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T H E ST. H E L E N S M IST. FR ID A Y . A l’ K’ II
PA G E TW O
paper and trash off the school yard
'■ I I,UI" mi Frid a.
Mr. and Mrs
April 9 at the home of Mrs A H E v e r y o n e worked diligently and th*
------ soon chaired
Y K RN O N l A. O r e , April 12
A son was born 1
It the weather perm its some •r toe 1 I'caver
( S p e cial to T h e M ist.)
W alter Me Bruce McDoiiuld April
Mr u* d Mrs K
m 'I ioo I stu d en ts
Donald was seriously in ju red while bus been named J dm l‘ er Meo Du Hie Vermut la high county truck meet
ildron or Aun o } \v L ,
will enter 111 th*
work in g in a logging camp near Ah
lied Sund ay at th F, , .
erd eeu , W ashington, by the explos
Vernon la ch am b e
ion of a steam engine.
B oth legs met Friday evening. April 7. 1. U
Mrs. B. L 01
wore broken, one of them being Smith of Scappoos
McD onald drove iw |*„rtl ™
D E E R ISLA N D
Mrs J A. McDonald. 01 i ulani hi,» county farm bureau
L ll l lo B e r n ic e Mi !>„n ,|a
\ e rn o n la., Mr McDonald's mother F C llolibatigh. • ouitty ac ut, « e r e
SCA PPO O SE
1 1 K E li I: LAND, Oregon. April 13 I rouble with hi
twenty years standing
S C A P P O O S E . Ori-Kuu. April 13. —
to attend school
The social dance in the warehouse the past week
His b ro th e r , 1 ’lody * The W K. C will give a baskei ■ho were selected as the la s t speak
— iSp ec ial to The Mist > -Miss Ruby hall Saturd ay night was cxceptioii-
Vivian Ululili Marled
McDonald of Vortionla. waa also social and program in commemora
Tipton ha; purchased a new I ord all) well attended. T h e gu e sts were
called to Aberdeen
d Chip’" t toil Mil gr.-d'-. Itlllle
from Portland, Scappoose, St. Hel
S V M alms!en has been very ill «o
fer, At It grade, v llile FI »rence
The school children »til pro
E iu m e l Stevens of Seaside
Mrs Adams. 1 h . r o n Ä
ens and surroundin g points.
for the past week with the flu hut is
Adams, cm grade anil WllllliUl tief-
calling on Scappoose friends I'ues- •
ale th« «mortalotuoni.
Cox were Portland v 1 .itera J
Mrs H. B. Duncau c eleb rated her now slowly recovering
birthday Sunday and had all her
Mrs. Lillian Quigley of Tort land
child ren home the first time in two of E ve re tt, W ashington, are visltin,
piano tuner wus In this vicinity
■si essay nd Fern L each, i t h
bas been a house guest of Mrs. JetT |
y e ar s; a lso the Misses E ls ie Erick so n Mr H everling '* parents. Mr
lie tuned lhe two school
and lai week
ah was fi 'n in her dlvlalun Mer-
for several days.
and L illia n P ete rs
Raymond Mrs Morris Heverling
!" os and a number of others iti
ox. 7th ;i.ide. glut M arjo rie
Mr. and Mrs. Donai ue of Portland
IT iu r to uh I iik Chumberlaia',
Da\is were down to extend their best
T h e infant son of Mr and Mrs ali around Vernouia
necond IrtH. I »ufOireil , 1 ,. Hl'ull,* ' Tf
have rented the J e t t residence.
club will me
JtK»Htl,in Nothin« I
Mr. and Mrs. t o n e
Tin* Misses B e a tr ic e Lin d. Olfield 11 inK April 5. 1922.
l ie wus buried Saturday April t G at the home ■ luly hud the niest uttruet.ve posters. ">»’ am i 1 I oni f|. „ i , ,, ,t
were Sunday callers in our village. !
B ergland . Hulda Pierson uud Erwin | in St Helens by the side of some ol Mi--* Lelliu Pointer
« h. .
, „ J,*“
S' lernt |«a rent, were pre .e u t d in in g »•••llh
Mr. and Mrs. t i a c k e l t , Mr. and j
Lind were visiting
Hervlunil • t h e ir o th e r children
The local teachers' Institut* wa» ihn r f t e n o o n
*tn>iigth«n«<I m> „
Mrs. Lin dston were among those wuoi
eut<»rtalne<J i " " ut e ..ii* tlp * i|1,„ • w . c,r« J
enjo yed " T h e Night H ose" at St.
Tlie advanced grad
Mrs. P ern Growell who underwent I m eeting was held Frid ay evemr.r
• supertntendeu of schools. W
' - f
.nil II K uh U t
Helens Sunday evening.
the primary -.r d
Mr. and Mrs. f r a m e
returned home last week Her friends D. W. Keasey.
H ockett were in P ortlan d on busi
are «lad to hea" she Is recovering. 1 Carl E nstrom , a Nohulem farm ",
TI 10 teachers dismissed school for
part of Wednesday afternoon. April
Mr. and Mrs. Dana Morgan. Mr.
for the purpo-e of cleaning all the
and Mrs. Coffyu and Mr. and Mrs. store, t h a t of P ern Grewell, who has w here he |c going to move tils fumll'
E verett Fo w ler is erecting a ne\
N1 block and J . M B u tle r attended taken the place of V c .'s e r Ryl&nder
resid ence which lie expects to or
the E a s i e r S t a r pie social at St. H e l
ation Monday evening, is getting 4 cupv In th e near future
ens last Wednesday evening.
V ester Christensen and f i m l l j
A S tu d e b a k e r c ar in the Sandan
M" and Mrs. l ’. C hurchill made have moved into their new house* up
garage while being repaired sudden
B eav er Creek
ly bruke out in flames. T h e c ar was a business trip to Portla nd S aturday
Miss .'n n a L arson spent the week
11 J Cline atnl family have moved
quickly backed out and acro ss the
to the Gustaphone place. They tire
highway and tile tlames were prompt end with her fathe r, C. J Larson
Mis- Myrtle Nordln of Portland expectin g Mrs. Cline who has been
ly extinguisi.ed by tire extiugu su
ers. L it t le damage was done to the 1 vi ¡ted with her friends over t h e ’ In R a in ie r to re irn home
—To and From —
Sin ce the splendid w eather every
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Martin of St. one .Is busy farm in g
The child ren s
A crowd of young people were eu
will be held Sundt.y m orning at 1 0 : - Helens spent Sunday with the home j
tertained at Sunday dinner, Sunday.
30 and i t the evening the choir will folks. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Grewell.
ll Y o u S a v e It
render several s ele e iic as.
l\«»i) «la), on all«! ¿»fi«*r V|>ril I Alii.
will o ffic ia te morning and evening.
Krturii limit HCVfU «lil\H.
AU m em b ers of lue W. B. A. of
the M accabees are requested to be ♦
present at W atts A P rice hall F r i- ♦
day, April 21 ai 8 p ta.
Mrs* E t h e l Garrison le it Sunday ♦
for Spokane to visit her m o th er and ♦
expects to be gone about a mouth.
P. L. Shultz came home front the ♦
hospital a f t e r au operation for ap
Prescott ........... ................ I ■
Wendall West had the m isfortune >
to break his little finge r while play ♦
ing ball last week.
< 'omhn io r* will **«*11 ti«k«*t* from
Mrs. Ii. J . Newton celebrated her ♦
|M»ùit.*i w her«» ng«‘nts hin * not «*ti «l»»f>.
8 0 th birthday ann iv ersary last Sa -
ol si U 'I' oom K
urday by having a party. Sue said it
v.as her first birthday party and she ♦
thought it time to have one. She was ♦
S. A Wilson, Pies.
Albert D. Ridgeway, Vice Pres.
born in New Y o rk and much of her ♦
lif e was spent pioneering when there ♦
E. E. W ist, Cashier
were no neighbors to invite.
party e rfre s h m e n ts were served— ice ♦
< Hpital itinl Stirpili* $ 30,000
I i»ltc«l Kt«l«m I (••»allorj
cream , cake and candy.
Mrs. New ♦
ton has seven children, 23 grand ♦
children and h great g-andchild ren. ♦
T h e work of nuns. B e a u tifu l fa n
S a f e D e p o a it B o x e s f o r R e n t
J. R. G IL B Y . Agent
cy work on sale a t the city hall. St.
Helens, F r id a y at one o 'c lo c k until *
St. Helens Oregon
I’ « • *ir IVr ( V n l lnt«*r«**l un Tim«» Drpov.it»*
S atu rd ay nigh t, April 21.
and music F r id a y night. Hooked food ♦
sale, Saturd ay.
E :s h pond, candy ♦
B e n e f it C atholic Lad’les' so
P. L. Schultz returned home on ♦
Sunday a f t e r having been in the ♦
Good S a m a rita n hospital in P ortland ♦
fo r several weeks. Mr. Sch ultz, his ♦
friends will be glad to learn, is rap
idly recovering from an operation for ♦
brought Mr. Schultz from the hospi ♦
tal in his c ar and as they neared ♦
heard them sing, " B e it ever so hum
ble, th e re 's no place lik e h o m e.”
T h e senio r c la s s has been working ♦
on their play, "M o lly 's A u n t .” which
wiil be given Frid ay, April 21 at the ♦
W a t t s & P r ic e hall. T h e y are pro
gressing rapidly under the able di
i l l i quality standard . timidly maintained, with many prices even more
rection of Wm. M. Luebke. It prom
attractive than they have been in past weeks, you could not wish for a
ises to be a great success. T h e cast
Includes. Inez M cKay , Nina Koscoe,
more advantageous opportunity than this store offers you. Here you
Lucy Smith, E v a T a rb e ll, K insley Al
len. Irving E rick so n and J a m e s
will find the distinct advantage of large selections of merchandise that is spic-
V ER N O N IA
liKtltfeMio,, mul « ..n.nWK
Who Is Most Benefitted
by the Money You Earn?
If You Spend It
Be true to yourself and deposit a
small amount regularly with
HIGH SCHOOL P L A Y
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
By Senior Class of
Scajtpoose Legion Notea.
T h e re g u lar business m eeting of
the local American L e g i t n Post was
held Satu rd ay evening and a good
a ttend ance was recorded.
A fter the
business m eeting Mrs. W. A. Ewers,
president of the s tate au x iliary gave
a very interesting talk on what th<
auxiliary is doing in the state. She
was followed by Mrs. Paul B. B a r t h
olomew who spoke on hospitalization.
T his was followed by H arry Nelson,
s ta te a d ju ta n t o f the legion who gave
a talk on the legion and the cou n ty !
T h e local com m an der. A.
K. Dorris then s urren dered his chair
to Miss Coletta Bartho lo m ew , stale
executive secretary , who proceeded
to org anize the woman's auxiliary to
the Scappoose post.
Mrs. L: ura S.
B o ater was chosen president. Mrs A.
R. Dorris s ecre tary and Mrs. Mabel
tion the legionnaires put out a feed
K ilw orth treasurer. A fter this elec-
which closed the evening.
A. R. Dorris was a P ortlan d visi
to r Wednesday evening attend in g a
meeting of the o ffic e rs ' reserve corps
of the 9th corps area
B ig plans are
being arranged for the reserve o f f i
cers camp this year at « amp Lew is
In J u l y and August.
W A RRE N ’. Oregon. April 12. __
( Special to T h e .Mint.,— -Another of
W a rr e n 's old and highly respected
citizens has been called.
S aturd ay
night the Angel of Death cam e to
the horn- of J J . Lindahl and sum
moned nis life helper. Mr*. Lindahl
Beloved by all and revered univ ersal
ly she will be missed by her ho t of
friends. Mrs. Lindahl leaves a f a m
ily among which is A rthu r and his
sister at home, a son in Iowa and
Mrs A H. Carlson at W arren . Mrs
Lin dahl has been ailing during the
winter but not .-ieriously.
S aturd ay
she suffered and quickly an-wered
the call in the evening She wn hur
the Swedish L uthe ran
church of which she has he-n an
honored and faithful member.
was burled in the Swedish cem etery
the services being conducted by Rev
Shipp and was attended by nearly
every re sid e nt o f W arren.
Mr. and Mr*. M D. Link and Mr*.
N eer o f Goble were week end guest*
a t the F a r r home.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard F a r r i s of
V e ntu ra. C alifo rn ia, were c alle rs or
Mr. and Mrs J o h n F a r r during the
And we are giving you many outstan<ling values.
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Glorious A rr a y
Watts & Price Hall
New S p r in g Goods In
Friday, April 21, 8 p. m.
thè M alter o f
ni*r»(l t hat I ;
piurabix « om i
■derej th:it a
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T ra d e a t R o y ’s !
^ou are sure to receive prompt \
service, courteous treatment and :
reasonable prices consistent witli ;
Shoes, today, rank as the most important accessory of d ress,
You know this.
an«, expect quality, style, price fairnc-s when you p u rch ase sh o e s You also cx-
pect a comfortable fit. You have a right to all of
these things. I his store recognizes this right an«l
is prepared to more than meet it in these New
- . /
1 he best of the new lasts have been
combind with leathers of perfected quality.
our Shoe Department is in charge of efficient shoe
Country Boy Corn, 2 cans .......................................... 25c
No. 2*. 2 Cans Oro Brand Tom atoes, 2 cans . . 25c
1 Pound Can Ghirardellis Ground Chocolate . 29c
20 Bars Crystal W hite Soap ...................................$ 1.00
3 Pound Can Diamond W . Coffee ........................$ 1.00
3 Pound Can B Brand Coffee ...................................% c
Tru Blue Grahams, large package .....................
Picnics, nice and lean, per pound .......................... 23c
Citrus Powder, 2 packages .....................................
Skat Soap, 2 cans ...................................................
Del Monte Dri-Pak Prunes, per can ..................
YES, W E
D E L IV E R !
The most attractive of the new
season’s patterns ami colorings are
now on display, and a shopping trip
will prove our ability to show you
many p1CCes that will win your ap
proval. Not only in their beauty
will you be pleased, hut the prices
as well will likewise meet, with your
Capes for Spring
Capes will he much in evidence
this spring. The demand will be
great and you are sure to find what
you are looking for here. They are
beauties ard the most wanted col
ors are navy, brown, blue, beaver
an«] lack. W e have them with
caps to m atch. Something extra*
ordinary classy. Come and see them
NEW Sp0 RT ( OATS
the new c o S ^ . T n . n " ' ” ,' ............
’ priV * in J " ” V s P ° rl C oa' * ln 111
equally popular. C o m e m and let
'"i ’ " s e m ,fl,,e '1 or wrappy effect will be
us h ',w you the splendid line we have on
"T he Money-Saving G rocer”
S t. Helens O re
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be not refi