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FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1939
VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNONIA, OREGON
Cosst Many Cars—
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Ranes, ac
companied by Miss Cat hr in Hoff
man, drove to~the be^ch Sunday
•vening. They made the trip over
the Wolf Creek highway, during
th* journey making a count of
traffic on the road. Between Sun
set Camp and the Junction of the
Wolf Creek road with the eoast
righway at Necanicum, 428 cars
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Briot and son,
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Kaphammer
Reverend H. R. Scheuertnan, min
and children, Mrs. Bill Bond and Billy, spent the weekend in Os ister of the Evangelical church, last
Calvin Mitchell sj>ent Sunday at wego visiting with Mrs. Briot’s week attended a Portland clinic to
seek relief from a back ailment
Cannon Beach and Seaside.
which has troubled him for some
Here from Jewell—
time. Advice given was to contact
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Brutkie made his dentist in seeking the source oi
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Counts
and son, Dickie, of Jewell spent a business trip to Carlton and Port the trouble.
the weekend in Vernonia.
Hara from Westport^
Collin Matheny of Wauna and
Ray Nelson of Westport were the
guests of Miss Dorothy Myers and
Miss Florence Biggs for the week
Miss Elsie Dujican returned to her
home here Tuesday evening follow-
ing recovery from a recent appen-
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Nelson and
Mrs. Margaret Powell and daughter
returned from a several days visit
in Washington and Idaho. While
in Lewiston, Idaho, the tempera
ture was reported at 111 and 117
degrees. Miss Harriet Anderson
from Moscow, Idaho, is spending a
few weeks here with Mrs. Powell
and the Nelsons.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Rushing spent
the weekend in Portland at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ronald.
They ail attended the Sigma Phi
picnic un Saturday at the summer
home of Doctor Hendrick on the
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Graves and
son, Denny, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob
from I Cline and daughter, Beverly, spent
Thursday until Sunday at Medford the weekend at the beach.
visiting with his sister and family.
Thursday and Friday, August 3 and 4
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Saturday, August 5
Mrs. Charlie White and daughter,
Mist Leota, visited in Cornelius Wednes
is working at the Earl Dial Home. | day. Mrs. White’s mother, Mrs.
I Laura Pugh, came back with them
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lindberg to spend the weekend here.
and children of Svenson spent Fri Here from Texas-
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Grant of
Dallas, Texas, are guests of Mrs.
Grant’s mother, Mrs. Emma Weed,
Mrs. Chet Robbins and daugh Mrs. Grant is a sister of Oscar
ters, Dixie and Alice, of Treharne Weed and Mrs. E. E. Garner.
spent Friday at the home of Mrs. Guest*—
Mr. and Mrs.. Lynn Perry of Per-
Olin Robbins on the O-A hill.
ginston, Mississippi, are guests of
At Westlund Home—
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Garner. Mrs. I
iMr. and Mrs. Olin Robbins and Perry is a sister of Mr. Garner. j
children spent Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Westlund.
Mr. and Mrs. John Glassner mov- '
ed to Vernonia Saturday from Tre- i
Mrs. E. Buckner and son, Max, harne where they have lived for!
and Ida Bond spent the weekend several years.
at Seaside where they visited with
At Vaughan Home----
Mr. and Mrs. George Baker spent
Here from Kathlamet—
Sunday at the home of Mr. and i
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Whitsell Mrs. J. W. Vaughan.
of Kathlamet, Washington, visited
here the past Sunday with Mr. and To Those Who----
Like to dance, you have y ur
Mio. Russell Whitsell and Mr. and
chance Saturday evening. Hear____
Mrs. V. M. Whitsell.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson
visited relatives in Bend during the
Mitchell's orchestra at the I.O.O.F.
hall, Vernonia. Admission 50 per
Return from Vacation—
June Storey and Gene Autry i
a scene from Republic's
"Home on the Prairie"
Sunday and Monday, August 6 and 7
The tops in dancing entertain-
ment. Dance to Bob Mitchell and
I hi» orchestra Saturday, August 5,
I. O. O. F. hall, Vernonia. Adm:*,
sion 50c per person.
Sigma Phi Epsilon led the 28 na
tional fraternities on the Oregon
State College campus in scholastic
achievement during the recent spring
term and for the entire school
year. Harold Cason, Larry Marshall |
and Holly Holcomb, Vernonia high
school graduates who have attended
Oregon State, are members of the
Wednesday, August 9
Meetings of the members of the
Vernonia Boy Scout troop have been
postponed until September 9, it was
announced this week, because a
number of the boys are taking
vacations at the present time.
Thursday and Friday, August 10 and 11
HERE'S A NEW AND BETTER PtCTUBE
IVITHTHAT COULDN'T-HE-BET1 ER CAST!
JIFFBEY LYNN«FAY IAINTI»
DONALD cane« MAY RO««ON
Frank M<H^k • Dxk Fans
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Mrs. Alice Estey and Mrs. Dave
Marshall were visitors in Corvallis
and Eugene during the past week
end, the former going to Corvallis
to visit her daughter, Doris Rae,
and the latter to Eugene to visit
her son. Larry.
Mrs. Frank Davis has been con-
fined to her bed since Monday of
last week seriously ill. Her condi
tion at last reports was that little
if any improvement had been made.
pend on me,
for only light
is my master.
You no longer take chances on poor light when you
can accurately measure what light you have at the
place you want it.
I can tell you whether you have enough light
in your heme, your office or your store. You may
depend on me. /
Oregon Gas &
Divided Plates — Paper Napkins — Fancy Colored
Piates — Paper Cups Your Choice
2 pkgs. 15c
Right—Ready to Eat
Pint Jar .........................
Corn or Gloss
Reg. size 6c
2 pkgs. 15c
3 cans 25c
SPAGHETTI, F ranco-American
Wad ha ms Fancy No. 1 | q
A «7 V
12-oz. tin 25c
Shortening, Kneedit Pure Vegetable,
lb. pkg. J2c
WHITE and COLORED FRYERS
Wadhams — Red
ASSORTED PICNIC LUNCH MEATS
Wadhams Vacuum pack 07
Ice Cream Powder—
Junket — Asst. Flavors Q £
WHEAT I ES
2 cans 15c
Pheasant, 9-oz. can
2 for 25c
Specials for Friday and Saturday, August I and 5
Where Your Money Buys More
Return from Cutler City—
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Parkhill have
returned from Cutler City where
they spent the past two weeks with
relatives and friends.
You can de-
DELIVERY SERVICE:—Daily 10:30 a. m. and 3:30 p. m.
Eye Injury Treatment—
Jewell' Lloyd, Scoutmaster of the
Vernonia troop, is taking treat
ments for a recently suffered eye
injury. The medical attention is be
ing received in Portland.
I am a light
as easily as
Enjoy weekend excursions to the country with a picnic basket bulging
with these foods.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Whitsell are
the parents of a son born Friday
of last week. The boy, weighing
seven and one-half pounds, has been
named Dale Vernon.
I CAN TELL YOU I
Suggestions For Your Picnic Basket
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Simmons re
turned Saturday from a vacation
spent at Coquille and nearby points.
Tuesday, August 8
IE LOWDOWN ON THE
An error in the publication of
Miss Joy Willard returned home
names was made in last week's
after spending two weeks in Seattle.
edition of The Eagle. The name of
Dance to the Music—
Clifford Juola should have been
Of Bob Mitchell and hi* orches- In Hillsboro—
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ludwig and Russell Juola as used in a Town
tra, Saturday, August 5, at I. O.
O. F. hail, Vernonia. Admission 50c Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Burke spent Topics article concerning an arrest
made by A. D. Lolley and Henry
1— Sunday In Hillsboro.
King, city marshals.
Your week’s Program at the
Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Cole of Long- ■ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Broderick
view, and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Dewey ( were recent visitors at the Ban
Bennett home. Mr. Broderick, who
and children were involved in an i
is steward on the S.S.W.R. Keever,
automobile accident Saturday even left Sunday for the Atlantic coast.
ing which caused considerable dam- j
age to the automòbile in which I Don’t Forget—
they were riding and which gave ' Bob Mitchell's orchestra will play
Dewey an injured foot. While ' hero Saturday evening, August 5,
Here from Portland—
at the 1 0.0.F. hall. Dance to the
Millicent Olin and Caroline Ka- traveling on the Mùt highway a top, in music.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Theise and son, rcnen of Portland spent the weekend
short distance past Big Eddy park '
Robert, visited Sunday with Mr. with Mr. and Mrs.
F. R. Olin. They the auto came in contact with .* "«turn* to Home—
and Mrs. John Ellis.
spent most of the time golfing.
|cow which was occupying the ro. d-
Mr. i nd Mrs. Earl' Morris of Park
way. The party had left Vernonia Plac ■ brought Eileen llhlin home
Plan for an—
'at nine o’clock intending to go to Sunday and spent the day visiting
Enjoyable Saturday evening Au-
The O-A Bridge club met at the
Spirit Lake for the weekend.
and Mrs. Charles Uhlin.
gust 5, by dancing fco the music of
home of Mrs. C. O. Marsten last
Bob Mitchell and his orchestra.
Thursday. Mrs. C. L. Anderson won
I.O.O.F. hall, Vernonia. Admission
At the New Mile 11
2 Deliveries Daily