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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 29, 1916)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 3, NO. 12
MAUPIN, SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1916
THE YEAR $1.50
A quiet wedding took place
Wednesday evening at 6 o'clock
t the borne of Mr. and Mrs. N.
W. Flinn, when their -eldest
daughter Ivy May wai united in
"marriage to David W. Sharpe.
v ' Rev. J. I. 'Parker, an uncle of
, the bride officiated.
The groom was formerly a resi
dent of Medford, but hai lived
Lire the past rive years. The
bride has lived here for the 'past
nineteen years. Both are well
ltiicwn by every one in this Com
timnity. The bride was dressed
-hit. ioile. Only the immedi.
, te members of the fatriily were
present. The wedding Inarch was
played by the bride's sister, Miss
Cilia. The ring ceremony was
Yii young couple will make
their home here at present.
E. J. Fischer has been remodel
ing the interior of the garage re
"titly. The front part of the
building is partioned off for the
fflqe' and stock room while the
Jear is left for atoVage and repair
hp. ' Mr.' Fischer expects to put
Jai addition on the south side
of ti e garage in the near future,
Jasy Asbley was over from Wn.
fitnt&kf till Thursday.
SENT IN BY OUR
miss ients, tne leacner, is
spending the vacation with rela
tives in the Valley,
Mr. and Mrs. Huitt left Satur
day to be gone during holidays.
Many attended the exercises and
tree at the ball Saturday night.
Mrs. Frank Wing has been on
the sick list, but is improving.
Mr. Stillwell is putting up a
new building in town.
Some snow and real cold weath
er here the past few day.
David Sharpe and Ivy Flinn re
turned borne from Stevenson Sun
Nathan Hill arrived here Sun
day evening from Fort Rock coun
try to spend the holidays with his
uncle J. 8. Brown.
Rev. T. 1. Parker and son Oren
of Marshfield spent Christmas at
the N. W. Flinn home. Mrs.
Flinn is a sister of his.
Lincoln Hartmnn arrived home
from The Dalles Friday and will
remain till after the holidays.
The New Year
thanks to the loyal sup
port of the country peo
ple, finds me better established,
a bigger purchasing' power
and in a position to offer
you even bigger values
than in the past.
Start the New Year right, open
an account with me, you will be
pleased with the service afd
LAKE'S CASH STORE
For Continual Service
Rock Bottom Prices on
A car just in
Wholesale Prices in
ft WONDERFUL year is be
(f1 hind us and we believe a
still more wonderful year is '
ahead of us. Your friendship
and goodwill during 1916 have
been enjoyed and appreciated. '
We shall do our utmost to
deserve a continuation and an
" increase of same during 1917,
and thus help as well as our
seWes enjoy a full measure of
New Year's happihess.
TUM-A-LUM LUMBER Co.
Robert, Vincent and Winnie-
Tapp are spending the holidays at
W. 0. Wilsons moved back to
their home from Tygh the last of
Rev. J. I. Parker occupied the
pulpit here Sunday.
Miss Celia Flinn and George
Flinn left here Thurspay tor Mad
ras to visit with relatives.
Alvie Simson's brother Frank
and his wife arrived Thursday
from The Dalles and will remain
with Mr. Simpson at his farm
home the rest of the winter.
John Hana of Boyd was a Visit
or here Saturday.
Th former part of the wet k was
pleasant with an occasional shower
of rain until Friday when a lieht
Mrs. Frank Magill was the re
cipient of a number of useful
pieces of household furniture
Mrs. Torn Swift is recovering
from an attack of blood poison in
Bill Johnson broke an axle of
his wagon Saturday while driving
Wilbur Mulvany sttfck in the
Swift barn yard Sunday morning
with his heavily loaded wagon,
breaking the tongue.
Mrs. Lois McCowan and baby
arrived Friday from Bakeoven.
Tom and Frestus Swift hauled
several loads of freight from the
Sherar station last Week.
The school entertainment ffere
Frtday night was very good. The
ehildren evidenced much good
training ijrven them on the part
of theif teacher, Prof. T. J. Skir
vin. Both the cantata and the
play were well rendered and gave
great satisfaction to the immenpe
iMdience which' responded with
Misses Katie Spath and Bell Me
Murry who are attending school
in DUfur arrived the latter parr" of
last wefck to spend the holi day at
their respective homes. .,
Jre. Veva Driver, Miss Emma
Heroun and ;W. fatlersori kf
Satnrday morning for Portland1 to
of J. W. Heilmere Christmas eve.:
The people of the Middlebrook vi
A children's Christmas tree was
had at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Woodcock Saturday night.
Plaris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Emmit Zumwalt, has an attack of
Mr. and Mrs, Jake Davidson of
Juniper and Mrs. Lizzie Allen of
Warm Springs were guests of the
A. J. Swift home Monday.
D, B. Appling has juBt
completed bis new. house,
Saturday, the 28rd, the patron
of the Criterion postofllce met and
organised a phone company and
will immediately commence the
building of a line from there to
Edwin Kidder is home from The
Dalles, where he is atiunding high
school, for the holidays,
A few of the neighbors gathered
at tbt home of D, L. Rutherford
on Wednesday evening and spent
a very enjoyable time at cards and
dancing and eats.
J. E. Miller is hauling lumber
to build a kitchen.-
Mrs. Patrick of Prosstr, Wn.j
is visiting her daughter,' Mrs. D.
J. 0. Nosker and wife are spend
ing the holidays with friends near
W. S. Orcutt of Kent spent a
few days with hfs Bister, Mrs. Jf
OF PAST WEEK
The Christmas program at the
church was witnessed by crowded
house. The songs and recitations
were good and especially good was
the little folks part in which twelve
small children recited and sang
without an error. Mrs. Lesan and
her assistants had worked very
hard on this part of the program,
which was certainly a success.
Treats of apples, candy and
nuts were passtd, enough for all.
And the Unique feature of it was.
no one seemed to know who hud
furnished them as no collection
for that purpose bud been taken,
Last evening Mr. and Mrs. L.
B. Kelly invited their friends in
to play progressive Five Hundred.
This is the tlrst purty for Five
Hundred to be given in this vicini
ty and will probably be followed
by others. Lunoh was served and
the evening slipped swiiy quickly,
Christmus day was Holly Moads
sixth birthday, hut to celebrate
the two events at once would be
too much, so it was put off till
Wednesday afternoon when a dos
en of her little friends were tnvited
in to honor the event.
Games were played and refresh
inents of chocolate, candy and
nuts, and a cake with real candles
on it were served to the delight of
the youngsters, by Mrs. Moad as
sisted by Mrs. Vanderpool and
Those present were Holly Moad,
Raymond Vanderpool, ArvillaLe
nan, Eva Slusher, Jack Sfiattuck,
Winifred Kaiser, Frank Morrison,
Boby and Charles McShane, Alvin,
Nona and Jack Styer.
The birthdays of Charles and
Boby McShau occurring on Thuri.
day and Saturday of last week,
Mrs. McShane gave them a little
party Friday and Invited Holly
Moad and Winifred Kaiser,
F. D, Stuart and family return
ed from Mosier Tuesday afternood
where they spent Christmas, and
Mrs. Stuart and Crystal had been
with ber parents the past week.
Tygh Valley Shop
And Wagon Work Heavy and Light
Horse Shoeing a Specialty '
First Class Plow Work ' Cast Plow Shares Ground
Break Blocks Heavy and Light Ready Made up
Don't forget the Old Stand and its new manager
Wm. L. MORRISON
Phone in Shop
May God speed the day
When Strife shall cease,
And guide oar steps
From War to Peace.
the Proper Plate (8 fist PfeSefcU forr CHRISTMAS
Maupin Drag Store
We? can suit the wlefe amir. Code iri Snd lei lis help you
make a selection Price withid reaeli 61 everybody
spend the holidays.
i A tree wac given at the residence