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About St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 17, 1922)
T H E ST. H E L E N S M IST. T K IP A V . H
» placo from A. I». l’arki-r ami
Intending to livo there
Miss llllila Wehster who 11 ■ 1 .
attending the Holirke Walk ' bust
liens college in 'iirtliind returned to
her home here February
OVER THE COUNTY
had intimated that a successful dance
could be iteld at Warren he wa<
looked on with askance hut now tw<
Louis Snider lias just sold one of
his prize Holstein heifers for $400
ihe animal was only a two-year-old
and the fancy price speaks well for
Mr. Snider's herd. The auiinul was
sold to the former owner of many of
the animals that now go to make up
the Carnation herd and had (o stand
high iu points for her new owner to
consider her purchase.
Joint Josephson has sold to Peter
Serafín of Treuholm a first class
Ills mother, Moliie
Segis Clarinda 2nd, was first and
grand champion at the 1920 county
Mr. Serafiu now has 25 head
S. W. Dulhgren who has been ill
for some lime is rapidly convalesc
T. E. Grewell. newly
road boss, is busy with his new grad
in the roads.
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J t„ attend tIII
; heekeepiug u '"
' -ne tingi atid brin» * vjm'sl Uni In»*
and ijueillou* L '1' lh*
The program at presoul I»
nut A K eMservo » 1,1
jtulk eu , a mb nHney Production
small producer. Friday •'»>-
j fin the "
ai Professar Si alien, of o.<-
gun Wi ll uliur.ll coli te, has COM
¡enteil io deliver a leeture on •Col
my Organisation sn urUl ink anil In
Saturday iwoliing «I •
se - ions
lai .n up at 1 e
s will b-
St linei New*
Mrs Kuy, teacher if the primar'
first and second grades, is baci. Lain
after an illness of half a week, re
Lulling from a swing striking her
The V H ■ lMskeili.il! team is
practicing at the Pleasant Hill gym
Adrian Lester bus been absent
from school for the past week
The debute team met at the home
i.f Last Weed Wednes.la > n i -.
The senior class of the \ emonia alinomi d le
ill b*> on
high sehiKil g:-ve u splendid literary)
*. full III"
program Frill-'v afternoon i-'eti In. ,)ls
at hte meeting of the Delphine l.ti , m, ,
;s of i
should I of sp ital
The botany class lias I» "it having ) small ! k I"'1
an interesting time muki g esperi
in sm .milling e
ments during tlie past week
torniti-.' are • -p< dally Invit
The senior class gave « Valentin' tend is Hu-e i ■ d in g s will
party Friday evening. February 1«. •
at the Vernonln high school build keeping, tnd ari the be inning
turullo ■al cou .0 Willi
ing for the members of the hlgn j gene;
school and the young people of \>r to 1)
nonta and vicinity. A pleasant time association in ‘ effort
was spent in playing gaes
better la ekeepll g umin
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8CAPPOOSE. o r e .
ic* pei-tu! to The Mist
Mr. iiul Mis.
XcQulnn s»>eut the week end in Van
couver, W . ahmgtou. visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Kruuk Kadow.
Mrs. Martha -darttn and daughter
came from Bolter, Oregon, last wees
and will keep house ior Mr. Love-
Joe Kelly of St. Helens has rent
ed ihe i t i l 1 MoKaj house on the
ranch and moved this week.
The Ladles Aid met with Mrs.
MacDonald Thursday. Work was on
lined for the year after which the
hostess served colfee and delicious
cake. I h e rext meeting is with Mrs
Much interest was shown iu the
volley hall games last Thursday eve
ning between tit. Helens and our own
teams The local girls won from the
visiting team two games out of three
SH OR T COURSE
and likewise the home team won
three oui 'Of five iu the men's con-
IN B E E K E E P IN G
.Ur. a.id Mrs. Fizer, tuee Stella
P E E R IS L A N D
Bennett ) o f seaside have welcomed
DEEK ISLAND, Ore., Feb. 16.— keeping will be given under the an
a son in their home.
and spices of the Multnomah County Bee
The high school held a very suc i Special to The Mist.)-— Mr.
Mrs. Johnson of Warren and Mrs. keepers’ association February 2 4 ami
cessful Valentine party Monday nigh'
Mclutire of St. Helens were Sunday 25. in room 612. Oregon building
iu the auditorium.
Fifth and Oak streets, Portland, Ore
In a spelling contest between the callers at the Homer Stewart home.
Mr. and Mrs. Jüdisch, Mrs. Miller
Members of the Wultnoiu 1 a .•
third, and fourth
grade and Mrs Pritchard motored to Port - 1 ctr.tlon will he in attendant-.- from 9
¡ o ’clock a m.. to 9 o’clock p m . each
member, won first prize and Gladys land Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Clark and Mrs. : day. and ull people interested
Johnson, third grade, won second
A. Adams were Portland visitors on — —
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Aunt Chloe wishes to announce
Frank Daly was a Portland visitor
dat Plantation Supper will be all
ready for youse all iuout's at ti o'clock Tuesday.
Darrel Stewart and Bon Enyart
sharp. Wednesday, February 22 and
have a contract to set out the fire
you waut to be there.
F It. Beal of Tillamook, who re wood for the cook house and buak
cently sold his herd to the Carnation houses of the Deer Island Logging
people for $50.01)0. was iu Columbia
.Mrs. Chris Xaegeli was called to
county buying cattle. He purchased
two head of Holsteins from the Wist Portland last Thursday to see tier
brothers and two head from Lewis brother. Ben Brugger who was ser
iously injured in a landslide on the
In the play shed Friday evening highway near Troutdale. A large rock
St. Helens high will play Scappoose crashed th-ough the top of the truck
basketball— both the boys and girls he was driving striking him on the
l ead and rendering him unconscious.
Daisy Wikstrom left for Eugene Only the fact tiiat another man was
Tuesday to attend the funeral of her in tiie seal with him to take the I
wheel immediately saved the acci
Corumuniv church: Sunday school dent from being fatal. Mr. Brugger
at 10:15 a m
morning service at, ; is slowly recovering in a Portland
They »pi«* .il to «Mir s< mpallii*-«
si uni sufi*
"Tute the live
ventent of the
vve ieau — others follow — in
< v'si'iiig Gladys Garrison and in
Special Prices for 1922
cldentiy .had a fine time
Tc e r r e a m
ic e crea m beda ................10c
U ru ia a d
. i Plain S o d a s ....................... 5c
dinner The guests included Mr. and
Mrs. Dana Frame and Hugh Adams Orange C r u s h ..................... 5c
of St. Helens.
Coco Cola ...........................5c
the entire family o f Ja • v' l u e r ............................................. 5'- |<
re ill with grippe
*- s................... 5c ,
Soda in *-----
b o ttle
Th>-re are numerous cases of thr
grippe in the vicinity.
Kilworth family are ill
Mrs. New Fruit Su ndaes.....................I 5t
ton is slowly recovering after a spe||
Mrs. Cougauaut of California is P'ruit & Nut S u n d a es....... 20c
visiting her sister Mrs. Allen this Milk Shake ........................20i
W A R R E N . Ore.. Feb. 1 6 — (Spec
ial to The M is t.)— A very disagree
able a::d painful epidemic la covering
Hardly a family but
has been afflicted and It serves all
It much resembles the old
fashioned ‘ 'epizootic" which was so
prevalent 25 years ago
steady rold weather is blamed for
Grape & Loganberry Juice 15c ;«
Root Beer .............. 5c or 10c
Weinhard Columbia .......... 15c
S ch litz................................ i 5c
...................... i 5c <
Evans Ale ......................... 15:
B e v o .................................. 25c
i ' " ' ' ' Club
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tiig c r m
e . . .¿3C
A ' attend'd
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held on the farm of P i Jacob-,,o
last 1- (day. An Interesting program
was carried out and much inform
tion impaired to the onlookers.
Warren’s social sets are vie-ng
with each other to furnish first ela
entertainment to fhp younger clash
BUTLER A HACKETT
es and two d a n o e * were given, one in Scappoose,
each of the halls last Saturday eve
A year or so ago if anyone
h o l id a y
use ft when
Governor IHcotl Issued a proda-
iarda) tie. luring Monday
h gal i,,.Mila' following Lin coln 'i
i which was Sunday
public offlc«'» were closed
11 ,,. i liiHil appropriate e*er
,.r,. iu !d commemorating the
f the marly rud president
G iv e (Is
uppo o ii makes any dlf-
e u ,* Miitilil like to know
voine of tlie war between
If li u ycur
I’ t l M s ,
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If > om UUtkf
J. W. A K I N
( Succrsaor to D. J. Switzer)
St. Helens. Oregon-
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$19.75 and up
i v r . t r t o 11» m 45 P
EVenin‘ r M rsU s. V. Leach o f Kelso is visit-1
At the meeting of the American iuS at the L. ^ Leact! 1fOI? e. ^ e,r f ' .
Tlie girls sewing club held their
Legion Friday night they completed
the organization by electing the fol first social meeting of the year at
Post commander, ihe home of Mrs. S. B. Shafer last
A. K. Dorris; vice post commander, Thursday. A pleasant program was
James C. Johnson, Jr.; post adjutant, enjoyed, also refreshments.
S. B. Shafer purchased a
Wm. Luebke; finance adjutant, Win.
Luebke; chaplain, James K. Boyd. Chevrolet truck in Portland
In accordance with the rules of the ''¡eek-
He will use it to deliver in
national department is was voted to Fortland the certified milk or which
change the name of the post from ^ e f loverhill farm is so we!l known.
Carl G. Helmuller Post to Scappoose i The pruning demonstration given
Post No. 109. The post is starting « the Naege 1 orchard was no very
o f f with a membership of 34 and bids *«11 attended due very likely to the
fair to be one of the best small posts lact that
haven t made orcharn-
iu the state.
A supper and enter-
our mam business in this sec-
tainment will be put on by the mem- t“ >n. Those who attended gained
Lers. March 11th when Columbia , many profitable Ideas.
County Pos-t No. 42 from 9t. Helens'
Mrs ,*• • A - Colvin attended the
will be invited to attend
I teachers institute at St. Helens on
The Ladies’ Glee club from Wil- Saturday
Miss Ruth Hunter of the
lamette University was more
1 ¡»naan district was also in attend-
pleasing with their concert Tuesdav j ance.
U D 'D W n M T A
ed and -he club will alway find a
V m K IN tJ iN iA
welcome when they come again The
V E R N O N IA , Ore.. Feb. 16.— (Spe-
high school presented Miss Blatch- ctal to The Mist. ,— One contract a f - !
ford with flowers.
. ter another is being copleted on the
At the special meeting or the coun railroad.
which has I
col February 9th the contract tor ,-aused so much trouble is completed ,
building the water system for tlie -pj,e juyjng of rails througii Vernonia
city was awarded to Parker-Schram ¡s expected to start soon,
The Vernonia road supervisor lias
m o patiently waiting for an oppor
very good example in completing the tunity to run the road grader over J
the - ad to ..ii m ihe ruts. i,.tt since ▼
The rest want to get busy and do the opportunity has not prevailed he
stopped waiting and began grading
Mrs. Boster entertained with a anyway.
H. M. Condit and A. L. |
Friday evening Parker are running the grader
Guests for three tables were present
Miss Emma Walker returned from ,
Mr. and Mrs.
Wikstrom Portland Friday where she had some
w-ere given a surprise party Saturday dental work done,
The Vernonia Evangelical church
walked iu on them.
will soon begin to build a new addi
Mrs. R. J Frakes is slowly reeov- tlon for the Sunday school primary
ering front a severe spell of the crip, room
having been confined to the house 1 Alvan Gray has recently purchased I
for six weeks.
Our dairy league held a meeting
Tuesday evening to straighten out
the dairy league business.
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Mrs Martin had for guests last
week her mother. Mrs. Smith of
Portland and brother, Roy Brunner
Mr- E E. Wist and Miss Ruby
in lin e ,
Genuine Oak Tables
MON PA Y W A S A
i P rices Slashed
W e have made a hi# reduction on prices of many ar
ticles of merchandise in our store. The prices on
Shoes- Underwear and W earing Apparel have : ecn
A ht^ reduction in the price of Footwear for nun and
women. All Leather Shoes and Kuhber Footwear
at from $1.00 to $12.00. The l»«st of makes ind in
O T H E R D IN IN G T A B L E S AS L O W
TIRE PRICES REDUCED
Sold Oak Chairs to Match $4.65 and up
Look over these prices on Tires and Tubes. They
ire well known makes and guaranteed to give satis
Other Chairs as low as $1.75
3 2x3 4 Tlrcn
! 2xl Tlrcn . .
3 4x4 Tire*
M e iV .
St. Helens, Oregon
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» 1.1 HA
$ 16 50
$ l K 9o
S0*S Tub«'» . . . .
30*3 4 Tul*-'» , . .
32*3 4 Tube»
•11x4 T u b e» .
33x4 Tub«», gray
34*4 Tubes gray
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I! intlreds of other bargains. Sale commences Satur
day, Pehruary 18 and ends Saturday, Februar. 25.
H< ar <n th-isc hundreds who will save money at
It Always Pays to
Trade at Roy’s l
It does not matter how much we argue or explain
remains— Y O U
R O Y S.
If you will
read the prices quoted below and compare then
with the regular prices of other stores you will he
D A YS
Flour has advanced- hut not with us-
Del Monte Flour
Drifted Snow Flour
Crown Flour ............
Fisher’s Blend Flour
3 lbs. Cal. Small White Beans
3 lbs. Pop C o m .........
3 lbs. Split P e a s ..........
Bulk Cocoa, per pound
O- V. B. Coffee, our very best vacuum
packed, per pound ..................
(Y o u will be delighted with this excellent coffee'
1 ry a can and be convinced.)
Our Garden and Flower Seed Box has arrive«! and
they are now on display.
I ie good things of this world ha»re been planned
lor- ^niggled for.
There is no easy 1 -id
1 he plums are few— the prunes many
Nothing will insure the success of your | ms
> certainly ,is ,1 well-formed saving habit n
account at the bank, no matter how small, is an ;n-
u 11,1/c ,,J Anther saving.
There is a satisfaction in
• ••Hi u i,; your account grow, because it will in tiui*
*,c 1,1 ’ enouK*> to secure for you the things you have
’’1 *’1" ‘< ' *‘>r
Dour hank is a good hank for you.
N4 ’A I ’ P f M tMK
About time to begin planning tor tha, garden, inn-,
Let ua furnish you with dependable seed
s A - Wilvzn, Kres.
Albert D. Ridgeway, Vice Pro».
E. E. Wist, Cashier
R O T ’S
The Monay Saving Grocer’
W e Deliver
«" I Sarpt*» c.ui.tHMl
Inlti-il hi aim D*|»o»ii"rT
Safe Depo.it Boxes for Rent
r I . r
<-nt In ls riw l on T lm n Dnpoatta.