Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, July 15, 1932, Page 2, Image 2

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    VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNONIA, OREGON
PAGE TWO
FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1932.
Osborn, Hy Tracey, Mr. and Mrs.
purchased a car. They spent their
raise cabbages, and so on down
Weedell and Noble Dunlap.
the ages.
vacation in Portland with their
daughters.
Mrs. Ella Caywood spent a
Washington, our first president,
Mrs. Virtue had her niece to
couple of days last week calling
wasn’t so absorbed in political
visit her for a few days this
on old acquaintances at Birken-
affairs that it required all of his
last week.
feld and Mist.
time. When duty called him an
Clarence Sundquist and Donald
overseer was appointed for each
James McCormick butchered STATEMENT RELATIVE TO
Mrs. J. H. Bush was a Portland nia visitor Tuesday. Although 81 six porkers this week and Frank
section of land and a complete
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis and chil­ Lind were visitors of the Wold
years old Mr. Comstock hikes long ' Peterson and Jake Neurer each
“PROHIBITION POLLS” and detailed weekly report was dren spent their vacation in family Monday.
visitor Monday.
The Wold family went to
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. McGraw distances, and started to walk to butchered a veal.
Portland, July 7, 1932. To the sent each week to the superinten­ Portland at their home.
Trestle Glen camp for their
dent,
who
in
turn
passed
it
on
to
and family motored to Portland Vernonia when picked up by a
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Frank
Baker
and
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hill editor: This statement relative to
army band practice.
motorist.
Wednesday.
made a trip to Vernonia Friday “Prohibition Polls” is directed by Washington to comply with the family have moved in camp for
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mackie
A.
J.
Black,
in
charge
of
the
on business.
Mrs. Sidney Malmsten and Mrs.
a group of leaders from the fol­ president’s wishes. Though done on the summer.
on their holiday went down to
a
large
scale,
Washington
was
as
Libby enjoyed a vacation at Sea­ grocery department of the Miller
Miss Maxine Taylor is spend­
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. lowing city and state organiza­
Mercantile store here several Dave Me Mullin’s were Mr. and tions: Portland Federation of Wo­ successful in his farm operations ing her vacation with relatives Ocean Side and up Wilson river
side last week.
on a fishing trip.
years
ago,
is
now
manager
of
as
he
was
in
battle.
This
we
owe
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Tisdale and
at Dalias and Salem.
Mrs. John Estes and two sons men’s Clubs; Oregon Women’s
Mr. and Mrs. Tompkin spent
children and A. Tisdale visited in Purdy’s bakery at Albuquerque, from Riverview.
Christian Temperance Union; An­ to his unsparing of labor, persis­
Mr. and Mrs. Hodge went on I their vacation at Cannon beach
tence
and
forethought.
N. M., according to word received
Seattle over the weekend.
Bob Lindsay is working with ti-Saloon League of Oregon;
to their home and went on a fishing trip up
Some of our Oregon writers, I their holiday
County Commissioner J. N. Mil­ by J. W. Brown. Mr. Black sent the bridge crew for Clark and Portland Council of Churches;
in Vancouver. They are remodel­ Myama river.
know,
sink
their
heart
into
their
him
a
copy
of
a
Spanish-language
ler was in Vernonia Wednesday
Wilson. They are repairing and Prohibition Committee of One
ing the store.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Lindsley
to consult with Commissioner T. newspaper containing an adver­ overhauling some of their trestles Hundred and the Portland Minis­ garden after office hours. Marsh­
The Wilark post office has spent their holiday at Forest
al
N.
Dana,
editor
of
the
Oregon
tisement of the firm.
B. Mills.
and bridges before they start terial association.
Journal. One couldn’t visit his been moved over to Camp Eight. Grove with Mrs. Lindsley’s folks
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Williams re­ Mrs. R. D. Coshow, wife of R. logging operations next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Troy have moved
We do not bring into question home on River Forest road with­
Mr. and Mrs. Pringle went to
turned Saturday night from Ami­ D. Coshow, deputy superintendent
A few farmers got their hay the motives which inspire this
to
make their home in Camp Netarts on their vacation.
ty where they had been working of banks in charge of liquidation in before this last rain, but method of seeking to ascertain the out learning the melodious sense Eight.
Mrs. Pringle had Mr. and Mrs.
of the Bank of Vernonia, was almost everyone had some hay trend of opinion upon the repeal of joy he gets out of showing his
in the fruit.
Mrs. Johnson is going to make Lindsley and Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
garden
and
naming
his
beets,
car
­
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Brown, who born in Vernonia, but left in in­ still out.
or retention of the Eighteenth rots, turnips, radishes, lettuce her home at Camp Ten.
Mackie to their house on Mon­
recently moved to Portland were fancy. She is a daughter of Wil-
Mr. and Mrs. Butts spent their day to play cards.
Amendment, at this particular and onions to his friends. Instead
here Sunday calling on friends lliam F. Placke, pioneer resident
time. We do not question a news­ of a farmer’s garden we are at holiday at Seaside and Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Niel Lee spent
of this section. During Mr. Co­
and neighbors.
Mr. and Mrs. Woods spent their holiday at Seaside also
paper’s right to sponsor a “poll” the home of one of Oregon’s
Mrs. Emma Weed, E. E. Gar­ show’s term of service here she
their vacation at Heppner and visiting friends in Portland and
on any issue at any time. We do greatest men.
,
Mildred Hawkins
ner, Don Kaufman of Los An­ makes frequent trips, generally at
wish to assert, however, that un­
Gardening is a real art of Lexington. They have started to Tigard.
geles and Eloise Garner motored weekends, from her home in
der the method by which such achievement and should be more harvest and crops are good.
Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts
to Newberg Sunday.
Brownsville.
Mr. and Mrs. Delepp and son spent a couple of days with Mr.
polls
of recent years have been widely adopted. Since it has the
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Bill
Mason
re
­
Mrs. E. E. Garner spent the
Come and dance at beautiful
Davie were up Sunday to visit and Mrs. Neil Lee.
conducted, a more unreliable
Arcadia Park Lodge Saturday weekend at Arrawahana near turned to Tidewater Saturday af­ method could hardly be found. tendency to meet the problem of Mr. and Mrs. Woods.
Mr. and Mrs. Atkins spent a
food shortage, we hope that gar­
evening, July 16. Good music. Un­ Rhododendron in company with ter spending several days with
Lyle Baker was up over the day or two at Thompsons sid­
No possible amount of care on dens will be more readily grown.
der new management.
(Adv.) other members of the county the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
weekend and is coming home ing with friends.
the part of the sponsor can pre­
Eva Clark.
M. A. Childs of Forest Grove home economics committee, in­ Bud Robbins.
Saturday from the C. M. T. C.
vent
wholesale
duplication
of
Willard Ennis was up Wednes­
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Etters
passed through town Wednesday cluding Mrs. Sarah V. Case, home
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lewis have day to see friends. He is going in­
enroute to the Pebble creek sec­ demonstration agent. Miss Nye of and Ralph, Russell, and Lois votes. Certainly a resume of re­ TIGER JOE MAGOFF
to the navy.
KAYOES INDIAN BOB moved to Hall’s house.
tion with a four year old Per- Corvallis, Mrs. Watts of Scap­ Peck of Gaston, Oregon, spent sults of such polls and the subse­
Mrs. Sarish and children have
quent
election
figures
abundantly
Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Hughes and
Sunday
afternoon
at
the
home
poose, Mrs. John Storla of St.
cheron stallion.
been away to their farm in For­ Jeanne Hughes were over to
(Clatskanie Chief)
substantiate such a conclusion.
Hale Greenman was taken to Helens, Mrs. Beach of Rainier, of Mrs. B. B. Hawkins.
Tiger Joe Magoff of Vernonia est Grove. They spent the Fourth Frank Baker’s Finlay evening.
Oregon’s consistent dry ma­
Mildred
Hawkins
returned
St. Vincents hospital a week ago Mrs. Wagner of Gobel and Mrs.
landed a lucky but hard blow in in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baker
jorities
through
recent
years
can
home
Sunday
from
Gaston
where
Winn
of
Chapman.
Wednesday for medical treatment,
Mr. and Mrs. Lane and chil­
the headline fight with Indian
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. McGraw she spent two weeks with Lois hardly be overlooked by anyone Bob of Chinook, Washington in dren went on a short trip to and children went to the Rolleo
and may have to be there for
at Longview for a couple of
who desires to know the prevail­
and children visited at the home and Joy Peck
about three weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Matson and ing sentiment of Oregon’s elec­ the second round of the card here Pullman, Washington, and Spo­ days for the Fourth.
John L. Storla of St. Helens of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Luther
July Fourth, and scored a knock­ kane to visit his folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Guinn and daugh­
and G. W. Mills of Deer Island at Keasey Sunday. Other guests children of St. Helens spent Sun­ torate. We are well aware, as are out.
Mr. Lane left his mother ill.
ter Dorothy are away to visit
most
thoughtful
people,
that
the
day
with
Mr.
and
Mrs.
John
were Vernonia visitors Thursday. there were Lester and Erwin
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell and son some relatives in Goble.
in the semi-final George Viuh-
real purpose of such polls of re­
Mr. Storla is democratic nominee Schlegel of Banks, who had been Robbins.
Mr. and Mrs. Beeler and chil­
J. B. Wilkerson received a let­ cent years has been mainly to kola, local lad, fought to a draw and Mrs. Mitchell's brother went
visiting at the Luther home since
for district attorney.
with Steve LaHood of Butte, to Longbeach for a couple of dren were in Vancouver for their
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ham­ Friday. Later in the day the boys’ ter from Jewell Lloyd of the affect the vote rather than to Montana.
days.
vacation.
mack and niece Helen Chandler parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Schle­ Philippine islands, but formerly ascertain the sentiment of the
Mr. and Mrs. Piert and chil­
Al Washburn was altogether
drove to Salem Sunday to visit gel accompanied by Mrs. W. G. of Riverview, stating his progress people. It is because of these too much for Hogan Erickson dren visited friends and relatives
Helen’s mother, who is in a hos­ Walker, mother of Mrs. McGraw, in Coast Artillery work and his views that we have heretofore
usually advised non-participation and kayoed him in the second in Vancouver, Wash. They were
pital there. She is reported to be drove over from Banks to take adventures.
in
such attempts. For the same canto. Bud Draper also felt the accompanied back by friends and
Word was received that Morris
them home.
much improved in health.
Graves is now in Burns, Oregon. reason we are addressing this mat for the count of 10 in his relatives to pick berries.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Meyer, for­
Mr. and Mrs. George Baker
Mr. West of Portland, Scat newspaper and its readers and are curtain raiser with Roy Coles.
merly of Vernonia, are announc­
and family spent the Fourth at
Draper
was
put
in
as
a
substi
­
JL ell the people
advising
our
constituents
through
­
Pranger,
Gusty
Hoffman,
Hank
ing the arrival of a daughter,
Balm Grove.
Hensley, Gus Pranger and Law­ out the state of our action. We tute and was not in condition
Marilyn Jane, at McMinnville
about
timely
merchandise with
Mrs. Jake Neurer
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sand­
rence Weeks of Hillsboro visited desire to state, in concluding, that for the fray.
June 27. Mr. Meyer was manager
good printing and watch your sales
berg
spent
their
holiday
at
St.
A
fairly
good
crowd
attended
at the home of Mrs. Dan May a persistent crusade to get the
of the Shell Oil company at Ver­
Helens.
volume grow. Other merchants
electorate registered and to the the smoker.
This part of the valley was vis­ Sunday evening.
nonia.
Mr.
Wold
and
family
spent
have proved this plan by repeated
polls
in
November
would
be
of
Mrs. Hattie Cline and son of
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy C. Brown ited by a heavy frost last Wednes­
Read the Eagle classified ads their vacation at a lake resort tests. We'll help with your copy.
and daughter Betty of Pasco, day night doing considerable dam­ Beaverton visited Mr. and Mrs. far greater value in getting a re­
there may be something that outside of Portland.
Washington, Mrs. Julius Whitlock age to farmers, freezing potatoes, J. W. White and Mr. and Mrs. liable expression of the Oregon —
will save you money.
Mr. and Mrs. Mose Mackie have'
citizenry
than
any
number
of
pre
­
corn,
beans,
and
other
small
veg­
Dan May Sunday.
of Portland and Mrs. Harry
election
unofficial
"polls.
”
Elza Varley returned from
Smallfield of Seattle were visitors etables. It sure made gardens look
For the Leaders’ Committee,
Balm Grove Saturday, where he
at the L. H. Dewey home Thursday sick.
Ada Jolley, President, Oregon W.
The county road grader was has been employed.
of last week.
C. T. U.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Byers of
Mrs. E. W. Holtham and chil­ working on the Nehalem highway
Warrenton spent the Fourth with John B. Coan, President, Portland
dren, Leona Hillman and Mar­ way on Monday.
Ministerial Association.
Miss Beatrice Perry and her Mrs. Bill Henderson and Mr. and
tin Hillman accompanied Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Hartwick to The grandfather were in Vernonia Mrs. Glenn Peoples.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Peoples To the editor:
Dalles Wednesday morning and on business Thursday.
(Incorporated)
Surprising to see such a large
Miss Marian McMullin worked spent monday at Balm Grove.
returned Thursday. Mrs. Holtham
per
cent
of
the
people
making
and
for Mrs. W. R. Johnson at the
visited her mother there.
Mr. and Mrs. John Estes and
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bungalow lunch last Wednesday. sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Dave tilling gardens. Despite their past
prominent positions, the average
James McCormick was the low­ McMullin of Natal Sunday.
Dewey over the weekend were
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Howard est bidder and got the job to
Mrs. M. Dunlap spent Friday man is turning back to the soil
and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. cut and furnish 25 ricks of wood afternoon with Mrs. Virgil Powell not as a means for recreation, but
as a means for sole protection. It
Robt. Johnson and son Bobby of for the Natal school District No. Friday.
is his only recourse, and a very
Kellogg Whole Wheat Biscuit —
Portland. While here the visitors 22.
good one at that. Every sparse
Reed Halding butchered a beef DR. AND MRS. HUGHES
enjoyed a round of golf on the
A wheel of knowledge
local links.
for market last week. He also HOSTS FOR DINNER, BRIDGE bit of land that is adaptable for
chart FREE with .........
cultivation
should
be
utilized
for
E. S. Thompson took a bus load sold 2 cows recently.
Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Hughes fall and winter gardening.
Miss Ruth Carmichael is work­
of cherry pickers to Cornelius and
Some of our greatest men in
back Sunday. They were Mr. and ing for Clyde Johnson, cooking were hosts for dinner and bridge
Mrs. O. D. McCabe, Mr. and Mrs. for hay hands during haying time. at their home Tuesday evening. history made the garden teem
MINUTE TAPIOCA—balloon free
O. T. Bateman held the high with activity. Virgil, back in the
Ed Frazee, Mrs. E. S. Thompson
Grandpa Weedell from Port­
score.
Other
guests
were
Mrs.
A black cat stand up balloon FREE
days
of
the
ancients
found
mak
­
and children, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd land is here spending the sum­
with each package ...........................
Thomas, Bob Holmes, Leia and mer with his son L. Weedell Bateman, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. ing garden very colorful and in­
Kullander and Mr. and Mrs. J. teresting. Cato, the Roman Cen­
Louis Beveridge.
and family.
sor, we are told use to like to
Miss Annie Banzer, Mrs. Law­ H. Bush.
Mrs. Dave Kramer of Hillsboro,
formerly of Vernonia, was a yer and Mr. and Mrs. Simmons
SUGAR WAFERS — Sun Shine
guest of Mrs. Rose Fletcher Sat­ were business callers at Mrs..
HAMBURGER AND •>
urday evening and Sunday. Com­ Jake Neurer’s Friday.
Serve with food, ice cream and cold drinks.
SAUSAGE—2-LBS.
ing to Vernonia with her were
Wesley Duke from Clatskanie
FREE—Capt. Kidd Pirate Hat
Mr. and Mrs. William Morley, is spending a few weeks here
With each pound .............................
who visited with Mrs. Morley’s with his brother.
sister, Mrs. Lura Shipley.
Reed Halding recently traded
Pineapple—Silver Bar crushed, 2’s
C. M. Comstock of Keasey, fa­ his old car for a later model
ther of George Comstock of the Studebaker.
SHRIMP — C C C Brand —
Makes delicious pineapple
Under Government Supervision
Oregon Gas and Electric com­ Among folks in Vernonia Mon­
apricot
preserves ...........
FOR
Just right for a real salad.
pany’s power plant, was a Verno­ day were Lincoln Peterson, Lee
Today,
Extra
Special
—
CAN
The Forest Grove Nat’l. Bank
The Open
Forum - -
Wil ark and
Camp Eight
Riverview*
A Timely Tip
Natal
Nehalem Market & Grocery
Specials for Fri. and Sat.
2 pkgs. 21c
13c
MEAT
Beef Roasts
lb. lie
Short Ribs Beef lb. 9c
Fresh Side Pork lb. 13c
Pork Chops
lb. 18c
29c
9c
Forest Grove, Oregon
THE ROLL OF HONOR BANK
CUT PRICES
STATEMENT
OF CONDITION
At Call of the Comptroller of Currency
June 30, 1932
QUAKER CRACKELS —
TOMATO JUICE — Van Camp’s
Large 10 H oz. can. Delightful,
healthful table drink. CAN .................
6c
RESOURCES
On All Laundry Work
In keeping with the trend of
the times we have reduced
prices on all laundry work ...
But Maintain
THE SAME HIGH QUALITY
L
A» Ever
Vernonia Laundry
PHONE 711
Loans .............................
$321.832.25
Banking House ...................
18,400.00
Real Estate .........................
3,291.00
U. S., Municipal,
Other Bonds $204,408.18
Cash and Due
from Banks
109,985.97 314,394.15
$657,917.40
LIABILITIES
Capital ....*......... $25.000.00
Surplus
50.000.00
Undivided Profits 17.763.63 92.763.63
Circulation ...........................
24,700.00
Deposits ............................. _ 540.453.77
$657,917.40
J. A. Thornburgh, President
R. G. Thornburgh, Cashier
John E. Bailey, Vice-President
W. J. Mills, Asst. Cashier
Harold Knox, Asst. Cashier
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
25C
2
TOMATOES — Silver Bar, 2%’»
Rich, ripe, firm pack.
CAN ____ __ ____ _____________
10c
CRISCO — 3-Ib. Can —
The secret of better baking—for
homes that want the best in cooking.
54c
LAUNDRY SOAP —
White Wonder
Laundry Soap .......
10
BARS
29c
PAROWAX —
I cakes *4-lb. each to package. The Q-
old reliable for canning — PACKAGE «7 C
Ready to eat. Made from corn,
wheat, oats. PACKAGE ....... .............
9c
RINSO — Large Package—
Soaks clothes whiter—
PACKAGE..................
_
21c
PRODUCE
Lettuce..........
Green Onions
Carrots..........
Radishes ....
Celery ••••••
2- 5c
2- 5c
2- 5c
2- 5c
2- 15c