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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1929)
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IONE, OREGON FRIDAY, Aug. 30, 1929.
HOME AGAIN FROM
Mm. Delia C rii", our 1'uoific
Tulrphi oiopiTkiur, tVurn!( hiHt
week and recoil that lit r vara
tion wan altogether a happy one.
She wan away five wet-kit, pend
ing part of the time at Die home
of her aon ami riuughter-in law,
Mr and Mr. Eld red Cornon, in
Chicago, and part of the time on
motor trip with them through
the a'atea of Illinois, Mimotiri,
Arkansas, Tenm-Hace, Kentucky,
Ohio, and Indiana. They vioited
many Interesting placet, among
them being several at ate capital,
a National i'ark in Arkanmn, ihc
locality in t e Ozark mountains
made famous by tUrold lit-II
Wrig t'a "Shepherd of the HiIIh"
and the Mamolh Caves in Ken'
tuck y . Will e un their tour of the
eaves they parsed near the Sanu
Cave where Floyd Col ffa lies
hurried. A place ol apecial intei
tit which they vituted in. Ken
tucky waa the old home of Abe
Continued on pajt 4.
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OLD HOMES REVISITED
The John Cochran and Holmes
dolman party returned the Firl
or leek'rl)maverypiea,a.,lhiir for ,Vnngyvania l0Bp(;fld
,..o trip. Ihey had iJeaUe8th,r;8 Tro4J(oll old
all the way. Ihey went V ! ,10ine. Mr. Tr,edson ha8 re,(ted
or roHHii i't uenn. niamooo L.uxe
and Crater Luke. They etopp'd
at Klammaih FalU and the Ore-
egon Cave They croHHed the
line into California, saw the won
derful redwood foreatand visited
Crencnit City. From there they
motored up the coast to Handon
they slopped at Kugene and at
Hrownsvllle and other points le
ore they reached I'ortland.
At many pointa along the waj
they visited with relatives and
fridnda. At Dallas thev had a
.leaaant visit with Mr. II0mr,
sister. Fifty-eight years ago Mn.
Cochran left her old home in
rWnaville. Throiigh all these
tore of the old hou.e and ha. had
desire to see the place attain
Un this trip she had the gratiti
Qmtlnued ony. 6.
I hare inn,
Pens & Pencils
sWi'i to Every Fum y &
ASK to Set Our -EOVSTMX
A rvAUTO I
innnvu vv o t
Mr. and Mis, Alfred Troedaon
unr) llVktmua 1i.rm U'ill ll'SVft
Ins farm and ho and his wife
(plan on yettif if all the plUBur-
they can out of their well earned
Ralph Manon has a new Kern
iriKlon Porlabletostart thcscheol
yeta with, pnrchastd through
Mr. and Mrn, Eiinha Sperry
and John I'. Louy motored lo
I'ortland, Tuesday. Tliey were
accompanied by Miss A. W. Nib
I in, who was returning to her
home after a pleasant visit
her Mrs. Sperry.
Mrr. Seymour Wiiion. who
have hre lookin'
lMr farming interests, eiarteo
'0n lh retur" trip to C.liforhia.
1 i ii(iihv. ntv win Rinn nvcr 11
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Portland for t visit with Mrs
I. It Kubison is a burintst
visitor in Portland the last o!
Mrs Laura Ward and son art
in town staying at the home of
Mrs. Willard Farrens. ' ,
Stanley Seely of Morgan, mr
prised his wife by presenting
hnr an Orthophonic Portable
J iViclrola, purdhased through th
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Agee and
daughtir, Btulah, left laxt week
J j o seek a new locition. They ex
fjpectto make their home somt
J place near Oregon City. The)
Ji traveled by Auto and visittc
jifirntwith Mr. Auee's brother,
f Aaron Agee, a&Boardman. Theii
2 I next stop w as at Lyle, Wash, foi
J U visit with, Mrs. Agee's parent)
TiMr and Mrs. Thornburg. ant
I from there they planned to go ti
X Stevenson, Washiugton, to sti
;Mr. Agee's two brothers and)
Miss Jobarna P. Stuzmann ol
Port and, arrived latt Friday am
' tor a few oaya wu the guest ol
I Mrs. Ltta Shippey. Mi'.s Stuz
mann is an intimate friend ol
1 Mi-s Florence Shlppev, also oi
M'urlland. She is on her way U
New York City on J stopped ovet
ir. lone that she might have th
pleasure of meeting her friend'
Mr. Nolan Page of Iowa City,
ilowa, arrived, Sunday, for a
visit with his parents, Mr. anc
I Mrs. Laxton Mc.Murray. Mr.
Page is doing graduate work at
;the University of Iowa, and as
sis i ig in hydraulic research con
.tucted by the United StatisDe
piatmentof Agriculture in con
junction with the University.
Tne McMurray clan held a
f.mtly dinntr, Sunday at the
A $250 value to. be sold at a
eacrifice for a quick turn, $17.1
terms or $150 cash. Apply to lone
t . R.
Bosch 6i Dixie
Carried in Stock.
Loren Hale home on Second
Street. Those present wore as
follows: Mrs. Emily McMurray,
Mr. and Mi a. Lonn Halernd
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. 1. It.
ftobison. Mr. end Mrs. Ralph
Harris. Fred Mc Murray, Hazel
and M S. Laxton
McMusray, Nolan Page and Mr.
(j!aence McMuiray and children,
Edna, Gertrude, Bilti end
Wayne, from Mullan, Idaho.
' W. E. Ahalt returned last
wek from a visit of six weeks,
Mth his son, Byron Ahalt, whorom Andy Douglas. This land is
resies n Idaho. Mr. Aha't says in Twp. 1, South. Range 24 E.,
that he reachee his son's ilacelaod is the place now being farm
just in time tow sis! in pultiigie,by Ralph Ledbetter.
up the. second crop of Alfalfa and ff yQur chilJ is troubltJ wkh
to heJp ,n the Apncott harveetJaJenoidsseeDr ConJer whowj
Mr. Byron Ahalt has C5 acres of rt,move t,)em wilhout he use of
irrigated land with a never ' 8,1 a knife. -Adv.
ing supp'y of water. W. E. Ahalt '
made the trip with his son-inla j Wheat treating, -the implements was given away by her brother,
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. and the materials at P. C. Bakig George Chandler. During thecer
Mirtin of California, who are tr'- Continued onPg.4.
and Mrs. Cc'e SmMi, W.
Smith and Miss Marcia
Smith drove to Portland last
wo k. They took Mi?s Smith thhl
far on her t'ip to Tacoma, where
lit go?s to resume her work as
teacher in the Allen C. Mason
Junior High School.
W. F. Hcney and son. Jchn
limey, of I'ortland, were busi
uess visitors in lone, Friday.
Adelle, the little daughter of
M'. and Mrs. Ross Perry, died
Mnnday, Aug. 19, at the Heppner
Hospital. Adelle had been ill
tince June. Her age was seven
eleven montes and three days.
Funeral services were held at
tha Congregational chnrcb. in
lone, Wednesday, August 21, at
2:30 p. m Interment was mado in
ho I. O- O. F. cemetery. Rev.
vV. W. Head, pastor of the Cor
tregational Church hai
of the funeral services.
265 Acres Summer Fallow
Inquire of R. L. F.kkberry,
High grade piano near lone.
Will sacrifice tor quick sale.
Write to Tallman Fiano Store,
Vegetables Galore :
You can get most anyhing you 1
need in the vegetable line and get :
it fresh from the earth or the vines!
at my place, J mile down the high 1
way below the elevator. And I Mil
not be undersold or halfscultd,'
1 but wili be whole sotiled. Drive in
under the shade trees.
IraUnd'i Ftmoui Hill
Turn U lliu inline of a lilll In I'ou '
Mchlh, Iroliiiul. It win here thut i'ih
t'.l 'i;!!!.!' i-orv'x'lrn rf t!'r lr!h M: :
mi' .1 1 -'i. I l I'll. mi I ill li
nlioiil WH) Jt. C According to I ,i
dll'lon I lie pnlnce of Tura win 000 t
fiimre, rniitiilnlng 1.10 npnrtmonli u, i
i I'iO (lormllorlei. Tlie enrljr klni;i
I In'lnnil were mid to be crowned here
. nml trnilllliin furllier ttuttt thnt Turn
1 at tlie time of the trlvent of St. I'm.
Pl.k In liHtlillul K'llH tllA ni'lnplniil Bunt
Tt 1 of Diulillmn In Irvlnnd. It I unlit to
t '. have been nhanilonril Ihrnugh the
i cui'sc oi ni. niiiiiniii, ixA, od accouni
of Hi Itlulntry.
I Ambtr and rVUcrtcttuma
r i Aniher enn be it nilo to ii.:-n wlu.n
..liented to a high I . m . i l i:n- i: t!iu I
4- nlr. It Is a fi'Ksll rexlu from trcet.ol !
the pine ruiiiny nnu ia aug up rnnn i
the iluirel of the llalliu ncn and th
North ea and a few other plncoi. It
la a compound of carbon, hydroKi'ii
nml oiyjii'ii. MiH'rgclinum la a com.
pound of niimiionlinii, nlllcon n ml ox.vgi'n
mid rcacinhlci a while cluy. It li
found chlelly In Aula Minor, whern II
ocelli's In iirnswa of clny. Of cmnn.
the only connection between the two
aulmtunces It the fiut thnt they are
B. S. Akers returned, Tuesday,
io his home in Portland. While
hnre he closed 8 deal .whereby J.
E Swanfon and Ed Dick become
,o.-ners of a half section of land
j nine miles northeat-t of lone.
Sanson and Dick have been
i farming this land during the
Robert Smith and sons have
purchases two sections of land
Work reaching us by Wednesday
noon will be returned Saturday.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
John SKuZeski, The Tailor
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The marriage of Myrtle Chan
dlerand Elvin Ely wassolemnized
last Wednesday evening nt the
spacious home of Mr. and Mrs.
Geoige Krebs of Cecil, the Rev.
W. W. Head of lone officiating.
The bride, who is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Chanaler,
wore a dress of whit satin georg
ette with veil and carried a large
bouquet of sweet peas, lillies of
the va lc) and nrid losebuds. Tbe
groom -v s it s edin convention
al man nt r. Ine wedding march
waa played I y Mrs. John Krebs.
Miss Eiii.Ii Liy,- sister of the
groom, acted as bridesmaid, Mr.
Elmer Peterson served as best
man and little Margaret Ann
Krebs was flower girl. The bride
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