The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19??, December 16, 1927, Image 1

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    NUMBER 29
VOLUME XVI
!CWE, ORE
UDAY. Dec. 10, 11)27
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BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
KeRUlar luiHk.'t. hull p.Bftiei!
btfKn this weet. 1-1 . ! j thire ii
no play practice. iu a.'. rfere. t tie
boys will bo ublo to intend ( rue
lieu more ii'yuluily.
The schedule of riiiiics in us
fol low :
Jim, (!, Umutillu ut lone
" 13, LexinKlon at Ionu
" 11, I on ut Hoarcrnmi
" 2Ct, Fossil at lone
Feb. 2, Cordim at lot e
" 11, lotto ut. Uxlnition ...
" 41, lone at lleppner
" 18. Hoardman ut lime
" 21. lone ut l osi. il
" 25. lone ut Condon
Came, to be arranged 1
Chfielriaj Deal Your Mail
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CHAUTAUQUA yciucuui.i:
Jitn. Ill l.-elnte
The New 1928
MMESTIC
"Sorbcr Built"
School Note's .
FOOTBALL IJiTTLUS
The hnv Athletic Clnb of lone
Uiwh ht;s dm I ed to I ave the
length of the fool bull lei tt(
rh'inRcd fiom ten Inchon to eltfht
Inches,
An amandmerit to the con r ii u
l iuu mml he made before the
chaime in the letter aizo ciin be
voted on by the student bidand
a noticu to that effect posted ten
days before the meeting. The no
J tio was panted Dec niber 5.
AUSKNTIiKS
The absentees for the week of
Ihc. 0 to ! Hre as follows:
Monday, Kona Fletcher day
Tuesday, Fern Knife I. Tun.
WtdtHH.lay, Ik-mice Farren.'.
Mildred Merman, Gladys Brash
iara and l,iiiie Miller.
Thursday. L'tnise Mil er and Glad
V3 lira.iliiciB.
Friday, Louise Miller.
s ri'Di-NT r.oi)Ylu:i:iiNC
Tne treasurers financial report
at the reu ar monthly meelit u
uf the lone HiKh for tha puht
month showed expenditures ol
trt D'J and $138 'JO cash on bund.
LOCAL ITEMS
C.IIADK SCHOOL K'JTUS
Vuljenn Clark mid Joan bipeB i
have been objent on utrount of i Mrt", Ii dene M'tore itrrivi-d In
colds, 'p'methU week fur a vmit wph
Winona Ritchie- wni a):et,t ! h f I a enis, Mr. and Mr. S. E.
form iieli'iol two days last week. ! j J,( -ore.
Mrs. Bullurl, Mi L?ad , idler) -rXtnss Cards. Cord. Tas un't
ind Mrn B'Vifevin have been S, aht. Ibtltard'a l'harm:ifv
vihitors of the piimary M-oiii lal'j fir Uli() y,uU 1! iW..f-i
The Chistrni1! p'ay to be yiven
Deeembfr22 by the first and if c
otid(irad0 is emitted "CiiHHU
nia? Kve In tie Fon at "
" IImzi I Frark returned' to slI.ooI
Ins v. ,-ek. Slie ha-1 I ten absent
nearly four week.
Maruarot 1,'ofs left "chord la "t
wek and went to Boise, Idaho
with her fjrai.d parent.
I.uey Montiiotneiy, from Idaho
ha reuisterer a a eixth jerader.
Mr. liutii Mutton vhi'ed the
hie plat.tdriK a holiday trip t o vi.-i-ii
witlt Mr. BilhiKer.s patent
pd'enis.
M.s. A'lt-e Kelbr was po in
" 4.',,r! nnnle. fine duV latit W( el:
I f '
! flip aed fa. I on the frozen
Kncin-t. Ii trti";: herr-i If o.niie t-e
vrely. I'o bonea were hioisen
aft'litis (.nnc-pau-d that the wid
n r c ivfi r fioin the ill effecfr
of the fall.
It i reports.! that Mr. lk
il-'verd, formerly of lone, is t.ow
A r'-sinint Lf N'ewberu win ie hi
seventh t n 1 eiht jiri.d,s lut t ' tit ' putchastti u real t-sta e husi
INT3 MASONIC !,ODGK
ELECTS OFHCEC S
At th- r gular meeting nf U'C
7, I me l,oh'e, A. F. ft A. M. the
fid!owiiK lint (jfofiieet 8 wis elect
n iv St. nd-r, W. M ; II 0. Me
'i.iiviv. S. W.;.lonn Kn.'tj. J W ;
.b;j:ii It.ie, S ey.; A. A. McCal-e.
IV.-hs ; Karl liv.k-. S. I) : L. L.
Fu k, J. 1).; L. K. Ijiek, Sr. Si ;
tl .1. lliddle. Jr. it.; Lou Uavi 1.
.on. Tjle ; It. II. Hat hi-io-t, Mai
'i d; S. C. Moo e, Chaplain.
Cfi! A-... i-nt
i u i! " : rl- ' Ii ci( .t.ni.e-.ry. In
it: '. C- ' rt :vu, t:-e Hr-l Cf :il
r ! 'ii "I 'f, v. , l.iini in '',!
'rt- ! lie Ii An er!--ii at m'i rly
."I'l Ii iiii nrtl 111 p:.tl ..t
I'. I! ( V.'nr 'f !!.. l;c.!utie!i
J'V 'i -l ;.H Itis lalciiss to tlii? Aiiiiil
NOLAN PAGE PROMOTED
0. A. C.CorvaliH. I), c. 6.
Ca let officers and promotions
in ihe Reserve Of tice: 3 Traininir
Corps at the col'eRe, numberintc
11, including one ftudent from
lo'i'j have been anr.cnrced by
Colon. I Oorire W. Moxes, com-
mandaid, and atpruved by Dr.
W. J. K. rr, president of the col
lege. Nolan Pfi8! haj teen ap
pointed Cadet Captain, one of the
hitt'nef.t hnriuts Riven to students
tn the mill arv department.
week.
The mUforlune of freezing hi-
ff Mrs. Brown's p'ants dorinti
th severe weather lut weeknr',
i.w ht uTrKslu:i)UCi;n
lotie eonHtliner of e'. etric ht'ht
and p twer will be billet th
month at the new rae which
mean a redueiinn of 33 per Ci-nt
on linht and CO pep cent on pow-
i V .!:.
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'i :iere will be a juint h stjlia
li i i of offieers of t tie I int '..a- n
i L.e'Be atu L.istern Star Chap
t'-r at the i.'a onic hall rext Tu- s
:.tv.
Tin Junior C'-ass of the !I IV
lliuh School announces a
;i'iy, "Oimmy" fur the evtr int'
., In s ay, De-ember 20. Tl.:
vi I tie t he fit si event in the o-jw
dU .itoiiuio.
;ldwaril L' lichnni arJ E met
t) r. titi h t-chnol studer.ts ol
l.t xinytoi', were iti lone Tti'-Kdaj ,
tfa . it t. Ii.r:.ir..rrilt'.in It'll A f U,V
.! i i..:., ' ' ' ' " ' '
forty-threedilbuand fifiycenta. ll,lul"sul"IJlim"- t- oeRieii under the uu-pices ol
Lexington 1L.
T . O i Mr. and Mis. Paul G. Bawuei
i 1 m I I uf I ice li'ui .1: ini- u vi-at u il ti r.-
HIGH SCHOOL I'LAY
The Uinti School rejoic.s in er.
h fuel that the piny "Moid That - , ; "
i L, ..... When tlimkm x of (lirislmas
Line, Jimmy was a success. ,. .... .
... , r 'tfif s rtrcnibcr that our local nnr
I tie Bitis'le adnu-aion fees, ,
ti1e irom the atuHon tickets tor . . in
III'. lll WIH'IUHI-.
Dt-Ueate Frv:t
The lini" ii;it Ik a vrum In-tween tlw
H'"'l iiflian lime and Km kinmpiiit
onm-.-e. It Ii very much lik the time
in .Hjiil.ty iKi.l flavor nd linn the Imr.l
tne i.f tlif! i,-urti(iat. Tlie lime tn
H-ti-lilvo to culil ta a decree Hint
iniil is iiroilietiun of the fruit uncer
tain In Kl'x-i-lii.
TIJi; F 1 11 Li T SIGN OF CHRISTMAS
Tlie Sc-J Vii! the Doable
Barrel Cross
mm
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if ynu cmilJ know
l ti.il thr i inil.-a
rimi jnm kih-iiJ
"t it Clirlnlniii' ina!i
Sli'hl rlminn lo bit
.'lie e ry pniile
rii-il WinilU mircly bring
,'u miiii'i HUlo tliltJ
Tim hca III lli.il
It m I b I am
know,
WinilJ jfou nit
at... ml
More and ro.irw
iiui-h pftinUT
.Vniilil you mil turfi'u
lomo leaser pl.aMiro veu
t jrnii knew
V.ni i-oulil do tliul?
r II hi; I. hi (li.nna
.'hut yuuin iiiIkIii tie
,'lin it-iinlr lo riiora
' A aiiliUru nmlliir
I To her utriikiii UioikI.
Ur tu liriuR a linti ii fattier
! tt.uk to eailiing ioer.
j Would ymi txt K-iid mora pennies!
i I lie iiu.ro Ilia pi-nuka
I rinil you n lid
rim tin re the Rood
I rim pi unltn ilii,
I'll, n buy I hu Clu Utmaa cal
AX
P'1.
W M
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Drum Type Control
Simplifies Timing
KcproJucitnl with
Life like exactness.
Price complete
$134.05
Walter R. Coiley
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XiMAS GIFTS
FOR ALL MEMBERS OF THE
.'FAMILY
.?- J M rd l.j .,' !
" over
Ciirirtmas
acupoints
in Oregon
Idaho mid
Montana
. ,riC'172021
"v m-23-24'25
Ik il rttitrn kirnt January 5
U W I O M
iuj o t.iLAi-iu oun yr"--
J. V. lima. Aeiil iVrt'
1 1 mi' ( tri'i! oil
Decern
all .-es in llinois. They exi ct t(
"t iiOne Bhonl hix weeks. lJuritik
thtir u'..-i i ci', t'.e'r s hi, Alfrei.
.vi I make his home with hijuncU
I.) ii.- l a -i;tr.
lt.e lone Hotel is low um'er
i iw niutKiuetneist, Mr. C'liue
iMchic retiring and the owi er.
Mr. Jack Campbell, abuminu ci
H-CtHJll.
Belt r.f the Earth
Tlie i n'l:e i i:iM.niln!i nf tht
norl ' i.ivihe wmiM lr;ive a Inyer of
mtt 2".:. feel thkk.
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duy c:::u3t:,ias seals
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lil What w jutJ I't q
0x n'cer Cln silnP
i;ft fir the fumihJS
Jt.ian omc of tl.o? :
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. AcLarn.ituQUonei' - s-t
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jJCri.be radio sets.---rpt fj
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MACHINE SHOP h
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.99 ct. SALE
15
O
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AluminuM .
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of
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When shopping for Christmas,' we !
afc
I will appreciate letting us show you
what we have. Our stock of toys is so t
large that we lack space to display it t
properly.
What makes nicer GIFT thair a
KODAK?.
Bullard's Pharmacy
. The Gift Store
(A)
to.
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GET YOUR XMAS TREES
All Sizes. All Prices.
Xntas' tree -FREE -Willi each $5
purchase. XMAS Goods for
PA MA and the BABY
cto each.
Dishpans.s Water Fails, Roasters.
Percolators, Double Boilers, Convex
3 Kettles, Sauce Pans, Pitchers, Milk
;Cans, Mxiltin Pans.
H HO other Aluminum Utensils priced
B; at 10 ct. up to $5. Just the thing for
ii Xmas presents.
BERT.. MASON
lone- Oregon
7
M'ulillui
. limit
; wttttttttf
iiilllill!!!