Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, September 08, 1939, Page 6, Image 6

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    P Rr o AY, SEP T EMBER 8, 1939
V^RN0N1 A- EAGLE.- VERN0N1 A, O RE G O N
P AGE S IX
M r . ' u n d H n . / E .' lU S b h o r o lih d Vwlco las t ycii- ’i i ^ p .
&Irs . Ch a n c e wont to P o r t la n d F r i­
T hat par t of tbo U nite d SUtc a
d a y t o purchasQ now hpQkB .fo r %he jp p lo crop to bo s old fo r Xreih f t
s choo l.
con.umption i. e s tim a te d « t 102.0
^ [R e cla m a tio n C ongres s to
Eagles -for Ghamp
Of City League
m F L E TEAM
T O EN T ER
LEA G U E
Mill T e am I* Winnfer in
Sunday Playoff a t City
Park
-
Tho O- A m ill s oftball nine, by
vir tue o f a whi Sunday over the
F. 0 . E. tcntn was automatically do-
cicr cd w ln iie r o f champions hip lion-
ora in tho c it y s oftball lca(fuc.
Tho fir s t h n lf of play wfls won
by thei Eagle s and tho second hali
by tho m ill te am makintr it neces-
itary fo r tho piny o ff to detcrmintf
.ItUKUo winne r ,' Lcaf^uc ploy fur the
Bccond h a lf wa;i not fully completed
duo to tho Tiro season calling many
players aw ay when iranu'H were
scheduled. (May wan postponed for
n timo als o due to the stnjrint; of
thu dis t r ic t tourname nt and the
nice s s ity of prc| Mirii>^ ^ur that
______UCXilt.—Xhti Sunduy vainu. brmitfht
<U*lerminlnir the
thu play o ff
w iine r .
Bdlh te ams in the contest were
lacking u fu ll roHtor of regular
players. T ho score of the jfame wa.s
11 fur thv O'A and 10 for tin;
K u ( I G s .
. K'
I 'i
W IL L SEEK COMPET I­
T ION IN COLUMBIA-
WILLAMET T E GROUP
SfVur al inemberH of the Lcjfion
IlifU- Tenni won* In I’ortlnnil Thurs*
(ln> ovonintr of thin week to ncek
r iilr y of the Vcrnonia team In
CM iii| >c*tition with othLT Iciuda of
tin Cnluml»iu- Wlllumi- tlr lliHf Loa-
iru* jiiraih thi.H winter.
1'lu- \ ’«*rMoi»iu li'oin enlereil the
icu^ui* hi5t yoar for l)u> firnl timi*.
p u r iii^ the fore pnrl of thi* i*chc(i-
uic o f ihut U* u ( u u Uto luool (onin
f ju li- il
lu
m ake
u
c r r d it c b U -
s how-
i i . j'
«fu i‘ l<* la c k o f u H u it a h le
TL’ n t fe
I'o t
> t n ( ; in t r
prac*
t in
t n at i- hc n
j«h<iolin>,',
lu lv a t u ' f
<if
«il i«-
iilila in
iu>«l
t«i
a f lii
(h e
and
Ih »w e v i*r ,
itcnitoti
fo r
w it h
the
won
pns -
It
f 4»r
il^« jiit jH t n ir lio n
in ip r n v f r iH T il
itj ' •r u r in i' w a s
a
r a n jf f
a
s lt*a<ly
n o t ic e d .
A nunitxT of nu‘tnlier» of laitt
y r a i ’n ti*am havi* undiTtaken rvifu-
la*- praclici'M <liirinir llu- s unnner
iitwl will Vi* aJ>lr III prtividi- con*
<(idcral>lr cuiiipi'lilum ill in Aca.Hon.
35 SHOW
FOR FIRST
TURNOUT
P L E A S A N T H ILL
The call for fir m itnnoul of f(nj| - S C H O O L OP E N S W IT H
bnllers
fu r
the
VtTtionia
hitrh E N R O L L M E N T OF 56
school 8(| uad Tiie..Hiiay liroutrht *ir>
T UKHAUNK — , Special to The
iven intu action that afterniMin at Kiijjli*)— I’ir ai'a nl Mill school t>pen-
tho city park fi**ld under the coach­ i*i| 'I'tn'sdny with an vnrolltnenl of
ing dir e ction of Mnxon McCoy, r>(i pupils . I ’he same teachern as
foo tball me ntor fo r the LoKncern this la- ; ye ar are ti*nchinjf, .Mr. Si- horn
year.
tiu np p ‘‘«' irradfH. .Mrs. Sehorn the
The squa»l this year inclinlrs only ntiddh-
and .Mrs. ('haticf
n few lett«*nn**n fmm la>*t y.- nr't tl- ■ ptlinar y >rnul«-!*
trroup. It wa« ntati- d, the rrmaindi*r |
.Mildrt- d W w d
rt- tiirnfd
of the boys having had lltth- if uay
f,„ m San KranclHro .Saturday
experience.
whm- sh- hiL'» lu- rn altfnil-
T horoujjh prnctiei* .Hchednlfs will n ir .- rhool
be followe d In <ir<ier to pi‘«‘pan‘ fo r i Mr ;,tnl - Mrn. {)U«i Stowell were
lit »he
William
th«* fir s t trnme of tho season o i>jS»iulay
Se ptembe r
at .St. Heli*ns.
F uU‘»mM lionir
J e w e t t A . Bush
F u r n itu r e Store
E lo < *ilr ie IE < »fr ig 4 »r a f o r ^ 1 5 0
B r e a k fa s t
Seta, Stove s, Ma tt r e s s e s , Da y
La mps and O t h e r Ar t ic le s
Beds,
A l l It e m s A t C r e a t ly
R e d u c e d P r ic e s
Y OB
M AY
t h a t w h e n y o u s e e t h e s ig n
«
' . MII. K
t h a t y o u a n d y o u r In m ily ' s
guarde d.
.- 8
8
I t 'lJK.AM”
h e n lt li is b e in g s a f e ­
Y o u g e t th is a s s u r a n c e a t t h e
NEHALEM VALLEY DAIRY PRODUCTS CO.
Th e Forest G rove
Na tiona l Ba nk
InvitC8 Yuii I'o Ba nk By I\ Iail if
lu c o iiv e n ic n t 'I'o (^Jinc In Person
J . A. T lu'r hhur^:, ^'r e s id e n t.
1 ^"
I.
“ T HE ROLL OF H ON OR DANK *
I I
1
A
1
t?
• '
A n u u a l o e s s io n
Mr . and Mrs. Wilb u r T hac kor millloti buihila , co mpar e d w ith 82.4 |
,
an d * daughte rs 'Wcre F o r e s t Gr o ve million In 1038 a n d OO.B m illio n as ‘ ^ ,| .,d
i2 ,0 0 0 ac r c . of Jc ur na l, will a Uo be tho pHnclpnl
vit- itors Saturday.
"
rcclnincd r ive r bo tt o m land on .upcakor at t h i annual banque t to
Georiro llu lt re turne d home w ith ciop In OrrKon and Wa s h tn s t o n a n d , . . .
.
•
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. u ■.
.
In tho wMlorn s ta te s as k gr oup, I" ' ’' ' ' '
«o v e m m e n t s pe nt half, a b , held Mo nda y night,
ni ElIT Monday.
however,
is
s
malle
r
t
h
a
n
la
s
t
je
a
r
.
|
H>l>llon
dollors
in
s
oil
and
othe
r
Im-
Illith-
llBhtlni;
the - s ccond day of
Mr . and Mrs. llc nr y Jo h n at te nd *
ou the Wo ih ln ^o n Co unty . F a ir Heavy yields are e x pe cte d in the provements- is p la n n e d as one phase thu congress w it h a b| jc fr e e barbo-
north centrol an d n o r t li Atla n t ic
the oxtens ivo pr ogr am fo f the cue and an cddr e s s by Governor
Satur doy.
Mr . and Mrs. Mor ion Ch a nc e l
;
'2l)lh annual Or e g o n Ilcclanlollon Charle s A. S p r a g ue , tho rcraolnlnit
Mr . a nd Mrs. CarrpI Chanc e a n d
Ight Increaaes we r e
, congress at Cla ts ka nio on Monday tes.ilons of the conve ntion will bo
,
. . . .
Milo Jo h n motored to P o r t la n d on fr r beans and s ugcr be e ts . T he hop
o.timato was re duce d s lig htly . Only ""'* Tuesday, Se pte mbe r 11 and 12. rounded out w it h m a r ly a doien
bus ihe .u Saturday.
noirani changes we r e made in thu; The Tuesday m o r ning pr ogr am]nddressen by s pe cialis ts pe rtaining
Cor r oil Wicnecko o nd Ric ha r d
estimates for pe ache s , pe ars , dried wlli bo of s pe cial inte r e s t to recla* to r e clamation.
HouRhtallnir vUllod In Mis t F r ida y .
piune s and srapcs.
niafion dis trict manair cr a and pro- ; Theee T ue s da y reports tncludo
Mr . and Mrs. Troy Co ad y s pe nt
The 1039 pe ppe r mint oil cr op in Ject farmers fr o m both sides o( the "Fiood Cont r o l and Dralnaifc In
Sa tu r d a y at the fair In Hills bo r o.
Wu.,h ing to n,"
by Lar .
Dale McDanlcI of Co r n e lius was Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Or e gon Columbia rive r a n d a f tho CJasesde ^
and Woshington Is e x pe cte d to bo Inicuntains , occ o r d ln g to Dr . W. L. ,
it» ui *
i
.
. ,
he re Monday delivering pcoche s .
,
f O 1 ,
I’'"'
■moller t h a n 1038 and i Powers, congress s e cr e tar y and head
" “ ’ h ln g to n dopartme nt of
Mr . and Mrs. II. t . Sc hr a m s p e nt
- p„ cent below tho 102D.- 1037 | of the de pa r tme nt o f soils at Ore-
works ; “ T he Flood Control
thi> we ekend In Por tland v is it in g nveraKe.^
ffcn State colleirc. Re clamation of Protfram," Co l. Jo hn C. H. Leo,
riiUtive.H.
loiTBcd*off lond w ill be described dintrlct U. S. Enifine e r ; “ Pending
Mr . and .Mrs. Kdward Gr a n t a n d ;
by Wm. A. Sc hoc nfold, dean ond Ir ilffation
P r u jc q U ,"
Porpy
A.
Mrs. t^mma Weed s pent F r id a y an d
director of a ffr ic ultur e a t Oregon Ci.ppfr ; •*l)is tr lb ut io n and Sale of
Sa tur d a y with friends in Es ta c ad a.
Stttfi.
^Uonneville P o w e r / ' Hoarce E, Bix-
Mr . and Mr« Uill Collins o f P o r t ­
Followinff the we lcome on Mon- by, Uonne villc
Power Company}
land Kpiht tho we ekend a t tho
day morning fr o m a Clats kanie rep* *'The Willa m e tt e Basin Projccl,"
Cli.ude Knapp homo.
rfpontativo, the r e s pons e and an- Se t.^tor I)a'j(;ln.'t McKay, chalrn'an
.Mr. and .Mm. Charley Sa ue r s o f
nual oddrcss will bo fflven by Prc.ii* of Willa me tte pr o je ct ccmminslon:
Dt lenu visited over the we e ke nd
dent Frank T. Mo r g an off Nyssn. '•Improve me nt n n d Croppinjr of He-
with Mrs. llr.rry llodffson.
. Series, of Nar r ative Dia ­ Ru>Prta and addrosAeg w ill take up claimed La n d / ' II. D. Howe ll, super-
■Mrit. and Mfii. Clyde Cur r icV w t ^ r
logue Programs to Be th • forenoon o f the fir s t day. A Inte nde nl. As t o r ia experiment sta-
to I’ur tland Saturday a nd br o ug ht
.crvice honor ing the me mor y of tle n; ' illjfh w u y Problems on New
Heard
FranciH and Opnl home fr o m the ir
0!e n Arnsplffer w ith E., H. Judd Proje cts,” Ju d jje Guy Doyinjrton,
AuntH where they have s pe nt tho
What younff fore s ts me ans to tho and Marshall N. Da na In charffo As tor ia; and “ A We ?d Control Pro-
pL!>t thre e Weeks.
I’nciflc northwest w ill be discussed ptecpdcs tho fie ld tour . Dana, odi- ^r n m," Geor;?e A. Nelson, Columbia
.Mr. and .Mrs. K. K. Ga r ne r ond thih fall and winter ove r KOAC in
torial page e dit or of the Oregon c< unty ajr tnt.
I>ariy, .Mrs. Van Blar icom, Mrs . a iieries of narrative , dialoi^lO'Stylo
Ki- inia Weed and Mr. and Mrir. Ed- projrrima prepared a n d pre se nte d
wur d Cr a nl «po„t Sunday at
e „„p„r at.on o f tho Jun-
. I ■ ' ' o r c i t council w ith he adquar-
Mr ,. K«>c Crjl.ben o f Ga r ib a ld i ^
i, vi.itiKu al ih.. WL.BVIT Cla r k| s ,„,^.
for e s tr y.
M e a n in g o f
F o r e sl s t o
B e D i sc u sse d
Your Choice of Prim e Cuts
The Junior For us l council, of
Mr . and Mr,. Carl Wie ne cke and
•lu- l and MHIiiTt «e r.. in Hills bo r o I , I n c l u d e s
s tate 1
.Saturday.
f.- .e .te r, of O f^ o n a n d Was hlng-
Mr, and Mr., r o ld in m a n d daURh- 1
.
advis o r s '
<»f Vamhill spent the we e k •nd rupresentative.H of the
Ame r ican
t h f home of Weavi- r Clar k.
Legion, fire prote ctive as s ociation.
Ve r nal I'ickiT. «ponl th.' we ckon.l |
» | t v 1 G4 and SUte
.vilh hi» family. Mo has bee n a t |
■h.- hum., of hi. parents the pas t |
| .rogroms will lie br ondca.it week-
fe v we ok, where lie has bee n work- | ,,
We dneidoy e ve nlhir s Uir tlnii
a'. H o'clock. Se pte mbe r s ub je ct s ,
Mr . Pal Mollwnin. brothe r- in-
..Qregon T m ile r s ." "T he
law of Mr. Pickens and doujr hte r ", •
Flrtown
and
'The Tree
Uuby and Pally
«'f SaK*ni were |
ver Grew U p .-
Slit.(lay dinne r ifUi- als at the Picken.^i
honie
Sikter Vit iU— .
1939 Crops to
Be SoiiK'wlial
Reduced, Said
Mr. and .Mrs. C. S. P a r k o f Klng-
stcn, Idaho, visited he r e fr om T ue s ­
day until Thursday o f this week
with Mr. and .Mm. Go ne Shipman.
Mr». Park and Mrs. Sh ip ma n ore
sisters.
We s upply you fresh meats, choice cuts and
guar ante e d quality always, whe the r you place
' your or de r ceveral days in advance*, for a ban­
quet or whe the r you run in jus t be for e dinne r
(or te le phone ) for chops, you ma y be assured
that the service will be prompt a n d the prices
more t h a n reaaonable.
DE LIVE RY SCHEDULE-
Corey H ill— 10 A. M. and 3 P. M.
O- A H ill a nd East Side— 10:30 A. M. and
3:30 P . M.
SA M and BOB
Gro c e ry & M arK e t
Phone 761
P r o s pe c t Re ma ins S o m e ­
w h a t Same as Re p o r t o f
P r e v io y s Month
t io n iT a l i’n*p prespoci.s in the
c< u h t r y an a whole r e tnain inunt th e
.mum- an a tn»>ntli au‘> de .s pilo lo c al
ehnn»j«>- s am ! in r especl to c e r t a in
Uftiif*. ueetMiiinK U» » roe«»til ili^ffs t ,
t»f the wiluation by the O .S .t ' . ex*
^ l*‘nsi»»t»
Ht- rviciv
Co n d it io n s
ar e
'<i>nit>what
favor a Mi'
th a n
a
) » a r aRo. «tni C4*nni(U*rably b e lo w
An io n t ; ih r clinn^c^ noU’d in t h e
I <iluatii>M Hitu’f the firxt o f J i.ly w*n.H
d a in a ^o t»> pasturfH and r nnjfe s . c o r n
nnU o t h e r lat«- crop^ In rxti- UHive
tu- rllu*a:»l»Tn anil \ vf*li*rn ar*M.H. Dn
ih f «>thi- r hanii, «onditi«>ri» r n ip m v e d
in iiu ic h o f the oe ntral ant i :*tuithe r n
i-< r n a nd cotttm area^^.
W h f u l priHipfi'Ls mtprikViMl in J u ly
•*»' t h a t pn*dirrli(>it
fx pfct«Ml to he
7;M 1 ^ m illio n UuAheli*. 1 Ti m illio n
ih r Ju ly f ^ lin in lf . ac-
• i. d in u to thi- Kuve r tmtfiU f^tinia te j*
o f .\ niruHt 1 Corn pn).- Hp«*et.s d»*clin-
i*«i to '.’.irtO millit>n 1 > u 8 } u - U. b u t iin>
p t . v f t n e n t in oat<, bar le y an«l tr r ain
ti:hunj?t ne arly t*ff»fl ih o retluc-
lio i. in et»rn eroji pr os pe e is
lin y
p r o d u c t io n pionpi- cti* imp r o vo ti i*lijfht-
l\
The po ta lu f!«tit n»tf wa« c u t
inlllii*n
to
S
iin lli.m
clovtT 8 »‘ 9 * I pr t)ihu*Uon in
t h . U n it e d State s Z . 8
at
1 r» n t illio n pi»iinil!». 7l» pe r e e n t
n f t h e l'.»nS ouiput hut ah t*vf aver-
;\ iie W in ir r fie ld pi- a >oe«l pr odue-
I'm n in t)rejrt»n iit expiH’te il . to be
I *Ji' t o 2f> pe r cent Rr e atc r t h a n
in
wh e n pr oduction a m o u n t e il to
•Ji
m illio n pound*. H a ir y ve te h
•;i f d
p r o d uc tio n in Or»*iron. e s ti*
m a t e t i at 8.f» to 0 millio n puund.«.
ctMup.ire n with 7.1 m illio n p o u n d s as
t h e IIKIS cr op. Common v e t c h s e e d
p r o d u c t io n in Or e jjon l* o x p o c te d
t o b o s ome what above
o ffs e t
t o s ome e x te nt by n r e d u c t io n ir^
lliin ir a r ia n vetch 5eed p r o d u c t io n .
T h e p r o d u c t io n of commo n r y e (n‘a5&
s t e d In Or e g o n i<i e x pe cte d to b e '
fc 't'ns ide nibly above 1P3B. E n Rli^h
r y « in*ass see d pr o duction m a y be
Quantity Orde rs Gla d ly Delivered
IF
You W an t t o Se ll T hem
TELL THEM!
People are cur ious because they are hum a n. Men
and women,
KNOW.
boys and girls ALL W A N T
TO
H a lf the wor ld’s knowledge s tar te d with
curiosity. Sa tis fy that curiosity! Tell t h e m !
And
you’ll sell t h e m !
Do you run a s tore ?
Then pick out s ome thing—p
new dress s tyle, a s hirt, an electric re frige rator, a
beauty lotion, fur nitur e , etc. Some thing you know
people would w a nt if they knew as muc h about it
as you do.! W r it e about it. Advertise it.
it—tell what it ’s for— what it will do.
the details.
Describe
Do n ’t spare
Pe ople want to know!
Then place t h a t a d in The Eagle.
it with pictures- ^that sell.
Let us illustrate
If your price is right— ’
and if you've to ld the whole Mory—you c a n’t fail
to get more bus ine s s !
T h e V er n o n i a Ea gl e
C o n s is t e n t A d v e r t is in g P a y s D ir e c t ly