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f H K ST. H E L E N S MIST, F R ID A Y . F E B R U A R ^
PAG E T W O
A dentist is planning on locating PU B LIC HE A L L '1
N U K SLS ELI * )R I
In Vernon la.
The Young People's Alltunc held
ns monthly meeting at the home of
H M Condlt, Friday. February 1. pubi
There is to be a new addition to repp
the Vernon la church to house the A h » '
>n i»i“ l
Young People's Bible class
Several teams have been hauling the
grain and feed from Timber to Her ron.
Vi c s. .ppoos.' Lumber Co. is shut gerson Bros, and f It Throop
down for repairs.
T. R Throop is erecting a new lem *
Dolly Adams who has been ill. •» building oti his lol lu ViinoMa
John Ou ni ni
improved but not able to attend
There will tie u dr.nee at \ernonia gèi
s. bool yet
hall, February 22
1 . is rumored thut a new sawmill
V new barber shop has been m foil ** >
is io local- in this community.
stalled lu the front department of
! the " l>«U,l,H
Fred Kammeyer and his sou Hen the Rose Theatre.
mm ‘d aw-‘ >
ry are dealing land getting read'
Harry Christensen's baby " ho was . school. 1 *■1 *
three days' old, died February 1-’ line « '»>•" " ’’
Ella k.imn’ ng who lias been work-
Mr and Mrs. North and son. I ran
in a in Pori land is now- slaying at 1 cis, are among those suffering from viewed
The South Scappoose school gave i Mrs Madge Rogers, teacher ..t tli (M
a program on Washington's birth - 1 'pleasant lllll school, has been ill the the' would » tien »••<’ "
past week. Pearl Rogers has been
The surveyors are setting grade substituting for her
si. k.s for the Scappoose
 p Lane's brother of Ohio has
eturned from the east to help Mr
Annie Lange is ill in Portland Lane carry on the business of Ins
Mr. aud Mrs, Lange went to Port
Mrs. S V. Malmsten Is very ill
, with sciatic rheumatism
Mr and Mrs Hahn. Esther and
Messrs Earl and Edwin Condlt
Willie motored to Portland for the iirve arrived home ufter attendin';
school in Portland
Most of those who have received months.
their tax statements report them .
somewhat higher than last year
A Valentine party was given l>>
the s c ior class of the Verilonla high
school. Friday. A large crowd attend
-d and everyone reportedu good time
O. A Erickson of Erickson &: Lund
Elbert Kelly, a sophomore. Is out
le't last Thursday ou a business trip
to Los Gatos and San Francisco, M school with Influenza
_Courteor. > Service
Vernonia will have Its first try a
i alifornia. He will investigate the
debate this year, February 24 with
potato shipping business while on the
Adrian Lester who tins been absent
The Swedish Baptist pulpit was
filled for a couple of evening services the past week lias returned to school
Miss Gertrude Hall will accom
bv a visiting minister from Puyallup.
panv the negative debating team on
Bl I I iR & HACkfTT
Preparations are already under the r trip to —
lillomook ‘ February 23
O r rt f
ay by the local vegetable growers und,24
for planting their market ground to
now attending school in Beaverton
supply St. Helens and other points
spent the w.ek e I with home f.<lk__
the coming season.
Edmund Harms and family who ,
have been spending several months
in Los Angeles returned last week.
Kirk Farr, brother of John Karr,
who lias been spending a few week«
here returned to his home at Con
don last week.
Floyd Duncan aud Louis Grewell
who have been in Lee Angeles dur
ing the winter are expected horn--
J U S T A R E M l INDER...
OVER THE C O U N T Y
Sl'AFPOOSK. Ore. Feb. -•>
, Special :o l'..c » l » ,_
Price who lefl ou :> uioior trip for
California will» her th:e. e.m- »»*»>■
Lloyd aud Walt» are uow eujo,.nK
sunshine in Lu> Augeko and p .1
going lo ¡>un liiogo.
The Wiketrom Logging » ■’ ;,r
logging this week and e\poc. to s 1 ’
the mill ui a few days.
Mr and Mrs. William < amp he. I
spent Sunday in Portland with their
sou Arthur and wife.
The Billo family motored out
from Portland and were callers at
the Getchell co ; ge.
At the basketball game ou h riday
evening the St. Helens high ,ideated
Scappoose both the giris and bo>s
The school held a patriotic pro
gram the 22nd.
Mrs. Saudstrom entertain ad Sun
day Mayor Hoveu and family from
(toble, her brother Mowat Bingham.
Mr. and Mrs. Arche Duncan of St.
Inez Wikstrom and Lucy Smith at
tended the state t E. convention,
at Salem. Friday, aSturday and Sun
Mrs. U. L Shrieve and family ar
rived from Minaui. Oregon, this
•week and located In the Tish cottage
Mr. Shrieve is working in the bank.
Miss Ruby Tipton entertained on
Saturday evening ior her father and
mother from Hlksboro and Mr.
Brainard and brother, of Portland.
The decorations and favors were in
keeping with the holiday spirit.
Mrs. Bessmer entertained with a
luncheon Wednesday and hud for her
guests. Mrs Albert Johns.m. Mrs
Loren Johnson, Miss Gladys John
son and on Sunday. Mr. and Mr-
MacDonald. Mr. aud Mrs. Niblock
were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Community Church: Sunday school
at 10:15 a. m.. morning service at
11a. nr.. C. E. at 0:45 p. m.. eve
ning service at 7:45 p. m., with Mr.
Bond in the pulpit morning aud eve
Roland Frith, an accomplished
musician of Portland, gave several
musical numbers during las, Sunday
evening service, which were enj yed
Scappoose was well represented at
the annual roll call of Avon lodg"
Knights of Pythias at St Helens on
Tuesday evening, about twenty mem
ters going from here. All of them
report a very pleasant session of th>
lodge at this annual event and speak
in the highest terms of the chicken
dinner which was served by the
SACRED CONCERT — Beautiful
music by the old masters to be sung
at the Catholic Church, St. Helens,
hv a company ot Portland soloists,
under direction of Mine. Catherine
Covach-Fredericks. Sunday. Feb. lit!
at 3:0(1 ¡i m. Admission 50c.
HI lli Iru« o
College Girl Corsets
tary market insures the proper Inn'll'*’ ', "t t. e mea
will be satisfic
Buy your meats from us an i \
both as to Quality and Price
OUR P O L IC Y
W E H A V E T H E K IN D OR Si
Clover Seed, Grass Seed, Timothy
• Seed, Beet Seed, Kn^lish Rye
Grass, Field Corn,
and a variety of G ARD EN SEED
R. Constantin, Plumber & Heating Expert Engineer
Bulk Seeds are Cheaper
We now have Velvets,
Axminsters, Brussels and
IN S P E C T
S TO C K
o'. nr-*»', r x m m
M . Æ. H O S 8
St. Helens, Oregon
W e have just received a nice assortment of these ar-
ti, les i wearing apparel.
All sizes and in everal dif
I Viced at 7.5c and 85c
Gingham House Aprons
W e have
t nice assortment of Gingham House
they .ire well made and come in an assort
ment of tasty patterns.
Priced From $1.25 I p
thcr items of
api irei it
! re i :* tion* over former price*.
E. M. H E L O N
ST H E L E N S . O R E G O N
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W e Are Alive
I » the financial Inter*
man. «roman anil rlillil
our privilege 1» sarvi-
,*ra It *
sell you an
quantity you desire. The difference in th- ¡.me
bulk seed and the package is consider. ,
W e have recently installed a number of display racks
which will enable us to not only show rugs in better
shape, hut to carry a better assortment of all kinds
and some ot the better grades which we were unable
to carry at all with the conveniences we had before.
Ladies* Bloomers and Waists
All of the above we carry in bulk an
Rugs! Rugs! Rugs!
Priced Reasonably—$2 to $7
Is our business and our years of experience assures you of
only expert work and at reasonable prices. W e have a
complete line of Bath Room Supplies.
St. Helens- Oregon
m , ; ,,/c and several styles. Satisfaction .. i ir.inteed.
I For the Farm or
I i t- t- t r cts arc as good as the best. W c have them
i eleplb >nr
St. Helens, Ore ■
Expert Auto Mechanics
W e will save you money on -r ccr;
furnish you with the best in qualu;, We h *ndlt in
spected meats and our refrigcr itin . r n* ur . »m:
Harms Bros, Garage
To The Public
VV-. etc .«Rents for the Philadelphia Hat-
Expert service- W e start l .ilky
„„.tors and atop the cause.
Palm Oasis ♦ Buill to Fit and Fit Right
Have ns. look over your starting sy
tli.it your battery is not blamed foi Hying
n an empty stomach.
Prof. Higbee has more fun with
bis car than many others. Some
times it goes, sometimes it don’t.
Owing to the professor's inability to
use profane language he does not
sometimes enjoy the situation as can
be attested by Curtis Cooper
Mrs. Mary Steffens, mother of
Mrs \V. G. Y'oung. Mis. John Kail-
berg and Mrs. Mary Johnson, died a
week ago last Thursday and was bu.
led frem the Swedish Lutheran
i church on Sunday. Sho van born in
Wikby. Finland October 30, 1X41
and was 80 years of age. She live 1
in Warren 21 years end leaves many
Mrs. Louisa Huzen is confined to
her bed with the popular epidemic.
The road district has been sup
plied with a new road grader and is
being used to level the roads after
the winter’s travel.
SACRED CONCERT — Beautiful
(Submitled by llie Pupils of South music by the old masters to he sung
at the Catholic Church, St. Helens,
Rudolph Fitz who has been ill is by a company of Portland soloists,
under direction of Mme. Catherine
sli wly recovering.
The South Scappoose school had Covach-Fredericks, Sunday, Feb. 26.
a Valentine box the 14th of Febru at 3:00 p. ni. Admission 50c.
ary and every one had a good time.
V E P N O N IA
The Kilworth family has been very-
ill but is convalescing now.
VERNOMA, Ore.. Feb. 23.— (Spe
< urt Rooming had the misfortune cial to The Mist.)— A wireless tele
to saw his finger almost off while phone is to be Installed in the Rose
using a gasoline wood saw.
The theatre. By the aid of a loud speak
<Jn-»or does not know whether he er the audience will be able to hear
wtl! be able to ave the finger or not. music from Oakland California.
Co.il become» ashes, but it give* heat A
>. k runs down, but it keep» time. Your
battery crank» that heavy car (try ,t)(
, lit . your way. rarely rests», it works while
n eats, and vice versa.
W e have made our election of seed
, . rdir
advice of County A:;cnt Holibaugh f-.r crops a 4pted
to this soil and climate. No haphazard guc-.-, wi»l
as to the seed supply.
W e Realize
Hint each client ts > I *n#r
ua In this growing I«"'* for
solimi financial bull'll
monna sound growth
This is spraying time and we have laid tn 3 supply of
spraying material such as is recoinn lender! by
cessful fruit growers and orchardists We c ¿an prompt
ly fill your wants. Phone or write us
We Invite You
to «h a r « this pariu'-rslm tl’ m'Lts
»«■ arc hr-r«* to serve your ‘n**
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Ob M A I » ■•«MIMIC
A Wilson. Pres.
Albert D. Ridgeway. VtcePr*
K. E. Wist, Cashier
F ra n k W ilkin
Office and Warehouse on Sheldon D m , k, p|,
Building Supplies. Feed Hay and Gr. am
•l'*i«l Mini Mar pi « • ( . i o . ikmi
United M a i » "
Safe Deposit Boxe» for Rent
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