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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1928)
TUI MAUPIN IIMe3
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By the Student Body of the
Tygh Valley High School
High School Gymnasium
School 5-Piece Orchestra
The dance floor of the Gymnasium is the only hard
wood floor in Eastern Oregon, being smooth, level
and on a solid foundation, thus making it an ideal
dancing. The H. S. orchestra is composed of stud
ents who know music and who are prepared to play
in a manner to cause all listeners to tap in time.
Come out and thereby assist the students
in installing showers in the Gym.
NOTES FROM MAUPIN SCHOOLS
Ai a result of the contest be-
the Greens were entertained at a
party Friday riieht. Each member
of the Eeds represented an animal,
among which were elephants, tigrers,
leopards and monkeys. They all
acted like monkeys. Several con
tests were put on by the animals,
tuch as chariot races, jumping for
doughnuts, walking a line blind
folded, and eating prunes which
were tied to the end of a string.
The Freshman were initiated at this
time. Mary Greene enjoyed being
a nurse about as well as Haryy
Rutherford enjoyed being a baby.
Tom Slushcr had the honor to
wheel the baby carriage. Alta Chas
tain and Dorothy Davis can truth
fully say they have had a mustache.
Charles Bothwell was in the height of
hii glory when he was told he could
represent the strong man. "Bo" Wil
son ought to wear dresses all of the
time, as he made the "cute:t girl" in
High school. The Freshmen were
all blindfolded and then were treat
ed to a feast of worms and cats'
eyes. After the games refreshments
of ice cream, caV, sandwiches and
lemonade were s?rved. Estel Sto
vall and Mtrln '3nodgias3 are de
serving of honorable mention, as
they had all of the responsibility of
makmar the oartv a
the assistance of Jlr. and Mrs. De-Voe.
have a "clean chart," This chart is
to encourage the habit of clean
The 3rd. and 4th grades with Mrs.
Joynt are enjoying an interest
table. When a pupil has his les
sons he may go to this table and
get a book or magazine to read.
They are also enjoying a beautiful
Sultana and Christmas Cactus,
given to them by Mrs. Foley. The
pupils will like to watch -the growth
of these interetting plants.
Mrs. Cantrell's room received the
library books from the Wasco coun
ty library. Every one who ia a
reader ' will get full value out of
this list of books.
Last Friday Mrs. Joynt gave in
ctruction to "the pupils of the 3rd
4th, 5th and 6th grades in the art
of soap carving. They changed
bars of aoap to lemons, bottles and
A long table has been moved from
the basement to the east room and
will te used by the bookkeeping
students. This class is doing pre
limary work, but are anxious to be
gin on the sets.
During the past week the football
team has been busy at signal prac
tice. The first game will be with
Madras next Saturday, Oct. 6, on
the local field. We are confident
that the honors will be more equal
than la.-t season. The games we
have secured at present are Oct. 6,
Madras at Maupin; Oct. 12, Dufur
on Dufur field; Oct 19, Wapinitia
on our field, and a return game at
Wapinitia Nov. 2nd." The Maupin
boys are eager to go and will give
a good account ef themselves.
! Much interest has been aroused
among the students of the chemistry
class. The cupboards and black
boards have been rearranged and a
sink Installed. This will make it
possible to keep the equipment
clean and orderly.
,' The grade pupils have profited by
the "Soldier Campaign." Now
every one marches in "step like a
Duiing the past week no one has
keen absent nor tandy in Miss Har
rii room. The pap?ls of this room
We were glad to have. Fred
Shearar visit Maupin High school.
While here he gave an interesting
talk on his electrical engineering
coure at 0. S. C.
The Maupin school appreciated
vkits of the alumni and wishes to
keep In touch with them. Letters
from distant alumni would give the
Nova Hedin and Velma Crofoot
play;d the beautiful Spanish dance,
"Esc ammilo" Friday morning at the
regular assembly, in honor of the
t ine waupin tcnooi assemDiea in
front of the grade building Tuesday
morning. The flag salute was given
and the school sang "Oregon, My
Oregon." Checks were awarded to
thoce who won honors at the Wasco
Co. fair this fall in club work. Ea
tel Stovall led the flag salute.
' (Editorial by Doris Kelly)
Everyone tnjoys a well-kept
lawn. For years our school has
gone without one. With much hard
work and patience trees were made
to grow on the south end of the
school grounds. Then a lawn was
started. Roses border two side of
it. Our lawn has been well cared
for and it is one of the most beauti
ful school lawns in this county.
We, therefore, aid in the protection
of the lawn through interest and
Mrs. Ralph Woodside substituted
in the Primary department for Mrs.
WooLey, three days the first of- the
week. Mrs. Woolsey was called to
Portland by the death of her father.
Sam Wall transports the Hachlcr
children to and from the Central
school daily. Sam recently acquir
ed a new auto.
Marion Howard registered as a
Junior Monday morning.
Last Friday afternoon the boys
donned their new football suits and
troted to the gridiron thru a cheer
ing lane of lusty-lunged youngsters,
the occasion being our first practice
in uniform. A quarter day holiday
was granted the High school girls
and grade youths, who utilized the
hour in composing yells and songs,
and practicing them while the squad
had their workout on the field. 4
Our Fresman initiation program
for three boys and three girls will
occur this week Friday night, in the
school house. Written announce
ment to this effect will be carried by
the pupils and the mail tervice.
Everyone is welcome.
Tygh Valley will play Wapinitia
at Wapinitia on Friday, October 12.
This will be the first football any of
our boys have ever played, and
many people will have an opportun
ity to watch a game for the first
time. Wapinitia has a "cyclone"
team, so come and see them play.
In Blu Mountains
Enu'Ht Confer, Rny Kay lor and
Louto Woodsido left for the Blue
mountains enrly Sunday morning,
nnd whlio there will hunt deer. The
boys have been very buy with tholr
farm work nnd now that harvest Is
over, took time off long enough to
hit the high spots on ' good hunt.
Mr. Poling and Mr. Davlei spent
the 'week end fu the Valley. While
there they saw the football game
between California Agglea and 0.
Mablo and Leluh Weberg, ac
companied by Nova Hedin, enter
tained those in High school Tues
day morning by singing "Juat
Across the Street From Heaven.!'
Mnbcl sing alto and Lelah carried
the soprano, both doing wall.
Mora Hogs to Portland
A a soon as ho returned from
Portland Mondcy Everett Richmond
loaded up his truck with a number
of Frank Magill's porkers and with
his father, R. W, Richmond, left on
another trip to tho stockyard:!. Tho
eldfr Richmond went down for tha
purpose of consulting authorities re
frardiiiR a site for a muskrat farm
on tho Warm Springs reservation.
Visited In Portland
N. G. Hedin spent the better part
in Internal Medicine for iha
past fifteen years
DOES NOT OPERATE
Will be At
WED. & THURSDAY, OCT. 10-11
Office Hours: 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
TWO DAYS ONLY
No Charge for Consultation
Dr. Mcllenthin is a regular gradu
ate in medicine and surgery and is
licensed by the state of Oregon.
He docs not operate for chronic
appendicitis, gall stones, ulcers of
stomuch, ton. ils or adenoids.
He ha3 to his cridit wonderful re
sults in diseases of the stomach,
liver, bowels, blood, skin, nerves,
heart, kidneys, bladder, bed wetting,
catarrh, weak lungs, rheumatism,
sciatica, leg ulcers and rectal ail
ments. Below are the names of a few of
his many sattficd patients in Ore
gon who have been treated for one
or the other of the above named
John Olson, Astoria.
Joe Sheoships, Gibbon.
Mrs. Walter Scott, Scotta Mills.
J.Irs. John Van Beveren, Baker.
D. I. Wagenblast, Fortland.
Mrs. II. E. Walters, Maupin.
Mrs. Jennie Vooley, Salem.
Remember the above date, that
consultation on this trip wll be free
and his treatment is different
Married women must Jbe accom
panied by their husbands.
Addrctf.: 224 Bradbury Bldg.,
Lor? .Awje'e, California.
Where the best 35 cent
meal is served in
Next The Dalles
C. N. Sargent, Prop.
The Dalles, Oregon. Plea S5-J
Yoar Watch Haywire?
If it in not doing its work
bring it to The Timep office
end Mr. Semmes will send
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of the pant two weeks nt Portland,
where he was engaged In matters
connected with tho construction of
dam at tho mouth of Clear lake.
Mr, Hedin la authority for the ituto-
Call Maupin Drug Store
Dr. WM. KENNEDY
First National Bank Bldg.
The Dallas, Oregon
mi nt that if soma of the rancher, dq
Juluer Flat will amlHt in financing
the project, that, with the help i
some Portland capital dam will U
will bo built aoon.
World War Veteran
Will lie Held on the Following Dates at The Ameri
can Legion Hall during the Dance Season:
October 18 Old Time dance.
October 27 Carnival and dance
November 10 Armistice Day
November 29 Thankagtvinf
Doci'inber 8 Smoker and dance.
December 25 Chrintmaa dance.
December 81 New Yean dance.
January 12 Maak Ball
January 26014 Time dance.
Februnry 2 Open date.
March 17 St. Patrick'! dance.
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Both Restaurants have been entirely remodeled for
E. J. McMahon
We make a specialty of fitting comfortable and at
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DE LAPvIIUE OPTICAL COMPANY
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