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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1924)
Supplement to the lone Independent
lone, Oregon, March 28, 1924
Morgan Life j
Morgan was visited with a snow j
squall last Thursday followed by
frosty weather. I
Martin Bauernfiend and Mr. I
Harbison returned from Portland
last Friday where the latter pur
chased a new Star car.
Mrs. Esta Bauernfiend's sister,
Mrs. Nellie Walters of Portland,
is here visiting relatives.
Mrs. T. M. Beneditt called on
Mrs. H. 0. Ely Wednesday. She
and her husband are on their way
home to Lyle Washington.
H. 0. Ely and wife, also their
aunts, Mesdames Walters and
Bauernfiend, drove to Heppner on
Jim Hardesty finished plowing
Monday and is now building fence
with the help of his son.
Mrt Palmateer and son Bert,
went over to Shelter Flat last
Noah Pettyjohn sold some nice
cattle to Geo. Ritchie of lone.
Mrs. Halferty is visiting witu
Mrs. Jim Warfield for a time.
Tibie Miles purchased 3 head
of work horses from Mr. Cogs
well last Sunday, and is ready to
run two plow teams and the dirt
will sur be turned over now on
the Tibie place.
The Mesdames Pat and Grace
M ;dlock and children, visited at
Mrs. Noah Pettyjohn's Monday
Mrs. Halferty called on Mrs.
Last Sunday Mrs. H. 0. Ely
gave a dinner in honor of her
father's (Mr. Palmeteer,) birth
day which was greatly enjoyed
by all the relatives and all wish
ed Mr. Palmeteer would have
more birthdays if he treated them
to such good leeds.
Mr. Harbison purchased several
good lots of wheat this week.
Mrs. Pat Medlock was sur
prised last Thursday night by
several of her friends and rela
tives, it being her birthday. Up
to a late hour, games were play
ed and then a bountiful lunch was
spread after which all returned
to their homes wishing Mrs. Med
lock more such good times.
Cecil News Items
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Madden
of The Willows, are spending a
few days in Heppner visitiny.
Mr. and Mrs. Cline Cecil, wert
visiting with J. W. Osborn and
Mrs. Weltha Combeat at Fair
view ranch, Sunday.
Elvin Schalfer of lone, was the
guest of the Mayor last Sunday.
J. J. Mclntire and children of
Killarney, were calling on their
Cecil friends last Sunday.
J. C. Ballinger of Boardman,
was doing business in Cecil Wed
nesday and bought several hun
dred t ins of baled hav from W.
i II. Chandler of the Willow creek
i Mrs. H. J. Streeter and daugh
ter Miss Opal, accompanied by
: Mrs Pearl Cline of Cecil, visited
Wednesday with Mrs. Tyler at
I Melville Logan of The Willows,
, spent Saturday and Sunday with
' his brother Leon, at Fourmile.
Mrs. T. H. Lowe and daughter
Miss Annie C, were calling on
1 Mrs. Geo. !eo. Miller at High
I view, on Monday.
! "I have just retuned from
I California," said a prominent!
' Portland business man recently,
and about all I heard down there'
was "What's the mailer with you
' people up there? Do you want to
put a fence around your your
state? Or don't you want any
body else to come into Oregon?'
With the income tax, commer
cialized hate and a prospective
anti cigatetie law, we'll soon b-'
the outcasts of the Pacific Coast "
On Your Farm
Free of Charge
Our demonstration car goes
everywhere within forty miles
of Heppner, and will give you
and your neighbors a fine
All Leading Makes
MAURICE A. FRYE
HEPPNER :: ORE.
A. D. MCMURDO, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner : Oregon
The ice cream parlor in the
Engleman pastime has been new
y papered, new linoleum laid and
a general overhauling made which
creates an attractive place for all
ice cream patrons. Nw tables
and chairs have been added as
also one of the best uptodate soda
fountains in eastern Oregon. As
a starter for the season, icecream
is to be served Saturday and Sunday.
WOODSON & SWEEK
Attorneys At Law
First National Bank Building
I leppner Oregon