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MAUPIN , OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1930
THE RflAUPIM m TIMES
MAUPIN, OREGON, APKIL 10, 1930.
Maupin and Wapinitia
Monday, at a Joint assembly, Wap
initia and Maupin High (school en
Joyed splendid addre. of Dr. D.
V. Poling. Dr. ruling of the Ore
gon State College, spoke to the stu
dent, and vl.Rors about establishing
a character and a genuine fondness
. for work. He dwelt upon the formu
la that "Information Plus Perspira
tion Eijuals CotiHumation." The ad
vantage and need of information
was told. The perspiration or in
dustry is also neces ary in making
a success. In speaking of perspira
tion he said that "horses sweat, men
per plre, and Indies glow." Dr. Po
ling urged all to believe that pirson-
ality is not a gift but tan ho develop,
ed by cultivation. I t ajo-iking of
character he said ;hn ''the bad
" thought,! will come to all but they
seed not be harbored but ran be ex
lulled and put away,"
' H vns an Inspiration for Manj.in
; students to have Wapinitia so
' courteously come and share in our
; ai embly. W enjoyed it all the
; more because of the larger number
present. Mr, lleckman and the fol-
lowing students from Waplnlti. at
' tended the assembly: Helen, Ernie.
' Avis, Marion, Zelma, Ruth, Melvla,
Hasel, Lloyd, Gerald, Lenora, Billy
and Frank. ,
Other numbers of the program
wr number by tho Jaw Phoney
Harpists a reading on European
guides, from "Innocents Abroad" by
Mr. Hampton, and piano duet
"Tancredi" played by Mrs . IT. F.
, JpothwelJ and Nova Hedin. ,
. . Albert and, Richard took some mov
Jngi pictures with their , mysterious
machine to show how it would be
. done at the Senior play on May 3. t
.: Mr, Kaiser as the new Scout mas
ter announced the coming Thursday
at the date for the next Scout meet
Search for Indian Relics
Those who like to ramble over th
hillo in search of Indian relics hava
read with Interest an article in the
MAUPIN TO HAVE NEW STORE
Good GoihwiUr's Grocery to Open
Oa May 3
Bigger and better bargains for
everybody! Tho Legion hail has
been rented by Orville Coshwiler
Fraley and he will ooen hi. .tore for ! k?, T. 'rtlC tn '
M J'y-M This collertion c -ma
the hearts of the housewives . twu tlint a w..t, .
nr..i i.i j . . ... mnv -nuians nad DOUi winter
Mule bologny direct from Missouri 1 amJ gumm, J " .7 -T
Everything will .ell at .n..,Ui iM? "mm(? CUmps He also P0,nt
somewhat below wholesale. Mr! ,.!....?' were
Go;bwiler Fraley J. known to be a i J . ' , I ' ' h
who will JL' ." u. In.d,an. lwW ch "te protect
ter..t. , f .ii u ,ed 6fra,n,,t the ct'- wind of winter
t Z'S: fU.nd- . the heat of summer.
...v .,.,. . UB lurnusnea anu Waiwn Pmm(i, t. .ii. i v n
is a n7 m Z Z "Z Z'. dviIiMtlon of the ptt.
KOIN SETS SATURD'Y
AS RADIO DATE
Howard A. Wattles Electrocuted
When Contacting With "Hot" Line
Maapin't 3t Sin tr, N. G. H.dia,
Will Be Ma.t.r of
is a great opportunity to Ket bar
gains in mirth and merchandise
Unly one day, May 3rd. Don't let
At the mouth of Trail Hnllnw nil
the Kennedy place there are the pits
or ten or twelve lodges. On White
anyone mi: a it! Roe "Merton of the Z- 7 WWlf
Movie,," Maupin Senior oil si. 1?" ' ComP. WM. "cent
urday, May 3.
; n pT"po with apple and
desorted the gym
'. ., ' t ehcs'i, pi'.rts of
.rani training boys
i dresses of sewing girls were dis-
, " "wn visitors were
. ;.! ;. 1",, Ihr.cn, Mrs. Job
) Wilson. Helen
.t.fif, md Mrs.
If. F. Eot;..j:i, Mrs.
ikdsn. Mr. Kaiser.
Unymond Crabtree, Mr. J. Mc
t'lu, Mr. Dnn Miller, Mrs. Bob
i n. Mn , lii'i'thillc, Mr. and Mrs.
' 'ing, Mrs. Fmlty, Mrs. Shaltuck,
" Smith, 'Merle ('rullrt c, Crystal
Stunrt and Kuiuuaft unodgrass.
CEDAR CHESTS NEARING COM
After steady work since mid-year
the boys are bringing their cedar
chests to completion. Eldcn left
school in favor of the plow handles
nil so he did not get very far with
his chest. Bo has finished sand
papering and filling and is now busy
attaching the handles of the lid.
Ivan's chest has received its first
coat of varnish and is In the course
of drying before being smoothed off
by powdered pumice stone.
Those who wish to see theia cW
and the tables of the first year
class, may do so Commencement
! ... I. .
round about a quarter of a mile
from the mouth on a beautiful green
knoll In the bend of the river, pro
tected by high canyon walls on all
sides against wind, i
This school would like to arrange
a dispaly of Indian arrow heads and
other relics. We" invite cooperation
in this farcinating pastime.
SCOUTS WELCOME NEW LEADER
Mr. Kaiser, the new rcoutmaster
takes special interest in boys. As a
veteran of the Spanish-American
war he has had experience in military
rump life and understands the
tronp. Mr. Kaiser's activities will
I'nelude plan: for various trips led
oy assistant scoutmasters, by which
!h9 responsibilities will be distribut
ed among the troop. Mr. Kaiser np
pemred before the Scouts at the
Monduy morning as. embly to an
rouncu the date of their next meet
ing and convinced the boys of his
sincere interest in scout welfare.
CUBS DEFEATED BY CYCLONES
Last Friday the Cubs Journeyed to
Wapinitia to piny the Cyclones.
The game resulted in another de
feat for the Cubs, the scoro ending
at 7-4 in favor of the Cyclones.
' A seven-Inning game was played.
The Cubs were in the lead the third
and fourth innings but in the fifth
inning the Cyclones ran in five more
scores' on account" of errors on the
pnrt of Cub players,
j The weather was fine for baseball
as it wag warm .enough to make
everyone want to get out and play.
We hope the weather continues this
way the rest of the baseball season,
MAKING OUR CITY MORE
TRACK MEET TRY-OUT IN ALL
Last Friday afternoon at 3:20 the
Third and Fourth and all other
grades besides the First and Second
grades proceeded to see what they
could or could not do in track
events. . ,
The small children were full of
all the "lifo and vigor" that one
could possefs. The "starter" for
he races had a very hard time
(By Bliss Carman)
In the Garden of Eden, planted by
There were goodly trees in the
Trees of beauty and, height and
To stand in r plendor before His face
Apple and hickory, ash and near.
Oak and beach and the tulip rare.
The trembling aspen, the noble
The sweeping elm by the river
Trees for the birds to build and
And the lilac tree for a joy in the
Trees to turn at the frosty call
And carpet the ground for their
Trees for fruitage and fire and
Trees for the cunning builder's
Wood for the bow, and the flail.
The keel and the mast of the daring
He made them of every grain and
For the use of man in the Garden of
Then lest the soul should hot lift her
Maupin'a hour on the radio, to be
broadcast from station KOIN, Port-
m news, naa Been set for next
Saturday evening, beginning at
e;UO o clock. Newton G. Hedin,
who was instrumental in bringing
about this broadcast, will be air
master of ceremonies and that fact
guarantees that our hour will be
filled with instructive and pleasing
As additional features of the hour
Cecil Teague, master of the pipe
organ, will be at that
Another feature of direct interest
to Maupin Deonle will K ya
ing of Tom Clarke, wh0 will address
a song to his srrandmnthi.-.
Ararbella Staate. Young Clarke
has been a featured entertainer at
many fortland radio stations and
bo will make a i pecial effort to
reder a selection dedicated to his
grandmother and Maupin in general.
Governor Norblad will appear be-
..v wurb ana inauige in a
taile on Oregon, it attributes and future.
Suffered Shock of 2300 VoIu Lifo
Stfup Hold, Body to
The arrival of spring has brought
many kinds of beautiful flowers and
blossoms to add attraction to our
fair town. Beautiful flowers are
saen blooming' around the various
Inwns about town. The fragraut
Narcis.us beautifies Stuart's lawn,
while one is attracted', '"by5 Confer's
cxqulte tulips; ,'-;,'V ' " -
Numerous "fruit trees are in full
bloom, another symbol of spring.
Mr. Johnson has planted fruit trees
letween the school ground and, tho
river which in a few years will add
n.uch to the appearance of that
1 tract of Inndi - n tt
Our own rchool lawn and ' shrub
bery presents Bn attractlvo picture
when all the roses " are in bloom.
However, it ' could be improved by
planting lilacs southeast of tho lli
school building. Everyone should
show interest in the appearance of
our home town by making their
.awns more attractive with flowers.
In getting them to go at the same From the gifts to the Giver of Para-
Some would start whon the words, r
"on your mark" were said, and On the crown of the hill for all to
Mhcrs when "got set", was heard. see.
Finally all started on the word "go" God planted a scarlet maple tree.
and away they ran. The following ,
is the line-up for some of tho events senior rlv Tunou-r
Broad Jump-class . C boys-First, , SENIRS TSr??GHT
John Slusher; second, "Buzz" Ren I FUTURE
kk; third, Ernie Confer and fourth1 T!. - t .
Leo Cunningham. ! Life is divided into chapters, like
High jump. Class B boys-irst, V "n ' ?nTOl ese
leodore Kirsch; cecond. Jim Rlsh chaI,tera' this spring the Seniors
Theodore Kirsch; cecond, Jim Slush-
cr, and Herbert Kramer. ' " '
Broad jump, class B boys First,
.iheodore Kirsch; second, Jim Slush
are to complete that interesting nor
tion of their life rtory. It is natural
when this experience is soon at
an end, to look back over the events
A special request, signed by Mau
pin merchants and professional men
aided in bringing about the radio
hour devoted to Maupin. N. G.
Hedin worked ud the cnthnsia.m '
the affair and to him should go the
giory, ir any there be, for the cul
mination Of his effort.! to hrnadr.rt
to the country what he knows about
Those Maupin firms and nthor
sponsoring the hour, and who will be
mentioned during the time set apart
ior xuaupm, are:
Maupin Hotel and Cafe.
The Maupin Times.
Shattuck Bros., general niMvlmn.
Fraley restaurant and garage.
Kramer Bros., garage.
0. P. Rcsh & Co., grocers.
H. R. Kaiser, barber.
Richmonds Service Station.
Maupin State Bank.
"Bunny" Welelt, camp ground.
Maupin Drug Store, Dr. Stovall.
Dr. J. L. Elwood, physician.
W. A. Short, dentist
John Williams, auto park.
Woodcock Bros., power and flour.
Shell Oil Co., local plant.
Another matter to be remembered
in connection with the KOIN broad
cast is that a Maupin announcement
will be made daily, between the
hours of 8:00 and 9:00 o'clock in the
forenoon, every day until June 15.
That hour has been deJgnated by
KOIN as "Sunshine Hour," and is
filled with entertainment of a di
versified nature. Tune in next Sat
urday evening at 6:00 o'clock and
get an ear full of news about Mau-
pin, the big little town on the De
schutes, where all true foil
Izaak Walton come to satisfy thoir
desire to fill Their creels with lu:ty
Howard A. Wattles, a lineman
aged 44 years, accidentally came In
contact with a "hot" wire while at
work for the Maupin Power company
! and was instantly killed. The acci
dent occurred Sunday evening, the
pdle he was working on being at the
rear of the O. P. Weberg residence.
The victim of this distressing col
lision with a live wire had been at
work for the company but one day,
having gone to Work Snnrlaw
ing, and was engaged in connecting
up a xran lormer. As he ascended
the pole J. H. Woodcock, in charge
of the work, asked Wattels if he
understood "hot" stuff and was in
formed that the workman had had
20 years' experience with urh
wires and that he wag not afraid for
results. He had succeeded In tie-
j ing in one wire and was attempting
to get hold of another when he in
advertently eame in contact with
the other live wire, the contact
forming a circuit which way carried
through his body, the result being
that he was killed instantly. He had
hold of one wire at the time and the
current passing through his hand
burned the fingers nearly off, caus
ing the body to sag and fall to the
cross arm, rt being held there by his
Quitea number of peopie caw the
names issuing from the body and
many of them ran tn th
Woodcock went to the power plant
and shut the current off, after which
Earl Crabtree "went un, tho r,i
loosened the body and lowered it to
tne ground: There is was discover
ed that Wattles' left shoulder has
been in contact with the' live wire,
a spot a3 large as a man's hand hav
ing, been burned clear to the bone,
the flesh, being lieterally "cooked.
The bodv was tnVon tn ti, i..
room ol the Odd Fellows' hall where
it remained until Cornoner Zell
came to Maupin and eonvovM it t
Decedent had visited Maunin aov.
eral times, his last previous visit
being la t summer when he stopped
off here while on his wv hnm
from Bend. His family home was
at ttrt Angeles, Washington. He
had been in the electrical anie for
many years and had had charge of
many important pieces of work dur
ing that time. He was a member nf
the Electrical Workers Union, a
large number of that order being
present at the funeral, which took
place at The Dalles Tuesday afternoon.
Surviving Mr. Wattles are hi-
widow, three brothers: H. F. of The
Dalles, William of North Adams.
Michigan, and .Alex of Jaciaon,
"cmgan, ana four sisters: Mrs. J.
L. Herri, of Beaverton, Mrs. Esther
Schilling of Maujin, Mrs. Hattie
Kentner of Bend and Mr:. Flora
Carter of an Pedro, California,
The funeral was largely attend
ed, a large number of linemen and
relatives having driven to o.ir
. ty seat for that mirnn- m..
floral offerings were in evidence,
and burial took place in the Odd
Fellows cemetery. Member, of Tho
Dalle; Odd Fellow, acted as pall ,
bearers, deceased having at one tine
been a member of that order. :
PATHE WESTERN NEXT SUNDAY
"TH. DoWl'. Twin," Offori., M.eW
Next Sunday night', bill at the
Legion hall will be a Pathe wfjtern'
"The Devil'. Twin." r ...
Maloney in the lead. T: " .y "is
fits I . ...
". vi twin orotners, on c it
law, the other straight am . ,-ht.
Many startling situations l.hn
out the .tory and it carrie a love'
theme pleasing and touching.
A Mack Sennett comedy, "Smith's
Cousin" introduces the main cry
and will prove most occeptable to
Maupin film fans.
REPORT OIL STRIKE AT CLARNO
Maupio Stockholder. VWit Well in
Answer to Report
R. W. Richmond. L. C.
and L C. Wilhelm, stockholders of
tne Uarno Basin Oil conntnv'
swering a report' that oa had been
struck m tne well at Clarno. left
this teotning for that olace. Th
report was to the-ffect that a'well
had been brought in. Gas had been
encountered at the well snm im
ago, and those in charge have al
ways carried a sanguine idea that
where there was gas oil naturally
If the report is true and oil really
found, it will mean a new era of
prosperity for this whole section.
The company has several hnnaor.
acres of land under lease and with
the bringing in of an oil well other
companies will naturallv dosi.- t
get in on the ground floor and will
take sub-leases and put down wells.
Vuiting at Schilling'
Mrs. Howard Wattles, living at
Port Angeles, Wash., is in Maupin
and is a guest at the Wm. Schilling
home. She was called to this sec
tion by the death of her husband,
which occurred Sunday evening.
Fishing tackle the kind that gets
the fish. We have it at the Maupin
TWINS CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY
Twenty-First Anniversary Celebrated
at Crabtree Home
pr; third, Earl Addington; . fourth t? I T the events
ttnrWf kvo,. . that nave composed the school
I The judges were Mr. TT,wn. cam'r and to ive thought to the
Harry Rutherford anH Rnh Khonfi; I e-Tnence that is to follow. Mem-
Merle Snodgrass Crabtree was down i ,f stud.es and . tasks within
to witne95 the try-out and assist in i 8ho1 re wth the recolection
whatever way she could of honors won at track meets, con-
The Wasco County Track meet is VVT fnJ
for Saturday, April 26,- don't f 'f' ?' U,pbu,ld.in
forget the date. Let's have a large i wlL 'V? 'hrt timQ
deleeation of Mminlnltsi
delegation of Maupinites go over to
JVKh and root for the old home
Baseball players, see the Spalding
line at the Maupin Drug Store.
John Day "Eenstern Oregon
Ranger" Btarted publication here recently.
Each of the members of the class
of 1930 has taken part In athletics,
school assemblies, has written essays
and has received training that has
increased his intellectual . power as
well as his earning power.
If the people are to succeed in
life, it in necessary that they seek
out a definite goal of life and strive
. (continued on last page)
Sunday was the 21 t anniversary
of the birth of Kenneth and Merle
Snodgrass (Crabtree) and to cele
brate the event a family party was
held at the Job Crabtree home. Mrs.
Crabtree had prepared a tempting
dinner and her family, Kenneth and
Merle, the lattcr's husband, his
brother, Andrew, Grandfather and
Uncle Earle, proved equal to the
viands set before them.
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CARD OF THANKS
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To all those kind friends who so
sympathetically extended their aid
and assistance after our recent Io s
by fire, we desire to extend nur
heartfelt thanks. Their kindness
will always remain as one of the
treasures in our family and that of
a stranger. Again we thank youv
A. M. Morris and wife,'
Echo Echo Rod & Gun club "cmif
course being improved.
6?THESE are more than asparagus
ViJtips they are tips on asparagus.
' Ever since the ancient Romans
tipped us ott to asparagus we have
been seekine new wnvi tn
the tips and stalks of this delicacy.
ulthmmh n fq. .... 1 . ...m'
tne seeds tor tood purposes as they
flo in some parts of Europe. Be
cause the delicate flavor of fresh
asparagus is nuirMv 1nt
sure to air and sunlight, thus dark
ening its color and rendering its
uore less tenaer, many prefer the
: New Way" with Asparagus
tThe very newest asparagus re
cipes you will want to try ares'
-Frtnch Fried Aspangns Tipsr
Drain one one-pound square can of
jf aragus tips, saving the lioor for
a soup. Beat one egg slightly, add
two tablespoons water, season to
taste with- salt and pepper. Dip
each stalk of asparagus in line bread
crumbs, then egg, then crumbs again
and fry in deep fat. Drain on
brown paper and serve. . This serve,
six persons. ... f
Asparagus, Pear and Cheese
Salad: Arrange lettucVort hulivid
ual plates. Cut two! fresh or
canned pears in halvm Umrth,,,;,.
and place like 1 nrtaW. rv,;
from center.' Placed whole stalk.
of asnaratrti hrtwrm .,-,;..
. " - - VHVt. evvuuii
of pear, making a flower. Around
me center ot each pear sect on mil
a long thin strip of pimiento. In
the center of the fl
ball ' "of creamed cheese rolled in
minced parsley. Pour French dress