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About Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974 | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1927)
Thursday, June 23, 1927
absence of Hon. J. A. Eakin, cir
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. at Umatilla and First avenue vhen giv rn the bride and groom.
This summons is served upon cuit judge.
it started to roll. In jumping off
-Ir. and Mrs. Elias plan to live
Date of first publication T treni-
by publication for six consecu
he fell in the path of a wheel. He in Astoria, where they will con- you
tive weeks in the Vernonia Eagle, day, June 23, 1937. Date of last
Ice will keep your vegetables was taken to a hospital at F orest du t a lingerie store. Mrs. Elias in pursuance of an order of Hon publication Thursday, August 4.
cool this summer. Phone Davidsor.'s Grove.
asl ed that her best regards be sent orable John Philip, judge of the 1927.
Dillard & Dillard, attorneys for
county court for Columbia county,
Ice ii Creamery Co.—adv.
to her many Vernonia friends.
Residence and post of-
Powell is spending
Card of Thanks.
Oregon, made and entered on the plaintiff.
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. McNeill will
22nd day of' June, 1927, in
two weeks in Portland visiting rel
We wish to express our sincere
return Saturday from a two-weeks gratitude for the kindness and flor
atives and friends.
vacation trip, visiting their parents al offerings during the illness and
Good, clear ice now being made in Seattle and Prosser, Washington. death of my beloved wife and
in Vernonia. Phone Davidson’s Ice
Especially the American
A woman was found murdered
Piles and tonsilB can be remov
& Creamery Co.—adv.
Legion, the Auxiliary and the em in his apartment. He is accused
ed by Electria Dehydration.
! jailed. Circumstantial evidence
Guaranteed vulcanizing service at cutting, bleeding or loss of time. ployes of the O.-A. mill.
da kens the path to freedom. The
cit * turns against him. Only one
lowest prices. Vernonia Service Sta New process. Dr. M. M. Mackey,
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Tyrone. w< man sticks—and she, the daugh-
VERNONIA’S .PROGRESSIVE STORE
209 Panama bldg., Portland, Ore-
tei of a millionaire, renounces her
LEADERS OF STYLE AND QUALITY
Mr. and Mrs. * W. A. McClurg
prise climax. Don’t miss “New
The pastor, Rev. G. W. Plumer, . • i su'
left Vernonia Tuesday for their
The Ladies Aid of the Christian
York," on Saturday, featuring Ri-
Cortez," Lois"'wiison“ and Ev
new home in Eugene.
church will meet at the home of
Mrs. A. J. Sitts Wednesday, June ening at the Evangelical church, tel e Taylor.________
Mrs. C. E. Robertson of Port-
.’a,hionB of the year Ju,t open.
29 at 2 p. m. Refreshments will The subject for the morning will:
land visited with friends here over
be, “Inducing Pleasures,' and the ¡ni
are a feature of Colleen
incinc “ vui
, su- utc ’ a s uuv
newest picture, “Orchids
The annual Sunday school pic- an ' * ”
Ermine,' ,” coming Sunday.
The plan of the excursion will
Miss Bessie McDonald attended
be t^o leave Columbia county early nic of the Evangelical church will
Che pearly gates of the Elysian
the rose carnival in Portland Thurs
Saturday morning and assemble in be held Saturday. They will meet fields were opened
front of the Astoria hotel at 10 at the church at 10 a.m. and go to ai1 ® a thousand ’ lost
Mrs. Rose Keasey is here with o’clock, at which time the excursion the picnic grounds at Sheeley grove “Sorrows of Satan,” Tuesday See
her daughter Julia and son Dow will leave promptly for the station. where dinner will be served at W dnesday.
One Lot of ladies and childrens coats, up-to-date ;
Adolphe Menjou, Rl-
12:30. All are welcome.
jea do Cortez, Carol Dempster and
styles, twills and tweeds reduced below cost. Every
Joseph Loeb, attorney for the
The Children’s day program at
de Putti have the featured
Vernonia Light & Power company,
coat a wonderful value. If shopping for a coat, do
the church last Sunday evening
who spent last week here on bus-
not fail to see these bargains.
was a great success. The offering I Tort Hays, one of the historic
iness, returned to his
I ol< western outposts of the early
for general missions was $30.
170 s, was reproduced in all its pic-
I tu’ esqueners for “The Flaming
Miss Betty Van Doren, bookkeep
Fr intier,” coming Thursday and
The Bible school is showing a Fr day*
er and stenographer in one of the
Wool worth stores in Portland, is
’ tstoria—New Knapga-Svensen el-
Next Sunday the men’s I
here on a tow-waeks vacation vis- months.
part ecfric service will reach '*">
•ting her sister, Mrs. J. L. Tim-
mens and her parents, Mr. and in the opening exercise.
’t- Helens—Moat & Swift saw
The pastor will preach for both'
Mrs. C. C. Van Doren, who have
. mi 1 reopened to cut 40,000 feet
Every mother will be interested in these quaint
leased the McTecs ranch on Rock
styles, sizes 2 to 8 years, priced at .$1.25, $2.00.
“Salvation—God’s Road to Heav- j
en.” Thia will be a chart sermon,
Dr. Clarke, of the Clarke Optic The public is cordially invited to In the Circuit Court of the State
>f Oregon for the County of Co-
al Co., 304 Salmon St., Portland, attend.
Ore., eye sight specialists, will be
Christian Endeavor at 7 o’clock/JOi eph W. Clark, Plaintiff, vs.
in Vernonia all day and evening, everyone invited.
I | Ca -rio
-rie Clark, Defendant.
To Carrie Clark, the above nam
Monday, June 27, at the Hotel Hy-
Van, on his regular monthly trip.
In order to make room
^e name of the state of Ore-
Dresses possessing the most desirable style fea
for a special line of
W'illiam Hodge, Mr. and Mrs. Kirk got: You are hereby required to
tures in prints, voiles and batiste ,at prices you
ap >ear and answer the complaint
goods we are making
and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. fil d against you in the above en-
Mrs. E. H. Washburn resigned Heppler were invited over to help tit ed suit on or before Saturday
great price reductions
as secretary of the American Leg Mr. and Mrs. Meyer and family th: 6th day of August, 1927, said
of the stock on hand.
ion Auxiliary pest here Monday finish the ice cream cake and some
ter the date of the first publica-
night because of lack of time to strawberries.
' tio 1 of this summons herein; and
property attend to the duties of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heppler and if you fail to appear and answer
her office. Mrs. Annetta Eason was Mr. Lee Hall have been visiting at or otherwise plead to plaintiff’s
elected secratary for the remainder
Mr. and Mrs. Kirks for a few days. sai 1 complaint, for want thereof
th« plaintiff will apply to the court
of the year.
, Earl Snyder, Harry Wilson and foi the relief prayed for in his
Misses Birdie and Lou Lester of Geo. Bennett were on a fishing co> iplaint, to-wit, for a decree for-
Mail orders filled same day received.
Seattle are visiting here for the trip last week. They reported fair ev, r dissolving the bonds of mat-
| rin ony now existing between plain-
Take advantage of this
summer months with their sister catches.
' tif' and defendant, and for such
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snyder and otl er’andUfurther‘‘reief“ as" to “the
and brother-in-law, Mr. and • Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson went' coi rt may seem equitable and
E. H. Washburn.
to make a saving in
out in the valley for a short visit
G. C. Sale, a former resident Sunday.
articles that you need.
of Vernonia and now owner of a
Mrs. Lee Hall, Mrs. Clines and
furniture and hardware store at another aunt made Mr. and Mrs.
Clothing For Both Men
Ro: kaway, was here Tuesday on Kirk a visit Sunday afternoon.
business and visiting old friends.
Kitchen Shower Given.
Mayor Guy Mills, accompanied
A kitchen shower was given on
We have all the latest
...ell at the home of Mrs. N. |
a n d
and Mrs. G. H. Sitts, attended the Williams, in honor of Miss Sheila
who later became the
styles. Make your sel-
rose festival in Portland Friday.
bride of O. L. Bateman.
ectioq now, before it
Those present were Mrs. N.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Gooding Trussler, .......
Mrs. .. i
is too late.
were accompained by their daughter
and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nel
V. Lilly, Mrs. C. L. Bateman, Mrs.
son, in motoring to Portland Friday J.
N. Bush, Mrs. A. S. Schultz,
to view the rose festival.
Mrs. Carl Gibson, Miss Lena Gib
son, Miss Louise Simmons, Miss
Jackie, small son of A. E. Adams, Ruth Holaday, Miss Luella Wil-i
suffered a broken leg Thursday liams, Miss Lucille Hills, Roberta
when it was run over by a wagon. Williams, and Eleanora Fiala.
He was playing on a lumber wagon
A pretty social affair of last
week was the bridal shower honor
ing bride-elect, Gladys Malmstan,
HXHXHXHXHXHXHXHXHXHXHXHXHX which was given by Miss Louise
Malmsten, and Mrs. E. E. Garner
at the home of the former, on
Thursday, June 16.
H The rooms were prettily decora
ted with syringa and wild roses,
H and a color scheme of pink and
white was used throughout the af
Our entire stock of Ladies Hats go
25 Ladies Dresses to be sold at just
H The shower was a surprise to
on Sale at just one-half price. These
One-Half Price. Friday the 24th,
Miss Gladys Malmsten, who arrived
Come in and choose your dress and
are new spring and summer hats
H after the other guests were as
your choice at One-Half Price.
Hat and pay One-Half Price.
sembled, and she was forced to
hunt for her giftB from cellar to
as the gifts had previously
More of those .heavy, Fancy Bor
dered bath towels at 25c.
Rayon Silk Bed Spreads at $3.75.
H Those present were the honor
guest, Miss Gladys Malmsten, her
Ladies Pure Silk Hose $1.00
Now is the time to have one or two of these
Ruffled Curtain Nets 30c-35c a yd.
mother, Mrs. Elon Malmsten, her
H kettles on hand and can fruit and vegetables— H cousin
from Minnesota, Miss Miller,
Miss Lillian Condit, Miss Lois Malm-
H sten; and Mesdames Wolfe, Geo.
H Extra Special Heavy Aluminum,
H Thompson, Edwin Condit, Altce
H 8 Qt. aize regular $1.50 seller now
Malmsten, Knause, and the hostess,
Louise Malmsten, and Mrs. E.
10 quart Heavy Aluminum,
E. Garner. Many others who had
Mens waist or bib heavy blue denim Overalls Cut full and roomy union
been invited were unable to at
H tend, but responded with gifts.
made, $1.15—Mens Blue or gray Chambry work shirts, no limit 50c ea.
12 quart Heavy Aluminum
Miss Gladys Malmsten will be
H all her friends joined in wishing
14 oz. Red Wrist one piece back canvas gloves 2 pair 25c.
A New shipment of Dainty
Dresses for the Kiddies *
Is still in pro
Ladies Afternoon and Porch
We Specialize in Ladies and
Entire Stock Is
Miller Mercantile Company
Hoffman Hardware Co
LADIES SILK DRESSES
Why Pay More
Extra Large and Heavy Alum'num. A
Life time Kettle years of service
Funnels — Strainers — Tin Covers
ders — etc.
See Hoffman About It H
Geo. A. Nelson, county agent,
who was a Vernonia visitor the
early part of the week, reports
that he noticed a good stand of
alfalfa on the Judson Weed farm
here that is quite encouraging.
Some have contended that alfalfa
will not grow successfully here.
Many Attend Wedding Party
A wedding party for fMr. and
Mrs Joseph Elias was attended by
nearly 350 relatives and friends
in a hall on Knot street, Portland,
Sunday. Mrs Elias is a daughter!
of Mr. and Mrs. A. Corey of Ver
nonia. Many beautiful present« were' f
Boys Athletic Union Suits 50c
- •» ,
Mens Athletic Union Suits 75c and $1.00.
Vernonia’s Leading Store