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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 20, 1925)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1925
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TION OF REBECCA
MEEIING AT HEPPNER
Bunch Crass Rebecca. Lodge
Degree Staff Confers
The annual convention of
Morrow County Kebecca Lodges
which met in 1. 0. 0. F. hall, at
Heppner last Saturday wan
largely attended, every lodge in
the county being represented.
Thoae in attendance from lone
numbered 42 and the total at
tendance of members and frienda
at the evening: session was above
. Brother and Sister Whetstpne
of Pendleton were in attendance.
Sister Whetstone being Past
President of Rebecca Assembly
A literary nnd musical pro
gramme arraigned by San Souci
Lodge proved a rare treat.
The next convention will be
held at Iiardman.
The officer for the coming
year are Mrs. Knighton of Mis
tletoe Lodge, President Secre-tary-Treasure,
Mrs. Turner of
San Souci, Vice President, Mrs.
Lillie Morgan, of Sapphire Lodge
At the evening session of the
assembly some time was devoted
to the reading of a aeriea oi
Qtart that account today
and when you think of a bank,
think of our Bank then come in
ami get acquainted.
You Need Us -We Need You
As business friends we
are both made stronger.
Bank of lone
Nature gives every skin a moisture to keep it soft
and smooth. But every day washing, housework,
shaving and powdering, wind, alkali dust, hdtd
water, cold, and sun steal away this precious,
moisture. That's what makes skin coarse.
CREAM LOTION, however, is scientifically pre
pared to put back into the skin a precious moisture
exactly the same as nature's. It's the all-round skin
guardian. . '
Guaranteed to give satisfaction
The KODAK Store
B. P. 0. E- ATTENTION
Ball and Banquet At
Preparation have been made
to send a large number of cars
to Condon, Saturday, carrying
Elks to the ball and banquet
given by the Grant, Wheeler,
and Gilliam county . Elks, It is
planned Jo have. Heppner cars
come in-a body to lone, where
they will be joined by the lone
Elks and procee to Olex, where
the Arlington Elks will join the
caravan and go to Condon in full
force. All Elka and their ladies
are urged to join the crowd.
An extention to the chimney
of the Congregational church
was made Wednesday of this
v&ek, bringing it two feet above
the ridge of the roof.
Mr. Chan. Allingur did the
work, assisted by Mr. Paul Bal
siger. questions relating to Lodge pro
ceed tire, their discussion and
At this hour also the Degree
Staff of Bunch Grass Rebecca
Lodge conferred the degree in a
most impressive manner. Re
ports of the committees on
thanks and resolutions were pre
sented and adopted. Sister
Whetstone gave a brief address
in which she congratulated the
lodges on their splendid exempli
fication of lodge spirit, and pro
The Independent's phone num
ber is 2.
A DAUGHTER'S HOME
C0.M1NG The home of Mr. and Mrs. 0.
E. Lindatrom of Morgan was the
scene last Friday evening of an
unusually happy gathering of
friends from tins surrounding
countryside. The event was in
celebration of the homecoming
of their daughter Gussie and
husband; Mr. and Mrs. " C. L.
Crukher of Portland. GuBsie is
one of the lalrest of our naiive
born .daughters and neighbors
vied with each other in greeting
her estimable young husband,
who were married .in Portland
at last Christmas time; this being
their first trip home to receive
bith their parents' and their
In spite of the .strenuous con
dition ofarm'work the turn out
of neighbors was a housefull and
guests stayed until a late hour
engaged in social couverse,
games and in the enjoyment of a
bounteous repast spread, by,
mine host and lady.
Besides Mr. and Mrs. Lind
strom and family and Mr. and
Mrs. Crutcher the following
families, as nearly as the scribe
can recall, were present in force:
Johann Troedson, Al Troed
son, Crabtree, Stender, Mianer,
Morgan, Harbison, Ely, Palma
teer, Maffkin, Turner . and
After week at home the
young couple returned to Port
land last Sunday, where Mr.
Crutcher is engaged in business.
A 25c bottle of , HAT DYE willj
make a new one out oi your old
Leave your watch repairing at
Swanson'a Feed and Supply Store
for flay lor the Jeweler, Heppner.
A lighted match to the wick and your
oil cookstove is instantly ready. 1 1 con
centrates clean, steady heat directly
on the cooking utensil.
No coal or wood to lug, or ashes to
shovel out-a clean, cool kitchen free
from dirt and smoke.
To obtain best results, use Pearl Oil
the clean-burning, uniform kero
senescientifically refined and re
refined by a special process.
Pearl Oil is sold by dealers every
where. For your own protection order
by name Pearl Oil.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY .
LOCAL NEWS NOTES
, Herman Haverco'st, who has
been working for Carl Farns-
worlh was so unfortunate a to
have a horse step on one of his
feet and he is now' going about
The ladies of , the Djrcas
S)ciety of the Congregational
church gave a St. Patrick's Day
Tea Thursday afternoon of this
A short literary and' musical
programme was rend . 'red.
Fresh milk cows for sale.
Cecil C. Sargent.
Mr. J. W, Stringer whs a
business visitor in lone on Mon
day of this week.
Wendel Balsiger is at home
for the spring vaeation.
Let us whisper to you that its
the "Earliest Bird" that gets
the "Worm." Why not let this
bird be you? From this notice
until the next issue ol this paper
we wilt sell to the earliest bird,
one cord, 16 inch slabwood,
price 17.00, pash.
We also have several cords of
1C inch cord wood price $10.00,
Its at the FARMERS ELEVA
Born-to Mr. and Mr Bergen
Leadbetter March 16, a ten
pound daughter. Mother and
child doing well. 1
Word reaches us that equip
ment for gas-drilling operations
to be conducted in this vicinity
by the lone Gas Co. will be on
the was on the 20th instant.
International Harvester Prim
rose .Cream Separators at
"Greatly" reduced prices. I
have No. 1 and No. 3 sizes. If
in need of a Separator get my
ZINK PLACE CHANGES
A. B. Montgomery and J. E.
Mmtgomery both of Portland
have about finished seeding the
Zink place north of lone for
which thev trade 1 recently; the
deal being arranged t irouh the
Realty Office of Hap Wood.
In the deal Mr. Zink took an
irrigated tract in southern Idaho
of which he takes immediate pos
Chas. Chick and Robert Cum
mins of Portland were in lone
last Friday and Saturday visiting
The C.E.S02. of the Christian
Church will hold a food sale on
in thi M: M array building
Saturday, March twenty first.
The Ladies of the Christian
Church will hold a food sale in
the Mc Murray building.Satur
day, March the twentyeighth.
Now booking orders for day
old chicks. Terms one-half cash
with order, 12, 14, 16 cents each.
When eggs are furnished will
run 141 egg capacity for $6.00
cash when Bet.
Willow Creek Poultry Farm.
The ladies of the Dorcas
Society of the Congregational
church are planning an Easter
sale for Monday, the fourth of
The high school class in Bible
study met tbis week, Wednes
day afternoon in the parlbrs of
the parlors of the Congregational
16 to 21 incl
See Our Special Display
This store is observing National Humming Bird Week with
an unusually fine display of these famous tilk hose. You
' will find a nost of new Spring shades which you never
dreamed were to be had at a popular price.
Take this splendid opportunity to complete your Easter
outfit, to lend variety to your Spring garment with flashes
of the smart new Humming Bird colors.
Humming Bird Pure Silk Hosiery have a nation-wide repu
tation for extreme durability. Tops are doubled, heels and
toes are stronuly re-inforced with lisle, and solea with pure
ilk. Tapered in knitting, their exquisite fit cannot "wash
out." I lawlessly woven.
Come in. Examine Humming Birds closely. You'll pro
nounce them an exceptional value at
. $4 p" Box of 3 Pairs
Absolutely the vnly time this year, "Humming Birds"
will be sold for less than $1.50 per pair
IONE, OREGON .
H. S. BASEBALL
FIRST GAMES AT LEXING
Schedule of twelve games to
run from March 28
to May 2
lone plays the first leasu3 ;
base ball game here, with Hepp
ner Mar. 2& The league l.aa
been divided into two districts
again this year with Heppner, l
Hardman, Lexington, and -Ion
in the upper district and Fosil,
Condon, Arlington and Boacd
man in the lower district. The
winners of the districts will pluy
each other for the- champion
ship of the league..' The sche
dule is as follows:
March 28 Heppner at lone.
Hardman at Lexington ; Aprd 4
Heppner at Lexington, Hardman
at lone; April 11 lone at Hepp
ner, Lexsngton at Hardman;,
April 13 Hardman at Heppner,
Lexington at lone, April 25 lone
at Hardman, Lexington at Hepp
ner; May 2 Heppner at Hardman
lone at Lexington.
Doris Parker of North Powder
is the winner of the EdUon
Marshall short story prize of $30.
Miss Parker is a senior at the
State University. The title of
the story is "a Problem in
Pure Silk Hosiery