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FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1939
VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNONIA, OREGON
For a Vacation Expense Check, Check the Attic for Things to Sell
RIGHT OUT OF THE AIR¡
—EARLE FERRIS .
ETURNED to "The Circle” after taking several weeks’ leave of absence
to make a movie Is Cary Grant, known on the hour as the "beadle.“
Cary rejoins the regular company of Basil Rathbone, the Marx Brother^
FOR SALE — Saven-month old
Greyhound pup; Golden Sahara
strain; right age to run next year.
A bargain at $15. Inquire evenings
Saturday or Sunday at Webster
Wilkins, third house north of Home
Emmet Dolan's Kate Smith will have her recreation
orchestra on the house on her island at Lake Placid
Sunday night completed next month in time for
NBC program. the summer influx of guests. A
While away, great part of the winter was spent
Cary covered trucking lumber across the tee on
radio show re the lake with Kate frequently super
hearsals to pick vising operations on skates.
FOR SALE—Ceder shakes
fence posts. 1076 Second Avenue,
noted star of
stage and screen,
Is lending his
sively to radio
these days. In addition to his own
program, “Jamboree,” Jessel Is
emcee of the “For Men Only” show
and making guest appearances on
The senior class at New York Uni
versity voted Cecil B. DeMille, pro
ducer of Radio Theatre, its favorite
radio personality. In return, DeMille
Is to choose the most beautiful girl
in the class for their year book
Wanted—To rent for cash or on
shares, an equipped farm by re
liable family. Inquire st The Ver-
nonia Eagle office.
FOR SALE—1929 Chevrolet truck.
Call at John Robbins home,
FOR SALE—Fryers, Mrs. Herbert
Counts, Keasey Rt., Vernonia,
FOUND—'Maroon cloth jacket and
flour sack containing pillow, on |
road between Treharne and Ver- >
nonia. Owner call at Eagle office
and pay for this ad.
FOR SALE—127-acre ranch, 40
acres clear; all new buildings;
6-room house! large orchard, ap
ples, pears, prunes; large garden;
good supply of water. Located atop
Green Mountain. For information
write O. W. Boeck, Keasey Rt.,
Sprays for Funerals
Bush Funeral Home
REPORTED ON CALVIN
DAVIS EYE INJURY
AN UNLIMITED supply of scratch
pads offered at 2 pounds 25c.
Call at The Eagle office, Phone
your needs and we’ll save some i
for you. Special scratch pad orders
made up on order.
Adele Ronson, who will again be
heard In the role of Wilma when the
"Buck Rogers" series returns to the
air In the near future. Miss Ronson
will be remembered for her portrayal
of “Wilma" in the previous series.
Mary Margaret McBride, heard over
CBS at 12 noon, Mondays through
Fridays, is already on the receiving
end of her yearly deluge of letters
from sweet girl graduates asking the
commentator for advice concerning
careers In New York. She answers
each of them personally.
Lucille Manners, soprano of the
Friday night Concert Hour, shows
promise of becoming one of Amer
ica’s foremost stars of the concert
stage, according to the critics, fol
lowing her recent appearance at
Town Hall. One of the numbers
Miss Manners featured was Dr.
Frank Black’s composition, “Lullaby
For a Doll.”
Dave Elman will be one of the few
individuals to have an exhibit at the
New York World’s Fair. His display,
comprising examples of hobbies
featured at one time or another on
“Hobby Lobby,” will illustrate the
ingenuity of the American people in
school house, wood shed and one
R.UBBER STAMPS are available in acre of ground. The bids should be
2H days if ordered through The ¡n the hands of Mr. Lee Scnwab,
Eagle. No order too large, too(Cicrk of School District No. 47, Jt.,
small. Stamp pads and other office on or before August 11, 1939. The
supplies furnished on order. Let board reserves the right to reject
your local newspaper office supply any or an bids.
tf. signed: LEE SCHWAB, Clerk
GLEN F. HAWKINS, Chairman
i of the Board.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to
the legal voters (must have proper the legal voters of School District
ty qualifications) of School Dist No. 47, Jt., Vernonia, Oregon, that
rict No. 47, Jt., that an election an election will be held in the
will be held in the Washington Washington grade school on August
grade school on August 11, 1939, 11, 1939 at 8 p. m., for the pur-
at 8 P. M., for the purpose of vot pose of granting the grade school
ing to establish and maintain a board, District 47, Jt., the authority
kindergarten in connection with the to sell the school building and
common school in Distriict 47, Jt., grounds of the original school dis-
the school district not assuming trict 49* Jt., Beaver Creek, Oregon,
Signed: LEE SCHWAB, Clerk
any responsibility for transporting
GLEN F. HAWKINS, Chairman
any kindergarten children to or
21-3-10— of the Board.
Signed: LEE SCHWAB, Clerk |
GLEN F. HAWKINS, Chairman 1
of the Board.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ■
that School District No. 47, Jt., will |
accept bids for purchasing the build-;
ing and grounds of the original i
School District No. 49, Jt., Beaver PORTLAND SUMMER SESSION—
creek, Oregon. This consists of the | There will be two classes, one
STONEY POINT — (Special to
The Eagle)—Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Davis have made several trips to
Portland to see their son, Calvin,
who is in the hospital with an in
jured eye. At the last report no
complications arisen, therefore, no
further attempt has been made to
remove the piece of metal, How-
ever, developments are being care-
Word received by his parent^
stated thut Robert Turner is in
Wisconsin, having gone
there with his uncle, George Tur
ner end family of Lincoln,
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Babb and
children of Palouse, Washington,
spent several days visiting with
Mrs. Babb’s sister, Mrs. Thos. Tur
ner and family. They also visited
with Mr. and Mrs. Elgies Franks
on Rose Avenue. They departed
for their home Monday morning.
Mrs. Bert DePue and daughter,
Margaret, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Wilkerson left Thursday evening
for Medford where Mrs. Wilkerson
and the children will spend two
weekb visiting relatives. The rest
returned home Sunday.
Mrs. Otto Michener entertained a
few friends Friday evening at
cards in honor of her husband’s
58th birthday anniversary. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. Oliver
Mellinger, Mrs. Carl Jensen and
rl, Jr., and the host and hostessj
Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Mellinger |
In all of his years
as an orchestra
never been called
on to display the
manded now in
Guild Show” as
shows each Sun-
d ay varying
drama to broad
burlesque, he is
busy day in and
out concocting suitable background
music for each.
featuring actual car operation over
a specially prepared testlhg field in
the city of Portland and including
demonstrations in the theory and
practice of safe driving, observance
of traffic laws and conducting driv
ing schools while the other stresses
the methids of classroom presen
tation, knowledge of the accident
situation in America, the philosophy
of accident prevention and the in-
dividule’s development of safety
In connection with the work there
will be field trips to the city en
gineer’s office, city police depart
ment, municipal court and the mo
tor vehicle inspection station.
“The matter of safety education
is now recognized as a major so
cial problem, one which shouid
have an important place in the cur-
riculm of the modern school,” Snell
declared. “To reduce the number
of accidents occurring each year, >
we must develop proper attitudes
ar.d concepts on safety problems in
the minds of the younger genera-
tion and this can best be done in
our schools, under the direction of
Classes will be held in room 105
at the Lincoln High school building
offer one or two term
Treasurer’s Sale of Real Property for Special
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 26th day of August, 1939, A. D., beginning at the hour of
10:00 o’clock A. M. of said day, at the front door of the City Hall of the City of Vernonia, Columbia County,
Oregon, I will sell’ at public auction for cash,in hand all of the following described real property, to-wit:
ORIGINAL TOWN OF VERNONIA:
C. R. Coyle
7 W.27 ft. of E.»4 of 10
C. F. Hieber
Treasurer of the City of Vernonia,
Columbia County, Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Woods were
Seaside visitors Sunday.
The Kirkbpde and Carlson fam
¡lies motored to Washington park
Sunday and picnicked and visited
the zoo. Mrs. G. C. Kirkbride, whe
has been attending a missionary
convention at Jennings Lodge, ro
turned home with them.
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This sale is made under
___ delinquent for more than one year prior to the 1st day of July, 1939, on
assessment liens which
real estate within the corporate limits of the City of Vernonia, Columbia County, Oregon, which warrant or
list is in my hands. Each of said lots, parcels or tracts above described is located within the City of Verno
nia. Columbia County, Oregon, and is being sold under Sections 56-2201 to 56-2210, inclusive, Oregon
Code, method of foreclosing special assessment liens.
Each of said lots, parcels and tracts wilt be sold separately and will be struck off to the first bidder
offering to pay the City of Vernonia the full amount of its assessment liens plus interest and the costs of
and upon this sale.
Dated this 25th day of July. 1939, A. D.
Date of First Publication: July 28th, 1939.
Date of Final Publication: August 25th, 1939.
and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Mellinger
and children attended the I.O.O.F.
picnic at Ecola Park near Cannon
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lindberg
and children of Svenson were week
end visitors at the Bert DePue
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Woods spent
Sunday at Ecola Park as guests of
Harvey Crume at the Odd Fellows’
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