Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, September 07, 1934, Page 3, Image 3

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    FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1934.
Riverview
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Mrs. C. I. Anderson and daugh­
ters Edith and Doris left Friday
for Independence where they
have employment.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Powell and
family of Portland were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Powell
Sunday.
Mrs. D. R. Fowler of Tren-
holm is spending a few weeks
among her relatives.
Mrs. Eloise Parker entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Art Owens and
daughter Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mills and
family, Mrs. E. L. Lloyd and
sister Erlene enjoyed the state
of Maine picnic at St. Helens
Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Robbins
and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Mason were visiting at Camp 8
Tuesday.
Doris Lindgren of Vernonia was
a guest Sunday and Monday of
Mrs. Jewell Lloyd.
Mrs. Clifford Fowler nad as
her guests Monday Mrs. Phillip
Meilis and family.
Mrs. W. Koberstein entertain­
ed Mr. and Mrs. C. Glass and
daughter of Portland.
Mrs. Ed McMullen and daugh­
ter of Pebble Creek spent Tues­
day at the home of Mrs. Merle
Cline.
Mrs. Alma Schalock and daugh­
ter left Saturday for Wakuna,
Wash., where they will visit rela­
tives for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Vick Monico were
Portland visitors Tuesday.
Mrs. George Parker and daugh­
ter, Mrs. Charles Gill, spent Sun­
day at the home of Mrs. Walt
Parker on Rock creek.
Tommy Hall left Monday for
Reedsport after a few days visit
with home folks.
Noble Dunlap of Natal and
mother, Mrs. Margaret Dunlap, of
Riverview enjoyed Monday at
the beaches with a crowd of
friends.
Mr. and Mrs. John Elder, Mr.
and Mrs. I. Diemert of Portland
spent Sunday in Astoria.
Mrs. H. C. Eastman of Buxton
came Sunday for a week’s visit
with her daughter, Mrs. Andy
Koster.
Mrs. George Bell and daughter
Bessie visited relatives in River­
view Sunday.
Robert Dial, who has been vis­
iting relatives in Riverview, left
Monday for Kingston, Wash.
Frank Hankle and Pete Wieder-
kehr, who have been employed
at Wilbur, Wash., returned borne
Tuesday.
Mrs. Andy Kostor and son
VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNONIA, OREGON
Leonard visited Hillsboro Sunday.
Ilene Clark, who is very sick,
was taken to the Doembecher
hospital Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Byers and
son of Warrenton left Sunday
for their home, taking with them
Mrs. Grace DePue, who will spend
a week visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bowers and
baby visited friends in Rainier
and Longview over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hankle of
Dallas visited relatives here over
the week end.
Those enjoying Labor day at
the beach were Mr. and Mrs. Ken­
neth White of Vernonia and Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Christiansen and
baby.
Friends of Mrs. George Chris­
tiansen will be glad to know that
she is much improved.
Mrs. Olive Huber of Cornelius
and Mrs. Mary Anderson of Tim­
ber were guests of Mrs. Sam An­
derson Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bays and
Mrs. Otto Gurtzen of Treharne
were guests of Mrs. Riley Hall
Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dial and
daughter Pauline, who were visit­
ing in Kingston, spent Labor day
with home folks, then returning
home Monday evening.
Mrs. Ben Cline, Mrs. Delbert
Glenn and Mrs. Merle Cline and
children spent Friday in Portland
with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Burke were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
John Elder Monday.
Nels Fest, formerly of Verno­
nia, was married to Miss Nona
Hankle at Toledo, Ore., July 29.
Mrs. Pete Serafin and daugh­
ter Babe and son Louie spent
Tuesday evening at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Glen Hawkins.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Buckner, Mr.
and Mrs. Glen Hawkins and Miss
Gloria Marin enjoyed a picnic at
Big Eddy Monday.
Miss Hazel Ross of Klamath
Falls is spending the week with
Martha Middlebrook.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Malmsten
and daughter of El Segundo, Cal.,
and Oscar Ross of Klamath Falls
spent Wednesday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Aubrey.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar George
were Portland visitors Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Mills and
son Mickie of Waldport visited
relatives here Tuesday and Wed­
nesday.
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ing for rain so they can start tematically throughout the year
plowing for their fall grain and for greater safety on our streets
seedings.
and highways.
L. Blumenthal from Portland
JULIUS L. MEIER,
was here last week to buy milk
Governor of Oregon.
cows and heifers.
Logging operations were closed
down Tuesday due to weather GOVERNOR OF STATE
conditions. The heat wave broke
ISSUES PROCLAMATION
Tuesday and all operations were
REGARDING ACCIDENTS
resumed on Wednesday.
Mrs. Della Cole from southern
As governor of the state of
Oregon was in the Nehalem val-| Oregon and as an individual, I
ley to visit with her sister, Mrs. t wish to bring the following facts
Julia Whittig. Mrs. Cole also spent to the attention of Oregon citi­
a couple of days with her ne­ zens, whether they be drivers,
phew, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Osborn. passengers or pedestrians.
Miss Grace Condit moved down
During 1933 and up to July
to Natal to be near her school
31, 1934, there have been 412
where she is teaching.
deaths, 6983 injuries, and $15,-
Mr. and Mrs. Noble Dunlap,
000,000 loss in money in the
Mrs. Mary Peterson and Mr. and |
state of Oregon. This represents
Mrs. Dave McMullen were Port-1
an average of one death for each
land visitors last week end.
; 2,427 families, one injury for
Mrs. Louis Carmichael and1
each 143 families and an average
little Johnny are now away en­
cost in money to each family of
joying a vacation.
$75. All of this loss has been
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Baker and i
caused by automobile accidents,
their children, Edward and Lor­
and in almost every accident one
etta, were Sunday visitors at Mr. i
Or more persons were either care­
and Mrs. Jake Neurer’s.
less or thoughtless of their own
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Priatt and '
safety or the rights of others.
children from Portland came in |
When the above loss is con-1
last weekend to join Mr. and Mrs.
A. R. Boland and all went to sidered, in addition to the suf­
fering of the injured ano the |
Seaside over Labor day.
Clarence Milton came in from grief of those who lost relatives ]
Portland Tuesday to visit rela­ and other loved ones, I feel con­
fident that every citizen will co­
tives.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Peterson and operate with me in a special ef­
sons Norman and Vernon drove fort during the month of Septem­
ber to reduce this enormous toll
to Clatskanie Thursday.
Noble Dunlap is working in by using the utmost caution
Vernonia, where he is in charge while driving, riding or walking
of the work now under way on on our streets and highways and
by influencing others in using
the Vernonia high school gym.
The money taken in from the precaution.
Automobile accidents are not
benefit dance on Sept. 1 was
turned over to Mr. and Mrs. respecters of persons or families,
Fred Parkknen. Their home was and you and yours may be the
completely destroyed by fire re­ next where death or injury may
strike.
cently.
Miss Millie McMullen has re­
I hope, therefore, that the citi­
covered from her tonsil opera­ zens of Oregon will not only give
tion on Sept. 10. She will teach their full support to the nation­
the coming school term at Mist wide safety program which will
school.
be observed during September,
Farmers in the valley are wait­ but also that they will worn sys-
OFFICIAL BUDGET OF THE CITY OF VERNONIA, COLUMBIA
COUNTY, OREGON, FOR THE YEAR 1935.
THE LEVYING BOARD TO-WIT: The City Council has filed
with the City Recorder its detailed estimate of the total amount of
receipts and also the total amount of money proposed to be raised
by taxation, and to be expended by said municipal corporation, for
all purposes for the fiscal year of 1935, and made the following
levy:
PERSONAL SERVICE, GENERAL FUND
Recorder’s salary ................................................ $ 540.00
Recorder’s supplies .............................
75.00
Treasurer’s salary ..............................................
192.00
25.00
A. J. Hughes spent the week Treasurer’s supplies ............................................
City Attorney’s salary .....
500.00
end at his home here.
Marshal’s salary ...................................................
900.00
Deputy marshal’s salary ...................................
100.00
BURNING, GNAWING PAINS
Street superintendent’s salary .........
120.00
IN STOMACH RELIEVED Librarian
’s salary ..........................................
192.00
Neutralize irritating acids with
Dr. Emil’s Adla Tablets. Prevent ___
MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL EXPENSE
serious stomach trouble, yet eat Street lighting .............
,................ $ 960.00
what you want Adla gives relief Street light maintenance ........ ...... .........___ 125.00
or your money back. Armitage Fuel and City Hall expense .............................
45.00
Drug Co.(Adv.-4) City Hall lights and supplies ____
50.00
City dump ............... —...........
56.00
City jail expense __________
25.00
City park ..................
20.00
Library books and shelves ______________
75.00
Fire department .................
150.00
State Accident Commission ___________
150.00
Street and sidewalk maintenance________
100.00
Legal publications ..............................
50.00
Elections .........................
50.00
Accounting ............................................................
100.00
Emergency fund .................................................
1,000.00
Sewer maintenance ......
100.00
Payments on outstanding warrants and
interest ___________
2,500.00
Loss on delinquent taxas _____
5,000.00
Tatephooe 691
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Mazda Lamps
Electrical Appliances
SATURDAY
9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
9 a. m. to 3 p. m.
Head ........................... VV
Cabbage
lb.
4c
Seedless Grapes
2 lbs.
15c
Carrots
2 bunches
5c
Jumbo Celery
10c 3 for 25c
WESSON OIL
Mayonnaise
49c
Mixer .....................
And 1 Pt. Wesson Oil
RAISINS
4 LB. PKG........... 28c
RINSO
Large
Package .................
23c
COFFEE
M. J. B.—
1-LB. TIN ............
33c
SOAP
Foldman’s Naptha
Soap—“10 BARS ....
49c
Pork Sausage
lb. 20c
Wieners
lb.
1,500.00
3,210.00
600.00
150.00
5,000.00
ESTIMATED RECEIPTS
Fines and licenses ............................................ * 1,000.00
Water system ..................................... ...............
7,700.00
Delinquent tax general fund ...................... „
2,000.00
Delinquent tax sinking fund ..... ...................
4,000.00
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS _____ ________
VEGETABLES
Lettuce
Hamburger nr
2-lbs . . "C
TOTAL AMOUNT OF BUDGET ....... ............. I____ 127,334.00
OFFICE HOURS
Friday & Saturday
SIRLOIN STEAKS
lb. 17c
WATER OPERATING FUND
Superintendent’s salary ................................. $ 1,000.00
Collector’s salary .....
540.00
Supplies and maintenance ........
2,000.00
Water bond sinking fund .........................
Water bond interest .......................
General bond sinking fund ______________
General bond interest __________________
Loss on delinquent taxes ...............................
For
BEEF ROAST
lb. 14c
Oregon Gas and
Electric Company
«n Bridpa St
SPECIALS
22c
Nehalem
Market & Grocery
Incorporated
14,700.00
TOTAL TO BE RAISED BY DIRECT TAX .................... 112,634.00
C. F. HIEBER, City Recorder.
Phone 721
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