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VOLUME 6, NUMBER 11
VERNONIA, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1927.
Favor New County Booklet
Miss Lucy A. Case Will
Hold Nutrition Meetings
There will be a nutrition meet-|
Secretaries of the St. Helens,
ing held at Birkenfeld Wednesday,'
Rainier, Scappoose and Vernonia
October 26, at 10:30 A. M. to 3:30
Chambers of Commerce met in St.
P. M., by Miss Lucy A. Case, nu-
Helens Monday at the request of
trition specialist, of the O. A. C.
the secretary of the st. Helens
chamber for the purpose of de- “The Provisional Government of After Paying For (Building, Lo extension service.
In the morning, Miss i Case will
ciding the advisability of publish-
cal Legion Post Plana To Devote give a demonstration on the
Oregon" i* the Subject of 1928
ing a new Columbia county booklet.
Income To Civic Improvement. 1 milk and in the afternoon a talk
Since the state legislature per- i Contest For Boys and Girls.
rafts the county budget committee
The people of Vernonia demand on “The Training of the Family to
The Oregon Historical society
to set aside $1000 each year for has selected “The Provisional Gov dnd are entitled to a real dance I Goog Eating Habits.”
advertising and development work, I ernment of Oregon” as the subject floor. Therefore, the American Le
The third nutrition meeting for
it was decided to ask for $500 for the 1928 C. C. Beekman con gion is now negotiating to build the
to publish this booklet. Geo. Nelson, test. The prices are four in num . an annex to the present building, w’’l be cerducfcd
by Miss Lucy A.
county agent, and Secretary Clay ber: First, $60; second, $50; third, which with the structure now Case, will be held at Mrs. Pearl I
of St. Helens were appointed to $40; and fourth, $30; and will be standing, will give a floor space Becker’s place, Tuesday, October,
District's Present Policy of Build prepare a copy for the booklet to awarded for the best four original of about 40 by 80 feet, a size 25, from 10:30 A. M. to 3:30 P.M. | Tentative Plans Made to Perfect
Larger Organization of Boy
present to the budget committee. I ' essays on the above named sub- ! that it is thought will accommodate
ing Good Roads Expected
In the morning Miss Case will
Scout Troop in Vernonia
demonstrate the making of sand
To Be Continued
settlement of the logged off lands'or boys over 15 years of age and for many years to come.
wiches and school lunches. In the
Re-orgauization of the local Boy
A notice is being published this in the county can be instituted, ’ under 18 years of age, attending
The amusements of Vernonia are, afternoon she will give a talk on
week by the county court that the secretaries were of the opinion' any public or private school in without question, too few in num “How to Eat and Grow Thin,” Scout troop was effected recently
luaftt., a „uuu
dance “ —
Eat . and .......
Grow . Fat,
..., ” and with the resignation of H. E. Mc
pursuant to a petition signed by that good roads and schools were Oregon. Each of the four prize I ber,
12 freeholders, resident taxpayers needed first. A county Chamber winners will also receive a han'd- floor more in demand. The Ameri-!“The Planning of Balanced Meals.” Graw as scoutmaster and the ap
pointment of Dr. M. D. Cole to
can Legion plans to take care of
and legal voters of road district of Commerce organization was al-1 some bronze medal,
Birthday Party Given.
The conditions governing the this situation by having a real
serve in that capacity for the com-
number 16, a meeting of the legal so recommended, who would look
voters will be held in the court after sending out these folders,1 competition are as follows: The floor. The management will be un en for George Stankey Jr. on his ing year. The committee that will
supervise the activities of the boys’
room of the justice of the peace I each city to send out material on essay must not exceed 2000 words. der the auspices of the Legion and
It may be in handwriting or type first-class wholesome dances will birthday Saturday afternoon at his organization here is composed of
at Vernonia November 12 at 7:30 that place alone.
i home. The afternoon was spent C F. Richer, J. B. Wilkerson, H.
p. ra. for the purpose of voting
A radical change in the form written form, preferably upon pa? be conducted that will be a credit playing games.
E. McGraw, J. C. Lincoln, and M.
a special road tax here, not to of the booklet was recommended, per of commercial letter size, either to the city.
After a Hallowecn lunch was I
exceed 10 mills on the dollar, on since it was thought best that the ruled or unruled, the several sheets
It should be further understood served the little guests departed I E. Moe. Clarence Wardle will con
all taxable property in this road county as . _ a whole should be ad- being numbered consecutively and that the American Legion is purely wishing him many heppy returns1 tinue as assistant scoutmaster.
and no individual atten- written on one side only, with blank c ’nw-nbiding organization and liv
Pleas for a father an.’ oc". ban
of the day. Those present were:
Since it is generally recognized tion paid to any particular ■ com- space of about one and one-quarter ing up to the constitution of this Truman Knight, Bobbie Lamping, I quet in Vernonia were tentatively
inches at top and left-hand margins. country; also that it is not a profit
that good roads are vitally neces munity.
Richard Austin, Junior Thompson,) made at a meeting of the scout
The essay shall be accompanied making organization.
sary to the development of the
Buddie Lamping, Junior Charles-1 masters and the committee Tues
Nehalem valley, there has been lit
j Any profits that may be deriv-1 worth, Barbara D listen and Edna day night. An attempt will be
made to have an official of tho
tle opposition to the active road
the date of his or her <>d from the dances after the build-) Owens.
Portland council of the Boy Scouts
program in the past few years,
| birth, and the name of the school
deliver an address at the banquet
The few suggestions that have
to civic improvements and charity
Katarzyna Jablonski was granted here some time early in November,
been made from time to time tn Mis* Lois Freeman Deliver* Best attended.
of the community, such as helping
a divorce from Adam Jablonski In after which a drive for new mem
the past year for new roads have
Address at C. E. Convention
I the essay a certificate signed by with the city park, tennis courts circuit court at St. Helens Monday. bers will be conducted.
met with little favor.
1 a teacher or instructor of the ed
She was given a one-third interest
The Vernonia Boy Scouts, which
A road from Seappoose to Ver
bulance and a fire engine.
Miss Lois Freeman, a member of ucational institution attended, stat-
the farm and all personal prop is sponsored by the American Le
nonia was proposed, and a road
erty. The sum of $987 in the
from Rainier to Vernonia was pro the Christian Endeavor society
a pupil or student attending the necessities as these will be a sav- Bank of Vernonia was also award-! gion post here, meet every Friday
evening in the Legion hall. Persons
posed, but the amount of travel the Vernonia Christian church, won same.
ed to her.
interested in the organization are
over these routes, it is thought, first prize in the oratorical con-
In order to be considered in
Lewis Lines received a divorce' cordially invited to attend any
would not be sufficient at present test, which was a part of the Wild-! competition the essay must be de- , are fifth in size in Oregon and
to warrant the expenditure, when wood Christian Endeavor conven-, livered, by mail or in person, to support to our organization means at St. Helens Monday from Carrie meetings.
added to the present need of put tion, held in Clatskanie October The Oregon Historical society, Port- support to the community in gen Lines. He was given the care and
ting the roads now in existence In
land, Oregon not later than March eral.
I who are now being cared for by
better condition, where the cost Value of the Christian Endeavor 15, 1928.
W. C. T. U.
The American Legion for a clean his mother living at Koster camp.!
of maintenance would be low in the
Al Smith For
Lester Sheeley represented the
The prize was a gold C. E. pin
| plaintiffs in each case.
and $5 toward expenses to the tition will be numbered and sub city'and community.
mitted, without the names of the
state Christian Endeavor conven- writers
tion to be held at The Dalles in
A lot is being written these days
Petty Thieves Active.
three judges selected by the un-
To Coast Trip Made In April. Miss Freeman will also take to
about the chance of Al Smith being
part in the state C. E. convention.
I nominated by the Democratic party
All competitive essays will be
To the Editor:—Please give no
Others from Vernonia who at judged
according to their general tice as a news item in your paper County Cows Show Increase Over I for president. TJie Democratic pol
tended the convention at Clats
iticians do not want to forget that
Away back in 1905 an auto kanie were Wilburn Chariesworth, merit and excellence; but
the 1 and oblige all concerned:
Month of August
W. C. T. U. has not forgotten
mobile mechanical expert and a George Bernard and Miss Gavena judges ! according to their general
This is the
A total of 604 cows were tested Governor Al Smith’s pre-prohibit-
merit and excellence; but the , thieves begin time of year when
newspaper man started out from | Chariesworth.
judges i will also take into considera- ready complaii operations and al- during the month of September, ac ion record. This record of his in
New York for a motor trip across
nts are numerous in cording to the report of L. J. favor of the liquor traffic, legal
i passing thereon, neatness
the continent to the Pacific coast. !
this office concerning the theft of Bartholomy, the tester. Their aver and otherwise, will be given out
After weeks of battling mud, sand
of manuscript, accurate orthography chickens, turkeys, etc. The only
age production was 690 pounds of in the near future against his
and bad weather, to say nothing of
At,O. A. C. This Year correct grammar and composition, way in which the situation can be milk and 28.8 pounds of fat. This nomination.
numerous breakdowns, the two men
and purity and clarity of diction. handled would be for everyone to
is a slight increase over the Aug-
The National W. C. T. U. in
finally arrived on the coast. Some
The Oregon state library in
Oregon Agricultural college, Cor
on the look-out for such per- ust averages due to a better con- 1 tends to keep before the women ai
of their experiences were really vallis, Oct. 17. The earliest home- Salem has a reading list or biblio be
sons and to apprehend them, call dition of the pastures and also the country that no matter what
i coming in years—October 29—is graphy upon this subject which ing
the sheriff immediately, or if
Their car had been chosen-turning the attention of alumni, will be sent to any Oregon student near one of the towns get in touch the feeding of more grain by some the politicians may say "Al” Smith
is as wet as the Atlantic ocean,
specially for the trip; it had been football fans in general, and many upon request. Books pertaining to with the city marshal and have him
gone over carefully by factory me editors of Oregon toward the state the subject are obtainable in most hold such parties until the sheriff produced over 40 pounds of fat1 Records are being compiled to
tor the month.
I show that from his earliest pol-
chanics and was supposed to be college campus.
Oregon public libraries.
can arrive. Through the coopera-
For herds of less than 10 cows iticial infancy “Al” Smith has be-
Students desiring books should tion of everyone in the county, this
absolutely the last word in auto
All visitors are interested pri-
Fritz Anliker, of Goble was first friended any kind of a saloon as
motive perfection of that day. marily in the big football game apply first to the local library,
Thousands of motorists make this which this year is between the two which, if not having the "books’ matter should be readily stopped. with an average production of 983 long as it was a place to buy
and should 8pcure them from the county ., , Thanking
y°u for your
*°ur aid in pounds
Pounds of milk and 4078
40 78 pounds liquor.
transcontinental trip every year state college teams, Oregon'
< Oregon and
thls matter> 1 am- verY truly yours, of fat for 4 registered Holsteins.
The first matter of notorious
now and thoroughly enjoy it. The Washington, which have
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not met “nu »lai® JlDranes. -
J. H. WELLINGTON, | H. Leibenow of Cornelius was | consequence was
wv„ in favor
roads are better of course, but for two years. As usual seats have i
Library Receive* Donation*
_________________ Sheriff, second with
wsw. an .U average production
prvuuvvivu 1 „f of j Jack
Sorocco ’s* ’s dive?
dive, a" a wide
even when bad roads are encount been reserved for editors of the
The Vernonia city library has
of 708 pounds of milk and 38.80 den of iniquity against which the
ered in combination with bad state who are to be guests of Dr. received
the following donations of Experiments Being Made f I P
pounds of fat for 9 gra ie Jerseys.. decent citizens of New York tried to
weather, the motor tourists come W. J. Kerr, president of the col- books recently from local citizens:
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r-. £ vrwav
—-J 1 invoke
. - _ laws.’ _ When
With Narcissus Bulbs G. , i*>
he was fin-
through without trouble and like lege.
to brag of how few days it re
Building changes on the campus, shall,
2___ , I. M. Kirkwood.
cissus bulbs are being made for P®UI^ds
milk and 32.38^ pounds court the judge dismissed the cn-
quired for the trip, as against the especially the rise of the Memorial
^at ^or 5 registered Holsteins. tjre procecsings on the representa-
weeks required by those motor ] union
_ ;_ • building
„1.™ many Sayles,' <k>nor' Mrs.'w'V’Hammack. the
toward ; which
or herds of 10 to 20 cows, tion of Al Smith, then a city pol-
pioneers of 25 years ago.
.. _ . .
greater fly, lesser fly, and mites
will be a
“Bumper,” Walsh; “Boys From by the horticulture, entomology IJave Hodge of Sauvies Island was jtician. Al Smith said, “There muts
driving special attraction this year. In ad
w’t*1 an averaK® production be some mistake your honor; that
time is being cut down through the dition the women’s building, com- the Ranch,” Webster; “A Man and plant pathology departments
of 978 pounds I of milk and 37.23
, . j
•„ v Four Square,” Bernard; “Do and
development of the modern low- pleted
,withinJheJast year, will be pare,” Alger; “The Hungry Heart.” the O. A. C. experiment station, pounds of fat for 10 grade Hol- saloon is in my district and It is
priced car, according to A. L. open for homecoming visitors.
Phillips; donor Mrs. Dora Wash- The three departments are included steins. W. S. Copeland of Sauvies
McMeans, district manager for the
MAUD J. MILLS,
in this research, for the subject is
Traditional events will begin burn.
Island was second with an average Publicity director for Co. W.C.T.U.
Oakland Motor Car company in Thursday night when the annual
“Pay Gravel,” Pendexter. donor
giving out details of a recent trans homecoming signs will blaze from
of disease, pest control and nor production of 822 pounds of milk
Mrs. E. H. Washburn.
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fat for 15
| and 33.81 . ,
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A. S. Goss Recommended
continental trip in a Pontiac six,
growth of bulbs.
50 fraternities, sororities and halls.
“The Real America in Romance,”
grade Holsteins. Paul Welter of, The
made by Albert Boklan. of Free- Friday night the big noise parade
Columbia county Farm
a set of 14 volumes by John B.
Goble was third with an average L
oan association of the southern
port, Long Island.
and rally will precede the burning Musick, donor Mrs. C. W. Reith-
production of 834 pounds of milk part oj the county recomended A.
When Boklan, in his Pontiac six of the annual rook bonfire.
degrees Centigrade, for two and and
32.58 pounds of fat for 16 ! g. Goss for membership on the
coupe arrived here on the coast
Saturday morning the all college
. farm loan board of district 12
he was just six days away from and exhibition swimming meet will
Good Pheasant Hunting
of this experiment is to get 100
herds of more than 20 at a meeting held Monday evening.
his Atlantic coast home, according begin the day’s events followed by
V. H. Drorbaugh, Chris Vicar, per cent control of pests without
cows, Jacob Rietala of Quincy was Mr. Goss is a practical farmer as
to McMeans. After remaining here mounted wrestling and tug of war C. E. Shoemaker, Ed. Zulick and injury to bulbs or flowers,
first with an average production
only two days, Boklan was on his by Polo club members, the rook Tom Anderson reported good luck
“From the experimental work of 759 pounds of milk and 34.66 well as one of the outstanding men
way back with another six days
of the grange, being master of the
near done up to date we got the best
bag rush and the push
allowing for the trip to complete sophomore
Albany Sunday morning, the limit results by treating them three to pounds of fat for 22 grade Jer j Washington state grange, a mem
seys. Beeson Brothers of Clatskanie
A: is two weeks vacation.
If were second with an average pro ber of the National grange ex
The executive committe of the of 40 birds being brought down by five weeks after being dug.
“When it came to the point of state
ecutive committee. Mr. Goss is in-
editorial association will hold
| treated before that time the flowers
deciding where to go on my va- a special session here Saturday
By getting special permission were considerably injured Dy be duction of 805 pounds of milk and tensly interested in the farm loan
cation I was sort of up a stump,’ morning at 10 o’clock in charge they were able to hunt on farms
system and anxious to see it func-
said Boklan. “Then the idea of of President Robert W. Sawyer, in the vicinity, where they stated ing deformed and after that time Guernsey^ and grade Jerseys. Hen tion so as to render the higs
ry Behrman of Corneilus was third
making a trip to the Pacific coast editor of the Bend Bulletin, and flocks of 40 or 50 pheasants were
increase in weight of the bulbs with an average production of 604 degree of service possible to the
came into my head. So I just start state high commissioner in his spare often sighted.
when later grown,” said M. B. pounds of milk and 32.55 pounds farmer.
ed, allowing six days for the trip moments. All the editors have been
of fat for 28 registered Jerseys
The annual meeting of the I state McKay, plant pathologist.
A special meeting of Circle No.
each way with two days out in invited to be President Kerr’s
Not many of the bulbs are In and grade Jerseys.
4 of the American Legion Auxil
California. If I did not know the guests at luncheon in the college Bee Keepers association will I be
The high pure bred cow for the iary was held at the home of Mrs.
held at Hermiston, November 17, fected but all are being treated
Pontiac so well and have such tea room before the game.
18, 19. Listed among the promin I to insure safety of the entire month is Fayne, a three year old Lillian Washbum Thursday evening.
faith in it after already driving
ent speakers are A. W. Kjosness, j stock, which is valued at $1200. registered • Holstein, owned
by Seven members were present. The
it 7.000 miles, I would not of
course have undertaken such a transportation. I believe that next manager of the Mountain State The experiment station could not Fritz Anliker of Goble. Her record evening was spent in making wash
year I can make the trip and save Honey Producers association, Boise. do this work had it not been for is 1050 pounds of milk and 53.6 cloths for the Veterans Hospital
No. 77 in Portland. Members of
“I figured it would not be •sd a day each way. I have learned Ida., Dr. R. L. Webster, entomolo- the remarkable cooperation of the >ounds of fat.
The high grade cow is Shorty, a the circle are planning to make
expensive as staying closer to something about driving western gist at Washington State college, ! growers who have loaned most of
home at some resort and I was roads that will be a help to me. and George W. York, editor of he stock for the test, according six year old grade Holstein, owned a layette for the state child wel
by Dave Hodge on Sauvies Island. fare committee. Mrs. Leroy Smith
right. I did not spend a penny on The Pontiac will do the work all Bee and Honey, Spokane. Wash. I "o Professor McKay.
• 1er record is 1230 pounds of milk was elected secretary-treasurer of
the car outside of gasoline and oil right, and go as fast as I dare A jack-rabbit drive will be a fea-)
Butter wrappers at the Eagle. and 67.7 pounds of fat.
i ture of the meeting.
and that figured out as very cheap drive it.”
New Committee Plans Father
And Son Banquet Here
Special- Road Taxes To Be
Is Set For November 12
Wins Oratorical Conlest’X"«xd.
Rscoid Miik Production