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____ FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1939
VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNONIA, OREGON
favorably, and a study program “Thankagivig,” a song by Miss
of early pioneer days in this vi Ramsey’s room; and “The Friendly
cinity was discussed. Other business Indians” by Miss Weed’s room.
concerned the club’s assent to
a Red Cross membership and
Pythian Sisters Meet
, visiting members of the Vernonia buy
to send a representative to the Malmstens Hold Family
Committee Reunion Thanksgiving—
at Mrs. Heenan’s—
j reThek lamp on display at Kul- meetings. After
Qie business meet
The Pythian Sisters met at the lander’s Jewelry
ing, Mrs. Scott served refresh-
On Thanksgiving, November 23,
home of Mrs. Edna Heenan, Wed- awarded in the near future, pre ments.
it the Evangelical church,
nesday, November 22. The prin-1 sumably near Christmas;
The next club meeting will be Malmstens had a family gathering,
cipal topic of the meeting was theI inite date will 1
the first reunion in 10 years. A
official visit of the Grand Chief later.
of Oregon, Margaret Phillips, of
dinner, music, visiting and remin
Portland, who visits Vernonia Tem Mrs. Scott Hostess
cing made a complete day for
Local Christian Church
ple Wednesday night, December
the following family members: Mrs.
to Business Club—
Host for District Meeting— Eva West Mrs. Eda Lindstrom, Mr.
The Vernonia Business Women’s
Plans were outlined for a dinner
The lower Columbia River Dis and Mrs. Charles Malmsten. Mrs.
to be served at the Odd Fellows
trict meeting of the
: all at 6:30 that night to uhe Ina Scott’s. The revised consti church, including ministers, their L. is Clark and Mary Ann, Mr. and
Grand Chief, all members and all tution was read and voted upon wives and delegates from Wash Mrs. Lloyd Thomas and two child-
ren of Forest Grove, Mr and Mrs.
and Columbia Sidney Malmsten, Mr. and Mrs.
Bounties, will hold a rally in Ver Harvard Malmsten, Mr. and Mrs.
nonia, Tuesday December 5th. Leonard Malmsten and two children
The theme of the program listed of Longview, Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
It Is A Genuine Pleasure
below is “Oregon, Our Task”:
Knauss and son of Hoquiam, Wash-
10:00 a.m. Devotional service by ington, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Malm-
To shop here where everything is displayed
sten and two children, Mrs. Rice,
10:15 Address of welcome by w. Mrs. LeRoy Malmsten’s mother.
under the most sanitary conditions and in a
O. Livingstone, Vernonia.
Otto Malms ten of Seaside, Mr. and
tempting manner. The price tags are pleasing,
10:35 Response by Bruce Cald- Mrs. Franklin Malmsten, Marshall
well of Forest Grove.
too, for they are always moderate in spite of
and Kothryn Malmsten and Mr. A.
Greathouse of Portland.
the high quality products
Little Mary Ann Clark was hon
Oregon” by Russell Myers, Astor. ored with a birthday cake at the
dinner*, this year’s Thanksgiving
11:30 Sermon, “Accepting Our Day being her birthday.
Challenge,’ Ralph Putnam, Hills-
12:00 Dinner and felowship.
MONTANA FOLK VISIT
Corey Hill—10 A. M. and 3 P. M.
1:30 Devotional service by a lay
O-A Hill and East Side—10:30 A M. and
1:45 Sermon, “Our Young People TO GIVE PLAY
3:30 P. M
Under the Task,” Ellsworth Coul
Mr, and Mrs. Chet Anderson and
Quantity Orders Gladly Delivered
daughter Phyllis, of Taft, Mr, anu
Sam Anderson of Glenwood,
2:20 Round-table discussion.
Mr. and Mrs, Eben John and daugh
3:00 Sermon, “The
ter and Mr. and Mrs, Ed Roediger
Power of God In Our Hands,” C. were dinner guests of Mrs. C. I.
H. Hilton, St. Helens.
Mrs. Bruce Caldwell, song lead- Anderson
The pupils of Natal school will
present “Alibaba and the Forty
Thieves” at the Natal grange
Friendship Circle Meets
on December 9. The leading roles
are taken by Bob Fredrickson and
At Mrs Chalmers—
The regular monthly meeting of Mildred Wolff, Norman Peterson
.he Friendship Circle was held last will be seen as Hasim and Betty
Thursday at the home of Mrs. John Hall takes the rola of Hassim’s
pot *■ wife. The play will be given as
Chalmers. After a delicious
luck dinner, a social afternoon was a benefit for the 4-H clubs of the
Mrs. Anderson was presented with
Mr. and Mrs. M. Morin and
a beautiful birthday cake by her daughter of Arl.ee, Montana,
visiting at the home of Mrs. Morin’s
Members present included: Mes- sisters, Mrs. J. H. Atkins and Mrs.
dames Harvey Crume, Phillip Millis, A. Nanson.
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Sidney Malmsten, Anderson, Louis
Mr. and Mrs. Morin and daughter
Boeck, John Biggs, Francis Fonda, of Arlee, Montana, and Mr. and
Everett Wood, Harry Myers and the Mrs. J. H. Atkins and sons were
dinner guests Sunday at the home
I „UfOHT HPUStaJ
>f J. R. Bennett of Birkenfeld.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Gwin and
children, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hel-
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tine of Portland and Mr. and Mrs.
Under the direction of Miss De Walter Parker and son, Stanley, of
Special Explosives for Specific Uses
was presented in the Washington Thanksgiving, of Mr. and Mrs.
school auditorium the Wednesday Gwin.
Whatever your blasting problem may be, there is a
Mr. and Mrs. George Wood and
“Making the Neody Thankful,” family from Camp 8, Mr. and Mrs.
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Wiedman, Frank Lines, Phyllis New, and daughters, spent Thanksgiving
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George Sabilino and Alberta Tip with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lynch.
per case, and do more work per stick, giving you lower
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lynch were at
ton, members of the 8-E class.
costs per acre of clearing.
The second number of the pro Camp McGregor Sunday.
gram, “Thanksgiving Song,” was
Mr. and Mrs. George Cobat and
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sung by Leota White and Betty their son, Roy Cobat and wife, were
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drain your land quickly and economically, making profit
The intermediate Dramatic Club home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Denck.
able acres out of present waste land.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Peoples and
provided the last play, “Thankful
The characters were: three children, Mr, and Mrs. Garlan
for That.” Tl-
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Betty Cummings and Bobbie Bram epent Thanksgiving with Mrs. B. H.
the name DU PONT on cases and cartridges when you buy explosives.
Mrs. M. Morin and daughter, Mr
The primary grades of Washing
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John Atkins and sons
ton school entertained their par-!__
ents the same day in the Little I were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Describing the methods of using explosives
Auditorium with the following pro-lNanson for Thanksgiving^
for blasting stumps, boulders and ditches eas
gram: “Thanksgiving Greeting” by, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bond and
ily, quickly and cheaply. Send your request
Mrs. Scott’s room; piano solo by' daughter, Clara, were in Portland
to the nearest office.
Thanksgiving Thursday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Pantomime by Miss Schreiber’s I Brockhouse.
Homer Sheeley took his mother
room; group singing of America;
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“ ’Neath Loving Wings” by Dorene to Forest Grove Monday for med
Henderson and Lonnie Justice; ical attention.
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piano solo by Mervin Brock; “The I Mr. and Mrs. George Parker
Wise Turkey” by Miss Kizer’s room; spent Thanksgiving with his mother,
“The Pumpkin Dance” by Mrs. Mrs. George Parker.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cobat, Mr.
Sc< tt’s room; piano duet by Jane
and Dick Comstock; “Pippety, Pip-1 and Mrs. Jimmy Burke were in
Saturday and Sunday.
LET’S BE SOCIABLE
INJURED SUNSET MAN Sunset CamP' is sported to be get-
ing along nicely, and not injured
badly as was reported.
A carload of sawdust was un
NOT TOO SERIOUS
Mrs. Ida Page of Portland is
spending this week at the Kilburg
Mrs. Robert Hensley was a Satur
day and Sunday visitor at the home
of her mother, Mrs. William Baxter
Fred Ganuschke, who was in-
jured last week while wc king at
a **. .
loaded and trucked from the S.
P. depot to the Gilmore hotel. Fred
Rushton, Lorraine Tallman
If the person who took the
boys coat, cap and gloves will take
them back to the school, no ques
„„ asked. ....
Mr. and Mrs
Aspinall, O-A ‘ Hill.
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LUMBER — SHINGLES — VENEER
lVlwli>suh> and Helail
5ee my bargains in Kiln Dried Lum,'«'r at $8.75
jer M. and up. Open Saturdays Loin 8 a. m.
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Grocery & Market
Saleway Has the Low Prices!
Values for Friday and Saturday, December 1 and 2
—Shop Safeway for Quality Meats—
Beef Boast (No Neck)
Beef Bib Boil . .
Pure Lard « • . • 4 Lbs. 35c
Pork Roast o/whl lb. I71/2 c
Loin Pork Boast
1 Lb. Tin
2 Lb. Tin ...
1». bag |4c
SUPER SUDS, Consentrated Blue
PEALS, Lemon, Orange, Citron
LUNCH BOX Sandwich Spread
Quart Jar 39c
SPRY Shortening .................................
3 Lb. Can
3 1 Lb. Can
MOLASSES, Aunt Dinah ............
............................. 2H 2 Lb. Can
PORK AND BEANS
Lg. 2H Size Cai na
3 For 25c
—Fresh Fruits and Vegetables—
Potatoes Ko.2 £±.7™. 50 lb. bag 5»c
3 dozen 2«c
Turnips, Beets, Carrots •
2 Bu. 5c
New and Used Paris
New and Used Tires
Gas and Oil
Expert Auto Repairing
Farmer-Consumer Pear Campaign
LYNCH AUTO PARTS
2 KITCHEN CRAI
49-lb. bag $1.49
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2 large pkgs. 35c
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itwit. itomi otrosiT imsmnance c o « e o . >
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2 for 25c
per cake 5c
L“ii- ctn. $1.17
Matches Highway ctn. 6 boxes 14c