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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 17, 1925)
' VOLUME XIII
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL , 17 1925
nrrr a T(
IONE TOWN TEAM
Came Ends With Score at
( to 2 With Local Torstrs
On the Lon End.
Thn lono town team won nn
eaty victory from Lexinnton or,
the local field luttt Sunday. Lex
itiKtpn put up a floul KHine but
were out cliiHHfd by the IocuIb.
Tho Hcoru wai G to 2.
lono played practically the
numo team that went to Board
man two weeks auo. with C,
Uuliy CHtchinK, Croitmnt pitch
ing, Lu..doll (irt. Linn second,
Eubitnks Khort, HriHtow third,
II, hui-yit field. Clark center,
and G.aveb liht field, The onjy
chantte was Eubanks at Bhort.
It ia believed by many with a
little more utrengtheninir to Bo
cure ft more formidable baltinu
liHt that the local club will bold
iU own with any of them, ll
speaks well for lone that we
can furnish lleppner with four
good intlelderi and still put out
lone will pluy at Lexintiton
this Sundav and games with
with Other teams will be sched
The local high school team
vjn from tee l'ine City team in
fast ten inning gam on Fri
day by a score of 7 to C and lout
A few of tho Sunday school
clans very pleimcnt y surprised
their tcbcher, Mrs. M. Al Mor
gan at her home, hint TueHriuy
altetnoon, BHniHted by theMisfg
Tbelma ForLeH,' Hazel Aktrs
and Ilia Morgan.
Cmiui's were tnjoyvd for a
whila after which refreshments
consist injr. of ice cream and
cake were Berved. ThoHO pre
tut were: .
Carl and Clair Kellog, Hay
mond and Uubhy Walker, Mil
dred and Helen Lundell, Francis
Hrynon, Winona Uitchie, Winnie
Uiown and Virginia Cnllith.
TO WATER USERS
All users of City waUr for ir
rigating purposes mui t secure a
permit frm the Recorder's office
prior to UHing vater for that pur
pose or water wil bo shut off with
WATEU und LIGHT COM.
By F. II. Uobinson' recorder
The ladies of the Christian Ch.
will hold a fancy work and food
sale at tho Mc Munay building,
to lleppner on Saturday 8 to 7.
This was loiie's first defeat tnis
season thy having" won four
straight Karnes, defeating llepp
i.er l to 1 in a former encounter
That I wliat you hav for tvtry bill or account
you pay by check. You don't even have to make a
memorandum of the payment. The bank keeps the
account for you.
You have no trouble hunting up receipts and receipt
ed bills. Just call on the bank for your check and you
have the evidence complete.
The bank solicits your deposits, large or small, and
invites you to pay your bills through it. It's the safe
Our Protection To
Capital and Surplus $35,000.00
Bank of tone
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It has to be done.
Better do it now, and get the
work started,' before you are ,
up against bigger repair bills,
for carpenters and tinners, etc.
WHAT'S IN A NAME
Noto While I 'it itl Iti-vcrw nvule
fu nous rl h- Wllllnm rawfi' per
omit'il, n Klmllnr wrvhi' t i thn
muithwot of llnHton, by wiy of
I am a wandering, hitter shade-
Never of me wa a hero maae;
Mv name wes Dawes and his
When the lights from the Old
Ncrth Church flashed out,
Pul Revere was waiting about.
Poets have never sung my praise, l" I was already on my way.
Nobody crowned my brow with The shadows of night fell cold
.bays; j n( my
And if youasK me the fatal as 1 roue, wi n never a tin ait or
cause. I Pau!
I answer only, "My name was But what was the use. when my
Dawes." I name was Dawes:
' Ili.-tory rings with his silvcy
'T is all very well for the name
children to hear 'closed to me are the nortals of
Of th nvdnight ride of Paul f.m
Rev iv; . Had he been Dawes and I Revere
But why should my name be No one hid heard of him. I fear.
quith forgot, No one has heard of me because
Who rode as boldly and well. He was Revere and I was Dawes.
God wot? ' ti i c m
. ,,. ,,T. . IWen F. M re.
V hv should I ask" Th" reason is
LOCAL HEWS NOTES
Mr. and Mrs. H. C Wood mot
ored to Portland the fiist of the
wetk, ih;y e e accompanied by
Mr. H. C. Witzel.
Mr. and Mrs. Brenner Reese
of Yakima are viniting this week
at the hone cf Mrs. Reese's
parents, Mr. and' Mrs. J. II.
Anlera, voucan get fishing
.tackle at DULLARD'S PHAR
MACY ; Mr.-R. F. Akersof Portland.
u looking after business in lone,
j this week.
I Samuel Simpson, former" lone
school teacher, was in lone over
the last week end visitlru friends,
While he. e he ma le a trip to
Pendleton and brought Mias
Genevieve Td'.oUon, another
teacher, back tor a days visit,
Do you need blacksmith coal?
Englemau has it. best quality.
Rit.rht pi ice. - .
rarmers are all jubilant over
the heavy rain which ell on
Wedriosdav and Thursday. It
will be worth thousand of doll
ars of dollars' in this county.
For sale-10 Fold or 128 Ity
bnd club waeat. fail seeo or
Chas. M. Wagner,
See J. E. Swanson.
Superintendent Tucker and
Aiessrs. Builard and Morgan of
the lone school board attened th
County Convention of School Of
ficers in lleppner this week,
Tiie Junior Christian Endeavor
of the: Christian church held
their social and business meet
ing, I.itmiuy night, at the home
of the Juniir Superintenotnt,
MisslLzoi Akers, they had their
election ot otlicers lcr their so
ciety. Cat'lund Swanson Pres.,
Fern Engleman, Vice Pres.,
Rosa Fletcher, Sect'y, Kenneth
Akers 'freas,, a!;cr the business
meeting, they spent the evening
playing games, after being ser
ved to a generous helping of ice
Convention Addressed By S.
E. Notson and State Sup't
RETORT OF THE CONDITION OF
. THE BANK OF IONE
Charter No. lit. Reserve District No. 12.
At lone, i.i the State of Oregon at the close of business Apr. 6th,
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t. l,n nn tin I iliciiinilM. InrHi'llr.K n-lcoiinlH mIiowii In Iiciiin
'in iiinl :m. ir miy ...... . JSIT-.h Id
5. ViTilr(U wviired mid iliiwcuriMl ... 1.I1S.2S
3. I". S novi-riiiiii'til . mviirlth' owned. llH-lilllni thophowii
In Item anml ".'. II imy - U.ITiO.OO
4. Other ImiiiiIh. witrtvntN 'mill ntciir" t I.-h. Iiii'liiilliu fun-litu
IfuviTiiiiii'iit. tn(i'. inniil.-lpiil. rorp H-iitl'in, etc., Iiu'linllnn
tiiiwc Hiinwn m tti'iiiH :i ainl :i . It hiiv
siiickM, iMviii ltlci . rliilmx, lli-ii. )iitrinin1. etc..'
lliinklna Iioiik.'. ? 10 mi no; tiirnltiir.1 ninl flxtiin-M, S:i:.ai(nl
lii'iil I'Htnte nwm'il other tfinn bmiVlnir liim'
iiili iili on himil In vii ult und due Iroin linnUn, ImnkerH
ninl trift rnmyniiifn di hltfimteil iiml iiproveiJ rexerve
nireiitH ol the Imnk - -
i lieekH on IniukM luiMtlo city or town of reporting luink unit
ot tier eiili Ileum
Totiil i-iikIi ninl line from oaiikH, items p, n, in. u
Total - - -.V,i;,44..-IS
The annual convention of
school district officers met in
Heppner on the fourteenth ins't.
and was attended by a larie
number of the school officers
and teachers of Morrow county.
The opening address of the
morning session .was. made t y
Hon. S. E. Notson, District At
torney, who spoke on the impor
tance of the echool board in the
school system. Mr. Notson em
phasized the point that the school
board determines the policy of
die oistrict and is the control
mg factor in the local school
Trreir responsibilities are many
said Mr. Notson but the dutv cf
selecting teachers is the great
est. Building, equipment, li
braries and play grounds are im
portant and do not constitute
more than 15 or 20 per cent of
the value of a school leaving
at least 80 per cent of the. value
of the school to be supplied by
the teaching force.
Sup't. Churchill addressed the
convention at the morning ses
sion on the problems, of District
He made an appeal for better
sAools and emphasized the per
sjnal, equipment library and
He spoke of the increase in the
requirements for teachers and
slated that to provide for the in
struction and training of teach
ers additional facilities had been
provided by the state.
He said that ten year3 from
now that the requirements for
t.-achers w.ll include 4 years in u
The Independent's phone num
ber is 62.
Swing a Kodak from your shoulder and th:n yon
take home the trip. It's all easy the Kodak way
and you'll find it tun from the first.
Put your plans for pictures in our hands and we
will put in yours the right Kodak for you to
take along ITS HERE
' BULLARDS PHARMACY
The KODAK Store
4,:i."il .0:1 !E5
$i;,.'i hi o i
111. Ciipllnl Hlock paid In ....
17. Surpliix fnii'l
Ii. ui I t'lidlvlileil nrofltM
it I ih em-rent xneiirte. inteiVHt ami lav nam. .iwi.i
Dumni DKi'OMrr. other than Initika. mibleet to rmerve:
lliillvlillial clepiwIU HllliJ -et to cheek. IrielwliliK deio-"IU line ,
the Stale of Oretroii. comity, eltlei or oilier jiulille fiimU .
Demaml certllli'iitcM of ilepmlt oiUHtamlliiu;
Total (lemanil ilepimliH, oilier than lunik iepoMltn.mihect
to reerve, lleniH 24. 'l 2'1 $-i,"i.lS4 Nl
Timk ami Savimim IM'.i'okitk, Niilijeet io rexerve and pnyu
lile on deiiuiml or Hiihject. tfi notice:
Time ecrtllle itex ot depiwit oiitHlnildlini
Total of time and Hiivln; depoxliH payalil" on ilcmand
or i nlij'-ct. to notlee. Iteum 27 and 2s, lll.tlllfl H
Note and hill rcdUcounfed liu-liidlmi bond or other ne
carlllen Mold under repiirchanH Hifreciiieutx with contingent
llalillltleM - ,
UlllN pnyiilile with federnl rcMerve bank or mI1i oilier
liankH or triHt, coinpanlcn.
In order to close out odd lots of
shoes I have thrown out 200 pairs
of shoes which will be sold far be
ll low cost of manufacturing.
They are not of the latest style
but will beat going barefoot and
you cannot afford to overlook
1 Ladies, childrens and mens
shoes from -50c up and
every pair a
State of Oregon, County of Morrow, km.
I, 0 H. (tunnel, cashier of the alinw named bank, do Holemiily
uwear that the iibuve HliittMiieill 1h true to the liexl of my knowledne
and belief, tluniiel, OiMhier, ,
HubMcrlbed and Hwom to before lii thin Mill day ot April, III2.V
Vletord. 1'iiterHon, Notary I'iiMI:.
COUKtCCT AttcHt: My eoiilmlHHloiu'xplreH 7-lil, In.'.
M. U. Morsan, C. 11. Uuntel, A. &1. (iuiuel, DlriK.tor.