Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, October 25, 1935, Page 3, Image 3

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    FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25,
VERNONIA EAGLE. VERNONIA^OREGON
1935.
PAGE THREE
has been gradually killing off fish I county association of Townsend
The movement is not being
in various tributaries of the Col­ clubs, which was to have been made because work has been com­
A camp of the Pacific Wood­ umbia river, particularly the i held here on the 20th, was post­ pleted in this area but because
men Life association was institut­ Willamette, has been known to poned on account of so many at- it is much further advanced than
Entered as second class matter ed Thursday night. Emil Messing the fishing interests for years, i tending the convention in Chica­
i but there was not enough gen- go. On Sunday, the 27th, a mass in other areas, the report states.
August 4, 1922, at the post office was elected council commander i era! public concern to bring about meeting will be held with a pub­
Enlistments in the CCC have not
and O. T. Bateman clerk.
at Vernonia, Oregon, under the
I remedial, or prevention regula­ lic speaker from Portland.
been up to expectations as a re­
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act of March 3, 1879.
sult camp quotas are unfilled and
It is reported that a cougar
But the spectacle of thousands CCC OUTFIT AT BOY-
transfers of men to districts where
has been bothering around the i of salmon an<j other valuable fish
MEMBER.
INGTON BEING MOVED the work is least advanced has
houses at Keasey and the mothers | being killed at one blow by one
been founr necessary.__________
have been taking their children 1 leak from a pulp mill pipe ought
to school.
(Astorian-Budget)
to bring the lesson home to the
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iGamp Boyington established
public. When the people realize
A marriage license was issued that the federal government and here two years ago as one of the
Ask Your Grocer for • . .
Oct. 18 to Clifford Chester Fow­ the state governments of Oregon first CCC camps in this area will
RAY D. FISHER,
ler and Ruby Frances Biggs, and Woshington are spending mil­ be eliminated as a main camp No­
Editor and Publisher
vember
4
according
to
advices
both of Vernonia. The young lions of dollars to propagate fish
couple were married in St. Hel- life, they will resent such waste from camp officials today.
All but 50 of the 196 men now
bitterly.
; ens Sunday.
Such events as at St. Helens at the camp will be maintained as
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are totally unnecessary. Pulp mills a side camp.
. . . for 2 good Reasons—
The old 'Vernonia mill west of and other factories can dispose
Movement Under Way
Rose avenue has been leased to of^jyaste material in other ways
IT’S MADE AT HOME
W. Lindsay, who will prepare to without throwing it into the riv­
The movement of men has al­
IT'S BETTER
operate it with a full crew im­ er or running pipes so near the ready started and is scheduled to
mediately.
river that a break can pour riv­ be completed by November 4.
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ers of deadly acid in among the Captain Frank C. Finch, now in
charge of Camp Boyington, will
Wilburn Hall and son Lee fish. Since fish and game author­ take the men to the new camp
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mossman have just returned.from an ex- ities have started an investiga­
and family of Cambridge, Idaho, ' tended trip visiting relatives in tion, we can expect to see act­ and assume command there. Cap­
ion taken soon to safeguard fish tain Rayond Lehde and Lt. Rob­
are visiting at the home of their I I -. Idaho.
ert M. Mitchell who have been
from such carelessness.
daughter, Mrs. L. G. Mecklem.
—Astorian-Budget at Camp Boyington, have been re-
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lieved of duty.
Chas. S. Matthews has disposed
I WALDPORT TOWNSEND
of his interest in the M. and M.
CLUB MEMBERSHIP
Pharmacy. The business will now
HAS BIG INCREASE
be conducted by K. A. McNeill
WITH MODERN EQUIPMENT
under the name of Mac’s Phar­
Mrs. Nannie B. Hall
MURDER ON THE RIVER
macy.
Complete Laundry Service
The Waldport Townsend club
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That wholesale slaughter .of fish was organized in March with a
EXPERT WORK
The Klan lodge of Vernonia near St. Helens, apparently re­ membership of 100, and has now
entertained its members with a sulting from leakage in a pulp grown to a membership of 372,
waste pipe, will unquestionably
banquet last Friday night. Plates give a needed impetus to the ag- all paid up but three. Tuesday
evening, Oct. 15, the club met
were laid for two hundred.
agitation for action to curb pol­ with a large attendance, and the
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lution of streams by pulp mills expense money was paid to the
Emil Messing, Wm. AsplanJ, and other manufacturing plants delegate, Perry Mitchell, who will
Phone 711
Jack Bush and Dr. M. D. Cole which dump material harmful to represent the club at the Chi­
got no deer. All that was seen fish life into our streams.
cago convention.
was one hind quarter as it went
The fact that such material
The meeting of the Lincoln
Vernonia Eagle
over the hill.
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Vernonia Bakery
BREAD
Ten Years
Ago * « < «
Vernonia
Bakery
What Other
Editors Say
DRY CLEANING and PRESSING
Vernonia Laundry
and Dry Cleaners
...but,after all is said and
done, it’s the cigarette it­
self that counts
.. . the question is,
does it suit you?
when it comes to a cigarette that
will suit you ... you want to think whether
it’s mild, you want to think about the taste
That Chesterfields are milder and taste better
is no accident . . .
The farmer who grows the tobacco, the
warehouseman who sells it at auction to the
highest bidder, every man who knows about
leaf tobacco will tell you that it takes mild,
ripe tobaccos to make a good cigarette.
Ê 193}. I jccitt a M ybbs T obacco C o .
In making Chesterfields we use mild ripe
home-grown and Turkish tobaccos.
.. for better taste