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St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933, March 26, 1920, Image 8

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Miss Lois Clear was a guest ot
Portland relatives Sunday.
Mrs. Charles Graham was a Port
land shopper Tuesday.
Mrs. J. W. Akin was a Portland
shopper Wednesday.
Father J. P. Clancy has been quite
111 this week but is now convales
McLeron Hallihan of Rainier was
In St. Helens eWdnesday on a short
visit to Father Clancy.
W. T. Hinson returned Tuesday
from a business .trip to Vancouver,
Miss Emma Mcrton and Miss Nell
Wertz of Portland were guests of
Mrs. S. C. Morton Tuesday.
Mrs. A. E. Fraley of Eugene was
a week end guest ot her daughter,
Mrs. Harold Broughton.
Dr. and Mrs. L G. Ross and Master
John Koss visited friends in Port
land Tuesday and Wednesday.
Miss Jo Adams returned Monday
evening after a week's visit with
relatives in Centralia, Washington.
Mrs. Fannie P. Ross spent several
days with friends in Portland tlito
Nets Lindgren who lives In tha
Yankton district, transacted business
in Portland Tuesday.
Charles Beckman has returned to
St. Helens after a week's visit witr
friends in Portland.
William Russell transacted busi
ness In Portland Monday and Tues
day. J. T". Scott the photographer, was
a business visitor in Portland Tues
B. B. Whitten, a
er ot Sauvics Island, was a business
visitor in St. Helens Monday.
Mrs. Gus Lope and Mrs. B Om
mandeson were visitors to the me
tropolis Monday.
Pauline Hlgbee, daughter of Rev.
Higbee of Houlton, underwent fcu
operation at the Good Samaritan
Hospital Wednesday. The operation
was successful, and the little miss
has returned home.
Miss Lillian Burns ot Corvallis,
Oregon, was a week end guest of
her friend. Miss Madeline Allen.'
Miss Burns Is an Instructor In the
commercial department of the Ore
gon Agricultural college.
Henry Larsen went up to Oregon
City Sunday to visit with his father
and mother who have recently re
turned from California. They will
come to St. Helens In the near future.
i Relieving Nerve Strain-That's
rrj what Dr Thompson s glasses
are doing, ll you nave reason
State Senator and Mrs. Norbltd of
Astoria, wero Sunday cets at the
home of Representative K. I. Bal-
lngh. From St. Melons tho senator
journeyed on to Portland. Ellmtnat
Inc tho tiiuo for tho stop In St. Hel
ens the trip from Artoria t: Portland I
wus m ailo In fivo hours and tho scn-i
ntor reports that the roads with the
exception of tho unjaved stretch bc-j
tweeu Doer Island nid Scappoose, In
first cluss condition. I
The Womnns clul mot at the home
of Mrs. C. H. Thompson Tuesday af-
ternoon. The Idea suggested by the 1
Mist editor of the I u tiding of a new
library wns heartily approved of by
each member present and a resolu-;
tion to stand buck of such a move
ment was endorsed. Mrs. Goorgo
Perry gave a most Interesting talk
III f ' W i i n v thi inn1 i
I1HVW I V..". I
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to believe there is anything wrong ion the pioneer da,-s of Oregon a
with vour eyes at all you should have j experienced by her husband's pur
hira examine them at once. Cousult onts who rams across the country
him next visti. Friday, Mnrch 26. 1 from Iowa in 1S41 To such brave
I H. Bumgardner was In St. Mel- " ,
ens Saturday. He has accepted
position with the Wheeler Lumber
Company at i ocnrau on ui imu
mook railroad line. He will, how-
ever, take time eff to conduct his
campaign for county commissioner
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vcgler of Port
land accompanied by a numlior of
friends, came down on their yacht :
Wisdom Saturday evening nnd sreni .
a p:rt of Sunday "liero. The Wis
dom tied up at the city dock and w:s
inspected by a number of people.
Harry Coleman, the locomot'v i
gincer wlo keeps the rolling s
of the MlHon Creek Loesliv,' Um
pany m such excellent coaditon,
came In from camp Saturday night
to spend tha Sabath with friends in
St. Helens and attend church.
Mrs. J. W. Ak!u er.tertr.iaed a num
ber of friends Thursday afieruoon at
her home'in honor of Mvs. U.'.chaei
iHoskin, who has keen spending the
prominent ranch- j wtattr in CMIIorala. A
1 UlUUCl'll e..'"' ....... -
i will make her heme in Forest Grove.
I The steamer Ma W of the Colum
bia Contract Company's reet has the
distinction of being the first s.eam
the new draw-
r.hips that it is Impossible for us to
im.'.gine. wo owe ho comforts r.r
lorded by this worn erful and beauti
ful sti.U of OreRnn Af;er tho pro
pram a delicious luecluon was served
nnd t ie cljh ail'pu ned to meet with
Mrs. Hiscy April 1 Jtli, when a mu
sical program will le riven.
.. r, ... ii,!er to p?.sl throuan
St. Helensites who journeyed to bridge of the Doc & Teimin. l t on -Portland
Mondav Pau'- Tne Ic,a W rnd a big r0C i
Pc Tciapnperton. secretary of the ' barge passed under the draw at
Deer Island Logging company, was a ! ? 'c Thursday morning -No dU
business visitor in St. Helens Mon- faulty was experienced in lifting t.
span ana me uuai wus uui uciujcu.
The Fieldhouse Motor Company
report the following sales of Ford
automobiles: Thos. H. Roy, a road
ster. Charles Brookman, sedan, N
The Mist learns that Perry Austin,
a former St. Helens boy, is serious
ly ill at his home in Portland. His
many friends here hope for his early
The steamer Willamette arrived
in Tuesday and is scheduled to sail
tonight for California carrying 850
000 feet of lumber and a number of
The barge which as constructed
by the St. Helens Shipbuilding Com
pany for the Oregon City Gravel
Company, will be launched tomor
row. H. T. 'Hardin will be the mr.nager
of the service department of the
Flynn Auto Co. which will be oper
ated separately from the auto agency
of the business.
Mr. r.nd Mrs. Fred Elder, Mr. and
Mrs. J., D. Gray and Mrs. Mary
Muckle, all cf Portland were Sunday
guests at tho home cf Mr. and Mrs.
Von Gray.
The M. E. Ladles Aid Society will
hold their monthly "silver tea" at the
home of Mrs. A. S. Hisey, Thursday
afternoon, April 1st. Everybody cor
dially invited.
Chris Walker left Wednesday
morning for Independence, Oregon,
where he has accepted employme
in a sawmill under construction. E.
A. Crouse is also working at the
same mill.
Joe Brough who has been brake
man on the Portland-Seaside trains
for the past several month b, has
been transferred to Astoria to take
a position in the freight yards at
the Port of Astoria dock.
Sheriff LaBare has made the first
tax turnover to Treasurer Hattan.
It amounted to $24,316. Another
turnover wi be made during the
month as the taxpayers are paying
up quite promptly.
The steamer Klamath laden with
a mixed cargo of lumber and creosot
ed piling left out Saturday night
for California. A number of pas
sengers were in the cabins when the
vessel left.
Sherwood, Richard McQueen and
Nancy Palmer, touring cars. H. 3. .
Southard a sedan and the St. Helens j
Water Commission a roadster. !
Mrs. A. S. Harrison returned from
a short visit to South Bend, Wash
ington, Monday. She was favorably
impressed with the Washington
town, and as soon as a house can be
secured in that place, tho family will
move there. Mr. Harrison has re
cently engaged in the banking busi
ness in South Bend.
H. E. Sornthwaite has purchased
an interest in the automobile busi
ness of Dr. J. H. Flynn and the
firm will hereafter be known as
Flynn & Corthwalto. They will
handle the Maxwell, Chalmers, Essex
and Hudson automobiles, and es
tablish a branch In Kaiama, Waali-,
Ington. I
Mrs. N. A. Ashby mother of Mrs i
James Hunt and Mrs. M. E. Miller,
died at the residence cf Mrs. Miller
in Los Angeles, California, Sunday,
March 21st. Accompanied by two
ot her daughters, Mrs. Ji N. Burgess
and Mrs. M. E. Miller, the remains
were brought to Oregon rnd will be:
interred at Weston, the former home
of deceased, Saturday. Mrs. Ashby j
lived in St. Helens for a number of
years and had many friends here
who regret to learn ot her passing.
Tho working force at the shipyard
has been reduced since the launch-1
lng of the steamer Everett. A num- j
ber of the yard workers were taken
to Portland to do tho finishing touch-'
es on the Everett and a small force !
of men are at the yard doing gen-j
eral repair work. Superintendent
Carl Cliristensen tells the Mist that
in all probability th,e Everett will
be In commission by May 1st, as the
Willamatte Iron Works are rushing
their part of the work, the machin
ery and boilers having been ready for
installation when the Everett readi
ed Portland.
William Perry of tiio 0. A. C. I
spending a veok v.iili home foliu
W. W. Chrk was a Portland vls
!tc Timrsdr.y.
Chss. Giah'm was transrctiiu
bus nr: in l'oi;br.d H'uh y.
Relatives of Mr. sn.l Mis. O. L '.
Rhine smith mo .on d l'io:u Portland
and s.L'nt Sund y.
Mt l yni h'a I's'ter is quite ill :.t
the lionio of her dausiuer. Mrs. Oscn:
Uriah Kelley, Jr., Is navigating
on c.-utcites, havii.g had his fou.
ludly crushed.
Mr. Bills: em mr. with an t'or
tur.a.e iiccide::t KiU-ty, when he fell
und hi eke his leg. He was removed
to a Portland hosp.v! 1.
Mr. Rutherford und dnj?liter
Francis spent the w.-ek end with .Mrs
Rutherford at Garden Home.
.Mrs. F. Taylor nnd daughter
Florence nnd Glad s, were in Port
land Sunday vlsltii:? with Mr. Tay-,
let's father who his been seriously'
ill. '
Mrs. Charles White entertained
at dinner Sunday, In honor cf her
:.ons, Wilton and ThoniFs-.'-i'H birth
day. Muny littlo friends cf the boys
enjoyed tho party.
..i ..i it iniiwiiim o that wo
."'"'V. i - r,-l,.Klve sate f
Otitlllieu mr hub ''-, ,. V.llminllV I
tho Nationally known and tho Nationally I
favored. I
Wirthmore and Welworth
Waists ft
Large Assortment,
Eggs for the Kiddies
Chocolates for the Grown-Ups.
After a very careful investigation we
hnve arranged to distribute these two
nationally-known and nationally favut
ed lines of Waists in this city. Before
deciding on this step we learned the
Wirtlimor and Welworth Waists were
being handled by many of the best
s'.ores in America; that they had at
tained through their unvarying excel
lence a nation-wide popularity ; that be
cause of the unique Wirthmor Plan
under which they are made and sold
that they always represented the high
est possible standard of value in pop
ular price Blouses, and further because
of this very unusual method of making
and selling Waists we would be able
to show the new and wanted styles first,
in many instances long in advance of
their appearance in the market gen
erally. Under the Wirthmor I'l.in you will
lie enabled hercnfler to liny here the
Mine lien Stvlcft In WnUl t tho
mm ! moderate prliei ami nt tlir
Millie time flint llieno S(le flrot
in ike tlii'lr nM'Hriniro In the reiog.
ni.ed Stjle ( enters of the Country.
Easter Foot Wear
The new Styles in Oxfords
have just arrived for Easter.
Black, brown, white in the
high' Louis heel, Military
heel, and low English walk
ers. Ask to see them while
we have your size.
for (he ll V rlli in ore
fur (he II 'cli cur th
Silk Hose
Spring Hosiery has just ar
rived in all the new shadei,
browns, blacks, whites, greys,
Colors to match the Oxfords.
Prices are
$1.00 to $3.50
Men's Easter Togs
Shirts, Collars, Ties, Shoei.
I lose, Hats, Caps, Glovti
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The new
Modes in
foretell a
vivid season.
Inspired by
designers, the hats
presnted here for
this occasion are no
less a joy to their
creators than to the
women who will
wear them, A real
Millinery event
exclusiveness char
acterized by smartness.
H.witt Building St. Helens, Oregon
u- IMP
Constance Talmage in
Prospective brides may find vul
ualile hints for happiness in thin
'Tom Moore in
and a two-reel Wily I'arson's
Comedy, "JKIJ.V KISH"
Vm Bert Known Man ht ihe World
We all wanted (o see
this picture. LET'S CO.
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and a five-reel feature pictur.
RIMONY" and a Snud Pollard Comndy.
also cTomedy and Topics
' "L O O T"
a wonderful story of tho Nfw
York underworld. Yon will be dis
appointed when your friends tell
you what a wonderful picture
"IM)T" was if you fall to nee it
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M Than !!ln,:r!;I?"rr"t lt""'
Than 1. a ,tlim w
v srU.V;rjr,hln Than In
Way. IJrj(0 ti,
tho Motion Mi:
Dates '
Let's all & "BACK
TRY" next week.
Ask anyone if they remember
Arthur Somcrs Roche's thril
ling Saturday Evening Pot
story "LOOT," where the
largest jewelry store in the
world was held up in broad
daylight. If you've read the
story you'll hardly be able to
wait till you see this picture.
The big scenes are great.
You've never seen anything
so realistic, so thrilling.
Here's a story that will make
you "hold fast" to your seat
Everybody's going to 8ee It
Let's all go "BACK
TRY" next week.

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