Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, January 17, 1936, Page 6, Image 6

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FRIDAY,
VERNONIA. COLUMBIA COUNTY, OREGON,
PAGE FOUR
JANUARY
17,
1936
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I SOCIETY NEWS - CLUBS - FRATERNAL
| were revealed. Swan favors held
MRS. L. ROBERTS
i the names of new birthday
IS CLUB HOSTESS
I friends for the coming year.
The afternoon was spent in-
Mrs. Loel Roberts entertained
at her home Thursday afternoon 1 formally with needle work and
of last week for members of the in making humorous New Year’s
i resolutions.
Queen of Hearts club.
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Mrs. William Briot held high
score at bridge, and Mrs. Wil­ MRS. 1. N. McCOLLOM
liam Heath, second high. Others ENTERTAINS TEACHERS
present were Mr.s. Roland D.
Mrs. Ivan N. McCollom en-
Eby. Mrs. Frank Hartwick, Mrs.
George Plumb, Mrs.| Ben Brick- tertai.ned the wives of teachers
el, Mrs. Lowell Hieber and Mrs. and lady faculty members at
her home Wednesday evening.
Jack Nance.
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who was joint hostess with Mrs.
Harold Ridenour. Pot-luck sup­
per was served after cards. First
prize for ladies was won by
Mrs. Rose Cobat; for men, by
Roy Cobat. Consolation award
went to Charles Barnes. Mem-
Eat Nehalem Valley
Beef and help the lo-
cal farmers.
Beef Roast
Lb.................................
Lb..............................
After usual low down payment
Lb.
17c
2 Lbs.
Pork Chops
Lb..................................
Pork Steak
Lb.....................
Lettuce
2 New Low Finance Cost—6% plan—J of 1% a month
on total unpaid balance plus insurance.
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3 New Complete Insurance—actual value—broad form
fire and theft; $50 deductible collision; combined
additional coverage such as damage from falling air­
craft, cyclone, windstorm, earthquake, tornado, flood,
riot, hail and explosion.
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heads
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Cranberries
Lb..............................
Lemons
Doz...............................
Sunshine Krispy
2 lb pkg......................
The Independent Line
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Leaves from Vernonia Hotel for Portland via Buxton
and Banks.
Rinso
Large pkg...................
TELEPHONE 131
8 a. m. and 5 p. m.
Tomatoes
10 a. m. and 7 p. tn.
Arrives in Portland
Leaves Portland from Central Stage Depot, (Park
and Taylor) Daily except Sundays and Holidays.
No. 2% tins, each .
Golden Dates
8 a. m. and 7 p. m.
2
Arrives in Vernonia ........................... 10 a. m. and 7 p. m.
TEST.—WE HAVE IT!
3 lb. tin ..................
ASK FOR PORTLAND-BANKS STAGE LINE
28c
31c
23c
10c
23c
25c
COCOA
10 rt ° r T
Hershey’s
% lb............................
10c
SODA
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Arm and Hammer
3 lbs ..........................
25c
SPECIAL SERVICE FAMILY WASH
We do all flat work through the new roller mangle.
Flannel, bath towels and underwear through dry tumb­
ler. dry and fluffy (smooth)
Nehalem
guarantee shirt collars will stay pressed for a
Shirt neck sizes when received wiii be the same
returned. Try our new special shirt pressing ma­
and you’ll be satisfied.
Market & Grocery
DRY CLEANING
We clean every day but Saturday. If in at 9 a. m.
will be returned the same day.
The Best Equipped Shop in Columbia Co,
15c
KARO
Call Service between Keasey and Vernonia.
We
week.
when
chine,
Vernonia Auto Co
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Red Label
Demand when getting that demonstration
The JOLTMETER
lbs
Sundays and Holidays only---
Leaves Portland 10:30 a. m. and 8 p. m.
FARE: $1.30 °NAEY
10c
CRACKERS
Portland—Banks Stage Line
2 trips daily
15c
Lb...........................
Cauliflour
Optometrist
Jeweler
22c
3 lbs ................ ... 25c
AUTHORIZED FORD DEALERS
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25c
VEGETABLES
1 New Lower Monthly Payments—no need to pay more
than $25 per month after down payment.
Glasses Fitted
18c
Lb..................................
Ford Dealers Offer You
Three Advantages ...
Will be at Kullander’s Jewelry Store
Monday, January 20.
33c
Beef Cubes
OF UNIVERSAL CREDIT
COMPANY
DR. CHAS. O. ANDERSON
To the New Car
Purchaser
23c
HAMBURGER
Phone, Office 72, Res. 73
Office Hours 7 to 12 1 to 5
Special Attention to
Obstetrics
A. L. Ku Hander
15c
Sirloin Steaks
NOTICE
on any new car—
Friday & Saturday
now buys
-a New
DR. R. I. HALL
Physician and Surgeon
965 Bridge St.
Eyes Examined
For
A MONTH
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Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hatfield
Mrs. A. L. Bassett was host­
ess ti> the Betty Brite circle of were hosts at an informal social
the E. M. S. Tuesday afternoon, party at their home Saturday
evening.
present
at which time committees were__
____ Those
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-------- were Mr.
appointed and work for the year and Mrs. John Ambel, Mr. and
was outlined.
| Mrs. Stanley Olson, Mrs. Myrtle
Rev. H. R. Scheuerman led a1 Layer and the Hatfields,
short devotional service and Mrs. i
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Ida Henry gave a reading. A ¡NEHALEM ASSEMBLY
social hour and refreshments were 1 PICKS OFFiCERS
enjoved by the eleven members I
present.
. I New officers
______ _ for Nehalem As-
Mrs. Frank Crawford will oe|sembly Order of Rainbow were
the hostess next month.
meeting
* elected at the regular mpAtlncr
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, of the order Monday night. The
MRS. H. DUNLAP
complete list will be announced
IS GUEST OF HONOR
I following the installation cere-
| monies Monday evening, Jan.
Mrs. Hugh Dunlap was the 27.
dir-1
*
guest of honor at a birthday
,
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ner Friday. The guests helping pino CHLE CLUB
Mrs. Dunlap celebrate were Mrs. MEETS AT MRS. ROSS’
E. L. Dereberry, Mr. and Mrs. I
Perry Mellinger,
Mellinger, .
Ker, Uriah
unan mcmmikw
The pj
nochle club met Friday
rrmay
Pinochle
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ellis, , Mr. amllat the home of Mr.s. John Ross
Mrs. Oliver Mellinger and child-
ill
ren.
The annual birthday luncheon,
of the Vernonia Study club was
a del’ghtful occasion at the home
of Mrs. Judd Greenman Thurs­
day, January 9.
A buffet luncheon was served |
at one o’clock, during which the'
identities of past birthday friends
SPECIALS
Meats
MRS. BASSETT ENTERTAINS . MR. AND MRS. HATFIELD
ARE HOSTS
BETTY BR1TES
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STUDY CLUB HAS
BIRTHDAY LUNCHEON
bers and husbands present were
Mr. and Mrs.
Everett Snyder,
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Mr. and Mrs. Ira Rollins, Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Cobat, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Denck, Mr. and Mrs.
Ted Aspinall, Mr. and Mrs. Blaine
Cobat, Mr. and Mrs. Ridenour,
Mr. and Mrs. Barnes, and Mr.
and Mrs. Ross.
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While driving between Hills­
boro and Portland Sunday Geo.
Leverich had the top of his car
blown off in the high wind.
Vernonia Laundry
and Dry Cleaners
Phone 711
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Incorporated
Phone 721
We Deliver—FREE!
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