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wild lia» I,con
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ret iirnoil homo for a
mon i h a vu<*;il Ion
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whl-li Hi.» hail al «hoir »i„„l| „,|||
«amo a' Ilo righi limo i „ rush thè
work aloni' on Ilio lir gor rulli.
will I» r-uily li, run l,y the time
«hoy (tei 11,1'lr new holler In.
1 ll'.IMt ISLAND, Ore
Mi I. I,o I » Mulm»Ion I k buck ut
(Special lo The Mist ) ' l .,H i Wook
Mrs English. Mrs Lengaaher and ri-loo.l ufi i t everul w e e k s uliHom e
«lucer Knalrom ha» him, III will,
Mrs Itowoy, acting us Jud -.os of Hie
ossuys written by the advanced pi, Ihr rill Die pii ht W"«k Ulld Ktlw ln
plls, decid ed Hiul Merlon Cox of | ),<• « nudli lu » loo i, rinvìi,(t the mull
sevenlh grade had wrltloi, the I» l truck to Timhor In hie plor o
A hroken ahoultlor and a badly
o»»ay In his division
Patricia « lap
portoli was awarded llrsl place In u,. • hi car an tin* infuri«-» 11/ ll if* 1, V / t c
A prize o i ion dol
Inrs Is lo he awarded to the writer
o f the host essay „ 1, “ Denial lly
g len e“ In the county
Door Island pupils expect no prlz,
ilioy fool I hoy have gained much vai
nubi« Informal Ion In preparing lie
Several a llra cllv e h»allh poster*
are being prepared by (ho f|fi|,
nlxlh grades lo compote In the ,,,,,
leal being conducted throughout t|,<<
stalo by I lie Oregon Tuberculosis
During the week tho following pu
creditable work In penmanship WII
Molilo W olff.
Leueh, Ida Naegell, Lucille Wulson.
Hazel Foster, Agnes Frodili .Panici.,
• ’ lapperton,
( ’ lappo ton.
Merlon « ox. Hazel Watson. Margarrc
Foster, lluth Hlewart. Irene l|ol< •
V iol« Daly. M irle Duly. Hilly Hliafer
Thu ten pupiis who fulled to si-curt
the ••ward» have redouhlid their of
forts and hope to succeed next lime
The pi plls of Ilio rifili, sixth, sev
enth and eighth grades wore („ken to
Si Helen* I r.day evening in he ir the
declam atory c om esi lietwcet, the pu
plls o f the John Guinm and Mi lin di
They heartily enjoyed I hi
veiling and appreciated Ho I mini
Herman Greener and family are
of those who donated ili-n curs for
(he I rip
Thunks are extended t, rerov-rm g from the flu
The li ike’ lodai and program
Mrs Kngllsh, Mrs Aduni», Mr l»>yd
given by the *• lor class on Friday
V r L* ach and Mr Colvin fot Hie 1,
o f lltelr cars, also lo those wl, . evening, March 31, proved to be a
li was given for the pnr-
would have gone If needed
l»o •• of defraying commencement ex
The school will hold a preliminary pluses
The amount of money taken
try out for lite county declamatory
In wax $ lo !l 4 fi
and ossuy contest Friday afternoon
lux llolailay Is In Vernonia visit
•it 1 no p m
K very pupil will
ing with li » slater Miss Marjorie
iwr.k and read rn essay
lilt Iliivrn o f «ioide. Mrs D Woo
Florlan Mills who Is attending
(an of Columbia « <ty. axad Mrs May
-hool in ll-averton was in Vernonia
Newton of Deer Island have lussi
last week end.
asked to Judge
Mrs lamie lloeck has been very
' l i e March honor roll Is the short
111 for the past few days hut 1» now
est f r the year, due n, the epidemic
ll contains the following
G O B LE
onrd Clapperton. Ida Leach, Ida Nae
1 lieceivi'ri too late for last week.)
goll. Hazel Foster, Viola Daly. Dan
W o lf f , F-rn I zmm b, hribui
Thursday. March 23, John Kin g'»
din. Mar ie Daly
truck glided over the dock into the
Merle Loyd. W r iter Loyd Fred Cox. t’oluinhia river with one ton ol
Victor Heaver. Jane Shafer, .George powder on It The powder was recov
hosier. Carl Fred In
ered with little damage done Though
K Clapperton. Patricia i|,e truck landed in the depili o f the
Thomas ( lapperton rlvei In perfectly good -ondltlon. It
wert> Portland visitor* Thursday.
was considerably damaged In raisin;/
Mr and Mis Henry Schmitt, Mr It as the cable broke when it was
and Mrs J Schmitt and Mr mil Mrs nearing the top for the first time
Warner all of Portland were Snuda; Mr Knnl* is repairing It and ex
guests at the Frunk Foster home
perla to have it buck on duty In the
It H W o lf f and son Khlnehard unir future.
were In Portland Tuesday.
Itclva Volghi is confin ed to her
Mrs James Cox. who Is now Hvlny bed with u gathering in her ear Her
ut Camp Five, visited Sunday at Ho muny friends are glad to know that
Albert Adams home
Fred Cox. her the worst Is past and she is im
young son Is staying at the Adami proving rapidly
home 111 order to attend school here
The pupil* In I he advanced room
M irjorle Miller spent the week that were neither absent nor late
end In St Helena will, her mint and during the Ir.at month are:
11 noie. Mr uud Mrs Win Hums
Gwin, Mary Thompson, Iris Link,
Mr* Frank McDonald and Mrs K Anna
Chose In the primary risile are, A l
L Olsen drove 10 I‘or I land Tuesday
Mrs J Heuver was In Portland ice Thompson. Freddi«’ Hrawand
Walter Hrawand. Evelyn Hunter.
over the week end
A party o f Deer Island matrons Violet Ennis, Giura Archibald anil
consisting o f Meadames Clark Ad Garnet Bishop.
Alla Thumps« n Is missed by her
unis, Shafer and Loyd attended th°
lectures uud demonstration* In home schoolmates on account of an attack
econom ica given by Miss Cooley of of the flu.
Milton Tipton, w h o set about 4 20
l) A . t at lle tver Homes Wednesday
o f last week
They report .1 ver» egg* March 1# candled them Iasi
pleasant and profitable visit, all Monday and found that about 200 of
agreeing that Miss Cooley does splcn (hem were not fertile
Mrs Jack Alexandria of Linnton.
spent a few days with hor g ra n d
mother Mrs. enZor
Mr. Letts team while standing In
:'ronl o f Fowler's store was frlght-
neil bv a nasslng cur und ran across
OVER THE CO U N TY
s C A P 1 'O
w II h Portluud
, | Mi» Il’ Nell of
a»,! lari anon to
1 h w i
, (Ite pleusllig
I.. vl lk - t or i *.
kfft, I»1 "
L t'oebr i-
L « dilli"'1
imi InK Mrs.
, aiuti restaurant
. , formar resi
: I. ni,;li oli Ihelr
in geli, Tuesday
I IH of Mr and
lai, stayed all
mg worship al
hi p m , evening
Mr iloiid of
r program Is ar
, folks are busy
1 1.,kI-ml, « al
of D \\ Dob
■ i the Frake-
WjUl . Wash
Hush anil sen
I with Mr and
Hurl Smith of
1 u tan' treat
s i Mr t'offvn
•< k and fum
f d Snudi! rotn
IldHOlU«» <*€>11 •
in ini port 1111!
< .1 rn «• sport ml
111 ' h <*xainplti
* » \ «
••a «.in! frl**n*l
•r of the Soap
In r experleni"
in In Saturday
. » i.g h««n due
• f the water
» dit Itili fa USI II,
Plenty of ex
* i I . I.., >0(1 t w o lot •
iris- In lie
iiol will prob
Unary last Fri
" the hom e of
■ re w ell a t t m d « u
• k for a brill.mu
i.iilHiury. G oble
W 11 > n illstrlcls
[Mr TI n !
working nt Ihr
pltt’ iH to rniiift
Mr* It on
h** ta m p till.-’
>1 tb** stunt show
it must have
ill und unable to
• > pachisi to Its
.or was under the
Mi • Duna Frame
in st sucuMwful we
I < ■ as yet uncertain
iver $.H0 clear
rily 11 entertained for
I ue .lay afternoon
t» being preiwnt.
I Vancouver. It C .
dt» und McMarUns
<•• I way lo Bau Fruii
In evening Scappooae
lev Ai icrlcun L e g i o n will
■ 1 si mi" mg in tlie Watt»
\t 1 hi» time step* will
h oia iilz e an auxiliary to
, e 1
i ’osl Slate Ad
airy Sc,am, of the Aluerl-
" 1 . Mia U A. Ewers, pres
i n Slate Auxilia ry; Mra
Ihir ohiiiiew, c|,airmail ol
‘ 11 if 1 he »tutu uiid Mrs
11 o 111 ** w , state execu
"’ ■try of the cuxiUury, will
1 " "1 in the organization
1 man 111 Scappoose
" present with (heir
'ei. daughter and wife.
Ill he Hcrvcu.
A li Dorris was a Portluud
u* day fur lint purpose of
i.i iu liiiic e* v/ltli M a r s h a !
W h i l e »1/. l i n g
Her. 1» wu» decorated
■leffre for "e xception al
« '" d rod a French offic er
me of 1 o m b a t ."
"I'll. state c o m m a n d er of
•' 1 in Legion suit calling
om m an d o r,
PAGE T H R E E
H E LE N S M IST, F R ID A Y , A P R IL 7, 1922
efficient helper ut Erickson K I,und
»tori' Iran nevered I i I m connection
with the firm muluully.
take a vocal ion lor a abort time
It .y and Floyd liuncun and Tom
CJroweil lievo returned trou, Los An
geles a f 'e r »p-ridlng the winter
there. ’I hey came hack In u “ Hen-
Bailey’s store, ituiriler; Andrew H -
man, Gedar (¡r o v o ; Fleury
Mayifer; Harvey *• Hatton, «’ lat»k»
nie; Jlrn Hill, Mist; J K Johnson
Blrk on feld; White & Slegert, Ver
I'oison for diftKer si(ulrrnls will he
county during the week of April il
to 1 f, at the follow ini; places: Watts
St Price store, Bcappoose; Lund &
Krickson, W arren; Hrigg» store, at
Vankton, F. A. «'olvln. inter Island;
K Davis, Chapm an; John «Jniiihliaw,
(iob le; Fritz Anlikor, G oble; J 81m
ons. Fern Hill; A It. Giger, lielena,
You have noticed, of course, that
it is hard for the knocker to forge
HAI’ IIKLOIt FLAT, Ore., April ti j
(Special to The M is t .) - Mr uud'
•i 1 s .1 m
on nod Mr. s a d Mrs I.
Chester Bax (on and daughter w e r e ',
dinner gue.sl 1 of Mr. arid Mrs. Nick J
Brian o f Yankton Sunday.
Mrs Martin White and Miss Nan
LIHIch were gui-Bls o f their nephew •
Guy Llllleh Tuesday
•Mrs John McCully viatted with
Mrs J. M. Hurkhead Tuesday.
Mis» Kthel Uennett o f P o r t la n d ! 1
and Mrs S. Nagel o f Bt Helen » j '
were guest h of l heir parents, Mr. an.I ■
M th II F Hennett Sunday.
Mrs. Aura Weeden was culling on
friends 011 the Hat Wednesday
levenU o f b
frtnndi s i a birthday
dinner last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Vester Johnson and ,
family »p''i,i Sunday with Mr. Joh n
son s parent a, Mi and Mrs. W. J
Mrs Kolland Marten and d a u g h
ter Lois wen dinner gueaia of Mr» .
Llllleh one day last week.
Mr and Mrs Lamherson and fa m
ily visited at the Hennett h om e Bun
Miss Agnes Kngs'rom came down 1
from Portland where she Is em ployed ,
in the telephone o f f ic e and spent ,
Hie week end with home folka.
Everyone Is invited to attend the
social at 1 lie school house Saturday '
evi nlng April * and bring a basket.
Sandwiches, cake and c o f fe e will al
so he served and the huse hall hoys
will have a candy sale during the
Mrs. Hilda Almroth is spending
the week with friends In Portland.
Mr. und Mrs J K. G ilm our visit
ed friends and relatives In Scappooae
Harold Gilmour entertained about
sixteen o f his schoolmates at a birth
day party at his home Saturday ev e
ning. The evening was spent in play
ing games after which delicious re
freshments were served. The young
man received many nice present.
If buds are opening and the dor 1
niant spray was not applied, delayed
dormant should lie applied at the
rate of 1 gallon of lim e-sulfur to 30 j
gallons o f water
If aphis are pres- ;
ent, arid ’ ’ Hlaek Leaf 4 0 " at the rate
of 1 to 1200
-Best of Goods
YO U R
and injure your health by spending your money for
questionable foods just because they seem cheap in
The cost of living is down where you can afford
pure foods and thereby keep your health....................
What does its profit a man if he saves a few
cents on groceries and pays out dollars in doctors
Buy your groceries here and you will get pure
foods, retain your health and save money.
LARSEN & CO., Grocers
“T H E
The farmer's methods have changed a great dea.
of recent years. These days the progerssive farmer
realizes that he is a business man, and keeps an ac
curate record of his transactions.
Such farmers take advantage of the facilities of
fered by a modern bank like ours. W e make a spec
ialty of farmers’ accounts, something they all seem to
appreciate. An account at our bank saves the farm
er a lot of bookkeeping, insures the safety of his funds
and places him alongside other progressive business
men where he properly belongs. If not already a pa
tron of the First National Bank of Scappoose, come in
any time. W e want you with us.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
S. A . W ilson, Pres.
Albert D. Ridgeway, Vice Pres.
E. E. W ist, Cashier
-T H E —
Capital and Surplus $30,00 0
Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent
BUTLER A HAC KE TT
United States Depository
F ou r Per <N>nt Interest ou Tim e Deiiostts
Time to Take an Inven
tory of Your Looks
A LO N G W IT H
VERNONIA. Oregon, Apr
(Special to T h e Mist )
film was shown ■'
theatre Thursday afternoon
benefit o f Hi'> i* I.....I 1 hiiri''-»
spring, why not
an inventory of your personal appearance ?
I Special In The Mist )
I he \S O
W will give a " h o p " on Saturday
evening. April 15, at Erickson s hall
The proceed* will he given the base
hall club to aid in buying uniform*
and other necessary material.
club propos»** to give their oppon
ents a lively tussle In baseball this
Erickson A- Lu rd have Installed
a new electric plant for service In
•heir hall and store building.
f e r n e r Itvhimler who ha» been an
G O O D B U SIN E SS M E N check up their as
sets at least once a year.
Is a neat appearance
and a prosperous look any less an asset to you •
L O O K O V E R the list that follows.
points allotted where they belong— as an asset
or a liability.
Total up and see how near 100
per cent you stand.
« onncll News.
1 ■•*r meeting o f the city
1,1 M ln\ evening was well at
I i»' "iiglncer on the water
d » report. T h e sidewalk
,* h' ' ' ‘ " ' e up for It* third rend
' d" i''itimi o f property own
payer* on First avenue
lr"d 'o protest against
I"»* lib-walk ordin ance
>' discussion the ordin ance
a h'mnlniou* vole o f the
T h « tialnnr« o f the
"* ».is taken up with detail*
' ,1" water system and the
1 railroad crossing and ap
on William» » v en u e
In »!riirled 1 0 hire a tern
marshal to e n fo rc e hu» reg
^"xt an ordin ance was or
u ill.i fled regulating Ihn tuber
"V -if nil milk rown within
•nulls and any from outside
'•’""i- milk In the city.
' M m | in pm in »
r main -oath to the line o f lack
1 d i " "lice o f about I wo
ame to he financed one
'*"■ "■•'■rs and tw o th ird« by
c|t.v of Scappoose.
spring poems, crocuses and circuses, income
taxes and other reminders of
V E R N O N IA
PH ONE 27
Announce this season s opening on saturuay. « p ... .
p a te Dinners, Steaks. Chops. Short Orders wee!
Chicken Dinners and Specials on Sundays.
Large assortments ol C H O C O L A T E S and CAN
m ir e
I 1 K IN K S.
SO D A F O U N T A IN
Are your heels run down ?
Are your cloth es pressed properly?
Does hat baud need changin g?
Are shoes shinetl often en ou g h ?
Is back o f suit to r elb ow s ) shin y?
Does hair need trim m in g?
Is overcoat a little win try?
Are shirt sleeves right length?
Is elastic In garters doin g duty?
Are your shirts In keeping With suit?
Does necktie harmonize with shir t?
It belt getting pretty o ld ?
How Is business suit In general?
Is y ou r style o f collar up-to-date?
Cuff» frayed; collar edges broken
Chas. Spacek, Proprietor
E. M. HELON