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Editorial Page of the Tillamook Headlight
recitations. A Pantomine entitled will render the same in the evening at
immensely. Mr. Jno. Hobson with After dinner everybody, old and
“The Star of the East” is one of the 7:30. Lovers of music will, as well it was constitutional or otherwise,
but I am not discussing that phase of
•ndent Weekly 1’a p e r J features of the program.
wife and child, were guests. They young entered into a dance our violin
as others, enjoy this treat. The an
ffXx Friday' by the
The church will be decorated in ac thems are among the best and writ the question. Yet it was most sur We now approach with glorious joy were journeying horseback to the ist was Sam Howard and had the as
prising to find that when the votes The grand old Christmas day.
Company cordance with the title.
Umpqua valley, via the Grand Round sistance of the narrator on his flute.
ten especially for Christmas times.
were counted so many persons in We celebrate o’er nations wide
As time passed the murder case
trail. There were a number of toasts
The program will be interesting all the state cast such a large number of The Son-of-God's birth day.
from our minds, but Mr. Ind
10 a. m.
Manager Morning worship, 11 a. m. Subject, through.
votes against the measure. Take Til
given it was asked, “Who amongst ian did not and could not forget it.
lamook county for illustration—1736 Nineteen hundred and twenty four
this assembly will live to see the The blows he had received caused se
^jTnd Entered at the U. ». “God’s Unspeakable Gift.”
REFORMED CHURCH CHRIST- votes for the measure and 1561 Short years have fleeted by
horse speeding through this val vere wounds which refused to heal
Evening service, 8 p. m. Subject,
È.e at Tillamook, Oregon,
Since “Peace on Earth good will to
MAS PROGRAM, DECEMBER 25, against.
ley and hear his thrill neigh?” I up. He had several Indian doctors at
May 2. 1888
AT 7.30 P. M.
have often thought of this question, tend him and all gave it up saying
I would like to ask the Oretown
Special music at both services.
Opening hymn................Congregation grange who are the biggest sinners: Was heralded from the sky.
as one by one the old settlers pass they could not cure him. It appears
¿By Mail ...........
Scripture Reading and Prayer. Pastor The 1561 citizens who voted against
in their checks. There are very few that his shoulder and hip was very
N AZARENE S. S. CHRISTMAS
A babe was born in Bethlehem,
Song, “Silent Night!"....Sunday School the measure or the county newspapers
of that assembly living and waiting badly swelled. Finally he sent for
inths, Bf iIail -------------
“Charlie Kilchis” old chief Kilchis*
Months, By Mail .............. » ,75
G. S. Hunt, pastor.
But he’s Lord of Lords and King of that grand event, and it is certain
Beginners and Primary Department
son, he was considered a great doctor
Payable in advance________
J. B. Honey, S. S. Supt.
fails to put in an appearance at an among the Indians and his influence
a “goat” out of somebody because the And Prince of all the earth.
The Nazarene Sunday school will
Exercises and Recitations .................. measure was defeated it should not
early date not one of the “Hardy among his tribe was very great more
hold the annual Christmas tree and
(Continued on page 6)
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Junior Department criticise the newspapers but those He left his father’s home on high,
Few” will either see or hear him.
exercises on Wednesday evening, Dec- Anthem “Calm on the Listening Ear
who voted “no”.
embr 24th, 7:30. Addrsses, recita
of Night”............................... Choir
FRED C. BAKER
Into this world of sin and grief
tions, songs and a treat for the school Primary recitations
He came and meekly trod.
will be given. Public cordially in Song, “Away in a Manger” ..............
R EDITORIAL POLICY
He paid the debt of all mankind
GARAGE TEAM TO MEET
When he died upon the cross,
fo advocate, aid and sup-
Exercises and Dialogues: “Carry the
opened up the only way
any measures that will
Light,” “Glory,” “Come to Bethle
Of Salvation for the lost.
St. Joseph’s parish at Cloverdale
good to the
hem,” “A Christmas Change,”
The Tillamook garage hoop squad
will hold a bazaar on Sunday after
“What do you want for Christmas?” which has been working out or the He met and fought the powers of sin;
To CMOtt: age industries
Junior Boys past week is in fine fettle for the He surely did all things well,
of the church. Christmas toys and Song, “Come Hither Ye Children .....
, establish, in Tillamook
second game of the seneon against He conquered all the powers of sin;
-•indies will be a special feature of
Sunday School Wheeler, Thursday night in the newt He conquered Death and Hell,
the bazaar. Everybody Is cordially Exercises: “Christmas Chimes,” high school gymnasium at Wheeler. I
invited to come and enjoy themselves.
Chriitmas Emblems” ......................
fa port for Tillamook hay.
Manager Swett o£ th* garage riven if men neglect to heed
There will be two masses on the day
To insist on an American
Primary Depatthient team Was well pleased ‘.he way his His mandates they do not obey;
Each one should surely reverence give
of the bazaar, one at eight o’clock and Anthem, “Wonderful Story” ......
inda:d of labor.
men performed at Garibaldi last week
the other at 10:30 o’clock. Lunch will
To bo politically independ-
Tenor Obligato and Choir and is planning a heavy schedule, On this great Christmas day.
be served at twelve o’clock and Motion Exercises: “Two Ways,” “The
j, but to support the can
which will include a number of out
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throughout the afternoon.
dates for public office who
Sweet Old Story,” “Christmas side games.
EARLY SETTLEMENT OF TILLA
The order of services at the Cath ■ Flowers” .............
£1 bring the most good to
The probable lineup for the locals
olic missions throughout the county Song, “There’s a Beautiful Star”....... will be: Forwards, Hamilton and Par
t people of Tillamook coun-
for Christmas will as follows: at
■ani of the State of Oregon.
Sunday School sons; Center, Goheen or Sharkey;
(Continued from page 2)
Cloverdale, high mass at 12 o’clock Offering for the Orphans
Guards, Gabriel and Sharp.
oration, and a /ery substantial dinner
t. ♦ v d*
Anthem, “We Have Seen Him” .........
was got up by Mrs. Trask and just
o’clock and a third mass at 10:30
Ladies duett and male quartette
company organised about everybody in the county was
DDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1924
Following this program about twen with $150,000 capital, to make linen there in honor of the occasion and we
The Rev. Mather Philip 0. &. B. ty four young people will give the
all had a fine time, enjoying ourselves
CONSTABULARY SYSTEM cf Mt. Angel will celebrate midnight "Holy Story in Pantominme and Pag
mass on Christmas Eve at Garibaldi eant,” presenting: Zacharias and the
Kitiy, at a meeting of district
at the home of George Gillis. Mr. Angel, Mary and Elizabeth, The Shep
leys in Portland, sentiment was
Gillis’ home is the last house on the herds and the Angels, Holy Night at
i toward the 1 evasion of the
right as you go to the Whitney hotel. the Manger, The Presentation in the
i ponce system. The district
After the 12 o’clock Mass at Garibaldi Temple, King Herod and the Wise
iys recommended that th« pres-
Father Philip will go to Wheeler to Men, The Wise Men in Bethlchm.
rehibition forces be dome away
say two more masses» one at nine and Closing Tableaux and song, '“Come
imi a state cons tabular-- sub-
Hither Ye Faithful.”
the other at eleven «’clock.
id in its piace. They pointed
The faithful arc urged to make use Benediction.
»ineffectiveness of the state
of the opportunity off red them and
Mail orders given prompt attention
not leave this holy season pass witk- CRITICISM OF GRANGE'S RESO
Headlight would like to go a out going to the sacraments. Can-
tether and recommend a nation- fessions will be heard before nil
itaindary, one which would be masses.
To the Editor:
together throughout ail the
Dear Sir: The Oretown grange in
and composed of picked men,
its wisdom, has seen fit to criticise
trained, and selscted by tests
county newspapers for accepting and
W. G. Lienkaemper, pastor.
hat similar to the present civil
printing advertisements opposed to
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
i examinations. Canada now
English services at 10:15; subject: the oleomargarine measure. As a
newspaper man I think 'She the reso
jch a force in its Northwest “Christmas.”
German services at 11:15; subject: lution was nothing more than an at
tempt to “gag” the county news
c men, as stated before, should “The Birth of Jesus.”
for it was unjrrst and entirely
peciaily selected and trained,
uncalled for. If one side of a con
ganized into a military force, services.
You are cordially invited to worship troversy has the right .and privilege
bat the same as the .army. They
to place its opinions before the voters
have state and federal author with us.
Sunday school at the Trask school on a measure to be voted upon, then,
ed constitutional amendments
in all justice and fairness, the other
be made to do nv.ay with the house at 2 p. m.
Christmas services at Mohler side of a controversy should be grant
;y of extradition proceedings,
ed the same rights and privleges.
Latest Fiction. Popular Copy
pean countries now have such Thursday, December 25th at 11 a. m. Nothing is to be gained by an attempt
an Assortment of 300
J police systems and their
to “gag” the press, and to do so
«■ess in preventing and de-
The services at the Methodist shows an intolerant and arbitary
crinie is widely known.
church will be of great interest to spirit.
Both sides of the controversy ex
people next Sunday. At the 11
I THE WHOLE COUNTY
large sums of money for ad
o’clock hour there will be a Love
•tiy our attention wat called to Feast and Communion service for all vertising, and to deprive the county
itorial policy which appears at people. The young people are giving newspapers of some of this business
Snap Shot Albums.
of this column, where it is a Christmas program at 6 o’clock in would be unjust discrimination.
Bill Folds, Purses.
that “we urge the improvement the evening to which all people are
ort for Tillamook City!” We invited.
measure was funda-
»iced if we wanted a port cx-
The choir has been preparing for oleomargarine
“Winds the Film”
some time the Christmas music andmentally right or wrong, or whether
•}’ for Tillamook city.
Six Pictures in Ten Seconds
“ ‘¡me has the Headlight in-
to propose improvement« for
t? alone, notwithstanding the
ttce of the statement at our
*“> and we acknowledge the
n<i have made the correction.
H. J. RASMUSSEN
Doors, Windows, Paint, Roofing,
Builders Hardware, Hardwood
All Shades, Styles,
Waterman Fountain Pens
Start Getting AUrROUND
°:is Anderson, Ph. D., pastor.
Sunday school meets at 9:45
1 a- m. there is the pastor’s
1 Io the children.
a- m. the pastor will give a
P- ®-, the Christian Endeavor
?• m. the evening services are
' sermon on the topic “The
• Peace,” will be given and
,iil be a violin solo by Mr.
Y evening the annual Christ-
will be rendered consist-
JW, recitations and readings.
4r- Part of the program will be
ln" there is a whisper heard
Cantata will be given, but
• *ee for yourself. 7:30 p. m.
• *t the Presbyterian church.
Ross Evans, pastor.
«•rlit Way” is th« title of
to be given by the U. B.
24th. This program in-
'“ra! seleziona of vocal and
”taI music, and a number of
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