Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, October 07, 1932, Page 2, Image 2

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    FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1932.
VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNONIA, OREGON
PAGE TWO
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, over
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car ______
turned _____
entirely
but) , Mrs. J. H. Stubbs, who has Hand visited at the homes of Mr.
any hard seats or teachers or after reading about the Presi-
none of the occupants were ser- been ill in St. Vincents hospital, and Mrs. McCabe, Mr. and Mrs.
exams or . . . ’’
| dent’s duties, although he does
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improving ««J
and is expected UntYIn
home Tk,:
Thompson
Mrs.
Lee DAtmutzlrv*
Beveridge
Stanley (with a dark frown admit that the salary does tempt
: this afternoon.
I Sunday.
Miss
Kathryn
Malmsten
is
visit
­
on his face)—“Aw shut up, you’re him.
Misses Allie and Page Simmons ing Louise Roberson at Jeffer­ An important meeting of the1 Dr. W. H. Hurley was a busi-
Edmund Roediger’s gum vanish- entertained a group of girls with son, Oregon, this week.
thinkin’ of heaven.”
I Rainbow Girls is called for next >»•»> visitor from Portland Thurs-
a
slumber party at their home
' ing into thin air as he steps over
Mozelle Hair, secretary of the > Monday night, according to Mrs. ! day.
O. Henry Oleen, Democratic
Warren A.—“Do you know the threshold of the junior room. Monday evening. Those present extension course at University, | A. J. Hughes.
TIMBER LINE STAFF
Mary Ann Childs, Zonweiss of Oregon, visited her uncle | NoJjle Dunlap was called Mon­ | candidate for representative, was
why the prisoners in Sing Sing | Let that be a lesson to you, Ed. were
toiwn Tuesday in the interest
Douglass, Charlotte and Nelle
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hair; day from his construction job on l in
EDGAR CRAWFORD
i Don’t let the young ladies “pull Green, Florence Wall, Edna Ow­ and
can’t play a victrola?”
the Clatskanie Masonic hall be­ of his campaign.
last
week.
Editor
| your leg” after this. That’s what ens, Allie and Page Simmons.
Jeanette J.—“No, why?”
Miss Joy Bush has just return-1 cause of the fire situation near
WILLIAM PRINGLE
Warren—“Because their rec- happened to Ivan Reed.
Word has been received here ed from a visit at the home of his home. He states that the hall
MARGARET M c D onald
that
Wallace
McCrae
and
Ernest
is
nearly
ready
for
finishing.
great
Aspiring
orators
heaving
ords
are
bad.
”
Helen
Hackett
in
Portland.
Assistant Editor
The Vernonia library board is
Candidate for
sighs of relief upon the receival Calef, both former coaches of
Patricia and Alice Baker of
HARVEY EDENS
Vernonia Grade school, are at­ Wilark
spent one of the holidays to hold a meeting Monday after-
of
the
news
that
assembly
has
The
Visitor,
admiringly
—
“
I
’
ll
County
Commissioner
tending
University
of
Oregon.
Senior Reporter
at the home of Nadine Aldrich. 1 noon.
been postponed.
bet you’re a football player.”
The Vernonia grade school is
On
Democratic
Ticket
MILLICENT RATK1E
nuu
ic.aiiicu
.J
B.
A.
Howell,
son
of
Mrs.
G.
Norman Green who returned a
Somebody writing notes to installing two new drinking foun­ few
Art Nanson—“Well’ yes; I do
weeks ago from California W. Foust, surprised her by com-
Junior Iceporter
Resident
of
Columbia
coun­
tains
this
week.
somebody
else.
Stop
that,
De
Loss.
the aerial work for the team.”
where he had been visiting at I ing in for a short visit last ty 54 years; taxpayer 40
BERI EASTMAN
Fred Spring, former teacher in the home of Reverend William'weekend.
Keep your mind on football.
The visitor—“How’s that?"
Lee Beveridge, now working at years. We believe Nehalem
Sophomore Reporter
And would you believe it: [the Washington school, has se­ Reedy, has been enjoying “rush
Art—“I pump up the football.”
a teaching position in the week” at Oregon State.
Dee, Oregon, visited his family I Valley is entitled to represen-
ALICE HOFFMAN
Bert Mills, sitting with Florence cured
Milwaukie grade school.
Margaret McDonald, Margaret Saturday and Sunday, returning tation on the county court,
Freshman Reporter
Tichenor. Ahem!
Mr. and Mrs. John Hall and Nelson, Leona Hillman, Reba Ad­ to his work Sunday evening.
Dente Fog Detains Busses
| yyj][ give the people a fair
family, while on the way to Ver­ ams and Leona New attended the’
Bert E. talking to Gert E.
Evelyn T Baker, sister of Mrs. an(] economical administration
nonia
to
attend
the
funeral
of
Harold King picking grouse
football game at Forest Grove O. D. McCabe and E. S. Thomp- p
COURAGE, SPEAKERS
. .
„Q Q
The dense fog last Thursday
Mrs. Hall’s father, were crowded Saturday.
son, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter i f alp, A“V', .
.....
morning caused several busses to( ' meat out of his teeth.
off the road by a large truck.
Rainbow practice was held at Morris and daughter Joan of Port- to the best QI my ability.
1 The pig’s eye in Mrs. Malm-
How many students, when ask­ be late.
the Masonic temple Wednesday
ed to make a speech, say, “Oh, I
afternoon.
The Mist bus encountered the sten’s science room getting a close pickled in alchohol.
The dead optic was brought
Ethel Spencer of Treharne suf­
couldn’t get up before that worst fog, arriving ten minutes ■scrutiny. (Ugh! Oh, that awful
to
school and donated to the fered a badly sprained wrist at
thing!)
crowd.”
late. The other busses were not
last week.
Rare harmony issuing forth science class by two girls of the school
If you put the idea firmly into so late.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith and,
freshman class. They were Misses family
from
the
music
room
as
the
or-
The
fog
and
smoke
caused
J
have moved to St.Helens.
your head that your speech will
Lindgren and Tomlin.
Miss Dorothy Throop visited in
be a failure it probably will be. such an impenetrable mixture that; chetsra swings into action.
Vernonia over the weekend.
Clara Archibald sporting
Have self confidence; that’s the the busses could barely move
The small son of Mr. and Mrs.
DO YOU KNOW THAT:
strange ring. (Hey!)
along safely.
idea.
Charles Justice of Treharne is
Warren Aldrich studied for a very
A football suit running around
ill.
Under Government Supervision
Naturally if the speaker is at
with Stanley Parker. Where’re short time last week? . . . That
Miss Ethel Tousley became the
ease the audience will listen re­ PICTURES TAKEN
Ivan
could
sing?
Neither
did
bride
of
Archie
Adams
on
Thurs
­
you
going
with
“
kid
”
,
pants.
BY MR. MCNEIL
The Forest Grove Nat’l. Bank
spectfully, barring, of course, the
*♦♦♦*♦
of last week at
♦ we . . . Dora Louden is the tall­ day afternoon
J. B. McNeil, well known com­
usual “know-nothings” who have
*
♦ est junior girls? So’s her sister. Hillsboro. A Congregational min­
Forest Grove, Oregon
WHAT THE CLASSES
officiated at the ceremony.
made up their minds to taunt the mercial photographer, visited Ver­
... A. romance is budding in the ister
ARE DOING
nonia
high
school
last
Wednes
­
The
witnesses
were
Mr.
and
Mrs.
THE ROLL OF HONOR BANK
speaker at the least slip.
junior room? . . . Typing is Oscar Kaphammer.
day, Sept. 27, and took pictures,
The
ladies
of
the
Rebekah
lodge
So, prospective speakers, keep
thought
to
be
a
difficult
sub­
The classes with advisors had
The civics class is studying
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
will meet at the home of Mrs.
the idea that you’re going before their pictures taken. All the ad- the President’s cabinet.
ject by junior students.
Kilby
to
quilt
this
afternoon.
At Call of the Comptroller of Currency
■
O
"
the audience to tell them some­ visors except Mr. Wilkerson of
The agriculture class is study­ VERNONIA HIGH DEFEATED
thing that you’re going to think the senior class occupied central ing about corn.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
June 30, 1932
44 TO 0 BY PACIFIC ROOKS In the County Court of the State
of nothing else, but putting the positions.
The chemistry class is studying
RESOURCES
facts firmly and clearly before
Of Oregon for the County
Mr. McNeil took orders for the properties of water.
The Vernonia high school foot­
$321.832.25
your listeners.
Of Columbia
Loans
...................................
pictures Friday.
The sociology class is discus­ ball team was swamped last Sat­
18,400.00
In
the
matter
of
the
Estate
of
Banking
House
...................
Something may also be said in
Mr. McNeil has traveled widely sing heredity and environment.
urday, October 1, by a much heav-
3,291.00
Real Estate .........................
respect to the attitude of the in the interest of photography.
The English 7 classes are work­ rer and more experienced team LEO THOMAS CLARK, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
U. S., Municipal,
audience. If the listeners expect
— o—
ing on sentence improvement.
from Pacific university second
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Other Bonds $204,408.18
the talkers to make successful and
American history classes are string men, on the Pacific univer-
that the undersigned has been ap-
«
Cash and Due
easily understood speeches they
HI LIFE
studying the early colonization of sity field.
pointed administrator of the es-
from Banks
109,985.97 314,394.15
must co-operate.
Read It and Weep
America.
The rooks’ criss-cross, reverses, tate of Leo Thomas Clark, de-
— o—
$657,917.40
The junior science class has and line plays had the boys from ceased,
by the above entitled
STEADY SENIORS
Hi, pals. Again we have that just finished the solar system and Vernonia puzzled. Their touch­ Court and has duly qualified. All
LIABILITIES
The seniors will have to be observant “key-hole” advocate is now on the subject of air.
downs were all from criss-cross persons having claims against said
Capital
.............
$25,000.00
The
geometry
1
class
under
Mr.
with
his
woeful
tales
with
us.
careful of their attitude from
plays.
estate
are
hereby
notified
to
pre
­
Surplus
.............
50,000.00
Upon keeping his “weather McEntire is on proposition 9.
now on. They were warned by
The Vernonia team met great sent the same, duly verified as
92,763.63
Undivided Profits 17,763.63
The commercial law class is success with their passes although
Mr. Wilkerson that on the slight­ eye peeled” he saw and heard the
by law required, to the under­
Circulation ........................... 24,700.00
dealing with contracts.
est inclination of the senior class following sad affairs:
they did not net them any touch­ signed at Vernonia, Columbia
Deposits ............................... 540,453.77
The French class is now on downs. The high school team, county, Oregon, within six months
Senior first year typists call­
to waver from the “straight and
$657,917.40
narrow path of good behavior” ing their typewriters endearing conjugation.
Nanson passing, made consider­ from the date of the first publi­
—o—
J.
A.
Thornburgh,
President
they would be removed from the names. (Oh Yeah!)
able headway, only to be stopped cation of this notice.
Seniors looking very dignified TEACHERS’ INSTITUTE
R. G. Thornburgh, Cashier
senior room to regular study hall,
by their heavier opponents.
Dated and first published Sep­
as
they
gaze
at
“
the
little
birdie
”
John E. Bailey, Vice-President
CONVENES OCTOBER 3
Be careful, seniors, for you
The rooks scored four touch­ tember 9th, 1932.
W. J. Mills, Asst. Cashier
must not lose that dignity 1 which on having their picture taken.
downs in the first half and three
LOUIS
WOLD,
I.nni«o Wliit.v”
Harold Knox, Asst. Cashier
Tt
nual teachers’ institute in the last, converting on three.
is supposed to be and which i i® In
Administrator.
typing class.
d Monday and lasted
“nil mighty seniors.’
SAFETY
DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
John L. Foote, Attorney
The senior encyclopedias I < t i
’uesday, October 4.
—o—
for
Administrator.
(37c5)
ing wi 11 worn after a week of
a high school along with
SIDE SLIPS
HOME LAUNDRY
•age by levies students.
•ols was dismissed for
HILLSBORO
dartin
Hillman,
“
Monk
”
to
hi.,
days. No hard feeling
two bells for ..ehooi?"
rt of students existed
Pick-ups Tuesdays, Fridays
Peggy B.—“Nope, they ring fellow chemists, compounding a on the
r<rw theory as to the displace­ OLvause Ot this.
Leave orders at
the same bell twice."
ment of ions in the atmosphere.
JOY BARBER SHOP
Sir Ivan Reed feeling very I PICKLED SPECIMEN
Teacher (to Stanley Parker) —
DRAWS INTEREST
“Stanley, if school didn’t have chivalrous and happy over his de-|
INSTANT POSTUM — Large size........................ PKGE. ..
39c
feat of the typing jinx andj
:
Accompanied by many ughs!
'
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1
Al
l
1L
V , of n vr
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
beaming upon his faithful steed land Ohs! the students
Verno-
CALUMET BAKING POWDER —1-lb. Can.......... CAN................ 26c
Notice is hereby given that the (the typewriter).
nia high school last week gazed
Bob Cline and Art Nanson in upon a new addition to the sci-
undersigned as Superintendent of
VELVET TOILET TISSUE — Fine Quality, 1000 sheet rolls 5 for 23 c
Banks for -the State of Oregon a “huddle” discussing problems lence class collection,
OYSTERS — Otter brand — Fancy New Pack, 5-oz..... CAN......... |QC
is in charge of the assets and af­ best known to themselves. Oh| The weaker sex could hardly
fairs of Bank of Vernonia, Verno­ Mona!
¡stand to look at this pig’s eyej
American Legion
CORN — H-D — Fancy Yellow Bantam, 2’s.............. 2 For
25c
Clarence Lindsey slipping steal­
nia, Oregon, for the purpose of
rrtTtrrr—
Vernonia Post
liquidation. All persons who may thily into the senior room from
PEP
HOT
SAUCE
—
Regular
Size
—
Today
............
6
For
...........
25c
1 1 9, American
have claims against said bank are the typing room with murder in
Realistic
Legion.
Meets
COCOA — Hershey’s — ^-lb. Tin,Delicious and Healthful TIN .... |QC
hereby notified to make legal his eyes.
Permanent
4th
proof thereof by filing a duly
The football team depending
I
2nd
a
n
d
With.. Ringlette
CARNATION ROLLED OATS — Large Pkg, with China............... 29c
verified claim, as by law provided, upon Edgar Crawford's size (?)
Tuesdays
each
Ends. A Steam
with the Deputy Superintendent football shoes to win the game
month,
8.
p.
m.
Wave at reduced
J. E. Kerr, Com­
of Banks in charge at the office Saturday. A good understanding.
prices.
Today a Chandu Trick Box — Regular price
of Bank of Vernonia, on or be­ Dorothy Ratkie glaring at Har­
$J.5O and $^.50 mander; Eugene Shipman, Adj.
$2.00. Contains 10 tricks. FREE — WITH
fore October 5, 1932.
vey Edens.
I Large Pkge. and 1 Small Pkge.
A. A. SCHRAMM,
Harold Heenan again sporting
A. F. & A. M.
Regular $5 wave
Superintendent of Banks.
WHITE KING Granulated Soap
some snappy maroon colored fin-
Vernonia Lodge No. 184
First date of publication July gernails.
A. F. & A. M. meets
ALL
Pound ........................ 11c
at
Masonic
Temple,
8, 1932.
Bert Mills declaring that he
FOR
BEAUTY
SHOPPE
Stated
Communication
Last date of publication Octo­ will not run for president of the
Phone 431
Bridge St.
First Thursday of each
ber 14, 1932.
United States in the year 1952,
month. Special called
POP CORN — Jolly Time
meetmgs on all other Thurs-
10 oz. tins. The
Pound
8c
day nights 7:30 p.m. Visitors
guaranteed quality
For
most cordially welcome.
Shldr.
K. A. McNeill, W. M.
Timberline
mmb
r
Special {or Friday & Saturday
LODGES I
MEAT
Beef Roast
Annette
Beef Rib Boil
2
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.
BARRFP
«¡HOPS
■
BARBER
J D ▼
SHOP
Haircutting for Men
Women and Children
Expert Work Guaranteed
DENTISTS
RFSTAURANTS
M. D. COLE
MARY KATO
CHOP SUEY RESTAURANT
Dentist
Vernonia, Oregon
Open Friday, Saturday
And Sunday
729 THIRD STREET
CARD ROOM
PASTIME
CARDS AND
LIGHT LUNCHES
’ ’
' ~ tiler, Prop.
•M t- ACTORS
JOHN
Get
MILLER
>1 ’ontractor
iviaton Work, Building
BAFFORD BROS
General Plumbing
Vernonia
Phone
Walnut 7586
Res. Phone
Walnut 2911
Willard H. Hurley, D. M. D.
DENTISTRY
1729 Denver Ave. at Kilpat­
rick St., Portland, Ore.
Willard Batteries
VIOLET RAY GASOLINE
Oils . . . Expert Greasing
VERNONIA
SERVICE STATION
Order of Eastern Star
Nehalom Chapter 153,. O. E. S.
Regular commu­
nication first
and third Wed-
L ? nesdays of each ,
month, at Ma­
sonic Temple.
All visiting sis­
ters and broth­
ers welcome.
Lillian Brown, W. M.
Leona McGraw, Sec.
Mountain Heart
Rebekah Lodge No. 243
No. 243, I.O.O.F., meet» »very1
second and fourth Thursdays in
I. O. O. F. hall, Vernonia. Visit- j
ors always welcome.
Helen Fogel, Noble Grand.
Emma Miller, Secretary.
Physican and Surgeon
Phone Hospital 931
Town Office 891
DR. J. A. HUGHES
Office with Crawford
Motor Co.
Telephones
Physician and Sargeon
Office Phone 663
íes. Phone 664
2-inl, Shinola or Jet Oil. .)
Choice, black or brown
Vernonia,
Oregon
For real bargains—watch the
classified columns of the Eagle.
Pythian Sister*
Vernonia Temple 61 meets
every 2nd and 4th Wednesdays in
W.O.W. hall.
Edna Brown, M. E. C.
Clara Kerns, M. or R. & C.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
FOR
Pound
25c
Pound............................ 10c
11c
Breast of Veal
Pound........................... 12c
PUMPKIN — Gold Bar
Fancy, Golden Yellow.
Northern pack. 2Vi's ...
FREE — Funny Jungleland Book with
PRODUCE
Sweet Potatoes
9Gp
New Crop 8-lbs.
Summer Squash
Cauliflower
Carrots
lie
Fresh Side Pork
PUREX — Large Quart Size
The master bleacher and
water softener. BOTTLE ...............
Celery
Portland-Vernonia
Truck Line
w. A. DAVIS, Proprietor
Daily Service
Pork Roast
SHOE POLISH
DOCTORS
Marvin R. Eby, M. D.
23c
,ie
2
KELLOGG PEP
1QP
Packages for ........................... lOv
CERTO-
FOT perfect jams and
jellies. Today—BOTTLE ......
25c
RAISINS — IRIS
Choice Seedless. 15-oz.
pkg. Extra value __
3
pkg .
19c
COFFEE — Maxwell House
“Good to the last drop.”
1-POUND CAN .................................
Q Z»
ÖOC
HARDING LODGE 11«
Meets every Monday
night in the I.O.O.F.
hall. Visiting broth-
era welcome. R*y
Mills, C. C.
H. Culbertson, K.R.S.
Nehalem Market & Grocery
(Incorporated)