Image provided by: Morrow County Museum; Heppner, OR
About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1924)
It's A Hot Game Sunday-Condon VS lone On Local Field-Game Starts At 2:30 Sharp-Be There
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1924
Bank of lone
CAPITAL and SURPLUS
State, County and
4 Per Cent
On Time and Savings Deposits
Safe Deposit Boxes
v IONE, OREGON
There is a Reason - J
My . Cash 'Sales forr tKe - past
month were double those of a
yearago. -; - . ; ; !'; ;".
. ' ; I ";haye", the f largest assortment of
gbodsln Morrow County, 7,-
V They are the best that, money, can
) They are priced ror Cash Business.
:.'..!V.r Service is our motto. ' "J
' "-. rv :"
J Buy where your dollars brings the
most in Quantity, Quality and Service.
t- -WHY BUY ON CREDIT AND PAY MORE?
IONE :: OREGON
Condon Base Ball Team To Be
At lone Next Sunday
This is to be the opening game
of the season. Our boys have
been practicing for several weeks
and hope to take the first game.
Condon will have the old reliable
Cupie Clow and a good game is
assured. For many years Condon
has been the chief attraction on
the lone diamond and we hope to
have the unusal snappy close
game. The new grand stand wil
be finished and every one can
have a good seat. Come out and
show the boys that you appreciate
their efforts. '
lone Host To Rebekah County
Open For Business
I will carry a complete line of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Calljand see me
Laxton McMurrey, Prop.
AnoUier of those interesting and
successful Btl'alrg ho dear to the
hearts of members of the Itehekah
lodge, and I. O. O. F. was held in
lone laBt Saturday aiternoon, when
a lurfie number of Kehckuhs gath
ered in annual convention at Hall of
nunch Grass Kebekuh loik'e, No. 91.
Meeting opened at 1:30 P.'M. by
regular officers of lone lodge, who
Immediately surrendered their chairs
to officers of the convention: chair
man, Ada llrowu, lone; vice-chairman,
Etta Briston. lone; secretary
treasurer, Lillian Turner, Heppner.
Mrs. Tiny Moore, in a splendid ad
dress of welcome, made the visiting
lodges feel very much at home. Mrs.
Lillian Turner, In a pleasing manner,
responded to the addresB of Mrs.
Exemplification worlt of a sister
visiting from another Jurisdiction
was nicely put on, Sister Olive Krye
acting as visiting sister.
following a recess came the open
ing question box, and discussion on
using open bible in lodge room was
followed by a beautiful talk by Sis
ter Olive Frye on "A True Kebekah."
Brother Frank Griffin gave an in
structive talk .on "Fraternity."
1 ne following committees were ap
pointed: Memorial, Question Box,
Resolutions, Thanks and The Press.
lone lodge reported 124 members
to date, their lodge is flourishing
like the bunch grass for which it 1
Lexington lodge reported 82 mem
bers' and they are gaining In Interest
In their little lodge. They have riv
en some benefit suppers, dances, etc
Owing to bad roads Mhtletoe Ite
bekah lodge, No. 23, Hardinan, was
not well represented, there being on
ly two members present from ti.at
lodge, and no report was given.
A few members were present alsn
from Morgan and it Is understood
that Morgan alms In the near future
to organize a lodge.
San Soucl Rebekah lodge, No. 33,
had a large delegation present. They
report their membership as 171 to
The following officers were elect
ed for 1925 convention, which was
voted to be held In Heppner:
Chairman, Florence Hughes, H"pp
ner; vice-chairman, Etta Brlstow
lone; secretary-treasurer, Lillian
Adjourned until 8:00 P. M.
At 6:30 a bounteous banquet vat
served by the lone ladles, and let iif
say emphatically that these estimable
ladles are hard to beat as cooks. The
tables were fairly groaning under tin
weight of good things. Just here
we wish to thank most hearotily, not
only those who served the banquet,
but those ladles who so kindly threw
open their homes to us. We thank
you, lone, fur nil your kiniliieiut.
Re-assembled at 8:00 P. M, at Le
gion hull for evening session. Tin
following program was given:
Reading by Miss Swanson.
Piano solo by Mrs. Hoy Illnke.
Musical readings by Miss Fletcher
Vocol solo by Lillian Turner.
Humeroiis reading by Rev. Mr. Head
Following the prosrram all wbe
were not entitled to sit In Rebekah
lodge retired. San Soucl lodge put
on their degree team, with .Mrs
Florence Hughes as laptidn. and Ini
tiated two candidates for lone lodge
Reports of committees were listener!
to. A standing vote of thanks wn
tendered the legion boys for the use
of their hall.
Regular officers took their rhalre
and the meeting adjourned at 11:30
P. M., with one and all reporting a
MILDRED A. HAYLESS,
Leave your watch repairing at
the McMurray pastime for Hay
lor the jeweler, Heppner.
Swanson' Chop Mjll Has
Babv scratch feed, chick mash,
grit, oyster shell, charcoal, poult
ry pepper, poultry regulator, etc.
M. B. Parounagian of Salem, s
representative of the Near Kant
Relief, speaks at the lone Baptist
church this Sunday.
Geo. Franks is still quite sick
C. B. Bowers has gone to Spo
kane, Wn., for ten days.
Frank Hopkins of Portland, war
visiting here today.
Hera is a Combined Harvester
That a Small Crew Can Easily Handle
Three or four men on the harvester, a wagon and a driver to
pick up the filled sacks there's your entire harvest crew with
a Model 30 "Caterpillar" Lifetime Harvester. No more big
harvest crews, big labor bills, or work and worry of hiring
and handling the men. J. E. Pease, of Mansfield, Wash., who
used a "Caterpillar" Harvester last year for the first time,
says: "I'd hate to go back to the old way, for the harvester is
a great labor saver."
Model 30 is a money-saver,
too. It puts the grain in sack or
bin at lowest cost per bushel.
And it's a time saver, and a won
derful grain saver.
Model 30 has an 18 ft. header,
2G inch cylinder, 36 inch sepa
rator. Its power plant is the
same dependable motor used in
the 2 Ton "Caterpillar" Tractor,
and is easily removable for use,
after harvest, as a stationary
All-Steel Models 30&32
Holt offers, in these two models,
harvesters of all-steel construction
that will give a lifetime of service.
They imve the Aleniite lubrication
system, Hyatt roller bearings, safety
snap clutches, numerous other fea
tures. They are light weight and
light draft machines, economical to
operate, easy to handle, able to meet
severe conditions of rough ground
and steep grade harvesting. Model
30 cuts 18 ft.; Model 32, 12 ft. Write
for details of these or larger size
i ra n .- jc
kVN SIX llil I
n i ii v t '-.la's-
LADIES' and CHILDREN
COX MILLINERY PARLOR
So. Main St. Riht on Highway
Needle Found In Cow's Heart
C,pn. Ritchie, our meat man.
butchered a 2 vear old ht ifer at
the Fred Pettyjohn ranch near
Morgan I ues lay, that had a rack
needle 51 inches long buried in its
heart. Discovery was made in
cutting up the beef. The animal
no doubt Kwallowed the needle
while feeding at a straw stack,
ivnrkinir it uav Ihrnlliti the
stomach into the width of the
large part of the heart, there re
maining ca:;ed in by the touh
Mr. and Mr. Perry Hopkins
were given a hearty charivari on
last Thursday niyht on their re
turn from Arlington where they
were married by a Methodist
minister. Many citizens gather
ed at the home to welcome the
newly-weds and to wish them
happiness, love and joy on the
sea of matrimony. Cigars, candy
etc. were passed around.
We're going to have an Faster
So please come out of your shell;
To Paul Ualisger's on Thursday,
The rest we dare not tell,
Mr, and Mrs. C. M. Heck of
Cleveland, Wn., was here the lat
ter part of last week visiting his
son, C, A. Beck and family,
Mrs. E J. Uriatow has been
qute sick the past week.
NvV Reduced to.
World's Lowest Priced
Closed Car with Doors
Front and Rear.
Order Now for Earliest
Cohn Auto Co.
Heppner -:- Oregon
There is a fine picture r,ow
Saturday night. See it and laugh
(away your troubles.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knirleman
drove to Portland Wednesday on
business and will return Friday.
Ivl Holrniuist is now in the
country near Heppner, booting
the woolies over the range.
J. M. Morrow, salesman of the
Pendleton marble works, was in
lone last Friday on business.