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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1928)
NOTES FROM MAUPIN SHOOLS
The coach, assisted by several of
the High tchool boys, is busy pre
prifa tlie, football grounds for the
ominf season. This year's team,
Itko somewhat lighter than the
part year, but with practice and bet
ter knowledge of the game will hold
about the same average as the put
season. The practice will begin
Tuesday everdnjg. . .
Mrs. DeVo has charge of the
Juniors and Seniors in the east room
t the High school while Mr. Poling
has charge of the Freshmen and
Sophomores in the West room. Mr.
DeVoe is holding some of his classes
4a the rooms downstairs.
- At the fair this year the boys had
ft Tery intetresting display in bache
lor sewing, as it is a new subject
ia the elub work. The artcles they
sewed were tool kits, carpenter
aprons, a leather halter, hot dish
holder, apron, marble bags and simi
lar articles. Most of the bachelor
sewing members were from the Mau
9i&achooL 'Students who struggled thru the
eran-hundred and thirty pages of
"Ben Hut" were rewarded for their
trark and time when they saw this
. H.0O0.000 production at the Wasco
Co. fair this year. We feel lucky to
hate had the privilege of seeing this
Doris Bonney visited school Mon
day, having graduated from this
school last year. Doris is going
'hack to Monmouth to continue her
The courses of study chosen for
the students the coming year are
'Chemistry, Algebra, Geometry,
"taglUh 1, 11 and 111, Bookkeeping
1 and 11, Spanish 11, Latin 1, World
. History, General Science, Manual
Training, Sewing" 1, Civics, and
: Tjrpcwritng. ' "
: '" Manual '.Twining and "Sewing 1
were two new subjects introduced
into the school this year. Mrs. De
Vie has charge of the sewing class,
and Mr. DeVoe the manual training
class. These classes will prove to be
interesting as well as helpful to
those who enroll.
. At the Wasco Co. fair the Maupin
'Sheep Club was well represented.
; All of the members but one had ex-
hibits at the fair. All of the reports
it. a. rt t k ti r
worst unr in ti-i wiiti t. a - r. irnnt.
wsJA. . The club- scored rather high.
AtIs Crabtree -won first prize on the
' ewe-raised" lamb for breeding pur
poses and third on the bummer lamb
Jar market purposes. Jim and John
-Slusher each won second prize and
Pine Grove News
. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Walters, re-
cently married in Portland, have
plans laid for the erection of a new
home on the 0. S. Walters ranch.
Reuben has hauled the lumber for
'the house and its-building will begin
shortly. In the meantime the
: newlyweds are living in a tent
Julius Shepflin is hauling bridge
timber from the woods to the Mc
Farlane truck loading yard. "
David Gloss, engineer, increased
the stock water flow to make it pos
sible to reach lower water users'
Miss Georgie Ward, sister of Roy
Ward, has accepted a position as
teacher of the Victor school. Miss
Ward is boarding at Erma Gutzler's
Additional families have moved
into cabins at the McFarlane mill.
Mrs. Julius Shepflin is cooking for
sight men there at present.
Slab Wood !
Price at mill $2.50 per cord
This wood is mixed pine and fir
and was taken from live timber.
Write or phone
Jim also won third prize.
Thirty-six pupils registered Thurs
day (the opening day of school) and
decided on the subjects to take for
the coming year. The list of books
needed was then ordered. The
names of those enrolled in the High
school are as follows:
Freshman Class Charles Both
well, Alta Chastaia, Mary Greene,
Elisabeth Rutherford, Harry Ruther
ford, Edmund Wilson and Dorothy
Sophomore Class Glenn Alex
ander, Elden Allen, Alice Davis,
Ivan Donaldson, Nova Hedin, Ethel
Kidder, Bessie Starr and Mable We
Junior Class Avis Crabtree,
Richard Crabtree. Orville Fraley,
Cyril Fraley, Aliene Greene, Doris
Kelly, Nina Matthews, Robert Shep-
flin, Elton Snodgrass, Lelah We
berg and Gladys Martin.
Senior Class Arthur Appling,
Andrew Crabtree, Velma Crofoot,
Clarence Hunt, Harold Kramer,
Irene Mathews, Kenneth Snodgrass,
Merle Snodgrass and Crystal
The enrollment of the Grade
school is as follows:
First Grade Eleanor Cunning
ham, Cherie . Pratt, Norva Nye,
Gertrude Kirsch, Glenn Chastain,
Edna Cantrell, Jean Mayhew, Murl
AddngtonSyHelen Peters, Jack
BothwelL6arth Mayhew, May
Greene, Don Stogstill.
Second Grade Geraldine Peters,
Marjorie Lindley, Dorothy Galla
gher, Dick Shearer, Albert Trout
man, Gayle Mayhew, Charlotte New,
Alice Davis, El win Doty and John
Third Grade Mildred Carter.
Louise Duus, Margaret Peterson,
Loyal Pratt, Eunice Lindley.
Fourth Grade Emery Crofoot,
Jean Caton, Leo Cunningham,
Dorothy Doty, Marjorie Gallaghc-r
and John Slusher.
Fifth Grade Floyd Addington,
Ernest Confer, Kathleen Foley,
Alice Greene, Ernest Kirsch,
Myrtle Kramer, Franklyn Renick,
Leslie Troutman, Iena Turner, Al
Sixth Grade Earl Addington,
Douglas Bothwell, Jack Chastain,
Dorothy Greene, Bernice Holli3,
Ralph Kaiser, Theodore Kirsch,
Herbert Kramer, Jean Renick,
Frances Lindley, Tunice Morris.
Seventh Grade Irene Woodcock,
Henry Wilson, Jim Slusher, Gene
vieve Allen and Margaret Oaker
man. j Eighth Grade Gretha Turner,
( Melvin Lindley, Betty Slusher, Wen
, dall Lindley, Bonney Duus, Dorothy
I Lister, Lako Greene and Bill Slush
er. Mrs. Lester West began her
tteaching duties at the District No.
45, Pine Grove school.
John Davis visited at the home
of his parents here last Sunday.
The Charles Lewis and John
Brown families visnted with the Wal
ter Sharp family last Friday.
Road work on the Wapinitia
Clear lake section, while progressing
indications are that it will be nip and
tuck- to complete the clearing and
grading this fall.
Mrs. Maggie Straight of St.
Helens, Oregon, sister o! John W'&rd
was attending to the ranch crop
matters at Pine Grove recently.
Jesse Crabtree and Merle Snod
grass were visiters into the tall tim
ber last Sunday, enjoying an outing.
0. Bronner is busy hauling hay
from the George Burnside place to
his own ranch.
Dewey Linn has transferred his
pen of coyotes to Pine Grove. He
Calvin and Ruf as McCorkte have 1
teen hauling a quantity of wood
from the Hedin Lumber company
has moved into the W. B. Keen
house for the winter, doing so in or
der that his daughter might attend,
Timothy Linn and family have
moved from the mill to one of the
Hedin mill cabins for the school
0. S. Walters and neighbors will
ship a carload of hogs next week.
The Hedins have moved to Mau
pin. They have been spending the
school vacation at Pine Grove and
Alice and Dorothy Davis are es
tablished in the Crabtree rooms for
the school year at Maupin.
W. A. Bullock, Klamath Falls in
surance man, is again in Maupiir
and Wapinitia, working his insur
ance business. He majors on child
ren's insurance, believing in the
practical side of teaching the youth
tp save systematically.
Recall petitions asking for the
recall of Judge Adkisson, are being
circulated in southern Wasco coun
ty. Walter Woodside is circulating
one petition in this section.
Crystal Hartman has been order
ed to a lower climate by her doctor.
She is at present at home on a short
visit, but expects to return to Mar
quam shortly. Later she will at
tend the Behnke-Walker business
college at Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. MeEntire operated
the First and Last Chance service
station during the absence of Ben
Richardson at the county fair.
Frank Richardson has been placed
at Clear lake to Patrol forest trails
for a short tme. Governor Patter
son's order closing the forests
against hunters and campers, was
the cause of much complaint among
sportsmen. Deer hunters are going
in against orders. It is pointed out
that a great state, with three widely
different climatic conditions, cannot
be treated fairly by a sweeping or
der based on conditions prevailing
about Salem. The Blue mountains
are comparatively safe, due to open
and brushlcss timber. Eastern Ore
gon hunters seem to think they
should be permitted to hunt there
Carl Hasslcr of Bend is visiting
at the home of Mrs. Hassler's fath
er, Ed. Davis.
Mrs. Earl Birchard is ill at Wap
initia. Her husband is working at
Wm. Moore started to trench a
pipe line for the McFarlane & Son
George Bcebe has purchased the
Calvin McCorkle ranch, . formerly
owned by the Ben L. Forman estate.
Charles Cunningham has closed
his lease on the Francis Confer
ranch east of Wapintia. Mr. Confer
intends to run cattle on the place
Ed. Gable hauled wood from the
Ault land this and last week.
V.y.-a Lenore Woodcock wet1; to
her fchool in the Mallatt dis,r t o i
Sunday, Mac Miller accompanying
Henry Kramer and son, Harold,
have returned from a five-weeks'
Will Be Held on the Following Dates at The Ameri
can Legion Hall during the Dance Season:
September 22 Open date.
October 13 Old Time dance.
October 27 Carnival and dance.
November JO Armktiee Day
November 29 Thanksgiving
December 8 Smoker and dance.
December 25 Christmas dance.
December 31 New Years dance.
January 12 Mask Ball.
January 26 Old Time dance.
February 2 Open date.
March 17 St. Patrick's dance.
sojourn In the Paloue country,
having put in that tint harvesting
near Colfax. Washington. They re
port things there as being good.
Eke Crowley of Madras cvnt
down Sunday, bringing Mrs. Lore a
Barber and infant daughter, bra
at Kad'at some weeks ago.
Smock school opened on Monday
with Uiss Ely of Estacada as U ..Ch
er. She is a graduate from the state
normal, having received her dlpbma
cn Ir.day before attending the In-
r'.iiite at The Dalles. Seventeen
p:ch 'eported the first da.
Ray New went to Tygh Sunday
afternoon; also Miss Edna Ledford,
who will attend High school there.
: Henry Kramer and wife motored
to Hood River on Monday to visit
Mr. Kramer's sister, returning Tues
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Feltch went to
The Dalles Sunday, taking Elmer
Your Watch Haywire?
If it ia not doinir its work
brine it to The Times oif.ee
and Mr. Setnmes will send
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Shoes and Repairing
Wasco County Exclusive
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Mrs. H. F. BOTHWELL
Teacher of Piano
Moore Fundamental Sjrit.m
Classes enrolled first week in
Th4 School of Qualify Tl 8trv
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of Literature. Science
sri'l the Arts
Architecture and Allied Artt .
Buainesi Adniiniitratinn Kiln.
Jatlon JournllMn lirs'ltiate
Sftdy Law MMIelne Mtt:i
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Collet Yur Opona S.pt U. W
for information m talalnom writ
Iko Reautrar, lnfvrraily of
Oregon, Euatn. Or.
with them, leaving him at Dufur
where he will attend High school.
Smock boys carried off three
prizes at tht recent fair, two on
NEW FALL LINE
for men, women and children just
placed on our shelves
A wide range in styles of
Children's School Shoes
is among others just received
204 East Second Street The Dalles. Orefon
SHIP BY TRUCK
REGULAR FREIGHT LINE SERVICE
PORTLAND - THE DALLES - MAUPIN
THE DALLES TRUCK LINE Inc. SPICKERMAN'S TRUCK LINE
PORTLAND-TUE DALLES THE DALLE3MAUP1N
and Way Point. aad Way Palate
BONDED & INSURED CARRIERS
1 WHEN IN THE DALLES
Make Your Headqarters at
1 The Blcrk and White or
I ' American Restaurants
H where every service awaits you.
S FREE PHONE
Both Restaurants have
E. J. McMahon
Ve make a specialty of fitting comfortable and at
tractive Glasses for Children.
DR. F. A. PERKINS
DE LARIIUE OPTICAL COMPANY
Suite 15 and 18, Vogt Block, The Dallas, Or.
Reediiport Fower line between
here and North Bend will be ready
for operation soon
Crane Contract awarded for
addition to school building hero to
Reedsport Ash Valley modern
school building near completion.
Eugene New 60,000-foot saw
mill built on Coos Buy rail Una. '
Klamath county potato crop esti
mated near 1000 carloads.
Milton Concrete work' completed
for Shields cold storage plant.
Dr. WM. KENNEDY
' First National Bank Bid.
The Dalle., Oregon
hogs and one on calves.
Mrs. Marjory Ledford left on Sun
day for the coast to visit relatives,
accompanying John Msyfleli aad
family in two cars.
been entirely remodeled for
LADY A33ITANT3 ,
The Dalles, Orsfea. HJ
Where the best 35 cent
meal is served in !
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