Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, March 06, 1936, Page 10, Image 10

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VERNONIA EAGLE. VERNONIA. OREGON
FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1936
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Classified Ada
Jean Babb, six year old daughter moved into O.-A. house No. 21.
of Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Babb, for­ Mr. Knight is employed in the
FOR SALE— Cockerels, high- mer Vernonia residents. She pas­ O.-A. office.
Mrs. Bob Woods was hostess
laying strain, White Leghorns, sed away after a brief illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ever- for a number of friends at pin-
Buff Minorcas and Buff Orph-
intons. $1.00 each. Edith Epping, saul and daughter Adelyn retur­ jchle on ¿Tuesday afternon.
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Vernonia.
lOcl ned to Vernonia Tuesday follow­
ing a four-day trip when they Mill-View Grocery
CALL FOR WARRANTS
visited Mr. Eversaul’s parents
Opens Tomorrow
All outstanding warants of for two days at LaCenter, Wash.,
In Simmons Bldg.
School District 47 endorsed “not and spent two days with Mrs.
paid for want of funds” were Eversaul’s father and sister in
The Mill-View grocery, owned
called for payment Feb. 28, 1936, Portland. They motored to Port­
and interest ceased on that date. land again Thursday for exam­ by L. V. Larsen and H. G. Greg-
erson, formerly of Silverton, is
THOMAS C. GRAVES ination of Mr. Eversaul’s hand
opening tomorrow in the Sim­
in
which
he
broke
a
bone
sev
­
Clerk, School Dist. 47
mons building, opposite the O.-
eral days ago.
NOTICE OF *BOND SALE
Rainbow girl’s benefit dance A. mill.
The proprietors plan an “open
Notice is hereby given that tonight, IOOF hall. Music by
sealed bids will be received by
house” in celebration of the ev­
the
Rhythm
Rascals.
Adm.
25c
the undersigned until the hour
Adv ent.
of 8 o’clock p. m. on the 21st
day of March, 1936, and immed­
Mrs. Ben Bergstrom of Port­
iately thereafter publicly open­ land spent last week with her B. J. CLINE PUTS IN
ed by the district school board
STOCK OF NEW AND
of Union High School district daughter Mrs. Joe Doyle. On
OLD FURNITURE
No. 1, of Columbia county, Ore­ Saturday Mr. Bergstrom came
gon, at the High School building for the week end.
B. J. Cline is putting in a
at Vernonia, Oregon, for an issue
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Layer and
of funding bonds of said school
stock of new and second-hand
children
visited
in
Portland
over
district in the amount of $45,-
furniture in the store at second
600.00, to be sold for not less Friday.
than par value and accrued in­
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Halverson of and Bridge street in which his
terest, to be dated March 21, Forest Grove moved to Vernonia shoe shop is located. He has
1936, and to mature serially in
leased the shop to W. J. Thorn­
numerical order at the rate of and live in the Austin apart­ ton, and will devote his atten­
$4560.00 on the 21st day of ments.
March in each of the years 19-
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ego and tion to the furniture department.
37 to 1946, inclusive, provided, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bureau
Mr. Cline handled furniture
however, that bonds of said issue were guests of Mr. and Mrs. for several years in this location,
which mature on or after March
but did not replace his stock
21, 1938, are subject to call Hugh Dunlap last weea.
G. E. Clapper of Portland cal­ when business in the community
and redemption on March 21,
1938, and on interest paying date led on his daughter, Mrs. Leona declined.
thereafter.
Calhoun Tuesday morning.
Said bonds are to bear inter­
Mrs. Myrtle Layer was a St.
est at a rate to be specified by
the bidder not to exceed 6 per Helens business visitor Monday.
cent per annum, payable semi­
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Best and
annually, both principal and in­ son of Buxton were Sunday vis­
terest payable at the fiscal ag­
ency of the state of Oregon in itors of Mr. and Mrs. E. Snyder.
Dance to music of Clatskanie 1
the city and state of New York
or at the office of the county Rhythm Rascals, IOOF hall to-!
treasurer of Columbia county, night. Benefit Rainbow girls.
Oregon.
adv |
Bids must be unconditional and Adm. 25c.
The Rebekah club will meet
accompanied by a certified check
or cashier’s check of a bank do­ with Sally Brown March 10 in­
ing business in Oregon, in the stead of at Mrs. Schaber’s
amount of One Thousand Dol­
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Matson of
lars.
The board reserves the right to Longview, Wn., visitsd Mrs. Clar­
reject any or all bids.
ence Gunderson for three days
H. M. CONDIT
this week.
Chairman, District School Board,
Mr. and Mrs. E. Knight and
Union High School District No.
from Portland have
1, Vernonia, Columbia County, children
Oregon. Address: Vernonia, Ore.
ATTEST:
E. R. MILLS
District Clerk
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Oil Cloth
Latest Colors and
Designs
A daughter, Dorothy Jean, was |
born Sunday morning in Port­
land to Mr. and Mrs. Ivan N.
McCollom.
Sunfreeze ice cream will be
featured at the soda fountain in I
Mac's Pharmacy which reopens I
March 10.
Adv
Mrs. Marvin Porterfield left I
Sunday for a visit of a couple of i
weeks with her mother in Hood
River.
Word has beten received here
that services were held recently
in Potlatch, Wash., for Barbara
46” Width
28c
per yard
HOFFMAN |
IIDWF. CO.
Oregon Motor Stages
Leave from Bush’s Cafe
8:00 a. m. and 5:00 p. m. daily for Port­
land via Timber.
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.
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
1111 ■■■■-■w
J. L. SP1GHT SERVICES
and Electric Co.’s gas service
TO BE HELD AT MIST in Tacoma and formerly mana­
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Funeral services for the late
James Lewis Spight, who died
at Scappoose February 29 at the
age of 70, will be held by the
Country church of the Nehalem
valley, in the Lutheran church at
Mist, on Sunday, March 8, at
2 p. m. with the Rev. P. J. Van
Bruggen officiating.
James L. Spight was born in
Jacksonville, Onsoville County,
North Caroline, and lived at Mist
the latter years of his life.
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Mrs. F. E. Malmsten, Mar­
shall Malmsten and Otto Malm­
sten made a business trip to
St. Helens Friday.
E. J. Ludeman, commercial |
manager of the Washington Gas I
Modern Dance
Three Link Club
Music by
“Rhythm Rascals”
Sat., March 7
1.0. 0. F. Hall
ger of the Oregon Gas and
Electric Co. here, was a Ver­
nonia business visitor yester­
day.
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Use the Eagle Classified ads.
Wrestling
Legion Hall,
Vernonia
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11
Jack Curtiss, 162 lbs, vs
Tarzan Costello, 163
Don Sugai, 162 lbs vs
Vic Chambers, 161 lbs
Also
a 30-Minute Prelim.
First Bout Starts Promptly
at 8:30 P. M.
Adm. 45c
Seats on Sale
at Skinny’s