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-nThursJay, February, U, Ui9.'
lite MArriM iiiite
Given by the Barlow Gate Grange at
the Wamic Hall on
March 16, '29
We have It now and will make the
story different next yuar.
Tim local debate resulted In a 2
to I decision of the Judges for The
Dallos. At The Dalles only one
judite was used and while he had
Wapinitia tied on four points with
The, Dalles, the decision went to
the city team because of superior
debate ability on the balance of the
School attendance la back to nor
mal. Me had many tardy and ab
sence marks during the snowstorm
and low temperatures.
Volley ball is the center of at
traction on the1 playground ' thl
week. " ' "
The Freshman class is now read
ing Scott's "Lady of the Lake" and
using it as a basis of, study in their
Upper classmen Will begin reading
Tennyson's "Idylls of the King"
this week. '' ' ' ':
Two Underwood typwrhing ma
chines of standard muke have been
installed in the typewriting room
this week. ' ' '
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Zezzalee Davis character f 3
J. H. Davis, Bennie's father .... I... ....Henry Wing
Benjamin Davis, Esq., a rich uncle Claude Wing
Harold -Beerri, a friend of Bennie's....Glen McKenzie
Ab. Dinkier, a would be detective...... Mike Urban
Mrs. J. H. Davis,- Bennie's mother........Eraily Spulak
Molly. Mallerton, Bennie's sweetheart Naomi Magill
Jeanette Blue, Uncle Ben's niece........ Alice Bourland
Cleapatra Oleomargarine Johnson
- - Thelma Mulvaney
Dance After the Performance
For which good music will be on hand.
Admission to Play - - - 50 cents and 25 cents
Supper will be served, 25 cents.
Maupin Hi Times
(continued from first page)
taken in waa somethlrig over forty
dollarB. This will be used in pur
chasing many new -and Interesting
materials M be u cd in the work of
Many games have been played by
this school during the last week,
The girls played a real game at the
tournament, although Maupin's best
forward was out of the game. At
the half Dufur led by seven bas
kets. A different line-up of players
suggested by Jesse Crabtree result
ed in the strengenthing of Maupin's
defense and made the last half
keenly interesting to the Maupin
iter. One player was out of the
game on personals during the third
quarter. Maiy Greene ranked high
est in the number of points with
eleven points to her credit for tha
purple and gold.
The girls are very proud of their
new suits, which the school board
recently purchased, and can easily
say that they took first place, in ap
m-arance when on the floor. The
boys are trying to make m think
that they will wear our pretty yellow
s6cks for baHball this spring, so yon
can see that hey, -too, think well of,
U.' B. CHURCH DEDICATION
Edifice Will Be Initiated
Rer. W. R. Funk, D. D.
, The beautiful new United Breth
ern church, The Dalles, Oregon,
A good many farmers from the
west end of the Flat attended the
tractor school in Maupin on Tues
Carl Powell spent J'unday at
Richmond's in Maupin. Rilla Pow
ell also was a guest at Richmonds
wilj be dedicated Sunday March the same day.
17th, by Rev. W. R. Funk; D. D. of
For many years Dr. Funk has
been the manager of the large U.
B.. Publishing house at Dayton,
Ohio. He has the distinction of re-
The Pine Grove Sunday school re-
rumed its regular schedule last Sun
Dorcas Hedin Leaf, Who is ser
iously ill at N. G. Hedin's mother's
home in Portland, 5s reported as
fusing to accept the Bishopric when j being slightly improved. She has
elected some years ago, believing
he was giving his denomination a
greater service by continuing at the
head of the publishing interests.
Dr. Funk is a personal friend of the
pastor, Rev. G. K. Hartman, and
is considered one of the strongest
rutm of hte denomination
been ill since last Thanksgiving.
School Notes ,
The three departments of our
for such ' scnol mrt 'n the double room for
special occasions. He is also inter
ested in many civic and inter-denominational
Visitors From Dufu'
Mesdames Jack Stevens, Will
Evanr, Herb Mulkins and W. E.
Vanderpool were over from Dufur
Tuesday afternoon, conferring with
Dr. StovalJ regarding the putting on
of their play, "Three Pegs," which
was recently shown at Legion hall
Pine Grove News
Orval Mathews and family of
Fossil visited with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed. Mathews, over the
week end. Mrs. Berta Hauser from
Tygh Valley, 'also visited her par
ents last Saturday.
- Wilbur Mathews is sporting a
Ford these days to take him to and
Irene Linn, who ha3 been staying
with Mrs. Lester West, will now
stay at home and go to school
Wapinitia High with Wilbur. Mel
vin Walters also rides back and
forth with Wilbjir.
- Frank Richardson has experienced
a slight set-back. Dr. Elwood is at
tending him and toon will have him
on his feet again.
Hazel Laughlin spent the week
end at home, returning' via auto and
Walter Sharp is through at Wm.
Forman's until plowing, starts.
Fred Ault has dead wood avail
able for those who desire fuel He
recently supplied Oscar Renick with
25 cords to 'meet the insistent de
an hour's patriotic program last
Thursday afternoon. Short talks,
readings, poems, group songs and
a play, the lat by the grammer
pupils, made up the numbers tn the
The Juniors made a fairly
utiiors fourteen days to get tho
card board prepared for tho motto
and this year It wIM probably take,
thorn twenty-four. Some of the
mottos being considered are!
"Plow deep whll sluggard (Juniors)
And you will have corn to Bell and
Early to bed and early to rise
Makes a student H. W. 4 W."
Andrew and several other boys can
be seen each morning, noon and night
on the baseball diamond (mud flat)
playing work out with a rag ball and
a board brrowed from a neighbor's
The Seniors ore planning on giv
ing their play about the time the
grey diggers come out, which will
be early In the spring. We art al
so planning on the 'regular Senior
Bonncy Duus and Henry Wilson
represented the t Seventh-Eighth
grades at the International Har
vester meeting Tuesday. They will
report i on the meeting to the other
Tho Seventh grade has made re
lief maps of Africa,
Each grade room made $0.05 net
profit apiece. The boys of the
Sixth grade have already Invented
In a baseball and bat. Tho fdria
ore planning on purchasing a jump
ing rope. Tho rest of tho money
will be nwd for books or other use
ful material for school work.
Elmer Linn has .returned to
school after a month's absence.
Call Mnupia Drug Store'
Dr. WM. KENNEDY
' First National BanJi Bldf.
, - ".. .. p
The D.lles, Oregon
Wilson Painting C
House and Sign
' ; 1 and
Long DUUnt Healing A Specially
ELZA 0. DERTHICK
Call, Write or phone, Times Office.
I. O. O. F.
Lodgn No. 20&, Maupin, Oron
meets every Saturday night In L O.
0. F. ball. Visiting members alwaya
welcome. ' '
D. L. Rutherford, N. C
O. F. Renieht See'e.
to The Dalles for a debate there, showing at the county scat Tburs-
while students from The ,, Dalles day night. This was 'their fir t
drove here and met our negative game and their first defeat. It was
team on the "question of the adop- evenly matched in skill and weight,
ion of, the ChUd Labor Amendment, but The Dalles was lucky enough to
Principal ' Broughton drove to sink several long shots, running the
The Dalles taking with him Robert score up to 14-10 in their favor.
Holman, Marion O'Brien and Lloyd The school docs not feel so blue
Claymier, the latter as time keeper, over this defeat for the Senior team
Marion Howard and Rilla Powell won from The Dalles second team
Wm. F. Schilling'
and Starting Motors
on AH Makes of Curs
made up our team at Wapinitia.
Both teams did good work and con
sidering the fact that debate was
new to them, deserve unstinted
praise. To go up against outside !
competition especially when- the
school is the size of that at our j
county seat is a big undertaking-i
but we have learned that big schools
19-4 on the same night in the same
gym. We also won from the Tygh
Valley team Monday night 28-13 in
the Maupin gym. '
"Sign of Spring"
Spring is here at last. Frogs
do' not nece:sarily have a monopoly croak in the creeks, Juniors come to
on debaters. A little more self- cchool barefooted and even the
confidence before the dibate would Senior! have taken up the spirit by
have done wonders for our bunch, trying to select a class motto for
sentatives of our High school drove graduation. Last year it took the
B. B. Tournament '
Tho Wapinitia boys journeyed to
The Dalles last Saturday and gave
a mighty fine exhibition of good
sportsmanship in competing with
other High schools of the county
for tournament honors. For our
opponent we drew , Dufur High,
which team we had previously met
at Dufur and got a 24 to 4 score,
in Dufirr's favor. Nothing daunted,
the boyj sailed into the game and
held the Dufur, aggregation to 12
poirjts, Wapintia secured 8. The
feature of the game was that neith
er side made a field goal in the
last half, only 2 points being made
by each side from foul goals.
The boys making the trip -were:
Melvin Walters, Eanaie Endersby,
Wilbur Matthews, Lloyd Claymier,
Frank HacHler, Marion O'Brien,
Robert Holman and Marion Howard
of the High school and Jerry Clay
mier of the grammer room. Mr.
Broughton and Mr. Claymier fur
nished the transporation. All the
boys xcept one were equipped to
play and were given an opportunity
to show their stuff. Jerry was our
timekeeper and aide to the score
keepers. The gang stayed until
the final whistle of the tournament
blew a'nd went home wishing we
had a place to play basketball at
The DeJles-Waninitia Debates
On ,1'uesday of ast week repre-
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To Be Sold at Once
Sale Started Mod., Feb. 26
Continues a short time longer
so get your shoes now
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