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About St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1922)
T H E ST
PAGE T W O
OVER THE COUNTY
DEER IS LA N D
SC A PP O O S K
SCAPPOO o E. o r«.. J i t
attended -.he fo u n t
of the ataiera association at
tn*>mah botsl SatafiU ) ¿ iu r t 'i t
Mr». Beeamer ester a-nvd in
or of fier daughter. Mer.e *• - *
were. Marg^e.-te - i- l Bur. ' — • -
scapjKtoee and George Re; tt >‘Os or
The regular co — ... n t^ A tg »■'-
n«id M.-ndajr n igal ana :-e r' 6 - * r
rout.ue of busih■--»*
ilr ». Buanmat. 1» at Great-;»- ■ »-
ing Care ol Mr». W. L. <u~* <e, a
Marts Wasdermost. « n o .» reio
«rin g from an operation.
Mr. and Mrs. Newton Perr> -pen'
aaturday and oanbay wun M-.- •
W rits and fam-ly.
t_ Suren Nouce. Sunday » c
1# a. m., morn.ng w jr*m i> -t . . -
m c. L at * . 4 - p. m . even.ng **.•
»loe i.4 a . KeT. A. Bond wiii occupy
tne puipit morning and evening.
Tne town d m reee.vc a .o il w—»v
.n a wn-.e and tne .-teat ex., i—*----
waa tne m -rriage of r'rana A -i-— •
w den on Monday ne and Mrs Anna
P.i*^ades of Aiain— *n r a.*» wen.
\ anoouver and w e'e married
wore property serenaded oy frier*-
at tneir -om e Sere Monday n.g..
Now, tne an citing s.de of it •* ----
none of me gir.a nere anew -e a -
m the m .tr.n oLiai market.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Price enter
tained a-nda: -nd —ad for ¿tie» -
Mr. and Mr». Kojr Pr.ce and ue.r-.
Lioyd Price, M.»a McNoui-on. Rev.
A. J. bond, Mr. and Mr*, nenry Co»-
In spite of the coid and »torn...
.wealner our hu.iding activities a.e
kept go.ng Mr. i.atncarl .s idaing
two attractive room» to ms dwelling
Mr. Kruger purenased a tot and
completed a garage lo accomt-oua c
n.s nus and sma.ler u ra
Mrs. Harkness came m from Port
land Tnurwday and slaved wun ner
slater, Neva b o jie until aunday e v - -
The BUlo family and Mrs. Com-
misky Sondayed at tne Geu.n'-w cot
tage taking Mrs. Getcheli home wi.h
tnem for tne week.
Ur. Lester, wno is at present lo
cated in Portland v. as visiting t..-
Wikstrom fam ily Monday
TSe Sign school baaketb-Ul team
journeyed to Beaverton Pride y n .g-
and but nine boys and girls were de
feated by ihe Benverton teams.
A moving picture and lecture wa-
given in m e school Monday n.gn
under the direction of the uregou
Hygiene Society and was well attend
Mrs. Sandstrom. M.»s Vivian Sand-
strom, Mrs. M yrtie Aiken were sun
day guests of Mrs CTonmger.
Mrs. Bacon of Warren has been 111
the past week at tne home of ner
daughter, Mrs. Robert McKay.
The annual business meeting oi
the Ladies Aid was heid at tne nuine
o f Mrs. U. W . Price last Thursua;-
and the follow ing officers electee
fur the ensuing year: Mrs. Pr.ce wa
re fle c te d president; Mr» MacDon
ald, vice president, Mrs. Anna Praia*:
secretary, Mrs. Kilworth, treasurer.
Mrs. Dana Morgan, cnaplain. Afte.
the business meeting and during the
social hour Mrs.
Price served a
dainty and appetiz.ng lunen whicn
was enjoyed by all.
David Wilson looks very natural
at his place in the bank this week
A fter an absence of several month-
we are glad to welcome him back
E. E Wist, cashier of the P lr»
National bank is among those on our
sick .1st this week and is confined
lo the bouse with rheumatism in .n
ankle and foot.
Mrs. Gerlach is
suffering with -bceseed tonsils, Roy
Freeman is home with a bad ci.se of
tonailitis, Alma Scudder is su ffer
ing with quinsy, Ambier Nibioca has
a stubborn case of blood poisoning
W. Schultz, our successful trappe
caught a fine otter in Scappoose
creek. The animal measured »2 inch
es and one o f the finest ever caught
in this vicinity.
Mr. Berg went to California last
week to see bis son who is very -1L
DE ER ISLAND. Ore.. Jan l » —
>pe* u l to ■ -*i« Mist. *— M r. and
- B. B r.g g -ra n d sen Emcst Mrs
!• .-rrt «i. : Mrs J Sulier ut Port-
»nd vi ted Mr and Mn» C. Naegell
Mr and Mrs Frank M Donald and
■•••m -? c o t.v-'d to Portland Satur-
Mrs Galloway Mr and
and Mrs M c lc y r e al! of
i i i:-»d -t the Homer St«*-
Iapp r- >n.
er- Pc. i-nd visitor« Sat-
Mr- R H. W o lff and Dan-
I'urtland visito's Saturday
with Mrs. Albert Adam-*
Karcev and family have
- a f: rm near Yrckton
id Mrs R J Say rea who
•n 1 :v ::e at
»lo v e r
e»l to St. H<-len.» Monday
a Pr.quette is again work-
rer.xn for tilt- D*- r Is'ar.d
Co. Mrs P itju ett» is in n
’- ■ " f it 1 reto ver-.g frem
fects o f an automobile accident.
Among thus»* who n r de businev*
t r i; » ’ o Portland during the week
w r*> Frank I»-, ly. D arr.ll Stewart
and R. H. Wolff
M-s Mar on Rew er *-p"nt the week
f-nd with relatives at Kerry
Health crusade work is progress-
ng nicely in the school, although the
teachers are hopine fo r even better
raraKa :*. t i t future
In the ad-
\ n***d trades twelve crusaders have
msh*d the *en weeks' course and
-ecured their knight" buttons The
■ r g nr*l enrollment was twenty Fol
H E L E N S MIST. '
4 large portion i
T w o uew coui
- ..ken up by I he | V e r » « « la high ach.s.i
was followe-1 by ; 1er Solid geometry • ^ III t„
bv Wm K elly , „ , 1 ,
- . n
p ori'd by all
he teught by Miss HoUa
hs putting In ell her
hoir pr»< I
• I at
u t Mr o r * it Tuesday evening I ring f..r it
| The high school
¡ tin n«** rliurrh * ■Titan • hirh •
pun h*Md by th#» ^ P V »U h the greatly decreased since t«,
' I '«f 1 he yeer. 1 pup. .
rrvr.l January »th
The but now we enn only
, , " n g people are hard at work on » j
The leave, have t » fu , "
,.r, . , t. rei lete.l January Ï0 The w-mecter eiam are ot%f
.. ,-'lUrch at :
A cor- Vermont« high ach-e.l puWI# , ; i
III * In 'll their spar- t«
d 'I mvltatloi
! for them
.■itati toe Januar
,,f the e'eulng
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ <
to Hake and Save
W e are offering you this opportunity to save mon
ey on seasonable articles— things you really neet*
this time of the year.
Cold Weather Comforts
Men s Wool Overcoats, good material, fine
workmanship, at from
$15.00 to SJS.00
Columbia Dairy |
and Delicatessen ♦
For Saturday Only We Offer
20 lbs. Granulated Sugar . SI.00
Hallberg’s L’nique Hams, lb. 30c
F^ure Bulk l-ard. per lb. . . 15c
Bring your pail and have it filled
Free and promtt delivery
Heavy Wool Sox. cold weather comfort fur
the feet- per pair
Wool Underwear, W'ool Shirts, Blankets. Com
forts at Reduced Prices.
Special on Mackinaw»
foods at a reasonable cost.
Erompt attention given to
all special orders for C A K ES.
LIE S S A L A D S , etc.
Our dairy is equipped to
-apply your needs. Whipping
Cream can be obtained at ail
times, as well as Buttermilk
and Cottage Cheese
Our Whole Milk is appre
ciated by those who use it. W t
solicit your patronage for dc-
iivering Milk at your home at
11 cents per quart.
St. Helens, Ore
r iltiM .
Our Cold Weather Comfort Price for these
$18 00 Mackinaws is o n l y ...............
Bargains on Extra Heavy W ork Shoes, values
up to $8 00— special
Many other articles of our large stock are pro
ST. HELENS, OREGON
C O L U M B IA D A IR Y
W e have a numi er of fine All W ool Mackinaw«,
not a shoddy or shelf-worn garment in the lot
They should retail at $18 00 anti cost us more :han
the price we are asking for them
18 S T O R E S
: Columbia River Meal Co.
C. R. Hallberg, Proprietor
Phone No. 80
St. Helens. Oregon
V IO LE N T
S H O C K S A T O N E T IM E .
After a political defeat- Abe Lincoln once said
W A I.R E N , O re, Jan. 1».— tab**
cial to The M u .) — Mrs J-ck Dua;
of Portland spent a couple of dag*
with Mrs. Porter Loomis l?.st week
Ben Hazea who Las been under
the weather with la grippe s able
to he around again.
Miss Nora Larson spent several
days v.suing friends la Portland th.
Wraren i9 promts'-d an automobile
gerage and repair shop with first-
class mechanics in charge if nego
tiation* now under way can lx* car
ried out. A prominent W arrenite :
the instiga'or o f the project
Mrs. p p Hedwell has returned
*o Portland after spending severs:
J E. Norlund who spent the ho
Mays here returned to Kerry the
first of the week.
Mre. Robinson formerly of W ar
ren and of the hobinson-r xrn . r
< o . »b.ngle mill operator*,
several days calling on W a r m
Mr. and Mrs Ant .-n Jot. .son gave
a very pieasant evening's entertain
ment on Thursday evening at their
home in honor of ’ h<* fourteenth
birthday of their daughter, Ml -* B*-r-
T* * e pre*e-.' were M!»*, *. Evu
Tarhell. Ruby From » and I.urii;
Snider, and Masters Arnold Tarbell
John Far» Reginald 3nld*-r. Harr
Johnson and Harold J - -
The H H Duncan and fam ily ar>
mourning "he loss of th»ir o il t
gy horse wh rh has been a r
o f Warren for many yi--r*
old standby died last week and *
known to every Warrenite for m
It was *
over dO year« ago ar.d wa- .
the Duncan fumlly since th » ear'
V E K N O N IA
lowing is a list of tho*e who r*
\ E K N O M A, Dre . Jab
cetved knight button*
Ta< M i.i
Ti,- :* . " *•« v
I%niel W o lff Agnes Fredin, Flor via
gate a party at the '
eoce Adam* Lucille Wat*cn lr*n*
Iu>lce. Hazel Foster. M .rg.iret F -
lUv w »» arrested J*»«**ry
athenne Gardner. M s N
n »rd* u llrowu for ha»
In the primary grad-
• »t m bia posas«»*»«»
five enrolled and three have fini*
-.chu- er. the prsald tig el Jer
-d the ten me.k*
teal Aft'OClaàMiâU. !*•««
Loyd. W alter Loyd Fred Cos
url> c c>uftT«UcA At
Three pupils of the Deer Islan
burch. gAtard gr
school took the state examlr.at
ry 7 ah a ^
Catherine Gardner -*u
■n * hu dam b«*n ?«*r)
eeafully passed the eighth grade r*
||i( « ft* k to
ceivtag a general average of »
;e r cent. Her graduation leaves b
U*A Aüd faailiy hAV
four eight grade student«
. : vft pi t « to
«'ok and Ida Leach secured gra
*f »1 and » « . respectively, in ph>-
a from which
Mr* Fred colvm received a t
gram Tuesday announcing the ar
rival of a small »on at the home
hf* Ut?a r«Nitl b«“t «•»**:
Mr and Mrs Merle Etr.er-on in
Kon« H i l l hA
Angolea, C alif M-s Emerson will
to bA cooipiet-
re mem tie red as Je**s.e McGregor
Goble and is a sister of Mr* Colv.
A M rllOQAk1 li Tory UI
Alfred Seffert Sr Is report -d i
being seriously 111 at his home. I<r
«h ile th«>
L. G Koss 1» attending him
a men hApp^n« 1 to
The D « r Island water supply »*■
id put It out.
out of oemmission several hours .*
ig and had another
Tuesday morning, the cause belio
t lie old on** had Quit
from a broken valve
A fter sever-
hours work the pump resumed op-
by teven n f -
atlons and was able to supply t;.*
ber of p U c «i
town not. however, until resid r.•
ut>ont*hin«? a a -
were aware of the old saying. "1
never mis* the water until the *
tun* dry ’•
Mrs Albert Adams w i*. n P.
land to be with her niece Mis* t .
turned who was brought to a Pi
ospital from Yakima
1-arned s condition is said to be -
Leonard DpBois. head brakei:
for the Baldwin crew of th" I»ee- I
land Logging Co had vr.e of
hands badly mashed In a wreck M
He was taken to th*1
hospital for treatment
Affords the public an oppor
Mrs I, P Jasper* Mr ar.d Mrs '
G W olfe and Mr Nightengale w .-
tunity to obtain home-cooked
it Helen* visitor» Tuesday
that he felt like a boy who had stubbed his toe.
hurt too bad to laugh
and he was too big a boy to
Sort of a serious situation.
Many a man feel-
that way after a financial tumble, too.
The best way
to avoid disaster of that sort is to keep your funds in
a goor, hank like ours and use it for making safe in
ve-,‘ ments suggested by your banker.
It is always much better to be safe than sorry
Our lank is always at your service.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ■ C A P P O O M
¡I M E — R IG H T A F T E R B R E A K F A S T S A T U R D A Y
N IN G C O N T IN U O U S L Y U N T IL
lo lle d «la te « D at-eliur;
Safe Depoait Boxe« for Rent
fu iir Per « »n » Intarcat on T in a Depoatr*
: ' r' '
/' 4 “ ln*ur*d agsinst Fire
We reprenant aererà, at the it««' of n«
See us fur In.urun«*
against s Fire I.o«e
LA T E M O N D AY E V E N IN G
ie Seismugraphic Machine recording Merchandise Temblors will shake to its !>oOts 1
agitation will be felt wherever a 20th Century Store is located — Effect is careful]J
SHOCK N U M B E R O N E
B A K IN G
S H O C K N U M B E R S IX
among neighboring grocers.
A L A S K A H E R R IN G ,
delightful fish, tall cans, 2 for
Fish lovers experience
SHOCK N U M B E R
I V O R Y S O A P , 4 bars 25c.
easy movement noticed
am u is thfl
SHOCK N U M B E R SEVEN
oHOCK N U M B E R T W O
L>OI</\,< C H IB S — large sued package
24c Result— Great excitement among
PE I I T P R U N E S - sweetest and m *t tk 1
licious ever, 4 lbs. 25c.
eaters awaken suddenly.
S H O C K N U M B E R H IG H I
F E E Topples, 1 lb. 35c; 3 lbs $1-05 I
Result—Great rush to cash free cou- fl
pons by everyone— coupons in Port- J
SHOCK NU M B E R FOUR
SHOCK N U M B E R N IN E
C R A S H L I N T O I L E T PA R E R , 3 good
S I E R L I N G R A S P B E R R Y or STRAW I
B E R R Y P R E S E R V E S , pure fruit am1 j
sugar. 15 oz. glass, 29c.
This creates almost a jam.
sized rolls 10c.
Capital and km plu» (1.10,000
M O R N IN G
Result — Prostration
noticed among competitors.
SHOCK N U M B E R FIV E
M. J. B, T E A , Ceylon and India flavor,
1 lb. packages. 43c.
tea drinkers manifest great interest.
SHOCK N U M B E R TEN
S C O K O or F L A K E W H I T E , pure vff I
etahle shortening, lb. 15c.
Mothers are violently agitated.
TOTAL RESULTS - 20th Century Shoppers Happy J
CEMRALM LOCA I ED IN THE WELLINGTON BUILDING. THE STKANO j