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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1926)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUG. 27, 1926
Friday erenlrg of last week,
friends of Mr. and Mn. W. C.
Koberts gave party In their
honor at Legion hall. They ware
first taken for a short sigh see
ing trip about the city at the end
of which they stopped at the hall
where a company of a hundred
or more awaited their coming.
A two act comedy entitled "Se
lectin a Husband" was the first
number on the program. Part one
was an illustration of the old ad
age, " The course of true love
never did run smooth, and part
two. the wedding.
Earl Blake acted as mlnisler,
Ruth Swanson was bride and Carl
Linn groom. Gladys Lundell act
ed as bridesmaid, Norma Swan
sou ai flower girl Gene Engel
man as ring bear and Wendell
BaUiger was t: tin hearer. The
wedding song was aung by Fern
Dancing and games followed
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A BILL NYE STORY
James Whitcomb Riley and
Bill Nye used to go about the
country together lectureing.
Once when they were traveling
by train, Bill Nve, who was very
fond of playing jokes on his friend
happened to spy Mr. Riley's tick
et protruding from his coat pock
et. He reached over and removed
it without Riley's knowledge.
When the conductor entered
the car for fare, Bill Nye re
marked innocently:" Here come
the conductor. Get your ticket
Mr. Riley searched first in one
pocket, then another, bnt with no
success. At length he turned to
his friend and explained that he
had lost his ticket, and asked him
for a loan as he had spent all his
money in buying the ticket. But
Bill Nye professed to be bank.
The conductor was fast near
ing the Best, the situation was
becoming acute, when Bill Nye
innocently suggested a way out
I tell you what, Riley, he said,
"just crawl down under the seat
and I'll put my coat over you and
he'll never know you are there."
Riley was a small man and the
situation was deperste, the con
ductor almost on them. Hurried
ly, he followed Nye's suggestion.
When the conductor reached
their seat Bill Nye held out both
'.Two fares?" asked the con-
ductor In doubt
"Yes," solemnly answered the
wicked Bill Nve.'
"Two" said the train oficial.
looking around, who'a the other
With a mischievous twinkle in
his eye, Bill Nye bent over, lifted
the coat from his fried and said;
Its for my friend here, but he's
a little queer. He prefers to ride
under the seat"
- The Open Road.
The following list of picture?
are booked to show at the Legion
Hall, beginning Jun 12.
We have In this list a wide
rang of subjects and stars and
hope to please every one. We are
having a hard time to make end?
meet. bo. when in doubt whst
to do, go to the show.
August 28 Prairie Pirate.
Sept. 4 Ridin' Thunder.
11 Wedding Song.
18 Love Master.
" 25 Family Secrets.
Oct 2 Taming the West
" 9 Seven Days.
" 16 Frivolous Sal
23 Red Clay.
" 30 Hell's Highroad.
Nov. 6 Calgary Stampede.
" 13 Sundown.
. " 20 Simon the Jester.
" 27 Madam behave.
Dec 4 California Straight
" 11 Flowing Gold.
18 Three Fates East
" 25 The Road to Yester
Cut this out and keep it for
uture reference. We will only
raise prices when the price of
program compels us to, Dont
miss single number of this con
tact American Legion
Mr. Walton Young of Califor
ni was visiting with his brother
Frank Young ol lone this week
School begins in lone on Tues
day, September the 7th.
NOTHING BUT SPACt
friend What U jour aon Uklaf,
up Id collte this year!
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but par I
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hw gum racafully.
Chaff Bfor Dinner
"Walter, l'ra been thinking of yon
Evar alnca I st yon mj order."
PIANO MUST BE SOLD
Will sacrifice fine piano in stor
sge near here for immediate sale.
Will give easy terms to responsi
ble party. For full particulars and
where it may be aeen, address
Portland Music Company, 227
6th Street. Portland, Oregon.
Supt. A. Buckley, of the 0. W.
R. & N. Co., waa up the branch,
Thursday, looking over the groin
situation. He was accompanied
by Mr. East, of Mr. Herring's o'-
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Allan
Case, an eleven pound daughter,
Wednesday evening. Mother and
child are doing well. Dr. McMur
do was in attendance.
,' Mrs. Blanche Hummel has ar
rived and will be ready take up
her schoolroom duties on the 7ih
Mrs. C. A. Low suffered a part Pal
stroke of paralysis, Thursday,
but is resting easily.
Mr. C. A. Beck and family ex
pect leave lone for their new
home in Pilot Rock, next Tues
Mr. Lsxton McMurray has pur
chased the equipment of an up to
date shohop and will install it
in his bui ding on Main Street.
" Mr, Jackson hss purchased the
C. A. Beck, residence and lots on
Main Sueet and will take possess
ion on the first of September
Young Daniel Head came in,
Wednesday, from the Zmter ranch
where he has spent the summer,
and immediately uok his depmt
ure for Calhlamet where he will
enterkhighschooi in September.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roberts
spent Tuesday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Victo' Rietmnn and
on Wednesday went to Pendleton.
Famous Last Words
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PIANO BARGAIN LOCATED
Valuable high grade piano i be
iold at once. Cash or terms $10.
monthly. If interested in a real
piano bargain near you, write to
Cli ne Piano Company, 66 Front
St., Portland, Oregon,
CONCORD CRAPES! i
B'aikl'errits fcr sale at $1.75
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percraie. Shipments August anc
September. All orders cash.
J. S. Osborne, Box 63,
PIANO FOR SALE
High Grade New Piauo near
here. Must be Bold at once at a
iberal discount and on very lib.
eral terms to responsible party.
If interested, write to Bush &
Lane Piano Company, Portland.
See the Ptairie Pirate. Satur
day evening at Legion Hall Theater.
For coal or wood see Cole at the
A Aarotli cultural art FrofcuttGiutl acfcolcr
W Uw out.uuid.fuj duncttrMic of Ik
Trmmmig mi o6rrJ m.
22 dcfartmrnt ot lh College oi
Literature. Science arid the Art.
Architecture nd Allied Art
Business Administration Educa
tion Journalism Graduate Study
Law Medicine Music Physi
cal education Sociology. Social
Work Extension Division.
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