Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, January 17, 1936, Image 8

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    VERNONIA EAGLE. VERNONIA. OREGON
Scenes and Persons in the Current News
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world— as certain as the very existence of our govern­
ment! Make your deposits with confidence— they are
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The Forest Grove
NATIONAL BANK
J.
A.
Thornburgh,
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President.
Mazda Lamps
Electrical Appliances
OFFICE HOURS
1—Photograph from the Ethiopian war front showing some of Halle Selassie’s warriors starting from
Pessye on a raiding expedition. 2—Workmen tearing down old buildings in the five-block federal slum clear­
ance project in Detroit. 3—Brig. Gen. Oscar Westover, who lias been made chief of the army air corps.
SATURDAY
9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
9 a. m. to 3 p. m.
In Ancient Garb for the Royal Christening
Oregon Gas and
Electric Company
622 BRIDGE ST.
TELEPHONE 691
Professional & Business Directory
THE GOLDEN RULE
BARBER SHOP
N. S. SODEN, PROP.
High court ofllclals of Japan donned ancient costumes to conduct the formal christening ceremony for
Prince Masahito Yoshi, second son of the emperor and empress. Left to right are: Dr. Sanjl Mikami. Baron
Kojiro Uchiyaina, Gen. Count Sunehide Shimizudaui, Kntsumori Shiba, Baron Shiro Kobayakawa and Vis­
count Ilakaru Matsura.
NEW GOVERNOR
40 Unpublished Victor
Herbert Songs Revealed
New York.—The existence of
more than two score of Victor Her­
bert melodies which the public has
never heard was disclosed by the
late composer's daughter.
They are contained In three un­
produced Herbert operettas and
have been in the posssesslon of Mrs.
Ella Herbert Bartlett since the
death of her father In 1924.
Only one of the unproduced op­
erettas is complete.
It is called
"The Lavender I.ady" and was writ­
ten In 1914, shortly after "The
Only Girl” was produced.
"Of course, the book Is out
of date now," said Mrs. Bartlett,
"but the music is still fresh and
the score remains just as he
wrote It."
W. Elmer Holt, president pro tern
of the Montana senate, who suc­
ceeded the late Frank H. Cooney as
governor of Montana. Mr. Holt will
serve until the geueral election next
November.
Manley Ottniar Hudson. Bends
professor of international law at
Harvard University Law school,
Site of Sea Lion, Walru»
The adult male sea lion is about who was nominated to be a judge
11 to 12 feet long and weighs from of the World court, to succeed
1,200 to 1,500 pounds. The wal­ Frank B. Kellogg, who resigned.
rus attains a length of about 10 The League of Nations will elect
feet, but a much greater weight, Mr. Kellogg's successor next Sep­
tember.
one and a half tons.
BAFFORD BROS.
General Plumbing
Vernonia
Roland D. Eby, M. D.
Physican and Surgeon
Town Office 891
H. M. BIGELOW
DENTIST
Joy Theatre Building
Vernonia ... Oregon
NEHALEM
TAVERA
3 MILES NORTH EAST
OF VERNONIA
Willard Batteries
GENERAL MOBILGAS
Oil» . ,
Expert Greaaiag
VERNONIA
SERVICE STATION
Roland L. Treharne
Expert Automobile Repairint
WELDING
ROLAND'S
SERVICE STATION
Nehalem Valley
Motor Freight
W. A. Davis, Frank Hartwick
Propietors
Portland- Timber- Vernonia
Mist- Birlcenfeld- Jewell-
Astoria
Vernonia Telephone 1042
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