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THE ST. HELENS MIST
IN IA s k m
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u i m m y
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<«*r li l i . , I iim ruction»
H E L E N S , O R E G O N , F R ID A Y , M A Y
« f™ N G »A Y
COUNTY GRAND JURY
OF BASEBALL SEASON
st. I l » h n »
A rle la
Pive I udir I nini t». Three of
C O M M IT T E E
C H AU TAU Q U A
Ifev. k. H urlou JoluiMon i* P r.s i.le n i
an,I J. If. fjllb y , K e c r e ta r j.
O rgan isation I V r fe i ted.
ream o f Port land— MunaRi-r Hunt
Tliein He, ret— Two Not True Dill». ,
In order that 111,, 4>an-up Huy.
workers who will attend to all the
» Several Vew P lay ers anti the
llm ii,1" r " r ' *•••••••'»■*'«* •’ I * * « » « r e A | h
Ins|M-< l Court l l » u » e and Make a details of the big show except the
will I n , ii him *. . »», Hr kliiwin u „ HM'
le a n i l,.H.k» la k e a SS Inner,
|irillr<l all.* llt'ali'tl IH'lwliv™—I **'•
arranging of the program, met at Spring Opening and C.-lebrution Sure
I aV.iralile l(r|e>rt.
clly health officer un.I chairman of
I ‘ tie office of the kutherford Realty
to Bring lairge Crowd— Sale of
iiiuik I Mi.'li " ,l
'*• IU*m-*ir th« rl.'uii up .luy ron» lull I*.* |,UH f „ r
<:orapany Wednesday night and per-
Thoroughbred Stock, Band Con
Dm, I.in. Stage I riim lilw.
i he grand jury which lias been in j fecled an organization. Kev. S Har
»nil asks for th« co-opnrution <>f thr will hr play».I m St. li. lcn» Sunday
uaalon tor aoverul day» chi» week low Johnson wus unanimously elect
r «widen ta of t he city
w lu n Hut St, Helens American Legion | ®on®lu<l«d Its work. Thursday after ed president; J. . K
AfUT lit! hour nml t*n minuto* To All I loua .‘holder, hii .I Itnaldenl, ■‘KRieRaliou w ill entertain the fa»' |,,<,on at 1 o ’clock and after render- tary, and II A. Childs, treasurer.
All roads will lead Scappoose way
their report, were dlsmlsHed by
un Haturday. May .uih, ilo, an A i l . 'a Ira in ot Portland. Thin team
of (JtjllU11 ua»• -Ulema, counter pro
Tlie committees appointed to car tomorrow, May 13, for people from
How of oratory aohioni nuul rl. au up campaign will talir iia* h.-en play lux in Portland for t h - 1 Judge Kakln.
ry on the work are:
Tickets, Ur. every section of the county are ex
b Ive indictments were returned J. H. Flynn, chairman, Ur. L (J.
h«*r<l In 1 " nil »ha in liera, tin* couu piare Tb la la I he day on which «ach paHl month and bus loat hut on»-
They are considered one ul Two of them were against Irvin Itoss, John H. Storla and H. A. pected to join that busy city in their
dl sd< f " i •in* propon.il of tlie Ht and «very resident of Si Helen.
•spring opening and celebration
" r of < om III orci* timi aee that all old I III rail', and other 1 be I»' i of ihH semi-pro terms, so brothers, one for larceny and the Child.
Grounds, J. W. Thompson, is certain that a number of St. Hel
di Hunt Mated
though ihey hav. oilier for obtaining fuimey under chairman, K. C. Conyers,
oí ch-mi-Up tiny ahouiil ref u m will i„- unitili rid of
K w. ens people will be there to aid. T w j
was arraigned Booth, P. J Kavan.igh, T S. White
It haa l>e#u arranged that o.i • he the . ilg»- on St. Helens ho fur as I false pretenses.
be pa Ml d “ ii ih«- city truuHury, ami
of the big a t t r a c t io n '^ hich will draw
Adveruuing. many people is the hand concerts by
Ibai iho » »r K In» iloti« iind«H tIn* a ho vu liât. waguii* will roller 'In ptariin. and games are concerned, on the larceny charge and entered a und Homer Uijlings.
He wrs given i „
tin cana and other refuto»
on your 'Ii.- local aggregation ure confident plea of not guilty.
,o(U*r»i don nf tin* organisation
It. Kutherford, chairman, EJ the 42-piece band from Vancouver
luy will trouiit.' llte visitors. The time to secure counsel and his hail Jones. J F. Eloyd, Oscar Erickson,
tlfl'Ull*. ,s. i-retary John 1» Htor Part It will he nere ary to foil tin:
barracks and the sale of thorougn-
la of III« flu , i, : " • r Mil hi 1 ho coat to t ho aiuff In hoxea. barrels or hiik* and lm)s have practiced several times fixed at |500. Three secret indict- F. C. iiolihaugh, J. S. Bothwell, K.
Some of the best
The parties C. Conyers and C. K. Hallberg.
elljf for Hu* I. .in up day of laut year piare them ulonK«lde the road where ur"ig ' Hr wr.-k and when the gam-» ments were returned
It stock in the county will be offered
wiMi If,tinier wu called o ff last Sun- i indicted hav« not been apprehended, will he the duty of this co m m it!»«
> afl)'>u!i!«il i IOV 7U which wuH for wagons run eaally x>'t them
Ii' t h*
»lay. Ihey had a three-hour work-out A not true hill wus returned against to thoroughly advertise the Chau (or sale.
• ml K and tentila hav
road near your place I, auch .. | an
Following ig the program:
the local diamond.
II. E. Anderson charged with assault tauqua In every corner and nook of
inf l” -' " 1
Ill„ (Hut WIIKOUB ranno! ea.tll> rr •!»
9:00 to 9:30— Band Concert.
the piare> Unii take th<- box..» I.a
9 20— Dedication o f new flag pole
1 who are m good form
Ituhe SVarranka and John Kelly, who were
be no iuoi » hi- y rar
For the Junior Chautauqua, Mr3. by The Am eri4» n Legion.
rela or hug» to a road that ran I*,
A F. Barnett will be chairman and
9:45— Baseball game. St. Helens
ud Joe Antonr who uses his right likewise treated.
iman ol the cleun-up
will he assisted by Mrs. C. U. Suth
All of the work or hauling and "lu g *nd his head.
<1 would neo that th*
It Is probable
The grand jury submitted the fol- erland and Mrs. F. C. Hollbaugli. 1 s. Scappoose.
dumping Ulta «tuff will lie wlthni.i ! »‘at Hunt will start "Hulie'' for the lowing report: "W o , the grand Jury
10:45— Athletics and band con
elty »a» pr. ; m i 1> (llttirii'tod and that
The dales of the Chautauqua are
t li 1 «i hr appoílitod loi coat to you thla year, but a» Haut
r fellow I h "rarm* to go' uud prom lor the May term of court, 1922. front June 7 to 11 and The Mist cert.
•lay, May 20th la the only .l.v »,
12:00 to 1:00— Noon lunch, big
*’ ,u deliver Hi.- goods. The proh- ■ luiv« thoroughly inspected the court will give full details as to program,
whlrh w ¡i yon » will rollert ti» nut
basket dinner in the park. Free c o f
I,, Hue up will he: Howe, catcher; house property of sold county and etc., in subsequent issues.
Mayor H i . i aid. "1 do not «i*
fee to those who have cups. Ladies'
• i tina If it in to In you muat bave everyt httix ln r**:,■ 1. • i ■xineyer, pitcher; < ullioun, first find said property properly cared for
T h « » >> »
Aid will serve dinner in the hall, 50c.
» t yoar for thuro ar* uea», bifore that tim.»
. • . p. ils.'ii, **rond L»a:.**, '‘Speed" and after having given especial at-
don»* aa it w
E, E. Wist, cashier of the First
1:00 to 3:00— Community sale o f
i iihhiah in dlfforoui Ittuinrea provide ( lint »• irli per, »t
I im ii i shortstop, and
MrHonald ' tent ion to sanitary conditions of the National bank of Scappoose was In
w hu h wr«*re atui ko I aho nid keep lila own l,r«*tii ik »- h r),
I'. irhlnger, who former- county jail, we flnu the same to he St. Helens Monday and was at the pure bred stock and various other
parti of Mi*
t hia own expense. hui tin, year In , l»l ’■)»'d with a number of Portland clean, sanitary and well kept hut regular weekly luncheon of the St. items.
for the w aginia w hich
out l*it >»
3:00 to 3:30— Tug-of-War, St.
•I • jr council aKi.'.'d 1 > pay sui
. m i . will l o o k after the right gar- Und that portion of the basement Helens Chamber of Commerce. He
i ounciituau Klynu ex
inioiint a» ii .».*»• »ary t< cover co
w«-ather wax unfav
II. Is a well known athlete and | uaed as a jail by the city of St. told the members that Scappoose was Helens vs. Scappoose.
3:30 to 4:00— Dedication o f water
much w.iH not ai com
. - around .iOU
l.rapy Heap who Helens to be unsanitary and not expecting a big crowd from St. Hel
•f haul lux
Th,» aln.uli miluca you
pllilied ah w
Th e mayor to lend all uh »tato,
Iwrki iiru k team to win properly care for and we recommend ens at the "Spring Opening” tomor works, water fight, etc.
4:00 to 4:30— Speeches of candi
I.ia.iy games, w.ll he in renter and , hat lhe Mld (.lly of St Helens ».e row and was given assurance that the
officer milking our city rh.in
or t h** dean up of the
" ‘ ".'•r An,on' ,,r » ' 11* 111« in left.
required to clean those premises and St. Helens people would be there in dates for governor.
Very truly : jra.
4:30— Drawing for various big
city aud cp* t unsanitary premia«*»«
I lie grounds have been put In ex maintain Hie same in a like condi- numbers to aid in the celebration.
KDW IN KOHH.
owiiria to clean up
The several rock tlou as Ihe county juil is kept, or
7:30-— Band concert on street and
U tbe city
' dg.'s in Ihe field have been blown Mhat tlie county refuse longer to pro
street dance until 9:30.
« » < minor aald. " I ’m
mt which will make it easier for Ilir j vide quarters for a jail for the city
»ppogrd to th<* plan
. Irl.ler* The diamond has been rolled j The report was signed by Grant
One clean ip is l w.n captain In my
aid v.is never in better condition. Jones, foreman of the Jury.
BRIEF NEWS NOTES
my claimed that th««
'lightly more than 1200 was expend members of the jury were, I ’ete Fol-
OF HOME PEOPLE
d In llirse Improvements.
, ion. K. E Culbertson, I> E Hove
! ? !¡•* r* -.i of the pi*i»
The game will he called promptly Bren, W’ K. Holmes, Herbert Ed Tlie American Legion to I’ull Off Big
Outlook Good for Fruit.— Sherman
pit could ,
1 It aoem* that W ill he t.llesl» of I h.illllier of < • »III it 2 to o'clock and since the base- tnunda and Mrs. Nellie McUilvary.
S|M.rliiig Kvistl at City Hall To Miles returned from Eugene Mon
«v hi'ii i ho city pay*
hall fan* have been anxiously await-
Judge Kakin held a short session
lllrrre Ml Noon l.tltll'lieoli at S 'ofi-
the exp* i
v n everyone an op
night— Boxing and
Wrestling; day afternoon after having spent
ng ihe "pcnlng game, It Is certain .»( court and disposed o f several mo-
two days in the University city sec
I'np on the council
tfrt-Kiii n « 0.1 l f in r . li I'arlor— lln there » i l l be a large attendance. Tht tions and equity cases and after
(>ood Bout» Kure.
tion. Business conditions in the W il
ImiHslon will lie 36c for adults und finishing them adjourned court un
lamette valley are improving Mr.
I'llhlt. i» Ills It»»I
il ' hai many of f lo*
I in: for children
til Monday. May 22.
Tonight at the city hall, Colum Miles said and the outlook for a good
ib-luna p.iiii montili)
he h o n o re d to
St Helen* wll
•UR) a to h
bia Poat 42, The American Legion, fruit crop Is excellent.
' "»r rubblah haul*«l
HOM AGE TO M OTHER
SENATOR W W. BANKS
will stage its second smoker.
»'iKlit if th* city pani morrow l.y »lx ds*t it iK u la h .d citt
Ml».* O ' M a l l e y Honored.— Mise A g
for the cle,
first smoker was good but tonight's
T O B E R A I D M A Y 14
•< o cltlim i» wolil i /.en* of I iruxon, poHs.oiy a futuri
Kovrrnor of this Mate for the fot
card is better and the crowd expected nes O'Malley, daughter o f P. J. O'
I* pay in*;
«' •*- tli*ir aliar*.
thought u > mil Pc a guu«l l«l*u to h'wtCT candldktos for gove « o r have
St Helens like every other plaro
St Helens was honored Thursday is sure to get their money’s worth Malley of this city, has been hon
have 4 cl* !• up «tuy *v*ry mottth. accepied the chain ti. th llivttatlon to n America, will pay homage to 1 by a visit from Senator W W. Banks The St. Helens boxing commission ored by being appointed as organist
for St. Joseph church in Yakima,
have Die r
• i pil' d in an nccf'wu attend a luncheon and each ratidl mother, Sunday May 14, and Ike who iH ^ ir"
from Columbia- of which Sherman Miles is president. Washington. Site made her debut as
ble p la*a i i lit owner of li pay lo .lute Will lie Riven á minute, to tell
, ( lac-kamas and Multnomah counti**
have it hauled way. H* *kpr*oM*)it the people why he Hhould It# *••
..ns and daughters will pause and ,,e se,,k„ r,..election and there is Ift- A C Tucker and Walden Hillard organist on her seventeenth birthday
and played the big pipe organ so well
un to the pilca o í
niMil»'! In.» pr lous uioll.'T i» or t|« doubt that he will he nominated. are members, with the aid of W i l
that site was complimented by the
mu i noci ln th* au ni** Htate of Orexon The,.- who ar** siti
A| propri.ile ''.Mother s j Senator Banks Is considered one of liam Brown, scout for the comn.H-
Mias O Malley
VS !.' ■ i •* o s w*r* piar«*«! Iasi o be here are. Harvey Siurk weal he. Hay' service* » II lie held ul the the strong men of Ihe senate and sion. have some classy boxers.
attends school In tlie Washington
yssr tnil a..ni,lai
I that il wt>uld l>w Webster Holmes J H l.e»-, Skill 1 Methodist
The main event is a 6-round lout city.
in which the 1,1« service to tlie state has been con-
> "ilo» JOI. lo tuoxe
tlieui thl» yeur Purdy, \\ M Pierre and Adjutant
radle Boll and ie rhur. h members spfcuotis. The Oregon Voter, which between Mike UePinto ot* Tacoma
»» thè sa. It., are rotteti uud you w 111 Celierai tleorRe A White
1« a recognized political critic, says and Gecrge Brandon of St. Helens.
hll» tu loaii Oli.- Un rati ut u timi» "
The luncheon will he served In
lo Miss Anna Jarvis of Philadel- "Hanks was one of the most cour- UePinto is a fighter of reputation
i'oiiUr11 in .ti 1!. .rnell (lld not seetti the Conxrexatlotial church parlor l> phia. belongs the honor of establish- ageous, keen, far-sighted and able :.nd if Brandon can win the decision of the Peace John Philip hae built
an elevated walkway which leads
| the lessi hll un,» rreated
Ile suld "ut the laido.«' Aid society and th*' mg "Mother's Hay" and the custom member* of both the last legisla- over him it will mean much to him. from the sidewalk to his office in the
m> bouHc w». h rive a Imrrel unii a barge I» the iionilnul mimi of fill. she has establ died 1 is spread ill tures.”
rear of the Dillard building on Plaxa
•sck lato « li .» |, we (. la r e refuse and ;irr plat«
rickets may he secured iver the Pulled States and Is nat lengthy, paid him a high compliment
In the 4-round preliminaries. Fug square and has named in the "Bridge
theti we hax, il Intulnl iiMay and I of Secretary John I. Storia, offlr*
Pntil recently 111' for his services atul closes by sav- gy Walters of St. Paul will try con of Sighs." "But it is not always the
Csmi.,' .... w:,y
• : pi ■ »pie II. MI I 1 in the hunk l.uil.lxix, pilone 122
ust.mi was I., ».-ar carn.ilhms, hut ¡ng. " N o member more richly de- clusions with Frank Kichie of Spo Bridge of Sighs," because two peo
•u* do l,k< * ,
uni Storia repllrd
nd provision ha teen made to car.»
Both boys are classy boxers. ple crossed it this week and engaged
I no» the ar . pled custom to serves the support o f good citizens kane.
by «teiIne III » li would fiuta lo *»»*» for a number of people, ho If it I.
Tw o bouts which will be well worth me to marry them, so to them it must
•ar "her fa vorii* flower.*
"olir lira a Uni n ■ iHlatad witti mi
not convenient lo Rei a tlckei coin
seeing are between local boys and be the ‘ Bridge of Hope' ” the justice
bob si ih »
on wlien thè tour
George Gardner said
bit sre he ».nani Uf to vl»tl uh
T h « I «t th. church.
lie of the handsome countenance and
! ni’» .hintlil I » ri I ’aiird up and pul iti
graceful form, will endeavor to show-
Hr .1 II i H nn w ill preside at
Senior» Tender Thank*.— We. the
I * m»»re pr.- . :,ia
unle condltlOll "
up one George O'K eef of Portland, Seniors of the class of 1922 of St.
iunclitMii n.l after the re paat is fin
There wu» ni ». 'Irh diHritHHioli pr.»
and Ernest Gardner of St. Helens Helens high wish to extend to all
the rand Ida ten have modi
Ud cuti In wi.i !1 li paat di-eda, th-' .
will oppose Bud Shipley of Portland. those wlio donated to our supper and
Sea p poo Hr will hr the o'
j prevem and ( ir« waru liroitxht up ; lo*ir talk
Jective p« tit to take In the sprint Large I la »» I*. It,*eeix»' Blplnina» Eighth Grade tiraduales o f 4 oluiubta | These two bouts w ill be humdingers the ladies who were so faithful in
The disi li,
up lo t ht» Unte lin i opening
Vance of Idaho, who claims many helping us out. To the following
All those who Intend K»
I mi ad h.r <,■ h»>ur and fottr min
County School» W ill Deceive a championships will wrestle Red Hill
troni St. Helen» High l-riday Ex.-
ladies we extend our most grateful
inte d » s
* lppoose ure requested t"
*t»s, and . un
Iman Klynn, «vldent* | 0 a f th* hureh at 1:30 o'clock and
"Mysterious" Billy appreciation:
Mrs. Thos. Isbister,
Hearty Welcome on Wetlnesday, of St. Helens.
Iftlre.l ,,f i,
<1. "well to hrltix (hit form ali a u I « • pro« h I oii so that th*1
Smith of Portland will referee the Mrs-
E. Lake, Mrs. Edwin Ross.
■aitar tu a
,»d I move lliut thè St HHena peopl« will Ro to t h ■
llxer 4 .»1111111*11. eluent tildr. ss.
bouts and there will be "no foolin'' Mrs S. E. Lynch, Mrs. J. W. Akin,
miniere,, proponi!hm n«'ljthl>orit»K rlty in a laxly
in the ring when "M ysterio us" is Mrs
T. E. Ketell,
b* »dopie.l ,
tir city puv ull ex-
The program for the entertain there. Provisions have been made to Hoffman, and Mrs. J. H. Southard.
P*tlv uf Un»
» •in up— McDonald
• • •
rHREE VESSELS LOAD
»factory for the last semester the ment and giaduulion exercises of the accommodate a large crowd and the
i .' vioiih »(and uud
iailies are welcome. Tickets will be
Services. — Bishop
j laronded ,|„
F O R C A L I F O R N I A lollowing twenty-two seniors at st
I I , 11.50 and 12. Walter Taylor Sumner of the Epis
: «lieti f,,r ,u
Helens itigli will receive their di county schools is complete and the on sale at the - hall.
l'Ivnn unti Mellon
— « 1 .. — — — —■
copal Diocese of Oregon conducted
Only three vessels cleared from plomas at ihe commencement exer 200 or more children are sure . . of
I *ld vote.) In tir affinim iIve, Httr
the services at Christ Episcopal
Ht. Helens tin» week and each uf , , » hielt will i», held in the lugli | '\earty welcome by St. Helens folks WEATHER MAN GETS
Hat! and 11 .
‘or dt.l not vote unii
church Sunday evening before a large
ibent tiM.k cargo for California ports school auditorium, Friday evening. Deports received by 4_ounty School
'be tnay.ir .1.
" d 'he mot loti rat
THE SEASONS MIXED congregation. The church was beau
The Willamette laden with HOO.oOU May 19
Elvira Wilkersou . indicate there is much in
Evidently the weather man got tifully decorated with flowers and
Il «ss expl »•'.I that the SI liti feet o f lumber and carrying it mini Ill,I, Ruth than,hers Minerva Dew. ' ‘‘ •'•'ai ‘» ' d « c l y *» »*•« morning ot
I mi » I.uinhn , -p.itiy would furnlHh tier of pas-enger*. got away lu»‘ » Mildred Engehreisoii.' Corinne Hall. May 17 the advance guard will be- badly mixed up on the seasons of the ferns and the choir music was ex
The Wupnrna carrying a Aniiabellc Isbister. Helen Klblati. 1B«® to arrive. The program for the year for Instead o f furnishing the ceptionally good.
* ,r«ck antl
. i**anm without any day night
usual brand of May weather be gave were. Mr. and Mrs. J V. A. Parnell,
for the time o f lb.
Oregon a taste o f January. Sunday, Mrs. R W Morton and Mrs Robert
Doris Naumaii. Hildur
10:30 to 12— Parade by I’ upils ot
In.au MrUnnuld win. creoaoted 'I." and a fair pa m -*■ nger Meilinger.
Monday and Tuesday it was real cold, Blackburn. Previous to the services
Peterson. Avert.1 Shackleford. L il-. Eighth Grade.
"■ his truck and one
the mercury hovering just above the the two children o f Mr. and Mrs.
Han Wyss. Leo Karr, Alv.n Hall.,
12:00 to 1:00— Dinner, pupils the freezing point and a stiff wind front Farnell received the holy baptism.
the day or whutever
hin, it „
■ »..«a ry to make a kl eenn wlili M 6.000 feet o f lumber rhonias Kctel. Norman Mct'allum. guest« of Chamber o f Commerce.
tlie north made it very chilly in St.
'hat there w ould lie for San Francisco delivery
Dance Postponed.— The informal
Carl Tucker and;
1 ; oo to 3:34)— Seeing St. Helens.
The ai earner l»ai»y I’ tiinnm w i*
1:16— Special matinee at Liberty turned from the Nehalem country on dance which was to have been given
due to arrive last night or e n ly this \elmn l ull..11 1' ’ vlr‘‘
Monday said a light snow fell on the tonight in the city hall by the sen
m '- riivetre.
Mack Sennett s "T h e Small
morning and will load a mill >'t **"•■
divide between Mist and Clatskanle ior class of St Helens high has been
•,l," ‘" ,,na"
r.t .n wT
e ver Town Idol.' a six-reel comedy.
he < lean up arRument of rurgn for Sail Pedro and Ihe log ,.r
3:30 to 5:00
Graduating exer- and It was quite cold
There was postponed until Monday night. The
f »l J s i
»'•, owner o f the I.Hi steel steamer Chatfanoogt ‘ Hv ' ■
ilie commencenien » 1
bv cleee ai high scliool auditorium a two-inch fall o f snow in the hills postponement is on account o f the
I connlderahla proper-
American Legion xtishlng the hall for
America by the Audience;
Vocal west of Thenholm according to J. E
ton. HiiRxcHted to the feel or more for New ^ . 1
rouncii t ha
Eilertson, engineer In the roadmas- their smoker tonight and thougn the
wan the profier tini.' Multnomah la due Monday and the ,„|ist Church Sunday evening. May
for th, ,.ju
In the Goble and the seniors had engaged the hall from
uating address, lion B. F Irvine; ter's office.
' ». unire a park, "one I la t» \ Matt Ii. » » Mm da ' ■>" l‘ '•
14 lil eight o'clock
Beaver Homes section there was a *De legion, they cheerfully complied
•»»r the t h " , X t1 w a y and which would
that the coming week will be «it. of
The following program will be glv sentation of diplomas, Supt. J B heavy frost and it was feared the withe request that the dance be post
'e o, aulolnta,' the colonel marked acilvlty along the water front
eti etas* dav. Thursday. May IN:
fruit crop may have been Injured poned and by way o f reciprocation
2 Ü*‘»"d lie W ' - informed that lite
The dinner will be served at all j In many Oregon points there was a members o f the legion will do all in
Her ! " r,' ."f ' h* *'haut her of Com G O T O S C A P P O O S E
Principal t|ir,,e 0f tlx«> churcnea and a coin ¡heavy (all o f snow and damage to their power to make a success o f the
tuta),i, M'1 " n,," r conslderotlon the
I m it tee front the Chamber of Coin- the fruit crop seemed certain,
S A Y S T H E M A Y O R Roll Call
‘ “ " 'P « rounds
■What I'd Like to Be an.l merce will see that each pupil »s 1
to attend the meet-
Young l>a«l l>rm%ne«l.— The five-
Mayor Ballagh wants SI
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taken care of The line of march CATCH OF FISH
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iltrertors next Monday to he well represented ai Ihe Spring
TKir» /~4I?1.’ ! year-old e m Of Mr and Mrs Vincent
Class President .
Thomas Ketell for the parade wit» begin at the
....... feu albi# plan could Opening Celebration ul Scappoose to
I S r A L L I N u L ) r r | So I hors was drowned in W illamette
Helen Klblen John Gum in school. Pupils, teachers
•od ran,."™"'1 oul whereby a part morrow and has lastletl the following
The run o f fish which started out slough near the dock of the Terminal
Doris Nainnan ,|m) (be parPnt« 0t the pupils will
onda conili Ite culti
kn»d " " ' |l
Pantomlni pie se call at the box office of the so well at the opening of the season company at about 11:30 o'clock on
proclamation or request:
Song . . ........
To Ihe Citizen' of SI Helens Olir Exam Question
Isidsle' ^Hi«rty theatre for tickets to the din has slackened and Instead o f aver Thursday morning. The Sclbors fam
II neighboring city
Rr''»<r i„ •*"• gra.tted lo W
w l l Class Prophesy
. Lillian Wyss ner
There will he no charge (or the aging 400 to 500 pounds to the boat ily live in that vicinity and the lad
the fishermen who now brings In 100 with a younger sister, according tc
•»I Ice r r ,
Alvin Hill dinner.
have Its gala Spring Opening and cel Class Will
to 150 pounds Is fortunate. The qual best information obtainable, were
»•brut ion tomorrow
Saturday. May Mass History
V'liintfred Mel Huge 1
1 raaollne filling sta-
The Nawukahmoka Camp Fire By of the fish Is good and the size ; playing on the beach.
13th, and a» mayor of Ihe city of sc
Girls will present the three-act play larger than at the first o f the sea j saw the little girl in the water and
Helena. I request Ilia! as many >>r
A W . hm I for a
son, E I Ballagh stated. The Deer I pulled her out and then missed the
¿ fl **rlnk
,» Woman's riti I* on May 23d will "T h e Call of Wolielo,” Tuesday eve-
d poni tiH|| utili l ’nill our rlllaena as possible allenti H'i*
She called for help and the
I further request Ihor-
'the Ka., . opal Gi,ild hall | nlng. May l « L at * o'clock_ In the Island seining grounds reported fair- j bov
21S r '» s lu operale u one ton dellv celebration
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huainess men wlio can do *<» "* r,‘ *'- T 'weaker m i l ^ Pori^nd will ud third act .he public will have an op- ly good catches the first five days of boy wss taken from the water after
r ^ - n a I. '■ r v a « rnad front John Ihelr places of business for a allori A *P' he Hub members and friends portunlty of seeing a regular camp the season, but since that time their having been under less than five
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t — — ceremonial.
~v ■» . ■ *»t ■ » 1 M l I The
V» girls are trying catch has been very light. Very few minutes
He was alive when taken
dress me ‘
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Portland altnrney. nnd time during Saturdav »fiernoon. a«>
........... it,, ' Jaloff who operates fnnti 1 to 4 o'clock, and Join the cat
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l i m e * T u h j e c ! Ih. to earn the money for tbelr first an- shad are being taken which fisher out. end though given first aid was
... ...... tab, 1 da".es, «latin;; that tir avan which will leave for Scappoose memtersHare all urged u. attend md|nual camping trip
Admission 15c men attribute to the cold weather as dead when Dr Klynn arrived some
twenty minutes later.
the shad is a warm weather fish.
•1 about I ..in
EDISON 1 BALLAG H . Mayor, bring a guest.
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ALL STAR BOXING
FOR 8TH GRADE DAY