Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, January 05, 1928, Image 1

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Postoffice as Second-Class Matter.
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Railroad Will
Operate Stages
vixKNcNlA, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1928
Many Classes To Study
College Short Courses
i i Plan
I Idll
VOLUME 6, NO. 22
Momhorehin Motor
Il.Ull.lG: ulilp
Association Urges
Caution in Winter Driving
St. Helens Game
To Open Season
Oregon State Agricultural Col­
Tf|
Fill filifllA Fill ba£e winter driving begins with
IU Illi Muu,u I VI a readjU8tment of one-s schedule
lege, Corvallis, Jan. 3—Farmers,)
bankers, creamerymen, cannerymen.
litioti'in tit ^ q I q ID t 0 allow raore time f°r travel be-)
llllullull Ul vClKlII tween the home and office, store,'
and rural electric service men are
_______
! shop, or plant, says Ge. 0. Brand-1
the beneficiaries of a series . of
I enburg, secretary of the Oregon,
five short courses scheduled here
in the next three months which Spencer Hill Was Scene of Big Drawing of New Hall Submitted; State Motor association. The al-|
Crowd Toboganning and Skiing
Many Will Attend Initiation at lowance of an extra five, ten, or)
cover a wide range of subjects.
Salem February 24.
All Day Sunday, January 1.
fifteen minutes, deplending upon'
More short courses are scheduled
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I
the
this winter by the school of agri­
Vernonia Camp 655, woodmen _ distance
.... one has to . travel, may)
.
Many Vernonia folk, both young
u l held
ij
sig-
«
culture than in any recent year.
and not so young, were quick to of . the World,
one of r xl
the most . mean
... a , difference
.,
.. . much
.
. more
.
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nificant
than
that
denoted
merely
A farm mechanics course which take advantage of the cold snow­ enthusiastic meetings of the sea-i.
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. by . the
runs concurrently with the second fall Sunday, January 1, to indulge son „
Monday
night,
to
,
. time, Mr. Brandenburg e
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xt
TJ<->
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l
points
out.
regular term of college is the long­ in the rare treat of winter sports. 1 those present, r red Overson sub-
It is impossible to tell how
est one of the short courses. It
Those who had . skis proudly ex­ mitted to the Camp a drawing of |
startel January 3 and continues hibited their skill at this fast-mov­ the proposed new lodge hall that)™311^ accj<Jen,t,s
')e traced to Vernonia Team Show* Good Prom.
S. P. & S. T. Co. Will Inaugur­
for 12 weeks; though later reg­ ing outdoor sport. Sleds, tobogans is to be erected in Vernonia as the individual’s failure to adjust
i*e in Pre-Seaaon Games;
ate Stage Service to Portland
his driving schedule to winter
istration is permitted. Classroom and whatnot were all more popular soon as the weather will permit.
Large Squad Available
Via St. Helena
when
so
many
things
conspire
and laboratory instruction will be than the now common automobile
The chair appointed the follow­
(By Clarence Wardle)
Announcement has recently been given in operation and repair of for that day, and it is said that at ing membership committee to se­ against ordinarily speedy motor
Vernonia high school plays St.
made that the Seattle, Portland & gas engines, automobiles, trucks one time nearly 200 persons were cure the local quota for the big travel,” says Mr. Brandenburg. “It
Spokane Transportation company and tractors; water systems, pump3 on Spencer hill sliding down and initiation to be held in Salem Feb­ is not to be doubted that the num­ Helens high school this coming Fri­
will inaugurate stage service from and electricity; soldering babbitting walking up, getting cold and get­ ruary 24: C. C. Dustin, H. A. Tays, ber would be impressively large day, January 6, in the first season’s
basketball game of the season. This
Portland to Vernonia via St. Hel­ pipe fitting, harness repair, knots ting thrilled on this one day of M. L. Miller, Ross Meeker, Robert were it possible to compute.
_ to show the strength
_
ens, effective today. Their motive and splices; and machine shop work winter sport that is so rare it is, Petty, M. Gibson, Geo. Hankle, G.) “Too fast for conditions” is an, - game is _ going
) unique in Vernonia.
in running in opposition to the I or blacksmithing.
Thayer, Robert Lindsay, Ross Dun-; accident cause that is most out- o£ two o£ the best teams in Col-
Cameron ' standing in winter, even though,| umbia county, and local hoop fans
Vernonia Stage Line has not been
The dairy manufacturing short
Many smaller kiddies who were ' can, O. H, Graves, Guy
<
y
promised one’of the best games
stated.
course, of interest principally to not permitted to stray so far from Dan Steiner and Mr. Rhyne.
Plans ’ on the whole, cold weather driving! are
There will be three busses daily creamery workers or those con­ home found enjoyment in coasting are now being made for a large I
slower^ It is well to, remember of the season in the coming en­
dif- counter.
each way, according to the circular templating such positions, extends down the hill on Bridge
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street delegation from Vernonia camp to that conditions are radically
The local high school team has
sent local railroad officials, with from January 9 to Februoary 3. above its intersection with Rose (be present on that occasion, when ferent. Streets are slippery and
stages leaving Portland at 5 p.m., It affords opportunity for creamery­ avenue. For a pedestrian or car it is planned to initiate a class of the weather is cold, making for been practising steadily through
1 p.m., and 7:30 a.m. daily, ar­ men to pick up the most up-to- driver to claim the right of way 500, complimentary to Congress- more difficult handling of the the Christmas holidays, and are
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riving in i Vernonia at 8:05 p.m., the-minute information in the in­ was but to be scorned.
It was x their man W. C. Hawley, who has for car, and the temptation of ped- said to be in excellent condition,
4:05 p.m., and 10:40 a.m. daily, dustry, particularly in the line of day of fun and they enjoyed it more than 81 years been i a head estrr’ns is to rush ahead regard­ Vernonia won a game at Kelso,
Stages will leave Vernonia at cream grading and butter making, , to the utmost.
manager of this society, , and a less of traffic. These and many Wash., by the narrow margin of
other factors seem to conspire 17 to 16, and defeated Banks here
6:40 a.m., 10:40 a.m., and 5:20
The rural electric service men
A number tried to coast again charter member of Salem Camp,
42 to 16. A pre-season game was
against safety.
p.m. daily, arriving in Portland at and bankers are due the week be- cm Monday, but the thaw had
The next meeting will be held
also played with St. Helens Mon­
9:35 a.m., 1:35 p.m., and 8:15 p.m. i ginning January 23. The former started during the night, which left January 9,
for
these
conditions,
The
remedy
at which time the com-
daily.
will have a six day session mi bare spots on the road and impeded mittee will record their first mem­ plainly, it to take more time. If day of last week in which Coach
Trains to Change
I which will be given the inf.'mo­ their progress to such an extent ber of the big campaign. The Camp the motorist usually allows ten Austin tried out some of his second-
string men in tne early part of
Effective today the United Rail- tion gathered by he experiment that many soon gave up.
and Circle of Vernonia will hold minutes for his morning jaunt to the contest, But the St. Helens
the
office,
why
not
make
it
fif-
station
and
the
Oregon
committee
ways train No. 61 will leave Port-
a joint installation Saturday night,
January 7, at 8 p.m. in the K. P. I £een 1 for winter? No better way quintet was too strong for them
land for Vernonia at 7:35 a.m., on electricity in agriculture. Econ­ Watch For Chances
and they piled up a lead which
instead of 8:25, arriving in Ver- omic application of electric power,
To Help Other Folks hall. A large program is being ar- j to spend five minutes can be de- could not be overcome by the Ver­
1
vised.
If
this
allowance
is
made,
farming
operations
will
be
.
to
instead
of
at
9:52
a.m.,
nonia
ranged for the occasion. After the
nonia regulars, the score ending
Laugh and the world laughs with
10:37. Returning, train No, 62 will taught in lectures and demonstra­
| installation and an entertainment there will be no driving that is 36 to 31 in favor of St. Helens,
you,
weep
and
you
weep
alone.
so fast tnat a sudden stop may­
leave Keasey at 11:30 a.m., Ver- tions.
I
by
the
band,
a
banquet
will
be
This is all too true. We are held.
mean a fatal skid. It will mean
The second teams of both St.
Oregon bankers will be here only
nonia at 11:55 a.m. instead of
to
share
the
,
selfish
we
like
_
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I
time
to let the reckless driver pass, i Helens and Vernonia will play a
two
days,
Monday
and
Tuesday,
'
so
Portland
at
1:05 p.m., arriving in
The
W.
0.
W.
I
’
band,
recently
It
wiU
he
adequate for more, preliminary basketball game, start-
2:05 p.m., instead of 3:20 p.m. as but during that time they will pleasures of others but when our organized under the leadership of
caution in congestion, permitting ing at 7:30 p.m. The linup for the
; take part in a comprehensive pro­ mjp is needed we are apt to try
formerly.
Kay Charlesworth, had a good turn­
gram designed to give them the and be somewhere else. Many times out for the rehearsal in the Ameri-i one to drive farther behind the Vernonia team has not yet been
A petition is being circulated
"good morning”
next car, which will make stopping decided upon, but Coach Austin is
latest
information
on
the
economic
)
just
a
smile
and
a
Vernonia protesting this action
one needs to can Legion hall Sunday afternoon. '• I possible in case an emergency expected to try out a number of
the S. P. & S. Transportation com­ ! aspects of farming operations in iS Just what some “blue feeling,” The next rehearsal will be held to- ‘I arises.
promising players to give them ex­
' n over come a
pany, which will be presented to the state as found in all branches and
knowing some one is a little night.
“Such a readjustment of one’s perience for next,year.
)
of
the
industry.
the public service commission in tile
early morning routine is not dif-
The seventh annual canners’ i . .'¿rested. We surely are not put' About 14 of the local
The starting lineup for Vernonia
near future.
ficult, and it will bear fruit in varsity is expected to be as follows:
school will be February 6-25 when here to seek just our own pieas­ chartered a bus and drove
the usual intensive course covering ui es. Some have a habit of saying land Friday night of last week' the form of greater traffic safety.” Bennett and Parker, forwards; Ber-
New Theatre To Be
fundamentals as well as new de­ "The Lord loveth a cheerful giver” I and paid a visit to Camp 77 of
I gerson. center; Hodges and Ray,
ELIZABETH C. CULVER
Constructed On The
I velopments will be given by the when they ask for money. He surely that city. They report having a
guards; with the probability that
The
death
of
Elizabeth
Charlotte
Old Site of Majestic • division <f horticultural products, dots. But money is the Lord’s good time, were royally entertain­
A. Adams, G. Adams, Bush or
residence
Culver
occurred
at
her
TL
llest item. He would much ed and profited by the lessons they
Hieber will play part of the time.
course
annually
attract
“
large
Portland,
at 1921 Wilbur street,
Announcement of the splenfiid
¡er v. e a gave good will and the learned.
December 25. She was 65 years of Bennett and Hodges are lettermen.
new theatre to be constructed by r ibers of commercial canners and smaller things of life than millions
A total of 55 W. O. W. Camps
r employees.
J. H. Bush on the lot purchased
c: dollars. It is easy enough to will furnish their quota of candi­ age, beloved wife of John Culver, Interesting Christmas
troi the Oregon-American lumber
Chamber To Meet.
give money and tell what we have dates for the mammoth initiation, mother of J. ,W. Culver of Suther­
company was made last week in
The Chamber of Commerce will given. But if we buy the shoes or and will send a large delegaton of lin, Wm. Culver of Vernonia, Hen­ Program Given
the Vernonia Eagle.
hold its regular bi-monthly Thurs- what ever is needed and go and their members. Among those includ- ry Culver of Cottage Grove, Mrs.
(By Catherine Hoffman)
At the same time informal an- lay noon luncheon today at the give them with our own hands. Or ed n othe reception committee are: J. Turner of Portland. Mrs. Henry
Friday afternoon, December 23,
nouncement was received from the Horseshoe cafe. Officers for 1928 visit a sick one, read to them or Gov. I. L. Patterson, T. B. Kay, Barge of Sutherlin, Leonard Cul- a Christmas program was given,
office of P. M. Hall-Lewis, Portland will be elected.
| in some way make the hours short- Sam A. Kozer, J. N. Van Winkle, ver of Cottage Grove, and Frank as follows: Speech by Clarence
Culver of Bandon.
architect, that plans and specifica­
I Wardle, song by five boys, entit-
) er and easier. We not only have and Jos. H. Albert.
Twins Born
The remains were forwarded to. led, “Jingle Bells”; duet, "Holy
tions were being rushed for a
thoughts
to
carry
with
us
for
days
Twins, a boy and a girl, were
strictly modern, fireproof theatre
but we are laying up reward for Evangelical Church Young Cottage Grove December 26, un- Night,” by La Velle Gosa and
to occupy the former site of the born to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rose the life to come by fulfilling some People Elect New Officer« der the auspices of Miller & Tracy, Lois Freeman; girls quartet, “Away
where funeral services and inter­ in a Manger," Louise Simmons,
Majestic, for Portland theatre op-) December 22. The boy has been of our mission here.
named Derrel James, and the girl
During the watch night service ment were held Tuesday of last Della Cline, Catherine Hoffman,
erators not named.
Did
you
ever
go
down
the
street
last Saturday evening the annual I week.
The new theatre will be strictly Dorothy Patricia.
and Isabell Currie.
and meet a tot in tears over some
Mrs. Culver was born in Kent,
business meeting was held. Mrs.
up-to-the-minute in arrangement
heartache
as
real
as
an
older
per
­
Several of the teachers and
was elected das« England, and came to America 29
and apoinments, with a seating Arrest Follows Auto
Then say “Hello Sonny! Alice Malmsten years. Mrs. Leola years ago. She had long been a some of the alumni wished the
Accident Near Grove sons?
capacity of about six hundred.
leader
for
two
Aren’t the birdies happy today?”
resident of Cottage Grove. Mrs. student body Yule-tide greetings,
With two high grade first run
Marion F. Dooly of Vernonia Or some such remark. And see Cason, assistant class leader for) Culver was well known to a num- Teddy Leavitt, pastor of the Christ-
houses. Vemonians have the pleas­ was arrested on a charge of driv- (them smile through their tears, It two years.
ian church, also wished them hearty
ing prospect of being able to see ing while intoxicated by Sheriff J. is worth walking a block out of
A. C. Knauss and Albert Parker ber of Vernonia folk, having made
greetings. A beautiful decorated
were both re-elected as trustees for I a number of visits here.
two diferent movies in the same E. Reeves and Deputy Sheriff Mick- your way to see.
tree
was on the stage. Santa Claus,
evening, and should not want for ox, following an accident on the
three years each. A. C. Knauss
aided
by his assistants, passed out
to
work
Too
often
we
leave
the
Safe
Break
Test
For
entertain- highway south of Forest Grove Sat­
was elected Sunday school super­
screen and vaudeville
the presents and a sack of candy
some one else and forget someone intendent. Mrs. Leola Cason was
Automobiles
Described
ment.
urday in which Mrs. Dooly was cut else, also receives the reward. .
to each student.
elected assistant superintendent.
The question is often asked as
about the chin.
I I read not long ago of a con-
40 et 8 Will Have
Mrs. Leona Weidman was elected to what constitutes a "safe” brake Girls Teams Play
The Dooly car collided with one vict who had been converted. He
Installation Friday driven
by George A. Hart of near wrote to a supposed Christian for president of the Christian Endeavor performance for a private passen­ Fast Game of Basketball
ger automobile. Engineer Frank
(By Ida Mae Hawkins)
The local society of 40 et 8 Milwaukie. The Hart report in the a little much needed help. The society.
Reusswig of the Oregon State Mo­
The girls played a fast game
of the American Legion will hold sheriff’s office says that he pulled reply was, “You are an impositer,”
Farm Reminders
its annual banquet and installa­ as far to the right as possible to Think of it.
Spraying with oil emulsion in tor association taking the infor­ of basketball between themselves
tion tomorrow night. The banquet escape being hit by the weaving
He sent a poem he liked to the February, or to the time apple mation furnished by the bureau Tuesday afternoon. The first team
will be held at the Horseshoe cafe car.—Hillsboro Argus.
bud tips show green, controls of standards committee says that i worked hard to pile up the score
i paper. One verse follows:
at 6 p.m. I sharp, and installation
European red spider mites in Ore­ tne foot brake should stop the1 of 20 to 6.
were
with
glad-
I
“
If
our
souls
filled
Firing the Furnace
Those playing on the first team
immediately afterward at the Le­
gon,
says Don C. Mote, entomologist vehicle from a speed of twenty
ness,
The furnace fire should receive
i Florence
gion hall.
The malice that lies so deep.
of the experiment station. An 8 miles per hour within a distance were: Allie Simmons, c;
attention
at
regular
intervals,
not
After the installation the voy-
Would be revealed like the first per cent oil emulsion is the stand- of fifty feet, when the vehicle is Stubbs, g; Frances Place, g; Willie
simply
when
the
house
becomes
too
ageurs will attend the basketball
¡ard spray. When commercial mis­ travelling on a dry, hard, level Mae Aubrey, f; Ida Mae Hawkins,
spring bud
f. Those on the second team were:
game at the high school gymnas­ cold or too hot. No definite rule And changed to love so sweet.”
cible oils are used dilutions are road, free from loose material.
ium. when Vernonia plays St. Hel­ can be given that will apply to
The hand brake should stop the Mildred Hawkins, c; Mary Oberst,
Which is the truth. Please think made according to directions on
all
heating
systems,
but
the
es
­
ens in the first league game of
vehicle from a speed of 20 miles g; Joy Ball, g; Zelma New, f; Vera
sential in fuel economy is a care­ it over and watch for more op­ the can.
this season.
per hour within a distance of 75 Goodin, f.
sys-
portunities
to
help
others
instead
|
If
a
complete
water-supply
ful study of the system one has,
feet under the same conditions.
not
of
turning
away
and
seeking
some
)
tern
for
the
farm
home
is
Ju«t Little Stories.
Radioed From USDA
the kind of fuel used, the manage­
When the vehicle is travelling at
Goldie Lindberg has entered the
In breaking boulders with dyna­ ment of the drafts and dampers. worldly pleasure which if found, within reach it is possible to lighten a rate of speed other than 20
mite, place the charge on top of A fire should not be shaken down only lasts a moment and is gone | the housewife’s burden to a very miles per hour, it would stop witn- freshman class, having been trans­
material degree by installing an
ferred from St. Helens school.
the rock in some seam or hole. ■ more than three times a day. Gen­ forever.—Subscriber.
| elevated barrel system at small ex- .n a distance which corresponds to
The pupils returned to school
If there are no seams or holes in1 erally twice will be found suffic­
Short Circuit Causes Fire
the
performance
just
mentioned
for
oense. In this barrel is placed on
Tuesday morning eager in most
the rock, place the charge where) ient, in the morning and in the
A short circuit in a bus of the J i shelf or platform somewhat above ither foot or hand brakes.
cases to resume their school work.
you would strike the stone with late afternoon. Take care not to Vernonia Stage Line caused a
The results of the tests make
a sledge hammer if you were shake too much. Never leave ashes small fire in the garage on Rose I the level of the kitchen sink. The ,y the bureau of standards are list- Mony expressions were heard to
vacation vias a
breaking it up that way. If the, under the grate in the asli pit. avenue Thursday morning. It was war« er from the barrel flows into
d in the "Safety Code for Brakes Indicate that the
boulder is partly
buried, place the j in mild weither an accumulation put out without any water being :he kitchen by gravity. If a com-
very nlea«ant and happy one for
1
the
jnd
Brake
Testing
”
issued
by
lieti :e water supply system can not
charge beneath, as you’d place it of ashes may remain on the grate turned on.
the pupils.
installed at once, rural engi- »ureau of standards May 16
when blasting stumps, You can to | revent the fire from becoming
A considerable
of the
■s
recommend
the
“
step-by-step
”
Fertiliz :er needs for the coming
d at home
bore a hole in the rock and then too hot. but in cold weather they
Garibaldi—Movement started for pupils who were <1
of
in-
1 e removed so that a bright year may • be determined now. Poor or one-unit-at-a-time plan
have fully
pack the charge in it. This will
on account <f ill
deeper bar and harbor channel.
results are often caused by too stallation in which one unit is pur-
and are
< in their
take less dynamite than the other fire will result.
Rosetiur? growers will ship 600
late an application where they do chased one year and added to the cars broccoli this wintei.
methods. Handle the explosive with
classes.
Corvallis—Big doughnut factory not have sufficient time to be dis- next.
extreme care.
There are about two more ■ weeks
A’bany—Albany &■ Eastern Rail-
opened here.
. ,
' solved before the rains.
left
of the first semester, and
-o»d
files
incorporation
articles
for
ni
ill
Newberg
—
Spaulding
pulp
Kerby
—
New
suspension
bridge,
----------------
Grants Pass—Required acreage
is almost reached for securing can­ 306-foot span, i is opened over Ill- Condon—Local growers sell »8,- completed; financing of paper mill railroad to cross Cascades to De­ these ’wo weeks are going to be
Please turn to page 4.
chutes county.
under way.
000 holiday turkeys.
inois river.
nery here.
I
To Start Stage Service From
Portland to Vernonia
Stitt Basketball Contest Will
Show Local Strength