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THE M A t) f i TIMES
Thursday May 15, 1930.
.i ;ai a tuo:vai'.j una U : - n.
CLOSING OUT ALL SHORT LINES
.Our stock is too 'large, and prompt and drastic action is necetsruy to bring it
- down to where it should be at this season of the year. The result is all to the
; advantage of the buyer of shoes, for the following prices are again proof that
when Wernm;ark put on a sale it is a real one. Don't fail to take advantage
, of this opportunity to buy fine merchandise at a fraction of its value.
150 Pairs of Women's Shoes
Broken lines, odd sizes, but (10 or 2 pr
good shoes in spike heels
Brown velvet spike pump, Regular
$6.50, now $1.95
Patent pump, spike heel Regular
$5.50, now : $3.35
Patent Tie Spike Pump. Regular
$5.50, now $3.35
Black kid strap, arch, Cuban heel.
Regular $8.00, now $4.85
Brown Oxford, double sole, low heel,
regular $5.85, now $3.93
Black and Brown oxford, low heel."
Regular $5.50, now ...... $3.45
Men's fine oxfords, formerly $6.50,
Men's fine oxfords, formerely $7.50
Men's English Brogues, formerelv
$8.50, now , $5.85
of Children's jq
larked at . . . 1.4:0 1
wwnmii - '
One lot of Children
if $1.98 1
Sale Continues Balance of This Month
This sale is for cash only, and there will be no lay aways and no refunds.
To be sure of geeting what you want, at these prices, be there early.
,W E- R N Ml A '
204 East Second St
The Dalles, Oregon
j Neighborhood School Notes
leave our ability to skip echool on
the annual Senior Sneak day.,
Fourth: To the dim of '33, we
leavo our debating ability, no that
they might not be downed when
arguing with "Prof."
Fifth: To all clasps of the future,
we leave the hope that you will live
up to the honor and tradition of
Sixth: And individually we be
I. Mclvin Walters, do leave my
brain and muscles of iron to U ill io
We.t. He needs them to keep the
girls from "vamping" him.
I, Hascl Laughlin, do leave my
ability to charm young couches to
I, Frank Hachler, do leave my
charming correspondence to Lee
Laughlin, hoping he will not become
lonely in the future.
I, Earnie Endersby, d0 leave my
advice: Do not get married before
graduation; it la too expensive.
I, Avis Endersby, will to Helen
Endersby my ability to fill vacuole
in the teaching staff.
I, Marion C'Brien, will to Lloyd I
Claymier by pugilistic ability, so he
may be able to defend him elf and
his best girl while out riding.
And in conclusion, we, the class
of 1930, do leave school before the
underclasmcn rise in arms against
us, because of the many "rules and
regulation inflicted by us upon
La Grande kew State theatre
opened to public with talkies.
Reedsport Reedsport hotel build
ing: will be remodeled.
Canyon City Grant County hos
pital being extensively improved.
Hood River Interior of Hood
River cafe rebuilt
airport will open
. . Ll:. - t t m .
iq iuuuc on vuiy tn.
Hood River Hood River cafe
reopened for business.
Parents, friends, and patrons, the
clues of 1930 extends to you a glad
welcome. We are happy to have
you here this evening to enjoy the
Commencement program, to share
the joy the occasion bring;; to this
class and above h11 to aee and more
fully realize what you are doing for
the betterment of future men and
We have reached another stepping
stone in the stream of life the one
wo have eagerly looked forward to
for several years, but will look back
upon with joy we hope for a great
er length of time. We have attained
a broader view of life and gained
more equipment with which to carry
on the struggle that comes when we
go int0 the world and carry the
These advantages we have gained
we owe not only to our own efforts,
but to those of the parents who slav
ed at home to keep us here, to the
taxpayers, friends and teachers of
this school who work not only for
our individual benefit but to give us
the necessary training that we may
advance with civilization and help
To you, then, we owe much grati
tude, more than we show, perhaps,
but we will make a brave attempt to
nhow our appreciation by living
more useful lives not only for our
selves but for the community,
stute and nation.
(By Hazel laughlin)
Parents, Friend , Teachers,
The time has come when wc must
say farewell There is some sadness
tonight when we think of leaving
everything we love, and happinev
for tho. e who have heard the capti
vating call of a life work. It calls
them to the occupation of their
Parents and friends, we will try
to show you how we appreciate what
you have done for us by being use
ful citizens in later life and faith
fully and successfully doing a given
Teachers, we thank you for the
things you have taught us. You have
given us the knowledge we need to
meet the many problems of life that
will confront us. Your work was not
only to imprint facts, in our minds
but help us develop our personality,
increase our interest, growth of
ideals, and purpose.
Class mates and schoolmates, we
thank you for your fellowship and
competition. You have taught us
how to co-operate and be better
sporti We will always love our
school and support it.
We have traveled together this far
but now we must part. The end for
which we will work is that of perfect
citizenship. With this vision before
our eyes wc bid you all a fond farewell.
G. T. Teschner Sunday at Criterion -where
Mr, Teschner l working.
Mrs. Fred Laughlin returned front
Nick lltilluman had two fingers
badly cut while at work in the moun
tains. L;i t Sunday tho Golden Bros,
show moved from Waplnitia to Wa
mic. While here the show was at
tended by Inrgo crowds.
Lee Laughlin was absent from
fchool la.it Friday.
Oren and Mrs. Parker were visit
ing on the Flat Sunday and Monday.
A landed RtclliJ
Mesdamea E. Bothwell, Ray Kaylor y
O. I). Bothwell, J. O. Chaataln,
Frnet-t Troutman and Mr. and Mrs.
Krncht Confer from this section and
Alfred Brown and wife, Mrs, Rex
New Hnd the Misses Erma Webb and
Nina Chaftaln and Mrs. G. L Brown
frm Tygh were attendant at the
Tcltal of Mrs. Bothwell'i boy piano
'tudciitB at Tygh last Sunday.
La Grande Community Cash
(tore will open In building on Fbr
m Adams soon.
La Crane's population for 1930
totaled 8,013, an Incrcaso of 1,130.
Wapinitia t. The DII
The last game of the season for
Wapinitia High school was played
last Friday with The Dalles High
school team. The vi. ilors carried
off the big end of a 9-6 score but
the game was cloic, mid at no time
was The Dalles sure of winning. At
the end of the fourtli Wapinitia led
1 to 2. The game wu a seven-inn-ing
affair and The Dalles made sev
eral scores in the ' 1 thno innings.
Errors lost the game for Wcpiniti.i,
eight fumbles being committed.
Endersby and G. Claymier pitched to
L. Claymier for (Wapinitia, and Di.
ney to Starr for The Dalles. Nine
Dalles batters and two Wapinitia
players struck out.
The High school pupils wishes to
express their appreciation to Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Hartman for their
help in offering transportation to
the football ,and baseball players.
They have endeavored in every way
to make this school year better than
in former years. The High school
extends their thanks and appreciation.
Jad of Sam Weller, may strike
i a sympathetic chord in the
longing of many a modern Ameri
can husband. But not many men
today, are willim? to let their wives
remain in the kitchen on holidays,
as they did in Dickens' dav, to pre
pare these sturdy dishes. There are
movies to be seen, motor tours to
be taken, golf matches to be play
ed, and a score of things more
amusing to do than to putter among
pots and pans. .
Providing! -of CoHirse,-that some
thing in the nature of "Weal' and
Am Pie" does now and then make
an appearance. Men like fairly
substantial meat dishes. This fact
is evidenced every noon in a cer
tain English chop house in Kew
York City, where unbelievably
bulky mutton chops, krtockwurst,
brauwurst and other wursts are
daily consumed by a patronage al
most exclusively male.
' Meats for Everybody
' ' r
Canny canners, knowing these
things, have provided in canned
frm an assortment of meats which
j men like, along with such delica
f ties as boneless chicken and ham
;'f loaf which are favorites of women,
j In fact, Sam Weller, himself, might
f not fare so badly today with cans
'. of mutton roast, boiled tripe, roast
. veal and Irish, stew ever , ready.
i Here is a list of meats available
! !', In cans tint will appeal to both
,!- ICXCS: r 7 '
Beef Steak with Onions
Chicken, Boneless .
' , Irish Stew. '
, . Kidney, .Stew -
Liver with Bacon
Liver with-Onions .
Mutton, Roast,. '
Sausage with Sauerkraut
i Tongue, Calf s
, Tripe, Boiled
The following recipes offer omt
nourishing tnd appetizing dishes
that can be prepared with canned
Beef and Mushroom Pie: Drain
the mushrooms from a 4-ounce can,
slice, and saute them for five min
utes jn three tablespoons butter.
Add enough water to the mush
room liquor to make two and one-
fourth cups of liquor. Smooth
three tablespoons of flour to a pasie
with this liquid, add slowly to the
butter and mushrooms, and cook
until creamy. Add one bouillon
cube, one and one-half teaspoon!
salt, one and one-half cups of small
potato balls and the contents of a
12-ounce can of Roast Beef cut in
cubes. Pour into a baking dish,
coyer with a crust, or with small
baking powder biscuits, and bake
in a hot oven 400 degrees for J5
to 45 minutes. This serves eight
Other Good Recipes
Corned Beef and Potato Puff:
Boil and mash one 'awl one-half
pounds 'potatocs,.-add- two table
spoons butter,' one-fourth cup hot
milk, salt and pepper, and beat till
light and fluffy. Shred half the
contents of a 12-ounce can of corn
ed beef, and add and beat again".
Pile lightly in a shallow, buttered
baking dish. Sprinkle one-eighth
pound grated cheese over top, and
brown in a very hot oven or be
neath the broiler flame. This serves
Ox Tongue Omelet: Combine
one cup of finely-chopped canned
Ox Tongue with one cup of
medium white sauce. Make an
omelet with three eggs, three table
spoons milk and one-half tablespoon
salt. Just before folding,, spread
over the hot creamed tongue. This
serves eight persons.
It is time for the Seniors of Wap
initia High school to say farewell
to their studies, the underclassmen
and t0 these happy years spent In
high school. We appreciate the ef
forts of our teachcro, schoolmates
and the community to make this
Commencement a happy event in our
Francis McCoy and Laurel Hart
man earned the best grades in Fifth
The. Eighth grade will star'. aking
their state examination Tuesday and
The following wore exempted
from their examination, Laurel Hurt
man, Frances McCoy, Ellen Hachler,
Norbet Wall, Everett Hammer, in the
Fifth grade; Viola West in the
Sixth jrrade; Glenn Hammer in the
Officers In the Primary room arc:
Chloe Holloman, chairman; Aiwcb
Lewis, pencil monitor; Winifred Mc
coy, paper monitor; Harvey Wall,
desk monitor; Vcrel Teschner, li
Miss Shorthill was absent from
school Monday. Ruth Walters
taught the Frimary room In her
June Hachler was absent from
school Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gregory and
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Taylor and
daughter, Dorothy Lee, were Sun
day visitors at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Emil Hachler.
Mrs. O. R. Bell and family visited
If the new -5-SpeeUI," !
In addition to lU $anltaryton
piece porcelain Interior, It hat
all th famous Copeland vaiae
fratarrti Coldtray for aaladt
double-depth Ice traj conven
iently high shelve! no Insani
tary drain plpef 108 Ice cubes,
quiet, economical operation
Be are and biped thia new
low-priced Copeland special ...
fur here I the finest value ever ,
offered in electric refrigeration.
Corner Third and! Whinta S-,
The DaiUi, Ortioa
Free to Public
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dvertiun mailer anybM m bm
Of prods cu b obulmd ft tmi WjtbMt
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CLASS WILL OF 130
In the name of God, Amen.
We, the class of '30 of '.Wapinitia
High school, . being ' of sound mind
and memory 'and considering the
frail and. transitory nature, do ordain
publl h and declare this our last
will and., testament, bequeathing in
dividually and collcctivilly our de
vious estates and holding to-wit, to
First: To Wapinitia High we
leave the memory of a great class,
the largest to have graduated from
Scond: We leave Mr. Hcckman
much appreciation for privileges and
considerations given us. Also wc
leave him a fighof relief that the
bookkeeping class shall no more
pester for "information from his
"Little Brown Book."
Third: To the class of '32, we
!! Opening on
ii MONDAY, May
The Miniature Circus Supreme
Under Big Waterproof Tent L
Acrobats Jugglers ;
A Real Circus for Everyone
1 On lot between Warehouse and blacksmith shop
Opening Admission 10 cents. Show at 8:00 p. m.