Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, January 11, 1935, Page 3, Image 3

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    FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1935.
Caught in
The Rounds
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Armitage
went to Portland Sunday to
visit Mr. Armitage’s sister Ellen
Armitage, who is recovering
from a serious operation in St.
Vincents hospital. Miss Armi­
tage has often visited here.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Humphreys
of Portland visited Friday, Satur­
day and Sunday at the home of
the former’s uncle, W. J. Armi­
tage. Mr. Humphreys is a stu­
dent at the U. of O. medical
school.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hankins
and Miss Lois Richmond of Tim­
ber spent Tuesday evening at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. N.
Rundell.
The Columbia County associa­
tion of I. O. 0. F. lodges met at
St. Helens Friday night, Jan. 4.
A very entertaining program was
given by the McBride school.
Those attending from Vernonia
were Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Spen­
cer, Mrs. Beulah Baslington and
Calvin Plummer.
Vernonia Juvenile grange will
meet at 8 o’clock Saturday night
at the home of Mrs. Otto Mich-
ener, 256 North street. All mem­
bers are urged to attend as in­
stallation of officers for the en­
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suing year will take place.
Mike Hanon and daughter.
Ruby Smith, and her son Irvin
Smith visited with Mr. Hanon’s
daughter, Mrs. A. G. Hardesty,
in Seaside last week end. Mr.
Hanon attended the meeting of
his lodge, Maple chapter, Seaside
O. E. S., and reported that 90
members were in attendance. It
was a very lively meeting, he
said.
Beverly June Bateman, dau­
ghter of O. T. Bateman, left for
Portland Sunday after spending
the Christmas holidays at the
home of Mrs Enola Williams.
B. J. Cline is back at work
after an attack of flu.
Merle Cline, who is recuper­
ating from an attack of pneu­
monia, is back at his home this
week and getting along nicely.
Mrs. H. E. McGraw and chil­
dren spent the week end in
Banks with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Walker.
Mrs. A. C. Knauss and E.
E. Malmsten went to Portland
Monday for a routine consulta­
tion with Mr. Malmsten’s physi­
cian.
The condition of Mrs. Louis
Boeck, who has been ill, has
been very grave during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morey,
recently from Canada, were
guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Watts. They left
Sunday for McMinnville where
they are located temporarily.
the week end at the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gill and
baby spent Sunday at the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ritz of Vernonia.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Robbins
Mr. and Mrs. James Burke
spent several days last week at were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
the home of Jay Burtraw of Elder Saturday.
Soul’s hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Justice
Glad to state that Merle Cline of Treharne and Mr. and Mrs.
is again at home, to the delight Tom Turner were guests of Mr.
of his many friends.
and Mrs. Riley Hall Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Miller and
Friends of Levi White, who is
brother of Ryderwood, Wash., in the Veterans’ hospital, will be
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. glad to know that he is able to
Bert Hawkins Sunday.
be up part time now.
Mrs. Albert Nelson had as her
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Carlson
guest Sunday Miss Roberta Gal-| spent the week end at their home
loway.
in St. Helens.
Mrs. Frank Hankle had as her
Mr. and Mrs. Vance Suther­
land of Vernonia were guests of guests Thursday Mrs. F. Petty,
Mr. and Mrs. Shorty Monico on Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Graham, Mrs.
Hudson and Mrs. Christian of
Sunday.
Otto Norduft and Miss Mall- Vernonia.
Mrs. I. F. Christiansen of Bux­
deena Hannegan of Oregon City
spent Sunday at the home of ton came Saturday for a two
Mrs. Harold Parker and on their weeks visit with her sons Chas.,
return home were accompanied Mike and George Christiansen.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hawkins
by Mrs. Albert Hannegan and
son, who have visited Mrs. Har­ are spending a few weeks at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Sera­
old Parker for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lynch were fin at Wilark.
Mrs. Edith Varley had as her
Forest Grove visitors Thursday.
Mrs. Delbert Glen was on the guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W.
M. Wallace and son Jerry of
sick list this week.
Tommy Hall of Reedsport spent Forest Grove, and Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Hilliker of Buxton.
Friends of Mrs. Bud Robbins
This week their daughters, Clydie
and Caroline Morey are guests gave her a surprise party Tues­
day at the home of Mrs. Bert
at the Watts’ home.
Riverview
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Miss Anna DeVaney of Port­
land and Vern MacDonald of
Honalula were visitors at the
J. O. DeVaney hoipe Friday.
Miss Bernice Reed, who has
been spending a few days with
her parents, left for Portland
Thursday.
Matt King of Riverview and
Mr. Mathews of Portland were
visitors at the Lindsay honiv Sun­
day.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. DeWitt
and family and Mrs. Frank Mor­
ris and children were visitors at
the L. O. Gillham home Satur­
day, where they had a birthday
dinner in honor of Mrs. Gillham
and Mrs. DeWitt.
Mrs. Lloyd Cummings and
daughter Betty visited in Verno­
nia Monday evening.
Hawkins in honor of her birth­
day. Many present were received.
Refreshments were served to a
large number of neighbors and
friends in attendance.
Mr. and Mrs. Spurgen Golden
w're guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
Elder Wednesday.
Billy Bassett, who is stationed
at Reedsport, spent the week end
at the home of his parents, Mr,
and Mrs. A. L. Bassett.
Billy Bassett was the dinner
guest of Tommy Hall Sunday.
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