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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 2, 1929)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, Aug. 1, 1929
Tbt Directors of the Farmers'
Eleveter Coaponjr of lone held
stating la Odd Ktllow,ttll,
Uit Seturdty and took steps to
lease the Csiliai warehouses) it
I loot aad licNabb. It wai rotad
, that la aaaa Colllni acceded to
lbs leasiag proposals of the Farm
' or a' Elarator Company, J. E.
8wanaoa ba nada manager of
the aobload warehouse and Ele
valor buainaaa of tha Farmer'
ElavatorCo. of lona. Mr. 8wan
aoo will aoatiauo to buv grain for
Cullies. Tba tranafar of manage
mant waa mada August 1.
ft Mk St.He
Uttlt fnur kr ((1 Ibuiai7 warn
M iimHi; iiiirtU wltb bar parenta
Tha picture waa Imwlni t tare
riling tula race and the avdleace eae
vrtaaUiis god felling. niK'fe le (leae
. iir;'l dlacuet, ihe mI4 la bar omH
, er Iwltb Soger preaeed la Mcfe earls
"Moiker, lata go home. I cu t ftaad
K. Tm amrb am He."
Total precipitation Trace
" "since Sept. 1 ...6.48
" " for tba corres
ponding period laat year... U. 44
No. of clear day a 28.
No. of cloudy daya........ 2
No. partly eloudy L. t.
Persuing; wlad N. W.
ft. E. Harblaoa
Copratr Obnrrtr V. S. If. B.
Morgan, Oragon, Aug. 1. 1929.
Nadra A tea laft tba first
of laat week for Lyla, Wab
where aha tliltad for a week
with bar grandparanta, Mr. and
Mra. Thorobarff, bafora accomp
anying bar aunt, Mra. Anna Glad
man, to bar borne at Eaat Holly
- FrUaeUUa'e Valaa
Tlitra li do man that Impartetb bla
Jojri to' bla friend, but ba Jnttb Iba
mora: and no nun that Itnpartetb bla
trial to bla friend, but ba frlevetb
Iba lem Lord Bacon.
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Mon. K. G. W. Portland
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v,. 7:30 . 8:00 .
Wet,K. O. M. O..Sealtl
Thar., K. F. R. C. Frisco.
Thur.. K. L Z. Denver.
Fri, K. H. Q , Spokane
Supt and Mra. Earle Brown
and aon Winnie, arrived in lone,
early Saturday morning, to spend
the week end at their home here.
Mr. Brown la attending sora
mer school at Monmouth, but
they are living in Salem. Tbey
were accompanied on the trip by
Mra. Elmo McMillan, who came
for a viait wl(h her. little dauyh
ter, Beverly June, and with her
parents, Mr. and Mra. J. E. Swan
Last week, Ralph Akers took
Mra Akera to The Dallea, vhere
she entered a hospital to receive
A little daughter, Joy Pauline,
waa born to Mr. and Mra. Fred
Ritchie, Tuesday, July 23. The
babe only lived an hour and a
half. She waa laid to rest in the
I. O. O. F. cemetery in lone.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ross, Mr.
aad Mr. Dick Sperry. Mrs. Chus.
Ritchie and Arthur Ritchie, all
of Heppner, were Friday even
in guests in the Fred Ritchie
Mr. and Mrs. C. L Dewey and
laughter, Mary, departed Mon
day, for their home at Lucky
Luke, Sask.. Canada, after a
pleasant four weeka viait in the
Clarence Warren home in Dry
Fork. Mr. and Mra. Dewey are
Mra. Warren'a grandparents.
They are travelidg by auto and
viaited hero on their way home
from a trip to California.
Cordon Drapers for all kinds of
Harvesting Machinery at Paul C.
While working at aha Farmer's
Elevator, Saturday. Cole Smlih
fell from a truck jn auch a way
m to dislocate bla right arm at
ho elbow. He waa taken at once
to Heppnr for medical attention.
Mr. Harvey Ring, who lives
oelow lone, waa remembering
bis friends in town, Sunday, by
the gift of some verv fine tout
nig ears Wctaliave this is the
iirat aweet corn in this locality
.0 e ready for the market
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Swanson
motored to Joseph, Sunday, for
a short visit with their aon Carl
ton. l'bey were met at Pendleton
by Mrs. Zelma Kennedy, who
made the trip with them.
You can get most anyhlng you
need in the vegetable line and get
it fresh from the earth or the vines
at my place, 1 mile down the high
way below the elevator. And I will
not be undersold or half touted,
but will be whole touted. Drive in
under the ihade trees.
IlkadoWS Sikd a Sptri
A LI aad gat descriptive literature and see machine work,
BRISTOW & JOHNSON
Mr. and Mrs. BUke and two
children have taken rooms In the
Mrs. Allen Learned left, Satur
day night for her home In Seattle
after a pleasant six weeks visit
with herparents, Mr. And Mrst,
A party wss given In Legion
Hall. Friday evening. In honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lundell.
The time ws spent in converse
tlon and dancing. Ice cream and
cake wer aerved to the gueste.
The bride received many beau
The Congregational Sunday
School picnic last Sunday wss a
very enjoyable affair. Five losds
of the church people motored to
the pleasant camping grounds on
Ditch Creek. Thiy took with them
well filled lunch baskets and plen
ty of ice cream.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Howk and
or, Allan, and Mr. and Mrs. P. J.
Linn, went a gypsyiug down the
Columbia River Highway, Sun
day. Tbey bad a happy picnic
(inner at Hood River.
Ola" Paritaa Law
A 811 Mm Hi ijnjr'a Joomrr. arrordlni
10 old I'uiilHn law. In a rue of nat-ee-
eltjp. waa ten ml lee. Himi bclut oo
hair of ao ordinary day's (oamey un
der old ratlom. which placed tbt
lenstb of a dare bwrne al 20 mllea.
CALL FOR BIDS
School District No. 35 will re
celve bids up to and including
Augusts. 1929 for the following
proposed Bus Routes, all located
within the boundaries: of Dist 35,
fur the school year of 1929-1930,
service to begin Sept 2. 1929.
1 : From school house iu lone
to first bridge on Rhea Creek,
over O-W Highway and Rhea
Creek Market Road, thence by
dirt road to Beckner place on
Gooseberry Market road.
2: From the school house in
lone to the McCurdy place on
Willow Creek over the O W high
way thence over dirt road to the
3: From school house in lone,
north and east to the Fitzpatrick
place by way of the Mankin and
The School Board reserves
the right to reject any or all bids.
A. A. McCcaie, Chm'n.
Dilla M. CoktoN. Ckrk.
Sevtn room house on Third
Street, wired fur electric lloht
auiu uiucu iuj water, lmiiuud in
stalled. Come and make me an
offer. I waut to leave here next
week See me at Walt Corley's
J. F. Haynle
DAVIDSON -MORC AN
At a quiet home wedding, on
Wfdnesday evening, July 81,
Mitts Thelma Morgan became Ihe
bride of Mr. Thomas Davidson
The marriage was solemnized at
9:00 In the evening at the home
o' the groom's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. L P. Davidson The simple
but impressive ring service of
the Congregational Church was
read by Rev. W. W. Head. Only
the near relatives of the bride
and groom were in attendance.
After the ceremonyrefreshments
were served and hearty felieita.
tlons extended to the bride and
groom who are departing for
Cleveland. Ohio, where Mr. David
soa haa a responsible portion In
chemical engineering division of
a gas corporation,
They will make the trip -from
lone to Clevland by automobile.
Scientist aajri tit) par cent of aa are
mentallj defective, and oar hope H
that tha other 10 per cent will go 'way
o me where and Sock by themeeltea.
We Ilka nt aa are are. Philadelphia
MISS CHANDLER HONORED
A party of thirty five Ladies
gathered at the home of Mrs.
Henry Kreba at Cecil on last Fri
day afternoon for a misrelaneous
shower in honor of Misa Myrtle
Chandler. The young lady was
the recipient of many beautiful
gifts. At the close of the after
noon, dainty refresnments of ice
cream, eake and punch were
served. Ladies who attended
from lone were; Mrs. Bert Mjb
on, Mrt J W. ITowk, Mrs. S E.
Moore, Mi F.cd Mankin, Mra.
W. E. Bullard. Mrs. A. A. Mc
Cabe, Mr. C. F. Feldman, Misa
Hasel Feldman, Miss Katherine
Feldman and Mrs. Elmer Grifitb.
Albert Petteyr received a bro
ken arm laat Friday when lad
der fell with him as he waa at
his work at Jordan Elevator. The
fracture ia just above the wriet
on the right arm.
Flovd Barnett la here visiting
his mother, Mrs. Charley Nord.
I- R. RODISON
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Bosch 6C Dixie
Carried in Stock.
Old Sllb Rawotew
It la reported thnl prorata haa
lieen perfected la the Imperial Be
aearch Initltnte, Oeaka, Japan, where
by discarded allk nay be pal throafh
a chemical proceaa that changes II U
a liquid form, than to a Jolly, than to
a plaaile enbetaoca Ibat can ba Bide
Into Uireivdi (or weaving.
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NOTICE 18 HKHEBT OIVKN that tha
andfralaned will recdve Maled bide un
til 10 00 o'clock A. U , tha 7th Ur of
Auauat, Hit. and Immediately thwMf
ter Ihe blda received will be publicly
opened by the County Court at the
Courthouee In Heppner, Oregon, tor the
urcheee of an tuue of bonda o( Mor
row County for the construction of
permanent roade therein In the lum of
Sixty Thouiend Dollare (.uoui, aald
bonda to be In denomination of One
Thousand Dollars (tl.OCXI) each, num
bered 1 to eO Inclusive, to bear dste of
August 1, 19M. and to mature aerially
In numerical order at tha rata of Three
Thousand Dollars ttS.OUO) on fie first
dsy of Auaust of each of the yenre
IVlS to 164 Incluslfa, e..d bonds to
beer Interest at tha li.tr of nt W m
ceed five per cent (6) per annum,
payable semiannually on the first dsye
of February and Auaust. principal and
Interest payable in United States fold
coin at the office of the County Treas
urer In Heppner, Oregon, or at the Fis
cal Agency of the Ulate of Oregon la
New fork City.
All bids must be unconditional and
accompanied by a certified check for
The Court reeerrea tha right to reject
any and all bids.
The approving legal oplalon of
Meeare. Teal, Wlnfree, afcOullocb
Bhuler will be furnished the success
OAV If. ANDERSON,
County Clerk, Heppner, Oregon.
Three Day Cleaning Service
Work reaching us by Wednesday
noon will be returned Saturday.
ALL WORK GUARBNTEED
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