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MAUPIN, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1930
THE MAUPIM M TIMES'
MAUPIN, OREGON, MAY 15, 1930.
School Year Ends Pleasantly
Witnessed By Many
The commencement exerclscu held
Thursday night at the High school
were very well attended.
Th program wu begun with Mr.
Hasen delivering tlio Invocation.
Next wan a delighful and planing
AT GRADUATING TIME
The graduate are going forth
God blexg them every one!
7o run thin hard and stubborn world
Just am it fchould be run;
But schoolday,, done and work begun
We learn to our regret.
The College of Experience
Ve have not mastered yet
Seniors Enjoy Trip To
Oregon State College
Friday morning, May 9, the Sen
TYGH VALLEY GYM
; FOOD FOR FLAMES
i WEO. MORNING
FIVE MAUPIN KIDS WINNERS
Variou. Project. RpM.ent. la
4-H Club Work
4-JI club boys and girls in Wasco
county will be well represented at
the annual 4-H club Summer School,
which wll! be held at the flroonn
j Agricultural college, June 9th to 23rd
inclusive, according to W. Wray
Lawrence, county agent.
. Fourteen boys and girls enrolled in
4-H (tllfi UTirl nHJ I f ... ..
tv ' ' u Having won
. , scholarships In their club work U.t
tors. Mrs. DeVoe and two InhW. 1 aa a arhnnl m,.i.,-. u.. ,k r..i. ! year wlil attend Summer SchooL
OI" StUwell Liry Stabla Destroyed
Was Hi(b School
; The building formerly
Wm. Stillwell AS ft livtrV alonL 1aA-
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PIANO SrUDENTS IN
SERIES OF THREE
Mm. H. F. Roikwull. P..-ti. cl-
... -.. B -aau UltVf '
R,lt of ItaiT0 Work
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Piano duo entitled "Diana" played I The world ha garlands and applause ley furnished twnanoItlM LfJ I ? WCJ1'7 not lcarned but ,rc in'
by Nova and Charles. Following this At graduating time; . trip Th tMl Tf p'J1 llmt Sti,lwe11 ca
was the review of 1930 by the mem-1 But may foreet the a.
ben of the Senior class, in which When we atUmnt to climb
who helped In the senior W ! Valley rchools. at Tvch Vallev. wfl!,:?thcr boys and irIs are 'o mak
r. . . ' entirely 'eonSWm,,i h fir- .... i ,n "-"Kements to attend,
sm mr vurvatiis ior a senior sneak ' A
day. Mrs. DV rwii. P mo,g JUI(t what the loss
' - . w Hl(u u B, 1J1IX K I H t It a I. .... . 1 I . ;
v svniiicu uul nit in i
each member gave a resume of a
certain line of activity; Elton repre
tentlng athletics, Richard, finances;
Orvllle, manual activities; Albert,
Maupin Hi Tint; Bob, assemblies;
Nina, club work; llah, dramatics,
and entertainment and Gladys In the
principal review, studies.
The awarding of schohirtshlps pins
t0 thae who had successfully main-
tamca inrouehout the v.r
I Mfe Is a battle whrra VHrh nna
! Must seek and hold hla own,
He who would rise above the crowd
Muiit scale the height,; alone.
This is the rule of life to-day,
As It ha ever been;
The world bestows its smiles on those
Who have the strength to win.
Beneath all outward semblances
It looka for merit true,
ji. ine vnp as lar as Port and .... i .
. , , , mih in uie amounv 01 tl.zvv.
rPlS p"d'S r jsr
l i . i" Vi lOB yn vauey scnoois
made a deal to purchase the build-
.scholastic six-week's average of not11 llltl "'re3 how much you kn
it . a . I r..a i i . .
ness than 00 In three and 85 In one
subject, was a noteworthy feature.
Father Time, by pedal request of
the Senior class, was rented on hla
throne garbed In a stylo of dress be
f King such t venerable sage. He
played an important role In the class
review and it is not likely that the
class will forget the judgment he
pronounced upon them. Me sra.
Folmg and Hampton furnfehed a vo
cal elertion that was most fitting
for the5 occasion. The principal
avent of the evening was the address
of Honorable Fred W. WUon, cir
cuit judge of The Dalles, which was
very inspiring to all. We feel honor
d taa hc'erftild be 'present with p
on this occosion. Following the ad
dress ly Judge Wilson was the pre
sentation of the diplomas to the
Seniors by the chairman of the
tchool board, Mrs. BothwclL Aa a
concluding number to the excrclres.
the entire school sang "Boosting the
Old High School."
But asks, what can you do?
a class gift to the school. Muh
fun waa had by the claaa when they
rode on the moving stairway at the
weier & frank store. After much
debating the picture of the "Oregon
Trail" was chosen as the gift
Upon arriving at Corvallis th par
ty was entertained by Dr and Mrs.
Poling at their anartmenta. Afti-
dinner Dr. Poling showed the party
around the campus and explained the
different departments of the college.
The Krla stayed at Waldo Hall and
the boys at Poling hall, dedicated in
honor of Dr. Poling. . ..
Among the many buildings on the
campug the Student Memorial Union
building is perhaps the moat beauU-
This building waa erected to
The piano students of Mm. T? P.f
i Bothwell will appear in recitals in !
closjng the winter season, the first
vi nim n was piayea ai lygn valley;'
last Sunday. Nine boy students ap-'
peered in that event, thev beinir :
Bothwell, Ernie Confer, Leslie '
Troutman, Albert Troutman, Wallace :
The Girl Scouts had their usual
mcetin? taut Tnilv nlcrVf at k.
Legion hall. Tho material for timiM
(Jirl Scouts' uniforms haa arrived the memory of the college men who
and seven ruits will be made soon. jdic(l fn hc lte war and waa built
The girls are practicing songs to y the alumni and associated student
slug at the Legion hall May 24th. j by of the state college at a cost
ne menincrs miena lo go on an out- i w HprwimBiciy one and one-half
t 111. milltA. Jt1.
ing trip this summer.
The Senior class selected their
class gift for the Maupin Hi school
at the Meier A Frank store in Port
land, which was a picture, 'The
Oregon Trail," This picture which
is 8x5 feet and with a cost of $25,
was chosen because of rts magnifi
cent setting and the Seniors hope it
will always be remembered by the
students who toko their places, ar
the gift of the c1hhs of 1930.
EIGHTH GRADE EXAMINATIONS
Those taking the Eighth grade ex
aminations were Irene Woodcock,
Jim Slushcr, Genevievo Allen, Henry
Wilson, Betty Slusher and Grcatha
TW7iuVliftl school picnic was held
at Bear Springs last Friday.
The Criterion school bua left the
school hour at 8:30 and arrived at
the destination at 9:30. Mr. Wilson,
Mr. Poling, Mrs. DeVoe, Orville and
Glenn furnished transportation. The
trip was made without mishap.
The time between arrival at Bear
Springs and .lunch hour was spent
in playing bae ball and horse ? hoes.
The school was divided into two
slides, namely the ''Oscolites" led by
Mr. DeVoe and the "Scapoositcs"
led by Mr. Hampton.
Tho lunch consisted of wciners,
bun?, sandwiches, salads, cakes and
From one o'clock till four, games
between the opposing teams were
ployed By four o'clock, after a
very enjoyable time, every one was
ready to gn home. AH were back
at the school house at five.
ing. That body laid a fine hardwood
floor, fixed up the interior ao a gym
nd made many other improvements.
Only lately, when Stillwcll wanted
the balance of his money, yet due,
did the school turn the property back
The fire alarm sent to Maupin was
by phone. Chaa. Crofoot called
James Chalmers and Joe Kramer in
response t0 the call for aid. The
two awakened others and when the
Maupin contingent arrived at Tygh
Valley, Chalmers, Kramer, Jim Wood
cock, Job Crabtree and cons, Andrew
tnd Richard, Bobby Davidson and
Chag. Crofoot were numbered there
with. A bucket brigade had been
formed and by hard work the flames
were confined to the old building.
Had there been a wind there is no
telling how many other buildings
would have gone up in smoke.
When the fire was first reported
operatives at the power plant cut
of t the current to Tygh, thuc possibly
obviating accident by contact with
'"bor-wires.' : 'v., " ,.
The gymnasium had been decorat
ed in anticipation of graduation ex
ercises to have taken place last even-
'" ins. nri4 It mirmn.ij . n.uM.
Saturday was ideal. In the morn
ing there wag a baseball game be
tween the University of Washington
and Oregon ; State College. Thia
game waa very Interesting: arid close,
but ended in Washington'a favor
much to the disapointment of the
The state track meet wan held in .k . , . , .
k f4. . I uuwn among ruooisn
the afternoon and was run off in w. th. ... f ,.
record time. Many records were !
broken, among these the shot nuL!.. "
th. Wli- th i.j .v. WlAUflW UlKt-
.... n.v.. .atvn iu me yara
Any boy or girl twelve vear of
age and who is in go0d , standing
with hi or her club work ; eligible
to attend Summer School. Bourd1
and room for the two wppIc. rt, Gordon. Guv irrviw r.,i,,ii
115.00. The Union Pacific railr-.j.H Doufirlass Bothwpll nA CharUm vt. .
, f " V..0 1
has made special rales from Th. , well. The Tvch rorifal i,i.j !
Dalles to Corvallis and return for j the lawn of the Alfred Brown resi- '
f 8.60, Further information in re- dence and was attended by nearly all '
gard to 4-H club Summer School (Tygh Valley people as well as a
can be obtained from Mr T v l&rvts nnmW
..v... -.uj.mji .uV VV11
Brumbaugh, county school super-1 places.
int"ndcnt, or the county agent. The next recital will be held in '
Thc boys and girls winning the Maupin at the High school auditor- 1
scholaahips last year and those pro-jium, Sunday next, May 18, the last
vjtiing the scholarships are as fol- and concluding recital to be held at 1
lows: Irene Schindler, Friend, j Ramsey on June 1.
fcheep club scholarship, awarded by r The last mentioned will have stu- '
the Maupin State Bank; Etta Urban, dents from the districts of Maupin,' t
Wamic, calf club scholarship by the j Dufur, Ramsey, Tygh Valley, Wa-'
First National Bank of The Dalles; mic and White River taking part in '
Carl, Wreen, Wamic pig club scolar- the program. AH parents and friends
hip by the First National Bank of . are invited tn attund an,i t i
The Dalles; Lena Turner, Maupin, a picnic dinner, which will be eaten I
canning and homemaking project,
scholarship awarded by the Wasco
Warehouse Milling company for the
best loaf of bread made from White
River Flour; Mary Margaret Slusher,
Dufur, sewing, scholarship awarded
by the Columbia Ladies' Auxiliary;
Harry Rutherford. Maupin, corn, po-
on the lawn of the Bothwell ranch
at Dufur. After the recital and
dinner the children will be free to
swim, fish and play games.
To students wishing music during
the summer Mrs. Bothwell will havo
studios available one day in Maupin
and Tygh Valley and one day for
Those who have been neither tardy
nor absent for the year are: Third
grade, John Foley: Sixth grade,
Ernie Confer, Kathleen Foley, Ernest
-"j ' vi iii i nnu uiiBLiiB i i ,rn n i oni rt at t
Aurnrr. nxaminationa in Arthmet e vu .k tr- o.:-i.. t? iu
pelllng, History and Agriculture ' nnd Eiehth erndos. DmiLrla. Rothwolt.
loMjn on vveiinosi nv whi o
those in Language Civics and Reading
were taken Thursday. It is expect
ed all will pa, s with high marks, as
they have been working dilegently
on avery thorough review for two
weeks, y .,. ;;, .
Those who took the Seventh grade
Geography' test on Thursday were
Ralph, Douglas, Herbert, Jack, Earl.
Russel, 4 Theodora, Francis, Bernice,
Dorothy and Jean.
We are anxiously looking forward
to welcoming the ex-Eighth grade
members as Freshmen when school
opena next September.
The tw0 remaining typing students
under the direction of Mr. , Poling
won typing certificates for ' them
selves in the month 'of April. Tho
students who received these certifi
cates were! Beth Rutherford and
Alta Chastain. Elton Snodgrog won
his certificate on ' May copy. To
earn. the certificates the student is
required to write 25 words per min
ute,, with no more than ten errors
for , fifteen consecutive minutes.
Mary Grornc, under th0 stipcrvlnion
of Mrs. DeVoe, earned a pin by writ
ing 47 words a minute for fifteen
Theodore Kirsch, Ralph Kaiser, Irene
Woodcock, Dorothy Greene. As a re
sult a beautiful certificate
awarded each of the above,
dash. Grant High of Portland was
the winner of the meet
The girls enjoyed the spring dance
festival, "The Fete of Robin Hood-
given pn the lawn of thc lower cam
pus by the girls. The archery con
test and the tumbling act3 were es
pccially effective. She
cd the home economics exhibit.
The party started on the return
trip Sunday morning, there being
plenty of time for observing the
beautiful scenery. Richard greatly
admircd'the rolling meadows but the
prevalence of cows took all the en
joyment of the scenery from him.
We wonder why? The first stop was
at Salem t0 Ire pect the capitol build
ings. The giant sequoia on the capi
tol grounds was of great interest be
cause of its unusual size. The next
stop was at Portland where the party
went to the Fox Broadway theater.
The pipe organ solo was especially
Maupin was again reached at 7
o'clock Sunday evening. Everyone
enjoyed the trip but was glad to be
tatoea and gardening, scholarahio i Ramsey and Dufur.
awarded by the Kiwanis club; Helen) Mrs, Bothwell V music students
Hall, The Dalles; cookery, "awarded have been making forward stepa in
by the Lions' Club; Ralph Kaiser, j their music work. Many of them
Maupin, poultry, scholarship award-1 beginners but all show what real in
ed by the Chamber of Commerce; istruction will do and what assiduous
ernon reterson, l he Dalles, wheat, "practice will accomplish. Her sys
awarded by Tipton and Manchester; tern is said to be the latest and best
Frank Faught, Dufur, highest scor- used in piano instruction, and her
ing individual of stock judging con-;' classes are gaining in numbers vith
test, awarded by the Citizen's Na-:each succeeding term.-
MARRIED AT EUGENE T A CT I !
(Rutherford, Maupin, state fair,FiM Show CoiB,-
trid. ln'P in "n1. The Golden Bros. Tent show will
i "r"' ra,CK' fllauI"' ste pitch in Maupin on Monday next on
I M!m Gone Seethoff B.c.me 1
" of Eugen Service Station
Man Lit Saturday
Back From California-
the lot between Chalmers' shon and
the Crofoot warehouse. The aggre
gation was at' Wapinitia last week
and this week are showing at Wamic,
A letter from the bride's rlster.
?" V8 M" Mis, Adeline Seethoff, to The Times -Mra.-. Signe Fischer and little
ulTpect I conveys the information that Miss i da"fhter "turned from a visit to playing to packed houses each night
Uenfr Seethoff, graduate of the Mau
pin High school, was married at her
mother's home, Eugene, last Satur-
H.v Xf a 1A TV. . U . . 1 l ,
ji iu. mo iiiuscj luisonnu , . miuuuc h.
. . . . u . (Anf All 1 " -J 4 . C ; . ' i . .
was Mr. Woodrow Drake, an em- B'u vo see c,k"b aKn ai mai acts, acrobatic etunts, sinrine.
the Maupin cafe. ! dancing and musical numbers and art
relatives at Los Angles last Satur
day. They had been in the southland
, about three weeks and while away
; enjoyed the time to the fullest ex
and giving entire satisfaction. The
company carries eight people and
shows in a 60-foot waterproof tent.
Their programs include trained ani-
ploye of the Richfied Oil company,
whose parents live at Eugene. Miss
Adeline was bridesmaid and Glenn
Graham attended as best man. The
newlyweds will Jive in Eugene.
The Seethfof family has many
friends in this section, all of whom
will join in wishing the young couple
many years of wedded bliss.
LAD WINS A
Howard Crawford Gets U. P.
For Loading 4-H Clubs
1 changed nightly. A charge of but
Go fishing. Whirlwind spinners 10 cents is made at the door, price
get results. 25 cents each at the which will enable all to attend each
Maupin Drug Store. 'night
This Cheese Country
Fifth and Sixth L" "
Those who have not been absent 10 very nftt Tne Fourth le
for the last six weeks are; Filoyd,
Emery, Nina, Ernie, Alice, Kathleen,
EarncBt, Franklyn, Leslie, Myrtle.
Those who will receive attendance
enrds are: Ernie, Kathleen, Ernest
made a book of maps.
i The Fourth grade is summing up
its aims and gains in grammar and
hopes to be the best Fifth grade in
' - 1 wu .a aa i asiv Ml
and Franklyn, Leslie and Myrtle only . Maupin. ' Its members are Loyal,
missrd a half day all year
Margaret brought a nice bouquet
of flowers to rchool.
The grades are organizing two
teams to play baseball games Friday
nt the picnic.
Third and Fourth
John Foley will get a perfect at-
Alma and Lout e
' Mrs. Fraley has kindly consented
t0 take care of the gold fish during
the summer. Mrs. Short wiU take
care of the plants.
The children are lamenting the los
of a tadpole which was fast develop
ing into a frog. It died during the
The Third and Fourth grades with.
Mar, C. Chnrtain and Mrs. Smith
were visitors Friday.
tendance diploma for not being tardy ' IheiThirl n Fourth ;
nr absent the whole year. . Dick and i 6 cnuaren ln the otner rooms, are
Albert were absent only one half JPlB"ninS to have the picnic on the
day. Alice was absent one dav. i awn- The cMdnms parenta are
All the children are looking for
ward to a pleasant vacation.
Those who are leaving Maupin for
I ho summfir nre Loyal, Eda, Louise,
Albert, Dick, John, Charlotte and
Msrjorie. Mrs. Joynt expects to en
joy her first vacation in five years
with her sister in Portland.
The children have just finished
reading the book called "Bobbsey
Twins" They hnvc made nulce pic
ture booklets alao. These booklets
invited to come.
Seven First and Second graders
have perfect attendance records for
the school yeaar. These are: Second
grade, Gayle Mayhew,, Jack Both
well, Mae Greene, Edna Cantrell and
Elwin Doty. First grade are, Jack
McLeod and Very Confer. Glenn
Chastain, Beulab, Richmond and. Gar
Mayhew just misled one half day.
Howard Crawford, 4-H club
member of Wamic, has been award
ed the Union Pacific scholarship of
$100 for being the outstanding club
boy in Wasco county for the year
This scholarship h based on lead
ershio and club Activities. Wo ha
fbeen in club work for the oast four
years and has done outstanding work
in pig and sheep clubs. , ,
The money from the scholarship
will be turned over to Mr. Crawford
when he enrolls as a Freshman
the Oregon Agricultural college.
Rain Forcing Grain.
Tuesday evening the rain began
falling all over this section and con
tinued at intervals air night. The
fall on the Flat and in the Criterion
districts was most beneficial and
had the effect of greatly stimulating
both grain and gra s.
Sheep Ovor O. T. r
Nineteen carloads of sheep were
taken from Shearers Bridge 'this
morning, they' going over the Ore
gon Trunk as far as Cascade, Wash
ington, The sheep belong to
Rancher Wilson of Grass Valley and
the shipment is but the forerunner
of more to follow.
ATHEESE-MAKING is not a new
U industry in the United States,
the first factory having been
started in New York State in 1851,
but a realization of its importance
has but recently struck the average
American. Part of this sudden com
prehension comes from reading pro
duction figures some 406,686,000
pounds having been manufactured
in this country In 1927. Another
cause is increased knowledge of the
wide variety of cheeses produced in
Limburger cheese, beloved of all
cartoonists, 2s now made here in
luch a way that its characteristic
texture and flavor is attained, but
most of its odor is deleted. Roque
fort cheese, which has been made
only in a gmall district in southern
France for over 800 years is now
being- made in this country r and
through thf absolatj control of
moisture and temperature in the air
and by special processing devlcea.
the resultant cheese is so good thai
even a connoisseur cannot give it
origin. Swiss, cheese is another
which can be produced here; and
mere are others.
Quite aside from its delicious
nawr, - consumers like . American "
cheese because of the sanitary meth
ods of manufacture which prevail
m modern factories and because of
the method of packaging. , Tinfoil ;
wrappers are the most common wat
of protecting small cheeses, but
cheese of many varieties is also put '
up in hermetically sealed tin can.
Canned cheese can be kept in house
hold storage Indefinitely and will
always be at hand for the house
wife to use in making anv of the
numerima rhu ti.k.. 'lij.
high i food value and delicious nam "
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