Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, July 17, 1936, Page 12, Image 12

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VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNONIA, OREGON
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WANTED— Piano pupils. Ex­
perienced teacher. Hazel Skuzie
Clapped. 876 Rose Ave. Tel. 451.
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WHO WILL TRADE—
jars for my quart
box in good condition
Mrs. Ben Bennett, 258
pint fruit
jars? Icc
for sale.
A. St.
29cl
FOR SALE—Furniture including
davenport, buffet, bed, two dres-
sers, Montag range, rug. Mrs.
O. D. McCabe, 107 O.-A hill.
29*1
FOR SALE— Nice fryers for
eating purposes. Rooms to rent.
W. O. Porterfield, 253 North St.
NEW and MODERN TRAILER
HOUSE— Beautiful built ins.
Priced to sell at once. $125.00.
Terms. Vernonia Auto Co. 29cl
FOR SALE— Used Majestic cab­
inet radio in excellent condit­
ion. Paterson Furniture Store, tf
SALESMEN
WANTED— for
nearby Rawleigh Routes of 800
families. Reliable hustler should
start earning $25 weekly and in­
crease rapidly. Write today. Raw­
leigh, Dept. ORG-218-S, Oakland,
Calif.
28
CALL FOR BIDS
Sealed bids will be receiv’d
by the clerk of school district
number 14, known as Pleasant
Hill, until seven-thirty o’clock
P. M. July 24, 1936, for paint­
ing the exterior of the one-room
school building and the wood­
shed, and the the interior of both
school buildings.
Specifications may be obtained
from the clerk. The board re­
serves the right to reject any or
all bids.
LESTA W. GARNER
Clerk, School District No. 14.
28c2
CALL FOR *WARRANTS
Notice is hereby given that all
general fund warrants of Col­
umbia county, Oregon, endorsed
"not paid for want of funds” on
or before May 28, 1936, were
called for payment on the date
of this notice. Interest on such
warrants not heretofore called
will cease on this date.
Dated, St. Helens, Oregon
July 17, 1936
GLADYS E. PETERSON
County Treasurer
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CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincere
thanks to friends for their sym­
pathy during our recent loss of
husband and father.
Mrs. Emma Rollins and
family
FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1936
Albin Colsen and famliy, Mrs. .dale to Vernonia. They are living
F. H. Walters and Mildred were I in one of the G. W. Foust houses,
shopping in Forest Grove Mon-1 Mrs. Paul Thompson motored
day.
[to Portland Monday, accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. Al Colsen, Mrs. . by Mrs. J. H. Burnside, Mrs. Han-
Walters and daughter Mildred, I nah Short and Mrs. W. T. Lilly.
Zonwiess Douglass spent Sun-1 Erma Kent has been visiting
day in Portland.
I for a little over a week with her
Zonweiss Douglass was presen-!grandmother in Portland,
ted with an embossed medallion | E. S. Thompson was a bus-
as an award of merit from thejiness visitor in Portland Tuesday.
Stevens-Davis company, Chicago
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Ruhl were
¡in recognition of a good selling­ in Portland Monday.
idea submitted in the Sales Buil­
Mrs. E. R. Estey went to Port­
der weekly contest.
land Tuesday to be with her sis­
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie White ter who was to undergo an oper-
recently moved from Mountain- ation.
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Salad Dressing
Aristocrat salad serve
Marshmallows 1 lb. pkg. 15c
Fluffiest
Beer. Brown Derby 12 OZ. cans 10c
Case of 24 cans ............................................ ........... $2.39
Laundry Soap
Toilet Soap
Grape-nuts
15c
pkg-
Lux Toilet Soap 2 bars 13c
Morton’s SALT 2-24 oz. pkgs* 9c
BREAD
BANANAS golden ripe lb. 5c
New POTATOES U.S. No. 1 Bibs. 29c
New Beets & Carrots 2 Ige. bunches 5c
Gene Hersholt in
“SINS OF MAN”
Ride the new Oregon Motor Stages
In Our Market
Boiling Beef
lb.
—Double Feature—
“Bullets or Ballots”
—COMING—
Vernonia made. Fresh Daily.
Patronize a home product.
1H-Ib loaf white or wheat
sliced .........................................
PRODUCE
Sunday and Monday
Thurs., Fri.,
Í
OYSTERS
lb.
35c
Salad Dressing pt. 15c qt. 29c
Cudahy’s Shortening 45 lb. tin $4.85
LARD
2 lbs.
“These Three”
We reserve the right to limit quantities
“Private Number”
25c
Liquid fruit pectin
“Farmer in the Dell”
Edward G. Robinson in
5 bars
Baking Soda
1 lb- pkg. ÖC
Post Bran Flakes pkg 10c
dels Rite
29c
2 bottles
Saturday
Louis—Schmeling
Fight Pictures
TWO IN REVOLT
17c
White King Beauty cloth free
THEATRE
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. ni.
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
4 bars
Feldman’s Naptha
JOY
Tuesday, Wednesday
1
81.25
Pure Penn
with Nadine Aldrich.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ross of
Pleasant View had as their guests
Mrs. Nola Brady underwent Sunday for dinner, Mr. and Mrs.
a major operation in Portland Roy Brady and family, Mr. and
General hospital Tuesday. She Mrs. Bud Borton and family and
was recovering nicely when Mr.
Brady came home Wednesday
evening.
Mrs. Clara Fest who is visiting
here from Toledo stopped with
Mrs. Ollie Roberts last week and
is staying a few days with the
Brady family this week.
Miss Dorothy Nanson, who at­
tended school at Shoshone, Idaho,
the past winter, is here visiting
Oregon Motor Stages
2 gallon can
Motor Oil
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17c
49c
35c
lb.
3 lbs.
qt. jar
Free delivery on quantity orders
25c