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Page 10 i CLA5 Sl F.!ED'00 WANTED: Old cars, batteries, FOR SALE: 6x6 Studebaker radiators, junk of all kinds. We have parts for old cars and trucks. Marlowe at Alston's corner. Phone Rainier 507Wl. 9-16-pd. ,= FOR SALE: A 30 Caterpillar, good shape. Practically new Hydraulic dozer. G. C. Christ° lieb, Rt. 1, Box 98A, Rainier, Oregon. 10-7-pd. ,n FOR SALE: One spinet piano available in Clatskanie terri- tory. Write Credit Department, Korten's, Longview, Washing- ton. 9-16-c PIGS FOR SALE: Weaners, feed- ers and sows. C. W. boar ser- vice. Good healthy stock. J. C, Muller, 1 mile So. of Mayger0 Rt. 1, Box 243, Clatskanie, Ore. 8-26-tfc. WANTED: Will pay top price for good second growth fir tim- ber that can be winter logged cash for tract or stumpage. Write E. G. Wilson, Rt. 1, Box 513, Clatskanie, Oregon. truck, 16 ft. long. Will take pick-up as part payment. R. V. Snyder, Rt. 1, Box 115, Clatskame. 9-16-tfc FOR SALE: Apples and pears, 19 pick, lc per lb. Bring contain, era. J. C. Muller, about 1 mi. from Mayger, Box 243, Rt. 1. 9-16-pd. FOR SALE: I.E.L. one-man pew, er saw; have 8 ft. mill powered with L.A.E. Case unit. Will consider selling, leasing or trading for small home. Other miscellaneous tools. Mrs. Gladys De Rosia ,Birkenfeld, Ore. 9-2-tfc. FOR SALE: Flex-Seal Pressure Canners at a special price o] $15.70, were $27.70. Bush Fur- niture Store. 9-16-tfc. FOR SALE: '37 Terraplane sedan, new engine, new tires, perfect running order. $300 or will trade for equity in later model car. Chris Jones, Mist. 9-23-pd. 8-12-tfc. 1 .... • FOR SALE: 1 new roller for WANTED TO BUY: Unimproved roller for lumber truck. 1 single acreage or small tract close tel drum with frame & chains. town. Write Rt. 2, Box 476. I Three million ft. of mixed tim, 9-16-pd. ber, 1 range cook stove. Dave IMMEDIATE DELIVERY on Ferguson Tractors. Order now. Union Motor Sales. FOR PROMPT and fficient elec- trical wiring of all kinds call Freeland Electric at Bush Fur- niture Store or St. Helena 1200J 1 10-8-tfc. BULL SERVICE at your place. Why keep a ull? Call L. Birk- enfeld. Phone 44R2, Clatskanie, Ore. Can use any amount of milk cows, springers or beef. See L. Birkenfeld before you sell and get the hghest price. 4-23-tfc. FOR SALE: International trucl. D40, new bed, new battery, new paint, good rubber. Will trade for car. Marlowe, at Alston's corner• Phone Rainier 507Wl. 9-16-pd FOR SALE: Power lawn mower. Kellogg air compressor. Both like new. Knapp's Texaco Service. Ph. 759. 9-9-tfc FOR SALE: Pianos, new and used, Grands, Uprights, Spin- ets, Players. Lowest Prices Free Delivery -- Terms m In- struments rented. Rent to ap- ply on Purchase Price. Kor, ten's. Commerce at Broadway, Longview. Phone 3400. 3-11-tfc. FOR SALE: '36 Chev. Maste coupe, all good tires, clean in- side. fine shape. Chas Isaksonj Rt. 2. 9-16-pd. FOR SALE: Finished No. 3 com- mon 2x3 and 2x4 eight feet long. Wholesale prices. Beaver Lumber Co. 9-12-tfc FOR SALE: Shep-Craft boats & Mercury motrs. Smith and Morgan, Shell Service Station at Rainier. 3-11-tfc i KIMBALL, K.nabe, WurlitzeT, Story and Clark & many other high grade makes in planes. Spinets now available. Write W. M. Blowers, 1206 Broadway, Longview, Wn. We recommend Walter Norby as piano tuner. Two good used 120 bass aceor- diana. Terms if desired. Get in touch with our local repren- tative, Austim Simmons. , i SELL, TRADE or BUY: =rla Real Estate Co., 176 llth St Phone 2,239. Chtskanie Office Phone 575 or 983. St. HelemB Coons, near Mayger, Rt. 1 Clatskanie, Ore. 9-16-tfc, FOR RENT: Apartment with 4 rooms, bath and large hallway, Phone 33R6. 9-9-tfc. FOR SALE: Crushed quarry rock --you haul or we hauL Adams concrete and Rock PlanL Ph. 5R14. 1-14-tfc. FOR SALE: Medium size wood range, $7.50. J. C. Muller, aboui 1 mi. from Mayger, Box 243, Rt. 1. 9-16-pd. FOR SALE: Several good farms in the vicinity of Clatskanie, Small tract of land in Mayger with house and some river frontage. G. F. Puzey. 7-15-tic. FOR SALE: 2 saddle mares, five year old. Call 49R14. 9-9-tfc. WANTED: Somone to do per- sonal laundry. Phone 946. 9-16-pd SAIL BOAT FOR SALE: Inquire Bear Tavern. 6-17-tfc FOR SALE: Small farm, 3 mi. from town. Pete Linder. 9-23-pd WOOD: Block or planer. John- son Wood Co. Phone Clatskanie 989. 3-12-tfc FOR SALE: 1 yearling bull (An- gus Holstein cross); A few ewes; young Toulouse geese For rent: house at Mayger Electric lights, running water• $10 per month. Clint W. Ander- son, Rt. 1, Box 406, Clatskanie. Timber for sale. FOR SALE: Crushed quarry rock --you haul or we haul. Adams Concrete and Rock Plant. Ph. 5R14. 1-14-tfc. FOR SALE: Approx. 20 acres some cleared, some under 2nd growth, deep well, elec. pump, ,abundant water. :Fine orchard excellent view. Comfortable old house, new bathroom. Fur- nished or unfurnished. Some outbuildings includ, sauna. Leaving acc't, health. Write for details or come see us and make offer. L. J. Larson, Rt. 1, box 472, Clatskanie. 9-16-pd FOR SALE: Drophead Singer treadle, sewing rachine. Gaso- Office. FOR HIRE: Trench digger, 10-]3 shovel with all attachments. Phone 1263, Art Bergman. 3-26-t. STEAM BOILERS: New and re- built. High and low preuure, 4-hp to 100-hp. H, R. T. Butt rivet 66'x16' 40-hp. Code- Cleaver Brooks steam boUen, full auto oil-fired tanlm, air compressors. Steam p. Coast Machine and Welding Works, 1418 S.W. Front Ave., Portland. AT. 4060. ?-16-tfe FOR SALE: New Furniture and Furniture made to order. John Westlund. Clatskanie, Ore. Rt, 1, box 105. 6-10-tfc. HAULING: 6x6 flat bed truck, fitted to haul 8 ft. logs or lum- ber. R. V. Snyder, Rt., 1, box 115. 7-8-tfc. NEED MONEY? Sell Christmas Cards• Profit to 100% on $1 "Leader" Asortment, Personal Greetings 50 for $1 up. New Platsics, many others. "Lead- er" on approval, FREE Im- printed amples. Stylart, 1310 Santee. Dept. 49, Los Angeles 55, Calif. 9-16-pd 6-?-tfc. line powered lawn mower, 21  in., less than factory price. See at L. J. Larson's or write Rt. 1 box 472, Clatskanie. 9-16-pd FOR SALE: Savage 16 ga. shot, gun with interchangeable 25-20 barrel, with 16 ga. shells $37.50; 44-40 Win. carbine with shells $25.00; 32 special Win rifle with shells $50.00. F. C, Pitzer, old Mist road, 31 mile South of Clatskanie. 9-16-c i BULLDOZER for hire. Kent Ma- gruder. Phone 60R4. 12-12-tfc FOR SALE: 7˝ cubic foot West: inghouse refrigerator; porcel ain lined Fowler 30 gal. elec tric water tank; Dtto-Thexm oil stove, 5 room size. Call Clatskanie 226 between 9 a. m, and 6 p. m. or 'Westport 234 after 6 p.m. 9-9-tfc DRESSED FRYERS FOR SALE: Phone 33R15. No Saturday Calls. Mrs. King 8-19-tfe FOR SALE: 7-piece solid hard- wood walnut dining suite; Co- op. home freezer, 7 cu. ft.; new enameled Lung stove; daveno, makes full bed; drop leaf kit- chen table. Lillian Monroej Mayger, Oregon. 9-3-tc. THE C/.,ATSKANIE (;:HIEF, CLATSK.ANIE, OREGON FOR SALE: 8 inch table saw and' 2 deer rifles, real good guns. James Ollila. 9-23-c FOtALE: Used doors and win- uuws, good condition. Bush Furniture Store. 9-16-tfc TRAILER HOUSE FOR SALE: 1,t7 Tml-rlome. Sleeps 4, has ice box, floor furnace and gas range. an be seen at the (Sol- umtna Trailer Court, Long- wow. Anderson Brothers, Rt, 1, box4o6, Clatskanie. 8-19-tfc FOR ALE: 1941 Pontiac 8 cus- tom seaan, real clean, $850. Ray I G.arlock, Mist O__._regon____ 9-16-pd FOR SALE: Five piece dinettc so% reasonable. Wm. L. Reed• phone 638. 9-16-pd FOR SALE or RENT: 4 bedroom modern nome, furnished, $600 down. Phone 62R17. 9-2-tfc FOR SALE: Old growth Ceda fence posts, will deliver. Ed Fenimore, Delena. Phone 5R9 Fall Scouting Starts Monday Boy Scouts and Senior Scouts will start in full swing for the season on September 19th in Clatskanie. The age limit on Boy Scouts has been changed and the ag limit now is 11 to 14. The Scous automatically go into senior scouting at 14 years. Frank Stinson, scoutmaster, and Bill Reed, assistant scout- master send a message to all boys interested in Boy or Senior Scouts to be at the Clatskanie Grade school and go through the furnace room door. LOWELL STEEN TO ADDRESS FARM BUREAU MEETING A Western Regional Meeting of the Oregon Farm Bureau Fed- eration September 19 in Hills- 9-23-C boro was announced today t)y .  ]arry Brownell, Milwaukee, Re- lieR SALE: Oat straw, 40c bale. 1 gional Director. Bill Minkoff, Phone 44R3. ] Representatives from Marion, 9-16-tfc ] Clackamas, Columbia, P o I k, ....... I Tillamook, Clatsop and Wash, FOR SALE: One wood burning, ingtoa counties will study the cooking range. Inquire Metho- dist parsonage. 9-16-tfc: SPECIAL SALE IRICE: Flex- Seal Fressure Canners. Regu- lar $27.70, now $!5.70, while they last. Bush Furniture Store• 9-16-tfc. FOR SALE: 120 A. farm on Clatskanie River. Electricity, phone, good road, school bus, mail & paper route, 4 miles from P. O. Phone 11t8. 9-16-tfc WANTED: To rent or buy pair of good field glasses, suitable for use at football games. Box S, Clatskanie Chief. 9-16-pd FOR SALE: $1600, log truck and trailer, 42 G.M.C. Walker sin- gle axle trailer, just overhaul- ed. Flat bed included. Ander- son Bros., 2 mi. so. of Mayger, Rt. 1, box 406, Clatskanie. 8-26-tfc. WANT MAN with small cat or big horses, yard logs, good win- ter show. Also man with truck. P. O. Box 199, Clatskanie. 9-30-pd FREE: Nice kittens to give away at he Pascoe residence. 9-16-pd FOR SALE: Used iron bed; fruii jars. Phone 49R4. 9-16-c. FOR SALE: Two bedroom home with six acres of fertile land, Ideal place for working man. Two local mills. Good chea transportation to Longview or St. Helena. Located in West Rainier. Priced reasonably., Phone Clatskanie 37R25 or write Rt. 1, Box 151, Clats kanie. 9-23-pd. FOR SALE: Gillnet boat, 4 nets and right. $600. Phone 62R17. 9-2-tfc. FOR SALE: Pair ladies' white figure ice skates, size 6. Phone 1152. 9-16-c region's farm problems, Brown- ell said. Oregon Farm Bureau Presi- dent, Lowell Steen, will head- line the regional meeting with a talk on current issues of state- wide interest. General items re1 discussion will include Columbia Valley Authority, Daylight Say, Lng time, Development of West- ern Phosphates, marketing agree- ments for turkeys and prunes, a new test for milk, and a pru- :ram for selling farm crops on the hoof. Farm leaders heading discus- sion of commodity groups will be: Milton Simon of Foresi Grove, fruits and vegetables Hans Leuthold of Tillamook and Ray Hobson of Amity, dairying: Marcus Vetter of Woodburn livestock; Ray Vanderzanden of Banks, field crops; Haward Bowlby of Cornelius and Lloyd Lee of Salem, poultry; and Art Johnson of Astoria will repro sent newly organized Clatsop county mi4k farmers and dairy- men. The purpose of the meeting, Brownell said, if for develop- ment of regional thinking on farm problems within the coun- ties and for preparation of a pre- sentation at the Oregon Farm Bureau Convention scheduled :for November 14th, 15th and ] 16th. Shower for Mrs. Stinson Mrs. Richard Stinson was the honored guest at a stork shower given on Thursday night of lasi week at the home of Mrs. Dan Hawk with Mrs. Wayne Moilane and Mrs. Carl Welch as assistant hostesses. Robber Bingo was dayed during the evening and Mrs. Stinson was presented with a bassinette and a bathinette. County Aid Situation (Continued from page I) colt, no garden, only (in to˘ many instances) a street cornen FOR SALE: Cows, 7 head fresh surrounded by threat from every fine dairy cows, Guernseys and angle Jerseys. Mostly young, high t Ie "has no garden and doesn't producers. Sickness forces sale, acquire the sense of security thai 1 or all. Unruh place at Del- comes from sharing. His sense ot ena. E. G. Wilson, Rt. 1, Box 513, Clatskanie, Ore. 9-2-tfc. THE TRIDENT (Continued from page I) Bill Thornton has been putting in plantings around his new bar- ber shop which will improve the appearance of Fourth St ..... The Pine St. road just off Fourth is much improved with ! grading and surfacing just com- pleted. Pine St. leads up to some new and attractive homes witb pleasant grounds around them... Have you noticed the neat ap parance of the hedge and trees at the Merle Harrington hom on Fourth St.? .... On Poplar St. the Puzey real- dense looks cool and serene on its neatly clipped lawn ..... Going up Nehalem St. one may notice the neat and attractive ap- pearance of the English Ivy cov- ered bank at the Clock home and trimmed gra and shrubs at the Presbyterian "-Church, the well kept grounds around the Methodist property. The Wm. Reed yard in this block always looks well cared for and bright with flowers. Going on up Ne- haleru St. may be seen well kept lawns and gay Fall flowers at Danielson's, Reed Holding's, Dr.i Wooden's George Van's, Hattans. Cohoons, Bristols and others. Th0! gorgeous show of begonias at the  George Sutherland home is a de light to the eye. The Bill Reed yard is lovely to look at with its sloping lawn, clipped hdge, and shrubbery. One jewel in the band of Bry- ant St. is the Franklin yard whicD is beautifully cared for right out to the street. possessing "family" is often dis- turbed, for example by a parent working away from home. In spite of the fact that inter- est in, and knowledge of. chil, dren's needs are increasing, there is much indifference toward the status of children and the risk they must take in the modern world. FARRIS PRESSLER IS CALLED BY DEATH Farris Edward Pressler, who lived in Clatskanie as a boy and young man, was laid to rest in Portland on August 21st. Complete details for an obitu- ary were not known here but Farris was 32 years of age and was ill only for a short time. Survivors include his wife, Mir- iam and children, Pamela, Patri- cia and Randy and his mother Eva Mae Pierce. September 16, Teachers Guests at PTA Meeting Donald Hausman, who was drowned at Pacific City over th week end, was the son oŁ a for- mer Clatskanie resident, known locally as Erma Hicks. The father of the boy, who worked to save his son, is not in good condition, it is reported. Mrs. Hausman was the daugh- ter of former residents, Mr. and Mrs. Hicks. Oldtimers will re- member that Mr. Hicks was vic- I tim of a double accidental death !case at the time that the late Ben Birkenfeid was killed• Mrs. Hausman is a cousin oi Albert Canham. Over a hundred parents and friends attended the first fall meeting of the Parent Teachers Association last Wednesday eve- ning. The meeting was ably con- ducted by pesident Don Smart. Mr. Chester Cardiff, grade Social Club Meets The Social club of Chapter, O. E. S. will meet Thursday, September 22nd at Masonic Temple. All are to bring their contributions the home to this meeting. Entertainment and ments are being arranged by committees. Local Boys Demonstrate school principal, was introduced Clayton Pillar and and thanked the members for Hopkins of Clatskanie and their friendliness and coopera lestry club members who DONALD HAUSMAN, SON tion shown during his short tim, first place at the Columbia OF FORMER RESIDENT here and expressed confidence oty fair in demonstration of a successful year. He introduced his staff for the year. The high school principal• David Staley was unable to at- tend and Mrs. Harold Case in- DELENA troduced the members of the high l school staff who were present f Teachers were presented corsages i and buttonieres and name cards. I Mr. and Mrs. Herman The membership voted to again accompanied Mr. and Mrs. assist Sam Ellis with the school Krieger of Clatskanie to census. Volunteers will check couver, Washington Sunday. their districts and register .all children from the cradle to 21 who.are not already listed or who have changed their place of resi- dence since last fall. The budget was presented by Harry Webster, chairman of bud- get and finance and it was adopt- WARREN YOUNG ON ed by the association. OFFICIAL VISITS Mrs. Albert Gassner was elect- ed secretary of the group, filling Warren Young, grand master the vacancy caused by the resig- of the grand lodge of the In. nation of Mrs. Ransford. dependent Order of Odd Fellow. Mrs. Harry Webster was an- in Oregon, left on Tuesday after- nounced as school lunch chair- noon for a two week's trip in man. Eastern Oregon on official visit Mrs. William Barr, program party at the Log Hall of lodges in that area. chairman, announced the theme night. Margit Peterson and While away he will also attend of the year as, "Home and School, i Vena Turner were hostesses I some sessions in Idaho a Partnership." Mrs. Vera Ander. Fern Rohl furnished the --Mr. Young last week 'paid sev- son, accompanied,,by Mrs. Loren Tillie Cline entertained eral call officially to lodges o ussier, sang,,- when . neei ]card club Thursday. La re n east uown zo 'ray, Dy oromy cz , the O go c . , ............ "tTurner won 1st prize and l0 man LeeKmr Mrs lxaipn mieger s  ] . • ..' ..... I trump; Jenme Watson 2nd i . prone merpremuon o tne "'Jura- • Sheila McCaffery m Europe ........... . ^n ,.,. , ....  [Nelda McClung consolation. • i nce Mr and Mrs Lester Jot A pmture and story of young e . I • • people bicycling through Europe Kenneth Nell, superintendent  and son were visiting the appeared in the Oregon Journallof school transportation, discuss- Thompsons unday. last week and Sheila McCaffer,led the bus transportation and th Patty Schenk celebrated former resident of Birkenfeldlnew state laws affecting it. He 12th birthday with a party at was one of the group• Miss Mc-lstated there are now 13 routes home on Sunday. Caffery and her companions at covering 350 miles a day with the time were in Austria• 325 children being picked up and Mrs. Dorothy Wilcoxen  returned home each day. TheMrs. Clint Anderson called at New Home Starts bus routes were set up to comply Lester Peterson home ]with the state regulations. Due Mr. John Brye and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Edvard Evenson I to a shortage of buses, the money Johnson hauled two truck have a cat busy in North Clats-:] available, and the time element, of pears to the cannery in kanie preparing the lot acros'a very few are now walking a view where a group of the post treatment were on the Fair program on Saturday give the same demonstration. Visitors at the home of Cline Sunday were Mr. and A1 Ridderbush and Eddie of nier and Mr. and Mrs. Muthersbaugh of Deer Nancy Freeman is home after spending two weeks picking. Portland shoppers were Mr. and Mrs. William and Mrs. Jenny Kiest. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cline were Portland and Vancouver The children had their from the Flippo home for the', construction of a new home. It will be a three bedroom house in ranch style. Floyd Jones is the contractor. Receives Word of Birth Mrs. Nettle Wilson received a telegram from Japan this week telling of he birth of a grand- daughter on September 3rd. The babe is the daughter of Lt. and Mrs. Arden Wilson. Meeting is Postponed The convention of the Roya} Neighbors for this district tha had been scheduled for this week has been postponed indefinitely Another date will be set later in the season and announced. Practice is Called All officers of LaFrance Rebe- kah Lodge and those wishing to take part in the initiation are called to practice tonight (Fri. day) at the I. O. O. F. hall at 7:30 p. m. Are Hospitalized Mrs. Mike Hovey is a medical patient at the St. Mary's hospital in Astoria. Mrs. Erling Flato is a surgical patient at the Columbia hospi- tal in Astoria. Chief Want Ads Get Results. I PRICrS EFFECTIVE, SEPTEMBER 17, 1949 Rinso, Ige. pkg. 29€ Lux Flakeg, Ige. pkg. 29€ Dial Soap, bar 23€ Diced Carrots, no. 2 jar 13€ Diced Beets, no. 2 tin 15€ Smith's Spaghetti, 16 oz.tin 2-25c MissionCoffee, no.ltan 49€ Spinach, H&H 2 1-2 tin 20€ Smith's Butter Beans, no. 1 tin 10c Okra, H&H no. 2 tin 17€ Hominy, H&H 2 1-2tin 17€ Peas, Klondike 2 1-2 tin 2-25c little over the mile limit, set by P. T. A. members canned the state to reach a bus. for the hot lunch program. V. F. W. AUXILIARY Rummage and SALE Sept. 23 & 24- all day HOLMES' BUILDING Next to Valley Market Builder's Hardware Sargent Lock Sets Stanley Tools Estwing Hammers Disston Saws In fact everYthing for the Builder LUMBER Kiln Dried Fine Finish Lumber Dimension of all Kinds Fluhrer Bros. Old Growth Cedar Shingles Pioneer Thick Butt Shingles Roofing 45 to 90 lb. Plywood, Jolmsmanville and Firtex Ceiling Blocks : inch Sheetrock Doors and Windows to Your Order Cement Products 4 in. Drain Tile .................... 10e ft. 6 in. Drain Tile ................... 15c ft. Building and Foundation Blocks Let us figure your building and repair