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About Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974 | View Entire Issue (June 2, 1927)
Thursday, June 2, 1927
The mill had a new whistle
brought from the company's old
mill at Carson, La.
The willing workers met wit.i
Mrs. C. Dusten at the Christian
Mrs. Florence McDonald is re church yesterday.
ported to be quite ill.
M. A. Oakes is back in Vernonia home from the hospital and im
from a visit to Mosier, Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Wilson attend
How _ good news does spread!
General Gasoline is still the best. ed the auto races at Vancouver,
Mr. and Mrs. V. Green motored Sunday.
Mrs. Edith Brinkerhoff of Seat
to Centralia Sunday.
W. Brimmer is on the sick list. tle visited with friends here this
E. Bell visited his daughter at week.
Paro.base Motor oil—100% pure
Dr. Mary Cole of Eugene is paraffine base.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lloyd and
visiting friends here.
The Missionary society meet with family are leaving for Hood River
Mrs. W. W. Wolff Wednesday.
Mrs. M. E. Carkin of Camas,
Parabase Motor oil—100% pur?
Wash., was a Vernonia visitor Me-
Seems to us as though there morial day.
Mrs. F. A. McEarron and son are
should be another batch of birth-
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Felsman and moving to Vernor ia from her place
family will leave today for their between here and Mist.
new home in Idaho.
I Ice will keep your vegetables
Mr. and Mrs. H. o. Dlssmore cool this summer. Phone Davidson's
spent Memorial day in McMinn- Ice & Creamery Co.—adv.
Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Cole are leav
iiow good news does spread! ing this week for a few weeks
Genera Gasoline is •till the best. visit with relatives at Moscow, Ida-
With the first warm days of summer
your thoughts turn to dainty summer
apparel and a vacation.
That Men Will Want For Sumner
Our complete stock, ranging in prico from the
more moderate to the higher prices, affords am
ple variety to fit the pocket book and the dress
tastes of every man and boy.
At any rate when yours arrives
These are summery days—let us assortment of pies, cakes, rolls,
S. G. Ratcliffe started Mr. and let us make the cake and then you hope that they are here to stay cookies, etc. Also Mother’s bread
and you can be assured that what
Mrs. E. E. Graham on their trip can celebrate it fittingly. Vernonia
and if they are you, Mrs. House- ever you buy you will receive a
by motoring them to Portland Sun Bakery.—adv.
wil e, will want to be out-of-doors quality product. Let us supply you
H. M. Barr, an instructor in the a lot to make up in some measure
with all your bakery goods and
Mrs. G. W. Plumer left Thurs Irvington school of Portland, ac
day morning for Ostrander, Wash., companied by Mrs. E. A. Anderson for the many days you have had we give you always not only qual
to visit at the homes of her two and her daughter Beatrice, were to stay in during the last few ity, but service and cleanliness. Ver
weeks of disagreeable weather.
sons and their families.
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. When you are out enjoying your nonia Bakery.—adv.
The girl reserve class of the Anderson on Monday.
self you need not worry about
There is one freight car for
Christian church gave their teach
Dr. Ella Wight returned Tues rushing home to bake for the fam every 45 persons in the United
er a handkerchief shower at her
home May 26. She left for Boise, day after enjoying the graduation ily. Here you will find a large States.
r exercises of Hillsboro high school,
Good, clear ice now being made at which their daughter Miss Vir
ginia Wight received her diploma.
in Vernonia. Phone Davidson’s Ice
Piles and Tonsils can be remov
& Creamery Co.—adv.
SPECIAL NOTICE—We wish to ed by Electria Dehydration. No
inform our many customers and cutting, bleeding, or loss of time. I
friends and the public in general Ne v process. Dr. M. M. Mackey,
VERNONIA’S PROGRESSIVE STORE
that they will no longer be able 209 Panama Bldg., Portland, Ore- j
OF STYLE AND QUALITY
to purchase Mother’s bread of any
You know how hungry you get
kind Yt Skagga Safeway store.
Skaggs now sell exclusively bread when you go on that picnic or
shipped to them from their own fishing trip. You need a lot of
bakery in Portland. You can ob sandwiches to appease that appetite
tain Mother’s bread from all other and for delicious sandwiches that
stores or from our bakery which will retain their freshness for a
is directly across the street from long time, use Mother’s bread in'
the sandwich loaf size or our sweet
Skaggs. Vernonia Bakery.—adv.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Graham left buns are equally as good, Vernon-
We ask that before you decide on your sum
Sunday for Mississippi to visit ia Bakery.—adv.
mer wardrobe you will call and let us show you
friends and relation. They expect
Last' Thursday evening a number
the latest in—
to stay about two months and then of members and friends of the
return to Vernonia.
Evangelical church gave Rev. and
....... Fiala will leave Vernonia Mrs. G. W. Plumer a reception. I
today to seek a new location. His ! i They all reported a very enjoyable
family are still here and expect time. Light refreshments were serv-
to move later. He was formerly em- ed.
ployed at the Crawford Motor com- [
H c Rone„ optOmetrist and]
It will be a pleasure to assist you in making
I eye gpeiiaijjt, wj]i i,e in Vernonia I
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Hartzog and Monday, June 13> and will make;
You will do doubt want a few pairs of—
.laughter recently arrived here from j re?u]ar
Louisiana and are living In the Ha wiu receive
patientg at the I
Felsman home in the Riverview die- offibe of Dr M
D Cole Have j
We are showing beautiful new shades of nile,
I your eyes examined.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer J. White J
maize, orchid, tea rose and blue at $4.50-$5 up.
and family are leaving Vernonia I
today to visit Mrs. White’s sister | visit to Hillsboro and Portland took
There has been a change in
Very heavy quality of rayon at reasonable prices,
augerated in the mill program, fraternity of which she has been'
Sealpax undies, guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Hereafter the day and night crew a member for years.
Whether you order bread from
will change places every 60 days,
After this week’s shut down for ybur grocer or buy it personally'
I m 1< for Mother’s Bread and accept '
That you will delight in wearing, styles, the very
other. In Mother
’s Bread vo,,
C. McDonald, Mrs. J. A, Me , no other.
latest in pearl gray, rose blush, blonds, black
Donald and Mrs. W. McDonald get all that anyone could put into
visited Sunday with Mrs. C. Mc- a loaf of bread to make It good.
patent and many others priced from $4-25 te.
Donald and Walter McDonald, who The finest spring hard wheat flour
$9.00. We also carry a large line of arch shoe*.
are in the St. Vincents hospital.
Let Reithner’s assist you in being well dressed.
Walter McDonald had to have an- ingredients are equally as good. adv.
Our Scotch double loaves are ‘
other piece taken off his leg where
gaining in popularity daily and
it was amputated before.
Mail orders filled same day received.
Misses Eve and Lottie Carter of there . is a reason. Just try them
Seattle, Wash., visited over the and you will know why. Vernonia
week end with their grandparents, Bakery.—ady.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Tisdale,
days coming along here pretty soon.
A few weeks ago we made a birth
day cake almost every day, but
birthdays seem to have run out
New shipment of summer apparel has just arrived
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Miller Mercantile Company
SIX-WEEKS-OLD PIGS for sale,
June 9. Mrs. A. B. Counts. 423
uy now—only a few sets of each—No more at
these prices when these are sold
3 P-ere Cutlerv c t
h Butcher Knife
3T Slicer ............
3 Piece Kitchen Set
Large Butcher Knife ...
M Kitchen Fork ...............
3! Medium Butcher Knife
FOR SALE—4-room house. Make
payments like rent. Will accept
a car as part payment. Square
2 Piece Slag Horn
Handle Carving; Set
WORTH $2.00 OR MORE—OUR
See Hoffman About It
What a Joy to Jump in with a good all woll
swimming suit that really fits—Ladies and Men’s
sizes—$6.00.—Royal Court all wool suit*.—Cadet
size, ,$3.00, Ladies and Men’s, $4.50.
Web-foot swimming suits.—all wool Cadet sizes. $3. Ladies and Mens $4.50
FOR RENTr—2 room house. 542 3rd
FOR RENT OR SALE—Unfurnish
ed 4-room, modern house, 658
Third street. E. S. Cleveland. 422*
FOR RENT OR SALE—4-room fur
nished house, one block from
Bridge street. E. S. Cleveland. 422*
The Suit That
ALL THREE FOR—
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—Suc
cessful boarding house of 12
rooms. Old established business. Can
be kept full all the time. Excellent
location. Will take 4 or 5-room
house as part payment. Selling on
account of ill health. Apply of Mrs.
Webster at 641 First street, Ver
FOR RENT—Light housekeeping
rooms. Also large, airy bedroom,
PURE BRED white leghorn setting
eggs for sale, $1 a setting. Also
3-months-old pedigreed police pups,
$25 each. Lod McDonald, phone
FOR SALE—Two houses, one 4-
room and one 2-room, along rail
road track below Rose ave. in Ver
nonia. Address H. L. Westerman,
Stainless steel—ALL THREE FOR—
Ladies Bathing Cap*
Straw Hat Weather is Here
Sailors—With Snap and Style, $2.50.
WANTED — Position in private
home or anywhere, for ■ uni ng
or taking care of children, Inquire
at Eagle office, or write Mrs. B.
E. Edwards, Vernonia, Ore.
STRAWBERRY PICKERS wanted.
Mothers with children preferred.
Write C. A. Morgan, bog 334, Bux
WE CAN FIT YOU
FOUND—At Legion hall after
dance Saturday night, one um
brella and pair of ladies overshoes.
Call at the Eagle office.
WORK WANTED—By woman day
or hour, any kind. Inquire at
15c, 25c, 35c, 65c.
Panamas—Light and Cool, $3.00-$3.50
Every Day Bargain Day
VERNONIA'S LEADING STORE