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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1926)
THE 10NE INDEPENDENT
Published Every Fdday by,
J. V. HEAD, Editor Publisher
One year $1.50
Six months ."JB
Three months 60
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t lie pcNtofrirp at lime Oregon, wider
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Friday, May 14,1926
A WBA'OX that comes down as light
As falls tin snowflakt on the soil;
But txecutts a frit man a will
Aa lightning Juts the will ot HOD.
Last Friday the first four grades
ha 1 a picnic.
The Minor children invited us
to their home.
We had our picnic on their love
ly lawn and our parents took us
down in car.
They fixed good things for us
to eat t:o.
We'atc like pigs , and before
we were through, things did not
taste so good.
We had a great play all dry
and wish for another good time
WARREN'S ADDRESS TO THE
Stand! the ground' your own my braves!
Will ye give it up to slaves?
Will ye look for greener grave?
Hope ye mcrcv still?
What's the metcy despots feel?
Hear it in that baule peal!
Read it in yon bristling steel!
Ask it, ye v. ho will
Fearye foes who kill for hire?
Will ye to your homes retire?
Look behind you! their afire!
And, before j o'i, see
Who have done iti Fom the vale
On they come! And will ve quail?
Leaden rain and iron hfail
Let their welcome be!
In the God of battles trust!
Die we may, and die wemust;
But, 0. where can dust to dust
Be consigned so well,
As where heaven its dews shall shed
On the martyred prtriots bed,
And the rocks shall raise their head.
Of their deed to tell!
IONE HIGH SCHOOL
Friday, May 14, 1926 8:00 P.M.
March . Gladys Lundell
Invocation Rev. W.W. Head
Selection Mr. Brown's Orchestra
Class Poem Marvel Akers
Class History LuciU Bristow
Class Prophecy Mary Fletcher
Class Will Floyd Grabill
Solo Roy L.Skeen
Valedictory Elva Balsiger
Address James T. Matthews
Presentation of Diplomas George Ritchie
Lucile Bristow M;.ry Fletcher
Marvel Akers Elva Balsiger
IS COLEMAN RIGHT?
BIBLE READING FOR
He hathshewed thee, 0 man,
what is good; and what doth
the Lord require of thee, but to
do justly, and to love mercy and
to walk humbly with thy God.
The Lord is good, a stronghold
in the dav of trouble; and he
knoweth them that trust in HIM
Nahum 1 : 7
Behold, his soul is not upright
in him:bjt the juat shall live by
his faith. Habaekkuk 2:4.
Sing, 0 daughter of Zior; shout
0 Israel; bo glad and rejoice with
all the heart, O daughter of Je
rusalem. Zeph, 3:14
And many nations shall be
joined to the Lord in that day,
and shall be my people: and I will
dwell in tee rr'dst f t! r. and
thru i halt l...o.v vat me Lord of
lioets hat snt re ir to thee,
Zech. 2: 11
And I willbring them, and they
ihatl d veil in the mids of Jertsa
'em; and they sholl be my people,
ind I will be their Cod, in truth
and in righteousness.
Rejoice greatly. O daughter of
Zion;8hout O daughter of Jeru
salem; beholn.thy KING cometh
unto thee; r eia just and having
salvation; lowly and riding upon
an ass, and uuon a colt, the foal
of an ass. Zech. 9:9
Then they tha t feared the Lord
spake often on to anothcr;and
the Lord hearkened, and heard
it, and a book of remembrance
was written bfore him for them
that feared the Lord, and that
thought upon his name.
The great day of the Lord is
near, is near, it is near, and hast
eth greatly, even tne voice of the
day of the Lord: the mighty man
shall cry there bitterly.
Zeph. 1 14
Point to Remember
Ke.jr Sut elertrle Hirht flTturw
with a damp cloth. It I very d.mger
ont, PIANO MUST BE SOLD
Will sacrifice high-grade piano
in storage near here for immedi
ate sale. Will give easy terms to
established home. For full partic
lars and where it may be seen, ad
drtss Portland MusicCo., 227 Cth
Street, Portland, Oregon.
Notes ol Interest to All
Larue audiences were InaUeru)
on the special services at the
Congregationa church luat Sun
day morning and evening.
We are to havn feast for the
mind this week on the occasion
of tho presentation oi diplomas
to tha class of '20. 1. II. S.
The banquet will be provided
hv Pofessor Mathews of Willum
ette University. The programme
in fullappears in another column.
There will be no service at the
Christian church as announced
last week, the appointment hav
ing been cancelled on account of
the highechool commencement
The Dorcas Society gave their
regular monthly Silver Tea this
Friday afternoon. At the next
meeting of nhe Missionary Socie
ty, the topic for consideration will
be the Schaufler Training School,
After the regular Sunday school
session, a go. idly number of Mor
zan folk adjourned the lawn of
the Ellis Minor farmstead and
celebrated Mother's Diy. There
were present from lone, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. O Conr.or, Mrs. II.
Stange and daughters, and Pastor
Ileal of the Cong, church.
All evening services at the
Congregational church are now
one half hour later tha formerly.
Appalling Watte of Wood
From tho tlmi th tivp In inrnw
Intn plniiki mill npplU't In construe
tlnti, nearly C' xr cent of Iti wood
fcni bwn wuatcd.
Rev. W. W. HEAD, Pastor
11:00 A. M. and 8:00 P. M
Everything in the line of
hardware. If we liavn't
got it we can get it
IONE HAPvNESS SHOP I
C. A. BECK. Proprietor
Drop In and oo over my
Line of Worh Shoes.
1 have a tfood stocK of Gloves and
Repairing at Reasonable Prices.
T. E. Peterson. Prop.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
FRESH and CURED MEATS
Your Patronage Solicited.
Wed., 7:30 t9t
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Prayer Meeting Thurs. Evening
10:00 A. M. and 8:00 P M.
FIRST BAPTIST CHUttCH
Sunday School at 1C.00 A.M
Junior Endeavor at5.39 P.M.
Prayer meeting Thurs. 7.30 P.M
A Good Time
for the Inde
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Specialist in Bobs.
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LOCUST CIIAtTKIt No. lilt. O. E.
MihM the nit-riml inn! fourth Tucm-
ilny of ewh month. W.M.Mtm. ( Iri
llowk; Sec. Mm. It ii th Miimoii.
Many college graduates will take exception to the advice given
Vancouver Kiwanians Thursday by Norman F. Coleman, presi
dent of Reed College of Portland, that tkey refuse their sons and
daughters a col'fie education.
A survey of positions held by college graduates thronghout
the United States compared with high positions held by those
without a College education, wouldbe interesting and perhaps in
structive to those inclined to take theftatements of Presidnt Cole
man too seriously. Ettst Orgonian.
IOXK l.OIXJK No. 1.15. 1. O. O.F
MwIh every Katunlny evening. N.
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liutlker, Hoc. Karle A. Urown; Tread
E. J. IJrlHtow.
UUNCnoitAKS liLBKKAII No. PI.
I. O. O. V. Meet the flrt ami third
Thursday oft'iu h inotith.N.O. Dila,
Howell; V. (I. Vhli llcllkcr
Sec. Venlii JUtchle: TreuH. IJtta Drln
A. D. MCMURDO, H. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office In Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
WOODSON & SWEEK
First National Bank Building
When You Visit Heppner
Eat at the
Good Meals Best of Service
Dr. A. H. Johnston
IMIYSICIAN & SURGEON
HEPPNER - -
Under New Management
Refurnished and Strictly Up to Date. Commer
cial Table First Class. A home away from
home, with best meals in Central Oregon. ,
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WIND MILLS. WINONA WAGONS.
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SEE ME BEFORE THE FIRE
H. C. WOOD
REAL ESTATE &
F. H. Robinson
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Will practice In all the Courts
Miss Zena Westfall, Graduate
A, II. Johnston M. D.,
Physician In charge.
Dr. F. E, Farrior
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