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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1927)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, May 6, 1927
IONE WINS FROM
Local Nine Take Second
Straight Came. Now In
Tie For Second Place.
lone defeated Condon on the
local diamond last Sunday, 4 to 3.
By that victory lone goea Into a
tie with Condon for aecond place
in the league atanding, With two
gamea won and two gamea lost.
The weather man waa very un
kind and the boya were forced to
play In another windatorm that
held up the game and made
"Kewpie" Clow, on the mound
for Condon, pitched a much
better game than at Condon,
allowing nine hite and striking
out eight men, Davis, lone
twirler, pitched hia usual good
game, letting the Condon aggre
gation down with three hita and
not an earned run. Poor support
in the pinches allowed the
apposing tram three runs. Two
of these were made In the sixth
Inning on four errors.
Ail of Ione'a rum were earned.
Three hita in a row In the second
cored two, A hit, a fielders
choice, and a two backer
produced another in the eighth
while three hita brought another
across in the ninth. .
lone goes to Heppner. Sunday
The latter team took first place
in the league by trouncing
Arlington 5 to 0.
The League atanding and
averages to date are as follows.
Condon AB 11 II K
Baker ss 2 0 0 l'
C. Fitzc 3 0 10
Lashm 4 10 0
Millerr ' 4 0 10
E. Aih 8 4 0 0 1
D. Ash2 4 10 0
Brown 1 4 10 0
Wilklnsl 3 0 0 0
Clowp 8 0 0 0
Wilmotsa 3 0 10
44 8 8 2
Heppner 3 1
lone 2 2
Condon 2 2
Arlington 1 3
The following la the batting
average of the lone boys to date:
AB H It Pet
Hartford ' 6 4 2 6G6
Davii 18 6 1 563
Cochran 13 4 2 308
Eubanka 13 4 1 308
Lundell 13 4 0 308
O. Keitman 16 6 1 376
Drake 13 3 1 231
W. Keitman 18 4 2 222
Bristow ' 17 3 3 180
Mauney 11 2 1 182
Fasnacht 7 11 141
Hillside TyptCombinc Haivcstcr
Paul G. Balslger, Agt, lone, Or,
lone AB II It E,
W. lUetman 3 4 0 0 1,
Fasnacht 2 4 110
O. Rietmanl 4 10 2
Davis p 4 2 0 1
Drake I 4 110
Kubanks m 4 110
Mauney as 3 10 1
Itristowc 3 1 1 1
Lundell r 2 0 0 0
Hartlord 110 0
23 9 4 6
NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMEKS
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for turning watr off ami on.
Printed ly nrdt-r of the Common
Counell of the City ol ioiie.re,
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Have you been
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LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
FOR THE WEEK
Mr. Phil Brady, formally of
one, but now living in 1'ortland
was shaking; hands with irienas
lone last Saturday evening,
e is ,now running a street car
i Portland and his wife is runn
ing small grocery atore.
Curtis Davia, the town team's
pitcher, returned on the stage
Saturday evening after a week's
isit with hia parents, at Salem.
Mrs. Millie Newton, who has
been visiting with relatives, left
Monday night, on the train for
Mrs. Ear) Brown and Mrs.
Alice McNabb returned, Sunday,
from Pasco, where they were
visiting friend and relatives.
Omar Rietmann had the mis
fortune to sprain hia ankle while
playing in the Condon-lone base
ball game, last Sunday.
Mrs. Tom Grabill and Mn. J no.
Cochran went over to Olex, laajt
Saturday, to visit with their aunt,
Mrs. Billy Weatherford. They
returned Wednesday evening.
Earl Cronk, formerly of lone,
waa killed in an elevator accident
at Meir and Frank'a store in Port
and, Tuesday, the third. He has
been engaged in inspecting eleva
tors in Portland for some time.
Clei Rhea went up to Heppner
last Sunday to begin woikona
Ed Uolmqiiist returned to lone
after 55 daya work for Garnet
Barrett at Sand Hollow. He left
Tuesday night for The Dalles.
Lewis Brown was down from
Heppner, Thursday, reading iLhtJUOJ gQDY MEETS
Mrs. Skeen, who has been vis
iting her ton Roy L. Skeen, left
Tuesday night for Kelso.
Mrs. Frank Engelman return
ed. Friday, from Heppner where
ahe has been for the last ten days?
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wood and
family left, for The Valley Friday
afternoon of this week.
Misa Elizabeth Phelps went to
Heppner, Friday night, to spend
Flowers for Graduation.
We take orders.
See Paul G. Balsiger for Holt,
Harris and Best harvester repairs
for the season.
BRIEF GENERAL NEWS
The French frsnc la now quoted at
1S.S7 to the dollar, the highest figure
The British mlnera have rejected
the government proposal tor ending
the coal strike, which has been In ef
fect 1 1 nee Her 1.
More then 20,000 mer ere said to
be In arm la various elates of Mexico
la a general rebellious movement
against the Calles regime.
The deficit of the Philadelphia
Seequlct-Dtennlal exposition when It
closes, December 1. will be about It,'
250,000. The deficit will be partly
financed through diversion of city
funds to settlement of the Besqul bills
American claimants of damages
from German because of war losses
to their property Vave renewed their
drive before the house ways and
means committee against proposal to
return approximately $400,000,000
worth of German property held by tee
alien property custodian until every
American claimant haa been satisfied
Officers Elected For
On Wednepday, May 4th, the
Student body of the lone high
achool held its annual meeting for
the purpose of elecfiug officers
for the coming year. After a
ahort yell practice, led by Fern
Engelman, the meeting was called
to order by the president George
The minutes of the previous
meeting were read by Secretary
and Treasurer Clair Young after
which the election of officers
took place. The following
officers were elected for the
President Alfred Bale iger
Vice President Fern Engelman
Secy, at Treas. Janet Carlton
Athletic Manager Richard
Yell Leader Gene Engelman.
One more meeting will de held
hia year for tbe purpose of
awarding letters to the boya who
played in athletics.
Hereaie a few of the picture
we have contracted for 1927.
April 23 Cohon'a & Kelly's
April 30 Up in Mabel's Room
May 7th. Last Frontier
May 14th. . Two Gun Man
Cut this out and keep it for
future reference. We will only
raise prices when the price of
program compels ua to. Dont
miss a single number of this con-
ract American Legion
PIANO FOR SALE
IN IONE VICINITY
Quality piano, a bargain Pay
$10. monthly. For particulars
address HcnJrick piano Broker
age Co. 121 South Madison St.
girls of this room in honor of the
boys who won the decision for
the best number on th program,
Fri., April 29.
During the past wecki a spell
ing contest among the grades
has been conducted. First list
were given to all the grade,
and then each grade selected two
representatives. These reprc.
sentatives spelled before a grade
assembly, Wed. Apr. 27. Valdyt
Woods, fourth grade was tha
The grades were therl judged
from a percentage . basis.
Figuring from a comparative
Continued On Page 4, Column 1
Referendum en Dry Law Is Asked
Washington, D. C. A resolution pro
..twins; a national referendum on pro
'i!Mtlin was Introduced In the bouse
Vfunday by Representative Galtivan.
Cheilitis Re-elect Mayor West
Ch-halls, Wash. Mayor West wrr
reelected by a vote of (It over his
opponent, rr. J. T. Coleman, who re
reived IM votes.
I. R. RCR1SO
These closing days of achool
are busy ones for all grades. Tbe
following gives a survey of some
of the coming activities.
Sat,, May 7, Junior-Stnior Picnic,
Sun., May 15, Baccalaureate Serv
ices, Christian Church, 11 a. M.,
conducted by Rev. W. W, Head
May 1617. Semester Exama.
Monday, May 16, Senior Class
Night,- Gym, 8:00 o'clock.
rhursday, May 19. Graduation
Exercises, Gym-8:00 p. M.
7th & 8th Grades
May 12-13, Gighth Grade Exam
May 13, Base Ball game with Lex
5th 4 9th Grades
Fri., May 6th. Assembly Program
May 12 - 13 - Physiology State
exams for 6th. grade.
3rd. & 4th. Grade
May 13th. - Picnic given by the
sum mrr kxcursiom raata
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