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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1928)
Elton Snodgrass, Maupin,
vs. Dick Delco, Wapinitia
120 Pounds Four Rounds
Albert Hachler, Wapinitia,
vs. Wallace Conley, Tygh Valley
145 Pounds Four Rounds
aln Event: "Stub" Lister, Maupin, vs. "Shorty" Behnke, Tygh Valley
Boxing Starts at 8:00 Sharp M 150 Pounds Six Rounds
Ringside Seats, $1.00; Reserved Seats, 75c "n A f iu.
Sold at Paul Muller's, Tygh; Maupin Drug Store JUamCe Jlter OmOJUer
Correspondents' Weekly News Items
Tygh Valley Doings
"All cf a Sudden Peggy," given
by the Tysh Valley High school on
Saturday evening, January 21, was
apparently very successful. Standing
roonr was a premium. The dance af
ter the show also was an enjoyable
c.ffair. The gross receipts were $201.
We mention thi; to emphasize how
easily the young people will pay for
the qymnasium. In fact they expect
to have it almost entirely paid for
by the time school is out, May 14.
The play was so successful at Tygh
and the young people who gave it
were so happy in the succe s of their
effort that to please them the play
will be given again at Grass Valley
on Saturday evening, February 4.
Any who missed seeing the play at
Tygh should not faiLto be at Grass
Valley on that date. There will be
a dance after the play, music being
furni hed by the High school orches
tra, supper at midnight.
Remember the dance at Wamlc,
Saturday, January 28, given for the
benefit of the Tygh Valley High
school gymnasium fund.
, Work on the High school gym
nasium progresses favorably. Re
member the grand opening on Sat
urday evening, February 11. Hard
vpcd, maple floor. Music by the
IT'h school orchestra.
The Freshmen are now practicing
cn their play, "When a Feller Need;
a Friend' to be given some time in
M.rch. This is a good play and we
c xpe'-t the Freshmen to maintain the
reputation of their school. Further
ennouncemcnts will be made later.
Some memb"n t; The
Camp met with the Tygh
Camp on Monday evening,' January
an enjoyed the evening.
j- A report is current to the effect
that W. G. Knox has purchased the
lot directly across the street from
XI ill's hotel from V. C. Stillwell.
. The Joint meeling of the Wapini
tia Rebekah Lodge No. 131 and the
Tygh Valley Rebekah Lode N). 197
W.T9 a clnriniH affair k,. rin
- , wicin ')r
Msupin rr. embers, 33 Tygh members
.nd three visitors exclusive of Mrs.
Etta Sanderson, president of the Re-
bek;ih Assembly of Oregon. Mrs.
Sanderson is a delightful little
;w.mr;n and her address to the tis
( embly was interesting and instruc
tive. Two candidates were initiated.
The work of the Rebekah degree '
Legion Hal V
Fwenty-Six Rounds of Scientific Sparring
l-The Radtke Midgets Two Rounds
was beautifully exemplified by the
ladies c f the Maupin team who de
serve a lot of credit for their splen
Doings at Pine Grove
Reuben and Oscar Walters spent
Sunday and Monday at The Dalles.
Dorothy Davis is improving in
health and gaining in weight since
taking treatments at The Dalles.
Frank Linn is suffering with an
injured hand, sustained' while gum
ming a saw, a piece of emery wheel
breaking off and striking him on the
back of the hand.
Lucille Walters has returned
home sfter an extended visit with
her sistar, Mrs. Chas. Brown, at The
Mary O'Brien is now employed at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cun
Earl Birchard and family were
guests at the home of Mrs. Birchard's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Bronner
Harry Weberg was an over nieht
guest of his cousins, Reuben and Os
Jcar Walters, last Wednesday.
Harold Walter;, wife and little
girl, were visitors at the J. S. Brown
heme lat Sunday afternoon.
Crystal Hartman spent last Sun
day afternoon with Lucille Walters
at the latter's home.
"George Beebe is running a race
with J. P. Abbott as a sheep owner,
he buying quite a number of woollies
Fred Laughlin dre sed a couple of
rorkers and sent them to Portland
The U. S. - Department , of Agri
culture has recently inves tigated the
operations of co-operative market
ing on the Pacific coast nnrl fn,U
that it has, been working ,to the cub
stantial ' profit of the participants.
The department cites the experience
in Hood River apple di.7':rict, where
75 per cent of the appl a and 85 per
cent of pears are so handled with
great success; al:o the too1 and mo
hair organization of California n-
gen, W.iahington and Ida"ho. by which
24,000,000 pounds of wool has been
marketed the past seven years; also
the United Dairy association of
Washington, and the Co-operative
Egg and Poultry association with
business last year of $15,000,000. It
appears that wherever there has been
co-operation for marketing, the re
sults have been more nearly satisfac
tory than through individual efforts.
Apache Indians formerly practic
ed what would now be called a trial
or companionate marriage.
One half of New York's 72 dally
new. papers are published in 13 lan
guages other than English.
It is believed that the wh
lives longer than any other creature,
its life ranging from 300 to 500
OREGON NEWS NOTES
Federal appropriations for Oregon
reclamation are $3,586,900 this year.
Athena Pacific Power & Light
company will extend 66,000-volt line
to Walla Walla.
Lake county sheepmen sell 60,
000 fleeces 1928 wool at 33 cents
Nine paper or pulp companies are
investigating Oregon for , new fac
Klamath Falls During 1927 Wey
erhaueser Timber company'! port
abe mills cut 14,000,000 feet burned
Stanfield Broom factory here
gets its broom corn from local grow
ers. Klamath Falls Contract let to
start work on Great Northern terminal.-.
Halfway Bank deposits have in
creased here $100,000 in four years.
Crane Forest service will read
vertise for sale 890,000,000 feet
timber under Herrick contract
Baker Bsker county wool grow
ers may build S17.000 wool war.
Cordon $(50,000 ballasting con
tract on Kinzua railroad is f.lmost
State will.rpend $60,000 this year
maintaining highways in Condon dis
trict. luuvjii rreuwaier aistrici seUS
3V5,000 pounds butterfat a year.
Maralif ield E. J. Murray, news-
Bob Shepflin, Maupin,
vs. Young Cervin, Tygh Valley
160 Pounds Four Rounds
"Red" McCoy, Wapinitia,
vs. Elmer Conley, Tygh Valley
135 Pounds Four Rounds
Klamath Falls Long-Bell Co. sella
600,000,000 feet of timber to Weyer
haeuser Timber Co. for about Sl,
Klamath Falls Building record
for 1927 is $1,818,719; for four
Nyssa New highway will shorten
by five miles the road to Owyhee
- Nyssa Contract let for nine miles
heavy rock work on Owyhee dam rail
road. Vale wil Join reclamation service
in city drainage project.
Klamath county tax rate, 68 mills
on the dollar, was 70.8 milla last
Oregon's totaf bond debt is $65,
662,810, with $31,622,856 credit
I. O. O. F.
Lodge No. 209, Maupin, Oregon
meets every Saturday night in I. O.
O. F. halL Visiting members always
O. F. Renick, N. C.
R. E. Richmond See'y.
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-TIIB MBHRIAM WEBSTER
Hundreds of Supreme Court
Jud((e concur In hlghert praise
of the work as their Authority.
The Presidents of all leading Uni
versities. Collceea. and Normal
gjj Schools give thelt hearty Indorse.
All State that have adopted a
large dictionary as standard have
elected Webster's New Interna
The Schoolbooks of the Country
adhert to the Merriam-Webster
system of liactkical marks.
The Government; Printing Office
at Washington u&s It as authority.
WRITS Cur sample pe of th New
Vordt, ipeclnum of Regular and India
paperman of Klamath Falls, buys
"Cooa Bay Times."
During December, 1G0 new fami
lies settled in Oregon, says the State
Chamber of Commerce.
Klamath Falls Pelican Hotel .is
opened at a cost of $150,000.
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