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THE ST. HELENS MIST
VOLUME X U
t OF C.
SHOW MAKES Hll
OF PUBLIC LIBRARY
HELENS* OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1922
! ISLAND MILL MAY
CIRCUIT COURT TO
OF COUNTY SCHOOLS
. —. ... 4
ItelNirt o f Idli rarla n I mill ate * That
Pub li c I* T a k i n g M o m Interest
In I *111.11«' InstItutlon
H ale o f <)|Minliig l>c|«-nd* Upon tie-
¡W e a th e r and F u tu re M ark et C on
— .. ^
d ition s.
H i n t l>«> i * NururaJixutifjii I> h >
That more Interest Is being taken
School Activlllee In
It is planned to start up the Is
In the St Helena public library and
land Lumber Company mill early In
r iu iw N Iliuidn'iU In 'hat more people urn taking advan
February according to a statement
tage of the facilities o f the library
o f II F McCormick, president of
“ NnudI T o h i i Ii*K
Klmw is Indicated In llie following report
The date wheu the
The eighth gra d « state exarain»
-— T h N i 'i * <
b o ti» N i e l l i * o f o f the lihrurtun which covera the ac
mill will resume operation ha* not
tlons were held In a few
tivities for the yeur 1921
in o li« ti— >1 ny Im K o | m * u I< m I.
school districts of the county on been definitely decided upon and d<
Total circulation hooks und
pend* on weather and market con til
13,193 Thursday and Friday of thlH week tlons, hut at the present time both
Largest dally circulation . . . .
9b May 1» the month In which the great seem favorable and there is no rea
That thi< Hi Helen* Chamber of No. people reading In library. 3,999 er number of eighth grade pupils
son to doubt hut that the mill will
C u n m t r t " Chattier»' intiiLlrel allow No people visiting library . . . 1 6,529 take the state examination In C,
start up In February, Mr. McCor
which we* on Ho’ houril» al tin' I.Hi NO hook* In library ............. 1,311 lutnhla county.
Hoys’ and girls’ club work Is re mick said.
■rty theatre Tuosduy ami VV ih I ih * Volumes added during y e a r . .
The mill which 1* situ ted on the
day night* wan u n a l good iuln»lrel l l l f t * ................................................. 209 co ring an Impetus at this time Tho
point of Sauries Island Just across
allow can ho ulloHtod lo li> the H00 1‘ urchused . .
Holllriugh, the the Willamette slough from St. Hel
people wh<> mm l In« lilark face com Nir new borrowers ...............
397 Assistance of Mr
county agent. In tho promotion >f ens, has been Idle since early In
edlnna perionn. The ahow bouan wua Amt collected for flues on over-
It* average dally capacity is
tilled tor hoi ii performance» ami the
...........$ i h $ club work In the schools this year In 80.000 feet and when In operation
fact, Mr llollhaugh will have charg'
8. ■ H. O digit wua hung out curly Amt. collected fur rent on pop
furnished employment to sixty or
of the calf and pig clubs
Tueaday evening when it wan appitt
ular f a c t i " t i ....................... $.!11¡.
The first local 1'iMltute o f tho pres seventy men. Most o f the lumber ts
enl that mure pimple waiiteil ticket* Amt collected for lost hook* I 7.36
shipped hy water
ent school year will lie held at St
than thura were neat* In the theatre
Helens on Saturday. Kebruory 4th
T h e show wua repeuted Wednenday BRIEF HAPPENINGS
\ large attendance o f teachers Is ex
venlng and the »how liouae watt uitam
ABOUT THE CITY p e e le d since on till* date plans for
tilled with p ople who evidently on
the county field meet and coun'..
Joyed the pet >rt tuiice and the Joke*
I iit. riain* S. s. t I u m .— Mrs I,
s»ay and declamation contests will
o f the ••nlg” o r
County Agent F C Holihaugh will
The aoiu* were exceptionally r. ion (I Ito- * "n t"itallied fifteen members he made
The parent-teachers organization hold u pruning demonstration on the
and the five ploee orchealra added of her Sunday school clans r.t a din
Theodore Karth farm near Yankton
much to the program welt their ■ i t at the L a r i lic e hotel In W'est of St. Helens hold a special meet tomorrow. Saturday, January 14. at
ll e l nn* Wednesday evening, a Ing on Wednesday afternoon o f this
aplondld im cm ipunuaenta nnd juzzv St
It is expected that
rent that w is much enjoyod and week A good program was prepared 1 o'clock p. in
mualc. I)r Jala m T M.i'tln wua the
and refreshments served
Tho org a a number of the farmer» of that vi
appreciated by the class
niuaicul direct >r
Ml»* llecalo Hat
nization Is very active in Its effort- cinity will be present to wltnc*» the
tan pianist. and W alter Freeman, the
to Induce all under-nourtshod child demonstration.
John iH'mlng wan tight
The county agent sayt that now Is
ren to drl:tk ph ii ty o f milk, and a*
thore win the tri p dri'.iu* und W ale
'he time to prune fruit trees.
Kutherfoi tl with hi* $t>00 aaxaphone • reutuery a**oclatlon will hold their a means of furthering this program,
unuul meeting m the
Methodist children who are not able to pur general thinning out Is usually het
£ » d C. C Turner v. lie pi yed the 'cel
ter th"n a severe cutting hack
lo ronnih tl out an orchestra which ' hureh on Saturday, January 14th chase milk are furnished the milk
(Uttlngs should he burned and no'
and dinucr will tie served by the la» free o f charge
couldn't lie hunt
The school at Hlrkenfeld will be left on the ground or piled up In a
T h e credit for the ,ucro»*ful per dies’ Aid Society In the basement of
Quite often diseased wood is
formance I* due to the untiring of the church, according to notices *en' standardized on the evening of Jan
the stock holder* by (I W Mills, sec uary 20th.
A < ut o f f and serves as a hatching
forta o f J G Nauuian who original
f'hurchlll of Salem will bo present ground for Insect peefs" Mr Holt
ed the chow and to Mra. Nauman rotary of the association
He Is anxious to co
and deliver an address The teachors Laugh stated
who had hurge of the Mage setting*
Manager Guy and the school hoard have taken a operate with the fruit growers of
and dMlr i*
lloth of them were so
Columbia county to secure the he«'
enthttSlat lr a* to the show thut the Fteldhouse report* the following re great deal o f Intereat In providing
Fete Mar- the requirement* nore*sary for stan possible results and In addition to his
mlnstreF hoy» caught the spirit and cent sale* of Kuril car».
It will lie an occasion duties as county agent ho will take
worked hard to make a hiicccsh a* ncrl bought a touring car, Ml»» I.a dardization
vtnla Klhlan. a coupe and Thomas that will count 'o r something In the up tho work o f county fruit Inspector
Mr. and M r* Nauman wished for
and render such aid as Is within hi?
He has five or six o r school life o f the Hlrkenfeld school
One of the pleasing features of Roy a truck
Twenty four teachers took the ex power to help the fruit growers to
dliulnutlv” der* hooked w hich called for delivery
raise better fruit and more of it.
Fleldhous* amlnattons for certificate* at St Hel
"coons" Hoh N iiui lull and Hwepwin during
ns during tho third week In Decern- "Columbia county Is a splendid fruit
Ma ter lloli. attired In believes the prospect* are excellent
her, and with one or two exceptions, country." Mr. Holihaugh stated, “ but
costume, for a good business this year.
all o f them passed very creditably we must take better care o f our or
pleased the ; mllenre with his solo,
Joint Installation. __ _ St.
Helens An official report will be »ent to the chard* If we expect to produce good
" I Know Abut ll Mean» to he Lone
m in e," and responding to an encore. Lodge, No. 117, I O. O. F and lie teachers from the state department j fruit.'
Master 8wep»on Joined him in sing I skull Lodge No 217, had a Joint of education about January 20th
The county superintendent, w F ’.i
Ing " M a '
Tho performance of those installation Thursday night.
two "OO ouk ' pleased everyone umt lodge hull was well filled with tnetu the asslKtanco o f the teachers, will
brought a storm of applause
They her* of the three links fraternity, ssue a county annual of the school
were fort'* ! 'o r< tpunil to repeated tunny of whom tame front a distance of Columbia county near the end uf
'o tie present at the Installation A f the present school year
It wa* a mighty good show and ter the Installation ceremonies mem no such year book has ever been pub
thore Wen o many " » t a r » " that The bers and guests assembled around lished In the state and this one If
Mlat will nol mention any o f them the table In the hantiuet hall and par- properly edited should prove very Financial Institutions Make a ( « hk I
except to say th.-t all o f the troupe took of a bountiful spread which was helpful to our schools
Showing and Annual Dividendi, arc
Some o f the voters of the Quincy
were star ami tin r-> I* a po*sll lllty furnished by the Rehekahs.
school district have petitioned the
Iks lared — O ffic e r» F-lected to
that the show may he repeated Tho
I'arty. — Mine Adello school hoard to call an election for
serve for Ensuing Year.
Interlocutor ............ s c
Morton M'tchrnin. daughter of Mr and Mr* the purpose o f contracting a bond
buries llltchmnn celebrated
he- ed Indebtedness to erect a new school
I'agoe— Swep on Morion, Jr , and
TBoru to vital need o f u
*• ith birthday by having fifteen of building
The aunual meeting of the stock
I «Hi Nauman, Jack Ollby, her young friend* as guests at a par- I good school building In the Quincy holders of the Columbia County
Hally Heaoock. Itiifu* Conte»
lit.r.k was ti j M Thursday afternoon
ward* delightful refreshments were j tion o f n site should not longer stand
[ I N T lltll >1'< " I I l >N
A lo lg table In the St llel ; In the way o f the educational pro j Reports submitted as lo the uffaits
"Oregon"- Hoh Hlarkburn, Jr . Kate served
of the ban* were satisfactory to the
cits Hotel dining room, which was gress o f the children there
The Freacott school has over fifty stockholder* and a dividend of lu
.istefiilly decorated for the occasion,
. ."HIrut Ml*» Lizzie" was loaded with the heat o f e very pupils In attendance at the present per cent on the par value uf the
Itufua h C o . i i es ............................................
thin" lo cut end the young guent* 1 time
Mis* Ruth Ilaloted, the teach stock was declared.
"I mler Southern Skle) icartll) enjoyed thu afternoon'» an er. I* perhaps the hardest worked , er» elected as director», Suerman
W ill Russell ■ Silver Sanda of Love
teacher In the county.
The school Miles, Mat tin White. J w Day, L
" L i t t l e Liza June "
one-rootn ) G. Rom and Charles Graham
. . .
Little Girl.— The addition to the old building and the , directors elected Sherman Miles as
..................... "W y o m in g
L u lK b y "
<terk in tie another o f !•'* per I teacher and pupil* are now very com president; Martin White, vice pres
ident; J. E
"Itainlillng UI iich
id lea I visit* to St Helen* Monday fortably situated.
.Hid left at the home o f Mr and Mr; j The »tate dental association under and Mrs. Madge Leaver and Mrs. K
Sam Ing a m ................... .................
R W Murphy a healthy little girl the direction o f the state depart f . Conyers as assistant cashiers
. , . " W I i Hod Made Mother For
On the same afternoon tho slock
Upped the scale* at an even »It ment o f education will, within the
holders of the First National U uuk
J. V. A.
The same board of d'rectors
dred dollars In prizes to the school met.
"Silver Th reads Among th«» (¿old' getting along nicely and the falhet
while unable to work on Monday, re children of the state for essay* on was elected and the officers are:
Hob Nau man ...................................
Fifth and Charles Graham, pro»:deut; Sherman
covered sufficient composure o f mint the following subjects:
" I Know What ll Means to He
H. A. Chlds.
to enable hint lo take hi» part in th. sixth grade*— The teeth and their re Mill s. vice prgdent;
ersher, and Girdun Thompson, as
The Com pany............................. " G e e " Chunter»;' minstrel »how He wu» dis lation to good health; Seventh and sistant cashier. The usual dividend
appointed. however, that hi» daugl, eighth grade*— Health and happi
IN T E R M IS S IO N
ter was u n a b l e to attend the alto* ness through good care o f the teeth was declared
............................. Overture and see just how "duddy" acted on In Columbia county one prize o f ten
lloth banks repo t a good business
Dr. Jaa M a rtin .....................Selected (lie stage
dollar* will be offered for tho best for the past year and with conditions
Improving they expect a better busi
essays In each division
ness during the yoar 1922
Kufua ICoatuH and ilia Ledger of
Wins I ’ rlzo.— The I’ortland T e le
gram Is running a series o f ad tirllse-
ST. HELENS HIGH
Hally H •ucoflk and Hoh Hlackhurn, 111**111s on certain home products The
CLERK S OFFICE SHOWS
DEFEATS HOME TEAM
paper Invited lit*« school children of
Jr. in "Itlp 'a Aw akening”
COUNTY A PROFIT
m i n « h row n — Aortal
about any ad.
Miss Marlon Morton
Bmartlng under the 42 to 12 de
Mouth Harpist Exira-
County Clerk Hunt has completed
of St Helen* a 'copied tho of.'er and feat bended them Friday evening b>
wrote a Jingle about a well known Washington high school basketball his annual report of the work of his
T H E (IR A N I) FIN A LE
The number o f Instruments
article which wa* advertised Thurw club, the St. Helens high quintet office
" T m l e Remus' Hlrthday"
day she received a $2 check fr* m the went on the floor o f the auditorium filed In the clerk's office dining
Binging those dear Old Negro Melo Telegram saying that she had won Saturday night determined to »c o r« I 1921 were 2 7 « « and the fee* colleit
dise ami closing with the Virginia the fourth prize in the content. She a victory over the town team and ; ed amounted to Id.SO« «7
Reel " A s Is"
-avs she will try again and hope* to they did It, the score being 32 to 23 ‘ expense o f the office for ihe )e a r
was |5,438.90 nnd leaves a profit
he first among the nine prize win In favor o f the " h i " team
Hally H cacock
ner*. but she Is happy thitt she scored town team showed a lack o f practice to the county of 3367 77
foiirlh among the hundred* o f nchool and the fighting spirit o f the " H I " I tax collected was 1409 and this sum
'« plac'd In a special fund lor
Buck ami Wing I lancers- " L o t 'or children of Oregon who nubmllted team was much In evidence. In fac;
protection of domestic animals The
the game, at times, reminded one of game fee* collected and reported to
a football contest and many foul*
Fire.— Tho re*t ' were made hy members of the school the stale treasurer amounted to
dene« owned hy t'harle* W h ile and j team which Referee Rene DeVIn did
Hunt Is pleased
E. O. Young
occupied hy William t’orwtn anil fam- | not see
The high school team with the excellent showing made hy
J. R. Ollhy
ila lly lleccock
showed a wonderful improvement In his offic e and the fact that In addi
alsnit 8 o ’clock
A defective flu" form and playing and If they keep
R. W. Murphy
caused the fire and the damage lo up the pace It will take a very strong lion to being self-sustaining, there 1*
Bob Blackburn, Jr Maurice Rlchnrd
a little surplus o f profit to turn In
the building wan nominal
The team to heat them.
lo the county treasurer
household good* o f
ST. HELENS BANKS
J. V. A. Farnoll
Jon Naum; n
8. C. Morton
W ill Itusnell
F id d ler
1» J. O'Malley
GOOD N IG H T
were removed from
without lo** Mnce the fire was
smouldering In tke upper »lory. The
volunteer fire department wa* on the
t'.ccne In a few minute» after the
alarm «minded, Hen Copeland al the
wheel o f the fire truck, having lost
no llnte In Marling the engine and
having the truck ready when the
They soon extinguished
tho fire and worked as velerrn fire
On Sa turd ty evening the Sunset
theatre m West St Helens will open
after having hern closed for several
Miss Hazel Brittain accompanied
Gray, Jr bought the by her mother. Mrs. Enitna Brittain,
■how Bo uni and It*» hooked n number came down from Portland last night
o f good plays. The film proituctlons to attend the Joint Installation of
are fO’'nl bed by tho Universal Film tho I. O. O. F and Rehekahs. Ml?»
compoti ami aro high c l ’ «a pruiluc Brittain was chief operator In the St
lion*, Mr tl ray Mated
lie plan* to I Helens telephone office until a few
have ghown on Tuesday*. Thursdays! months ago when she was promoted
. ___i ........ o . f each
i. i to a more responsible position In the
and ■ .. will
end « » v o r lo
cure only high class general offices of the phone company
prod wet lo is.
“ MOONSHINE" POURED
INTO COLUMBIA RIVER
Von Gray, so far as Is known. Is
the only person In Kt Helens lo pos
ses» one o f the new Peace Dollars It
wan sent to him by one of Ihe big
wholesale jewelry houses In t'hlca
go, who stated that they had been
able to secure only 200 of these coins
on account of so limited a number be
ing coined. T h e new dollar is a won
derfttl sample of the silversmith's art
T h » “ Liberty H ead" stands oul In
a raised figure and the American
eagle on the reverse side of the dol
lar Is a work o f art
eagle appears Ihe word "p ea ce" and
the date 1921
Mr Gray has Ihe dol
lar on exhibition In Ihe window of
his Jewelry store and It has attract
ed much attention.
cleaning time over at the court house
| and Sheriff Wellington and Deputle-
Abbott and Hatfield made a clean
up of the wines and liquors tskon In
raids, tho cases having been settled.
One lot o f wine of about 500 gal
Ions which was seized when Ihe fsrm
o f P Maraccl wa* raided was poured
Into the river snd was followed hy a
steady stream o f moonshine whlske?
Demijohns, Jug*, gallon contain) r*.
quart and pint bottles were broken
and the content* went Into the river
Between 1200 and 1800 gallon* o>
the stuff was dumped out and it I*
estimated that at the prevailing rc
(nil prices, close to 325,000 worth cl
the etuff wee destroyed
FOR INIS WEEK
u ih !
TttPiiJiy A p p l i c a n t * f o r < itix«*iifc iip.
( AftI«* ( ' aha *' W i l l la ll»*nr«t
8«*v«*ral O th e r ( ra « a
l io i k c t.
I ■ aMvvtue
O ffsh o re
Circuit court, Jmige Eslíen prestd
Ing, will convene mi Monday, Jan
The flrst day .» natural
Ization day and ther are sume 20
applicunt» for citizenshlp
A ti mu
ber applted for cítIzens.oip orne tim
ago bul Judge Eaken Instructed theni
to become netter acijuainled wlth tli
fundamental principie» of thl» gov
ernment and when they nad done
th!» to come ag .ni for • xanini tlon
On January 17 , Tues day, the
i <;t for hearing .< that o f Edith M
Kelley v*. Goorir e W Kelley
plaintiff 1* suing for n divorce ami
1* repre** nt»d
Attori «y J W I y
und Glen It Met ?kor r jpresun's thu
T w o other cases arc also to he
heard on this day, hut
only am! both arc divorce - im *. B.
Trindle vs C F. Trindle nod ( or:-
rtanco Ellis vs H C Ellis
On Wednesday the c se of B I'au!
sen and Louiso Faulsen v*. Charles
Bernard, E Stipe and \ /..ll'-r and
the case of Charles Bern; rd and E
Stipe vs. C. I) Faulsen are schedule I
to he heard
These cases are the
well known “ Paulsen cattle cases
which have been In the court iron,
time to time and apparently Is a
case where one party claims som
thing which another party claims and
►ach go to the court
It is expected
that the rase will bring out some
menls VV ill Total 7,04)0,000 Feet.
Ih.a week ha* been a bu»y one
along lue wateiiront and more tout)
UHi iongshoremeu have been kept
busy loading the several
which were or are iu port.
-n.eamor i>a.s> Putnam sailed Tuea
day night for San i'edro after tatt
ing on a cargo o i bj(j,UUU leet of
Ih e steamer Kirkpatrick
ia taking on a cargo of l.uUU.OUu
leet and is scheduled to sail Satur
I ne »hipping board
steamer steel Seafarer was due la*t
night and will lake 1,200,000 feel
tor .v-w York delivery.
nese steamer Holland Maru wa* due
last mgnt, coming for a consignment
I of two million leet lor the orient
I he Kinkasaen Maru arrived Sunday
..¡id will leave tomorrow or Monday,
tier cargo from Bt. Helen» i» 2,000,-
uoo leet of Umoers and also about
300 tons of scrap steel.
1 he steamer Waparna was sched
uled to come to rit. Helen* Saturday
nut tho order* were changed and
Joseph Maxfield who ha* charge of
•he snipping department here for the
Met ormick o. d. company, s: ys that
the vessel m.ghl not arrive until
lie also expects the Celiio
in during the ea-ly part of the week
The steamer krank Stout is e l
i c i t e d today, according to Mr Max-
t.eld, and v ill load 950,000 feet of
(Umber tor Ban PeJro.
DOG TAX LEGAL
for tli.* week, including the cargo of
COURT DECLARES ne Multnomah which sailed Sunday
i ight. wall total close to seven mil
The Oregon supreme court ha* lion feet, Mr Maxfield *aid
hr nded down a decision declaring
the dog tax law to be constitution;*
THE OLD NES f " IS
and owners of canines will he corn
COMING TO LIBERTY
pelled to pay their license* within 31
days under penalty of having their
The great cry has gone up from
The license fee is 3 1 for male and :he public to the theatres for worth-
w hile picture» and "T h e Old Nest,"
32 for f«m a!e dog?
In return for
these fees uwn?rj are entitled to free w hich comes to the Liberty on Thurs
day »u d Friday of next week will
collars for their dogs.
answer that cry.
It 1» a genuine
to obtain the proper dog license the
ov.-ner may lie fined in an amount not American
to exceed 310 and the costs o f the mother love and celf-sacrifice com
prosecution. The state dog tax la* mon to every family the world over,
i Imre .* humor and there are tears
was enacted in 1920, hut the const'
'utionality o f the act was subse- in the plain tale of daily life as we
all know it
Uf " T h e Old Nest” an
County Clerk Hunt hes a supply " f eminent movie critic says, “ I f you
dog collars and license tag* and he like to laugh, if you enjoy a gentle
advises all dog owners to send 'n veeping spell, if you want to see
their application for license?
The yourself, your brothers and sisters,
your father and your mother on the
collar and tag
mailed or delivered to th't-e wh< .-treen. go and see this picture.”
Whtie "T h e Old Nest" is gripping.
come to the office of the cle* k Det>-
utv Veazie will h a v e cha’ ge of thi‘ ;t has an altogether different hold on
work a.nd he promises prompt a r t the emotions than the usual thriller.
satisfactory service to both the ow ■ There isn't one m lcdtamat'.c scene
yet this picture holds the audience
er and the dog. So It you value your
dog better get the Been-" right now more strongly than any melodrama
. v r filmed. In brief, it is a picture
America has betn waiting for.
ELECT OFFICERS FATAL ACCIDENT
The annual election of offlcrrs m
the Plymouth Congregati • .al clutrc!
When the tuu ing car of Max Lev-
to >k place Saturday
\ crut J..a
sk 'ded on the frost coated sut-
uary 7th, and Ihe follow tig .f:icer- .u'O of the R inier hill, the car
Mr* Th unu* Ish'ster plitnc (1 over th high embankment.
'rustee; Mrs \V R Til! rd, clerk
1 'he act id nt occurred about noon
II A Childs, treasurer;
(>. Youi • \\ dnesd > Tho car roiled over three
superintendent of the Sunday School
lime at..i landed in a r. vino fifty
Edwin Ross. a*sistant »tin rtntend feet below the roadway
Edwin Ross and 1' 1. Ada n» auto:.-
atr.’.e o the assistance of the
were elected deacons and \1’ * Edwin Injured and took them from the
Ross and Mrs John L St irla. dea wrecked car. Mr Levin was rushed
was to Portland in an umbul. nee and giv
elected Sunday School secretary tine en surgical atto'.i:ion but he was so
badly injured that he died soon after
The business meeting was preced reaching the hospital.
ed by a fellowship supper and was was seriousl) injured but the proo-
attended hy member* and their fain pects *re that she will reco"cr. An
Illes to the number of more than
other oecup • t oft the car escaped
hundred. An interesting program of injury. The t/osty pavement v a s the
after dinner speeches wa* ctrrie.l cat *e of the tar skidding, it is re-
out. Mra. W. B
Dillard being the pr rted.
toaatmaster. The general theme w-.i-«
that St. Helen» need* Its churche- i
and the churches need men
Thes* LEGION INSI ALLS
who responded with appropriate ami
well received talk* were. Dr Edwin i
Rose, Prof. Harold Tuttle. Peter Ad
The recently elected officer* of
ants, H A. t'hilds. .1 h Foote an l Columbia Post 42. American Legion
Mr*. Thomas Ishisler
wore Installed Monday night at a
nice ng of the Legion which was at
tended by 3 5 members. Waldeu Dil-
rd was installed a*
ANSWERS LAS CALI Harr)
Kuttz. vice commander: Wll-
. nt Russell, adjutant; J P. Clancy,
Adam Barr died at hi* home in
a plain and James Baker, htstorlau.
t’ lalskanie on New V e e r’s night
Curing this year Columbia Po*l
11:55 o'clock, death being due !.• plans to give a series of entertain
hi* advanced age
He was v \ ,ir- ment* the first of which will he a
I month ami 9 day* of age at the s ticker and will be held in the near
time o f his death.
Adam Harr w.,- futuie
A campaign for membership
borirvin 1835 in Gochen. Ohio
lie i- alto to he inaugurated and tho o f
crossed the plain* in 1853 with hi ; ficers of the post hope to see the
parent* settling in the t’ latskani" membership roll increased to not
valley where he has lived rontin le < than 100 this year
He made several trip* membership is about «0
across the plains returning at one
time hy water around Gape Horn 11*
was married In 1865 In Ohio to Mi* PAREN r-TEACHERS
horn to this union, Mr* Lucretla
Ulce. deceased; John A
t'lstskanle; Mary Seffert. o f Deer I- held a meeting at the school house on
land; William j Harr, o f t'latsk t Wednesday afternoon.
tile, and James A. Harr, o f t'latsk.i Ishisler, president of the association,
tw > presided at the meeting
survive, also and instructive talk* were made by
two brothers. William Harr and J*-
Dr I. (I Ross, Dr Edwin Ross aud
Harr o f f ! a t * k » n i e
Martin White It was decided to con-
were held In the Pioneer Method
t'n u« the program outlined by th )
church. January 3. Rev Ebert offt
Parent-Tc chera’ asst elation to Tur
in h milk to tho many pupils of the
school who apparently needed such
Sale* o f gasoline in Oregon durine nourishment.
the month o f November. 1921. ex
After the business session the la
reeded those of the seme month a dies o f tho association served re
year ago hy 70,41« gallons, accord freshments to the 100 persons pre
ing to a statement comoiled hy Sam ent.
A Kozer, secretary of «• :'•' Distil
late »ale* showed an Increase of 70.
St Helens vs. Forest Grove. Sat
, urday night— basketball.