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Thursday, December 22, 1927
W. O. W. Vernonia camp No. 655 In the County Court of the State rub lightly with a cut onion and expenses such as insurance
put a few uncooked cranberries in iums or taxes must be met. More
of Oregon For Columbia County
meets every Monday night at sevc:
or less problematical is the ques-
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
thirty at the Grange Hall. Visiting
Pineapple rings with cress make tion of new furnishings or equlp-
IN THE MATTER OF THE
an attractive garnish for guinea ment; or the amount that niust 'I
ROBERT LINDSEY, C. C.
hen roasted in pineapple juice. go to doctors and dentists, and con
J. P. SHEELEY, DECEASED.
How to be a welcome dinner guest
C. C. DUSTEN CLERK.
Notice is hereby given that the Curls of bacon and celery hearts sequently the amount that can be —is equally a3 important as how to
are used the same way for broil saved. A good budget is one that be a charming hostess.
Vernonia Lodge, No. 184 A. undersigned administratrix of the ed quail and orange sauce.
takes all these points .into con-, No doubt there is not one of us
estate of J. P. Sheeley, deceased,
F. & A. M., meets at Grange has filed her final account in the
Gooseberry jelly makes a good sideration and
i A keeps
the definitely who Isn't anticipating being a guest
Hall every Second and matter and court above mentioned, I substitute for cranberry jelly as known expenses well within the at some friend's dinner table during
anticipated income, leaving a fair this holiday season. How shall we
Fourth Thursday nights.
and that Monday the 16th day of a relish for poultry or game.
margin for the uncertain be pleasant guests and make our com
January, 1928 at the hour of 2
pany desired? The first and last rule
Stem Rot Hard to Combat
and for emergencies. After of course is to follow the lead of our
K. A. McNeill, Secretary. o’clock p.m. of said day, has been
making the budget on a yearly hostess and be considerate always.
fixed as the time, and the court
satisfactory yields in western Ore basis, it is helpful to plan foij There are so many little customs
room of the court above entitled in
gon because of the disease known each month separately and in • ad- that art» important and no proper
Columbia County Court house at
as stem rot. There is no practical vance, so that as expenditures are guost can ignore them. Invitations to
St. Helens, Oregon, the place for
I.O.O.F.—Vernonia Lodge No. the hearing of objections to said control measure for this disease. made they can be compared with dinner should be answered within
246 meets every Tuesday night final account and the settlement It is much better to grow vetch, the original estimate in each cate twenty-four hours after receiving, in
alfalfa, or red clover, depending gory. Sometimes it becomes evident the same style as received, either for
at 8 o’clock, in Grange hall. Vis- thereof.
conditions and use that the that a larger allotment must be' mal or informal.
itors always welcome.
W. A. Harris, Attorney. Ellen Shee upon
M. E. Graven, N. G.
crop is to be put to, the experi- made in one field, or that less i We must plan to arrive not more
than ten minutes before the hour tor
John Glassner, Secretary.
would do in another, and corres-' dinner. On no account short of acci
Date of first publication Dee. 15, ment
dent must a guest be late tor a din
Clover is Cheapest
the yearly and monthly plans.
AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY .Date of last publication Jan. 12,
That clover is the most cheaply
When dinner is served and an
produced hay crop in Oregon when
Meet» first and third Mon 1928.
I nounced the guests ent: . the dinning
the stand has been seeded with
day* of each month at
I room and take their pl . , according
the Legion Hall.
NOTICE OF CALL OF BONDS grain has been determined by the
to the arrangement of the hostess.
Guests will stand behind their chairs
Notice is hereby given to the
“The Road to Romance”
t’.ntil the hostess by seating herself,
holders of the following bonds of cost of production of clover hay
“The Road to Romance,” the
the City of Vernonia, Columbia when seeded with grain was $7.38' Ramon Novarro starring vehicle to gives the signal to be seated. From
which side of the chair? Really a
in 1925 and 1926 as compared with'
119, American Le- County, Oregon;
$10.29 for vetch, $9.11 for alfalfa, be shown at the Rose theatre Sat trivial matter, but to be perfectly cor
U gion. Meets second
Bonds No. 8, 9, and 10
rect we seat ourselves from the left
and fourth Tues- improvement bonds, dated January and $8.77 for cheat, taking the urday, is a screen version of Jo- side.
seph Conrad’s most famous sea
s?days each month, 8 1, 1925, said bonds being in de state as a whole.
The napkin is par; ally unfolded,
and pirate story, Marceline Day
H. E. Me-
only partially, and spr ad on the lap.
Current Question» Discussed
Graw, Commander. nomination of $500 each; All of the
has the featured feminine role.
spoons are always laic in ths saucer,
above bonds being redeemable at
O. A. C. Corvallis, Dec. ^19—Lo-
“The Irresistible Lover”
never left standing iu the cup. Used
the option of said city on Jan., l,!ca] grange leaders and Mrs. Min-]
Nehalem Chapter 153, O. E. S.
1928. That pursuant to said option, I n;e e . Bond, state lecturer, are! Norman Kerry, star of many of knives or folks are n er laid back
Regular communi- said bonds will be redeemed within appearing regularly on the Wed- ! the screen’s greatest dramas, will on the table cloth. The knife when not
cation first and 30 days from the date of this no- nesday night grange hour over the be seen for the first time as a In use is placed across the edge of
third Wednesdays tice, to-wit: On
First day of “oHege 7a7iô ^Ïa7on,‘‘ K0 a “ c ?‘ c71-< full-fledKed eom«dian
“The Ir’ the plate.
When a course ls finished we lay
month. January 1928, upon presentation to
lege speakers, including Dr. Mil
knife and fork on the plate, the tines
All visiting sisters the City Treasurer.
lton N. Nelson, head of the econ-j | the Rose theatre Sunday. Kerry is of the fork turned up, and the handles
and brothers wel
In case the holders of said bonds omics department, add to the pro co-starred with Lois Moran in the directly in front so that they will
not be in the'way of the person re
fail to present same at the time1 grams with discussions of current picture.
Catherine McNeill, W. M.
moving the plate.
“The Border Cavalier”
and place mentioned herein for , political and economic questions,
Leona McGraw, Secretary.
Ereakfng bread or crackers into a
the redemption thereof, then the j In a series of talks of farm relief
Galloping horses ridden by men
interest thereon ssall cease and the ’ plans, Dr. Nelson scheduled an ad who know no fear and have a reck plate of soup dates ba^k to the nur
And to pick up a large piece of
agency aforesaid will thereafter dress on the grange debenture plan less disregard for danger create sery.
bread and leave a row of teeth marks
Rebekah Lodge No. 243 pay only the amount of such bond ; for December 21 at 8.
an atmosphere of the old west in In one corner is equally unpardonable.
No. 243, I.O.O.F., meets every sec and the interest accured thereon
“The Border Cavalier,” coming to Break off a small piece of bread at a
Disorderly in Restaurant
ond and fourth Thursdays in up to the said first day of Jan
the Rose theatre Monday.
time, butter it and eat it. In eating
Wm. Hanson was arrested by1
Grange hall, Vernonia. Visitors al uary 1928.
meat cut oft a bit at a time as de
“On Your Toes”
Dated at Vernonia, Oregon on
regular Denny special, at the sired and eat alternately with other
Mrs. Viola Treharne, N.G. this 1st day of December, 1927.
accompaniments of the meat course.
having'R°se ^ea^re Tuesday and Wednes-
Don’t be a “finicky” guest! Nevei
Mrs. Hazel Thompson, Sec.
J. C. Lindley, Treasurer, I a public restaurant and 1------ „ I day.
embarrass a hostess! In rare in
City of Vernonia, Ore. liquor in his possession.
stances if a dish is something that we
He plead guilty before Judge
Reasoner Monday morning and was
With his second Paramount riof heartily dislike we may be pardoned
J. MASON DILLARD
fined $40 on the possession charge, |of fun, “Special Delivery,” Eddie *-or toy'n8 with our bread or enjoying
former roystering ' an otlve or two until the next course.
(From School of Home Economies) 1 and $30 on the disorderly conduct Cantor,
Our manner shows best that we
blackface of the far-famed follies, | have enjoyed the hospitality of our
Next to Carkin Cleaning Works
In making variations of muffins charge. The fines were paid.
at hostess. The welcome guest is as
combine fruits or nuts with flour
Here Every Wednesday
Requests Honorary Degree
the Rose theatre.
to prevent settling. When done,
gracious in accepting a3 the hostess
University of Oregon, Eugene,
muffins are double in bulk, loose j
is in offering. It you have a special
Dec. 19—An honorary degree of
question about being a guest or host
in the pan and spring back when!
DR. ELLA WIGHT
some kind was recently requested
ess—write to Martha Meade, Home
DR. C. J. WIGHT
from the University of Oregon by
Service Bureau, Sperry Flour Co., San
ing three small balls of dough a smiling, pleasant-faced lady, just
Blood Pressure Examination
I past middle age, it is announced,
Rheumatism, Neuritis, Stomach,
by Earl M. Pallett, registrar. The ’ BIBLE THOUGHT AND PRAYER
A few economy secrets for Xmas
Hot cross buns are made by i
parent» will have their children memo
Liver and Intestinal Troubles
may come in handy about now. Some
lady presented herself at the reg-| If
rize a Bible »election each wee^ it wiH prooo
of us are seriously wondering how
istrar’s office recently with the | a pricelew heritageta them in after year».
in one muffin ring or pan.
we ourselves and the family pocket-
Hot cross buns are cut from request, and when asked upon what' WORD OF GOD .............................. book are going to stand the strain.
spiced dough rolled one-half inch
replied, “I have sent two sons! —Glory be to God in the highest, I Forget Xmas?—of course we
thick. After rising they are brush-:
couldn't. The Xmas spirit of good
ed with beaten egg. Upon removal through the University, and I feel ' and on earth peace, good will to- cheer Is dear to the hearts of every
one of us. But this is important—
from the oven, a cross is made, that I am entitled to a degree if ■ ward men. Luke 2: 14.
is. I heard that the uni-
Prayer: Our loving Father, we If we want our gifts and our efforts to
Oregon Twin rolls are made by cutting i versity
v ' v sometimes gave honorary thank Thee for: “Peace perfect bring happiness to family and friends
two rounds from dough rolled one-, degrees, and I consider this as peace, our future all unknown? —we must preserve our own good
fourth inch thick. One round is ' great an achievement as any wo- Jesus we know, and He is on the cheer. We mustn't feel all tired cut
a id "broke’’ when the happy day ar
DR. W. H. HURLEY
placed on top of the other prev ‘ man could make,”
The mother explained that her
To whom should you commit
Remember the saying about the gift
DENTISTRY AND X-RAY
To lard poultry and game, care-1 ■ husband had been dead for many your way? Answer, read Ezekiel without the giver. The Utile extra
Evenings by Appointment
years, that she had supported the
cheer that goes with a gift however
Office over Drown Furniture Store.
children and herself, and had ed 18:31, 32.
big or small is what really counts
Oregon under the skin, and lift it from ' ucated both of them until they
ELMER D. STEVENSON
the greased meat, without tearing
among fri; nds.
The funeral of Elmer D. Step
Have you ever thought of oven
the skin. Lay flat pieces of salt! ' obtained their degrees.
I The registrar assured her that henson, who died at Treharne Dc- gifts—a box of dainty cai.i s and cook
pork in the openings.
M. D. COLE
To overcome the slightly fishy as ' he personally felt she was entitled cember 18, was held from the ies that you’ve baked yourself? Ab
well as gamey flavor of wild duck I to a degree in recognition of her Brown Undertaking parlors wed- solutely different from what you sent
I work, but that at present no pro nesday morning at 10:30. Rev. G. last year and really nol expensive at
was made for the granting W. Plumer officiated,
Interment all. Such a gift box wi'.l be a wonder
MARK EVERY GRAVE vision
ful surprise especially for friends who
of such aw’ards.
are away from their hotnc3.
The mother smiled
The deceased was born at Phoe-' Get a good stiff pasteboard box, a
At Reduced Prices
thanked the registrar and departed, nix, Oregon, March 24, 1862. He
I WRITE FOR PARTICULARS
apparently proud and happy, even is survived by his wife; one son, fancy one if you can with holly decor
Oregon state highway budget for
ations. If you decorate one yourse'f
if lie did not gain a “degree.”
1928 is 33,898,006, including $740,- Fourth uud M Ain St.
Geo. Stephenson of San Francisco; e
it a final coa tng of lacquer as a
000, for oiling roads.
two daughters, Mrs, Wm. Flagg of finish. Line it carefully and neatly
A good quality of skim milk Los Angeles, and Mrs. Frank of i with waxed paper and then pack it
I should have a yield of 15 to 18 Ashland; and one sister, Mrs. Geo. I full.
In the center of the box place a
pounds of cottage cheese per 100 Riggs of Treharne.
piece of holiday fruit cake or pound
pounds of skim milk.
LESTER E. BROWN
cake wrapped in glazed paper and
Banana “figs” are a form of
Lester E. Brown died December tied with holly ribbon. A fancy little
food not generally familiar to 12, 1927. at the home of his moth jar of preserved ginger or spiced
American housewives but are re- er in Portland. He was 23 years. honey or any particular choice bit of
commended as a desirable and 3 months and 19 days old. Rev. something may be substituted for the
nourishing food. These “figs” are I Teddy Leavitt of Vernonia con cake and find a place in the center
really dried bananas. Firm ripe I ducted the funeral services. fie of the box.
Wrap each different article in waxed
fruit is peeled and split length- was buried at the Lincoln Memor-
wise and dried either in the »un j
~feu" at* Portland Decern- or glazed paper. Each will keep bet
or by artificial heat. The drying ber 17. He was a son of J. W ter and look so interesting in a secret
little packet tied with red, silver or
process brings out some of the Brown of Vernonia.
gold ribbon. Just pack the box full
banana juice which covers the ba-
with two or three kinds of home
of made cookies and candy, A few rais-
i nana with a white sugary powder.
In food value banana “figs” are Crown-Willamette Paper Co. will ins. tigs or dates can be used to fill
said to compare favorably with be 950,000 trees.
in the chinks.
Corvallis ■Big drainage project
other dried fruits. The agricul
Doesn't this all sound good ? And
tural experiment station in Hawaii on Long Tom River will drain making up such a box is just as much
pleasure as receiving one. For fin
has been experimenting with the several thousand acres.
Wallowa—Winter work begins on' ishing touches put in a few sprays ol
drying of bananas because banana
shipping facilities from Hawaii are Troy hill grade.
If I can help you with a particular
not so fully developed as from
difficulty during the holiday or send
the "banana coast” of Central $20,000 on Willow Creek road.
Did you ever consider giving yourself
you a recipe, just drop me a line ad
Bend—Alpine Club will sponsor dressed to—Martha Meade, Director
Christmas gift? Here is a real worth while
mountain sports on Cascade range, Home Service Bureau. Sperry Flour
gift that you can give yourself—a gift
1 well-planned budget which has Bend to Eugene.
Co.. San Francisco.
that will grow in worth as the years go by.
Portland has 10,012 business
j been drnwn up to include all the
A gift that you can depend upon in time
necessities and some of the desira concerns, making a gain of 1693 i Hilsboro—Plans
I drawn for new $100,000 Washing
ble purchases your family hopes or 20 per cent since 1923.
of need—a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with
Junction City — Move made for ton county courthouse.
| to make within the expected In
this strong bank.
come for 1928.
Food, housing, paved highway through Coburg tol Corvallis — Oregon Agricultural
college completes new poultry lab
clothing, and running expenses will Eugene.
Astoria — Tice Lock Washer oratory.
be among the essentials. Personal
Oregon production of lily bulbs
| expenses for each member of the company will build factory at Port
increased 400 per cent last year.
family must be allowed, and fixed of Astoria.
State will improve 12 miles of
Fremont highway, near Silver Lake.
! KITCHEN COUNCIL XHSHZMZMZHZHZ
(rive > ourselj a Christmas
BANK OF FERMISI A
linec ' mis e ? , in c: .'-fifth
:'.y i 'n,. Th ' easy
$1 p?v day or
t - (•
and entertaining musical
numbers followed by a
High School Auditorium
Thursday, December 29
Children 15c, Adults 25c
Ladies bringing baskets get
in free, and admission ap
plies on purchase of basket.
A prize for the best basket.
Everybody come. You will
have a good time.
Auspices of Christian En
deavor, Christian Church.
LOCAL AND TELEGRAPH
Your telephone company,
owned by a steadily
growing list of individual
stockholders, has only
one function to fulfill.
That is to serve to the
best of its ability the ter
ritory in which it oper-
T. I. E. D.
fully guaranteed, sold at
these remarkably low
3O--.3’4 Cl. Cord
(A big tire, certain to give lowest-
co't per mile.
29x4.40 Balloon ...................... $8.75
(Unsurpassed at any price)
31x71.00 Balloon (30x4.95) $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 Heavy Duty Cord ... $39.75
(A new track tire to fit 30x5
Be sure to use T. I. E. D.
Red Tubes. Large Size.
Heavy gauge. Tough age
resisting compound. Easily
(Will fit either nominal or
giant casing) ......................... $1.60
29x4.40 (Will fit either regular
or drop center equipmt.........$2.05
31x5.00 (Can be used in either
31x5.00 or 30x4.95 casings)....
30x5 (Will withstand hard service
and the heat of long hauls $3.50
32x6( To be used only in 32x6
casings designed for 30x5 rim»)
If you want the right tire
or tube for your car and
complete satisfaction on
your tire purchases, deal