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ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAV, DECEMBER 26. 191
'V. 'si .fe; MISTMISTINGS Mr.- Jacob George and E. A. Rot ter were Portland visitors Tuesday. Mias Barbara Josdaa spent Christ mas with the home folks near Goble. C. H. Thompson was a Portlanu visitor Tuesday. Krt. W. B Mdyard wua PortlanJ ,. shopper Monday. .Mr, and Mrs. Harlo Andersoc spent Christmas with friends in the Scappoose neighborhood. . Mlas Grace HowelKwent up to Portland Thursday night to enjoy a day with friends in the metropolis. Miss Laura Barber and Mr. and Mrs. R. D. IJff of Portland spent Christmas with St. Helens relatives. Mrs Flora Owens came down : from Eugene to spend the holiday Eeason here. J. P. Lloyd of Deer Island was In ' St. Helens Tuesday doing-a little Christmas shopping. ; J. B. Godfrey left Wednesday for Harrlsburg, Ore., to spend the Chrlst ' mas holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Von A. Gray and "children spent the day with relatives in Portland Christmas. Mrs. Gertrude Norton was a guw of her friend Mrs. W, E. Lldyard ' Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Frank George spent Christmas Day with relatives in Port : land. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Broushtor; : and daughter spent Christmas with ' Mr. Broughton'a parents in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Searle Hattan of ' Aberdeen, Washington, are expected . to. arrive In St. Helens Sunday for a visit with relatives here. . Mr. and Mrs. H. Stokes and daush- ter Jessie came down to St. Helens Chri8tma.1 day for a short visit at the home of Clifford Stokes. R. P. McKie has huelit the ante truck and drayaee hvslne! from : Frank Wilkins and wit crnduct that business himself. Mrs. J. W. Allen la'', uni'ay foi Youngstown. Ohio, to visit 'ler mo ther and sisters. She will be nrsent 'for a month or more ' Miss Lena Walker arrived home Tuesday to spend the holiday season with her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. N. E. Walker. Misses Hildred and Ida Peach of Seattle are here to spend the hoS days and are the guests of Mrs. L. L. Decker. The steamer Wahkeena arrived In Tuesday night and is taking on a full cargo of lumber for San Pedro, Cal ifornia, delivery. Afer spending om. time n' Ifsrnia. F. T. Lldyf r! has returned to O'"o and Ik here a few davs visit with hlr brother W. E l.ldvard Mr. and Mrs. George H. Shinn i. soent Christmas with relatives In Portland, returning to St. Helens to day. P. P. Grewell and Lewis Snldei prominent residents ?f the Warren, district were callers at the Mist of- ce Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sera fin and riilldrcn of Trenholm were di.lngl C hristmas shopping In St Helens j . -cu.j auu puving a snon visit lo Mrs. Serafin'b parents Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Svensen wh! have been living at Aberdejn, Wash ington, for the past two vears have , returned to St. Helens an 1 will make , their home here. M fs Mary WalkT wh teaches lno. over in Montana . ., m St. Helens the first of tho week to spend the holiday sen con with brr parents, Mr. and Mrs. .. E. Walker A HAPPY NEW YEAR And thank you for your confidence and patron age which has made the business of our store the largest in any year past. We will have an important announcement for you in the near future and one which will show our appreciation of your valued patronage. AUSTIN'S The Quality Store, St. Helens, Oregon. R. B. Jones left Saturday for Mis soula, Montana, to spend the holi days with his parents. Miss Madge Allen lott Sun-iay ev ening for Spokane to speed the holi day season with her mother. She t 111 return to St. Heleu shortly af ter the first of the Now Year. Harold Beaver went to Portlana Wednesday afternoon to spend Christmas with Mrs. Beaver and son who are there on a visit to Mrs. Beaver's mother, Mrs. Mollte Masten. Steve Lamps was in from Yankton Tuesday doing Christmas shopping His son Bert recently killed two large ioouj. and Steve says they were the largest ones (he has seen In many vears. Kit pnyers was up from Clata knnle f day. He and Mrs. Conyers wjll soon return to St. Helens, Kli having accepted a position with the St. Helens Dock 6 Terminal Com pany. UU. IT1 1 1 K . k Tl .. .. ... I. , 1. ... . ciiairoiii ( UN J i iiu iviiviiri tbn Forn Mill sphnnl nMP HftlnlAi" came home to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Perry. Ben Copeland went up to Portland Monday and drove back a brand new Dort automobile which will soon be disposed of to some one who wants a real good car. . The steamer Mendora began taking on a consignment of ties Monday morning after having been Idle for 10 days account of the snow and freete. Mrs. J. E. Ramsey, who has been quite sick for the past week, is' now much better though not well enough to resume her duties in the bakory salesroom. John Southard cume down from Seattle last week to spend the holi days with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Southard. John attends the University of Washington. The Methodist Ladies Aid Sterlet v wlll hold their monthly "silver tea II hnlrt tholr mnnlhln "ollvs. Friday afternoon, Jan. 2. 1920, at the home of Mrs. A. S. Hisey. Every body is cordially invited. Mrs. Albertlna Llndahl of Warren and August Emll Anderson of Long U".ke, Minnesota, were united in mar- r.age Saturday by Rev. A. 8. Hisey. The ceremony was performed r.t the Methodist parsonago. County School Superintendent Al len spent Christmas witli relatives an friends In Washington county an took the Christmas dinner with his sister, Mrs. J. P. Cooper in Forest Orove. Both Bert Stone and Fred Wal king who are in the Good Samaritan hospital In Portland are reported a. getting along very nicely. Numor- oils St. Helens friends called on them Christmas. Mr onH Mr. U...V.I. .u .... ....m,, operations or these plants through have been living In Alberta for some- the movies - "ruugn lime, tired of the cold weather, so p. , , came back to St. Helens Just In time ..'.. M?r.t?"'.r,'!c'flc Coal ReD to get the benefit of the zero weather r ,V6 f A""5ator 011 r' l.ere lnK rmpnny who was here Christ- The American Legion will give a 7"w,1,,,,eYe ,or u'8 Sun dance at the City Hall New Years1 ay to 1Uond tt conference of salea nvfl t?i a o . . I men and managers at the fnctnrv nt f the arrangements, states that he has an excellent orchestra to furnish the music and he expects a large csowd to be present. Mr. nnd r.Ms. T. J. Fllppln, Jr spent Christmas with the home folks In Rainier. Mr. Fliooln will leave Sunday for Corvallls to attend the Farmerf and Homemakers' Week Conference at the O. A. C. and will be absent until January 3rd. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rodgers and Carl Rodgers, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heilborn. son and daughter and Miss Emma Morton and Paul C. Mortou all of Portland were Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Morton and Miss Olga Heilborn. E. I. Ballagh is confined to his home suiter In g with an attack of bronchitis. Mr. and Mrs. L. Rosasco came up fioni Clatskante Wednesday night to spend Christmas at home. Hugh Mason closed up shop on Chrtetmas day and spent the day with friends in Portland. Lester Wellington and Dr. John Demtng were Portland visitors Fri day. Jimmy Cox came down from Port land to spend Christmas with his grandmother. Mrs. Annlo Cox. T. S. White made n professional trip to Rainier and Clatskanlo this week. Mrs. L. A. Hammond went to Port land Friday for a short visit with friends. Mrs. S. B. Hoskin has as her guests l:er mother, Mrs. Rankin and her brother, Reginald Rankin, of Port land. Of the twenty odd million acres which comprises Ireland nearly one seventh are barren, being mountain, turf, bog or marsh. Mr. and Mrs. J. Johnson who for merly lived in St. Helens and in the Warren district but for the past sev eral years have been residing at Knnppn, are in St. Helens to remain several months. After putting In several very busy days helping to wait on the hundreds of people who thronged the Austin store. Lelatid Austin went home on Thursday morning to spend Christ mas with the home folks In Wood burn. In the face of a growing scarcity of sugar, more than a billion and a nuarter pounds of sugar, valued ai nearly t97.000.00n, were exported from the United Slates during the nrst. ten months of the present year " - commerce report uepcrtment ! - sllowS. The meeting of the Women's club which was to have heen held on Wed nesday afternoon, December 31st, has been postponed on account of the Silver Tea which will be held in Ue Methodist church parlors on that af- ,.- ti. . . ,V . '"Tun '7JLf til not wish to have their meetlnr con flict with the tea as they wish to help the U. of O. students all they possibly can In raising funds for the Women's Building fund. A. K. Tolsma, field representative of the Imperial Film Company war. here Tuesday the guest of Wm Bestone, owner of the Liberty The ater. It is the intention of Mr. Tol sma to make some of the industrial activity In St. Helens a aim tZZ The mill. ,..! .i,i.,i .n. prlnctnal suhlert. d h.,nH,.T. "t thousands of people will watch the . 7 l--F -in wait i L1', compa.ny- . E 1 aagh. Clyde ' "T V ... V. " wno Knnw the , .f '.he " ler"en and loggers in oil clothing, have made sketches of what they think the most suitable rll clothing for this territory and iir. morion win suggest to the far tory that they make such garments Mrs. timer Blackburn and Mrs E. C. Laws entertained the Hlmalva Club with a delightful party tt their residences on Friday night, Dec. 19 The fore part of th evening wai snent in Chrlstmns style at Mrs. Blackburn's home, with a Christmas tree and presents for all. The puests wero then Invited to follow airs. Laws to her home where re rresliments were served. The table was prettily decorated In holiday col crs I. J '- Dopplmaier and E. C. Lows j have formed a partnership In the automobile business. They have pleased the Gem Theatre building on me htranu and it Is being remodelled ,and put in first class condition for a ; salesroom. The DverlunH r.mnt 1 Hupmoblle and other cars will be' carried in stock and they will also Handle a line of accessories. Mr Laws has i.ilgned his position with A. J. Deming and will be ready to try the new venture about January 1st, when It Is expected that the building "in ne completed. The census takers are supposed to oe on me jon junuary 1st, 1920. A ; man nameu Crawford who lives In ; nniem is in charge of the work in Oregon, but he has neglected to Ic , form the Mist who will be the census i takers In Columbia county. En ou'ry at the post-office revealed the , ihci tnat the post-master had not !.nen favored with any definite In. formation, so all the Information we enn give Is that advices from Wash- ngron Btnte a census will he taken Terhaps Crawford will wake un nri i furnish additional Information. The Mist has received a communca Hon from state headquarters of the Private Soldiers and Sailors Legion, etatlng thnt It was desired to organic a post in St. Helens. It Is stated that the organization is a national one of ex-service men below the rank of a commissioned officer at the time of their discharge from military service A charter was granted to the Legion PV Aft nf Plr n.r... nn I I . . - " ..w.p.,Bn iiHsncu in marcn cf this year. Any ex-service man In. tercsted in the organization of the r.ost here may secure full Informa tion by addressing state headquarters t 418 Panama Building, Portland, Oregon. P. C. Jacohsen received word last "turday of the death of his brother . '. jscobsen. He was In an "tomohlle with onother man and when crossing a railroad track, was mruna ny a irain. Both of the o "insnts of the car were instantly neremner 9lh. near Wettsonvllle. s'ded In St. Helena and was butter nsker at the St Helens Co-operative Plnnt when It Tlrst began nneratlnn The Annual meeting of the stock- i'oiiers or the St. Helens Creamery Association will he hold on Saturday. January 3rd. The report of officers "nd election of officers will be at 10:30 A. M. Dinner will be served In th basement of the Methodist Church end there will be a program 'ter dinner. President William tVur.le ertends an invitation to ev. U. OF O. STUDENTS WORK FOR COLLEGE Campaign on to raise fafl.lNMI to ( Complete Women's llulkllng Throughout Oregon the campaign launched to raise $ SO, 000 to com plete the Woman's building at the University of Oregon Is being carried cn by the student body of tho uni versity. The ccmpalgn In St. Helens rnd vicinity Is being led by Miss Alma Ditto and she has the hearty co-oporutlon and able assistance of Lester Wellington, Cecil Ross, Wal den Dillard and Mason Dtllard, all students at the university.' 1 The state legislature appropriated 100,000 tor the building, and would have appropriated the full amount, vis $200,000 but wore unable to do 'so on account of the six per rent tax limitation law. Friends of the uni versity therefore took It upon them 'reives to raise the remaining $100, 000. i Now Irk tao.OOO. To complete the building $30,000 s needed. Those familiar wlti' conditions at Eugene state that the nresnt bulnldlng tor women la bad ly crowded and even the old gym nasium built In tho 80'a Is being nsed to take caro of a portion of the many women who attend the uni versity. The St. Helens eommlttee will e?i deavor to ralso $500 In this terri tory. If they surceed, they will be honored and St. Helens will be hon ored by having a tablet In the bulld og. As one method of raising a. portion of the funds a Jltnev Dance will be given at the city hell Satur day night. A general admission of 25 cents will be charged and a good orchestra from Portland will furnish the music. Everyone Is invited to "ttend the dance and a pleasant time Is assured. To further roll ur the funds, a Pllver Tea will he given in the church oarlors of the Methodist church Wed nesday afternoon. December 31st. 'rom i to t o'clock. In addition to this, a thorough canvass will be made nd everyone glvon rn opportunity o help out In the good cause. The "ommlttee feels optimistic ns to the result of their work and believe that In addition to tho pride which St. Helens peoplo take in the university ind the interest they feel In having nroper accomodations for Its stud ents, thr.t pride in St. Helens doing thet which Is expected of the city, will bring forth many subscriptions. The committee want the unlvorsltv luthorltles to know that St. Helens! 's on the map of Oregon and that he city will do Its share In sny com mendable enterprise. LARGE CROWD AT PERFORMANCE At the City Hall un Tuesday e ening a large crowd was delighted with the manner In which the Cath olic Children acquitted themselves 'n dramatic roles. The young Thes pians were thoroughly imbued with the spirit nf their lines and. thus 'quipped, evinced no marks of ner vousness or hesitation. "Christmas Eve In the South," a rollicking comedy In three scone was presented by the girls. It af forded a great number of laughs. "Tho Lad In Khuxl. the Boy In Blue, and the Girl In Immaculate White," a war sketch by Fr.ther Clancy originally performed at Keith's In New York, was well pre rented by three of the boys p.nd Rita Maston, rs Rod Cross Nurse. The "Ploce de restutance" of the rvening, however, was the playlet en titled "Echoes from Bethlehem," ss nacted almost faultlessly by tho hoys. They were attired In costumes picturesquely representing tho ap parel of tho firBt century. To single out any one character cs deserving of especir.t praise would bo unfi.lr to tho others; all received the highest ' nrelse. Tho final scene, a tableau, 1 made a deep Impression on the nud 'enco. It pictured the Nativity of nirlst. The Virgin Mother, the Three Klags, the Shephords, and rngeis wore beautifully portrayed. During tho tubleau. Miss Genevieve Clancy sang Gounqd's Ave Maria, nnd the hymn. Silent Night. At the conclusion of the nerfov. rnca toys and candy were distributed. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Larabee have received a telegram from their son, Lieutenant Colonel Larabeo an nouncing his safe arrival in N York. He was ordered to nrorend in i wr.suington to deliver some army records and ho thought ho would soon secure a furlough and come to St. Helens for a lengthy visit. For Hale 1 lot with 3-room shack extra tine garden soli, a few bearing iiuii. i! ecu, some nerries, sewer on place. In Columbia Park Addition blocks north of laundry Prix- $300.00 Terms to suit or wnniH trade for household goods or used car. J. W. 8ralth. Owner, St. Hel cins. Ore. o.o. A number of pastors from all nvr the county met at the Clnmhr nf Commerce rooms Monday to discuss tho campaign of the Inter-Church of Scappoose Is the head of the work in Columbia county and at a later date he will give tho Mist a detailed statement of Just what Is expected of the county and In the county. The Inter-church movement is growln throughout the country and results tnus rar ontained have been highly .satisfactory and beneficial, It I. stated. Deputy Sheriff Butler returned to St. Helens the first part of the week after having put In several strenuous days In the Nehalem. They wore not strenuous on account of chasing crim inals but because there was so much snow that It was difficult to get around. He made the trip from Mist to Vorona by horseback and It took 6 Hours to go the 10 miles. When the snow stopped fultng road super visor James Hill got busy and with an Improvised snow plow, cleared Off the road between Mist and Birkei. feld and towards Clatskanie. so trnv. el on those ror.ds was little Inter FARMERS WEEK DECEMBER 29TII Complete program .In home eco nomics for Farmers' and Homemak ers' week just completed la expected to bring hundreds of farmers' wives and others Interested to the college December 29 to January 3. A spe cial point la being made of topics with a practical application to every day life. With a view to reducing the II. C. of L. tor example, Miss A Grace Johnson? professor of house' hold administration, will discuss "Teaching Thrift In the Home." Tuosday morning W. F. Gaaklns, head of the department of mualr, will speak on "Music In the Home." This will be followed by demonstra tion 3f cookery by Henry Thlale. Wednesday morning "Child Care" will be discussed by Mrs. Rarah W. Prentiss. Instructor In household science, "Rural Sanitation" will be taken up by Prof. a. V. Copson of the department of bacteriology. Dr. K. W. DuHusk of the University or Oregon will speak on "Child Wel fare." "Adaptation of Commercial Pat- FIRST NATIONAL BANK Member Federal itrsorve System CIIA8, GRAHAM. ITesMrnt II. A. CIIILDH. (ashler NOTIC1 ' All those owing accounts at the Morgut. store are hereby notified that unless the same re settled, their collection ill be enforced by law. This is th second and last notice. Call at the store and settle the accounts. H. MORQUS St. HELENS I1TNEY DANCE St. Helens City Hall Saturday Night December 27 Given under auspices of St. Helens students of the U. of 0. and for the purpose ot Women's Building Fund Everyone Cose and Have a Good Time land la the flrat mhi... . rrt- morning. "Camouflage An' Woman's Dress" by Helen Lee 1. pro essor of household art, Is eiuiwl?' ed to attract considerable JitX1 School luncheons will b, d."l.lon; by Miss Wlnnona Cruls? ft 7o In household science. Friday morning program will u. with the thrift talk by MIm J .i,."1 Ml.. Helen McF.ul. forml'r'o ' C land, will tell how to renovate . Edmund Uurney will tell ' V Knowledge Which I. Useful Home." Mrs. Ida A t't., r Kidder mill speak on "&: Home" Saturday morning f study will be discussed by pro. , "J Brumbaugh, professor of psy,L, ' ' anil al nr vi oil I... ... IVwIogjr. on, Instructor In drau.atlo art na Th . in . ""I'Kiuiieiii on Januarr 1 wll Inaugurate a throe-n.onth,' Id vortlslnv ruinn. i.. .. "u" eommunltle. rV..'."r".,nan 9 : " - ciues or Um country where siixllllary army Vi crultlng stations tro located. It wi announced. ' THREE ESSENTIALS In dealing wl'.h a commercial bank for you to bear i mind: The bank's paid-in capital, In crplua and It Board cf D. rectors. With ampin capltui iMl lar.:o rash s-jrnlus, lui t tcar nslbio directorate, you ,-ri t'fo In entrusting your fund, lo such an Institution. Our "tik ins a high rep.itntlou. You gain prestige by dealing here. OREGON lery stockholder to be present rupted.