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About Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1927)
i?“' »»For 5 years Dr. Luzader,
X®*?—eyesight specialist, has been
making monthly visits to Vernonia.
His next will be Dec. 5 and 6,
office at Kullander’s. Have your
Ceo. King of Keasey was in
Portland on business Wednesday.
J. P. McDonald was in Portland
Friday and Saturday on business.
Tom Allen was in Portland on
Percy Hewes went to Portland
Monday for medical attention.
Ted Mossman spent Friday and
Saturday in Portland on business.
For Holiday Festive
NOW ON SALE
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pland spent Tuesday in Portland
Mrs. A. J. Black returned Sun
day from the Portland sanitarium
very much improved from her re
Mrs. E. R. Treharne, who has
been ill wjth diphtheria, is reported
to be convalescing now and will
soon be out of quarantine.
Every few weeks there is an
editorial in this paper about boost
ing your home town and home pro-
ducts. Do you read such editorials
and do you take them to heart?
There is much wisdom in wbat they
say—read them and be guided right.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Reithner
spent Thanksgiving week end in
Portland visiting their son Ralph,
who is attending business college
Delicious ’holiday fruit cake is
now on hand at the Vernonia Bak
ery. When you ordinarily have this
delicacy but once a year why con
fine the eating of it to just the
| holidays proper. It is good and get
ting better every day. Buy it now
while you can. Vernonia Bakery.
Dr. Luzader, eyesight specialist,
at Kullander’s next Monday and
Tuesday, Dec. 5 and 6. .Have your
C. F. Hieb'”- sttend»d th» °n
nual banquet of the Miller Mer
cantile company in Portland Mon
day night. It was held at the Ben
More and more people are learn-
I ing to say “Mother’s” when order
ing bread. It is so easy to remem-
- her and the name is suggestive of
the good bread that mother used
| to make. And we say, “used to
| make,” because it is a fact that
many mothers have given up bak-
I ing bread at home because they
i can now, without effort, get as
fine a loaf of bread from the bake- I
shop as was once baked at home
. and Mother’s bread is just that.
1 Vernonia Bakery.—adv.
Mrs. F. R. Hyland was the rc-
cipient of a beautifully decorated
large, white angel food cake on
I Thanksgiving day, baked by Mrs.
The Christian Endeavor meeting
I at the Evangelical church was well
attended last Sunday Evening Mr.
Smith led the group in an interest
ing discussion about talents and
abilities. Next Sunday evening Ken-
ncth Martin will lend the meeting,
Sopg service begins promptly at
7:00 p.m. and all are welcome to
C. R. Berry and Percy Hewes
spent Thanksgiving in Portland.
“The Dark Secret” is coming
this month. Watch for it.—adv.
Ovila Daoust of St. Helens and
his niece, Miss Eileen Moore, of
Portland visited with friends in
Vernonia Friday and Saturday.
D. B. Reasoner spent Thanks
giving day with his daughter Mrs.
Fred Beach of North Plains. He
returned Friday noon.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Moe and
baby spent Thanksgiving week end
in Hood River visiting their parents
and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hornbeck
left Monday evening for Portland,
where they will stay for a few
days looking for a new location.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gillchrest,
Mrs. C. S. Hoffman, and Wm. As-
We are the only agent in Vernonia
for the Twiltex Dressmakers. Dresses
priced so reasonably that every wo
man can afford one.
Buy at home since it is both inex
pensive and convenient. You will be
well pleased with our display of the
newest of new styles.
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Hoff man Hardware Co
FOR SALE—Two furnished houses
and a lot. Pretty home or a good
investment. Sacrifice for quick sale.
Address Route 7, box 543, Portland,
FOR SALE—$165 Victrola, practi
cally new, with 12 records, for
$50. Write Box 432, Vernonia or
inquire at Riverview grocery. 174*
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FOR SALE—Good Jersey and
Guernsey cow, 5 years old, will
be fresh on December 28. $100.00 I
Mrs. C. W. Erven, Corey edition,
FOR SALE—Team, wagon and
harness. Weight of team, about
1200 each. Also a three-fourths ton
truck for sale. J. M. Clark. 171*
FOR SALE—40 acres of logged
off land V> -mile from city lim-
its, $500, small payment. down.
See Judge D. B. Reasoner, city
FOR SALE—G. A. Kelty 84 acre
farm with implements. One mile
south of Clatskanie, Oregon. Own
er wants to go east to care for
aged mother. For terms call at‘
farm or address above.
Roller Bearings—Steel Wheels
Large size rubber tires over 3-4
inch diameter Never before at
Such a Price
40 ACRES—1 bi miles from Ver
nonia on Stony Point road, for
sale. Fruit and walnut trees on
place. On main graveled road. Ja
FOR RENT—4-room house (fur
nished), garage, nice yard, on
pavement in Riverview. Cheap. In
quire of C. N. Rundell.
We have only a few We made
a pick up at a low price and
will pass the saving to
Santa Clause. Buv Now!
See Hoffman About It
Thursday, December 1, 1927.
LOANS—The Washington County
NFLA of Hillsboro, Oregon has
extended their charter to make
loans through the Federal land
bank of Spokane to farmers in
Columbia county. Interest on loans
in the federal land bank are at
rate. Anyone wishing fur
ther information write, A. R. Eng
land at Hillsboro. Oregon.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK or nurs
ing wanted. Mrs. Anna Schultz,
over Brown’s Furniture store. 1
LOST—Red fox fur. Tuesday
last week. in Vernonia. Finder
please notify Mrs. W. O. Portor-
field, phone 253.
When you buy products from
the Vernonia Bakery you can be
(G. W. Plumer, Pastor)
assured that you are getting the
highest quality. If quality was not
The Sunday school hour is 9:45
our watchword why would we be I a.m. The pastor will try to answer
paying from 45 to 50c per dozen two questions next Sunday: 11 a.
for fresh eggs when we could buy
, “Is it Right to Urge Children
other eggs at 35c per dozen or I
be Converted?” and at 8 p.m.
less but of doubtful quality? Why' s it Right to Look on the Sun-
do we put two fresh eggs in each1 ’ Side of Life?”
Pumpkin pie when we possibly [
The Christian Endeavor meets at
could get by with one? Why do v.c
use pure lard at a high price when 7 p.m. The Women’s Missionary
we could use a good shortening at society meets Wednesday, Decem-
a lesser price? There is only one bei- 7, at the church at 2 p.m., an
reason why we are paying high nual election of officers. Every
prices for quality ingredients with member is asked to be present.
out getting more for our goods
and that is because we will put out
the highest quality goods regard-
less of their cost. Know your mer-
The Vernonia Volunteer fire ■ de-
chandise and buy Vernonia Bakery partpient wishes to thank the mer-
products—you can’t go wrong, adv. chants and people of Vernonia for
, their cooperation in making the ■
CHURCH OF CHRIST
firemen’s dance on
Sunday, December 4. Bible school
10:00 “Isaiah teachers Right Liv-
ing” Isa. 3 to 5: 30. Communion
11:00 sermon “The Lord’s Supper.”
Christian Endeavor 6:30 “What
is prayer?” John Wardle, leader.
Evening service 7:30. Evangelistic.
Bible study Thursday 7:15. Choir
Thursday 8:15. Bazaar will be held
Teddy W. Leavitt, pastor.
night a success. We especially wish
to thank the American Legion for
the use of the hall, also the Maj
estic (theatre and others who so
ably helped us.
Sunday school each Sunday at
2:30 p.m. Week nights metings will
be held in the school house every
Thursday and Friday. Rev. Harry
Kreider, financial agent of the
Seattle Pacific, College, is helping
in a week’s meeting in the school
house which began Monday.
Geo. H. Edwards, preacher in
Richfield Oil Co. spending $3,-
000,000 for plant development in
$1,350,000 U. S. Veterans hos-
pital at Portland will be centei; of
Breakfast was a real meal hack In
grandmo her’» day. A morning notir
was actually set aside for the bre;...
fast meal. But look at it now! Some
of us don’t seem to appreciate It 3 im
portance, these modern days.
Tell us what the family had for
breakfast during the past mor.tli ar..i
we’ll tell you whether the fair a y 1-
a happy one. There is nothing Ilk.
the cheering spirit of a good, war:’
Why. getting good breakfasts is r
very important function of the kitchen
"work-shop.” A hot breakfast tastll.
served- nd every rr’mt •• of th"
ily is equipped to enjoy doing a g.m-.
Breakfasts are easier, too, this
ilavs. Ingenious minds have prov .1
us with etfectric toas’ers, elec r:
waffle irons, even electric egg cooki rs
ind prepared cereals. All these devices
are handy and wonderful it used con
servatively. Surely the inventors in
tended that more time could be spent
in enjoying breakfast it less time was
Erent in the mechanics of prepara
Even breakfasts should be secretl’
planned several days In advance Her«
Is a sample ideal family breakfast:
Grapefruit, breakfast appetizer.
Cereal, hot cooked.
Eggs. Scrambled or soft cooked.
Hot ‘.scuits or toast and jam.
Coffee ffor adulis).
In thirty-five minutes, no longer
ill is ready! While the salted water
is heating for the cereal, start the
coffee, prepare the grapefruit and set
lhe table. And let’s have the break
fast table in a light cheery spot with
a bowl of flowers or fruit in the cen
Next, finish preparing the cereal.
Finely granulated cereals and partial
ly cooked flakes, wheat or oats will be
well cooked in twenty-five to thirty
minutes. Start the oven heating for
.‘ho biscuits, make them quickly, the
tulcker the better! While the biscuits
He baking prepare tile eggs.
That’s all—a good hot cereal break
fast—fruit first, hot bread or toast
and jam tor dessert and a hot bever-
ige, is just Ideal.
If you would like a guide—called
■’ive E-sestlala for Good Breakfasts
—that will help you to keep varla-
ions In the breakfast meal, drop me a
Ine and I’ll be glad to mail you one
Martha Meade, Home Service Bu-
•eati. Sperry Flour Co., San Francisco.
Gifts that Men
Men like the handiness and the efficiency of a
Flashlight; peihaps that is one reason they appre
ciate finding one in their gift list Christmas morn
ing. We have styles and shapes for every purpose.
Now on Display
The One Place Where You Can Buy Quality
Big Reductions in Rain Coats
Also Ladies and Childrens Dress Coats
When we reduce our price it means that you
can buy real quality merchandise at a price.
for Ladies’ and
Around the Corner
A glance at the Calendar should be incentive enough to get you busy on
your Christmas shopping.
And you will find a fascinating array of unusually lovely gifts at my store.
T’would be a pity not to come now while our stocks are most complete.
Choose now from my large and varied stock of valuable gems
Silverware. Clocks, Fountain Pens and
Let a specialist serve you
A. L. Killlander
Expert Watchmaker and Jeweler