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ST. HELENS MIST, FRI DAY, JUNE 11, 1915.
li lt ft If i ' ; it w 'I A-A ill j Pi f.-l I ! i ! 1? (Ml f hi J Hi i !i P V w w w V W I CORRESPONDENCE j LA A A AAA A AAA A Ail HOULTON. David Cole Is at Deer Island at present. Mrs. Emma 13 el ford Is entertaining her half sister this week. Mrs. David Cole spent several days of last week In Portland. Mrs. Lily Perry returned to her home In Portland Saturday. Mrs. James Williams visited in Portland last week for a few days. T. S. White attended the Undertak ers' convention at Portland this week. C. A. Bramble left Saturday morn ing for Crescent, Ore., his new homo. Harry Sherman went to Portland on Monday to attend to business mat ters. Mr. Gortler, who lives near Yau'i ton at the home of his son, is very seriously ill. Mrs. Guy Bennett is entertaining her young cousin from out of the city this week. Robert Gensman of Westport, who visited his uncle, Geo. Gensman, has returned to his home. Mrs. John Holdort of near May gers, was the guesl of Mrs. S. E. Hendricks last week. William Melllnger was receiving congratulations on Monday, the oc casion being his birthday. Mrs. Chas. Smith has returned from Portland, and has entirely re covered from her recent operation. Mrs. Thompson White will leave on Wednesday, June 16th, for a two weeks' visit to San Francisco and the Pair. Rev. Merle Staines is here from Everett, Wash., a guest of his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Staines of this city. Mrs. Wilkinson if Rainier, is here for awhile, and is keeping house in her apartment house near Milton Creek bridge. Guy Boyd and wife have moved back to the Yankton neighborhood, where they resided previous to living in St. Helens. Mrs. Bumgardner of Salem, vis ited her many friends and old neigh bors In and about Houlton and Yank ton last week. Mrs. George Chambers and child ren will spend the Fourth of July at Sweet Home, Ore., at the home of R L. Welch and family. . Grandma 'Kale Is spending the summer months near Buhl, Idaho where she is with her daughter, Mrs J. D. Bonney and family. Robert McQueen and Miles Gens man returned Sunday from a three- weeks' stay at White Salmon, where they picked Btrawberries. Oscar Cornelius and Miss Lottie Yearin, both of Downings Landing visited friends in Houlton last week, coming up on Mr. Cornelius' motor cycle. Milton J. Ford is taking a vacation at present, and is spending his time at The Dalles and in Portland. He is expected to return home some time this week. Aaron Kelley and wife and C. White and wife returned Monday from a motor trip to Sweet Home, Ore., where they visited R. L. Welch and family. Rev. McDougal of Portland, deliv ered a most excellent sermon at the M. E. church on Sunaay evening. He was a guest of Rev. Snyder whom he has known very intimately for many years. Mrs. Mell and small son of The Dalles, who visited Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Larrabee for a few days, returned home Saturday, accompanied as far as Portland by Mr. Larrabee and son, Wilbur. Chas. Morris is reshingling his res idence and making other repairs made necessary by the blaze that vis ited him last week. Fortunately the fire was discovered before it caused much damage. Mrs. Beavers of Scappoose, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lanj berson, visited here last week. She was accompanied home by her little niece, Mildred Chipman, who spent a few days with her. Rev. Sanford Snyder left Monday for Salem for the week, where he will arrange to move his family here to live. He expects to return on next Tuesday with Mrs. Snyder, and they will be at home at the parsonage, the Anderson bungalow. The conundrum supper and social that the Ladies' Aid of the M. F. church of Houlton gave on last Fri day evening, was a financial success. The menu was very amusing, aad considerable difficulty was , experi enced by the patrons In selecting a well balanced dinner, as all the items appeared disguised. A guessing con test also afforded a great deal of amusement to the guests. A neat sum was realized, and the Aid Intends giving a dinner soon. Mrs. S. E. Hendricks gave an old fashioned 12 o'clock dinner on Thursday of last week, the occasion being In the nature of a reunion of old friends. Those who enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs. Hendricks were: Mrs. Bumgardner of Salem; Mrs. J. Holdorf of Mayger; Miss Lottie Tear- in and Oscar Cornelius of Mayger; Mrs. Knowles, Mrs. Guy Boyd, Mrs. TI108. Holstine, Mrs. Nick Brinn and Mrs. Usher, all of Yankton, and Henry Bumgardner of Warren. An excellent dinner was served and the friends enjoyed a day filled with reminiscences. WARREN. P. A. Almquist Is building a new barn on his place. Miss Hattle Grewell, who Is work ing in St. Helens, epent Sunday at home. Mrs. R. O. Hazen, who has been ill for the past week. Is now able to be up again. James Baker is visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Baker. , The service held in the Evangeli cal church Sunday evening was well attended. The Woodmen held memorial serv ices at the I. O. O. F. cemetery Sun day afternoon. Miss Lambertson of Scappoose, spent last week at the home of her aunt, Mrs. H. F. Bennett. Miss Hilda Muhr, who taught school In Powell Valley this term, re turned to her home Monday. Mrs. S. Smedeberg of Powell Val ley, formerly of Branfort, Kansas, is visiting old acquaintances here. A number of the Warren ladies at tended the social given by the M. E. church at Houlton last Friday night. An enjoyable time was reported. Mr. and Mrs. Leander Johnson and daughter, Mabel, Miss Anna Larson and Mr. Harold Berglund of Port land, visited at C. J. Larson's home last Sunday. Don't forget the social at Erick aon's hall June 16, to be given by the W. C. T. U. for the purpose of rais ing funds to establish a public play grounds at Warren. NEWSY NEWS TRENHOLM. Mr. Wallace passed Sunday . in Houlton. P. A. Brockway visited Houlton Tuesday. Gus Whitenbel journeyed to St. Helens Tuesday. A. Perry has moved his family here for the summer. Mrs. Gus Whitenbel visited Mrs Smith at Happy Hollow Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Mode Griffith are vis iting in Portland for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. JoTin McAllister are attending the Rose Show In Portland this week. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Kelly have moved into the Ernest Mclntyre house for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kyle left Tues day for Portland to attend the funer al of Mrs. Clara Bryngleson. Several of the young men of the Western Cooperage Co. are taking a few days' vacation to visit the Rose Festival. Mr. and Mrs. John McAllister, Miss Hilda Coolidge and Will Woer ner, attended the ball game at Deer Island Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fowler, Ruth Fowler, Lena Heln and Clyde Hein, motored to Portland Wednesday to attend the Rose Show. Mrs. Eunice McAllister has been appointed our new postmistress and the office is located at her home. We are very glad Mrs. McAllister accept ed the position, as she is worthy in every way to have charge of Uncle Sam's mail. Frank Olsen and Miss Mary Ray mond were married in Portland last Wednesday, returning to Trenholm Thursday. A routing serenade was given them in the evening. -Mr. Ol sen is employed at the Western Coop erage mill and has made many friends by his genial manner; and they have the best wishes of this lit tle community for future success and happiness. Both Mr. and Mrs. Olsen are residents of Portland and are here only for the summer. This community was grieved to learn of the death of Mrs. Clara Bryngleson, which occurred June 1st at St. Vincent hospital. Mrs. Bryngleson was well known In this vicinity. She was an excellent neigh bor; a faithful wife and her exem plary life made her beloved and re spected by all who knew her. She leaves a husband to mourn her loss, and a host of sorrowing friends, who extend to him their heartfelt sym pathy in this great sorrow. Funeral services were held at Zellar's under taking parlors, Portland, Oregon, June 9th. 1 VV WW www Ray Chapman was a Portland vis itor Saturday. Mrs. Von A. Gray spent Monday shopping in Portlaud. Miss Anne Kotel of Goble, was In St. Helens Wednesday. Miss Amy George is visiting this week In Portland, with her sister, Mrs. W. B. Mackay. Miss Lulu George Is spending the weok bore visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. George. Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Stearns, David Lloyd Stearns and Miss Louise Stearns, were visitors in the city Sun day. Misses Anne and Susie Ketel have returned home for the sumnior vaca tion. Miss Lois Clear Is spending the week in Portland as the guest of Miss Berutce Musten. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. lllakesloy, accompaoied by Mrs. T. Inboator and Mrs. D. W. Richardson, motored to Portland Monday. Mrs. Bert Hoffman of this city, has been chosen queen of tlio Crown flour float at the Portland Rose Show, an honor to be prized very highly. Rev. F. II. Sundlfur will deliver a lecture :In Europe Before the War," on Friday evening, June 25th. Curios and souvenirs gathered will be dis played. A fullor announcement will bo published later. Social Events 4 IkAAAAAAA AA A A Ai Last Thursday evening Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross entertuined very de lightfully at their spacious home in St. Helens, in honor of Mrs. O. H. John, who has recently gone to 11 waco, Wash., to join her husband and reside permanently. The even ing was spent in a contest at "500," In which 24 of the guests participat ed, honors being taken by Mr. W. II. Dillard. The prize was a beautiful Japanese basket containing a large bouquet of Testout roses. Dainty re freshments were served. Those pres ent were: Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Stone, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Zipperer, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rotger, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. John, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Muckle, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Van Orshoven, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dillard, Mr. and Mrs. David Davis, Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Peel, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Miller, Mrs. L. R. Farris, Miss Beryl Muckle, Miss Lois Clear, Miss Dorothy John, the guest of honor, Mrs. C. II. John, and the host and hostess. Miss Lois Clour entertained for Miss Porothy John last Friday even ing, nt tlio homo of her grandmother. Mrs. Annie Cox, In St. Melon". The evening was spent In a delightful manner with music, games and lunch eon. The guest of honor Is very pop ,,ir with tho younger set tn this city, and hr departure for her parents' ....... tmii.n nt ltwttt-0 was nmuo me occasion for several social affairs among tlio young people. Those pres ent at Miss Clout's l)rty were: Miss Lucille llobhs, Miss Inez Harbor, Mis Ethel Ston, Miss Gladys llolilis. Miss Cnlura Dixon, Miss Eugenia nomlnir. Miss Helen Won, Miss Dor othy John. Miss Marian llukor, Miss Merna Yeoman and tho hostess. Mrs. W. J. Muckle gave an "at homo" Friday afternoon In honor of her sister, Mrs. C. H. John, who loaves Tuesday morning for Soavlow. Wash. Tho rooms woro beautifully decorated with red Itlchniond mid Carolino Testout roses. Mrs. John, Mrs. Peel and Mrs. Uotgor poured. Tho guests wore: Mesdames ('. It. John, A. J. l'eel, W. II. Wlhird. Ed win lloss, E. E. Quick. T. Osblster. J. Grant, I'. W. Evuns, L. C. Chase, M. E. Miller, J. L. Zipperer, Amin Cox, E. A. ltotger, K. V. John. David Dnvls, L. H. Karris, Misses Dorothy John and Beryl Mucklo. Mrs. J. 11. Wellington nnd Mrs. Eugeno lllakesloy wero joint host esses at a dinner party Saturday evening nt the Wellington home, In honor of Mrs. A. J. Doming. The table was heautirui wmi a comer piece of white Drueskl roses. Covers wero laid for the following: Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Doming, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene lllakesloy, liny Cliupuiun, Eugenia Doming, Oswald and John Doming, Lester Wellington, ltonald lllakesloy and Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wellington. Mr. and Mrs. ('has. Brown enter tained Sunday afternoon In honor of Mr. Ilrown's brother nnd his bride, who wero married hist week In Port land. Tho guests were Mr. and Mrs. Eher Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Dolmor Maston, Mr. anil Mrs. Holand Musten, Lois and Wiluia Musten. DEER ISLAND. Miss'Hammer was in Houlton Mon day. Elmer Connell wag a Portland vis itor Monday. There was a dance at Deer Island Saturday night. Albert Butterfield spent the week end at Portland. Ethel Smith of Scappoose, is visit ing friends at Deer Island. Ruel Galttens spent the week end at Portland, taking In the ball game. Butterflelds of Portland, have taken up their country home for the summer at Hill Crest. In a hard-hitting game at Deer Mrs. Glen R. Metzger gave an "at home" in honor of her mother, Mrs. Shannon, Wednesday afternoon. The rooms were beautifully decorated with syrlngla and Dorothy Perkins roses. Mrs. P. McGoety, Mrs. L. G Ross and Mrs. L. R. Rutherford as sisted about the rooms. The follow ing called during the afternoon: Mesdames Alma Heilhurn, Jncob George, E. E. Quick, A. J. Demlng, P. McGorty, S. C. Morton, L. R. Ruther ford, J. S. Allen, L. G. Ross, W. W. Blakesley, Eugene Blakesley and Miss Heilbron. Two auto parties from Goble pass ed through St. Helens yestordny morning enroute to Portland to see the Rose Carnival and visit points of the Columbia Highway on the Upper Columbia. One party consisted of Frank Bishop, Mrs. O. A. Giles, Mrs. Henry Welter, Miss Maude Bishop and Miss Dorothy Fowler. Those of the other party were Wm. Jordan and wife, Henry Jordan, Cass Fow ler and Miss Gladys Jordan. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Rutherford en tertained Tuesday evening at their home with a dinner party in honor of Mrs. J. T. Shannon. The table was artistically decorated with Dorothy Perkins roses. Covers were laid for Mrs. J. T. Shannon, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Metzger and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Allen. Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Ross wero din ner hosts Wednesday evening at their nome, in honor of Mrs. J. T. Shan non. The guests were Mrs. J. T. Shannon, Mr. and Mrs. Glen It. Metzger, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Allen. LeBter Wellington was host Thurs day evening with a crawfish party In honor of Dan Hall, who was visiting here this week with his brother, Reese Hall. CHURCHES. M. K. Church. Sunday School 10 a. in., lesson subject: Tho Blessedness of For giveness. At 11 a. m., Children's Day exercises will bo given. Kpworth League 7 p. ni.; topic, Tho Kind of Living und Thinking That Makes Leaders. Leader, J. S. Allen. Even ing sermon 8 p. m.; tlmmo, The Preaching Demanded Today. Evory ouo is welcomed. Come nnd let us worship together. It will help you on life's dusty highway. F. N. Sun difur, pastor. NOTICE. I, tho undersigned, do hereby no tify the public that I will not ho re sponsible for any debts or actions of my son, Alfred Tooloy. Signed this 2!Hh duy of May, 1SI5. 25-lt. FltANK A. TOOLEY. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that L. E. Allen has been legally appointed by the city council as Chief of tho Flro Department, and by virtue of his oflice is empowered to enforce nil or dinances of tho city relativo to fire protection and that all orders and notices from him relative to same must bo obeyed. E. E. QUICK, City Recorder. Island last Sunday the Night Hawks won a victory over the Trenholm boys. It was an exciting game from start to finish. A large crowd from Houlton and Trenhoim attended the game. Deer Island didn't miss the game, either. The Night Hawks will play Columbia City next Sunday. REUBEN. J. M. Lindsay was a Rainier visitor on Tuesday. Ernest E. Ouin, wife and son, left here for the state of Ctah on Wednes day. W. E. Wiley and William M. Pills bury of Portland, were in town Fri day. Miss Sophie Rambalskl of Port land, visited with her brother, Con Rambalskl, on Sunday. F. F. Knight of Dllley, Oregon, was In town Saturday looking after his land holdings in this vicinity. Mrs. Myra Newton of Utah, stopped over Saturday to visit her mother, Mrs. Jane Zenor. She left Sunday morning for Seaside, her former home, to visit her two daughters. NOTICE. Thn moss must ho removed from tho roofs of all buildings In the city limits of St. Helens within evcn days after tho date of this publica tion. There will bo ,,o further no tice and all buildings not cleaned when that time expires will he cleaned by the Flro Department and assessments made against tho prop, erly. Ail fire ordinances will be en forced strictly according to law L. E. ALLEN, Chief Flro Dept Every NOV and THEK We remind you that the time to il0 It la NOW1 We want to Jog up the frail memory that remembers but present things! You said some time ago you were going to start your ac couut here. You put It off. 8evor.il times you made the resolution. You put It off. You can never accompli what you do not begin. Do it Now, COLUMBIA COUNTY BAKE St, Helens, Ore. OLDEST IN THE COUNTY BUSINESS GETTERS ,oung pigs for salo. ( Warren, Ore. J. Larson, 23-tf. Dr. Stone's Hlvfl druggists.1'"0 1: -S New 20-foot fish boat for salo nt dogry rsrtt rudrd"treet' "and !Z r0Ward- 26-3t. Lost One yoarllug Ilorofrd calf' color red with white face; Inform!' lion in regard to same will be re warded. Mist olllco. 24 3t A small Jeweled gold cross has eon )uml. Owner may secure same calling at Tho Mtat office and pay. Ing for this ad. berry I!rt7A,rn,lty of l.lnl.y. coh,ynihtntvle4r xizAry THE TEMPTING BITE A Is often to be found In the well-kept grocery Mo especially If ninnagod In etrlct observance of the r' rod laws, which we are etrlot believers jn. All our r cerles nro selected and bout ht by us, with purity u I paramount condition, and everything absolutely uw .nteod. A. S. HARRISON & CO. HT. 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