Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, January 03, 1936, Page 8, Image 8

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    VERNONIA EAGl E. VERNONIA. OREGON
PAGE EIGHT
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meet next Wednc'.ay. January
s, at the home of Mi*. H. K.
McGraw.
Hetty Jane and X .»rm» Heit
Mu»t
rep.-scss
STANDARD
Mtkl PIANO m this locality «el of Portland »pent the week
en.. at the home of their aun ,
Will -ell fol unpaid balance k Mr*. H. K. McGraw
IV
bargain Kaay term» Write Tail­
' Blind Betty" will be present
man Piano Store, 415 Court St.. ed 1 »night in the C.melius Meth
Salem, Ore.
4 Pc.'» odiat chhreh by the I >cal Ki angel
i. al Endeavor player*.
FOR SKU
See Porterfield
Mr. and Mr*. Sidney Malnisten
ab. ut ».»me nice fat h.»g*. also »pent the past wwek end at the
pig-
Phone 25S STt» North St home ot their son Leonard Malta
Y ementa.
Siti ..ten in Longview. The^ found
little Barbara suffering from the
effect*
of a severe cold. Mr an.i
SALE
Team
weighing
FOR
Mr*. Harvard .Malmalen viaited in
well-mated and well- I ogngnew Wednesday
SStHY
galtest In geed shape, gentle and
Mr*.
Judd
Greenman
an i
Middle aged, Pheobe Greenman werv in Me­
t«ue for anyone
Minnville Sunday to attend th*
Will take ♦t.vck or trade them.
Frank Kinck, Hank*. Orvg.»n • O weading that evening ot Margaret
Cempt ?n and Gordon Carey ot
F.igene.
SCHOOL DISTRICT BOND
Leon Brock will return to Se­
El ECT ION NOTICE
attle Monday" to resume h.s stud­
ies» at the lniwr*itx of W ashing
State al (hefaa
ion. following a ho'lioay vacation
K .»«•<« at Calamuia
at the home of hi* parents here.
S.haal D*s tract Na. 47
Jack Marshall of Seattle. W a
X .»•.-.* - hereby given that, a'ent Christmas at home with
r and Mr* Dave Marshall.
at the *eh>ol diatriet b»xnd ♦leg-
Mr and Mr* Glenn l^ean-.er
tien hereby called. tv be held at
and Glen-.ta were dinner guest*
the Washington Gra.hr Sehwl Thurskxi »if Mr. and Mr* C.
Huhumg m and for School Dt*t- RtMhart
rxt X.< 4? of Columbia Cewaty.
Mr. and Mr* W C Tisdale and
Orecvua.
the I Sth day of family fr.im Keiso. ** spent
three d*»a recently with Mr and
January. A IY. IBS*. between Mr* Jack Heenan.
the h.vur» of f aVksA jx m and
Mr and Mr* Blatne Oabat a»J
.'\-j.vk p. m there will be *ub- .-.aaghter *rent Chnstnaa* witk
W'ttvs le the local voter* there­ Mr. end Mr* F. A Keder *».-
faraiiy m Mare .'la
of the quest
of caatrwctMtg
Grant Layer retwmue Saturday
ben-se.» i»4r Stasine»** tn the saw eieer.xg from the b.'»p.tal great...
Of IS ‘
ibi for the purp.væ of improv-ed
t
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- wa* ¡a Portland
rett: -g SS’.OWAOd m pnwcxpal
atamk
•if lawfully taaaoj oamawdtng
Mrs. Ja-k Heenan
* arrant* Sear-.ng .hatee pr-.sr to
*f Mr ani Mr*
■Hawa of —
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Classified Ads
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UHhAY. JANUARY
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onsuniption for agricultural pro-
NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING
an another example of th»*
duct
HELPS BUSINESS GROW IH
SAYS SAFEWAY HEAD yower < >f advertising.
have recently endeavored
•We
»ur
Gaklan.i, ■ Newspaper a.hcrlis to help farmer* dispose of
c«*n
ux or ih.strcssed crop» by
mg and its increasing value to
jeting widespread a<herti»mg
the continued business an.: in.f.i-
trial development of the nati n A tV pa i g ns on certain products at
ous season» of the year,” h»-
was amphasiaud here today in a
"These campaigns have
statement made public by I - A
1 eminently •ucceaaful, and
Warren, president ot Safeway
r beneficial effects to agricul
Store*. Inc
new»
Citing his own company as a ture are both a tribute to
advan-
barometer to indieatu the atti­ paper advertising and the
•tore distribution
tude of business toward advertis­ tage* of chain
"The fact that c ihain »tores are
ing. W arrvn declare», that he con
sidered the growth of Safeway believers tn advertising ha» c<>n
pace of
■»iderablv accelerated J the
t
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m MI Othvr
enlarge.!
progress-
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ha»
ay*teras but a ref’.ecuea of the their
power of newspaper* to >uild ar. i their opportunities to further
retain public raspact and pub -• serve the consuming public and
patronage
icass Mi to them the economical
f the chain »tore di»
benefits
’“As far as Safeway - ecn
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Local Boy Make»
Fine Record on
O.S.C. Frosh Team
OREGON
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STATE
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COLLKGK,
Holly
•mb played quarterback on tho
r >k team during the paat foot­
ball season.
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oruidered the moat versatile
man in the rook backfield. Ho
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$1.69
Fresh Vegetables
GRAPEFRUIT. 6 for....................
19c
APPLES, fancy Delicious, 5 lb».
25c
CARROTS. new California, 2 bunche» 9c
POT XTOES 50 lb. ba
$1.00
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kSOMNG BACON. Lb.
war
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K
of
the line before the season waa
over. Altho’ugh hi» regular poet
was quarterback, he pinched-hlt
for players in the other three
Hioni- Whenever one of the
oerned. ' he continued, “ear ad­ tnbutior tystem."
regular backfield men were out
vertmag has neen red .'m naatly
ai
newsjiaper auverusmg and I - .—.
■ i th»- lir*up because of injuriea
in Hal Moe. head rvok coach, could
Sider x* an important factor b
the growth of thu company
alway* send in Holcomb without
Watte
took
»irk
Chrtat
of the
“'It :s through advertising that
and waa unible to carry lewsonmg the atrength
pessf-.e .siwee to km»w and to ua-i
until yesterday, a hen train
ders-tarj the a*ope ef any
able to be back on thr
Ho I'-ojnb *u alwaya full of
r.e*> concern * public semev ar i
fire and ready to go Although
the O'wsdtes it offers far
172 pound*. ho
• righing only
public ceasamptaaa 1» thss new L-*>
was one if the nardeat blocher*
Mr as
age of corasserve arc c - r- . '
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and tar k 1er» on th* rook »quad.
i Mr>. Em
He «a» fast and tricky on of
’ speet Cl
fen»e,
and attribute which made
Mr* C-
him a valuable ball carrier.
; rhe B ■
Mr Mite
Whm spring practice opena
E;« ditte
ere. Holcomb will bo one of
Rei <
’he leading candidate* for the
¡-arterback
poaiUon
*n
neat
year*» Oregon State varsity foot­
ball team
i
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Vnr-
n n Holcomb, ei-Vernonia alar
ithh-tic, has been awarded fraah-
men football numeral» here. Ifo!>
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