Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, December 27, 1935, Page 4, Image 4

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    PAGK FOUR
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1935.
VERNONIA, COLUMBIA COUNTY, OREGON,
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and Family spent Christmas day ! cently returned from a cruise
with relatives in Portland.
■ with the the U. S. fleet. Fran-
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. D. ' ces Morton who hsa been ser­
MacPherson on Christmas day iously ill since last summer has
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— —==■ were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lindley I been home from St. Vincents
MRS. EBY ENTERTAINS
hospital for a little over a week
I
be of some help to you wTe are and family of Portland.
and is able to be up each day.
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AT CHRISTMAS PARTY
Your Ministers(Servants)
Mr.
and
Mrs.
R.
D.
Cady
and
I
daughter Bonnigene motored ov­ | She is recovering rapidly.
t
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Mrs. Roland D. Eby enter-1
er from Portland to spend j
Pheobe Greenman of Hillsboro,
tained at a Christmas party in
Christmas at the home of Mr. and Hale Greenman of Longview
the grange ..al!
hall Monday after-'
and Mrs. L. H. Dewey. Zella spent Christmas at th homee of
noon for the p.easure of the;
Cady, who has been visiting at Greenman.
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
members of i.«r dancing classes, 1
the Dewey home for several I
Mrs. J. A. Holtham returned
their mothers, and guests.
Harvey R. Scheuerman, Minister, Bonnie Buffmire and Maxine weeks is remaining here.
¡Friday from her trip to Ver-
A program of songs and dances |
Taylor were in Portland Monday.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jac*c,morit, where she visited relatives
began the festivities. Jimmie Fra-1 9.45 a. m church school. Mrs.
Miss Nan Crary of the high Nance for Christmas dinner were for several weeks.
zee sang “Shipmates Forever,” ,
E
Garner superintendent. school faculty is spending the Miss Deryl Lyons, Ben Cline |
Grant Layer was taken to St.
Joy Willard played a piano solo, Last session of the old year. Be holidays at her home in Echo, and Ribert Cline.
I
Vincents
hospital Wednesday be-
“Roll on Covered Wagon,’’ Geor- on tjme-
Oregon.
Mrs. Ben Cline is still in
cause of illness, Mrs. Layer is
gie Mills, Joy Willard and Pat­
Portland
with
her
father,
J.
W.
Dorothy
Gwin
was
not
able
to
11 00 a- m- Morning worship,
ricia Moran presented the “Sail-!
with him.
i work at the Miller Mercantile Howell,' who is a patient in St.
or’s dance.” Patricia Moran sang Reminiscence’ is the subject.
Ed Frazee had charge of the
Vincents
hospital.
His
condition
store
yesterday
because
of
illness.
“Sant Claus Express.” A dance Spec,al mU81c’
Paterson Furniture store yester- .
Eric Carlson of Everett, Wash, remains the’ same.
“O Where „
_ „„„
is My ____
Little
Dog’
6:30 p. m. E. L. C. E. Topic:
The E. E. Garner home was day during the absence of Ken­
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. Mac­
Gone” was given by Darrel Rob- j ■ “My Hopes for the New Year.”
the scene of a large family re­ neth White.
Donald.
erts and Donald Dewey. Donald i 7:30 p, m. The regular Sun-
Betty Culver, former Vernon­ union on Christmas day at which
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Cason have
also presented a solo dance. , ' day evening service will be con­
ia resident, is now cashier in Mrs. Catherine Van Blaricom, purchased a 1936 Plymouth se­
“When I Grow Up” was a song ducted.
and
a
number
of
her
children,
the Jolly Joan restuarant in Port-
dan. Mrs. Cason drove it out from
and dance number in which Jon-
grand children, great grandchild­ Portland yesterday morning.
Tuesday evening there vzill be land.
nibel Hatfield, Ruthie Tackett,)
a “Watch Night” service in the
Mrs. D. MacDonald was in ren and great great grand child-
Dorothy Austin, Eloise Garner,
{ Church. Games, refreshments and Portland last week end visiting I ren were present, coming from
Margaret Fisher and Jimmie Fra­
St. Helens and Newberg.
spiritual food will be included her daughter Margaret.
zee took part. Mrs. J. C. Moran
The home of Mr. and Mrs.
Margaret MacDonald and Les­
, in the program of the evening.
played the piano accompaniments.
I Young people and adults spec­ ter Thomas of Portland spent C. C. Van Doren was the scene
Prizes were presented to the
ially invited to this last service Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. of a family- reunion on Christ-|
winners of a group of jolly games I
mas day. Among those present |
D. MacDonald here.
of the old year.
in which all of the children and
S. V. Malmsten from camp were Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Van
adults participated.
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CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Nehalem, near Foss, is spending Doren and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Tiie girls members of the class
the holidays at his home here. ! Henges of Vancouver, Washing- I
The Livingstones: Pastors
W inter ’ s slush and snow bring
looked charming wearing huge
Doris Phelps of Vancouver, ton, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Mellin- i
wet feet and weaketied reais*
red and silver maline hair bows.
ger and baby and Mr. and Mrs.!
tanee to germa. To help protect
Bible school at 9:45. Good Wash., is visiting friends here
Candy canes were given to all.
yourself against winter sick­
J. L. Timmons of Vernonia.
teachers, a place for every age. this week.
nesses, your body should have
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Culbert-1
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Ralph
Reynolds
an abundance of vitamin A. Sci­
Communion service, cunducted by
STUDY CLUB HAS
are spending Christmas in Y'ak- son and family spent Christmas I
entists have discovered that this
the Elders and Deasons,
CHRISTMAS PROGRAM
vitamin helps you ward off in­
with
relatives
in
Clatskanie.
ima,
Wash.
New Year’s sermon by Mrs. W.
fection in general.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Eastman
Margaret
Salomonsen,
Daisy
A program of Christmas lore O. Livingstone at 11 o’clock
A pleasant, sure way to fortify
MacDonald and Clarence Pollock and J. C. Eastman of Buxton
your system with vitamin A is
and stories was presented at a
The two C. E. meetings ot 6:- of .Portland attended a dance in arrived Tuesday to spend the
provided by M c K esson ’ s V ita ­
meeting of the Study club for 30 and the evening, song and
min C oncentrate T ablets or
Christmas holidays at the A. F
Clatskanie Saturday.
en-
which Mrs. A. J. Hughes
C od L iver O il . These delicious
worship service, together with
V erna Ray is home for the Kostur home. Mrs. Kostur is the
chocolate-coated tablets also
tertained on the afternoon of sermon by Mrs. Livingstone at
holidays. She teaches at Powers, I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. East­
furnish vitamin D — with its
December 19.
7:30 The public is cordially in- Oregon.
man.
extra “sunshine” values. Each
Mrs. Ben Bennett told of the vited to all of these services.
tablet contains one grain of di­
A reunion of the S. A. Mor­
Henry Kauppi and Halmie
origin of Christmas. Christmas
calcium phosphate.
Kauppi, who teach in Grant ton family was a delightful oc­
Each tablet brings you all the
stories were read by the follow­
AN ANNOUNCEMENT
county, are visiting their parents casion of the Christmas holidays.
vitamins in one teaspoonful of
ing: M.S. E. R. Estey, Mrs. Enoch
From out of town were Mr. and i
Cod Liver Oil, U.S.P.X. (revised
On taking over the work as here.
Dumas. Mrs. H. M. Bigelow^.Mrs.
1931). Get the handy bottle at
Mr. and Mrs. E. Salomonsen Mrs. Elmore Wulf and family of |
ministers Of the Christian church
your druggist’s. $1 for 100
Paul Gordon and Mrs. H. G.
ond daughter Margaret spent I Forest Grove and Mr. and Mrs.!
of
this
city
we
not
only
covet
M c K esson ’ s V itamin C oncen ­
Sandon.
Delmar Morton. Delmar is a mem- 1
Christmas in Astoria.
trate T ablets .
The annual birthday luncheon he cooperation and prayers of the
Judge and Mrs. C. F. Hieber , ber of the marines and has re-
of the club will be an event of people -of this church, but to
spent Christmas in Portland with
January 9 at the home of Mrs. them and the entire community,
regardless of church affiliations, their daughter and son in law,
Judd Greenman.
we offer our services, at all Mr. and Mrs. D. F. DeCew.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth White
times
and in any and every way
FRIENDSHIP CIRCLE
were called to Forest Grove Wed­
can
possibly
render
where
we
CELEBRATES CHRISTMAS
aid; whether personal, domestic, nesday by the death of Mrs.
spiritual
or otherwise, if our help White’s mother, Mrs. Hobin.
The annual Christmas party of
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Armitage
the Friendship Circle was a is needed we trust you will feel
were in Portland Wednesday and
free
to
call
upon
us.
This
ap-
pleasant occasion of December
Thursday because of the critical
19 at the home of Mrs. A. F. plies to all, within and without
the church, and to the commun- illness of Mr. Armitage’s sister,
Kostur.
Ellen Armitage.
A pot luck luncheon preceded ity at large. Trusting that we may
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Thompson
the exchange of gifts and an in­
SOCIETY NEWS ■ CLUBS - FRATEftVkL
BE PREPARED
FOR THE ASSAULTS
OF WINTER
formal social afternoon.
Members present were Mrs.
C. I. Anderson, Mrs. A. L. Bas-
sett, Mrs. E. S. Thompson, Mrs.
Philip Millis. Mrs. Sidney Malm-
sten. Mrs. Harvey Crume, Mrs.
Ida Henry, Mrs. George Lever-
ich and Mrs. Kostur, the hostess.
QUEEN OF HEARTS MEMBERS
EKCHANGE GIFTS
Well
"Wishes
I LODGES
A. F.
I
Crawford Motor Co
Authorized
A- M.
Vernonia Lodge No. 184
A. F. & A. M. meets
at
Masonic
Temple,
Stated
Communication
First Thursday of each
month.
Special
called
meetings on all other Thurs-
day nights, 7:30 p. m. Visitors
most cordially welcome.
Glen F. Hawkins, W. M.
1. D. Macpherson, Sec.
Ford
Dealers
Vernonia, Oregon
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A Christmas party featuring I
the exchange of gifts was enjoy­ i
I
ed by members of the Queen of
Hearts club at the home of Mrs.
William Heath on the afternoon |
of December 19.
Order of Eastern Star
Mrs. R. D. Eby held high score I Nehalem Chapter 153, O. E. S.
at bridge and Mrs. Ben Brickel
Regular commu­
first
nication
second high. The nine members of
ind third Wed-
the club were present.
nesdays of each
month, at Ma
Christmas day guests of Dr.
sonic
Temple. i
All visiting sis- j
and Mrs. H. M. Bigelow were
ters and broth- I
Mrs. Bigelow’s parents, Mr. and
ers welcome.
Mrs. M. E. Levecke of Clatskan­
Mrs. Oscar George, W. M.
ie.
Leona McGraw, Sec.
SPECIAL SERVICE FAMILY WASH
We do all flat work through the new roller mangle.
Flannel, bath towels and underwear through dry tumb­
ler. dry and fluffy (smooth)
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Armitage
Drug Co
Next to Post Office
Vernonia Oregon
We
week.
when
chine,
guarantee shirt collars will stay pressed for a
Shirt neck sizes when received will be the same
returned. Try our new special shirt pressing ma-
and you’ll be satisfied.
DRY CLEANING
i
We < clean every
_ day
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_ ________
but Saturday.
If in at 9 a. m.
will be returned the same day.
Vernonia Laundry
and Dry Cleaners
Phone 711