Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, December 22, 1927, Page 6, Image 6

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    VERNONIA EAGLE
Thursday, December 15, 1927,
Mrs. Lottie Handley, spent Sunday chance to order
fruit cake and ;pend Christmas holidays with her 'England-opposed the observance of i years the Jamestown settlers were
in Portland.
pies for your Christmas dinner, sister, Mrs. Dave Marshall.
She' Christmas, and on December 24,, j to become noted for their hospi-
decreed that'tality at Christmas time.
Lawrence Dickson is employed Don’t be cne of the disappointed also is helping at Reithner’s dur- 1652, parliament
­ ing the Christmas rush.
now, today.
today. Ver
Ver-
'there
should be
be no
there should
no observance
observance of of The
at the Vernonia Drug store dur­ ones— order yours now,
The Puritans
Puritans arrived
arrived at
at Plymouth
Plymouth
nonia Bakery.—adv.
ing the Christmas rush.
G. O. Muhle of Marshfield, head the occasion, It was only gradu- in December, 1620. According to
A. Corey was in Portland Mon­
Mr. and Mrs. Judd Greenman ¿jsEf^For 5 years Dr. Luzader, auditor, and Chas. E. Wells of »Uy that observance came back the Journal of William Bradford,
day on business.
superinten-' into repute.
“ye 25 day (Dec.) they begane to
were in Portland the early part
eyesight specialist, has been Hillsboro, comemrcial
Call at the Vernonia Bakery for of the week.
Martin Luther has been given erecte ye first house for comone
making monthly visits to Vernonia. dent, of the Oregon Telephone
stale bread suitable for dressing.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hartwick His next will be Feb. 6 and 7, company, were in Vernonia Tues- credit for introducing the Christ- use to receive them and their
—adv.
and E. S. Thompson were in Port- office at Kullander’s. Have your • ay looking over the new telephone mas tree into Germany. Doubtless ; goods.” Thus, although the Puritan
building.
' he did much to popularize it, but '■ leader avoids the word Christmas, it
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. McGraw and land on business Monday and Tues- eyes examined.—adv.
j the Christmas tree is believed to appears that home-building in the
day.
children were in Portland Tuesday
Smith,
Prof.
Mr.
and
Mrs.
E.
L.
, The good will of our patrons have had its origin in mythological colony began on that day. The
Mrs. R. I. La Rocque of Port­
on business.
land spent the week end in Ver­ J. B. Wilkerson and Mrs. J. W. and friends, both old and new, is times. In Germany, St. Nicholas 1 Puritans seem to have had a happy
E. W. Holtham
un ^pent Sunday nonia visiting with relatives and | Brown went to Portland last Sat- one of our _
most
valuable assets, has ___
set agart in his honor, Decem- Christmas dinner on board the May­
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and Monday in Poruand on busi- friends.
I urday to attend the funeral of The spirit of the season brings to I ber 6. St. Nicholas, Bishop of flower, though that was the last
I
ness.
E.
Brown.
I
Lester
Us renewed appreciation of old as- Myra, who died about 343 A.D., for many a year, as any obser­
Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Junji
One hundred pound size flour Funjiwara, December 5, a girl. | Mrs. M. R. Reynolds of Spokane, 'ociations and of the value of new was noted for anonymous charities, vance of the day was frowned up­
sacks for sale at the Vernonia Bak- The Japanese lass has been named 1 Wash., arrived Saturday and is friendships. That your Christmas It was once the custom in Ger- on. Little by little, Christmas as a
I Hanaye.
| going to spend the holidays with may be happy and success attend many for a man to personate St. holiday was brought into favor, but
R. your New Year is our most cordial Nicholas on St. Nicholas Eve, and it was as late as 1856,
- —
oo, wnue
while Na
iva-. ­
Gordon and his sister,
positively your last her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
i Laramore.
I to inquire how the children had thaniel P. Banks was Governor,
wish. Vernonia Bakery, adv.
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that'
I behaved during the year, who were the day was made a legal holiday
Alton Elliout and Wm. Heath
recently moved from the Vernon-
Among the college students that 1 deserving of presents, and who in Massachusetts.
ia hotel to the Cherry Tree ap- arrived the latter part of last week I merited a touch of the birch rods
The good Dutch Fathers sailed
partment where they now reside to spend the Christmas holidays ' he carried. In some places, Knight for the New World with the image
as bachelors.
with folks and friends are: Law­ Ruprecht takes the place of St. of St. Nicholas for a figurhead on
Chas. T. Early of Portland was rence Dickson, Herman Dickson, ¡Nicholas. In Holland, Germany and their vessel, they named the first
in town Monday and Tuesday on Charles Hoffman, Robert Hoffman, more recently in other countries, church they built for St. Nicholas
business. Mr. Early is planning to Russell Mills, of O. A. C.J Amy the benevolent saint is familiarly and he became the patron saint of
construct a new building where Hughes and Glen Hawkins of the known as Santa Claus, and he is the new city on Manhatten Island,
said to have been introduced into
the Majestic theatre recently burn- University of Oregon.
i Thanks to these sturdy old Dutch-
England from America, where he i men, many delightful customs of
ed down.
Mrs. A. J. Black, who has been Various Yule-tide Customs had been naturalized by early i Christmas observance were preserv­
| settlers.
From page 1
confined at her home from a re-
ed to posterity.
The hanging of a stocking as a
cent operation, is being seen again. offered for greater usefulness, the
Yule-tide has been singularly
for
gifts
was
accounted
receptacle
Western
Union Telegraph company
Dudley Spencer and Miss Alma
connected with important events in
Kullander motored to Portland on several years ago began paying for by a story that St. Nicholas the history of the United States.
special attention to the holiday dropped a purse down a chimney,
Sunday.
which fell into a stocking hung up On Christmas night, 1776, Washing­
State officials of the American greeting service, and especially de­
ton crossed the Deleware to capture
Legion are expected to be present corated message blanks and en- to dry. In Norway Santa Claus has nearly a thousand Hessians at their
velopes
service
j
an
assistant,
Kris
Kringle,
while
in
The
were
devised.
at the annual banquet of Vernonia
Christmas revelries. A few days
post, which will he held in the since has been extended to cable­ I Switzerland, Father Christmas is later, December 30, Congress re-
grams,
and
the
telegraph
admin-
accompanied
by
his
wife,
St.
Lucy,
Legion hall Tuesday, December 27.
-I—.- little girls. In' s°lve<i to send commissioners to the
1
Mr. and Mrs. M. . jil- Martin istrations in foreign countries have who looks after
view to Russia gifts are credited to the courts of Europe, and the Yule-
been
studying
it
with
a
spent the week end at St. Helens
! Babuska, or Grandmother.
Aide achievements of the colonial
possible adoption.
with Mr. and Mrs. I. Martin.
In feudal times in England,1 In France, Italy, Spain and other airm^\ were declared^ by Fredrick
Mrs. J. P. McDonald is improv-
A complete display of gifts for Christmas
of the Great to be “the most briU-
.
ing from a severe attack of influ- Yule-tide observance was on a Latin countries, t the Praesepio
iant of any recorded in the an-
giving is now ready. Early shoppers will
magnificent
scale,
several
thousand
Christmas
Crib,
is
an
important
enza.
I
being
feasted
feature
of
Yule-tide.
The
Praesepio
na's
military action. ," The year
enjoy the privilege of complete assort­
retainers
sometimes
1
While in Portland Monday, Mrs.
in
the
baronial
hall.
In
1248
King
frequently
includes
the
stable
and
following
was a gloomy lule-tide,
ments, and ivercome the inconvenience
W. Culver visited Mrs. J. H. Bush | Henry II? held a
,y, Joseph and for the American forces lay en-
feast for the its occupants. Mary,
in the Good Samaritan hospital.
of last minute, rush selections.
Holy Babe, and camPed at Valley Forge. Christmas
Mrs. Bush reports that she is im­ poor which lasted a week. Richard “the Bambino” or 1
’’-- . 1783,
non xir.-i.!
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, Eve,
Washington
laid ggjjg
II.
held
Christmas
at
Litchfield
the
surroundings
of
Bethlehem.
proving nicely and hopes to be
forever his military uniform, Mar-
¡and
2,000
oxen
and
200
tdns
of,
Columbus
entered
the
port
of
home by Christmas.
I ! Bohio, •llctj
Hayti,
on CL,
St. LNlUIlUlclb
Nicholas Xzciy,
Day, I tha Washington held her first pub-
Vl; VII
Miss Georgia Fairbanks, who has wine were consumed.
and
named
the
port
Saint
lic reception in the executive man-
The
lords
received
gifts
from
1492,
i
been attending Willamette univer­
sion en Christmas eve, and at
their
tenants
at
Yule-tide,
and
Nicholas.
The
Santa
Maria
having
sity at Salem, arrived Friday to
and his Yule-tide a few years later, the
sovereigns received presents from been wrecked, Columbus
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their nobles. Queen Elizabeth re-J men
worked till dawn Chirstmas country was mourning the death
’
',
this
the wreck. The °* Washington. January
1, 1863,
j plenished her wardrobe in C
I morning
_ salvaging
_
1 Lincoln issued the Proclamation of
way,
and
if
quantity
and
quality!
day
following
he
was
feasted
by
FOR SALE—Four good work horses
i Emancipation, and on December 25,
for sale, cheap. Inquire of W. didn’t satisfy, the donors were In-; Chief Guacanagari, who a shirt and
given him by 1868, the proclamation of "uncon-
Harris.
192* formed of the fact. In 1561 she a pair of gloves
received a present of a pair of Columbus, and a coronet of p0]d,!‘htional pardon and amnesty to all
3 ACRE FARM 15 acres cleared black silk stockings knit by one though other chiefs were clad In concerne(l 'n tbe late insurrection,
orchard, garden, 7 room house, of her maids, and never afterward nature’s garb. Captain John Smith
Crater Lake national park to
chicken house, balance mostly oak, would she wear those made of cot-, of the Virginia Colony, spent his
I first Yule-tide as a captive among be much improved for 1928 tourist
some fir, will give terms. C. W. t°n.
Wardle, Vernonia, Oregon.
186*
Classified Advertising
Leaders of
Style and
Quality
Vernonia’s
Progressive
Store
I ved before the big day
Gifts of Quality Merchandise
Silk Scarfs
Neckties
Silk Pajamas
Silk Gowns
Silk Umbrellas
Slippers
Bath Robes
French Kid Gloves
Silk Hosiery
Fabric Gloves
Silk Handkerchiefs
Dolls and Toys
Headquarters
for Ladies’ and
Children’s shoes
Phone 801
Vernonia
Oregon
PIANO near town, beautiful instru­
ment, bargain for quick sale. If
interested write A. Ward, Factory
Piano Adjustor, 521 Knott Street,
Portland, Ore.
183*
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HOFFMAN
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Advanced Styles in
Ladies’ Dresses and Shoes
Silk Robes
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Mail Orders
Filled
Promptly
FOR SALE—$165 Victrola, practi­
cally new, with 12 records, for
$50. Write Box 432, Vernonia or
inquire at Riverview grocery. 174*
FOR SALE—40 acres of logged
off land ’A-mile from city lim-
its, $500, small payment down.
See Judge D. B. Reasoner, city
174
hall.
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.
17tf
MISCELLANEOUS
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
a 5 H % rate. Anyone wishing fur­
ther information write, A. R. Eng­
land at Hillsboro, Oregon.
91
Buy now—our stock of Christmas goods is about sold out, and we are go­
ing to clean it up. Get your presents hare and save your money.
$7.95 Boy’s Tricycle
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Rubber tires, adjustable seats, other
sizes in proportion.
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Boy’s Skates
Per pair ......
2.00
Full line of Daisy Air RifleO j*A
$1.50, $2.00 and ....................Ä.OV
Scooters
1.98
Large size wagon, hard wood, box, Official Roy Scout Ax and f AA
roller bearings, large wheels and rub­ Sheath ....................................... A »vv
ber tires, hand
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brake ....................................... O/tO Pocket knives, all kinds and prices.
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Gifts from Kullander’s Will Be Loved and Enjoyed Through the Years.
Her Diamond
You cannot buy Diamonds by brand as you do fine silver or motor cars. The
only “name” to guide you is that of your jeweler, whose integrity and ex­
perience should be unquestioned
Warwick Watches
for men, women, boys and girls await
your choosing here, each with my per­
sonal recommendation and continued
interest.
/I. L Kullander
Expert Watchmaker and Jeweler
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