The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930, November 05, 1920, Supplement, Image 5

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Vol. 7, No. 4, Maupin, Oregon, Friday, November 5, J 920
Attorney at Law
I.O. O.F.
Lodge No. 209f Maupin, Oregon.
meets every Saturday night in
Donaldson's hall. Visiting mem
bers always welcome.
R. B. Bell, N. G.
B. F. Turner, Secretary.
Wapinitia Auto Stage
Leaves Maupin, 3 p. m.
Leaves Wapinitia, 7 a. m.
Dr. T. DeLarhue
Glasses Properly Fitted
Exclusively Optical
Rooms 17-18 Vogt Block, oyer
Crosby's Drug store,
The Dalles, Ore
Phone Black 1111
Blacksmith Shop
I have supplies and am prepar
ed to do all kinds of new work
and general reoairiner. Horse
s shoeing a specialty. Reasoneble
rates. A. F. Martin.
Many from here attended the
dance at Wamic Friday night.
The hall was beautifully decorat
ed, carrying out the Hallowe'en
D. M. Shattuck arrived Wed
nesday from Dallas, Oregon.
, J. L. Maddron was in town
irom nis wapinitia Homestead
Mrs. W. 0. and Mrs. Sidney
Wilson were in from Wapinitia
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mayfield
were in from Smock Monday.
Lyle Bigbee returned from
Philadelphia last week.
A very pleasant afternoon was
passed yesterday at the parson
age by eighteen ladies, the oc
casion being Mrs. Parkers birth
day. Grandma Morris of Maupin
was the oldest one present.
Calvin McCorkle sold the
Pabuet place and has rented his
home place to Harry Lewis who
with his family moved there this
week. Mr. and Mrs. McCorkle
will make their home on the
Mapnard place.
A good turnout here for elec
tion, 163 votes were cast
Mrs. Sadie Shipflin and daugh
ter Ella returned home from
The Dalles where Ella has been
in the hospital. Ella is very
much improved and able to re
turn to school. '
The W. M. A. had a program
Sunday night celebrating Wom
an's Day. An offering of $12
was teken.
G. E. Wood arrived here from
North Bend Wednesday to ride
on the 'cattle round' which will
be the last of the season. The
men are now camped st Beaver
and Bear creeks.
Dee Woodside was in the
mountains several days last week
getting a deer.
Mrs. Celia Brittain and chil
dren came over from Wamic
Monday and are visiting .home
folks this week.
Lu Woodside visited his wife
at the hospital Saturday and
reports her doing fine.
A Republican rally was held
here last Friday night. Judge
George was the speaker of the
evening. Several candidates of
The Dalles were also present.
Work on the south ditch will
start in a few days. Calvin Mc
Corkle will be in chsrge.
Commercial Club will meet at
the school house Saturday night
the 13th. Among other subjects
to be discussed will be Rural
Delivery. A special speaker will
be present.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hammer
set out 3000 strawberry plants
last week.
Members of the Home Hygen
ics class who have received their
certificates' are: Mrs. Nellie
Woodside, Mrs. Nettie Woodside
Mrs. Helen O'Brien, Miss Josie
O'Brien, Mrs. Mary Brown, Mrs.
Sadie Shipflin, Mrs. Louisa Rice,
Mrs. Josie Parker, Mrs. Frances
Mercury stood at 14 above
zero here Monday morning. The
tops of Wapinitia hillis are white
tonight (Thursday) and our first
suow fell today.
. John Karlin and Bill Davis
passed through here recenty and
are gatheriug lost sheep yi the
Mr. and Mrs. John Sinclair
made a trip to The Dulles Mon
day and returned.
Mail schedule here has chang
ed again for the winter, the
stage now leaving Maupin at 8
a. m., and leaving Wapipitia at
1:30 p. m.
Alma Powell was home from
Dufur Saturday.
Jack Kelly, our road supervis
or was doing some much needed
work in Wapinitia this week by
putting in a concrete culvert.
The Hedin saw mill completed
the work with the planer today
and will soon commence sawing.
Thursday November 11
the Screen Beauty in
Doctor and the Woman
Mutt and Jeff Comedy
Mr. Brewer is the field secretary for the Oregon State Chamber of Commerce and has had
years of experience in organization work, therefore we will hear something worth while. Be there.
Commercial Olub Night of November 20, 1920. Shattucks Hall
A Snappy Program Followed by a Basket Social, the Proceeds of which will be
applied on the purchase price of a piano for the Maupin School, Come-and bring a basket.
Maupin Commercial Club