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Thursday, January 12, 1927
ious fact that the happiness of this | alfalfa has moved more rapidly it 24—Turkeys met with an active
world is in the hands of boys and 1 being estimated that 60 per cent sale for Christmas here although
[ of the surplus had moved prior prices declined slightly at the close
It is the boy that selects the to the above date compared to 45 of the week when stocks were be
trade or profession the man has per cent last year and 50 per ing offered to retailers at birds
i to follow. It is the girl who chooses cent in 1925. Considering both pro weighing 12 pounds and over, 45-
Catherine Hoffman ........... Editor Della Cline
Administration Frances Lappe .... Junior Reporter the husband the woman goes duction and carryover, the supply 46 cents, 10-12 pounds 40-43 cents,
Louise Simmons.......... Asst. Editor Norman Green
of all hay for the season amounted 8-10 pounds 38-39 cents, 6-8
,.......... Literary Charlotte Green....... Soph. Reporter
through life with.
Clarence Wardle ....................Sports Ralph Peck ...
to 134,600,000 tons which is a pounds 35-38 cents. These prices
Senior Reporter Larry Marshall Freshman Reporter
determines the religion the adult record quantity, Average prices of were 2-5 cents lower than those
must adhere to until death or be all hay is about $3.00 a ton lower which prevailed at the opening of
Students Will Give Talks Girls Basketball Team To Basketball Team Will
i than last year and the five-year the week. A car of turkeys from
called an infidel.
At Rose Theatre
Play Scappoose Friday
Play at Scappoose Friday
average, but alfalfa is selling for New Brunswick, brought in during
(By Della Cline)
(By Clarence Wardle)
(By Clarence Wardle)
the political party the boy of about the same average prices as the week sold at from 38-42 cents.
The following high school pupils
The local girls team under Coach
The basketball team will go to
twenty picked out for him, he is last year, with substantial premiums Toronto, Dec. 24—The demand
for very leafy, green alfalfa. The for turkeys for the Christmas trade
are preparing to make short talks (Brewer will play the Scappoose girls Scappoose to play Friday night, considered a turncoat.
i demand for hay for the rest of was excellent and towards the close
at the Rose theatre in the near on their floor Friday evening be-* They are reported to have a strong
About all a man does after twen the season will depend much upon of the week there was a great
U lire. La Velle Gosa, The His- | fore fLp
boys ’ ’ crnmn
is the ] team thia
tory of the Motion Picture.” .y.
’’ e ' V1 f*rst Kame ot the season for the anticipates another close contest. ty-one is to try to realize a little the weather conditions. Feeds re- deal of activity in evidence in pro
of what he conceived before that I mained firm with a tendency for duce circles. The best quality tur-
don Parker, “Some Ways in Which i girls.
He states that all the teams in the age.
our Student Body Can be of Ser-]
most items to advance.
i keys over 12 pounds were selling
All of Caesar’s conquests, Web-
vice to the Community”; Thelma I The history of the Vernonia girls' county are better this year than
: at 48-50 cents to retailers.
Spencer, “Is a High School Educa-
Wool. The seventh series wool
players W>U not
decided until the last ster’s eloquence, Gladstone’s state- the three northwest states were
craft and Thorwalden’s art was
tion Worth all it Costs?” Catherine
sales at Sydney opened with strong
Hoffman, “Why the Phillipine Is- ,_
but the outcropping of what they
' , ’ Lola (Cline)’ The following squad will be ac each had seen in the vision of cember 31, 476 the previous week competition according to a cable
lands Should be Given their In-J ¿Bergerson? „ ~
companied to Scappoose by many
and 794 the same week a year from the consul general.
dependence”; Phoebe Greenman,
Livestock. The markets for ail
Vernonia rooters: Bergerson, Par- youth.
ago. Total shipments for the year
“The Girls Campfire Organization”; teams,
A grown man never has a great to December 31 were 14,999 com- kinds of livestock were inclined to
ker, Bennett, Ray, Hodge^ G.
Helen Hieber, “Self Improvement”;
idea that cannot be traced back to pared t 17,604 the previous year. be eratic last week because of
Adams, A. Adams.
Clarence Wardle, “Good Sports I players and some good new ones,
youth. We look upon the age be- United States shipments for the whether conditions but there wai
manship, What is it?”
Work of the Classes
tween ten and twenty as a sort week ending December 31 were not much net change in the gen
Mr. Bush, owner of the theatre, I Hieber, Della Cline, Mildred Haw-
Civics class has completed »°f interlude to life. Their baby- 2,854 carloads compared to 2,639 eral situation.
is co-operating with thp high school
the three weeks course of Parlia hood was ours, their manhood is
Get Your Dog License.
in giving these students an op I on the team are: Mary Oberst, mentary Law which completes the their own, their teenhood is noth- the previous week and 3,562 the
same week a year ago, with total
portunity to appear before the pub
Notice is hereby given that alls
lic, because he believes such train I
There is no need to draw wrong against 156,541 last year at the persons in Vernonia owning dogs
I Miss Hickman’s first year Latin have studied Parliamentary' Law
ing is valuable.
| class are taking a general review report that it is a very interesting conclusions from this, but there same time. States east of Colorado should immediately secure licenses
Thursday and Friday will be I over this semester’s work preparing study, and they believe it will be is need to remember that it is
from the city recorder. Thos^ out
given to the final examinations of, ¡for the semester examination. This of great value to them sometime when in their teens that boys and probably have fewer carloads yet side the city secure them from the
the first semester.
girls need more love, more cfm- mand for western stock may im county clerk at St. Helens.
] is a very large class, consisting of in the future.
Our principal says , at final
W.‘ J. KELLY, City Marshal
ex-|about thirty-two pupils. All seem
They are now preparing small panionship, more sympathy, and prove soon as there were indica
aminations are on
civics booklets which will cover more attention than they ever tions of market recovery at the
proKr®m i interested in their work.
Chiloquin school dedicates large
only for the reason that other, CIasses ¡n public speaking)
bo- everything they have studied during needed before or ever will need end of the old year. Planting of new gymnasium.
high schools make
em a part tanyi commercial arithmetic, and their civics course. These will be again.
early potatoes in Florida are esti
of the year’s work. He believes i first algebra will be among
| Youth holds that treasure - the mated at 30,000 acres or 2,000
Toledo votes $10,000 bonds for
the due next Tuesday.
that such examinations have no new classes for the next semester.
better fire-fighting equipment.
Miss Hickman’s American
value to the modern high school.
tory classes have finished their re. less, intoxicating treasure—the
Ashland First National Bank
Apples. The agricultural com-
The Berean high school class of ports.
missioner at London cabled ____
some , i Buys and assimilates Talent State
the Christian church will hold a
The Vernonia high school oys | cooked food and candy sale Sat-
whist poh all - all for christ
recovery in the apple market but Bank,
will play their second league game urday, January 14, in the building dollar prize for having the best
the outlook there is not consideredCorvallis—Oregon
report in the first period history
of the season at Scappoose next south of the post office.
favorable generally although Ore- college will start wnrk on $2,000,-
class. Her report was on Dorothea
gon Newtowns are in fair demand. 000 men’s dormitory quadrangle.
The Vernonia high school girls’
Practicing For Track.
Domestic markets remain good.
I North Bend—Chamber of Com-
Ellen Ek was awarded the prize ! BIBLE THOUGHT AND PRAYER
team will also play a game with] A few of the boys are starting
Butter. 7 The
merce will buy site for new coal
! If parents will have their children memo
----------- CJ girls the same w even-,to
( vv b'-v
get out of bed early so as to
a Bible selection each week. It will prove
market was maintained at the
f j distillation plant.
ing. ’ This will be the girls’ first run about 10 minutes each morning third period history class. Her re a rize priceless
heritage to them in after years.
equivalent of 36.7 or 15 cents un
wl a m are
*vzv 1 looking
M for- ' X to . — condition
..... . 1 .
port was on Aaron Burr.
game. The girls
Miss Hickman reported that many
LOVE FULFILLS THE LAW:— der 92 score New York. Shipments
Ward to a successful season.
good talks were given.
Owe no man anything, but to love afloat December 31 from southern
Mrs. Hammock’s second year one another; for he that loveth , hemisphere countries totaled 43
geometry class will finish its course another hath fulfilled the law. Love million pounds against 31 million
at the end of this semester, As a worketh no ill to his neighbor; I a year ago.
whole, the class found the work therefore love is the fulfilling of
Turkeys. Oregon turkey pro-
intereting, and many pupils wish the law.—Romans 13:8, 10.
i ducers will be interested in the
to continue this work and take
Prayer:—May Thy Spirit dwell following official quotations on
i solid geometry.
j in us constantly, and then we shall Canadian turkeys just before Christ-
More power ... more speed . . . more smoothness. A brilliant
| love Thee with all our heart and mas: Saskatoon, Dec. 24.—Turkey
change of pace. You instinctively expect them. You some
St. Helens and Rainier
how know that's what you get in the All-American Six . . .
soul and strength and mind, and sales are reported good, but the
demand is for number one stock,
But consider these other reasons for its stirring success.
I Win First Games of Season our neighbor as ourselves.
The exacting care and craftsmanship with which the car is
St. Helens won the first league
from 10-11 pounds, leaving on
Does like produce like?
built. How marvelously it survives the tests and trials of
game of the season against Verno-
hand much lower grade poultry.
time . . . Here are stamina and endurunce that result only
I nia here Friday night by the close
Prices to country shippers delivered
from All-American engineering. Big, rugged, oversize
Next visit here Saturday
units. Balance and simplicity of design. Monthafter month
ani Sunday, January 28
G. W. Plumer, Pastor
) throughout the first three quarters,
pounds up, live 20 cents, dressed
of pitiless testing on General Motors Proving Ground . . .
Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. The 29 cents; No. 1 turkeys, 11-14
St. Helens was outscored by five
and super-precision construction throughout! . . . That’s
vations for FREE examina
points by Vernonia near the end pastor will preach a story sermon pounds, live 18 cents, dressed 27
why its power, speed and smoothness are measured in tens
tion with E. W. Holtham,
of thousands of miles. Why economy and dependability
I of the game, only to net some at 11 a.m. and the children will be cents; No. 1 turkeys, 9-11 pounds,
are Oakland owners’ by-words. Why All-American owners
] long shots which gave them the invited to have a special part.
live 15 cents, dressed 24 cents;
will tell you—“No better built car at the price!’’
The evening services will begin 7-9 pounds, live 13 cents, dressed
Dr. HARRY A. BROWN
necessary winning margin.
Rainier defeated Clatskanie at at 7:30 and will be a merged meet 22 cents; No. 2 turkeys, over 10
PRICES: 2-door Sedan, fill Ch: Landau Coupe, $1045; Sport
close of the first half the score
Roadster, flU75; I-door Sedan, fl 145; Cabriolet, fl 155;
Landau Sedan, $1265.
stood 12 to 10. Rainier scored deavor will have charge of the first pounds, live 8 cents, dressed 15
i'.'.’.'!.“'!' Sir. 2-boor Sedan. CS.i. Sit prices at factory. DeUeerod prices
from the opening minutes part. The pastor will speak on “Is cents; No. 3 turkeys, live 6 cents,
inclmle minimum handling chore.:, Katy Ur par on the Uberai Cenerai
of the game until five minutes be- Prohibition a Blessing or Curse to dressed 10 cents. Montreal, Dec.
Motors time Payment Plan.
fore the close.
News of Vernonia Schools
In All America
no Better Built Car at tke Rice !
Special Sport Equipment
Declamatory Contest Set.
rin«. . . . ,
trunk rack . . . (IIHI rrlr» on i,,».n ear. ... SI IO on
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CHURCH OF CHRIST
The Columbia County Element
ary league declamatjory contests I Bible school 10 a.m., "Jesus’
Sin.” Communion and
will take place on February 18, Power Over
with the final contest at Rainier morning worship 11 a.m., Evan-
i gelist Dunn. Christian Endeavor at
District spelling contests will be'6 :30 p.m. Evangelistic service at
held March 18 and the final at'7:30 p.m., Evangelist Dunn.
Beginning next Sunday and con
Clatskanie March 25.
tinuing every night during the
week, Evangelist Roy L. Dunn will
THE MOST IMPORTANT PEOPLE conduct revival meetings at the
IN THE WORLD
i Christian church. Brother Dunn is
Back of every man is the boy a very able scholar and speaker,
that made him; back of every wo- Recently he has been a professor
man is the gill she was. The most at the Eugene Bible university. The
important people in the world are public is cordially invited to all
the boys and girls in their teens. these meetings. Come every night.
It is they who settle all the
Teddy W. Leavitt, Pastor.
eat questions of life. What are
e great questions? They are :
What calling are you going to fol-
low? Who are you going to marry? *
What are you going to do with
Grain. Foreign wheat markets
your ideals? What will be your were firmer last week and there
philosophy of life—will you be sen- was an active cash demand in do
sual, material, or egoistic, and a mestic
lover of right and beauty? All of quality were advanced in most
these subjects are disposed of by markets. Latest information indi-
the children of twenty.
l cates that there was available for
Did you ever think upon the cur- export on January 1 about 500,-
000.00(f bushels of wheat or about
30,000,000 more than a year
earlier, with supplies in the north-
ern hemisphere larger and in the
southern hemisphere smaller pro
portionately. Import requirements
were estimated at 475,000,000
bushels by the International In-
stitute of agriculture. Rye has
strengthened with wheat; corn was
firmer with cold weather and more
active demand and I oats advanced
with corn. Barley prices made
some advances on light receipts
and good export demand, The
available supplies of
is now but little, if any. larger
than a year ago. 1 Flax was inde-
Hay and Feed, Hay shipments
in general lagged behind a year
ago up until December 15, but
Use a Safe Deposit Box for
safeguarding your valuables
Bank of Vernonia
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