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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1924)
If Involved In Portland Bridge Scandal, George Baker Should Clean His Skirts As A Senatorial Candidate. Will He?
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1924
Bank of lone
CAPITAL and SURPLUS
State, County and
4 Per Cent
On Time and Savings Deposits
Safe Deposit Boxes
Buy Tin Cans ?
Coffee in fancy tins
cost you from 5c to 10c
per pound more than
.Try my bulk roast
coffee. You can save
money every pound
is sold on guarantee
of satisfaction or your
All-Day Meeting At Christian
Church Big Success
The all-day meeting held her
last Sunday at the Christian
church was well attended. The
bible school met at 10 o'clock wich
an attendance of 75; a short East
er exercise, communion service
nd preactiing in the forenoon.
Then dinner was served in the
basement of the church, provided
for by the ladies and friends of
the church. About 150 people en-
joyed this fellowship and good
time together, then at 2:dU p. m.
another preaching service by
Paul De F. Mortimore, which all
enjoyed and the remarks were
that it was the "best sermon
Supper was served in the church
at 5:30 and at 6:30 the Christian
Endeavor meeting was called.
Miss Anna Tillson and Miss Hazel
Akers had charge of this service.
Preaching again was held at 7:30.
At nine o'clock everyone went
home feeling they had had a full
and profitable day.
The church is planning about
the same program for next Sunday.
Ball Player Mashes Finger
Werner Rietman, 3rd baseman,
had the misfortune Monday of
having the middle finger of his
right hand badly mashed in the
gear of a pump jack. It may yet
have to be amputated.
Entertain With Chicken Dinner
On last Sunday evening Mr.
and Mrs. Omar Kietmann enter
tained a number of friends at
their home, the main feature be
ing a chicken dinner with all the
trimmings which was much en
joyed bv all; the remainder of
the evening was spent in playing
games. Those present were: Mr.
and Mrs. Werner Kietmann; Mr,
and Mrs. Fred Manken; Misses
Louis Berning; Vera and Ruby
Engelman; Alice Kietmann and
Augusta Lindstrom; P. M. Koche;
David and Victor Rietmann.
lone 8, Condon 1
lone won from Condon easily
last Sunday by putting up a real
hitting bee. The league standing
R. Fitz, 6
C. Fitz 2
Never Too Old To Catch 'Em
Frank Griffin left Sunday for a
three week s visit with his son
in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. H. K. Kaiser, at Maupin,
Ore, He intends to have a good
time and fishing on the Deschutes
river will be a daily occurrence,
while a little spooning at night
with an old school teacher friend
of year's acquaintance, will help
pass away the evening hours, bo
it is possible that his trip may
prove profitable, both as to the
finny and feminine catch. Here's
W. Rietman, 5
Dutch Rietmann, 3
Vic Rietmann, 4
jfeMII ySIiOB mItoSe I
Some fine catches of trout are
reported by fisherman during the
past week. Judge Robinson and
E. J. Bristow and sons caught 27
beauties on Rhea creek Sunday
of which several were 14 inches
long. Fred Nicholson fished on
the same stream Monday and ex
hibited in town that evening an
19 inch rainbow trout.
To meet bills for 30 days only, 25 per
cent off on the entire stock-many useful
Graduation Gifts. April 15 to May 15.
WM. HAYLOR, heppner. ore.
Mrs. Katie Petteys received an
other surprise last Saturday night
when her brother. George Can
ger, and wife and sister, Mrs.
Carrie McNeil, John Muir and
wife, Elden Miur and wife and
Jack Southwell, from Pendleton,
drove over to be with her over
Sunday, returning home Sunday
A. D. MCHURDO, E D.
Physician and Surgeon
Ofnee in Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner ; Oregon
Miss Zelma Engelman, accom
panied by her friend, Miss Doris
Getr.droveup from Portland Sat
urday to spend Easter Sunday,
returning Sunday afternoon in
order to resume their studies on
Monday, both are attending the
Benke Walker Business College
Earl Wright, an employee of
the lone bank, left Thursday for
Batcer. Ore., where he has been
given a position with the Citizens
Nat. bank. Mrs, Edna Hossner
has been advanced to the position
of asst cashier.
Swanson's Chop Mill Has
Baby scratch feed, chick mash,
grit, oyster shell, charcoal, poult
ry pepper, poultry regulator, etc.
Among the Lexington people
who attended the all day meeting
at the Christian church Sunday,
were: Messrs. and Mesdames
Cecil Warner; Walter Hill; Harry
Dinjis; Mr. Cox and Mips Mary
FOR SALE-Barley or Chop.
Inquire of E. L. Padberg.
Struck out by Clow 7.
Struck out by Thornton G.
Condon may have the jinks on
lone on the Condon diamond, but
lone don't take a back sjat when
they meet the Wheat City hoys
before the home fans and our
main aim was to take the Sunday
game ond we did it by showing
the fans a real exhibition of the
national sport. But one error w as
marked up against lone and the
boys gave Kewpie the hardest
Grubbing that he has ever met on
this diamond. Condon is short
of some of the old reliable play
ers and the young players are
hardly in the class of lone.
Thornton did the pitching for
fone and allowed but one hit thru
eight innings. Brown and C.
Fritz then connected in the 9th,
which cut olf our hopes for a shut
out. Thornton was suffering from
a very lame hand, but stuck thru
the game though unable to use
his bat, he got onto the base
twice. He has pitched four games
for lone and has allowed but 7
runs in all and has made 4 tallies
Drake was the hitting and field
ing star of the day, having made
a 3-bagger, a 2 bagger and a
single in four times up and robbed
Blown of a hard hit. Werner
and Dutch each put out a two
Arlington will play at lone next
Sunday and Condon will enter
tain the Heppner team.
lone fans have been asking for
a real ball team and our four wins
without a defeat is beginning to
make them think we are the real
bunch they want and are givimt
the boys hearty support.
Come out next Sunday and see
the game. We do not play at home
again until May 18th, and we will
have but five more games on the
Roche reports his arm getting
in good shape again and when he
and Thornton are on hand we can
go up 8gainst any of our oppon
ents with better than an even
chance. Come out, boost the boys
and help win the trophy.
The interior of the Kngt-Iman
pastime has been painted and re
papered which greatly adds to its
i Tum-A-Lum has received a fine
assortment of screen doors. (Jail
and inspect them.
A woman's auxiliary to the K.
K. K. was organized at Lexing
ton Monday night.
Lee Padherg was in Heppner
Tuesday afternoon transacting
some insurance business.
A mixed ear of cattle and hogs
were shipped from here Sunday
to Portland by Fred Raymond,
At this period of the year, use
precaution that the cow's milk is
pure. Disease lurks in milk.
Attorney Woodson of Heppner
attended the Bristow a Johnson
stockholders meeting here Mon
May 17th is the date set for
another big dance and wrestling
match at the Juniper Community
Hall. Wait for bills.
Frost hai killed all fruit here.
Only one house m four
is well kept up by
paint and varnish
EVERY year that painting is put
off mean's many dollars loss to
the owners of the other three, for
paint is the most important part in (
the care and preservation of houses.
There is no substitute for good pnint. If yours
is one of the three homes that need paint, don't
let it go another day.
Save the surface now and you will save it at
considerably less expense than will be possible
, later on.
Come in and talk the matter over with us. We
carry Rasmus-sen Paints and Varnishes and rec
ommend them as the best for you to use for all
exterior and interior purposes.
' Tfcumuuen ProJuClt
i .S1 Bam and Roof Paine Wall-Dura WaahahU
Truix and Tractor Paint ' Wll P.lnt -
f Creoiott Shingle Stain Inside Fluor Paint
1 ''.Jr Porch Floor Paint Oil Suini, Varnishae
Racolite linamel Floor and Varniih Stains
Ratmttssen Product for Entry Surfae
School Holds Program
The 8th grade grammar school
taught by MissJuanila Rietmann
in the juniper community, gave
a very delightful program before
a crowded house lust Saturday
night as follows:
1. Song. "Old King Hole."
2. Reading, Dull RoMe's Math.
Tableau. Crossing thcl'lains
Song. Little Ho Peep.
Reading, Obliging Little
Rending, Buy My Dolls.
The Sick Haby.
Reading. A Hoy's Pocket.
Song. When Pa was a Hoy.
12. The story of the Peach l'ie.
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14. Song, Lu.y Mary.
15. Reading.The railroad cross
16. Reading, When Father was
17. Song, Whn I was a Lady.
18. Reading, That Red Gown.
19. Counting Eggs.
20. Two Minstrels.
o lull IL1L
2 bags for
JL J A BAG
Ygu can roll
for 15 Cents
Mr. Harbison and wile were
called to Corwallis, Wn., bv the
illness of his brothers wife. Hot)
Harbison and Martin Hauernfieud
took them to Arlington Tuesday
night to cat the train.
Aal Kiy v. it to Heppner Tues
day on miHin.'tis.
Earl Morgan and wifenl Iirond
acres. were callers on Minnie L'lv
last Tuesday. 1
Congratulations are extended
to Jimmy Warheld and wife of
this place on the arrival of a line
boy, born April 21. Jimmy surely
won't have to work any more as
he now has two fine boys.
Jimmy Warfield and wife en-.
tertained -t their home Sunday, r. . ,.
Lester Hrittisn and wife, Mr. Cheaper to Buy at Home
Whiles, Tibie Floyd, Jessie Whiles We asked a citiren yesterday
and Miss Hardesty. why he did not take advantage
Minnie Kly and Este Hauern-' of that, closing-out sale at Hepp
fiend, are looking after Mrs. ! ner. He remarked: "What's the
Harbison's little chickens and Diirning up gas running to
turkeys during her absence. Heppner when I can buy the
Earl Miggleworth and wife articles at Bert Mason'a
were tip from I he Dalles on a h iwne (inui iejinn vug.
A Young Rietmann Arrives
Dutch Rietmann reports the ar
rival of a 7J lb. son, at Heppner,
Wednesday morning. Mother is
doing fine and the new arrival, a
natural left handed first base
man, is 'rarin to get in the game,
Dutch promises to play the star
game of his life Sunday, so the
fans can depend upon first bace
being properly taken care of and
several balls knocked across the
visit with friends.
Special reduction sale April 15
toMaylu. Wm. Haylor.Ileppner.
ed on their wares.'
Our curfew law works fine
the kids are at home at nine.