The Beaverton enterprise. (Beaverton, Or.) 1927-1951, March 31, 1950, Image 7

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    ALOHA
Business Guide
ALOHA BUSINESS and
BARBER
ALOHA BARBER SHOP
TW O BARBERS TO SERVE
YOU
CLEANERS
ALOHA CLEANERS
D R Y C LE A N IN G
TA ILO R IN G
PRESSING W H IL E YOU W A IT
We Pick-Up and Deliver
Hours—8 a.m. to 6 p,m,
Phone Aloha 6145
BEAVERTON ENTERPRISE — Friday, March 31, 1950
In Lakeview, a move is afoot to
increase the comfort of and extend ,
a welcome to birds (other than
English Sparrows)
L A K E COUNTY
E X A M IN E R
PROFESSIONAL LISTINGS
details a contest to that aim.
Prizes will be offered for the
PLUMBING --------------
best birdhouses in two divisions. \
BILL SCHULTZ
four classes apiece And if any of ,
F IX T U R E S and A PPLIA N C E S
the entrants (boys and girls under I
and boys and girls over ten years |
S&H Green Stamps With Material
of age) wish to offer their master­
BEAVERTON AREA BUSINESS
South Washington Ave., Aloha Ph. Aloha 6618
pieces for sale, they need only I
TERM S
Mornings and Evenings
mark the price on it at time of |
ADVERTISING
entering the contest.
REFRIGERATION
Furthermore, every youngster
Th e BEAVERTON ENTERPRISE
who submits a birdhouse is asked
SC H LIC K S REFRIGERATION
to
register.
During
the
summer,
if
—
The Tualatin Valley Market Basket”
& APPLIANC E
any young birds, other than spar­
DISPLAY'
—
C LASSIFIED
Service and Sales on Commercial-Domestic
\
rows are raised, a bonus of 50c per
Authorized York Dealer
B
EAVER
TO
N
PH O NE 2321
bird will be paid, whether or not
Guaranteed Service
Aloha 6747
! the youngster happened to win a
prize in the birdhouse contest.
ALTERATIONS
FU LTZ SHOE SHOP
THE ALOHA PH AR M AC Y
Prescriptions
-
Drug Sundries
C O -PA R TN E R SELI s OUT
I
In the offices of one of St. Helens'
weekly newspapers, there is an
j absence of a former co-partner,
i who was identified with the news-
I paper hurly-burly of the Columbia
River vicinity for some two years.
Says the CHRONICLE, Glenn A.
| I^eemon disposed of his half inter­
est in the publication to his part­
ner, Paul S. Paulson, who estab­
lish ed the concern in 1936.
Leemon, incidentally, is mayor
of the town and has other business
interests to occupy himself.
Guaranteed - Quick Shoe Repairing
W e Feature Weyenberg Shoes
Phone Aloha 6334
TOP NOTCH
HARDWARE
J. B. IM L A Y & SONS
Sandwiches Our Specialty
Delicious Juicy Hamburgers
Painta, Electrical Supplies, Hardware
Hay, Feed Grain, Poultry Supplies
Aloha
Phone 6311
T O M M Y & VYE JONES - ALOHA
ELSEWHERE IN OREGON
EVENTS AS CHRONICLED BY OUR CONTEMPORARIES
IN SURROUNDING NORTHWEST COMMUNITIES
A D IP IN TO H ISTO RY
Phil Sheridan, whose name is
written in large letters by histo­
rians o f the Civil War, revives as
a topic of interest when the city
of Sheridan dips into history for
a two-day celebration.
The SUN announces spade-work
is progressing nicely in the cultiva­
tion of interest for the chamber of
commerce Phil
Sheridan Days
festival of June 16 and 17.
Each year has seen an increase
in attendance of the event and
last year’s parade, acclaimed as
one of Oregon’s best, attracted an
estimated 15 to 20 thousand watch-
Although three-man general com­
mittee has been appointed to direct
the planning, ample warning is
given that, “ everyone who is as­
signed to a job must do it prompt­
ly and to the best of his ability."
* * *
M ANURE SPREAD ER NEXT
The McMinnville area may be
treated to the spectacle of a flying
manure spreader next, judging the
aftermath of wild stories that told
of a "flying silo” in the skies over
nearby Amity.
Relates the TE LE PH O N E -R E G ­
ISTER, a young mechanic who is
an ex-pilot, devised a tissue paper
balloon with a turpentine-soaked
rag wick which was set airborne
by lighting the wick. His idea was
a sparetime study of air currents
vc>
LARGE SELECTION OF
Easter LiSies
LABBE 1 FLOWERS
6802 S. W. Canyon Road
ATwater 1089
and, about 6:30 p. m. one night, he
sent his ingenious devise aloft.
Immediately came reports that a
space ship, of some dimension re­
sembling a silo, was haunting the
area in high speed travel. Actually,
the tissue paper bag was two feet
in diameter and didn't travel much
of a distance. Yet, with the con­
fusion of darkness and imagina­
tion, watchers reported it was
miles and miles away.
A little provoked at the wild
alarms attending the launching of
his fiery bag, the mechanic prom­
ises that if people think the latest
was a flying silo, he’ll build ’em
a flying manure spreader, next.
i H EN HOUSE FIGURES
In Oakridge, a guest speaker [
went into hen house figures and CEM ENT BLOCK CONCERN
came up with a suggestion that
A new industry begins in Ver-
the community could well benefit
nonia.
from a thriving poultry industry.
The EAG LE reports that a rail­
Displayed by the TELEG RAM ,
road
spur capable of handling 10
the speaker’s survey showed that
an average two million eggs are to 12 cars is under construction to
consumed in the Oakridge-Westfir I the site of a concrete block outfit
which plans to take out aggregate
area each year.
This represents an outlay of for use in its Portland plant.
An estimated 15 or 20 men will
about $70,000 beyond the commun­
ity and with an added figure of be employed when work begins In
50.000 poultry consumed each year earnest.
would bring the take to $95,000.
Read our classified ads
The speaker was a representative
of a feed concern.
SERVICES
in t h e
taken from merchants for a direc­
CHURCH OK C H RIST
tory is not by authorization of the
Second and Main Streets
association.
George W. Springer, Pastor
In fact, no such type solicitation
Morning worship and preaching
has been authorized. Persons tak
ing subscriptions and using jhp service 9:45 a.m.
Evening worship 7:30 p. m.
alleged sanctions are (tsk! tsk!)
Bible School
class session 11
perpretrating a hoax!
i a.m.
Christian Endeavor 6.30 p. m.
Midweek Bible Study, Thursday
8 p.m.
a
SELECTS
AERO BATTERIES
12 - 1 8 - 2 4 - 3 0 Month Written Guarontee
PRICED $11.45 TO $19.85
'Chuck" Page
"Fish" Logon
ASSOCIATED SERVICE
Phone 4660
FLORIST
LABBE FLOWERS
WEDDINGS OUR SPECIALTY
Near Sunset Highway Bridge
6802 S. W. Canyon Rd
ATwater 1089
FURNITURE
TERRY'S FU RNITU RE CO.
FLORENCE'S SEW ING CENTER
New and Used. I,arge Selcetlon of Furniture
for Every l oom Also Refrigerators. Home
Freezers, Electric Ranges, Washing Machines
and Oil Heaters
2286 N. F. Canyon Rd.
Beaverton 4703
Buttons - Buckles - Belts Covered
Dressmaking .. Button Holes .. Hemstitching
47 N. E. Broadway, Beaverton
Phone 4463
APPLIANCES
h e a t in g
GRAUER & ACKERM AN
APPLIANCES
DOUGHTY'S
Furnaces — Floor Furnaces
Oil Burners
-
Circulators
Controls
-
Repair Service
Phones Beaverton 4182 or AT 4507
"Largest Selection of Electrical Appliances
In Beaverton”
1445 N E. Canyon Road
Beaverton 4175
INSURANCE
APPLIANCES
GRAUER <& ACKERM AN
F IR E
Hot Point
-
Maytag
"Every Appliance for the Home”
On Canyon Rd.
Beaverton 4182
East of Beaverton
or ATwater 4507
- AUTO - L IA B IL IT Y
ST. M A TT H E W L U TH E R A N
CHURCH
Canyon Road at Johnson
Leonard Kutz, Pastor
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
THOM AS S. DUTHIE
LUMBER
ASSOCIATED
KINGSLEY-BEAVERTON LUMBER CO.
W E HONOR C R E D IT CARDS
Ask For Application
Dutch Boy Faint«
Roofing
LOGAN & PAGE ASSOCIATED SERVICE
44 N. W. Canyon Road
F IR S T M ET HO DIST CHURCH
9.48 a m. Church School. 11 a. m
Morning worship. 6;46 p m M Y.F
4th and Watson Streets
Rev. Mark B Lloyd, Pastor
Res 5625 N Kerby A v e , Portland.
Telephone WEbeter 8978
-
Insulations
Beaverton
Ph Beaverton 4660
Phone 3201
LUMBER
ATTORNEY
237 Farmington
BEVVERTO N
(next to
W. J. McCREADY LUMBER CO
ROOFING - IN SU LA TIO N
NASH and DOORS
Kiwanis Hall)
Phone 4449
AUTO SERVICE
Beaverton
Phone 3821
NURSERY
Camellias
Rhododendrons
Evergreen Specialist
Reliable Service _ Satisfaction Guaranteed
Free Pickup and Delivery
SENZ AUTO SERVICE
Phone Beaverton 4539
AUTO WRECKING
Rare-Dwarf
Evergreens
Beaverton 3651
Eighth mile west of Beaverton on Canyon Rd.
OPTOMETRIST-
0. R. NICHOLSON & SON
DR. FRAN K M cBRIDE
D E A LE R IN SCRAP M ETAL
Near Union Oil Depot, Bertha-Beaver ton Hwy.
Phone Beaverton 4381
BUILDING MATERIAL
Manning Bldg., Beaverton
For Appointment Phone Beaverton 3571
PAINTING
W EST SLOPE LUMBER YARD
M ILTO N R. DRAKE
For Anything In Building Material- -We Have
it—Will Get It or it Isn’t Made
9049 fi. W
.'T a i A
DREW 'S ILEX NURSERY
155 N. E. East St.
Painting - Papering
Contract Work
Free Estimates
Work Guaranteed
260 S. W. 9th St„ Beaverton
Phone 4962
BRoadway 6122
Canyon Rd.
CARPENTER
PAPER HANGING
C. M ICKELSEN
Home Builder
-
DON FIN N E Y
Remodeling
Rt. 3. Box 249
"JUST P A P E R H ANGING"
1102 S. W Menlo Dr.
Beaverton Ph. 2504
Free Estimates
Prompt Service
Beaverton 4194
Free Estimates
CARPENTER-
BEAVERT0N BUILDERS
PLUMBING
New Homes
Old Ones Made New
All Types of Decorating
A. H A R R Y MAC IN T Y R E
Rte. 1, Box 435, Beaverton
Ph. Beav. 2821
CLEARW ATER PLU M BING
Electric and Gas Water Heaters
Fairbanks Morse Pumps and Service
Beaverton
CLEANERS-
COOK'S CLEANERS & DYERS
SE V E N TH DAY A D V E N TIST
"Home of Fine Cleaning"
CHI H i ll
S
and
H
Green
Stamps
Beaverton 3891
5th A Angel fits., Beaverton
A. Running, Pastor
375 S. W. Canyon Rd.
BEacon 6757
Sabbath School (Saturday) 9:45
a. m.
COM M UNITY B A P T IS T CHURCH
Preaching
Service
(Saturday) DRY CLEANING
Aloha, Oregon
11:00 a. m.
Erling Monnes, Minister
Prayer meeting, Wednesday 8 00
IDEAL CLEANERS
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m.
p. m.
“ Quality Work nt Economy Prices
Morning Worship at 11:00.
621 Canyon Road at Cedar St., at West
B. Y. F. and Juniors 6:30 p.m.
CHURCH OF TH E NAZAKE NE
Beaverton 4281
Evening service at 7.30 p.m.
Leonard C Johnson. Pastor
Phone Beaverton4345
CHURCH O F GOD
Sunday School 9:46 a.m.
ELECTRIC RANGE REPAIRING
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
(Temporary Location)
Hl-N-Y and N.Y.P.S, 6 30 p.m.
Huber Commercial Club
BLANTON REFRIGERATION AND
Evangelistic service 7:30 p.m
Just East of Aloha
APPLIA N C E SERVICE
Church School 10 a. m.
Mid-week prayer meeting. Wed
Evening services 7:30 p .m.
nesday, 7:45 p.m.
Guarantee«! Repairs
Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Ail Makes Refrigerators, Washers, Motors
CHURCH OF JEHUS CH RIST OF
R. Eugene Linnmen, Pastor
Phone Beaverton 2384
Member R.S.E.S.
I-ATTF.H DAY SAINTS
ODD rE L L O W S H A LL
ALO H A ASSEM BLY OF GOD
t o --------------------------------------
53 N. W Broadway
Beaverton
Wheeler and Alexander Sts.
C. H. Peterson, Branch President,
Fred F. Snyder, Minister
HOLLAND FEED STORE
Sunday 8ch<>«»| in A. M.
Sunday school 10 a .m
Hay
—
Grain
-
Ses-sia
Morning worship 11 o'clock.
Sacrament Meeting 7 p.m
Evangelistic Service 7 45 p. m.
Poultry Supplies
Wednesday, Bible study, 8 p. m.
CAN YO N HOAD B AFTIST
Beaverton
Phone 3811
CHURCH
ST. C E C ILIA CHURCH
Rev. Russell B. Thomas, Pastor
FEEDS
Masses: 7 a.m., 8:30 a.m., 10 a.m.
2616 N. E. 20tb Ave. Portland
Phone WEbster 5526
Horticultural, Agricultural and Florist
N. E. Canyon Road at McClain
B E TH E L C O N G R EG ATIO N AL
Supplies
Drive and Lake Road
CHURCH
Sunday echool at 9;45 a. m
•130 Watson Street
Phone 4680
FINDLEY M ILLIN G CO.
Worship service 11 a m. and
Albert K. King, Minister
16 S E. Farmington
Beaverton 385)
Church School: 9:45 a.m.
7:48 p. m
Morning Worship: 11:00 a.m.
Wednesday prayer meeting. 7;45
Pilgrim Fellowship: 7:00 p.m
9 m
FLORIST
R RED V IL L E COM M UNITY
ritE H B T T E R IA N CHURCH
Rev. Graham Gilmer, Pastor
Sunday School 9 46 A. M.
Worehlp Service 11 A. M
Young People's C. E. 7 P. M
- BONDS
680 S. E. 13th St., Beaverton, Ore. Phone 4240
“ Insure and Be Sure"
A T T O R N E Y - A T - LAW
COMMUNITY CHURCHES
As a sign of a changing world,
indeed, a local hank in Seaside
makes news by beating two others
in bids for city bonds totaling
$115,000.
P IL G R IM LU TH E R A N CHURCH
Says the SIGNAL, on the $100,-
C ED AR M IL L COM M UNITY
Farmington at Menlo, Beaverton
000 issue for water line improve­
CHURCH
Erwin A. Gerken, Pastor
ments and $15,000 for a new fire
12208 N. W. Cornell Road
Telephone Beaverton 3441
truck, the local county bank of­
at Church St.
Sunday School 9.30 a.m.
fered interest rate of 1.75# on the
Simon E. Foraberg, Mlnlstei
Divine Service 10:30 a.m.
first and 2# yn the second. The
8318 S. W. Canyon Road
Lutheran Hour, K A L E 9:30 a.m
state bond commission, seeking Portland 1, Oregon BEacon 8698
local outlet for the first time in ' 9:45 a.m. Sunday Bible School.
V IL L A G E B A P T IS T CHURCH
several years, hid 2# on bonds
11:00 a.m. Morning Service.
due up to and including 1958 and
6:45 p. m. Young Peoples’ hour 14-Mile South of Sunset Highway
on Murray Road
2*4# on the remaining issue.
(senior, intermediate, junior).
Cedar Mill Park
Tuesday, 7:30-9:15 p. m., Bible
Indication of the big thaw on
Pastors A. C. Fuller, F. E. Dobra
classes.
bank assets for lending purposes,
Bible School—10: a. m.
7:45 p.m. Evening Gospel Hour
the bond bid and interest rate of
Morning Worship— 11 a. m.
Thursday,
7:45
p.
m.
prayer
and
the bank shows private enterprise
Training Unions—7 p. tn.
among the money changers able to fellowship.
Evening Worship-—8 P- m-
go out and challenge the bonding
Midweek Service 8 p. m„ Thurs.
TH E V A L L E Y CO M M U NITY
agency of the state.
c
Business Meeting—1st Thursday
* * *
U N IT E D
P R E S B Y T E R IA N
each month.
CHURCH
D IR E C T O R ! HOAX
7850 S. W. Brentwood Ave.
H IG H W AY C H A PE L
West Slope
There’s one horn every minute. I
Full Gospel Church
Rev.
H.
A..
Armltage,
Pastor
said P. T. Barnum. But the min­
Canyon
Highway A Mill Street
Morning worship: 11:00 a.m.
isterial association of St. Helens
Orville J. Poulin, Minister
Bible
School:
9:45
a.m.
is trying to warn their business­
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Youth and adult mr Mings: 6:30
men nevertheless.
Morning Worship at 11 a.m.
p.m.
Through the good offices of the
Evening Service 8 p. m.
Mid-week
meeting.
Wednesday,1
SE NTINE L-M IST, the group an­
Thursday Night Service 8 p. m.
:00
p.m.
nounces that subscriptions being
INSPECTS DbTECTS
and PROFESSIONAL LISTINGS
TH U R L0W WEED
B A N K BEATS BOND BIDS
44 N W Canyon Road, Beaverton
Business
Guide
BEAVERTON
SHOE REPAIRING
DRUG STORE
v
FOR B IRD PO PU LATIO N
BEAVERTON FLORIST
FLO W ER S FO R A L L OCCASIONS
Deliveries to Hillsboro and Portland
1650 S E Lombard St
Phone Beaverton 2825
Phone 4581
PLUMBING
CARLSON PLU M BING CO.
"20 Years Experience"
Material and Workmanship Guaranteed
Beaverton 4118
Charles Carlson
Ted Sanborn
PRINTING
I
THE BEAVERTON ENTERPRISE
Personal and Business Stationery
Office Forms and Cards
For Service Phone Beaverton 2321
REFRIGERATION
REDFIELD REFRIGERATION
Service and Repair on AH Makes Refriger­
ators, Washing Machines, Ranges and Motors
Phone Beav. 4985
1582 N. E. Center St.
*VER HOOK UP ----------------------------- -
BEAVER PLU M BING
For Sewer Hookups
W e can save you money
Beaverton 4346
SIGNAL
W E HONOR C R E D IT CARDS
Ask For Application
HAROLD GREGORY SIGNAL SERVICE
55 N. E. Canyon Road
Beaverton Ph. 2011
TEXACO
W E HONOR C R E D IT CARDS
Ask For Application
Hours 7am to 10 p.m. Sundays 9 am. to 10 p.m
S & S TEXACO SERVICE
Ray Shearei A Don Slpe
580 N. K Canyon Rd