Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, January 26, 1928, Image 1

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VERNONIA, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1926
1928 Jury Li«t Drawn
Basketball
Team
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Registered Mrs. H. E. McGraw, retiring By Park Guinmission To Second Position In The Here 192« For jury Juatice
Chamber
list for district,
lident, acted as intailing officer
4 of Columbia county. of which
the special meeting of the Ain-
P. Hill is justice of the peace, has
Vote In City at night,
On
Last
Year
’
s
Work
Columbia
County
League
erican Legion Auxiliary Monday
Year Of
been drawn as follows:
when the following members
Expects
Activity
R. M. Aldrich, Frank Allen. A. ■
Park Ha* Baan Graded, Cleared, One Point Defeat by St. Helen*
were placed in office.
and Tree* Trimmed; Tentative
In First Game Marred Perfect J. Austin, A. Bennett, Caos Ber-
Mrs. M. E. Moe, president; Mrs.
gerson, Chas Bergerson, PeteT Ber-
Plan* for 1928 Outlined
Record For Season.
Harry Wilson, vice president; Mrs.
gerson, L. Boeck Sr., J. W. Brown,i
Mrs.
J. C. Lindley, vice president.;
LonU Brown, C. Bruce, J. H. Bush J
(By
Mrs.
Judd
Greenman)
The
Vernonia
high
school
basket-
£. H. Washburn, secretary; Mrs.
The park commission was ap­ ball team has now reached second D. C. Cason, Albert Childs, H
R. F. Nance, treasurer Mrs. Em-
Christenson, J. M. Clark, B. J.
mett Crow, chaplain. Mrs. W. S. pointed by the mayor last March place ia the Columbia county
and held their first meeting on the league, in
which
St.
Helena, Cline, H. M. Condit, A. B. Counts,,
Eason, historian; Mrs. W.
B. Crowley, C. Bubendorf, R Dun­
Jacksoi n. sergeant-at-arms; Mrs. E. , 9th of that month. Since then there (Scappoose, Rainier and Clatskanie can, J. Emmons, R.
Emmott, J. A.
J. Toueli
Mrs. W. H. Hurley and j has been eight meetings of the are also competing. Vernonia’s two i Erickson.
Mrs. V.
owell, executive com- board and a great deal has been point defeat of Rainier here last
A. Fonda, L. L. Graven, C. P. Goal of 300 Member* i* Set For
Be ■Mto
accomplished.
Friday makes the situation look
The city council allowed
the favorable for a chance at
the Hieber, G. Henkle, R. Hammack,
.After the lnstaUatto* Mrs. H.
Î020: P.*t Year We* Fir*» le
E. McGraw was presented with a park $100, and $141.66 was taken championship pennant, according to F. Hartwiclt, A. R. Holme«, W. H.
WMeb AetHe All Year.
Hurley.
G.
C.
John«,
H.
John«,
M.
1
in
on
Vernonia
day.
This
money
local
fans.
past president* jewel.
set
With a special city exaction
has been used for grading, clear- i A nervousness In playing was Jolley, J. Kraniek, A, L, Kullander,
The Vernonia Chamber of Com-
for February 14. when the voters
ing away brush and trimming trees evident in the game with St. Hri- J. R. I*e. Chas. M«lm«ten, H. E. i merce ha« set a goal of 300 mem-
Pomona Granfa Meat* Feb. 4.
of Vernonia will decide whether
«■na at the first of the
eason, .fnGraw, B. McDonald, J. A. Me- bere for 1928, ««cording to R. M.
olumoia County Pomona Grange >n the park.
they want a charter amendment to will have betr 98th regular ses-
This year the city council voted I which has been partly overcome. In Donald, J. P McDonald, John Mil- Aldrich, president, who stetes thet
permit the council co peas ordi- son with Beaver Valley Grange the park $500 and some of this the first half of the Rainier game, lets G*0^ MeGonald, ^Chna Mellinger,, the past year was the most sue-
nancns «ompellmg property owner« *** on Saturday, February 4. The sum has been spent for digging i Vernonia lead 18 to 10. During Perry Mellinger, Mike Miller, C. ceasful in ita history, haring been
to construct or repair ixdewalks
secretaries are asked to end in a ditch and grading with a tractor, Rainier's rally In the second half, A, Milla, G. R. Mill*.
the first year that the cnamber was
the city, the warning .s issue«
more
Pomona reports in ample time for Several huge stumps were burned| the Vernonia team made
Alex Morton, Mike O'Conner, F, active the whole time.
City Bocorder D 3.
ng.
and now the ground is in fine I shot* at the basket than Rainier, Overson, Andrew Parker, N. J.
An office has been maintained,
but few are enr.irieit
but
nervousness again
creeped I Parker, W. O. Porterfield, C. W. I where general information ia given
shape.
over
present.
them,
and
but
few
were
net-
Magazines Will Be
As soon as the weather is set­
r.sithner, Thos. Riggles, J, W. Rose, out to traveler« and settler«, both
tied enough there will be more ted.
Since less r.han I'll'
R. Sewman, Earl Snider, Dan from personal inquiry and through
Furnished High School
The game in Portland
Friday Steiner, A. Sword, R. Spencer, J. the ’ malls. Many inquiries
aity election in the
,-orne
By P.-T, Aaaociation grading done and the ground will | night
•
_ O.
_ i every week from persons interest-
with Hill Military academy, E. Tapp, E. f —
be leveled and seeded to grass. A |
ail others iuroinu.:e:i..v
Thompson,
C.
1 Tre- ed in this section of Oregon, who
their «egistmtnin. uieoraimr
•Mociation number of people have offered to is expected to give the local team Thoma«, Roy Tucker,
------- Rvan
law. It will he necewsaT” ft
ool Fri­ donate plants and shrubs and these a good workout, inasmuch aa it I harne, C. A. Van Alatine, Harry want to go into the dairy, sheep,
doe* not figure In the county Wilaon, Albert Wood, Bert Wood, poultry, general
will be collected and planted.
persons to re-register
farming or other
Water will be piped into the league reaults. January 31 the lo- Dave Ihibendorf.
this coming election ih
businesses.
col
’
earn
will
journey
to
Clatskanie,
rk and a camp stove built 80
ed recently no omrer nemi
With j larger membership, the
it can be used for picnics, . Some where local fans hope they will Women« Relief Corp«
swearing in of voters
scope of work ■>f the secretary's
tables and benches have 1 already even the score against that te«m,
day in. Oregon.
Install« Officer« For
office will be enlarged, according
been donated and the park com­ when the chance for the county
February
1 to Mr. Aldrich, who states that
1928;
All
Day
Meeting
championship
was
lost
on
that
floor.
mission hopes to have a well estab­
Judge Reasoner
the amount of work that can be
lished city park functioning
9 as the last day wnen Ila will
The Women« Relief Corp« in- 1 done l o advertise this csHey ¡a
carlv summer.
cept regisirauom. üor thu sue
stalled tha nrrwly ctortcd of firm limited only by the funds avail.
ere are plans for tennis courts
election, as he must nave tme
for 1928 at an all day m>«t?nff
play grounds for the children
prepare the poll books ind
Thursday, Mr*.
Homomsn
came
ha< recently
money is now available Review
material for the election in
natal!
of
Commodity
Marks) over from Portland
member« n «W-
parstus as soon
ruary 14. He also tales
officers,
illation
Trend* For Peat Weak
preferanee
would be advisable for ail
luncheon
Op 71 Which
Grain. The market for the
who were sworn in he
opti­
of
it* i .it
eipai grains held generally
on rd to
register to, . as misiak
wined this
during the w< eek just past,
they voted to cheek
*roaident.
»laeinff
competition for high protein
records to see if they
ties of Hp ring wheat advanced
occurred at such times
narket won newhet for the best
void the registration.
ty. TF
vns a fair demand
With the move
confine
XDortfl
both , red and
Portland,
Oregon
in asking for free
ie Pacific nor
within the city limits,
ready outlet
that there is a scareit..
annels.
walks in this locality. Among
generally
things, the post office depai
t in all markets,
requires continuous sidewalks
demand for feeding
all places where mail is »o be de­
ruled firm all
livered. With he need so apparent
Miller;
ountry
the city council quickly passeu a
Mo. 4,
Hay
and
1
feed.
ll
iff
her
as sea
resolution puLting up the char:, ,
.rices during the paat V
•ec8
n tillm«-r.
Proceed« of "Hook and
strengthened feed prieta.
into
Ladder No. 9” To Go
seed
products
mcultam
i
again
rule
bu suitinu-
arly higher, Alfalfa meal
ara wer
To Fire Department
«rally firm, Hay market
-'tamps,
impre ventanti» was firm to a little higher.
drier
Potatoes.
The potato
the personal
nonio
operato the seemed •omewhat weaker,
the tax roll end of I sat week, all over t
anted annually to try. California. ( iregon, 1
theatre
government and ton and Idaho xh tipped 1245
d tiring th i week of January r 8 to
That
40 Local Pupil« Pa««
forests now eon- 14. an < ■ mpared w>tb 799 I cam the fire depart«
Slate Examination«
ired and fifty ‘he week before. The total move- accurato »« pos«
Loe
A
n
vetes
plae
ment
for
orated in 27
United State* < during
mentioned wan 5.344 ■$r>urcaa of its firefighting force*
the territori«« the first we
o Rico. Over car« c-,mnared with 4,217 the pra- the 'd.spneal of th* F R O sr>w
for the filming of “Hook and lari
wo million vioua wee«.
nth ' radei
Apple«. Apple* are morin* ac­ der No. 9.”
per mt of the
I in the eleven tively from storage. Compared with
All the fire-h nw
Wash: iffton. Or*» t'twnou* season« the shortage tn cold actually tak*n in thç «nffin*
Un*. and go«, Caliform
Montana, Idaho, -torage stocks is hemming greater nuartwrw at rhe envi
ey were. Wyoming, Uta c o lo rado, J Arizona, and greater. Few change* occurred and
rdxnance Nevada,
an
New
Mexico, in apple price* during the week and th** many *h<^w of
>e<>rge
I and occupy an
eighteen p >er cent jo*t passed altho price« on Euro­ trueka m act Inn verw
lohnston
of the aggregate area of f these pean market« declined somewhat. th«
St« McDonald
ed of* but they states.
Butter. A firm tone to the but­ th«*r own
Morris, lehn
le second great
If the national foresto
hm ter market at Han r ranetsro pre-
vVhito thto ¡.arti ci nation
Pendlo-
; y »tena, and opened the«e eleven Mtates »er« tranaferr
aiied. In the r. a stern rnarketa the fir»men in the pictura lent
Trud«,
to net tie ment and to Atlantic coast
Prices decii
of rcaiam found imnAwaihlc
lion i* still
the entire are*
fam in any othar way. h
1 fi.r
lU^t of Maine,
ithdrawaia
t»d »H« in* of extrem«
f Vermont, Masaach
prieee are
ear« in iiffhttof and fi
30&.000 po
f cut, Rhode Island.
actio«, a* ali of th« n
1 Jersey.
Pennsylvania,
in storage
faatiy refased to dona i
l4ur<l,
■ Delaware, and Weat
with 3434
ago,
■‘Hooii and I adder
•ore,
and a fin
» held them.
«tory baaed upo « the r
41c
•berne.
hew
f two
' I1MF *
»hA
k. It ia estimated that
ven
pc
Wool a*
> hundred mllion feet
ita-
1«
t
tlmo.-r is stanu.
r woto ane nair-raiMa* -".capes
-. national forests. and
n< the courue of their duty and
. and ten million acres
been a • Ml to »»id to be 01
l for ¡crazing purposes.
met 4-amatically realM
Many people have U m mt
of fire d
early notion ’hat to conserve our I
«lthin we must entirely slop the
• tarea member« at
living, and keep H as it stands for
• future
n
Keefe,
E4-
i exiets.
Ellia. Mary
. Umber
Gordon Lue
ir»g after
uuntry and a »«alter L. Rr«iwer,
to bat with
vittori bu(
Mng tn ’nere«.» n- etibart.
•t ware ea*
j <»*■•
All Not Voting io last Election
Most fte-register
Committees Evolved
February 91$ Last Date
MemberstiíD Orive le Start
Late Farm Market Review
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