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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1929)
TKuhoV May 1$,'-1944
After all's said and
done, the pleasure
you get in smoking
is what counts
ARE THE BETTER CIGARETTE
Camels are made of the choicest tobaccos
groutt. - ;
The Camel blend of Domestic and Turkish
tobaccos has never been equaled.
Camels are mild and mellow.
They do not tire the taste.
They leave no cigaretty after-taste.
Camels have a delightful fragrance that is
pleasing to everyone.
half months on uccount of a broken
Iprf, Orion Puchette wn able to re
turn to tchool mid Hake oxumlnntions
wiih his cju a.
. Primal y Notes
The First tvade has combed
levi'n books in reading and Vivian
tt':Coy of the First grade hi receiv
ed two buttona in writing: this yenr.
Tha little gin Has done fxceedliitg
well in her clars, being handicapped,
r she was the only ono in het' class.
The followii't pupils of the dif
ferent glides received buttona in
wr.tlng: Second grads Agnes
Lewis, gold etnr; silver star and Pal
mer method I utton ; Kenneth En
dersby, a silver and gold star button;
(enneth Hinhnrd, a silver and gold
lutt'n; Don Broughton, n silver
nil gold butt'.n; Pupils of th Third
Tredo receiving buttons: V in I f red
McCoy, Palm T Method merit pin
rnd progress pin; Harvey Wall,
Talmer method Kuttnn; Orvil ilvick,
silver and gold tar buttons; Walluce
Wood Ids, Poltrer method am! merit
pb; Alice May Sturgeas, ' i'r.lincr
method button; Teddy Hachler, Pal
mcr method bjtton. The Fourth
grade winners were! Laurjl Hart
man, Palmer method pin, p.Mgress
pin and an improvement cer'U'icate,
Kverett Hammer, Palmer method
and merit pin; Frances McCoy, Pal
mer method, merit and progress pin,
Ellen Hachler, Palmer method and
merit pin; Norbet Wall, Talmer
Kenneth Birchard and Winnifred
McCoy of tlie Third grade -received
certificates of attendance, neither
being tardy nor absent during the
The Second grade finished read
ing six books thh year.
Frances McCoy leads in the spell
ing contest with Winnifred McCoy,
Agnes Lewis and Kenneth Birchard
close seconds. ,
been turned into the canal. It was
Increased on Sunday after tho snow
had cut out tho big Jam. Calvin
MeCorkle, Rufus MeCorkle and 1 N.
G. Hedin spent pat of la, t Friday
watching the progress of tho water
In tho upper canal. The inch who
wen t0 station 27 to help repair the
break, had to walk eight miles be
sides doing the work. They wero
George Caymler, Don Miller, Moae
Delore, Ed. Walters, Roy Batty,
Frank Batty's hired man, Floyd Ku
banks, Arthur Puchett, Joe O'
Brien, Wm. Sturgcss, 0. Bronner,
Le tor MeCorklo and N. G. Hedin.
McCubblns yulch and the 10 miles
west to intake, have been patrolled
by Andy Anderson and John Me
Fortune to usi"t thi ditch company
In getting out the water supply. The
distribution this season to be handled
by 0. Bronner and N. (J. Hedin.
Call Maupla Drug Store
Attondtd Track Mt
Dr. L. S. Stovall and wife and son,
Entel, attended the state high schools
track meet at Corvallls last Saturday
returning home Sunday. The doctor
ays the meet was one of the most
successful he has attended, and that
several state high school records wero
Dr. WM. KENNEDY
Firit National Bank Bldf.
The D 1U, Oregon
1919, BtrnoMi Totw
CwpWh WioMM'StlMB. N.C
New school building will be con
structed shortly nn Weyorhtiauser
site at Klamath Falls.
A Wasco County Produd
&fe Oregon Pakery
Fresh Bread and Pastry
Order from yoiir home merchant get the best
Dr. Poling will deliver the annual
baccalaureate sermon to the gradu
ating class of the Manpin High
school, at the school auditorium on
Sunday evening next. During the
evening there will be song by the
men's trio and a trio of school girls,
also a school chorus. The evening's
exercises are to begin at 8:00
Tygh Valley Fair Grounds
EVERETT WILSON, - Manager
Gone to California
Elmore Fritts, who has been as
sistant at the Maupin garage for the
past three month:, was called to
Taft, California on Monday by a
wire from his father, who offers his
son a partnership in a truck line op
erating between San Francisco and
Los Angles. . Elmore left Monday
evening for Taft He has made
many friends hereabouts by his gen
ial disposition and pleasing manner
ana many friends will wish him suc
cess In his new venture.
Will Be Bon
While the Fra'ley family is away
in California the business of the
Rainbow cafe will be in the capable
hands of Signe FLcher. That lady
is a favorite with patrons of the
Rainbow and the business will not
suffer by the absence of Ben.
III! mir . l
nuns tu m$j
Choice of many routes Liberal stopovers
On sale daily May 22 to Sept. 30 inclusive. Return limit Oct, 31
ST. PAUL ....... .". $75.60
ST. LOUIS 335.60
WASHINGTON . . .$145.86
NEW YORK...... $151.70
Similar Fares to other points
Go East Via the Famous Columbia
River Scenic Route on Either the North Coast Limited
or Oriental Limited
Full details at jISoV
E. W. GRIFFIN g $KTI$!
Ticket Agent ' C 1
. Trav. Psgt. Agent lm'" m
Rilla and Lawrence Powell have
gone to California.
Carl Powejl has left the employ of
Fred Alt logging company to work
for Joe A. Graham for the summer.
Earl Cunningham is breaking some
new ground on the west pasture
Jo O'Brien is now In charge of
a ditch repair crew.
Most of the! ranch sheep owners
have sheared and marketed their
Mose Delore i; still turning stubble
and says the ground still holds con
siderable moisture and plows good.
Wapinitia School Note
The following pilpUa took the
state examination in the Eighth
grade: Lenore Hammer, Gerald
Claymler, Tom Batty, Ellwyn Stur
gess, William Hachler and Billie
Pupils of the Seventh grade taking
geography are: June Hachler, Ho
ward and Orion Pachette, William
Hachler. Sixth grade physiology,
Lee Woodside, Glen Hammer, June
and Freda Hachler.
The Pine Grove and Wapinitia
schools will hold a picnic on Thurs
day, May 23, at Bear Springs. Bas
ket lunch will be served and other
events of the day will be games f
ail sorts from horseBhoe pitching to
The Fifth, Sixth and Seventh
trades spent a short time in com
pleting a grammer play, of which the
purpose was to review the parts of
Aftejr aa absence oi two and. pne-
Pine Grove News
Certrudfl Lnughlin has returned
from a week end visit with friend
A Mothers Day reading given
uuian Vashburn as a apecial fea
ture of last Sunday s service at the
l ine (ruvt bunduy chool
Lucille Walters, who has been
eepiiig hcuae lor Lewis Walters, is
now employed by Ben Kiehurdson at
..nc scivicc station.
bimenson Bios., contractors,
sent men 111 wn0 removed two cat.
vtaciors. ihey bucked the inow out
ironi tne upper graue near the canal
tniase. ben Kicuuruson got gas to
tractors irom Pine Grove by truck
delivery. Two Mack trucks loaded
uic cuts and drove them to Portland
lor overhauling before theywcre to
go out on a new job.
A party of Bureau of Public
Roads engineers will start on road
surveying as soon at snow has clear
td lfom liic Cleat Lake divide.
Calvin MeCorkle is cutting wood
on the Hedin tract for hL fuel sup
ply tor the coming year.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walters are
happy over the arrival of a new boy !
at their home. Mother and babe '
are doing nicely.
Henry Holland has left Pine
Grove where he joined Waiter Sharp
in the wood cutting business. He is
looking up well drilling work for the
Phil Mott end family visited Pine
urove last Monday, going to Camas
ranker camp, where he had business.
Joe A. Graham came out Sunday
from the Ueavtr creek road camp.
Henry Miller and wile have mov
ed their truck bungalow to Bear
creek and will set up camp there for
the present. i
J. 'Weisbcck and Cal Burnsidc,
the pair of road. builders of the Mt.
Hood national forest, moved into
first camp at Boler camp, using the
ditch companys cabin for iving quar
ter,; for the present.
Calvin Burnside spent a time at
a reforestation camp in the Eagle
creek division of the forest service,
He told Pino Groveites that his
nephew,' Cloyce Burnside, now at
tending medical college In the east,
would return to Oregon soon for his
vacation George W Burn, ide is do
ing orchard work near The Dalles.
"Dad" Moore, veteran trapper,
now employed by the irrigation
company as ditch walker, has moved
his camp to "Long Trough," the half
way place from whence he patrols
the upper canal t0 the big cut.
Big Snow Jam
Trying to (peed up nature is not
work when Hedin turned in a head
of water in an attempt to melt the
snow lodged in the upper canal. The
snow jammed and forced the water
over the bank at station 27, approxi
mately one-half mil(s from the Jiead
of the canal. : The break thus made
caused 16 men to work all day last
Thursday to make rcpairc. The
splendid cooperation of the mei who
responded to the call, is a good ex
ample of what can be accomplished
when members tackle a job, even
under difficultks. Watefbaj aain
Long DUtant lUullai A Speelally
ELZA O. DERTHICK
Phone '. 5188
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Udgo-No. 208, Maupin, Oregon
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0. V. hall. Visiting members always
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