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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1922)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
MAUPIN, SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON. THURSDAY. FERBUARY
THE YEAR $130
VOL 8, NO . 17
The Dalles, Jan. 31. Herbert
Egbert, wheat rancher and state
representative from Wasco coun
ty, Monday announced his can
didacy for reelection, A. S.
Roberts withdrawing from the
race. The situation regarding
representation at Salem is com
plicated, because of the restric
ting at the last session, which
gives Hood River county one
representative and this county
one, with a joint senator. Here
tofore there has been an under
standing that Hood River Bhould
have the senator and Wasco
with its larger population, the
Senator Nicketson, holding
over, Hood River will go to the
next session with a senator and
Egbert will probably have
opposition because in Southern
Wasco county there is consider
able discontent being manifested
over the location of The Dalles
California highway. Talk of
secession from the county of a
considerable portion of the south
is being heard, and this wilt
probably develop into a cam
Mrs. Sophia Kistner
Sophia Thurston Kistner was
born in Patroit Switzerland Co.
Indiana on January 15, 1830,
residing in this place until 1844
with her parents. The family
then moved to Peoria Illinois
and in 1850 she was married to
Philip Kistner and crossed the
plains 1853 leaving March 1st of
that year. Of a large family of
nine brothers and sister?, not
one accompained heron this long
journey, and she little knew she
would never see them m,ain-
They arrived in Caiifoniain
School Notes American Legion Elect
The high school students will The annual meeting of the
have another private debate next American Legion was held in the
Friday. They will debate on the L 0. 0. F. hall January 26, to
question; rosolved, that a tele-J elect new officers for the coming
phone is more useful to a farmer year. A good crowd w as present
than a rual mail route. The' and the evening was enjoyably
affirmative side is composed of' spent. After the., election of
Lorraine Stovall. Orland Walter! officers, refreshments were serve
and Nile Tunison: and the nega- The following officers were
tive side of Erma Morris, Stanley elected
Houghton and Clifford McConile
The cooking club has three
new members, Mary Martin,
Frank Morrison, and Raymond
Jory.. The club will meet with
September 1S53, remaining ti-ere j Miss Derthick to select a regular
for four years and moved to j meeting day. Most of the first
Puget Sound, locating near ! lessons have been handed in, we
Olympia. This was their home hope the other's will soon be in.
for five years. Not satisfied The spelling contest in the
with this place they moved to grammer grade room ended, the
LaFayette, Yamhill County, in leaders were Helen Weberg and
the Willamette valley, from there jjoris Talcott. Helen's side won
to Ranier Columbia County and ihe new leaders for the next
finally settled in Eastern Oregon contest are James Butler and
Earl Crabtree, Commander
Dolphus Mayhew Adjutant
W. 0. Miller Treasuer
Get your supply
blankets at Wilson's.
Laid to Rest
Funeral services for Valentine
W. Endersby, victim of accilent
al shooting, were held at the
family residence, Sunday Jar.uary
29th at 11:00 A. M. members of
the local 1. O. O. F. EndRebekah
lodge, conducted the services,
assisted by Dr. Ghormley of
In spite of the severe weather, a
host of friends and relatives
gathered to p ly their last respects
to the departed one.
Mr. Endersbv is survived by a
wife, three children, father, two
sisters and two brothers. Having
F. C. Butler has been very
busy the last few days installing
a modern cooling system ,and
electric plant with which to run
the machinery. A good share
of his stock of canned goods has
arrived and he will be able to
give the public the best of service
in a few days.
House for rent Mrs. Sinclair.
Wapinitia Oregon. Write or call
resided here almost his entire .
life time his sudden death was a
shook to the whole community.
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank our many
friends and members of the I. 0.
0. F. and Rebekah lodges for
their kind thoughtfulness and
for the many beautiful flower
offerings and kind expressions
of sympathy at the death of our
Dear Husband and Father.
Mrs. Julia F. Endersby, and
Mr. and Mrs. A. Locke came
to Maupin from their homestead
ort a homestead at Wamic. In
1890 Mr. and Mrs. Kistner were
converted and joined the First
Day Adventist Church during
services conducted by James
Orchard. Mr- Kistner lead a
true Christian life and until his
death on February, 11, 1895 was
comforted by the blessed hope
of the soon appearing of his
Mrs. Kistner looked back to
these last few years of his life
as the haociest of their married
life, and her life has been one
beautiful example of true chns
tain, noble, and exalted mother
hood, the richest heritage that
can be left to her children.
There were nine children born
to this union, seven boys and
two girls all but two of whom
J. W. Ayers is in Maupin today
Come and see us; a new man
is in the Shop. Who is he?
A man with the Knowledge
Bring you car in. Let us tell you what it will
cost you to ovehaul it and repair your needy parts
to make your car give you service and get some
pleasure out of it. We do our work neat and strong
and absolutely guarantee all work we do for you
for less money than ever before.
Something Ave can - do for you is to tell you what
it will cost yon to complete the job before we start
on it.' We do generator mid carburater work, also
welding and soldering jobs and guarantee all to be
first class work. Try us and see what we can do
for you. We have tools to do any kind of work
you need done and we know how to do the job.
Wc sell you gas by the bbl., gallon or ticket, also
oil by gallon or bbl. lots the same as it is in The
Dalles, plus freight. Our motto is to give service
on Labor, Prices and Accessories. We carry a full
line of tires, tubes and accessories and what we
haven't got we'll be glad so got for you. Call and
let us know what you need. We are at your service
day or night. Can also do your trucking and deliver
your gas and oils to your place. Haul it from
The Dalles to anywhere on any route at railroad
rates any time you call and make a load.
E. G. WARNER, Shop Foreman
B. D. FRAREY, Manager
The Maupin school literary
society was called to order Friday
Januai 27. at 2 o'clock. Election
of officers followed. Mabel Cyr
was elected president, Jesse
Walter vice president, Orland
Walter seiretary and Clifford
McCorkle sergeant at arms.
Next the program with songs
and-recitations after which a
motion was made and carried
that we adjourn. A number ol
visitors were present.
Superintendent A. E, Grone
vvald informs us the local insti
tute will be held heie the latter j
part of March. A committee of
three ladies were chosen to arr
ange the noon lunch. The school
will help in the program s as;
much as is convenient.
Tuesday morning January 31,
the student body' was-called to
order. We elected our ohV?rs
for the remaining term. Jet-so
Walter, president, Arthur Phil
mee, vice president, Mabel Cyr.
secretary, Stanley Houghton,
treasuer, and Mildred Talcott,
sergeant at arms. After this a
committee was appointed for the
arranging and decoration of the
stage on the program Feb. 25.
M. Lorraine Stovall, C. E.
Vv'"e have been appointed theExide
rvice Station for this locality.
In addition to Gelling1
This fclace experienced a
variety of weather last week,
snow, rain, wind thawing then
Dr. Elwood was called here
Wednesday to attend little Bill
Zumwalt who had an attack of
the flu. He visited Darrell Wing
who was suffering with a
Harold Crawford and Gertrude
Magill were among the children
sick last week with the epidemic
Dr. Elwood made a trip here
Thursday being called to the
Lvman Booth home. He also
visited Miss Candy the primary
teacher who was suffering with
the flu. f
School in the primary room
was suspended the latter part of
the week the teacher being ill.
A cirl baby was born to Mr.
the right battery for your car, our
service includes skilful repair work
on every make ofrbattery. You can
rely on responsible advice and rea
sonable prices here.
VY o look forward to a call from you.
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was a Maupin
business visitor Friday.
Mrs. Jesse Cox returned home
Sunday after being at the Virgil
Mayfield home the last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Foster have
moved to the George Bargenholt
Virgil Mayfield made a busines
land Mrs. Lyman Booth Friday h- to Juniper Flat Sunday.
morning. Jesse Cox was a Wapinitia
About ten inches of snow lell' visitor here Thursday of this
here yesterday and last night week
f . 1
and the weather is cold again.
Mrs. Sophia Kistner who died
Saturday night, resided here for
many years and had muny friends
here and at Tygh Valley.
There will be a basket social
at the Farmers Union hall on
Feburary 3rd, 1922. A nice
snappy program followed by a
dance. Every body invited. All
the ladies please bring baskets
There was a dance at the
Bargenholt log house Saturday
night and all report a very pleas
Husty Johnson of Wamic is
getting to be a regular visitor
among us these days.
Mrs. Link Harpham and son
Lawerence came out from The
Dalles Saturday, Mr. Harpham
following yesterday. The Harp
ham family have moved back to
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and lunch for two.