Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, December 13, 1935, Page 8, Image 8

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VERNONIA EAGLE. VERNONIA. OREGON
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 13, 1935
< ' lassi f ied A ds
the university.
| and 25 cents.
Adv. , pital.
I ‘.ruck service to that city.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Rollins en­
Encouragement given to CCC
F. W. Gough, who formerly
Sam Conklin returned home
I men at Reehers to use their leis-1 tertained with cards Saturday ' from Mrs. McMullen’s hospital | ,.ondUcted
the Midway grocery
evening
serving
lunch
late.
Those
I
ure
time
in
self-betterment
is
Must
repossess STANDARD
Tuesday, and is much better in, here, now has a store in Taft,
MAKE PIANO in this locality. I typical of companies throughout present were Mr. and Mrs. John­ I health.
ion the Oregon Coast highway, ac-
ny Hatfield, Mr. and Mrs. Fran­
Will sell for unpaid balance. A Oregon and the entire country. cis Krebs, Mrs. Eula Clyatt, and I Mrs. W. A. Davis of Portland cording to word brought by W.
Classes with an enrollment of Mrs. MUude Denck.
bargain. Easy terms. Write Tall­
has been visiting at the home | A. Davis, who met him there,
man Piano Store, 415 Court St., from two to 18 men are schedul­
Dinner guests at the H. E. of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kullander I Mr. Gough is building a home in
ed
in
book-keeping,
current
ev
­
while Mr. Davis was in Seaside i connection with his store,
Salem, Ore.
49c3
ents, social problems and mechan­ McGraw home Sunday were Mr. arranging for the starting '»f i l>avis says.
and Mrs. W. G. Walker of Banks
BICYCLES— One brand new ics, diesel engines, mathmatics, ana Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hart­
music, journalism, spelling, dram­
Columbia Air Rider and one atics and tap dancing.
wick and daughter, Maxine. Mr.
McGraw was home from Salem.
second hand Hawthorne, little
Individual
reading
courses
and
The community rummage sale
used, for sale. 224 North St.
CCC correspondence courses in sponsored by the Vernonia study
49*3 subjects including forestry, sales­
club and the Rainbow girls de­
manship, history and many others veloped so much popularity to­
FOR RENT— the Newell Wood are being taken by more thar. ward the end of last week that
farm on the Stony Point road 60 men.
it has been continued all of this
3 miles from town.
Teachers are enlisted from week in the Oregon Gas and
Newell Wood, Box 425. Ver- cainp supervisory personel and en­ Electric Building.
nonia.
50c? rollees tnemselves. Although en­
Henry Young of Hillsboro. who
___
rollment is entirely voluntary, addressed a Townsend club meet­
TEACHERS’ EXAMINATION a majority of the nearly 200 men | ing at Birkenfeld Thursday even­
Notice is hereby given that of tne company take part in j ing of last week, and his son
the County School Superintend­ some definitly educational activ-1 Alexander, were over night guests
ent of Columbia 'County, Oregon ity during tneir leisure hours.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
will hold the regular examination
Harry Culbertson that evening.
of aDnlicant for State Teachers’ IMPROVEMENTS ON
Mr. Culbertson accompanied them
Certificates at St. Helens, Oregon
to
Birkenfeld.
GALES CREEK ROAD
in the County courthouse as fol­
You’ll miss a lot of fun if you
ARE
TO
BE
MADE
FURNITURE AND RADIO STORE
lows. Commencing Wednesday,
don’t see the high school junior
December 18, 1935 at 9 o’clock
play tonight in the grade school
Vernonia, Oregon
(Hillsboro Argus)
A. M. end continuing until Fri­
auditorium at 7:15.
Adv.
With the county court moving
day, December 20, 1935 at 4 o’­
Mrs. B. J. ICline took her fatii-
Phone 801
to
purchase
various
pieces
of
pro
­
clock. P. M.
posed right-of-way on the Gales er, J. W. Howell to a Portland
E. H. CONDIT
I
hospital
Tuesday
for
medical
County School Superintendent creek h:_hway, first steps are be­ | treatment.
ing taken to meet the state pro­
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Allen enter-
gram for improvement of market
Vernonia Townsend
road facilities from Forest Grove I tained at cards Friday for Mr.
j
and
Mrs. Shelby Cook.
and north toward Timber.
Club Organizes New west
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ridenour
Present plans call for a change i were
hosts at a cootie party Sat­
Group at Timber, Or. in the highway through the Heis­ urday evening. First prize was
ler hop yard near Gales City, in won bv Mrs. Roy Cobat and con­
I
Gales City and at Watts school
Special Values for Friday and Saturday
The Verrnonia Townsend club corner. The change in Gales City solation by Everett Enyder. Cov­
organized a new Townsend club would bring the highway behind ers were laid for sixteen for a
midnight
supper.
I
at Timber Sunday afternoon, the store and filling station in­
Vernonia high school juniors
with 40 new members. Arthur stead of in front on a sharp give their annual class play at
curve
as
now.
Moore of Monmouth, state con­
the tirade school auditorium to­
Improvement, besides straight- night at 7:15. Admission 15 and
gressional district organizer, ad­
eninf curves, will include oil 25 cents.
Adv.
dressed the meeting and assis­ i surface from Forest Grove to
Mi's. Louis Schroeder and Mrs.
ted with organization. A large I Balm Grove and the entire pro­ Mike Stolen were luncheon guests
number of Vernonia Townsend ject will cost $50,000. If there Thursday of Mrs. Al Johnson.
members attended, also guests are no hitches in procuring the I Pollyanna aprons, plain and
right of way, work is expected to i
Several styles and prices.
from Buxton nd other towns. commence sometime in the spring I fancy.
Ideal Christmas gifts. Sale next
and be completed as rapidly as Wednesday, Dt^. 18. Oregon Gas
possible. The $50,000 is federal and Electric Building. 2 to 5 p.m.
C. C. C. TROOPERS TO VIE
•»
..V.- i ■'v-
-¿fiE
Adv.
FOR TUITION PRIZE funds allotted to the county to
be spent on other than state high­
Mr. and Mrs. V. Middleton and
I ways.
daughter Lucinda who has been
Camp Reehers, CCC, Westim- I
visiting the B. J. Clines since
ber, (Special)— The Christmas
Thanksgiving returned to their
CHRISTMAS SALE
stocking of some CC'C trooper at
home in Burley, Idaho, Tuesday.
Camp Reehers will include a gift
Zella Cady of Portland I
w<Xih $150.
Attractive Gift» with Attractive is Miss
visiting at the home of her
Award of a one year tuition I
aunt, Mrs. L. H. Dewey.
Prices
Extra l?ancy Spitz or Delicious
scholarship to Pacific
"
university, I
Miss Ruth Holaday went to
Forest Grove, will be made to i
Longview Saturday in company
An unusual variety of Christ­ with Mrs. R. A. Simmons. She
Bushel Baskets of fancy ROMAN BEAUTIES
the Reehers member who has j
demonstrated outstanding initi- mas gifts including useful hand­ reports that her niece, Shirley
ative and industry in the campf made articles of clothing and Cole, is improving but still very
JONATHANS the best apples grown
educational program and who has
ill with pneumonia and compli­
made a satisfactory work record domestic gifts will be on sale cations.
during his enrollment period, an- Sat. Dec. 14 on Bridge St.
Quality supreme-Prices reasonable
Frances Morton at St. Vin­
nounced Lauri Pernu, camp ed->
There will be booths for Cook- cents hospital is reported to be
ucational adviser.
! , _ , .
„ ,
making a very nice recovery, al- i
Selection of the qualifying en-
Food, for Candy and a Used though necessarily slow.
COFFEE
SUGAR
rollee, to be made by Purnu and | Clothing corner,
The condition of Mrs. Al Aus-
Airway
Fine gran.
an advisory committee including
Come for yo<ur last minute tin is improving at the local hos-
18c
3-ibs50c
Lb.
53c
Lt. John J. Taggart, company
.
,
10 lb cloth bag
commander, and Ross Meeker,| Christmas shopping,
MIXED NUTS
forestry project superintendent,'
Loyal Women of C. C.
Adv.
QUAKER OATS
will be prior to December 20. |
No Peanuts
QC
2 lbs...................... ---• a ---------
...... JJC
Included in the All-Oregon;
Quick or Reg.
Qflr«
memherrship of the Reehers camp
Large pkg............
¿>VC
are many from Vernonia and Col-1
FLOUR
I
umbia county. A majority of the,
Candlelight
CANDY
$1.69
forestry foremen are Vernonia,
49 lb bag
Mrs. Annie Couch and Mr. Jack
Satin Mix
residents.
|
iui|, i Thompson .of Portland spent the
25c
Bbl.........
.. $6.69
Competition for the scholarship
2 lbs .......
fal'i1 week
end .. with Mrs. Couteh’a i
award was announced this L.",
,
as result of the cooperation of j daughter, Mrs. Melvin Chapman
\
Dr. Francis Dobbs, president of;
Be sure to see “The Poor
Fresh Vegetables
Pacific. Scheduling of faculty Rich,'” V. H. S. junior play at
8-Bulb Tree Light 48c
members for lectures at camp the grade school auditorium to-1
has been another aid offered bv night, 7:15 sharp. Admission 15
JAPANESE ORANGES—
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..............
i
I
Complete line of
Gifts for every
member of the
family
Geo. G. PATERSON
SAFEWAY 5TDR
MTGROWfR-CONMIMfR
u
Christmas
Tree Lights
Prices Lower
Than Ever
PERMA-LIGHT
Oregon Motor Stages
77c
$2.25
Leave from Bush’s Cafe
8:00 a. m. and 5:00 p. m. daily for Port-
land via Timber.
20-BULB SET
Leave Portland, from Yamhill stage
depot, daily at 9:30 a. m. and 5:15 p. m.
Call service between Camp 8 and Vernon­
ia.
Christmas Icicles
5c
Box .......................
Fancy Figured Tree Lights
3 for 25c
Tinsel Cord
5c
Sundays Only: 12:30 p. m. for St. Helens.
Leaves St. Helens 3 p. m.
FARE: $2.10 round trip, $1.30 one way
Ride the new Oregon Motor Stages
Sweet Mandarines, Box ...............
LEMONS, small lemonettes, Doz
GRAPEFRUIT, Sunkist, 3 for ...
CELERY, fresh, crisp, 2 stalks
If one goes out the rest
stay lighted.
TREE BULBS
9 for 39c
5c
— • —
IIOFFMAN
nmvE. co
89c
5c
10c
15c
FRESH MEATS
i
i
BEEF ROAST, Lb.
15c
LEG OF LAMB, Lb.
23c
17c
SHOULDER OF LAMB, Lb............
BOLOGNA, LIVER SAUSAGE or
WEINERS, lb.......................................
BACON SQUARES, Lb.
SHORTENING, 4 libs
17c
29c
55c
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