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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1926)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, Dec. 17, 1926
SIXTH ANNUAL MEET
OF DIST. NO. 20.
Six Lodges Represented
President Dora Sexton
The sixth annual convention of
the Rebkahs ol DiHtrict Nr.. 20,
Comprising the lodKes of Morrow
County, met in tho Mttionic Hal,,
t lone, Saturday, December 11
at which time the following lodg
ci were represented: Mistletoe,
of Hardnian; Suiphlie, of Mor
Kin; Holly, of Lexington: Anchor'
of Board man; San Souci. of llepp
per; Hunchgras. of lone.
The ineelinir was opened at two
o'clock by the officers of lone
lodge. Alter the usual opening
cercmoni-a thi-y surrendered the
the chairs to the officers of the
Convention, cheirmanCiai a Howk
ot lone, vice chairman Alla'lWd
son of Morgan, secretary and
treasurer, Verda Ritchie of lone.
The regular business whs rar
rid out, during wtich President
Dora Sexton of the Ri'liclahs Ah
senibly of Oregon was introduced
The address of welcome was giv
en by Mrs. Vic a Ht-liker, Noble
Grand of Un& Lodge. Mrs. Alta
Troedson of Morgan Lolge re
I ponded in k very pleaHidg man
ner. Our PriblJent, Mia S -xton,
made many kind and helpful su
gentium and also many con ctions
durir g the af it moon and evening
sessions, which will be a wonder
ful help in the future Sister Fiye
gave an interesning talk on "Ob
jct of Convention." Brother
Frank Griffin' gave a splendid
talk on Why lam an Oddfe'low.
The various lodges made their
reports and txcmplified dif fetent
phast-s of the ritualielic woi k in
a very pleasing manner, w hich
ended the afternoon section.
The banquet was rerved at six
o'clock, after which the follow
ing program waseijoven by all
members and th many vimtors.
Whistling Solo Elizabeth Phelps,
Acc. by IUzj Pa t berg.
Play, "Twelve Old Maids."
Ladies of lane Lodge.
Russian Dance, Gya Ualaahneft.
Morgan and vicinity was visiled
by heavy snow storniB Sunday
The Morgan Rubtkahs attend
the Rehekah convention at lone,
Drane Engelman and Allan
Gordon were calling on Misa
Gladys Medloek, Sunday after
noon. Mr. and M-s, Herbert llynds
were calling lit the home of Mr.
and Mrs. II. 0. Ely, Sunday aft
The Morgan Rebekaha enter
tained the premdentof the Ore
gon Rebkah AsHtmbly, Mids Sex
ton, Friday night.
Mrs. Henry Streets and chil
dren are visiting Mrs. J. F. Hard
esty before leaving for their new
ho.ie at Camas. Waahington.
Mr. W. F. Pslrnateer left for
Portland Thursday. He will visit
there for a time.
After the program, the visitor
reiiied. The evenining session
was opened bv lone Lobge. Thin
hcing a special st-bsiun of the Oi
der, kfter the opening ceremonies
the officers their chairs to the
olficers of Sans Souci Lodge who
put on the degree work In a beau
tiful and impressive manner. In
fact the Heppner Rebekahs put
on the best work we have had
at any of our conveulions.
The chairs mere again surren
dered to the Convention officer
and the business of the conven
tian resumed. Sinter Lillian Turn
rr gave a talk on "Harmony
The full wing report were reao,
accepted: Resolutions, Memorial,
Thanks, qu-stion box and prest
report which wa to appear in
the local pnper.
Heppner in vited the con ventioi.
to meet with I hem next yearanti
the LviUtion was accepted.
The following are the conven
tion officers chi sen for the com
ing year: Chairman; Sister Olive
Frvetf Heppner; Vice Chairman,
Sister Cora Warner of Lexington;
Secretary and Tnasurer, Sistei
Verda Ritcnie of lone.
Following a splendid talk bj
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE STATE OF OREGON, FOR
To I lull Ifk HUnge, )i-(..iiliint,
IN TIIK NAMK OK THE NTATP.OK
OKI' (JON: Von nr licn-liy ri'qulri'd
hi aiM-nr and nimwertlie complaint
llt'il nKohiHt you In tin1 above i-ntl-
t Iril net Ion on or liW.ir the !(!Mh day
of .In tiintr.v. 1:7. Ih'Iiik more limn 6
wivlm from tin' ilutH of Hit- flrnt puli-
llcallon of tills Kuinmoim, ami II yon
fall mi to niiMW.ir, lor want tlicn of,
I lit' plaintiff will take ii(li'iii'iit a-
KiiliiHt you lor t tin mini of 11:12 00
wild lnicrvt tlH-reon nt tlm ratiol
H H'r I'fiit nT u ii t ti in from J miliary
Ui, Iff.1 1, and for tin- turn of f in Mi
nlili IniiTi-Nt tlii ri'on at tin-rule ol
U p"r ivnt H-r an mini from Scpli'in
ht Int. IllJfi. an 1 for the fiirthi-r mHii
of S I.17.M, with liili ri't tln-ri'on at
Ihi' rate of il ptr'tiMit pi-r annum
from S'litcnilxT PI, 1't.'4, and (lie
n in ol $.5 00 altoriii'y'M fer. anil
for llnliil Iff'H roxlK and ilUliuriw
in nm i'iM'inl.'(l la ihlH lu ll. in.
And you art-hiTi-liy furtlu-r notl
fli'd that the plaintiff him canwd a
(rrlt of alta'djiiK'Ht to lie IhhiiciI on
the third day of Nin fjinlitT, lil.'ll, In
Hie iiliuvo I'litlthd ncMon, and Iiiih
Wimed the Hhcrlff of mill County
and Hint to alt iu Ii the following
di m-rllii'il pi TMOiml properly, Ixdolig
Ing toy on, locati'il la Morrow (,'oun
I), Wait- ol Oregon, to wit: 1372.3;!
attiu hi'd and garnlxhed lit the IiiiikIm
of Ward Oravtn, of lone, Morrow
('oiinty, Ori'gon, and one uprated
cow, dejiorned. -
And by virtue of laid writ of ut
tfli hiiieiitand the Judgement IVrlii
;ifler to tin attained, the plaintiff,
M1ll ramie mild personal property to
loldbjr alil Wlierllf, In the uiaiiner
preeerlwd by law, for the purpone of
StUf; lug lt JnilKiine'it.
i 'I lik .SuiuiiioiiM U piiMiMhed pur
mini to the order of the honorable
(IllM-rt W. V. rhelpH, Jadge of the
above entitled t'oiirt, duly made anil
entered oil the l.'lth day of DeiemlM;r,
I , directing that the publication;
de made once u week for tt periou ot
U week conwi ulltely In the loin
Itiih pendent, and the flmt publlca
lion herein U made pumuunt to milt.
order ou the t'tli day ol iH-cemlier.
V. II. Itoblimon.
Attorney lor the !'lalnllff.
fui-tofflce Addrene. lone, Oregon
life. 17. 24, III. Jan -7. It. 21, 2S.
"In order that parents may kno
when tx expect the boys and girl
home from basketnaU practice w.
we wish to announce that the.
will be dismissed at 9 o'clock.
Suot. R L Skeen and Coacl e
Fasnacbt and Sperry.
President Dora Sexton, the cou
vent ion was closed by the lone
WHEN WE TAKE
A BIRD'S EYE VIF.W-
TIiIiik iilwayn look different over u far pi rcecllve. If we
taken bird' eye View of life everywhere, we appreciate how
milnll it r l li-ii ) t it t iii. ii t h and liu'onveniei cee nally lire nnd
how large Ih our good forlene.
Today we of till- fnltel Stale ar euvled by the whole world.
We h ive m .r. .1 itoni I'lile. nmrtfeletriolty, in ire l.'li'ph me
more liouneholil luxuries, ni'ire huplne, tlmu all Iti.- rent ot the
world romblneil. TheltANK ok Ion it believe that the eplrit (
optimum lull IN IC and vicinity I entirely Juxlifled. AVe all have
reiiHiiu for grntltii li at thl TUaukHlvlnn Time.
TWO DESPERATE MEN
BOYS OF MERTON
My room-mate' William Harri
sonGreen, (called Willy for short)
and I were out of jobs! This was
very bad for two boys who were
trying hard to work their wa7
through Merton Academy. It was
tnis way. We were both working
for Miller's Grocery and it went
bankrupt and left us both in the
hole. There was no other place
for us to get a job in Met ton be ;
cause that was the only store
there. We had tried to sell life-in-suiance.
bonds, hair tonic and
Bradley shoes, all with no sue
ces, for it seemed ever) one in
Merton had more life insurance
than he could carry and keep
paid up or needed none of the
jthf r articles.
We decieed we would try some
thing desperate because we must
nave money or leave Merton A-
We r?ceived leave of abscense
for four days to go home, but in
Uein we went to Ambuy, Indi
ana, and just as luck would have
t we saw the bank president put
i large wad of greenbacks in a
mall buckskin bag and start
talking alone at night down a
That night was so black that
oj could not see your hand be
ore your face, and so I says to
Villy: "Now's our chance."
iViliie agreed a'nd so we armeo
mrselves for the fray. I had an
id Colt navy that was so rusty
t wuuld'nt shoo.t and Willy hao
tagger like hunting knife.
It started to rain and Willy
van ted to go back but I argued
ciat this was all the better so we
Wm goon caught up a i t h out
nan and we proceeded to tell him
o"siick 'em up" which he did al
Willy gaid with gusto,-"Hand
).er that buckskin bag."
The man soon gave us the baz.
Th' n we told him to run for hit
ife, an i I waved the colt so long
in his face he fairly flew down tht
( Concluded on pgt 4, column 1 )
Rev. and Mrs. Paul Mortlmore
are the proud parents of a so?,
born to them on Tuesday, Dec .
seventh. ; ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bristow,
Mr. and Mrs, E. R. Lundell and
Mrs. Lana Padberg-' attended !
lodge at Morgan, Friday night.
Willitm Hays returned to Ion,
FriJay, after several weeks hunt
ing and trapping in th rroun-
tains with John Cochran.
Ernef t Heliker and E. H, Turn
er attended court at Heppner,
A large crowd from all over
the county were in lone Saturday
to attend the Rebekah Conven
tion of Dist. No. 20.
Arch Cochran motored to Yaki
Star Brand shoes at Brietow
and Johnson's. None better.
Miss Winnifred Bartlemay who
has been v:siting her brother
Perry A. Bartlemay, fos the paat
three weeks, returned to her home
on Rock Creek, Monday.
Carl Linn returned home Sun
day after a few weeks visit at
Elmer Griffith left Friday for
for Portland whence he returned
Sunday with bis wife and young
est dsogbter who have been no
der the care of a specialist for
the past month.
Judge Robinson and LaxtonMc
Mutray attended court at Hepp
John Louy'a have installed a
new radio at in their home- on
OrinGrabill motred to Arling
ton lhursday evening; to meet
nis nephew, Floyd Grabill, who
has been attending school at O.
What can be better than a good
selective, clear toned radio set
for a fitting Christmas gift for
For the ideal set see the new
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