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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1928)
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MarocM Apt-ling has returned to ' Democrat, lubmitted ''Here's to our
hif wrk la tlif Fifth grade and oc- next president, Al Smith may it be."
mpies the sunt kit empty by Maxlne Mr. Davie reports five
H.miilon, who hus gone to Klamath Floyd Tobin, Elgth grade;
i , Tobln, Russell Holt, Ivan and Paul
..uttipn hoiser or me ixtn grade , h,tm. Seventh irrada.
hn set a high standard for himself
and other members ' of his class.
Itnlph will huve to keep working, for
Lc haa some close rivals for honors
the next six weeks.
Gale Lane hus gone from
school. She left lust Monday.
to lose the Lane
school was sorry
, The Fifth graders are struggling
with, the method of cancelation In
The grades observed Frances E.
Willanl'i Day last Friday, the 20th.
The Sixth grade 'is writing toasts.
In rhyme. Lena-Turncr, of the Fifth
grade la the author of the following
sentiment. "I should vote for
Hoover If I could, If I could vote for
Hoover I surely would." Anothor
tcholar, who Is apparently is a
The Third and Fourth grades are
reading Interesting items each day.
They recite on these items. This will
develop their ability to speak and
'give them current topics of the day.
the ; Several mottoes have been put on the
The board bv Mm. Jnvnt Th I..1 with
0 j at atwvw n Htl
truth, honesty, and klndncr.
A special selection, "Tarantella,"
was played lost Friday before the
Clarence Hunt is confined to bis
home by severe cold.
The Seventh and Eighth grades
are u. Ing the gymnasium during the
Mable Weberg proves to be the
best typist In the first year typing.
She Is one assignment ahead of the
The civics class receives a weekly
f 1 0 O.OC 0 in Premium! 1 8th Annual Exposition
combines 10 complete sh-'ws In one UveMock Show) Dairy,
UuJ m4 Mnuf.cturrV Product Show Shop SbowjWeol mni Mobilr
SWi liuluMtUl liipo.lilnni Von Shorn Bon' nil CMrlir Club Work Eibibhi
tnd AbU ' tr..(Mt Mom Shim. Conn 10 mm nblbMiot mil Horn of
otUn wouh of Iqm pur Ifd Ul and Dkirv Ctl. Honw, bhip. Hat;
Gout d Co .Mb Antndanc rack tw nmili 1 10,000 tncu fortUad,
Gim November HO. JUducW turn AU Tmupoiutioa Um.
paper called "World News." This
Is uu. in the study cf political cim
palifi and of current political news.
The y held a mock election Tuesday
The resulti of the ballot showed
that Smith was favored for president;
Robinson, vice-president: PiDer.
scholars, .Secretary of State; Kramer, Con-
Scotty stable of Maupinf Johnson for sher
iff of Wasco county.
The Student Body waa called to
gether for the purpose of decld'ng on
a school party for this Friday. Pres
ident Clarence Hunt was absent so
the vice-president, Merle Snodgross,
presided over the meeting. It was
unanimously decided to give the
party. Mr. Poling, Merle Snodgrass,
Irene Matthews, Velma Crofoot and
Andrew Crabtree are on the enter
tainment committee: Avis Crabtree,
Lelah Weberg, Nina Matthews,
Alicne Greene are on the refresh
mnt committee. The party will be
after the football boys return from
Gross Valley. A merry time will be
had by all.
The Chemistry clar.s shows much
interest In the experiment which
have been performed.
Some excitement was caused last
Friday by an explosion. Sodium
hydroxide was being prepared and,
due to the heat of the sodium metal,
the hydrogen being given off explod
ed. No one was Injured.
Wednesday morning carbon di
oxide and lime water were prepared.
The experiment! are performed by
the students with the help of the
Last Friday morning, school was
taken up at 8:30 and at 12:40 at
noon. One hour of the time, which
school was dimissed for the football
game, was made up.
Tuesday morning saw all the pupils
and teachers coming to school with
tedded coats, hats and umbrellas.
Everyone seemed glad, to have the
rain. . ' '
The football game between Kent
and the local boys resulted in a no
score tie. The boys are off this
Voters of Wasco County
There is a bill on the ballot for the election on
November 6th to withdraw the water of the De
schutes river from appropriation for irrigation,
power or industry and conserve the river for sport
of fishing and salmon propagation. The Deschutes
is the greatest power stream in the state of Oregon
being capable of developing 500,000 horse' power.
Several of the most important power sites and
the site of the proposed big sawmill at Kaskella
are in Wasco county. The construction of the plants,
sure to come some day, will add millions of dollars
to our tax rolls and bring great industries among
us and widen our local markets.
The enactment of this withdrawal measure
would block all such development for a long time to
come, perhaps permanently. Vote NO on this and
all the other Fish and Water Power bills.
Wasco County Fanners' Union
Frank Emerson, President
The Dalles, Oregon
Oregon Farmers1 Uniori
H.R. Richards, President, , ,
The Dalles, Oregon
League in Opposition to Water & Fish Bills
J. E. Shelton, President,
Eugene, Oregon ' ' x
We urge your support of the Republican
candidates this year more than ever be
fore. The candidates listed below are
' , 12 X HERBERT HOOVER for President
17 X ROBERT R. BUTLER tor Congress
12 X ROBERT R. BUTLER for Congress
21 X HAL E. HOSS for Secretary, of State
24 X THOS. B. KAY for State Treasurer
30 X JOHN L RAND for Justice Supreme Court
, 31 X I. H. VAN WINKLE for Attorney General
35 X JOHN D. MICKLE for Dairy and Food Com
. ' 1 39 X HENRY L. KUCK for State Senator
40 X HERBERT EGBERT for Representative
41 X PAUL W. CHILDERS for District Attorney
43 X L. B. Kelly for County Commissioner
46 X HAROLD SEXTON for Sheriff
47 X HENRY W. SCHERRER for County Clerk
49 X J. M. PATTERSON for County Treasurer
51 X WILL DOUD for County Assessor
' 53 X A. E. GRONEWALD for School Superin
54 X CHRIST FAUERSO for County Surveyor. -
. 56 X CHAS. M. ZELL for County Coroner.
Take this with you when
You go to Vote
Wasco County Republican Central Committee
F. A. French, Chairman.
Ben R. Litflin, Sec
week, 100 per cent to battle with
Grace Valley. They expect to return
with the eleven scalps of the hay
I . Ested Stovall, treasurer of the
Maupin Student Body, submits the
financial statement for the current
year, as follows:
Bal. on hand Aug, 1928 $123.83
Magazine campaign 91.00
Madras gate receipts, 33.94
Wapinitia gate receipts 36.90
Kent gate receipts 15.08
Total receipts ....$300.75
N. G. Hedin.' expense S 5.20
$ Telephone bill ,..... .90
Party expense... 6.85
Madras game..... i., : 26.25
Wapinitia game..... 6.25
Kent game.. 21.25
Curtiss Pub. Co 62.60
Volleyball outfit. 9.80
Total Disbursements.. $138. 63
Balance on hand 162.12
Standing bills 11.59
. Estel Stovall
"He done me wrong." wailed the
Algebra problem as the Freshman
handed in hia paper.
programs in the .history of the fac- ( tuccessful in increasing oar material
tory. ; shipments.
"Public approval has been placed , "A production schedule of approx
on Durant products as is conclusively , imately 150 cars daily haa been
shown by the ever increasing demand maintained for the total annual out
for our motor cars," he said. "Start
ing with a modest production in
January, the demand for our motor
cars increased with each showing,
and before suppliers of material
could get into normal production,
our plant, as well as the eastern
Durant actories, was swamped with
"The material situation was great
ly improved in March, but production
remained far behind demand. In
June, Norman De Vaux, vice-president
and general manager of the
western Durant factory, made a
special trip tp, the Elizabeth, N. J.,
plant of Durant Motors, and was
put of 20,000 cars and trucks; at
our Oakland factory we hare main
tained a crew of 700 men, many of
whom worked overtime on a number
of occasions. Net earnings of the
company to date have approximated
$400,000. We expect to close the
year with a production mark of 25,
000 units, and to show net earnings
of more than $600,000."
Hood River Bids asked for con
struction of extensive new water
La Grande T. E. .Graham hold a
purebred Hereford bull calf four
months old for $200-00 ,
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THE MOST CAR FOR THE MONEY
CARS AND EARNINGS
Hugh Wood Attends Meeting
Durant Dealers and Car Show
Highly enthusiastic over the re
ception accorded the new 1929 line
which went on display in Portland
Tuesday, Hugh Wood of the Twin
Peaks Auto company, local Durant
dealer, returned to his headquarters
this week after attending a meeting
of all the Oregon and southern
Washington Durant dealers held
Tuesday night at the Multnomah Ho
George R. Morris, sales manger of
the Pacific Coast Durant factory,
was the principal speaker at the
meeting which followed the banquet
He told the assembled automobile
men, following the unveileing of the
1929 greatest Durant Four, that the
Durant Motor company was a lunch
ing one of the most extensive sales
184 Gain In Washington .
156 Gain In California
161 Gain In Idaho
61 Gain In Oregon
50 Gain In Utah
THIRD PLACE IN REGISTRATION FOR ORE.
Delivered Prices Fully Equipped
1928 Durant Sedan i ...$774.00
1928 Durant Coach 668,00
1928 Durant Coupe 648.00
1928 Durant Sedan ..$854.00
1928 Durant Coach 764.00
1 1928 Durant Coupe 748.00
I Twin Peaks Auto Co,
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