Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, November 08, 1935, Image 3

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    VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNONIA, OREGON
CLIFF DWELLERS
frlends pretty worried for a while,
Is well on the road to recovery.
As far back as 1000 B. C., appar­
ently, men were living in caves of
what Is now the Mesa Verde nation
tl park.
DUST
MOVIE AND RADIO
r—a-ñ—nrr._Bv VIRGINIA VALE---------- ;____________
SEND FOR THIS GIFT!
DIONNE 'QUINTS’
BIRTHDAY BOWL
ESLIE
HOWARD
is
in posers hastily dashed oft new words
I -v Hollywood again, rushing
to get a picture done and hurry
back to Broadway ; he’s going
Richard Dix’s twin
to do “Hamlet”—he’ll act in it, and Robert, are
produce it, stage it—do every­ Richard himself gets
thing but write it, which day. Bing Crosby is
sons, Richard
thriving and
prouder every
the only man
Shakespeare saved him the trou­ in moviedom who can stand up to
him.
ble of having to do.
Have you heard Helen Hayes on
the radio in that nice serial that
she’s doing? She's
still gloating over
being able to eat
everything she
wants to. She had
a birthday th . other
day, and to» the
drst time tn 15
years she could eat
a piece of her own
• This offer is made to cele­
birthday cake! She
brate the selection of Quaker
weighed 93 pounds
Oats as the cereal for the
.six weeks ago; then
Dionne Quintuplets, even be­
cam the necessity
fore their first birthday. You
Helen Hayes
tor putting on
will love this souvenir. A
weight so that she could play Queen
beautiful design in lifetime
Victoria on the stage — 40 or 50
chromium, 6"in diameter, use­
pounds was what she had to gain.
ful for serving many things.
She’s put on 10 already.
Send now to address below.
After all, you girls who yearn tor
IN VITAMIN B FOR KEEPING FIT*... a career in movies might do well
to remember that you’ll have to
abandon eating to a great extent If
1C WORTH OF
you make the grade. Even the stars
QUAKER OATS
who declare that they can eat what
equals
they want to are really careful
about dieting, and getting beaten up
3 CAKES OF
during the course of the daily mas-
FRESH YEAST
sage is taken as a matter of course.
—*k—
Quaker and Mother’s Oats are the same
* Where poor condition is due to lack of Vitamin B
!" THE QUAKER OATS CO.
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Box L, Dept. J,
2, Chicago, III.
I am inclosing two Quaker or Mother’s Oats
trademarksand 10c to help cover special mail­ !l
ing and handling charges. (2 trademarks and
ll
13c for Canadian readers.)
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for It, and the midshipmen will be
singing it any minute now.
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There have been complaints that
there aren’t enough girls on those
amateur hours ou the radio — so
brush up on your specialties, girls,
and send In your names!
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Loretta Young is really ill ; Twen
tleth Century-Fos has had to post­
pone “Kantona'' until she recovers.
And W.
Fields, who had his
ODDS AND ENDS . . . Claudette
Colbert's will probably be the next
Hollywood marriage . . . Eleanor
Powell gets the “Ballerina" role that
all the toe dancers have yearned for
for a year . . . Lew Ayres is a happy
man; at last he's going to direct a pic­
ture—“The Glory Parade" a talc of
the Civil war . . . Paramount wants
stories for Gladys Swarthout, Jan Kie-
pura and Carl Brisson ... If Kiepura
can be convinced that the company
wont stand for temperamental fits, he
ought to be a success.
ZEAL
Through zeal knowledge Is gotten,
through lack of zeal knowledge is
lost; let a man who knows this dou­
ble path of gain and loss thus place
himself that knowledge may grow.—
Buddha.
CONSTIPATED
After Her
First Baby
Finds Relief
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(<•) Western Newspaper Union.
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For Eyes Irrtiated
By Exposure
To Sun, Wind
and Dust
She had given up hope
of anything but partial
relief until she learned
of famous all-vegetable
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pation and biliousness—wliat a change! New pep
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bowel, gi ves com-
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mometer with the purchase of a 25c box of NR or a
10c roll of Turns (For Acid Indigeation.)
-MO THOSE OLD BUSYBODIES^ WffiE LIIT l E
WERE SAVING I WAS CROSS TUf?N-COAT/ AMD
SHE’S SUPPOSED
AND IRRITABLE >
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TO BE MOOR
BEST PRlEMD/
WELL, HELEN
TRUTHFULLY
I,.. I MUST
AGREE WITH
THEM I
Joan Bennett arrived in New York
with her two little girls, and though
she posed very willingly for camera
men, refused to let her children be
snapped. Just the old bugaboo—fear
of kidnapers.
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Paramount must be pleased with
the way the • public is flocking to
see “Little . America,” the motion
picture which records the experi-
ences of Admiral Byrd and his men
on their second trip to the Ant-
arctic. It's even more thrilling than
the first of the Byrd pictures. And
if you're lucky enough to live in or
near a city that is on his route
you may hear the admiral lecture
as well.
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Dolores Costello is returning to
Feel That They’re Slipping
LoBingTheir“Grip” onThings the screen In a perfect role for her,
that of “Dearest.” the beautiful
young mother. In “Little Lord
Fauntleroy," with Freddie Bartholo­
mew as the hero with the long
curls.
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Now Science Explains
Why So Many People
Past 40
Many people ’round 40 think they're
“growing old.” They feel tired a lot
. . . “weak.” Have headaches, dizzi­
ness, stomach upsets.
Well, scientists say the cause of all
this, in a great many cases, is simply
an acid condition of the stomach.
Nothing more.
All you have to do is to neutralize
the excess stomach acidity.
When you have one of these acid
stomach upsets, take Phillips' Milk
of Magnesia after meals and before
going to bed. That's all!
Try this. Soon you'll feel like
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convenient new Phillips’ Milk of
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ALSO IN TABLET
Phillips' Milk of Magr
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let is the equivalent of
a teaspoonful ot Gen­
uine Phillips’ Milk of
Magnesia.
P hillips
/l/i/ft c f /iia.
And, speaking of Freddie—now
that he’s making so much money,
his father and
mother want custo­
dy ot him. His
aunt has been his
guardian since he
was three, when he
was living with his
grandparents. H e
is glad to go right
on belonging to his
aunt, but would
like to provide for
the education of his
two small sisters.
Freddie.
Since his aunt is
largely responsible for his success,
it does seem right that the court
allowed ner to have him—epeclal-
I ly as he adores her.
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Mary Pickford has a new protege:
she is Ariane Borg, a nineteen-year^sld
French girl, uho was signed up by
Jesse Lasky for the pictures he'll make
for the new Pickford unit.
I'here's a s<mg in “Shipmates For­
ever” that's such a knockout that
the .Naval Academy has adopted it
to sing at football games—the com-
ALWAYS knew coffee
wai harmful to chil­
dren ... but how could it
hurt me?”
“Oh...many adult«, too,
find that the caff ein incof­
fee upset« their nerve«,
causes indigestion or
prevents sound sleep!**
If you are bothered by headaches, or indigestion, or
can’t sletp soundly ... try Postum for 30 days. It
contains no caffein. It is simply whole wheat and
bran, roasted and slightly sweetened. It’s easy to
make ... costs less than half a cent a cup. Jt’s de­
licious, too ... and may prove a real help. A product
of General Foods.
FREE) Let u» send you your first week's supply
of Postum free! Simply mail coupon.
S kncrai . F oods , Rattle Creek, Mich.
Please «end me, without coat or obligation, a week'« supply
of Poatu».:.
Neme
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