Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, June 19, 1936, Page 5, Image 5

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    FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1936
PAGE FIVE
VERNONIA EAGLE. VERNONIA, OREGON
Riverview. Noble Dunlap is the went to work for L. A. Peter­ Resolved:
contractor.
son filing saws.
That the Mountain Heart Re­
The heavy rains caused the bekah Lodge No. 243 of which
Nehalem river to rise three feet Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Webb are
Entered as second class matter
members, desires to extend to
in the past two weeks.
August 4, 1922, at the post office
'them, sympathy in their great
at Vernonia, Oregon, under the
bereavement.
act of March 3, 1879.
Committee of Mountain Heart
William Rose represented the
Rebekah
Lodge 243.
Natal grange at the state grange
Beulah Baslington
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convention in Lebanon, Oreg m
May Mellinger
last week.
Mrs. Francis Reicord left for
Ruby Biggs
Mr. Benson, business and pur­ Seattle, 'Wash.. Monday. She has
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chasing agent for the state high­ been staying at the J. O. De-
RAY D. FISHER,
way department was here last Vaney home for the past two
Editor and Publisher
week on business.
weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Byers from
Betty Cummings, who has been
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Warrenton were week end guests going to school in Portland, re­
Nancy Ridenour returned home
at Mr. and Mrs. Don Depue’s.
turned home Sunday.
last Friday after a two weeks
Noble Dunlap took his mother
Mrs. Jack Hurley of Vernon- visit with her aunt, Mrs. Paul
from Riverview to the Nehalem ia spent Sunday at the J. A. Dodge.
valley pioneer picnic Sunday.
Armstrong home.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Graves
Mrs. Don Depue, with her sis­
Joe Lindsley visited at his par- and family motored to Portland
Vernonia Eagle, June 18, 1926 ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen ent’s home Saturday. Sunday he last Friday to attend the Rose
Peoples returned from a trip to and Annabel Lindsley left
Festival parade.
H. E. McGraw recently stop­ California for two weeks. They
Toledo, Oregon, where she
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lachine
ped his car, got out and caught visited relatives in Calpine, Cal.,
work during the summer.
and son and Mrs. Lena Lachine
a pretty young fawn and headed and drove into Reno, Nevada,
The annual school meeting was returned to Vernonia last week
the creature to the woods with a to see an uncle and aunt. They
held at 8:00 o’clock Monday after a couple of weeks visit with
few kind words of advice.
were all delighted to get back to night at the Pleasant Vale school. relatives in Hoquiam, Wash.,
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Oregon.
L. 0. Gillham was reelected for
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thompson
A walk over the residential
Mr. and Mrs. Orin Riggs and clerk and Frank White reelected
part of the city last Sunday con- children from Houlton were the for director with W. J. Lindsley and son Bill were Portland vis­
itors last Friday.
vinced us that the blue ribbon guests of Mr. and Mrs Jake and Otto Boeck.
Mrs. Joe Lachine from Toledo,
for this week’s most beautiful Neurer Sunday.
J. A. Armstrong left for Mist
home, lawn and flowers goes
Miss Bettie Cameron with her Sunday where he is working. Washington, is spending a week
to the Krinick home on A street. mother from Portland was here His family will remain at Keasey. with her sisters, Mrs. Dora and
Lena Lachine.
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last week calling on Natal folks.
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A call Tuesday morning at the Miss Cameron will teach the
Oscar Enstrom made a busin­
IN MEMORIAM
Nance home, where a chimney Natal school the coming term,
so ess trip to Portland last week.
“Gone is the face we loved
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fire had developed, resulted in
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Doyle spent
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Krugerman
dear,
the firemen arriving and put- from Ilwaco, Wash., were here Silent is the voice we loved to the week end in Portland with
ing "out the fire almost before last week to visit Clyde John­
Mrs. Doyle’s parents, Mr. and
hear,
the whistle had stopped blowing. son, a brother of Mrs. Kruger- Too far away for sight or speech Mrs. Ben Bergstrom.
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man, and their many friends in But not far for thought to reach.
Mrs. J. L. Collins and Betty
A. L. Kullander is in early the valley.
Sweet to remember him who once
daylight training on the tennis
Bob Seal is building roads and
was here,
court these mornings, preparing rigging beyond the Julia Whittig And' though absent is just as
to meet Helen Wills in battle as place down the river.
dear.”
soon as she returns from her
Mr. Risley has the contract to Whereas—
European trip.
haul rock for the hard surfac­
It has pleased God in his all­
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ing of the Mist-Pittsburg high­ wise providence to remove from
New teachers in the Vernonia way. The trucks started hauling this earthly sphere, Alfred H.
high school for next year will Monday to their supply depot Webb, Jr., the son of our dear
be Mrs. W. R. Hammack, Miss near Big Eddy.
sister and brother,
Flossie 1 Perce and Miss Ruth
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson Resolved:
Hickman, Mrs. Hammack is a from Pittsburg, were visitors at
That the removal of such a
teacher of considerable exper- Mr. and Mrs. Lee Osborn’s last life leaves a vacancy and shadow
ience in the schools of Oregon, Wednesday.
that will be deeply realized by
in some of which she held the
Jack McDonald from St. Helens family and friends,
position of principal. During the
past school year she taught in
Philomath college. Mrs. Marjorie
Cole, who taught in the high
school for the past five years,
did not wish to be reelected.
Vernonia Eagle
Natal
KEASEY
IUM0CA15M
Ten Years
Froembling are here spending
two or three weeks with Mrs.
Collins’ daughter, Mrs. Nettie
Nichols. Mrs. Collins and Betty
Froembling are from Portland.
Everett Snyder is home from
Castle Rock, Washington.
LODGES
A. F. & A. M.
Vernonia Lodge No. 184
A. F. & A. M. meets
at
Masonic
Temple,
Stated
Communication
First Thursday of each
month. Special called
meetings on all other Thurs­
day nights, 7:30 p. m. Visitors
most cordially welcome.
George Plumb, W. M.
Glenn F. Hawkins, Sec.
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Order of Eastern Star
Nehalem Chapter 153, O. E. S.
Regular commu­
nication
first
and third Wed­
nesdays of each
month, at Ma­
sonic
Temple.
All visiting sis­
ters and broth­
ers welcome.
Mrs. L. H. Dewey, W. M.
Leona McGraw, Sec.
IF
,
Vernonia Plumbing Shop
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Plumbing, Heating and
Sheet Metal Work
Fred Hansen, Prop.
Phone 392
Professional & Business Directory
Oregon Motor Stages
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F. E. Malmsten and family
were in Salem over the week end
to attend the graduation exer­
cises at Willamette university.
Miss Hazel Malmsten graduated
from the university Monday and
returned to Vernonia Tuesday.
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C. Bruce is having a fine new
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home built on his property in
We Pay Cash
for
CASCARA
5c lb.
Present Price
MEADOWS Aluminum
Washer in good condition.
For Sale ................. $35.00
VERNONIA
Trading Co.
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Leave from Bush’s Cafe
7:55 a. m. and 4:55 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
NEAL W. BUSH
Attorney at Law
Joy Theatre Bldg. Ph. 663
In Vernonia Mondays and
Tuesdays
Dr. Chas. E. TATRO
Chiropractor —
Radionist
Physio-Therapist
OVER CLINE FUR. STORE
Phone 231
H. M. BIGELOW
DENTIST
Joy Theatre Building
Vernonia - - - Oregon
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
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Guaranteed!
DR. R. I. HALL
Physician and Surgeon
965 Bridge St.
Phone, Office 72, Res. 73
Office Hours 7 to 12 1 to 5
Special Attention to
Obstetrics
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