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VERNONIA. OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13. 1927.
3 Boys and Girls Clubs Get
Certificate of Achievement
VOLUME 6 NUMBER 10.
Oregon Ranks Seventh in
P.-T. Association Members
According to the Journal of the
Association Gains National
Education association, in
1918 Oregon had a membership of
1500 in the National Congress of
Five New Members Parents
and Teachers; in 1920,
Certificates of achievement were
received by three of the boys and
girls clubs of the Vernonia schools
Tuesday, These clubs had 100 per
cent of their enrolled members
complete their club projects for Miss Helen Veal and Dudley Spof Many Benefit* Derived From Co 498; in 1922, 4052; in 1924, 11,-
164; in 1926, 17,703, and in 1927,
the year 1926-1927.
ford United in Marriage by Rev.
Aaaociations in Oregon.
Three certificates are signed by
The per eent of members in
C. B. Smith of the U. S. depart
The Vernonia Merchants Credit proportion to the population in
At the home of the bride’s
ment of agriculture, I. L. Patterson
governor of Oregon; W. J. Kerr, parents Thursday, October .6, at association increased the strength 1927 is 1.88. In percentage of
president of the Oregon Agricul 2 p.m. occured the marriage of of its organization recently by the population members Oregon ranks
tural college; C. A. Howard, state] Miss Helen Veal to Dudley Spof addition of five new members: The I seventh in the United States. The
superintendent of public instruc-' ford. Rev. Teddy Leavitt, pastor Nehalem Valley Ice & Creameiy I six states ranking higher are, In
tion; Paul V. Maris, director of of the Christian church of Vernon company, the Square Deal garage, order given: Delaware, Colorado,
Corey Economy store, and the California, North Dakota, Wash
the extension service; H. C. Sey ia, officiated.
ington and Vermont. You will no Regular Bi-monthly Luncheon
Believe Valley Fair Should Be An mour, state club leader; Elizabeth
The bride is the daughter of Mr. j Riverview grocery.
Horseshoe Cafe Will Feature
“Each week sees some improve tice that our neighbor states lank
Murray, county school superintend- and
Annual Event in Vernonia To
Home Grown Produce
ent; George N. Nelson, county club nonia. while the groom, who has ment toward the perfection of an higher than Oregon.
Boost Home Product*
leader and the looal club leader.'been working in Vernonia for some efficient working organization that
Will you help bring Oregon’s per
cent up by joining the Vernonia
The menu for the Chamber of
The following clubs received time, is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
That the Nehalem valley fair
merchants,’’ says Mrs.
association? The Commerce luncheon today at the
held here on Vernonia day last I certificates: Pattie Cake Cookery N. A. Spofford of Jerome, Idaho. Lappe, secretary. “We use the same Parent-Teacher
dues are nominal.
The bride wore a white ratin
Horseshoe Cafe has been arranged
month was a forerunner of larger | club, Mrs. Mabel Graves, local
MRS. O. A. ANDERSON so as to include only produce
Ann dress and earned a large corsage rating plan as all other credit as
fairs to come in succeeding years, I leader, Dorothy Black, Mary ......
grown in the Nehalem valley, a
' of pink rose buds. The room was sociations in Oregon, and are now
is the opinion of the Vernonia park | Childs, Joy Bush, 1__„
exchanging regular bulletins with
unique feature designed to show
board, who added that they believe
I the variety of agricultural products
Vernonia Coffee Coolers Camp and white dahlias, sweet peas and these other organizations whereby
it was the
.... _ greatest surprise at-
valuable information is often pro
I grown here. The menu is as fol-
traction of the day, devoted to the Cookery club, Edwin Condit, local gladiolas.
leader, Robert Mills, Leroy Christ
Miss Beatrice Veal, sister of the cured.”
interests of the city park,
With the fur-.’.s rn: d that day, Lindsay, Frank Creasey, Vernon Biddle, brother-in-law of me groom board of directors of the credit to t>e estabiisned tn their new lo- Beets
the - board states that needed im- Prankey, Junior Aldrich, Clarence
was best man. Miss Daynise Reese ' association, states that “this as-. cation, the building formeily oc- Carrots
provements in the park can now Gillchrest.
| sociation is the greatest boon to [ cupied by the Horseshoe cafe, Sat-
played the wedding march.
be made, together with the use of
good business in Vernonia of any,, urday morning. A romplete new
Vernonia Ginger Bread Cookery
Roast leg of pork
funds already held in trust for that club: Miss Pearl Krause, local lead
I organization yet formed here, and
and ' equipment has been installed, in-
purpose by local lodges and other er, Alice Parker, Velda Mellinger, supper was enjoyed by a few business
is now on a better basis , eluding new tables, booths, counter, Elderberry jelly
organizations. The statement Issu Alma Sealberg, Helen Charlesworth,
ed by the board at its meeting Christine Rainey, Margie Ratcliffe,
Blue walls, with silver gray fin-
It is pointed out by many of
Wednesday night of last week was Audrey Johnson, Louise Roberson. i afternoon for a two-weeks trip to
points in eastern Oregon. They the present members that all con- I ished woodwork gives a pleasing
expect to make their home in Ver- cerns hero doing credit business appearance to the interior accord Buttermilk
“The park board voted to ex Hook Tender at Koster
should join, both in the spirit of ing to many who have been v'atch-
tend their hearty thanks to the fol
The beets, carrots cabbage, cu-
Has a Narrow Escape
cooperation and for the greatest 1 ing the improvements being made.
lowing organizations, who on Sep
cumbers and tomatoes were all
Alek Morton, a hook tender for
on the Al. Parker place, as
tember 10 joined with the Ameri
Halloween Dance Oct. 29 ceived many compliments for her : the four milk shake machines will grown
can Legion in making Vernonia Koster Products company, was in
I be on the cabinet behind the foun wrehe the apples. The meat is from
The local American Legion post
day a wonderful success, despite jured Monday when a log was pull
the Nehalem valley and its trim
records of the association and in tain.
the rain which fell all afternoon ed over him. Morton was struck ' is making extensive preparations the making of reports to members
mings, elderberry jelly. Bread from
on the back of the neck with a for a masked, costumed Halloween
the local bakery will be used, and
“The money turned over to the line which cut a large gash and dance in the local hall the Satur- to them.
especially arranged for the making butter made by the local creamery.
| day night before the end of the
park fund was as follows: Ameri threw him under the log.
of candy, for which J. C. Lincoln I An important item of discussion
The engineer was signalled to month, October 29.
can Legion, $44.25; Legion Auxil
has built an enviable reputation at the meeting will be the fashion
“Arrangements have been com-
iary, $18; Rebekah lodge, $21.55;
show, decided upon by the direc
during his stay in Vernonia.
] pleted to have a seven-piece or-
Women's Relief Corps, $13.66;
tors of the chamber at their meet
Portland, Ore., Oct. 8. Late
ing Monday night. They appointed
Women’s Study .club. $6.35; Py Morton and probably, saved his ] chestra here from Portland for the
C. W. Reithner, C. F. Hieher, E.
thian Sisters, tag sale, $32.50; life, in the opinion of those who occasion,” says E. H. Washburn, September saw employment in the
| manager of the special dance,
Pacific northwest at the season’s
W. Holtham, W. R. Meyer and M.
Chamber of Commerce and Mrs. witnessed the accident.
, prizes will be given for the
peak, according to the 4L monthly
E. Moe as a committee to coduct
W. J. Gooding, flowers, $5.35
] costumes. A local merchant
employment letter published here Budget Allowance Equals Amount the show. They held a meeting last
making a total of $141.66.
. have costumes to rent at
today. Fall farm work, fruit harv
Eeing Paid This Year
night when tentative plans were
“Many, ' many
friends, and the park board plans Neighbor* of Woodcraft Plan *1 o I time, if. present plans materialize, est and canning, and a continuance
Some misunderstanding has de- I
and a fine will be collected from of work on many large construc
to have a wonderful park and play-
Increase to 100,000
veloped in Vernonia over ¿he re-1 The fashion show is designed to
show local goods in women's and
ground before another summer
Los Angeles, Oct. 8. A national ed in ordinary clothes.”
activity of the logging camps, have port that the salaries of two citÿi children’s wearing apparel that may
passes, Being handicapped for campaign to increase the member
officials, the attorney and treas-
funds, not as much work was ac ship of the Neighbors of Wood I
urer, have been raised for 1928,1 be purchased at Vernonia stores,
complished this year as was want craft to 100,000 adults during the coration for the Legion hall for a balance, the letter said. The 4L which seems true according to a thus encouraging the practice of
up current conditions as fol-
ed; for cleaning, trimming trees, coming year has just been launch I the Halloween dance is being plan sums
comparison of the 1927 and 1928 trading at home, It will probably
ned by Mr. Washburn. The Legion lows:
be held at the Majestic theatre
blowing stumps, filling holes, and ed as the aftermath of the deuica- Auxiliary will have charge of re-'
“Woods work in the Inland Em- budgets.
some time within a few weeks and
having drain ditches dug, costs tion of the new $300,000 home freshments.
pire and other pine produc.ng dis-
receiving the amounts alloted to I local folk will be chosen as models
for aged members at Riverside,
TEACHER’S ANNUAL INSTITUTE tricts is in full swing, but pine them for next year, for the past to display the goods. A half hour
“The park board also wishes to Calif., September 15, last.
IN ST. HELENS NEXT WEEK sawmills have begun the usual two years. The budget committee i show is planned between the reg
thank Wm. Pringle for the benches
In presiding at the ceremonies
tapering off,” several nightshifts
ular movie showings feature ot
he donated to the park and to Mr. celebrating the completion of the
The teacher’s annual institute already being laid off for the fall cut down their pay last year, and I the evening.
Brown, who hauled them over to home, one of the finest and most
, will be held in the John Gumm and winter months.
beautiful of any fraternal organi
“General com|truction work is could not be obtained for that sum
“The Chamber of Commerce dis- zation in the world, Mrs. Minnie j school at St. Helens October 20
up well, for as yet there and paid them the difference out of Oregon’« First Aviatrix
play on Vernonia day deserves Hiner, grand guardian and supieme
Is Enthused With Flying
no slackening of jobs ♦ he emergency fund.
onun- ' officer of the order, reported that
much praise for
This year’s budget committee ap
ground of autumn leaves and greens. ] the membership had increased to a Oregon State Teachers association, under way and several new pro- proved the payment of $240 to
Portland, Oregon, Oct. 8—The
The display of old relics owned by total of 78,000 adults and 5,000 will discuss the work of the asso- iects have been -started. There is I the treasurer and $600 to the city first aviatrix in Oregon enrolled
Mrs. Sarah Spencer and others ot juveniles, and inspired the 5,000 ciation for the comng ¡year. This also considerable highway paving attorney. Much credit was given at the Rankin Flying school here
Nehalem valley pioneers was very i members in attendance from all will be followed by a business being done.
last week, took her first official
meeting of the Columbia county
“The return to school of many Lester Sheeley, city attorney, for hop in the training plane and vow
I parts of the west to initiate the ■ organization.
who have been working in various
“The wonderful display of dahlias campaign.
ed she was more determined than
Miss Helen Cowgill, assistant industries during the summer has ia for next year. He was responsi ever before to become a commer
grown by Mrs. Gooding, who sold . Of typical California architecture
ble for the change in the pumping
flowers all day for the benefit ot ' the home, on a 60 acre farm,
plant for the municipal water sys-, cial pilot. Miss Faye Carter, pret
the park fund, and D. B. Reasoner’s j owned by the order, is one of the ] days with club exhibits
thus effecting a saving each ty stenographer of Portland, the
display of dahlias and the many showplaces of the “' Queen City of placed high in i
of more than double the K>rl w’th the ambition to make a
, fairs. Every club leader through
friends who sent flowers all day the Citrus Belt.” It includes
fortune in the new industry, weighs
of his salary.
to make things beautiful the farm magnificent administration build out the county is especially invited
“Oregon does not collect nearly | No serious objection to the pro- only a hundred pounds and is less
ers’ display of cheese, butter, milk ing, one of the most completely
so much for the use of an auto-; posed budget has been heard thus than five feet in height. She makes
potatoes, turnips, squash, pumpkins, equipped hospitals on the Pacific while she is there. Friday after mobile on thè state highways as far, and it is expected that It will up for that by an abundance of
beans, com, kale, apples, grapes I coast, and a dormitory building, noon H. C. Seymour will give an do other states,” says the Oregon be put in effect in its present enthusiasm.
and mint, goes to show what won i in addition to separate structures illustrated lecture on boys and State Motor association. “The aver form, after the public hearing' Miss Carter is the first woman
derful things grow in this valley. devoted to a laundry and other ] girls club work throughout the age combined gas tax and license i October 31.
flyer on record in Oregon and is
And the carnival gotten up in so _ operating
__ _ and a group state. This is considered an i ex fee for the United States is $23.89 j
first in the seven years history
few days, shows what can be done
10 ^odel barn buildings.” The cellent opportunity to get club percar.
collects1 The Ladies of the Chtrch of of the Rankin Flying school. When
when all cooperate, and the park various buildings are connected work lined up for the new year, $45.32 and North Carolina $44.6 3, Christ spent a delightful after she qualifies for her private pilot
board again thanks each and ev with patio esplanades and the which begins November 1.
Georgia,1 noon at the church parlors Wed license, after the completion of the
T. D. Kirkpatrick, club agent Arkansas.
ery one for the help.”
grounds are elaborately landscap- for Portland, will be present and Kentucky, Maine, South Carolina, nesday afternoon. They had an two month’s course, she will prob
apron shower for their coming ably be the first woman to do so
Dr. Ella Wight, Chairman,
give an illustrated lecture on flow Vermont, Virginia and West Vir bazaar,
refreshments in the Pacific northwest, and will
Mrs. Judd Greenman, Secty.,
The completed home represents ers and birds of Oregon. Mr. Kirk- ginia are all above $30.00.
Mrs. Mark E. Moe,
“In addition all of the above were served by Mrs. Sunell and be among the very few on the
the combined efforts of members Patrick ha sbecome quite a well
E. S. Thompson,
a Mrs. Robbin. Those present were Pacific slope.
in a dozen western states. The known naturalist, and his pictures s’ate* e-cept Vermont ;o
Mrs. McDonald, president, Mrs.
main auditorium and ltvlng room are said to be especially interest-
The first Oregon aviatrix will
ucs furnished by the circle, if ing as he does so much of his own itc-I.k. which brings the aver».;-e Greene, Mrs. Gooding, Mrs. Hy go through the regular course with
of all the above states above that
Portland, A handsome sun parlor work.
the rest of the students. She will
Oregon Gas Tax Below
whose average is $40.03. say, Mrs. Lanway, Mrs. Mills, Mrs. spend her time overhauling engines,
Average of All States and library was provided by Pueblo C. A. Howard, superintendent of of “ Oregon
Oregon is noted for the excel
circles. A directors’ room was fur-
repairing wings and other work
The Oregon State Motor associa-j nished by Spokane, Wash., circles public instruction, will be there Oc- lence of its roads, while several Mrs. Sunell, Mrs. Sitts, Mrs. Biggs, with her class, taking the course
tion points out that although Ore a sewing room by members at
of the states whose assessment is
l as it comes from the dirty repair
gon was the first state in the Cheyenne, and an officers' dining school problem, also Fred Park greater than that of Oregon are H. Robinson, Mrs. F. Robinson, .jobs to the more dififcult stunt
union to use the gas tax as a room by San Francisco circles
not particularly pointed our for
Mrs. Roy Brady, Mrs. Fest, Mrs. flying.
means of collecting revenue for Nearly every one of the 100 bed tion club among the schoo] lead- their road construct’cn.”
“There is no reason why women
Hciber. Mrs. Hornbeck, Mrs. Chris-
highway construction, every state rooms were furnished by circles in
become as capable flyers
in the union, except New York different parts of the country.
I as men” said Tex Rankin, presi-
and Massachusetts, now has adopt-! In company with the grand of Emma Henkle and Mis« Katherine gon wheat fields is jfreatly reduced
The European fruit lecanium, ’ dent of the school and chief in-
this year. Early fall rains have
ed it as an equitable method of ficers, drill teams from Washing Arbuthnot.
Thursday evening the Kiwanis reduced spread of smut spores by which attacks prune trees in Ore ] «tructor. “The growth of the new
metering the Use of the road.
ton, Oregon, Montana and Calif
gon, is controled by spraying with | inddstry which was given shch en-
There are fifteen states in the ornia, took part in the ceremonies club of St. Helens is entertaining clearing the air, hence treatment oil emulsion when the trees are ] ormous impetus by Colonel Lind-
union that now collect a larger.] with the mayor and city officials
next season a clean wheat year dormant, says the entomologist of | bergh and others will probably
gas tax than does Oregon, and1 of Riverside. The dedication of boree.
also. The copper carbonate seed the experiment station. This spray, drew women in largeh number*."
the average of all states is slightly the home followed the biennial dis-
Oregon has 410 acres celery this treatment has given very good re consisting of 5 gallons of oil to
The first half of the course will
greater than the three cents which. trict circle convention in Los An- year. 360 acres last year.
100 gallons of water, is put on the include ground exercises, the study
geles, which celebrated i the increase
Marshfield—100 cars Christmas gon agricultural college have direc trees as early as possible after the I of engines, the theory of flight,
of 14 new circles in the district
ordered by California buy- tions for seed treatment. These are leaves have fallen. Care is taken I and preliminary flying with ■■ tn-
Oregon has 150,000 Angora during the two years I since the trees
to spray bf ire freezing weather I structor. The second half will be
sent free to those desiring them.
Goats, with ideal pasturage and last convention. Long Beach was
Banks—Oregon Telephone Com-
l eta in. The scale is readily recog taken up with solo flving, stunt
market for 2,000,000.
chocen for the next biennial con- pany to have larger office.
Oregon growers sell six carloads nized by the formation of honey- ] work to familiarize the student with
Wheeler—Brighton road complet blooded sheep for shipment to ! dew on the branches, which causes handling the plane, the study of
Astoria—Contracts will be let vention of the southern California
I dist. ict.
ed and opened.
soon for new paper plant.
' smutting of the fruit and foilage. meteorology and air traffic laws.
Will Be Eaten
For Chamber Luncheon
Thanks Organizations Helping
To Swell Park Funds
Good Prcspsols Next Year