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About Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1927)
THURSDAY, December 8, 1927
mas shopping in Portland the first daughter, Juanita, of Boise, Ida., tion, domestic science, 'methods in
Appreciation For Aid.
the field secretary. He claims it
of the week.
■ arrived Saturday to visit with Mr. reading, course of study for draw I I wish to thank the members of to be one of the best educational
Mr.. R. Space, Mrs. M. Grun-
Mr. ing, methods in arithmetic.
the Vernonia Volunteer Fire De and most spiritual school in Wash
Grun- and Mrs- Henry
Thursday forenoon: Arithmetic, partment and others whose trying ington. Also, the graduates of the
den, Mrs. Dave Marshall and Mrs. Mossman’s parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Nicar are history of education, physiology, and dangerous work on the morn normal department are sought af
Strong were Portland shoppers last
leaving Sunday for Port Arthur, methods in geography, mechanical ing of the Majestic theatre fire re ter in the Seattle schools and oth
years nr. Luzader, week.
Mrs. M. Gründen, Mrs. M. Space, Texas, where they will visit friends drawing, domestic art, course of I sulted in the saving of much val er places where first grade teach
eyesight specialist, has been
adjacent ers are in demand.
making monthly visits to Vernonia. Mrs. Strong and Mrs. Marshall
There will be prayer meeting
His next will be Feb. 6 and 7,
J. H. BUSH. Thursday night at the east side
geography, stenography, American
office at Kullander's.
Mrs. Harry Wilson returned Mon- literature,
schoolhouse. Sunday school at 2:30
You will be amazed at the speed
MRS AMANDA COLLINS
Fred Van Blaricom is visiting and beauty of the new Ford car. day from Portland, where she has methods in language, thesis for pri- There is no death! What seems so p.m. Sunday. We desire the co
operation of neighbors and friends
relatives in Vernonia.
| On exhibition at Crawford’s Fri been with her husband who was mary certificate.
operated on over a week ago for
in these services. All will be wel
L. R. Gillchrest left Saturday for day, December 16.—adv.
Friday forenoon: Theory an 1 This iife of nisrtal breath
appendicitis. She states that he is practice,
Salt Lake City, Utah, on business.
Mrs. J. H. Bush was operated on
(spelling), js hut a suburb of the life elysian,
Mrs. E. A. Green and daughter Monday at the Good Samaritan hos improving very rapidly.
physical geography, English litera- whose portals we call death.
Salesmen Have Contest
Mrs. Mae Ellis, Mrs. J. C. Lin- ture, chemistry.
were in Portland Saturday.
The salesmen in the more than
1 pital. She is getting along at pres coin and Tom Brown were in Port-
Mrs. Amanda Collins died at the
Dr. and Mrs. Geo. Pasto were . vuv
can be expected.
Friday afternoon: School law,
4,000 Oakland-Pontiac dealer or
Mr. and Mrs. C. . J. Nance had as land Sunday to see John Erickson geology, algebra, civil government, home of her daughter, Mrs. Jennie ganizations throughout the United
Portland visitors last Monday.
at the Emanuel hospital. Mr. Erick
Be sure to attend the demonstra- their
1- o__ for
States have started on a “big game
’,20 at the age of 81 years, after hunt” in which the “game” is rep
tion at Crawford’s show room on' Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Nance and son was injured recently when
an illness of several weeks. Every
De: ember 16.—adv.
two-weeks-old son, Jackie Eugene.
the Cherry Tree apartments.
Saturday afternoon: General his- thing that loving hands could do resented by valuable prizes rep
Mrs. Judd Greenman has been
Birdie Heltzel of Banks was here
resenting a total value of many
at tory, bookkeeping.
was done to relieve her suffering.
confined in her home with a severe Saturday visiting with friends. He
thousands of dollars. The hunt,
cold the past few days.
will stay here if he can find em
which ends oh Christmas eve, is
Miss Flossie Perce is able to be ployment.
County School Superintendent. months, but she endeared herself being conducted
on a “point”
to all who knew her.
back on her duties at high school
Mrs. Henry Hall of Tacoma, Wn.
basis, each car sale represents a
She leaves to mourn her death, certain ndmber of points. Besides
is here visiting with her daughter, cember 13, at 2:30 p.m. Al! those
aft -r a severe spell of the flu.
one daughter, two sisters, three I the “hunt” of the individual sales
Mrs. Holly Holcomb and Mrs. Mrs. Newton Trussler, for a week interested are asked to notice the
change and be on time.
grandchildren, and five great grand- man, dealers are aligned against
Chris Nicar were Portland visitors or 10 days.
Mr. and Mis. A. B. Malmsten of
Mr. and Mrs. Judd Greenman and
FOR SALE—Two furnished houses 1 children. The remains were taken dealers, cities against cities
Mrs. Roy Space and daughter Mrs. Hale, Mrs. Greenman’s mo Seaside were week end visitors at
and a lot. Pretty home or a good to Portland- wheI'e funeral services the 22 district offices are compet
Lorraine were in Portland Satur- ther, were Portland shoppers Wed-i
investment. Sacrifice for quick sale. were Held at the chapel of Miller ing against each other. Also the
ah A. Spencer.
Address Route 7, box 543, Portland, & Tracey. Interment was in Rose entire sales organizations of the
nesday of last week.
173 City cemetery.—Contributed.
Lfcid Sesscman visited at the
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robinson of
two halves of the United States
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. McNutt Forest Grove were Vernonia visit- | Notice is herebv given that ‘he
CMimro nr CHRIST
are onnnsed in an
. t Gro.e Sunday.
| ors over the weex end. Mr. Robin- | county superintendent of Columbia 3 ACRE FARM 15 acres gleared
rivalry leb by E. M. Lubeck, wes
Mrs. Geo. Pasto expects to leave son attended the Chamber of Com- county, Oregon, will hold the reg-
orchard, garden, 7 room house,1 Bible school, “Isiah Counsels tern sales manager, and W. B.
toda” for Vancouver, Wash., for! merce luncheon and road meeting ular examination of ^applicants for chicken house, balance mostly oak, Rulers ”
Isa. 7th chapter. Bring Sawyer, eastern sales manager, one
| Mr and Mrs. A. F. Stankey of 1 state certificates at St. Helens,
.rt visit with her aunt.
as s ■ some fir, will give terms. C. W. your children to Bible school, you : of whom nt the conclusion of the
Born: To Mr. and Mrs. M A. Albany wee here on business last follows. Commencing V ednesday, - Wardle,
________ , Oregon.
___186* will profit by it.
j “hunt” will eat a bear dinner at
______ . Vernonia,
Shephard, November 23, a boy. week and visiting with Mr. Stan- December 21. 1927, at 9 o’clock a. I..................................................................... | 11 a.m., communion and morn-, the expense of the other. The
He his been named Richard Melvin, key’s son, G. H. Stankey and fam- m. i and ' continuing
Saturday,■ PIANO near town, beautiful instru- ing worship, “The Lord’s Day.”
; winning district office will receive
H—dloy of Portland is here I >1 •
December 24, 1927, at 4 o’clock
ment, bargain for quick sale. If
6:30 p.m., Christian Endeavor, a handsomely mounted deer head
with her sister, Mrs. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Tyrone jcave Mr. p.m.
I interested write A. Ward, Factory “Good Mottos For Christian Liv- from W. R. Tracy, vice-president
Mrs, _ _____
Chris Nicar a farewell
Wednesday forenoon: U. S. his-’ piano Adjustor, 521 Knott Street, ing.”
i in charge of sales.
o.ord Motor company Is the party last Saturday. Dancing was tory, writing (penmanship), mus.c,' p
7:30 p.m., evening Evangelistic
, Douglas county shipped $50.000
o learn about rhe new Ford the entertainment of the evening.
1..................................................................... 1 service, “The Sin of Neglect. >» ’
I worth of Thanksgiving turkeys,
>n Friday, December 16.—adv. P.efreshments were served.
Wednesday afternoon: Physiology,1 ------
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one-fourth the 1927 crop.
Connie Anderson was Christ-
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mossman and reading, manual training, compori-
property valued $9000, good in-' study. 20th chapter of Acts. Choir
| Hunters reported as killing 548
come, small payment down, balance practice.
animals in Oregon dur-
I like rent. Or trade for Portland
Saturday, December 10, bazaar in P1' ' n " i
property. Write 309 Clay St., Port building next to post office. Lunch
j Gold Hill — Beaver Portland
184 will be sold at noon and evening,
n* ^i’1 ol-lvic ^0 CRTS of <,OTH-
FOR SALE—$165 Victrola, practi- All kinds of attractive needlework
cally new, with 12 records, for aad f-rtV cooked foods ™
for sale. I Netel Grange
$50. Write Box 432, Vernonia or hV the Ladies Aid of the Christian
‘. ¡increased from 75 to 195 members
inquire at Riverview grocery. 174* church, Mrs. McDonald, president. I this
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
Cascade Locks — Permit asked
\LE—40 acres of logged Geo. G. Edwards, Pastor in charge, for 21 000 horsepower power pro
off land ’,1-mile from city lim-
Rev. H. E. Kreider held some ’ ject on Mount Hood national for-
$500, small payment down. very profitable meetings in the est for wood pulp manufacture.
' he old time carriage could never have stood the mile a minute speed of
cl^ schoolhouse last week. He also in-
Plans available for $1,350,000
terested a number in the Seattle Veterans bureau hospital at Port-
e modern automobile. It lacked the protection and shocks and bolts.
Pacific college, of which
FOR SALE—G. A. Kelty 84 acre
The Warwick movement, however, is reinforc
south of Clatskanie, Oregon. Own
ed against the swing and sway of daily use—
er wants to go east to caie for
reinforced by patented protective featun ■es we
aged mother. For terms call
to show you.
farm or address above.
Up to the minute
“*■ ¿WARWICK |
Right to the minute
A. L. Rutland er
Expert Watchmaker and Jeweler
That Make Good Gifts
So many folks forget to consider a hard
ware store wnen
when making up their list. As
a matter of fact we have a big
ig lot of items
that prove specially acceptable, since they
combine usefulness with their other qual
Come Shopping and See for Yourself
Come Shopping* and See
40 ACRES—1A4 miles from Ver
nonia on Stony Point road, for
Fruit and walnut trees on
place. On main graveled road. Jas.
FOR RENT—4-room house (fur
nished), garage, nice yard, on
pavement in Riverview. Cheap. In
quire of C. N. Rundell.
Ladies Coats, rcguU.r price $65.00 now $45.00
Ladies’ Coats, regular price $35.00 now $23.50
Ladies’ Coats, regular price $25.00 now $15.00
LOANS—The Washington County
NFLA of Hillsboro, Oregon has
extended their charter to make
loans through the Federal
bank of Spokane to farmers
Columbia county. Interest on loans
in the federal land bank are at
a 5 % % rate. Anyone wishing fur-1
ther information write, A. R. Eng
land at Hillsboro, Oregon.
LOST—Tan purse. Lost between
railroad track and Lincoln school.!
It contained some cards and one
dollar. Finder please leave at Eagle
office and receive reward.
Ladies Coats, regular price $28.50 now $18.50
Ladies’ Coats, regular price $40.00 now $28.75
All Children’s Coats Reduced
All Raincoats are now marked down to real
for Ladies’ and
Shop here for gifts when
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Our collection of items suitable for gift giving is
so very complete that no matter what gift you wish
to give, you will find an article here that will ans
wer your purpose exactly.
Pen and Pencil Sets
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