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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1929)
Daughter of Former lone Pas
tor Married at Silverton
Friends here have receive
oH of the marriage, in July
f Miss Lois y vinsatone, daimri
ter of Rev. and Mm William
Living-done, to Mr. I. Taibort, o'
Hood River. The marriage cer
rnony was perform d by th
hri.lu'fl faffrioe ,r tha fnmilt
her vM3 Upon examin.lin home in Silverton. Mr. ,nd Mr8.
was found that he little Kl hd T.bort ri.ie in Hood River,
pushed a wad of .urn up into her, Lv ton n we ,nJ fav
nostril. It had been there aboui I . , , . ...
. . . . orably known here. Rev. Living
two months and had caused ?ome , ... ., , , ,
, , . j j.. tone and his wire having heir
infection. It was removed and the . . . . . .. . ...
trie: pa3iuiui.es ui uie vurisimi
THE IONE INDEPENDENT
Friday, Sept. 6, 1929
, ADDITIONAL LOCAL
Continued from Pg. 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Clfford Christ
opherson took iheir Utile daugh
ter to The Dalles this week to
consult a physician about what
the thought to bv a growth in
patient is recovering nicely. 1
I Rev. P. J. Stack, pastor of St I
Putrics Choi eh, announces that
Holy Mass will be said at the!
home of P. J. O'Meara, next
Sunday. Sept. 8th ar 10:30 a. m. '
and that a week's mission will
open on the same oate at the
8:3d Mass. (
The McNamer ranch moved. I
Ust Friday evening. It passed'
through lone, going east.
Mrs. Lloyd Cing had the mis-1
fortune to dislocate ber wrist,'
Monday, wbilecianking the r'otd. i
Nolan Page i visit. ng ihu:
week with friends in westesn!
Oregon and Washington.
W, . Ahait is quite ill. He i
under the care of a Heppurr
Mr. and Mrs. Chi 8. Dezell
motored into lone, luuieday pi!
Ust week and were the uutata
tntil Saturday of iirn. Lkzd.'e
sister, Mr. Bert .Mason. Tbe De
Xells have been located for sever
years in Spokane nut are now
looking tor a new location. They
visited in Seattle and Portland
before coming here.
Mrs. Albert Pelteys is in a
Heppner hospital for treatment.
It is feared she will have to un
dttgoa major operation.
A aon was born, Tuesday. Aug.
27, to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Led
better. The mother and baby are
being cared for in a Heppner
Principal Earle A. Brown,
wife and son, returned to lone
last Thursday to be ready for the
opening of school. Mr. Brown
eas been attending summer
school at the state normal school
A tout shrivel only through lu own
fault. Farm and Fireside.
J& Clark & Linn J&
Carpenter Work, Painting, Pa
per Flanging and General Re
in lone and Heppner for severa'
vears. They have been in Si'ver
ton since the firct of the yea
doing a similar woik, having on
church at Silverton and anothe
The Narre Tells the Story.
P. G. Cn's Lix
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School at 10:00 A. M.
Prayer Meeting, Thur.,7;30P. M
Rev. W. W. HEAD. Panto.
11:00 A. M.:C. L at 6:45. V M
Prayer Meeting. Wed., 7:3
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Prayer Meeting Thurs. Evening
C. E.:6:30; Preaching Service,
at 7:30 P. M.
Total precipitation 0.01
" "since Sept. 1 ... 6.4!
" " for the corres
ponding peiiod last year ... 5 4f
No of clear days 28.
No. of cloudy days I
No. part'y clouly 2.
Pevriling wind W
I.. K. HtirlilHon
Cooperative Observer V. S. If. H
Morgan, Oregon, Sept 1. 1929.
Finger surgery will heal your
tonB'l-i instead of removing them
consult a physician who believes
in conserving the natural organs.
J. Perry Conder.
wotici or bows a ALB.
NOTICE IS HERKBY G1VKN that
tht underilgned will receive eall bid
until W:uu e clock A. ML h 2nd day of
October. 19.1. and Immediately there
after th bids received will he publicly
opened by the County Court, at the
County Court Room In th Courthouse
in Heppner. Oman, tor th purchaa
of an Uau of bond nf Morrow County
for th construction of permanent mad
therein In the sum of Hllty Thousand
Dollara ttMUUU). raid bond to b In
denomination of One Thouaand Dol
lara ijluou) each, numbered I to SO In
clusive to bear date October 1. liCtl.
and to mature eertHlly In numerical or
der at the rate of Three Thouaand Mi
lan itsili on th nmt day of Octo
ber In each of the year 1936 to 19.V4 in
rlujive. aujd bond to bear Interejt at
th rate of not to exceed five and one
half per cent lfti,'Tl per annum, pay
a I It acn'i-ai.nunlly on th Drat day of
tpril ai d Octotter. principal ana in
tcre4t payable in United State (old
c In at the office of the County Treas
urer In Heppner, Ore.w. -
All blt muat be unconditional and
accompanied by certified check for
Th Court reaerve the right to re
ject any and all bid.
Th approving lecal opinion of
Kesr. T-al Wlnfr.-e -Cullih and
Shuler will be furnlrhtd the aucceaful i
tSKAL) OAT M ANDERSON. I
County Clerk. Heppner. Oregon.
IONE LODOE No.Uf), A. V. A A , M.
SIit every flrt and tlilnl Wpdnca
liaj otench month.
W. M.. Htrtaa HcCardy
Secy., W. E. BulUrd
l.H,nt Cliiipt-r No. 119 ). K.
UHPt the wcii lid unil fourth Tucn.
iliiy iileiii'li mm, nth
W. H..Uc7E. Hirbuo
Secy., Ruth Maioi
OREGON STATE FAIR
SCHEDULED FOR WEEK
Siilvm, Oro. The wealth of the agri
cultural anil Industrial proilucli of
the Korthweat will be at the Oregon
Stat Fair, S. ptember 23 to 28, which
promise to lit the largost lu history,
aet'ordliiK to Mr. Ella 8. Wilson, tec
reiary. Ruin or '..'uo, much eulertnlnment
la promlaed, a prnctlcnlljr all of the
exhibits and shows are given under
cover. The new M 50,000 grandstand
and exhibit building, to be dedicated
the first night of the fair, Is attract
ing much attention as one of the
finest structures In the state,
Races, both harness and running,
with entries from nearly all the West
ern states and from Canada, will be
held dally on the Lone Oak race track,
well-known for Its thrilling contents.
The Governor's Iierby, on Wednesday,
September 25, "Salem Day" will cli
max the races, when a silver loving
cup will bo nw.-rde! the winner.
A horse show of metropolitan pro
portion will be held nightly In the
big stadium under the management
of A. P. Flemmlng, well-known In the
horse-show world. He Is the manager
of the International Livestock, the Se
attle, the Palo Alto, and many other
shows. Horet t m r :iblt s repre
sentlnT the r... st U the country will
hi put through their rices en the
tan bark arc-?.
Boys ar.d girls from 4 H club In
every county of the state will seud
exhibits to the fair, and nany of them
will be preaent gnea's of the fair
board. Nearly fj.Ot'O In scholarships
and premiums and many special prises
will be offered them.
Premiums and purse amounting to
JSO.000 wilt be awarded the exhibits
and the races, and competition In
every department promise to be stiff.
CHILDREN TO HAVE DAY
Salem, Ore. Young Oregonians
from all over the slate will come
here Saturday. September 2S, the lust
day of the Oregon State Fair, as
guests of the state fair board. Sperlul
rates will be given school children
and adults on the bus lines and rail
roads for the day.
Special entertainments, exhibits
and parades are scheduled for the
young people, and particular atten
tion will be paid to the 411 club
is two and one - half
times what it was in
The price of household electricity
MAitt , 4 1 it-1 T"v C t.att4 al .ia 4"
is mm uue uiuu ut vviuu u wua ui
The average price of electricity
for home use in the United States
today is 25 per cent UNDER pre-::
The general cost of living remains
: at 70 per cent ABOVE pre-war costs. :
: I he constant decrease in tne cost :
j of domestic electric service exemplifies
i the principle that lower costs mean
X increased use and greater application
i of electricity in the home.
BUILT FOR STATE FAIR
Salem, Ore. The new 1 150.000
grandstand and exhibit building to
be completed for the Oregon State
Fair, September 23 to 2X, will be one
of th finest structures of its kind
on th roust.
Entirely of concrete and steel, with
a beautiful tan brocade stucco finish,
the building will seat (.000 spectators
of the races, and will house many
exhibits, Including those of the slate
The new dual structure will re
place the old exhibit pavilion, which
has stood for (8 years and has seen
the fair grow from a purely lucal af
fair fb the Impressive thing it Is today.
Dedication ceremonies, Including an
elaborate program, will be on Mon
day, September 23, the opening day
of the fair. This feature Is attracting
much attention throughout the state.
t PACIFIC POWER & LIGHT CO.
1 vySs s f4r
Use for Egg Timer
A f!elfnl (.Mnliii'i wiiiiiiin tin dla
covereij nmitlier nw fi.r mi v-m tinier. '
oil bull I nn I he 1 1 m-a of an hmir
glass. When ah puis In a lung dl
tanc mil uhli-li she lhes In hnld
to Ihre Milniiien n it. I mi mure, h
ets Ilia ms 1 1 met In fmni nf her
and It Is a aim- imllmtiit nf lheit.-et
lug time. I
SflCHAlL SUMMER FA71ES END SEPT. JO'
J. W. IIowk. Agent,
Oregon's Finest in Sheep to Compete at State Fair
m - - V - -
Mass every second Sunday in lone
during Nov., Dec,, Jaiw Feb., Mar.
" April and May at 10:30 A. M. in
the home of Mr. J. P. O'Meara.
' In June, July, August, September
anj October there will be mass at
9:30 A. M.
Rev.Thos. J. Brady, Pastor.
IONK I.OIMIK No. 13.,. I. O O. V
I .Meen every Friday evi'iilii(.
N C, H. G. Raakia
' Scy- Le HewtU
j llCNi'H UltAMS KKHKKAH No.ft
I ( . K. MeetH flrnt Mini tli.r.l
.Tlinrailii of eiii-li month.
N. &, Lucil Briilow
1 Sccy Verda BiichU
I0NF POST No. 91, Amnicae Ugios, awu
lh Mtond ind fourth Wcdondiyi of tch awnth.
CoaMMndw, E. G. Seerry
Fiaancs Ofticw, Jotu Firrii
Aiturion Ugios Auxiliary No. bmm ea lad
Wcdoidif of uch BMaih al S O) t. M. sij
4uS Tu'tidar al 2:30 P. H.
Pre., Margaret Blake
Scy., Glajyi Drake)
l . t5 ki '
; ii t v; $ u f: ' '..:r v
f,', ' Y iA 'Wl iJ-' J. , KZ ,S
A '' ! A'WJ Ml -v - iift.t.,i.' V " f-" -US 'it
Ployd Fog, Sllvirton, with on of hi champion Shropihlrts, a numbr of which h will bring for exhibition
this ysar, September 21 to 28. Thoroughbreds from all over th Northwest will b In Salem for th fair, which
promise to b th largstt In history.
' Love and :
b Romance i
, , a. j
j; By CORONA REMINGTON j
IT'S tlreiiilfiil tint to lie the lenxt hit
In love; not oven to have iiiiyllilnu
liiuiglng iirniiiiil to Mil In Invo with.
On every side, my fiance, my girl, my
IiunIiiiiiiI, my wife. Kverjhntly hml
aom'linil,v-eSiTit Vlnlelle Itiiiiimlnli ,
Then rnme J11I111 llmlges. Ho wullteil
Into her Ufa a eually anil unexpect
edly as well, its tiiimt lovers do. Th
niltiule ih saw hi 111 she knew h wn
going to propone to her,
"I'm mighty glad to meet you," lie
an Id, grasping her ' hnnd warmly.
There was something an nntuiieniiB
nnl niilgnl, g nlmiit hi nnturn linn no
one rnuld help liking Mm, unr feel nu
liked by hlitl.
"And so your nniee la Vlnle'irt
Slay t ui It)'' lie uked 11s I 117
"I -I'm J'lml you like II," ah Id,
after a nintiieiil, "Yea, you iniiy call
, t-i'r the girl nil life had clinn ed.
iTIie sun -eined to shliie with a l ew
alKhlllcanee, the flower hlnnined J.int
1 for her, Life wua so linporliiiit imw,
ao real, yet ao unreal. Could she be
the same glrlT Hurvly not. '
Hodge took her here, there ami
'everywhere. Each evening lliey were
; together nnd often lunch lime fiiuml
them sealed aeroaa the tnlile from
eueli other In aomo nulcl llltle renin u
runt. He wooed her liii'tiiiiiily, sent
her flowers and brought her randy,
"You're so good to tne," she said
gratefully one evening 11 he win ris
ing In go.
"Ilnw could mi) erne help being good
to your be naked.
Vlnlelle (limited anil trembled, lie
Was going to inime, ali'e knew. What
ahnnld he any? Wlmt ahnuld she ikT
"Vloletle, I I love you." , ,
Ho was drawing her Into hls'irViua.t
his ryes looked big and almost aliirt-'
led, ao rlnae lo ber a. "You lou-tf
tiling," be suld reverently, klsdlig her.
Later lu going over hi every word
fur the fortieth time It occurred ID
her that, after nil, lie had hot renllv
timpnacd. Unit la, he had tint actually
11 lit the words, but of murae he mean)
It; did he ineuu It? The real nf the
night was Hot ao pleasaut, and hy the
lime she finally fell asleep ahe wn
glad that she bud only let liltu hate
two llllle klaara.
The next Morning she was decidedly
uneasy, and she reiiu'inhered now a
'alight feeling, nut exnctly of lulatrual,
tint pertinps more a feeling nf not
complete trust, thnt she had always
had when she wn with hli-i. Hut It
as so sweet In be Invn!, and she
had lieen so lonely.
"What make you ao qui. : and sol
emn loilayT asked ber etnplnter. Jim
Koater. "You tlou't seem a bit like
your bnppy llltle aelf."
Vlnlelle flunhed and looked down
at her ljH"wrller.
"1 don't believe ll'a anything," she
"Well, If you need any help or ad
vice, Vlnlelle, rriueiutier Jim r'lwtcr's
Mhe flnahed him a grateful look and
turned In the Jangling telephone..
"Tills I John, durling." eiune the
voire over the wire. "I'm ao snrry
1 huve a businra rugareinent ami
can't get down to lake you to lunch
today. 80, so sorry, dear."
Ho she went alone at noon and
chnnred to go to a dnliiiy little leu
room a feiv blocks down the alrecl.
8 he would nu go lo any nf llielr I.,
vnrll buutils. It would make In r le.l
nil the lonelier. Mhe hud been silting
there a few minute when she rccng.
nixed the back In front of her a
John' own well-tailored bark. He wus
leaning across the table talking to a
f "Yon know I lov you," ah heard
him sny lo a low tone, and In her
horrified mind Vloletl could ae hi
rye allowing a they had when h bad
kissed her the night before. Hho
Jumped up aud hurried out of th lea
"Why, what' the mutter, Vloletl?"
her employer asked aa ahe rushed lino
the oillce. "You haven't been gone ten
nilntites and you look a If you'd seen
"Oh, nothing, nothing, nothing I" ah
walled, bursting Into tear.
"Well, there's only one place for you
lo rry, mid that's right here."
He held her quietly lo bla arm nnd
atroked her 10ft hair.
"You know," he wn anylng gently,
"you ueed a mini Ilka me to alioulder
your woes, and wlu-n you are tired of
running around with that he-vamp I'm
going to propose to you, dear. I've
been wnlchlng you, though, and I be
lieve In letting a girl have It out.
Sooner nr later you'll llnd out boa
not the kind for you, elae I'm very
much mlxtukcn In hint or you."
It was not miniihllc, till second
proposal of hers, but It wus ao com
portable and wife and good.
"I'm through," ho answered meek. '
ly a moment later. "I've found out,
but I would huve had to tinv Unit
II rat experience to be tittle to appn
clnlo you, I know now there' a hli.
(linVrt'iire betwren love and rnniiinee
Tliero' some lovo thnt' roiiiiince, but
there's a wliolu lot uf mum nee Hint
"Itlgbt you are, but our slinll hw ,
both," he promised happily. ,
Or a Situation
Marriage hus always been a Jo!,, a
profession If you want to give It .
thlgher sounding nume. Woniiin'a
. Home Companion.