The Beaverton enterprise. (Beaverton, Or.) 1927-1951, August 26, 1949, Image 7

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    Business Guide
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BEAVERTON AREA BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL LISTINGS
ALTERATIONS --------------------------------
%
HEATING ---------------------------------
GRAUER & ACKERMAN
FLORENCE'S SEWING CENTER
F u rn aces
—
F lo o r F u rn a c e s
Oil B u rn e rs
-
C ircu la to rs
C o n tro ls
-
R e p a ir S e rv ice
P h o n es B e a v e rto n 4182 or A T 4507
B u tto n s - B u c k le s - B e lts Covered
B u tto n H oles
-
H e m stitch in g
309 S. W . F a rm in g to n , B ea v erto n
P h on e 4463
INSURANCE -----------------------------------
APPLIANCES
DOUGHTY'S
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F IR E
APPLIANCES
A U TO
- L IA B IL IT Y
-
BONDS
THOMAS S. DUTHIE
680 S. E . 13th S t., B e a v e rto n , O re. P h o n e 4240
"L a r g e s t S e le ctio n o f E le c tr ic a l A p pliances
In B e a v e rto n ”
1445 N. E . Canyon R oad
B e a v e rto n 4175
APPLIANCES-----------------------------------
-
"In s u re and B e S u re ”
LUMBER-----------------------------------------
GRAUER & ACKERMAN
KINGSLEY-BEAVERTON LUMBER CO.
H ot P o in t
-
M ay tag
“E v e ry A ppliance fo r th e H om e"
On C anyon R d .
B e a v e rto n 4182
E a s t o f B ea v erto n
or A T w a te r 4507
D u tch Boy P a in t«
ATTORNEY
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R o o fin g
In su la tio n s
P h o n e 3201
LUMBER-----------------------------------------
W. J. McCREADY LUMBER CO
THURLOW WEED
R O O F IN G - IN S U L A T IO N
A T T O R N E Y - A T - LAW
SA S H
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Phone
3821
NURSERY -----------
R a re -D w a rf
E v e rg re en s
C am ellias
R hododendrons
E v e rg re e n S p e c ia list
CANYON BEAUTY STUDIO
G u a ia n te e d P e rm a n e n t W a v in g
B ea v erto n 3651
DREW'S ILEX NURSERY
9101 S. W . C anyon R oad
E v e n ings by A p pointm ent_______________ AT 2893
BUILDING MATERIAL ------------------------
and D O O R S
B ea v erto n
237 F a rm in g to n (n e x t to K iw a n is H a ll)
B E A V E R T O N _________________________ P h o n e 444»
BEAUTY SALON
—
B ea v erto n
E ig h th m ile w est o f B e a v e rto n on Canyon Rd.
OPTOMETRIST----------------------------------
DR. FRANK McBRIDE
W EST SLOPE LUMBER YARD
Manning Bldg,
F o r A n ythin g in B u ild in g M a te ria l—W e H ave
it—W ill G e t it or it I s n ’t Made
Beaverton
F o r A p p ointm ent P h o n e B e a v e rto n 3571
9049 S. W , Canyon Rd.________ B R o a d w a y 6122
CARPENTER
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PAINTING
MILTON R. DRAKE
C. MICKELSEN
P a in tin g - P a p e rin g
C o n tra c t W ork
F r e e E s tim a te s
W ork G u a ra n teed
260 S. W . 9th S t., B ea v erto n
P h o n e 4962
Building — Repairs
R t. 3, B o x 249
B e a v e rto n 4194
CLEANERS---------------------------------------
COOK S CLEANERS & DYERS
“H om e o f F in e
C le a n in g ”
S and H G re e n S ta m p s
B e a v e rto n 3891
375 S. W . C an yon R d.
DRY CLEANING
B E a e o n 6757
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“Q uality W o rk a t E co n o m y P ric e s
621 Canyon R oad a t C ed ar S t., a t W est “Y "
B ea v erto n 4281
FEED AND SEED-------------------------------
F a rm F e ed s - Seed s - S p e cia l M ixtu res
D ealers fo r H o d g en -B rew ster C e n te n n ia l F eed s
H A R R Y PALO
HOW ARD T Y L E R
P ro g ress, O regon
Call B e a v e rto n 4020
FEED ---------------------------------------------
HOLLAND FEED STORE
G ra in
-
P ou ltry Sup plies
P h o n e 3811
FEEDS -------------------------------------------
A g ricu ltu ra l
and
F lo rist
Supplies
E. F a rm in g to n
FILING
_______ F o r S e rv ic e P h on e B e a v e rto n 2321______
PLUMBING
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E le c tr ic and G as W a te r H e a te rs
F a irb a n k s-M o rse Pum p s and S e rv ic e
U. S. GRINDING SHOP
315 F a rm in g to n Rd . N ext to L og an & P a g e
K nives, S cisso rs, L aw n M owers, Saw s,
.
Axes. H and S ick le s
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PLUMBING
-----------------------------------
"20 Y e a r s E x p e rie n c e "
M aterial and W o rk m a n sh ip G u a ra n te ed
B e a v e rto n 4118
C h a rle s C arlson
T ed S a n b o rn
RADIO _________________________________________
R A D IO S E R V I C E A T I T S F I N E S T
M odern E q u ip m en t
T e c h n ic a l K now -H ow
BEAVER RADIO
A cross fro m T elep h o n e O ffice
109 S. W . W a tso n , B e a v e rto n 4942
REAL ESTATE ---------------------------------
E. L. WORD, Real E state
-
S u b u rb a n s
-
R e sid e n tia l
1210 N. E . Canyon R oad
B ea v erto n 4531
P o rtla n d C a p ita l 2211
REFRIGERATION --------------------------- —
REDFIELD REFRIGERATION
S e rv ic e and R e p a ir on All M akes R e fr ig e r ­
a to rs, W a sh in g M ach in es. R a n g e s and M otors
P h o n e B eav . 4985
1582 N. E . C e n te r S t.
THE LUZ ON CLUB
BEAVERTON FLORIST
F o r W eig h t R ed u cin g and C hiq G ro om ing
F L O W E R S F O R A L L O C C A SIO N S
D eliv eries to H illsboro and P o rtla n d
CLARA M ANDERSON, Instructor
1650 S. E L om b ard S t.
FLORIST
P h on e B e a v e rto n 2525
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LABBE FLOWERS
805 Jo h n so n R oad .
B rid g e
A T w a te r 1089
FURNITURE-------------------------------------
TERRY'S FURNITURE CO.
“New and Used”
H ousehold F u rn ish in g s. Q u ak er O il H ea ters
M ontag E le c tr ic R a n g e s, All Sizes
2286 N. E. C anyon R d
B ea v erto n 4703
GARAGE
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KIRWAN'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE
C om plete A u tom otive R e p a irin g
H A N CO CK S U P E R S E R V I C E S T A T IO N
A cross fro m S a fe w a y S to re
P h on e B e a v e rto n 2531
B ea v erto n
P h o n e 4857
WATKINS PRODUCTS ----------------------- -
For. D elivery on Y o u r F a v o rite
P ro d u cts
W rit# o r See
WEDDINGS OUB SPECIALTY
N ear S u n se t H ighw ay
6802 S W C anyon Rd
By
M rs. H elen
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F I R S T S H A R P E N TOOLS
th a t would p e rfe ct h is work, must
T h e e x p e cta tio n o f life depend , firs t sh arp en h is tools,
upon d ilig e n ce , and the m ech an ic
.—C onfu ciu s
H anson
McKay - Progress
A T O A I’ K M F .A R S
M rs. E rn e s t
L. E m erso n and
By M rs. B . F . B le th e n
son D arry l spent th e past week
at C ap e M ears at th e ir cottage.
F o u rte en m em bers o f the G a r ­
F R O M W A SH IN G T O N , l> C.
den Club went to H illsboro Aug
M rs. Maude S a ttle r and daugh­
16th in Mr G ossilin M rs F n g c r
te r M iss E va G a lb ra ith of W ash ­
and M rs. H H ansen cars. T h e re
ington, D. C. a re the house guests they listened to a le ctu re given by
a t the hom e o f th e ir son and Mr. B u rk h e a rt on the p rep aration
b ro th er. M r. L . D. G a lb ra ith
of o f v eg etab les fo r th e fa ir. A fter
W est R oad.
the ta lk they w ere tre a te d to ice
BA D LY M A SH ED T O E
cre a m and soda pop.
Edd ie H arv ey received a badly
Mr. and Mrs. P a r k e r D ow ning
m ashed toe on A ugust 9th at the w ent h u ck le b e rry p ickin g Sp en d ­
P ie rc e F re ig h t C om pany when a ing 2 days in the E s ta c a d a and
p iece o f ste el fe ll on his foot.
W a p in itia pass a re a they retu rned
H e w as h o sp italised fo r a few w ith good re tu rn s in b erries.
hours,
but w as able to go that
Mr. and M rs. P a rk e r Dow ning
n igh t.
4 w ere also am ong the g ran g e m em ­
b ers a tte n d in g th e P om ono g ran g e
T W O C R A C K E D K1H>
M r. F r a n k S n y d e r received two p icn ic a t Sh u te P a rk H illsboro.
Mr. and Mrs. J . H. K ennnrd of
cra ck e d rib s la s t w eek a t work at
th e F r a n k L y o n s C om pany where K a n s a s C ity, Mo. a re spending 2
w eeks w ith th e ir d au g h ter and
he is a bulld ozer op erator.
fam ily , M rs J . J . C anida. Also
T O A R T E L DAM
Mr. and M rs. E . A H arvey and v isitin g at th e ir hom e over the
fam ily , and M r. and M rs. M. H. w eek end w as M rs. C an id a's bro­
H anson and fa m ily and M iss M ar­ th e r and w ife Mr. and M rs. E a rl
gie Boyd
o f H illsb o ro and Mr B le v in s o f L ew isto n . Id aho and
Ja c k B aker
o f O rch ard s, W a s h ­ P F C E lm e r A. C an id a o f T acom a.
ington spent la st Sunday at Ar­ W n„ M r. C an id a's b ro th er.
M rs. E liz a b e th M yers and M rs.
iel D am in W ash in g to n .
M am ie
L ew is
ce le b ra ted
th e ir
H U C K L E BE R R Y CROP
Mr. and M rs. G eorge Savolainen j b irth d ay s w ith a days ou tin g at |
and
M rs. H e n ry
H e ck er spent N eskow in Aug. 15. H elp ing them
F rid a y , A ugust 12th a t I«areh Mt. ce le b ra te w ith a b each p icn ic were
p ick in g h u ck le b e rrie s.
T h ey re­ Mr. and M rs. R a y K u ik e n , Mrs.
port a b um per cro p up th ere th is R u th Thom pson and Mr. and Mrs.
R o b e rt Jo h n sto n . W h ile th e re they
year.
m et Mr. and Mrs. O tto K eil and j
T O F I .A X F E S T I V A L
Mr. J a c k B a c k and Mr H enry fam ily o f T h e D alles, fo rm e r resi-1
H e c k e r m otored to Mt. Angel on d en ts of B eav erto n .
Mr. and M rs. R ay m on d F lu m e
Ju ly 30th to atte n d th e flax fe s­
tiv al and to v isit re la tiv es th e re , j o f S a n A ntonio, T e x a s w ere o v er­
n ig h t g u ests o f M rs. E liz a b e th
M eyers.
Mr. and M rs. L a n ce S tr a y e r and
S e rv ice s
fo r Jo h n
B lack sto n e D onnie spent 4 days in S o u th ern
T h ey
visited
D iam ond
R ey n o ld s who passed aw ay on O regon.
Aug. 9th at H illsb o ro were held and C r a te r L a k e, O regon C aves
a t th e P e g g C hapel, B eav erto n at and th e R edw oods th en retu rn ed i
3 p m. F rid a y August 12th. In te r up th e co a st highw ay.
Ol 1 A UT V . . VALUE
STYLE
SHOP AND SAVE
ot the
— — MMÜ I Ü
Aloha, Oregon
Phone 6331
John B. Reynolds
m ent w as in C re sce n t G rove Cem-
e ta ry . E ld e r R . J . T h o m as o ffic i­
ated and E ld e r A rm en Jo h n so n
san g at the serv ice.
Mr. R ey n o ld s w as born M arch
11,1879 in C olum bus. N eh raska. F o r
ov er th irty y e a rs he w as prom i­
n en t in the co m m u n ity of H a rt-
sh orn c, O k lah o m a w here he oper­
ated a h a rd w a re business. His
w ife. W oody B a n k s R eyn old s pass­
ed aw ay in 1932 in th a t town.
L a te r , M r. R e y n o ld s sold out
and re tired . A fte r som e exten sive
tra v e llin g , he c a m e to O regon. He
lived w ith th e F r a n k M iller's for
ab ou t ten y e a rs on M cChesney
R o ad , W e st Slope and assisted
them as c a r e ta k e r . L a te r he m ade
h is re sid en ce w ith M r. and M rs.
F re d H. M athis. 2939 S. W . Me
C h esn ey R o ad , until th e tim e of
h is d eath.
He leav es to survive him one
son, M/Sgt Ja m e s W . R eynolds
w ith th e U. S. A rm y at W a rre n to n ,
V irg in ia .
L E G A L N O T IC E
C A L L F O R B ID S
Sealed bids will be received by
th e C tty of B e a v e rto n a t th e C ity
H all in B eav erto n , O regon until
e ig h t o’clock P . M.. S e p te m b e r 16.
1949, and then publicly opened
fo r th e fu rn ish in g o f c e rta in tna-
te ria ls and co n s tru ctin g a portion
of F ir s t S tre e t betw een W atson
S tr e e t and S to tt S tr e e t acco rd in g
to th e plans and sp e cifica tio n s on
file w ith the C ity R e co rd e r at th e
C ity H all in B eav ei ‘ on, O regon.
T h e w ork will co n sist of ap p rox­
im ately 970 cu b ic y ard s o f e x c a ­
v ation , 1190 lin eal fe e t of co n crete
cu rb, 970 cu bic y ard s o f rock base.
450 tons of a s p h a l'ic
co n crete
pavem ent, and o th e r sm all item s.
A deposit o f F iv e D o llars will
be requ ired by the C ity fo r each
set o f P la n s and S p e cifica tio n s.
J . E . P ad d ock, R eco rd er
P ublished A ugust 26 and S ep ­
tem b er 2 .
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Enjoy the whiskey
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that's
M
ctô Marni/
Kentucky Whiskey
-A Blend
$230
pt.
$ 3.00
4/5 qt.
NATIONAL DISTILLERS PROD CORP., N. Y. . 86 PROOF . 65X GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
COACH PLANS NIGHT
FOOTBALL SESSION
B ea v erto n ______________________ P h o n e 4581
B ea v erto n 3851
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FLORIST
P e rs o n a l and B u sin e ss S ta tio n e ry
O ffic e F o rm s and C ard s
F a rm s
FINDLEY MILLING CO.
16 S
THE BEAVERTON ENTERPRISE
Seed s
B ea v erto n
H o rticu ltu ra l,
I
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CARLSON PLUMBING CO.
PROGRESS FEED CO.
—
PRINTING
CLEARWATER PLUMBING
IDEAL CLEANERS
Hay
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BEAVERTON ENTERPRISE— Friday, August 26, f949
COMMUNITY CLUB TO RESUME
MEETINGS SCHEDULE OCT. 8TH
J. L. BENSON
213 S. W
W a sh in g to n , B ea v erto n
WEATHER STRIPPING------------------------
In te rlo c k in g M etal - In su la tio n - V en e tia n
B lin d s
—
F re e E s tim a te s
M ultnom ah M etal W eatherstrip Co.
3221 S W. S p rin g G ard en Rd., P o rtla n d 1, O re.
J . W (B ill) B o llin g e r
P h on e B ea v erto n 2918
WROUGHT IRON —
S p ecia l
P ric e
______________________
on
W e a th e r V a n es
DALTON A CO.
lanterns
B ea v erto n
V IT A M IN S F O R C'HIX
V ita m in B-12. recen tly d iscov er­
ed. Is expected to have wide ap ­
p lica tio n in liv esto ck and poultry
feeding.
RHEUMATISM!
ARTHRITIS!
Their tarrtWa pain (• ottew needless
DO LCIN. a neu type of treatm en t of
symptoms, usually brings prompt re ­
lie f from pain and discom fort due
to arth ritis, rheum atism , neuritis,
scia tica and lumbago this is due to
th e coordinated action of a new com ­
bination of scientifically-proved, a c ­
tive Ingredients DOLCIN has been
thoroughly tested It la b ein* pre­
scribed by more and more doctors
now! I t has relieved the anguish of
thousands of your fellow -sufferers,
m any of whom had suffered for years.
W hy don't you benefit by the exp eri­
ence of so many others? You see, the
sooner you try DOLCIN the sooner
you may find blessed relief from these
agonizing pains Y et DOLCIN tost«
very little G et it today— 100 precious
tab lets cost only 12 00 .
SOLD BY:
“A n y th in g in W rought Iro n "
G rills, R a ilin g s, G a te s, F e n ces, G u ard s
388 Canyon R oad.
B e c a u s e too m an y ca n d id a te s for
B e a v e rto n 's
fo otb all
team
are
w o rk in g and th u s un able to tu rn
out fo r a fte rn o o n p ra ctice , coach
G ene F re e s e an n o u n ces th a t night
sessio n s will he held August 25
and 26 o f next week. T h e follow ­
ing w eek w ill also sched u le night
p ra ctice s, s ta rtin g at 7 p. m. and
b ein g run p artly under th e ligh ts.
E q u ip m en t w ill be issued M on­
d ay and T u esd ay o f n ext w eek
w ith th e firs t tu rn ou t dated for
th e a fte rn o o n o f August 24. Night
sessio n s, F re e s e points out. will
a lso a ffo rd respite from th e hot
w e a th e r o f la te August.
T w o co ach es have been added to
th e fo otb all s ta f f fo r th is year, in
addition to F re ese . T * t H ard ing
and E d B ad e r. N ewly com e to
B e a v e rto n high, they a re V ernon
Hood and D avid P o rte r, each w ith
previou s fo otb all exp erien ce.
An in n ov atio n w hich w ill he
tested th is season is a m ovie ca m ­
e ra w hich will catch th e team In
actio n fo r a fte r-g a m e playback
I f th is idea w orks out as expected ,
F r e e s e * is con sid erin g a fte r-se a so n
show ing to the school assem bly
and oth ers.
H om e field play opens on Sep ­
te m b er 16. a g a in st Sllv erton .
P h on e 4086
DEAN'S
Phone 3774,
DRUG
Beaverton, Ore I
1:00
2:00
7;30
8 30
9,30
P.
P.
P
P.
P
WEDNESDAY
M — Grounds Open to Public
M.— Free Vaudeville Acts, Rides, Carnival
M.— Free Circus
M.— Band Concert
M.— Dance Open to All Holders of Fair Buttons
THURSDAY— Farmers Union Day
9 00 A M — Grounds Open to Public
10:00 A M — Cattle Judging Open Classes
NOON— Farmer Union Units Picnic
2:00 and 7 30 P M — Free.Vaudeville
3:00 P M — Farmer Union Events and Program
8 30 P M.— Vaudeville Show Auditorium, Auspices Formers Union
Rides, Carnival
FRIDAY— Pioneers Homecoming Day
9 00 A M — Grounds Open to Public
10.00 A M — Days of 49 Parade Downtown Open Class Livestock Judging
Rides. Carnival
Noon Annual Picnic Native Sons and Daughters, contests, stunts, speaking
1 00 P. M Homecoming Program
3:06 P M — Junior Western Horse Show, Rides, Carnival
4 00 P M end 7 00 P M -Free Vaudeville
9.00 P M — Old Timers' Dance in Auditorium
SATURDAY— Grange Doy
9 00 A M Grounds Open to Public, Rides, Carnival
Noon— Gronge Picnic
1.00 P M —Grange Program, Stunts, Contests, Entertainment
2 30 P M — Senior Western Horse Show, Rides, Carnival
4 00 P M and 7 00 P M — Free Vaudeville
8:30 P M.— Band Concert, Rides, Carnival
9:00 P M — Dance in Auditorium.
"STATE S LARGEST IMPLEMENT SHOW" and
"STATE CHAMPIONSHIP HORSE SHOW CONTEST"
Qualifying 1 P. M. August 31 - 10 A. M., September 1. 2, 3