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T H E ST HEI ENS
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usad . oliar«#
of Knight Banneret
Mr and Mia C h a r l e s \ ant lea*-'
nlalK for Eolnuar>
and Kern visited relative# in I’ort
[tolly Adams 1 b able to he in school
Ziesman waa relurnim
from Scappoose Satur,la> the tun ■
ali Huy at »
early season planting. Those w ho are which he » u s riding slipped and tell
a full hou»' lai uri
d e e r is l a n d
10 raise vegetables for the market
are making their grounds road} and aiders himself fortuuui
p e e r ISLAND, Ore . March 2.
preparing to plant a goodly acreage caped Injury.
t Special to The Mist.»
i etu V1» tirsi, t
Many acres of berries are being sel
Lon Christianson » »
Francis Dodson anil Tillie Watson
and a unified marketing program Itor in the couimunit'
have returned to s hoot after more
will be carried out.
Bay Bhutto has given up
than a week s allness.
V eru er Hyland-r is again on dut) sition with the scuppoo».
> •'» "
vf l)ik 1*
i » or»
Mr ar.d Mrs. J Mat tin o f St.
at Erickson a . Lund s after a severe company and is Uriti.ii»-
Helens visaed at the Beaver home
attack of the general epidemic.
Mr. Kuiumeyer and
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P. P. Urewell is delivering grocer | business visitors at
Mr and Mrs Evans rnd family of
tjt " II len s moved durir.e the week to ies while O. A. Erickson is attend gday
The United Ar'.-.in
the oid. Holiday place now owned by ing to business in California.
A large crowd attended the social tegular meeting
SiMt i •
The community is feeling very re- dance given by the young people >it Several matters of inil-'i of the re Ihn
protful over i he departure of Mr. and
day and I a it day
Mrs. Phillip Shank who are moving J nisbed by Prof. Johnson o f Forth.nil. cent death of our helm hour was dis
to se '.tie : . - v week
Mr. Shank has 'form erly o f Warren. The Social clut* Anna 1-atige. the socia
M , Halst«
been time keeper for the Deer U- also hail a dance on the same eve-1 penned w ith
or high s bool, a hi
laud Logging company for some time Inlng at Erickson s hall, which was j At u business me
.1 In In
}!rs si;ai:k Is a charming young I well ettended A very enjoyable time tisan lodge, tin foil
woman and has many friends who was spent at both functions,
will miss her
s D s M b h » has completely re- death of Anna 1-atige Wolf
Mr and Mrs. L. W. I.each and I covered from his long siege of ill- Assembly has losl one of u -
members, one that in her dally 1» •
daughters Kern and Ida were Kelso ness.
visitors over the week end.
A movement is on foot to reorga- radiated cheerfulness and good will,
Mr and Mr« Homer Stewart had nize the Dairymen's league or at fundamentals of fraternal..-m.
the following callers at their home ; least that section of it that is cou- it therefore resolved, il : all ' '
i d Mrs. Cox. Mrs
tiguous to Portland. The league has ing her goodness of chui a c . r
Kutchum. Miss Cade a large amount of property in the ¡assembly's charter be draped lu
and Mrs. Mi Intire
j hands o f trustees and wish to put the | mourning for 30 »lays this resohi- j
j lion spread on the minutes and a
Tw o cars made their appearance plants in use.
copy sent to the bereaved par*'. -
in Deer Island this week. Elmer 01
I Mr and Mrs G Lange, t o g e t h e r
V E R N O N IA
sen bought a Chevrolet touring car
| with the assembly , sincere -yin
from Marion Rewey of Kerry and
VERNONIA, Ore., March 1.
A Haugernd. G C Rabin-
Korrest Cox purchased an Auburn i Special to Th<‘ M ist.)— Hie funeral | pr.thy.
¡sky, F. D. Kammeyer. committee
Beauty of Fred Lengasher.
of J Reed, aged 7 2 years, was held
— Ice Cre.im
Harold English was a Portland Sunday, February 12 at the Vernoma
S chool N otes.
The following puptls were on the
Florence Adams, Viola Daly and
Oscar Enstrom and Earl and E d 'roll of honor for February Paulin-
— Palatable 1 tinchts
Billie Shafer enjoyed a day in Port win Fondlt have returned home after Hahn, John litthn, Kva Haugerud
land last week
a fourteen weeks' business course | Ella Haugerud. W ilma Haugerud
—Rest of Goods
A number of young friends of La-
There was a birthday surprise par Frances Kowalewski. Florence l ow
velle Gaittens gave her a surprise ty on Alvin Parker. Tuesday, Feb
1 aleski, Mary Shatto, Estella Sha'1
party Saturday evening the occasion 21
Everyone reported a good time Margaret
being her eighth birthday
The new hotel across the street : Shatto.
refreshments were served and games from T h ro o p ’n store has been named
i County School Superintendent Wil-
Lavelle received many ex the "N ehalem.”
It has many mod I kersun was a welcome visitor at our
pressions of her little friends' love em conveniences.
I school, on Friday.
He talked to ti
in the form of presents.
The Utah Construction company ll bout the county annual, the deelam
BUTLER A H A CK ETT
Mrs. Rewey spent the week end at will begin laying rails April 1
1 atory contest mid iv-sav rot ted and Scappo«...
The motorcycles that were to have called our attention to teachers' »lay
Little James Long o f St Helens
nne through Vernonia Wednesday which Is March loth
Is staying with his aunt, Mrs. Iajui- February 22 did not arrive.
A number ,.f our pupils t iv,- e.on
Lengasher. His mother. M-s. A. Long think they got stuck in the mud
A demonstration was given on the
Quite a number of people are suf eare and pruning of fruit trees by
fering from the prevalent disease the president of the Farm Bureau
which has been pronounced " f l u " in of Columbia county at Vernonia, o.
some cases by the attending physi February 23. A large number of th"
farmers were present
The Rev. Everett of Portland c o n
If the wireless telephone which is
ducted services lu the school house being installed in the Rose theatre
proves a success a concert will be
Following is the roll of honor for given Friday night. Feb. 24.
February in the Deer Island s c h o o l’
S ch o o l N otes
Advanced grades-— W illitm Seffert,
The Vernonia taxpayers are c o n
Margaret Foster. Lucille Watson. Ida sidering the plans for the new high
Leach, Ida Naegeli, Hazel Foster. school building which will be c o m
Mollie W olff. Charles Re: ver, Viola
pleted and teady for use by next
Daly. Florence Adams, Billie Shafer
Daniel W olff. Hazel Watson, Mari"
There are many cases of influenza
Daly. Primary grades— George F os , in and around Vernonia. Several of
Is our business and our years of exp t i nec tssurc you
ter. Walter Loyd. Merle Loyd. Law
the students have been absent dur-
rence Gardner, Jane Shafer. Charle-
only expert work and at reasona le prices. We have a
ing the past week.
Robert Spencer has received the
Mr. Calavan end Superintendent
complete line of Hath Room Supplies.
Wilkerson were callers at the school
Tuesday afternoon in the interests of schools
R. Constantin, Plumber & Heating Expert Engineer
Mai y Van Blarisom has been ab
industrial club work.
sent from school the past week on
Mrs S L. Butler received a tele
St. Helens- Oregon
account o f a serious cold
gram last Tue~(lay from her old
home in Smithsburg, Pa., announc
ing the death of her aged mother and 'were given to the high school stu
a sister, both dying the same day, dents last week.
her sister at 7:30 p. m. and the results were noted. Miss Isabel Con
mother at 9:3 0 p. m. Mrs Butler ha »lit, of the junior class, ranked the ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
OVER THE COUNTY
Wear-ever Aluminum Sale
m i S I KY I’AN a Special
March -hi to 1 Uh inclusive
Hi-» unt on all other Wear-ever A timinum «
the same time.
E. L. Olson Is seen nowadays at tests are to be given to the pupils of \
the wheel of a new Chevrolet and
says if he had known the great
pleasure attached he would have schools to determine the intelligence
status o f the pupils.
been an owner long ago.
S o u th
SOUTH SCAPPOOSE. Ore.. March
2.— (Special to The M i s t i — Mrs.
Michoff o f Portland is visiting the
The Ford Factory has made another reduction in the
price of the FO R DSON T R A C T O R
College Girl Corsets1
Built to Fit and l it Right
T H A T IS TH E KIND OF SEED
W A N T AND SH OULD H AVE
L a d i e s ’ B l o o m e r s a n d Waist»
W r have just received a nice assortment if these#-
•w aring apparel.
F. 0. B.
Place your order now for immediate delivery. It is time
for the Spring Farm Work
Priced at 75c and 8.5c
Gingham House Apron»
PRICES O N FORD CARS
Touring Car with starter and demountable rims $577.09
Roadster with starter and demountable rims
Coupe with starter and demountable rims
Sedan with starter and demountable r im s ......... $787.42
Truck, c h a ssis.............................................................. $554.25
If you want cither pound or i hundn ! pounds wc
can supply you. The price on HULK SEED is much
less than when in the packet. We have » bulk—
Clover Seed, Crass Seed, Tirnotln
Seed, Beet Seed, English Rye
Crass, Field Corn,
Prices F. O. B. St. Helens
m 0 m.i'lc and •
A U T H O R IZ E D FO R D A N D FO R D SO N D E A L E R S
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ment of tasty patterns.
Priced From $1.25 I p
Many other items
n irked reductions over fonner prices.
E . M. HELONl
H E LE N S. OREGON
That B oy o f
Y ou rs
i want that hoy of yours to he«
>e a man*
course you do.
are probably giving him a
i ••thin,; except one important i »>ter
you induced him to open an account at mf
ie t h k . K
' ’ "ay thus early in life beam
n d assure
.i . v u r ^
u, » . I I
If not, w
Li-iiich of his education.
low. Wc can
up to 500 l.,s.
realize the savmg you will make by deal,,,.; v„ h ,
F I R S T N A T I O N A L BANK
O K HJ A I ’ IMMtftK
A Wils«.n, Pres.
Albert D. Ridgeway. Vice Pt*|
E. E. W ist, Cashier
Fieldhouse Motor Co.
in this section of the county and by
our pnees wuh -
r w rth, want him to make a sued
B A B Y CHICK FEED AND CHICK MASH
W e bought .>
Just about what the wholes..... pnu- i
furnish you just the quantity y,iU wa.
E X T R A SPECIAL
per pound . . . .
S a v e Money on B u lk Seeds
Vv e can make immediate delivery.
do better d you feed them this
A11 sizes an<
Fordson and No.
7 Oliver Plow
- í 4 ,
Priced Reasonably—$2 to $7
W e have made our election of
ording to the
advice of County Agent Holibaugii .or r o p s adapt
to this soil and din te. No haphazai 1
as to the seed supply.
t sets .ire as good a* the best We have thru
>i/cs and several styles. Samfacti n uarantttti j
and a variety of GARDEN SEED
Sati sf y Ar e Our
SO U T H SCAPPOOSE
W A R R E N , Ore., March 2.— (Spe
clal to The Mist.)— The recent warm
days have awakened the farmers of
the district to prep re their land.- for
Se e ds Th at Gr ow and
St. Helens Ore>[o,
Frank Wilki ns
* -a S ï
und H n r|ilu a g.111.».on
L n l l i s l k t«i m W * * *
Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent
F o u r T r e I , nt In te rm it on T im «' W * * 1" '