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SPORTS—Through The Eagle’s Eyes
VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNONIA, OREGON
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1939
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sehorn and twice last year’s crop.
Mrs. Chance went to Portland Fri
That part of the United States
day to purchase new books for the apple crop to be sold for fresh
consumption is estimated at 102.6
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Thacker million bushels, compared with 82.4 [
and daughters were Forest Grove million in 1938 and 96.5 million as
& field tour Of 12,000 acres of Journal, will also be the principal
the 1927-1938 average. The apple rcc]ajne(j river bottom land on speaker at the annual banquet to
George Hult returned home with crop in Oregon and Washington and ,
in the western states as a group, which the government spent half a be held Monday night.
ai Elk Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry John attend- however, is smaller than last year, million dollars in soil and other im- j High-lighting the second day of
ecl the Washington County Fair Heavy yields are expected in the provements is planned as one phase the congress with a big free barbe-
nerth central and north Atlantic of
extensive program for the cue and an address by Governor
'29th annual Oregon Reclamation Charles A. Sprague, the remaining
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Chance I
Mill Team Is Winner in
Slight increases were registered congress at Clatskanie on Monday sessions of the convention will be
Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Chance and
Sunday Playoff at City
Milo John motored to Portland on fcr beans and sugar beets. The hop and Tuesday, September 11 and 12. rounded out with nearly a dozen
estimate was reduced slightly. Only
normal changes were made in the j The Tuesday morning program addresses by specialists pertaining
Carroll Wienecke and Richard
for peaches, pears, dried will be of special interest to recla-. to reclamation.
The O-A mill softball nine, by
Houghtaling visited in Mist Friday.
vz— ( ;
Tuesday reports include
virtue of a win Sunday over the
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Coady spent
The 1939 peppermint oil crop in ject farmers from both sides of the “Flood Control and Drainage in
F. O. E. team was automatically de-
Saturday at the fair in Hillsboro.
WILL SEEK COMPETI Dale McDaniel of Cornelius was Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Oregon I Columbia river and of the Cascade
dared winner of championship hon
Washington,” by Lars
ar.d Washington is expected to be 1 mountains, according to Dr. W. L.
ors in the city softball league,
TION IN COLUMBIA- here Monday delivering peaches.
! 5 per cent smaller than 1938 and } Powers, congress secretary and head
The first half of play was won
GROUP Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Schram spent [3 3 per cent below the 1929-1937 | of the department of soils at Ore- public works; “The Flood Control
by the Eagles and the second halt
the weekend in Portland visiting average.
jgcn State college. Reclamation of Program,” Col. John C. H. Lee,
Several members of the Legion relatives.
by the mill team making it neces-
logged-off land will be described district U. S. Engineer; “Pending
sary for the play off to determine
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grant and |
by Wm. A. Schoenfeld, dean and Irrigation
league winner. League play for the day evening of this week to seek Mrs. Emma Weed spent Friday and:
director of agriculture at Oregon Cupper; “Distribution and Sale of
second half was not fully completed entry of the Vernonia team in Saturday with friends in Estacada. |
. Bonneville Power,” Hoarce E. Bix
due to the fire season calling many competition with other teams of
Mr. and Mrs Bill Collins of Port-
by, Bonneville Power Company;
players away when games were the Columbia-Willamette Rifle Lea l-nd
the weekend at . the
“The Willamette Basin Project,”
scheduled. Play was postponed for
Claude Knapp home.
resentative, the response and an- Senator Douglas McKay, chairman
a time also due to the staging of
The Vernonia team entered the
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Sauers of
nua! address will be given by Presi- of Willamette project commission;
the district tournament and the league last year for the first time, Dtlena visited over the weekend
dent Frank T. Morgan of Nyssa, “improvement and Cropping of Re
necessity of preparing for that j During the forepart of the sched- with Mrs. Harry Hodgson.
Series of Narrative Dia Reports and addresses will take up claimed Land,” H. D. Howell, super
event. The Sunday game brought ule of that league the local team
Mrs. and Mrs. Clyde Carrick went'
logue Programs to Be th • forenoon of the first day. A intendent, Astoria experiment sta
the play off in determining the failed to make a creditable show to Portland Saturday and brought
lervice honoring the memory of tion; “Highway Problems on New
ii.g due to lack of a suitable range Francis and Opal home from their
Olen Arnspiger with E. H. Judd Projects,” Judge Guy Boyington,
prac- Aunts where they have spent the
Bdth teams in the contest were
What young forests means to the and Marshall N. Dana in charge Astoria; and “A Weed Control Pro
lacking a full roster of regular tice shooting. However, with the past three weeks.
Pacific northwest will be discussed pi ecedes the field tour. Dana, edi gram,” George A. Nelson, Columbia
players. The score of the game was advance of the season it was pos-
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Garner and thus fall and winter over KOAC in torial page editor of the Oregon county agent.
11 for the O-A and 10 for the sil.le to obtain space for a range Larry, Mrs. Van Blaricom, Mrs.
and after its construction a steady Emma Weed and Mr. and Mrs'. Ed a series of narrative, dialogue-style
improvement in scoring was noticed. ward Grant spent Sunday at New programs prepared and presented
I through the cooperation of the Jun-
A number of members of last berg.
j ior Forest council with headquar-
year’s team have undertaken regu
Mrs. Faye Cribben of Garibaldi | ters in Seattle and the Oregon
lar practices during the summer is visiting at the Weaver Clark j State college of forestry.
and will L- able to provide con home.
We supply you fresh meats, choice cuts and
I The Junior Forest council, of
siderable competition this season.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wienecke and1 whic.h \y. ,R. Melton of Seattle is'
guaranteed quality always, whether you place
■Chet and Melbert were in Hillsboro I executive secretary, includes state I
your order several days in advance, for a ban
>n business Saturday.
foresters of Oregon and Washing-j
or whether you run in just before dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Coldiron and daugh ton, and has a board of advisers,
(or telephone) for chops, you may be assured
The call for first turnout of foot SCHOOL OPENS WITH
ters of Yamhill spent the week end representatives of the American I
ballers for the Vernonia high ENROLLMENT OF 56
that the service will be prompt and the prices
it the home of Weaver Clark.
Legion, fire protective association. I
school squad Tuesday brought 35
Vernal Pickers spent the weekend th.- federal forest service and state
more than reasonable.
TREIIARNE — (Special to The
men into action that afternoon at Eagle)—Pleasant Hill school open- with his family. He has been at forest schools.
the city park field under the coach ed Tuesday with an enrollment of the home of his parents the past
Programs will be broadcast week-1
ing direction of Mason McCoy, 56 pupils. The same teachers as few weeks where he has been work ly on Wednesday evening starting .
Corey Hill—10 A. M.
football' mentor for the Loggers this last year are teaching, Mr. Sehorn ing
at 8 < o’clock. September subjects -
O-A Hill and East Si
“Oregon Trailers,” “The !
the upper grades, Mrs. Sehorn the
The squad this year includes only middle grades and Mrs. Chance law of Mr. Pickens and daughters, Story of Firtown” and “The Tree
3:30 P. M.
Ruby and Patty Lee of Salem were That Never Grew Up.”
a few lettermen from last year’s th- primary grades.
group, it was stated, the remainder
Miss Mildred Weed returned Sunday dinner guests at the Pickens
of the boys having had little if a»y | home from San Francisco Saturday home.
'evening where she has been attend-
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Park of King
Thorough practice schedules williii g school.
ston, Idaho, visited here from Tues
be followed in order to prepare for | Mr. and Mrs. Otto Stowell were
day until Thursday of this week
Quantity Orders Gladly Delivered
the first game of the season on'Sunday guests at the William
with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shipman.
September 29 at St. Helens.
Mrs. Park and Mrs. Shipman are
Reclamation Congress to
Hold 29th Annual Session
O-A Nine Defeats
Eagles for Champ
Of City League
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Grocery & Market
1939 Crops to
Prospect Remains Some
what Same as Report
General crop prespects
country as a whole remain must
same as a month ago despite local
changes and in respect to certain
items, according to a recent digest
of the situation by the O.S.C. ex
tension service, Conditions are I
somewhat less favorable than a1
year ago, and considerably below
Among the changes noted in -the:
(situation since the first olf July was
damage to pastures and ranges, corn
, and other late crops in extensive
northeastern and western areas. On '
the other hand, conditions improved !
in much of the central and southern
corn and cotton areas.
Wheat prospects improved in July
so that production is expected to be I
[731.4 million bushels, 15 million 1
bushels above the July estimate, ac-|
i cording to the government estimates i
t of August 1. Corn prospects declin
t ed to 2,460 million bushels, but im-j
prevement in oats, barley and grain
sorghums nearly offset the reduc
tion in corn crop prospects. Hay
production prospects improved slight
ly. The potato estimate was cut
nine million to 356.8 million
Alsike clover seed production in
the United States is estimated at
19.5 million pounds, 76 per cent
of the 1938 output but above aver
age. Winter field pea seed produc
tion in Oregon is expected to be
120 to 25 per Cent greater than in
'1938 when production amounted to
21.3 million pounds. Hairy vetch
seed production in Oregon, esti
mated at 8.5 to 9 million pounds,
compares with 7.1 million pounds as
the 1938 crop. Common vetch seed
production in Oregon is expected
to be somewhat above 1938, offset
to some extent by a reduction in
Hungarian vetch seed production.
The production of common rye grass
seed in Oregon is expected to be
considerably above 1938. English
rye grass seed production may be
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