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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1926)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, Dec. 10, 1926
Football letters were awarded
last Monday morning by coach
Faanachtto twelvn football play
ers. Altera brief talk by Mr Fas
nacht those winning letters were
called to the front of the assembly
where they presented with a red
and white I, of the block type.
Thon receiving; letters were:
John Graves, Lowell Clark, Dave
Heal. Wavland Ritchie, Richard
Lundell. Arthur Pattys. Clair
Young. Frank Holub, Alfred Hal
sister, Frank Mason. Rood Ekle
berry, and George Ritchie.
The monthly meeting o' the
lone High School Student Body
war held Monday, December 6.
The financial report was read
by the secretary, showing a large
sum in the treasury at the close
of the football season. This was
due to the successful selling of
the season tickets and the large
crowds who attended the school
Over half of Mrs. Cochran's
has been absent from school at
different Intervals on account of
Mrs. Cochran gays a birthday
pirtv it the school house Mon
day afternoon In honor of Eliinor
Bollard's sixth birthday.
The third Bnd fourth grades
ire now studying the life of the
Alaskans. This was made more
Interesting because M:ss Phelps
received a box of AlaHkan fur
and hand work from her cousin,
who Is visiting In Alaska.
The school Is plannlrg a com
munity Chris! man tree again this
year, to lie given in the school
auditorium, Thursday night, Dec.
The program from the ersde
school is as follows: The Fairy
XmasTree, 1st and 2nd grades;
Mother Goose's Visit to Fanta
Clau9, 3rd and 4th, grades; Tie
Xmas Secret, the 5th and Cth
grades; Santa in the South Land,
7th and Stn grades. The high
achool will also contribute a few
numbers to the program.
What can be better than a good
eeleclive, clear toned rahioset
for a fitting Christmas gift for
For the Meal aet see th new
GREBE at I. R. Roblson's Garage.
CALIFORNIA Lids you
turn back the calendar
to summer and come play In
the warm sunshine. -
As an added Inducement the
Union Pacific now offers specie I
low round trip fares and axurea
you a marvelous journey on the
finest of fast trains. Connections
via Portland or Salt Lake City,.
MAKE YOUR. BESMVATIONt NOW
J. W. Hwok. Agent,
"Lexington Hi News"
The high school girls have
scheduled their first gamo with
the town women next Friday even
ing. The game will be played in
the high school gymnasium, at
eight o'clock. A good fight ia
promised because both teams are
rearing to go.
The Junior Girls Glee Club pre
sented the operetta "Cinderella"
last Friday evening, Mrs. John
ston, one of the high school teach
era played the accompaniment.
The leader, Miss Alexander and
her assistants, the g rade teachers,
are to be highly complimented
on the success of the operetta,
which ia the first of its kind to
given by the grade school this
year. Wilford Ward sang two se
lections between the first and
second acts, Ray Lucas recited
between the second and third
acta, and Grace Burchell sang be
tween the last acts.
A large crowd was out and were
The Ladies of the Christian
Church will hold their sale of
cooked food and fancy work at
Swanson's store, Saturday, Dee.
Foreign Imparts arriving dur.
the first eleven months of the
present year have amounted to
cargo tona as against
107.334 carj-o tone during the:hisranch Thursday and butchered
same period in 1925, represent
ing an increase ol 8,103 tons or
seven and a half per cent.
The total increase in foreign
exports duriug the eleven montha
period amounted to 80G,83fi cargo
tons or 110 oercent with a vulim
lir.n nf ti t fl!l.ri 'KW ir 1 18 nan ani
CARD of THANKS
To our totany friends and neigh
Dors or lone, Cecil, Mo-gan and
vicinity:. We wish to express our jnw Bt 7:30. Christian Endeavor
many thanks and appreciation of'ai6:30. BibleSchool at 10:00 A M.
their wonderful help after our
L. L Funk and Family.
Charlss Rlngllng, Circus Man, Dlta.
Sarasota, Ma. Charles Rlngllng.
circus man, financier and railroad
builder, dlrd at hl -borne her after
an Illness of severul week. Mr. King'
ling waa one of tit original seven
Rlngllng brother, who in list formed
musical organliation at Baraboo,
Wis., and started a tour which later
rssultsd In the pressnt Rlngllng Bros.-
Darn urn k Bailor circus.
latum Railroad Man Glvsn Raise.
new iora, n, i. irainmen, .con-r
ourtors, Dnggafrmen ana flagmen of
astern rullrosdi were granted a 74
per cent wags lucres by the arbi
tration board which bus boen hearing
both aides of the wage dispute. The
award affects employes on both pas
aenger and frelclit trains.
LISTEN IN WITH A ClLFIL-
The lateBtimprovments in these
Sts. One and two dial control.
See me for a trial or phone H. G.
Chevrolet Touring Car
for milk cows or heifers. Write
to R. B. Wilcox, Lezington, Ore.
or aee me at me rancn
midway between Lexington and
FRESH SWEET ORANGES
Freeh, swett oranges $3 perbox
of 300 large size. Boxes larger
than standard size. Sound fruit
and satisfaction guaranteed or
money bacK. We pay express
charges. A box of these makes
an appreciated Christmas gift,
Remit with orncr.
ACME ORANGE FARMS.
Miss Hazel Akers entertained
a few of her girl friends at her
home, Friday evening.
We see Harlan McCurdy is driv
ing around in a new Cht)sler se
Mrs, Kattie Peltys is vUting
her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Shan
Mrs. Louis Balsiger left Sun
day morning for Newberg to vis
it her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Black well
left lone laHt week for Cottage
Grove. Mrs. Black well ia going
to work there for Pyleand Grimes
former! of lone.
Mrs. M. Jordan returned home
Monday evening after a three
months absence. She has been
visiting some of her people at
Mrs. Thomes King has been
visiting relatives in lone. Her
mother, Mrs Hough, returned
E. A. Brown and wit and R.
L. Skeen and wife attended the
Portland Musicians concert at
Heppner, Tuesday evening.
Dr. Bruce of Portland, but for
marly of lone Is shaking hands
with friends and acquaintances
here this week.
Har an McCurdy went out to
five or aix porkers.
The Marshal arrested some
one for stealing one of Walt Eu-
banks, turkeys. The justiclmpos
ed a heavy penalty. Some of
the people present gat'e him the
tuikey, presented him with a
j . a i
gruDsiaae ano eeni mm
At the Christian Church.
preaching next Sundav even-
Prayer Meeting at 7:30, Thura
day evening. A cordial welcome
to you. E. L Wood, Minister.
Xmas Cards and Folders.
WILL SOON BE HERE
Useful Gifts Are Most
Look over my stock and you will find 1 1
something to please
the family and friends. j
Silk Hose, Rayon Underwear, Aprons
Jinum Utensils, Fancy Dishes, Fancy Staj
f tionery, etc.
No 700720 wins Mandolin-Guitar.j
Miss Matlie Wilson spent the ;
week-end at Morgan with rela
tives. Mildred Morgan spent
week end in lone visiting
Mr.' and Mrs. George Mahoney
were calling in lone, Monday.
Clark M. Smith and Rev. J. A.
Tiffany held services at Morgan
last week, closing Sunday. There
was a large attendance each even
Mr. Earl Morgan is driving a
Dodge automobile which he pur
The Oddfellows shingled the
hall, Monday. The Rebekahsserv
ed a hot lunch to the men.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bauren
felnd and Miss Wilson were the
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
H. 0. E'y. Sunday.
Miss Viola Parker spent the
week end with Ellen Ely.
With tha arrival of two ship
ments of linen machinery from
Belfast, Ireland, during: the past
month, preparations for the min
ufactureof linen goods in Ore
egon are progressing; rapidly.
Dr. Johnston reports arrivals
To Mr. and Mrs. Roy Campbell,
at Morrow Ueneral Hospital, on
Dec. 9. an 8 pound boy.
To Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McDan
iel, Dec. , at Hardman, a 71 lb,
To Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Klein,
Dec. 2. on Rock Creek, an 8 1 b
To Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Smith,
Dec. 1, cn Ilutter Creek, a 9 lb.
Beautiful, new line of station
ery at Bullard'8 Pharmacy.
The only' portable typewriter
that is a real success.
every member of
Silverware, Jewelry, Kodaks and Albums,
Waterman and Parker Pens, Stationery,
Perfume and Toilet Water. Also many oth
er useful gifts. We're
you what we have.
Larger and better assortment than ever be-
fore with prices within the reach of everyone.
LARGE ASSORTMENT a
THE GIFT STORE "
WHEN WE TAKE
A BIRD'S EYE VIEW-
Thliur nlwajs look different over a tar perspective. If wt
tnkealilnl'e eye view of life everrwlH-re, we appreciate bow
mull our disappointments und Inconvenlet cea really are and
how large la our good fortune.
To-day we of the I'nlted State n- enrk-d by the whole world.
We have more automobiles, moreelectrlclty. more telephone
more houw-hold luxuries, more haplneiw. thuo all the rest of the
world combined. TlieHivu ok loss; lielk-vea that the spirit (4
optlmlHiii lulONE and vklulty U entirely JUHtlflrd. Wt all have
lYimou for gratitude at this Thaukmrlvlug Time.
lone - -
We Wish You,
One ai.d All, A
You Will Find a Lot of Art
iclcs suitade for XMAS
BRISTOW & JOHNSON'S
always glad to show
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