Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, May 31, 1935, Page 6, Image 6

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    FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1935.
VERNONIA EAGLE. VERNONIA, OREGON
PAGE FOUR
friends from Portland Wednesday,
also Shorty Monaco and Mrs.
Blanche Elder of Riverview.
The many friends of Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Cameron
T.
Graves will be glad to know
(St. Helens Sentinel-Mist)
she has been rehired for the of Portland spent the week end
Some indignation was aroused
Harold Fowler is confined to 9th year in District 27 of Rock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R.
here this week when Portland his bed this week with the flu. Creek with a substantial salary L. Spencer. On Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. Perry Mellinger and Mr. and
papers quoted a letter from Gov­
Bert Bassett and daughter Bob­ raise.
Mrs. E. S. Thompson were also
ernor Martin to Sheriff Oscar G.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Potter of guests at the Spencer home.
Weed apparently reprimanding bie and also Delores George left
him for even suggesting that the this week for Wolf Creek for a Portland spent the week end as • Ladies of the Women's Relief
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
local athorities might not be able days outing.
corps worked at the cemetery
Marston.
Claude
Tackett
Mr.
and
Mrs.
to handle the strike situation here
Tuesday in preparation for Mem­
Mrs. Blanche Elder had as her orial day.
and family of Vernonia were
without state help.
Because of insufficient county guests of Mrs. Riley Hall Fri- guests Sunday Mrs. Burl Hen-
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Richards axe
derson and Mrs. Charles Gill and
funds and equipment, Mr. Weed day.
at Yakima, Wash., on account of
Mrs. C. I. Anderson with her babe.
wrote Governor Martin last Sat­
' the illness of a niece.
Mrs. Les Ray Norris and child-
urday saying that he was advis­ two daughters Doris and Edith
Mr. and Mrs. Carlin Hackney
left
Wednesday
for
Banks,
where
ren of O.-A. hill left Sunday for are expected from California next
ing him of the fact that if out­
they
have
employment.
among
friends.
a
visit
side forces interfered with the
week for a month’s visit at the
Mrs. M. Dunlap enjoyed the
Mrs. E. M. Preston, mother home of Mrs. Hackney’s parents,
strike situation here that he
day
Friday
at
the
home
of
Mrs.
as-
might have to call for state
of Mrs. Charles 0. Marston, who Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Spencer.
sistance in law enforcement, He Virgil Powell.
spent several weeks here returned
Raymond Justice is in Banks,
Elza Varley and Bill McCarty last week to her home in Victoria.
wrote that he was advising him
Edwin
Justice in Buxton, and
of
Buxton
spent
Sunday
in
Riv
­
of the situation then so that the
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Turner of Glen Justice in Portland for a
state could make any investiga­ erview.
A group of friends of Mrs. O.-A. hill while in Portland Sat- couple of weeks.
tion it deemed necessary for the
Maxine Bollinger and Jeanne
Emma
Steele’s surprised her Sat­ urday traded in their old car
call if it came.
urday afternoon by a party in for a later model, a Nash sedan. Hughes were Portland visitors
The first reply that Sheriff honor of her birthday, Sand­
Juanita Parker and Evelyn Friday.
Weed got from the governor was wiches, coffee, salad and angel Robbins were guests of their uncle
what he read in the Portland food cake were served and many Jay Burtraw of Soul’s hill Mon­
papers. Governor Martin gave his
day and Tuesday.
presents were ceceived.
letter to the press saying that lo­
Kirby Rose and family of
Johnnie May and Sonny Scha-
cal authorities could and would
Creek St. Helens were guests of Mr.
lock
left
Sunday
for
Gales
be expected to handle the situa­
and Mrs. E. L. Lloyd Sunday.
tion without state aid and that to pick strawberries.
Mr. and Mrs. Riley Hall, son
if any indications were given that Tommie and daughter Dorothy
The government is behind
the sheriffs of the counties over
the state did not properly main- spent Sunday as the guests of
every deposit you have—
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Turner on
tain law and order that he would
the O.-A. hill.
up to $5000. That la the
remove them from office.
Mrs. Edith Varley of Buxton' i Mrs. Ida Reginbal and her
guarantee in the
finest
father,
Henry
Beaver
are
pick
­
The governor then went on at spent the week end with her
ing strawberries at Forest Grove.
some length expressing his views daughter, Mrs. Levi White.
world—as certain as the
in general and what he expected
Mrs. Maxine Smejkal i s
Hazel Parker spent Saturday
very existence of our gov-
of all the sheriffs in Oregon.
and Sunday at the home of Mrs. visiting with her sister, Mrs. Mar­
ernmentl Make your de­
vin Hult.
People here have expressed the John Roibbins.
opinion that the governor took
posits
with confidence —
E.
Houghteling
and
son
Rich
­
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fowler
advantage of Mr. Weed’s letter left Tuesday for Portland with ard visited with relatives at St.
they are guaranteed, by
to state the administration’s their son Delbert for medical Johns.
Federal Deposit Insurance.
stand
on law
enforcement attention.
Elmer Bergerson was a business
during strikes to the public and
Mr. and Mrs. Noel Woods and caller at the home of S. Baker.
"THE ROLL OF
other sheriffs of the state, mak­ family of Stony Point were guests
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Justice'
ing Mr. Weed more or less the of Mrs. Dan May Saturday.
and family motored to Buxton onj
HONOR BANK”
“goat” so that the governor
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parker Thursday.
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could get his point across. The and sons speent Sunday at the
Mrs. Hill from Vernonia was
accounts given by the Portland home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles a guest at the home of Mrs.
The Forest Grove
press sounded as though Gov- Biggs near Pittsburg.
Warfield on Tlpjrsday.
ernor Martin were severely rep-
Mrs. Les Ray Norris of O.-A.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Baker and
rimanding Sheriff Weed, where hill was a guest of Mrs. Bert family motored to Astoria on
in the minds of local people, no Hawkins Sunday.
Saturday and visited with rela­
J. A. Thornburgh, Présidant
criticism was warranted.
MrA Bud Rose entertained tives and son Vernon, returning
R. G. Thornburgh. Caahier
Indignation was also expressed Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Kirby home on Sunday.
that the governor should give the Rose and family of St. Helens
Tom Engen and son are work­
An Oregon Institution
matter so much publicity even and Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Lloyd of ing on the barn at the Warfield
before his letter reached Mr. Riverview.
place.
Weed.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gill and
It is understood that the sherifl son spent Sunday at the home
replied to the governor although, of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
unlike the chief executive, he L. Ritz on Corey hill.
did not give his letter to the
Mrs. Delbert Glenn and young
press.
daughter who has spent the last
two months with her mother,
Willard Batteries
The Qharles Barnes family Mrs. George Bell, on Corey hill
H
BARBER
GENERAL MOBILGAS
JOy
SHOE
has recently moved into the spent Friday with her sister,
Oil* . .
Expert Graatia,
Childs house on C street and the Mrs. Dick Lynch in Riverview.
Haircutting for Men
Clint Kilby family is occupying
Mrs. George Parker entertained
Women and Children
VERNONIA
the house vacated by the Barneses. Mrs. Rose Young and a group of
GOVERNOR'S LETTER
TO SHERIFF WEED
RESENTED IN COUNTY
Riverview
Guaranteed!
Treharne
NATIONAL BANK
Professional & Business Directory
Expert Work Guaranteed
SERVICE STATION
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Brown, Mrs.
J. W. Brown, Raymond Brown
and Marcus Brown went to Port­
land Sunday to attend the violin
recital of Miss Wilma Lou John.
SPECIALS
For
Friday & Saturday
Meats
Eat Nehalem Valley
Beef and help the lo­
cal farmers.
Beef Roast 1 7p
Pound .......... _..... > • V
Round Steak
20 C
lb...............................
HAMBURGER
Lb.
17c
33c
2 Lbs.
Shortening
4 lb. pkg........
57c
RINSO
23c
Large Pkg.
Washing Powder
Q
24 oz. Pkg.................. ¿JC
White King
Rippled Wheat 25c
2 lb pkg.....................
White Wonder Soap
8 bars
23c
Quick Quaker Oats
Large Pkg. ...
24
COFFEE
OUR BLEND
Pound ..........
20c
WHOLE WHEAT
BISCUITS
94-
2 pkgs.......................
BISQUICK
Large pkg.......
33c
VEGETABLES
Fresh Tomatoes 25c
2 lbs .......................
BAFFORD BROS.
Mazda Lamps
Electrical Appliances
General Plumbing
Vernonia
Roland D. Eby, M. D.
Physican and Surgeon
OFFICE HOURS
SATURDAY
9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Town Office 891
9 a. m. to 3 p. m.
H. M. BIGELOW
Oregon Gas and
Electric Company
C22 Bridge St.
Telephone 691
DENTIST
Joy Theatre Building
Vernonia - - - Oregon
NEHALEM
TAVERN
3 MILES NORTH EAST
OF VERNONIA
Roland L. Treharne
Fresh Cabbage
Expert Automobile Repairim
5c
lb...............................
WELDING
service
STATION
SPINACH
Portland-Vernonia
Truck Line
lb...................
TWIN FIR
5c
Lb..................
TURNIPS
CELERY
W. A. DAVIS, Proprietor
Bunch ........
5c
15c
Daily Service
Office with Crawford
Motor Co.
Nehalem
Telephones ____ 611, 1041
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