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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View This Issue
Thursday, January Ityi&b
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:As My -M6t&erLGookea?It
C3T WO men were discussing food.
"Yoa know, I'd like to have
iot. .... tome good, old-fashioned stewed
t J toaatoet tenred with toast or crack-,
art and not another thing in the
tomatoes," said Mr.; A. feelingly.
. "And I'd like some real good neat
.'' ' feat with plain tomato sauce that
,v, i.. iidt'l , have so many spices: in it
that yon couldn't taste the tomatoes,"
yearned the other.
.And both of them fell to musing
orer their mothers' cooking and
deploring the present day efforts in
No Cause for Despair.
But there was no real reason for
tieir despair. ' You know and I
know that today it-is jnst as ean-
easier, in fret to prepare the foods
as mother ccoked then as it was
for her. -
.Tate the rratter of plain stew?d
tomatoes. ' Emotjf a rati of tomatoes
into a tkilTet aad bring to the boil,
then reduce the heat so the tomatoes
barely simmer? - Season highly with
salt and black pepper. When partly
boiled down, thicken slightly with
few (mixing about a tablespoon of
flour with a tablespoon of water and
pouring it in slowly) and then put
i a big lump of butter about - two
or three , tablespoons in the toma-
, toes. Serve with toast or crackers.
Mr. A. wouldn't know it from his
mother's. .. . - .
And as for the gentleman who
yearned after true tomato sauce,
doesn't he know that canned tomato
soup, just as it comes from the can
School Standings. .
Tha following students received
a i.raignt "A" average for the first
seniester: A Frtsbuien. Albert Hach
r.jui V.felwi4 and Lenora Ham
turj bi-tihomore. : Wilbur Matthews
and Helen Endersby; Seniors: Avis
iuwisf, i.rus tudersby, '.Marvin.
Walters, Lii.rion O'Brien and Hazel
-, Most of the WapiniUa High school
students have stopped coming to
chool in cars and . either walk or
come wii.h horses. .
, Since the first semester is oyer
1 Wap. Hi has lost two of her students.
. They are Albert Hachler and Marion
Howard. i '
'' The Sophomores have received
their. '"Payne-' laterary Readere" to
tart' working on their second se
' ; ' Wilbur Mathews, Lenora Hammer,
and Eva Linn were" absent from
school Monday morning.
Billie West is back to school after
a week's' illness. " ' ' "' ' '
. The news staff for the next six
' weeks nas been appointed. Lenora
Hammer is chief editor, Ruth Wal
ttrs is editor of grade notes and
I Lloyd Claymied is editor of sprts.
' The Hi tchool has been gifted with
a new stove.
'.. The "Cyclone" basketball team is
now having very little practice be
cause of the lack of a good place to
practice. The ''Cyclones" are try-
ing to get a practice game with Tygh
Volley this, week. They will motor
jto Dufur next Tuesday, where they
anticipate a fast game of basketball.
! Grade Note
; The students exempted from exams
,'in the Eighth grade were Howard
,' and Orari Pechette and Velma Tesch
ner; from the Seventh grade was
Glen Hammer and those from the
Fifth were Frances McCoy, Laurel
Hartman and Everett Hammer.
' School News
The Bookkeeping class is starting
on the 0. W, Keeland & Co., practice
Marion Howard has completed hi3
High school course. We all are sorry
' to see him leave because his leaving
, weakens our basket ball and base
. -kail teams considerably,
f One of. The Dalles triff ic officers
visited school on Monday. Marion
O'Brien was excused for the rest of
IBiTday." Perhaps he stepped oa "Bo"
is idea) for sauces? Just the right
consistency, not too much seasoning
to obscure the tomato flavor, yet
enough to give it a link pep. ,
5 Today's Tomato Sauca '
Then there is tomato sauce, put
nut in tight-ounce cans. It is made
of ripe tomatoes, fresh peppers, and
spices and there are almost endless
ways of using it in cooking and
making gravies, soups, salad dress
ings, cocktail sauces, poultry, frit
ters and many other dishes. One
particularly enticing salad dressing
is to mix the following ingredients
and shake them in a quart jar until
a th irk emulsion is niade: two cups
salad "il, one-half cup lemon juice,
one and one-fourth tablespoons salt,
one teaspoon paprika, two teaspoon
sugar and one ei:ht-oi:nce can of
tomato sauce. This dressing can
be kept in the refrigerator indef
initely and is excellent on lettuce
or vegetable salads. It it very good
with avocado salad, too.;
Another tomato product which it
on the market is tomato paste which
is even thicker than tomato soup
and is put up in order to save the
hostess the careful watching and
constant stirring which she would
have to spend in order to bring
tomatoes to such a concentration.
Tomato paste may be thinned with
meat stock for use as a sauce, thus
adding to its rich flavor without
making it too thin. It is used, too,
in making the meat sauce for Italian
spaghetti 'One woman who likes
Wilson's toiC during, tnj last game
with Maupin. - ' ;
' (Dorothy Hood. Editor)
'Last 'Tuesday the regular Student
Body meeting was held and. new
Student Body officers, elected. They
Elected officers Retiring officers
Pres. Daniel. Wing James Zumwalt
Vice-Pre. Bernice Muller . Carmel
. Woodcock. ,. , . ,, , ,
Tres. Hazel Johnson, Bertha Muller.
Editor, Dorothy Hood, Bernice Mul
ler. Librarian."' Barbara Itobinson, trm
Webb. J " '
Sargt-at-arms, - Clifford .... "Stinkey
,Dayjs. t . -
Athletic Manager, Clifford Brown,
The officers took their places the
following Tuesday after election. -
Tygh Valley High school will play
their first' basketball game Tuesday,
January 14. which is to be a double.
header, at Dufur. This' will be thetime but Mondav. the 13th, was the
first girls' team ' for Tveh Vallev
High, although for several years the
girls have' tried to make a team. The
boys have had considerable practice
and are ready to beat the Dufur
boys, as the girls plan to beat the
Dufur girls. Considerable spirit
has been shown this year and we
have had a wonderful turn-out,
i much due to the athletic manager
and coach, Clifford Browu. -
Evelyn Olds of Grass Valley en
rolled here Monday, making tha to
tal of 37 in High school. , Harold
Crawford dropped out at mid-term
and Naomi Magill graduated, ,. Miss
Magill is leaving Wednesday for
Portland,, where she will attend tho
Northwestern Business college.. .
Last week was a busy time for
all, with Monday and Tuesday for
six weeks exams, and Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday for seameEtcr
exams. .Also much time was taken
up in, finding Credits and assigning
Due to the cold weather the .Wa
mic bus did not arrive until 11:00
Monday morning. Most of the
children came in private ears. j
Those absent Monday were: Ber
nice Muller, Daniel Wing, Clifford
Davis, Kenneth Webb, Forrest ,Ur-j
ban,' Carmel Woodcock and Harney
try new thin reports that she
used tomato paste in eat ajaf 'and
that it made the loaf. alkc. well andi r
that it gave a delicious flayot; to it.lliw n. ,.
.-.Another tomato disthis. time. .J
using the plain canned tumaloes .
will serve as the mam dtsh of ' ' "5 r
meaL: It's game is Ripe vOUve and -.
Cheese. Roast,, To nuke it,,wjt, f ,H . ,
four tablespoons of chopped onion (
in two tablespoons of butter until a' rtM,M '
golden brown. ' Add cements 6f"w "!i
number 2v4 can of tomatoes and uf-.l
cook gently for five minutes. Add .
one and one-half teaspoons salt, one
fourth teaspoon pepper an 1 ore ccp
of grated cheese. Stff''l hc"A 'lt ;
cheese is melted, then acid vi.,f. t
chopped ripe olives. .Bust aUwnd
three cups of bread rr,:.0 . ,i ut ..,
alternate layers of the toniwei and ""'
crumlii in a buttered bulrifis ' 5ish,!'n" ,,it'
having the crumbs on tojv WDot . ' i
with butter,, and brown, in, aJiot , j
oven tor arput twenty minutes, .ilia .
recipe will serve eight people. ' '
Tomatoes in the Main Dish
For those who like spicy .Mexican,, ;..,
dishes Tamales fa Rice Border are r
tempting. Cut the tamales from V '"' '
number 2 can in slices. ' Add the1"'' '
contents of a can of tomato sonp, A.
one-balf cup of sliced, stuffed. olives j.
and one-half teaspoon pf salt to the
tamal liquor. Simmer until some-" ""
what thick. '-Add sliced tamales,"'"'1
and heat j On a large platter make I ' "
a ring of hot, boiled rice and pour
the Umale-tomato mixture in the
The Claj-mier' fimily 'atc' Sunday
dinner with' the 'StUrgV famity. Ih
the evening they 'motored t0A Mau
pin to a pictnre' show."' i
and' Saturday with 'Avis 'Endmby:'
r Gerald and Lloyd Claymier; lfelen
Endersby and Mr. and'Mrt.'" Ernip
Endersby went' to Manpin to " see ' thfe
basketball game between' Maupin' and
Roth WaItf y')is1iYi staying
with her brother, bncar, . the pa t
week. i iao an i
Floyd , Holloman cime ouU from
his .tramipg; (juiiarji t ThijDalles
and' i siting1 parent, Mr. and
Mrs. Ma IIoUomAa.f ;
The Flat V once more covered
with a - blanket of sriow" to -about
three or four inch in'depth. The mcr.
cury in the thermometer has fallen
rapidly1 oirtil the tfero point" 'average
has been reached. Some even report
that the mercury 'fell to ten below
on Satnrday night.1 !
Tho: c that were hr Maupirt -Satur-day
from Wapinitia '-were - Hazel
Laughlin, Mr. -end Mrs. Lewis Mc
Coy, Fritz and Albert Hachler, Floyd
Holloman and Marion O'Brien.
It ha? been' pretty cold for' somo
to,uesi IBr oemg nown i0 zero.
Hoot owls have been " bad ' this
winter catching chickens.' A certain
party has been laying for Mr Owl
and was' lucky enough to catch a
big one. It measured four ' feet
seven inches from tip to tip;
There Is no ;Vtfa;Konv for remdvfrig
food from a can ' :t'' 'sornf' as it 'is
opened. In fact, tranferring the
earirted product 'to 'another 'recepta
cla might add to thd danger of coh
tamlnation. " : ' ' ''
Buy sheets 24 to 30 inches "wider
and longer than thd mattress"' bo
that the' ends and sides can" be well
tucked' In. ' This' length 'also 'allows
for a generous turnover ori tlie'top
sheet to protect "the 1 blankets' 'and
comfdrtabIcs.': " "f
Leather furniture coverings'' look
better and last' lo'nger' ' if they're
rubbed occasionally with' cafetor" oil.
This restores t tbe leather lb oil
that gradually dries' out; "' Itirtf the
liquid in well "and 'wipe "off any"cx
cess on the surface, to" prevent"' Its
soiling whatever toucrcs it' arid"' col
lecting dust 'and' dirt.'" "-' ''"c
Select larfee' o'ystcrs ; 'ic" ghigle
try -Dral tbra and Wk hern over
carefully for bits of shell. Have
finely shifted brend cratxib.ee awri.
mi wiiH(Mui winiwi VUriheT'SBii auic. ft tt
oVster, ira wcir-beatfn Teggto Vntch iiTg ln"the TcJ,
I tabkspoon of cold wata'
waber hai been JroxH I'ifSt-i 'j
in W Wisoaidf Vhif rUr atWuluhcj
ftilded, and roll them
crumbs.. .(Macs the oysters on a pan
or busNiOo stand until the egg and
Vrcad w.iiing h hardened. Fry
in a Vtitlf rying basket hf deep, fat
hut rnig to brown a bread crumb,
in 4aHA0qds; . :
Thr?w-t.e ystera awy and, .cat tie
bjardEd. . lUl O y J
;J Varm reminders'
Thfrty'-fhrce 'carloads of eggs
were-thJiod from Oregon during
. - ,
Most lacking in Oregon soils fori
production of horticultural crops,,
.ays tho ex"rtl'nftftatiij,,r t
. Most bacteria in ffrttk. conrt
from dirty cows,i dirty, Hjten
but dirty stabtoslUadSucnd Stof-
surroundings all . add thtir share,
ounuings an . adU thtir share,,
ExDerience and investlvatinn In.
teatt: that ;inbmJihg- of . Hon is
ThoF proftiable farm" "practice, says
the Oregon -Exepriment station. -
l(!!9.r-e5?n. W.'H H rcadyfJL- dis
tribution by mail, radio broadcasting
through jtjiepswand, .ptljtwis.e,
W? pbruaryjapcrdig t an
aunpunetnqt just,re,leajicd b,y, Qr.e
pa Jt.at(j,,f 9Ue;iiex.teiisipn1 service.
'.Ml4 . J, i. k" '. ,.'.".'! vfu.t i! !
,i!,0u pf. ?C65,x'ow,ui ,Oregnn cow
testir.g a OviiUutts during , Novem
ber, , )5. )ivr,Hgeiii m,0!re- .than, .,40
pounds, fjlwUcfR while iho.aver
Ke fortheiwholo, mimbej.iwas 2LJf2
IwuiuW according toithe official re-
; ii"rd. just jelease by: N.. C Jamison,
cxtenFion dairyman fit n .Oregon
State college. Qf the 400 herds on
tef-, ih . .one, .owned by Joe .Dyer of
the junva.t ilia associaUon placed, fir "t
lyeragint 83G, jpounds of .milk , and
19. pounds, pf btterf at. JUgH pro
.tiucing.(cow .was owned,,, by a. J.t t R.
Krau3;;ff ,the, kYamhil association,
Ierqr,ecordwas, 1212 pounds of milk
jpntaining 116.4 pounds of butter
fat. Eleven association. , reported
testing records for the, nponh. These
were; Mclowest No. 1, Pine-Eagle,
Wallowa, , Tillamook. . .Baker, Vam-
hill, "Coquilie Valley, Umatilla, "( Un
ion, Central Oregon and Mclowesit
No. , 2.
i'm ) ittiw IHt, t i
.GjeFhain-Ncw, sign .installed, at
Welling;, Cap, locate! ,a,t .corner, pf
- .( T
uGresharn Po.,t office. rnov.ed from
first State .bank buildjng to new .lo
cation in ..building, on. Powelj, street.
.JondonRC. Potter A' company
jewelers, now o cupying quarters in
Dunn building. . -
Burns- 4'Timi-HeraW" , and i the
"Burns. Nofts". consolidated. '
' Vale-lnterefit -. of E; C' Nnftzgf r
hi Independent Grain company haa
changed hands. . ' ' '
MAUPIN HI TIMES ;V
. "'. fcorttinued on paire 3) " ',
try to" make "yoli cram more of the
craxy ptuff intomy head," Bo ex
claimed as he closed his book with
a wg. '"'"' ""
, -., Prim", :,..,
Gertrude . Kirsch, has , been . absent
several, days, on account pf .the cold
weather. , JEvery , one in the Primary
, . 20x4.40. . $85
80x4.50 :::IL:&. ' 9.20
29x5.00 :.j;:.f......v J1.00
Mf- -ir "Mlloon I
h" '! 'o ' '',mmmmii- ..t-",,,'r I ;, , m
, .' . .... .'t , , ...r i
bt glad when CertruJe
'T-r is a C
Chinese-, vlllug on thtii
Thincso are travel-
an chtilis, wheclbar-
1 X'f IVletW H K.m.4 It bookS
. ) lux nw Cu-ijns Ju ries have
been enjoyed by tho r'iret and'Se-
Attrartive Cbmeso pictiurai srf
YHtirriuUiy. luilda boanii::!
Tho fe wfUwcr left in tb Pri
niarylrduio; ciukl in iiun-Ue i.h
freezing night. . . y
ThPrirtaryl pupirs'-' ro ' my
our lmwtrj ni ni' room nun
rrfn. I nnlnnl
Edna Cnntrell has chartr
wrap or Chi week..
nc'w inspectors "ac!"'
Pratt and Jack McLcod.
l - f .L rarJ-W Fourth i
Everyone came to school Monday,
although it has b'oW vWjf cokt J
Some , helpful health posters arc
oh the wall, whirh the children
made withovit any "help from their
KiUk aU t ,
room . will
f : 1 " i '. "' I m.it
I C" I i k but,
I 1 '-. IJ
omen s Mioes
Values $0.50 to ?8.50
Pumps, Straps, Oxford:?
' , AH Heck".
Values $5.50 to $6.50
Come "t in All Heels
The above means that if you buy rone Hair or
sh? Krra, m ill.bo ftp 'another pair
absolutely tree. In this manner you get two
pairs ami only vy for one.
AEU nma R K 'riL
204'E. Second St. The Dallea
SHIP: BY STRUCK
W 'ac.irtw St t , , , 't.c'w -4
RECULAR FREKJ1IT LINE SERVICE
'I Between . , r
'rPMiTlMn 1' THE DAliLEferli 'iiXfeftfJ
THE DALLES TRUCK UNE Inc.
j $ ( i i i 1 t- -PORTLAND.
and Way Poin';'(.
BONDED & INSURED CARRIERS
..IV M- .1
28x5J25 mM 2.45
295.50 (Royal) ' lU Jl! ! ZM
30x5.00 (Royal) 2.30
, 81x4" (Royal) j...v...;;..j;-v... 2J2&
i32x4 (Royal) J53X..lMw
I.oyul rrutt say h nml a '',1104
iimo anl-in-gUid thi hid kuclj . a
vgc trowd at" the, carl party Flri
ay night" ' p
Fifth aad SUtk
,ay,' nVcltat'ynFsi. t
prt mm mst wrva. inne whom
curd Ijovrad,' f tyibftj Bor
toj-dy msrka eri f meryBetllah.
Vvi., KWW ) AJtKY ETft'
Frnnklyn, lslle, Lena. Aliens at4
no4 been abxenl nor tardy ,thl yr.
Biilah; , ' Hnjr-; 1 ) Erjast,
Knthleen, Kranklyn and Lll wart
A number of-tha Eighth- grsds
pupils participated in tha ttattf ax
aminntiuns lt wek. Craatha
Turner 'nnVlkttyi Slasher tookUha
entire e'xam, while th rest oftba
C'radw took. phi jf; Agriculture.
"The pupils wasted a change last
Friday aftefmrm,' to Instead ofc ths
iiniiil spelling match they hadon
in ' arithmetic. - Oil 'piHal wciVeJ
1 problems on. the board, until a
I defeated. ' Anothef pupils was V"
rhnnen to ialie 'lila'plaeo.-"-'
m i'umps, oiraps.
vaikuii aa vvsp r) ?
MKN'&-Lot-1-.. .. .a
Values $6.50 to $8.M
Buy one, jret another
pair absolutely free. ,
Values $5.90 -to'-$7.60
Pay for one, ..get ..the
oilier pair for nothing.
SPICKERMAN'S TRUCK Liwl
THE D ALL IS. MAUPIN
M Petsrlesal $U0