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About Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974 | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1927)
Thursday, June 9, 1927
Parabase Motor oil—100% pure
Miss Phoebe Greenman is visit
ing friends at Olympia, Wash.
Mrs. Hartzel called on Mrs. Dent
on Wednesday of last week.
Mrs. R. Sessman has been very
sick for a couple of weeks.
Roy Brady’s mother has been
visiting him the past week but re
turned home Sunday.
Mrs. Roy Brady and children re-
turned from a visit With relatives
at Salem Sunday.
E. Kullander of McMinnville was
a recent visitor at the home of
his son, A. L. Kullander.
Good, clear ice now being made
in Vernonia. Phone Davidson's Ice
& Creamery Co.—adv.
How good news does spread!
General Gasoline is still the best,
Ice will keep your vegetables
cool this summer. Phono Davidson’s
Ice & Creamery Co.—adv.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson visited with
General Green Spot is
the best Western oil.
It contains 22% to
30% Paraffin Base oil.
No other Western Oil
Gives you this.
friends at McMinnville the pa t
On Saturday, June 11, we will
have something new in the lino of
are made of a. rich puff pastry
filled with fresh strawberries. And
good! well, just try some. .Vernonia
Will all who are interested come
to the Christian church Saturday
morning and help paint the church?
Dorothy Holtham gave a marsh-
mallow roast to her friends at her
home Saturday evening.
During the hoi. summer months
we will discontinue making cream
puffs and chocolate eclairs, As a
substitute we will make cream
horns, which are made up i of a
deliciously crisp and flaky puff
pastry with a marshmallow tilling.
Give them a trial—you will like
them. Vernonia bakery.—adv.
Mr. and Mrs. W.Lappe and
daughter were in Portland last Fri
day on business.
The Vernonia chamber of com
merce will hold a regular meeting
in the Horseshoe cafe this noon.
Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Brannan, May 22, a boy.
name is Wayne Phillip.
J. Corey was a Portland visitor
yesterday on business.
Born: To Mr. and Mrs. K. C.
Sharpe, May 30, a girl. The name
of the little miss is June La Verne.
M. E. Carkin and ¡1. E. McGraw
attended a meeting of Portland
post of the American Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Buhler
left last Friday for a visit in
Strawberry shortcake season is
here again. You buy the berries
and let us furnish most delicious
Special price on Ladies’ Endicott-Johnson SHOES
$4.75 Per Pair
Walk in Smartness
Hoffman Hardware Co
See Hoffman About It
FOR SALE—Lawn Mower, 14 in.
ball-bearing, cheap. Phone morn
ings 451. Dr. Wights office.
FOR SALE, CHEAP—Two lotsand
small house, corner of Second
ave., and Cougar streets. Write J.
A. Whitaell, Westfir, Oregon. 444*
Old Sol Again Warns Us
That the time for a dip in that favorite swimming hole has arrived—Look
your best, and feel your best in one of our all wool bathing suits—
Ladies and Mens Sizes
Childrens and Cadet Sizes $3, $5.50
We are prepared to show you dainty Rayon Lingerie that will meet your
Hot Weather Demands:—
Vest and Bloomer sets
Rayon Gowns ------------
Practical, Washable Rayon Dresses
Specially Priced at $6.98.
FOR RENT—Hollywood Confection
ery. Best location in town. See
Miller Mercantile Company
FOR SALE—4-room house. Make
payments like rent. Will accept
a car as part payment. Square
For Cup and Saucer
See our win
dows for the
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,
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
Cream Colored, Fancy Decora
ted lea Cups and Saucers
Can He Used any Time
and with any set of
Notice is hereby given to the'
legal voters of Union High School■
District No. 1, of Columbia County, ’
State of Oregon, that the Annual
School Meeting of said district will
be held at School Building, to be-j
gin at the hour of 2:00 o’clock
to 7:00 p. m. on the 4th Monday
of June, being the 27th day of
June, A. D. 1927.
This meeting is called for the
purpose of electing one director to
serve five years and the transac
tion of business usual at such meet
PURE BRED white leghorn setting
eggs for sale, $1 a setting. Also
3-months-old pedigreed police pupa,
$25 each. Lod McDonald, phone
50 foot coils 1-2
Dr^ss Shoes in all shades
Silk Hose to Match.
SIX-WEEKS-OLD PIGS for sale.
June 9. Mrs. A. B. Counts. 423
Fancy Mixing or Table H
50 foot coils5-8
A Shipment of
■I Mellinger Hdwe. ||
Each season brings forth something new in
the way of clothing accessories. Our showing
displays the newest styles in Dresses, Hats,
Coats, Hosiery—beside a compete line of hab
erdashery for the men.
Distinctive in outline, attractive in the selection of
materials from which each individual model is de
veloped, our FOOTWEAR presents for your ap
proval a most varied range of the newest styles.
Bhortcake to go with them. Just' ' ated this 4th day of June 1927. of the Evangelical church.
now that the breeding Mason is
try one and you will want many ATTEST: Mrs. Chas. Malmsten,
Price«—Adults 50 cents, chil- over. They keep best.
more and they are so reasonably Dit trict Clerk. Bruce McDonald,
About two-thirds of the total
drill 25 cents.
priced. Vernonia bakery.—adv.
Ch xirman Board of Directors. 443
meat produced in the United States
The Willing Workers meet with
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
du-ing the evening whilescrving. is inspected by the Government,
Mesdames Nelson and Lindsay at
the other one-third Is inspected
Emma A. Greener, W.M.S.
As the Women's Missionary so
the home of Mrs. Nelson at Tre-
by state or city authorities, or is
ciety of the Evangelical church is adv.
harne June 15.
not inspected at all.
Frank now able to serve suppers again,
It’s poor business to produce fer
“Mock duck” is made from flank
Shinn’s sister, left Tuesday for we are inviting the patronage of tile eggs, in the summer time, es steak spread with a bread crumb
Kansas City, Mo., after a two-
pecially. Produce only infertile eggs stuffing, rolled tied, and baked.
On the evening of June 14, Flag
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rosa are day, beginning at 6 p.m. and serv
moving into their new home, re- ing until all are served, we will
cently purchased from R. Buhler give a supper at the social hall
on Clatsop street.
Mr. and Mrs. Warner returned
to Vernonia this week and will
again operate the Horshoe reBtau- !
rant. The chamber of commerce
VERNONIA’S PROGRESSIVE STORE
will meet there today at noon.
LEADERS CF STYLE AND QUALITY
We are now making fresh straw
berry pies. Nothing but the pure
fruit in a tender crust. Buy them
often while the berry season lasts.
Dr. H. C. Rones, optometrist and
eye spelialist, will be in Vernonia;
Monday, June 13, and will make !
regular monthly visits thereafter.
He will receive patients at the
Betty Baxleys House and Street Dresses Will Ar
office of Dr. M. D. Cole. Have
your eyes examined.
When you buy Mother's bread
you buy a home product and as
fine a loaf of bread asit is pos
Telegram received stating a shipment of new
sible to produce. Ask for Moth
Silk Dresses and Taxi Skirts. Direct from New
er’s bread always and see that you
get no other.—adv.
Piles and Tonsils can be remov
ed by Electria Dehydration. No
cutting, bleeding, or loss of time.
New process. Dr. M. M. Mackey,
209 Panama Bldg., Portland, Ore
Don’t be misled and don’t ac
cept “something just as good." |
Mother’s bread is second to none
for real quality through and
through—ask for it by name and
be sure you get “Mother’s”—the
All Legion and Auxiliary mem-«
bers will meet at the city park at
6 P.M. Friday for a picnic. Each
must bring a little more than his
A good time is
Buy at Reithner’s Where Everybody Receive«
Circle No. 1 of the
the Same Service. One Price to All.
Legion Auxiliary will meet at the ’
home of Mrs. H. E. McGraw to-1
day at 2 o’clock. Each member
is asked to bring a square of In-'
Mail orders filled same day received.
dian head of about one yard and
the necessary sewing implements.’
WORK WANTED—By woman day
or hour, any kind. Inquire at
Eagle office. —
STRAWBERRY PICKERS wanted.
Mothers with children preferred.
Write C, A. Morgan, box 334. Bux
Every Day Bargain Day
VERNONIA’S LEADING STORE