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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (April 27, 1922)
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Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 8, NO . 29
MAUPIN, SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY. APRIL 27, 1922
THE YEAR $1.50
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Nominations Friday night for
officers for the town of Maupin
resulted as follows:
Mayor L. C Henneghan and
R. E. Wilson.
Marshal-L. L. Wilhelm.
Treasurer F. D. Stuart.
Recorder George McDonald.
Councilmen H. R. Kaiser, Dr
J. L. Elwood, Dr. L S. Stovall,
Bates Shattuck, F. C. Butler, B.
D. Fraley. W. H. Staats, J. H.
A few of the pictures you will
Outside the Law
No Woman Knows
Open meeting at Farmers
Union Hall. All farmers are
urged to meet representees
from The Dalles and Columbia
Locals on matters of great im
portance to every farmer, on
Saturday April 29 at one o'clock
sharp. This is open meeting,
every one come.
The general manager of the
Oregon Trunk Railroad passed
through here in his special car
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V dainty luncheons 'or suppers, good toast is a
refinement of good bread the one food of which 90
per cent is quickly and easily absorbed as nourishment
One reason why users of
Butler-Nut bread insist on
getting it at their grocer's is
because they have found But'
ter-Nut makes the most perfect
Because it is appetizing,
while losing none of the nour
ishment in the bread, toast is
the physician's favorite pre
scription for delicate stomachs.
When ordering bread, be sure to ask for the loaf of
fine flavor and high food value the genuine AL
WAYS in its sanitary wrapper.
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Mr9. George Bolher gave a
most interesting talk for girls at
the University of Oregon during
the student body conference at
Eugene. The title of her address
was "High school girls ideals".
She contended that the most
important factor of a girls life is
the art of being cheerful, point
ing out how one person being
cheerful and happy often cures
other persons of what We call
Another important factor in
uirls ideals is that of honesty.
In honesty she particularity ad
vified the elimination of pretense
'Be what you seem to be' wan the
motto used a ureal tlcul, and
that is a motto more of us should
adopt. How many people in thin
world are what We call "sugar
coated' !. They pretend to be
courteous, gracious, honest and
many of the other qualities that
cause us to place confidence in
them, then, when their pre
tense, or disguise is penetrated,
for a person rarely goes by with
out being discoved, what a dis-
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Sincerity and honesty are very
closely related, but Mrs. Bolder
brought dependability under the
head of sincerity. In this she
showed the advantage of always
being dependable and one's
being able to rely on your word.
Purity of heart and unselfish-
ness were two other qualities
noted as being indeBpensable to
a girls character and high ideals
Still another point that Mrs.
Bohler enlarged on that carried
perhaps most emphasis, and is a
point that "strikes home" more
forcibly than any, was that of
being to work with other people
That is a power that" muat be
develuped in order for any person
whether man, woman girl or boy
to become a leader. , It is the
ability to follow some one's ad
vice, to 8 top and listen to some
onp s warning that makes any
one truly grout and a good leader
Many people, especially young
peopl feel that in order to be
good loaders they must follow
their own intuition unerringly.
This is not true, mid a great
deal of harm is done in this way
Any problem should be turned,
twisted and looked at from all
.-ddes and angles until the situat
ion is understood, then perhaps
an inference may be drawn.
But at any time it is well to at
least listen to some other persons
advice, and whether or not it is
used it should be carefully con
sidered. And last, but not least, comes
that feature of being tolerant of
other people that are boxing or
unattractive. In any business,
work, pleasure or problem we
constantly meet people wth
whom we dislike to be in the
same company. There is the
place where a person's courtesy,
tact and personality are' taxed to
the utmost. We ' must develop
and train ourselves to meet these
people and be agreeable to every
A3 a closing feature of her
talk, Mrs. Rohler read Edward
Rowland Sills wonderful poem
"Opportunity" with so much
feeling and expression that we
all felt a deep and new lesson
derived from from it.
Mabel H. Cyr
Those averaging 90 or above
in the exams in the high school
are: Mabel Cyr, Jesse and Orland
Walter, and Lonaine Stovall.
The class leaders are: Freshmen
Stanley Houghton, Sophomores
Lorraine Stovall, Juniors, Mabel
Cyr, Seniors, Lester Crofoot.
Those averaging 90 or above in
The concrete mixer commenced
Tuesday morning furnishing
material fot the foundation, walls
and vault of the Maupin State
Bank on the corner of Deschutes
Avenue and Fifth Street. Quite
a crew of men are employed and
much interest is manifest.
Road Work Booming
Work on the market road be
tween Wapinitia and Maupin is
now in progress with a large
crew of men and equipment,
hardsurfacing the lane near the
Kelly church. Heavy blasting
I is being done.
Seven Years in The Dalles
Until May the 1st we will make the following
prices on your Dental Work:
Bridge work, per tooth $6.00
Gold Crowns 6.00
Painless Extraction 1.00
Full Set of Teeth (upper and lower) . 40.00
This includes extracting
Fillings in proportion
This work is all guaranteed and is first class
in every respect.
This offer is not good after May 31st
W. T. SLATTEN, D, D. S., Proprietor
305 Second St., The Dalles, Ore.
Phone Main 1821
5top at Andy's
Refresh yourself with an Ice Cream Soda
This season We are going in for the best line of
Confections and '
money can buy
Always Fresh an,! Sove Clean
Ice Cream and SofV Drinks of ;ill kinds
Lunch Goods and Restaurant
Cigars, Tobacco, Pool Hall in connection
When You Waste a Dollar
You not only lose the dollar but you lose
the interest on it for the rtft of jour life.
Put your money to work at four
per cent interest with Hie
, Maupin State Hank
Time certificates issued for one dollar or more
Maupin State Bank
We Strive to Merit Approval
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