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    F RIDAY. SEPT EMBER 29, 1939
VOLU ME 16, NUMBER 39
VERNONIA, COLU MBIA COUNT Y. ORE GON
2 6 G ra d u a tes fro m
0 A P L A N T i C L O SE D
V ern o n ia H igh S ch o o l
Two Poems M eeting of W ed.
T o A tte n d C ollege
To Be
Clioice of Ins titutions of
Highe r Education Va r y
Wid e ly
A s iSvoy T ucid«y o f this wook
r e ve ale d t h a t 2fl itudcnt* who hnvo
gr ad uat od
troni Ve r nonia
hig h
achool plan to atte nd v a r io u s
■chools of hfirher e ducation In tho
atate with the ope ning of t he fa ll
te r m.
Choice of school* va r ie d
a mo ng nine in the state.
A t tho Unive rsity of Ore gon we r o
I'.ftcd Alice Hoffman, E liia b e t h
Schalock, I « Z 4 8 Brock and T r u m a n
Knig ht . At Oregon State Co lle ge
we ro La r r y Marshall, Harold Caaon,
Bill T homps on. Dick Lowia an d
Dor is Rae Eite y.
T hre o choices wero placed w it h
P o r tla nd Unive rs ity: LaVon Ge or g e ,
Ja c k Ande rs on and Robe rt Co na n t.
S ix for me r high school s tu de nts
w ill atte nd classes at Pacific U n i­
ve r s ity , a t Forest Grove. T he y will
bo Har r y Culberts on, George Stan-
ke y, Aur be y Fitige r ald, Char le s Mc-
Gr aw , Albe r t Schalock and Clar e
Ja r v is .
Clift o n Hiatt will be a s tud e nt
a t Linfie ld college and Ge r a ldin e
Cas on a t Multnomah ' college In
Por tla nd .
F our s tudents will atte nd Or e ­
gon Nor mal at Monmouth. T he y ar o
Ma r g ar e t Salomons en, Eve r e tt Me e ­
ke r , Bill Byers and Fred He n d e r ­
s on.
T o ih t K u k c ‘will atttfnd tho U n i­
ve r s ity of Oregon Me dical Sc hoo l
in Po r tland and Zonweisa Doug las s
tho Cascade college, fo r m e r ly the
P o r t la nd Bi’. > Ins titute , als o of
P or tland.
Ele ction ot
Officers He ld
At Institute J
McCrae Named Pre s ide nt
of County Divis ion of
p . S. T. A. for Ye ar
An e le ction of office rs he ld los t
Monda y dur ing par t o f the C o lu m ­
b ia county school ins titute na m e d
Wallac e
McCrae, Ve r nonia
hig h
s chool principal, to head the O)-
lum bla County divis ion of tho Or e ­
gon State Teachers' As s ociation for
the coming year. McCrae . laa t y c r r ,
s er ve d as vice pre side nt of the or-
g a n iia t io n which deals w ith tho
ad minis t r at io n of school a ffa ir s In
the county.
T wo othe r offlcvts choien d u r in g
the me e ting named Ve r nonia rcslr
de nts to serve for tho as s ociation.
T ho vice president pos ition this
ye a r w ill be fille d by Robe r t Kinl-
p a n o f Rainie r ; s ecretary’s pos i­
tio n by. M iu Thelma Rapis e y; tr e as ­
ur e r , M * . Addalln Gr s y '- o f St.
He le ns and t r u ile i for this d is t r ic t ,
E. H. Condit, s upe r inte nde nt o f the
Ve r no nia grade schools.
Arre s t Brings Re turn
O f Stolen Car—
Albe r t Tichenor was ar r e s te d
T hur s day In Portland by P o r t la n d
police fo r tho possession of a s tole n
car . T ho automobile was o wne d by
N a t Pe rdow. Marshal A. D. Ix ille y
r e tur ne d tho arrested man he r p Fr i
da y on war r ant whe re pr e lim ina r y
he ar ing In the Jus tice of Pe ach
Co ur t was waived. T iche nor was
bo und ove r to tho gr and Ju r y .
Appc s r lng ' this we e k
fo r
readers of T he Ea gle ' w ill bo
found an adve r tis e me nt co ve r ­
in g the back page, . png c 8,
s ta ting the pos ition o f t h o In ^
tornational
Woodwor ke r s
of
Ame rica, to c a l No. .3 7 , oa to
the ir poiltlon in - the pr e s e nt
alte rcation among e mploy e e s
o f tho Ore gon- Ame rican L u m ­
be r
Corpor ation. Re a d
tho
s tate me nt r e gar ding the sltual-
tlo n for tho in fo r m a tio n t h a t
it contains.
Services fi?r
Mrs. Me llinge r
Held Saturday
Funeral He ld fo r Ve r
nonia Re s ide nt a t St.
Helens
Mrs . Edna May Me llinge r , 02, a
fi r me r resident o f St, He le ns , die d
lit Emanuel hocpitai In P o r tla nd
Thurs day mor ning at 4:5B. Mrs.
Me llinge r had been ill fo r s everal
months and whe n her c o n d it io n bo'
come worse a fe w daya a g o she
x an taken to the Por tland hos plta;.
iiie ' Mellinger fa mily live d in St.
lle te n s for ne arly 30 ye ar n boforo
changing their residence t o Vcrno-
nia In 1030.
■Mrs. Mellinge r was b o m ' In Now
Hampton, l6wa, Octobe r SO, 1870;
She wni marrie d at H o u lt o n on
Ju n e 7, 1807.
She ii s urvived by he r hus band,
Willia m J. Me iilnge ri one da ug hte r ,
Mrs . Willard Howe ll o f Ve r n o n ia ;
fo ur brothers, Eme r y Mills o f No r th
Car olina, Guy Mills o f Ga r ib a ld i,
an d T. B.“ and C. A. Mills o f Vcr-
nonla.
Services were held at tho Roge ta'
Fune r cl Home in S t He le ns and
bur ia l was held at Ya n k t o n Ceme­
te r y. ■
Membership Drive
Started by Eagles—
A contest to increase m e m be r ­
s hip was s tarted las t we e k b y the
Fr ate rnal Ordor o f Ea gle a by tho
na ming of te am captains whose
t ia m s will compote in tho ve nt ur e .
Ar t hur Kirk waa name d c a p t a in of
one team and Albe r t P lo r C o 'o f the
othe r. The contcs t closes t h o flr at
o f November.
—
Large Orde r of T ie
Plates Delivered—
An order o f r ailr oad t r a c k tie
plates ?rclghlng 48,000 p o u n d s was
rielivered this wc| >k to t ho Suns e t
Lag ging company. The o r de r com-
I'le tcs material s uffic ie nt fo r the
company logging roads ,, it w as s tat­
e d. The delivery waa mado v ia the
Ne halcm Valle y - Motor F r e ig h t .
Scappoose to Get
Chainber of Comme rce — .
A move to organise a Cham be r
o f Commerce will be u n d e r ta ke n At
Scapppose T hurs day e ve ning , ac­
cor ding to Mayor J. J . B u t le r o f
t h a t city. David EcCles, s e c r e tar y
In the goyernor’a office , w ill bo
pre se nt to assist with the o r g a n is a ­
tio n derails.
Annua l Rally Day—
Sunda y Is Annua l Ra lly Da y at
'.he F in t Chris tian church. A spec­
ial program is be ing pr e pa r e d fo r
A r e por t made late We dne s da y
the Bible School hour a n d the
nfte r n oo n atated ' t h a t Ro be r t Ke y
chur ch is .e x pe c ting a la r g o a t t e n ­
b a g g t d w lu t was thought t o ' be
dance . t h e hour Is 0:46 o'c lo c k.
the lar ge s t deer take n b y a ny
h un t e r o f recent years In t h i* t c ^ T a a c U a t a t K lit —
to r y . T he animal we ighe d
208
Miss Mar jor la Me e ke r , fo r m e r
(o a n d a dr e ue d and was o f the Ve r nonia res ide nt, has be e n e ngag e d
b la c k u ll species. It was s ho t ne a r as Ins tructor a t tho Kis t achoo r this
Bac ons . ' '
yesr.
■ .
Lar ge 'De e r
Re porte d Wednesday-
.,! '
IWA lO C A L , NO. 37
MAKES ST AT EMENT
T O CIT IZENS
. .
iPublished
‘T he Sea,” a n d “ Or e gon
Thunderstorm” - tio A p ­
pear' in Poetry Dige s t
Two poems w r it te n b y Ve r noniit
poe t> arc to be pub lis h e d in T he
Poe try Digest, An n u a l Antholo gy
o f Verse, the 1030 e dition of
which is to be re le as e d w itliln
s hort time, it was a t a t e d . this we e k.
One of the poe ms , "T h e Soa'
wr itte n by Edna P a ula .E ng e n will
bo reprinted fo r tho fif t h time
when it appears in t h a t publica tio n.
Forme r publications w ill bo The
Me lting I’ot, a ‘ ma g a zine o f ve me .
The Poet's Cor ne r In the Jo u r n a l,
Ame rican Wome n Poe ts , a book,
and The Eagle.
Tlic other compo s ition, “ Ore gon
T hundir s tor m" w r itte n by Violo
Hokenson Dial has be e n pr inte d In
the Poet'a Cor ne r o f tho Or e gon
Jo ir n a l nnd with Its publica tio n
in The Poetry Dige st w ill have iip-
pcare d In pr int lo r tho t hir d time .
The Poetry Dige s t is publis he d
ot Times Square , Ne w Yo r k, Now
York.
The compositions fo llo w :
T HE S E A
Woe I be unto thos e who love the
sea.
For tho sea, like a greiMly and
clutching mistress,
Novei; gives bock tho he arts of
thos e who lose the m In he r vast
and expansive was te.
And fliey, hi^ld In t h r a ll, mus t fo r ­
ever answer whe n s he calls . . .
E d n a P a ula Enge n
OREGON T HUNDERS'T ORM
t.as t night
E«r th was Jus t anothe r h ia n
Who mumbled and gr umble d
Wit h
flashes
of
te mpe r
and
triumph
T hat he was ill . . .
Vio la Hoke ns on Dial
Trial Set for
September 29—
Tfio trial o f Ir v in Wood, ap*
prchondcd Monday, s ScpUmbor 18,
by Ci\ y Ma nh a ll A. D. Lollcy, him
been Bct for F r ida y o f this week
at tho City Ila lh Wo o d w a v ai>
rested on a dis or de r ly conduct
charffc. A plea o f no t tr ullty v'os
made at tho fir s t hoa r injr o f he
case ne cfs sitatins the F r ida y Ula l
which will
he ard in the Rccor>
tier’s Cour t
Loggers Conipe te in
Opener Fr iday—
Tho Ve r nonia Logge r s drow Bea*
le r t o n an compe titor In tho \ Vash‘-
Ington county ope ne r s tage d at
Fore st Grove las t F r id a y e ve ning,
T he Loggers los t t h e ir e ncounte r
by D _score o f 13 to 0, E ig h t te am*
competed In the game , t»vo diffe r e nt
teams during e ach qua r te r . T we nty,
two players fr om Ve r nonia s aw ac­
tion during tho e ve ning. Ove r 100
s tude nts and towns pe ople fr om Vc r
nonia attended, it was. s tate d.
F.s amins lloiu—
The U. S. Civil Se r vice Commis ­
sion announced ope n compe titive
e xaminations
fo r
the
follow ing
pos itions: Powe r
Line
For e man
(high- tension tr ans mis s ion
line s ),
Powe r Line man ^high- te ns ion trans-
mlts lon line s )','a nti He lp e r linciiilin.
Applications mus t be on file with
the manager, U. Sr Civil Se rvice
dis trict, Fe derol Offic e Building,
Se attle , Was hington, n o t la te r than
October 2, These e x am inat io ns aro
fo r the pur pos e ' o f f illin g . e x is ting
and futur e vacancie s on tlie ' pov^er
ne twork o f the Bpnrtcvllle P r oje ct,
M O T O AY
qses
Public Health Unit
A F OF L ST AT EMENT
T O RE ADE RS
GIVEN T H IS WE E K
5 Me e tings T)u.e in. Coun­
ty to H e a r of Bene fit to
Derive
I W A - D t e si r e s
H e n l b e r sf a i p
0 £ A U M en
R e c e n t. V o t p lo f
U n io n s
G iv e s
R is e
t o F ir s t o f
W e e k A c t io n
Tho
Or cgon- Amcr ican 'Lumbe r
At a m e e t in g s pons or ed by tho Corpor ation- m ill hero wad ’ closed
For re ade hi o f T he Eaglo
Columbia C o u n t y
P ublic He alth to wo r k Uo nd a y - m o r nin g duo to a
this week w ill bo fo und on
dis pute a r is in g a m o n g tho me n cm- '.
page 2 a s ta te m e nt as re- : Association l>nd c o iu b t in g of. reps IlloMil— h y _ t h o —company.—No=dl»*—
irscnt&tivcs o f var ious "oi^nlKa- ngr ce mont .with tho mapagomont '
Icoscd i i y ‘ tho " Lum be r and
Sawmill Workers- Union, Local
tions in C o lu m b ia count y, was hold of tho mUI- gavo - rise- to- the- closlng.T ^
Ko. 2G57, A F o f L, conccrn)*
ut Clats kanle We dne s day, Scptcm
A vo te o f the me mbe rs hip o f the
Ing
the
pr e s e nt
d iffic ult y
ber 20, T he pur pos e o f tho mooting nVA a we e k a g o las t T hurs day,
which has ar is e n am ong the
being to dis cus s a pub lic he alth de ­ br ought flr s ^ w o r d o f.;th o action
nicii employed iji the Oregon-
when It was de cide d to make . «'
par tme nt f o r Co lumbia county. Dr .
Ame rican Lumbe r <?orpor<\ tlon
drivo fo r 100 p o r ce nt membership
plnnt.
Rend
tho
s tate me nt
L'. E. Borg, tho pr e s e nt he alth of- of tho m ill .employees .' T he ' drive'
for the info r m a tio n contoine d
iiccr for Cla t s o p count y, was the wos to lo s t fo r , 10 days a t which ,,
ihe rcln.
principal s pe a ke r alid outline d the time tihtcs a all- t h d s p ‘^ working 'at
tlie mill- we r o Tnonibera o f the union
duties of s uc h a unit .
the y w o u ld ' ' ITo de taine d • fr om fu r - ;
Dr. De rg ata tOlMlVat tho duties of
Ihor w o r k . T ha t action be camo' ef-
u public h e a lt h de pa r tme nt was di­
(ectlvo o n Mo nd a y o f this w e e k.;
vided into a b o u t 10 sections, some
Thoso me n who were no t already -
of the mor e im po r t a nt being sani-
me mbe rs o f tho IW A , at the Mon­
latlon, g u a r d in g tho he alth of the
day m o r n in g tim e wero provented -
indivlduiti, r u n n in g down sources of
fi'om e n t e r in g tho m ill by those whs .'
infe ction s uc h as tube rculos is and
wero a lr e a d y me mbe rs , T ho block­
many othe rs . He als o pointe d out
ade
c o n t in ue d d u r in g the 'w e e k a.\ d
Ope ning Ga m e Will Be the . r c iuits t h a t had be e n accom­
Staged a t County Seat plished in Cla t s o p co unt y in tbo- two would c o ntinue . It w u s tate d by
IWA le ade r s , u n t il the 100 per :
Town
years t ha t t h e he alth dcpartme tit ifn t 'g o nr was accomplis he d. - ‘
has been In cx is tance in tho nis ttbr
The Logger^ fo o t b a ll clove n will
It w a a n o t kn o w n as to the 'ex-
of impr o ving the . he alth of . the nct. n u m b e r
thos o ye t .remain'*
gii to St. He lens t o play _tho_ (Irst
school c hildr e n.
Ing u n a f f llla t ^ ' w it h the union s },.
gnme of the r e g ula r ly s cheduled
Following
Dr
.
Bor
g’a
very,
in-
piiblicatloii
fti'nson Fr iday a ftc r noQji. Thc^ game
is to lie playe d a t t ho Jo h n Gumm stfuctlVc'; t a lk ,' Dr . .R. W . . Kullburg, »BS t h o u g h t to bo niiall. i A ftos s • _
also of As t o r ia , talkod o f the public meetInK he ld lo s t Wo d n ^d a y '<Ven- ' '
Held nt 8 o'clock, t h a t e ve ning un
del' lights. T his g a m e w ill alsd be iicalth. de pa r t m e nt a.i applie d to the Ing a t t h o Was hing to n grado school •
private p hy s ician . Ho s tate d that foiled In IU Inte mie d pur poM of
tiie fir s t for tho Sa ints .
i| )e me dical as s ociation o f Clatsop a r r iv in g - a t s omo aoliitlon whe r diy- ''’ ''
Conch Mas on Mc Co y o f the Log.
gors s tate d T ue s da y t h a t ho could county was mor e tha n pleas ed with work a t tho t n lll couhl bo con-
the pre s e nt a c t up an d tha t s uch a tinued u n t il tho dis put e . coiild ,bo -.
not be sure Of tho s ta r t in g lino up
ro e arly jn tho w e e k b u t that it de partme nt r e nde r e d assistance to jt tllo d t o s atls fa cUc a of all par t ita .•» '
concerned.- - - :::—^ .
!,
would bo 'dilffe r cnt fr o m tfia t used the private phys ician,
Dr. E. Bos t r o n, o juis la nt s tate
Inst Fr iday at F o r e s t Grove when
the Loggers compe te d In the Wash health o ffic e r , talke d re lative io
the cost o f auch a de par tme nt for
Ington county ope ne r pla ying Bea
vcrton. Ho did s ay , howeve r, that Columbia c o u n t y , fo llo w ing which
an open dis cus s ion was e ntere d Into
he would have tho boys In fighting
■
I,y ail pr e s e nt. It wos decided tha^
trim for tho fir s t fr a y .
The St. He le ns ' Lions , coached such a u n it was bad ly ne e de d/in
Columbia countjr _and^thi>t an organ
b> Hal Smith, la s t F r id a y defeated
ir.ation bo fo r m e d to hold a- ivumber
the Roosevelt Ra m b le r s o f Port-
ot me etings ove r tho county with
Ir.nd by a score o'! 0 to 0 in
De finitio n o f jpossils, Des>
tiie hope o f e nlighting the people
practice game.
cr iptloii o f Nature, Va lue ,.
ul Columbia co unty a s t o tho dotalls
Use Give n
--
and tho g o o d thut might , derive
Vernonia T e ache rs
fr om such o n or ganization. Jowctt
Tlio S t a t o De par tme nt o f Geo-
A. Buih o f Ve r n on ia , was elected logy a n d M in e r a l. Indus trie s , ‘Ea r l.
Give De monstrations-
chairman n n d Chas . N . Roge r* of K. N ix o n, DIr oclor , announce s t h o ' ;
Four Ve r nonia s chool instructorii
SI. Ile lons , s e cr e tar y.
is.<ue o f S u U e tin No.' 18,. e n'ttlad
participate d in de mons tr a tio ns mode
fiv e m e e ting s we ro decided upon, "F u s t A id to Foss ils, or Wha t to
during
s ectional
m e e t in g
ro
a t which w ill bo s pe ake r* fr om Du
Be fo r e
the ' Pale ontologist •
latlve to s pccial s ubje ct s a t tho
ne ighboring countie s who now have Comes,” b y Jo h n Elio t Alle n, fie ld .
county- ins titute h e ld a t St. Helens
such a d e pa r tm e nt, one at Scap- t'cologlst o f the de partme nt..
Monday. Tho s pe cial s ubje cts and
pcose, We dne s d a y, Se pte mbe r 27;
Or e gon fos s il . localitie s 'a nd the
those who pa r t lc lp ntc d we ro. MI *
St.. Helens, We dne s da y, October 4j name* a n d kind o f .fossils the y con-
•
I helmn Ramse y, - pr imar y , r e ading:
Rainier, Wt^dne sday, Octobe r H i tclii a r c give n In a special appen- ~
Miss Grace C o n d it , intcrmcdioto
Ve r nonia, T hur s da y, Octobe r 12; dix to t h o b uile t ln,,o nd a map show­
and uppe r gr ade r e a d in g
Cla ts ka nle , T ue s day, October
bchorn, a r t; a n d Le slie Sku.le ,
me e ting s w ill bo open to ing the app r px lmato location* of
fi«kiis bods in the state I* include d.'
c c n im e r c ia l.
flll- c it lt e n ft o f- C o lu m b ln t fd u n t y a n d Tho b u llc t in ^h a a typo plates and 28'
t lic y n r e In v it e d t o b o n r c s o n t o n d pn'ifT* o f t S t nnd - is price d at 20
Plea Change d to
v o lc c o p in io n iL
ccipts.
' :
Guilty Tuesday^—
This b u lle t in Is non- tochnlcal and ^
It o f s pe cia l ’ Inte r e s t - to atudents',
John Lee, r e c e ntly appre he nde d Grange Co unc il to Meet
amate ur fossil- colle ctors , and Iny-
on a chnrge o f dis or de r ly condqct, At Be uve r Va lle y—
nien Inte r e s te d In the gathe ring,
Tue ndiy change d hl.i for me r plea
The Co lum b ia Co un ty Grange cu e , a n d pr e par ation o f fos s il'
of not guilty to g u ilt y and was
Council w ill me e t on Sunday, Oc­ s picimonts . It answe rs s uch (jlies- ,
>i- ntenced to 20 dhys in Jail. The
tober I, a t B e a v e r 'V a lle y ,' It was tions US whe re In Oregon Jo look
sentence will be
s us pe nde d for
annouiicf d t h is ■ we e k. - All Pomona for fo .uiIs o f va r ious kinds and howf .
good behavior. T he cas e was heard
officers, ■ cs pcc ia liy , ar e urged to In s t'Icct, labe l and- 'take care of
In the City Ilc co r d o r 'a Cour t.
III! present t o pr ac tic e degree ■work. *lioclme n»'l so t h a t thojr_ w ill bo ,.of ‘
The me e ting w ill be gin at iOiSP Vflluo..'FV}KSlIs_are. de fine d and_de s «
SoulK Dakota Vis it o r s H«r >—
nr III. "with o p.otfluck lunch a t noom c r lb e d 'a n d much Inte ros tlng Iormo>.,
Mr. and Mrs . E . L. Boyles and
tion; is give n ^ o u t the ir na tur e ,- ^
daughter; Dianne , o f Hur o n, South
value a n d use.
Dakota, wer;> guc s ta a t the home of Bank o f Ve r no nia
Tlio b'ulle tin is obtainable at the .
Mr. and Mrs . R. J . Pre s ton las’, Assets S o ld —
Hiad o fflc o o f t ho 'de paRMe nt, 320
week. Mr. Boyles .. Is a br othe r oil 'As s e ts w htc h..ha v6 n o t ye t boon
S. W .. Oa k Str e e t, Por tland, or a t
.Mrs. Pre s ton.
disposed o f fp r the Ba nk o f Vcr- either o f tho S t a la Assoy Labora-
nonia In liq u id a t io n we ro sold a ti.rles , n t Bake V o r Grants, Pa**,
At N s I 9 « I 9 H o m o -
s hor t'time a g o on bid to S. B. Ke y Ore gon.
. ■ '
Mr. and ■ Mrs . Ad o lp h Pcterso'n
of Se attle , Wa s hing to n, ills ...'.bid
of Canada, apd Mr . an d Mrs . Ben
Peterson: of Hills fid.ro, s pe nt Sa tur ­ wa s .t he h ig h e s t o f s ovoral s ubmit­ pine o f '^5 'Mi»d fl1 n
’ J..
day here a t tho Adolph - Nelson, ted.
Loggers to
Meet St.
Helens Friday
New Bulle tin
Available for
Geologists : •
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Liivfe ll- .Ilie bcr r e tur ne d Monda y
Mr , and Mrs . J . E r w in . Williams
morfiing fr om Jo h n Da y wherp the y of Hollywood, Ca lifo r n ia , vis ite d Mr.
s pe nt the pas t we e k h u n t in g ,- All re- and Mrs; Jcvr ctt A . Bus h dur ing
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E a r l- .Kin g . r e t um p d this week
with a .Tdeer iihot' ne a r Jo h n Day. A
number o f pooplo fr om this vicinity
have hunt e d In t h a t dis tr ic t and r e ­
por t good r e ault*.
City. M a iih a ll X . .D.' Le lloy Wod-
noidaji^' i^rro'sted George Ge ttman
on a c h a r g e o f dis orde rly Conduct.
A fin s o f $6.00 w a s 'm a do In 't h e
City Ilo c or de r '* Cour t We dne sday
a ft c n io o n t y L o o l ■ Roberts.