Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, November 01, 1935, Page 12, Image 12

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VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNONIA, OREGON
vided.
work of National and State
Dated and first published Nov- Parks, Indian Lands, Reclama­
ember 1, 1935.
tion Service, Biological Survey, |
FOR SALE— Apples. 50c a box.
OSCAR G. WEED
i soil conservation or grazing.
Sheriff of Columbia County,
Gloria Mundi and others. Will
Other approved winter period
Oregon
camps in Oregon include Reeds­
deliver or come and get them at
port, Reehers, Cascade, Zigzag, j
end of Slaughter House Road af­
CALL FOR BIDS
Nestucca, Arboretum, Mill City,
ter 4 p. m. on school days.
H.
SEALED BIDS will be received Cascadia, Belknap, Sisters, Fall
A. Reeher.
44*1 by the undersigned up to and Creek, Gunter, Walker, Steam­
including the hour of 8 o’clock boat, McKinley, Situm, Brodford,
NOTICE I will not be respon- P. M. on Nevember 18, 1935, at Umpqua, China Flat, Wimer,
the Washington Grade School in
sible for any debts contracted Vernonia, and thereafter pub­ Rand, South Fort of Rogue River,
Elk Creek, Agness, Applegate, '
by my wife, Mrs. Edith Cecil licly opened for $10,000 in re­ Gasquet, Mill Creek and Baker.
44*1 funding bonds of School Dist-
Wood.
In Washington other camps un- I
rict 4/,
‘ ’ Columbia County, Ore- der jurisdiction of the North Pa­
W. N. Wood
gon, to be dated July 1, 1935 cific Region will be located at
FOR SALE— 10 acre ranch on and to mature serially in from Glacier, Hamilton, Skagit, Usk,
good " rock road, electricity, one to ten years as follows: Twin, Snider, Darrington, Gold
good water. Sale price includes $1,000 on July 1, 1936; $1,000 Creek, Quilcene, Sultan, Index, j
cow. $700. T. R. Henderson 43*2 on July 1, 1937; $1,000 on July Sand Paint, North Bend, Icicle, I
1, 1938; $1,000 on July 1, 1939; Elma, Electron, Naches, Mineral, j
SMALL TEAM, mare and horse, $1,000 on July 1, 1940; $1,000 on Cathlamet, Hemlock, Washougal
4 years old weighing 1100 July 1, 1941; $1,000 on July 1, and Lower Cispus.
pounds. Been hitched few times, 1942; $1,000 on July 1, 1943;
Directions from Washington re­
absolutelv gentle and broke to $1,000 on July 1, 1944; $1,000 quire that transfers to the win­
ride. Will take cattle or cheap on July 1, 1945; and to bear in­ ter locations be accomplished by
horse in trade. Frank Rinck, terest at a rate not to exceed October 31st. Men in camps that
Banks. Oregon.
43*2 5 per cent per annum, payable are being abandoned are begin­
semiannually at at the fiscal ning to move this week.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
agency of the State of Oregon in
»
SIX ACRES at Brownsmead. the city anf state of New York or
»
near Knappa. Young orchard, at the office of the County treas­
few outside buildings, 4 acres urer of Columbia County, Ore­
cleared. Will trade for cattle if gon, at the option of the pur­
I
desired.
Frank Rinck, Banks, chaser.
Oregon.
43*2
Bids must be unconditional and
Lt. and Mrs. Perry Thomas,
to be accompanied by a certified
Jr., U. S. N. of Washington D. C.
check
in
favor
of
said
district
in
THÉ STATE OF OREGON
an amoqnt not less than $300. j and Long Beach, Cal., spent the
FOR THE COUNTY OF
. The bonds will be sold to the i week end at the home of Mr. .
COLUMBIA
highest bidder, but the board re­ | and Mrs. Harold Ridenour.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
serves the right to reject any
Mrs. Myrtle Layer gave a large
In the matter of the estate of and all bids.
GEORGE NELS BERDAHL, De­
First published November 1, Hallowe’en party Wednesday eve­
ceased.
1935.
ning in honor of Rosalie and
The undersigned having been
Last publication November 8, Jeannette Layer.
appointed by the above entitled 1935.
Court of the State of Oregon,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Clarkson spent I
THOMAS C. GRAVES
for the County aforsaid. Admin­
Clerk of School Dist 47
the week end in Portland on
istrator of the Estate of George
Columbia County, Oregon business. They will visit Mr. and
Nels Berdahl deceased, and hav­
Mrs. Francis Thomas.
ing qualified, notice is hereby I
given to the creditors of, and CCC CAMP LOCATIONS
Charlie Justice sold his place
FOR WINTER PERIOD
all persons having claims against
ARE ANNOUNCED and has moved to a place nearer i
said deceased, to present them,
Vernonia.
verified as required by law, with­
in six months after the first pub­
Winter period locations for the
BeqMlah Baslington gave a (
lication of this notice to said I 60 CCC camps under forest ser­
Administrator at his law office i vice jurisdiction in Oregon and Hallowe’en luncheon Wednesday. :
in Veazie-Gray building, St. Hel­ Washington were recently approv­ The guests were Mrs. R. L.
ens, Oregon.
ed by director Robert Fechner Spencer, Mrs. Mike Stolen, Mrs.
George G. VanNatta
in the national capital, and pro­ Clyde McDonald, Mrs. Stanton,
Administrator of the Estate of I vide
__________________
__ _______ |
for 25 camps _____
in Washington
Mrs. Richards and Mrs. Uhlin.
George Nels Berdahl deceased.
|and 35 in Oregon, according to
Raymond Justice spent the ,
Dated September 28, 1935.
forest service announcement.
Date of first publication Oct. | Seven Oregon and three Wash-1 week end with friends at Bux- '
4, 1935.
ington camps will be established ! ton and Banks
Date of last publication Nov. 1, in locations approved for the
Mrs. H. A. Rogers and Mrs. j
1935.
last period but which could not I
spent
Tuesday I
be occupied owing to shortage in “en
Bennett
NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE ¡enrollment. Camp building for quilting at the home of Mrs. R. I
On Saturday, November 30, i these locations had been con- L. Spencer.
1935, at 10 o’clock a. m
m. at
at cne
the 'structec' dur'n8> the past six mon-i
' ths. These locations in Oregon!
—---------- --
front door of the C_".—
County court house at St. Hel­ I will include State and private J Red Cross Has Busy Year;
ens, Oregon, the undersigned land camps at Nehalem, Trask,
Statistics Impressive;
Sheriff will sell at public auc­ Black Rock. Crabtree, Triangle
Services Varied
tion to the highest bidder for Lake, and Hilgard and one nat-i
cash the following property, to- ional forest camp at Bly in the [
Figures gathered at random
Klamath
Falls-Lakeview
district.
wit:
from the year’s report of the
In Washington new locations will
All of Lots Numbered Six, be occupied at 25 Mile Creek on | American Red Cross reveal the
Seven and Eight in Block “A” Lake Chelan and at Entiat and: magnitude of the work being car­
ried on by that organization.
of the town (now city) of Rain- Taneum in the Wenatchee dis­
ier, in Columbia County, Oregon. trict.
Red Cross workers assisted 54,-
142
as filed in Book “J” pages
. _
Of the 35 Oregon camps 20 will, 305 veterans; 587 Red Cross Pub­
and 143 of the Deed Records of be on the national forest, 11 on
lic Health nurses paid 921,455 vis­
Columbia County, Oregon, and state and private land and 4 on
its to 186,326 patients; 98.441 first
which property faces on Com­ Oregon and California revested
aid certificates were issued while
mercial street and also on Har­ grant lands.
46,693 persons were trained in
rison street of the said City of
In Washington the approved
Rainier. Oregon.
list includes 16 national forest, life saving. Volunteer workers
produced 3,102.843 surgical dress­
Said sale is based on an ex­ camps, 8 state and private land|
ecution dated October 28, 1835 camps and one U. S. Navy camp.1 ings, with 80.901 volunteers being
Information is not available at [ on active duty throughout the
upon a mortgage foreclosure is­
year.
sued out of case No. 3999 Eq. the U. S. forest service regurd-
J j
in the Circuit Court of the State ing locations of camps devoted to
of Oregon for Columbia County,
directed to the Sheriff of said
county, wherein Dorothy L. Kliks
is plaintiff and J. B. E. Bourne;
Lulu Hoover; et alia are defen­
ants. wherein the decree is dated
October 22, 1935 and filed Oct­
Leave from Bush’s Cafe
ober 24, 1935, and requires the
7:30 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. daily for Port-
sale of the above described real
property to satisfy the said de­
land
via Timber.
cree ob about $1609.20 plus the
costs accruing since said decree,
Leave Portland, from Yamhill stage
and which said sale is made sub­
ject to redemption as by law pro-
depot, daily at 9 a. m. and 5:15 p. m. Call
Classified Ads
Oregon Motor Stages
DR. R. I. HALL
Physician and Surgeon
965 Bridge St.
service between Camp 8 and Vernonia.
Sundays Only: 12:30 p. m. for St. Helens.
Leaves St. Helens 3 p. m.
Phone, Office 72, Res. 73
Office Hours 7 to 12 1 to 5
Special Attention to
Obstetrics
FARE: $2.10 round trip, $1.30 one way
Ride the new Oregon Motor Stages
I
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1,
First Aid Treatment
Taught Thousands
By Red Cross
More than 187,000 certificates
showing completion of first aid
courses were issued last year by the
Red Cross. This shows a gain of 56,
000 certificates over the previous
year. Approximately 64,200 boys in
C.C.C. camps throughout the country
passed first aid tests. Since the Red
Cross first entered the field of first
aid teaching, being one of the first
organizations in the world to do so.
almost one million persons have
been trained in handling emergency
treatment.
The anual report of the Red Cross
further reveals that more than 327,-
000 copies of the Red Cross First Aid
Handbook have been sold at home
and abroad.
1935.
change of correspondence with
junior members in 62 other coun­
tries having Red Cross Societies.
Last year 3.837.941 ' persons be­
came members of the Red Cross. The
annual roll call takes place each
year between Armistice Day and
Thanksgiving Day.
Use the Eagle Classified Ads
for
best
results.
We do but
one kind of
printing —
GOOD
PRINTING
Junior Red Cross members in­
creased by 402,000 enrollments dur­
ing the year which has just passed.
Jjunior members carried on an ex­
DANCE
at ARCADIA PARK
Saturday, November 2
Refreshments Served
Good Music
SAFEWAY STORES
STOCK UP
Cor Winter
Special Values for Friday and Saturday
COFFEE
EGGS
Large Extras
.................
Doz.
Every
Hgg
35c
Guaranteed
FLOUR
Candlelight
$1.69
49 lb bag . ...
Shortening
Snow Drift
Triangle Oats
Quick or Reg.
............
53c
Tomato Soup
cans
......................
4
O A
Mellowest
29c
Pumpkin
No. 2^ tins, 2 for
19c
Cream of Wheat
BEANS
lbs
10 lb. cloth bag
63c
J j C
9 lb bag
10
SUGAR
Campbell’s
3 lb can ...........
Small white or
ir‘” 18c an,,50c
red 49c
LIGHT GLOBES
G. E.
60 watts each ....
large pkg.
22c
COFFEE
1 ft
1VL
Maxwell House
Lb....................................
29c
Fresh Vegetables
APPLES, Jonathan’s, 10 lbs ................ 25c
SWEET POTATOES, 4 lbs..... .............. 15c
ORANGES, Sunkist, 252 size, doz....... 23c
POTATOES, Yakima no. 2’s 50 lbs... 65c
FRESH MEATS
FRESH OYSTERS, pint ............
BEEF ROAST, lb.............................
29c
15c
55c
SHORTENING, 4 lb pkg.................
BOLOGNA, LIVER SAUSAGE or
WEINERS, lb................................................. 17c
VEAL STEW, lb.......................................... 12c