Newspaper Page Text
4 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1917
. . , . 1 rnDDi rnDDrconvnrvrp t SCAPPOOSE tickets, got the freight from the on Tuesday. The surgeons found with Mrs. Nelglo, and had n very freight ollice ami all turned their the trunk of one nerve completely pleasant BftornooT. The next meet faces toward Scappoose. They are (severed nnd that of another hrulsed lug will ha nt Mrs. I, Hlk-h's, on Jim now nicely settled In the house they j and iullnmed.. The ends of tho sov-unry 6th. recently vacated, and we are glad toiered nerve were sewed together and' j,(in Rrlckson visiting with O, Christmas, merry Christmas, Is it really come again, With its memories and greetings. With its joy and with its pain? May there be peace to brighten, And health and love to glow. Whilst we listen in the starlight To the bells across the snow. Mrs. John Callahan, Sr., is report ed ill. S. F. Goodall is seriously ill with tonsilitis fever. Orville Garrison was home from Camp Lewis Sunday. . . D. W. Price was a business visitor in Portland Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Paige r.re occupying their own home again. Chapman camp closed this week on account of bad weather. John Anderson and Fred Grant are working on the lumber dock. Mrs. Holland was the guest of Mrs. Scott Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Price entertained the Ladies' Aid at her home Thursday afternoon. Robert McKay shipped a carload of potatoes to California this week. Mrs. Whitney, the fourth Eighth grade teacher since September, has resigned. Mr. Washburn and Marjorie spent the week end in Scappoose with Mrs. Washburn. Mrs. Johnston entertained Mrs. Stevens and Mrs. Blatchford at lunch on Thursday. Mrs. Chas. Boss, of Portland, spent last week with her mother, Mrs. Cloninger. Quite a few of our enlisted boys receive the Mist, and when they read these notes, remember Burt Barnett, of California, son of Mrs. M. E. Barnett, is a visitor In Scappoose this week. Congregational church Sunday school, 10:15; morning worship at 11:15; evening service, 7:30. Friends of Ernest Johnson will be glad to know he Is Improved and able to be brought home this week. A card from Norman and Boy stated they got started Thursday night and the rest of the boys Friday night. Reports of Dan Freeman state he is no better. Mrs. Freeman is with him. He was brought to Portland Tuesday. Mr. Hiatt, one of our soldier boys from Fort Stevens, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Miller Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Watts enter tained Rev. C. H. Johnston, Mrs. Johnston and daughter Gypsie at din ner Sunday. Grant Lynch is reported very ill. Dr. Cliff, of Portland, attended him Monday. There are indications of typhoid fever. Mr. Shadinger, of Spitzenberg, is very ill with pneumonia complicated with typhoid fever. He was taken to a Portland hospital by Dr. Hatfield. There was a party in the hall for the young folks Thursday evening. They Hooverized and denied them selves refreshments, but all enjoyed i. ' good time. John Johnson, who had an im portant operation at the Good Sam nitan hospital three weeks ago, is now convalescent. The operation is going to be a successful one. Mrs. J. W. Pomeroy went to the hospital last Saturday to be operated cn. Dr. Marsh performed the opera tion. She is now out of the hospital but not returned to her home. Harry West has donated one of his full blooded Jersey calves to the Red Cross work. It will be auction ed off New Year's day in the hall Anyone desiring this stock has a c'"nce to secure it. Tho sewing in the Red Cross work li progressing nicely. Another box v 'i soon be ready to ship. After Christmas is over anyone who would 1:1.3 to help with the knitting will be Kupplied with material. The doll in the Red Cross room v.vs raffled off Tuesday afternoon. ( liance No. 48, bought by John Rich eidson,' won it. About $65 was roilized. Mrs. Eskrldge, of Sheri dan, donated the doll, and Mrs I'Drry, of Portland, dressed it. Last week one of our notes stated Mr. and Mrs. Tony Marek had left for California to make their home there. When Mr. and Mrs. Marek arrived in Portland they were met by Ibeir son Louis, who Just arrived from California. He explained con ditions down there, redeemed the welcome them back. Later they ex pect to occupy the Lawsou house. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Price, of Port land, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. 1). V. Price. Hoy lias joined the officers' reserve and ex pects to leave for Camp Lewis Janu ary 4. All three of the Price hoys are now serving in the army. The Red Cross society will hold a turkey and chicken dinner on New Yoar's day In Watts & Price halt. Chicken dinner, 25 cents; turkey dinner, 35 cents. At these prices tho ladies can expect a large crowd. Dli.ner will be served any time after 12 o'clock. the other treated so that it Is now friends on the Flat. hopd he will have good use of his; Mf& Wm Soi,r,,rK vll(lt, Bl Mr. nrm- 'and Mrs. lloyt's of Warren last week. Blenton D. C.ustafson, of Imperial, j Mr!t Morton VH with Mrs Saskatchew an, visited lr. and Mrs. , (;lll(10art of s, 0I18 n0 day lust Hatfield during the week. lie l,fM week Tuesday morning tor his former home, Vernonla. Mr. liustafson went ! to Saskatchewan with his parents, five years ago, where he has lived , since on a big wheat farm, but he Nets Ltndherg is home from the camp at Cathlumet, where he has worked all summer. Mrs. Reynolds, who has been on has come back here to spend the win-! the sick list for soma time, is much ter. lie expects to return north In ! better at this writing, the spring. When he left there the. Mrs. Fowler, of liatnier, relumed thermometer was 35 degrees below i home last week, after a week's visit zero. j with her daughter, Mrs. (J. I.HlUii. Six more Scappoose boys have en-j Mrs. Walter White was shopping Miss Bertha Chlman. who has been I listed. They will leave Thursday In St. Helens lust week one day. teaching near Bandon, closed herl morning. On Tuesday the Grange ! While there she called on Mrs. lla- achool last Friday and Is home fori gave a pleasant farewell in honor of l0n- ,,,,,,n "l""0 1a t. ...ill ..... -. . . . uuuuuja. Hem, v mis wm ui ner i isorman miner, iioy r reeman, juck Tho party given hero by the Chris- vacation, for she has been re-em-i Duncan, Fritz Roblnsky, Jim Cain- tiun knnenvor recently was a very ployed for another eight months, to, ban and Mike Calnhan. Everyone , oJyllo affair. The evening was begin March 25. The term Just ; was requested to register and the'sPlM,t 1,1 ulavlllK Rumes. and after closed was her first, and was very! was requested to register and thelwnr,8R ver nppetUIng lunch was successful. following names were recorded: E. s,'rved by Miss Estella Km no and Tuesday morning Harry West was i Smith, Ernest Zeisman, Elliot Mac- Miss Florence Larson, shipping a bull by express on the 8 Arthur, Velma Lynch, Ernie J. Term- Walter Nolglo. of this place, went o'clock train. Just about the timelier. Otto Homing, Erllng Haugerud. lo 1'ortland last week to enlist In they were loading the animal heiAdalph Zeismnn, H. W. Roblnsky. U'nclo Sum's army. Walter will Ix broke the crate and got away. As i Gilbert McKay, Dix lloladay, Carl i Kroutiy missca i.y ins many menus. usual, John Kostraba was the hero. The bull did some side stepping as far as Wickstrom's but was finally led back to Scappoose blindfolded and shipped on the 11 o'clock train. The Stoouu w-..'Ol will hold their Christmas entertainment Monday evening at 7:30 in the church. In stead of the usual gifts of candy and fruit for the children this year the children are giving their bit for the little ones in the war country. Any one unable to be there and who de sires to help may hand their contri bution to Dr. Hatfield or any of the teachers. Umler the auspices of the Boys' Club, Lieutenant Barnett, from the French front, gave a talk on the war in th church Wednesday eve ning. It was an open meeting and appreciated by those who attended Lenore Metcalf Duncan has gone to Walla Walla, Wash., to spend the winter with her sister-in-law, Mrs Dobbins. She is planning to take 3 business course while there. Her husband, Jack Duncan, has Joined the coast artillery, O. N. G. Henry Wist was thrown from a horse this week, hurting his injured leg. The fall bent the silver plate and tore the flesh loose. This is hli third accident since summer. First was an automobile accident while out for a pleasure ride, lid woke up In the hor.pital. Second, the large truck which he was driving went over the embankment at Rocky Point, and he was in the hospital two months more. We all sincere ly hope this wil be his last escapade Fred Lange, whose arm was hurt in an accident at the mill about twe months ago and whose hand and arm had developed paralysis which the doctors attributed to the Injury to the nerves near their origin, was operated on at St. Vincent hospital ' He secured a short furlough and James Callahan. Mr. speni hunuay wnn ins parents ne Tetz, Clyde Adams, R. F. Mblock Oscar Nelson and Mrs. Chas. Wlckstrom. Gladys; to entering active service Garrison, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Adams.! There was a speclul meeting last Vinton Lyon. Mr. nnd Mrs. French, j Suturduy nt tho schoolhouse. to dls Ed lleimuller, E. Nelson, A. l Tann-icu"8 the building of a pluy shed. It ler. C. R. Osteen. Dennis Balch, Dol-s " stormy that only a few von lle Adams. Mrs. Ulckert. H N Mil-itured out, but thoso who were able Ft 7v JV .it .JV ler, Eva Garrison, Mr. and Mrs. R. Tetz, Arthur Haugerud, Christena to get out did their best. It was de cided to build a play shed 32x50 Rickert, Mike Callahan, Nellie Shat-j f,'t. " possible. to, Lillian McArthur. Armnnd Diin-I There will bo a Christmas treo and can, Robert Lynch, Vema Metcalf. 1 prognim here Friday. December 21, Mary McArthur, Jack Duncan, Leo-: at 8:30 a. m.. given by Miss Ernpo nore Duncan, John lleimuller, Frio-; and her school children. It Is certain da Roblnsky, H. L. Jobin, Norman H' '"' I'" K(1 attendance, as Buschman, Joe Metcalf, Carl Hel-; always is the case at the Hchoolliouse. muller, Floyd McKay, H. S. Hansen, j Following I the prognim: King su llen Tannler, Al. G. Duy, Henry i l"t and "America," by school; "Five Lange, Mrs. M. E. Shatto, Anna Little Christmas Candles, by t irsl j Lanfce, Mrs. Emma Van Cleave, Katie j grade; "Hastus' Lesson," by Crystal! Shrtto. Elsie Lange, Roy Shatto. j Burkhead ; "Christmas Carol" Myrtle Adams, Marie Walker, Mr. I (song), Bessie Jacohsnn; "Santa, and Mrs. Van Cleave, William Tann- Claus Court," 4th, 6th and 6th grade; ler, Ray Shatto, G. C. Roblnsky and boys; Her Good Points, Uisslle R. W. Chase. The dancing was the Skuzie; "The Rival Speaker," Earl main attraction of the evening. AWelen and Oscar Morton; "Silent fine supper was served at midnight. I Night Pantomime," by four girls; After bidding the boys good-bye and ' "Deacon Stebblns on False Econo wiiihlng them the best of luck the j my," Earl Weeden; "Flag Song." crowd broke up, reaizlng for the first, res by Joseph Bennett; "Don't Bite Christmas Greetings Could there be a better manner of using this space than by offering our Christ mas Greetings to those who through a year and a half have trusted and encour aged us and have, by their patronage and support, helped us to build a business fabric which we call ours, but which in reality is a small part of our common wealth? J.L.Williams & Sons Phone 34 West St. Helens & u u u u u time how lonesome it will be with out them. Whatever skies may bend ubove you. It's rather nice to know There are friends who fondly lovo you, s" No matter how far away you go. BACHELOR FLAT Miss Empo spent the week end In Portland. George Beerdahl was here over Sunday, renewing old acquaintances. Mrs. Godfrey Lllllch spent the week ond In Deer Island. the Hand That's Feeding You," Ethel Bennett and Agnes Enstron; "Moses Christmas Shirt," play by Agnes Eng stron, Carl Skryberg, Viola Sodet borg and Edward Madson; "Two Lit tle Kittens," Bessie Jacobson; "Merry Christ mas Bells," Ruth Mc Kee; "Christmas, My Christmas," a song by school; "Christmas on the Farm,' short play by 7th and 8th grades. There will ho free candy and nuts for the children. Join the Red Cross. Shipbuilding In Oregon should h". given every encouragement for It means development of many other The Sewing Circle met on the 8th lines of Industry. NEW YEARS NIGHT BIG MASQUERADE ON ROLLER SKATES Four Cash Prizes For the Best Costumes GLIDE SKATING RINK 4 TJSiSffi $antai?cm6 The Great Christmas Store Everybody Trades at Taber's We are doing the greatest " t UI CT D P" A Q C M " We nave what tne people want and our prices lit. i x l w i are so reasonable that you cannot helo buvintf business we have ever done SILK HOSE SILK UMBRELLAS IVORY SETS LADIES' PURSES . . LADIES' HAND BAGS KNIT GOODS SHAVING SETS FANCY DISHES LADIES' WAISTS DOLLS WOOLEN DRESS GOODS TOYS OF ALL KINDS CANDY (THE KIND THAT IS GOOD) CANDY (the kind that is good) CHILDREN'S SWEATERS RIBBONS GALORE HOUSE SLIPPERS FANCY BOX PAPER FANCY MIRRORS MANICURE SETS isWtS'$1.98 I Taber's Variety Store .