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PAG E T W O
T H E ST. H K L E N S MIST. FR ID AY. DECEMBER
Mr. sud Mi». Gllmour uud
irlouds and relatives in Scappooae
"T h e ol'o r Married Man." a three « e r e Portland vlsltors .Monti iv
Miss Kllon Madsen wus a gii*
act comedy was played uftder the
uapices of the high school at the ber slster.
'tose theatre. Friday evening, Do Portland over tho week end
Mrs M Nagel was brought le
The house was filled
and the audience was appreciative from ile* hoepltul lust week in
|there being much enthusiasm over improved in Inalili
Kollat’ d Must di s|n'nl severa! il
|the many difficulties in which the
the vacation with her parents
1 poor married man found himself, last week « t Chapman
P C Jacohseii has heen in '
only to become victorious In the end
SCAPPOOSE, Ore*, Doc. 22 — 3p*>
School attendance has been light The nianuer in which the production I,trina for a week or two looklng
elal to The Mia*.)— I »:•>' it » » ‘1 ‘ this week on account of the cold was staged showed earnest endeavor ter ■ cai lo.nl of potatoes shipped l’>
mean It too; earcelully. slue«* it ia to w eat her.
Ion th* purl of the aetors
A candy Inni and several olino- farmert.
you- \ M E R R Y C HUISTM AS
Mr and Mrs J II Anderson ef
save w hleh
Bill Luidstrcn is l uilding a new
brought the proceeds of the pluv to f u i si Haleni m n i n e t t i 11 « r
house on his lota on the east side
and Mrs John Mcl'ully Siimi.i'
DOWNING, Ore., Dee 21.— (Spe 385.00. minus the expenses which
Mayor Watts, Mrs. Watts. Mr *:id
Mr and Mrs Win Skuzie. accolli
will be used for the benefit o f the
Mrs. D. W. Price atended the Bank
1 igh school.
The Freshman girls. pauled li» Mrs I.Ulu li moli red lo
ers' banquet in St. Helena, Thursday
lla/el Sku/.n- atei
able to resume her school studies Emerald John. Lola Cline, l.lllta’i
I ’oudlt. Louise Her. Gertrude Hull Mlnnlo Ltlltck uinlerweiit o;i"V.i:lo:is
P rof C L. Coffyn. K F. Niblock
for adenoide and tonslls
Hoy Holhouscr was a Clatskame and Ella Kelly acted us ushers The ormigli! houle ilio sanie evenne; and
attended lodge in St. Helena. Thar-
Billy, a young college
Mr. Coffvu brought his
bolli cliildreii urti dolng tileely
( has Carlson, who is employed I fellow. Harry Keuse.v; Prof John II
dituit from Kansas jurisdiction to Si
Wise. Alvin Parker; /.on, a sweet
Helens Lodge, No. 32, A. K.
girl and his bride; Lucy ‘ Stanton:
DEER IS L A N D
Bob McAdams Is building a ma-| Mrs. Iona Lord, her mother, l.eslu
The city purchased their head wat
lira ham. ii
er works for the proposed water chino shop and garage.
IS L A M
The school hr.d its Christmas tree I country doctor, Flortun Mills; June,
system from Thomas
and program Friday night and every-1
lind. a college reporter. Thelma P t-
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Price. Watts body reported a good time.
Mr and Mrs S. M. Boats were i ty elm; Jupiter, the negro servant, comer. H ('., Mrs Harry Kyle of
Prire were dinner guests of Mr and
| Weston S'teeley.
Poitlsbo. Wash'ngton. ate visiting
Mrs. Newton Perry, in Portland on shopping in Clatckanle Saturday
Jim Patty is visiting at the Stan
with Mrs Freeman and Walter for
Sunday The Scappoose Lumber Co.
B A C H E LO R F L A T
the Clntstmas holidays
shipped a rnft of
125.000 Jap ley home
Mrs Burt Stanley
X V Murphy and family luive
squares and are building another
B A C H E L O R FI,AT. Ore , Dec 22
were week end visitors at the Sei - (S p e c ia l to The Mist
The sn-i.v moved lo Portland for tin* holld.ys
raft for shipment.
The Chapman and Scappoose Lum fert home
must have frightened everyone out and until w either conditions .r e
Miss Vivian Lynn left for St H el of going to Sunday school. Suini.’ v. more favorablty 'or I iih work
ber companies closed down on ac
count of the snow and will resume
Mrs. Elmer Olson was called to
Only two were present.
as soon as the weather permits. The tions.
Mrs William Sodderlierg. ace im Goble Sunday evening by tho illness
Chinook andetaoin shr eta etaoL.n
panici! 1» Mr Frank Nagel, motored of her iii . tlu-r, Mrs Partner, who 1*
Sc'ppoose weather has ordered a Chi given at the Downing school h o ii'« i ' > Portland Tuesday and sn-nt the some letter at this writing
Mr and Mrs
nook and soon everybody will be
consisted o f recitations, songs and
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Everv dav brines one or two more
of our coileg* folks home.
Vera aIul 11 the e|o9P of thq program the
Price Is traveling with the U 0f O 1 >re» en,s iml h:l.vs of randy, nuts
Glee Club and will not be home u u -;ani* popcorn were distributed
til Chris-r.ias ere
Helen Watts is i temporary staee which was erected
In Silver I for ,ho "eras on was trimmed w ith
Creek, Erie and New
bough' I he appropri-te decorations
OUR W IS H FOR YOU IS A
enjovlng '** wreaths, small firs, a large Christ-
sknting on the 1 .kes while the skat-
picturesque fire place
\vere tastefully arranged.
lng Is good
Inez Wikstrora is substituting f o r ! People attended who pronounced It
Miss Cooper in the first and second a cussess which was a great encour
agement to the teachers. Harry In
grades this week.
News of the der.th og Edward T graham and Miss Vivian Linn, as
Gi re on December 17ui at the Good well as the industrious children
Samaritan hospital came as a sur
prise ot relatives and friends. The
V E R N O N IA
funeral was held in the church at
V E R N O N IA , O re. Dec. 21.— (S p e
11 a. m. Tuesday, conducted by S. cial to The M ist).— Mrs A. Lester,
Darlcw Johnson of St Helens
Mr proprietress of tho Dewdrop Inn. has
Gore was aged 70 years and has heen spending a few days in P o r t
been a resident of this vicinity for land.
He Is a brother of
Mrs. W. G. W alk er of Banks vis
Hon. H. West, J P West. Burt West ited her daughters. Mrs Ellis Me-1
and Mrs. May Wahn o f California.
Graw and Miss Eurma W alker lust
The N. B. A. held a short meet week.
ing last Thursday evening in th-*
C. H. I ’ rte is building a new home I
hall and were litter joined by the for his family about a mile and a |
families and friends who enjoyed a half southwest o f town near the T a y
game of 500. Nice lunch and some lor bridge.
old fashioned square dances.
John Bryan has recently moved
The Christmas exercises will con his barber shop from the McDonald
sist of a program, tree and Santa pool hall to the store lately vacated
Claus and a Christmas treat at the by Mr. Corey.
church Saturday- evening (changed
A splendid nlay, “ Dr Cure-All"
Christmas morning was given by the pupils of the K ls’
at 10 o'clock will be Christmas music school at the school house. F r i d a y :
and the Christmas story in place of evening. December 9 1921
OK HfA PPOOHK
the regular Sunday school service kets we*e s e ll after the play and.
Sunday evening Endeavor at 6:45. $17.00 was raised »vhfch
IR WIL SON, President
fo llowed by a evening service of mus used to improve tho school
DAVID M 'K IN N O N W ILSON, Vlca-l’resldent
ic and the forum under direction ot
The sawmill at Browns wan re
L. G. Smith.
E D W A R D E WIST. Cathier
cently taken back
by tho Brown
It has been run hv tho
C ap ital anil Surplus WO.OOO
l in t e l S ia la . D e p o .(lo ry
Galo Starton and t»vo friends all
Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent
W A H R E N , Ore., Dec. 22.— (Spe Freshman at the University of Ore
cial to The
M is t.)— The
Swedish gon »vlll return homo from Eugene
F ou r l* «r Cent ln tcr«*«t on T im e Deposit*.
Baptirt chinch ■ ave a very success on Saturday, December 17 to re
ful church s«le on Friday evening. main during the holidays.
A goodly crowd was present and a
The Evangelical church will give
vory spi-itec bidding marked ihe a sacred Christmas program at the
Your Property should he Insured »gainst Fire
evening's entertainment. A. L. .Mor church Sunday evening, December
be safe than sorry
Wo represent several of the Best of tilt*
ris acted as auctioneer.
Over $130 25.
The church will he decorated
Old Line Companle'
He«.* us for Insurance
l ’ rol«*ct yo ur
was realized from the sale. A pleas aj propriately for the occasion. Tho
Home and Property against a Fire Los*
ing program w a i rendered j y the program will bo a good one and a
mernb. rs of the congregation under U rg e attendance Is expected.
th , leadership of Rev. Bjorqu.st. A f
The Y. P A. monthly business
were meeting was held at the home of Mr.
Improvements are being and Mrs Sydney Malmsten. Monday
made on the cnurch property and evening. December 5. Election of o f
new furniture being added.
ficers for the ensuing year took up
Last Friday a large number ot the greater part of the evenings
AVarren ladies gathered at the home time
o f Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Grewell *.o president; Lesta Weed, vice presi
tender a reception lo Mrs. Wallace dent; H:;7,< 1 Malmsten,
Dui can who the day before was Misb Gladys Malmsten, treasurer; Louise
She was married Malmsten, organist; Esther Hcver-
in Portland on Thursday and her ling. assistant organist.
friends by the score called to pay election games and refreshment were
their respects and tender their con enjoyed.
Hattie was popular
On the evening of December 31
among all Warren people and the a Watch Night party will be held in
best wishes for her happiness was the church Th*- W om en’s Missionary
heartily given . She will reside in Society and Young People's Alliance
are uniting In giving the program
The residence of J. J. L'nd; hi was and the
entered on Tu sday night and a lib promises to be a success. A new pipe
erty bond end ether valuables tak organ recently purchased by the
en No clue to tho cu'prit is known. church, is expected to arrive and be
The vegetable growo’ s he,d an in in evidence at tins occasion.
te- -sting meeting on Thursday night entire community is invited to join
and planned an active campaign for in making the affair a profitable
growin g and marketing their fruit and enjoyable one.
and vegetables for the coming sea
A surprise party v/as given Rus
sell Stanton, ecently returned from
There will be services in the eastern Oregon, at the home of his
church Sunday morning, preaching parents. Saturday night, December
by the pastor.
On Sunday evening 10.
The entire family, whom the
a Christmas program »“ ill be given. merry-makers c*nirht in the act of
Many of our farmers have spent pate-ing their home, were much sur
the last few days in Portland Inter- prised.
After they »vero over their
vle»ving Santa Claus.
surprise the furniture was cleared
W. J. Fullerton paid a visit to his ja v a y and gamoi, were played.
ranch hut left during the cold weath I doughnuts, c o f f e e and cocoa were
¡served at ele.’en o'clock
Silk U m brella*
A 'alter Olson has a new Chevrole ty-five people attended.
Fan«) llalli T o a r ls
car and can now compete with Gust
lawll.*«’ Silk H i»»-
(euiat T i . w f I h
The fifth grade students under :
J « p Lun ch S**ln in
Killy H- mir erback will build a the direction of their to: cher. Miss
llath Iteitie* Blank««»
new house for the Korstram family Alice Comstock, gave a surprise par-,
Napkins . . .
A IL W o o l Blank«-!*
who will move here shortly from ly for the six grade, Friday after
Silk l'iiilerw i'*r
noon, December 16.
Beauty |*| n»
. . .
On Tuesday T. C. Hollbaugh eay* all played games end were treated
a pruning demonstration to a large with orarges.
M a n ie u r« Serta
number of firm e rs of this district
MI'ses Marie Bochin and Gladys
Arm Manila . ,
He gave a talk on horticulture after Malmsten are spending the week end
Nere kl h h
wh,ch he gave a practical example in St. Helens, taking the tacher.i'
( o lla r anil f u f f He-t
o f up-to-date pruning
Trees * * r * examinations.
Their rooms nra be
M«*n’a Haia ........
pruned in the orchards of Albert ing taught by ,'lrls from the high
Hninlker« hh fs
Moya' Are f a i «
Anderson, Ernest Rvlander and P. schoi 1 teachers’ tr Ining class.
H .m ilker« hle-f. e,f ;|
This is the first demon
Each room in school are planning 1
Moya* fi-r-i > I a|ia
stration held in this section and some sort o f Christmas celebration
Children*» Hoi Handkerchief»
Me-n’a Kiel (.1.,««.
much ¡merest, was manifest
A progrim ar.d < hrlstmas tree with
Christmas exercises will he held In funny gi'ts w i e c j to be the general
each room of the Warren school on plan
The parents are Invited to
JUST AKKIVKI)—SILK HOLEPROOF STOCKINGS
Friday u'ternoon of this w cb
A i hose program*.
short literary program will be given
Christmas v cation will begin on
and Christmas trees will he |n evl Friday. Dec« ruber 23 and last until ,
dence with the usual treats in the ru> flay J-unary 3, 1922
way o f candy. Parents -.re cordially
ll ........ of t irM lo a c h o n win
invited to attend.
go to ’ “ Ir “ spactive homes
School wll d o s t Friday lor a ten a.id Mr“ Wm. Kelty and small son.;
days’ vacation —opening ag-ln Jan Wayne »»ill be with their parents in ;
f i n ' s ’ nie. Ml
Mice Comstock will,
Miss L illie immerhahl, teacher of tie w-dh her family in Monmouth. ,
the fifth and sixth grades, will spend Miss Marjorie Holiday will visit w ith j
OVER THE COUNTY
ÎHappjj. Jlrmqirrmtü -Xi-ui Rear
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
il in lu k room v\ n
turned to I ko
I 1 0 IU«
Eli ‘ llsli
Margery and Murleu Miller
I,(till been quite 111 Hie last tell
but I lioy are on the mend
M ry- Hums. I lielr g rand mol her. Is
tilling car-> of I he’ll
G J Ju per* umi family were St
11 1 -1 > ‘its » is 11 o s Weilliesday
Dr Yager and fuKltl) u.e -Ivlng a
series o f shows in the Deer Island ‘
luiilevllle and niov
ball till» week
Mr. and Mr*
and M «-.-• Mei Ioli
land W ed ’iesd V
Mr and Mrs J lui Elllmin and
dlUi'ilter of skiinokiiwa. Washlug
lon. vlslled w 1 1 li Mr and Mrs Suiii
Ketley llils wee|j
Martha Bauman v ii
l.ern assisliiig ' I r
Watson w Ith III«
1 ' uilip \
1,1 ‘ ‘»nland
SOUTH HT HELENS, lu.,.
( Speclul lo Tini M st i
Dalton «peut Um
" ll,‘ vuitin*
with her Miste li * eri * lumi
Mr und M is I la
win'd p U(j
11 luolored ¿ T a “ 4
M ‘ " T. K K
Mr und M s u k « h,
leave Friday for lleliti . i,
where they will
Ilio 0 ’
with I heir d ill.Ir. a Mr.
E H Robinson who f
ill Si Helens
Mr und Mrs It<( .rr (,
Porli ml shoppers Saturday lr‘«y «un
Mr and Mrs Davi- n - o . - ,
daughter, Mildred -1
lo spemi tin*
se h mlailv^
hSSr . ...in"0"-
K ji u n
Wouldn't you feel happier at the joyous time ot the year
it you celebrated it in your O W N H OM E
plenty ol lime between now and Christmas to buy a
home. Call on us, our autos .ire at your service, and we
arc sure wc can find just what you want and on terms
within youi reach C E L E B R A T E CHRISTMAS IN
YO U R O W N HOME.
H E R E A R E S E V E R A L E X C E P T IO N A L
B A R G A IN S :
N i t « new 4 room Huniculo* f I um « In huth. pantry full
2 full lot*. « uh I front. n«at, lftini»»l ih »** po***«»»»ion. only
IL’ .DOO 00 with I'JiiO down
i H uh in .i ucrlflco of $00.#
Very choice n«*w 5 room MunKiil«»*. I>uw h kitchen, brpukftit
nook, furnu«**, wash tray«,
»«w e r connectioni,
improved «Ireel. Improvement* all Paul, clou»* In
rcnitotuthle on eaey terrnn
4-Hoorn Umi -»•, pantry
Hoorn horn*«. 1
lot**. 10 heurlnic fruit tr«*»'«. toilet, paid up
street, d o « « In
$1 100.00 with your own term» In reason.
Nice 6 Hoorn modern,
( Hoirie Itl SlDh VI I \ I. hl ll.l’INO l.o lM \T *I< mi
R E AI.TY CO.
PH O NES—Office, 123: Residente
38-J and 74 W
o Christmas shoppers. Ours is the Gift Store
ust minute. Look over the following suggestions
^u£gestions for Christmas Shopping:
I an i y Sirl|a- stilila
Trascling l i a n a .........
Suit f a ara .................
M ill room sll|>|M-r.
e iillilm ii'a l l a l r I t » « .
3 pairs in box; supply is limited; order now for Nniai.