Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, March 30, 1934, Page 5, Image 5

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    FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1934.
PAGE FIVE
VERNONIA EAGLE. VERNONIA, OREGON
I SOCIETY NEWS - CLUBS - FRATERNAL
GROUP OF O.E.S. MEMBERS
night, surprised her with gifts of recently completed new Masonic
VISIT OREGON CITY CHAPTER candy and stationery in honor of temple in Clatskanie and also
her birthday which occurred the that entertainment out of the
Mrs. F. D. Macpherson, Mrs. previous week. The young people, ordinary has been promoted for
Fred Wall, Mrs. A. J. Hughes, who are of the high school group, the evening.
Mrs. L. H. Dewey and Mrs. C. L. also brought refreshments and
ATI Masons, whether of this
Brock went to Gladstone Tues­ turned the occasion into a de­ grand jurisdiction or not, are in­
day to be dinner guests of Mr. lightful social affair.
vited to attend the annual affair
and Mrs. Ernest Yeo, formerly
and it is expected that as usual
of Vernonia, and to attend in STUDY CLUB GIVES
several hundred of the fraternity
the evening the fortieth anniver­ SHOWER FOR HOSTESS
of the county will partake of the
sary celebration of Pioneer Chap­
hospitality of Clatskanie lodge.
ter, Order of Eastern Star, in
A complete surprise to Mrs.
Oregon City.
Ivan McCollom, hostess for the PYTHIAN SISTERS DISCUSS
The ladies report a delightful regular meeting of the Vernonia CONVENTION PLANS
time with the Yeos who are en­ study club which was held at the
joying life in Gladstone and are home of Mrs. Harold McEntire on
The business session of Verno­
prospering in their business.
March 22, was a shower of gifts nia temple Pythian Sisters, held
The anniversary service of Pi­ which was presented to her fol­ Wednesday evening was chiefly
oneer chapter was a unique and lowing the serving of refresh­ concerned with plans for the dis­
gala occasion with a large at­ ments.
trict convention to be held in St.
tendance of visiting members.
The program consisted of re­ Heles on April 28. The local
The Oregon City chapter is the views of educational systems of temple will take part in the work
oldest on the coast bavins been our West-coast states. Mrs. E. J. of the convention.
originally chartered 54 yeais ago. Douglass told of educational work
It was discontinued for a while, in Alaskan schools, Mrs. Judd LEGION AUXILIARY
although the original charter was Greenman, Mrs. McCollom and CARD PARTY POSTPONED
kept and was read at Tuesday Mrs. Dave Marshall traced the
The American Legion Auxiliary
night’s celebration.
history of education in Oregon,
Forty years ago Pioneer chap­ Washington and California re­ card party planned for April 6
has been postponed to the 13th
ter was again instituted by Myrtle spectively.
chapter of Portland, and the
Interesting plans were made on account of the school program
present officers of Myrtle chap­ for the annual stunt day program scheduled for the former date.
ter were among the honored which will be given next week at
guests of the evening, each re­ the home of Mrs. H. V. Holcomb, SIGNING OF WHEAT
ceiving a gift from the corres­ with a one o’clock luncheon pro­
CONTRACTS OPENED
ponding officer of Pioneer chap­ ceeding.
TO ALL WHEAT MEN
ter.
Additional members attending
Mrs.
Mrs. Stella Drake of Portlad, were Mrs. E. M.Bollinger
The Columbia County Wheat
a past worthy grand matron of Enoch Dumas, Mrs. Harold Mc­ Control board conisting of J. G.
the order and a daughter of the Entire, Mrs. F. D. Maspherson, Watts, Scappoose, Wm. Skuzie,
worthy matron of Myrtle chapter Mrs. H. M. Bigelow, Mrs. Fred Warren, and Axel Carlson, War­
at the time it instituted Pioneer Wall,. Mrs. E. S. Thompson, Mrs. ren, passed a resolution at their
chapter in Oregon City, was given A. J. Hughes, Mrs. H. V. Hol­ meeting last Friday evening that
a floral degree by the Martha comb. Mrs. L. H. Dewey, Mrs. E. the supplementary wheat cam­
Washington degree team of Port- E. Garner and Mrs. Ray D. Fisher. paign sign-up would be made
land in honor of her mother.
through the press, and that all
Mrs. Fred Wall, worthy matron WOMEN’S RELIEF CORPS
interested wheat growers who
of Nehalem chapter, along with HOLDS QUILTING PARTY
wish to sign the wheat control
ail of the visiting worthy matrons
contract
should
communicate
for 1934, was introduced and pre
The Women’s Relief corps held with the county agent’s office.
sented with an old fashioneci a quilting party Friday at the
The signing up of the wheat
bouquet.
home of Mrs. B. J. Cline. Those contracts has been opened for
present were Mrs. Louis Lines, all the wheat men who wish to
Lena Stanton, Minnie John, Ora sign up and receive the benefit
DOROTHY GWYNN IS
Glassner, Selma Webb, Mrs. Mc­ payments for agreeing to reduce
INITIATED INTO ORDER
Donald, Mrs. Sheeley, Mrs. Ro­
Dorothy Gwynn of Camp 8 was gers, Floy Hammack, Mrs. Johns­
initiated into the Order of Rain­ ton, Alma Sitts, Mrs. Glenn, Min­
bow at a session of Nehalem nie Malmsten, Mrs. Dübendorf,
Assembly in the Masonic hall Mrs. Segota, Mrs. Merle Cline,
Lola Nance and the hostess, Mrs.
Monday night.
Entertainment features of a B. J. Cline.
party given in Miss Gwynn’s hon­
White glass, green glass and
or following the services included MASONIC LODGES TO MEET
beautiful jade bowls.
a hilarious bag blowing contest IN CLATSKANIE SATURDAY
and vocal selections by Mary
SPECIAL
The five Masonic lodges of Co­
Kauffman, Alice Hoffman and
GREEN JADE SET-
Sara McGee, accompanied by Mrs.1 lumbia county, Rainier No. 24,
Salt and pepper shakers, II
St. Helens, No. 32, Clatskanie No.
F. D. Macpherson.
flour, sugar and
QC _ i
1 The affair was arranged by 133, Vernonia No. 184 and Scap­
dripping dish .......... vJC
Mary Kauffman, Alice Hoffman poose No. 190, will hold a joint
NEW SHIPMENT OF
|
district meeting in the new Ma­
and Dorothy Webb.
MATTRESSES
Light refreshments attractively sonic temple at Clatskanie Satur­
All Colors — All Price« n
served with Easter favors and day, March 31, at 7:30 p. m.
This occasion is held yearly at
napkins were prepared by Helen
SPECIAL
M easing, Maxine B ollinger, one or another of the Masonic
Roberta Williams and Mrs. Tom lodges in the county and’ is for
Used Console and Midget
the purpose of receiving the grand
Crawford.
radios—like new . . .
master of the grand lodge and
$22.50
others of his official cortege up­
BEREANS SURPRISE
And
up
— $1.00 DOWN,
on
his
official
visit
of
inspection,
MRS. F. CLAUDE STEPHENS
75c to $1.00 per Week.
as well as greeting fraternally
Quantity Limited
Members of the Berean class the masters and wardens of the
New Philco and Crosley bat­
of the Christian church Bible constituent lodges of the county.
tery sets . . . Also complete
school, who met at the home of j The event should prove of more
line of new electric sets.
Claude
! than usual interest this year be-
their teacher, Mrs. F. C
’
’•S a we cause of i its
+ a kninw
Yinlrl in
DAVENPORTS—
Stephens, for business Tuesday
being held
in fVlP
the
Seven davenport patterns to
choose from, mohair, velour,
tapestry, homespun, etc.
I
their wheat acreage not to ex­
ceed 20 per cent, and receive the
bnefit payments for 1934-1935
and a balance due on 1933.
They will not receive the first
payment on the 1933 crop, how­
ever.
The closing date for the wheat
sign-up has been set for the state
at April 15.
The Easter Parade
Of Food Values
A vigrous army of them have marched into our «tore
for your weekend purchasing . .
Crisp, fresh vege­
tables at new low prices. A big new variety of canned
goods at special savings, and luscious fruits. Do your
Easter marketing and saving here! Free delivery —
Twice daily, telephone 721.
Specials For Fri. & Sat.
i
Shasta Coffee 2 lbs. 54c
Vacuum Packed.
■ £
Utahna brand, 2’s—tender,
I CÍIS sweet, Utah Pack ............
r
nw
2 I OF ZjC
I
Raisins Dessert
Jell Powder Pick
Brand
.. 4 lbs. 24e
. 4 for 19c
your favorite
DOG FOOD— Special . ... 5 for
Trixie Brand.
3 for
TOMATO JUICE
H-D Brand—l’s tall.
29c
23c
PINK SALMON ............... 2 for......... 25c
Hunter’s Brand, Northern Alaska Pink, l’s tall
Crisco 3-LB. CAN ..
A Pie Tin with Cutter
FREE with each can.
Tin
17c
SARDINES ...................... 3 for
25c
CORNED BEEF
Derby Brand, l’s—“Delicious.”
Booth’s—Mustard or Tomato Ovals.
2-lb. Jar
PEANUT BUTTER
Hoody’s — 2-lb. Glass Jars.
MIXING
BOWLS
Quart Jar
SALAD AID
DURKEE'S
27c
29c
MEATS
BEEF ROAST
lb.
14c
Beef Rib Boil
lb.
9c
lb.
Fresh Ground VEAL
12c
Hamburger & Sausage 2 lbs. 25c
t
VEGETABLES
Oranges 150 Size 2 doz. 49c
Asparagus
pound
2 for
5c
2 bunches
5c
Green Onions
Radishes
lOe
Try our Easy Payment plan.
Laundry Work That Is Reliable . ..
Our work is guaranteed as reliable and absolutely safe
for your clothes. They’ll come back snowy and clean
—and nicely finished. Our prices are low—in perfect
accordance with these times.
VERNONIA LAUNDRY
And Dry Cleaning
Phoae 711
Fresh shipment of
Fishing Tackle.
WE DELIVER
PHONE 721
NEW THOR WASHER
—Just Arrived!
PATERSON
Furniture Store
Nehalem
Market & Grocery Inc.