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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1929)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, June 21, 1929
Mr. II. E. Hor7mm has made
several trips th ough the wheat
ecliom recently and finds that
condition! have been quite well
reported by previous obssruers.
A Mold here and there will hardly
worth harvesting and occasion
ly N field was found with thin
pots that would be worth more
for pasturage, Buthestatesthere
will be good deal of vheat. lie
estimated the yield on tome
places at six bushels per acre
and others nearly twenty bushels.
He thinks the aversRe will run
about midway between thest
The lode district wss vieited
by a light rain Thursday of wi
week and by a good tain Satur
day followed by showers through
out the us Sunday. Haying op
errtiona on the Creek ranches
have been held up by the rainr,
Mil even the alfalfa farmurawho
A good program has been
arranged for Saturday night,
June 22nd, at the Cecil Grange
Mr Sri e 1 1 of Arlington, a very
pleasing speaker will address the
gpange. Ulhtr numbers induce
eadings and solo numbers, a
playlet entitled "A Day, s Work",
by aeven girls and piano selec
tions. All who are eligible sl.ould
btar Mr. SneH. Tiiose who have
been invited bv a granger will be
A business meeting will follow
Morrow County Pomona Grange
will met with the RheuCretk
C.rtnuu as hnitt nn Saturday.!
July Glh. Watch for a complete
program in this paper.
Local Happenings r
Captain G. L. flail of McMin
ville, who wns here lorn twff rr
three yeers ago announces that
He will hold religious services at
Morgan, Sunday a. m., June 30,
anlintho lone Baptist chnrch
in the evening of the rame day.
The Chptoin if accompanied by
his two daughters, France and
Ph) Ills and on Monday evening,
July 1, in the Baptist church, the
trio will present "An livening
With 'Kile. "
Johnnie Eubanks, who has
been quite ill with aijendicltin,
returned to his home this week
apparently much improved. On
Wednesday, however, he ruffr
a change for the worse and was
taken to Portland for treatment.
The Americnn Legion Auilliary
held their regular afternoon
meeting lant Wednesday at the
Lee Beck ner home. Those present
Mesdames Gorier. Sprey, GHmel
Mr. and Mrs, Dale Ray and; Carlton Swanson went 00 PortJ
Uaude and Gladyh Brasbears mo land, Friday. He made ths trip
tored to Hood Kiver to vicit with J down with E. Sink, who was r
Mrs. Kay's son aid daughter in turning to his home after a visit
law, Mr. and Mrs Billie BraBhers. j to his ranch in this vicinity.
They had a very pleasant visit W. E. Bullard and family, left
and while there, Mrs. Kay cross Sundry mortiisg on a
ed the river to Lyle, Wah. and and pleasure trip to Poatland.
visite.l in the home of her daugb , nurinff tn,ip Mi.. Thi
Mm. J. F.Mardestv
Wheat Market Uncertain
Traders are awaiting the
rtjmcea wien me wneai men. , . Q ,,. , nu me iwo iiumuBm-B, wrB. oeca
of the law. Scould the Inardi f)d Mrg L,euaen. Le,iciou
Killing Noxious Weeds i1" ' B ' ' t'"! refreshment, were served and
11 report a very pieaeuni. auer
S. "''I County Agent reidilhemarketi.
UK si vreinain, Kivn movicc un
codtrollins noxious weeds, the
worst of whichare Canada thistle
wild morning glory, and quark
ras. He ssys to sprav th m at
blossoming time with sodium
chlorate, 01. e pound to gallon
r water, or calcium chlorate, the
sane proportions. With a thor
ough apraping the plants willdie.
expected to spring
0 more per bushel
but it is not known what course
up five cents 0 more per bushel."00"
John Grimes and
Lewis Pyle, who is a guest In the
Grimes home, returded last week
Clark & Linn J& frjm P' asadt fishing trip.
Mrs. Albert Pettejs who, on
June 10, underment a major op
peration in a Hood Kiver hospital
U making a satisfactory recovery
Msny os our people motored
to McKay lake, Sunday to wit
the board will take,
Carpenter Work, Painting. Pa
per Hanging and Ceneral He
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1, Legion regatta.
A Typewriter Sensation!
Now on display! Come in and try it. Convenient terms.
Mrs. lUlph Harris went to
Portlanl, Fsieay. returning on
j Sundsv, accompanied by Mr. liar
t ris' who has been in a hospital
T for the last three months taking
trestments for rtomache trouble.
Mr. Harris is much improved.
The Masons and Eastern Stars
had their annual strawberry feed
Wednesday evenidg, June 19, in
Ernest lieiiker and mife made
i 1 tiip to Portland on Thursday ol
; last week. They made the return
1 rip by way of lie Mount Hood
loop roal andjslopped at Park
dale for a vi-it wi'h Mrs. Maude
1 Uevins and Mr. and Mrs. George
Miriam Hale is spendirg part
of her vacation with Frances
1 Jones on the Alfred Troedson
ter, Mrs.' Lester Goodrich. Miss
Gladys Brashers remained in
Hood Kiver. The reit of the par
ty came home the first of the;
Mrs. D. C. Brock, of Salem,'
has been here visiting with her
brother. Frank Lindsay, Ur sis !
ttr, Mrs. Crabiree, and other rel
atives. Mrs. Brock was accompa'
nied by a friend, Mrs. Alary:
Everette Hummel wis a gradu'
at", June 10. from Pacific Acad
it Newberg, Ore. He is a former1
lone pupil, having been in school
her during the time that hi.M
mother was employed us leather! t
in our grade school. Mrs. Hum
ntl hasno( been in school work J
the past year, but next yar will' J
tf&ch English in the Hillsborough !
chool. . ' " j
Marquis Greenwalt hai receiv-
d his eight grade dif l ma and
jlans on entering high school
.eztfall. (v. !t
Kil ie Breshears and Mig loro ?
)iiigcame as a surpii e tore a
'ivea and friends here. Mr. B a 4
'lirrsiaan lone boy. He is ntA e
iriving a truck for Fred Kay tit f
lood Kiver. ' U
pent the wetk end fishing in
M si Ailela Ferrers as one t f
1 c'as of 200 to graduate, June
14, fnm Washington hiith 8'.,h!Ol
Pcrllai.d. M ss F'urrms is a Icr
ntr student if lone rchonl, lav
ng completed her first thne
years of high school work here.
Mrs, Helen Karrens
ma Forbes has charge of thetliug
Mr. Radcliff, of Ccseburg, was
in Morgan last Wednesday. Be
came to bring up a lord of straw
business berrit and apples from Hood
Kiver and to see about a job of
wheal hauling for this year. He
hauled wheat here last year.
hv Muriihv. of Hood Hivnr 4
narried last mcnir. Th i-
Cortland to attend the gradui
rion of her daughter, Ark'ta.
M'ss Fein Engclman a!fo went to
i n u.i: j
i . u. uii5ikt, "truier in liar
't.c city to witness the gramistion
-x citesof Washington High.
I Continued onpagt 4.
us On the 'phone
to say that you are planning a party
for tomorrow night ane will probably
need more electricity than you usu
ally consume. You may take it for
granted that our generating piants
will produce enough light and power ,
for all your demands.
Electricity can help in many ways
to make your party a success. Lights
are essential, of course. Electric cook
ing appliances can simplify the prep
aration of food and allow the hostess
to remain with her guests.
The electrical refrigerator provides j
ice cubes and makes it easier to
keep salads and desserts fresh until
they are served.
Routine tasks in the home are
simplified by enlisting the aid of
Pacific Power and Light Co.
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made a business trip to LhGamle J
Wednesday of last wetk. return- i
ing Thursday. Mr. Lindfkin re- J
ports that crtips are la'e in that i
part of the country, viiin the
heat just heading,
j A. A. McCabe and Grot go Ely
j Peterson Brothers ha. I a car of
I mixed atock on the Portland mir
Clarence Linn, who has been
woiking some time at V'erntnia
jcame tnursday for sviHtwiih
I his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.J.
Elward Keller who has bet-n
a stulnt t Whiisn Coi'pue
for tlio p-sl )ar b..reJ Lj.ne,
Thursday. This fall he plana on
( me and Arlington on the home : entering Still College of Oteop
g-ou'id was played in the rain, thy at Kirlsville, Mo. He will ac
The score was 5 to 0 in favor of jcempony his brother. James, who
ffi?T feT? jTTwTl fiHfTr rT? sSjfe ' has already had one year at Still
Hazel Feldmnn, who is a Btud-
I have received a large stock of gen-
I uine HOLT repairs and can supply
most any wearing parts. Get your or-
! ders in early and rvoid belay when the
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Bosch 6i Dixie
Carried in Stock.
ent at Oregon State College, and
her sister, Katherine, who is
student at the State University
of Oregon, ret ir red hrmf 'nst 4
week to spend the summer vaca- t
tion with their parents.
On June 30th, the Sunday
School will hold a picnic at some
place yet to be selected.
J. E. Swanson
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