Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, May 11, 1934, Page 6, Image 6

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    TIMBERLINE
VERNONIA HIGH SCHOOL SECTION
PAGE SIX, VERNONIA EAGLE
"Tiger House” Is
To Be Presented
In Andi tori urn
HIGH SCHOOL BEGINS
TIMBERLINE STAFF
Important Items
SPRING FOOTBALL
FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1934.
May Day Fete
Is to Be Held
This Afternoon
Last Tuesday afternoon there
Editor .................... Bert Mills
Assistant Ed. .. Marian McCoy I This time this colyum is writ­ was a meeting of those boys in­
ten by a rooky. He aint goin to I
Sports Editor .... Dave Howard
terested in spring football. There
Event to Be Given on High
tell you who be >s but hes writin |
1* Believed to be Best Mystery
has not been spring football
it just the same.
School Lawn
Drama Given by School
Class Reporters
The first thing he sees in his practice for some years in Ver­
nonia.
This afternoon at 1 p. m. the
Tonight at the
Washington Senior ....... Mary Ann Childs • little blew book is the words
Mr. McCrae, next year’s foot­ high school May day festival on
“
fake
reckord.
”
He
cant
translate
grade school auditorium at 7:30 Junior .......... Charleen George
ball
coach,
met
with
the
boys
his own stuff and he aint gonna
the high school lawn is to be
the seniors will present what is Sophomore .... Thelma Lincoln | writ about it.
and discussed plans for practice given.
Freshman .... Dorothy Overson i
believed to be the best mystery
He wonders what in the werld this spring and next fall.
The main event of the after­
Spring gives this year’s fresh-! noon will be the coronation of
drama ever given by the high Adviser ................ Miss Crary I the senors are scraching there
school. It is “Tiger House.”
hears for and bein very very men and the others a little bet- ’ Queen Katherine. There will be
Stock companies all over the
brave he goes up and asks one ter chance before next fall’s sea­ musical numbers by the school
United States have been using
of them, the polite senyor says son of regular practice.
orchestra and glee club, tap
this play with great success. Re­
that he is wondering what he
dancing,
followed by a baseball
QUITTING SCHOOL
cently it has been released for
is going to put in his will. The
game.
amateur use and high schools all
reporter thinks he wont finish
The festivities will be ended in
The fact that the strawberry
over the country which have giv­
Koulzikib: Here is a customer, his high school eddgicashun if he season is earlier than usual this the evening by the presentation
en it believe it to be the best i Queen Kate, herself.
has to make out a will because
of the senior play, “Tiger House,”
play they have ever given.
he aint got anything to will to year has caused no little trouble a thrilling mystery comedy drama.
Kate
(entering):
Oh,
how
do
1
in
both
the
high
and
grade
The plot concerns Erma Low-1
no one.
schools. Some of the students of |
rie, who has fallen heir to her j you do. I would like to have my
Ya know he was kinda timid the high schol have asked to be SENIORS SEND OUT
palm
read.
Aunt’s house. She is told that a,
INVITATIONS TO ALUMNI
about writin this colyum this
marvelous collar of jewels is hid- [ Koulzikib: Weez pleshure, geev | week on accounta he will show excused before school is out to
Last Friday the seniors sent
go to the berry fields.
den in the house. It seems that me your right hand.—Oh, what a' his teacher in inglish up.
out invitations to the alumni to
There are some students who attend the commencement.
other people know of these jew­ beautiful hand. Oh, I see you use, Berenice can snure draw prn-
really need the money and some
els and are looking for them. very good quality nail polish.
As stated in this paper before,
ty eyes. The other day she went
Kate: Just leave off the nail and drawed a picture of a gurl are merely using that just for a special section will be reserved
Tiger’s claws grabbing people off
the stage, bookcases and panels polish and tell me how I am go­ and the only thing yere onerable an excuse, and do not intend to for the alumni and at the close
pick strawberries even at the of the program they will be in­
moving, pictures lighting up in ing to do my Day day part.
reporter could make out was the
the dark, and countless other
Koulzikib: Oh, yes, yes. Ah, atroshus eyes, did you ever tail time when they ask to be excused. troduced to the audience.
It isn’t fair to the other stu­
things that happen from time to what a soft hand you have.
Some of the alumni will make
in love with a picture too? Ah— dents who will stay until school
time thrill the people in the
Kate: You should know. You
Alise hoffman jist about set is out. It makes it hard on the short speeches._______________
audience and keep them on the hold enough of them.
down on the floor in glee club teachers to excuse and give them
edge of their seats from the
when
she leened two hard on her a unit when they sometimes do
Koulzikib: Oh, yes. I lof beau­
time the curtain for the first
seat she was standin against,
act opens until the end of the tiful, white, soft hands, such as thelma lincoln loffed and loffed not earn one. Of course, if one
needs the money, it is different,
play. Of course, there is also a l you have.
at her untill she run out of
delightful love and comedy part! Kate: Well, how about the May breth and couldn’t sing, thank but there is very little excuse
for anyone to leave school before
day program?
in the play.
goodness.
it is dismissed.
Koulzikib: I beg your pardon.
The cast has been working
Jeen Hewze made a speech the
The government is behind
Yes,
yes,
the
May
day
program.
hard and faithfully with its
other day in agriculcher class
coach, Mr. Wilkerson, and believe —Ah, such manicuring! Every about hawgs. she aint never seen hand and it took all those guys
every deposit you have—
that any one who wishes to see a finger nail in perfect shape.
only one little bitsy witsy swine to get it out with a knife.
up to $2500. That is the
the tiger house cast is sure glad
thrilling, interesting, clean play ”kate: Forget my hand! I want and she has decided to become a
they get out of school like the
finest guarantee in the
for the modest price of 25c for you to read my palm.
hawg riser.
adults, 15c for high school stu­
Youse mugs outta see the sen­ juniors did when they had a play,
Koulzikio: You must pardon
world—as certain as the
dents, and 10c for children will me. My weakness is palms—
yor play tiger house on accounta the only thing is they have to
very
existence of our gov­
make
up
their
work,
wait
til
i
am
not be disappointed when they see
Kate: Then why in the world i seen part of it when it was a school teacher, i don’t care if
Robert St. Clair’s "Tiger House”
ernment!
Make your de-
don’t you go to Palm Beach, then? bein practiced and when the anyone works or not.
!
tonight.
tiger
almost
gets
one
of
the
peo
­
You’ll see plenty of palms there.
the senyours are shure stuck ! posits with confidence —
The cast is as follows:
Koulzikib: I’ve been there and ple and dont—well, you come and up. they eben got calling cards
they are guaranteed, by
see it.
Erma Lowrie (who falls heir to seen all of them.
l
“The Mystery Manor”) Mary Ann
You better see the may day and are givin them to everbody,
Federal Deposit Insurance.
Kate: Well, I wish you would program to its got the most won­ they get up to a guy and say,
Childs, Mrs. Murdock ( a Scotch
woman who tells Erma of the hurry and tell me about the May derful whats goin to git crown­ heas my cawd. humf, pay a hole
“THE ROLL OF
ed. i never seen one get crowned lot of monye jist to get yore
jewels) Florence Tichenor, Aunt day business.
Koulzikib: All right. All I can youd better come to and watch it. name on a card and you can get
Sophia (who loses her false t.:eth)
HONOR BANK”
Anna Devaney, The “Mystery say is this! It’s liable to rain.
mr. Mccrae shure aint got no your name in the paper fer nothin
Kate:
Suppose
it
does?
if
you
are
mean
enuff
or
good
Woman” (who is found bound
inferiority complecks cause ever
Koulzikib: You will get wet.
and gagged) Marian McCoy, Peg­
day he drives his ainshunt ford enuff.
Kate:
Well?
Dave howard won a dozen blu»
gy Van Ess (who doesn’t like)
and parks it right between Miss
Koulzikib: You will catch cold. I Hugheses and Mr. Macentires’ ribbins to the track meet in the
“Mystery Manor”) Florence Wall,
Kate: Then what?
rain last Saturday.
bran new ones.
Macintosh (who poses as a boat­
Koulzikib: You will die.
Id be tickled to death to get
man) Edmund Redigger, Arthur
I wish i had as good a can as
Kate: Humph, you are very mr. Mccraes.
one.
Hale
(Erman’s cousin)
Bill
J. A. Thornburgh, President
Well, this is al lim gonna write
Lumm, Oswald (the bug hunter) bum. You didn’t read my palm at
I dunno if mr. Fisher is goin
R. G. Thornburgh, Cashier
all.
You
tried
to
use
your
saw
­
in
the
paper
and
i
sure
enjoyed
Verne Baker, Yami (the myster­
to print al these mistakes or not
dust
head.
All
you
did
was
sit
and
myself.
ious Hindu crystal gazer) Bert
but i hope he does cause your re­
Mills, Thompson
(the animal hold my hand.
porter wants to b a famus riter
Just for that, I won't pay you when he grws up and this good
keeper) Thomas Osborn.
anything. Good day!
practice.
GIRL SCOUTS ORGANIZED '
There aint much news to write
SENIORS PRACTICE FOR
about this week so the editor
Last Wednesday a meeting was
CLASS DAY PROGRAM said i’d have to write a whole
held for the purpose of organiz­
lot.
I
ing a girl scout troop soon.
The other day I seen a sight
The' senior class is now prac­
Although much interest has ticing on its class day program that i never will forger as long
been created, not much has been which is to take place Thursday as i live. I seen a real operation
done yet.
and it took eleven guys to oper­
afternoon.
This year, the program will ate on him. the victum of the
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