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T H E ST. H E L E N S M I S T . F R I D A Y . J U N E <i. l ‘>
was Ulti in the shade. Mr. and Mis
Dancing ut thè Blue Rose hall H K I E F N E W S N O T E S
Howe expect to leave Kennewick to
! Saturila.» night.
O F H O M E P E O P L E day for S p o k a n e and after visiting
Mrs. Albert Adams of Deer Island
there for several weeks, will motor
was a St. Helens » »sitor Wednesd > I
Ita ket So»-lai. The Neighbors ol to St Helens
M IS T M IS T IN G S
Mrs. B. F. Davis who visited rel- Woodciatl of W.'st St Helens will
Mommi'« * lui' Picnic.
I atives In Olatskauto for thè week huve a basket sodai al tile I niou
end, retumed to St. Helens Tuesday. hall in West St. Helens tomorrow. Helens Womun's club wlll bold un
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Mrs. J D. MoKay and daughter Saturday night.
Everyone is invit all ilay session wllli a picnic lunch-
Mr s A F. Barnett was a Portland
I Beth of Scappoose were guests at ed und a pleasant evening Is assured con ut noon. Moiulay. June lJlh at
home 0 ot 1 Mrs
« ■ David Smith. West
thè home of Mrs. Charles Smith on
J I. 1 storili
Miss Margery Qtlby was a Port Wedncsdì#}
Miti Anelili \ormai.
CUnric« I Sit
Si l Hclcli»
> ” 1'1 is
1 I In
.stan i"!., ou
land shopper Friday.
There will ite Services in Christ Lakc. priucipal of thè McltrUle scliool chairm u ol '
Plans io leave St Helens next week rungeiio ts uni . lui' im nil'crs >' '
Mrs. W. B. McKay of Portland is Episcopal ohurck ncxt Sunday eve-
visiting her sister. Miss Amy Oeorge [umg at $ o'clock. ArchbUhop Black for Monmoittli and wlll alterni thè reiiuesicd io . ili ■ '' llut
suminer session of thè state normal I Sut urday for direction •
Miss Klla Hat tan is spending sev
Mrs. Lakc wlll accoiupan.» «on bus will uiike ili" trip
Mrs. J. K. Cates, Mrs Tupper Phil |luu
I 10 o'clock
Eacb guest Is a- ked lo
eral days in New berg as the gues;
lips and Miss Helen Phillips moloi-
provole solile ari o le of Unni and io
ed lo Portland Tuesday and spelli
curry «| un i. . m i
Mrs. t'. W. Phillips entertained a' thè day wlth friends.
F. Colemun. siale preaident of thè!
Uleu Williams, manager of thè J L o .a l lagoni of Lugger* and Luiu-
laid for eight.
U. Williams A: Sons stole, in West bermeli will he in Si Helens Tues M «te ............ . " I at lo-r
John Hamilton of Salem was a
day. June 13 and in thè eveutng will Phursil.i» .ificrnom i-elehrat
I'be following » :
guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs
uddifss thè memhers of thè 4 L ’s ut fifteenth birthday
J. E. Hamilton Sunday.
J J. Thompson, assistant cashier the Hall of the Columbia River Steve her girl friends were present
Cussnian. Ruth Fürstin, Vincila Klh-
Raymond Burns of Kelso was a of the First National bunk of St. during company on Strand street It
lan. Jerry Kelel
guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Helens was in Portland Thursday in is expected that the members of the
consultation with Portland hank o f 4 L s will turn out in force to hear Grace Ch.untni* Nellie SHuuffmcr
Albert Burcham last week.
Cluru tail Ague
tile address of their president.
Tracy Howe of the St
Hankey, Lena Lessard, Evelyn Ru
Hardware company was a business
Attend Shrine Meet.— Mr. and Mis. sell. Master Benjamin Perkins and
went to Portland Thursday morning Roy Copeland left St Helens yester Misses Virginie Genevieve .mil .lene
visitor in Portland Tuesday
to attend the hearing of the case of
Many entertaining games
They arc Masten.
Dr. and Mrs. James Martin re the State Bankers vs. the Federal day for San Francisco.
making the trip via auto and expect were played during tbe aflemoot mi i
turned Sunday from Seaside where
to arrive in the Bay City in time to afterwards a nice lunch w.is served
they spent Friday and Saturday.
• • •
Tlie annual convention of the Co- attend the annual meeting of the
Mrs. Henry Morgus, Mrs. A. T. lumbiu County Sunday Scliool asso-isl liners
\\ .on Road I inlslit l —I
After the convention Is
Kiblan. Misses Helen and Amelia ciation will lie held in St. Helens adjourned they will continue <he prominent resident of the Neb.iieni
Kiblan motored to Portland Wednes and convenes
Methodist Journo) to Los Angeles and visit n i- country and who Is engaged ii the
ehuroh on Thursday. June 16 and atives. They expect to return to St. mercantile busbies at Wrnonlu w.i
in St Helen- Menila» and ."tended
An in Helens about the middle of July.
Mrs. Hamer McKie and son. Vern last until Friday evening.
the Chamber of Commerce weekly
left on Tuesday for Olympia. Wash., teresting program has been arranged
Mr Hall in a hurt talk
I.iuiilicrtueii Here, — Charley R luncheon
where they will spend some weeks aud a large attendance is expected.
McCormick of San Francisco. It C
at the home of .Mrs. MeKie's father
Miss Ethel Hooper, the three-year- Merry man of
O. J Evenson. manager of the old daughter of Mr and Mrs. N N. George While of Oakland, and W. F.
Benson Timber company at Clatska- Hooper, was taken to Portland Mon Cl) borne
nie was in St. Helens Monday to at day anil at a Portland hospital she were in Si Helens for several days
tend the meeting of the republican underwent an operation for appendi this week in attendance at the meet
Mr. Hooper was in Portland ing of the directors of the St. Helen..
Wednesday and reports that the
Mrs. A. B. Lake left last week for young lady is getting along nicely al Lumber company.
town directors present were, E. II.
a several months visit in the middle
though her condition is regarded as Meyer and Norman Rupp of l ’ort-
Mrs. Lake will spend most
of her time visiting with relatives
J. S. Brown, secretary-treasurer of
in Jackson, Minnesota.
the Charles R. McCormick company
Pioneer Passes.— Mrs. Laura Wll-
The Methodist Ladies’ Aid will of San Francisco, was in St. Helens cox. a pioneer resident of Clatskaniej
meet with Mrs. A. J. Hollingswortn Wednesday and Thursday
this passed away at her home in that city j ______
Wednesday afternoon. June 14. Mem
Mr. Brown, until a few years W edn esday evening.
bers and their friends are cordially ago, resided In St Helens and wa- lived in the Clatskanie section sine*'! O
invited to attend this meeting.
auditor for the St Hahns Lumber l.«74 and was well known to bun C j l I l l T l t l V ,
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Mrs. Orin Sheppard went to Port company. That he still likes St Hel- dreds of resideuls of the county. S h e 1
land Monday to meet her brother. ens is evident by Hie fact that halls survived by three children.
James McKinley who just arrived never misses an opportunity to visit ! funeral will tie held today in f l a t
from New York City where he has the city when iu this section of the skauie and conducted by the pastor
been residing for the past eight country.
Omar Nickerson, a pioneer res!-
The Copeland Auto company, local dent of the Nehalem country trans
In .New Location. — Bunting A
distributors of the popular Chevro acted business in St. Helens Thurs
Morris, who have been conducting |
let automobiles, recently delivered day.
He drove his Ford truck overj
touring cars to V.
V. Chambers the St. Helens-Pittsburg road, but' a small novelty store In West St j
Helens, have moved to more preten
Wallace Crouse and Charles Lope, all in some places the going was very!
tious quarters and have added to
o f St. Helens.
rough. He hopes the county court
They have named the
Miss Harriet Ross took her Sun will see fit to complete the road! stole the Bee Hive and It is their,
day school class composed of f i f
intention to make of it a busy place
teen little girls from the Congrega halem a direct road to St. Helens in rhetr new locution Is in the build
tional church on an all day picnic
mg formerly occupied by the tlr-l
Tuesday at the Hoffman ranch on the detour via Clatskanie.
shop on the north side of Hie mail, ,
the Yankton road.
street of West St. Helens.
Mr. aud Mrs. W. E Linn and fam
California Dest ill mi ii in— Mrs Lcu.i
ily motored to Crystal Lake Sunda»
Ramsey, tier brother, Clifford Gob
to attend the annual picnic of Web-
ba, and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Pavia ;
foot Comp. Modern Woodmen of the
Chautauqua attractions are enter
World, of which Mr. Linn is a mem taining hundreds. The program be left St. Helens Sunday morning for
They are making
ber. They report having a delightful gan Wednesday afternoon when the San Fruncisco.
Loren Bates company gave a splen the trip by auto and u camping oui
fit was taken along so they coni i
In the evening they
Misses Ella and Agnes Hattan and did program.
stop when they pleased and when
Helen Dodd returned Friday from
it best suited them. After attending
Clatskanie where they have been and Ur. William E. Bohn, famousi tile Shrine convention in San Fran
visiting for several days. The young
C’sco they will see ocher portions of
ladies bicycled both ways and re ica Among the Nations.”
California and return to St. llelen-
ported that the trip was easy. They
atnul July 16.
made it in about eight hours.
Flayers of Chicago and In the eve-
Visltors From Canada.— Mr
Miss Mabel Whyman, daughter o fjn in g they presented to a large au-
Mrs. J. A. Bunt, was hostess to a ! dience the play, "Happiness."
tt Mrs D. A. Smith and daughter of
Toronto. Canada, are the gu. r» ,,i
number of her young friends at a j was well received and appreciated,
picnic at Columbia Beach Sunday j
This afternoon there will he a Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr at." Mr
Miss Whyman, who has been atteifd- musical entertainment by the Fat David Smith of West St. Helen- \l
ing school in Uoseburg. Oregon, i s ' ricla T rio aud in the evening they Smith Is train dispatcher on i l v Ca-
in St. Helens for the vacation sea - 1 will give a short musical program tiadian Faclfic railroad aml hold*
) which will he followed by the lec- down one of the tricks In tie To
ronto office He will spend the tw ,
William Perry, son of Mr. and Mrs | ture, " T h e Powder and 'h e Match.
weeks of his vacation in St Helen-
George W. Ferry, received his di-
and Mrs. Smith and daughtei will
pioma at the Oregon Agricultural at,luseuB
remain here until August 1
The Biltmore orchestra comes
college at Corvallis, Monday and re-1
Saturday and Sunday, the closing visitors are enthusiastic o v r the cll-
turned to St. Helens that evening.
He was accompanied by his mother [ ‘I * * 0; Lhn
U" ‘ ° » rnler mate ^
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lo ih" dlrectora and memhers of thè
iomineivl.il body, salti Ilio peopli» of
I he Nella lem w Islied I Ile Si Helens
Pittsburg rollìi lo he opeued uh hooii
„ , pu ihle
"W h e n tbo rouil Is
p . 1 ,.»lde." Ile salii, "voli people of
Si Holftis «H I he stupriseli al ilio
Irufflc wlilcb wlll come lo SI Helens
frolli olir sedioli of Ilio country.“
l i »
l ibrary Note«.— Tlm pulillc library
h.is been Ilio rei Iplent of il gift of 3S
hook: ilroinl» ibis monili
fi ve were given liy Professor II I,.
II.io of ForeHl Giove and ci>iislalie|
. i rolli volun.es of populur flcliiiii
itnl ,i copy of Fiske's "Boy Life uud
elf Giiverninetii. ' and Ililrty Ibri»,
were thè glft of Mrs W E' Idilli ot
Ibis city and con »lutei! of 32 v o l
ume of liistoiv. In t-l u it in k Green e ' »
G ii U o i ' n
t fio rii"« America. Metucl's tleriiuiny,
l'eiu aud Mexico. Abbott'a
Itali ami Austria. ItaiHliaiid's Itila
a lioiilg. r
china, VA ilberforce'a
Spa n Dh k on's .lapilli. Cla rk'« Tur
Ue> and MrCoan's F.gypt Mrs I.Inn
al » pive
Siepe.' b> Dr Sheldon
»Iso tecidved a glft of $6, llui prò
ci * at s of thè M' uiorlul day ball guitte
All t h e d o n n t t o u s are ver) mudi
apprerlaied bolli for thelr Intrtns r
i alile "ni for thè «pirli of lutei est
w li Idi 1« manifestili l>y thelr dimora.
L IB _K K IV
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S A T U a , A Y - JUNEiotjl
( ° IU " 'V Only)
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“THE BLAU BOB'
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on tht Pj.1
A D M I S S I O N 30c and
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Word lias been received from
r>r. Thompson, who is now
attending the Western Congress of
Optometry in Los Angeles, that he
will be home shortly and will make
one o f his first trips to St. Helens.
Dr. Thompson is taking post-grad
uate work while away and will be at
your service Saturday. June 17 with
the very best and latest methods of
Don't forget the date,
Saturday. June 17, Orcadla Hotel un
til 4 p m.— advt.
MEN S SUMMER
A U S T I N ’S
Mrs. J W. Day returned to St.
Helens Saturday after having spent
several days jn Tillamook attending
the annual convention of the Fed
eration of Oregon Women's clubs.
Many matters of importance came
before the convention and it was an
interesting meeting. The people of
Tillamook were very hospitable to
the delegates, Mrs. Day, who repre
sented the St. Helens W om an’s club,
Mrs. Alm ar Meserve o f the
Milton Creek section was also a dele
gate from Columbia county.
“The Money-Saving Grocer”
St. Helens, Ore.
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thè fu m i»
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I fan « |
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iota thè m
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The M I mi
f»pre»..!i : al
HI of them
•ue of The
$ f* .
Shiver your timbers!
Oceans of roars!
W a v e s of joy!
I r,Insti ir
li The alt
ioni ol t
I H citi»-»
Fresh Home Grown
1 mi 1 su1
metri»,<l» , »
ai», tt lt> '
Pt.""s a »1
a lower cost to you.
We want a chance to prove this a ,ser
Hon and ask you to visit our «tore.
J i lt E, pint bottle«.
J i ll E, quart b o ttle «...............
( t i l ! i !E— none Ix-tlrr, per II».
SI » l\ 1ST l*ORK * REA NS
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thè m uti
W'e make the claim that we can supply you with a combination
of service and quality that will he entirely satisfactory and ,»r
lume M th
I io» tomi
Uim pio i
is one of the chief items that should concern you cadi
month. Y ou r chief item of living expense is often your
grocery bill. Y o u are paying for produce anti for ser
vice, that is all, and you should take the opportunity
to investigate the costs.
on strawberries change« every day, sometimes twice
the season advances
We receive fresh pick»«! her
day and will follow the market giving you the bene
drop in prices.
I tbo »ber
nty “V " :‘
Your Grocery Bill
a day, as
fit of any
A lte rili
Sunday and Monday
bargains in millinery are now
■ i »ale a Milady’s Shop. June mil
linery sale to clear our shelves of
all spring and summer goods.
must make room for early fall stock
and to get this room we are making
sacrifice prices on millinery and
W e are quoting a 20 per
cent reduction on all capes in the
You can’t afford to ^n|kss
these bargains.— Adv.
10 my ut
[ nury "b
I after «
T H E :: L I B E R T Y
News has been received of the ap
proaching marriage of Miss Cather
ine Davis and Earl Jackson, both of
Miss Davis form erly held
the position of English teacher in
Si. Helens high school and has many
Mr. Jackson is also
known in St. Helens.
I he marriage
■1 t.ike place in Portland on Fri
Fair Grounds Park
It will be a good
Be sure to be there
who went to Corvallis to ^
her son < rs at f both afternoon and evening
. in . hennewitk.—
, ' Tru
receive the coveted sheepskin.
I has received a letter from tils fath-
A. H. Sandborg, who has been,
The Chautauqua lias pleased hun- er, H. A. Howe, who with Mrs H o w e 1
working in St. Helens for the past dreds and it Is expected that many has been spending several week, in
several months, left
Monday for people from the surrounding com-! Kennewick, Washington, their former
Cochran. Oregon, where he will work muni e.« will avail themselves o f the home.
During tile hot spell of last
in a logging camp. He wishes to keep opportunity to attend these high class, week the citizens of Kenm-wic k
informed as to the St. Helens news attractions during today. Saturdav surrounding country, «weltered ft ■
therefore ordered The Mist sent to and Sunday.
the rays Old Sol shot at them
He will return to St. Helens
In the fall.
at 2:30 o’clock
Made M m" Sunday
H e rb e rt
Gales of Giggles!
Y o u ’ll shake!
Y ou r sides will ache!
It will hold you lashed to
the mast with laughter.