commanders
ï ;« . » « " o - " -
-V
1C Cans
wondered what to do with them!
t
i
i
Today, believe It or not, there
GARDENSIDE BRAND — CREAM STYLE
GOLDEN BANTAM
are 31 non-coms In the first pay
grade (that includes Master and
First Sergeants now), 106 second-
graders (now known as Sergeants
No. 2Vz Can 2 5 '
First Class) and 381 Sergeants
(formerly called Staff Sergeants,
S O I*
25-lb. Sack
It's canning time!
in the third pay grade). That’s a
total of 518 "first-three-graders”
in every Infantry Regiment, out
m ; h
Gallon 4 9 '
of 3,614 enlisted men.
Don’t tell me there are no op­
portunities for promotion in the
Plain or Iodized
10-lb. Sack 2 8 '
Infantry!
More information, may be ob­
Krinkly egg noodles
16-oz. 3 1 '
uu .
tained from CpI. Cowan. 425 S. W.
Taylor 9t. Portland, or phone :
ATwater 8595 BRoadway 0187
HOSTESS DELIGHT
signed:
Cpl. Keith Cowan
N O . 2Va C A N
BEAVERTON ENTERPRISE— Fr.day, August 12, 1949
McKay - Progress ^**li'dn Ji“M Bl*,hen and ,wo
i Kiwanis Expect
R e a d e rs S a »
Peyy i
j « Ä K S S
Arm yRecruiter
Claims Infantry
Adds Sergeants
-M ortu ary,
Beaverton District Recreational
Here's WHY SAFEWAY QUOTES 2 PRICES ON BEEF CUTS
X
V
C O R N r 10 = A $ 115 i J2 25
1
r o a sts
»T E A K S
Freestone Sliced Peaches snider
White Satin Sugar
Cider Vinegar oid
Co(nm-Run,p K
G o o ^ o o sts
ComnuWbRoosts
USG00dSt t S a W s t w
AT OCEAN SIDE
Mr and Mrs. L. E, Jones and
family o f South Tobias avenue
spent Monday at Oceanside Bea j
chea
WELCOMES CO M PAN Y
Mr. C. W Sinclair who has been
in the Veterans hospital in Port­
land the past 7 weeks Is improv­
ing nicely and able to have com­
pany now.
LK4HON ACX. SESSION
Mrs. Laurel Farley and Mrs.
Adeline Frost spent Thursday and
Friday In Salem attending the
American I*eglon Auxiliary Con­
vention as delegates of the Bea­
verton American Legion unit 124.
•
W AN T ADS •
TOO L A T E TO C L A S S IF Y
FO R
RENT
Tw o
unfurnished
apartments. 2 are three rooms
with bath; 1 1« 2-room with
bath. All have private entrances
Phone Beaverton 2466
29
—
U.s. Comm.Roun«
LA D IE S’ large wardrobe trunk,
fine for college girl, giving more
drawer and hanging space. Call
Beaverton 4064.
N E W 3 room apartments. Hard
wood floors, refrigerators, ran
ges. Venetian blinds, Automatic
washer and dryer. $60 mo. 1 mi
E. of Beaverton on Canyon R‘l
Hwy. across from Orauer and
Ackerman. Phone BEacon 544.
after 7 p. m
29,1
I t nno.ooo TO I*OAN
Valley farms, low
I n t e r i rates, long t.rm .^ Must
have 40A cultivation
and ade­
quate
improvements. c * u or '
write us. giving brief description.
Her . Twp., and renge
(STATE F IN A N C E CO.
153 8. High * •
Salem. Oregon. Tei U \ n .
on Willamette
■ m. i .
(Sirloin T'P» rnak*
* __ All U ^ £ r a d e l i e f
O t H e jJ «5 Í-£ H Íí—
B o n e le s s
lb. 85‘
LARGE VARIETY OF HEALTHFUL, SPARKLING FRUITS
to o l
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”
P u re .» -
P o t R o a s t tua» »*•
L ô ^ fl
lb .
S K Â '- i î
. « , * for * ,ew s “
HMl •î.'VwT.
D iip A
J«r«®
bon. u».
W"
Round
A 5 C
27'
Fruit Cocktail
lb. 98e
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sa r-str
Suzanna Pancake Flour
2 <
/2-ib. pm .
25*
Sperry's Pancake Flour
4 -ik. s.c
49c
K raft Miracle Whip Dressing
pw j.r
29'
Best Foods Mayonnaise
pi .« Jar
39'
Mrs. Wright's Bread wmc „ .wi.ib, l ..« 13‘
Ritz C rackers st.y-cmP
1-lb. Bex 32e
Tea Timer C rackers
" ssssrsv »
Fresh!
Famous
CHEESE
READ Y SEA
>
lb.48c
Halibut Steaks
lb. 69c
Rock Cod Fillets
lb. 29c
Whiting Fillets
lb. 25c
Crabs, just shell 5 eat lb. 33c
Salmon Steaks
Miscellaneous Values
JELL W E L L DESSERTS, 6 flavors 2 pkgs. 13c
JELLO DESSERTS, 6 flavors
2 pkgs. 15c
H ALEY S M E A T BALLS,
16 -oz. can 39c
C A M P B E L L S O U P celery or vegetable, can 13c
ZOOM CEREAL
Fishers
16-oz pkg. 22c
U N I T GLOSS S TA R C H
12-oz. pkg.
12c
A E R O W A X Self-polishing Wax
pint 29c
P L A Y F A IR DOG FOOD
3 cans 29c
CIGARETTES all popular brands, carton $1.39
NOB HILL
Rich, whole be an coffee
1-lb. Bag
47°
24b.
93e
AIRWAY
MUd flavor, whole bean coffee
14 b. h , 4 5 C 24 b. 8 9 '
Tillamook
American
LB.
Luscious beauties — enloy
them with a scoop of ice
cream—or on your cold
cereal.
TOMATOES
Freth garden grown— T«ite
their real garden flavor.
LB.
10
10c
PER LB.
New
POTATOES
W ATERMELON
lb 31c
39
S W IF T S
12-oz.
can
GRAN
46 -O Z.
SOAP-
pkg>
■ 1
G R A N U L A T E D SOAP —
l l i l i l v l l
M agic
For whiter, safer bleaching
W lT Iiir
G allo n ,
' ii ill 11—"lina«1-----
B eH au ^m
T H I » H I U u » o ic
CANTALOUPES
LB. 8c
ITALIAN PRUNES, 12 lb flat 89c
GREEN CABBAGE
LB. 4c
GOLDEN CARROTS
LB. 7c
CELERY— Pascal
LB. 8c
SWEET CORN
LB. 8 c
CUCUMBERS, mild
LB. 9c
DANISH SQUASH
LB. 5c
SOAP QUII
Apples
Gravensteins,
fam ous for
cooking
4
Hc'< Ohms
*3 2 / 0 0 0 °°
Worth of WestinP^0U$*
N m m Applian***''
run
TH I MEW
lb 2 5 c
Seedless Grapes 2 lb. 19c
White Rot«— No. I's. Make
9rand potato »alad.
10
LBS.
59
39c
C
J ¡3c
R IN S O
7
m lite IK in o V' 5 i3c
D i m r u whit* Half 1 19‘
PREM
D
PEA CH ES
31C
1-lb. Box
u ... M - * . «
FO R SA LE Cocker pups $10 Rt.
2. Box 106A. Bonita Dr., T *Kar‘1_
29tf
Phone Tigard 3951.
B U ILD A HOME For sale two
acres or less of well drained land,
good location call CHerry 3800
or write Rt. 1. Box 174. Bea
verton. H mile west of Port
land Ooif Club
j ACRES Close to Portland Fine
home site. Portland water, good
soil. On Salsman Road 44 mile
north " f <’o>nel| Road at Ca-
Beaverton
dar Mill.
Ph 'n.-
22tf
5495. O’Connor.
C o rn
Porter's Fril-lets
OTHER
T H R E E one-bedroom apartments
electric stoves and refrigerator
and dinettes, hot water heat fur­
nished. Call Beaver Plumbing at
29
First and Main.
FOR SALE Over 300 new cement
building blocks. 20 cents each.
2415 NE Canyon Rd . Beaverton
29p
G o o d S irio b iT ^
_
Sirloin T»PS
U .S .C o m m ^
Sno-White Salt
>b.79‘
lb. 69c
White Magic soap
Woodbury
SAVE AT SAFEW AY
21-at.
Soap
44-az.
25c
49‘
Buy 3 bars 30c
Get an eztra bar for 1c
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