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Thur.dny, January 23, liKJO.
THE -MAUPIN TIMES
NmVhhftrliond School Notes!
tcwenty-fint. were called off be
cause pf cold weather.
J Monday morning several of the
TIms High school ha. -ent for fjii; hool student, came to school
ihy b-hk fce-m which a plej U to j with jl0gt on their eyelashes, eye-
b ri:tefl h.-w-i nd noses,
The addition of a teaspoonful of
powdered sugar to the French dress
ing improves the flavor of most
Valentines all descriptions
now on display at the Maupin Drug
Aukm-uii lT;.-rv mi! cuts
.vaking preer'.'- arc MW I
Kodytnr "Mexican Annexatij; o'lJ
Phaea of Expaneion."
The following pupils were bsent
ftom school Monday morning: Len
or Hammer, Ellwyn Sturgis, Ruth
Walters ad Zelma Teschner.
Wilbur Mathews and Mlvin Wal
Urs walked to school Monday morn
irg. When the janitor? arrived at
achoel Monday morning they found
the temperature to be two below
aero la the Higrh school and ten be.
Jaw In the Primary room.
TKp Plat is still covered with
mow, whidh is now eighteen inches j prade room are
rn depth. Many thermometers reg- Holloman; Door
The Commercial Geography claaj
Is studying the chapter "Canada and
The officers in the Primary room
are: Chairman, Wallace Woodside;
Library monitor, Harvey Wall;
I'aner monitor. Kenneth Birchard;
Pencil monitor, Agnes Lewis; Desk
monitor. Ted Hachler.
Second grade ttudentg have been
making flash cards.
Self government has a great ef
feet on the upper grade room. Sev
eral pupils are paying penalties for
The weekly officers up the upper
Bell Ringer, Cleo
Blossom buds of fruit trees are
larger and plumper than leaf buds.
county by hatchery department of
State Game . commission M. F.
Seven-mile stretch of Pacific
Highway between Klamath : Falls
and Yreka, California, will be re
surfaced at cost of 121,620.
Fossil Local man purchased
John Day Valley stage route.
Moro Moro State Bank took over
Citizen. Bank at Gras Valley.
MAUPIN HI TIMES
Mo t fed flavors and ordors are
more pronounced in cream than in
the milk from which the cream is!
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ktered aa low as tewenty below zero Wall; Boys' Class Reporter, Everett
' . i i. a j- i ri B.na
Hondey mornmg. iay ana m?ru mmnier; uin- .a wyi
t..l noiTttfntr ni. ! v;rtl Vaf Wast Panpr monitor.
turw on windows and biting human Joren Pachette; Desk Inspector, Vel
nosea and toes. The weather fore- ma Teschner; Temeprature, Cleo
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While there are many theories of
tellinsr the sex of poultry at a day
old for which high degrees of ac
curacy are claimed, most of them do
not work out in practice. It is true,
however, that flock owners who are
thnrnuirhlv familiar with the char
acteristics of the strain with which
they are working can pick out the
cockerels by the light color of the
head nd the fact tht they have more
yellow in the shnk;.
(continued from first page)
la large lactories or where many
people are employed punctuality is
reouired. Each person must be at
hia post when the whk tie blows.
In athelctic games the action must
be suited to the moment.
In every work of life punctuality
is essential to success.
Why not learn in school?
New Sets Use Screen Grid Tubes
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Holloman; Eraser Duster, Beth West
and Cleo Holloman.
cswt predicts continued cold.
Basket Ball t
The games of basket ball to be Seventh grade snmenis nave juv
played with Tygh Valley last Fri- i complied their state exams in geo-
day and with Dufur, Tuesday the graphy.
Pine Grove Doings
. Some of the thermometers at
.Pyre Grove registered 20 derees be-
grees Delow zero on upper eno oi me
Flat the past week, and 26 below
; Ben Richardson has returned to
( his home, after staying a few weeks
at his ranch above Prineville.
Mrs. Bronner is still very ill, hav
ing been in bed since Christmas.
Doctor Elwood visited her last Sat
June.Hope and Mae Walters were
' absent from school last week, on ac
count of severe weather. .
' Several of the ranchers are out
: with teams and snow plows break
ing roads, the snow being around
two feet deep.
Some of the Pine Grove men
were puting up ice last week, and
reported that it was about seven
1 Several new calves arrived at the
I Weberg and Cunningham homes the
past week. Weather is rather cold
t for the little infants.
A dust storm from the prairies of
i Washington covered Juniper Hat
with a brown dust Thursday last.
Pine Grove school wa not held
Friday an account of cold weather.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Walters and
family were gusts at the Earl Cun
ningham home Sunday.
No Sunday school was held at Pine
Grove Sunday on account of the
cold weather. .
Walter Sharn is helping Bill For
man feed cattle during the cold
Although many persons still do
not believe that spontaneous com
bustion ever actually takes place, I
there is definite scientific proof of
it, and many a farmer has learned
H from the sad experience of watch
ing his barn "go up in smoke." It
is estimated, in fact, that farmers of
the United States sustain loss of
nearly 30 million dollars annuity
from this cause. However, even
this says the Oregon Experiment
station, is small compared with the
loss in values through deteriorated
quality and condition of grain or
hay, due to spontaneous ' heating
i which does not proceed to the igni
Oregon has 170 weekly new
psper. , and about GO magazines, re
quiring the use each week of prob
ably four million sheets of paper, 5
trs cf i.ik, and the efforts of scv
eral thousands persons in their publication.
Third and Fourth Gradi
Eunice Lindley was absent Thurs
day, Friday and Monday because of
The Third grade has finished the
project of "Clothing We Wear" in
Geography. They made a little
book in Gcograrhy with samplej of
silk, cotton, wool, linen, leather, fur
and rubber. These little books are
all done very neatly and look as
though the children had .used much
patience while making them.
The Third and Fourth graders
arc making health posters.
The children and Mrs. Joynt were
afraid for a while that their gold
fish would not live during the cold
weather but they are gotting along
The Fourth graders have ttarted
studying the divisions of the United
States and nrc studying the New
England States as the first group.
When the apples intended for
frying with lam or bacon are color-
fera. a few "redhots" the little
flavored syrup and nut meats in
making candied aweet potatoes. To
prepare thic, cook the syrup down
slowly with the nutmeats until it
almost reaches the candy stage,
then pour it over the sweet potatoes
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rinjianiom cPtidies may be stirred j which have been boiled, peeled and
U) to add fc n navor ana coir oiCut in thicK suces
Cram puff shells filled with fish
ef ehicken aalad make a delighfnl
party refreshment. For another
narration, the$ may be filled with
lee cream and served with hot
chocolate sauce for dessert.
'f New, different and delicious is
f the dish created by the use of maple
When making puffy omelet, best
remits are obtained by beating the
egg whites and yolks separately,
being careful not to beat the whites
to0 much, as they do not blend as
well with the yolks when too dry.
Contrary to general opinion, cook
ing garbage for pigs is not only un
necessary but undesirable at it tends
to lower the feeding value and dis
tributes the flavor of any unpala
table materials throughout the whole
batch. The old Oregon law requir
ing garbage to be cooked has been
changed, and the feeding of uncook
ed garbage is now legal. When
feeding garbage, however, it is nec
essary to keep the hogs immunized
against cholera by the use of good
serum and viru:. says the Oregon Ex
Seventh and Eighth Gradet
Betty Slusher and Irene Wood-
cock were tne leaders oi me nrun-,
meUc match last Friday.
Tho e neither absent nor tardy
the last six weeks are: Greatha
Turner. Henry Wilson, Betty Slush
er, Irene Woodcock, Earl Adding
ton, Douglas Bothwcll, Jack Chas
tain, Ralph Kaiser, Theodore Kirsch,
j Herbert Kramer, Dorothy Greene.
iRomiiT Hollis. Frances Lindley and
Clover and vetch straw from which
tha seed has been threshed has a
fertilizer value of at least twice that
,of stable manure.
Fifth and Sixth Grade
Lena Turner and Nina Chastain
ware. oK'ont from ta-honl MondaV.
I The Fifth grade are studying
seentence structure in their English
Those in the Fifth and Sixth re
ceiving grades of 05 per cent or
over arc: Dorothy, Franklyn, Lea
lie, Alice, in spelling; Alice, Allene,
in language; John, Franklyn, Leslie
in Arithmetic; Floyd and Leo, in
Two new Hadlolns employing tha
n!w AC screen grid tur-ea and a new
power amplifier In a apr-elnlly designed
circuit to bring out their lull capabili
ties, have been announced by E. A.
Nicholas, vice president of the Radio
Victor Corporation of America.
One of these sets, Radlola 4. 1
table model, and the other. Radlola 4.
Is a cousolw with a built-in electro
dynamic loudspeaker. Both receiver!
are 'encased In cabinets or two mncd
'Radlola 4t." the announcement of
Mr. Nicholas explains. "uMIUes three
UY 22 1 screen grid tubes, two uf which
serve as radio frequency ampllliers,
and the third as a power detector.
Tha new UX 245 power amplliler tube
Is used In the single t:n-e of audio
amplification. The receiver has throe
tuned radio frequency circuits, but be
canse of the characteristics of the
screen grid tubes, has as much selec
tivity as a set having four tuned cir
cuits and using the standard three ele
ment tubes. Tha two UY22t tubes
which are used as radio frequency am
plifiers give as much amplification as
four of the ordinary three-element
"Thn sereon-grld power detector
lube gives such a strong lK"al that
It makes possible the elimination of
one stags of audio frequency amplifi
cation, reducing to a minimum the
possibility of distortion, sometimes
present where successive stancs of
audio amplification are used. The out
put enorgy from the Plata of this
power detector tube la transferred by
a choke and niter system to the I'X
243 power amplifier tube Instead or
thrmiEh a transformer. This results
In an exceedingly high quality of
musical reproduction and brings out
particularly well tho full tones of tho
bass register. As an additional pro
caution to Insure undlstorted reproduc
tion, the UY 221 power detector tuba
has a radio frequency filter rhlch pro
vents any radio frequency disturbance
from being carried over Into the audio
"The UX 215 power Radlotron uned
as nn audio amplifier Is capable of
delivering a power output equal to
that of the UX-210 Radlotron. but
operates with a lower plate Imped
ance which results in a greatly iiu-
Models Odlgned Espaolally to Get the
Most From New Radlotron
proved quality of tone reproduction.
As used lu rtadlola 44. the UX44I
Radlotron will give undlstorted vol
ume In execess of the requirement! ot
the average home."
An unusual type of wlector dial Ii
employed In Radlola 44. In addition to
the tir.ua! scale marking! of lero to
one hundred, the selector dial hai ip
proxiniata kilocycle marking! to facili
tate tuning. When the set Is In opera,
tlnn. the scalo markings and numbsn,
rre.ttly magnified, are projected upon
a smiijl iransiuccui, coropiwiuon
screen In the center of the escutcheon
plate. Another unusual feiture U a
two In-one tuning and volume control,
arranged concentrically so that they
appear to be one control, iddlng mate
rially to the external appearance and
enabling the user to operate both con
trols slmultaneosly with oue hand. A
local distance awllch maintain! the
quality of reproduction for both itrong
local and weak dletance statloua.
Ths snmo radio circuit and Radio
irons as used In Radlola 44 ire Incor
porated In Radlola 46. together Uh
a built-in electro dynamic loudspeaker
of the Model 106 type. r
A tablespoonful of honey added
to each lervmg of grapefruit gives
a pleasant flavor.
Make Your Candy
The crevices in wicker furniture
are difficult to clean. Try brushing
followed by dusting.
Br JOSEPHINE B. GIBSOy
Director, Home Economics Dept
H. J. Ueini Company
P)R making uniformly fine
grained, creamy confections, a
few drops oi pure cidtr vinegar,
added before cooking, seems actually
to perform miracles. The vinegar
-i. rar tn a form that docs
not crystalize readily, thus keeping
the candy or trosung 8iu
creamy. Even if one is so busy
(Stat the cooking pan remains on the
' fire a moment too long, the candy
stays creamy-and vinegar is such
a simple thing to use for this pur
pose; it is always on hand m every
vra make a frost
ing, or candy, try adding a few drops
of pure cider vinegar, iuu "
delighted with the results. One tea-
uiiwar to two CUDS of
sugar is the quantity generally used.
You may enjoy trying some of
these delicious recipes today:
While Mountain Cream Frosting
2 cups granulated sugar
- A -nn rnlrl water
1 teaspoon pure cider vinegar
Cook without stirring, over a very
. .t .. fx- until the frostinsr forms
" ft thread that does not shrink back
to the pan and does not nave ntue
kibbles on It when dropped from the
tip of a spoon. Remove from the
t awl finer slo-wlv. beating con-
itantly, over 2 stiffly beaten egg
-.whites. Beat until creamy, riavor
and spread over cake.
ftanut Butter Fudge Mix
, tlieroughly 2 cups granulated sugar,
. - W cup milk, 2 heaping tablespoons
' -peanut butt-r and 1 teaspoon pure
wini-crnr. Boil slowly. Without
vi-i -.-o --.
tiinir until when a few drons are
poured into a cup of cold water a
firm ball i formed. Remove from
fire, cook until luke warm and beat
until creamy. Pour into buttered
pan and cut into squares
Divinitv FudceUix 2 cuds gran
ulated sugar, Y, cup corn syrup,
y2 cup cold water ana l teaspoon
vinegar. Cook slowly, without stir
rintr until the mixture forms an
almost brittle ball in cold water.
Pour over 2 egg whites, stiffly
beaten, and beat until creamy. Add
1 cup nutmeats and vanilla. Pour
into a buttered pan and mark into
Silk scorches very easily if ironed
with too hot an iron. It al:o gets
: yellow. Use a warm iron and pro
tect the silk with cheesecloth. Iron
i the silk on the wrong aide.
K.s; ' ?va '
Here's a tasty and substantial
vegetable menu for this time of
year: Corn fritters, glazed onions,
rcalloped tomatoes, pickle or sour
relish or lettuce salad and jellied
prunes with cake. Serve for lunch
eon or supper.
Before buying an electric washing
machine find out about the kind of
current it requires whether direct
or alternating, and see if that is the
kind supplied to your house. If you
have alternating current inquire
about the cycle.
Several of the First and Second
graders aro compelled to be absent i
on account of the revere weather. !
Every one in tho Primary room j
Wna happy to have Jeanne Mayhew .
back to school on Monday. She was
absent on account of the cold.
Much nraise is due to the little
people living out of the Maupin dis
trict for their determination to at
tend school. Dean Crabtree, First!
grader, and ' Glen Chastain, Second I
grader, have braved the snow every
The" First and Second graders art
making valentlnor. in the Art periods. !
Elnora Cunningham has charge' of
the wraps for this' week.
Naomi Schilling and Elwin Doty
aro 'the ''Cleanliness Inspectors for
Last week was again report card
Several of the pupils have ii"ilhcr
year. They are the following;
First grade; Verl Confer. Dean
Crabtree, Car Mayhcw, Jtick Mc-Loed.
Second grade, Jack Bothwcll, Ed
na Cuntrtll, Mae Croene, Etwln
Doty, e.ayle Mayhew, Cheri Pratt
The First and Second graders are
1 tivhig the bock, "Our Little Chinese
Cousin," rend to them in connection
with their Chinese product.
SHIP BY TRUCK
REGULAR FREIGHT LINE SERVICE
PORTLAND - THE DALLES MAUPIN
THE DALLES TRUCK LINE Inc.
and Way Poina
SPICKERMAN'S TRUCK LINE
nd Way Points
BONDED & INSURED CARRIERS
Peanut and Cocoanut Balls
CTtiis rpcine is so simole that you
may let the children try it.)
Vi cups cocoanut
rA cup peanut butter
y, teaspoon vanilla
Mix all ineredients thoroughly,
and roll into small balls. Chill and
2 cups light brown sugar
y4 cup molasses or corn syrup
2 tablespoons vinegar
2 tablespoons water
yt teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons butter .
2 teaspoons vanilla
Boil 5rst five ingredients until,
when tried in cold water, the mix
ture becomes brittle. Add butter and
vanilla. Turn into a buttered pan
and as soon as cold enough to han
dle, pull, being careful to use only
tips of fingers. Stretch in a long
rone and cut into inch lengths.
To make a good potato salad,
cook 4 medium- ized potatoes in
their jackets in boiling salted water.
When the potataoes are tender but
not soft, drain them and remove
the skins. When cold cut in small
uniform cubes and pour over them 1
cup of hot cooked salad dressing.
Add 1 cup finely cut celery, 1 tea
tpoon or more finely grated onion,
one-fourth cup chopped pickle, 1 one
half teaspons salt, pepper if liked.
Chill and serve on lettuce leaves.
OREGON NEWS NOTES
Crane Oreeon Oil company re
sumed operations in drilling for oil
on Culp place, 12 miles west of
Woodburn Portland Gas &
Coke company wil spend $30,000
on improvements in this town.
Klamath Falls Swansen building
at 619 Main street leased for five-
vear neriod bv Connolly brothers.
Newberg (New heating equipment
installed in Vincent building.
Approximately 100,000 trout be
ing planted in stroam.3 of xamhiH
32x6.00 - 15.95
30x3 1A (Peerless) .....$1.20
28x5.25 (Royal) 2.45
29x4.40 (Royal) l.w
31x4 (Royal) ...
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