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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1927)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, Dec. 2, 1927
10NE HIGH SCHOOL
COMEDY WILL BE
Friday evenlntf, December the
ninth it eight o'clock, the lone
High School will present three
act comedy entitleJ "Hold that
Jimmy, a popular but bashful
college president, was to be oust,
ed from the preaidency. Both
Shirley Allen and a fighting foot
ball yell Inspire him to the fight
in point. Come to tee if he auc
ceeda in holding the position and
winning the lady 1
The caat of characters ia as
Jimmy Graham, the bashful, uti.
aggressive president of Crayton
College.. .. Hichard Lundell.
Jerry Travie, his aggressive and
most Intimate friend... ... Bob
Speed Connora, captain of the
football team ... Harold Kincaid.
Jasper Allen, president of the
achool board ... Kalph Mason.
Shirley Allen, abeiutiful nltcinf
Jasper Allen .. Arltta Farrena.
Margie Winston, the most ener
getic girl in the college .... Fe n
FIoshIs Summers, the laziest girl
In the college, . Mildred Smith.
Arabella Washington, cook for
the college .... Louise Miller.
Dr. E.E. Baird
Office in Fair Building.
- Open evening! or Sundays ty
Phone M. 1012 Heppner. Ore.
High School Play
Aplay entitled "Hold that Line
Jimmie" will be given by the
High School early in December
Don't miss It
The Ladies Aid of the Baptist
will conduct a sale of food and
fancy work, on the 10ih of Dec,
at Bristow Johnson's Store.
George Ritchie, who is a fresh
man atO. A. C. thia vesr, spent
the school holidays wflb h's par
enta la lone,
CALL FOR WARRANTS
All General Fund Warranta of
Morrow County, Oregon, regie
tered on or before June 30, 1927,
will be paid on presentation at
the office of the Co Jiity '1 ur
er, on or after Decembei 10. 19T7,
at which date interest ott aaid
warrants will cease.
Dated at Heppner, Oregon,
November 16th, 1C27.
Leon W. Brigga, Co. Trena,
" Mason, asked the professor
in the fre shman class, "what
three words are most used among
High School Students?"" I don't
know", said Dorr. "Correct" re
plied the professor.
Wertz, Geometry instructor:
" Give me a short defnition of a
polygon." Louise M.: A polygone
is a dead parrot"'
Do you agree? .
Girls' faults are few.
Boys have only two,
Everything they say
And everything they do.
Kenneth Smuuse: "How many
subjects are you carrying?"
Dun Head: "I'm carrying one
and dragging three."
Miss Vinson, L"nlisS teachei:
"Bob, ho many times have vou
Bt-b: "Oncet." Miss Vinson
" Gene, what should he have
aid?" Gene: "Twicet,"
Dec.9, lone High School
Jan. 13 Lecture
Dr. Clarke, of the Clarke Optl
cal Co.. 360A, Alder St., Port,
land, Ore. Eye Sight Specialist,
will, be in lone all all day and
evening Saturday Dec. 17. at the
lone Hotel. See him about your
FARM FOR SALE
Forty acres Govt, irrigated land
locsted at Boardman, rich soil, in
alfalfa; price, $4,500, terms if de-
Hired. E Calahan, Los Altos,
A gift every om in the family
A Kodak on the Christmas tree means year-a round
pleasure for your whole family.
Do your Christmas Kodak shopping now a com-
lcte stock and a thorough knowledge of the Eastman
ine are at your disposal here. ' -
Autotrophic Kodaks art $5 Up
Box Brownleifrom 12 up
Bullard'i Pharmacy , ,
1U KODAK STORE
When thinking of Christmas
gifts rm ember that our local mer
chants have anticipated your wants
and are ready to assist you in the
promotion of the Christmas spirit.
:: LoaJ. Wood, B. M. "
Accredited piano teacher.
The Balfour-Guthrie grain of
rice is located on Main street,
lone, just below the Telephone of
fice. Open every day and a!l
day. Phone No. 62. Louis
The Ladies' Aid of the Christ
Ian Church are giving a bazaar
and food sale, Dec. 17. Buy your
Xmas gifts from them.
Mammoth Bronze Turkeys.
Emma Anderson '
Somewhere on Second Street
or on the strtet leading from the
highway to the school building.
one silver, Wahl Eversharp pen.
cil. Finder please leave at the
Independent office and receive
Does Doubt Duty
Th weight of the rum Ie-rnilni
Booth Afrirnn mine la uml in pro
dure power by pulling rnhlv wound
round drum llitt drives a generator.
Ml. Bert Masonvisited relat
ives in Spokane over the ho'idays
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bergevin
apent Thankcgiving in Baker.
From there Mrs. Bergevin went
went to Seattle foi a week's stay.
P. G. Ualsiger is exhibiiinn
a new washing machine at his
implement store. The tub is of
aluminum, a wringer ia attached
and tbe machine is equiped lor
either electric drive.
Mrs. Walter Cochran spent the
holidays with her mother at EI
Mrs. Ruth Mason made a dons
lion of books to the State Travel
ing library this week. The list it
The New 1928
a at Aowm t1L
"DACK UP the family and
old kit bag; go to sunny
California for a few weeks,
months or for the winter.
Viait movicland, orange grove,
tht oU Ac kit, beach retort, big
(Hie. Golf counca galorel
FtlMfut Union Pacific trains ord
coaaactiona via Portland or Salt
MAa.i Totm avcsaavATioNS Mow
J.W.IIowke A(t'nt J
lime, Oregon HjaV
Drum Type Control
Walter R. Corley
3 I R. ROBISON
.... . . . .
H y I V hat would bt o
0 nicer Chrsitmaf P
Jt tan one of tl.os?
Iclcar natural toned . m
(jjCrcbe radio sets.p
Wishing you A
MERRY CHRISTMAS anb a
HAPPY NEW YEAR, WE ARE
At your service all the round
Bristow & Johnson
cnieny riciion ny standard au
Mr. A. L. Douglas is in a Port
Ian 4, hospital where he went to
undergo a lurgical operation..
See Dr. Clarke, Eye Sijfht
Tom Davidson who ia teaching
8cho.il at Madra. spent Thanks
Kiving with his Fatlier in lone.
D'. E. E. Baird, formerly of
Portland, has opened a well ap
pointed dental office in the fair
building, Heppner. Tbeofliceis
on the ground floor, just around
he corner trom the post office.
Dr. Baird' s office is fitted with
the best modern equipment and
he Is prepared to care for all d.-nt
Dr. Clarke in lone Saturday,
Members of the Masonic Lodge
were invited to attend a banquet
4erved Tuesday evening, nov. 29
in honor of the birth lay aniver-1
sary of Brother Willard Blake tt
his home ten miles weet of lone'
A 1 irge delegation were present
to partake of the elaborate feast.
It wai a complete aurprise'to Mr.
Blake when the Brethren march
ed in on him. Willard Blake is a
Past Master and also a life mem
her of theorganization.
Uay Blake, a son, memler of
the lodge at Grass Vtlley jour
neyed from that city to be pres
ent for the occasion. He was ac
companied by his wife.
The party broke up af high twelve
Note the change in Ray Kobi
Mr. and Mrs. Sperry and fam
ily of lorie spent the holidays in
Visit Ione's Toy Land at Bul
La&t week four auto loads of
local members of the Masonic
Lodge jcjrneyed to Umatilla and
exemplified some dRree work.
Dt legations from four other Mg
es were in attendance al the
rctz rntiDiMc ii a nincTcn lb!
NOW IS THE TIME
I to get your order in if you want your
machine on time for next year. ;
If interested in a machine that will save your crops
and put the grain in the sack,
99 t SALE
150 Pieces of
Dishpans,s Water Pails, Roasters
Percolators, Double Boilers, Convex
Kettles, Sauce Pans, Pitchers, Milk
Cans, Mutiin Pans.
50 other Aluminum Utensils priced
at 10 ct. up to $5. Just the thing for
j& lone Oregon