Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, June 26, 1936, Page 10, Image 10

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    VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNONIA, OREGON
PAGE TEN
FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1936.
body is invited to these services. |
„5 tfS^j-1 l/fw der at H. A. Wilson’s
25c2
Bring the family and your |
! friends. There will be fine sing-1______________________________ FOR SALE— Nice fryers for
eating purposes. Rooms and
ing and the preaching of the WANTED— Capable girl or
!good old Gospel of the saving' woman for housework for adultg> apartments to rent. Meters instal­
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Grapp
psus Christ.
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Grace nf
of J
Jesus
Christ.
$15 per month. Mrs. Gust led in apartments. W. O. Porter­
The Pastor,
26? field, 253 North St.
Schmidlin,
Phone
13F35.
K.
Linn
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0
1
Waltz
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3
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Vernonia Boots Away
P. J. Van Bruggen.
¡Graham ..... Vs
Messing ... 2 Vi
FOR
SALE
—
Used
Majestic
cab
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Game to Ballin
1 Coman ....... 3 Brickel ........ 0
A boy was born Wednesday inet radio in excellent condit­
i Replogle ...2 Vi P. Linn ....... Vi
The Vernonia baseball team Richardson ..3 Plumb ........ 0 to Mr. and Mrs. William Ellis ion. Paterson Furniture Store, tf
booted away a ball game Sunday Patterson . .. 0 Heath ....... 3 at the home of Mrs. Ellis’s par-
to Ballin by a score of 4 to 1. ! E. Bushong Vi Skuzie ..... 2 Vi ents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Mel- FOUND— Boy’s wrist
Owner may have same
The whole team showed the ef- [ | Gipson ........ Vi
Hartwick . 2 Vi linger.
at
feet of a long layoff and made j
Mrs. Jack Nance, who under­ ing for this ad. Mrs. A.
7 miscues.
went an operation for appendi- ley, Riverview.
There will be a dance at
sitis
in a Portland hospital, re­ FARM FOR SALE— 59 acres.
Heiser, Vernonia’s ace left
the Natal Hall Saturday
turned home Sunday.
hander did the hurling for the,
River bottom. 30 cleared. Good
evening
June 27. Good
locals and the veteran Day pit-1
Chas Schmidlin was deliv- house, 2 barns, large orchard,
ched for Ballin. Heiser displayed
music.
ering the last of his strawberry electricity, 4 miles south of Ver-
more stuff than any pitcher the I --------------------------------------------- crop arodnd Treharne Wednes- nonia. Vi mile to school. Daily
fans have seen this season but FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH day.
mail. Easy Terms. See Rilla Sny-
ragged support cost him the
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The Livingstones, Ministers
game.
CARD OF THANKS
A. M. Services: Bible School at
The team is working hard this
9:45;
a
real
school
of
religious
We wish to thank our many
week preparing for the Amity
instruction;
your
presence
will
be
friends-
for their expressions of
game Sunday. Vernonia and Am­
ity have always played a close a mutual joy. Communion service kindness and sympathy in our
Al Denny, Alton Roberson and Art Davis
many
game, so the fans can expect a at 11 o’clock, the morning recent sorrow and for the
have taken over the management of
thriller. Heiser will again
again yucn
pitch preaching service follows immed- beautiful flowers.
Sub-
and
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Al
Webb
for Vernonia and 1 Woods for I iate,y> closing „x? at ----- 12 --- noon.
_ 11 to
. _
ject of sermon “Christ’s «zii Call
family
Amity.
the Hero.’’
OPENING DANCE JULY 3 and 4
The game Sunday is the open­
P. M. Services: Intermediate Getting Down To Brass Tacks
Howard McCutchan’s 8-piece Band
ing game of the second half of and Junior Christian Endeavor
DANCES EVERY SATURDAY THEREAFTER
(The Forest Log)
a split season. Amity won the societies will meet as usual at
first half so naturally the loc- 7 P. M. Helpful and interesting
Dear Hazel: Please publish the
als are preparing to upset the meetings. Song service and even­
following figures in your Duffel
winners.
ing preaching at 8 o'clock, sub­ Bag and ask the customers what
ject of the discourse,- “The Gift they think about ’em:
WRESTLING MATCHES TO
of God.”
Population of the United
RESUME FRIDAY, JULY 10
Prayer meeting and Bible
States .................... 124,000,000
study every Wednesday even­
Wrestling matches will be re- ing at 7:30; you are cordially in­ Eligible for old age
Burned Friday, July 10, accord­ vited to attend all of the pub­
pension ................ 50,000,000
ing to announcement by Bert lic services.
Tisdale, promoter.
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74,000,000
Mr. Tisdale intends to stage NEHALEM VALLEY COUNTRY Number of persons
prohibited from
CHURCH
the matches Friday nights in­
working under child
stead of Wednesdays as formerly
AIRWAY COFFEE
OXYDOL
Important congregational busl
4a/
labor law and
in order to accommodate loggers
washing
powder
those working for
.
from Camp McGregor as well as iness meeting next Saturday eve­
3 lbs
large pkg ........
government ............ 60,000,000
from the other camps. The plan ning at Jewell in the school
NAPTHA SOAP
is to present matches every two house. Every member is urgently
FLY TOX
14,000,000
Feldmans
weeks, alternating with the union requested to be present. The
5 bars .........
school bus will be used to bring Number of persons
meetings on Friday nights.
Pint bottle
them from all parts of the val­
13,999,998
unemployed ......
PEN JEL
MILK
Forest Hills Wins Golf ley.
Fruit pectin
Maximum or Mt.-
Sunday morning Sunday school Balance to produce
2 pkgs ........................
Match 33-21
2
Vernon, 3 cans ....
Nations goods ....
as usual at Jewell and Birken-
Grapenut Flakes
Just you and I, and I’m dog­
The local divot diggers did the feld. Preaching services 11 o’-
MAYONNAISE
best they could Sunday but is was clock in the morning at Birken- gone near petered out! How
Aristocrat,
tr
pkg........................
not quite enough, as the Forest feld and 7:30 o’clocks at Jewell. about you?
quart jar .................... TtOC
Ira
Wade
Messages
by
the
pastor.
Every-
Hills boys were hot as foxes,
COCOANUT
■
and won 33-21. The high light of
Bakers southern style A
CANDY BARS
can .............................
wC
the day’s play was the match be­
3rfoGrUM....................
tween Johnny Bushong and Tom­
BEER
my Bateman, a 34-36 and 36-35
Brown Derby, 22 oz bottles
TUNA FLAKES
to halve their match.
refund on bottles
Clearwater
i f
The Vernonia golfers turned
2 for .........................
No. Vi tins, Each.... _. 11C
out splendidly. Bert Tisdale, man­
Shredded Wheat
ager of the course, will arrange
MARGARINE
I will pay $10 reward for the apprehension of the
TROCO
for other matches this summer.
person who so maliciously stole the following plants
lie
Lb..................................
Pkg.
from Mrs. Boeck’s grave: Martha Washington ger­
The scores were as follows:
anium, varigated leaf geranium, fibrous Begonia, (waxy
Vernonia
Forest Hills
green leaf) and red fuchia. Flowers together in one
Bateman
1 Vi
pot.
L. A. BOECK
lVi
Bushong
Mills ........ . 3 Childs ..... .. 0
Miller ...... . 2 Dial ......... .. 1
BANANAS
WATERMELONS
Goodman .. 0 King ..... ... 3
golden ripe
Klondykes
—
Tisdale .... ...Vi
Brown .... 2Vi
Lb......................
Lb .......................... L
.
1
Anderson . 2 Simon .....
Baker ...... . Vi
NEW POTATOES
ORANGES
Patterson . .2 Vi
U. S. No. l’s
99 ~
Sunkist
Todd ...... . 2 Dick Linn .. 1
5 lbs ......................... ¿¿C
2 dozen ...........
Brown ...... .1 Vi
lVi
Bush .
The Independent Line
... 0
Fendall .... .. 3 Inouve
Leaves from Vernonia Hotel for Portland via Buxton
and Banks.
SPORTS
DANCE
Natal
(Qtaiirafev
Announcement
ARCADIA PARK
j
RB
Specials for Fri. & Sat.,
19c
o, 17c
49c
19c
21c
20c
25c
10c
IOC
REWARD
39c
1 13C
r- _
PRODUCE
5c
-C
Portland—Banks Stage Line
TELEPHONE 131
7:55 a. m. and 4:55 p. m.
2 trips daily ..........
Modern Dance
By Three Link Club
Saturday
......... 10 ____
a. m. and 7 . p. m.
Arrives _ in ____________________
Portland
Leaves Portland from Central Stage Depot, (Park
and Taylor) Daily except Sundays and Holidays.
8 a. m. and 5 p. tn.
Arrives in Vernonia ........................ 10 a. m. and 7 p. tn.
Sundays and Holidays only—
Loaves Portland 10:30 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Call Service between Keasey and Vernonia.
ASK FOR PORTLAND-BANKS STAGE LINE
I. O. O. F. Dall
FARE: $1.30 ™EY
0
rt ° r T
25c
In Our Market
OYSTERS, pt.......... 18c-
18c-
qt.
SALAD DRESSING, pt...... 15c,
DILL PICKLES, qt.......................
LARD, 2 lbs .................................
35c
qt. 29c
5c
25c
We reserve the right to limit quantities
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