The Beaverton enterprise. (Beaverton, Or.) 1927-1951, September 02, 1949, Image 11

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    Business Guide
BEAVERTON AREA BUSINESS
ALTERATIONS
FLORENCE'S SEWING CENTER
Buttons - Buckles - Belts Covered
Button Holes
- Hemstitching
309 S. W. Farmington, Beaverton
Phone 4463
a p p l ia n c e s
DOUGHTY'S
APPLIANCES
"Largest Selection of Electrical Appliance«
In Beaverton”
1445 N. E. Canyon Road
Beaverton 4175
a p p l ia n c e s
GRAUER & ACKERMAN
Hot Point — Maytag
"Every Appliance for the Home"
On Canyon Rd.
Beaverton 4182
East o f Beaverton
or ATwatar 4507
a tto rn ey
THURLOW WEED
A T T O R N E Y - AT - LAW
237 Farmington
BEAVER TO N
(next to
Kiwanls Hall)
Phone 444»
BEAUTY SALON
CANYON BEAUTY STUDIO
Guaranteed Permanent Waving
9101 S. W. Canyon Road
Evenings by Appointment
A T 2893
b u il d in g m a t e r i a l
WEST SLOPE LUMBER YARD
For Anything in Building Material—We Have
it—W ill Get it or it Isn’t Made
BRoadway 6122
9049 S. W. Canyon Rd.
CARPENTER
C. MICKELSEN
Building -- Repairs
Beaverton 4194
Rt. 3. Box 248
CLEANERS-
COOK'S CLEANERS & DYERS
"Home of Fine Cleaning”
S and H Green Stamps
Beaverton 3891
376 S. W. Canyon Rd.
REaeon 67S7
DRY CLEANING
IDEAL CLEANERS
"Quality Work at Economy Prices
621 Canyon Road at Cedar St., at West " Y ”
Beaverton 4281
FEED AND SEED
PROGRESS FEED CO.
Farm Feeds - Seeds - Special Mixtures
Dealers for Hodgen-Brewster Centennial Feeds
H A R R Y PA LO
HOWARD T Y L E R
Progress, Oregon
Call Beaverton 4020
feed
—
Grain
—
Seieds
Poultry Supplies
Beaverton
W H O D U NIT hll-I.IN<>
Two Juveniles, appiehended for
Perhaps the wisdom of a Solo- thp crime, returned the binoculars
mon w ill be required lo determine but claimed there were neither
who done it. in connection with a cigarettes nor camera in the car.
killing out of LaGrande
. . .
The E A STE R N ORK ION RE- L IT T L E T H E A T E R M EET
and PROFESSIONAL LISTINGS
V IE W tells local men who drifted
A determined effort seems in
out of town for athree day sortie the offing in Vernonia, to estab-
ln pursuit of their seasonal ante- lish a little theater group,
lope They found the situation, at
The EAG LE gives notice of the
HEATING
the outset, rather discouraging as first meeting in the school butld-
GRAUER & ACKERMAN
only long shots, at long range, ing of those inclined for a theat
Furnaces
— Floor Furnaces
presented themselves as targets.
rical avocation
Oil Burners *
Circulators
On the last day out. the trio
Sought after are those who like
Controls
- Repair Service
agreed to separate, in the hopes to emote, decorate, do lighting,
Phones Beaverton 4182 or AT 4507
that they might scare out some of wrestle props or take care of busi-
the big boys. Sure enough, a beau- ness, maintenance, costumes or
tiful beast with 13 inch horn other requirements of an amateur
INSURANCE
spread, sprang into the sights of theatrical troupe,
not one but of two hunters. And
• • •
F IR E - AUTO - L IA B IL IT Y - BONDS
someone made the kill
M IN IN G BOOM EYED
THOMAS S. DUTHIE
But it so happened that the two
A potential mining boom with
680 S. E. 13th St., Beaverton, Ore. Phone 4240 men with identical rifles and iden- all the development it might de-
tical bullets fired at the same velop should It run riot— is oc-
“ Insure and Be Sure"
tirne. The question yet to be re- cupying many of the residents of
solved is “ Who done it?”
st. Helens.
LUMBER
* * *
The Alcoa company, says the
Y E LLO W B A C K E T JUMP
SE NTINE L-M IST, has taken a 50-
KINGSLEY-BEAVERTON LUMBER CO.
The "One-O'clock Jump” might year lease on nine parcels of coun­
mean a bit of acrobatics but it ty land, said document receiving
Dutch Boy Painte
can't compare with a new jump approval of the county court,
Roofing
—
Insulations
which developed at Gresham.
granting mineral rights.
Beaverton
Phone 3201
Related by the OUTLOOK Is a
It took four months of dickering
jumping game between six young­ and negotiation after the windup
sters between the ages of 5 and 12. of two years in researching late­
LUMBER
They were trying to prove who rite deposits in the area. The lease
W. I. McCREADY LUMBER CO
could jump the longest, from a will affect 1,040 acres and the cost
tree and an old shed — to the j is set at $59,100.
ROOFING - IN S U LA TIO N
amusement of a gallery of simi-| Under the terms of the agree-
SASH and DOORS
larly aged young girls on the side-1 ment. the company is empowered
Beaverton
Phone 3821
lines.
to remove all ores, minerals and
The athletic contest had but well substances that are a part of or in
begun when suddenly there was anyway related to the mineral ores
NURSERY
wild confusion and the hoy jump-1 commonly referred to as ‘'laterite” .
ers started
screaming, jumping The county, however, retains
the
Camellias
Rare-Dwarf
and
running.
One
of
the
lads
had
right
to
all
precious
metals
that
Rhododendrons
V ® * )
Evergreens
landed on a yellowjackct’s nest, might be uncovered.
Evergreen Specialist
Beaverton 3651
What ensued was a desperate race
A fine blue funk of excitement
to keep ahead of the buzzing bee- overtakes the city and the county
DREW'S ILEX NURSERY
Eighth mile west of Beaverton on Canyon Rd
bombers.
a* well at the possibilities this
One of the hoys, an 8-year old. "most important document in the
stumbled in his haste and received history of the county” might bring
OPTOMETRIST-
so many stings he required doc- There is a plethora of speculation
tor's
care. Another got hung up on the possibility of an industrial
DR. FRANK McBRIDE
going through a fence and was site which had been leased for
also taken to a medic. Four of the several years by an unknown firm,
Manning Bldg., Beaverton
others managed to put enough Talk also bubled on the building
For Appointment Phone Beaverton 3571
distance between themselves and of a smelter by the company.
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the nest to get 9 or more humps.
Meanwhile, the Hillsboro man-
And the girls? Only one who ager of the mining company, in
PAINTING
was watching the proceedings at relating that the lease is enroute
close range suffered a sting.
to New York for signing by high
MILTON R. DRAKE
* * •
officials, stated that the negotia-
Painting - Papering
Contract Work
S T R E K T W O R K R E PO R T
tion was not to be taken as an
Free Estimates
Work Guaranteed
, Progress has been made, in Me- “ indication of Immediate activity” .
260 S. W. 9th St., Beaverton
Phone 4962
Minnville, as far as street repair
• • •
Is concerned.
N E W E ST S U PE R M A R K E T
A report on the city's $122,750 To the tune of $45,000, Oregon
resurfacing project revealed by City sees one of its markets com-
PLUMBING
the
T E L E P H O N E - REGISTER, ing to the front with plans for
CLEARWATER PLUMBING
with about 75G- of the job complet- the newest supermarket,
ed.
The B A N N E R COUIER has it
Electric and Gaa Water Heaters
Actual resurfacing began August that this improvement project will
Fairbanks-Morse Pumps and Service
10, with completion scheduled on up Its present investment to about
September 1. A total of 106.600 $150,000 and expand the store’s
Beaverton
Phone 4581
square yards of preparation base floor space to 9,000 square feet,
will have been used when the with about 500$ more free park
PLUMBING
work is finished.
ing space.
The new surface consists of 14
• » •
CARLSON PLUMBING CO.
inches of asphaltic concrete; a LOGS HEAD FO R M ILL
"20 Tears Experience”
layer of asphaltic seal coat and a
Two giant Sequoia trees, which
Material and Workmanship Guaranteed
layer of fine aggregate.
blossomed into headlines some 11
Beaverton 4118
months ago at Forest Grove, are
Charles Carlson
Ted Sanborn
U M PIR E R E A M .Y ROBnED
well on their way to becoming
Many a time an umpire is called prosaic lumber.
RADIO
The NEW S TIM E S records the
a robber. But in Oswego, a "Blind
RAD IO SERVICE A T IT S F IN E S T
Tom ” had the tables turned on fact of this development, a tell­
Modern Equipment
Technical Know-How
him. as he was really the victim ing of great difficulty encountered
In locating a mill which would
of a robbery.
BEAVER RADIO
As reported In the R E V IE W , handle the huge logs
Across from Telephone Office
the umpire returned to his parked
Largest of the trees was 148 feet
109 S. W Watson, Beaverton 4942
and locked car to find it had been in height with a butt of 82 Inches.
pillaged to the extent of a pair of They had been cut down because
binoculars, a camera and a carton they were damaging the house
REAL ESTATE
of cigarettes, total value $80.
and yard.
Farms
- Suburbans
-
Residential
1210 N. E. Canyon Road
Beaverton *531
Portland Capital 2211
Phone 3811
REFRIGERATION
FEEDS
Horticultural.
Agricultural and
Florist
Supplies
FINDLEY MILLING CO.
•* S. E. Farmington
REDFIELD REFRIGERATION
Service and Repair on All Makes Refriger­
ators, Washing Machines, Rangea and Motors
Phone Beav. 4985
1582 N. E. Center St.
Beaverton 3851
SHOE REPAIR
i 'ILING
U. S. GRINDING SHOP
315 Farmington Rd., Next to Logan A Page
Knrves, Scissors, Lawn Mowers, Saws,
Axes. Hand Sickles
CHAMBERLIN'S
COM PLETE SHOE R E P A IR SE RVIC E
In Walkers Dept. Store
THE LUZ ON CLUB
FLORIST
BEAVERTON FLORIST
For Weight Reducing and Chic Grooming
FLO W ERS FOR A LL OCCASIONS
Deliveries to Hillsboro and Portland
CLARA M ANDERSON, Instructor
!*50 S. E. Lombard St.
Beaverton
IN S H IN Y N E W BUICK
Florence Miller. Beaverton beau­
ty shop operator, returned on Au­
gust 17. after a two month vaca­
tion in Colorado Springs, Colorado,
driving a shiny new ’49 Buick
sedan. Her husband. Sergeant R.
R. Miller, Is stationed near there,
at Camp Carson.
Florence reports that some one
sent her a copy of the E N T E R ­
PR IS E and she was "tickled pink” .
She read it "cover to cover” and
word by word.
During her stay, she decided to
trade in her Pontiac sedan on a
Packard and had made all prelim­
inary arrangements. Upon taking
delivery of the new car, however,
she found It was a 1948 model.
A fter a great deal of negotiating,
she succeeded in reclaiming the
car she had turned in and switch­
ed over to a new Buick.
Phone 4867
C A L L FOR BIDS
Sealed bids will be received by
the City of Beaverton at the City
Hall in Beaverton, Oregon until
e ig h t'o ’clock P. M . Sfptrmber 16,
1949, and then publicl> opened
for the furnishing of certain ma­
terials and constructing a portion
of First Street between Watson
Street and Stott Street according
to the plans and specifications on
file wi‘ h the City Recorder at the
City H ill in Beavei’ on, Oregon.
The work will consist of approx­
imately 970 cubic yards of exca­
vation. 1190 lineal feet of concrete
curb, 970 cubic yard.- of rock base.
450 tons of asphal’ ic concrete
pavement, and other small items.
A deposit of Five Dollars will
be required by the City for each
set of Plans and Specifications.
J. E. Paddock, Recorder
Published August 26 and Sep­
tember 2.
WATKINS PRODUCTS
LABBE FLOWERS
WEDDINGS OUR SPECIALTY
Near Sunset Highway Bridge
*>*02 s. W Canyon Rd
ATwmter 1089
fURNITURE-
TERRY'S FURNITURE CO.
"N ew and lined”
Household Furnishings. Quaker Oil Heaters
Montag Electric Ranges. All SIsas
2284 N. E. Canyon Rd
Beaverton 4703
.___________________________________
K IRW AN'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE
Complete Automotive Repairing
H a n c o c k s u p e r s e r v i c e s t a t i o n
Arroes from Safeway Store
Phone Beaverton 2531
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WEBB ELEC TR IC CO.
8k Salmon Tackle
• Fall and W inter Steelhead
Tackle
• Complete Spinning Equip
ment
Ask For Fred Goetz,
Sporting Goods Manager
12 Ga Shotguns, 30" Barrel
30 30 Deer Rifles
Complete line of rifle and
shotgun ammunition
See Our Full Line of Residential and Business Lighting
Fixtures, Imported Czech Crystal Fixtures
WEBB ELECTRIC CO.
I <01 s. W. Jefferson Street
(Canyon Road at S. W. 17th Avenue)
HFsrtn 4116
FOR THE BEST
INSURANCE
and
REAL
ESTATE
FULL SAFE DEPOSIT BOX SERVICE
AMERICAN EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS
CALL
GRIFFITH & MEEKE
offices
ALOHA PHONE 6711
HILLSBORO PHONE 171
For Rottili tu T ry O ur dam nified Adit
HAY
- FEED - POULTRY SUPPLIES
FISHER THORSEN PAINTS
PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
1 ß. 3 „LV &-S. onJ
HARDWARE
PHON! M i l
ALO H A, OKI.
K May Be
SIMPLER
Than Y oh
Think!
The
to your current financial problem* may
b< 8«
M this
a loan at BN* bank to meet your Med* Pay
fi o f m aadky budgeted monthly payment* out-otf*
For Delivery on Your Favorite Product*
Wm. SPEARS
W E PÉGG
to a a M .
Write or See
r. •
I. L. BENSON
213 S W
le e r y day, prudent men
tage of out low
Washington, Beaverton
WEATHER STRIPPING
Interlocking Metal
Blinds
—
rater to borrow money to pay taxes.
medical and dental expense*, con-
loan* eaa be approved
Multnomah Metal W eatherstrip Co.
the ame
day
k made
3221 8 W Spring Garden Rd , Portland 1, Ore
J W 'B ill) Bollinger
Phone Beaverton 2918
Special Price
and women axe taking advan­
debts and for other sound purpose*
Insulation - Venetian
Free Estimates
Your communrty morticion stnee 1910
WROUGHT IRON
on
Weather Vanes
DALTON Ä CO
'Anything In Wrought Ir e n ’
Grill« Railings Gates, Fence*. Guards
I an t err.«
3M Canyon Road, Beaverton
Phone 4086
Phone 3411
BEAVERTON, OREGON
The Commercial Bank of Oregon
8848 ». W. C A N Y O N ROAD
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Phone Beaverton 2Ä25
FL0RrST
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805 Johnson Road,
BEAVERTON ENTERPRISE— Friday, September 2, 1949
EVENTS AS CHRONICLED BY OUR CONTEMPORARIES
IN SURROUNDING NORTHWEST COMMUNITIES
E. L. WORD, Real Estate
HOLLAND FEED STORE
Hay
ELSEWHERE IN OREGON
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