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About Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1939)
St. Helens Swim Pool
Committee to Stage Event
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1939
VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNÖNIA, OREGON
Approval Given by Pub
lic Works Administration
pleted, with the exception of some said.
finishing work to be done after the
Mr. Johnson pointed out that
installation of equipment.
farmers who received notification
The Columbia county jail is one of wheat allotments now have a
of 19 municipal buildings construct
15-day period in which to make
ed by Oregon communities with the
written appeals to the county com
aid of funds allotted by the Public
mittee, asking adjustment, if they
Works Administration under the
are dissatisfied. The appeal must
1938 PWA Appropriation Act. A
state reasons for wishing the adjust
majority of these ¡buildings have
been completed, well in advance of
Dates for the appeal in Columbia
the scheduled completion date.
I county are August 23 to September
During this same 15-day period,
farmers who grew 1 no wheat for
harvest during 1937, 1938 or 1939,
but intend to grow i some for har-
vest in 1940, who make written
application for wheat allotments. A
limited reserve from the county’s
wheat allotment : has been set
Clubs from Nehalem Val I total
aside for establishing allotments on
iev Gain Recognition for new wheat farms.
The award of three contracts by
Martin Burlingame, chairman of
the Columbia County Court for
the St. Helens swimming pool com
equipment required for the new
mittee, via a telephone call to The jail addition to the courthouse at
Eagle Wednesday evening announc St. Helens, which is substantially
ed the scheduling of a Model T completed, has been approved by ‘
Ford race on September 10 at St. i the Public Works Administration.
Helens. The race is open to anyone | The three
contracts, totaling J
wishing to enter who has possession $935, were awarded as follows: H.
of that model car, it was stated.
L. Schlink company, Portland, inter
The race will consist of 100 laps office telephone system, listening-in
on a half-mile track to make a device and police radio, $694; East
total distance for the race of 50 man Kodak Stores, Inc., Portland,
miles. An entry fee of two dollars mugging camera and fingerprint!
In the 4-H field and Livestock
is being charged and prizes will be camera, $191; Ormandy Brothers,!
club field this year marked the
awarded first, second and third St. Helens, office chairs, $50.
’largest number of exhibits ever
place winners. Entry blanks may be
The two-story jail addition, con I shown at the Columbia County
obtained by writing to the chair structed at a cost of $34,760, in
with 93 animals in the cattle divi-
man at St. Helens.
cluding equipment and minor alter tion, 10 exhibits of sheep, goats
In the announcement it was stat ations to the courthouse building, i nd hogs, two rabbits, three pens
ed that anyone in Vernonia wishing was financed in part with a PWA of poultry, 17 forestry exhibits
September 4 at 12:15
to enter could do so by making the grant of $15,645. All construction and six flower exhibits. Club ex Arnual opening broadcast featuring
work on the building has been com hibits from the Nehalem valley state officials.
September 8 at 10:00 a. m., ;
rated high mention according to
George A. Nelson, County Agent. First annual 4-H club fat stockj
September 4 to 9 (daily) from
judging team tied for first place
and will represent Columbia county 7 to 8 p. m., Cross section of state
at the Pacific International Live- fair events.
Farm organization leaders, var-
I st ock Exposition. This team con
sists of Jack McDonald who scored ious exhibitors, visiting judges and
370 points, while Billy Crawford, speakers at fairground banquets will
Ralph McDonald and Betty Craw be heard on the evening hour, says
ford all tied with a score of 340 Burton Hutton, director of ‘farm
points each. As a team consists of programs for KOAC who will han
but three members, an additiona’. dle the fair broadcasts by remote
contest is being arranged to work control from the administration
building on the grounds. Special
¡off the tie.
pick-ups from various parts of the
grounds have also been arranged
this year, including the banquet of
the Oregon Purdbred Livestock As
Houses for Sale
From $500 up
Low Down Payment - Easy
Terms on Balance
Caley A. Stanwood, Inc.
See T. B. Mills — Vernonia
To Be Made
To Get Notices
Returns from California---
E. J. Douglass returned last Wed
nesday from Fresno, California,
Individual Wheat Acre
age Allotments Under
Program Made Known
where he visited his daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Eckman. The visit in the neighbor
ing state was the first in .37 years.
On the return trip he visited the
county this week are receiving no
Exposition and the Redwood forests.
tices of individual wheat acreage
allotments under the 1940 AAA
piegram, according to W. C. John TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
son, chairman of the Columbia
! cc unty
conservation FOR RENT — 4-room semi-modern
house. See Harry Culbertson.
[ mailed directly from the county of
fice at St. Helens, marks the offi- HOUSE FOR RENT—At Treharne.
cia! opening of the 1940 conserva
Two bedrooms. See T. B. Mills,
jtion program in this county, he Vernonia.
Just a few last minute items one will need :
Elk Season opens in Clatsop County September X
3. Deer Season opens September 20.
75c to $1.75
HOPPE’S NITRO SOLVENT
RED HUNTING HATS
COMPLETE LINE OF SALMON TACKLE H
Let us outfit you with the necessary gear for H
SCHOOL DAYS AHEAD
Students LUNCH KITS with Vacuum Bottle
for only .............................................................. $1.19
TIN LUNCH PAILS (assorted colors) only 25c
ONE 10c Package
ONE 18c Package
BOTH FOR ............
—Shop Safeway for Quality Meats—
Beef Boast Sx“c.„ lb. 141^0
Sliced Bacon Armour’s lb. 22c
Bib Boiling Beef lb. 10%c
Cottage Cheese 2 lbs. 15c
Bacon Armour ¡7^1 lb. 19c
DUCHF.SS SALAD DRESSING
GRAPEFRUIT, Highway, No. 2 cans
BAKING POWDER, SCHILLING’S
JELL WELL, Assorted Flavors
6 pkgs. 25c
Canning Pears, Peaches, Prunes
MED. SIZE BARS
3 FOR ....................
ft 4 7ft
No. 1 tins
2 lb. Box 14c
Pet or Carnation
4 tall cans 25c
Soups CAMPBELL’S or (.Except
3 cns. 25c
Luckies or Raleigh*
Pound Package 10c
2 for 25c
LUNCH BOX SANDWICH SPREAD
DINNER PLATES, Divided
WAX PAPER, Large 125-foot rolls
For HARDWARE—See HOFFMAN About It! H
12-oz. can 15c
12-oz. can 25c
Watermelons KUndyke. lb. I t/^c
Hoffman Hardware Co.
Quart Jar 25c
------FRUITS and VEGETABLES
THE BEST AT REASONABLE PRICES
Store CLOSED MON
DAY, LABOR DAY.
BUY FOR THE
REM GUN OIL
Specials for Friday and Saturday, September 1 & 2.
«b. b.t 39c