Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, June 19, 1936, Page 8, Image 8

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    PAGE EIGHT
FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1936
VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNONIA, OREGON
W. J. Armitage. Mr. Rice has
been mayor of Myrtle Creek for
25 years.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Armitage
and Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Rice of
PYTHIAN SISTERS HOLD
der, and Frank Piper of Long­ and John Luther motored to Myrtle Creek are spending Fri­
view, Marie Chace, Bill Han­ Portland Monday to see Mr. Mc­ day in Portland.
DISTRICT CONVENTION
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over, June Sprague, Ed. Fox, Donald who is recovering from
CARD OF THANKS
The district convention of the Edward Baron, and Bil Ander­ an operation at the Portland Gen­
We deeply appreciate the sym­
Pythian Sisters was held at Gast­ son of Portland; also Mrs. O. E. eral hospital.
pathy
extended to us in our ber­
on June 11,
Wagner and the hostess of Ver­
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cummings, eavement, and wish to thank out-
A number of members attend­ nonia.
Mrs. Leland Hewitt, Mrs. Bruce friends for the many beautiful
ed from Vernonia, including Mrs.
Later in the evening the guests McDonald and Miss Elsie Me Don­
floral tributes.
Freda Van Doren, Mrs. Harry enjoyed a marshmallow roast.
ald motored to Portland Satur­
Mrs. J. R. Steele and Family
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Culbertson, Mrs. Milton Lamping, I
day.
Mrs. Helen Steele
Mrs. N. S. Soden, Mrs. Harry ¡LIBRARIAN reports new
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lachine
Clyde Steele
Kerns, Mrs. Thor Gronbeck and ADDITIONS TO LIBRARY
and son, Mrs. Lena Lachine and
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bowers
Mrs. A. L. Kullander.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Rowland
Miss Edna Owens, librarian, re­ Mrs. Joe Lachine were Portland
Mrs. Van Doren was appointed
visitors last Friday.
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chairman of the resolutions com­ ported at a meeting of the li­
A DENIAL
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Dusenberry
brary
board
at
the
home
of
Mrs.
mittee. The Vernonia temple took
I
wish
to
deny the report that
and
daughter
made
a
trip
to
L. H. Dewey Tuesday night that
part in the afternoon session.
I am opposed to construction of
Portland Tuesday.
A chicken dinner was served five new books in the Interna­
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Jones the swimming pool in Rock creek.
at six o’clock, then the evening tional Mind Alcove had been plac­
Bert Mills
moved
to Dallas. They formerly
session was given over to ritual­ ed on the shelves. These are “Des­
lived in the Austin apartments.
olate
Marches,
”
by
L.
M.
Nes
­
istic ceremonies of the order.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Parker
Several grand officers were pres­ bitt, “Atlas of Current Affairs,”
and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Malm-
ent including the grand chief, Ha­ by J. F. Harrabin, “Land With­
sten attended the pioneer picnic
zel Hollenbeck of North Plains. out Shade,” by Hans Heefnts,
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“International Delusion,” by Geo. at Birkenfeld Sunday. They re­
MRS. DEWEY ATTENDS
Stratton,
and
“Exploring by port a large crowd and a splen­
did time.
Day,” by Lincoln Ellsworth.
O.E.S. GRAND CHAPTER
To the Editor:
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Briot went
The circulation was 117 more
A most commendable project
Mrs. L. H. Dewey, worthy mat- for the month of May than for to Portland Friday to visit Mrs.
has been started by the Vernon­
Lola
Nance,
who
is
ill
with
ap
­
ros of Nehalem Chapter, O.E.S., the preceding month, and there
ia Chamber of Commerce, a pro­
who attended the grand chapter I were 8 new adult borrowers and pendicitis.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Mock and ject which should receive the ac­
of the Eastern Star in Portland 7 new children.
tive support of every member
last week reported interesting
Mrs. Harry Culbertson was son Vale of Timber visited at of the community. This project
sessions. Mr. Dewey, worthy pat­ assigned charge of publicity. It the Walter Kent’s Sunday even­
is the construction of a swiming
ron, attended part of the con­ was voted not to hold any more ing.
pool in Rock creek adjacent to
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Sidney
Malmsten
vention and together Mr. and board meetings until the second
are very happy over the arrival the city park.
Mrs. Dewey enjoyed several soc­ Tuesday in September.
During the summer time sever­
of a granddaughter born to Mr.
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ial functions including a ball and
¡and Mrs. Leonard Malmsten at al hundred children of the com­
a banquet for officials.
I'the Memorial hospital in Long­ munity are left without organ­
Mrs. C. L. Brock and Mrs.
view Tuesday evening. The baby’s ized activity. Many pf them work
Frank Hartwick of the local chap­
name is Marjorie Mae and she off their excess energy by getting
ter attended part of the con­
I weighed 5 and one half pounds. into trouble. Many play in dan­
vention, Mrs. F. D. MacPherson,
I Both mother and daughter are gerous places, or run risk of
now living in Portland was in
Mrs. Ira Mann, while on her
doing nicely.
typhoid infection by swiming in
attendance throughout.
recent trip east, went as far as
G. Sebo, of Kelso, Wash., is condemned streams. Certainly this
New York to visit relatives.
MRS. PLUMB E*NTERTAINS
taking the place of Sam Hearing, community, so liberally endowed
The St. Helens road is a broad,
manager of the Safeway store by nature with resources adapt­
QUEEN OF HEARTS CLUB
straight highway in comparison
here, while Mr. Hearing and his able to purposes of recreation,
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with the Oregon Coast highway
Mrs. George Plumb entertained south of Port Orford, reports family are away on a vacation. .owes it to the children to do
the Queen of Hearts club with a Emil Messing, who returned Sun­ Mr. and Mrs. Sebo are staying what little work is necessary
one o'clock bridge luncheon at day from Grants Pass by way of in the Hearing house on A st. to make useful that which we
Mrs. John Wood of Vancouv­ have and thus provide them with
her home June 4.
Crescent City.
er, B. C., who has been visiting a safe place to play.
Mrs. Lowell Hieber held high
R. G. Elliott, managing editor
Within the past few days we
score and Mrs. Jack Nance sec­ of the St. Helens Sentinel-Mist, for the past two weeks at the
home of her sister and brother- have seen two children taken
ond high.
was a Vernonia visitor Wednes­
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. from us, one by drowning, the
Other members present were day.
Strong, expects to leave tomor­ other a victim of typhoid. It is
Mrs. Ben Brickel, Mrs. William
Miss Mary Erickson, former
that this may not occur again
Briot, Mrs. W. G. Heath, Mrs. teacher in the Washington grade row.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Rice of that this swimming pool project
Roland Eby and Mrs. Frank Hart­ school and now a teacher in
I Myrtle Creek are visiting at the is planned. Whoever aids the
wick.
j
Randle, Wash., and Miss Lydia
home of Mr. Rice’s sister, Mrs. projects help save life. May we
Erickson, teacher of the Kist
I SOCIETY NEWS - CLUBS - FRATERNAL
The Open
Forum - -
G. E. CLUB MEETS
AT MRS. EARL SMITH’S
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The G. E. Club met at the
home of Mrs. Earl Smith Tues­
day evening. The following were
present: Mrs. A. J. Hughes, Mrs.
J. W. Brown, Mrs. Virgil Powell,
Mrs. H. G. Sandon, Mrs. J. L.
Timmons, Mrs. H. E. McGraw
and Mrs. W. M. Henderson.
Mrs. Henderson held high’score
at bridge and Mrs. McGraw sec­
ond high.
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STUDY CLUB MEETS AT
MRS. THOMPSON'S
The Vernonia Study club met
June 11 at the home of Mrs. E.
S. Thompson. A short business
meeting was followed by a flow­
er guessing contest. This was ar­
ranged by a group who were un­
able to take part in the club’s
annual stunt day.
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KATHERINE BARRY ENTER­
TAINS AT 500 PARTY
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Miss Katherine Barry enter­
tained a group of friends and
relatives at her aunt's home Fri­
day evening, with a 500 party.
Guests included Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold Barry, Josephine Schnie-
school, visited in Vernonia June
11. Their home is in Clatskanie.
Mrs. Leota Ketel of Houlton,
candidate for county treasurer
on the democratic ticket, and F.
A. George of St. Helens were
Vernonia visitors yesterday.
Delegates to the state grange
convention were very finely treat­
ed in Lebanon, reports Harry
Condit. Considering the size of
the town the community did a
very good job of taking care
of strangers, he says. He and
Mrs. Condit were the only dele­
gates from the local grange.
Wilburn Hall, who has been
visiting in Kentuckey for the past
two months, returned to his home
In Roseburg last week. He is in
very poor health, not having re-
j covered from an attack of the
i flu he suffered while on the trip.
J. L. Miller, of the Longview
Daily News, visited in Vernonia
yesterday.
Mrs. Earl Snyder came from
Portland Tuesday for a two
weeks visit with her father, Harry-
Wilson. She reports that her hus­
band, who was seriously hurt in
a logging accident several months
ago, is slowly recovering, doing
as nicely as can be expected.
Mrs. Bruce McDonald and Ellen
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not only commend those whose
efforts have resulted in the be­
ginning of work, but as well,
pledge our support to the end
that within a very short time it
may be carried through to com­
pletion.
I. N. McCollom
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
Harvey R. Scheuerman. Minister
9:45 to 11:45 the Father’s Day
program will be rendered by
the Sunday school and church.
The fathers will be honored. All
others will help to do them hon­
or. You are cordially invited.
7:00 E. L. C. E. Discussion
topic: “Have We Learned How to
Use Our Minds?”
8:00 The Gospel song service
with message by the pastor.
Tuesday, the 21st, the Martha
circle will meet in the church
parlors at two o’clock.
Tuesday evening at 7:30 the
Young People’s discussion group
will meet to consider the sub­
ject: “What is the Matter with
You?”
Wednesday at 7:30 the adult
prayer group will meet for pray­
er and meditation on the Word.
Sunday, June 28th, the Annual
Children’s Day program will be
rendered. The missionary pag­
eant,
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of
Youth,” is the principal feature.
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