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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1922)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 9, NO. 2
MAUPIN, SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 19, 1922
THE YEAR $1.50
H H U
Mrs. R. H. Decamp came home
from The Dalles yesterday much
imsroved in health.
From an article in the Chronicle
we learned that Miss Irene Doyle
is enrolled this year at Stanford
University for post-graduate
work in surgery . and . X-ray.
Portland Painless Dentist,
seven years in The Dalles
painless extraction 1.00 305
Second St. The Dalles Oregon,
W. T. Slatten D, D. S. Prop
rietorPhone Main 4821.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Chastain
and Mrs. 0. Bothwell went to
The Dalles Monday for a weeks
Mr. and Mrs. Herb. Hammer
and Jesse Lewis went to The
Dalles Monday returning Tues
day. Elgin, Waltham and Hamden
watches Maupin Drug Store.
Mrs Rallason a cousin of Mrs.
R. E. Wilson and R. E.'s father
W. E. Wilson accompanied him
home from Portland Wednesday.
Alda Norval is back to work
again at the central office.
German Gillette Safety Razors
65 cts. Maupin Drug Store.
G. L Derthick and bride were
Over from Tygh Valley Tuesday.
Thomas Flanagan was'up from
Portland on a brief business
Otis Chastain and family were
Maupin visitors Tuesday.
Mrs. A. J. Hill returned home
from Prineville Friday after a
two weeks visit.
Butter Nut Bread
The bread that made mother
stop baking. Received fresh
eVery day at
Loves to Paint
when she knows how let us tell you
PAINTING it really fascinating
work. Once you are 6tarted
you'll probably not want to stop
until you have rcfinished many things
you did not intend to do at first.
Of course there are some simple
directions that must be followed if
the work is to be successful, for we
have ( special "Home Service Paint
Department" which was lirganized jus,
to tell you how to paint.
Perhaps some of your " furniture,
floors, woodwork or walls are begin
ning to look a little old just on the
surface. Pick out one or two things
to refinish. Tell us about them and
how you want them to look when
Our experts will tell you what
materials to use, how to do the worfc
tep by step, what brushes you'll need,
and everything about it. '
For 73 years we have been making
paints, varnishes, enamels, wall fin
"Homa Service Paints
VewwishM - tnamtie. - Stains
Manufactured by W. P. Fuller et Co., Dept. 43, Saa Francisco
Branchea in 19 Cities in the) West
Fuller'! "Home Service" Paints are ld by the foUowlngin your city,
Maupin Drug Store
Pure Prepared Paint Agt.'
At the council and citizens'
meeting last night, the following
nominees were named: For
mayor J. L. Elwood and R. E.
Wilson; Recorder, George Mc
Donald; Treasurer, Frank Stuart
Marshall, L. C. Wilhelm;Four
year term counclemen, J. H.
Woodcock, F. C. Butler, L. S.
Stovall, L. B. Kelly, and L. C.
Henneghan; Two year term, B.
F. Turner, Bates Shattuck, M.
F. VanLaanen and W. H. Staats.
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Knowles
and Beulah Batty of Dufur were
guests at the L. C. Henneghan
Rev. Parker and family woe
Maupin visitors Tuesday.
Fountain Pens $1.00 up
Maupin Drug Store.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Wilson
were Maupin visitors Tuesday.
;W. O. Miller is making some
improvements to his residence
and will paint soon.
W. H. Williams is in The Dal
les this week and Vernon Roberts
is carrying the mail to Wapinitia.
Hand painted dish assortments
40 to 65 cents each Maupin
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Henneghan
left Monday for a short stay in
U. S. Endersby returned home
Friday from California where he
has spent the past "summer.
The sewing club girls of two
and three have taken up their
club work for the coming year.
Jean Wilson was elected presi
dent, Winifred Kaiser, vic-presi-denl;
Olive Turner, secretary.
Vera Tunison and Helen Philm
are members. Mrs. Kaiser was
chosen leader. A meeting wid
be held each month.
ishes and stains for women to use.
They are the finest materials of their
kind that we know.
Write for Fuller's Free Advice and
refinish a few home things. You'll
be surprised how fascinating the work
is and how much you can save, too.
Rubber-Cement Floor Flint
li durable, ssoilsiT end
wsterDioof paint for floors I
of kitchens, closets, bith-1
rooms, belle, etc. Spreads I
etiiljr, covers well, driel hard I
over night. 12 colore and I
We alio make Decoret Var-
oiib Staine, Ail-Purpose Var
liiihei, Silkenwhite Enamel,
Vaihable Wall Finish,!
Fulleiwear Varnish, Floor
Mar, Auto Enamel, Foller'a Rot Water Watt
Finish (kalaomine). Porch and Step Paiat, tad
PIONEER WHITE LEAD.
I'lll M - i I i I
Thousands of Pupils Now in
Private Schools Would In
crease General Levy.
One hundred per cent Americanism
Is a fine thing we all want It and
nearly every one Btands for Just that.
But there are a good many people who
want to define the other fellow's
Some think 100 per cent American
ism Just now means to close up all
of the old established private schools
In Oregon, in which several thousand
pupils are being trained for life's work
and to force their parents, through
the so-called compulsory education
bill to be voted on In November, to
go to the public schools.
There is now In force and has been
for many years, an educational bill
which compels parents to educate
tl'dr children; but, following the con
stitution of the United States and of
OreKon, It gives parents the right to
say whether they shall educate those
chilrlrpn in private or public schools.
But (hut doesn't satisfy a certain ele
ment, members of which have now
Initiate a proposed law to close the
private schools and deprive the par
ents of any choice of educational
Should this bill become the law of
Oregon, It would add more than $1,
000,000 to the tax rolls by throwing
thousands o( private rchool pupils In
to public Bchools and onto the gen
eral tax rolls. Large sums would have
to be expended for buildings and
equipment, for the private school
buildings would be scuttled by this
act. .Taxpayers would therefore have
to shoulder this additional burden
without gaining arn lhing worth while.
By Dean Collins In Oiesoti Voter
fn killing a opt, 'tis a popular v;ty
To cont with sweet sugar th. pill, .,
So the kitty all purring and eag-pr and gay
Will gulp It and get very III:
In killing a school, it Is sometimrs tlio rule
To use not the brutal sand-bus.
But to make exhortation about ed:ictttlnn
And flap the American flag.
School bills, school bills,
Lear old (reak and fool bills.
Make It "compulsory," that's the plan,
Teachers are scarce but of coiiine we c.in
Help things along by cutting short
All private schools of every sort. .
Will that make things nice? Well, we
Though It would make trouble for kldii.
The camouflage art we learned In the wur
Will help In political play,
And a camouflaged bill Is a spiendld thing
The stowing of rivals away.
All faiths and all creeds we may toler.ite
Without any quibble or fuss
We may tolerate but we beg here to state
They must think precisely with us.
School bills, school bills,
Dear old freak and fool bills.
tiring out the standard they used to raise
Back In the witch-burning bygone days.
'Freedom shall flourishbut we'll flay
Whoever thinks Borne other way
rhan we, when they vote." (Signed
K. K. K.)
rhough It may be hard on the kids.
Lester McCorkle is nursing: a
crippled leg this week. A hoc;
Floyd Eubanks is hobbling
about as a result of a kick by a
Delbert McCoy while working
for the Forest Reserve was carry
ing an axe over his shoulder last
Saturday when he slipped and
fell badly cutting his neck.
v Rev. McDonald was here for
both morning and evening servi
ses last Sunday. He preached
at Pine Grove in the afternoon.
Grandma Davis and Ralph
Hammer celebrated their birth
days last Saturday at the home
Albert Hammer. Relatives and
a few close friends were invited
to help enjoy the occasion. Mrs.
Davis lefit on Monday for a visit
with other relatives in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hammer
made a trip to The Dalles Mon
day returning Tuesday. Rev.
McDonald and Jesse Lewis rode
in to the county seat with them.
. Johnny Sinclair spent Sunday
at home, renewing the acquaint
ance of his wife.
The schools are busy practicing
A special meeting of the high
school was called to order Tues
day morning, October 17, for
the purpose of bringing up the
bill for song books sent for, and
to appoint a committee to select
a name for the liter'ary paper.
Mr. Dinwiddie. Orland Walter,
and Mabel Cyr were appointed
to select a name for the paper.
The high school will hold a
meeting of their literary society
Friday afternoon at 2:45 o'clock.
Every one is cordially invited to
attend. The students appreciate
the presence of as many patrons
Mr. Gronewald, county school
superintendent, visited the Mau
pin school last Wednesday. He
organized several clubs, such as
canning club, cooking club etc,
and also organized a stock judg
ing club among the high school
Margaret Doss is still unable
to attend school because, of her
Ilda Miller is out of school on
account of weak eyes, for whfch
she is being fitted with glasses
by Mr. Dinwiddie.
The eighth grade is organizing
an agricultural class.
Those neither absent nor tardy
in the primary room are: Thelma
Morris, Evelyn McKee, John Mc
Kee, Robert Flinn, Glen Moss,
Naomi Walter, Gretha Turner,
Laco Greene, Elizabeth Martin,
Dorothy Harpham, Edmund Wil
son, Charles Bothwell, Ruel Wal
ter, Doris Doss, Ralph Moss,
Thelma Harpham, Ivan Donald
son, Wendel Lindley, David Mil
ler, Mabel Weberg, and Melvin
Robert Buzan entered the pri
mary room this week.
The grammer grade room held
its literary society meeting last
Friday, The program is report
ed to have been very good.
for a Halloween program.
Jack Kelly took Mrs. Charles
Lewis to Dulur Monday to see
Ed. Bothwell has received
word that his son Dewey is great
ly improved since going to Soap
Delbtrt McCoy is having a
n ?w roof put on his house. A.
L. Hartman is doing the work.
Fred Liughlin moveo his fam
ily out of the mountains Sunday.
Ben B'oreman, J. P. and James
Abbott were Maupin visitors on
Mrs. Grey was sick Wednesday
so Vivian Barzee took her place
About 20 ladies enjoyed a little
social affair at the parsonage
Walter Sharp was called to'
Seattle this week on account of
the illness of his mother.
Ben Richardson and son Frank
left for Prineville on Wednesday
The Co. Road crew are gravel
ing the road in Wapinitia and fix
ing the bridge. They have
built a new bridge near Sinclairs
Mr. Elliot having finished his
trucking contract for the Indians
moved his family away from
The right of the East Maupin
! Water company to institute con
demnation proceedings agait st
Arabella Staats and W. H. Staats
to procure water for that part of
Maupin lying east of the Des-
' chutes river, is the principal
point in the case that opened be
fore Circuit Judge Fred W. Wil
son this afternoon. The statue
of the water company as a public
utility corporation .will have to
be determined upon as the chief
factor in the case, it was said.
'Chronicle, Tuesday, 17
Sunday afternoon at 2:30,
Vclma L. Gabriel and Donald E.
Wilson were united in marriage'
at the parsonage of the Congreg'
ational church by Rev. E. Gcubge
The ceremony was preformed in
the presence of a number of their
young friends and Mrs W. 0.
Wilson, mother of the bridegroom
Both Mr. and Mrs. Wilson are
graduates of the local high school
Mrs. Wilson ha'ving been a Dal-
Increasing' Our .Stock
W. J. HARRIS East End of Bridge
Realizing (hat the southern part of Wasco Connty
is entitled to up to date service in our line, wc have
placed a complete stock of goods with
II. F. WOODCOCK, MAUPIN
E. C. PRATT, VVAMIC
The Crandall Undertaking Co.
The Dalles, Oregon
Licensed Enbalmers Motor Equipment
Authorized Ford Dealer
The Gannett Motor co.
Represented in Maupin by
A Complete Line of Genuine Ford
parts in stock at all times
TIRES OILS and GREASES
HIGH CLASS REPAIRING
Is the Best Policy
Keeping your capital in your
community; thereby benefiting
each individual and the com
munity at large.
We are here to render any ser
vice consistent with lawful, busi
ncss like banking.
Maupin State Bank
We Strive to
All Farmers Union Members
There will be a meeting Oct.
28th at one o'clock. Cottle and
help fence the ground and get
ready for county meetidg in the
Universal hall Thursday Nov. 2
County meeting will be an all
day session so bring your dinner.
LETS ALL GO.
les girl, and Mr. Wilson having
come to The Dalles to attend
school from Maupin. -Chronicle.