Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, April 12, 1935, Page 2, Image 2

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    SOCIETY NEWS - CLUBS - FRATERNAL
MRS. HAWKINS ENTERTAINS
FOR BLUE JAYS
APRIL 12, 1935
VERNONIA EAGLE. VERNONIA, OREGON
PAGE TWO
MRS. MCDONALD
ENTERTAINS REBEKAHS
MRS VE1TH, MRS POETTER
ARE HONORED
Mrs. Kate McDonald entertain­
Mrs. F. H. Veith and Mrs.
In honor of the Blue Jays, girls
basketball team which had just Charlie Poetter shared honors at ed the Mountain Heart Rebekah
completed a successful season, and a large party for which Mrs. social club at her home Tuesday
as a farewell compliment to Mrs. George Johnson entertained at afternoon. Cake and jello were
F. H. Veith, a member of the her home on March 29. The served.
team, Mrs. Bert Hawkins enter-' double occasion was in the nature
Those present were Selma
tained with a banquet at her' of a farewell for Mrs. Veith who Webb, Ora Glassner, Mae Mellin­
home Thursday evening, April 4. has moved to Vancouver, and as a ger, Cecil McDonald, Ida Johnson,
Mrs. Veith was given a shower j birthday compliment to Mrs. Poet­ I Grace Sunnell, Lena Stanton,
of handkerchiefs, and messages ter. Handkerchief showers were , Erma Johnson, Luella Schaber
and Kate McDonald.
from several members who were presented to both ladies.
unable to be present were read.
MRS. WARFIELD IS HOSTESS
Following the banquet games and MRS. KOSTUR IS
a variety of fun occupied the BETTY BRITE HOSTESS
TO QUILTING PARTY
delightful evening until a late
Mrs. A. F. Kostur was hostess
hour. Guests present were Mr.
TREHARNE -(Special)- Mrs.
and Mrs. Otto Goertzen and son. to the Betty Brite circle of the Frank Warfield was hostess to
Mrs. r'. H. Veith, Mrs. Gene E. M. S. at her home in River­ a quilting party Thursday, April
5, at her home. The following
Shipman, Mrs. Frank Lane and view Tuesday afternoon.
Financial plans occupied much ladies attended:
brother Dick Lewis of Wilark,
Mesdames
Erma Thompson, Bertha Thomp­ of the business session, following I Mary Smith and son Marvin,
son, Doris Vosnick, Montana which refreshments were served. | Ione Justice and son Lonnie,
Those present were Mrs. Bert Doris Bradley, Mary Kelly, E.
French, Louise French, and Jim
Hayes of Gaston.
Bassett, Mrs. F. E. Malmsten, Graham and son, L. Kellar, Ora
Mrs. H. G. Sandon, Mrs. Ben Glassner, T. M. Engen, Ida Rig-
C. M. S. MEMBERSSHIP
S. Owens, Mrs. Ivan McCollum, imbal, Mae Winecke, Mae Hough-
Theresa
Mrs. Paul Gordon, Mrs. Sidney taling, Mildred Hult,
DIVIDED INTO GROUPS
Malmsten and Mrs. A. C. Knauss. Davis, Viola Treharne, S. Baker.
Pauline Schmidlin and daughters,
At the regular meeting of the
’
A. J. Kirk B. Tisdale, R. Tiche-
missionary society of the Christian; EEGIONAIRES HOLD
nor,
Dorothy
Britton,
Nellie
church for which Mrs. L. L. Wells | JOINT MEETING
Thacker, Laura Thacker, H. E.
was hostess at her home last j
Friday afternoon, the member-1 Members of Vernonia post, Am- John, Pearl Holcomb, Miss Mar­
ship was divided into two groups,, erican Legion and of the Legion ion Houghtaling, Beryl Smith and
each of which will hold additional1 auxiliary met in joint session in I Zoe Miller.
A pot luck lunch was served
meetings every month.
I the Legion hall Tuesday night to
One group under the leadership 1 discuss matters mutual interest j at noon.
of Mrs. Frank Lange will meet ‘and to enjoy a social time’
EVANGELICAL C. E.’S
next Wednesday at the home of! J- L Timmons was appointedI
Mrs. Ernest Henderson, the other, I as chairman of the ambulance j ENTERTAIN CHRISTIAN C.E’S.
led by Mrs. Harry Woodruff, will committee to fill the vacancy I
With members of the Chris­
meet also on Wednesday at the !left bV the resignation of F. M. I
tian Endeavor society of the
home of Mrs. George Boerner. I Ruhl.
Christian church as their guests,
Mrs. Wells presided over the I Members of the Legion served
the young people of the Evan­
business meeting in the absence I refreshments, which proved to be
gelical church entertained with a
of both president and vice pres- ! a delightful innovation,
party in the Evangelical social
ident. Mrs. Harry Woodruff led |-----------------------------------
the devotional service speaking MRS. DEWEY ENTERTAINS
on “Working with God and with FOR MISS BOLTON
•one another.”
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Mrs. Frank Lange had charge
Mrs. L. H. Dewey entertained
of the program which included at dinner Saturday evening for
the following papers: “Son of Enid Bolton of Canby. Other
Two Acres”, bv Mrs. Louis Lara- guests were Elma White and
more the third installment of Charlotte Hilts.
“Sugvara San Speaks”, by Mrs.
Woodruff. “Power of the Eleven”, NEHALEM CLUB
by Mrs. Otto Michener, and “The MEETS AT MRS. DEWEY’S
Christian Okusams”, by Mrs.
Harrv Culbertson.
The Nehalem club was enter­
Refreshments were served bv tained by Mrs. Albert Childs and
the hostess during a pleasant Mrs. L. H. Dewey at the latter’s
home Wednesday afternoon. An
social hour.
I Easter motif was carried out in
«the refreshments.
RAINBOW ADVISOR
hall last Friday night.
evening for sewing and refresh­
The jolly party was planned ments.
in the nature of a college track
On Wednesday of this week
meet. Pennants were given to Elma White and Charlotte Hilts
the guests as they arrived in­ entertained. Their guests included
dicating at which college they Mrs. Ivan N. McColIom, Mrs.
were to register. Yell leaders Enoch Dumas, Mrs. Paul Gordon,
were appointed and each college Mary Erickson, Ruth Holaday,
produced clever organized root­ Marjorie Gray, Mabel Anderson
ing during the contest.
and Grace White.
Official score keepers kept an
accurate record of points made THELMA DRAKE AND
in 14 humorous athletic events K. H. CLIFF MARRY
as scheduled. Between halves an
hilarious serpentine wes formed.
Miss Thelma Drake, teacher of
Tin “loving cups” were pre­ | commercial subjets in the Ver­
sented to Dumbell College which nonia high school, and K. H.
won first place, and to Doo-Little Cliff, proprietor of the Portland-
college, which won second place. Vernonia stage line, announced
The other schools participating this week their recent marriage.
were Hardnox Academy and Wise­
The couple plan to reside in
folks University.
Vernonia.
As is the custom of the Endea-
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vir society the party was closed
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Willard
with songs, and a word of prayer from Forest Grove moved to
by C. R. Pritchard, minister f Vernonia
last Thursday.
Mr.
the Christian church.
Willard runs the Journal route
Thelma Lincoln was in charge from Forest Grove to Vernonia.
of refreshments and
Zonweiss
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Schaffer
Douglass arranged the entertain­
and Charles Hayes of Portland
ment.
visited at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Van Doren Sunday.
FACULTY WOMEN
Enid Bolton, teacher in the
ENTERTAIN
Canby high school, formerly a
The ladies of the faculties of member of the Vernonia high
the Vernonia high and grade school faculty, visited Elma White
schools with the wives of teach­ and Charlotte Hilts over the
ers have been enjoying a series week end.
of informal social affairs during
Ruth Holaday spent the week
the year, meeting each Wednesday end at her home in Scappoose.
DANCE
ARCADIA PARK
Saturday, April 13
Featuring
AL TABOR AND HIS FAMOUS
RED PEPPERS DANCE ORCHESTRA
ANNOUNCES RESIGNATION
Mrs. L. H. Dewey who has been
mother advisor to Nehalem assem­
bly, Order of Rainbow for the
past two and a quarter years, an­
nounced her resignation at the
regular assembly meeting Mon­
day evening. Her successor is Mrs.
F. D Macpherson, who has been
greatly interested in Rainbow
work, and who was advisor to
Nehalem assembly a number of
years ago.
Members of Nehalem assembly
attended the regular services of
the Christian church in a body
on the previous evening,
C. R. Pritchard, pastor of the
church, preached the sermon. Bert
Mills presented a piano solo of
his own composition as a special
number during the musical ser­
vice.
Guaranteed!
The government is behind
every deposit you have—
up to $5000. That is the I
finest guarantee
world—as
in
certain
as
the
the
very existence of our gov­
ernment!
Make
your
de­
they
are guaranteed, by
Federal Deposit Insurance.
“THE ROLL OF
HONOR BANK"
BFRN1CF ROSE
HONOR GUEST
For the pleasure of Bernice
Ro e cn her birthday, Mrs. E. E.
Ga-ner entertained at a dinner
party Sunday.
Guests included Dorothy «Iver­
son. Melvin Rose, Oren Weed,
Mr and Mrs. L, H. Dewey and
son Donald.
495
The Forest Grove
NATIONAL BANK
J. A. Thornburgh, President
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