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About Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1927)
Thursday, October 13, 1927
Washington Coanty has 40 miles
The young people of town are
paved roads, 525 miles macadam,
Milton—Milton Box Co. Y' I and no bond debt.
build $50,000 sawmill to cut 40,-
Of Vernonia Eagle,
published 000 feet a day.
I Butter wrappers at the Eagle.
weekly at Vernonia, Oregon for
October 1, 1927.
State of Oregon, county of Col-
Catherine Hoffman ........... Editor Della Cline ...
Administration Frances Lappe
.......... Literary Charlotte Green....... Soph. Reporter umbia.
Louise Simmons, ....... Asst. Editor Norman Green
Before me. a notary public in
Clarence Wardle .................... Sports Ralph Peck
Senior Reporter Larry Marshall Freshman Reporter
and for the state and county afore
said, personally appeared Mark E,
Football Team Loses
Instructors and Class
Moe, who, having been duly sworn
Stiff Contest at
according to law, deposes and says
that he is the owner of the Ver
Castle Rock, Wash.
(By Myrtle Hall)
nonia Eagle and that the follow
Mrs. Brewer, Miss Malinsten,
(By Clarence Wardle)
ing is, to the best of his knowledge
Helen Hiebcr, Della Cline, Bodie taught by Miss Hickman, has learn-
The Vernonia football team came and belief, a true statement oi the
Hieber and Gloyd Adams talked to ed dialogues since the beginning out on the short end of a 19 to 7 ownership, management, etc., of
s score in a hard faguht contest at the aforesaid publication for the
the student body of Vernonia high of_the term,
The dialogues are acted out in Castle Rock, Wash., Saturday. The date shown in the above caption
school Friday at 1 o’clock. The
subject of Mrs. Brewer’s talk was I front of the class. This affords First half of the game Vernonia required by the Act of August
“What One Could Gain From a ( much pleasure as well as good was on the offensive and scored 24, 1912;
practice in pronunciation and ex their touchdown.
That the publisher, editor, man
She started by saying that col pression.
The third period Castle Rock aging editor and business manager
lege could do many things for one
broke threugh the Vernonia line is Mark E. Moe of Vernonia, Ore
person and nothing for another. ■ this year, being composed of only for a touchdown, failing to con gon. That the owner is Mark E.
“For,” she said, “you cannot pm eight pupils.
vert. Shortly afterward they Inter Moe. That the known bondholders,
a $3000 education to a 10-cent
cepted a pass and ran for another mortgages, and other security hold
Just Little Stories
boy. On the other hand, a 10-j
touchdown, giving them a total of ers owning or holding 1 per cent
(By Della Cline)
cent education will not stick to a
considerable number cf hirrh 13 points to Vernonia 7. A third or more of total amount of bonds,
I - chool pupils are detained at home touchdwn was made in the same mortgages or other securities is
Miss Heiber said, “Character is I this week on account of illness, ( quarter by an end run.
A, D. Moe of Hood River Oregon.
the most important subject which | Colds are quite
The fourth period Vernonia rallied
could be talked of, that which In-j | the _ pupils _..2
MARK E. MOE
I and fought the most of the length
fluences the character . of our com-
Sworn to and subscribed before
Friday after- °f
field, only to lose the ball
. i Ths
the assembly last rriday
mumty and even nations, and is'
was a very cnj
affair. I on downs. Shortly afterwards the me this 3rd day of October, 1927.
the only true foundation of life.”|Tw() of the teacher3 and ,he
: ball was regained an downs and
Della Cline stressed the impor-( i d<
ke pushed to Castle Rock’s 3-yarcl line,
My commission expires December
tance vk public speaking and de- —
, l . e:
The seniors will have charge of when ths final whistle ended the 18, 1927.
bating in high school, pointing out the next regular assembly and same.
Paid For Her Lesson
the many values to be derived.
then the juniors will follow with' The Vernonia line did excellent
Gloyd Adams talked on “What the next and so on until all the ,work in this game in the opinion
Mrs. . Smith wanted a new flat
Freshmen Should Know When they classes have had their turn. The'
those who viewed the contest, iron. ! She wrote to a mail order
entered High School.”
purpose of these assemblies is not I Very ' little yardage was made by house for a catalog. It was a week
mere entertainment. but rather the^heir opponents through the line. irt coming, It took another week
Uiougnt ,s, to aid in developing i Th Iir.vup v.g... »3 follows. x.\„- to decide ar d
, (By Cnarlotte Green)
had to pay in advance and went
Four sophomores girls, Catherine self expression among the pupils nett, q, captain; Hodges, f; Wardle, to the postoffice after a money
rh; 1 Parker, If; Gooding, le; Ber-
PB 1UUCT OF CE.NEKAL MOTORS
Hoffman, Phoebe Greenman, Merle in pubhc speaking.
order. It was too late, the window
Mills and Charlotte Green, went The report cards will be due on gerson, It, Roles, lg; Ray, c; Cook, was closed, so she had to go the
to Castle Rock Saturday to the I Tuesday of next week, All are I rg; Mellinger, rt; Adams, re; sub
Everywhere you go you hear them talking
went as fax as' interested in knowing just to what
There was a good turnout of lo had to go to the postoffice for the
extent the teachers are going to
about this finer, faster Six, the Oakland All
Longview in the McDaniel truck,' measure work and deportment. It: cal students at Castle Rock. Mrs.
another two weeks was wasted in
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where lie visited friend.! and was' *s going to be more difficult this J. H. Bush gnd Mrs. A. J. Hughes correspondence, all to no purpose
For laere is a longer, stronger chassis—smaller
picked up at the fer“' that even-1 year than heretofore to bs an lion-
| or pupil, for the requirements
wheels and larger tires—a 212 cubic inch engine
through Longview, Dale McDaniel company for an iron to be sent out.
A great number cf the soplio- have raised.
equipped with the new G ' ’ R cylinder bead, which
mores are beginning to study in
Beth Critchlow and her sister, driving the truck, and Miss Malm-
eliminates harshness and roughness, minimizes
pr. pr t.tion for the si.vweeks zeo | Velma, have withdrawn fr«m school
spark knocks and increases power— without the
metry examination xo be given this and have moved with their parents Greenman led the Vernonia root and she learned
which she paid full price.
| to Falls City where they will at- ing section.
use of special fuels.
Since no game is scheduled for
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Phoebe Greenman and Catherine' tend school. Beth was a junior and
Church of Christ
Saturday, it is thought one jnight
Why shouldn’t this new and thrilling car be
Hoffman went to Portland Sunday Velma a Sophomore.
Thursday and Friday of next be arranged with either Forest
to hear Sousa’s band.
thrilling all America? Why shouldn't its success be
Sunday October 16. Bible school
week will be school holidays, the Grove, Beaverton or Knapps.
already surpassing all previous Oakland achiev-
teachers being compelled to attend
ments? A look and a ride will tell you the story
yard” I Kings 21. There were 215
(By Ralph Peck)
r a teachers institute at St. Helens
present last Sunday. Come and
The seniors were called together on those dates.
(By Frances Lappe)
— why everyone is saying, “That's the car!”
by the president of the class and
Ellen Whitsei registered last study the Bible with us.
Communion and worship 11:0$
a committee was appointed to ar-,
week in the junior class. Ellen is
NEW LOW PRICES
(By Larry Marshall)
range the program for senior day.
a very worthy young lady and is “The Exaltation of Christ-Abase-
ment of Self.” Christian Endeavor
Mr. Wilkerson has asked the | Gladys Carrich, a freshman, went a valuable addition to the class.
seniors tc present a short program to Castle Rpek Saturday to see the
The junior class lost a very 6:30. “In What Community En
active member when Beth Critchlow terprises May Our Society, Share?”
before the assembly Friday, Oct game.
cordially invited to these meetings.
Butter wrappers at the Eagle. Oregon.
Evening service 7:30. “The Man
Alley Ray was absent from
Tha Netv and Finer Pontiac Six, 9745 to f925. All Price» at factory.
Delivered prices include minimum handling charge». Ea»y to
Two of the junior boys. Archie of My Heart.” This will be an in
school Monday because of an ab-
If you have anything you want
pay on the liberal General Motor» Time Payment Plan.
Adams and Oliver Mellinger, are teresting sermon based upon let-
scess in one of his teeth. He had .
. hi- „
on the varsity football team thh'ters written by the young women
teeth nnovad am n: now back |
GILBY MOTOR COMPANY
' of Vernonia giving their own idea
' The Vernonia Eagle. It Pays.
Floyd Dee ls wae out of school of “The Man of My Heart.” Thurs
day 7:30 Trayermeeting and Bible
all last week because of illness.
Della Cline a: J Frances Lappe study. Acts 12 chapter. Ladies
were the two junior , guls who Aid will be Wednesday October 19
went to Castle Rock Saturday to at the church parlors. The Robinson
see the game.
Statement of the Ownership, Man
agement, etc., Required by the
Act of Congress of Aug. 24, 1912
News of Vernonia Schools
G ilby JA ötor C o
Iking about the
ALL t AMEKICAN
Wait For the
The new Ford car will be
speediest, most alert cars on the road. You
will be delighted with its low, smart lines
and beautiful colors.
* Crawford Motor Co.
/INNEY OF THE FORCE
EIBLE THOUGHT AND PRAYER
// parents will have their children memo
rize a Bible selection each week, It
a priceless heritage to them in after years.
The Lincoln Candy Kitchen will open in
its new location, three doors west, to the
building formerly occupied by the Horseshoe
New fixtures have been installed which
will result in added convenience to our pa
trons. We invite your inspection of our new
candy Kitchen, you will be charmed with it’s
A SURE DWELLINGPLACE:—
Trust in the Lord and do good; so
shalt thou dwell in the land, and
verily thou shalt be fed.
PRAYER:—O, we give thanks
unto the Lord; for He is good; for
His mercy endureth forever.
Who cares for the poor and those
who fear God?
Answer, read—Psalm 34:6,
Mr. and Mrs. Hammack and their
niece, Miss Louise Miller, motored
to Seaside, 1 eturning the 3ame day.
On their return trip they visitea
the Astoria column, which is slt-
uated on the top of a knoll on the
outskirts of town. They enjoyed
a wonderful view of the surround-
ing country from the top of the
FORMAL OPENING SATURDAY
Make your choice of sweets from our
complete new line of
will be on display