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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1928)
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At the New Tygh Valley High School Gymnasium
Main Event-"Shorty" Behnke vs."Spim" MeClaskey
6 Rounds Tygh Valley Weights, 14b rounds ine panes ,
Ray New vs. Bob Shepflin
Tygh -4 Rounds-160.1bs- Maupin
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Alb. Hachler-Wm. Cervine
Wapinitia -4 Rnds-145 lbs- Tygh
Darrel Wing - Ray Stacey
Tygh -4 Rounds-120 lbs- Tygh
L. Ghandler-Bill Padgett
Tygh -4 Rnds-135 lbs- Wapinitia
Dick Delco - Howd Conley
Wapinitia -4 Rnds-120 lbs- Tygh I
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The Smoker to Conclude with
A BATTLE ROYAL
By Five Grade School Boys
Glen Graham EL Conley
Maupin 4 Rounds-150 lbs Tygh
Alva Hammer - Ken Webb
Wapinitia -4 Rnds-140 lbs- Tygh
The Radtke Midgets
The Scrappiest Kids in the State
Dance After, the vSmoker
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Correspondents' Weekly News Items
Doings at Pine Grove
The Pine Grove school entertain
ment on Friday evening last, which
combined Valentines day with Lin
coln's and Washington's,, birthday
features, was a succeis. A good au
dience filled the school house. A
special number, including birthdays
of eminent persons to occur in Fcbu
ary, was well received. Mi s Flossie
Overman plans to have another en
tertainment on March 17th, it to Be.
in the nature of a 6t Patrick's Day
; program. ...
Ben Richardson, merchant, oil and
gas man, who operates a portable
wood saw while resting up, has com
nleted his dance hall and celebrated
it : opening last Saturday night -with
a dance., A good crow.d from all over
Wapinitia Plains attended, and the
affair did not break up until 3:00 a.
- m. Sunday morning. Ben plans to
offer his friends a place to dance
once each week.
Walter Sharp and George Beebe
have entered into a partnership and
cutting wood is the first thing tackled
by the new alliance. Beebe has pur
chased a drag saw from Johnnie Sin
clair. " Virgil Mayfield has decided to
. move back to his timber claim in
Kelly Gulch. He has closed his lease
on the W. A. Dane ranch.
Melvin Walters and W. A. Dnne
spent Sunday and took dinner with
Wm. Moore, the muskrat farmer, in
McCubbins Gulch. .
J. S. Brown's" auto recently cat
near the Abbott ranch road at an
. pnl". of 45 degrees. It looked as
i tho Sam had gotten his wires crossed.
How did it happen Sam? -
Lester West has learned that it i"
better to watch the road he rides on
and to inspect the Walker-Kelly lane
after he is headed straight for it. The
!. old black horse and an oak singletree,
one log chain plus Bob Shepflin and
Newt Hedin combined to cet his gas
buggy back on the grade.
John and George Davis hav? been
scouting Wapinitia Plains and east of
the Deschutes, buying sheep to' pas
ture on the hj!r..rtea'l lands along
the re ervation hilla They plan to
run 500 sheep as a capacity.
Robert and Ella Shepflin spent the
week end at the ranch. They had not
i been home since Thanksgiving, due to
, bad roads and the fact that their
parents were stopping in Maupin.
Wm. Sturgis hat hauled. Jack
Kelly's, alfalfa to. the J. P. Abbott
sheep ranch. ' '
Mrs. Vivian Weberg spent a couple
of days last week at Wapinitia and
I at Maupin, visiting
! Leonard's folks.
with her and
The Tum-A-Lum Lumber company
has purchased 150 tiers of wood from
Mrs. N. G. Hedin.
The Elza Derthick truck was haul
ing wood from Pine Grove to the
Kelly hotel last and this week.
J. P. Abbott purchased and has
hauled a pile of oak wood from Ben
and George Richardson.
George Richardson ha3 left Pine
Grove and is at Maupin for a time.
IIeplana to go to Pnnevtlle and from
there to take a band of sheep into
the Blue mountains for the summer.
Mrs. Julius Shepflin has returned
home after a nursing job at Mrj. Roy
Claus Heisler of Dufuf-has return
ed to the Burn3ide ranch, where he
and Carl Powell are pasturing their
Fred Lyons, wood cutter of Pine
Grove, has bargained for rental of
the George Burnude ranch.-
Connolly Getting Lmb- I
It is reported that quite a few of ,
the Connolly ewes have given birth'
to lambs thus early. The winter has
been propitious for eariy lambing
and as the Connollys have many
thousand head of sheep early lamb
ing with them is no new experienca.
went back on a return trip Saturday
and on Tuesday brought in a coupl
more of the Ford farm machines.
Canby Big modern tourist hotel
DUtributing Fordion -
Bobby Davidson and Louis May
hew went to Portland last Thursday
and on Friday returned with a couple
of Fordson tractor:, which had been
sold by George Tillotson. They
I. O. O. F.
Lodgn No. 209, Maupin, r Oregon
meets every Saturday night in I, 0.
O. F. hall. VLsdting members always
Jamat Cbalmart, N. G. .
O. F. Ranick, Sac'y.
-get right up front
where the pleasure
is. Have- a Camel.
The real object
of smoking is to
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a'RY OUR SUNDAY ,
Cold Drink and
may be built here this year. .
In 1924, Oregon had 1,404 dip
therla cases and 104 deaths; in 1927,
S09 cases and only 36 deaths.
Shoes and Repairing
Watco County $ Exclusive
yos for th General Repairing
Vbol- FmU The DaJUs, Ore.
Camels lead by billions and keep
: right on growing ,
ID 1920, H. .'. Reynoldi Toliaeso
Conipany, Wiiuton-Sulem, N. C.
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