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T H E ST. H ELEN S M IST. FRIDAY. APRIL 28. 1922
Mis Golden Starr Sent! hail sum
Idaho, lust Wednesday after a visit llvary Is caring for a seven month
of a month with relatives and old pair of twins left motherless at cum pen y also with w u s her bruther
I donl no what Ills
birth and will fake them with her i from Kansas
He's a Eastern star Jess
A modern nine room bungalow is when she goes to court
All prosper - point to the opening ¡the sainey, my fotlier sed
being erected by Jim Emmons on the
edge of town
of the Clatskante cannery this sum
Mister Johnson wlials the ininis-
H. A. Wilson and family, Mr liter liv the California Packing cor
Farm ler wus up *o Portland an got buck
Warfield and family, Mrs II E i poratlon as a pickling plant
John and two children. Mrs A. It ers here have signed 25 acres of i'll in time for Sundy
sufficiently large for Stanton and sons and Edwin Condit cumbers and it Is hoped to seriire
Vivian Patterson up to the high
spent Easter Sunday at the home of at least 100 sires within the next to
Sl’APPOOSK, Oregon. April 26.—
The young folks held a dance lu Mr and Mrs. M J John.
They will lie raised on the school's foots ull rite now nn she's
(Special lo The Mint. I— Mr anil Mrs. the warehouse hall Saturday evening
A hack In school tenchln but she ulti’t
Some very mysterious things hav diked Innds west of this elty
E. E. Wist were guests of Kev. C. w ..cli wa- well attended The War i been
happening in Vernoula Six . meeting will he held next Wrdnes iisln It much Her fool I mean wlrli
H. Johnson anil family Sunday.
ren Social club also entertaiued their | •' * Corey's setting hens quietly dis day night to secure more fa: men wus Hoiuotliiu the matter with It.
Mr. anil Mrs Hush of Portland members with like amusement on th. appeared one night. -When Mr Cm who will put in cucumbers
A M E R I C A N L e g J o S
were callers at the Uessmer cottage same eveuiug
— —— — Ttqfltillr-----
lie's got Hum dandy sutes for boys
ey went out to feed his liens the ue\ cauliflower, onions and cabbage will
Saturday and on Sunday Mr. and
The Cooper family w ho have been morning he found that they wei> he raised I'tie cucumher price rang for this summer up to Ills store Mis
.Mrs. L. O. Smith and Marguerite afflicted by an attack of diphtheria gone and upon further investigutioi ex from $00 to $10 per ton
ter \ list In lias cheep an Sutlddy I
were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs are all convalescing without any ser found six chicken heads in his wood
The shingle business has taken am goin to get w mi wiih n.v money
ious effects. They were all affected shed
on life for (tie first time in many wlcli I gel from the elieef wotkiii
Mrs. Orville Garrison, who was
Scappoose Rost No. 109
Mrs. P. P. Grewell who underwent
S c h o o l N o tes.
moil tils with outside orders coming
called home from Spokane on ac an operation in a Portland hospital i Mlss Lucy Stanton has bee. in
Ruby Tipton up to Scappooaa m
Henry Kraiz Shingle company
count of the illnes sof her father,
Novak Pavilion, Saturday
2,000.000 got a new coop Ford to go a round
was in Portland Tuesday to see him. lias returned home and is rapidly a nioii|t those absent from school fo shingles on a California order The ■ 'i' ll th' Mitels III llils Mlllimer hm
Olive and Clara Ash came down
Mills In I dout gesM she will ride In It u
\eis l . Olson was taken to 1 ort
The Sophomore class is planning price also Is looking up
Friday evening to see the play and
land o’. Saturday for an operation OIl giving a receptiou for the Senior
were guests over Saturday of the for
appendicitis. He has been ailing | on ylav ly
several months hut most of their cut | lo r cuuip eny
still on their dorks
Mrs. Fred Robinsky has been en
Thursday. He was operated
Mister Everett Fowler up to Ver
joying a visit from her brother the
making good use oi
noutu Is bildln a new house to move
a> ,molninS aQl* is reP°rle(l ! these spring days by tuking hikes
past few days. After touring Cal
hi wlien lie gets it dun for Ins self
ifornia he is now enjoying Oregon.
Alvin arker of
Its got n ilium room an kitchen an
Music by Norton’s Jau
A man a»e about 50 named Erick
has been ill for the past few days
hath room an evrythlnk and a lied
son was found dead in China creek !
but has returned to school aguin.
room ulso to sleep In an its iiiodilern
on the Hegele ranch Tuesday by O. , DEER ISLAND. Oregon. April 27.
Ruth Holaduy has been selected
It is thought to be a — (Special to The Mist.i — Merle to represent the fifth and sixth
Our Boy Reporter :
Supper Served by the Woman
grades of the Vernotila school lu the
tin 's'll l e i ' l l 11 e l | is C l i c k -
The senior play, "Aunt Molly." on
Mrs Frank Loyd, was severely Helens, April 28.
Mineral elements lu green feed
Fare an warmer an Mister Even
Friday evening was enjoyed by a and
very large audience and considered last aSturday when he lighted a
The teachers of the Vernontu high
up in i latskanle is liuntm for -eem lo have a hiuiflelal effect on
- r - .:r ;|
ll also A .,"<»1 tune I '
------ giv maten
match to experiment with some school have been re-elected for an Mister Sin man Miles job the rheef the growth of young chirks
en for some time Much credit for its gunpowder which he found in the other year at the same salary. The sed M> fother sed he may lie hum furnishes hulk to add to the more,
Lu» n dippings j
success is due to Mr. Luebke for his woodshed
Luckily he only used i grade teachers have also been re- in for it all rite al rite but be aim concentrated feed
untiring effort and work night at-
elected by at a 10 per cent cut In the 1 got the rite ntnnlshun
He s Jen i finely chopped kale, cabbage leaves, j
ter night with the young folks.
or lettuce answers the purpose very T i c k e t s for Couple
Republican Mister Evenson l*
A called meeting of the council at that he was fearfully burned. Dr.
Feed the chtilis all they will I. uhr . Uliact
Flynn of St. Helens is caring for
was held Friday evening at seven . Merle.
a very splendid program Friday af | Ttiev are going t< > have a spring 1 at of this materlul even when they |
o'clock. The next regular meeting I
Mrs. Shannon Shafer and son Bil
an pay r
is Monday night.
Newspaper" by Weston Sheeley and j
K,» : Tomnrb
Mrs Stella Bizer and baby of lie were Portland visitors Tuesday. a "Current Biography" by Ruth Hev-
Read the C lassified uds In 'h e Mist
Mrs. M Jossi and daughter re
'nite 1 have got to take my bath all
Portland are visiting her parents.
erling were especially fine
Mr. and Mrs. Bennett.
visit over the week end at the home
o n t T I S l T DT A C I T U
Scappoose Post 109. American Le of
Mrs. C. Naegeli.
COLUMBIA C ITY
gion will give their opening danc“
Mrs. E Smith, Miss Agnes Tann-
at the Novak pavilion Saturday
CITY, Oregon, April
Merrill Moiling .»orth wus horn«
night, April 29. The ladies' aux- | ler. Mrs. M. Tannler and Mrs F. 2 ' . — (Special to The Mist.) — Mr seeln his fokes from Portland to get
iliarv will serve supper. The dance
and Mrs. James McCoy were oPrt- a good meal agen tie told the c hi e f
the home of Mrs C. Naegeli on land visitors Saturday returning by
will be an enjoyable affair and th° at
members of the post will do their
motor with Gus lianksung
[ Ruth Ryan's here from Minnie Ap
Mrs. C. J. Gratton returned to
Mr. lianksung and Miss Monologue pies visitin Mrs Peter Loos wlch is
utmost to entertain the many who pnr,|.tr,H ¿ „ « j ... sV.Tf."
i ortland Sunday, having been a vls- motored to Portland Saturday.
Did it ever occur to you why all good business men
a frend of her n
She had cum
Mrs. W. Merrick and daughters pony yestlddy nite also
On Wednesday. May 3. P. A
Jamea Cox for several
a checking account with a bank? We'll tell you;
were in vuiuiuuia
Columbia » City
j 1 tit dash
Frakes will have an auction sale of j
\ 1 .1
:ty to s spend the |
.uai ion ivewey,
primar» week end with Mr. Merrick
Holstein cattle at his ranch near i teacher,
Mrs Howard Hutson's home from
made a business trip to Port
1. It gives them a better business standing.
We hear the main topic in St shoppin.
land over the week end.
Helens is the election and baseball,
Scap p oose C o m m ercial C lub
Frank Daly transacted business in but the main topic in Columbia City
2. Enables them to pay their bills by check and
Mister Roy Gill had cum pony with
Portland during the week.
is tlte herd law
The executive board of the com
I children up to his house
have a receipt for bills paid.
Mrs. Hugh Cuples spent a couple
mercial club held its regular meeting
S ch o o l News.
of days on the boat Oklahama with
last Monday evening and completed
roll of the Deer Island her sister, returning hurne Wednes
3. Makes it caster to keq> account.
plans for the big spring opening day school
contains the fol- day morning.
to be held here on May 13, all day. j ¡owing names:
The ladies in Columbia City are
First there is to be a band concert
4 A more secure place for funds than the office
e i r sgirts
at 9:30 followed by a baseball game Agues Fredin. Viola Daly. Ruth Ste- making
at 10 o’clock. After this game some wart. Clyde Stewart. Ida Leach. Ida grass is getting so high owing to
of the athletic games will be run off
5. Convenient and helps one save money.
followed just at noon by the tug-of- Lucille Watson. Billy Shafer. Daniel 1 Mrs John Gilliam entertained
Wolff, Hazel Watson, Marie Daly, about twenty-five friends at a dinner
war between selected teams.
Get the saving habit.
The band will play during the Arthur Fredin. Fern Leach, Marga Friday evening In honor of Mr. Gll-
Primary grades, Jane | Ham's birthday. The evening was
noon hour when everyone is enjoy ret Foster.
ing the basket dinner which will be Shafer. Tillie Watson, Carl Fredin. i spent in singing and music A large
Lay up for a rainy day—Start a bank account.
held on the vacant lots south of the Francis Dodson. Lavelle Gaittens. birthday cake with randies was the
Home Made Candies
Watts residence. Everyone, both of
Have you started a Savings Account?
and an excellent dinner.
town and country and visitors are Stewart. Murlal Miller.
A calf club was organized at the | Mrs. Max __
and Mr. Max
urged to bring their baskets and join
school during the week. It will b
in this dinner.
under the leadership of Shannot
Shannon Meyer entertained the community
After dinner comes the completion I Shafer of Cloverhill farm and con- Saturday night with a dance party,
of the athletic events and the com- isistg of five members: Billie Shafer, the occasion being Mr. Meyer's birth
munity sale. All those who have j Florence Adams, Margaret Foster day.
saleable property which they wish to 1 ...............................
Mrs. Carson and Mrs. Carl Snook
«>»■ HI APIHM1MK
dispose of should notify L. G. Smith •Molile Wolff. Ida Naegeli. The club I were St. Helens visitors Tuesday.
or Mr. Nibloek and list it before ibis
Mrs. George Adams anil mother
S. A Wilson, Pres
Albert D. Ridgeway, Vice Pre*
hopes to rea
have some good look- went
Soda Fountain Specialties
to St. Helens Wednesday,
day then it will be advertised all over . ! ,ng
L. E. Wist, Cashier
- - * fair
the county. Cattle and stock of all I i sL
the - countv
kinds, household p,,
Courteous Treatment and
( a p llu l suit S u r p lu s ( . 1 0 , 0 0 0
The cooking club held their social
CLA TSKAN IE
t l i l t e d Hi M l rM D r p< Kllorf
equipment, etc. will be welcomed.
Next comes the water celebration
CLATSKANIE, Oregon. April 27
and dedication of the new water
S afe Deposit B oxes fo r R ent
(Special to The Mist.)— Columbia
system in Scappoose. The American bers were present and the meeting —
Knur I V r I Vat I n t r r r a t nn Tim#
Legion also will take part in the ded was in the nature of a celebration, had declared her willingness to ac
ication of the new flag pole and flag the club having finished the ten les cept and will be on hand at St Hel-
sons assigned for the year's work A
at this time.
will be » given
i . cii i a
venes May 9 for duty when court con
Concessions of all kinds will be * final
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(¡vary of She Is Mrs. Nellie McGil
on hand and anyone desiring a con the home of Mrs Naegeli, club lead- venes
cession should see Mr. Shrieve at
vited their mothers as guests.
Eacli merchant is offering special
low prices on many lines of merchan
dise and all will offer guessing con
VERN’ONIA, Ore., April 26. —
tests and prizes It will pay you from
the monetary standpoint alone to (Special to the Mist.)— John Hall,
Vern Green. Miss Opal Hall and Miss
plan to be ln'scappoose for this day, \ ^ ' “s h Rainier spe'nt the week‘end
but when you think of the good timed j jn Vernonia
Everywhere you may turn in this store these days
everyone will have, and that all your | Mrs j A McDonald has returned
lm'i new arrivals in Spring Furnishings for
acquaintances from far and near will from Aberdeen. Washington, where
be here, you must decide to come she ha„ been w|th her
w „ ter
Aitylcs that will appear most popular because
i inni appeal to the well dressed man is shown in
They are the backbone of
for double | Mrs. E. R Hamel, of Oakland.
els, hut regular Prest-O-Llte
array to satisfy each taste.
PraBt-O-Llte Batteries. Better
■ i= j i-e j Oregon, spent Easter with her hug
Batteries, hacked by the regu
I band. Dr. Hamel.
than ordinary plates, they
lar l'rest-O-Lite guaranty; a
Mrs Israel Spencer has been very
make Preat-O-Llte Batteries
definite, generous obligation,
11 for the past week.
better than ordinary hatterls
A surprise party was given on Mr.
We have an unusually complete display. Both
plus a spirit tiiat says the car
W A R R E N C . ■-. A T ' I 26 —
8- d Mrs Bartly Cram. Saturday eve
owner must be pleased I’rest-
and without collars.
ix'iuliar |«>ne.ily with an un
son met w . a a p -.a .j . and what ning. April 22. A good time was
usual h a r d n e s s , which explain
might have been a serious accident reported by all present
by 87 leading manufacturers
Mrs Bruce McDonald and child
on Wedne-duy. He was breaking a
their <|Ui< k d e liv e r y of power
this list is growing
colt to ride and when the animal Rock ("reek.
in c o ld weather, and gr'-at heat
I 'ts that win your instant approval will be
How Is your battery work
which was excited reached the high- j
resisting, nonbm kling strength
way it slipped and fell throwing j A Fellowship supper was given at
°und in all the new colors and patterns.
in s u m m e r. We have Prest-O-
LeRoy to tlie pavement and injur the Y I'. A. department of the
around and consult our spe
ing both his knees and bruising bis (
Lite Batteries as low as $20 -
Mr. and Mrs. Bain Thompson re
cialists. We prolong the life
face. He is rapidly recovering
90 (trade In pricei for popular
of all batteries, and we never
You can hardly talk with the War
As usual we are offering for the new season
makes of light carR, and o’her
ren baseball team of the high school
tell you that you need a new
types at correspondingly low battery until you d<
l isicry of more than ordinary value in the
now.. Last Friday they crossed bats j
with the Bachelor Flat aggregation j
newest colors and weights
which resulted in a runaway and |
These are not special mod expert advice
had they not' been stopped the pre- i
sumption is they would yet he play-1
ing and piling up runs with no m ore1
Ad he new shapes and materials await your
opposition than they had The s c o r e
stood 4 6 to 6 in favor of Warren
and the chests of the boys are so ex
tended that they fee) they could1
stand against the Portland team and ;
make as good a showing as tha: j
Without Gloves your spring wardrobe is *n‘
team is doing. Elmer Anderson was '
,ni!>lete. I railing here is choosing correctly.
instrumental in the victory and he
promises to he timber for the nat- j
A Smsahing Western
The exceedingly backward spring |
Is proving a source of much anxiety '
1,1 < ' shape* in the new leathers for spring *f-
to the farmers. Very little seeding
o i w v . r men cominK here for their footwear
has been done thus far and worry is I
“The Texan" is unques
expressed over the s'tuation
tionably Tom Mix’ great
Leo F arr who has been attending
the O. A.
returned the first of
plenty of choice for selection.
est effort. Full of thrills
the week for a stay at home. He will
T rade in price
he first lieutenant in helping John to
Kuarantee your satisfaction in the excep-
•'•dues in Underwear we are offering.
Lawrence Anderson who Is attend
ing college at Eugene taking a course
ONE DAY O N LY—Next
in journalism, is spending a few days
W J. Fullerton is arranging for
Improving his residence. Bill is not
Prices...............30c and 10c
very old yet and many of his friends (
wonder why- the Improvements as
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