St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933, May 05, 1922, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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    T H E ST. H ELENS MIST, FRIDAY. MAY 5. 1«D ’
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menceuient Is to be Friday evening. head the Clatskanie schools us sup ness Visitor In Columbia City Tue*-
erlntendent for the coming year, ac
May 24.
C o r r e s p o n d e n c e
Miss Alice Comstock, toucher of cording to announcement of tit» 1,1 We see where the principal of 1'o'
Columbia City school ha- .......
the fifth and sixth grades and Itutb school board Only five of the pro
lloloday went to St Helens Friday ent corps of teachers will be back cured to teach in St I ..... next
year We hope she will lik- liei lieu
to attend the county declamatorv again next year
DEER ISLAND
place although wo regret lo he her
contest
Miss
K
u
I
h
John
substituted
Final
efforts
are
under
way
here
DEER ISLAND. Ore May 4.
from our school
by
the
California
Packing
corpora
for
Miss
Comstock.
(Special to The Mist.
Mr. amt Mrs
Miss Louise Wliailoti. who is go
Mental tests have been given in 11.>n to sign enough cucumber acre
Lav ell who lived in Deer Island two
ing
to school In Portland, spent the
the
school
and
it
has
been
discover­
at;
'
to
open
the
local
cannery
us
a
year* ago have returned rtud Mr. l.a-
week end In C o lu m b ia City.
salting
station.
Joseph
Pans,
niun-
ed
that
there
are
some
exceptional
vell ts foreman for the Deer Island
Mr John Gilliam ami •' I Snook
children among those in attendance.
r of the Portland pickling plant,
Live Stock company
Miss Hazel Malmsteti opened the was in the city yesterday meeting went to Si Helens Frlduy
Mr. and Mrs J. F. Wheoloek have
Mr und Mrs Hut to and family of
moved to Portland until they get a -cliool in Rock Creek Iasi Monday growers and signing up contracts
with two pupils. Elsie and Anni Mc­ The company will pay cash on deliv Portland were visitors with Mr
locution.
. .
• ry. ranging from $ HO to $10 per ton I Bulls' mo her. Mrs Augusta Bulls
Mrs Albert Adams returned from Donald
The teunis
ourts are being
Tide gates will probably lie put ! Sunday
Portland Tuesday evening driving a
worked and a plcusant teunis season ai below the city bull park to pro­
Herbert Wharton end Mr i i
brand new Velie.
li et the grounds from high water to Mr- Hugh t uples und family motor
It is reported that J. F. Loyd has | is expected this spring
Miss Marie Boean spent the eve­ insure dry grounds »or the Fourth ed to Calli on Bearli. Sunday and on
sold his confectionery and property
da' at the ocean dlggltx
to a party from Portland who will ning at the home of Helen l)epue, of July celebration and games sched­ I Joyed t he
uled before that time.
, Thursday. April 27.
I dams
take charge this week
Mrs. William Kelty visited the lii
Marian Andress is making exten­
people in til1
sive Improvements on his confection­ rary society Friday afternoon.
There are some peopi
CO LU M BIA CITY
ery building. He plans on running
I world who nr not happy If anybody
a short order house and confection­
Mr and Mrs K Maxmeyer and ; olst* is.
—
CLATSKANIE
ery with auto accessories and gas and
Mr and Mrs. Fosberg motored to
CLATSKANIE, Or*- . May 4
Portland Friday.
oil.
Ed Fong, head fuller at t amp o (Special to the Mist.)— Clatskanie
Mr und Mrs. Albert Butts wore
was killed about 10 o'clock Monday won the opening ball game from the 1st Helens visitors Friday.
Portland Marble Works
by a limb falling and striking him on Columbia Height* team of Astoria,
Mrs Peterson visited tu Warren
E sta b lis h e d IKMo
the head. The body was taken to St. 11 to 2 before a crowd of several Friday.
Helens by Coroner White and lus hundred funs Jess Bryant and Art
The community singers met with
NKU BROS
relatives will be notified as soon as Steele, southpaws, twirled iho game I Mrs. Ed Graham Friday evening. All
located. It was learned he had a for the locals, with Ralph Colvin of enjoyed a splendid evening.
M O N U M E N T S
brother working in Oregon City.
Herbert Wharton and Roy Larson
Portland catching.
Neither pitch­
Mr and Mrs. F. A. Colvin were er was In danger throughout tho attended lodge in Si Helens Thurs­
J6 4 A : « « Mil St Opposite
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J D. Link of game. In the final innings the As­ day evening
city Hall
Goble to witness the ball game at toria team u ;ed Cook and several
Mrs B Gardner was a loiumnn
p
m
:
m u p . ore
Portland between Vernon and Port­ other Centennial players but failed City visitor Sunday at the J F Mot
Sec us nr write for prlrt-s
land Sunday.
to change their luck Manager Bris­ can home, returning to Hanks by
ll will pay you.
Mrs. G. W. Long of Seaside visited tol Is working his teum into shape auto.
with Mr. Loug Monday and Tuesday
Miss Francis Coin spent Sunday
r the first game with St. Helens
A final demonstration of work was .n May 28
with Mrs Curl Snook.
given by the cooking club girls at
Dr Wright of Portland was a Inis
J J Sturgill of Philomath will
the home of their club leader, Mrs
C. Naegeli, Monday afternoon. Pat­
ricia Clapperton. Kern Leach and Vi­
ola Daly were the demonstrating
team. Following the work the guests
were served with delicious refresh­
ments. Theer will be but one more
meeting of the club this year.
C. E Clapperton was a Portland
business visitor Baturaay.
Miss Kurath. Miss Anuson of Port
land. Miss Levenstom of Los Angeles.
Calif , were Sunday visitors of Mr.
and Mrs. C. Naegeli.
Mi:« Mary Barns of Kerry visited
her daughter, Mrs. it. F. Miller dur­
ing the week
Because you are assured of
At the school meeting held Thurs­
day evening Mrs Mary Colvin was
re-elected principal of the school for
the coming year, while Miss Mary
DEPENDABLE GROCERIES, FRESH VEGE­
Welter of Goble was elected as pri­
mary teacher.
TABLES, M ODERATE PRICES AND
Quite a delegation of Deer Island
people attended the county decla­
mation contest held at St. Helens on
COURTEOUS SERVICE
I- riday evening
Mr. and Mis. Frank Daly. Viola
Hewitt Building
and Marie were at Brush Prairie,
Washington, Sunday vis.ting Mr. and
Low Prices and Good Goods are Our Every
Mrs. Ed Daly.
♦
Mrs. L. Lengasher journeyed to
Home Made Candies
Day Specials
♦
Tacoma Friday to attend the wed­
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Delicious Chocolates
ding of her brother. John King of
♦
Goble, who was married in Taconi
Caramel ;
to Miss Calista Abbey also of Goble.
♦
A number of friends and relatives
YES. W E DELIVER
Taffy
called Sunday to see H. F. Stewart
who has been in ill health for some
Peanut Brittle
4
time. Among them were, Mr. and
Ice Cream
Mrs. V. A. Mercer of Hillsboro, E
♦
Mercer of Mercer, Oregon, Mr. Cade
♦
S da Fountain Specialties
and daughters of Houlton and Mr
4
and Mrs. Sherwood ol Bachelor I-’lat.
4
Airs. L. Lavenstein of Yakima
Courteous Treatment and
♦
Wash., returned to her nome Satur­
Moderate 1 ricet,
day after several days' visit with uer ,
<3>
sister Mrs. A. Adams
4
‘The Money-Saving Grocer
It Always Pays to ♦
Trade at Roy's
St. Helens Candy
Kitchen
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t
R O T ’S
VERNONIA
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Phone 42
McCormick Bldg.
St. Helens. Ore.
VERNONIA, Oregon, May 4 —
(Special to The Mist.)— The d o n k e y
engine which F. C. Iler and R. A.
Sessmau have been moving from the 4 *♦ ♦ ♦ < ► < > ♦ ♦ **♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ *♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ «
Brown mill to the Twin Lumber Co.
of Vernonia, is being used to get out
saw logs.
Messrs. Purcell Cline, Edwin Con- ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
dit and Kessv Hall left for Guthrie s ▼
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i
.
of the week. They will worn tuei
this summer.
Mr and Mrs. Floyd Leslie of 91
Helens In it been visiting ir:end ui i
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The meeting »i the I. O o
6
lo Ige
- leld Aprll 26
a
Russell Sianton was initialed and re- X
ceived as a member. Alter the oun.- ?
ne-s meeting -» han-iue wa given i
▼
the members and their wives mil
tneuds in memory of the 103d anni­
versary of the order.
Burch Eiffert of Portland and P. |
Brickey of Rainier were visiting with
friends hi Vernonia las! week
Mr.
Eiffert recently returned from Ari­
zona.
Mr. and -Mrs. George McDonald
(nee ins Baker) and young son,
Jack -Melvin, are visiting their par-1
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Baker and -Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. McDonald. They have
just recently returned from Harbor,
Oregon, where they spent the w.n-
ter.
Elody McDonald returned from
Aberdeen,
Washington,
Tuesday I
nth nls brother.
▲
A
two rooms built, She is expecting
her son, -Nelson Rogers and fai.nl>
lo visit tier in the near future and
wishes to get the work completed
before that time.
Pomona Grange meets at Natal, an i
May 6, 11)22. A number of the men -
hers from Vernonia will attend.
Otto lioeck was quite seriously la- 1
jured ou Tuesday when he was hit !
accidentally by a timber.
At the W. K. C. basket social on
Friday evening the program which
was given in commemoration u(
Grant was rendered by the school
children. ( Ivil war songs and sketen
es of Grant's life were the main
parts of the program.
Lester Sheeley has moved his law
office from ihe theatre building to
rooms above Lane's store.
I. Brown sustained many bruises
Monday when he was caught between
Use with which he was working at [
the mill.
A party was given at the Omar 1
Sheeley home Saturday evening, A ’
good time was reported by all pres­
ent.
Mr. and Mrs. Bartley Cram have
moved to their new home on what
was formerly the Edholra place.
It you nre you are I miuiu I to la- a »urnw»— "H um I»,.
a fm|.
y I art ful seiet Ihm of Ml. Helen« alni Ctdiiiuhla ,
esilile I« Hie lu-lglll of got.tl juilgllleul.
r<w|
lei I I S show trull good buy« In ltoli»e«. lot« » arreni«,
i. »in,.
»a- . na
h, ni iug properly amt wiilerirolll.
«I- will arrange llie lenii» «n you ran liamlb- Ho m ,.l(11,|
Hou I «ay you ran'l; say you will.
PHONE \\ HU E OH I \l.|,
II. II. Hunting Real Kstate Co
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MEN'S FURNISHINGS..
Everywhere you may turn in this stoic- these (j#ys
\ u will find new arrivals in Spring Furnishing ior
men. Styles that will appear most popular because
of then appeal to the well dressed man is di >wn in
ample array to satisfy each taste.
SPRING SHIRTS
We have an unusually complete display, B rìi
with and without collars.
SPRING NKCKWKAR
Ties that win your instant approval will be
found in .ill the new colors and patterns
SPRING HOSIERY
As usual we are offering for the new season
Hosiery of m re than ordinary value in the
newest c lors and weights.
SPRING HATS
All the new shapes and materials await your
choice.
SPRING GLOVES
Without Gloves your spring wardrobe is in­
complete. Trading here is choosing correctly
SPRING FOOTW EAR
Smart shapes in the new leathers for spring af­
ford men coming here for their footwear
SPRING UNDERWEAR
j
plenty of choice f r selection.
'Ac guarantee your -itisfactiou in the excep-
lional values in Underwear we are iffering.
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E. M . K E L O N
S i HELENS. OREGON
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COLUMBIA COUNTY
XSIlK S
are interested in promoting the candidacy of
C E N TU R Y
Beatrice Hensicker for Queen of
Prosperity Week Jubilee
rcpicsints the accumulation of scllin. ide.
and to that end will give the young lady a benefit per­
formance at
all unri.s. and whi.ii you have liked so well, we offer for S A T U R D A Y and MONDAY
The Liberty Theatre
Tuesday Evening, May 9
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B-ikin;
♦
♦
Alpine Milk, lo
5 can» . . .
merchandising experience
■v'l'i, 6 o*. can 20c; 12 OZ. can 40c; 2 « .. 11». can $1.25; 5 !b can $2.25 ♦
Ar-.sl CANNED M IL K -N O R T H W E S T PROD U CTS
i*»ol rui Milk, lo cans for 90c;
1 •
H
!>arima<le Milk, 10 cans 1
I
i l - un Wa ihinf F
• ........ns 8 ■
urgently requested, and will be appreciated by those
OV.O- 1 lb. 2Jc ; 1 ! , lb. 34c; 3 lbs. 68c ; 6 lbs. $1.30; 9 lbs
who wear the antlers.
THE A TTR A CTIO N
on Tuesday night will be TH OM AS MEIGHAN in
CIV ILIA N CLOTH ES.”
d many
Li addition to all the good things we have to offer you*»
The support of A L L Columbia County residents is
This popular actor’s best
Hhrccltl Wli^at li
package
N
entertaining to all.
f> Ounr
each
subject, entitled. ‘‘TH E B O W -W O W ” and a Pathe
Review.
LO CAL ELK,,
Hlooker» Cm <m
1-6's for
A K, I, (lyhii-r«
I.V
2 fluniK Royal t'luh
No
Z-h
P' t pound
Manchurian Walnut«
I Or
Fre»h Halted I’eunul*.
Inli Htyle. lb .
,Vl.
Pure H oney
quart» . ,
pint» 3f,r;
43c
.*
•¿0c
*!>■*"
1
Alaska Herring, tall cans
I for
20111 CENTURY COFFEE plea,« all- at least nearly all— lb. 33c; 2 lbs,
33c
j
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I.V
Loti î î ,rinn>'(1 IV .i-has good «y-
ru»*- '*•> No 2 % rim»
».y
!
♦
$1.93 I
10 Yellow or VVI lie 1
meal, »aok
f o r .......................
Bulk Coroa
Viinllla
Hpanlsh Oliv* h . pint
q u a rt«............
GET IN AND BOOST W ITH
Nolii-1. HH Tip Matchen
là boxen
Louisiana Swee, Potatoes. 5 pound. I„r a * . I0
Full I'n itin t'h
pound ..
Added attractions for this occasion will be a short
Kl«
’ 10 ack VIM high patent Flour, from hard w h e a t ........................................
production, and one that cannot fail to prove highly
laird or Venal ahi» Huor'
2 Ih» for ....................
65*:
,15r
REGULAR PRICES— 30c and 10c
CENI RALLY LOCA ILI) IN IHE WELLINGTON BUILDING, THE STRAND
S c h o o l N ote«
One more month of .school!
St. Helens Candy-
Kitchen
Are You Able to Save Money?
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