Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, June 28, 1935, Page 6, Image 6

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    PAGE SIX
VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNONIA. OREGON
FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1935.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Burnham,
remaining unpaid upon said lots are not wholly paid to the
Treasurer of said City on or before the final publication of said son Harry and daughter Annie
notice, which final publication will be on the 12th day of July, of Clatskanie spent Sunday at
1935, the Common Council of said City will thereafter order a
NOTICE IS HERHBY GIVEN that under and by virtue of warrant for the collection of said1 sums to be issued by the Recorder the home of their daughter, Mrs.
Ordinance No. 82 of the City of Vernonia, Columbia County, Ore­ and directed to the Marshal of Said City authorizing him, the said Merle Cline.
gon, made for the purpose of assessing the costs and expenses of Marshal, to collect the same.
Lavina Zeiner is spending two
a sewer constructed and completed in Sewer District Number One
weeks in Portland with relatives.
of said City, which said ordinance was approved by the Mayor of
Date of first publication June 21st, 1935.
raid City on the 17th day of July, 1924, as assessment was levied
Date of last publication July 12th, 1935.
Mrs. Oma Pierce and daugh-
and assessed against the real property hereinafter described to
ters
returned Sunday from Banks
C.
F.
HIF.BER,
City
Recorder
pay the portions of cost and expenses of said construction accru­
where they spent a month with
ing to said real property by reason of said imprivement and the
I Lynch also Margaret Haiman, friends.
benefits derived therefrom, which property was, after due notice,
spent Sunday at Seaside.
then bonded bv the owners thereof to be paid for as required under
Last Sunday Mrs. J. B. John-
the Bancroft Bonding Act; that default has been made in the
Mrs. Joe Patterson and baby
son and family, T. R. Jenkins
payment of said assessment, and the respective owners of each of
of Hillsboro were dinner guests of
said tracts have neglected and refused to pay the sume aforesaid
Mr. and Mrs. E. Buckner Satur- j and daughter Erlene visited Mrs.
for a period of more than one year, and that the description of
E. L. Lloyd, who is confined in
day.
the property, names of the. several owners, sums so assessed, date
the hospital at Portland.
of entry, and the sums assessed against the same and remaining
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Magoff
Mrs. Evertt Glenn and son
Mrs. Merle Cline and Mrs.
unpaid are as follows:
shopped in Forest Grove Mon­ Farrell, of Tooele, Utah, came
Amount
Lola Nance were Portland visit­
day-
Sunday
for
a
visit
with
her
son
Sum
I
Add- To whom
Date of
now
ors Tuesday.
assessed
Entry Delinquent
Block ition assessed
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gill and I Delbert Glenn of Riverview.
Lot
Miss Babe Serafin of Wilark
with
his
par-
baby
spent
Sunday
$
68.85
Dec.
1, 1924 $59.47
Mrs. Will May and son Chest-!
1 Ver. P. N. Fisher
1
11
53.85
28.39 ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Ritz of er and grandson Pat are visiting is spending the week with her
1
2 >> Pasco Hill
>»
26.93
14.16 Corey hill.
2 >> Pasco Hill
2 N%
relatives here for a few days. sister, Mrs. Glen Hawkins.
II
41.95
22.11
4 Frac. 2 »> J. C. Lincoln
ft
Mrs. Virgil Powell spent last
and
daughter
Mrs. May and family were Ver­
Mrs.
Eva
Jacobs
68.85
Claude
O.
Thomas
72.27
9
2
11
>>
week
in Portland on business.
68.85
Claude
O.
Thomas
72.27
18
years
Monday
with
nonia
residents
here
of
Vernonia
spent
2
10
II
53.85
25.67 her mother, Mrs. Riley Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Robbins are
3 ft E. F. Messing
2 %
ago, their home being near the
ff
11
21.07-
J. W. Brown
7.94
1 W 45ft 6
spending the week on Soul’s hill
If
T. W. Hudson of Rainier spent Counts farm.
21.07
7.94
2 W 45ft 6 11 J. W. Brown
ff
If
Lester Thomas of Portland with relatives.
.36 the week end with home folks.
H. D. VanBlaricon
.22
8
3
If
.22
.36
Friends and neighbors of Mrs.
9
3 tt H. D. VanBlaricon
Mrs. Thomas Graves spent Mon­ spent Sunday at the home of Mr.
If
H. D. VanBlaricon
.22
.36
3 ft
10
and Mrs. Ed. Buckner.
Geo. Drorbaugh gathered at her
II
day
at
Seaside
as
the
guest
of
ft
46.50
53.85
A. D. Moe
6
5
Ruby Kane spent Saturday home Friday for a pot luck din­
If
.26
.44 her sister Mrs. Ray Taylor.
6 tt H. D. VanBlaricon
6
II
tt
.44
H.
D.
VanBlaricon
.26
Mrs. Albert Moore and daugh­ and Sunday at the home of Mr. ner. The ladies spent the day in
6
8
It
13.80 ter Janet of Falls City, Wash., and Mrs. T. W. Hudson.
20.00
a most neighborly fashion, visit­
7 fl C. R. Coyle
1 W 30
II
28.39
53.85
7 11 T. M. Crawford
3
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Levi
White
and
ing and talking of things of in­
It
came
Sunday
for
an
indefinite
28.39
53.85
4
7 tf T. M. Crawford
II
28.39 stay with her sister, Mrs. T. S. Oral Varley spent Sunday at terest to all.
53.85
7 »» T. M. Crawford
5
II
Buxton among relatives.
68.85
36.31 Crowder.
S. S. Conklin
7
7
II
7.43
19.76
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson FATHER CLANCY IS FETED
2 W 30 8 ff 11 Nannie B. Hall
Mr. and Mrs. E. Sesseman of
If
53.85
28.39
J. H. Bush
8
3
and son of Pittsburg were guests
II
Vernonia
spent
Friday
at
the
tf
5^85
28.39
J. H. Bush
8
4
(St. Helens Sentinel-Mist)
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. of Mr. and Mrs. George Parker
8 fl J. W. Brown &
6
II
Saturday.
47.47
68.85
N. Gillett
Last
Sunday afternoon, follow­
Steele.
If
47.47
68.85
Mrs. J. B. Johnson and son ing the Mass at which the child­
8 ff Nell Gillette
7
Mrs. Edna Barrett of Tre-
11
If
14.16
26.93
B. J. Cline
8
8 NH
Thomas Lee, daughter Patsy Lynn ren of St. Mary’s mission made
II
26.93
14.16 harne spent two days last week
8 ff B. J. Cline
8 SH
II
came Friday from Tyler Texas their first communion, the people
» C. A. Messing
at
the
home
of
Mrs.
T.
W.
Hud
­
36.31
68.85
8
9
1
for two weeks visit with her of Vernonia parish repaired en
36.31
68.85
C.
A.
Messing
8
son.
10
II
25.98
68.85
11 ft B. A. Kliks
8
Peter Henderson has been very sisters, Mrs. E. L. Lloyd and Mrs. masse to the banks of the Nehal­
If
11
41.29
68.85
Marie Humelt
11
9
Bud Rose. She came by the way em river where they gave a picnic
fl
41.29 sick this week but at present is
68.85
11 11 Marie Mummelt
10
II
of Gunneson, Colo., and while in honor of their pastor, Father
11
28.39 resting easier.
53.85
W. T. Hatten
12
1
>>
28.39
Mrs. M. B. Hatten 53.85
Mr. and Mrs. John Elder and there visited her brother and Jos. P. Clancy.
12 I
2
28.39 Mr. and Mrs. Hector Gallaway family T. E. Jenkins and Jewell
12 ff Mrs. M. B. Hatten 53.85
3
>>
When festivities and games
If
53.85
56.51
C. A. Messing
12
4
Lloyd and family.
»
were at their height, A. Schmid-
53.85
56.51 motored to Goble Sunday, where l
is ft C. A. Messing
5
ff
C. E. Crume, father of Mrs. lin, spokesman for the group, pre­
59.46 they spent the day at the home I
12 ft E.S. Cleveland Est. 68.85
9
II
68.85
36.31 of Mr. and Mrs. Spurg Golden j C. I. Anderson, returned to his sented Father Clancy with a
Elizabeth Brown
12
10
II
45.85 formerly of Riverview.
53.85
13 » Albert Wood
home in Newberg Monday after small purse in recognition of his
»
53.85
45.85
13 ” Albert Wood
2
attending
his
granddaughter’s services as priest, founder and
It
Oral
Varley,
who
is
now
with
53.85
46.50
13 ” Albert Wood
3
II
53.85
46.50 the CCC at Falls City spent the wedding here.
builder of the Vernonia parish
13 ” Albert Wood
4
fl
Friends of Mrs. E. L. Lloyd which he has served for 13 years.
46.50 week end with home folks.
53.85
13 ” Albert Wood
5
II
53.85
78.51
16 ” Chas. D. White
1
Leonard Kostur returned Sun­ will be glad to know she is slow­
II
53.85
78.51
16 ” Chas. D. White
2
II
day
from a week’s visit with his ly improving.
TOWNSEND CLUB TO HAVE
68.85
72.27
18 ” C. A. Messing
2
11
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Biggs of OUTSIDE SPEAKER JULY 11
68.85
59.46 grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
17 ” Clarence New
8
If
Hillsboro were visiting relatives
68.85
59.46 Eastman of Buxton.
17 ” Clarence New
9
II
67.28
46.41
1 Cen. J. E. Gildard
here Wednesday.
7
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Francis
Piercy
II
An outside speaker will add-
77.18
40.73
1 ” E. II- Salisbury
10
Mrs. Clifford Fowler and fam- ress the Vernonia
II
and
baby
of
Black
Rock
came
Townsend
80.45
68.52
”
Geo.
L.
Nutt
1
11
II
39.05 Saturday for a few days visit ily is spending the week at Tren- club July 11, according to Mrs.
45.86
1 ’’ F. A. Allen
13
II
1.29
2.14 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. holm with Clifford Fowler, who A. E. Jennings, secretary. More
9
6 ’’ Mrs. E. W. Potter
11
32.21 Dan May.
1 W 50ft 1 Rose Clara L.Clevel’d Est. 68.85
is employed there.
If
definite announcement of the
59.46
1 ’’ ClaraL.Clevel’d Est. 68,85
2
Miss Billie Burnham of Clat­ meeting will be made later.
11
Mr. and Mrs. George Dror­
36.14
1 ” ClaraL.Clevel’d Est. 68,85
3 Nti
11
29.74 baugh spent several days at Ore­ skanie, who spent two weeks with
68.85
1 ” R. A. Sessman
3SM,
II
68.85
R. A. Sessman
72.27 gon City last week, where they' relatives in Riverview returned
1 ”
4
Gloria Smith of Independence
II
68.85
72.27 visited their daughter Maybelle, home Sunday.
1 ” R. A. Sessman
5
11
returned
home Sunday after a
34.43
18.20
2 ” C. C. Clay
11
Mrs. E. Fonda after spending week’s visit here with her uncle
II
34.43
18.20 and returned by the way of Port-1
2 ” C. C. Clay
12
II
a few weeks in Portland returned and aunt, Mr. and Mrs A. L.
34.43
13.04 land to visit friends.
2 ” Geo. B. Conyers
13
II
34.43
42.97
home the latter part
2 ” R. B. Early
14
Mr.
and
Mrs.
A.
D.
Lolley
and
j
Kullander.
II
34.43
42.97 family and Mr. and Mrs. Dick week.
2 ” R. B. Early
15
11
E. H. Washburn and Harry
26.93
”
C.
O.
Stilling
23.23
4
3
II
26.93
23.23
4 ” C. O. Stilling
Kerns ; were successfull in getting
4
fl
34.43
13.04
5 ” Anna E. Karr
13
a big mess of fish while on a
11
34.43
Anna E. Karr
13.04
5
14
II
week end trip to East Lake,
34.43
13.04
5 ” Anna E. Karr
15
11
near ! Bend.
68.85
6 ” Mrs. Marion Senn
5
47.47
11
68.85
6 ” Pearl Holcomb
59.46
3
L. G. Steffen and family of
11
34.43
7 ” Clarence New
29.74
1 Nt4
II
Portland
visited in Vernonia
34.42
7 ’’ J. M. Clark
36.14
1 WM,
11
..Tuesday at the home of his
68.85
7 ’’ H. A. Wilson
47.47
2
11
34.42
7 ’’ O. T. Bateman
3E%
29.74
I daughter, Mrs. Wm. Briot. Mrs.
II
34.43
7 ” Clarence New
29.75
3W M,
Briot returned to Portland with
»
26.93
10 ” C. W. Wardle
1
23.23
11
I them for a short visit.
2
26.93
10 ’’ C. W. Wardle
23.23
11
10 ” C. W. Wardle
26.93
3
23.23
11
10 ” Geo. Vosnick
26.93
4
23.23
1 Factory specifified lubrication on all
11
10 " Geo. Vosnick
26.93
5
23.23
11
moving parts.
Ask Your Grocer for .
26.93
6
10 ” Geo. Vosnick
23.23
11
10 ” Mrs. E. R. Treharne 26.93
7
23.23
2. Lubricate wheel bearings.
11
10 ” Mrs. E. R. Treharne 26.93
8
23.23
11
9
10 ” Mike Anders
26.93
33.59
Refill transmission and differential with
3.
II
26.93
10
10 ’’ Mike Anders
33.59
summer lubricant.
110x1 15 S W.
of N.
W. '■ of Sec. 4 H. E. & Leona
Check
door hinges and fittings.
4
11
McGraw
67.42
46.53
. . for 2 good Reasons-
5. Lubricate springs.
of
115 x 130 in S. W.
IT’S MADE AT HOME
»
N W M Sec. 4 O. F. Tipton
71.54
7.97
6. Check battery.
50 x 100 Adj. N. W. Corner of
IT’S BETTER
»
7. Check tires.
53.36
Ver. Block 1 Vernonia T sundry
56.00
Tract in SW*4 of NWU
11
C. A. Hills
106.75
50.39
sec 4
11
1.29
3 Sunrise R. W. Tousley
7
2.17
11
3 ’’ R. W. Tousley
8
1.29
2.17
11
1 ” Lottie Bergerson
9
1.29
2.17
TWO EDS
11
3 ” E. S. Thompson
10
1.29
2.17
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
Ili ver view
Get Kid of The Squeaks
OUR LUBRICATION SERVICE
INCLUDES
Vernonia Bakery
BREAD
Vernonia Auto Co
YaM are further notified that if the sums so assessed and
Vernonia
Bakery