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Thursday, January 19, 1928.
Three Musketeers,” Dumas; “Les make it possible to deliver lumber
Miserables” (2 vol.) Victor Hugo; to the builder under cover from the
Revival meetings now being con “Talisman,” Scott; “Lo, Going to log in the mill, through dry kilns
ducted by Evangelist Roy L. Dunn Paris,” Laughlin; “Forever Free,” and planing mill, into the car un-
are being well attended. Every Murrow;
“Cockades,” Minnega-'der the roof and into sheds at
night Evangelist Dunn preaches in roade; “Labels,” Gibbs; “Hilde- Portland.
Catherine Hoffman ........... Editor Della Cline ........... Administration Frances Lappe .... Junior Reporter teresting Biblical sermons. Everyone
Louise Simmons, ....... Asst. Editor Norman Green'................. Literary Charlotte Green....... Soph. Reporter is invited to these meetings. Come! garde,” Norris; “Tomorrow Morn-1 This firm handles the product of
Clarence Wardle ...................'.Sports Ralph Peck ....... Senior Reporter Larry Marshall Freshman Reporter You will enjoy it and be benefitted ing,” Parrish; We must March,” the Oregon-American Lumber com
M urro w; “U nderstanding Heart,” pany’s mill at Vernonia.
by it. The following topics will be Kyne; “Magic Garden,”
In addition to dry lumber, the
team on the latter’s floor Friday Ito the end of the game,
“Dawn,” Porter; “Dark Dawn,” Portland firm recently has added
Girls’ Team Ties
Thursday “The Restoration Move Ostenso; “Under the Tareo Rim,” several other lines, including the
night by a score of 37 to 17. St.
Bennett netted some unusual
Scappoose, 17 to 17
Helens has not yet been defeated shots in the game Friday, in con ment.” Friday, “The Missing Link.” Grey; “Cherry Square,” Richmond; cedar products of the E. C. Miller
(By Clarence Wardle)
The Vernonia high school girls ky any °t Columbia county’s high trast to his playing against st. Saturday, “Christian Liberty,” with ‘.‘Professor’s House, Cather; “Porty- Cedar company, the Weyerhaeuser
• Helens here the week before, He chart. Sunday morning 11 a.m. gee,” Lincoln; “The Call of the line of hemlock flooring, and the
basketball team played the Scap-sch001 tcams'___________
seemed to be able to find the bas- “The Fullness of Fellowship With Canyon,” Grey.
poose girls to a tie game
I IXL brand of Michigan maple floor
ket from the most dificult posi- Christ.” Tuesday, “Christ’s Author-
Friday night, 17 to 17.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Garner do ing. It also has acquired the
I ity and Commission.” Wednesday, nated the following books: “Wild- agency for the maple floor stains
Vernonia fought a hard battle Rainier Here Friday
Hodges is playing a type of “What Hath God Spoken?” Meet fire,” “U. P. Trail, ,” ’
(By Clarence Wardle)
with Scappoose and though out-
“Rainbow put out under the sponsorship of
Vernonia will play one of the game this season that marks him ings every night except Mondays, I Trail.” “Desert Gold,’ “Light of maple flooring manufacturers.—Or
weighed by a hundred pounds, kept
the Scappoose girls from gaining strongest teams in Columbia county as one of the best guards in the
the Western Stars,”
Regular Bible school Sunday at the Desert,” “Riders “Heritage of
| Friday night, when Rainier comes county. His work on defensive is
the winning point.
of the Pur-
The need for stronger defensive
pie Sage,” “Desert of Wheat,”
Astoria—Eastern capital may lo
Teddy W. Leavitt, Zane Grey; “Men of
playing by the local team was tie with St. Helens at the top of some close contests.
the : Forest,”
Pastor. “Eyes of the World,” W right; cate here with new paper mill.
| Parker’s speed assures the team
shown in this first game of the the league with no defeats.
Since St. Helens won here by the this year of a fest-playing forward
season. The Scappoose girls were
“Baby Peg’s Own Story Book,”
<*' Lady of the Decoration,” Little;
all larger in stature and had the narrow margin of one point, Rain-:w^° can be depended upon for
J. MASON DILLARD
Vernonia girls at a disadvantage ier is not conceded more than an profitable
There will be Sunday school at History of the World War,”
even chance to win this coming diminutive stature is no handicap
throughout the game.
9:45 a.m. The pastor will preach March; “The Master Key,' ” Wilson;
‘ contest. St. Helens won fsom Clat- to his playing.
“The Girl of Tim’s Place,' Munn; Next to Carkin Cleaning Works
Four Boy* Go Swimming
I skanie last Friday 37 to 17, while
E. Gordon,” Kelpies,
Here Every Wednesday
Four atletic boys went for a Rainier beat Clatskanie the week great service at center where he reception of members.
dip in the Nehalem river Saturday before only 24 to 18, which would usually gets the tipoff. He seldom
7 p.m. And preaching again at 8 Bunyan; “White Flag,” Porter;
afternoon. While peacefully coast seem to give St. Helens the edge needs to jump to shoot a basket.
Letters to Children by Famous Peo
DR. ELLA WIGHT
ing down the rippling stream, the on playing the game.
ple”; “A Wonder Book,” Haw
DR. C. J. WIGHT
boat became panic stricken and
If Vernonia wins this game with
evenings at 8 o’clock. The study
started for ports onknown, ending Rainier, then there is a good chance ! shot and has a cool head.
kam; “A History of Oregon,” Blue.
Blood Pressure Examination
I of the local team being in strong) 1 Adams, though a freshman, stands
up against a log jam.
Rheumatism, Neuritis, Stomach,
Morris Bennett, Donald Hodges, running for the championship hon- in big with the team. He is un
To Deliver Lumber Dry
The Women’s Missionary society
i usually fast and a good player.
Liver and Intestinal Troubles
Neal Bush and Bodie Hieber sec-'ors.
A good crowd from Vernonia will have a social meeting tonight. ed its shed capacity to 500,000
ing that it was Saturday afternoon
instead of Saturday night, took a Vernonia Basketeers Win attended the game at Scappoose
feet to meet an increased demand
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
Friday night. It was even said that
bath. Neal and Morris held to a From Scappoose 21 to 9
Sunday school 2:30 p.m. An ac for dry lumber. The new facilities
Vernonia was better represented
log until Mr. Peck pulled them(
count of bad weather and sickness,
(By Clarence Wardle)
out. Donald went deep sea diving
meetings have not been held regu
for a time, and Bodie swam to
larly, but from now cn the pastor
shore. It is said the city water de of the season at Scappoose Friday
hopes to build them up again. Par
partment plans to send Donald a
Ito 9. Bennett was high point man St. Helens
2 0 1000 ents please bring your children. The
bill for the water he drank.
with Parker second.
1 0 1000
St. Helens Beats Clatskanie
started with Scappoose' Vernonia
500 week at private houses, all are in
DR. W. H. HURLEY
St. Helens basketball team de- getting
feated the Clatskanie high school soon gained the lead and held it Clatskanie
DENTISTRY AND X-RAY
Paint Shop Moves
Evenings by Appointment
The Vernonia Auto Top
Office over Brown Furniture Store.
During 1927, Oregon graded Alaskan Editor to
All-Star Grid Team
small building next to the Keller
Devote Long Nights
Of Entire Nation Is
Candy Kitchen to the east side,
miles, resurfaced 66.3 miles, and
To Study With If. O.
widened 33.7 miles state highway.
Named by U. O. Scribe between the telephone office and
Bnown Furniture company. F. J.
M. D. COLE
I UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eu-
Next visit here Saturday
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eu Adams and C. J. Henderson are
It is advisable for farmers in ’ gene.—A definite study program with gene,—A galaxy of stars of many grid the proprietors.
and Sunday, January 28
western Oregon to look over all : the University of Oregon Extension irons glisten on the All-American team
dead furrows again to see that
Library Ha. New Books
just selected at the University of Ore
vations for FREE examina-
they are clean so all the surface
The library board recently pur
with E. W. Holtham,
Cordova, Alaska, in a letter to gon by the Seven Seers, authors of the
water may drain off. This will pre 1 | Times,
Earl M. Pallett, registrar of the Uni humorous column of the Daily Emerald. chased the following books: “The
vent water from standing on the versity. “Speed in assisting me with Lindbergh, Henry Ford, Al Smith,
MARK EVERY GRAVE
HARRY A. BROWN
winter crops that are already plant- a program is essential, ”he writes, “for two of the DeAutremont boys, Men
Memorials in Granite and Marble
this town drags one down to the level cken, Fall and Sinclair, President Cool
At Reduced Prices
of Siwash and ‘breed’ without mental idge and Gene Tunney make up the
WRITE FOR PARTICULARS
CHURCH OF CHRIST
News of Vernonia Schools
Lindbergh is chosen because of “his fully guaranteed, sold at
Mr. Faith already has a total of 30
(From School of Home Economics) hours earned by extension from the outstanding aerial work” and further,
these remarkably low
say the selectors, “As for total yard
Pictures look best when the University, and he plans to obtain the age, it speaks for itself.” Lindbergh
center of interest comes at nearly i maximum number of credits by this is given the fullback position.
30x3 >4 Cl. Cord .................... $7.35
eye level. A better effect is gain method. He hopes to attend college- “Ford, our choice for quarterback, in (A big tire, certain to give lowest
on and obtain his degree.
cost per mile.
ed when they lie flat against the > later
“I want to major in psychology.” his selection of plays for the year has I
wall instead of tipping forward.
writes Mr. Faith. “I would also like completely baffled opposing teams all 29x4.40 Balloon ...................... $8.75
some short story courses, but I want a season,” it is said. “Our team is not (Unsurpassed at any price)
consistent program of study. xMy read handicapped by weather conditions be 31x5.00 Balloon (30x4.95) $12 90
cause Al Smith’s ability in a wet field (A double oversize for 29x4.40.
119, American Le» ing turns to anatomy, niy thoughts to
is unquestionable,” the Seers continue. Can be used on either drop center
i gion. Meets second philosophy, actions to concrete, my
Smith is named right halfback.
or regular rims)
gand fourth Tues- spirit to confusion. I am a blonde by
II. L. Mencken is placed at left half,
.? days each month, S protoplasm, English by birth, six feet because he “is easily the greatest kick- , 30x5 Heavy Duty Cord, 8 ply.........
7 p.m. W. H. Hurley, bv accident and alive by circumstance. er of all time.” Also, “The D'Autre- |
That’s about all I know concerning the
(Best for the long haul or the
great ‘ego’ but I would be glad to an mont brothers have proved themselves short haul)
the most elusive pair developed in
Heavy Duty Cord ... $39.75
In explaining his time, Mr. Faith years,” and for this reason are given | : 32x6
(A new truck tire to fit 30x5
Regular communi- says he works nine hours a day on the the berths of right and left ends.
cation first and newspaper, and has social obligations “Fall and Sinclair,” it is declared, j J rims)
third Wednesdays that take an average of two or three “have attracted national attention, and Be sure to use T. I. E. D.
month. nights a week. The rest of the timo are a slippery pair of tackles who sel
All visiting sisters he wishes to devote to study and read dom fail to smear plays. Will Rogers, Red Tubes.
who keeps in practice by throwing the Heavy gauge. Tough age
and brothers wel ing.
Nights are long in Alaska, it Ì3 bull, is a sure bet at guard, and no resisting compound. Easily
out, and there is no inducement body fill* the other berth better than repaired.
Catherine McNeill, W. M.
to remain outdoors. The situation is Tunney, under whose terrific hammer- .
Leona McGraw, Secretary.
practically ideal for study, and Mr. ing no opponent can stand.”
“Coolidge, at center playing what 30x31^ (Will fit either nominal or
Faith plans to go into extension work
giant casing) ......................... $1.60
may be hie last year for old Massachu
“May I hear from you soon!” con- setts, due to his contested eligibility 29x4.40 (Will fit either regular
Rebekah Lodge No. 243
or drop center equipmt......... $2.05
the request. “Thank you tor for 1928, has had more plays built
No. 243, I.O.O.F., meets every sec eludes
your attention to this cry from the around him than any other Americas 31x5.00 (Can be uwd in either
ond and fourth Thursdays in wilderness! ”
center this year, and for that reason
31x5.00 or 30x4.95 casings)....
he cannot be overlooked.
Grange hall, Vernonia. Visitors al
The team is as follows:
30x5 (Will withstand hard service
U. O. MEN HONORED
Mrs. Viola Trehame, N.G.
and the heat of long hauls $3.50
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eu- Quarterback—H. Ford (Mich.)
Mrs. Hazel Thompson, Sec.
32x6( To be used only in 32x6
gene.—Dr. George Rebec, head of the Right half—Al Smith (N. Y.)
casings designed for 30x5 rims)
department of philosophy at the Uni Left half—Mencken (N. Y.)
W. O. W. Vernonia camp No. 655 versity, was named delegate to the na Right
convention at Chicago late in Kight tackle—Fall (N. Mex.)
meets every Monday night at sever. tional
December while in attendance at the Right guard—Rogers (Calif.)
thirty nt the Grange Hall, Visiting Pacific coext philosophic convention at Center—Coolidge (Mass.)
or tube for your car and
complete satisfaction on
Berkeley Cal., last week. Dr. IL G. Left guard—Tunney (N. Y.)
ROBERT LINDSEY, C. c.
also of the Oregon depart- Left tackle—Sinclair (N. Y.)
your tire purchases, deal
. C. DUSTF.N CLERK.
ment ,was ade a member of the execu Left end—H. D'Autrement (Ore.)
tive board of the Pacific coast group.
Vernonia Lodge, No. 184 A.
F. A A. M., meets at Grange
Hall every Second and
Fourth Thursday nights.
RHODES EXAMS SET
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eu-
gene.—Four University of Oregon stu-
dents who recently passed the prelim
inary Rhodes scholarship tests will go
to Portland December 10 for the final
examinations. One student will be
selected from the state to go to Oxford
on the award.
The University students are Henry
Aiderman, Portland; Theodore Ruch,
Robert F. Jackson, Eugene, and Ralph
STUDENT'S POEM PUBLISHED
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eu
gene.—Etha Jean Clarke, Eugene, has
just been acclaimed one of the leading
j'oets of the University of Oregon.
Publication of her work entitled •• Tri
umph" has just been announced in the
Lyric West, a magazine of poetry pub
lished in Los Angeles. She is already
at work on others for publication.
I.O.O.F.—Vernonia Lodge 1
Miss Clarke is a student in the school
246 meets every Tuesday nil
of journalism, and has won praise for
at 8 o’clock, in Grange hall. A
her short stories written for various
itors always welcome.
classes, She plans to make writing her
DR. RAINEY INSTALLED
life work, although she confesses to a
M. E. Graven, N. G.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON,
John Glnssner, Secretary.
gene.—A complete account of the in
stallation of Dr. Homer P. Rainey,
former professor of education at the
AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY
FRESHMEN OFFERED PRIZES
University of Oregon, as president of
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON. Eu Franklin College, has been received by
Meet, first and third Mon-
day. of each month at gene.—As an added incentive to frosh Dr. Arnold Bennett Hall, president of
debaters. Coach J. K. Horner is an the University here.
the Legion Hall.
nouncing several prizes, totalling about
Franklin College is the alma mater of
Mrs. Mark E. Moe, President.
*100, to be awarded at the end of the Dr. Hall, and is regarded very highly by
Mrs. E. H. Washburn. Secretary.
year to the best men and wjgzeu on the educators throughout Che country.
MRS. M. N. LEWIS & CO.
Fourth and MAin St.
S. P. & S. Transportation Co
The new stages leave Vernonia at 6:40, 10:40
5:20 p.m. arriving
2 hours and 55
utes later. Returning leave Portland 7:30
1:00 and 5:00 p.m. arriving Vernonia 10:40
4:05 and 8:05 p.m.
Fares to Portland
Daily: 30 Day
U. Rys. Co. trains leave Vernonia 11:55 a.m., ar-
riving Portland 2:05 p.m. Returning leave Portland
7:35 a.m., arriving Vernonia 9:52 a.m.
Note: Rail,or stage tickets accepted on either
trains or stages.
Folders, further information etc., of
J. J. Hoydar, Vernonia Drug Co., R. M. Aldrich,
S. P. & S. Transportation Co.
Use a Safe Deposit Box for
safeguarding your valuables
Bank of Vernonia