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VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNONIA, OREGON
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, Ì931.
Webb Campbell, R. G. Simmons, Shower for
quarterly birthday party after the prize for this and Miss Con
Just Eight Club
W. F. Jenkins, C. S. Brooks, M.
the regular meeting Wednesday stance Bougher the prize for
at Mrs. Hughes’
E. Walker, H. C. Warren, E. H. Mrs. Kapphammer
evening. Miss Amy Hughes, Miss writing Thanksgiving backwards
Leahy, F. W. Monroe, of Port
Helen Hieber, Mrs. Gwladys Mac in the least time.
Mrs. Harry Emmons gave a
land; E. B. Flett, Yamhill; G. F. shower November 10 at the home
pherson, Mrs. Grace Roberson,
Moulton and Ervine E. Stewart of of Mrs. Ed Salomonsen in honor to the Just Eight bridge club Mrs. Bessie Tapp, Mrs. Jean Yeo,
A delicious salad, sandwiches
Cut Bank, Montana.
Mrs. C. F. Hieber, Miss Enid and coffee were served by Mrs.
of Mrs. Oscar Kaphammer.
K. A. McNeill was home over cuts and a bruised shoulder and
Those present were Mrs. R. G. prize for high score. Following Bolton and J. L. Timmons, mem- ( O. D. McCabe, Mrs. L. Beveridge
A study of Christian education
leg when he was struck by a
Mrs. Ruby Fowler, Mrs. play Mrs. Hughes served a del bers who had birthdays during and Mrs. R. M. Aldrich, who al
among the Indians, Negroes and
choker while working Monday.
the months of October, Novem so had charge of the entertain
___ was made in
„„ Mae Winning, Mrs. Gray, Mrs. J. icious lunch.
Casey Fest of Dallas called at
ber or December were special ment.
Claude Veal, son of Mr. and
J. W. Rosa’s home Sunday.
Mrs. Herman Veal, cut his hand
< Mrs. W. J. Armitage, Mrs. Lloyd
Baker, Mrs. Rose Fletcher, Mrs.
Jos. M. Boyles of Forest Grove severely late Wednesday with a j Mrs. E. Knight was hostess. Helen Ed Salomonsen.
Miss Leia Beveridge gave two
Not present but sending gifts J. L. Timmons, Mrs. Lola Nance, readings and Miss Amy Hughes O 1 IliC LarKe cross-cut, drag
stopped at the Gordon this week. new knife he had just purchased, Fogel won prizes in two guessing
A flay A and carpenter saws
played several piano solos. A1 wniiw gummed, retoothed,
seven stitches were required to games. Mrs. Miner served lovely were Mrs. A. P. Bays, Mrs. John and Mrs. Harry Kerns.
Mrs. C. U. Enstrum is reported close the wound which was cut refreshments to the following 1 Ellis, Mrs. James Emmons and
game, in which you were required jointed, set and filed accurate
by machine. Every tooth
to be getting along very nicely to the bone.
guests: Mrs. Grace Sunell, Aunt Mrs. R. Fletcher.
O. E. S. Holds
to make as many words as possi-1 ly
cuts. Better work.
after her recent illness.
Sally Spencer, Mrs. Beulah Bas-
W. H. Henderson was slightly lington, Mrs. Irene Spencer, Mrs.1
word Thanskgiving proved very
327 E. Morrison St.
Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Olson of injured when his car was tipped Pearl McCabe, Mrs. Marie O’Don-1 The date for the bridge party
The Eastern Stars held their entertaining. Mrs E. E. Yeo won
St. Helens visited Sunday with over on the Forest Grove highway nell, Mrs. Rose Schultz, Mrs.
f*~* given by Miss Elma White, Miss
Mr. and Mrs. E. Knight.
near town on the afternoon of Selma Webb, Mrs. Margaret Lines, Mildred Drake, Miss Charlotte
Mrs. Rose Fletcher is moving November 12. A cut over the left Mrs. Ora Glassner, Mrs. Mae Mel- Hilts, Miss Constance Bougher and
from Hotel Hy-Van to the apart eye and minor bruises were the linger, Mrs. Helen Fogel, and Mrs. Miss Enid Bolton should have
been Tuesday, November 10, in
extent of his injuries.
ments over the old post office.
stead of Sunday as stated.
Registered at Hotel Nehalem Mi’s. H. Fogel
See Kellogg and see right.
Now at Kullander’s Jewelry during the past week were T.
Adv. W. Cowan of Westport, G. W. Entertains
Huitz of Hillsboro, Chas. Beydell
Mrs. Henry Fogel entertained a ern progress driving them so hard
R. G. Simmons of Salem was a of Quincy, Fred Fluhrer of May-
can have preserved so completely
visitor at the home of Mr. and ger, R. L. Stanton of Portland group of friends with two tables the ancient streets and buildings of
Mrs. K. A. McNeill over the week and R. K. Fike of Portland.
their old beginnings as has Frank
Mrs. Olivia Brickell received furt In Germany. Frankfurt has
Jim Bloyd of Portland and Al the prize for high score. The hos- kept almost intact the Fourteenth
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. fred Lee of Kelso were guests at tess served a dainty lunch to her I century houses, guild houses, chap
and cloisters much as they
Hoffman over the weekend were the J. F. Rose home Saturday guests who were Mrs. Brickell,1 els
— 6 fine flav
were built. Round the cathedral
ors. Extra Special Today— FREE - FREE - FREE
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Lawrence of night and part of Sunday. With Mrs. L. L. Crawford, Mrs. Grace whole blocks of old buildings have
been swept away, leaving that line
Mr. Rose they drove to Keasey Sunell, Mrs. Irma Johnson, Mrs. I old
Betty Crocker Chronium
structure unencumbered, but
Myrtle John, Mrs. Edna Brown,! the perfect square of the “Romer-
H. L. Hutchinson of St. Helens,
Plated Cake Server with
manager of the Gilby Motor comp snowfall to try their luck at and Mrs. Thelma Peebley.
any there, was in town Monday fishing.
The Rebekahs are planning a
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wolff, large card party tomorrow night,
Del Maiz — Fancy Golden
Cream Style — 2’s
Mrs. Charles Malmsten and Mrs. November 21, in the I. O. O. F.
Franklin Malmsten went to Port hall. The hour is set at 9 o’
clock, sharp, so that those who
CELERY 2 for
must work late Saturday evening
Prayer meeting is held Wednes can join. Both bridge and 509
day evening at the home of Mr. will be played.
Roberts on First avenue. Every
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kullander
one is welcome.
had as their guests from Armis
to pop 10-oz. tins.
The small daughter of Mr. and tice day until Saturday Mr. and
Otter Brand — For the
Thanksgiving Fruit Cake—
Mrs. D. G. Ryves cut her finger Mrs. G. C. Smith and son and
Saturday while playing with an daughter, and Mrs. William Sea
ax. The injury is not serious.
man, all of Independence. Mrs.
Catherine Hoffman and Emmett Seaman is Mrs. Kullander’s mo
Mitchel, O. S. C. students spent ther, and Mrs. Smith her sister.
Dromedary — For the
Ne Plus— Fancy new crop.
the weekend visiting Miss Hoff
Thanksgiving dinner —bet
Hotel McDonald guests this
and more economical—
man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. week were Mary Tade, Sacra
.... 2 for 35c
mento; Elizabeth C. Murray, Geo.
Minton Brand — Fancy 2%
tin. Makes delicious pies.
The meeting date of the Loy A. Nelson, St. Helens; R. C.
Fancy large budded Oregon
al Gleaners for next week has Whiteman, Salt Lake City; D. D.
been changed to Tuesday, Nov Lanway, J. Le Vegue, Edw. E.
Kerr — 4 lb, 10 oz.
ember 24. Mrs. Ray Charlesworth Werlein, Fred Holifer, J. C.
Armstrong, Phil E. Molley, Ar
thur C. Bradley, and K. D. Wil
Marian Lindley underwent an liamson, of Portland.
Rodman brand — Fancy
Petit Pois — 2’s
operation for appendicitis in Em
Stopping at Hotel Hy Van
anuel hospital, Portland, Novem
2 for 45c
Nigger Toes — Fancy New
ber 12. She is reported to be this week were W. F. Hintzen,
LEG PORK ROAST
Ralph Patrick, M. H. Patrick,
crop—2 for 35c
getting along very well.
Nehalem Market & Grocery
Specials for Fri. and Sat.
5 lbs.............. 17c
Give Us the Pleasure
of Assisting You With
Hotel McDonald has the agency
for the State Laundry Co. for
laundry and dry cleaning Picks
up Tuesdays and delivers Fri
The Willing Workers spent
Wednesday and Thursday after
noons qiulting in the social rooms
of the Christian church, Mrs.
A. E. Adams was hostess on Wed
Jack Carkin was in town Tues
day afternoon on business. He
expects to complete his work for
the St. Helens Mist within a few
days, and until he gets located
will spend the time with Mrs. Car
kin in Camas, Washington.
J. P. Plummer of Vernonia,
who is employed with the Clark-
Wilson company, received head
A RINGLETTE PERMA
NENT with its soft deep
waves and curls—so easy to
care for—will add to your
joy and comfort.
Let us show you how
EASY our wave is with less
heat and less weight —it
fto Four Christmas
. . . while the stock is new
and avoid the usual Christmas
A handsome mottled latest
design rubber apron. Regu
lar Value 35c—Free with
1 can Otter Fey Oysters
1 Can Otter Fey Shrimp
Regular Value 70c
POUND ................... .
PACKAGE ............ .
We have many wonderful
and useful gifts. New ones
are coming in daily.
Fresh Roasted — New Crop
POUND ................... .
Kerr’s Best — 18-ob. jar—
Flavored with Sherry Wine
Vernonia Hotel Building
Professional and Business Directory
For your convenience the following business and professional people are listed on
this page alphabetically. These men and women are known in Vernonia as reliable business
and professional people.
Order of Eastern Star
Prices loir er than ever
MEDIUM SIZE .................................
LARGE SIZE, 17» ¿-inches long .
Blue Vitrox Finish — Years of Service.
LARGE IVORY ENAMEL, GREEN TRIM
DOUBLE WALL ROASTER
Raised bottom prevents Burning. 2 sizes—
$2.45 and $3.00 Each
Large Size, Oval. Self basting, only
Formerly sold $1.50 to $1.75
Nehalom Chapter 153, O. E. S.
Vernonia Lodge No. 184
A. F. 4 A. M. meets
and third Wed
nesdays of each
First Thursday of each
month, at Ma
month. Special called
All visiting sis meetmgs on all other Thurs- I
ters and broth day nights 7:30 p.m. Visitors
most cordially welcome.
Mrs. Leona McGraw, W. M.
E. G. Anderson, W. M.
Mrs. Alma Bell, Secretary.
W. E. Bell, Secretary.
Rebekah Lodge No. 243
SEE HOFFMAN ABOUT IT—IT PAYS
I. O^O. F.
No. 243, I.O.O.F., meets »very
second and fourth Thursdays in
I. O. O. F. hall. Vernonia. Visit
I.O.O.F.—Vernonia Lodge No.
ors always welcome.
Margaret Lines, Noble Grand. 246 meets every Tuesday night
| at 8 o’clock, in I.O.O.F. hall. Vis
Bessie Herrin, Secretary.
itors always welcome.
Chas. Holt, Noble Grand.
G. G. Holt, Vice-Grand.
Vernonia Temple «1 meets
G. M. Holt. Secretary.
every 2nd and 4th Wednesdays in
Isabel Culbertson, M. E. C.
Clara Kerns, M. or R. & C.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Haircutting for Men
Women ana Children
Expert Work Guaranteed
Lloyd Baker, Prop.
Mason Work, Building
Marvin R. Eby, M. D.
Physican and Surgeon
Phone Hospital 931
Town Office 891
DR. J. A. HUGHES
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone 663
des. Phone 664
Wholesale and Retail
Parts for all radios either
in stock or manufactured to
House 18, O-A Hill
Residence Phone 1061
JOHN A. MILLER
GLENN E. DEAMER
M. D. COLE
Meets every Monday
night in the W.O.W.
2nd and 4th
hall. Visiting broth
month. 8. p. m.
M. D. Cole. C. C.
J. E. Kerr, Com-
H. Culbertson, K.R.S. mander; Eugene Shipman, Adj.
HARDING LODGE 11«
Hoffman Hdwe. Co.
A. F. & A. M.
OPEN FRIDAY, SAT
URDAY AND SUNDAY
VIOLET RAY GASOLINE
Oil« . . . Expert Greasing
TRANSFER — TRUCK
Phone Business 221
Local and Long Dis
j Local & long distance