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FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1940
VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNONIA, OREGON
LET’S EE SOCIABLE
Wedding Shower Given
Mr. and Mrs. Savage—
of the order to be followed by the
showing of several reels of moving
pictures taken by local people. Mrs.
Myrtle Layer staged the movie« by
showing a number of acenes she
had taken and a number taken by
Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Knight. About
50 people were present for tihe
son, Algie, Sylvia Brady, Helen
Jane Henderson, Harold and Deryl
Mrs. Garland Gilman and Mrs. Christiansen, Mr. and Mrs. O. H.
Everett DeHart entertained at a Graves, Miss Maxine Johns, Mr. and
shower honoring Mr. and Mrs. Leon Mrs. Harry Eckland, Mr. and Mrs.
O. B. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mrs. Mills Hostess to
’ c age, a week ago Monday eve- u. xvu.j,-,
Mi. unu Mrs. Russell Whit- Study Club—
1 i.g, March 11, at bhe home of ■ 11, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hall
Mrs. Ray Mills was hostess to
Mr. and Mrs. Everett DeHart. Many Aletha Murray o. Vernonia.
Vernonia Study Club at her
b.autiful gifts were received. Re
home March 14. A delightful des
freshments o cake, jello, coffee
Stork Shower Given
sert luncheon carrying out the St.
and cocoa were served. One lovely
Patrick theme was served. Members
cake was decorated with a miniature
Mis. Alverne Hold was honored re-ponded to roll call by giving a
bride and groom, and another with
with a stork shower at the home o line from a modern play.
two pretty lovebirds.
Following a short business meet
Those attending wire: Mr. and Mrs. Anna Wood last Thursday
Mrs. Leon Savage, guests of honor, afternoon. Attending were Mrs. ing, Mrs. Wallace McCrae reviewed
Mr. C. D. Bushart, Mrs. Clarence Elva Davis, Mis. Hazel Woolsey, the play ‘I Have Been Here Be-
Murray, Mi's. Jack Christiansen, Mis. Elmo Brewer, Mrs. Margaret tore” by J. B. Priestly. The plot
Miss Luella Cedarburg, Miss Angie Broderick, Mrs. Hannah Wilson, f the drama centers about a young
Ht nderson, Mr. and Mrs. Albin Mrs. Betty Crouse, Mrs. Laura school master, Oliver Ferrant; a
C ben and son, Dickie, Mrs. E. Bennett, Mrs. Emma Clark, Mrs. wealthy industrialist, Walter Or-
Ruth mund; and his young wife, Janet.
Graham, Mrs. Mamie Hill, Mrs. Alvina
Ellen Frank, Mrs. J. Rosowurm, Brownlie, Miss Margaret Sturde A German philosopher, Dr. Gortler,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scbmidlin, Mrs. ar.t, the honored guest and the who believes our lives are lived in
Nrla Brady, Wesley, Dean and ■ostess. Sending gifts but unable cycles which are often repeated,
Aretha Brady, Miss Grace Arm o attend the affair were: Mrs has seen, through an experiment
strong, Mr. J. F. Callander, Mr. R. I. Hall, Mrs. Virginia Hall, Mrs what 'has happened to fhe lives of
Elizabeth 'he other three in a f i rmer exist-
end Mrs. Garland Gilman and Doris, Maud
"nee and i comes to takc a hand in
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Gilman and
children, Mr. nd Mrs. Russell Cline,
Mrs. F. R. Olin’s sister, Mrs.
Mrs. Jennie Oswald, Mrs. Warren F. O. E. Members
T,illey of Portland was a guest of
Stevenson, Mrs. J. L. Sargent. Miss Enjoy Pot-luck Feed—
Rilla Mae Sanders, Mrs. Carroll'
A number of members of th
The play, “Susan and God”, wili
Chance, Mr. and Mrs. Everett De Fraternal Order of Eagles and theii
Hart, Ruth and Larry DeHart.
wives enjoyed a social evening with be reviewed at the next meeting
Those sending gifts, but unable i pot-luck lunoh and moving pic March 28 by Mrs. Harry Sandon
to attend were: Mr. and Mrs. S. tunes last Friday evening at th< vlho will also act as hostess.
Dalrymple of Centralia, Washing Legion hall. The evening’s lunch
ton, Mr. Lincoln Peterson of Mist, was provided by the losing team Nehalom Club Meets
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Seaman of 'ed by Albert Pierce, Of a recent At Olin’s—
The Nehalem Club, social club
Jennings, Louisiana, Mr. and Mrs. membership drive, to the members
J H. Reeves of Beaumont, Texas, <f the winning team, led by Art if the Eastern Star, met Wednes-
lay of last week at the home of
and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. DeHart, Kirk.
Mr. and Mrs. John Baker, Mrs.
The evening began with a short Mrs. F. R Olin with Mrs. E. J.
Cummings, Mrs. M. Ratcliff and ■.ls'uess meeting of the members Preston assisting the hostess. Mrs.
Ray Mills presided over the group
of sixteen members.
Tickets for the dance the Stars
are sponsoring March 29 were dis-
tiibuted. The affair will be held
OPTOMETRIST — EYE SPECIALIST
in the Masonic Temple,
The next meeting of the Chib
will be April 10 at which time Mrs.
Leona McGraw of Forest Grove
will entertain at 1:00 o’clock
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Thursday and Friday, March 21 and 22
“THE MAN FROM DAKOTA”
with Wallace Beery, Dolores Del Rio
Saturday, March 23
Starting at 2 P. M.
General Admission 10c
(One Showing Only)
O. E. S. Attends
Forest Grove Meet—
Last Monday evening the entire
corps of officers and several other
members of the local Eastern Star
lodge went to Forest Grove to a
■pecial “Friendship Night” planned
by the Forest Chapter.
The local officers presented their
opening march preceding the short
business meeting after which the
Forest Chapter gave a very impress
ive degree honoring Mrs. Sara
Drorbaugh. Worthy Matron of the
local O. E. S. A small bouquet of
daffodils was given each one pres
ent and each officer of the host
chapter presented her special guest,
the one serving ip the same office
hi the Nehalem Chapter, with a
After the close of the meeting,
following an interesting talk about
and an exhibition of articles from
China given by Miss Graham o'
Forest Grove, a grand march was
formed, leading the members to the
social hall where refreshments and
group singing were enjoyed.
Mrs. E. H. McGraw of Forest
Greve and Mrs. F. D. Macpherson
off Portland, former Vernonia resi
dents, were present at the meeting.
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President of the American Legion
Auxiliary, will pay her official visit
to the local unit of that organiza
tion March 25, Monday. Accompany
ing Mrs. Horsefall are Mrs. Goode,
vice-president, Mrs. Mae Whitcomb,
secretary, and Mrs. DeLores Helm
big. district president.
Mrs. J. W. Nichols will serve a
1:00 o’clock luncheon at her home,
141 B Street, on that afternoon;
each member is urged to come and
further is asked to inform Mrs.
Nichol's at the latest on the morn
ing of March 24 whether or not
she will be present at the luncheon.
The committee assisting the host-1
fss, Mrs. Nidhols, is: Mrs. Anna
Luther, Mrs. Alice Estey, Mrs. Dell
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Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Scheuerman
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is guests Mrs. Ollie Roberts, Mr3. '
Emma Weed, Mrs. L. A. Rogers, ■
Mrs. J. M. John, Mrs. Dora Wash
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Mrs. L. H. Dewey sang “Little Old
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On March 14 th Mt. Heart
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meeting with a large number pres
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the Forest Grove lodge.
Three candidates were initiated
and after closing, several Odd Fel
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ated in St Patrick day colors.
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