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THE MAtlPlK TIMES
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Maupin Legion Hall
Curtain Kaiser, four rounds, 115 Founds.
Elt. Sncdgras, Maupin, vs. Panco Villa, The Dalles
2 Four Rounds, 150 pounds.
Doug Holicman, Wap. vs. McDougal, The Dalles
3 Four Rounds, 135 pounds.
Nick Holloman, Wap. vs. Bob Duckworth, Bend
4 Semi Final, four rounds, 155 pounds.
Albert Hachler, Wapinitia, vs. Wilcox, Prineville
Main Event, Ax rounds, 148 pounds, between
FLOYD HOLLOMAN, Maupin
KNOCK-OUT BROWN, Prineville
Ringside, $1.25 General,
Ringside Seats on sale at Maupin Drug Store.
December 8, 19119.
Dear Santa Cluii!:
1 hope you and your reindeer iuc
fine. 1 want you to give tlio toys to
tho noor girls and boys first. If
there nro enough pre"cntH I would
like a doll with louj; curls nid loin
of clothe. Well, 1 guess I will
Your little, friend,
21, 1921), ut 4
gruniH nmy bo
of the City of Maupin, Wasco coun
ty, Oregon, for tlui yonr 1030.
Said mooting wlU bo held on D
cciiilicr 13 nt 7:!I0 p. m. nt the lower
room of the Odd Fellow building,
ut which limu nil taxpayers may be
present nnd reject or accept the
Tho budget nn proposed by the
committed in am follow:
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tho purpi.no of meeting tho expenses) " rem ",r 'ro nyurainit
. .. w 176.00
NOTICE OF TAXPAYERS' MEETING
Fur the purpose of piiraing upon
tho budget made by n committee of;
freeholders imil counciliiii'ii, for mi
amount of money to be mined for
iiniii ! ami mil 1 1 mi. navmnw x
December 8, 1020. ,
Pear Santa Onus: j
I think 1 will write nnd tell you
what I want for Christmas. I j
would like a sewing basket because J
I am going to take sewing before
long and I need a sewing basket to
keep my needles, thimblo and thread
Never fit a garment wrong side
out. A person's left nnd right sides
arc seldom exactly alike and when
the garment Is turned right side
out il may not fit smoothly.
Flat .image cukes, molded haJf
an inch thick and cooked until brown
and crisp on both sides are extra
giv.d if nerved on slices of fried
canned pineapple cooked in the
lin'.cnd of making apple sauce to
serve with pork, :ervc Isikotl apples
occasionally. With very thiol pork j
chop!' place Irilf nn apple, cored but
not peeled, on each chop after it
has wri browned, olid cook in a
ca.-sortde, on a rack, tightly covered '
but without water, until the meat
is tendrr and the apple- arc dene.
.Sired lights 826.00
Recorder's salary 240.00
Marshal's, salary 120.00
Reservoir fund 600.00
Incidental expenses 140.00
1 Neighborhood School Notes
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The Commercial Geography class
is coming along nicely in the work.
I The class now on page 174, study
ling about western section of the
Wha u ijhool is without a gym: Friday moning the High KhooJ
i is k.rd for it to contet with other ' adjourned to Mr. Gosnell's room to
schools in athletics. For instance, : ,.; , 4i, rwi..
playing outside prugram- Ruth atPrs and Helen
piayers cannox , Endprsiv wor sontf u,invrs
VALUE OF A GYMNASIUM
u i:hool is without
Mrs. J. S. Brown was taken sick
and was taken to the hospital Sunday.
MAUPIN HI TIMES
(continued from first page)
Several times a year, or whenever
waste water V"i,'ins to run away
slowly from the kitchen sink or wa h
tubs or other plumbing, the pipe
should by flushed with boiling bet
wain to sifl"n the grease. Follow
with a strong solution of caustic
potash (lye) nr caustic rutin, ami
half an hour Inter flush again thoroly
with clear hot boiling water.
When you wash rayon, treat it
gently and you will get good restits.
Use lukewarm wr.tcr with suds of a
pure, neutral sorp. Don't rub, but.
squeeze repeatedly and rinse in water
of the :amo tempered in. Rough
finger nails or ring on the fiueers
many ter the wet rayon. Hang the
washed rayon garment over a line
but do not use clothespins. Use
medium brat in ironing.
in basketball, when
on the ground, the
tot footwork. When it is raining or
snowing the p!ayer3 cannot practice
The tchool that hr.s a gym can
practice whether it rains or snows.
They can practice footwork and also
practice dribbling the ball from one
end of the court to the other.
In the winter time the students
have to stay in the school house, or
else go outside and freeze to death.
If they play games in the school
house, generally the case is that they
. get too rough and are called down
Vy th? teachers. A gym would
eliminate all of these difficulties.
ine scnooi is practicing lor a
Christmas program and will consi.t
o? numbers furnished by the mem- practice on
berg of the grades and High school, .basketball court was sadly interrupt-
The Eookkeeping class is starting
on the March Envelope in the Good
win's practice set.
Lee Laughlin is "baching" with
The boys' basketball team will
play Kent this Saturday at Kent.
Zelma Teschner and Wilbur Mat
he f. were ab.cnt Monday.
School Receives Library Books
Last week Frank Heckman, prin
cipal, received from the county
library a group of books for use in
book report work. Consequently, all
are now very busy reading books
which they arc required to report
on to earn ten points in fiction and
ten points in non-fiction.
Practice on Wapinitia'g open air
To make a good corned beef
hash, put a pound of corned beef
through tho meat grinder, with about
5 boiled potatoes, and a little onion
to flavor. Mix well, add a dash of
cayenne, and pat into a liehtly groan-
icd heavy iron skillet in an even lay-
The school board has fixed the va- or. Cook over low heat until a gold
cation for the holidays to begin on on brown cru t is formed, then place
Friday evening, December 20th, and in a pan or lid over the skillet, and
close Monday morning, December turn out. Slip tho uncooked side
30th. It is also agreed that the j into the killet and cook. Slip whole
first day of the new year in 10-10 onto a platter and garnish with pr
will be another day for the stuednts sley. A'-eonipaiiy with :piu"h,
to idbkc v noopee. 1 knle, or oilier gr' cns
Santa has unloaded hh
pack in The Dalles at
Weitfelt Hros. Hook store.
He has left loads and
loads of Toys, Dolls and
Games here for pood hoys
and pirls of this vicinity.
Wc invite you to come
and see I hose wonders.
ShojiO'TS will find heiv
also a verilaMe store
house of nift articles for
everyone. Here .",re some
suggestions from our
Toyi of vry kind
Hook, and gmei for nil ngei
Mechanical and electric train'
DolU and Doll Ditbet
Tool Chett-Ouitding Block.
BOOKS BOOK ENDS
UNUSUAL BOXED GIFTS
M.ost complete stock of Christ
inas Cards, Tag", Seal and (lift
Dressings in Great Variety.
Rook and Music Store
The Dalles Oregon 1
Total cntimated budget ....$1,600.00
Tho estimated budget, as lifted
above, wa adopted by tb budget
eommittuu are heroin undersigned:
B. D. Frly.
E. V. Doty.
II. R. Kaiaer,
J. C. Prttt,
B. F. Turntr.
tht 4th day of December,
L. C. HENNEGHAN,
OH TRUNK RY.
Central Orrgoa Ik
to point in
Tirkrti on aaln Dee. 19 to 25h Im.
Rrtuin limit Midnight Ja. 7, 1930
ALBANY f 10.35
WHITE SALMON 3.95
Tickets, reservations, further lofor
E. W. GRIFFIN, Ticket agent,
Phone, Main 211.
L. S. DAVIS
Trav. Psgr. Agent
TOTS WRITE SANTY
December 3, 192a.
Dear Santa Claus:
How are you? I am fine. I have
been a good girl. Will you please
bring me a pair of goloshes? I am
seven and will soon be eight My
little sister wanti; a doll. I wish
you could come down to Maupin. I
can't think of much to say. Oh yes,
my other sister wants a sewing set.
I need size one in goloshes. I giaess
I will close.
Burn Construction underway on
rondo a Hotel building.
Nolire ir hereby given that the
County Superintendent of Wasco
county, Oregon, will hold the regular
coxnmination of applicants for state
certificates at his office In the court
house of Tho Dnllos as follows:
Commencing Wednesday, December
18, 1929, at 9 o'clock a. m., and con-
tinuing until Saturday, December
SHIP BY TRUCK
RECULAR FRKIf.UT LINE SERVICE
PORTLAND - THE DALLES - MAUPIN
THE DALLES TRUCK LINE Inc. SPICKERMAN'S TRUCK LINI
PORTLAND--TIIE DALLES THE DALLES-MAUPIN
and Way Poln.a and Way PohMa
BONDED & INSURED CARRIERS
Christmas songj will be sung by the
High school for the occasion.
The girls are turning out faith
fully for basketball practice. They
have the court every other day, also
getting half hour off from their
school time every other evening.
Although 'h's is the fir t year that
tbe girLi have played basketball,
they expect to compete with other
ed by a violent uownpour of rain
Sunday and Monday. The Wapinitia
team intends to practice floor-work
in the Lewia hall. The team has
scheduled a game with Kent for
Saturday the 44th. The turn out
for basketball is quite good and the
outlook for a fast team will probably
be realized." The coaches, Heckman
and Gosnell, re putting forth every
effort intoh practice to make an
outstanding t team in basketball.
Despite tjte'dawback of an outside
court th prospect for such a team
Mir. and Mrs. Lester We t anrf
family visited in The Dalles last
Dick Delco is now training for
his boxing bout, which takes place
at Maupin this coming Saturday
BKturday, Mr. and Mrs. William iwazaar, wmch will take place Wed
Sturgia and family made a business jfjpiy evening.
trito The' Dalles.
Frank Brown gave a dance at the
"Dodge place last Saturday. Sever
Mr. ,and Mrs. Shorthill were here
Sunday visiting their daughter,
Miss Myrtle Shorthill.
Several of the farmers on the
Flat shipped hogs on Saturday.
Plans are completed for the
December 3, 1929.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am writing to see if you can
come to Maupin this Christmas as we
would like to tee you.
I have been a good girl and help
ed my mother every day. I am ten
years old and would like a pair of
goloshes. My sister is seven years
old and would like a baby doll. My
brother would like a football. Well
I can't think of much o will close.
December 3, 1929.
Dear Santa Claus:
I wi:h that you would bring mo
a train. I will clean the chimney
out for you. Dear Santa Claus, I
wish that you would bring me a car
that I can ride in. I hope that the
snow is here. Thanks for the toys
that you gave me last year.
Yonr 1it-,t,1 friend.
' Second grade
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U. S. Royal
Reg. Exrta Heavy
29x4.40 $8.25 $11.50
30x4.50 9.20 12.30
29x4.75 10.65 13.15
29x5.00 11.00 13.60
31x5.00 11.85 li.45
29x5.50 14.10 16.85
32x6.00 15.95 18.85
30x3 (Peerless) $1.20
28x5.25 (Royal) 2.45
29x4.40 (Royal) 1.90
29x4.50 (Royal) 1.95
29x5.50 (Royal) 2.85
30x5.00 (Royal) 2.30
31x1 (Royal) 2.20
32x1 (Royal) 2.30