Image provided by: Morrow County Museum; Heppner, OR
About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 28, 1927)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, Jan. 28, 1927
L'tit Friday night the lone
High School boy i basket ball
team encountered to local teams.
The first game was between
the grammar school ami second
high achool teams, although the
latter won, the Grammar school
team showed butter team work
but had hard luck at shooting
baaketi. The final score was 5-2.
The second uama whs the town
team and the Iliuh School first
team. It was fast and Interestinif
the final score being 22 -21 In
the high school's favor.
The lineup for the gurnet was
G. S. ,
L. F.E. Hummel
K. F. I. Ritchie
F. G. W. Akers.
C. C. McCabe
The Freshman c!as felt rather
"pulfed uo" whnitlell tothem
to judge the beet "Senior" theme
to be printed this week. The fol
lowlr theme by Dave Head re
deived first place.
It Shall Be Done.
Billy Logan laid snide his mag
azine and sighed, " If every !oy
had as much p-p as the hero in
this aiory we would all be win
ners. He had been reading a ulir
ring story called " The Go Get
ter", by Peter U. Kyne, in which
the hero bad for a mode, ".t
Shall Be Done". Biilv hut a big
fight comming just three weiks
away that he was none too sure
about, but he had a strong will
and im nediatly sot about train.
Ing for the battle. The night for
the smoker arrived, and of course
Billy was there in his war paint.
After S'me fart preliminaries
nd good wrestling, the fatal
bout was anuounced. Buly heard
the announcer say, "In this cor
Kodak Saves the Fun
Amusing to watch the youngsters at
play in the snow fascinating to see
Kodak pictures of the fun now and
years from now.
It's an easy matter to let Kodak save
the fun. We'll be glad to show you if
you'll stop at our score. The latest
models are always in stock here.
'. Kodaks are as low as $5
" V: Bullard's .Pharmacy
The Kodak Store
ner you see Billy Logan, 1401b."
Bily rose, bowed, and 'quletlj
took his seat again.
Presently h( was summoned
to the center of the ring by the
referee and, after being formally
introduced to his opponent, he
returned to his corner. The bell
rang and the fight was on. Dur
ing the first round it was nip
in favor of either so evenly were
they matched. In the second
round, the former give and take
battle changed to a more scientif
ic game. Billy's enemy was clev
er without a doubt. About th
time Billy began to reslize this.
he received a stunning blow over
the eye which aent him to the
mat. The referee counted . . . 1,
2, 3. Billy tried to rise but was
unable. The referee continued
counting 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and had
started to ray 9 vhen, luckily
for Bill, the bell rang. IU was
safe for that round. Somehow he
got batk to his corner. His sec
onds worked frantically over him.
After his rest, he felt much re
lieved and on hearing the bell ad
vanced toward his opponent. Still
unsteady from the unlucky blow,
hewentinto itandagain hiBenemy
luid him down hut not to sleep.
The story flashed through his
mind and bIho the famous motto;
"It Shall Be Done".
Billy rose and with much do
termination, advanced toward his
opponent. When abcut three feet
from him he made a flying leiip
bringing the upper cut that had
made him famous, catching hit
opponent a trim blow on the chin.
This time his enemy took the
the count and the belt didn't
save him As the crowd came
crowding into the ring to con
gratulate Bil'y on his success, he
could not help chuckling, " It
Shall lft Done".
AT THE CHRIS1TAN CHURCH
Bible School 10:00 a, m., Christian
Endeavor, 6:30. preaching 7:30 p
m. You are welcome. ,
E. L. Wood, Minister.
(John Cohran is at home again
after a two or three months trap
ping trip. He was up near Gran
ite, working for the government.
TheBbow and dance were call
ed off, Saturnay, because of the
snow and cold weather.
Mr, and Mrs.-M. E. Cotter
made a business trip to Heppner
The high school students gave
a farewell party at the rink, Mon
day evening in honor of Dorris
Gunzel, who intends to leave
lone in a short time.
Mrs. Earl Blake is substituting
in the Post Office this week dur
ing the absence of our Postmis
tress, Ruby Roberts.
Ed Weatherall left on the local,
Tuesday, for Portland. Mr. Weath
erall has lived in lone for the
pant thirteen or fourteen years
and for the last six years has
been employed at the Independ
Mrs. Ruby Roberts left on the
train Tuesday for Seattle, where
she intends to spend a few days
with her husband.
Fied Nickleson was a Heppner
business caller, Monday. .
Mrs. Earl Brown motored to
Heppner a couple of times this
Edison and Ina Morgan went
to H-ppner Wednesday and Thurs
day to see their parents who are
W. P. Mahoney and Walter
Muore of Heppier were in lone,
Thursday . .
Mrs. L. M. Demp.sey and chil
dren arrived in lone, Saturday.
Thev have taken apartments
at the Harris budding.
Jack Hynd of Cecil was an lone
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Donovan
moved into the Harris apartments
Mrs Elmer Ball returned home
Friday after a short stay in Hepp
ner, bringinging a new baby boy
Mr. and Mr. Hat bison, Ward
Graves, Arch Cochran, Mrs. A
fred Nelson, Cole Smith, Mrs.
John Fareis, and E. J. Bristow
were among the Ion ilea, in Hepp
Job of ploughing a section of
and. For terms write to A. B.
Fletcher, Heppner, Oregon.
Beautiful, new line of station
ery at BULLARO'a PHARMACY.
Miss Frances Jones has been
absent from school for a week
with chicken pox.
There ha& been quite bit of
sickness around Morgan recently.
Mr. and Mrs. McCormiek's bn
by is recovering from pneumonia
at the Jordan hospital, lone.
Ellen Ely spent Thursday night
with Gladys Medlock.
Elder Martin visited Mr. and
Mrs. . A. Troedson, Thursday
Mr. W. F. Palmateer visited
his daughter, Mrs. Mallie Mor
gan, of Broad Acres, Monday.
Look out for the second punc
lure at Morgan!!!
Lee and Paul Pettyjohn return
ed to school, Monday.
Here ate a few ol the pictures
we have contracted for 1927.
Jan. 29th. Flaming Frontier.
Feb. 5th. Tracked in the Snow.
Feb. 12th.-Chipof the flyingU
Feb. 19th. - Non Stop Flight.
Feb. 2Ctb. - Find jour man.
Cut this out and keep it for
future reference. We' will only'
raise prhes when the price of
program compels us to. Dont
miis a single number of this con
ract. American Legion
for Oregcn whose beanty is
- grand." '
for roses, the finest in the.
for education the best
roads alt the year';hat we will have some interest
0 for our orchards, jou needoon.
not ask why. I
for navigation with the Pae-j
ific near by.
Time to smoke np . Wright's
Ham Pickle lo go with it.
We were very glad to lern that;
Mr. M. R. Morgan, who had !
delicate oppeatbn performed onJ
bis injured eye performed at the f
Heipner Hospital, early this week
islmpioving tapiulv and will be t
at home in a few days. ,
Mrs. M. C. Cotter was an outjj
going passenger on the stage Fri t
Mrs. M. R. Morran returned!
to her home from Heppner.
Mr. FaBnacht: "George can
you tell us thediference between
amon'a and pneumonia?"
George Ritchie: "Sure, one comes
:n bottlesandtheother inchests."
Mrs. Patterson: "Gene, compare
Gene Engelman: "Holy, mixed,
Mr. Skeen: "Frank, what is the
meaning of budget?"
Frank Mason: "The meaning of
a budget is that if you cannot
move a thing you can't budget."
Mrs. Patterson: "What marx is
placed after a sentence that asks
Harry Peterson: "An irrigation
The third and fourth grades
are trying for perfect attendance
bis week. They want no absence
r lardy marks on their cards this
Stuart Rankin and Betty Berge
men are absent from the first
and second grade room this week.
Edris Ritchie is the only one
ibsent from the fifth end sixth
tjrade room this week.
The seventh and eighth grades
took stateexaminationslast week.
The game with Condon, Jan.
JS, promises to be on interesting
)ne, as both Condon and lone
ha vi-defeated Heppner, the teams
w ill probably beevenly n a ched.
The return game of Heppner
will be played on the local floor,
Feb. On FeD. 11, the return game
Aith Lexincton wiil be Dlaved on
their iloor. The Jocal boys are
(looking forward tomore victories.
The Senior English Class be
inn the ituJy of poetry this week
We are sure the Seniors will de--'elope
some admirable poets and
ing to put in our tcnooi notes
Miss Phelps had charge of the
Professional Teachers Meeting,
jfor Jan. 23. her topic being.
"Tests, standard and mental ,
Miss Phelps developed her topic
thoroughly, introducing many
types of tests.
shoes at Bristow
iknd Johnson's. None better.
Now is the time to put your
lanimals and fowls in condition
for spring activity, by feeding
HDr. Hcfs' Stock Tonic,
It Pnnlh v Pan - a
Hess Dip and Disinfectant
Hess Roup Tablets,
Hess Healing Powder.
Every package apsolutely guaranteed to!
$ satisfy or your get your money back.
; Dr. Mellenthin
)u Intermit Medicine for the
pant twelve years
Wilt be in the Dalles on Sat
urday Feb, 12, at, the Dalles
Oftice Hours, 10.00 A. M
to 4:00 P.M.
ONE DAY ONLY
No Charge for Consultation
Dr. M"!Mliln Im a n gulnr gradu
ate lu medicine and mirgery aud la
Hc-fiHod hf the state of Oregon. He
dot not operate for chronic appeo
illcltK gull stones, ulcer of stom
ach, toljflla or udenolda.
He Iiiim to hla credit wonderful re
sult lu disease of the atoiuuch. live '
bowels, l odd, akin, nerve, heart
kidney, bladder, IkmI wetting, eat
in rli, weak lungs, rheumatism, dat
ed, leg ulcers und rectal ailment,
lielow are the name of a few of
hi many satisfied patient lu Ore
gun. Mr. I,. L. I'ctt. Moro, heart trou
ble. Mr. K, r". H tiger, daughter Marie,
iViJton, tonhlUaad adenoid.
Mr, li. C. Mutiny, Hlllsboro, ulcer
oft lie leg.
Mr. Net? Peterson, Skaiuokawa,
GruverC. CcUlliler, Coqultle, Ore.,
colitU nun ulcer of stomach.
Mm. I'url Johnson, Marshfleld, ear
J. W. Turner, ltalk.it, stomach
J.. A Jtusavll, Klnmn'h Kalis, an-
IU iin inUr the above tlute, that
eonsulliiiii w III lie free aud that hi
treatment U dilfcrvut.
Marled women must te accompan
ied by their hiiHliHlid.
Address: 211 Bradbury lildg., Loa
HAND POWt R WELL BORER
500 Steel Handpower Stumpullers
30 each; Horsepower, $75; Auto
matic Gates; Hand Well Borers;
The Ducrest Mfg. Co.
Ill, Third Ave., Rtnton, Wash.
- ce - a.