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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1926)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 211925
Many students receive letters
for patidpation in atheletics
On Monday, May the lOih; the
Student liuily of the local high
school hold a meeting for the pur
poHe of presenting the rewards
to the lettermen for playing foot
ball, basket ball.and ba hall
during the school year of l'J25 and
Short talks were made by John
Graves Alhelitic Manager ,
Dave Head 1 Foot ball Captain 1 -,
George Ritc!.L Basket ball Cap
tain Land lna Morgan (Jirls
BasketballCaptain , . These were
imnnv v umi y i - ---- - j
9,A..,aA Uun inui.ir-intr Ktiourh
made by coarh Adams. After
mBkimraahort ai.ech Sunt. K.
I. Qbm.n tirukcnti'it li'ttcri to the :
folio ving students.
C'lHir Young '
Huston lit y son
W.iy lun I Rilchie
George Hit th e
. Detna Ekleberry
R .o.l IWeleiry
Wuvland It ilcliic
l,oWel Clark '
GIRLS BASKET BALL
Think of this as your bank. Come in and
tell us how we can help you.
We know that pur success is dependent tip
on the prosperity of our customers upon you.
We are here to serve, to boost and to grow with
Make use of our facilities and service. We
sincerely offer .you our earnest co-operation.
THE LIVE BANK
YOUR CITY, U. S. A.
Ie .cores twice In the KZ Im J Z "
inning, Boardmun shows ye,ir a he wus liked by the mu- Arrlve U,''L
Locals a good game.
In one of the (he fastest name
ever played on the local giounds,
lone defeated Boardman by ir
score of 1 to 0. The game was,
played in 1 hr and 20 minutes.
The game was a pitchers battle
from the Htart with the lone pit
cher having a slight edge , allow
in only 4 linglestnd Btruk oui
12 men. Keough the Lopping tw
irler fur Roardmati allowed 5 hits
and atiuckout'J. the only scorch
of tile ftfJHlIU CUIUO ill the 4th Mil-
" a single by Warner Keitman
' llo;kit!8 un error and u
line p'..ii Ar.inlo:i on UfjUermlston
the lotal tiuwn is next Sua Jay
Tliiivsill l otlie ia.l game-hen ; V"
f,r to vm. the local p!ayit. Cointilla
p. ,...,. ,.,.! I! , if., 'Ai'imtiton
SUMMARY OF KLll'KNS
LIS 1' OF NOMIM.i'.S
C1TV O. HCES
U. S. Senator:
G. N. Bleak man..
City of lone
Head - - 10',
Mrs. Graee Linn m 4(J
QUINCY ADAMS MAKES
Victnr I,. A.lntrm. nur teacher
'mid couch, left for his home
.J'orest Grove. Friday after ln".
.. l tif .. -.. !
lents and held in esteem by the'
He has taken a portion &h tea
cher of science and head athletic
coach In the North Bend Ilih
School. North Uend has about)
200 students ho on account of
the higher salary it was impoxible
' t . I ! . . . . . I - . L -
mr mm to may nere next, year,
even though the school .board
tried to retain him.
Lust Sunday's RosultH,
I!".' 2 Boardrnan
Hcrmiston 7 Umatilla
iAnincton. 7 Echo !
II R lYt
IBii. - ttow
.1 12 :
Aneer Well Defined
If nnser iinxwl- freiit H gn -:ir
D5 OUI-', It t urn (i fury; If from n sni.ill
fjj cniik... It la peeiislmi'sii; ull'l ki It Is
,iiIii clilnr tenilile ur rlj:.uluu.
I Ji n-my Tuj lor.
( Franks 43
3S: Howell 13
If you want to grow weeds?
You can grow weeds without plow
ing, but if you wishjo raise wheat on
your plowing you must keep the weeds
down. THE CHENEY ROTARY
ROD WEEDER has stood the test
of time and is leading all others in
sales and satisfied owners.
WHY TRY AN EXPERIMENT?
If you need a weeder, see the new
xr TT-: -r u - - .
Rotary Rod Wizard.
NEW T8AH SCHEDULE
Oh S unlays No, 101) ot 11:45 P. ".I,
Other Davs N.12J at 11:25 P.M.
On Mondays No. 130 at 5:30 A.M.
Oilier Davs No. 110 at fjiHO A.M.
Eye Specialst in Town,
Dr. Clarke will be in lone ah
A..1 .....!.v 'Iiw.cw1iir Mat
jy, at the line Ho'el parlor,
g 'f ( ti,.ut your eyis. Hf
,-(.LM1i..r monthly visits t(
IIKir.c.i i.u.u. --
l,,e. All v-ork strictly guaranteed
Clarke Opical Co.
Merthanls Trmt Building.
Cor. Cih & WashinKton.
iSucccsdora to Clarke. Stra:n Co.
The Legion Theatre has the
I fo'lowi,; Picture, contracted for!
.,3l(ror, am wi. u.v. ,
This is the vers :
,lt,st i;,t of pictures that was ever
l.rou.httoloneand are worthy
f vn. r mmnort:
May 22. Light of Western Star?;
o' T! thoek I'urich'
I ...... . i i
preu it iui
future reference. We will only .'.!ay '11. Aflm. lee w.n ne lo ato
rmfeprieos when the trice of, ihc proceeds will be turned into
iJ a tr. n,-int .he Ribkha treasurey. An abun-
y . v..K . ..... - - ,
n.i-iH a Etngle n imber of this con
ti-MCt. American Lrgion
10XE REPRESENTED AT j
COLLEGE TOURNMENT j
0,e'Oii Auticultuial Coli-ge,
Corvallis May 21. i
NVan l'ageof lnevvill been
tend in Uk' di-snoiinted .-qme
reluy ratv iventof :! " Uih a-.
T.u:' ir.i'.n y teun am-t n O.
A. C, May '-. lt!',,s v
t.,tr-i.lnH i:t the jiti'.irrrv depart
ient eaeh r P'-o-At t''., trai".
itof'visaidth'S ,i.)H i'.irpo
the pVysicully tit college me
tive to thi-ir wurk in the roieive
Mrs. II. C. Vood, Valdys and
Hillio and Mrs, Stephen Irwin
took dinner with Mrs. John
Cochran and spent a very enjoy
iblu afternoon at the taoch.
K. R. Lundell and Eon Richard
Kd Bristow and Judce Robin&on
left Monday Tor a few days fish-
i 12 trip at Maupin. They were
lecompanied by George Ritchie
:oThe Dalles where he will bring
tiomc a new car.
Cecil ranchers are now starting
n haying. All boy s look for job.
Albert "lleil" Croisant arrived
n lone for whorl visit.
J. C. Tucker, wife and daugh
ter Esther was in lone for the
graduation exercise and remain--id
11 Wrig;4 and family arriv-
Jay9 vi,lt v,.ith thei-relatives.
. Cannon Ball after
c angmg t.me ts the C.ty 8 alarm
iCoek from now on.
The R- bkahs are giving ar.
- 'i ttt tainment at the schooihouse
,n f.nfl:n. Satnrdav evening
. - ... - O f. f-
):'.t supply of refreshmentd will
served at cost.
Two large s-igns huve been put
up nenr the City meat market.
i'hi signs hilp to beautify the
tu et and we hope' that more go
The telephone offics is now
r-.' living anew coat of ka'imine
.v!,:ch has improved the looks of
The local grove cr pari; has a
,vw occupant this week. He h;is
i t ig tent and takes up lots of
(.oal. His r.a:iie is unknown.
Wendell r.,iUj.or is construct
ing a new Ford Pug. It looks us
hough it wid be a high stepper
L'.h-n it if computed. But you
it. ver can tell.
Ti e lone booze lighters had a
.'. rv enjoyable tuna in ton last
Saturday night. It was also very
nL'a ant for the sleepers. Talk
a! out your stewtd prunes, there
t This is ih; question that
nter who examines merchandise with the expectation of
t Realizing that most people imke this the first consider-
t fttion when they go to buy,
slstcntly low - - - but never at the sacrifice of quality.
If you tiud any article b'onght at this store not as repre
sented bring it back and wc will make good our claims.
Try This Store
Senior class puts on good
Program. Big crowd enjoys
an interesting speech.
The lone High School Com
mencement, which was held May
1 1th. at 8:00 P. M.. proved to be
a grand sucess. The program we
nt off smoothly and the auidence
seemed well pleased.
The first numbe r on the prog
ram was a march played on the
piano by Glady s Lundell. Rev.
W. W. Head then gave U" e invo
cation which was followed by a
selection bv Mr. browns orches
tra. Marvel Akers, the class poet
gave her poem which wa3 clever
ly aranged and well taken. The
Class History hich was prepared
by Lucile Brisk) was the next
and proved to be very interesting.
The class prophecy which was
verv humorous was presented by
Mary Fletcher. One of the most
interesting features of the prog
ram was the Class will presented
by Floyd Grabill. Next on the
program was a solo sung by Supt.
11. L. Skeen. Elva Baisiger the
Valedictorian made a wonderful
srerh. The bdrees of the even-
intr was made by James 1. Matt
hews who mated the subject,
Opportunities" in a humorous
nue eloquent way. The last and
most interesting part of the
program was the presentaticn of
diploma? by George Ritchie.
We wish to thank the Senior
Cl.s of 1U2H for this wonderful
program and while we wish them
a successful future we feel a keen
repM that th y will not be with
us for ar-.otl.er season.
Mr. C W. Svanson, Ruth
Spnsn, anl Elmer Swanson
returned fiom South Bend,
whe-e they went to bring home
Mis. C. W. Snis n who has
h,.. n vi-iilrg there. Mrs. E. P.
Newton came with thtm for a
ft-w days vir-it with her mother.
Mis. Pettys of this city.
Mr. S.au?on retorts lots jt
rain at South Ben i but regres
that he could not biing bac't ay
Uert Mason and Ole Kincade
vent to Crooked River for a few
enters me mma ui evci y ve
w have priced our goods con-