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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1926)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1926
National Farm Loan
Association Elects Officers.
LOANS IN FORCE TOTAL
The Morrow County National
Farm Loan Association hold the
annual Stock holders meeting
Tuesday of thin week and elected
a full list of officers. Officers
elect are aw follow: Pres. W. J.
Wake, V. PreB. Lew Davidson:
Sec, and Trea; C. U. Ruly, Dire
ctors: Alanzo MeOabe, R. C. He)
Iker, and Algott Lundull.
The usual routine matters of
business were transacted and
tha recarN of the S-c. andT.eas.
Inspected and approved. The Ass
ociation now has in force Gl loans
LOCAL NEWS NOTES
C. E. Carlson is the latest vie
turn of Uadioitis having just in
stalled an ATWATKIt KENT
from Hert Mason's stock.
Through an oversight last
week one important item was
omitted from the weather re
port for December, the state
nunt of the total precipitation
since Sept. 1st 1923, which was
2. C inches or .7 of an inch Icsb
than for the corresponding per
iod last ear.
There is one black and three
rei plus possessors at my place.
Owner can have them by paying
for this ad. if removed at once.
Cecil C. Sargent.
Examinations are being held at
the lone High School this week.
A basket ball (tame between
the lone - hiirh school teams and
the Condon hih school quintette
The came will take place in the
lone High School gym.
This I a double header and will
doubtless prove of more than us
ual interest. Let's go.
A movement is now on in pro
cress for the consolidation of
the lone and Morgan school dis
tricts. Petitions have been filed
with the county school supt. and
county clerk and Bn election to
determine the sentiment of the
electors will be held In the near
Earnest Frederiekson is in Lex
ington from Sal to look after
his business interests, He consid
ers a return hereto make his
Miss Dona Burnett
Hank Parker have
from a weeks stay in
Oral Henrickson who moved
some weeKB ai;o 10 i-a uranc ffi
HOLD J01N1 IN-
Thursday of last week, Jan.7.r
lone Lodge of Udd fellows uric
Uebekahs of Bunch Gi ass Lodg
,vheld a joint installation of th
elect for the ensuinp
. I .w M ik it, Vtora nulla on
wn njinx lien fyfar.
Lexington business men last, Le'e Howell acted as Grand in
week, He drove a new Dodge S 3ta!Ji officrr for the 0dd FeI
Sam Ganer former proprietor
of tne Hotel lone, announce that
he is now conducting an up to
date eating house in Portland,
the Sparks Cafe, opposite the
Blue Mouse Theatre. Sam hops
dun. the gift of his father and
was accompanied by his ex -neighbor,
Mrs. L. Handy is at the home
of her dauahter, Mrs. Gerald
White after a visit at Portland.!
Rev. and Mts. Wullace Jones
accompanied by Evangelist Ware
drove to lone Saturday and took
dinner with friends.
Harold Beach who spent the
New Year season with his father
has returned to Walla Walla:
where he will resume his studies.
Tli. M.ntnU nnpfu tit tlnaHnmpI
i lie nam vbui
laws and Vera Engelman for th'
A k the close of the installatior.
ceremonies, a happy social hour
was enjoyed by the mem tiers and
invited guests. A bountiful lunch
was srrved at the c'ose, thus t
rounding out a very pleasant oc- J
OFFICERS OF 0. E. S.
Eastern Star Installs
to be remembered
who visit Portland.
Of Mr. & Mrs. R. B
Liquid Smoke and Harn Pickle
The annual meeting of the
stock hold'd of the Bank of lorn1
was held Thursday, tne 14th.
Officers elect are: Pres M. U.
Morgan; V. Pres. C. R. Gunzel;
Cashier, Victor Peterson and as
sistant cashier Alice Reitman.
Board of directors: M. R. Mor
gan. C. R. Gunzel, Victor Peter
also the occasion of the 15th
birthday of their daughter. Miss;
Dris. Hearty congratulations
and pleasant reminders were ex
tended by her large circle of
Thursday eveningof this week
the officers elect of Locust Chap
ter No. 112, O. E. S. were ir.stal1
At the close of the installation
a short period was devoted to
games and conversation, after
which a delicious lunch was ser
ved in the dinning room. Mem
bers and invited guests to the
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F rederick Sleiwer
A favorite son of Unutilla Co.
and a candi late for th Repub
lican nomination for U. S. Sen
A large assortment ol ladies
spring dresses in latest style ami
shade, at very moderate price,
have just arrived at Bert Ma on's
Stationery new and nifty.
fir it Ncwtpaptr
Tim flrot newiiiMT 1T On
trtla tr Vrnli-v luitucd Id VM during
Hie war with I he Turka. It ri-rclvisl
III name frutn I lie amall coin, railed
gnrcllH, Hi irlie rliurged (or llir
prlvlleti of reading It
$ & -$
Bristow & Johnsons
A pleasant dance followed
refreshments was enjoyed b number of 43 sat at the table
memberj and friends.of Lexing- A happy coincidence was the
tons ord'.s of Rebtkfchs at the;occurrence of the 16th anniver-
sd ool house gym Friday evening, sary of the birth of Mr3. Clara
. - lilowk on the date of her install-'.
Lexington won from lone ri.;a,;on a9 w. M. of Locust Chap
day night when her girls and ter q. E, s.
boys basket baliteams met lone' A delicious cae crowned with
in the gym. Both lone and Lex the appropm'e numberof cand
ington snoweu epirueu gKmes jM K,acoi the post of honor at
which were well attended.
A Good Violin and Case.
Inquire at this oflicc.
rour roomel apartment over
ine priming ouice. iie len our trimmed thi9 week
ars per month. Water and electric
light connections are mad.
the table of the W. M. and as
fellow members and guests en
joyed its flavor they joined in
wishing the W. M. many hatpy
returns of the day.
The trees on I he Victor Peter
son lot on second street were
BANK OF IONE
ESTABLISHED IN 1903 .
Conservative enough for safety
Progressive enough tor service
Strong enough for any storm
The Legion Theatre has the
following pictures contracted for
for, and will show trem in th
order named. This is the very
befit list of pictures that was ever
brought to lone and are worthy
of your support;
Jan. 1G, Forty Winks
, , 23, Story without a name
The old store building opposite
the meat market on main street
has been fitted up for religious
services, and was used for first
time Thursday evening.
John Montgomery ard his bro
ther Alex were in lone this week
on business connected with the
Pacific States Joint Stock Land
Bank of w ich John is V. Pres.
and Alex an appraiser.
Good WorK and Reasonable Prices s
We nndorstsnr' that the Char
lestun is taboo at the local darce
A car bad of hay was shiped
out of lone this week. Judging
from BPDtaranee of the stacks
The Border Ltgionlin the val'ey more hay has b f n
, , 20, The goose hangs bighj
, , 27, Wunder of the waste-i
Mar. G, Code of the west
, , 13, The devils ca-go
, , 20, The air mail
, , 27, The Charmer
Apr. 3, . Advcnturej
, , 10, Old homo week
, , 17, The top of the world
, . 21, Welcome Home
May 1, The night club
,, 8. Arc parents people
, , 15, Oaths to paradise
, , 22, Light of wester stars
, , 20, The shock Punch
Cut this out and keep it for
future reference. We will only
raise prices when the price of
program compels us to. Dont
miss a singlo numberof (his con-
ract. American Legion
baled and shipped this season
On? 3J inch wagon with hund
red bushel wheat rack. Good
lnhnne. Price. $90. 00
W. E. Tompkins,
Banker in Embryo
A veteran whlta wing took Ms boy
to the preitlik-nt of a I urge bnnk and
mild: "I wont you to itart my boy In
tne bunking biiRlnoita, flrat at in office
boy, next aa iiiRBtnRer and en up the
Imlilrr aa bookkeeper, teller, cashier,
mid ao on, up to president."
The executive, not very much Ira
preaacd with the lnd, ananrered:
"Thnt'a a good Idea, but why not atart
him In your own line, flrat aa a aweep
er, then driver, foreman, anperlntend
cnt and on to atreet commlBalonert"
"Well," replied the old ninn, "I'd
thought of that, but, you ace, the boy's
not right bright,"
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