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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1928)
309 E. Second St
The Dalles, Ore
ing to make up the time. They
might have known that there was a
fly in the ointment. Regardless of
this fact, however, every one agreed
to be on time.
I The Manual Training cIass has
been dong good work. The boys
have erected a chinning bar for the
! grades, made a book-case for the
I rooms, irv tailed soap containers, and
j wired the shop for lights. They are
'now ceiling the shop with deadening
felt and fir ceiling to keep down the
! noise. "Bo" Wilson built a
i model monoplane representing the
of the Eskimos and their modes of
Kernice Mollis and Jean Keniek
piny the piano for the pupils of the
grade school when they march in and
out of the rooms, recesses and noons.
From Art to Chuck
"Maupin Oregon, Nov. 7, 1928.
"The football game last Friday,
which resulted in a tie, 7 to 7, be
tween Grass Valley and Maupin
was Maupin's game all the way thru.
Our boys smashed thru their old and
experienced line at will, and gained
"Spirit of St Louis" and has placed yardage every time. After such a
it on a pole near the grade school. ! clean game the boys are 'rarin to
Glenn Alexander built a piano bench go.
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for the grades. Ivan Donald on and
Eldin Allen are making bows from,
Oregon yew wood. Oregon yew is a
rare wood, but they were fortunate
enough to obtain some from Mr. De
xp oe, wmcn ne orougm irom me
Verle coost The boys plan on skiing dur-
A Sophomore Aviator's Dream
. A few years I dreamed that I was
able to climb out on the wing of an
airplane, or do moat anything while
it was flying. This dream began
r.MM VJI M.onin Semmea. Laverne Fischer.
. . .. v . Rnrto Rmhk and Arthur ng the holidays.
ffS .loTd Morri. The workout was about') Nearly all of the bookkeeping I , with me climbing Into the front
wSrSTSi - P High school Ws.have completed e first ; pr.c ;-J .
. u ... ... i.v tfca Hafpnnivo i tice set and a iv studvinr the use mv DacK" as i sai mere in we piane
eoverea iieia was m excellent con-.f'-v- - , " . . , T i m. .. I riuM look hack nnH hop the allot
dition. The result of the game was) The Friday inornlng acsembly en-; of Spec.al Journals. They ,I fJ ? S bK
. - . - . W-aH nw al niann selection, to ODen book II sets soon, in which i anu ln lrout 01 me was lne mecnanic
M W . . d WtZKiTS IZ '-S-PI. Confession," played by' j the , transactions are recorded from ; -ching up to take hold of the pro-
distance. An end run by Estel Iren Matthews. The new song j bills, vouchers, and checks represent
books were distributed. Jttr. Foling;ing me ousiness aeais.
Stovall. a few line Tlnniwa and the
baB was over the line. Maupin !led in some 80ns new to the stu
Bmaxhed the line for the extra point dcnt body M weU M some M favor'
Th. tnuchdown wao m,a in the ses. Mr. Poling manages both music
first four minutes. Ia the second
quarter the opponents tricked Mau
pin for a touchdown. They gained
the extra point by a forward pass.
The Inst half was a hard struggle al
though neither team scored. Ken
and mirth during the singing period.
Merle Snodgrasa has been equally
active in arranging for special num
bers by the Btudents.
OREGON NEWS NOTES
Pendleton Two dogs are the only
livestock on a 4,000-ncre ranch in
Umatilla county. All motive power
for crop operation during the paat
two years has been done by motor
Baker Eastern Oregon Light &
Power Co., plana extensive two-year
development program to cost over
half million dollars.
Arlington Two new steel bridges
replacing wooden structure on N. P.
branch lint out of here.
La Grande Completion of a
miles of transmission line gives di
rect electric circuit from Salt Lake
City to this place.
Wilson Painting Co!
House and Sign
Appreciation to Mrs.
, Mrs. George McDonald" sent a large
bouquet of chrysanthemums to the
High school last Monday noon. The
flowers were white, red and yellow j
and were very pretty. We are glad
that ehe has gathered these bright
token from her many flowers for ns.
Tncy take as baclt to the time not so
long ago when she was our teacher.
We .remember well her pleasant
smile and her help in our studies.
Our football team, eager to make !
a strong finish; to the football season, j
invited the ex-football stars of Mau-1
pin to their scrimmage. Those who I
participated were Earl Crabtree, '
Raymond Crabtree, Dee Talcott, Ed.
High School t go to Wapinitia
When Mr. De Voe asked those who
would like to go to the game at
JWap'nitia to stand, you can be sure
that no one remained seated. He
then kindly acked if they would be
The little scholars of Miss Harris
room enjoyed a Hallowe'en party
Thursday afternoon. They played
games, lit jack o' lanterns, which
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pcciucu irai BlUfy whch tut? ouaucs
were lowered. The black cats and
witches on the board made the atmos
phere more mysterious and creepy.
Last Monday Jack Bothwell
pellor. The mechanic pulled the pro
peller around three or four times,
took a step backward and called
"contact" to the pilot After the
pilot repeated the word and turned
the switch he stepped up and gays
the propcllor a pull. Then he top
ped back out of the way as the mo
tor began to roar. We bimped
down the field and then the ground
began to drop away frort us. We
were soon several thousand feet in
the air. I climbed out on the wing.
brought some good specimens of cat- jumpedi COUIlted fivPt puUed the
tails from the marshes,
The primary rooms have been
reading and studying about the
Eskimos of the far north. They
ready for work at 8:30 in the morn- They draw and cut out the figures
Each Evening at The
J5hQ Rainbow Restaurant
PANCING FREE A good floor and Good Music
ring to the rip cord and kept on
falling. The parachute did not open.
Down I plunged with a peculiar sen
sation as the earth came up to meet
me. I met the ground and knew
1 nothing more. I opened my eyes
and found myself on the floor be
side my bed.
' Baker High grade oil stock sold
in four big farm sales here.
I ARMISTICE DAY
Have you heard the new
est Columbia Record:
Two Black Crows
The Jail House
Come in and hear this
new onethe funniest
Every Saturday we give
Three records for the
price of Two.
"Everything in Drugs and Kodaks"
Music by Maupin Premier Orchestra
Dancing will begin at 9:00 o'clock
in hall basement dining room by Ladies 1
of the Legion Auxiliary
Dance Tickets . . . . . . $1.00
R. B. BELL, Agent
EDW. H. McALLEN, T.
Hood River Contract let for fbn.
struction of city water system to
:all. Write or phone, Times 0ff.ee.
Call Mpla Drug Sure
Dr. WM. KENNEDY
Finl N.loal Baak BIJ.
The Dalle. Oregea
Will Be Held on the Following Dates at The Ameri
can Legion Hall during the Dance Season:
10 Armletlca Day
December 8 Smoker and dance.
December 25 Christmas danca.
December 31 New Years dance.
January 12 Mask Ball. '
Junuury 20 Old Time dance.
February 2 Open date.
March 17 St. Patrick's dance.
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THE DALLES TRUCK LINE Inc. SPICKERMAN'S TRUCK LINE
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nd Way Poind and Way Points
BONDED & INSURED CARRIERS
WHEN IN THE DALLES
Make Your Headqarters at
The Black and White or
where every service awaits you.
S Both Restaurants have been' entirely remodeled for
your convenience. '
E. J. McMahon
Valuation' judgement legal experience Details of tale uch as
noticei, bills, nwpper adi, credit arrangements, clerk of sale,
etc., attended to with dispatch. '
I don't, forget who I am working for when crying a sal. Rates
Newton G. Hedin, Maupin, Ore.
F. & P. A., Bend, Oregot
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