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Thursday, December 22, 1927
wish yiu a 2ncRrt Chaigywas” an be dismissed so folks can enjoy
lbayey Now Yrare.”
their homes on
(New York World)
Bible study Thursday 7:15.
1 Sir: I have been presented with
Christmas program by the Bible
I .1 flip bottle of See rih whiskey
school children Saturday, Decern-
! ..nd it is before me as I sit at my
ber 24, 7:30. Program and basket
typewriter and indite this letter to
(Rev. G. W. Plumer, Pastor)
social by the C. E. Thursday Dec
Sunday school 9:45 a.m. At 11 ember 29, in the high school audi
Soph. Reporter .. cu. What right has any form of
criminal if I a.m. the pastor will preach a Christ torium. See adv.
Larry Marshall Freshman Reporter law to make me a
partake of this gift as it was in- mas sermon. The young people’s
Teddy W. Leavitt, pastor.
tended that I do by the giver?
meeting will be held at 7 p.m. The
Mother kept that school-girl com
I have just tasted of this bottle subject for the 8 o’clock service
Sophomore Class Gives
plexion walking five or ten miles
of liquor, I will confide to you, will be, “The Wise Men.”
The sophomores gave their pro-! and I cannot see where or how I
The Christmas program for this past a lot of drug stores.
What does a bucket shop propri
gram last Friday. It was a radio am invading the rights of any other church will be given Saturday
program, <i curtain being drawn person on earth. I cannot feel, Mr. evening, December 24.
are etor think about when he reads
that bank deposits have gone up
across the stage and a loud speaker! editor, that I have wronged the welcome.
in the past year?
out in front of it. They gave community or added to the lawless
CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Helens — McCormick inter
their program behind the curtain ness of general society in doing so. |
ests plan for 100-ton sulphate mill
broadcasting from station AEIOU, I like a little drink, and now I have i
taken a third, or maybe it is a| Sunday
Vernonia high school.
Salem — Honolulu buyer buys
“Give me the Open Road,” and fourth, and I am more than ever, school
High convinced that any man that doesnt Communion . and Christmas sermon $15,000 Marion and Polk county
id a big idiot. You say that this I 11:00. All evening services will Perseys for export.
School,” Were sung by the boys.
of the law is procuring a
Two speecchcs were given, One
by Dwight Strong and the other
by Kenneth Price. Carl Berg was ikourious Country. You tre wrong..
to make a -ihird speech but was This ciuntry is jess as good os it|
unable to come. Tw,o selections over was and was a great deal bet-*
r country and will leabe it to
were given by Eddie Peabody, Une
on his banjo and the other on you f iit wasn’t when we had free
his saxophone, The program was i rum.
I wan8t to say to yo ut lat this
ended by a. special number re-1
quested by Buster Hodges, “Aloha.’ socitch is al lright. Alot of it
would’t do us harm. When we ened
: timulany we need it.
Typing students averaging be-
My grandfather was brouhr up
low a grade of “F” have been on rrum. They had it in the housd
awarded an H. P. E. degree, The all the time. They draaj it freely
official, name being Hunt, Peck, and even the ministow drink it
when he came to our housa. It8a
pneety knif of a cientry when a
Two Debate Teams
grandson is better than his grand
Have Been Organized
father. I can drink this sort of
(By Catherine Hoffman)
Seuteg all day and not be no worse
A debate team has been chosen citozen that I was before. I could
from the students. In the- first drink this whole wuqet and neger
team are: Veldon Parker, Cather- quiber en etelash.
ine Hoffman; Thelma Spencer, and
Well, sir, me Efitor, wheb I
LaVelle Gosa, The second team
startartef out to write this lerret,
lerret ( i had no 3834 3 notion to
Ethel Tousley, Helen Hiebgr, and
taje mieg of ypor ti’me, soth pay
Della Cline. Over . the Christmas
ing toi much atteaue to cirinstaab-
vacation the county will decide the
daheal eviderence. There )s no proof
question on which they will debate.
of the ginuuilt of the arestock
The teams are very interested
shregg9h. I know sherigh Grant, I
in their work and hold a' meet
wan8t to emphasixw the fact that
ing every Wednesday
HEX ALKRICHER, 2.
study debate as a whole.
Tehse typrutter keys are buxxing
work is very valuable to the stu
dents and all are working hard. arounbd so I canit write no more
BUS whey I kheat of yiu is ti re-
The two American history classes mund toi oner again and a’uain
under the direction of Miss Hick thqut you arw dead wrong ib con-
man, are to prepare a talk on the sfenging avert bany whu drinks as
life of a famous man in history. a bonbum. We aint cruila’s. We
Each one chose his man and after nau takE a dr Jrink oRR not as
the vacation will give the talk.
NElb abo7y, ill, bue wE alg’t no
Play Banks Friday.
IL will sat inxclosingt that I
Vernonia will play the basket
A I.oiler To The Editor
News of Vernonia Schools-
Louise Simmons, ...
Clarence Wardle .
Editor Deila Cline
Editor Norman Green ...... .......... Literary
Sports Ralph Peck ........ Senior Reporter
List Given of High Grade
Students in All Classes
French I and II: Millie McMul-
Latin I: Carl Berg, Alberta De
Rock, Chas. Meilis, Viola Hankel,
La Velle Gosa, Floyd Deeds, Day-
nise Reese, Mildred Tousley.
Catherine Hoffman, Ruth Carmich
ael, Helen Heiber, Ethel Tousley,
Frances Lappe, Dwight Strong.
Peek, Betty Culver, Thelma Spen
cer, Charlotte Green, Myrtle Hall,
Mlidred Hawkins, Helen Hieber.
Pupils maintaining high rank in
the various classes are as follows;
Freshman English: Larry Marshall,
Ford Berg, Verna Ray, Lucy Hop-
Sophomore English: Leonard Hall
Kenneth Price, Dorothy Holtham,
Charlotte Green, Phoebe
Hoffman, Alberta De Rock, Irene
Anderson, Zelma New, Norma An
derson, Elizabeth Campbell, Mil
Junior English: Betty Culver,
Basketball Rules See
Ethel Tousley, Louise Miller, Ellen Slight Changes for 1928
(By Clarence Wardle)
Ek, Della Cline.
A few changes in the basketball
Senior Eiglish: Dale McDaniel,
rules which will affect the local
Ralph Peck, Anna Aamodt.
Algebra I: Mildred Holcomb, players, will be of interest to lo
Porterfield, cal folk attending the games to
Veda Webster, Helen Lamereaux. be played here this winter, An
important one is time taken out
Junior science: Ford Berg.
Geometry I: Catherine Hoffman, on all fouls. The changes follow:
Rule 8, section 5—When a ball
Elizabeth Campbell, Daynise Keese,
Phoebe Greenman, Merle
Mills, is tossed up between two players,
Charlotte Green, Mildred Tousley, the whistle is not to be blown ex
Dwight Strong, Russell Peck, Al- cept at the beginning of a period
or after time, out.
berta De Rock, Zelma New, Mar-
Rule 11, section 1—Time is to
jorie Kelly, Violet Phelps, Leonard
be taken out on all fouls, the.watch
Hall, Louise Miller, Viola Hankel,
to be stopped the instant the foul
called until (a) in case of techni-
Bookkeeping: Della Cline, Dwight
ciil foul, or double fouls, the ball
Strong, Ellen Ek, Donald Sundland,
is tossed up in the center; (b) in
case of personal fouls, then the
tham, Gwendolyn Poynter, Everett
ball is placed at the disposal of
Rundell, Grace Condit, Viola Bar
the free thrower for a free thrower,
nett, Lucy Hopson, Gladys Krinick,
or. for the last free throw if a
multiple free throw is awarded.
Rule 11, section 3—If the ball
Domestic Science: Goldie Gar-
is in play and in the possession of
ner, Ruth Carmichael, Mary Lara-
the player when time out is called,
that player puts the ball in play
from out of. bounds when play is
Commercial news: Arthur Hix-
Rule 14, section 10—When a
son; Phyllis Nelson, Neal Bush,
player dribbles and throws for
Glen Hieber, Dorothey Holtham,
goal, he may recover the ball and
Irene Anderson, Mary Oberst, Nor
dribble again after the ball , has
ma Anderson, Carl Berg.
touched the basket or backboard.
Economics: Ralph Peck.
Also, if the ball is batted out • of
Physics: Ward Gooding, Veldon
‘»he hands of a player who has
dribble, the player may
Physiology: Myrna Poynter.
Rule 14, section 10—The player
Russell Peck, Leonard Hall, Ken-
who has the. ball* will pass it im
mediately to the player indicated
History I: Marvin Porterfield. ,
Jiy the official who called the vio-
American history: Della Cline,
Russell Peck, Thelma Spencer, Ethel
Tousley, Elizabeth Landen, Phyl
Christmas Program Friday
Friday afternoon a
Catherine Hoffman, Alice Rundell, program will be given
Alberta De Rock, Mildred Tousley, school students. There will be a
Helen Hieber, Veldon Parker, Lea- Santa Claus to distribute the pres
tha Tousley, Ruth Carmichael. Bet ents and candy.
ty Culver, Floyd Deeds, Ellen Ek,
As Shelby Cook will not be
Lappe, present on Friday of this week,
Charles Meilis, Louese Miller.
Gilbert Bergerson will act as San
Anna} ta Claus in his place.
Aamodt, Hale Greenman, Norman
A student body meeting was
Green, Ralph Peck, Betty Culver,
Viola Hankel, La Velle Gosa, Elza held Tuesday noon to vote on
Weed. Thelma Spencer, Ethel Tous- candidates for the annual staff.
ley, Frances Lappe, Louise Miller, The results will be posted on
ball team of Banks, , Friday, Dec
ember 23 at the local gym. There
has been quite a bit of trouble in
getting the schedule fixed, but it
is now satisfactory.
Friday evening the senior class
Mr. and Mrs. Austin and several
of the alumni met at the home
of Mrs. C. F. Wardle for a party,
The evening was equally divid
ed between dancing and games,
Several new and interesting games
were explained and played.
Light refreshments were served
at a reasonable hour and all went
home very pleased with the even
tional forest ranges. All other ani
with skim milk.
Page, Line and Paraghaph
How parasites that affect animals mals must be paid fr oat a rate
Farmers, like the industrial world,
are learning to know that surplus may multiply themselves is shown which at present average between
production creates a lower price by studies made in the United ten and eleven cents per head per
States department of agriculture, month for cattle and three cents per
for the whole.
head per month for sheep. On Jan
Stem smut in rye may be prevent-, which indicated that, a mature fe
uary 1, 1928, these rates will be
ed by the copper carbonate dusting male ascarid, commonly Known as
slightly .increased. The stockmen are
treatment which is widely used in a roundworm, may produce as many
now paying into the United States
control of stinking smut and flag as 25 million eggs in the intestines
Treasury annually about two and
smut in wheat.
matters . worse the roundworms one quarter million dollars in graz
Wood-boring insects pause an an
nual loss estimated at $45,000,000 gome to maturity in a comparative
ly short time and the second gen
The number of dairy cows being
to wood products in process of man
eration reproduce and deposit great tested for abortion disease is rapid
ufacturing and use. Much of this
f eggs. In spite of this ly increasing the Oregon experi
could be prevented by proper prr-
” the department have ment station finds. In the month
cautions in handling and utiliza*
of sanitation that of October 1200 tests were made,
«' •’Vp '-d a
The first step in better brc.
ffe'-’tlvtly checks the spread of the alrgest in one month made by
is the elimination of the scrub > I ■oundworms to healthy pigs.
.this station. The abortion disease
grade bull, the next step i- .’ •
“A century ago,” says Dr. John is very serious and great emphasis
elimination of all inferior pur ’ . I
Mohler of the U. S. department is being made on its control. In
bulls, and the third and fine1
■of agricuL uro,” the British Isles one county alone there is an esti-
is the general use in all dairy i ■.
v .p proininei.u in agriculture, par- mated annual loss of $250,000 a
of good, purebred bulls that i:
already proved their ability to trai. | tied. r'y in livestock growing. For year. The county court there plans
mit very high production to their —any yctrs this has been subor- to appropriate money for the ex
dinated to industrial development. tensive study of the disease. The
Anr- 1™«1 United States is undergoing control work with the . disease is
ust. 10, 1912, ten per cent of the!a similar change. In the last 25 attracting attention of dairymen in
national forest receipts is given' years the population has increased other states.
each year to the forest service of 35,000,000 but there are 11,000,000
Woodmen pf the World
the United States department of fewer beef cattle, 9,000,000 fewer There came into our city
a«*riculture for the construction of sheep and 2,000,000 fewer swine.
When the leaves were turning
roads and trails within the national Dairy pattie have increase«! about brown,
forests. Last year this amounted to
A cruiser of the timber belt
$514,040.68, which was prorated to crease ob about 14,000,000 food
And, this is what he found,
the various states according to the animals.”
He found a bunch of workers,
Does the government charge the
receipts of the forests in those
All eager for to go,
stockmen for grazing theit cattle They built a home, and no* they
For feeding dairy calves, skim and sheep on the national forests?
separator, Explaining the government policy Just watch Vernonia grow,
milk from the average
grazing permits, Will C. Barnes, The timber fell on every side,
will analyze about 3.4 per cent , ...
protein and 0.1 per cent butterfat. I _________
,_____.’ in charge of | Some tall. some short, you know.
The sugar content is about the range management. United States They all join in the chorus,
same in whey as in Skim milk, be department of agriculture, says that Just watah Vernonia grow.
ing nearly 5 per cent. Whey should each settler or resident is entitled Till now, they have a hundred
be fed to ¿alves only when strictly to graze ten head of his domestic
fresh and when scrupulous care stock, such as work or saddle horses, We
would have you all know, .
and cleanliness are followed Far milk cows, and seven hogs free of They are marching on to victory
watch Vernonia grow.
greater success Will be obtained I charge and without permit on na-
Miller Mercantile Company
M c M innville
The Age Old Expression
I Thank You
Conveys but mildly our appreciation for your loyalty,
friendliness and patronage which we have enjoyed and
hope to retain.
In keeping with the spirit of the season
Wr €>itirrrcly Wish fmi
A Urry iHerry (Oljrtfitinas anil a Sappy
Vernonia’s Leading Store