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About Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1927)
a part of the noon uay meal of
every school boy and girl, For
those who do not eat at home
during inid-day, include a pint bot-
tie of pasteurized milk in their
lunch. Nehalem Valley creamery.
and Mrs. W. W. Wolf were
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Portland shopping Saturday.
Teddy W. Leavitt and family '
Mrs. Geo. Ilrorbaugh is ill at went to Portland Monday to in
her home in Riverview.
spect the church pews soon to be |
M. E. Carkin has been ill the installed in the Church of Christ.
They stopped over night with rel- !
past week with a severe cold.
Our Pumpkin pie is good and atives in Newberg.
our customers say that it is so
The Parent - Teacher association .
must be so. Vernonia Bakery, adv. will meet October 3 in the Wash
Wayne Lappe and daughter Fran ington school at 7:30 p.m. Miss
ces spent the week end visiting Hickman, local delegate, will make !
a report on the ’national convention I
Mr. and Mrs Roy Lewis of Long held at Oakland, Calif., recently.
view, Wash., spent the week end
The county court has had new !
M at the V. L. Powell home.
boards placed on the footwalk on ,
Whether you personally buy the bridge across Rock creek, the
your bread from your grocer or old boards having worn quite thin
order it over the phone insist that in places.
he send you Mother’s Bread.—adv.
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Powers, Mr.
Mother’s bread in the sandwich
loaf size is ideal for sandwiches and Mrs. Jack Powers, Mr. and
Mrs. Ross Roberts and son Verne,
and by many is used for every
purpose as it is just as nice on accompanied by Mrs. John Roberts
the table as in the lunch bucket, ad. and daughter Macile, arrived in
H Failure of the orchestra to ar motored
from southern Idaho. Mrs.
rive disappointed many who ex-
John Roberts and daughter will
pected to attend the American Le
make their home here for some
dance last Saturday night.
time. The rest of the party left
The most easily digested of all
morning for Pendleton.
H l facds, milk is especially recommen- Sunday
Among those who were in Port
I Jed for the noon lunch for active land Tuesday to attend the meet
H I oys and girls. Nehalem Valley ing of the state highway commis
sion in the interest of the Clatsop
An error was made in last week’s
H | issue in a local reader by Donald beach highway were Lester Shee-
Pringle, Guy Mills, H. E.
X I Pringle advertising the Oregon i ley, G Wm.
1 turner, Swl
ri | Journal. The price should have Smith, .... Emil .. Messing,
C. F. Hieber,
I been 65 cents a month.
M. Murray and Mike Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Cates were call
W hen you were a kid don’t you
ed to Portland September 20 to
remember how you looked forward
| the bedside of a son Wm. Cates to a bite to eat when you got home
H who is ill with pneumonia follow from school. You were always hun
ing an operation for appendicitis.
gry and the “bite to eat” usually-
If you are expecting guests
consisted of a thick slice of bread
the week end, do not be em
spread with jam or jelly or the
barrassed by the lack of milk, but
Don’t deny your child this
H order the necssary extra Quarts of ; like.
4 o’clock meal. Nutritional experts
Nehalem Valley creamery. It is and doctors recommend it as it
provides the additional nourishment
Our customers tell us that our which tha child needs. Mother’s
Angel Food cakes are beyond ques- ! bread is a favorite with the children
H tion the finest they have ever I (not
to mention grown-ups) so
iS eaten. If you are skeptical there give them
what they want—Moth
H is one way to satisfy yourself, try er’s bread and plenty ot it.—adv.
■ I sure that you will agree with the
CHURCH OF CHRIST
rest. Vernonia Bakery.—adv.
X The Girl Reserve class of the Bible school 10 a.m., “Elijah on
Church of Christ conducted a can Mount Carmel,” I Kings 18. Com
| dy sale Saturday and were able munion 11 a.m. Sermon, “Temp
give $10 Sunday morning toward tation and the Christian Life.”
payment of the new church pews. Christian Endeavor 6:30 p.m., ‘How
I Milk, the health food, should be We Can Make Our Society More I
Evening worship at
7:30, ”0h Savior of the World.”
Bible study and prayer meeting
Thursday 7:30 p.m. Choir rehear
sal Friday 7:30 p.m. C. S. social
at Reese home Friday 7:30 p.m.
Ladies Aid Wednesday, October 5,
at church parlors. Mrs. Robin and
Mrs. Sunell hostesses. Every lady
is asked to bring an apron, or ma
terial for one.
Teddy W. Leavitt, Pastor,
Suzanne, small daughter of Mr.1 Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Powell and
and Mrs. M. Murray, suffered u! Mr and Mrs. Mac Thornton of
broken arm during a fall, while Portland spent Sunday visiting Mr.
I and Mrs. V. L. Powell and family?
Now is the time to buy I
Hoffman Haidware Co.
TEA AND FRUIT STRAINERS
With winter close upon us, it is time to
whether the home has ample provisions
th during the cold month. Buy a GOOD
and you will buy FEWER HEATERS in
Ail Cast Heaters, 21-inch — — — — — $24.00
All Cast Heaters, 24-inch —-------------- — $28.00
- - »
Air Tight Heaters, priced at-------- $2.65 to $4.-
6-inch Stove Pipe, per joint
6-inch Elbows, each------------
% Joints, 6-inch Pipe--------
Does Your Watch
Or does it leave the exact
time to your imagination?
A bit of repairing may be
all that is needed to make
it a timepiece in which you
will take pride.
Usual values 15c to 25c
See Hoffman About It
The Peoples Store, Vernona, formerly owned by R. A. Murray, has been
sold to M. Murray & Company. A complete new stock of groceries and dry
goods has been purchased, and the very best quality of both will be offer
ed to our many Vernonia and Nehalem Valley patrons.
WILL OPEN NEW
TO NEW STORE
For the purpose of tak
ing inventory and ar
ranging the new goods
this store will be clos
ed all day Thursday.
A department to be de
voted exclusively t o
Ladies Furnishings will
Fred Tousley in charge
For the convenience of
our patrons, M. Murray
& Co. will have two
entrances, the new one
being on the street
leading to the postof
New styles in Ladies Dresses
ib’SF’». BE not deceived. Dr. Lu-
ader Eyesight specialist, has
been coming to Vernonia monthly
for more than five years taking
care of the eye needs of the pub
lie. His office is at Kullc.nder’s
Jewelry Store and he is here the
first Monday and Tuesday to 12
noon each month, His next visit
will be October 3 and 4.
“Have Your Eyes Examined' I”
FOR SALE—Iris ten colors, 10c
each or $1. per dozen. Also
a good variety of Peory roots, per-
renials, Reasonable prices. Mrs. W.
J. Gooding. Call in the forenoon.
FOR SALE Barred Rock Pullets,
at $15.00 a dozen. C. R. Watts.
$6.75, $10.75, $17.75, and $24.75
FOR RENT—One 4-room furnished
house, close in. Phone 323, E.
We will also show in the new department a complete and up-to-date as
sortment of LADIES’ COATS, SILK NIGHTGOWNS, SILK UNDERWEAR
and many other articles too numerous to mention.
Store Opens Friday Morning
Although it was originally our plan to move the store to Seaside, where
space had been rented, that plan is now discarded. We have signed a new
lease here which materially reduces our overhead, a saving which we prom
ise will be passed on to our patrons.
FOR SALE—-Good baby buggy
Reasonable. 876 Rose Ave. 91*
PIANO for sale—■Fine used piano
near here. If interested write
L. T. Davis, 760 Ainsworth Ave.,
I 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
M. MURRAY & COMPANY
"We Fully Guarantee the Quality of Workmanship and Material
Watches, including Swiss Watches, and all Kinds
of Jewelry Repairing
Our Watch Repairing is done by a man that has
put in 20 years at the bench.
All Work is Guaranteed
A. L. KULLANDER
Expert Watchmaker and Jeweler.
Sixty eight were on the racks yesterday morning.
That did not include anything from the childrens
Shipments are arriving almost every day at this
time. They are naturally going out almost as fast
as they are coming in and when the chill begins
in earnest they will move faster than ever.
WOOL DRESS GOODS
A new shipment of
Needle and Stamp Goods
WANTED — Light truck or good
car or good team hofses or gro-
ceries or furniture for part pay-1
■ ment on good home on Rose ave. i
I House No. 956 or inquire at Eagle
for Ladies' and