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

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    ; e SIX
Riverview
Tree Felling Crew*
At CCC
Camp
Set New Record«
(Continued from Page 1)
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Johnson *f
Shelton, Wash., ant' Mr. and Mrs.
J. Y. Cripe and children of Long­
view were week end visitors of
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bassett of
Riverview.
Mrs. Harold Parker was a
Wednesday evening guest at the
Dan May home.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Piercy left
for their home in Black Rock
Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Carlson
were in St. Helens and Portland
over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Chapman
of Forest Grove were Saturday
night guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Hankel.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan May and
Oral Varley were in Buxton Sun­
day visiting Mrs. Edith Varley.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Andrew
and children and Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Allen and son were Sun­
day visitors at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Hankel.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Piercy and
Mrs. Dan May visited at the Gus
Olson home in Vernonia Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Elder were
in Portland over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Burke visited
at the J. Elder home Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sehorn of
Treharne visited at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dial Sunday
evening.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Myers and
family from Treharne and Mr.
and Mrs. Bergerson of Vernonia
were Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. G. N. Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Turner were
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
W. R. HaM.
Dorothy Hartung was a Friday
night visitor of Hazel Parker.
A quilting party was held for
Mrs. D. Glenn. Thirteen were
present. Pot luck dinner was serv­
ed and a good time was had by
all.
J. T. Brady and Mr.-and Mrs.
E. W. Henderson and family
were Thursday evening dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rose
of Riverview.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Depue were
Wednesday evening guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Burl Henderson.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Heath
were in St. Helens and Port­
land Friday on business. Roy
Cook took charge of the station
in their absence.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Fowler are
visiting in St. Helens for a week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rose were
ability until now a cut square
footage of more than 100 is not
unusual.
Men in all Oregon camps com­
posed of experienced woodsmen
are expected to cut 70 square
feet a day. It is rarely that the
most expert approach the cut­
ting record of the comparatively
inexperienced Wilark top “set”
of fallers.
,
Square feet cut is determined
by squaring the diameter of trees
cut. To cut 70 square feet would
mean felling 10 trees between
two and three feet in diameter.
HORSE
FALLS
INTO
POOL
One of the horses in the O.-A.
team driven by Mike Hanon fell
into an abandoned cess pool near
the company barn Monday and
was rescued by use of block and
tackle. The animal did not re­
ceive even a scratch.
The planking on top of the
cess pool had rotted, and being
covered with dirt was not visible
to Mr. Hanon, who was driving a
load of wood. The horse sank
clear down with only one leg on
top of the ground.
Sunday dinner guests of Mrs.
Ethel Ray.
Mrs. B. B. Hawkins spent Wed­
nesday and Thursday with Mrs.
Paul Driscoll of Stony Point.
Fred Henderson visited rela­
tives, in Warrenton Monday and
Tuesday.
Mrs. E. O. Robbins was taken
to the St. Vincents, hospital on
Tuesday. She underwent an op­
eration Saturday but is getting
along fine now.
SAFETY REACHES NEW
STANDARDS IN FORD
MODEL FOR 1935
double drop frame, re-designed
for greater strength—and the
1935 improved window ventilation
system that insures unobstruct­
ed vision at all times and under
Mr. and Mrs. Dave McMullen' every condition for the driver.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. White visit­
gave a birthday supper in honor
"All these features are im­ ed at Sheridan over the week
of their daughter Millie on Mar. portant safety factors in driving end.
14. Several guests were invited. and all are found in the new
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Luther of
Lee Osborn worked down at 1935 Ford V-8.” — Adv. Craw­ Portland visited Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Banzer’s ranch last week. He ford Motor Co.
John Luther of Keasey over the
returned home over the week end.
week end.
Richard Peterson spent Thurs­
Elza Pettijohn of Portland vis­
day in St. Helens on business.
ited Derrel and Ralph DeVaney
J. M. McCully from Woodland,
Saturday night.
Wash., went to work on the J.
Mrs. Otto Boeck has been sick
Mrs. Ella Caywood has just
W. Neurer ranch.
returned from a 14 months visit ■ for the last two weeks.
Miss Ruth Holaday visited with
J. M. McCormick is farming in the east, chiefly in Washing­
Mrs. Cummings Sunday afternoon
the Wright farm this year on ton, D.C.
and evening.
___________
shares
Mrs. O. H. Drorbaugh, former
Mr. and Mrs. Noble Dunlap Vernonia resident, was here on fant son to Doernbecher hospital
were Portland visitors last week. Tuesday and Wednesday on busi­ for treatment this week. ,
G. Lord made a business trip ness. She stayed at the home of
Mrs. Ed Bowen and Mrs. Andy
to St. Helens last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Johnson.
Jackson were in Portland Thurs­
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Harding
Jonas Larson and friend Mr. | day to see “Bright Eyes.”
entertained Mr. Harding’s folks Olson of Cathlamet, Wn., called
Florieda Graves has been on
from Longview last Sunday.
at the E. R. Estey home recently. the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S Lindsay and The Larson family resided at
Mrs. Ed Tapp and Martha spent
Mr. and Mrs. Noble Dunlap at­ Camp McGregor for several years. la few days in Portland last week
tended a dance in Vernonia last'
The Stitchwell club met March end.
Saturday evening.
Mrs. Earl M. Bleile and baby
13 at the home of Mrs. George
Miss Millie McMullen was a Cobat. Those sewing were Mes- son George of Westfir, Ore., are
Portland visitor last week end.
dames Snyder, Calhoun, Urie visiting this week at the home
The fence along Osborn’s place Ridenour, B. Cobat, R. Cobat, of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Ruhl. Mrs.
is being moved back rrom the Stolen, Ross and Hazel Chapman. Bleile arrived Monday and will
highway.
Frank Petty was home from return to her home Sunday with
Mrs. Mary Peterson with her Portland over the week end.
Mr. Bleile, who will drive up to­
grandsons Floyd and Clarence
Mrs. Ted Aspinall is confined day. For many years the • Bleiles
will return from Eugene for the to bed with severe tonsilitis.
lived on O.-A. hill and have a
spring vacation this week end.
Mrs. S. Jackson took her in- host of friends in Vernonia
Local folks were surprised on
awakening Wednesday morning
to find it had snowed two inches
during the night.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Peterson, Mr.
and Mrs. Bob Lindsay, Mr. and j
Mrs. Lee Osborn, Mr. and Mrs.
Noble Dunlap and Richard Peter­
son called at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Neurer during
the week end.
Seal’s camp closed down Wed­
nesday as there was too much
snow in the hills, and all log­
ging trucks were laid off from
Safeway Savings Friday-Saturday, Mar 22-3
hauling.
Natal
Safety—a basic principle of a more uniform bearing surface
Ford V-8 design—reaches new on the brake drums and at the
high standards in the new 1935 same time increased their effi­
Ford because of the many ad­ ciency approximately 40 per cent.
“Other new features entering
vancements in engineering intro­
into the increased safety of the
duced in the new models.
Conceded to be the strongest new Ford include the better bal­
and safest body, the electrically ance of the car, its low center
welded, one-piece all-steel con­ of gravity, decidedly more rug'
struction is continued with an im­ ged frames and the fact that the
portant change—wood is not used car now rides more steadily at
for any structural purpose in the high speeds.
“The new V-8 holds the road
new Ford.
“The all-stell body is much more better than former models—takes
expensive to build,” said T. M. I the turns at 5 to 7 miles an hour
Crawford of Crawford Motor Co., faster, too.
“Then again there are the
local Ford dealers. “But the
composit wood-and-steel construc­ , quick acceleration and reserve
tion is only as strong as the wood ! power provided by the V-8 en­
beneath the steel. No one could gine—torque tube drive for sta-
argue that the frame of a sky­ I bility and roadability—an im­
MAMMOTH WHITE PEKIN scraper or bridge should be made proved steering gear assembly—
Duck eggs—$1.00 per setting of steel reinforced with wood. ■ transverse springs—welded steel
of 15. J. Kawall, across bridge What is true of that type of ' spoke wheels—wide tire tread—
at Mist,
11*2 construction is materially true of
WANTED—6” top 22 ft. Cedar automobile body construction.
“The type of glass used is also
Poles. Niedermeyer - Martin
Lumber Co., Spalding Building. an important safety factor. In the I
Portland, Oregon.
Ilc6 new Ford V-8, safety glass is now j
used for both windshields and :
FOR SALE—3 acres and modern windows in all 1935 Ford cars.
house at Mayger. Will take Previously, safety glass windows
small house and lot in or near were provided only in the De
Vernonia as part payment. Ben Luxe line.
B. Franklin, Mayger, Oregon, P.
“The brakes, too, have come in
O. 113.
11 »2 for considerable attention. On
— the new cars, they are more pow­
HATCHING EGGS— From trap erful and their effectiveness vast­
nest S. C. R. I. Reds, $1.00,1 ly improved by changes in con-
$1.50 and $2.00 per setting. Or-1
ders taken for day old chicks
from any of the above matings.
Phone 591 for prices. J. W.
Brown.
12tfc |
Classified Ads
BLACK JERSEY COW—For sale. |
Mumbachs. ’i mile north of
city limits on Rose Ave. 12*ltfc
NOTICE—Party who entered the
house on the G. G. Holt farm
and took the top off the cook [
stove is hereby a>ked to return i
same and avoid trouble. E. G. t
Roediger.
12*1 ■
FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1935,
VERNONIA EAGLE. VERNONIA. OREGON
SUGAR
COFFEE
Airway wins 1st
place in sales of
package coffees.
3
C & H cloth bag
lb. $1.35
bag
9E
Z*>
BROWN Sugar
55c 3
lbs .
LBS.
17c
TUNA FLAKES
-| I VC
A
Mid Paci-
fic, %’s
SHRIMP
MT. VERNON
Dunbar 5-oz. can
2 cans
5
BUTTER
DASH
9 Z j C C -
For
Grade A
Pound ....
5
for
FLOUR
APLLE BRAND
49-LB. $<| 7Q
Bag .... Li“
PANCAKE flour
Safeway
10-lb. bag
PEAS
MILK
35c
No. 303 Nature’s
Gift.
3 for
nr
ZOC
PORK & BEANS
Van Camps’s
No. 2%’s
BRAN FLAKES
LB.
PKG.
Post’s
Pkg. ..
Grape-Nut Flakes
FREE Cream pitcher with
Pkgs,
for
2
9c
19c
KEANS Small Whites .... 3-1 l>s. 17c
RICE
CRACKERS
—Broken
10 lb, 39c
MOLASSES
CATSUP
¿aT,b:...
Kerns,
1 A
12-oz. bot. IVC
SPINACH
Fresh Texas
4
lbs .
AUNT DINAH
^■lb-
25 c 4
LEMONS
17
1 1 C
Sunkist
366’s <&.
10c
19c
NEW
POTATOES
lbs .
The NEW Ritz
Crackers •) A
1-lb. box ZJC
SUNBRITE
S cans
LETTUCE
r
«JC
25 c
Grapefruit
Large size 54’s
25 c 5
Solid heads
Each ..........
for
25c
A
ORANGES
Sunkist
126's, doz
Fresh Meats
Opening Postponed
BEEF STEAKS
The opening of Arcadia Park under new
management, announced for Saturday, has been
postponed on account of alterations.
BEEF CUBES
GROUND Round
WATCH FOR OPENING DATE
ARCADIA PARK
1
1
SHORTENING
DILL PICKLES
23C
pTn /
19c
Steak Pound
21 C
4 lb . package ........ 57C
quart
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