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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1929)
IONIC, ORECON, FRIDAY, Aug. 23, 1929.
The yranu: mill u.im, cmnpoa
ed of the youi'K folks of the
KruiiRi', tiBd Iihcii practicing Sat
iii-iImv evening. Tlie drill In quite
lit'Hitiful and in to lie imui a
pint of the lecturer' program
n xt Saturday evening. Stvernl
pmiio't'lectioriH, couple of Bkitc,
buHH ioIo. dia'tg mid a paper
entitled, "Magic Adventure of
Summer Daya". will mHke up
Thin being the regular meeting
of the grange, there la some html
nefifl to attend to and a cIhhh to
initiate beHidei tl.c regular rou
tine. Icecream and cuke will be
inrvel fur lurch. Grangers plcake
be preaent and do your hit!
I)r Clarke. EYK SIGHT Sflv
CIALIST. in lone. Saturday, Aug,
21th. at the lone Hotel
FMEND3 OF F A. LUNDELL
Mr. K A. Lundell was coin
pleialy aurprixed lam Saturday,
AuguHt 17, when twenty eight
ot hiH Hernia and telativeit came
to spend the afternoon with him,
the fCi'aaiori wan hln 81 it birth
day. I he aelf in vitt d inimta
brought do ieious refienhnier.U
which were nerved at the dote
of apli BHant afternoon. liettides
Mr. Lundell, thoe present were
Mr, and Mia E. It Lundell and
Milered Richard, Helen and Nor
ton, Mia. J. E. Swanson and Eva
Norman and Beverly June, Mi.
C. W. Swanaon, Mr. and Mrs.
Cunlinuvd onl'y. 6.
IQNE SCIIQQL TO OPEN SEPTEMBER 2
Prospects Favorable For Banner Year. Outside
Districts Sending In Pupils.
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II I J V
It mmmiji if V ill
Md. and Mrs. Charlea Chick
of Eugene. werecallingonfriends
here, Monday, They were mak
a motor trip to Spokane and other
Mra. Carl Leathers of Monu
ment visited, Friday, with her
mother, Mm. J. E. Grimes. Mr.
Leathers is here driving truck
to Mr. Grimes.
Guests in tha I. H. Robiaon,
ho ne. Sunday and Monday, were
Mr. Kobison'a titter in-law, Mrs.
Irwin Kobiaon, and his aister,
Mrs. George GhbS, of Marybill,
Waahington. When they returnea
ho ne i hey were accompanied b
Mibs Elorence Kobiaon who has
A $250 value to be Bold at a
earn fire for a quick turn, $175
School will be opened at lone the rhtrning of September 2nd,
P.nm inndtr .nr'Kf 1 1.1c rnmi'nff tfpxr t&'itl hp 9 hannpr VMf Qpvpra!
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outside districts are planning to send their children to the lone 7f," . un" ?er' T we
.. ...... After a week'astay it, Marvhill
school, wegiadiy weicr me mem ine scnooi wmopen wun aspien-iMigi KabUnn m.
i - . as v r a vi tianu
FATAL AUTO ACCIDENT
Youngest Son of Prof, and Mrs.
Glenn Burroughs Killed
Last Wednesday, Mr and Mm.
French Burroughs received word
of thfc death of their grandson,
Uen Allen Burroughs, age 18
months. The child was the second
son ot Prof, and Mra Glenn Bur
roughs, who reide at Kirksville,
Mo.. vhereProf. Burrougbsintn
gaged in d JCiiional woork.They
were on t tiir way to Michigan to
spend it. . ir fiimmtr vacation
when 1 1 - - r t . with on auto ac
cident tn at resulted in the instant
death of t"M"eboy.The parents
had the Lj prepared for burial
and then started back home, tak
ing the little body in thecar with
ihem. After two days and two
nights of almot continuous driv
did corns of teachcts. to resume hpr unrli in ttia ;,'
The school law requires that entering pupils in the first grade Kol . .' I"""
L,0CI e Khoten. nf Salem I"""'-
shall be six years of age, However children will be accepted into the
terms w $150 eaah. Apply to lone first grade whose biathdays will be before the Christmas holidays. We
father and mothet and the older
Kodak on Vacation
Before you Ic. c he sure to stop here first.
Our line ot' Ki.J. l.s and Brownies is complete
and just the model you have in mind is on our
shelves now waiting for you.
It's all run with a Kodak and easy from
the first. ,
Bio:vnie cameras $1 up
Autographic KcJ.iki as low as $J
I I IE KODAK STORE"
Indei endent. ! reserve the privilege of not acceplirg a pupil who would do betttr
444.4hm.4..44. work by remaining out for anoth .r vear. Be sure your child will
1 , muke a strong pupil in school befrrc you send it. Bitter wait un:il
'seven years of age an 1 give the cl .id a strong start than to start tco
J early and always have it working under a handicap.
. I We especially welcome addilims to our High School Student
' IJ.Jy. If yon are planning to alter J bigh school, why not eome to
, lone. We can prepare you for college or give you a variety of courses.
I 1 Under the able leadership of Kinnc Ii J'mouse, the lone Student Body
promises to be a live wire.
The teachers for the coming : car will be as follows: First and
1 Second grades, MisKnight;Thirda J Fourth grades. Miss Hildegarde
I Williams; Fifth and Sixth grades. Mis Frieda McMillan; Seventh
and Eighth grades, Mrs. Harriet Bicwn The high school teachers
willl be Mr. C M. Daniel, Con.'i. Miss Irene Anders, and Miss
We are hoping for a great ;xar We earnestly ask for the X
c ) operation of all.
Continued on pagt 4.
Three Day Cleaning Service
Work reaching us by Wednesday
noon will be returned Saturday.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
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do with all your might"
TI IK electrical indjsiry has been following
this advice since the day in 1882 when Edison
placed h operation the first central station.
It is because it has always done everything
that the country has 19,000,000 electrified homes,
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It will continue to do everything with all its
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Will sacrifice lor quick sole.
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