Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, October 07, 1932, Page 4, Image 4

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1932.
VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNONIA, OREGON
PAGE FOUR
MRS. COLE ENTERTAINS
FOR MRS. REITHNER
CARD OF THANKS
To the Knights of Pythias and
to all friends and neighbors who
(helped us in our time of trouble,
Mrs. M. D. Cole entertained I
FOR SALE
with two tables of bridge Satur­
we wish to express our sincere
Chas. Dodge has moved to Bux-
FOR SALE — Four-year old day evening in honor of the
thanks. We are especially grate­
EVANGELICAL
CHURCH
birthday of Mrs. C. W. Reithner.
Jersey
ful for the beautiful floral gifts.
jersey cow, been
ueen fresh
irean 6 o weeks,
w..», Particip,ating were Mr. and Mrs. ton and will make his home with
G. W. Plumer, Pastor
$35.00. H. H. Tracey, just below
E S.
s. Thompson,
Thomps
" and ”
Mr. and Mrs. John Hall.
•el°w ; j E.
Mr.
Mrs. L. I his mother.
The Sunday school meets at
George Douthet has returned 9:45 a. m. Be on time. The pastor
41c?IH.
Dewey, Mr. and Mrs. Reithner
Pittsburg.
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----- 1 ana
and ur.
Dr. ana
and Mrs.
Mrs. voie.
Cole.
from Gresham, where he was visit­ will speak on the subject at 11
A GREAT ADVANCE
Weaver! High score was won by Mrs. ing relatives.
PIGS FOR SALE
a. m., “How Much Do You Owe?”
41tf | Reithner and Mr. Dewey.
Clark._________
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stanton
IN HOME SEWING
The Christian Endeavor meets |
CONCORD GRAPES —Ripe now.I
and daughter Lawanda have mov­ at 6:30 p. m. The pastor will take)
ed to Gaston. They will occupy a as his theme at 7:30 p. m. “What
Cheap for 2 cents a pound.
WITH THE NEW
Winema High
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Shipley of
Dick Hölscher, Route 1, Forest'
farm there.
Is of Most Importance in the
Grove.
40*2
Mrs. Dan Brown of Portland Coming City, County, State and I Portland have purchased the 40-
was a caller at the home of her National Election.” Every voter ! I acre tract on Pebble creek from
School Notes
BARRED ROCK FRYERS for
V. L. Powell and are planning on
sister at camp.
ought to be present.
sale. Also choice honey. Elton
Gerald Baker of Sherwood was | You will find a welcome with making an ideal little summer
L. Smith, Riverview, opposite Sid­ Ruth Skaling spent Wednesday
1 home out of it. The Shipleys are
a guest at the home of his bro­ us.
ney Malmsten’s.
38*3tf night with Cecilia Nordstrom.
living in the Powell apartments
ther, Sidney, the past week. While
while working on the place.
There
was
teachers
’
institute
in
here
he
enjoyed
a
hunting
trip
’
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
TRADE OR SWAP
Geo. A. Bauman of Forest
Columbia county so all the pupils and shot a two-point buck.
1
F. Claude Stephens, Minister
Grove, district manager of the
HOLSTEIN COW — Giving milk enjoyed a vacation Monday and
Mr. and Mrs. Parson, Mrs.
Sunday October 9: 9:45 a. m. West Coast Telephone company,
due to freshen Feb. 1. Will ¡Tuesday.
Hines and Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Bible school; 10:45 a. m., Divine was in Vernonia for a short time
at a naw
trade for fresh cow or one due] Nola Redmond spent last week Marion Dooley and children Fan- ’ morning worship, theme, Precious Monday while on his way back
extraord­
I from Clatskanie.
to freshen soon, or will trade end with her cousin, Cecil Brown, ces and Virginia of Forest Grove ' Promises.
inarily
I
Roy
Raymond
expects
to
leave
pigs for cow. Prefer Jersey. E. G. at Mist.
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.
low prie«
At 3:00 p. m., Junior C. E., | about the middle of the month
Roediger.
41*1
Inas Kroll was a visitor at the Crawford over Sunday.
6:30 p. m., Christian Endeavor, I in order to resume his work of
Have the new Paris styles . . . the assured
Yamada home Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Wells and chil­ also a special class in “What I installing electrical equipment in
fashion hits while they are new ... bo fka
WANTED
Mr. Bryant: “Kenneth, what is dren of Vernonia have moved into Believe”'; 7:30 p. m. evangelistic ¡the new mill at Bradwood, below
first
to have these smart and easily-mada
Wauna. Construction of this mill
the Russell Stanton house. Mr. services.
fashions.
Will give legal services in ex­ a transparent object ”
was
interrupted
about
a
year
change for wood, farm products Kenneth: “One that you can Wells is employed at Clark and
Special notice given the an­ ago by the depression. Mr. Ray-
• Advance Patterns are correctly styled and
Wilson camp.
or anything I can use. Lester look through.”
nual father and son week. You 1 niond anticipates that two or
scientifically accurate in every detail. Coms
Mr.
B:
“
That
is
correct.
Now
Mrs. H. M. Smith visited at the are welcome to the services of three months work will be re­
Sheeley.
tf.
in and try them.
quired to finish installing the
Kenneth, can you name some­ home of Mrs. G. Schmidlin at ' this day. Come and enjoy it.
electrical equipment.
WANTED — Baby buggy. En­ thing that is transparent?”
• Every pattern site carried In itoci , , t
Vernonia.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Claude Steph­
Bible School Notes
no delays.
quire Eagle office.
41*1
Kenneth: “A doughnut.”
Men from this vicinity have
Advance
Splendid attendance last Sun­ ens, son Dean, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Cecil Brown was a visitor been helping to fight fire over day. Although we didn’t quite James Brady and children, and
Pattern
• Advance Patterns are Quality Patterns.
MISCELLANEOUS
Mrs. Brady’s mother, Mrs. Hob-
No. 811
at school Wednesday.
at Timber all of last week.
reach our goal. That doesn’t daunt! ison, had dinner with Mr. and
NOTICE — I will not be respon­ The boys practiced basketball
our enthusiasm in the least. Two I Mrs. J. F. Rose Monday evening.
sible for any bills or debts con­ Wednesday night in the high Timber P.-T. A.
new members placed their mem-| I The Legion Auxiliary will meet I
school
gym.
Monday.
tracted by Verda Lamoreaux.
bership with us in the church ser-| next
Receives
Teachers
Doris Chapman, daughter of
Kenneth and Maxine Bollinger
Dayton Lamoreaux.
41*6
vice.
|
Mr,
and
Mrs. C. A. Chapman,
were visitors in Vernonia Wed­
A happy time was enjoyed byi I was operated on for mastoid in
DEPARTMENT • STORE
TIMBER — (Special.) — The everyone who remained for thei 'Emanuel hospital, Portland, Wed-
nesday night.
STORE
NUMBER 1436
VERNONIA, OREGON
Lucille Camberg and Helen Timber P.-T. A. gave a reception basket dinner.
inesday. She is doing nicely and
I is expected home within a few
Beach attended the basketball for the teachers at the grade
Tuesday night was the regular
practice Wednesday evening at school house Wednesday night, I meeting of the Bible school coun-i , days.
Mrs. Marvin R. Eby and daugh-
September
28.
the
gym.
cil. Some interesting plans were ters Dois and Edith were in Ore-
I
Helen Beach was a guest of
Mrs. Inez Miller of Monmouth made for the future. We are gon
City yesterday after a visit
•
Eby nru:i_
’s parents
in __
Van-
LEGISLATIVE PROGRAM
Maxine Bollinger Thursday night. was the speaker and gave a very! starting a new campaign for the with
• the
4-K
_____ Mrs.
eouver
, r»
B i/t
c. While in
north
OF O. HENRY OLEEN
Some of the students went up interesting talk on the Zorn-] different classes. Come and learn'Lois and Edith were taken sick,
to see the fire at Deep creek Macpherson bill, She was accom-1 the details.
but are again well. Mrs. Eby and
FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY, OCT. 7, 8 & 11
children are expected in Ver­
1. Service to the people and which was burning near Red- panied by Miss Schultz.
’ There will be a special musical the
mond’s.
The rest of the program was | number next Sunday during the nonia today.
tax reduction.
We're always glad to see new customers because
While on a visit at her sister’s
Emanuel: “I want some winter given by local talent after which Bible school hour.
2. Reduce Oregon auto license
they always become old friends. If you, who read this,
in
McMinnville
last
Saturday
Mrs.
lunch was served.
to conform with Washington and underwear.”
haven't become acquainted With Safeway’s money-sav­
E. J. Douglass had the misfor­
Come, you are welcome.
Storekeeper: “How long?”
tune of slipping on some steps
California.
ing
service, drop in anytime, whether you buy any­
W. M. S. To Meet
and breaking her ankle. She was
Emmanuel: “I don’t want to Mrs. Marshall Given
3. All auto license and gas tax
thing or not, look around and see for yourself why
The W. M. S. of the Christian in the McMinnville hospital
above what is needed to properly rent ’em, I want to buy them.”
Safeway values are better throughout.
church will meet in their regular several days, but is now at
take care of bonded indebtedness Edith Carl was a visitor at Birthday Surprise
monthly meeting at the parsonage sister’s home. Her daughter
should be used for relief of un­ Jewell Saturday evening.
vian is with her.
Mr?. Dave Marshall was ,
pleas-
__ Monday evening, Oct. 12, at 7:30.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray D. Fisher
employed on road work all over Albert Roseniberg hauled wood antly
All members and friends of the and daughter Margaret were visi­
surprised
at
her
home
on
the state; thereby relieving pro­ one day last week for George Friday of last week, the occasion church are cordially invited to tors in Portland and McMinnville
Idaho Small White, Red Mexican, Great Northern
being her birthday.
perty of any tax or bond issue for Hill.
over the weekend. Mrs. Fisher
Those present were Mrs. Judd meet with us.
It was very smoky in the valley
the relief of the unemployed.
'and
Margaret
are
spending
a
week
The men of the church are to
Mrs. E. A. Green,
at the home of her parents near
LBS.
4. Safeguard Oregon’s water last week because of the sur- Greenman,
Mrs. A. J. Hughes, Mrs. W. T. be our guests for the evening.
Tigard.
rounding
forest
fires.
The
school
power resources for the people;
Lilly, Mrs. Fred Wall, Mrs. F.
The Campfire Girls will have a
establish a sound program of pub- busses had to pick their way care­ M. Ruhl, Mrs. J. H. Burnside,
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
candy sale Saturday at 8 o’clock
MACARONI ....
3-lbs.
fully as the dense smoke com­ Mrs. E. A. Matthews, Mrs. Chas.
lie power development.
Radio listeners in Vernonia and at the ticket drawing. The purpose
E. Richardson and Mrs. H. V.
Rose City cut.
5. Laws that will increase cir­ bined with the heavy fog made Holcomb.
vicinity will have an opportunity of the sale is to raise money to
culation of money and help refi­ driving very dangerous.
next Saturday to hear some ques­ pay Campfire dues.
SYRUP .................. 5-lb. can .......
nance loans at a lower rate of in­ The high school girls started which put an end to the singing. tions regarding Christian Science
Max-i-muM Cane and Maple.
playing basketball Thursday, and Three girls brought cakes so we answered by on authorized repre­
terest.
JOY THEATRE
6. Revision of banking laws they hope to compete with neigh­ had a wonderful lunch of ice sentative of Mrs. Eddy’s church.
SOAP
......................... 12 Bars.......
TOUCHDOWN, with Richard
cream and cake. After the lunch, It will be a 15 minute dialogue
safeguarding the banks and guar­ boring schools soon.
Luna,
the big selling laundry soap.
Arlen, Peggy Shannon and others,
anteeing full payment of all de­ The students of Winema high they played games, in which all broadcast from Portland over sta­ including an all-star football cast,
OYSTERS ................. 3 Cans.........
posits. This will restore confi­ school wish to express our sincere participated. Mr. Bryant kept it tion KALE (1300 k.c.); Saturday Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 8 and
Gulf Kist or Daufuski.
6 Cans 47c
dence in our banking system and appreciation for the wonderful for a complete surprise to all the night. October 8, at eight o’­ 9. Admission 10c and 25c. (adv.)
time we had in the gym Friday. students.
put money in circulation.
clock. Any one desiring reliable
Edih Carl and Lucille Camberg information regarding Christian | ing talk, given in simple everyday
7. Laws that will promote bet­ Mr. Bryant told us to go out in
ter markets for Oregon products the gym where the piano was so were visitors at Clatskanie Satur­ Science will find this an interest- language.
we could sing. As we were sing­ day afternoon.
and increased payrolls.
—Editor, Edith Carl.
SACK
8. Lower taxes by eliminating ing he brought in some ice cream,
all non-essential state commis­
Per BBL....... $3.90
sions and inspectors.
9. Old age pension without levy­
sack ’
ing any tax on real property;
Per
BBL
.......
$3.50
thereby relieving considerable of
PROPOSED
the tax now levied on property
to care for the aged poor.
10. To give employment to more
OATS........................ 9-lb. Bag......
labor, enforce the eight-hour law
Buckeye, regular.
The purpose of the measure is to preserve the life
of our highways, and without interfering with the
with compulsory payment of timq
reasonable and proper use thereof by those who made
SALMON......................... Can........
and one-half for all overtime
possible their construction; secure lower license fees
Del Monte Fancy
2 Cans 29c
where the state has the power.
for automobile owners by directing the State Highway
Red Sockeye, No. 1 tins.
11. Tax limitation bill. When
Commission to classify the traffic on such highways
and, by study, determine the burdens imposed by each
the combined tax levy is 50 mills'
SOUP ....................... 3 Cans
class, in order that the legislature may be in a posi­
or more it shall require 75 per
tion
to
make
a
just
and
fair
redistribution
of
license
Van Camp’s Tomato
When your suits can be pressed and
cent or more of the vote to levy
fees and other charges as between the users thereof;
any new special tax or bond is­
increase the highway fund by imposing reasonable
RICE ............ ............. 10-lbs.
sue except to take care of bond-j
charges upon ‘contract haulers”—now permitted to op­
cleaned
by
our
new
modern
process
at
low
Fancy Broken.
25-lbs. 69c.
erate
upon
payment
of
only
double
ordinary
license
ed indebtedness already incurred.
fees; place all such “contract haulers” (like “common
12. Columbia county’s share of
carriers”) under the control of the State Service Com­
prices in keeping with the times.
state highway fund and do my
they must secure a permit to
missioner, from whom
‘
best to secure a fair representa­
operate; reduce the size, weight and load of certain
prohibit
the
of »*>
all trailers weigh-
motor
vehicles;
piunrvii.
me use u,
Max-i-muM, for better pancakes with
tion in the legislature for Colum­
ing more than 3000 pounds loaded; limit the speed
bia county.
that old-fashioned taste. 2 Mi-lb. Pkg. ....
of oil trucks to 25 miles per hour; regulate the move
move- ­
13. Twenty-five per cent reduc­
ment of explosives; secure reasonable working hours
tion in all state salaries over
for drivers of motor vehicles operated by “contract
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY
$4500.
haulers”; and require Buch “contract haulers” to carry
liability and property damage insurance.
The prosperity of the state and
Until the State Highway Commission reports its
nation depends upon well paid
findings, and the legislature redistributes the license
wage earners and farmers. My
fees and other charges, such charges are fixed at the fol­
vote shall be cast for the welfare
lowing rates:
and prosperity of the rommon
Freight “Motor Carriers" operating on regular routes
PHONE 711
people.
between fixed termini—1H mills per ton mile.
Freight “Contract Haulers”—1 *4 mills per ton mile
O. Henry Oleen.
with double license fee left undisturbed.
Passenger “Contract Haulers”—same charge as is
now imposed on passenger “Motor Carriers”—H mill
per passenger mile, computed on seating capacity.
“Contract Haulers” engaged in transporting both
passengers and freight in same vehicle—% mill per pas­
senger mile and 1 *7 mill per ton mile.
Motor vehicles used exclusively for the transportation
of school children and teachers, those operating in rural
communities without profit, and those used primarily for
the transportation of property owned by a non-profit
co-operative association, are exempt. Motor vehicles
owned and operated 'by ijovernmental agencies are
also exempt.
Incorporated cities and towns are left free to
enact and enforce such reasonable regulations as are
not inconsistent with the provisions of the proposed law.
Nothing in the measure will operate to deprive
any community of an adequate truck and bus service.
Sugar cured
1 w II],
Treharne
ANNOUNCING
Person«
15*
J.C.PENNEYGO.
The Open
Forum - -
BEANS
6
13
17c
55c
25c
25c
FLOUR
Safeway
High Spots
81.00
Primrose
90c
Highway Protection Law
29c
15c
17c
Pancake Flour
Bananas
Cauliflower
Vernonia Laundry
CLOSING-OUT SALE NOW ON
Pork
111C
Roasts 1 ■ 2 lb.
Entire Stock of Holtliaui's Store to be Sold Out
Shortening
Men’s. Ladies* and Childrens* Shoes
And Men's Furnishings at Cut Priées
Bacon 1 0 C
« buoni * WORKINGMEN'S STORE
OREGON
VOTE 314 X YES
FREIGHT TRUCK AND BUS BILL
Highway Protective Association
531 Railway Exchange Building
Portland. Oregon
(Pd. Adr.)
Pork 1
Steak 1
5fb.
3 lbs. 25 c
Bacon
Squares
Vernonia Safeway Store
2 b
pound 3 c
3 heads I Oc
1 Oc
1 Mb.
Phons 741
w ’
s: ML ^4
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