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VERNONIA, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1927.
Local Churches Will
In five years the output of dairy
products from Idaho increased from
With Special Services
$4,500,00 to $17,000,000 in value.
Dairy Output in Idaho
Shows Large Increase
VOLUME 6, NUMBER 15.
Miss Ruth Young Becomes
Bride of Otto Boeck
Wedding bells rang when Miss
Ruth Young, 26, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. F. J. Young of Olympia,
The value of cheese output during
Wash., became the bride of Otto
the period increased from $1,750,-
Boeck, 30, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Swedish Bible 253 Years Old,
000 to $9,000,000. Stated in terms
Louis A. Boeck of Vernonia, in
Owned by Nels Peterson of Mist,
Service at Evangelical; Thanks-
Vancouver, Wash., Tuesday after-!
of carloads, Idaho in 1921 shipped
I giving Day Service at Chriatian.
noon, November 15.
The bride |
147 cars of dairy products. In
wore a wedding dress of blue silk
1927 the shipments will aggregate
2000 or more cars.
Sunday night was Bible night at and carried a bouquet of white |
Rev. G. W. Plumer, pastor of
These examples illustrate what the Evangelical church, has an- the Church of Christ, when a chrysanthemums.
The wedding took place at the
irrigation and diversified farming nounced that a special Harvest unique and interesting service was
have done for souhern Idaho, while Home and Thanksgiving service will conducted. Rev. Teddy Leavitt dis home of Rev. Chas. E. Baskerville,
it is pointed out by rarm experts be held in that church Sunday played a number of old Bibles print pastor of the First Presbyterian
Mr. and Member* of Various Organization*
Greater Profit is Shown By In- that Vernonia has the advantage of; morning, when a feature of the ed in six languages. The oldest Bible church of Vancouver.
rainfall that will eliminate irriga- service will be a display of pro displayed was that owned by Nels Mrs. J. C. Bond acted as best man
Appointed to Assist in Work
Telligent Feeding of Grain
Peterson of Mist. This Bible was and matron of honor.
To Dairy Herds
duce of the Vernonia district.
Mr. Boeck is an employe of
At Payette is located a coopera-
The request is made that all printed in the Swedish language and
produce be brought in Saturday,
The Red Cross roll call is now
(By George A. Nelson)
producers of butter fat 79 per so that it may be properly arrang 1200 years. The Bible itself is 253 They plan to make their future
under way and will end November
The annual report of the associa cent of the consumer’s dollar. Only
ed for exhibition. The choir is plan
24, according to Mrs. Madge Rog
tion covering the period from May one other cooperative creamery in ning special music for the occasion.
The oldest Bible in the English friends extend their best wishes
ers, who has been appointed chair-
1, 1926 to April 30, 1927 shows the United States has a better re-! At noon a basket dinner will be' language was owned by Mr. Leavitt for the happiness of the couple.
man of the Vernonia district. In
that a total of 55 different herds cord. There is at Caldwell, Idaho,! served in the church social rooms. and is 116 years of age. Another
the past Vernonia has supplied but
were tested during this period. another cooperative creamery re The Women’s Missionary society j English Bible was that owned by
a small sum that was donated to
Several special herd tests were cently established which is return-1 will give a pageant, “Challenge of j Mrs. Nellie Baker of Vernonia. It P.-T. A. Attendance
this work, but Mrs. Rogers is op
run that no permanent record was ing to the producer of butter fat the Cross.”
was purchased by her grandfather
timistic in believing that the sup
kept on. During April, the last 71 cents out of the consumer’s dol
from Abraham Lincoln and was
Thanksgiving Day Services.
port this year will be quite strong.
month in the association year, a lar. This is a remarkable contrast
A Thanksgiving day program will!
The next regular meeting of
Vernonia has always fallen down
total of 35 herds were tested. A between the ordinary return of 30
French, Greek, Hebrew and Ger
total of 22 herds completed the per cent of the consumer’s dollar be conducted by Rev. Teddy Leav-| man. The largest Bible on display' the Vernonia Parent-Teacher asso in the membership, but not in the
years’ test of twelve months.
to the average agricultural pro itt at the Church of Christ Thurs- was a family Bible owned by Mrs. ciation will be held at the high services received from the Red
day, November 24, at 10:30 a.m.
school at 3:30 p.m. Friday. A large Cross through the services of the
The public is cordially invited for J. A. McDonald. It contained two! crowd is expected as the annual nurse, Miss Nina Little, Mrs. Rog-
ed during Jhe year aqd 445 cows
prayer and praise service at this1 English versions: King James and contest of parents present will be ers pointed out.
Berean Class Has Party.
completed the years’ test of 8
gin with that meeting. The school
The different organizations and
The Berean class of the Church
At this service the Church of class having the greatest number
months or more. The average pro-
The Church of Christ is also
lodges are being worked by mem-
duction of the 445 cows was 7929
i planning a big family dinner on Christ was presented with a beauti of parents present will receive a bers at their meetings. If this plan
pounds of milk and 317.4 pounds ening at the home of Fay Webster. Thanksgiving day. Any employe of ful and costly pulpit Bible by Mr. < cash award of $2.50 to be used
There were about 20 present to the mill who does not have a home and Mrs. Ira Mann of St. Louis, I as the class decides. Every parent proves effective no house to house
of fat. A total of 210 cows pro
duced over 300 pounds of butter enjoy the entertainment furnished in Vernonia is especially invited Mo., in memory of their parents, I is urged to come to vote. Anyone canvass will bp made. Posters will
fat; 96 cows produced over 350 by Miss Phoebe Greenman and to this dinner. And all others who Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Wells and who has no children in school is be given all organizations who sub
scribe 100 per cent, and the chair
pounds of butterfat; 43 cows pro Bodie Hieber, who acted on the would like to have dinner with this Mr. and Mrs. John A. Mann. The privileged to cast one vote.
man hopes that all these posters
duced over 400 pounds of butterfat social committee.
I group are cordially invited, stated
The association will have the will be used.
and 3 cows produced over 500
bound in black leather.
pleasure of hearing Miss Lenora
A partial list of the organiza
eight year old grade Holstein, own I Mr. Leavitt.
pounds of butterfat.
Kizer’s official report on her trip tions and their respective workers
ed by Max Widmer, of St. Johns,
In a comparison of the two high was fifth with a production of II,- Synthetic Fertilizer
to the state convention. Dr. R. I. follows:
and two low producing herds it 704 pounds of milk and
Study club, Mrs. Frank Hanson;
Expect $140 a Month Hall will also give a short talk.
Mrs. Judd Greenman is the P.-T. Grade Teachers club, Mrs. Mabel
was found that the average per pounds of fat.
cow in the two high herds totaling
A. chairman of Red Cross work, Nichol; High School Teachers club.
In comparing the yearly records
45 cows, was 7399 pounds of milk|
University of Oregon, Eugene, ' which will be taken up at this Miss
With the replacing of horses by
of the Beeson brother’s herd it
and 378.4 pounds of fat, compar-
Anyone who has not Teacher association, Mrs. Judd
tractors and trucks the farmers Oregon November 14, (Special) — meeting.
ed to 6860 pounds of milk and!
associa- and gui'.-rners are beginning to The student at the University of! joined will be given an opportunity Greenman; American Legion, M.
264.2 pounds of fat in the two low! for their first year in the pounds under where the barnyard ferti- Oregon who is taking business ad-1 to do so at the Friday meeting, as E. Moe; Masons, J. C. Lindley; K.
(1923-24) was 7279
herds totaling 66 cows. This leaves' tion
'ministration can look forward to an effort will be made to secure of P., E. S. Thompson; Eastern
of milk and 305.7 pounds of fat ' er for the future is coming from.
a bslar.ee of 539 pounds of milk i
Oregon experiment station see- an income of approximately $140 a 100 per cent membership.
Star, Mrs. Space; I. O. O. F., Par
and i 14.2* pounds of fat in favor'
a month or $1680 annually within! At the last regular meeting of ry Mellinger; Rebekahs, ,yrs. t.
8 months or more. Of this number .’ the approaching “famine” has
a year after he is graduated. With the association the members listen-1D. Cameron; W. R. C., Mrs. Nannie
of the two high herds.
17 were 2 and 3 year old’ heifers. developed a method by which grain
In comparison of the ten high I In 1926-27 their yearly average straw can be made into synthetic in a period of not more than four ed to an instructive talk by Fred,'Holl! W. C T. U., Mrs. Alma Mills;
months his expectation can be $135 Park of Portland, state chairman j Neighbors of Woodcraft, Mrs. M.
and ten low producing cows it was I
s 7601 pounds of milk and 382.1 manure. This manure has been tried
found that the high cows averaged! pounds of fat from 31 cows that gainst plots with barnyard manure or $1620 a year.
of Americanization. He
I' explained [ filler.
11,284 pounds of milk and 495.61 completed the years’ test. Of this and commercial fertilizers, with
These figures were compiled how Americanization classes can be I The church membership is being
pounds of fat worth $259.00 and number 18 were 2 and 3 year old the synthetic manure giving equally from a questionnaire answered by i conducted and advised that a can worked and workers for the other
a profit over cost of feed of $190.- heifers. This leaves a balance of as good results as the other, if 11 graduates of the class of 1926 vass be made to ascertain if enough lodges will soon be found
15. The low cows averaged 4454' 76.4 pounds of fat per cow in fav- not better.
and 15 graduates from the class foreigners were interested to form
October Report of Cow
Ground limestone is added at of 1927 of the school of admin a class.
pounds of milk and 166.3 poundsjQr of thg i 926-27 record, . At an
of fat worth $97.95 and a profit of average price of 50c per pound for
Testing Association Made
pounds^ for every istration. It was also learned only
Farewell Shower Given.
$43.55 over cost of feed. This' butterfat this means a profit
control the reaction.) three out of 11 members of the
■ ] | Ammonium sufate and acid phos- class of 1926 are at all dissatisfied i Mrs. Judd Greenman was host
leaves a balance in favor of the $38.20 more per cow now than in
A total of 32 herds were tested
high producing cows of 6830 pounds 1923 with practically no lncrease
1--------- 1 Phate at the rate of 50 and 60 with their present position. The ess at a farewell shower given during the month of October with
of milk and 329.3 pounds of fat in cost of labor and only a small Pounds
others all answered “satisfied.” In Tuesday afternoon of last week I
nutrients which the class of 1927, which was grad in honor of Mrs. W. L. Garner. a total enrollment of 689 cows
and a profit of $146.60 over cost increase in feed cost per cow. 5UPPh
These nutrients together, uated last June, only three of the Light refreshments were served by of which number 108 cows are
I This herd has been tested contin- Went»,
dry. Their total production
For herds of 8 cows or more, uously since 1923 and their yearly supply a balanced ration for the, 15 answering were “dissatisfied.” the hostess.
Among those present were Mes- 391,352 pounds of milk and
holding the highest average yearly production records have steadily in decomposition organisms. After the
The questionnaire also showed
864.1 pounds of fat. Their average
production, Beeson Brothers,
of creased each year. The average treatment of the straw is complete1 that three students of the class of da..’*s Gründen. Mann, Strong, Da
production (including dry cows)
Clatskanie, were first with an av herd test in 1923 was 4.2 per
1926 are now engaged in farming,
was 568 pounds of milk and 24.45
erage production of 7601 pounds cent and in 1926 it was 5.0 per
and they consider this as a business.
pounds of fat. 71 cows produced
of milk and 382.1 pounds of fat cent. This has been accomplished makes good manure after a period Not one of the three showed any ner, W. F. Browning, and Green
over 40 pounds of fat for the
for 31 grade Jerseys and grade mainly through weeding ou; the of 4 to 6 months. One ton of straw inclination to leave the farm un man.
month of October.
Guernseys that were on test for 8 lower testing cows and low pro will make two tons of good ferti less a salary substantially above
Rebekahs Meet at Rainier
A new system is being inaugurat
months or more. Henry Behrman, ducers, commonly known as the
the average would be received.
The Rebekahs of district 5 of ed in all the testing associations
Kelp plants, braken ferns or
of Cornelius, was second with an “star boarders” and by the feed
This “expectation figure”
is Columbia county met in Rainier of the state of Oregon during the
average production of 7197 pounds ing of a good balanced grain ration other organic refuse may similarly somewhat higher than the amounts! Monday of last week, with repre ! month of September and October in
of milk and 374.7 pounds of fat according to the productive ability!
actually received by the students, sentations present from all the computing the individual herd av
with his herd of 14 registered Jer of each cow. Their roughage cost appreciable amount of potassium. and it was arrived at by asking | county lodges. State officers pres- erages. All the dry cows that are
seys and grade Jerseys. Hammer was less than $40.00 average per
the question, “How much salary IenI were Miss Etta Sanderson, enrolled in the herd books are in-
brothers, of Deer Island, were third cow and grain cost les sthan $30 process gardeners and others are would you desire if you were of- president of the Rebekah assembly, ! eluded with the cows In milk
with an average production of average per cow in 1926.
fered a new position.” The actual ' Mrs- Leona Theil, grand master of ' when computing each herd average.
for barnyard manure.
10,959 pounds of milk and 362.0
The high herds without exception,
Mrs. This system will be used from now
increase over the present salaries' assembly,
pounds of fat for 14 registered practice grain feeding the year
Natal Grange Has Meeting.
is not believed to be more than ! Mary Lancaster and Jessie Jarvis. on in all the associations so as
Holsteins. E. J. Brocks, of Cornelius around. It is commonly believed
Visitors were present from Mon to have them all on a standard
Natal Grange held its annual $5 a month, which would make the
was fourth with an average pro that in the spring and summer meeting Saturday night. There net income of 1926 graduates ave tana, Idaho and Washington. Mrs. basis. Only the high herd in each
ductiorf of 7003 pounds of milk grain feeding is not necessary, but were about 26 members present, rage $135 a month, , and that of Rada Stykes of Fern lodge was in class will be given each month.
and 357.6 pounds of fat for his 8 records will bear out the state- including six visiting members from 1927 $130.
charge of the convention and ev-
The high herd over 20 cows for
I ment that the intelligent feeding Wienema Grange at Birkenfeld.
ery member of the program was October is Beeson brothers,
It is pointed out that these present.
Herds of less than 8 cows are of grain while the cows are on
This meeting was the first after
Clatskanie. They have 31 cows on
not included in the yearly average, pasture will hold t' <f test up and Pomona Grange, which was held in
test; whose average production was
Clatskanie Man Killed
but honorable mention must be there is no late summer slump in Vernonia November 5. Many ques figures, and represent the amounts
685 pounds of milk and 35.11
made of Rudy Anliker’s herd of production as where pasture is de tions were discussed and decided
pounds of fat. This herd is com-
registered Holsteins, at Goble. The pended entirely upon for feed. and the members initiated George proving themselves. That advance-
prised of grade Guernseys and
ment is often rapid is shown by river train one-quarter mile east of’
yearly average of the four cows The production through the fall Marti of Mist.
Kerry. Death was thought to have «rade Jerseys,
that were on test for 8 months or and winter will also be better as
After the meeting dancing was
been instantaneous. The body was
F,,r herd,‘ of 12 to 20 cows,
more was 11,090 pounds or milk a result of feeding grain during enjoyed and refreshments were class of 1926 would require a sal-
, Jacob Rietala, at Quincy, has the
; the pasture season, even though the served, The next meeting will be ary of $250 a month in order to
and 360.1 pounds of fat.
I high herd. His herd of 20 grade
induce him to change, another asks day morning.
'Jerseys produced an average of
The honor cow of the association pasture is of the best. It is quite held in the Grange hall Saturday
812 pounds of milk and 37.43
for 1926-27 was Whiz Bang, a a problem when grain and feed night, November 26.
more than $150. The fact that
pounds of fat.
five year old grade Holstein, own cost so high, but if you no more
Girl Named For Armistice
women are willing to work for a
'I he high herd under 12 cows is
ed by the Beeson brothers, of Clat than break even on the grain fed
Mrs. Belle Watson’s herd of 5
skanie. Her record was 13,393 in the spring and summer you will the little girl that arrived at the as $100 a month, brings down
rrade Jerseys, located near Scap-
pounds of milk and 562.3 pounds be doubly repaid on the grain and home of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Field-
average, it is. pointed out.
•- Ut poose. Their average production
of fat. Fawn, a six year old grade roughage fed in the fall and win- ing on Armistice day. Other recent
Grange Has Pie Social
was 695 pounds of milk and 34.24
Guernsey, was second with a year ter. Some farmers will say that arrivals are: Clavie
Raymond Hodges had a narrow
A pie social to which the public pounds of fat.
ly production record of 12,159 grain feeding is a good idea, but daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
The high honor cow of the as
pounds of milk and 558.6 pounds it does not pay. But the figures Stubbs, and born November 9. Mr. escape from serious injury Mon , was invited was given by Yankton
of fat. She is also owned by Bee previously referred to indicate that and Mrs. H. J. Feilberg announce day afternoon when crossing Bridge grange in their hall Saturday even- sociation for October is Brownie,
street between Second and Third. ing. In addition to a miscelaneous a three year old grade Guernsey,
son brothers. Bigun, a five year it does pay.
the birth of a boy, Ivan Dell, at
In dodging between cars he step assortment of pies placed on sale, owned by Beeson
By raising a good quality hay, their home November 5.
brothers , of
old grade Holstein, was third with
ped in front of the Ford delivery there was also an interesting lit- Clatskanie. Her production recorf
a production of 13,291 pounds ot such as alfalfa, clover or vetch
truck driven by Wm. Aspland, whoderary and musical and literary is 1122 pounds of milk and 68.4
milk and 519.1 pounds of fat. She and oats, and good quality silage,
pounds of fat. The second high
Ruby Miller and W. C. Tisdale although stopping within a few feel! program.
is also owned by Beeson brothers, kale or roots and tubers for your
Ross Daniels, whose fame as a cow is No. 10 a grade Jersey, 4
No. 8, a six year old grade Jersey, roughage; and by the buying of of Vernonia were married in Olym could not prevent one wheel pass-
owned by E. J. Brocks, of Cor- proper grains to balance the home pia. Wash., Saturday. They will ing over the boy’s body, according pie auctioneer is widespread, of- year sold, owned by Herman Lie-
nelius, was fourth with a prodnc- grown grains, yoti will have gone make their home in Vernonia. M t . to those who witnessed the acci-1 ficiated at the auction block in benow, of Cornelius. Her produc
tion of 10.612 pounds of milk and a long ways towards solving your Tisdale is employed at the Johns- dent. He suffered only minor! such a way as to bring a good tion record is 1355 pounds of milk
‘ sum into the treasury;
• ton-McGraw shingle mill.
1 and 67.8 pounds of fat.
487.8 pounds of fat. Molly, an feeding problems.
Unusual Records Made By
Some Gounty Kerds
Good Support is Expected