Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, September 01, 1939, Page 5, Image 5

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    FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1939
VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNONIA, OREGON
PAGE FIVE
FRIENDS ENTERTAINED Miss June Michener and Ellis prised her with a miscellaneous1 Each bid must be accompanied by
Many lovely and attractive cash or a certified check for not
AT TURNER HOME ON Woolbridge spent the weekend shower.
with relatives and friends in Ver­ gifts were received.
less than 10% of the amount
BIRTHDAY OCCASION
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bodell and Of I the bid and be sH^rpiUed
nonia.
(Held Over From Last Week)
STONEY POINT — (Special to
The Eagle)—Mrs. Thos. Turner en­
tertained a number of friends one
evening last week at her home in
honor, of her husband’s 43rd birth­
day. Pinochle was enjoyed during
the evening in which Mrs. M. B.
Willard and Frank Lange won high
prizes respectively, and Mrs. Frank
Lange and Carl Davis received the
consolation prizes. Mr. Turner re­
ceived many useful and attractive
gifts. A delicious lunch consisting
of fruit, jello, cake and coffee was
served at midnight. Those present
were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Davis, Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Justice, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Lange, Mr. and Mrs.
Otto Michener, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Willard
and the host and hostess, Mr. and
Mrs. Turner.
Mrs. Bert DePue and daughter,
Margaret, accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Lindberg to Mt. Hood Sunday.
Miss Thelma Wilkerson returned
to her home Thursday evening
from Medford where she has been
visiting with relatives. Mrs. Gladys
Ray of Medford brought her home.
Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Mellinger at­
tended the Territorial Days cele­
bration in Oregon City and also
visited with their daughter, Mrs.
Wm. Ellis and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Kirkbride
spent Tuesday in Portland and
Vancouver, Washington, on busi­
ness.
Thos. Turner motored to Port­
land Monday morning taking Sam
Scott in, where they met the lat­
ter’s sister, who arrived from Wau­
kegan, Michigan, to make her home
with her brother for the present.
Miss June Woods returned home
from Watsonville, California, where
she spent most of the summer with
her grandparents. Her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Noel Woods and Wm.
Woods motored to Portland after
her.
Mrs. Lex Taylor returned from
Aberdeen,
Washington,
Monday
where she had gone to attend the
funeral of a relative.
The members of the Aksarben
club gathered at the home of Mrs.
Glen Bodell on Stony Point road
last Wednesday afternoon and sur-
Your Money Buy* a Better Value When You Trade
at the
VERNONIA BARGAIN STORE
NEW and USED GOODS
810 BRIDGE STREET
Oregon-American
LUMBER
CORPORATION
Vernonia, Oregon
sons were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Hall Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Davis and
sons and Frank Davis motored to
Portland Saturday on a business
trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lindberg
and children of Swenson were week­
end visitors at the Bert DePue
home.
upon a standard form wiuyh
will be furnished prospective bid-
ders upon request. Such forms for
bids may be obtained from Mark
Skinner, Superintendent of Bar.fcs,
State Office Building, Salem, Ore­
gon.
MARK SKINNER, Superinten­
dent of Banks of the State of Ore­
gon, in charge of the liquidation
of Bank of Vernonia, Vernonia,
LEGAL NOTICES
Oregon.
Date of first publication, August
1N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 26, 1939.
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
Date of last publication, Septem-
COUNTY OF COLUMBIA
ber 8, 1939.
Cue No. 3711
In the Matter of the Liquidation
of the BANK OF VERNONIA,
Vernonia, Oregon
NOTICE OF SALE OF REMAIN­
ING ASSETS OF BANK OF VER­
NONIA, IN LIQUIDATION
Pursuant to an order made by
the above entitled Court, notice is
hereby given that the Superinten­
dent of Banks of the State of Ore-
gin, will sell the assets remaining
in the liquidation of the Bank of
Vernonia, Vernonia, Oregon, to the
highest bidder for cash, excepting
cash on hand and all assigned de­
posit claims against the said bank.
Separate bids will be received for
the assets of the Commercial De­
partment as a whole or for separate
items thereof, and for the assets
of the Savings Department as a
whole or for separate items thereof,
the bids for the assets in each de-
partment to be entirely separate
and distinct. Schedules of the as-
sets to be sold are on file and
open to inspection in the above
entitled Court and matter, and in
the office of the Superintendent of
Banks at Salem, Oregon.
The Superintendent of Banks re­
serves the right to reject any and
all bids. Any and all bids accepted
by the Superintendent of Banks are
subject to confirmation by the
Court.
All persons who desire to submit
bids for the purchase of all or any
part of the assets remaining in
such liquidation are hereby notified
to present sealed bids to the Super­
intendent of Banks at his office
in Salem, Oregon, on or before
the 11th day of September, 1939.
CITATION
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON, FOR THE
COUNTY OF COLUMBIA
IN THE MATTER OF THE ES-
TATE OF: Charles S. Rich, De-
ceased.
To Nellie McCoy, Jessie Morey,
Fred Morey, Martha Bauer, Fred
Baupr,
Bessie Bauer, Florence
Bauer, Katie Swett,
__ ______
Louis ______
Swett, ,
Carl Prentice, Mary Freeborg, Can
Freeborg and Harry Steece, and al.
other persons unknown. Greeting
IN THE NAME OF THE STATB
OF OREGON: You and each of you
are hereby cited and required t«
appear in the County Court of th#
State of Oregon for the County of
Columbia not less than ten days
from the service off this citation
upon you, namely: within ten days
after the date of the last publica­
tion of this citation, to-wit: Sep-
tember 8th, 1939, then and there
to show cause, if any exist, why an
order should not be made autboriz-
ing and empowering the adminis-
trator of said estate to sell the
following described real' property,
to-wit:
Lot four (4) Block two (2) Sun-
rise Addition to the City of Verno­
nia, Oregon.
You are further notified that ser­
vice of this citation is by order of
the aboye entitled court made and
entered on the 10th day of August,
1939, which directed service of - said
citation to be made on the Verno-
nia Eagle, a newspaper of genera)
circulation in Columbia County
Oregon.
Date of first publication, August
11th, 1939.
Date of last publication, Septem
ber 8th, 1939.
(SEAL)—J. W. Hunt, County Clerk
of Columbia County, Oregon.
800
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School Children in Vernonia
Don’t Let Your Faulty Brakes
Kill One of Them
When you go home tonight don’t *ay, “Today I killed a child.” It can't
happen to you—but it does happen to hundreds of drivers every day. A
thing,so horrible ... so unthinkable . . . but mothers and fathers are told
every day, “Your child was killed” . . and practically every time the finger
of blame can be pointed at a driver with faulty brakes.
DON’T RUN THE RISK
Vernonia Auto Company
“A Safe Place to Trade”
HOST DAYS
SEPT. 2
3
Labor Day Week End
4
VERNONIA VOLUNTEER FIREMEN and EAGLES LODGE of VERNONIA Invite You to Play with Them on These Day*.
Eeverything Is Free
Saturday
Contest* of Many Kind* for Young and Old. Come out and take part in thi*—YOUR CELEBRATION,
Saturday Night—Free Street Dance
If it Rain* Dance Will Be Held in Legion Hall.
Sunday
Big Eagle Parade, Band Concert*, Various Contest* and Softball
Something new and exciting. ALL FREE!
Monday
Many exciting contest* between home folks.
Enter a* many contest* a* you wish.
Cash and Merchandise prizes for each event.
Bicycle Race*__ Pie Eating Contest* — Log Chopping — Band Concert* — Log Bucking — Softball Game* — Cable Splicing — Pet Parade — Water
fight__ Women’* Nail Driving Contest — Water Race* and Contest* — Street Dance — Tug of War — Grea*y Spar Pole Fight — Carnival.
You need not spend a cent nor leave home to enjoy 3 DAYS OF FUN AND ENTERTAINMENT!
Vernonia Volunteer Fire Department