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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1939
VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNONIA, OREGON
son of Oregon City, Vern Ellis of
Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Bateman Salem and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
enjoyed Thanksgiving with Mrs. EUia.
Bateman’s mother in Hillsboro.
Here from Portland—
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McKenzie
duce evidence of good moral char
Miss Marjorie Holtham was a and daughter, Christine, and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hughes mo acter and who have completed cer guest at tre Messing home for Al Crist spent Saturday in Portland.
tain studies in accredited schools, Thanksgiving vacation.
tored to Portland Saturday.
Thankxgivinc at Jewell—
will be eligible to compete in the
Rigid physical require Cadet Examination Announced—
Civil Service Exams Announced----
Iva Jane Woo# spent Thänks-
The United States Civil Service ments must be met.
The United States Maritime Com- giving with her aunt, Mrs. Curtis
mission has announced an open
Commission has announced
open Here from Prineville—
competitive examination fur deck Moving to Eugene—
competitive examinations for the
Elbert Brock, wro is teaching and engineer cadets in the mer-
positions listed below. Applications
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Ranes
must be on file in tre Commission’s near Prineville, spent Thanksgiving chant marine of the United States.
vacation with his family, the C. L. Applications must be mailed t > the moving to Eugene the latter
office at Washington, D. C. not Brocks.
Supervisor of Cadet Training, U. S. of the week.
later tha December 14, 1939. The
open positions are listed as follows: Spend Thanksgiving in Portland— Maritime Commission, Washington In Rainier—
D. C., and postmarked not later
Assistant inspector of ship construc
Lyman Hawken, Jr., spent
tion; Inspector, Air Corps Techni i Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Hawken than midnight, December 21, 1939.
men between the ages weekend in Rainier at the Alvin
cal School, Associate Instructor, the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E.
of 18 and 25 who can produce chine home.
Assistant, Junior and various op Coryell, Mrs. Hawken’s parents.
evidence of good moral character, Thanksgiving at Gervais—
tional branches; Principal editor
and who have completed certain
Reverend and Mrs. H. R. Scheu-
ial clerk and editorial clerk. Full, Mrs. Robert Rushing and baby studies in accredited schools, will
information may be obtained from moved to Portland Saturday where be eligible to compete for the ex erman and family spent Thanksgiv
the Secretary of the United States they will make their home. Mr. amination. Rigid physical require ing at the George Brown home,
Civil Service Board of Examiners I Rushing is employed as lumber in ments must be met.
Mrs. Scheuerman’s father, near
at the post office or from the Uni spector for the Southern Pacific
Vacation in Salem—
ted States Civil Service Commis in Portland.
Here from Dallas—
sion, Washington, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred MacDonald George Laird, who is working in
College People Home—
Dallas for the Shell Oil company
Thanksgiving Dinner at Wilark—
Seen here during Thanksgiving Thanksgiving weekend.
was home for two days this week.
The Harry King family and Mr. vacation were: Geraldine Cason In Salem and St. Helens—
and Mrs. Harold
had from Multnomah College, Sonny
and Exams Announced—
Thanksgiving dinner at the Harry Shalock from Pacific University, daughter, Arlene, spent the Thanks
Open competitive examinations
Clifton Hiatt from Linfield, Ever giving holidays in Salem and in St.
Howard home in Wilark.
for the positions listed below have
ett Meeker from Oregon College of Helens.
been announced by the United
Education, Leon Brock and Truman Have Thanksgivivng Guests----
States Civil Service Commission:
Bob Connant spent Thanksgiv-( Knight from the University of
and Mrs. H. M. Condit had as Inspector, senior inspector, assoc
ing vacation at the home of his I | Oregon, Jack Anderson from the I Mr. guests
Thanksgiving day Mr. iate inspector,, assistant inspector
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Caul ■ University of Portland.
Condit of Portland and junior inspector; Ordnance De
Attend Portland University Game— and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Condit partment, War Department; Proto
zoologist, assistant protozoologist,
Home from Business School—
Mr. and Mrs. Harry King, Mr. and daughter, Delilah.
Bureau of Animal Industry, Depart- ,
Miss Jean Vaughan, attending and Mrs. Harold Howard, Mr. and Trip to Nebraska—
ment of Agriculture; Technical as
business school in Portland, spent Mrs. Frank Hartwick, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Broderick sistant to the chief of probation I !
the holiday with her family, the Edward Horn, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Brickie, Bob King and Howard Run- left this week for a several weeks and parole, assistant supervisor of
del! attended the University of i automobile trip to Harrison, Ne- classification; Bureau of Prisons,
Cadet Examination Announced—
Portland-Gonzaga game in Portland I braska, Mr. Broderick’s former Department of Justice. Full infor
mation may be obtained from the
The United States Maritime Com- Sunday.
Secretary of the U. S. Civil Ser
mission has announced an open
vice Board of Examiners or from
competitive examination for deck Entertains at Thanksgiving—
and engineer cadets in the mer-
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hartwick had I Mr. and Mrs. Russell Whitsell the post office.
chant marine of the, United States. as their guests for Thanksgiving were visitors in Portland Friday of In Vancouver—
Applications must be mailed to the dinner Mr. Hartwick’s mother, Mrs. last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Potts and son,
Supervisor of Cadets Training, U. Bill Hartwick and his brother, Mr. 1 III with Flu—
Robert, spent Thanksgiving day in |
S. Maritime Commission, Washing Ferd Hartwick, wife and son of
Misis Alvina Connell, physical ed Vancouver with Mr. Pott’s parents, i
ton, D. C., and postmarked not Banks, and Mrs. A. E. Jennings.
later than midnight, December 21, After the dinner, the family went ucation and music instructor at In Goble—
19391. Unmarried men between the to Hillsboro to attend a wedding the high school, was unable to teach
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Dübendorf
,the forepart of the week because
ages of 18 and 25 who can pro- of Mrs. Hartwick’s cousin.
and daughter, Deanna, enjoyed
I of intestinal flu.
Thanksgiving day with Mr. and Mrs.
Wasser at Goble.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McCrae
with Scarlet Fever—
•pent Thanksgiving day with Mr.
Bobbie Herrin, son of Homer
i MdCrae’s family in Monmouth, the
that when you see the sign
emainder of the vacation in Eugene Herrin, became in with scarlet lever
I with Mrs. McCrae’s family.
In Hillsboro for Thanksgiving---
yCUK TOWN’S TOPICS
Sunday services: Sunday school
0:15 A. M.: morning worship, 11:00
A. M.; Evangelistic service 7:30
P. M. The sermon topic will be
“Signs of Christ’s Coming.”
Tuesday,, 7:30: Shut-in meeting
by the young people.
Assembly of God Church
Wednesday, 7:30 P. M.: Bible
—Miss Rilla M. Sanders, Pastor discussion. Questions will be an
Friday, 7:30 P. M., December 1: swered.
Thursday, 2:00 P. M.: Ladies
Young people’s service, Reverend
K. C. Prinzing of Westport speak missionary and prayer band. You
ing. Special numbers in 1 • .'.lie and are invited to all these services.
The prayer hcur and Bible study
on Wednesday evening at 7:30.
This Friday evening, December
1st, the Young People’s Q. E. will
hold their monthly business meet
ing and enjoy a social hour to
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3 and 4
Helens is visiting with
Mrs. Ralph Valpiani at 1 Pittsburg.
ALEXANDER KORDA presents
Here fom Canby—
Mr. and Mrs. Harold McEntire
Keverend ana Mrs. Livingst ne
were in Mollala for Thanksgiving. nau as cneir guests Sunuay, Mr.
ana jirs. nay risn ana Mr. and
Moved in from Riverview—
Mrs. rnoren Anaerson of Barlow I
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eversaul near
moved into the former W. J. Mel- preached at Barlow tor tour years. I
linger home recently. The Ever-
sauls did live in Riverview in the At Hood River—
DeLoss Powell house.
Reverend and Mrs. Livingstone
spent thanksgiving day at nooü
Mrs. Ed Frazee’s mother, Mrs. River.
Mary Roediger, has been ill but is in Portland—
reported to be much improved.
Mrs. Eva West and Mr. O. D.
Maimsten were in Portland Wed-
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Erven and nesday and Thursday of this
Fred Erven and Mr. and Mrs. Al 90 and 9 Hold Rally—
Crist were Thanksgiving guests at
The 90 and 9 men’s organization
W. McKenzie home.
the J. “-----
of the Christian church held a
From Nehalem for Thankigiving— district rally at Forest Grove Mon
Mr. and "
Mrs. - Louis Johns
and day. Those from the local group
son, Robert, of Nehalem, were here attending the session were: Rever
for Thanksgiving day at the George end Livingstone, J. W. Skinner, L.
L. Wells, J. T. Brady, Clifford i
Fowler and J. P. Millis. The prin
cipal speaker of the meeting was
Thanksgiving guests at the John Bob King, National Prison Evan
I Ellis home Thursday were Mr. and gelist.
I Mrs. O. H. Kaphammer and sons.
| Mr. and Mrs. Harry Emmons and Young People Meet----
The young people of the Chris
son, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ellis and
tian church will hold their monthly
consecration luncheon next Thurs
day. This will »e followed by round
table discussion and 1 stereopticon
pictures entitled “East of the An-¡
that you and your family’s health is being safe
December 5 and 6
—The Livingstones. Ministers
Our church school opens at 9:45
ind closes at 10:50, teaching the
Bible only. Communion service at
11:00, followed by the preaching
ervice, closing at noon. Christian
Endeavor service at 6:30 p. m. and
he evening preaching service at
. :30; subject of the morning ser
mon. “The Illuminated Highway,”
and of the evening service, “Were
There More Than One Adam?”
Tri-County rally of the Christian
churches on Tuesday next; an all-
,i. y cession with pot-hick luncheon
at noon. Prayer meeting every Wed-
nesday evening at 7 .30 o clock.
Welcome to all of the church ser-
'°.RN Ü P atrick
ga ' l
__Harvey R. Scheuerman, Minister
9:45 Church school with a wel
come for all.
11:00 The worship hour will be
profitably used by the Woman’s Mis
sionary Society in presenting the
Annual Thank Offering program.
“Thank Offering” boxes will be
' laid on the altar of God for the
I promotion of the work.
6:30 The Evangelical League of
C. E. is profiting by the good at
tendance and profitable discussions.
7:30 In this service the pastor
will present “Three ‘I Am's’ of a
Christian.” There will be special
The Woman’s Missionary Society
will meet Wednesday afternoon.
Along with the regular business and
mission study there will be the an
nual election of officers.
Thursday and Friday, December 7 and 8