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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1924)
Supplement To The lone Independent
lone, Oregon, April 11, 1924
Death Stalks Where Auto
Driver is Drunk
Said to be in an intoxicated
condition while driving a ear on
the highway last Sunday min
ing which contained L. V. Gent-
Brilliant Cast of Players
in "Main Street."
"Main Street" which conies to
the loin hall this Saturday night
is one of the most attractive and
best screen pictures. It's cast is
ry, L. L. Matlock and Guv Bover'of the first magnitude composed
of Heppner, their large eirside ' of actors who have already won
swiped one driven by a Keeling reputation in the screen world,
tobacconist a mile east, of t'n, "Muin Street" is the well knojvn
which badly wrecked it a-ni might s'orv of life in a little western
havecaused the stranger s death. toA'n after the advent of Carol
No punishment has been meeted
out to the drivers, which se ms
quite strange to many. Some
day a bunch of theve panther
juice fellows from Heppner will
be gathered in and the fine and
jail screws put to them to a finish.
No punishment is too severe ",('r April 21st and 22 td.
for one who goes out upon the faction guarantee i.
highway driving a t car while A win low s;tle at Paul Balsig
drunk. Too many lives have been er's store om Suurdiy. April 12,
sacrificed by such drivers. i by the Dorcas Society,
Hi sure and attend the meet-
Ken, lieott. from college, bent on
m iking tlu1 to vn adopt all her
new tangled ideas. You should
Dr. D. R. Haylor, the Eye
Specialist, will lie in Heu-
Sunday afternoon the fans arose
, aii i , ginning Aoril 13th.
Cochran raced for home plate
for the. tvinir sc ,re and trreat wn L'Xington high school stu lents
the rejoicing; a moment later the P'it on a dance and a sm ikeless fre leaving for his work amongst
roar was chilled to silence and
H. 0. Ely and sons finished
plowing last Tuesday.
Hen Morgan got his arm hurt
last Sunday trying to hold a wild
A number of neighbors met at
S. Edward's last Sunday eve and
had a social time and a feed of
A-pril 8, Mrs. Munro and son
and Mr Connor of Olex, got 100
Barred Rock chicksof the Willow
Creek Poultry farm.
Jim Hardesty and wife called
on J. Uray and wile last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harbke arrived
from Vancouver, Wn. Tuesday
last. Mrs. Harbke will visit with
her father and sister while the
hubby attends to business at Her
miston and Heppner.
Pat Medlock has the blues now
that the sheep have been moved
to the range atiove Heppner.
Cecil News Items
Congratulations are extended
to Miss Georgia Summers, late of
Cecil, on her marriage to L. A.
Harman of Walla Walla, Wn.
The ceremony took place in Port
land on March 31.
Ed Melton of Pilot Rock, was
here Tuesday visiting friends be-
grief when it was learned that he
smoker April 18th.
before th 1 dunce.
made the slide at the sacrifice of anJ a 8 H" f""1- Bti tnt,re-
Our boys play ball for yoiK
amusement and their only re
Cnas. Tnornton who pitched
several gool games for lone, last
year, will pitch for lone at Hep-
numeration is the joy they get pner Sunday and is expected to
out of playing. They put thir
lives and health in jeopardy in
going into the game anil furnish
their personal equipment an d de
vote many days at practice in or
der to put up an attractive show
ing. Walter Cochran ha-) been
rendered helpless for several
months and while the fans pres
ent came thru very loyaly in the
free will offering the lone base
help im thru the season. Let 'i
good crowd of fans accompany
the team and open the league
with a good showing at Ueppoer.
B mis go on the timber and snow of Yellow
Gool music Jacket mountains.
A lamb with two Hilly develop
ed heads was born at the Kreb'a
ranch during the week and lived
fot several hours. Width of two
hemls was 7i in. and between the
outside ears, 12.
Ted Smith of lone and state
traffic officer Lieuallen and Miss
Violet llynd, were guests of the
Mayor here lust Saturday.
Leave vour watch renairing at
A very pleasant affir of last the McMurray pastime for Hay
week was ai Eister Tea guen by lor th; jeweler, Heppner.
the ladies of the Djrca-t S.iciety
at the home of Mrs. Paul Bilsig
er. Di If erent games were enter
ed into heartily by all present,
after which dainty refreshments
ball lub will appieciate any more 0f aneel food cake and ice cream
contributions and by so doing were served by Mesdames Emil
you will show the boys that you Swanson.Paul Balsigerand Yank
appreciate their efforts and will I Young to G5 guests. The out of
try all the more to give you good town tfue3ts were Itev. and Mrs.
clean sport. Bert Mason. Gillangers and the ladies of the
,m . , Congregational church of Lex
"Main Street Won.
WOODSON & SWEE
Attorneys At Law
First National Bank Building
When You Visit Heppner
ICat at the
Good Meals Best of Service