Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, March 20, 1936, Page 5, Image 5

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    FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1936.
VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNONIA. OREGON
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brown and “This Jesus—as King” will serve
familj’ of St. Helens were guests as the sermon subject.
of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Myers Sun­
6:30 p. m. E. L. C. E. Discus­
day.
sion topic: “How Jesus Gave
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Aubrey and Himself for Us” Milton Scheuer­
Minnie Middlebrook were Port­ man leader.
Mrs. J. I. Robbins and Mrs. C. land visitors Monday.
Gospel song service with “Our
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Simmons Covenant” as the pastor’s subject
Biggs are on the sick list this
are the owners of a new Ford ; for the evening.
week.
I
Tuesday 2 p. m. the Martha
C. R. Fowler and Mrs. C. C. V-8.
; circle meets with Mrs. H. R.
Fowler and son Larry spent the
Scheuerman as the hostess.
week end in Waldport visiting
Wednesday at 7:30 the mid
Mrs. C. R. Fowler and Mrs. Lee
I week service with prayer and
Hall.
I Bible study.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lynch and
I Thursday at 6:30 a “Father
Margaret Haiman, Bessie Bell,
| and Son” banquet will be served
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Glenn and
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
j in the recreation hall of the
daughter Betty, Mr. and Mrs.
I church. Professor Matthews of
The Livinstoncs, Ministers
Kenneth Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Don
A. M. Services: Bible school at ' Willamette university will be the
Poetter of Chester, Idaho, Mild­
I special speaker. Men bring your
red and Buster Woods of Camp 9:45, under the leadership of Mrs.
| sons. 50c per plate.
James
Monger;
you
Will
enjoy
8, spent Sunday at Seaside.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brown and the fellowship and efficiency of
family of St. Helens, spent Sun­ the church school.
11:00 the Communion service,
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
conducted by the Elders anil Dea­
Otto Carlson.
W. O. Galloway, who is in the
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hilliker cons; following this the morning
real estate business in Hillsboro,
were Portland visitors Friday and sermon will be given especially
was a business visitor here Tues­
while there Mr. Hilliker played in dedicated to children; an “Object
Sermon” will be given, subject, day. Mr. Galloway was the organ­
an orchestra over K.W.J.J.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry McMullen "The Message of the Tree.” A izer and a former president of
spent Sunday at the home of beautiful special will be given at the Bank of Vernonia.
C. S. Hoffman, who returned
Mr. and Mrs. Dave McMullen at this service. The entire Bible
school will remain for the morn­ from a Portland hospital nearly
Natal.
two weeks ago, is recovering
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Crowder ing service.
and daughter were Portland visit­ . P. M. Services: The Christian nicely. He has been able to be
Endeavor societies will meet at in his hardware store for a while
ors Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Farnstrom 6:30, the Intermediate society will for several days this week.
Mrs. Tom Crawford, Mrs. R.
have purchased a lot from Andy hold joint service with the Soc­
iety of the Evangelical church; A. Simmons and Ruth Holaday
Parker in Riverview.
Mr .and Mrs. Jack Christian­ 7:30 Song Service and evening accompanied Mrs. Oscar George
sen and son Harold and W. E. preaching. Sermon subject: “The when she returned to her home
in Longview Sunday, Miss Hola­
Davis of Wilark, spent the week Child and the Kingdom.”
Prayer meeting at 7:30 every day visited at the home of her
end in Portland among relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Strong Wednesday evening; analysis of sister Mrs. M. D. Cole, whose
of Vernonia were Sunday guests the lesson given on chart. You son Donald is improving follow­
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. are cordially invited to come and ing pneumonia.
Mrs.
Judd
Greenman,
her
worship with us.
Robert Hilliker.
_______ *_______
daughter Pheobe Greenman and
Mrs. C. N. Rundell returned
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
a group of friends attended the
home Sunday after spending a
Harvey R. Scheuerman, Minister performance of Lohengrin in
week with her daughter Mrs.
9:30 a. m. Church School. Mrs. Portland last week.
Emery George of Portland.
Nehalem Assembly, Order of
Mr. C. J. Vond and daughter Alta John superintendent.
11:00 a. m. Morning Worship Rainbow for girls, will hold a
of Raymond, Washington spent
Ki ver vie tv
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the week end here among rela­
tives.
Mrs. Charles Marston was a
Portland visitor Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Deamer of
Portland and Mrs. Spurge Gold­
en and baby spent Saturday at
the home of Mrs. John Elder.
Mr. and Mrs. Chet Anderson of
Glenwood spent the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Anderson.
Billy Bassett was a dinner
guest of Tommy Hall Sunday.
Mrs. Charles Ratkie and baby
of Everett, Washington visited
Mrs. A. D. Lolly Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rainey and
son James who have been livftig
near Conroe, Texas for "thè past
year returned to their home in
Riverview Sunday night.
Mrs. J. L. Rowland of Hesson,
Washington, came Tuesday to be
at the bedside of her sister, Mrs.
Lee Bowers, who is very ill.
Mrs. Delmar Seal and baby
who have been very sick with
the flu, in St. Helens returned
home Sunday much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jacobs and
family spent Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Riley Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Easter and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Coleman
were in Forest Grove Tuesday on
business.
Mrs. Claude Norris and baby
and Mrs. E. Knight of O.-A. hill
spent Friday at the home of Mrs.
A. D. Lolley.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi White and
Mrs. Edith Varley and son Oral
spent Saturday in Portland and
on returning, they stopped in
Manning where a big birthday
dance was given in honor of
Mr. White.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Carlson and
regular meeting
March 23.
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