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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 24, 1929)
THE IONE INDEPENDEilT
Friday, May 14
Sa'urday night. May 18, Ine
Lodge No. 135 I. 0. 0. F. hel.1
special meeting and put on I he
degree work for Lone Halm No,
82 of Hardman. The Hardman
Lodne wi represented by a del
euationof fourteen brethren who
btought two candidates; on one
of whom the second and Ihird
and on the other four degrees of
Odd Fellowship were conferred.
Mrs. H. D. McCurdy and Mr.
C. W. Sanson were the 1e.e
gates from Bunch Grass Rb k h
Lodge. No. 81 and P. 1. Lunnell
and Ture Peterson, delewa'ea
from lone Lodge No. 135 . 1. 0.
F., who attended Grand Ldre
at Meo ford thi week. Mrs. E. K
Lundell was also in attendance.
There will be a stated commu
cat'on of Lonis: Chapter No 119.
(). E S., T i.-s.l i evening, May
23, follow !) a snriat hour. The
hostess fi.r trie evening are
Ruth Mast-. De'la McCuy an..'
I. 0. 0. F. Grand Lodg i Of
cer elect are: Eiii Petern. of
o.iria, pr'sndmhster; L I. Ktker
if Euvn. deputy itrrnJ muter;
E. E. Lharon, grand secretary;
J. F. Nlson, grand treasnrer;
J. F. Meindl, grand represerta
Perhaps many who are asked to
buy a poppy on Memorial Dav or
the tvvck pr.cjuing it do not know
the story of this little red flower,
nor how the money is used that
is received from the sale of it.
In the spring of 1919, after the
war, where the fighting had been
most terrific and thousands of
soldiers had fjilen in battle, wht re
not a lice stood aud where the
earth was torn by these terrible
guns, beautiful red oppies came
up in abundance.
The French women vli; tA li you
today that the poppy is a symbol
of the blood of these boys who
fell and died on Flanders fields
Those a ho have travelled in France
since the war tell us that whe e
the battle was the fiercest and the
bloodshed the greatest, the pop
pies grow the thickest.
In October, 19J1. t'.ie American
Legion AuxuLry ado;teJ the pep
py as its memor al flower and
pledged every penny earned from
the sale of this poppy to the ie
lief of our disabled soldiers and
.their families. The soldiers in our
hospitals make these poppies and
are paid a cent f r every poppy
made. They are then sold for 10
cents or as much m-re as the per
son buying wishes to pay and all
the money earned from this sale
is used to help this disabled man
to buy food, clothing and other
necessary things l'or his children.
This little red poppy then shou d
be worn for three reasons:
1. In meraoiy of those who gave
their lives; 2. To help the sick and
disabled men and their families to
earn money for themselves; 3. to
help provide warmth, food and
clothing for the families of these
Each of these little red paper
poppies has a sticker on it which
reads: " In Memoriam American
Legion and American Legion Aax
illiary. Made by patients U. S.
Veterans Hospital No. 77. Port
Please dont forget. Your local 1 " - MeH'' ,irt
t 1 ..!ti,.,. lTburilny l mvh month
will sell these poppies on Memor
ial Day and the week preceding it.
Lets all help as much as we can.
lone American Legion Auxiliary,
Post No. 95.
CONDON DEFEATS IQNE
Close Game Ends 3-2
IONE LOUUK So. 120. A. K. A A, M.
Meet every Mrnt nnd third YVrdnen.
U.j of -nch month.
V. M, HirUa McCurdy
Sec?., T. E. Ballard
LovUMt Chapter So. 119. O. K,
Mtft thenecoml and fourth Tin,
tiny of eaeh month.
S7 Ruth Muoa
IOXE t.OlMlE Xa. UI. I. O.
Meet every Friday evening.
N G, H. C Rukia
Secy, Ut Hw.ll
UlXl ll nilASS liEISEKAll No !i.
N. GM Licila Bfulow
SCf., Vtrda tilth
Grange News Items
Eleven members of the Wil
lows Grange attended ameeiinv
at Boardman last Saturday nihl
and helped Greenfie'd Gtanue
welcome our Pomona Mastea and
his bride. Brother Wicklander
and Mildred Baker were nnniid
in Arlington on Thursday even
ing at the Methodist parentage
by Rev. Hawthorne.
All the grangers in Morrow Co.
extend heartiest congmMilaiiors
and best withes for tUir tiappi
ness. Willows P r:ge is givir g an
Interdstintf t. ogram. S.t'u-daj
night, May 2j. Following l t pto
gram a lorge class is to ! initi.
attd and this is to be fJlomed by
a "big feed", the promised en t r
tainment furnished ly the hreih
ren of our order. AilgrarKtrs
Willows G-aOh-e. May 25.
lj Crowning Flora as Queen of
2. Reading, ''The Oregon
T'ail", Vi'la lleiiker
3 Song, "Oregon. My Oregon"
The Grar ge
4. Music week, Mildred Hynd.
5. Sing "Carry M Back 0
Old Virginia", Qmrtelte.
6. Reading, Geirge Wi.kins
10NF POST No. 91, Amnion Ufioa, mm
tlx wcoad tad fouitk WtdncxUft of tack with.
Cuouniadtr, E. G. Sprry
FliuiKt Ofl.cr, Jufca Frrii
Amentia Ugioa Auilliary No. nwtti oa 2od
TtJoiday of each month at 8:00 P. M. and ea
4tb Tuodaf at 2:30 P. M.
I Pro., Mirgcrct R!a!:t
Sf)., Q'.id-t Dfalt
7. Kec, "Song of uhe ttattlt
8. Address W, W. Head
9. Memorial Ceremony
10 Diet. Mavbelle and Arrie
Condon Holds Second Place and
No Defeat Record
By bunching hits in the 5th
Inning, Condon defeated lone.
Suneay, in a close game and still
holds second place and go a un-
defeated for the senson.
The gametarted with Ashen
out Ford lo iirst. Wagner walked
and was thrown out bv Akers
cerfeet netf to aeaond, Baker out
shorb to first.
Davidson for lone out third to
first. Ritchie put the second pitch
against the school houae for three
and wa thrown out trvinir to
score after the catch of Riet
Condon was shown some I nse
ball when they went into the nee
ond. Wilmot and G. Smith each
singled and '"ere 'hn n out at
honie wluleCiow and B. Smith
went to first "n fi Idet's choice
an4 Brown ended the darker bv
lone started the fourth with a
single by Diyi l on. Rilchies long
fly went foul by inches and he
went out by another long fly to
center. Rietmat:n singled. Ford
ent a fly to center and Davipsm
was caught eff aerond.
Connon opened the fifth with a
two bagger by B Smith. Brown
reached first whtte Smith went
out ahoitto thirn. Rannow hit for
two bases, scoring Brown. Ash-
enfeltee struck out and both Wag
ner and Baker hit singles, scoe
ing Rannow. The agony ended
when Wimot was thrown out ly
Condon scored again in the 6th
G. Smitb was out on a ground r
to Ford. Clow waa sale whn
Lundell muffed a short throw to
first, stole second and scored on
a wild pitch while Smith aud
Brown were being retired.
lone had a chance in the 7th.
Rietman reached first on error
at second and stole second. Ford
flew out to center, F. Lundell
singled and was followed by 1L
with a two base hit which bror ght
in two scores. Rankin struck out
out and Fngelman endeJ the in
ning with a lor.g fly to center.
Batteries: for lone, Ford, Akers
and Swick; lor Condon. Rannow
and Brown. Cleo Drake officiated
Struck out; bv Ford 5, by Kan
now 5. Walked; Ford one, Ran
Two base hits, R. Lundell. B.
Smith and Kanw; thre bas-e
Wilmot rs 4 0 2 0
Smith G. 3 4 0 1 0
Clow 1 4 10 1
Smith H. r 4 0 2 0
Brown c 4 10 0
Rannow p 4 110
When the St Francis Dam - a part
of the municipal water supply system
of the City of Los Angeles went out .
destroying one of theCity's power hotis
es and its electric transmission lines,
it took the light and power companies
less than a minute to restore service
after the power failed.
During the great Mississippi flood
practically all the cities, towns and vil
lages in the flooded area were contir.-
uously supplied with electric service.
Should anything happen to a gener
ating station in any city of size in the
in the United States, temporarily put
ting it out of business, the interrup
tion in service would be brief.
This has' been brough .about by the
expenditure of hundreds of millions of
dollars by thefeht aud power industry 1
vi 1 1 vwiiniitiwii i uiwi-i.ir.- j
What is this worth in dollars and I
cents to a community?
Elys, HarbiHonB, . IVtHjohrw
and Balls attended tl. II. S. pro
uram at lone last Friday night,
Mr. and Mrs. George Mahoney
went with Mr. and Mrs. MedlH'k
to the ball gome at lone last Sun
Mr. and Mrs John Nash and
lamily drove to Hermistirti to
see their riatiiirter, Mrs. Bill
Clayton, and her family Mr.
Clayton and her children enme
home with her folks for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Medlock and Mr.
and Mrs. Mhpev ""ulled tin N.
K Pettyjohn and wife, Sunday
Mr. am Mrs. Workman of
Marshfield, ()rron, aae visiting
Mrs. Workman's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Hat bison.
The Misses FarrpnH visited
with their aunt. Mrs. Zoe H inren i
feind. They wit - on their way to'
John Nash visited with James
(lurdeaty, last Saturday. j
Several Morgan ball fans at
Unrd the ball game at lone,!
Mm ta.4 fa Milin Duiircn.
!5!J;-i:'Z'w,",l,:! Pacific Power and Lijlit Co. ;
You can bank on
the quality of a ciga
rette that continues
to be the biggest
An Arithmetic of 1649
In Hit- tiiin-h llhrnry nf Hie I'lilvor
lly nf Tt-x.ia la tlio ulili-t Mrltlinii'tlr
In Atiierlfii. l'inti fniichlnx III vcllimi
t i'(id utiil buck Nkln IIkiiiki your
niiMKir.v limy c tiiiik to Hint pruil'l
lint iinwel'HiiiH'il ilny when your imn
mhn'illiijt iirrlvtfd ut lh portal imp'
of "1'ructloim." With nwe one illmov
ith (hut (iiiiiIIh of HI 111 hud to Willie
lliiiiiih Mi'ven .'liiiiterx or tiiutlie-
I iiiiilliiil (uli'k.HUii(M. The plmiepr
evidently ilcwlrod to olitulu alrt-nxth
of mind In their children for It win
II Hlern lijjc. Aliolhcr chupter Wna ilfr
I voted to the foiin.'illnn of tnlllliiry
I eiiiiipiiiilea III aquiirel, hi'IllKOiml lllllla
j mid oilier atrnnite Keometrlciil furina.
I Ollieiwine the book ihowa pupils
atriiiriilpd Willi the Hume protilerna tlmt
j perplex modern youngster.
AB II RE
Davidson fs 4 0 2 0 1
lite hie m 4 0 1 0
Reitrr.ann 4 110;
r'ord p 4 0 0 0
Lundell F. 1 4 12 1
Lundell It. 2 4 0 1 0
Rankin r 2 0 0 0
Enaelrran l 3 0 10
Akera c 10 0 1
Swick r. 2 0 0 0
Totals . ..32 2 8 2
Ashenfelter 2 4 0 0 0
Wagner I 3 0 10
Haker m 4 0 10
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. . expertly blended for matchless taste
They have a welcome vtcllowness and mild
ness that you will find in uo other cigarette.
Smoke them as often as you like, Camels
never tire your taste.
The quality of Camels is never permitted
Only a superior cigarette could have won
and held world letdirsk '.p for all these
years as Cr.nel has do,ie.
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1929 PLAYING SCHEDULE WHEATLANDBASEBALL LEAGUE 1920
1 v i At At At
CONDON FOSSIL HEI'l'NER.
rnnM KATKIJALL April 1. May 12.
LU1NJ JN FANS! June 9.
1 FOSSL May 80. NEWs"5 M8y2'
IIFI'I'NER April 14' Mav 19 EACM
IILIl.NLK JjnelG Mayu. WKEKIN
.... May"fl April 21. April 7.
1UiNb July 7 June 23. June 9
WASCO M.,2, j;
April 21. ,
May 12. April U,
May 30. April 28.
' June 80
MAy 20. May 12
RENEW OR "
April 7. StJHSCRIMIi