Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, April 13, 1934, Page 2, Image 2

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FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1934.
VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNONIA, OREGON
PAGE TWO
Riverview
left Friday for Chehalis after
Mrs. Frank Crawford who is vis­
iting there.
Virginia Cummings was a Mon­
day night guest of Mrs. Ray Tay­
lor on Corey hill.
Natal
KEASEY
Bernice Lofgren
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis White and
Virgil Powell took a truck load
Mr. and Mrs. William Bridgers, family returned Sunday after
who operate the store at Mist,, spending a week in northern
of Mist CCC boys to Salem and ALBERT WOOD GETS WORD
Washington.
have returned from California.
Estacada last Thursday.
OF BILL AMENDING LAW
Those on the sick list this
Frank White made a business
Miss Beatrice Perry and her
ON ROUTE CONTRACTS
week are Mrs. Jay Burtraw of
grandmother, Mrs. Burris, were i trip to Portland this week.
Souls Hill, Mrs. J. I. Robbins
Anna DeVaney spent the week
Albert Wood, has been advoca­ in Vernonia Wednesday.
arid Richard Robbins.
ting for a number of years
George Brown and his assis­ end in Portland visiting witn her
Al Hartung of Ostrander, Wn.,j amendment of the postal laws tant, Mr. Lee, came in from brother Orris.
visited with home folks over the with respeet to cancellation of Fresno, Calif., with a truck load' Mrs. D. K. Mendenhall visited
week end.
with Mrs. DeVaney Friday and
of bees.
Mrs. Elsie Stauffer of Battle j star route mail contracts, has re­
ceived word that a bill incorpor­
Mrs. Anna Banzer and her left for Portland Saturday.
Ground, Wash., and Margaret ating the changes he suggested
Otto Boeck is now living on
brother
Pete went to Hillsboro
Wells of Camas, Wash., were was introduced in Congress March
the old Boeck place.
Friday
to
get
some
baby
chicks.
guests for a few days of Mr. and 23 by Representative Chas. H.
John Luther’s brother and wife
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Devine and and mother visited them Sunday.
Mrs. Wm. Heath.
Martin.
Reed
Holding
were
in
Vernonia
Craig Donaway and Mrs. Lena
The home nursing class will
The bill states that when exten­
McFall were in Portland Mon-, sions of service on mail routes last week.
meet at the home of Mrs. John
Noble Dunlap has been away Luther Wednesday.
day on business.
under contract are ordered pro
Mrs. A. D. Lolley left Monday rata additional pay shall be given, from home doing carpenter work
The East Side Logging Co.
far Portland for medical treat- i and that no contract shall be can­ the last week.
moved out four donkeys this
hient. She expects to return in a celed solely by reason of such ex­
A large crowd enjoyed the I week to Estacada where they are
week.
tension. The existing law stipu­ dance sponsored by the home now logging.
Bill Heath has two cabins rent-' lates that additional pay shall not economics committee at Natal
cd to fern pickers from Castle ( be in excess of pro-rata, but in Saturday evening.
CALL FOR WARRANTS
Rock. They will be here for a; practice the post office depart-
R. S. Lindsay was in Yankton
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
couple of weeks.
mnt often made it less than pro­ Sunday*.
that all general fund warrants of
Jay Burtraw of Souls Hill and rata and in some cases canceled
Noble Dunlap visited his moth­ Columbia County endorsed “not
F. Hersy of Bacona were Verno-I the entire contract. Mr. Wood,
er at Riverview Sunday.
paid' for want of funds” on or
mia visitors Monday.
who was a star route contractor
before June 30, 1933, were call-
Mr.
and
Mrs.
George
Lord
and
Mr. and Mrs. Chet Taylor of several years ago, has repeatedly
Olga
Holmstrom
had
dinner
and
Carnp 8 were Monday guests of i urged the amendment finally in­
attended the boxing matches in
Mrs. 'Craig Donaway.
corporated in the present bill.
Vernonia Saturday evening.
'Evelyn and Elza Varley and i
I. Dass bought a family milk
Bob Hilliker were in Portland'
cow
last week.
Saturday on business.
Elmer Blackburn has been do­
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Beveridge
ing farm work for Lincoln Peter­
and family of Klamath Falls vis­
i
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Parson and son.
ited friends here over the week
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Neurer
son Stewart and Edgar Crawford
end..
Mrs. John Estes and son Ole from Forest Grove were Sunday were attending to business in
of Natal were dinner guests of visitors at the home of Mr. and Vernonia Monday.
Miss May Bee spent Saturday
"THE ROLL OF
Mrs. L. Crawford.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cleveland.
with
Mrs. Holding.
Mr. and Mrs. Roediger and
Evelyn May was a Sunday vis­
HONOR BANK”
The fill in the road at Big
Mrs. Knapp motored to Portland
itor of Mildred Walters.
Eddy has received tis final cov-
Bob Carland was a dinner Thursday.
Miss Beck, who has been stay­ Eddy has received its final cov-
guest of Mrs. Craig Donaway
ing at the home of her sister for traffic.
Monday night.
G. W. Mills of St. Helens, who
Joe McGrinick of Wilark spent Mrs. L. L. Wells, has returned to
represents the Farmers Automo­
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. her home at Estacada.
Koster camp shut down Wed- bile inter-insurance exchange, had
Bud Rose.
J. Johnson was here Tuesday nesday so their men could at­ business in this community Mon­
tend the funeral of John Mc- day.
after a truck load1 of ferns.
John McMullen is helping J. C.
Echeren
who was injured on Fri­
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Peoples and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl day and died at the hospital that Moran lay the foundation for a
new barn.
Byers and son of Warrenton night. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Reed Holding and
Mrs. J. E. Britten and children
spent the weekend with Mr. and
Mrs. Burl Henderson and family. and Mrs. Ed Houteling visited' at daughter Bertha motored to
points south on Monday.
Mrs. Lee Bowers was a Mon- j Manning Sunday.
day guest of Mrs. George Brown. I Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Prutzman
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hankle! and Mrs. J. Regimbal were in I
J. A. Thornburgh, President
and granddaughter Alta Gun- Portland last week.
W« repair all makes of
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Nelson of
R. G. Thornburgh, Cashier
tioe were Sunday guests of Mr.
Washers
Vernonia were callers at the home
and Mrs. A. J. Chapman.
VUMOMU RADIO SHOP
George and Mike Christiansen of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wells.
Gene Shipman
are digging maple burs to make ■ Delmar Merrill, formerly of
furniture out of. They ship them Treharne, is visiting at the Wi-
A
enecke home.
to the old country.
Mrs. Ed Houghtaling was hos­
Howard Rundell gave a birth­
day party Sunday. It was his tess to the quilting party held at
thirteenth birthday. Those invit­ her home on Friday.
The opening dance held at
ed were George Stankey, Edi­
son Aldrich, Robert and Donald Arcadia park Saturday night was I
Peterson, Junior Thompson, Mel­ well attended.
Attending the boxing match at
vin Powell, George Peachey and
Vernonia from here were Mr. and
Loren Kostur.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rowland of Mrs. B. Tisdale, Mr. and Mrs. A. 1
Heisson, Wash., were Friday Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. F. O’Conner, ’
night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mr. and Mrs. J. Davis, E. Sunell .
Bowers. Mrs. Helen Steele ac­ and son Clare, E. Treharne, Geo.
companied them back for a few Raslington, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin [
Hult, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schmid- j
woeks visit.
Lee Bowers left Saturday for lin, Florence Tichenor, Wilma |
Heitison, Wash., where he has Glassner, Mr. and Mrs. S. Baker.
and family.
work.
J. L. Timmons worked' on the ■
Hazel Hudson spent Saturday
power line here Saturday after-1
night with Beulah Harris.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Graves noon.
The Forest Grove
NATIONAL BANK
Treharne
Deposits In­
sured to $2500
Under FDIC
Maytag Washers
ed for payment on the date of
this notice.
Road District No. 1 warrants
endorsed “not paid for want of
funds” on or before April 7,
1934, were called for payment
on the date of this notice.
Road District No. 15 warrants
endorsed “not paid for want of
funds” on or before Jan. 5, 1934,
were called for payment on the
¿ate of this notice.
Road District No. 18 warrants
endorsed “not paid for want of
funds” on or before Dec. 19,
1933, were called for payment on
the date of this notice.
Interest on such warrants not
heretofore ¿ailed will cease on
this date.
Dated St. Helens, Oregon, Ap­
ril 13, 1934.
GLADYS E. PETERSON,
County Treasurer.
A. F. of L. LOGGERS
Local No. 18742 meets second
and fourth Thursdays in the
month at Grange hall, 8 p. m.
Visiting members cordially invit­
ed to attend.
Fred Lumm, president.
A. F. & A. M.
Vernonia Lodge No. 184
A. F. & A. M. meets
at
Masonic
Temple,
Stated
Communication
First Thursday of each
month. Special called
meetmgs on all other Thurs­
day nights 7:30 p.m. Visitor«
rqost cordially welcome.
J. B. Wilkerson, W. M.
F. D. Macpherson, Secretary
Order of Eastern Star
Nehalom Chapter 153, O. E. 3.
Regular commu­
nication first
and third Wed­
nesday« of each
month, at Ma­
sonic Temple.
All visiting sis­
ters and broth­
ers welcome.
Mrs. M. F. Wall, W. M.
Leona McGraw, Sec.
Pythian Sister»
Vernonia temple 61 meets
every fourth Wednesday in W.
0. W. hall.
Rose Fletcher, M.E.C.
Clara-Kerns, M. of R. A C.
King’s Grocery
WILL BE
r
Laundry Work That is Reliable . . .
Our work is guaranteed as reliable and absolutely safe
for your clothes. They’ll come back snowy and clean
—and nicely finished. Our prices are low—in perfect
accordance with these times.
VERNONIA LATNDKY
And l>ry Cleaning
Phone 711
OPEN FOR
BUSINESS
Saturday, April 14
FAIR PRICES — GOOD SERVICE