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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (March 20, 1930)
Thin-Jay, Mh 20, 150.
Neighborhood School. Notes i
planning a field trip for ome tlm
Wilbur Mathews wa absent from
cbottl four days cf l.t week and
Xooday morning of thia week.
The Higher Arithmetic class ! Is
atodyinff bank discount.
Tba American History class : ia
ttudyinf tht chapter entitled "Pro
ftritj, Panic and Slow Recovery."
Th Bookkeeping cIm is now
ttrnggtisf with the first ledger
dosing exercise in Keelanda' Practka
' The Intermediate room washed
windows and cleaned the play
(round last Friday afternoon.
Tha Biology claw is studying on
the chapter "Adaptations for Pol
lination" which deak with self, ar
tificial and cross pollination of all
Uppd Cfkda Room
The officers for this week in the
upper grade room are : Mayor,
Viola West; secretary, Laural Hart-
Bksn; councilmen, Ellen Hachler,
Beth West and Le Woodside;
HnV flaca T?onnrr C.en HoliiV
man; Girls' Cla.s Reported, June
Bachkr; bell ringer, Norbet Wall;
door keeper, Oren Peehette; paper
monitor, Howard Perchette; desk
inspector, Frieda Hachler; writing
papr, Glenn Hammer; temperature
Cleo Holloman; eraser dusters.
Frieda Hachler and Howard Po
pros-raw in baseball so far thu sea
son. The schedule for the pennant
games are as follows:
March 21 Tygh at Wapinitia.
March 28 Dufur at Dufur.
April 4 Maupin at Wapinitia.
April 11 Tygh at Tygh
April 18 Dufur at WapialUe,
April 26 Maupin at Maupin.
'practice or practice half heartly. Is
this the attitude to take when your
roach and team mates have worked
hard to have a winning team and
then you will not work to the best
of your ability! Some fellows who
could play baseball if tlwy tried
say, "What's the use of trying? Bill
has got me beat anyhow."
H Hat Uiina
A tourist traveling through a
country itopped at a raa station. He
I iuiHksi) fnnr hnlos etit in tba door of
j Tourist: ''I do not want to be so
.inquisitive, but why are those four
' . .. . . . atta
boles cut in inat aoor:
Owner: "You see I havt four cats
and those holes serve the purpose for
tho:e cats to jump through."
Tourist: "Why not have one big
hole! Woudn't that serve the pur-
Owner: "Oh no, stranger, you
don't know me. Whn 1 say scat I
! Friends, as I have said
lb no fun. The enjoymeut in ba.-e-
tL.n f m h. tk. mmi hat ara
1WMI iviin? iivm c " " '
played, tven then no great amount
of joy is obtained if a team has no
notrs to cheer the team on, and
to conaole them when defeated.
This year Wapinitia has pros
pects of a fairly good team, but it
will be much better if you, the
citizens of the community, will come
out to all home games and even ac-
..onn team trt other nlaces.
IVH1hui .i i v w ------ m
I Come on, folks, let's support the
Ihnma team airiin&t all invaders!
Kxjwi iouccd tree trraftom roll-r
the grafting wod while the tree l
still dormant and preserve it by
putting R In cold torHge or pack
ing in mist ground, mots or saw
dust and storinc in a cold place un
til needed. IMiltd instructions for
grafting and budding, formulas for
grafting wax and pthtr information
ar contained in extension bulletin
384. which may be obtalnod free of
charge from ths college at Orvalli?.
The officers in the Triraary room
have been ' practicing baseball with
the High school boys. Some of
them are Droving to be good players.
It; haa been prophesied that Cleo
Hplloman will make the team this
Cleo Holloman was the only mem
ber in the upper grade room last
' The Eighth graders have nearly
finished all their books for the year.
' Primary Room . , ,
The officers is the Promary room
for this week are: Chairman. Ted
Hachler; Paper monitor, Alice May
Sturgis; Pencil monitor, Agner
Lewis; Library monitor, Winifred
McCoy; Desk monitor, Harvey Wall.
The Third and Fourth grades are
Baseball is a game which nearly
every one knows and understands.
All or nearly all have playd some
time in their life. Some like the
game belter than do others. Nearly
every school has a team in baseball
seasons. Some schools are very sue
ces fu). some are not.
"But all must "practice. This
suggested by the proverb, "Practice
Makes Fcfect,". Practice is not the
fun that some think, although a cer
tain amount of enjoyment ie obtain
ed from such practice as is attained
after school and at noons when the
squad is divided into two teams. ,
In practice nearly every on some
time or another is corrected or in
structed in the fundamentals of
baseball. To some this correcting
gets under the skin, to others it has
the desired effect, but all, regardless
of how good they are, are not so
good but they can be better.
Some teams after winning a
game of two think that they are
good enough and do not need any
more practice, so begin to cut
I. ham West,' Bill Forman and Earl
Cunningham branded cattle Sunday.
Several from the Flat attended
the St. Patricks dance at Maupin
Misa Helen Endersby called at the
Chas. Cox home Thursday evening.
Miss Myrtle Shorthill was a Sun
day giKst of Mr. and Mrs. Iham
Frank IWkman attended the
principals' meeting at Dufur Satur
day. A babv girl wc. bom to Mr. and
Mr?. Charles Davis Thursday.
Mr. and Kis. Everett Ha7.cn and
family. Mr. r.nd Mrs. Julius Shrflin,
Rev. Clark Smith and son, Ralph,
vert guests at the Roy Ward home
Mr. and Mts. Erni. Endrr. by vis
ited at the Earl Cunningham home
A larre crowd attended Chriatian
Endeavor and church at Wapinitia
Mrs. L. W. West visited relatives
in Dufur Saturday.
Ernie and Avis Endersby, Ed
Beebe, Crystal Hartman and the
Laughlins had dinner at Mr. and
Mrs. Cunningham's Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lou McCoy and Ar
nold Gosncll were at Maupin Satur
' Sunday morning Crystal Hartman
and Hazel Laughlin drove to Tine
Grove for Sunday school.
Probobly the safest way of handl
ing bee colonics infected with Ameri
can foul brood is to kill the bees with
l calcium or sodium cyanide and then
burn thc live, say bee specialists of
the Oregon experiment ttatton The
burning is best done in a pit in order
that the remains may be entirely
buried, thus preventing spread of the
Rickets in young turkeys, due to
lack of sufficient sunshine, may be
prevented by feeding about 1 pint
of cod liver oil for each 100 pounds
of grain and maih, says the. experi
ment station. The oil, however, may
be discontinued as soon as there is
ample sunshine, which ia ordinarily
I about the latter part of March.
Nina Chastain has b'ii practicing
a song, under Mr. Bothwell, for a
folk dunce wb'uh Uif Fifth uml Suth
the grade children are g"i"g o
h-arn. When they have this step
learned they will bo willing for vis
itors to come and watch them.
The Sixth grade la taking fre
quent written testa so that the mem
ber will know aomething about
their final grades.
In Ceoirrarhy the Sixth grado is
rtudylng about the Flateau State.
Map are posted on the wall show
tng the products of tarh state.
Don Stogsdill haa been absent
several days on account of illness.
Th. Fir t and Second grade" wU
him a speedy recovry.
The Primary room la beautliwd
by tioiKiueU of dainty jrdlow btlU
I The inspectors for this week are I
. Cheri Pratt,
Jack McLeod and Jack Bothwell
are th newly elected policemen.
There were several IHtle guests
in the Primary room th past week,
i They were Jeanm Turner, Marcla
J McLcod, Marie Foley, Taul Klrob.
I The Second graders will soon fia
'ish their third and last required
' ui nf that (rrade.
Mrs. P. Klrtch visited th Pri
mary room for a brief time Friday
Soiled powder puffs, if washed
and hung up to dry without being
wrung out, will dry mouth and with
: Stick-to-it-ness is what makes for
Much time may be saved by keep
ing an old salt shaker filled with
powdered silver polish by the kitchen
sink. When washing silver, any
piece that needs it can be shln'd
without much extra time or trouble.
-MAUPIN" III TIMES
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clas has observed pond musses or
algae and also tiny animals forms
living in thc water and on land.
, Report? are being niado on Luther
Burbank's life, his great contribu-j
tions t0 tho science and development
f plant life.
New Spring Draaaet
Th girls of thc Sewing elasu
have their new spring dresses well;
Now at Docherty-I'owers'
for burning the new bottled gas
Opabtree s Dairy Herd
At Maupin, Oregon, on
Svt and Eighth
The Seventh and Eighth grade
teams played the Tygh Valley team
n Atii tvama lost Mnnrtfi V. M AH
ta v v u i ii gf jitvi " ,'ivii; f -
pin winning by the score of 28 to
4. The "Baby Cubs" held Tygh
scorels until the last three mln-(
utoj of play. The starting lineup
was: Onter, Douglas) forwards,.
Henry and Herbert, guards, Bonnryj
and Jim. Those playing at least
part of the game were Franklyn,
Calpb, Earl, Jack, Theodore and
SI1vl, Douglas, Henry and
Fr-nua V hc biSh wo"r3 ot
Tho Kirbth graIe ' fgricuUural j
c)b3 is studying about the differ
ent breed: of sheep.
Tho Seventh irrnde History r!iw
is studying about the Lewis and
Fifth and Sixth
Floyd Addington whs absent on
Monday on account of illness.
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venient than city gas.
Investigate this wonderful convenience, Do
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Consisting of the following cattle and dairy equipment:
13 Grade and Pure Bred Jersey Cows
One Pure Bred Jersey Heifer
One Pure Bred Yearling Jersey Bull
One Grade Jersey Bull, 2 years old
I MilK House Equipment
including 1 No. 24 Economy King Separator, 1 B. B. Mil
waukee Bottle Filler and Capper; 1 No. 3 Eureka Boiler;
1 (Turbine Bottle Washer; 1 two-compartment Wash Sink;
1 Sterilizing Oven; capacity 12 dozen bottles; Milk Cans,
Strainers, Pails, Bottles, Bottle Carriers and Crates.
TERMS OF SALE: All sunie under $10.00, cash. ..All sums over $10.00 one year's
), ) " ;- - ' .
tine at 8 interest on bankable paper will be given.
Tires and Tubes Reduced
U. S. Peerless
80x316 U. S. Peerless ,
31x4 Royal ,
30x310 Royal, regular
30x3V2 Royal, extra size
81x4 Royal Cord
29x4.40 Royal Balloons
29x4.50 Royal Balloons
29x500 Royal Balloons
30x500 Royal Balloons
30x525 Royal Balloons
30x550 Royal Balloons
31x525 Royal Balloons
30x600 Royal Balloons
30x3to U. S. Peerless cord, extra
29x4.40 U. S. Peerless
30x4.50 U. S. Peerless .....
28x5.25 U. S. Peerless
31x5.25 U. S. Peerless
.$ 6.75 $ 5.40
. 7.25 5.80
. 12.00 9.GQ
. 8.25 6.60
. 8.85 7.10
. 11.35 0.00
. 13.25 10.60
. 14.35 11.50
. 13.65 10.90
. 15.10 12.10
$ 5.00 $ 4.00
. 6.30 5.03
. 7.00 5.60
. 9.90 7.95
. 10.95 8.75
MAUPIN STATE BANK, Clerk. F. C. BUTLER, Auctioneer.
JQB CRABTREE, Owner,