Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, January 11, 1935, Page 5, Image 5

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    TIMBERLINE
FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1935.
1 Lewis, Paul Adams, Everett Mee-
INDIANS DEFEAT
ker, Fred Henderson, Milton Lam-
VERNONIA
HIGH
rZcr V^AMP I ping’ stanle? Overson, Earl King,
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IPvzxrli Uors
PAGE 5—VERNONIA EAGLE
VERNONIA HIGH SCHOOL SECTION
1
Editorial
T.nm-
1IN ULUOt uAIVlL yave Howard and Holly Holcomb.
U*ing the Library
“Loafer*" to Play Game*
The Vernonia high school
“Loggers” are going to engage
the Rainier high hoopsters in the
second conference game of the
season on the opponent’s floor
tonight.
Both quintets have dropped
their first conference tilts. Rain­
ier to St. Helens “Lions” and
Vernonia to Scappoose “Indians”.
Therefore, the outcome is uncer­
tain, but the “Loggers” are ready
to chop their way through to
victory.
Tomorrow night at 7:30, Ver­
nonia will play the Forest Grove
hoopsters a return game at the
Washington grade school. There i
will be plenty of action and
thrills, for the local team is
going to be warmed up from the
previous night’s engagement.
JUNIOR PLAY TO
BE PRESENTED
FRIDAY, JAN. 25
Billy Byers, yell leader, took
The library is being reorgani­
Friday, January 25, at 8 o’­
The Vernonia high school hoop-
over
the meeting and called on zed and the books are being re­
clock the Junior class will pre­
sters were vanquished 22-16 by
the following to make short talks: catalogued. This will be a very
sent the three act comedy “Here
the Scappoose “Indians”, Fri-
Toivo Eloranto, Jeanne Hughes, great improvement if the stu­
Comes Patricia”, at the Wash­
day, January 4, in the first con-
Mr. Skuzie, Miss Crary, Mr. Mc­ dents will cooperate in helping to
ington grade school.
ference game of the season.
Entire. The basketball boys were
The cast of 11 characters are
It was a nip and tuck battle, then called upon for short talks keep the library in order.
As it has been, books have
working diligently on the play
with Scappoose holding the edge after which several school yells
been taken from the shelves and
and promise an evening of excel­
over Vernonia through out the were given.
written upon and pages torn out.
lent entertainment.
entire game. Both teams set a
This is no way to treat the books
“Here Comes Patricia” is a
fast pace which resulted in nu­
Home Economic* Cla**
that have been placed in the
happy-go-lucky
comedy that goes
merous fumbles and many inac­
The home economics classes school for everyone’s benefit,
from one amusing situation to
curate shots at the basket.
are making pastries this week. Even if you don’t get any bene-
another until the whole affair
In the third quarter the Ver­ Next semester the class will take fit directly you could at least
is in a mix-up. Patricia Ham­
nonia quintet displayed its steller up sewing. Some of the girls respect the other pupils privi-
mond, the irresistible, irrespon­
defense by holding the “Red­ that are now taking home- ec leges.
sible 'aughter of the governor,
skins” scoreless, while bagging plan to drop out, "but several ad-
There are several magazines,
becomes a cyclone of trouble
four points themselves to narrow ditional students are expected to
such as the “American Girl”,
when she buys a service station
the lead 14-10. When the final enroll.
“The American Boy,” the “Path­
in a small town and proceeds to
whistle blew to end this rough
finder” and the “Review of Re­
get even with the people who try
and tough affair the Scappoose
Personal*
Snowball*
views” that the library gets
to drive her out of town. Tim, the
team had collected eight more
Ralph George, former V. H. S.
The students who go home for i town bum, Bud the chauffeur,
monthly.
These
magazines
con
­
points while holding the Vernonia student, visited school one day
tain information that is needed their lunches had a hard time get-1 Angelina and Minnit Knoop, two
boys to six.
recently. Ralph is now enlisted
at one time or other by the high ting back to school while there love sick girls add fun and mer­
Huber of Scappoose played a in the U. S. S. Marines.
school students. But, they are was snow on the ground.
riment to the situation as Patri­
Rose Wood has enrolled in the
fine floor game. His teammate,
At noon the boys formed a re­ cia outwits her enemies.
generally taken out by careless
Junior
class.
Rose
went
to
school
Olson, led the scoring with ten
persons and brought back with ception committee for the pur­
Interesting features will be
points, followed by Adams of at Forest Grove before coming to the backs off and most of the pose of greeting each pupil with
presented between acts by mem­
Vernonia.
Vernonia who had eight.
a
storm
of
snowballs
as
he
re
­
leaves gone.
bers of the Junior class.
Scappoose won the second team
Loren Lionberger, a member of
What the library needs is co­ turned from lunch. When each
The cast of characters will be
game 25-10 in »he preliminary of last year’s sophomore class vis-
operation and everyone’s interest new arrival had received his allot­ given in the Timberline next
the double-header.
ited at Vernonia high first of
in it. Help Miss Crary and those ment, he was allowed to join the week.
The line up was as follows:
last week. Loren is now attend-
group, and they all prepared for
Vernonia- 16
Scappoose- 22 ing Benson Poletechnic school in that have charge of the library the next unfortunate.
played Washington all stars on
keep
it
in
order
not
for
their
to
Holcomb, 4 .... F ...... Kucera, 4 Portland.
New Year’s day, but two days
One
fellow
tried
to
hide
behind
sake,
but
for
everyones
’
sake.
Condit, 2 ......... F ....... ... R. Earl
a tree in the school yard, but | before the game he had the mis­
Adams 8 ....... C ...... Olson 10
a
part of him protruded and was fortune to get his shoulder hurt
End of the Semester
King 2 ........... G ...... H. Ross
Now is the chance for all of hit, to his sorrow, by more than I i and was kept out of the game.
Meeker
...... G ...... W. Ross
Word has been received by
one well aimed ball.
S ........ Huber 3. With the beginning of the new us to make a good resolution and
Mr. McCrae that he is doing fine.
one
that
will
go
down
in
the
S .... Sedlock 41 year Mr. Skuzie thinks up a swell
Dave
Howard Graduate*
S .... Dungey 1 name for the scandie sheet edi-■ ^tory of our high seh°o1- Mon'
Dave Howard
Gr.du.
Anna DeVaney was a recent
------------------------- tor. From now on
he will be ( da? beKins the second and last o Davej Howard, senior in I V. H.
lent Body
Body Meeting
Meeting-------------- “The Subdure.” Of course that semester of this school year, and S„ graduated at mid-term and is viitor at school. Anna graduate!
Student
body
At a student
i
_ meeting
___ is misspelled but it looks betteri everyone ought to know that they I now enrolled in Oregon i State from Vernonia high school in '34.
College.
A number of the Mist grade
held last Friday, December 4th, than “subdoer” or “subdoor.“ The I ean «° much farther in this old Ii
'
world
if
they
only
make
use
of
Dave was picked to play on the school pupils was high school
Mr. McEntire announced that the i reason for such a name is because
Portland all star team when they visitors last week.
following new subjects would be] he subdues the VHS student’s and i the chance for an education.
For the seniors, this is the
taught next semester: econom-i faculty’s pride.
ics, solid geometry, public speak-
With that little explanation for last semester in high school, and
ing, botany and comercial geo-! I your benefit, we will now do the their last chance to make a good
record that their teachers and
graphy. Mr. McEntire also an-j subdoin’.
The first on the list is Miss and lower classmates will remem-
nounced that a bus would be
taken to Scappoose to the basket­ Drake. She says she wouldn’t ber.
So let’s all of us get in step
ball game and that anyone wish­ be a doctor because her name
ing to go could for 25 cents a would give her away. Quack, and show what we can do to
those assignments that are given
round trip.
quack.
Bob Kilby is trying his best to us.
The student body then selected
One, Two, Three, Go!
“Loggers” for the new name I to get on the good side of the
for the Vernonia high athletite Junior play cast. If he could
Billy Bassett, former student
teams. They also agreed to pay spend half as much energy saw­
the bills that the glee club owed. ing wood he would be able to buy at V. H. S., who is now working
in the C. C. C. camp, visited
Mr. McCrae, coach, presented 3 or 4 tickets to the play.
football letters to the following
When asked to give four or five school Friday.
lettermen: Stanley Parker,Hamp cold preventatives, Harold Cason
Roberson, Lamar Sandy, Sunny J said he would like to know him-
Schalock, Hugh McDonald, Dick self.
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