Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, February 22, 1935, Page 6, Image 6

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Ili ver view
Evelyn May is visiting rela­
tives at The Dalles.
Mrs. Beryl Henderson had as
her guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
Don Depue and Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Byers.
Mrs. Chas. Christiansen had as
her guests Friday Mr. and Mrs.
Dan May and Mrs. Edith Varley.
Mrs. Howard Allen has been a
helper at the Hankel home.
Mrs. Alta White is visiting in
Riverview with her son, Dan May,
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Carlson are
occupying the Edith Varley home
for the time being.
Mrs. Beryl Henderson was a vi­
sitor at the T. W. Hudson home
Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan May and
—
CARD OF THANKS
I appreciate the kindness of
the many friends who wrote or
called while I was in the hospital.
Mary Hankel
Classified Ads
M c C lanahan incu ­
bator , also 500-chick brood­
iso egg
er, nearly new, both kerosene,
for cash or trade for beef stock.
Inquire Jake Neurer, Vernonia I
Mist road.
8cl
Must repossess at once two pi­
anos near Vernonia. Will sell for
unpaid balance. Easy terms. Bal­
ance owing $93.00 and $69.00.
Write Tailman Piano store, 1135
S. W. Washington St., Portland,
Oregon.
7c3
FOR SALE—Or will trade
cattle 300 Savage rifle
Remington Pump shot gun,
nearly new. Inquire Andrew
ker, Riverview.
for
and
both
Par­
6*4
LOOK! Farm for sale, 2 miles
south of Vernonia on Pebble
creek; 14 acres, 5 cultivated,
house, barn, outbuildings, fruit,
wood, water. Mrs. Mae McMul­
len.___________________________ 7tf
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that I, the undersigned lien claim­
ant, will sell the hereinafter des­
cribed personal property to the
highest bidder for cash, at public
auction at the warehouse of H.
D. Van Blaricom, east and ad­
jacent to Hy-Van hotel, in Ver­
nonia, Oregon, on the 4th day
of March, 1935, at 10:00 o’clock
a. m., of that day to satisfy the
lien of the claimant herein
against F. A. Van Blaricom on
whose account the following des­
cribed chattel was stored, to-wit:
One 1930 model Ford au­
tomobile, motor No. 3173036.
Date of first publication Febru­
ary 15, 1935.
Date of last publication Febru­
ary 22, 1935.
H. D, VAN BLARICOM
SUMMONS
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1935.
VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNONIA. OREGON _______________
children were at Pumpkin ridge
Monday to attend the funeral of
Dan May’s grandmother, Mrs. Su­
san May.
John Cottier from Oklahoma
is visiting at the Lee Bowers
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Crume
and children were Sunday din­
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.
I. Anderson.
Mrs. Edith Varley is employ­
ed at the Buxton Lumber com­
pany at Buxton.
Mrs. C. J. Taylor is on the siek
list this week.
Mrs. Edith Varley received
word Monday that her mother,
Mrs. Cynthia Smith, of Forest
Grove, had passed away. Funeral
services have not yet been ar­
ranged.
Mrs. Chas. Christiansen is in
the Willamette sanitarium for
treatment.
Mrs. Frank Hankel returned to
her home in Riverview after be­
ing in the hospital three weeks.
Jude Graven and son Marvel
were Monday visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. T. R. Turner.
Mrs. Dan May, Mrs. Edith
Woods and Mrs. George Chris­
tiansen were in Portland Wed­
nesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Boris and Mr.
and Mrs. Clark Van Blaricom of
Portland were Sunday visitors of
Mr and Mrs. G. W. Parker.
Mr. and Mrs. Golden were
Monday evening visitors of Mr.
and Mrs. John Elder.
Miss Maybelle Drorbaugh of
Oregon City and W. H. Hawkins
of Seattle were week end visitors
of Mr. and Mrs. George Dror­
baugh.
Mrs. M. B. Willard and John
and Grace Laramore were in
Portland Wednesday.
Mrs. Jennie Graven is visiting
friends in Riverview.
Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Brown and
daughter Peggy from Ridgefield,
Wash., spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Peachey.
Mrs. Mary Taylor from Port­
land spent Thursday and Friday
with Mrs. M. B. Willard.
Tom Hall returned home Sun­
day from Reedsport to spend a
week with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Riley Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Coieman
were Sunday visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Parker.
Mrs. T. W. Hudson was a
Thursday visitor of Mrs Edna
Barrett.
W. B. ARMITAGE WINS
CUP FOR HIGHEST SALES
AMONG 4000 CLERKS
W. B. Armitage of Longview,
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Armi­
tage of Vernonia, won a silver
loving cup last week awarded by
the McKesson Drug Co. to the
drug store clerk making the
greatest total sales during a 30
day selling “spree.” He was in
competition with 4,000 clerks
throughout the country.
Mr. Armitage, formerly a clerk
in the Armitage drug store he.C
is now with the Empire Drug
Co. of Longview.
In Justice’s Court for District
4 of Columbia County, State of
Oregon.
A. E. ADAMS, Plaintiff, vs.
HAROLD MAYFIELD AND
JANE DOE MAYFIELD,
Husband and Wife, Defendants.
To HAROLD MAYFIELD AND I
JANE DOE MAYFIELD, Hus-1
band and Wife, DEFENDANTS:
you are hereby required to ap­
pear and answer the complaint1
filed against you in the above en­ MOTHER OF MRS. DAVIS
PASSES IN CENTRALIA
titled Court and cause on or be­
fore the expiration of four weeks
from the date of the first publi­
The mother of Mrs. Wilbur
cation of this SUMMONS, which
date of expiration is fixed by Davis, Mrs. C. R. King, died Sun­
order of P. Hill, justice of the day morning in Centralia follow­
peace of District 4 of Columbia ing a serious operation. Mrs. Da­
County, Oregon, as of February vis, who was with her mother
15, 1935. If you fail so to ap- j
pear and answer, the plaintnf for will not return to her home for
want thereof will apply to the another week. Wilbur Davis re­
above entitled Court for a judg­ turned home Tuesday night fol­
ment against the defendant for lowing funeral services.
the sum of $21.10 together with ¡
interest thereon at the rate of '
ATTEND CLUB MEETING
six per cent per annum from the
first day of December. 1933.
Harold McEntire, L. W. Skuzie.
Date of first publication, Feb-: Larry Marshall, Wm. Nissen and
ruary 15, 1935.
Date of last publication, March Emil F. Messing attended a meet­
ing of the Multnomah Hunters
15. 1935.
and Anglers club in
Portland
Lester Sheeley,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
Monday evening. A social even»
Res. and P. O. Address
ing was enjoyed.
Vernonia, Oregon.
hostesses and approximately 60 highway just out of town, and
guests. The affair is entirely by Mrs. Sutherland, who is in Ver­
nonia with her husband, are
invitation.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. McCabe friends whom he formerly knew
spent the evening Sunday at the 1 in Rockaway.
O. T. Bateman left Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Crawford
home of Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
evening for Seattle to visit his
and son Edgar Crawford of Man­
Spencer.
brother, C. L. Bateman. He plans,
Mrs. Clyde McDonald was Chop­ ning visited at the home of Mr.
to return to Vernonia Sunday
and Mrs. Harry Culbertson Tues­
ping
Monday in Forest Grove.
evening or Monday. Mr. Bate­
Mrs. Elmer Baslington made a day night. Mrs. Crawford remain­
man stated that his brother had
;
business
trip to Portland Satur- ed for a visit of several days
promised to take him fishing
with her daughter, Mrs. Culbert­
I
day.
while there and he expects to
son.
have a real fish yarn on his re­ ! Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Virgil
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Timmons
Snook on Corey hill Saturday and
turn home.
Hazel Chapman is on the siek Sunday were Mrs. Marshall and made a business trip to Long­
five children of Overton, Nebras­ view Tuesday.
list.
The social committee of the
Pies, hot coffee, toasted sand­ ka, and Mr. Tillison of the same
wiches, ice cream and fountain place, who drove west with a Evangelical Missionary society
drinks at Mac’s Pharmacy. Ad.v. truck and trailer and a sedan met at the home of Mrs. Sidney
chairman,
Tuesday
Mrs. Maud Ramsley from Port­ and trailer, to look over the Malmsten,
land was here visiting her moth-• country and find a place to lo­ 1 night to plan details of the sham-
| rock party to be given in the
er, Mrs. Alfred Bays, a couple cate.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Brock and church March 15, for families
of days last week and accomp-;
anied her mother to the hospital family were Portland visitors on l and friends of society members.
Mrs. Albert Jensen, who for
Thursday. Mrs. Bays is home Saturday.
Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Hughes the last week has been visiting
again and feeling much better. |
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Cobat were in Portland Tuesday to vis­ her parents,
and Jeanine are spending the it the doctor’s mother, who was Houghteling, will return to Wal­
la Walla, Wash., Saturday with
weekend in Marcola, Ore., with' stopping in the city.
C. R. Pritchard was surprised her mother. Her husband motor­
Mrs. Cobat’s parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Layer are to find that George Sutherland ed as far as Portland Friday, re­
moving soon into the house oc­ of Rockaway who is constructing turning to Walla Walla by train
cupied by the E. M. Bollinger the new guard on the Timber Saturday evening.
family.
Creamed chicken and biscuits
for lunch, Also delicious coffee,
salads, pies, cakes, Sat., Feb. 23.
Mrs. Miner’s Bldg. Evangelical
S. S. Food Sale.
Adv.
The Stitchwell club had pot­
luck dinner at the home of Mrs.
Leroy Calhoun on Wednesday.
Others attending were Mrs. Mike
Stolen, Mrs. Everett Snyder, Mrs.,
Cecil Urie, Mrs. Jonh Ross, Mrs. |
M. G. Chapman, Mrs. Harold j
Ridenour, Mrs. Geo. Cobat, Mrs.
Blaine Cobat and June Ross.
The American naturalization
class is planning a party cele­
brating Washington’s birthday.
Arcadia will be the scene of
a large dancing party Saturday,
FRIDAY-
evening, the event to be a return'
SATURDAY ,
compliment of a recently given;
dance there. There will be 15
FEBRUARY
&
ROD AND GUN CLUB
MEMBERS INVITED
TO TRAP SHOOT
22 & 23
MAX-I-MUM
Members of the Nehalem Rod
and Gun club have been invited)
by the Rainier Rod and Gun club
to participate in a trap shoot at j
the Rainier end of the Longview
bridge Sunday, beginning at 10
a. m. It is expected several of
the boys will go.
PORTLAND MEN GO
ON FISHING TRIP
WITH TWO FROM HERE
SYRUP
SPECIALS
' % SB
Cane
■Tl tl.lll Granulated
100-LBS...................
M 'iiffjiik
L. V. Jenkins, police commis-J
sioner of Portland, and Capt.1
Gronstedt of the e vuiumoia
Columbia rivet
river*! 1
pilots went on a 1 fishing trip down |
the Nehalem yesterday with Emil
F. Messing and O. D. McCabe.
“We got them one steelhead,”
Mr. Messing commented.
SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
TAKEN TO HOSPITAL^
Ivan N. McCollom, principal]
of the Washington grade school,!
was taken to a hospital in Port-1
land yesterday afternoon because I
of an attack of appendicits.
During his absence Enoch Du-j
mas. assistant principal, will be'
in charge of the school.
i
AIRWAY
Vernonia Bakery
BREAD
. . . for 2 good Reasons—
IT’S MADE AT HOME
IT’S BETTER
Vernonia
Bakery
I
25c
5-LB. Can .... 59c
10
LBS. 5,0c
3
LBS.55C
See it Ground
KNOW its Fresh
Pound
..................
Sunbrite Cleanser
19c
15c
29c
4 CANS—You buy 3 and get 1 FREE
Swansdown
CAKE FLOUR—Large Package ..
Shredded Wheat
Large Size packages — 2 FOR ...............
FRESH FRUIT
& VEGETABLES
COFFEE
Nob Hill—3-lbs.....................
Edward’s
Pound
i. ]bs.
¿OC
n
BANANAS
EGGS
4 lbs...........
Fresh Extras—Dozen
OLEOMARGARINE
CRUX
Ask Your Grocer for . . .
2-lb. 5-oz.
CAN .......
...........
2
lbs.
SANKA
1-lb can
LETTUCE
33c
49c
GRAPEFRUIT
r
... O
Jumbo
Size
SALAD OIL
Bulk — QT........
DASH
Washing
Powder .......... —
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4.
Solid
Heads
r
25c
for
APPLES— Winesaps
lb.
Pkg.
Extra
Fancy
BEEF ROAST, lb. 14'/2c
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lbs.
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d, JL
DILL PICKLES
Quart ...............
BOILING BEEF, lb. JQc
SAUER KRAUT
HAMBURGER, lb.
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Pt. 21c — Qt.
15c
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