Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, January 10, 1936, Page 5, Image 5

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    FRIDAY.
JANUARY
2,
Vernonia Eagle
Entered as second clami matter
August 4, 1922. al the poat office
at Vernonia. Oregon, under the
act of March 3, 1X79.
RAY D. FISHER.
Editor and Publisher
Ten Years
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Vernonia
Eagle,
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Jan.
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1928.
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VERNONIA EAGLE. VERNONIA. OREGON
1930
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and Veldon A. Parker spent the home of Mrs. Virgil Whitsell on holidse vacation.
holidays with their parents, Mr. I | ('ore/ hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Baker,
and Mrs, A. L. Parker, and with
Mrs. Lee Bowers was the guest Vernon and Loretta from Tre-
their sister and fanny, Mr. and of Mrs. Virginia McMullen of harne were Sunday evening vis­
Mr». E. II. Condit of St. Helens. Pittsburg Monday.
itors at the home of Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Parker I
Mrs. Edith Varley is upending Mrs. Jake Neurer.
will »pend n week al the nome
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Doud mov-
of Mrs. Parker'» parrnut in Cor-1 .the week with relatives in Forest ed down to Mist to live last week
‘ Grove.
vallis. Mr. Parker wa« transfer-»
Mr. and Mrs. Dan May are end.
red to the Shasta national foi
The Natal school resumed Mon­
visiting
friend« in Portland for
e»t and
is stationed at th»-
day
after a two week« Christmas
a
few
«.ays.
Squaw Creek ranger »tation, six
vacation.
and
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Levi
White
mile» from Ydalpom, Cai. His
Mrs. Ratcliffe from Vernonia
district covers several thousand Elxa Varley were shopping in
was a business visitor here on
acre», with 500 mile- of trail St. Helens Saturday.
hi»
Veldon
Parker received
Mr. and Mr*. Al Crowder of Monday.
Junior forester rating form the Seattle are visiting their mother,
The state highway crew was |
government last year, and for Mrs. Crowder in Riverview.
busy la»t week cleaning out dit­
several months ha« supervised the
Mr. and Mr». Art Norris of ches and dram pipes.
pine salvaging of a large area
A
number
of
construction
Barton, Oregon visited at the
which the government haw sold home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie hands are getting out piling for
to the Pickering Lumber Co.
bridges up Oak Ranch Creek.
Christiansen la*I week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Doud were
Mr. and Mjs. Tom Golden of charivaried Monday night of last
HIGHWAY WIDENING
Goble and Mr. and Mrs. Spurge week while they were calling
BETWEEN HILLSBORO
Golden and baby were guests on Mr. and Mrs. Otis Seal.
AND GROVE URGED of Mr. and Mrs. John Ehler.
Mr. and Mrs. Shorty Monaco)
I Forest Grove News-Times)
were Portland visitors Thursday.
Reiterated rem »nstrance of the Their car wa* slightly scarred ’n j
Chamber of Commerce against | an accident on the return.
Mr». Clarence Gunderson is
the continued disregard of ne«-d
for widening the highway be «pending a few day« in Tacoma
tween Forest (»rove and Hill» and Longview.
Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Anderson i
boro, brought the assurance from
the office of the Oregon State spent the week end at the horn«-
Highway commission
that the of his folks, Mr. and Mrs. J. M
matter would have the attention Anderson of Boring. Oregon.
of the commission at its next
Mr«. Tom Scott and son Tom.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
meeting.
Jr., of Ca»tle Rock. Wa»h., visit­
Delegations of Forest Grove ed Mrs. B. B. Hawkins Wed­
bu»ine»« men have made numer­ nesday for a short time and on
ous trips to Salem to appear be­ returning home took Mr». Hawk­
fore the commission m r«-gard to ins with them for a two weeks
widening the road. Each time the visit.
needed improvement has been ad­
mitted by the b ard and consid­
Plu
eration has been promised. To
date, however, nothing ha» bc«-n
done to make the road safer
for the traveling public.
There i» now a wide mad be
The potato growers’ meeting
tw«-en Hillsboro and Portland, was held Tuesday, Jan. 7 at the
but residents of the eastern en I Natal hall in charge of Mr. Jen­
SUNDAY
of the county must travel six kins and County Agent George
mile» from Forest
Grove on Nelson.
Joan Blondel! in
narraw pavement, with »oft dirt
Bob Seal’s camp is not logging
shoulder» along the entire way. now. The crew are building road*
i
Whm weather i* wet or foggy back in the woods.
the mad
becomes cxcecdmgi.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Peterson and
dangerous.
their children visited Mr. and
Traffic on the road is extensive Mr«. Lee Osborn on New Years’
and becomes greater with each da1*
• uccreding m »nth. It was pointed
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Neurer were
out to the commission that every (Sunday guest* of Mi«* Annie
TUES. WED. THURS.
development of the construction Banter and her brothers.
of thr Wolf creek or Wilson river
Ronald Colman in
Mrs. Paul Hartsook with h?r,
mad bring» a greater volume of • mall son from Portland is spend-'
THE MAN WHO BROKE
traffic to the road between For­ ing the holiday* here with her’
THE BANK AT MONTE
mat Grow and Hillsboro.
parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. Mc-j
No intimation wa» given a» to1 Mullen.
CARLO
the date of the commission*« next
Miss Arvada Lines is bacai
meeting, but notification wa» giv­ keeping house for Mrs. Nettici
en that ropie« of the letter of Peterson after a holiday vacai--
remonstrance were being sent i ion.
Coming Next Week
to the individual members of i
Goldie Wright and Lee Seal,
the commission for their advance drove to Seaside over New Years’!
Will Rogers
information.
|
calling on relatives.
“IN OLD KENTUCKY
Mrs. Mary Peterson and her i
grandson Clarence Lindsay re-1
turned to Monmouth
U m
Gov. Waiter M. Pierce o» to
address a ma»« meeting at the
Evangelical church Tue»day, at
which time W. K. Leven«, state
officer.
will
also
prohibition
general theme will
apeak. The _
be la* enforcement, with spec-
spec­
ial stress on the prohibition law
A. Corey ha» moved his good»
to Gale» ('reek, wnere he ha
Opened a general »torr on the
highway corner.
Lori Robert* <prained hi» Ln. ■
while practising basketball Mon-
day night. Roberts has been on
the high school team for three
years.
Mi*s Goodin, high school girls*
basketnall coach, has picked the
following for the first learn
l-ola
Mildred
Berger «on
and
Nana*-, forward*: Lena Gibson
and Lygia Burt, center«; Theresa
Ih)» and <>rl«
Ji»)»
Orkan < ount*. guards,
ft B. Early Jf will begin i named-
lately the construction of an
up-to-date service station i at the
of
Rose
avenue
corner
Bridge street.
Ray
Reasoner ha* sold ht»
R
to the Kapham
gravel bu
m«-r brothers.
Kullandcr
Mr. and Mrs. A. I
• nd Mu» Seaman. Mr» Kulland
ed*» «i»ter, are »pending a few
day» m Tillamook and Indepcnd
ence.
Mrs. Parks of Spokane visited
her brother, Gene Shipman, over
New Years.
A rrowd gathered at Mr. and
Mr» Ira Peterson’s Monday night
at Natal and chivareed them.
Ray Mills returned to Fore»t
Grove the first of the week to
resume hi» studies at Pacific
university.
Mrs. S. J. Greenman of San
Francisco i« visiting at the home
of her son. Judd Greenman, Mill.
View.
Mr. and Mr» J. L Tlmvnon*
returned last we«-k
after an
absence of nearly two years
They «ay that the town loo«»
good to them andm they arc glad
to get back.
<’. F. Illrber, manager of the
1 Rd
Miller
•Merruntlle
store,
ha» recently »pent a week in
Portland in consultation < with
the heads of the firm with re
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fowler
gard to the spring program.
• nd family spent several days
recently with relatives in St.
MR
AND MRS. ALVIN
Helen».
PARKER. VELDON PARK­
Mr. and Mrs. Hud Bobbin»
ER VISIT PARENTS were St. Helens visitors T ueaday.
Mr*. Dick Lynch and Mr* I’
the
Glenn »pent
JOY
THEATRE
Doublt* Feature
M lisie is Magic
Natal
r
VOTE
Money
If School District 47 and
Union High School Disi.
1
are given authority to i»»ue
• landing
their
retire
to
bond*
out*
warrant*.
tax­
the
which
• Interest
payers must pay will be re­
duced from 6 per cent on
to
warrants
outstanding
4
or 4 Aa per cent on refund-
ing bonds
The Public Menace
I
We’re in
the Maiiev
•
. ■ ricta
.
get
a
fre»h
virtually
a
cash
will
basis and
the
enjoy
will
an
start
advantages
of being cash buyers.
• Present
warrant
need
wait
not
holders
indefinitely
for their money, or sell at
10 to 15 per cent discount.
par
get
plus
ac-
crued interest for their war-
a«
rants as soon
the bonds
are sold.
J
NEW
NO
CREATED,
DEBT
but
the
IS
form
of debt already existing is
WE HAVE THEM NOW
changed so
will
save
Vote
that
taxpayers
money.
at
the
grade school
Washington
from
2 to
7
p. m. Monday, Jan. 13, and
at the Vernonia High school
Monday.
1 h t
III H 1 T U R f
\\ <• art* now ready to nerve
you in our ii(‘w location
Jan.
27,
27.
the
at
>anie
hours, for REFUND-
ING
BONDS
THE
TAXPAYERS’
TO
SAVE
MON-
EY.
9
at the ol<l Gilby garage.
7 a ••itili No. 6-**-2»
4»» ItrhlRe Street
tube*.
lunes American
and Foreign Stations;
pulire, amateur, n»iati«»n
•on*rrsatIons, ship« at
sei«
Black Magna» Mon
) lai. Spllt-Srrond
Tailing.
• Tin* new 19.16 Zeniths are here!
Every worth-while fra t u re.
Zenit h’s new Black Magna* i»ion
Bial—Overtone Amplifier—ami
many other feature* that give
the new Zeniths excellent tone
quality—better all ’round per­
formance. Ask tor the radio
with the black dial.
EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME
Vernonia Auto Co.
The Best Equipped Shop in Columbia Co.
AND
the
district
affected
m*y
vote.
ON E Z TERMS
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FURNITURE
Only Taspayers residing in
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STORE
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Phone 801
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