Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, April 27, 1934, Page 5, Image 5

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    FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1934.
PAGE FIVE
VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNONIA, OREGON
I SOCIETY NEWS ■ CLUBS • FRATERNAL [
is improving nicely and expects MRS. JUSTICE ENTERTAINS
to be able to leave the hospital QUILTING PARTY
SOOB.
Mrs. L. L. Wells and Mrs. J.
Mrs. Chas. Justice of Treharne
F. Rose were joint hostesses at EXTENSION GROUP TO
entertained a quilting party at
the home of Mrs. Rose Wednes­ MEET TUESDAY
her home last Friday. A pot luck
day afternoon to compliment Miss
dinner was enjoyed at noon.
Lenora
Beck, sister of Mrs.
The third and last meeting of
Those present were Mrs. Ora
Wells, who leaves Saturday for the project in Economy Dress­ Glassner, Mrs. Laura Thacker,
her home in Estacada after making conducted by the home Mrs. Nellie Thacker, Mrs. May
being with Mrs. Wells since last economics extension unit will be Wernecke, Mrs. Hoteling, Mrs.
November. She will be married held in the Vernonia high school Dorothy Britten, Mrs. Floy Smith,
to William Shearer, son of Mr. Tuesday, May 1, at 2 p.m.
Mrs. Maxine Smejkal, Mrs. Mary
The project has dealt with col­ Belongia,
and Mrs. Edwin Shearer, of
Miss Smith, Betty
or as it is related to the indivi­ Schram, Mary and Ira Kelly and
Estacada in the early fall.
Miss Beck received many beau­ dual, line and design for differ­ Millie Merrill.
tiful gifts, and was entertained ent types with individual plans
with a mock wedding.
Mrs. for a costume, and the construc­
Rose was groom and Mrs. O. W. tion of this dress at the meeting
Meyers was bride. Thy were held in March.
The meeting on Friday will be
married by Mrs. F. C. Stephens.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. John and
Mrs. J. H. Stubbs as best man, to check up on the dresses made
and Mrs. Olive Powell as maid the previous meeting and to make family made a business trip to
of honor atended, while Mrs. final reports on other projects Portland one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Dooley
Wells wept many tears as mother of the year. Plans for Home­
of the bride. Mrs. W. O. Porter­ makers’ day in St. Helens May and children from Jewell were
field tripped daintly ahead of the 4 will also be made at this meet­ Sunday guests of Mr. ana Mrs.
procession
scattering flowers, ing. Mrs. Sarah V. Case, home L. L. Crawford.
while Mrs. E. W. Henderson play­ demonstration agent will be in
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Smith and
ed “She’e Coming Round the charge.
son motored to Portland Sunday.
Mountain.”
Joe Davis has purchased a Ford
sedan.
Those present besides the host­ LOYAL WOMEN TO HAVE
SILVER
TEA
esses were Mrs. J. T. Brady, Mrs.
Russell Davis called at the
Nola Brady, Mrs. Skinner, Mrs.
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
The
Loyal
Women
of
the
Stubbs, Mrs. Henderson, Mrs.
A. Stanton.
G. W. Laird, Mrs. Ethel Ray, Christian Church will have a
Carl Biggs of Riverview had
Mrs. Otto Michener, Mrs. Phillip silver tea in the church parlor trouble with his car out near
Wednesday
May
2,
from
2
to
4
Millis, Mrs. Porterfield, Mrs.
Beaver Creek road. He had the
Blum, Mrs. J. A. McDonald, Mrs. p.m. All members of the church wrecker take him in to Vernonia
are
urged
to
come
and
bring
a
Powell, Mrs. Meyers, Mrs. Ste­
Saturday.
phens, Mrs. Cora Lange, Mrs. A. friend. The public is invited as
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Smith
J. Sitts and Miss Beck. Mrs. A. well.
and children from Vernonia call­
L. Austin and Doris Lindgren
ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
sent gifts but were not able to MRS. FOUST GIVES BIRTHDAY H. Smith.
PARTY
FOR
HUSBAND
attend.
R. Treharne, Chevrolet dealer,
was here taking out parties for
RIVERVIEW
-
(Special
-
Mrs.
GRACE CARMICHAEL,
G. W. Foust gave a surprise party a drive.
VICTOR BERG WED
Frank Hartwick’s truck is haul­
Saturday afternoon for Mr. Foust,
ing cedar logs out to the shingle
whose
birthday
occurred
Sun
­
Miss Grace Carmichael, daugh­
mill at Sunset.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Car­ day.
O. Hyland and Chas. Justice
Those
present
were
Mr.
and
michael of Natal and Victor
are working at the rock crusher.
Mrs.
E.
Larson,
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Berg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Gravel trucks are hauling to Ver-1
Berg of Birkenfeld, were quietly Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry nonia.
King,
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Harvey
Heath,
married in St. Helens Monday,
Mr. and Mrs. Shamburg and I
April 23, at the Methodist parson­ Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cameron, Mrs. family have moved on the Purvis
W.
O.
Porterfield,
Mrs.
Eggle
­
age by the Rev. John A. Linn.
ston, Fred Zeiner.
Many pre­ place up Beaver creek.
Those attending were the* 1 sents were received.
Pleasant Hi 18 school pupils took
bride’s parents, Alton Berg, bro-,
part in the track meet Friaay at
ther of the groom, and the bride’s LEGION MEETING TUESDAY
Vernonia.
small brother Johnnie.
| IS WELL ATTENDED
Mrs. Chas. Justice was hostess
After the ceremony the newly I
for a quilting party at her home
weds left on a trip to Portland | The meeting of the Legion was on Friday.
and points south.
Some young men from Birken­
well attended Tuesday night. It
was decided to hold a dance later feld had an auto accident out at
MISS HOLADAY ENTERTAINS on. Membership of the local post Treharne Friday noon. Their car
GROUP OF YOUNG FOLKS
was completely wrecked. One man
is being rapidly increased.
Something that should be of got his face cut by broken glass.
Miss Ruth Holaday entertained interest to the exservice man is They removed the car on Sunday.
a group of young folks of Kea- the fact that the Legion Auxil­
sey at a party Saturday evening, iary are going to hold a joint to visit Mr. Hayes in St. Vincents
April 14. Various games were meeting with the Legion and fur­ hospital on the following Wed­
played. One of the features of nish a big feed, May 8.
nesday.
the evening was a song dedicated
Although Mr. Hayes is 76
There is a plan on foot to
to the party and played by the have a gathering of all new mem­ years old and received a broken
Oregon Grill orchestra. Those bers and the old timers in a month leg, a broken arm and severe
present were Claribel, Annabel, or so.
scalp injuries, he is recovering
and Vernon Lindsley, Anna, Dar­
nicely.
rell, and Ralph DeVaney, Lloyd Relative of Van Doreni
T
and Warren Gillham, Ted DeWitt,
Badly Injured by
Betty Cummings and Mr. and
Hit and Run Driver
Mrs. Lloyd Cummings.
Richard Hayes of Portland,,
DANCE TO BE GIVEN
who has many friends in Verno­
AT NATAL TOMORROW
nia where he spends his summers
on his ranch with his sister and
NATAL - (Special) - The ladies’ brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C.
dance committee will give a C. VanDoren, was knocked down
dance at the Natal hall tomor­ and badly injured by a hit and
row night. A new orchestra, the ru driver at Seventh and Burn­
Astoria Buckaroos, will furnish side Monday of last week.
the music and refreshments will
Mrs. J. L. Timmons took Mr.
be served.
and Mrs. VanDoren to Portland
MISS LENORA BECK
IS COMPLIMENTED
Treharne
PYTHIAN SISTERS PLAN
FOR JOINT SOCIAL
Pythian Sisters will join the
Knights of Pythias for a pot-,
luck dinner and social evening '
on May 14 according to plans
made at the regular meeting of
Vernonia temple Wednesday
night.
Word received from the past |
chief, Mrs. James Nanson of As1}
toria, who is recovering from a |
serious operation, stated that she
DANCE at
ARCADIA PARK
The Open
Forum - -
Head of American Bankers
(Continued from Page 4)
Association Assures Presi­
lot of people who are in need of
dent of Confidence and
part time employment and, where­
Desire to Cooperate
as a subsistence homesteed will
Among Bankers
only provide part living expenses,
the dumping of outside unfor­
WASHINGTON, D. C.—President tunate will be direct competi­
* Roosevelt in his address before tion with the needy of our
the NRA conference here on March county and also an added burden
5 announced that he had received on the taxpayers.
I favor subsistence homesteads
the following telegram from Francis
M. Law, President of the American for the people of Columbia county
who have veen bona fide resi­
Bankers Association:
dents for one or more years,
“On this your first anniversary
but I am absolutely opposed to
please allow me in behalf of the any dumping colony in Columbia
country’s banks to express our full county.
confidence and our sincere desire to
I believe that every organiza­
cooperate in your courageous efforts tion that is interested in the wel­
to bring about recovery.*“ The fare and prosperity of the people
banking structure of the country is of our county should send letters
sound and liquid and banks have or resolutions to the Oregon
never been in stronger position to State college and the Bureau
of Labor opposing ths dumping
function effectively. Conditions have
of unfortunate people in Colum­
improved to the point where it is no
bia county.
longer necessary for banks to be
0. Henry Oleen
super-liquid.“* There is a definite
call now for banks, not to extend
loose credits or to make improper
loans, but for a most sympathetic
attitude toward legitimate credit
needs and for a recognition of re­
sponsibility for their proper and
vital part in the program of re­
covery."
The Soundness of Banking
In an address before a recent
trust conference of the association's
Trust Division in New York, Mr.
Law said:
"A depression cannot long survive
a sound banking structure If the
banking structure is responsive to
legitimate needs and functions in a
way that is virile and alive. The
moBt cheering fact of the present
situation is the knowledge that our
banks are In strong position.
"Recovery, even to the most pes­
simistic, is no longer a myth or a
rumor, nor is ft merely psycholog­
ical. Abundant evidence and proof
lie on every hand—tangible proof.
With a return of confidence the
wheels have begun to go round and a
great many well managed busi­
nesses may look for a profit during
this calendar year with fair assur­
ance at least. For what has been
achieved let us thank the President,
who has labored with courage and
patience and vision. Let us thank
the Congress, whose members dur­
ing the emergency have put the pub­
lic welfare above partisanship. Let
us thank one hundred twenty-five
million of our own citizens who
have refused to be stampeded, but
rather who have kept alive the
divine spark of faith and hope.
Admission:
Women 25c — Men 35c
Guaranteed!
'
The government is behind
every deposit you have—
up to $2500. That is the
finest
guarantee
world—as
certain
in
the
as
the
very existence of our gov- I
ernment!
Make
your
de­
posits with confidence —
Cause for Confidence
“We may reasonably expect that
the recent action of the government
in stabilizing the dollar will have a
marked tendency to encourage In­
dustrial and other business commit­
ments. Business men need not be so
they are guaranteed, by
Federal Deposit Insurance.
“THE ROLL OF
HONOR BANK”
The Forest Grove
NATIONAL BANK
RE-ELECT
'
|
J. A. Thornburgh, President
R. G. Thornburgh, Cashier
Howard K.
ZIMMERMAN
CIRCUIT
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“Much has been said about the
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banks for the most part have not
been lending normally, nor should
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