Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, March 08, 1935, Page 4, Image 4

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    TIMBERLINE
FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1935.
VERNONIA HIGH SCHOOL SECTION
PAGES FOUR—VERNONIA EAGLE
together.
Q.R.Q. Radio Club
Toshi Kuge devouring a huge
Is Organized for
all-day sucker at the basketball
Constructing Sets
Editor
Charleen George
game Friday night.
Feature Editor
Elmo Aldridge
A club, the Q.R.Q. Radio club,
Vernonia split a close double-,
RALLY IS HELD
Toshi Kuge ....
. Sports Editor
'has been organized in the Ver­
header with the Scappoose In-1
A rally and serpentine was held nonia high school from the rem-
.... Joke Editor
Elmo Smith ....
dians on the local floor Friday.
last Friday at 3:15.
’ nants of the Young Electrician’s
Crowder
Here
and
There
Column
Will*
The Vernonia second string
The students started from the j club. The principal activity of
nosed out the Scappoose B team
school house, joined hands and : the club is tearing down big ra-
REPORTERS
11-9 in a hair-raising overtime
serpentined down the street of ( dio sets (incidentally in perfect
June Michener
Thelma Lincoln
Lolamae Smith
battle. Plummer swished in th#
Vernonia and grouped at the in­ 1 running order) and making from
winning field goal in the fleeting
tersections for yells. The students these parts one-tube sets. The ac-
minutes of the overtime period. interruption. Progress of the men
advertised the last game of the ■ tivities of the club are at present
The Loggers first team suf­ in learning the touch system of
season that was played with Scap­
j devoted toward the construction
fered its last defeat of the season typing has been rapid.
poose Friday night.
of a crystal set.
at the hands of the Redskins in
BASKETBALL SEASON
a thrilling battle 23-20. The out- NEW SYSTEM IS
SEWING CLASS REPORT * Miss Hughes, Miss Drake, Mr.
INSTALLED IN SCHOOL
come was doubtful until the fin-
The sewing class under the in­ Skuzie and Mr. McCrae are the
al whistle blew.
The basketball season this year struction of Miss Drake is now official guardians of the club.
The club meets every Mon-
For the good of the school and is ended. Vernonia high didn’t taking up the study of Animal
Dungey started the scoring for
I
day,
Wednesday and Friday in
students
a
new
system
was
in
­
the Indians in the opening period.
win every game but they put up and Vegetable fibers.
' the activity period.
A few minutes alter King tossed stalled in this school last Friday a good fight and did their best
The girls are all making dress
Twice it has made trips up to
in a basket to knot the score at by Mr. McEntire to prohibit ab­ and that is all that can be asked and sample books.
sentees
from
class
and
wander
­
| G. E. Deamers, on the O.-A. hill,
4 all. The half ended 12-9 in fa­
of a team.
, who has been very kind and aid-
vor of Scappoose. The Loggers ing about the halls.
The boys worked together well
PERSONALS
found themselves farther behind
Each student when wishing to and showed good sportsmanship
greatly.
Stanley Oveson i and Lamar
at the end of the third quarter leave a room to go to some other and the school is proud of them Sandy spent the week end in Cor-| The club is headed by Norman
17-11. In the final period the lo­ part of the building must have although they aren’t winners of vallis. While there they saw Dave Crowder as president, Daisy Mc-
cal lads tried to even the score a slip signed by the teacher in the county championship.
Howard, who is attending Ore-1 Donald as secretary and Fre
but failed just short of doing so charge of the room, state where
We wish to extend our appre­ gon State college. Dave reported , Ervin as treasurer,
23-20. Dungey led the scoring for he is going, and the time left. ciation especially to Holly Hol­ that he likes college fine.
Scappoose with 11 points to his When he arrives at his destina­ comb, forward, and Earl King,
COUNTY 4-H CLUB
A representative of the Ball
credit. Condit featured for Ver­ tion the teacher in charge there guard, for their splendid playing.
LEADERS TO MEET
nonia by registering seven counts. must sign the slip and state the The end of this season meant studio in Clatskanie was here I
IN CLATSKANIE
Wednesday
during
activity
period,
j
Vernonia 20
Scappoose 23 time arrived. When returning to the end of their career as mem­
Holcomb 4
F
E. Moar 1 the original room the student bers of the Loggers squad. They She showed the seniors many dif­ i A Columbia county 4-H club
Condit 7 ....... F ....... Huber 2 leaves this slip with this teacher, have turned out for basketball ferent types of pictures.
; leaders’ meeting will be held at
Mr. Skuzie was absent from Clatskanie Saturday, March 16,
Counts 0 ....... C ....... Olson.. 5 signed and handed in to the for all four years, and have had
j school last Thursday, due to ill- at the grade school.
Dungey 11 office for record.
G
Meeker 4
positions on the team for three ' ness.
Szedlack 4
G
King 4
in
other
This system is used
H. C. Seymour, state club lead-
years. They also have been very j
.... Hill 0 schools and because of the good active in all of the other school
S
Adams 0
er, will be present at that time
FIR-TEX REOPENS
idea carried out by it, it should activities and will be missed by I
ti discuss club work with the
CCC TYPING CLASS
be followed through.
the team as well as the entire ! The Fir-Tex mill in St. Helens leaders on 4-H clubs, All 4-H
PRACTICES IN HIGH
high school.
i I reopened last week. A good sup­ club leaders and parents and
ply of orders was on hand, Mana- others interested in club work are
SCHOOL AT ST. HELENS
We also wish to extend ouri ‘ ger R. W. Simeral reported.
invited to be present at that time.
appreciation to the other members i
CAMP WILARK, CCC, Houl­
As a result of the opening a
Further details of the meeting
of
the
team
who
will
be
back
next
!
Dorothy Blitterswyke applying
ton— (Special.) — The effective­
number
of
families
notified
the
will
be announced next week.
year to play for Vernonia.
ness and interest developed in fresh paint to her face during the ---------------------------------------- SERA office in St. Helens that
Verninia Eagle classifieds are
voluntary adult education effort noon hour. How long does it inmates of the senior room.
they would not need relief until
result
getters—try one.
is being demonstrated by a 20- take to finish the job, Dot?
further
notice.
Mr. McEntire and Stanley Par-
Dorris Anderson wearing the
member typing class of Camp
~
ker trying to stare one another 1 ~~--------
number of her Alma Mater 5,-
Wilark CCC enrollee«.
down, Mr. McEntire was the vic-
Every Saturday *4»e conserva- 555,555.5. She must have been a tor.
tion workers under the tutelage post-graduate.
The physics class had a tele-
Mr. McEntire persuading the
of their camp educational adviser
graph hooked up the other day
make a 28-mile round trip to the senior girls not wear their num­ but the only message that they
St. Helens high school typing bers to go with their striped suits, could send was S.O.S.
Willard Batteries
BARBER
room for their weekly class. Ev­ when they come.
Nadine
Aldrich
crawling
GENERAL
MOBILGAS
about
his
SHOP
Mr. Skuzie telling
ery drill session continues for
Oils • .
Expert Greasing
one and one-half hours or more, last visit to the “Nut House” at the incline on all fours,
Haircutting for Men
a majority of class members Salem. How long did they keep should be past that stage, Nadine.
Women and Children
VERNONIA
Carl Jensen going through some
working throughout without any you there, Mr. Skuzie?
SERVICE STATION
Expert
Work
Guaranteed
one
’
s
coat
pockets.
That's
the
Students wondering when Mr.
Mills is going to bring the new time he was caught in the act.
Cle. Woodruff getting in the
indoor baseballs to school.
Roland L. Treharne
The senior girls have just start­ habit of taking the afternoon off
BAFFORD BROS
ed an appropriate fashion. They to go fishing. Or were you sick,
Expert Automobile Repainnt
Cle?
are wearing dunce caps.
WELDING
General Plumbing
The Mist pupils still sticking
Mr. Mills borrowing one of the
A. F. of L. LOGGERS
SERVICE
TWIN FIR STATION
Vernonia
Local No. 18742 meets second
and fourth Thursdays in the
I
month at Grange hall, 8 p. m.
Visiting members cordially invit­
Roland D. Eby, M. D
ed to attend.
Fred Lumm, president.
Loggers Split
Double-Header
With Scappoose
TIMBERLINE STAFF
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Professional & Business Directory
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I LODGES I
A. F. & A. M.
Vernonia Lodge No. 184
A. F. & A. M. meet»
at
Masonic
Temple,
Stated
Communication
First Thursday of each
month. Special called
meetings on all other Thur»
day nights 7:30 p.m. Visitor«
most cordially welcome.
Glen F. Hawkins. W. M.
F. D. Macpherson, Sec.
Mazda Lamps
Electrical Appliances
Town Office 891
John A. Hughes, M. D.
Portland-Vernonia
Truck Line
W. A. DAVIS, Proprietor
Daily Service
Office with Crawford
Motor Co.
Telephone«____ CI1, 1041
Physician and Surgeon
OFFICE HOURS
SATURDAY
9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Office Phone 663
Res. Phone 664
Vernonia
Oregon
H. M. BIGELOW
Oregon Gas and
Electric Company
•22 Bridge St.
Telephone 691
CASON’S TRANSFER
LOCAL AND LONG DIS­
TANCE HAULING
9 a. m. to 3 p. m
Order of Eastern Star
Nehalom Chapter 153. O. E. S.
Regular commu- ,
nication first |
and third Wed- :
nesdays of each
month, at Ma­
sonic Temple
All visiting sis­
ters and broth­
ers welcome.
Mrs. Oscar George, W. M.
Leona McGraw, Sec.
Physican and Surgeon
1
DENTIST
SEE US
For your old-growth
Joy Theatre Building
Vernonia - - - Oregon
16-INCH FIR WOOD
AND CEDAR SHINGLES
NEHALEM
TAVERN
VERNONIA BRAZING AND
MACHINE WORKS
3 MILES NORTH EAST
OF VERNONIA
Authorized CHEVROLET
Sales and Service
PHONE 342
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