Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, September 18, 1936, Page 10, Image 10

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VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNONIA. OREGON
f Sal A il a
t'1e *nterests and welfare of
assOciates without hope of per­
sonal reward; leadership, the ab-
FOR SALE— Wheeled crib, pad­
through group action.
ded play pen, walker. $5.00.
The post decided also to spon-
Call evenings at 1046 Rose aven-| ' sor a boy scout troop, and dis-
ue.
38*1 j
---------------------------------------------- I 'cussed the proposed purchase of
VAUGHN DRAG SAW— practi- al‘ inhalator. It was announced
cally new, for sale, also 1 two that the different organizations
wheeled trailer. o.
O. R. Hyland, will appoint committees to meet
38*2 in a body and formulate plans
for financing the purchase.
BIG CIRCULATOR HEATER—
The list of members posted
replaced by new stove, free near Rock creek bridge is to be
to anyone who will haul it away. j repainted and the names rearran­
Vernonia Eagle.
ged, according to the commander
FOR SALE— 20 acres, seven of the post, E. S. Thompson.
«
miles out on the Pebble creek
Townsend
Convention
rvau, 4 ** acres
act ea under
unutri cultivation,
cui li vauvn,
road.
balance pasture. All new build- * or Three Counties
Ings. Small orchard. Plenty of j Is Called
wood and water. See Marion I
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Siedelmann. Vernonia.
38c?
A Townsend convention of
, Washington, Yamhill and Colum-
PIANIST WANTED— to play | bia counties will be held in For-
for dancing classes, beginning ' est Grove Sunday afternoon,
in October. Inquire Mrs. R. D. Sept. 27, at 2:00 P. M. in the
Eby.
38cl Central school auditorium, for
BALED HAY FOR SALE— E. the purpose of endorsing candi­
E. Garner, phone 7F155
38*2 dates for the November election. I
This convention is being called
FOR SALE— Rhode Island reds by Mrs. C. O. Thomas, district
and whites, pigs, two heavy manager of the above counties.
log truck bunks. Modern house Each Townsend club is requested
for sale, and sleeping rooms to to appoint three delegates to 1
rent. W. O. Porterfield, 376 attend, also an invitation is
North street.
tf extended to all members of the
Townsend clubs.
FOR SALE— Gravenstein apples
The Vernonia Townsend club
and Bartlett pears. H. H. Stur­ will meet Monday evening, Sep­
devant, Stony Point Road. 36*3 tember 21 at the Grange hall.
BARTLETT PEARS— for can­ All members are urged to be
ning. Harry Culbertscm. 36tf present as there will be business
tc discuss.
PLANO FOR SALE— nice family
size, standard make. Small bal­ I Boundary Markers Are
ance due. You take over con­ To Be Set at Airport
tract at $5.00 monthly. Address
Next Monday the construction
Mr. Smith, Adjuster, Cline Piano
Co., 1011 SW Washington, Port­ of daylight boundary markers will
land, Ore.
36c3 begin at the airport. Each mark-
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practice of clean speech; courage,
as revealed by bravery in the
face of opposition and danger
and grrit to stand for the right
and do one’s duty; scholarship,
consisting of scholastic attain­
ment and evidence of industry
and appiclation in studies; ser­
vice, as revealed by kindliness,
unselfishness, fellowship, protec­ I
tion of the weak and promotion
er, which contains alternate red city installed yesterday a new
and white dashes, is to be 30 ice machine of improved design,
feet long. They will be laid along f It is expected to provide better
the sides 300 feet apart, with I refrigeration.
two at each corner of the land­
•
ing field so that approaching I WRESTLING BOUTS
planes can tell at what point SCHEDULED FOR TONIGHT
they should land, A' bulldozer
—o—
has been promised for ground
To
feature
an aggregation of
work shortly after Oct. 1.
I
The weeds which obstructed the high class heavy weight wrestlers.
view of pilots recently have been In the main event Geo. Kitzmill-
| er, a cousin of Johnny Kitzmill-
all cut and burned.
For the city park strip along 1 er, the flying Dutchman of foot­
the river the city has made ap­ ball fame will vie with Rudy
plication for the construction of Brenner, the rugged Vancouver, I
sanitary privies.
Max Glover and Toby Wallace,
two very fast and clever big
men, should give one of the
best exhibitions seen in the local
areana.
SAFEWAY MARKET 1NSTALS
NEW ICE MACHINE
The Safeway market in this
WRESTLING
Legion Hall Vernonia
TONIGHT, 8:30
Geo. Kitzmiller vs.
Rudy Brenner
Specials for Fri. & Sat
AIRWAY COFFEE
Max Glover vs
Toby Wallace
Fred Maracci vs
Geo. Steele
Children under 12, free
with parents
Gen. Adm. 50c plus 5c tax
2 lb pkg.....................
Laundry Soap
JELLO
White King
10 bars ....................
°9c
assorted flavors
Pkg...............................
RINSO
21c
Instant Postum
3-lbs
Large pkg .................
8 oz can ....................
Post’s
Reg. pkg.....................
10 c
SYRUP
Sleepy Hollow
Quart .........................
33c
5-lb tin .................... .
SPINACH
No. 2% tins
2 for ........................
Edwards' Dependable
Vacuum packed tin
25c
49c
Frigidaire
Refrigerators
Automobiles
39c
ZEE TISSUE
white, orchid or
13c
Pork and Beans
Van Camp’s
22%-oz cans, 3 for
25c
Mellowest
No. 2*4 tin ..............
9c
25c
Kitchen Kraft
dj 1 *1 r
49-lb bag
«p 1 • 4 3
There is no better flour at
any price. Every sack guar­
anteed.
FLY TOX
Quart .........
Produce
DRY ONIONS
U. S. No. 1.
10-lb cloth bag......
FLOUR
Vernonia Auto Co
6c
COFFEE
for perfect jam or
jellies. 2 botles....
Charted methods of repairing your automobile
calculating the cost of the job to you, eliminate
honest short-cuts in repairing your car.
Such short-cuts in job or price can not be
covered by you immediately. They are intangibles,
later revealing themselves by heavy drains on your
pocketbook to repair the first repair job. “Cheap”
repair jobs are inherently dishonest propositions. We
do no “cheap” work. We provide you with an honest
repair job, whose costs to you are honest. A cost, cut
to the bone of economy for you. Our method of doing
business makes our costs to you lower because we can
eliminate a large overhead of costs to us in stocking
Crying Towels for Dissatisfied Customers.
Only “cheap” automotive enterprises supply you
with free Crying Towels.
23c
Pumpkin
23c
2-lbs ..............................
Crying Towels
Graham Crackers
49c
17C
Bran Flakes
Chevrolet
Modern Dance
B. C. boy.
In the first event pits Geo.
Steele of Seattle against Fred
Maracci of St. Helens. Maracci
is one of Ted Thye’s pupils who
in 1928 won the amatuer light­
heavy weight championship of
the world.
JELS RITE
WANTED— Fresh cows and
springers, also beef. Write
Frank Wilson, Forest Grove, Ore.
35*4
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Legion Offers Medal
To Outstanding Boy
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1936
45c
25c
APPLES
Fancy Gravenstines
10 lbs ......................
25c
CELERY
large white stalks
2 for .......................
15c
Danish Squash
10c
4 for
In Our Market
STEER BEEF ROASTS, lb
13!/2 c
9c
STEER BOILING BEEF, lb
ROLL PRIME RIB ROAST- lb
21c
SWEET PICKLES, Pt
10c
DILL PICKLES, qt
WE RESERVE I HE KIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
ARCADIA PARK
Oregon Motor Stages
Sat., Sept. 19
and Every Following Sat.
Music by
AUSTIN THOMPSON’S
OF
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DANCE BAND OF PORT-
LAND
Savings accour
Free Bus Leaves Vernonia
at 9:00 p. m. Saturday
FOREST GROVE,
OREGON
A Fort built to .land the longest
siege—
with Federal Deposit Insurance
in reserve. A safe place to store
the funds you may need to take
care of personal calamities.
Time deposits— Checking accounts
Directors:
M. R. Johnson, Pres.
Geo. G. Paterson, Vice Pres.
E. H. Johnson, Cashier
W. B. Coon
C. L. Wagner
Leave from Bush’s Cafe
7:55 a. m. 1:25 p. m. and 5:25 p.m. daily
for Portland via Timber.
Leave Portland, from Yamhill stage
depot daily at 9:30 a. m., 2:00 p. m. and
5:15 p. b.. Call service between Camp 8
and Vernonia.
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