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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1929)
IONB, ORCGON, FRIDAY, March 22, 1929
PASTOR OF DISCIPLES
Several carloads of out oF town
people journyed to Lexington,
Monday evening, to tender Kv.
and Mra. 10. L. Wood a Utile fare
well party. Tin affair was in the
nature of a surprise and theplans
were 10 well laid that the sur
pr ini) wan complete. Mrs. Wood
wua at the parsonage lo greet
the at-If invited guebts. Riv.Wood
w.-is absent when the party came
bnt aoon returned and all joined
in the spirit of goodfellowship.
The evening was spent in pleus
it c inverMation. Deliuious te
frestuueiiiH of sandwiches, cuke
and col leu were served. Kev.
and Mrs. Wood have their house
hold k ootid packed and will ship
onlinued on ty. 4.
FORMER HERE AGAIN
Dwiglit Misiticr Coiiirt Back
To The Garden Of Allah
Mr. and Mr, Dwlght Miaener,
of Portland, have been greeting
ing their many friends in lone
this week. While here, they were
the guests of their daughter,
Mrs. Fred Markin. Mr. and Mra.
hav decided to cast their lot with
us again, having purchased In
lands north of lone belonging li
the Ftiewald etsant and C. L.
Squire, ol Portland. The tract
agregates2('J) acres and includes
the old Sperry ranch. The pur
chase price totals $04,000.00 and
is on th crop payment plan with
out interest The deal was ban
bled through the real etate of
fice of It. L. I'eake, 302 Dekum
Ji hn Uarbki', of Vancouver,
VI nth., was here last week look
ing after his farming inter. ate
in th a loci it y.
W. 11. A. Smith is spending
this week with Iriends in Walla
Jane Filzpalrick, a 'pupil in
Miss Williams' room, was qjite
badly cut on the upper arm by
broken Klaus last Thursday. S?v
en stitches were required toclofe
the wound. The little girl was
cared for in the T. E. Grabill
Mm. J. F. Hiimr.sTV
Dean Eckleberry and E Wyatt,
New York Lire insurance agent,
j were calling on Stanley See'y on
Sunday a t.
Leonard Mahoney from the', Gl-nn Hall was attending to
' Vdllev" came lo work for his huHlneB8 matters in Heppner and
Valley came lo worn 'r r"8 utler CrH(iki Sl)nd(,v.
brother beorge last luesday. j Mrg. Omar Rietm inn vis'ied
John Ilarbke, of Per. lard, with Mra. Harde3ty, Saturday
slopped in Moagan to see his hie- morning.
ter in. law and fami y list! Mr. and Mrs. E Wja't and
Wednesday. Mr. Ilarbke was cn i rnotiier, Mrs. De Vard of Hoed
a busineca trip to Heppner at d liiver, visited with Eckleberrys
expecting to return the sun e Sunday and Monday.
evening ts his wife is just nct,v
ON NATAL DAY
E. L Dick Felicitated on
A pleasant paiiy was given in
i he E L. Dick home, Monday
ver.ing, the occanion being in
"elet.rition of Mr. Dictc's birtli
lay. The time was spent in play-
continued on r. 4
ing f orn s herious operation.
Mrs Zoo Hurenleind went to
home until sh could be taken to f'"'. WedresHay ev, ni. gU t,e
her own home.
Bill McClintock, of Dry Fork,
was in town Friday of last week
delivering a load of hogs to I e er
son Brothers, of the lone Meat
.. . . i- -1 - .. i
uuim.ng, roruano, vre ...u... i L v DavidHOI, who hai i,een
Mr. Misener denominates as one ;quite jh j now on tbe road to
of the mo t nusiung uuswtra, recovery
getters in the real estate line.
fiiBirn if- -1 r
Kodak at Home
Kodak pictures takc.i at home have a charm that
grows greater v. ith every passing year. Think of the
pleasure yi-.i'll get from an allium full of family
AnJ, Uh.y with tlv; high fcr.ule lens equip
ment suppl'ul on lo.v-priteil K'ulaks picture-making
is easier than ever hei'irc.
We'll fi.'.;d.'y show you
the ne-v Kodak models.
Stop in any time.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis BaNiger
drove to Eugene last week. Re
turning Friday, they brought
! their daughter, Elva, home with
Mrs. Holmta Gabbert and little
: daughter, Patricia Anne, of Port
. land, spent last week with Mrs.
Gabbert'a sister, Mrs. Fred Man
Jirnmie Cochran, the small son
of Walter Coceran, wasquitesiCK
last week with intestinal flu.
Mrs. Martin Baurenfeind, of
Morgan has been here assit ine
in the care of her mother, Mrs.
Willard Farrens, who is very ill
in her homa on Second Street.
Mrs. E. S. Briatowand Li cite
returned from Walla Walla, Sun
Norton Lundell is unable to at
tend school because of illne?t.
We are glad indeed to welcome
the Miseners back to our com
Day old chicks are beginning
to arrive. Four hnndred were
shipped in last weok by expiesB
ard three hundred came through
the post office.
Mr. and Mra. C. M. Schriver
and Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Logsdo.i
I Vesper Schriver, of Amity. Or
hef mother, who is very sick.
Glenn Ba'l and C C, Hutch-I
crjft were delivering eggs '(
Willow Creek Poultry
All kinds of
at Bulla.d's Pharmacy.
Mrs. Seely accompanied Mrs.
Baurenfeind to lone last Wednes J
Mrs. Hardesty was calling on
Mrs. Kennels and Mrs. Nath on J
C. C. Hutchcrott began
ing last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Turner were call
ing on the MahoneyB last Friday.
The Baurenfeinds have a New
Remiagton Portable Tjpewrlter
which was purchased .through
H. O. Ely took his daughter.
Margaretle, nephew Freddy Pal
mateer and friend, Alice Nash
to a doll show in lone, Friday.
Genevieve Pettjohn is woik
ing far Mrs. Farrens in lone.
Beulah Pettyjoen was clerking
in Mr. Baurenfeind' store last
Joe Gibson passed through
Morgan, last Saturday, with his
new tractor to hU ranch east ol
Morgan, Mr. Gibson sa s thai
he has just tinished plowing 2U)
acres this spring and expects to
finnish Summer fallowing in an
other ten days All the plowing
has been done by tractor.
Mr Clayton is leaving will
his turkeys and chikens, Sumix)
morning for Hermiston, as he
has rented a place there.
Mrs. Carrie Brethears and
that Results from
You can tcc it in every line of the New
Oakland All-Ameriran. Smartness that
results from individuality . . . For it's a
car that's triumphantly different from
anything else ia the field. With that
difference that -polI owner natifaction
. . . that difference hich comes from
efferins greater heauty, higher quality
und finer performance for its price.
trirea tilt'. In rM. 1. tf. f. rn ulir. Wirh.. plum drllrrrr rhmrg.
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r NMftl fun BtiUU al Miiaua rale
I. R. ROBISON, Garage,
were Wednesday night guests children, are visiting with I er
of Mr. and Mn. Paul Balsigtr. I mother, Mis. Ntsh this week.
The Schriver family came to at I
tend the funeral services for Mrs. ADDITIONAL LOCAL
Wayne behriver neia veanesaay Bert Johnson received word
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morning at Lexington. Mr. Clyde TPgdav. that his daughter. Mary
'Schriver also came, but he made wn8 4Ulte in, suffering with mas
me rciun-my b imi ui-i tolJ tronble. An operation may
wherhehad left his wife and be necessary. Mary and her moth
sma l child with relalivts, when r an. in Portland.
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m.:'.''W-- to make for ,, Studebakers. brought
r T Ti r the entire trip. hume a new Erskiue car for M.
Miag NeJra Agie re.ui nid to Morgan, this week,
her home, Sunday, after an ab Baseball Dance, Sat. nite.
sence of nine mou'.hv. She has j Miss Elva Balslger, Junior, in
bean visiting with her aunt, Mrs. Oregn State University, has beet.
X rryi lil J'Anne Gladman, of Los Angeles, chosen for membership in Alpha
Cal., and with her grandmother, i Delta, a sorority of nationa!
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Come in and examine our samples.
BRISTOW & JOHNSON
Mrs, Thornberg, of Opal City, 'scope, maintaining a house on
Oregon. j University campus. From the
Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Lundell, 'close of the Eastr vacation, Mit
Mrs. J. E. Svanson, Mrs. Geo. IBulsiger'a address will be, A'pha
( Contitiui tl oil I'g 4. Xi Delta, Eugene, Oregon.
.hA.t..t....t..f.Ml 1,:arlier in the V8' Mi98 n'iU
fltoi.. Jm....; i'y. ;r;iiUiwik,i(Q giyrer wa9 honored by being eltci
led to membership in the Math
jClub, an honor society which re
quires as a prerequsite of mem
jbership, high standing in mathe
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t Maxwell Coup e
i Essex Coach
; Chev. Touring
! Pontine Coupe t
All Prlrrrt ft
J. E. waion
J& Clark & Linn J&
Carpenter Work, Painting, Pa
per Hanging and General Re
Jull JasiMiiai Jtvsicry
has won a host of friends by its
amazing wear, fine clear fabric,
unusual length and smartly tai
lored heels. Has
narrow hem, san
dal sole and step
up toe guard. De
colors to match
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