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About Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 15, 1927)
Thursday, December 15, 1927.
N. Perdew spent Monday in Port- the teachers in charge, because of
illness in the schools and the prev
.and on business.
alence of smallpox at this time.
Miss Nina Little, county nurse, ^B>:»xlor 5 years Dr. Luzader,
was in Vernonia on business Wed ■¿SpS-evesight specialist, has been
nesday and Thursday of last week. making monthly visits to Vernonia.
Mrs. Judd Greenman spent Fri-1 See the new Ford at the Craw His next will be Feb. 6 and 7,
day and Saturday in Portland.
ford Motor Co. from 8 a.m. to office at Kullander’s. Have your
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hanson are 1 p.m. Saturday, t>ec. 17.—adv.
Mr. and Mrs. Rogers visited with
Born: To Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
spending this week in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ramer Mon Bergstrom, a girl, on November
Born: To Mr. and Mrs. C. S, day evening.
29. She has been named Dolores
Caton, a girl, on November 28.
C. W. Reithner was in Portland Genevieve.
She has been named Mary Patricia.
on business Tuesday and Wednes-
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Mecklem of
Mrs. Fred Brewer spent the day.
(Portland spent Sunday visiting in
week end in Portland visiting with
Geo. Mecklem of Wilark spent Vernonia with friends and rela-
the week end with his daughter, tives.
| You will be amazed at the at-
Mrs. F. McBarron of Portland Mrs. H. J. Buffmire.
spent Friday of last week with
pian- tractiveness of the new Ford. — On
this Friday, has been post- disPlay at the Crawford Motor Co.
Mrs. C. Nicar.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Martin and poned to January 20, according to showroom Saturday, adv.
| Be sure and place your order
early for mince or pumpkin pie for
Christmas dinner. The Vernonia
bakery has them and they are good.
The Vernonia bakery will have
dry bread for stuffing that bird
which will grace the Christmas ta
Different sized boxes of special
ly wrapped Christmas cigars, in
sizes of 10, 25 and 50 to the box,
make an appropriate Christmas
gift. O. K. Card Room.- —adv.
Why. not solve your Christmas
gift problem by giving fruit cake.
It is a gift that is most suitable
and desirable; it is easily packed
and the expense is small. Let your
FOR SALE—Four good work horses
for sale, cheap. Inquire of W.
FOR SALE—Two furnished houses
and a lot. Pretty home or a good
investment. Sacrifice for quick sale.
Address Route 7, box 543, Portland,
A complete display of gifts for Christmas
giving is now ready. Early shoppers will
enjoy the privilege of complete assort
ments, and overcome the inconvenience
of last minute, rush selections.
FOR SALE—Six weeks old pigs.
Earl Snider, phone 7F52 191*
FOR SALE—Turkeys, 8 to 10
pounds, alive. Good for Christmas
dinner. Delivered to your door,
35c per pound. Mrs. Earl Snider,
I 3 ACRE FARM 15 acres cleared
orchard, garden, 7 room house,
, chicken house, balance mostly oak,
j sortie fir, will give terms. C. W.
Wardle, Vernonia, Oregon.
PIANO near town, beautiful instru-
1 ment, bargain for quick sale. If
interested write A. Ward, Factory
i Piano Adjustor, 521 Knott Street,
Hoffman Hardware Company
If you could see the admiring glances that the boys bestow daily upon the
H toys in our windows, you would realize that it is unnecessary for you to
3 search further for gifts that will please them.
Latest patterns in Dishes, 32- piece set f<y only.............................
X A very pretty set. Best value ever offered at this price.
42-piece set of Genuine China. A beautiful gift—somethingdj 1 /J AA
X that can be used the year around.
X Boys’ SCOOTERS
3 Large size WAGONS
%. ' cy Trains, Games, Tool Boxes, Pianos, etc., each
Full line of /Electric Waffle Irone, Percolators,
Toasters, Irons, etc.
“SEE HOFFMAN ABOUT IT”
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Business
property valued $9000, good in
come, small payment down, balance
like rent. Or trade for Portland
property. Write 309 Clay St., Port
FOR SALE—$165 Victrola," practi
cally new, with 12 records, for
$50. Write Box 432, Vernonia or
inquire at Riverview grocery. 174*
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 M’ eve.
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.
Last minute styles in
Hosiery and Silk Dresses.
Vernonia lodge Tuesday, December'our supply will be limited. We
20. .This is said to be the first have either the light or dark vari-
time that a state officer will have' ety and for the same cake you
visited the local lodge, Refresh-'pay 90c per pound in the city,
j while our price is 60c per pound.
ments will be served.
If in doubt about his Christmas 1 At this price you can’t afford to
gift, we suggest your choice of ci make it at home. Vernonia bakery.
gars from our special Christmas —adv.
supply. Especially wrapped for the 1 The Parent-Teacher association
occasion, and of different sizes. O will hold no further meetings un-
K. Card Room.—adv.
I til further notice, it has been an-
Christmas is close at hand. We nounced. This action has been tak-
suggest that you order your fruit en because of the danger of the
cake early as we do not want to spread of itnallpox in the com-
carry over into the new year and munity at this time.
FOR SALE—40 acres of logged
off land 14 -mile from city lim-
its, $500, small payment down.
See Judge D. B. Reasoner,
The selection of Gifts for Christmas
is only too often left to chance, es
pecially so far as quality is concern
In the choice of gifts which we
present to Gift buyers, quality has
been our guide.
So you may shop here with assur
ance that whatever you mav buy, it
will bear the stamp of quality.
for Ladies’ and
gift be fruit cake and the Verno-
nia^ bakery can supply you with
just what you
. - want.
An appropriate Christmas gift
for a man is a box of cigars, We
have them, specially wrapped for
Christmas, in different sizes. O. K.
Speed and beauty are combined
in the new Ford. On display at
the Crawford Motor Co. showroom
Saturday, December 17.—adv.
Emil Peterson of Astoria, grand
warden of the I. O. O. F. lodge
will make an official visit to the
Give Christmas Gifts That Last
Our stock is now very complete with a full line of Watches, Diamonds,
Silverware and Jewelry of the best quality and makes. Following we offer
a few suggestions:
Belt Buckle Set
Fountain Pen Set
A. L. Kullan der
Expert Watchmaker and Jeweler