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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 31, 1926)
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IONE, ORECON, FRIDAY, Dec. 31, 1926
' Crocket Sprowela and
buslck were visiting In
H. C. Wood now has the agency
for the MayTsg Warning machine
company, We tee he haa hired
Cleli Rea for delivery boy.
Elmer Peterson who la work
Injf with an insurance company
in Portland spent Christmas
with the Peterson family in lone.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Woods
and Mrs. T. E. Grablll of lone
and Mr. and Mrs. George Sperry
of Heppner motored to Arlington
.last Sunday, to attend the fun
era! of Uncle Billy Weathe-ford.
Mr. E. J. Bristow and family
motored to .Walla Walla Saturday
to visit with Walter S wen son
The Pacific Light. and Power
Company have sent their
appraisera to lone to check up
on the local power line.
Gene and Fern Fuglemen
motored to Arlington Christmas
Eve to meet their sister Zelma
who spent Christmas in lone.
She left for Portlond Sunday
and was accompanied by her
sinter, Ruby, as far as Arlington.
Oscar Cochran is spending a
few daya in Heppner.
Hazel Feldman departed Sun
day evening on the train for
Portland where she will resume
her studies in a business coilege.
Frank Engleman left for
Portland on the train aunday
night for a ten day business trip.
Harold Ahatt has gone to
Quinton to trap coyotes for a few
Perry Hartlemav who spnt
Christmas in Rock Creek with
his parents returned Friday
bringing his sister with him.
Walter and Clarence Linn left
on the train for Vernonia where,
they are working in the mill.
Clarence lett on Sunday and
Walter on Monday.
Arch Cochran returned to lone
Wednesday from Yakima where
he has been working for a few
months past. He brought with
him his mother, Mrs. J. II.
Cochran and bis son Bobby.
IONE MAN HASACCIDENT
Mr. A. lii. brown who waa on
lone, his way to visit relativia in
southern Oregon met with an
accident latt Friday morning on
the Columbia Rtver Highway
near Bridal Veil. Mr. Brown
who was at the wheel pulled over
to let a telephone pole go past.
As he pulled over to the side of
the road the car skidded in the
soft snow and collided with the
unfortunate telephone pole. Mr.
Brown's son, Winnie, is wearing
a black eye as a result of the
accident. The tar which was
not badly damaged was taken to
Portland for repair. As the
garages were rushed with busi
ness the car could not be attended
to immediately so Mr. Brown
and family returned-to lone on
the train and his brother, Orv'.l.
who was with him continued on
to southern uregon in the aame
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE STATE OF UREGON, FOR
Oscar Cochran and Calen Falk-
ner returned from Heppner
where they have been spending
their Christmas vscation.
Tom Grabili reports hia office
which was the scene of a high
wktter is in ship shape again
and is reaJy for business as soon
as school starts again.
Ray McCa'lister of Lexington
Judge Benge, A. M. Phelp.. Dr.
McMurdoo, and Mr. Adkina of
Heppner passed through lone
Wednesday afternoon enroute to
Pendleton where they will ride
, C W. McNamer of Heppner
was a business visitor in lone
T. E. Peterson, the lone but
cher, transacted business in
Mrs. Lore Ward and son Wilford
of Lexington and Miss Fay Ward
of Portland visited a few days
at the home of Frank Young this
Clair and Walton Young and
Wayne Cupper who haa been
visiting with them lelt for Port
land on the train Sunday night.
Bruce Grady formerly of lone
drove up from the Dalla last
To llnllli k Ktange, Defendant,
IN THE NAME OK THE HTATKOK
OltKUON: Yon are herelir rouulred
to npNnr mid miNwer the complaint
filed UKiiliiHt you III the nltov. enti
tled Mi-tlon on or before (lie 2th dny
of Jiiiiuury, IIL'7. Iielng more thnti S
werlm from the (lute of the flret pub-
Mention of till HummoiiN, And If you
full en to ntinw.ir, for wnnt thereof,
the Hiilntlrr will tnke Judgement ft-
KiiliiNt you for the mini oftia'i.HO
Ith liKentt thereou at the rule of
I per cent er mum in from Jnuuary
Int. IWl, and for the sum of IIK.22
with Interest thereon at the rate of
a lerint per iinntim from Keptem
her lt, lirjrt, nn I for the further mini
of f 57l, with Interent thereon at
the rite of 8 per cent kt auuum
from Meptemlier IS, 1H24, and the
huiii of I..YOQ attorney's feet, and
fur plnlutlffM roU and dletiume
in nta extended la till action.
And you nre hereby further notl
fled that the plaintiff line cnuited a
writ of attiu'hiiient to be luued on
the third dny of November, lltfl, In
the above entitled arlloti, and bat
caused the Hheriff of suld Countr
and Mate to attuch the following
described pernonal property, In-Ioiik-
log toyou, located In Morrow Conn
ty, Slate of Oregon, to wit: WL32
attached and gnrnlitlied In the hand
of Ward (Jraves, of lone, Morrow
County, Oregon, and one spotted
And by virtue of wild writ of at
tachment and the Judgement herln-
iift-er to be attained, the plaintiff,
w 111 i-nufte suld persoimt property to
be Mold by said Mherllf, lu the niiinuer
priwcrlied by In w, for the purpose of
(ttlxfj lug Its Judgement.
This Huiiiiiioii Is published pur
suant to the order of the honorable
(illK-rt W. W. I'helps. Judge of the
above cut It led Court, duly miiile and
entered ou tlieliilli dtiy of liereuiber,
ItC.'O, directing that the piibllrntloii
ile mncle mice u week for a period cf
six weeks consei-iitltely In the lone
ludetieudeiit, and the first publica
tion herein Is made pursuant to said
order on the 17th day of December.
V. II. Koblnson.
Attorney for the l'lnlntlff.
Post! Ifflre Address, lone, Oregon
lec. 17. 24, 31, Jan. 7, 14. 21, 2s.
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Time to smoke up . Wright's
Ham Pickle to go with it
Mrs. and Mr. Elmo Mcmillan,
who were married Thanksgiving,
arrived at lone last Sunday for
a few days visit with the brides
parents Mr.and Mrs. Emil
Swanson of lone. They are
planning on making their home
at Toledo. A party was given in
their honor at the Legion Hall on
Wednesday night. The evening
waa spent in dancing after which
every one enjoyed a delicious
supper tf cake sandwiches and
coffee. Those prese
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Swanson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Swanson.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warfield.
Edmund Bristow. -" - -Gene
What can be better than a good
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for a fitting Christmas gift for
For the ideal aet see the new
GREBE at I. R. Robison's Garage.
To our faithful old friends; Our
cherished new friends, and to those
whose friendship we strive to
deserve, we tender hearty greetings
and best wishes for a new year.
Ellen and Elvin Ely left for
Estacada Friday to spend Christ
H. E Cool and family and
A. C. Crowell and family spent
Christmas day with relatives at
Mrs. Bert Palmateer and chll
dren left Thursday for the valley
to visit for some time.
Mr. and Mra. F. Ely arrived
Friday to .pend a week with H,
0. Ely and family.
Mr. and Mra. George Mahony
were the dinner guests of Mr
and Mrs. Pat Medlock Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Herb. Hvnda of
Cecil were the dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Ely Sunday.
Mrs. Henry Streeter and Fam
ily left Saturdav for l amaa
Washington where they will
make their home.
Mr. and Mra. Fred Pettyjohn
and Mr. and Mrs. Fay Pettyjohn
were the dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Noah Pettyjohn on
Star Brand shoes at Bristow
and Johnson's. None better.
To Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Everson
Dec. 29 a son;mother and child
doing well. With careful nurs
inr Frank will be able to do the
chorea in a few days.
To Mr. and Mra. Ray Barnett
on December SO a baby girl.
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With this greeting goes a
I hearty "Thank You" for the f
I good will you have shown,
I and the favors you have
extended to me in the past
which I have sincerely
I want you to know
that as you travel the
unexplored road through
the New Year, I will
accompany you to the end
with my sincere wishes
for your happiness and