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About Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 15, 1927)
Thursday, December 15, 1927.
Sustained demand for the Pon you can go to war as a Red Cross struggling, expecting with each tide
W. O. W. Vernonia camp No. 655
Six during the season when nurse and I am sure you would to grasp the will-o’-the-wisp of life,
meets every Monday night
sales normally are ex look much more womanly and beau- something incessantly whispers to
thirty at the Grange Hall, Visiting Rebekah Lodge No. 243
At a special meeting of the school I pected to decrease, and anticipa pretty hat over her touseled head us and beckons us on to progress.
No. 243, I.O.O.F., meets every sec
weary brain, "What was Christ
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board in the evening of December tion of still greater public accep- and
born for, girls?” Silence was the
ond and fourth Thursdays in
ROBERT LINDSEY, C. c.
8, 1927, for the purpose of laying tance in 1928, have prompted the only answer; nobody seemed to
Grange hall, Vernonia. Visitors al pian3 to meet the present outbreak
C. C. DUSTEN CLERK.
company ugain to expand its pro know.
Our present day history, in dei
of smallpox in the grade schools | duction capacity, Mr. Glancy ex-
Mrs. Viola Treharne, N.G.
fying the position of the first Am
Vernonia Lodge, No. 184 A.
of Vernonia, Oregon, it was voted plained.
Mrs. Hazel Thompson, Sec.
erican woman, relates that she not
after due consideration to the Ore-
F. & A. M., meets at Grange
Together the three assembly lines only cooked, sewed and built the
I gon law, which follows:
Hall every Second and
! will be able to produce 120 Pontiac wigwam, but | .sed the M nt
144. Person» Afflicted With Con- I Sixes per hour or one gomplete car crops of corn, beans and melons,
Fourth Thursday nights.
and in journeying from one hunt
J. MASON DILLARD
I every 30 seconds. The Pontiac Six ing ground to another, she carried
' ’V' ' Visitors Welcome
Any board of directors may, on' factory thus will have a produc the wigwam, poles and furs, and is
K. A. McNeill, Secretary.
LOCAL AND TELEGRAPH
Next to Carkin Cleaning Works account of the prevalence of any. tion capacity of 1080 cars per nine called the drudgt.
But with all, she had an influ-
contagious disease or to prevent the hour day. This, together with the
Here Every Wednesday
over her husband and chil-
spread of such contagious disease, I 720-car daily capacity of the two ence
prohibit the attendance of any new Oakland All-American Six as-
Then we drift along for around
I.O.O.F.—Vernonia Lodge No.
teacher or scholar upon any school sembly lines in the Oakland fac- four- centuries when we discover
• DR. ELLA WIGHT
246 meets every Tuesday night
under their control, and may speci- tory, will give a total capacity of in 1920, and in this same book,
DR. C. J. WIGHT
at 8 o’clock, in Grange hall, Vis-
fy the time during which such 1800 automobiles during each nine this time with much pride, that
can do the work of men. |
itors always welcome.
teacher or scholar shall remain hour day, or one unit every 18 womtn
Considering that the original idea
Blood Pressure Examination
M. E. Graven, N. G.
of women’s entrance into politics
Rheumatism, Neuritis, Stomach,
John Glassner, Secretary.
prohibit the attendance of any un-
The car assembly plant, where was to purify it with her womanly
Liver and Intestinal Troubles
her womanly instincts
vaccinated child, who has not had the third pontiac Six assembly line
qualities, it would lead one to Your telephone company,
AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY
the smallpox, upon the schools i8 being installed, is one of the and
think that somebody had lost the
under their control, and shall also' $12,000,000 group o buildings, fin- step. No law ever gave a woman
*- Meets first and third Mon-
by a steadily
have power to decide how far re-1 isheii early ¡n 1927 which provided the outlook of a man.
mail. No law owned
L;‘ days of each month at
can ever make a man 1 a man if
the Legion Hall.
case or cases of smallpox have oc- factory. In anticipation i of the his mother has failed to make him growing list of individual
curred in the city or district. , (O' eventual need for higher produc
I expect by the time we are in stockholders,
tion, space for a thigd car assembly politics a few hundred years,
Oregon L. 5045.)
To advise all parents to have line was left between the two pres will realize more and . more, that one function to fulfill.
119, American Le.
this old world carries a copyright
their children who have not been ent assembly lines. This foresight on a few little ways of its own.
gion. Meets second
That is to serve to the
. vaccinated within the last seven
However, that women should feel
and fourth Tues-
DR. W. H. HURLEY
Si days each month, 8
The $12,000,000 Pontiac Six der. Progress is the very incentive best of its ability the ter-
I pox, to be vaccinated and thereby
H. E. Me-
DENTISTRY AND X-RAY
factory group was built simultane of life itself.
' Graw, Commander.
| attend school as usual.
I sometimes find myself compar-I
Evenings by Appointment
ously with the expenditure of $3,- , ing the unrest of women and the ritory in which it oper-
R. I. HALL,
Office over Brown Furniture Store.
City Health Officer. 000,000 for increasing and improv struggles of the human family, to : ates.
Chapter 153, O. E. S. Vernonia
ing the manufacturing facilities of the tides of the ocean. To the
the Oakland Six factories.
waters, which with all their efforts
G. W. Plumer, Pastor.
rertain point, when I
WOMEN AND PROGRESS
M. D. COLE
i The Sunday school meets at 9:45
the ebb tide returns them to deep
i a.m. Rev. C. C. Poling, presiding
All visiting sisters
And of such has been the story
elder of this district, will preach ters have had the special legisla- of life in the ages gone by, and
that the American women have
Saturday evening at 7:30 and hold tion
such will be the story in the
Oregon ( the second quarterly conference, 1 heard a very learned judge ages to come.
Bessie Tapp, W. M.
With the human family forever
Leona McGraw. Secretary.
and also Sunday morning at 11 say once that all good law is
a.m. and hold communion service, founded on fair judgment, is and a listening, and reaching out,
while lawmaking no doubt
The young people’s meeting will great Recreation, if we begin turn
be at 7 p.m. and the pastor will ing them out too fast, we might
overlook the foundation of some of
preach at 8 p.m.
11 m and then, in trying to keep
track of so many new laws we
In the County Court of the State might forget the old and more
of Oregon For Columbia County
important ones. Still another and
more serious aspect, as a result
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
so many laws, we, before we
IN THE MATTER OF THE
realize it (to use some very old
words) would have a nation of
J. P. SHEELEY, DECEASED.
laws and not of men, which would
Notice is hereby given that the be a very undesirable situation.
We have more rights than men
undersigned administratrix of the now,
only the right to go to war
estate of J. P. Sheeley, deceased, and fight is denied us, even then
Portland Depot—Park and Burnside
has filed her final account in the
matter and court above mentioned, MARK EVERY GRAVE
By St. Helens—
and that Monday the 16th day of Memorials in Granite and Marble
Lv. Vernonia 7:10 a.m., 11:10 a.m., 5:50 p.m. con
January, 1928 at the hour of 2
At Reduced Prices
o’clock p.m. of said day, has been
WRITE FOR PARTICULARS
fixed as the time, and the court
Lv. Portland 7:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. except Sunday,
MRS. M. N. LEWIS & CO
room of the court above entitled in Fourth and MAin St.
4:00 p.m. Sun. only, 6:10 p.m. connection ex
Columbia County Court house at
cept Sunday. 7:00 p.m. Sunday only.
St. Helens, Oregon, the place for
the hearing of objections to said
Forest Grove Connection—
final account and the settlement
Did you ever consider giving yourself a
Lv. Vernonia 8:00 a.m., 3:00 p.m., 5:40 p.m. Sat
Christinas gift? Here is a real worth while
urday and Sunday.
W. A. Harris, Attorney. Ellen Shee
Christian Endeavor Decem
gift that you can give yourself—a gift
Lv. Portand 9:00 a.m. except Sun., 4:00 p.m. ex
Date of first publication Dec. 15, ber 19 At the high school
that will grow in worth as the years go by.
cept Sun., 1 p.m. Sun. only, 7 p.m. Sat. & Sun.
auditorium. Other features
A gift that you can depend upon in time
12, just as interesting are being
of need—a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with
Now Through Service to Portland
Give Yourself a Christmas
The Dark Secret
this strong bank.
contracted. There will be a
Basket Social following the
Prize for the best
Bible school 10 a.m., “The Early
Prophets of Israel.” The Bible basket.—Watch these col
school children are working on our umns next week.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
RANK OF VERNONIA
Christmas program which will be
given Saturday night, December 24,
all children interested are asked to
meet at the church every day af-
ter school for practice.
Communion and morning worship
11a.m. Christian Endeavor 6:30 p.
m., God’s Kindness and Our Own.”
Wilburn Charlesworth, leader.
Evening service 7:30, “The Un-
Pardonable Sin.” Bible study and
choir rehearsal Thursdays 7:15
nd 8:15 p.m. Endeavorcrs will give
program and play, “A Dark Se
cret,” followed by a box social
December 29 in the high school
Inilrd for Disorderly Conduct.
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for Riiutiiaiiìtiì i
Buick for 1928 combines exqv 'ite beauty
with unmatched get-away, power and
Step into our showroom todr
the model which is best si
family’s needs. Pay on the ’
A. C. time payment plan,
lelivery on Ch’ istmas day-
Frank Austrom plead guilty guil-
in Judge Reasoner’s court Mon-
■y morning to two counts, disor-
■rly conduct and being intoxicat
ed in a public cafe. He was fined
$25 and $40 respectively. Being
unable to pay the fine, he was
.it in jail for a period of 33 days.
Marshal Kelly has issued a warn-
ng that any sort of disorderly con-
net in Vernonia restaurants or
cafes will be dealt with severely,
t numerous complaints have arisen
'-om h■> ’1 restaurant folk of im-
•i.l’ict on the part of
of» 'lol other
•.os have been given
C. Nicar, who with
left for a six weeks
•t in Texas.
T. I. E. D.
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these' remarkably low
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(A big tire, eert'tin to give lowes*
cost per mile.
(Unsurpassed at any price)
31x5.00 Balloon (30 x4.95) $12 90
(A double oversize for 29x4.40.
Can be used on either drop center
or regular rims)
30x5 Heavy Duty Cord, 8 ply.........
(Best for the long haul or the
32x6 Hoary Duty Cord ....$39.75
(A naw track tiro to fit 30x5
Re sure to use T. I. E. D.
Heavy gauge. Tough age
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An All-American Christmas. The whole family
gathered for this happy day. Gifts . . . laughter
. .. lights on a heavily-laden Christmas tree ...
And a shiny, new All-American Six outside . . •
The very gift for the All-American family—for
the family that appreciates American ideals of
motor car beauty—that has American ideas of
motor car luxury ... Give them an All-American
Six this Christmas—and make it the merriest
Christmas the family has ever known!
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Coupo, limi; Sport Roadotor, 41075; 4-door Sodan,
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