Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, September 14, 1934, Page 2, Image 2

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    E SIX
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1934.
VERNONIA EAGLE. VERNONIA. OREGON
the blues lead back to 23.
Mr. and Mrs. L ,H. Dewey and PETITIONS SIGNED
FOR BEER SALE VOTE
son Donald spent the Labor day
Next
Sunday a red letter
IN FOREST GROVE
week end with relatives in Port­
Sunday for our school. It is pro­
land. They returned Tuesday
motion day, and pupils in all
(Forest Grove News-Times) I
noon, reporting excessive heat in
classes will move ahead. During
A petition for a local option
the city.
L
the opening exercises, the primary
department will present a pro­
Mrs. A. F. Kostur ana son election on the question of the
Christian Bible School Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Johnson
sale of beer is now being circulat­
gram which will be made color­
i
Leonard
returned
Wednes
day
Attendance
216
with
85
who
went to Salem Sunday evening, re­
ed in Forest Grove. The petition
ful by flower, bird and butter­
turning Tuesday evening. They from Hillsboro where they visited I requests that an election be held had read the Bible every day
fly costumes. Then the primary
with
Mr.
Kostur
’
s
mother
since
i during the week.
report a big crowd at the state
I on Navember 6 for the purpose
department will present class of
Sunday.
While
there
Leonard
had
Mr.
and
Mrs.
J.
L.
George
and
fair Labor day—the biggest in
I of prohibiting the sale of all al-
graduates who are being promot­
the 73 years of the fair, they his tonsils removed. During her cohlic liquors containing more daughters, Mr. and Mrs. K. A.
ed to the regular school. A grad­
absence,
Mrs.
Kostur
’
s
mother,
Johnson
and
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Tap
­
were told.
than five per cent of alcohol by
uation exercise will be held for
Mrs.
H.
C.
Eastman
of
Buxton,
pan
and
children
from
Mist
at
­
Mr. and Mrs. B. Frank Owens
weight.
this class. The members of it will
tended
Bible
school
Sunday.
and daughter of Klamath Falls stayed at the Kostur home. here.
The ultimate result of the meas­
appear in caps and gowns and will
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Culbertson
spent the Labor day week end
The Bible school will feel the receive diplomas.
ure, if approved will be to pro­
and
sons
spent
the
Labor
day
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
hibit the sale of hard liquors but loss of Mr. and Mrs. F. Claude i
week end at Gearhart ana Sea­
Our goal for Sunday is to have
Ben S. Owens.
authorizing
the sale of beer in all Stephens a great deal as they I
at least 200 persons present to
Roy Scott of Portland visited side.
forms. At the present time beer have been teachers as well as
A party of local people who is being sold only in original ever-present guide for the school.! witness this graduation exercise.
Labor day with his father, J. T.
We are sure all who come will
Scott, in Vernonia. Roy is a stu enjoyed a vacation at Rockaway packages for consumption off the
The Berean class still hold the j
dent at the Monmouth Normal over the holidays includea Mr. premises. Draft beer would be attendance banner with 26 pres­ find it worth while. The service
and Mrs. Ben Brickel, Dr. and possible under the proposed meas­ ent Sunday. We are proud of this begins promptly at 9:45, so be
school.
Mr. and Mrs. E l M. Murphy Mrs. J. A. Hughes and daugh­ ure.
fine class of high school students. | on time.
and son moved to Portland Sun­ ter Jeanne, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Christian Endeavor
We hope to have every mem-|
day. Mr. Murphy, a prominent Hartwick and daughter Maxine, the Nehalem valley was apparent­
The C. E. service Sunday even­
i ber of our Bible school present
Legionnaire, has been a resident Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Hieber and ly under control today, according
next Sunday to greet .our new ing will be led by Mary Ann
of Vernonia for about 10 years. Lester Bergstrom.
The ladies to information received from
minister. Members who are ab­ Childs. Also announcements for
Robert Hoffman, son of Mr. drove to the beach on Friday, Camp Boyington.
sent are missed, strangers are the next social evening will be
and Mrs. C. S. Hoffman, return­ the men joining them Saturday
made. Be on time—promptly at
The fire broke out Saturday always welcome.
ed to his home in Madison, Wis., evening.
17:00 p. m., so as not to miss
and 80 men were rushed from
last week after visiting with his
them.
Little Erval Olmstead, daugh­ the CCC camp to battle the
parents here and at their sum­ ter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Olm­ blaze. Because of the low humidi­ Evangelical Sunday School Notes
Sunday the blue side had eight
mer home at McKenzie Bridge. stead, who has been ill with pneu­ ty late Saturday and Sunday, the
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoffman monia, was able to be up Wed­ flames spread rapidly and cover­ more on their side of the church
Maytag Washers
than the red side had. This put
are parents of a daughter born ■ nesday.
ed an area of about 150 acres.'
We repair all makes of
July 15.
JOY THEATRE
Ninety CCC men battled the
Nehalem assembly, Order of
Waahert
Lee Roy Damron began his
MURDER ON THE BLACK­ blaze Sunday and eventually suc­ Rainbow will hold its first fall
VERNONIA RADIO SHOP
duties as principal of the school BOARD, with Edna May Oliver ceeded in establishing fire guards meeting in the Masonic temple
Gena Shipman
at Chapman Tuesday.
and James Gleason, Saturday and which 30 men were able to hold next Monday evening, Sept. 10.
Friends who called on Mrs. | Sunday, Sept. 8 and 9. Admission safely today. More favorable hu­
Fred Wall at the Portland Gen-! 10 and 25 cents.
Adv. midity reports today indicated the
eral hospital the first of the
Although Mrs. Harry Strong danger was past unless the hu­
week report that she is convales­ is out of the hospital and re­ midity drops as it did yesterday.
cing nicely after her operation.
covering nicely after her serious
Four or five farms were en­
illness following a mastoid opera­ dangered for a while but were
tion, she will not be able to re­ saved.
turn to Vernonia for another
CET YOUR
I
1932 DeSoto sedan, also 1927 week or so because of medical
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hearne of
FREE
X
Pontiac sedan. Mechanical con­ treatments requiring her pres­ Forest Grove spent Wednesday at
dition guaranteed. Vernonia Braz­ ence in Portland.
the H. V. Holcomb home.
ing and Machine Works.
35c?
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Legler and
Henry Kauppi leaves tomorrow
family of Portland were guests
FOR SALE—Tomatoes and sweet for Monument, in Grant county,
of Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Macpherson
^nd ANNIVERSARY
corn for canning. A. S. Dilley, where he teaches school. His sis­
over Sunday and Monday.
ter
Helmie
will
also
teach
school
Gales Creek Road, 2H west of
Forest Grove.
35*2 this year, at Kimberly, in the
These Prices effective Fri. to Tues., Sept. 7 to 11 incl.
same locality
MAKE-UP FACIAL
OLD GROWTH and second growth
Fred Wall, who had spent last
AND FINGER
fyj
wood for sale. Phone X57 33*4 week in Portland to be with Mrs.
WAVE ................... / <
Wall during her illness, returned
Pure Cans—100-lbs. $5.49
NICE APARTMENTS for rent to to Vernonia Sunday.
MARGARET-INA
teachers. Will take warrants in
Guests of Dr. and Mrs. ri. M.
BEAUTY SALON
APPLE
d»i
payment for rent .Also have Leg­ Bigelow Tuesday were Dr. Ronald
horn pullets for laying purposes; Haines and Dr. Willard Stone of
Safeway, 49-lb. bag $1.75 49-lb. Sack ..v**0a/
also fryers. Mrs. W. O. Porter­ Portland.
field.
34tf
Caught in
The Rounds
SAFEWAY ST
Classified Ads
FAMILY CIRCLE
r
_
SUGAR
10 lbs. 55c
FLOUR
WANTED TO BUY — A farm FOREST FIRE IS QUELLED
horse. Must be sound and not
over 10 years old, around 1400- Area Near Vesper School 1»
Threatened
lbs. Reasonable for cash. Jake
(Astorian-Budget)
Neurer, Mist road.
35cl
Fire which broke out Saturday
WANTED—Hop pickers at Heis­ in cut-over land and some re­
ler Bros, yard, Gales Creek. In­ forestation plats about a half
quire at Eagle office.
36*1 mile above Vesper schoolhouse in
SOAP
BICENTENNIAL SET FREE?
10 bars 25c
9 jb bag 39c
Luna—the bargain soap.
Complete set of 12 Washington
Bicentennial stamps FREE to ap­
plicants for our choice approvals.
Send 3c postage.
NEHALEM STAMP CO.
Box 215
Vernonia, Oregon
>
60c
3 lbs.
T
Russell Ellis Beals
Concert Pianist—Artist Teacher
Accompanist,
Coach, Conductor
Beginners—Advanced
High School Credits Given
I
BEANS
CALUMET
Baking Powder
CATSUP
SUNBR1TE
Brief Informal Program
Masonic Temple Tonight, 8 p. m.
Cleanser
PALMOLIVE
Toilet Soap
Bottle 10c
3 cans 11c
3 bars 14c
VEGETABLES
MEAT SAVINGS
(Fri. and Sat. Only)
(Fri. and Sat. Only)
GREEN PEPPERS
Friday and Saturday, September 7 and 8
9 a. m. till 6 p. m.,
In Balcony of Miller Mercantile Store
... 2%-lb. can 57c
Kerns, 12-oz. bottles....
Each ............................
Appointments and Auditions
5-lbs. 25c
Small White
CELERY
Bunch ..........................
CAULIFLOWER
Med. heads ................
TOMATOES
No. 3 Basket
ORANGES
Med. size—2 Doz......
LEMONS
Sunkist—Dozen
SWEET SPUDS
J ersey’s—5-lbs..........
CABBAGE
Solid heads—lb.
1 _
1C
5c
10c
10c
35c
29c
25c
BOILING BEEF
Lean cuts—Lb.
9c
BEEF ROASTS
J ’U/,.
Baby beef—lb.......
HAMBURGER
Fresh ground—2-lbs.
VEAL STEAK
Shoulder cuts—lb. ..
BOLOGNA
LIVER SAUSAGE
FRANKFURTERS
25c
15c
LB.
20c
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WE ARE FEATURING
SPRING LAMB
THIS WEEK