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THE ST. HELENS MIST
/O LU M Ii X L .
ST. HKLENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1921
IINIY FAIR 10
OPEN SEPE. 21
KILLS SAVAGE BRUIN
lirln gs How o L a r g .s l Itimi, F.x-
Illlilled III HI. Helens
FIG IRON SM ELTERS
GO IN AT SCAPPOOSE
BIG LUMBER PLANT
TO BE COMPLETED
AÏ OPENING DAY
W ork to Im I t.'s ii m c l on ( ‘oust m et ion
of Multnom ah I,hr. Co. Mill
in Coi l I.uni Ca|»<ki’ Hays
liubor Day <VletoratIon Is Held and
Krrn l<>riii«i| o
Down ICH e r Town lin iert ah»* Hun
T h e In-ur which haa beeti t e rm i
ami I ’ m » Iron O i * i *
n.()ir> \\ llk erson May* ll M ill lie
dr«*ds of Visitor»*. F n v l.unrli Kerv
President Douty o f the M ultno A ttciiila lii'i' o f O v e r .UMI R e g is te r F o r
lM muni- i ami II m i F a i r <'ilium- lliug tile unpopuated dint riet hai I. I l.m>Ucti \«»nr Sra|»|»ims<*.
ei| and Hvi'ryiuir l ia s <»ood Time. muh L u m b e r & Box Company ha
tl|M'nlng D ay o f S t. H e l d * S c lio o l* .
of I ni o in Ida I'llv has lieen hugged.
announced the partially completed
hl# Couniy K * i t lic iti.
Killin' IU-n t'opelund. Clyde Huiherluud mid
N i i i i i I m t In A tte n iln n e e K\|iectMl to
That I tu* hnily oí iron or« disniv
T h e hustling llttlo city of Clat.s-
I'ouiH) I« Oi-o|irrule.
Orín Shepherd aliouldered their n
to he completed and work will start
Itca * li M ore T h a n tltHl.
‘•r»*il In Hu* Simppoosu ridghhorhood
fleH last I uesday ufteruoon and wen*
kanie did Itself proud L abor l)uy ..I soon
W ork on th e mill was s t a ." -
is of Hiiffirioitt aiiiouui and of quai
TllM i 'niumlilià County F a i r will to the plan*. w'h**re t h e hear wtis
it> to w arrant tin* ‘ stahlishno-nt of arranging and carry ing out a big ed ab out two years ago hut an as
T h e opening day of the St H e l
Sutherland discovered the
„ on WmliuMNUy, Heplember
a smollar is indicated in the follow program and e n te rta in in g tho hun count o f tho dulln ess of the lumhci ens schools recorded an attend ance
!"L ffoui .ill Inilii'uilouii. Will Im Ihn lenir In the foliage ni a large Ire. i ti K Htory which was clipped from ..
m ark e t,
j* t „Ul, »fui f a ir yet hold
J It and a well directed shot from hit recitili nu in her of the Oregon J o u i- d re d s of visitors who were present plant will have a dally capacity ol' of 5 73, which is a m aterial iocresae
over the first day's re gistration of
troin all sections o. the county.
ecru l a ry of
l ’i t i rifle brought hruln tum bling to tie nal.
about 2 0 0 , 0 0 0 feet of lum b er an 1 last year.
Diligent enquiry by the Mi. .
A reg istration of fully
tie culled the other hunt
Ko*r.l. Iii* ' received a s su ran c e « rruin ground
Thu progrum started at 10 o'clock furnish employm ent for 200 m cr 6 0 0 is expected within the next few
cannot bring forth i a n y m o r e P a d
i„ farm.in «ufi stock ra ise r s that era and utter a few hour* laboren than a re contained il !I n t i n . u r t i , h
itth e city park. T h e re waa a hoy’» T h e company owns 1 4 0 0 feet of wa week*.
T h e increase is largely in
ltlf) aill have many ox h I lilt a Pro- work, the hear wa» put In Copeland i However, a few
a Vi4 a g o
u g 1 a | foot race, a race fo r girls under 12 ter front anil th e mill is also near the grades, though an increace in
rl»loii h. linen malle to t a k e rar.-
the railroad track, so they will liav • noticeable in the high school.
C. I. vingston, (!
I d - » >$ < :
l o r IHt o f
to k and prod n a t i .<( t h e placed on exhibit at .Mason's atore. Kon I tu roa u of Miov-t and (»eoi*».-;}, • »ears of age. a f a t m a n ’s rare, free both water anil rail shipping faotli
T h e pupils a re greeted this year
“4riU* and the at re cti ve inumi u h m
was a caller at the Mis* ofTicc Mol for all race anil a tug i.f war. Then ties. AVIth this mill running and the will practically an entire new fa c u l
lierrd have t»'«ii an luceiillvu lo SI. Helens this season and attraete.) h tail'd I hat
had been in ilia followed ono of the big fe atu re s of plant of tho o th e r lu m b er concern ty. O f the oid faculty all that are
T h e F a i r Hoard
I h m much attention.
S< appoK.se and Hunker ili i l disi riel he day. the haaeball gam e between which is now un rer construction, left are Mrs. L ake. Mr. R u the rfo rd
T o MuHiin fell thM lot of alt Inning for several
R a in ie r
will again be
__rn luuuey t li In year lo ofTer uh
and Mr. Lake.
T h e new teach ers
ärnluium und thi>i«i who have good and preparing the anim al so ile- ina mining po. sibiliti«- litt mated that •lie bu ines:. men o f C lats k an ie and I'otne the lively little city t h a t It was a r e :
Mrs. Pennington, Miss Gladys
of Kl>l„i Kmde t)Ut , i l(. St. Helena.
pjojmi . of tin. fum i and high »rad« ny friends of the h u n e r s could hut, i , h„ o r„
Itoy (Jill was on the years ago and residents of the town Pringle, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. W ilk e r -
|, „( the vein could not he e. mound for St. Helens and L. H. feel o ptim istic over tho outlook.
(•itlv und litiga. have not overlook hear ale a k * and a f .e r the hear had I
son, Miss R u th Carm ich ael,
T h e completion o f tho plants were
rd (In. opportunity to au ture solile oi been prepared for the roasting pot i imitici uni il flirt ber
wa.* Itutherfi.n l did the receiving. Each
Kalil, Miss Hazel P ringle, Miss Lily
it was weighed
T h e net weight war «ione
made possible, to som e extent by the
di« pennluiu money.
He al*;o Mtuted that il sedine 1
earn scored t h re e runs in the firs co-operation of th e public spirited Ware, Miss Leota Ketel, Miss Gladys
pounds, b u t Sutherland cod lik« a gooil veln o. coni was In II.
dm. of the fnuturnH of (he fair In nine
H k . hu ) of umuauunait will he hand ends that if the bear had beri, ! amo nelghborliood
T h e s io ry giv frame but a f t e r t h a t each team sei- citizens of R ain ie r who invested In Miss Daisy W lkstro m . Prof. R u t h e r
niU«l< hy I uinphi.U i hand
T his weighed “ us was" the scales would I >*n hy Ilio J o u r n a l
tled down to work and played ait-
ford is superintend ent of the St. Hel
hand HUM here laut y e ar and 'M i g h t havH recorded at least 17
S m e lte r s foc t.lio u ianu f.i'l tire o*' tight, hull anil no fu r t h e r scoring perm anent Institutions.
ens schools and C. K. L ak e is pr1u-
al tbuutaiiid» with t h e ir nxcellun and lie I m anxious litui ( i d s he m a d e pia Iron frolli thè iii’ inen.- • doposlt? was done until the seventh when
clpal of the M cBride schools.
Mr AVIlkersou I iuh a I mo su - t « a record, for his friend J a c k Kel • >f tieni.ilIlc oi < recenti) di overed Clatsk'*n ie sent ono man over the APPLICATIONS NOW
T h e first d ay’s reg istration in the
curiMl other auiuaeinent fnuiurnM l< ser. u well known sportsman <»f Port ! in th«« bill country
, m *hv.’est o
high school and in *ne grades ls as
home plate with tin, Deciding score.
rutrrtaln the crow da who will uttend
Hcappoose in <%ilumbia county, will ■At tlie time tiie decision was made.
A F e r r la wheel and a perl the I earn at IT Í-1Í lbs. and ho eri'ci il immediutely Hy t i c iiewl) Ballugli was doing the twirlin g. (Jill
H igh Hein.ol
All ex-sehvlce men a r e expecteu
aro;-poniteli Oregon Charcoai Iron having retired at the end o f the
uiprry K" round
to call and get their application for Seniors ...................................................... 13
ohi pati)' . .orili.'" to uptionncetnepi
(iuu».'Mi»nl fnuturoa anil
ixlh so the official records of tho loan or bonus. T h e fo llowing m e m J u n io r s ...................................................... 2 l
Copeland suys lie would have shot I l i a d e l.y officeri; of * li • con.-ern. Th.
I there will he u mini her of o t h e r a t
businessmen's league will c h a rg e the bers of Colum bia P ost, St. Helens. Sophom ores ........................................... 30
company « a * Incorporated Issi week defeat to P it c h e r Ballagh.
traction*. ul! ricali and e n jo y ab le ,
Oregon, were appointed as a c o m Fre sh m e n ................................................ 67
fore S utherla nd did. hut he thought inni r lite laws o f Orogon witli IfiOO.-
Ur Wllkersa.u xuid
m ittee to handle th e distribution ( f
F r e e l.iineli i* Served
J o h n ( J u m m S c h o o l ---- Gr ail« **
It wiiH a chipmunk und Orín Shop otit) capiial sloi k
(•uvermir May I m . lie n -
herd claim s lie huw it. hut d id n’t
More t li a ii four mllllon inni ol
A fter the gam e the crowd return- Deming drug s t o r e ; Edward Vea- l b
An In v Hu I lull Klin linen nxlendnd want to shoot It tor in» wanted t,» iron o re bave lieon exposed during id to the patk and were served with zie, county c l e r k ’s olTice; B u rr e l P. l a
ta Governor Oluolt to bn here oi catch it and take it home for a pel, itevelopnient work .'Xtei dlng ovor th* a mighty good dinner.
T 'rere was Graves, sheriff's office; Dr. S.
Tkurxlu) und I hough Mr Wllknraoti t>ut Sutherland in his anxiousness to In l yi'ar. accoiiling lo offh ers *if th. an abundance for all und th*. servlet Hoskin, office B a n k building ; W i l l 2a
TI e yoncern alr- ulv bus provided by the good ladies of Clats-
had not i. '.'l vcd u reply tu hin in hag some hig game, spoiled tile plan
iam A. Russell, post office.
-*'«ureti control of valualil” doposlt- kanli*. who were as sisted hy ten able
rttatum It I m tho u g h t that the K< v
Each evening this week two mem - ’ '
to huild s m e lte r * ut male assistan ts, was par excellence
tra,ir will ac cept and m ak e an ud SOLDIERS' BODY
hers of the c o m m itte e will meet in a *
If the g o v e rn o r linda It ini
and the hig crowd lined up to the the sheriff's and county c le rk 's of- 1 *
Inco ri».rati .il \*ke,|
RESTS AT HOME
pusnd.l" !.. I»' here, Moinn o th e r proni
long tables und were served cafu- fice, c o u rt house, between 7 : 3 0 r jo '
Con rad I* Olsoti. j IL K elly and terira style.
timt muri of Oregon will ta k e bla
tn. and 9 p. m. to as sist all e x - s e r - *
of Itoy K Torrv a r e nwmed *s incorp«'-
place. Mr Wllknraon auld.
A fter lunch rhe t 'l a t s k a n i " band vice men who m ay c all.
Ml Brilli! Sch ool*
The I oinplntn prngruiii haa nut yet Franc*' nr the cem etery there where rutors in articiba tiled last Tuesday played several selections and
On Monday nigh t, S e p te m b e r 12. 1-2
Holdlera al tli«* ottici' of iti** corporation coni speakers of the day were introduced 1 9 21. C olum bia P ost No. 42.
been made hut Mr Wtlkerann und thousands
T h e 13-4
lulsstoiier al Baleni.
Accordlng t ■ hy W A. Hall. J u d g e M artin W hite American Legion w-rll hold its reg. 5-6
the ulh* ** m em bers o f Ihn hoard want
Columbia t M- oii thè proJect
I in. (Inani «'il was the first speaker.
He c o n g r a t ular m eeting in th e cou rt room, 3t. 7 - 8 ......................................................,
the people of Coluuihlu couniy to id,ire of Albert Salm i.
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h'.rg.iv hy Portland capitai.
A AA' ulated the people o f t ’la tsk a n ie or Helens, Oregon.
feel ti sui.'.I that thla yeur'a fulr will
All ex-service men
Supt. R u th e rfo rd reports
be »ell worth while.
F u r t h e r p ar hut ItiHtead. he will rest near Ilia Martin of t liicago. a pr «* tieni o|>- t h e ir enterprise in staging such a cei a re invited to attend this m eeting tional interest being shown in the
ticulars will he given In th e next la home ami hia grave will he WHlehed <<rator, wlio has In en in 'b arg e o' ehration and dwelt briefly on cotini) as the iiuestlon of the bonus
and opening week on the part of
over and rar.nl for hy tlios ■ he lov developni.n l work near Hcappoose affairs and tuxes.
Ho was followed loan will be discussed and applica
na of the Miai.
students, and lie besp eaks for the
ed and fought for
III h body I* ex- Voi' scv eial mollili., is a . i o c k l ’o ld'T hy Com m issioner Ju d s o u Weed who tions fo r s am e can be had a f t e r the com ing school year a most in te re st-
]M'<’r.'.I to arriv e a t Kerry today and in tini concerti.
spoke In a patrio tic vein.
He said meeting.
ing one fo r the St. Helens schools.
ihe funeral service* will h*. held In
T h e irmi doposlt conlr oll"*! hy thè that fids " g r e a t country will become
pupils a re In at-
AT STATE FAIR the Marrahee hall at Westport Sun i»regoli (im re o . I Iron company is more great when each of us realize ST HELENS GIRL
tendance a t high school and It is
Legion loca ! .'il aliout a mile and a half f rolli o ur Individual responsibility as ci.
the expectatio n t h a t t h e number will
I’ostH ut ClatHkanle and Wauna will Sciippoos.’ , Olscn statoci
T h e de izeiis and put forw ard o u r individual
Owing ro i he fn.^c t h a l 4 he part
MARRIED SATURDAY ,1« gr e a tly augm ented d uring
(tolff tfed to tuke c h a r g e of |.rep.tr have Joint charge of the funeral and poslt ls of hlanket format ioti, vnrv efforts for the good of a l l . ” Com
fall months. T h e school board also
III urn) installin g the exhibit at fh»* It Is probable that a number of t h. Ing frolli seven to m ne fi* •( In t i m i - missioner F u lle rto n followed in
Of in te re st to St. Helens people Is feels that an e xceptio nally good t a c
extending o v e- a l a r i ' short talk in his usual and c h a r a c tile announcem ent o f the m a r ria g e ulty has been secured, all of which
Slits Kulr has found It "’Impossible members of Columbia I ’oat N’o t L ness
T h e ore Is describ'.*! culli- teristic e n te rta in in g manner.
to uttend to file work, the County will a l t o attend the funeral of a de acreage
F. 1!. of Miss Mary E u g en ia Deming. t h " will redound to th e benefit o f the
h em atite
n" Holbrook then explained a few of daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J . schools.
[court at their session
Wednesday parted comrade
Albert Salmi was the son of Mr lim onilo and is salii to he of excep the many o b je c t s o f the F a r m B u Deming. to Mr. S am u el Carl H
s - ----------------* ----------------
•orning. appointed Dr J II Klym.
reau and the good thut would lie ton. son o f the late S e n a t o r S. B. ’ 9 2 5 EXPOSITION
| to take over th« proposition.
The and Mrs Paul Salm i anil was one ttonaiIv high grado.
accomplished for the f a rm e r hy cr
stale fair begins on S e p te m b e r 2 6 11 >f m e soldiers to . mi drawn In the
S n i .i t in g at X. op|sio*e
Soon a f t e r arriving at
T h e wedding, which was a quiet
His talk was well re
ami lasts until O cto b e r 1st, so Dr tlrst draft
('b arco ni furnaces will i>e instali operation.
one, took place in P ortlan d Satur-
Kiynn has a com p arativ ely
short Camp Lewis he was sent overseas "il at Kcappoose for smolting thè cei veil and atte n tiv e ly listened to.
T h e state-wide con ference held at
A f t e r the speaking th e re were s e v day afternoon at 5 : 3 0 o ’clock at the
time in which to g a t h e r up exhib its und made the tvupremn .tarrlflce in one or.* Olseu state*! Fir will tip use*
T h u rs d a ;
which will he a credit to Columbia of the m a jo r engagements when the in m a n u fac tu rin g thè c l i i ' r o a l . Ir eral rac e s: spoon anil egg race, t h r i e K nitarian c hurch. R ev W G. E lio t the
Mrs. S. B Hoskin was m orning to decide if the exposition
forces were driving the stea.l of o.ik used in sim llur opera logged race and child's race. A large officiating.
county lie expects to t a k e up some American
matron of honor and Dr. Hoskin fchiuld bo held and to devise w a n
of the exhibit*» which will he HhOWi. lluna out of Fran ce
tions In thi» eaatern s tate*.
¡‘ i d means for financing it deoiced
Commander Wellington e - k s t h i . il1 1 >ilt of plg Iron proiluc'Ml hy th> cheered for t h e ir respective favo attended the bridegroom.
ut the county fair, hut som e of the:**
Mr. Huston in a U niversity o f Or-
" the exposition should b" lie.'!
exhibits will he unfit fi r display at any m em ber of Columbia Post dr sm elter will ho marketed
At th e beginning o f the a n ,l :-ave the proposition un er.tliu-
irlng lo attend the funeral to noil Northwest and nlong
A fter tho ivices th e re was a hall i gon man.
Htk*m after having boon on exhibit
war he enlisted with the 162d V. S. s t a t i c .«endoff. T h e con fe re nce cot.
bt*r*« and the doctor s tn le s In* will iv him.
eoa i accoriling lo plnns of tiie prò gam«* between th e sem i-pro teams o<
I n f a n try and was com m issioned as “*■*’ C*H t * delegates from eve \ c. u n
m»t In* .i* bed to have any c »uiit
it lie u ten ant
was overseas, t.v Ir. the state with the e x c e i.l i.ii o f
if«* have b e t t e r
exhib its C O L U M B I A C O
F IR S T
where he served m ore than a vear P,,aher und AA heeler atnl delegates
than »ill ( .,1 nml.lii
Tht.ri'for»* h '
ra m n n cc. n .iu
« «"unii.ia nini Washington coutil s
He is now secretar^ o f
“ ose f l,u n t ,e« wero rei**>re.-en;-
Kube M axm eyer pitched for and a half.
»III stai' Monday fur a tour o f lht'|
T O E N D O R S E L A I R has l.cen under wuy hy ’ ito Oregon sco re
the A. J . W in t e r s Company of P o r t -
bureau o f m ine* nud g. ilo«rv fot Stf Helens and hurled a good game lan(j
°°uiity an.| will ra il on (he f a rm e r *
Follow in g the call to order by
T o Columbia county dielongs the more t i m i a voar and, n c o r d i n g lo hut th e b re ak s were all In fav o r of
M'l gal her up e x h ib its which will
Beu O lcott. Mayor Georg e
be shipped to S ale m
T h e lim e I* honor o f being the first county In II M Pnrks. Iienil of thè bureau C latakan le anil several clo se decls t h e ir home in Portland.
B a k e r s tru c k the keynote of the c . n -
Investigatimi« inaile « iow irou ore
•hurt, so the d o cto r la handicapped
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ference In his welcome to the d e le
At their meeting on in varytng iiuantilies at points io n i; ever. St. Helena iliil not kick at the
In this respect, hut b e believes that World's F a i r
gates when he stated t h a t " i t Is only
TIRE SIGN IS
thè rango of bill» exti’iulin r fru ii
»*»ry citizen of C olum bia county
hy co-operation that state s and eotu-
T h e celebration ended with a hig
desir.-s, thut C olum bia county have a on record a* being in favor o f the St Holens in Colum bia co inlv to tli*
MISLEADING m u nitie s
vlclnity of Miiunt Pisglfh in AA'asl
cre.Htui,!,. e xhib it, anil with th is In
g r e a tn e s s .” He said the holding oi
No eatltn.i*e of thè
Vi*», he o k s the co-operation ot the
J u s t below the tem po rary S. c \ the exposition would
hecn St Helens attended the celebration S depot is a sign of th e United th irty years ahead of what she i* t e
farmer *rult grow er» and all o the rs signed hy Judge W hite und Commi* volumi’ .f (he deposits had
made h» thè iiu re a ii. Pnrks statini
T h e Mist believes that |»loners Kullert«
s t a t e s Tir>> Company.
It is on th* day.
ty of the C la ts k a n ie people.
west stile of the highway and acr.s
Ju l i u s Meier was elected chairm an
Of Flynn will h a v e a cordial rerep- was
the south. It sta te s that " S t . H e l e n s a a il Robert E. S m ith ,
II bii hi « very part of t h e county and ton
is one half mile d is t a n t " and gives s e n a t o r < liarles McNary said that
•Nat all will aid turn In every liian- ut a special meeting held AA . dues l.iv
night at the office of Mr Meier at
nsr pus Ihle
a brief history of the town
T h e congress and the president were in
which there were present a n " f i b e r
m otor st driving m o t h would ii.it fav or
*he fair and th e president
of the delegates to the meeting to
u m lly suppose tha* »t. Helens w , * and Mrs. Harding would he here for
K. OK P. TO ENTERTAIN
a rr >'ige u program for tin* Ih.trs-
Pari loulur attenUon is directeil lo
Die president had said that " n o more
e f e atu re picture at the L ib erty som ew here one half mile from the Ideal place for holding such an e x
RIDGEFIELD LODGE liar meeting which was held at tlm thè • hangod schi’ilule of thè S P for T h th
e coming week is a strictly
AA hen Mr Meier A S . effectlve M.mday. S. |.t t — t li.
when getting to this supposed oil- position could be than in Oregon an,l
Folio wing t h e i r ann ual custom read the le tte r favorable comment Locai officiai.* a r e »lire tlicy bave ar H art-b u ilt one. tru e to type In ev half mile point. Is the county ma a.' Portland.
In this picture Hart
was made on the thoughtfuln ess of rangcil a lira.« (alile wlilch will prove ery respect.
T h e c h airm an appointed a finan
' ■ '
King I. '
| chine shop and th e rock crusher. A
cytlihi ,.||| e n te rta in t h e Hlilgeflel . our county court and Mr Mele* s t a t verv s a tlsfacto ry to th è generai pilli appears in “ O’Malley o f the Mount motorist who had never been to St cial c o m m itte e and a com nii’ tee on
e d " — a story of the great N orth
resolution», who reported when the
b of P lodge on T u e s d ay evening. ed that It was the first official re c o g ne.
It is a story of a fighting Helens had a hard tim e finding the con fe re n ce, a f t e r a din ner a t the
In ailoptlng (h e schedule St. Ilei- west.
Advices received l>) nition of the fulr made hy any conn
man anil an officer of th e
M ultnom ah, convened.
T h e finance
nfTIcsrs of Avon Lodge Indicate lu.it ty In tir»*goti, so a * usual, t olumb,.i rii.« bus l.een given thè con siti era timi
T h e sign is
and Is dir ections of th e sign.
c o m m itte e outlined the plan o f rais
c o m m e n s u rate
th i Northwest Mounted Police
Mniosi the full menilierahlp of tie' county wa* first.
g r o n d i of th è city, and its import full o f th e t h rills that every Hart Com m erce should have it torn d vwn ing $ 6 , 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 tn Oregon. P ortlan d
“Idg.'llelil lodge will he present
ance as a rallroail e arnlng cen ter audience dem ands and expects. Tilt* i««r placed In proper position, f f i o i Is to raise two-third s of thi9 and the
Th« loeal m.uiiheri^ will turn out
Attend S.ii,*«i H* ••**■—Mis f tlli.i
production wilt appear a t the L ib
o th e r one-third by the people o f Ore
A new P ortland Scaside traili. N.
n fur«, and l| la expected that l i e VVv*H *d Portland a t u i e ’ "I Mr
within t h e ir province, the
council gon outside of Multnom ah county.
25. is pili oli whlch leave* Portland erty next S und ay and Monday.
l°d«.' in. .,i wi|| |,„
biggest y* i (leorgn II Shinn striv ed in St II
T uesday that a b sorb in g and f a it h
A fter con sid erab le discussion th e re
I’he com IIIIHna on iirran
en* Saturday and will attend the :->t at 1 : 1 5 p in. and leave» St Helens fully drawn pictu re of life, “ Salv a
port was adopted.
Jn,‘tu have m ade am p le pr»*puralIon Helens high having entered the Jim a t 2 : 1 2 |>. m., arriviti« at S easlde ] tlon Nell,’ will open for a two night* FORMER SCAPPOOSE
T h e report of the c o m m itte e on
No. 28 will leave
,,r *'.rv.tiK a tine d in n e r and on th. lor class
Miss Wy**. after rompi n at 6 : 0 0 p m
In litis dram a then*
TEACHER MARRIES resolu tio ns, of which E. E. Profile
Program Is musical sele ctio ns, shor* lug her sophomore year in o n" of S easlde ut 1 2 : 2 0 p m.. Astoria >t is t ra n s f e rre d to the screen a vivid
o f Oregon City was c h airm an , and of
"III o th e r In te re stin g events tin. Port land high schools, deride I 1 : 1 5 p. ni.. St. Helens at 4 : 0 0 p story, filled with tend er pathos, a
A nu m b er of Scuppoose pei pie w hich S. C. Morton o f St. Helens
of the m e e ting have he ut to lake a htlsin* •< Course and r" n i . ami arrivi’ ni Portla nd at 5 : 1 0 rourrageoits spirit and b eautiful love. were gu est* ut the m a r ria g e of Miss w%s a member was adopted uite r
No. 24, no«' due a t St. Hel - '
Avon Lodge m em b ers \*h" celv.'d a diploma from one of tlm p m.
ens ai 7 : 0 5 p m. will leave St llet- " S a lv a tio n N e ll" has been running Keck, nt the home of her p a re n ’ s considerable discussion.
other pli^-«..* anil m.inv of lending business college* of Pori
two weeks at t h e Columbia in P o r t In P ortla n d, to Mr Dean W e b s t e r
A m a jo r it y of th e delegates from
F o r nine months she wa - ent ens a t 7 : 5 5 and arr lv e nt Portland land at 50 cen ts ad mission.
I!'""1 '"»v«* Inform ed K. o f It X « land
Shown last W ednesday evening.
places outside o f P ortlan d favored
ployed In the grcoiintlng depart in n 1
'h a t they will he here
T h e hom e was p rettily deco atefi f 7ie exposition but when the vote was
T h e m ornlng R alnter locai, No. here at 35 cent*.
i I"’ com m ittee on a rr a n g e m e n ts of tile Oregonian. l’Ut decided t.mt
Another fav o rite of
movie with Ivy anil astern and the bride
only a few r the 1 * 7 dele-
»si,. ; tl) |,,,|,i,.HH upon (lie m em b er* It would he liciter for her to com
in., will d o rin e thè wlnter monti,« fans Is to appear on th e screen at wa.« verv a t t ra c tiv e ly gowned In Ivorv gates present voted In th e negativ e
hm th.-y a re expected to bring I heir plate her high school edile.i : Ion inai,
S he wore a ' v e i l and carried ! and ,hP >‘ wer" K|vpn an opportunity
•Slier wife or sw-etlii-nrl
with lo hold Mie lucrative position sin leave SI Helens al 8 : 4 3 a m Karl} T h e ch a rm in g Norma T a lm a d g e will a bouquet o f roses and sweet peas to rhaoRO t h e ir votes and m ak e It
mornlng trav elers will a p p r o d a t e thls
‘»in or in o t h e r words, t h ’ la.In t had
She was attended bv six little rlh »nan lm ous. which they did
rlmiige. as they will arr lv e In Por*
Just a , welcome ns I’ll.1 men
e n te rta in in g
photo play th a t deals I on girls, a maid of h. nor and two "
preT« U a f u r th e r account
llnkoti« Vielter»— Mr. anil Mrs A land shortly a f t e r Iho openlng of in the c o n flic t of a woman's fulth. bridesmaids
M aster J a m e s Niblock of * h® proceeding» o f th e convention
which has gone on record as fa v o r
r Hhlvelv and sons. Harold anil Al
Locai Agent Gllhv feels Ihat he Is the hope o f a wife's heart anil the was ring bearer.
Ihm were here this week the «U'*"tf
trium ph of a m an 's trust. T h is play
T h e bride anil groom a r e both ing an exposition which will place
CHICKEN DINNER ,.f Mr« Bhiveiy* « .« u r. m , tu ..« anced schedule. He expresses np- will run all n e x t week ut the L ib Reed college grad u ate s T h e bride Oregon in tho eyes o f the world and
be a big f a c to r in th e development
_ _ _ _
II Roy. They motored from th«*-
ainl preciiitlon of the patro n age and sup- erty in Portla nd anil will appear at tau g h t two te rm s tn th e high school
tln> local th e a t r e for
nights at Scappoose and has many friends of th e s t a te and the e utlre n o r t h
In that city.
T h e Scappoose gu ests
to ( C a lifo r n ia and ,s gla,
»• v ÇV sh.’MI>
T h e w eek's productions will close at the wedding w ere: Mr. and Mrs.
T h e s te a m e r E H Meyer ts in
^»gri'Katinnal ch u r ch
Wednesday ! will probably slop si •*'1
Saturd ay with Monroe S a lis b u ry in Niblock. Mrs G etchell. W ilson A ck
* * - a 1 ' \ n-\ 1-* v .< ’ i n i
port (.«king on a c a rg o o f 9 3 0 . 0 * 0
feet c f lu m b er for C alifornia dell»-
7:3« O’clo ck
! »resilient o f the Western Vatiiwial land vicinity In the handsome
of unusual m erit and e ntertainm en t. Tipton anil Glad ys Garrison.
J 2 » library needs Isioks. to b u y ' ^ e ' Insurance Company of
m a t t e ,« now „ e arin g completion.
F a t t y Arhuekle in " M o o n s h i n e " will
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M'li* takes m o n ey ; to Re th e money N. P
Non I artisan
Mrs N. S. Phelan and ilatlgliter provido the m errim ent f o r the ev-
Mrs R a y P rice and Mrs. B e n j a
I t U r* t>, rted th a t a
1 ipntic •
°'« h will t ra d e you a most ex-I has done the s la t e much harm, n
left Wednesday for P a rm a . Idaho. » n trg -and It Is conceded t h a t as a min Guam gave a chick en dinner s t e a m e r will soon arriv e here to tali*
b ' 1""« « h i c k « , d in ner for 50 c e n t » . ; cording ,o Mr Hhlvely. who has It - I where they will spend some time vlw- mirth producer F a t t y is without a last T h u rs d ay In honor o f Mr*. F
on a partial cargo of J a p square*
T - W
they a r e o o k ln g fur you ed In North Dakolu for the poet ten itIn k with friends and rid atile *.
I E ld e r and daughter.
f o r delivery In the Orient.
NEW TIME TABLE
IN EFFECT M0NDAY
OFFERS GOOD BILL