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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1929)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, April 12, 1929
Mr, am) M' 0. W. Swanson
were corn pi. tc' and very aicree
ably surprised Wednesday even
lug; the oceaiion being the twen
ty filth anniversary of their wed
(ling. Mrs. Swanaon wan sent to
the home of Mrs. J. M, Swanxon
on an errand and when she re
turned from her errand and Mr.
S hannon came hom for the even
in ur they found their home, filled
with frlenda and the tahleg ret
for a sumplious dinner which wag
aerved at 6: 30. The following
guests weae prcHcnt: Mr. and
Mr. Li, It. Luridell, Mr. ann Mrs.
C W. Swanson, Mr. and Mm. J.
I' Swansor, Mr, and Mrs. Frank
Knitcl.iian, Mm. ChriHtina Trotd
ann. Mr. Katie I'etteys, Mr. and
Mrf. VMi I)rae, G. A. iVtleyH,
Mra. Fred NichoHon, Carlton,
Norma and Ruth Swanson, Kuby
Huberts, Gene, Joel and IVrn
Garland, Norman and Eva Swan,
iiin. Frank, Richard. Norton,
Mildred and Heln Lundel
Alice Katherine Nlchoson.
Dr. Clarke of the Clarke Opti
cal Co.. 202 and 20:, Mercharila
Trust Bldg. Glh and Washington
Mr. lien Juday, of Umatilla,
spent Thursday of last weik iu
lone. viHitinjf at the home of his
Sta., Portland, Ore.. EYE SKlHT.sister, Mm. Charley Nord. Wren
SPECIALISTS, will lie in lone h3 went home he was aecompan
all day and eveninir, Sat., Apr d hy his two little daughters,
l.'llh at the lone Hotel. bEEHIM who have been with their aunt
ABUUT YOUKEYES. Iforaeveral weekg.
One of the plate glass windows
Tho County Declamatory Con. in Bullard's Pharmacy was wreck
teHt In to he held Saturday. April1'"' 'hrt and run" miscreant
It will cost about $35 to repair
13th, in Heppner. The contest of j
the Krade pupils will be held at
ihedamaKe. Iti, however cov
cred by insurance.
twoo c.iock in the anernoon ana Mrp Nefj Carr i9 her. visiting
the high school contestants w ill ( with her mother, Mra. Alice
meet in the evening. We are bel Wiles.
ing represented by Maxine Mc jjrs. Charley Alienor and
Curdy, Helen Luridell, Donald jdautchter. Lillje, returned last
IMiker, Walter B.istow, Itiw j w(k from Portland where Mm,
Fletcher, Eduh Fly and ThelmaUenker had K()ne to ronsuU an
eye specialist. While in the city
Mrs, Allcnger was quite ill, and
M.-n to examine thoHe fine suit, Mlowlnir the advice of her Port
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land physician, is now eta) 11 u in
Hpppner, in order to be neir a
doctor and continue her me!ical
X j treatment.
I 1 Mm. Walter Swenson and Re
t Han Wade, of Walla Walla, arrived
j last Thursday, for a visit v ith
I I their aister, Mra. E. J. Bris'ow.
J 'Mr. Wade returnee home, Fri tay
hut Mrs. Swenson remained 1 n
til Saturday when the Britiow
family drove to Walla Walla
;They spent the week end with
their eon, Elmond Bristow, re
turning Monday morning.
! Mrs. Willard Farrens, vhi! has
been seriously ill, is now net in?
better. Hereon, Rupert Fartena,
and hia family have retu nd
to their home at Monnment, and
,another son, Guy Farrens ha re
turned to California. Her daugh
ter has remained to assist in her
1 Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Ag-ee and
daughter. Emma, and Miss Thel
ma Ayers, of Boardman, were
.Saturday guests in the Mark
Auee home. When they returned
they were accompanied by NVdra
and Beulah Aitee. Miss Beulah
1 was back home for school worn,
I Monday, but Miss Nedra remain
ed for a longer visit.
Mas. J. P. IIakumty
Tue lone School Board Jhas
chosen charter) nnrt nf t.ha tpnrh
: Daniel and Helen Barton rrj(nj force for next vearandex
atay.ngatMr.and Mrs. Seely pect to fi the vacanciei in a
and going to uhe Morgan school. ghort lime The jst BQ faf jg 89
AITroedKontoWid Paimateerfo,OWi; Supt( E A Brovn
to see the doctor at Heppner IHigh School. ;Miss Elizabeth G.
Tuesday. Wid had been kicked by j VitlBOn. 7lh Bnd gth 8radeg Mf
a mule. Mrs Seely and babv ac j Harrie Brown;3'd and 4th, Miss
compamed Mra. Baurenfeind to' , . . . ,
lone, last Wednesday. , "'Idegar e Williams; 1st and 2d
, Mm. Hal Portwood and two,lir'de8- Mrs Zflma Kennedy.
daughters in law were calling on
Mrs. llardetty, Saturday, last.
Mr. Harry Shipley and Mr.
Walt Swazie were calling in Mor
gun, Thursday exerting.
James Ihrdesly helped Noah
Pettyjohn last Monday.
John Nash, came home Friday It
night, having finished his work
at Mr. Hynds. Mr. Hynd brought
C. C. Hutchcroft.AlfrtdTroed
son, K. L. Harbison and Wid
Palmateer attended the 1. 0. 0.
F, at Heppner, Saturday
After the close of lot'ge, Thuri
day evening, Aprit 4, the Rebek
as entertained the senior and
jnnior classes of the high ichool
and the faculty. A peasant hour
was spent in playing games, after
which refreshment wereserred.
This is an adnual aflair on the
part of the Redekah Lodge.
Mr. and Mrs. Wash McKinney,
of Blalock, were businebs visitors
in Morgan, Saturday. j
C. C. Hutchcroft and family, t
Wid Palmateer. Mr. and Mrs. A!
Troedsun and FrancesJones, were
Sunday visitors at Mr, and Mrs. :
Bert Palmateer's. I
Mr. and Mrs. Timms. Mr. and $
Mm. Harbison, Mr. and Mrs. Mill
er, Mr. Matt Hal von en, of lone, :T
Mr. and Mrs. Seely and baby and 1
Mr. and Mrs. Bauernftind were';
callers at the Hardesty home on
Bobby and Billie Morgan of t
Lne spent the week-end with
their aunt, Minnie Llv. in Mor-1
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Ely were
calling on the Ekleberns last
Mr Nash, the Morgan free de
livero, was delivering wood to
Mrs. Nash in Morgan.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ball were
business visitors at the Theooore
Anderson home, above Heppner,
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BRISTOW & JOHNSON
Tney rn 'et once a week o tr
the lone Meat Market. Each btiti
nesj meeting is (ullowed py a
social hour when cards and danc
ti at are enjoyed. At their in ret ;
inti, held Saturday eve'ninu about
( thirty were prestnt. Delicious re
TWO IIICII GRADE PIANOS ''eshmenti uf ice cream and
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and looks like new. To see, write ner, Sunday al termun. We tost
jTallman I'ianoStorc, Sakm, Ore. the game by a score of 4-0. Bill
' . 'Ford is pitching for lona this
tViXilLiLaX3::;Vi , year and Toby Wa'lis is catching :
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Mrs. Evelyn Appiing, and tvo
dauuhters and Miss BerniceAp
pling were over Sunday gutsis
in the Cole Smith home. They
drove 'over from Walla Walla,
brinuinginir wi'h tUm W. ii. A. !
Smith, who ... retuiuuig fiom
a pleasant two we ks visit In the
(Washington city. :
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per Hanging and Ceneral He-1
ChicK Scratch, Growing' Mash
Cracked Corn, Whole Corn
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