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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1929)
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ONE, ORECON FRIDAY, Nov. 22 . 1929.
MRS. RALPH AKERS
DIES AT THE DALLES .
Funeral Services at the
Christian Church in lone
Muster Jane Akerg, wife of
Ralph A km, dit'd at a hoapitul
in The Dallcn, Friday morning,
Nov. 15, at the aua of 43 year
and 8 month. Funeral aervlcea
were held In the Christian Church
in lone, Sunday afturnoou, Nov
ember, 17. and inermttnt waa
made in the I 0. 0. F. cemetery.
The Hevertnd 1'aul DeF. Mortl
mora, paitor of the church at
Glaratonc, who was formerly
paalor of the chu'ch here, bad
charge of the funeral aervicea.
Mrs. Akerg was burn near lone
In lb tarlUU. Fhe waa maniid
In October l'J07, and united with
the Crintian Church in 1015. lier
death came followinu a liniierinK
Illneat.She lavca to mourn her
loaa, her buaband, two daurhtera
four Bona, her mother, Mm.
Mary Hall, seven druthers aul
four aiMtery, The church waa not
lorpe enough to neat the friends
who trathered to tav the laattrl
bute of rt-aptct to one they nad
known and loved. The Floral off
erinea wfrenmry ind vny b an
tifu'.l. Ilevcrt-i d Moriimore rlne
as the Scrii-tnre r-af1lpr Firai
Corinthian, 15, and bb hit text,
Tautm, 11C, 15; "Preciouain the
it ht of the L'irJ U the death of
hia aaints " A mixed quartette
ar.ff two r.umlcrp, and the rolo
numbers were by Mrs. W. E
flgllardand Itey. Mortimoie. Thv,
pallbearer, wfre, Ted Trodtre,
Lee Howel', Kdiacn Uorjfan, Hertj
MhitiM. Until Sanaon, tnd Tim
The aympalhy of the entire'
community is txUntd to the j
sorrowing family. j
Mr. Ulen Farrens of Hard
man, Mrs. Ellen Brenner of Port
land and Mixa Pearl Ball of Seattle
were In town the first of the
week, - ca'led here by the deatli
of their slater, Mrs. Ralph A kern.
Loyd Fletcher returned home
eti Wt-bnesday of last week. H
had been working in fruit har
vent Wanatchee, wash.
Mr, and Mrs. John Cochran
have none to Yakima, Wash, for
a visit with their two danjihters
We are all looking with happj
anticipation to the school Carniva
which Is to de given In the gym
nanium Friday evening, Nov. 22
Ming Norma Swansun is at
home again hfter a pleasant viait
in Portland and Salem, j
Huston Bryaon lias returned
from a trip to California.
Leading" Sjrgeons of the world
are now advuing you to keep
your t'inuila by having them re
stored to natural aize and func
tions. Dr. J. Perry Conder ha
been boing thii for il years tn
Morrow County. Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. Lfe Howell and
family motored to Pendleton for
Armistice day. they were accom
panted by Mrs. Howell's mother.
Mrs Marv 8. Barlow, who rem
ained in Pendleton for a more ex
tended vinit with her son, Ora L.
Barlow, , '(
Mrs. ft. E. Hnrbiaon of Morgan
was called to Greaham Wdnesv
day of last week by the death of i
1 . f . a . . . I.
nerpiaier. Mrr. L-ulu Hornlnff, Jin lone vineting in homea
wife of CO. Horning. Funeral, Mrs. Ford's sister, Mra,
Mr. and Mra. Ed Buschke and
family drove to Heppner Mon
csy euening for a brief vlail
with Mr. Buschke's sister, Miss
Mary Buschke, who was visiting
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Ben BCschke. Miss Buschke do
parted Tueaday. for her home in
Mr. and Mrs. Drone Ford of
Pen.lleton spent the week end
HAVE YOUR CLOTHES
services were held on Thursday
and interment was made in Lin
con Memorial Dark Cemeterv.
If II--L!. . . ...
inr, iiaruiHon returned io tier
home Friday. I
the minstrel show by (he
Ethiopian Knights" which was
to have been sponsored by the
Sinior class of the high scoit,
and goven Monday evening in
the gymnasium, was twcrl,
through some misunderstanding
to hive it's program in the O ld
Fellow's hall. The Odd Fellow 's
recieved 25 per cent og the f ro
ceeds. Those who were there re
port a good show and a goor.ly
number in attendante.
Mrs. Oscar Cochran retprnrd
last week from a pleasant visit
with her daughter, MrBSamVVr
field, who resides at Peck. Idsl o
C. A. Beck, formerly in Bu-i
nesas in lone, is now located in
Clarks on, Washington.
Tb Coed Old Data .
Uenihtn of (lie gold ruali n i!m
Black lllllt are to t preaervrJl In a
muaeua given Dendwood, 8. ltH by V.
E. Aduma, pioneer oierrhaat.
rarrens, and her
Mrs.Charley Nord of Portland
was gresting her many frsends
here on Satuday. Mrs. Nord.
who severe! weeks ago uner
want an operation in a Portland
hospital had been convalescing
at the home of her sistpr. M s
Mary Pief.-r. in Walla Walla,
and was on her way home.
Pay 10 Per. at Bullard's Phsr
The oil burner which was rc
:ontly installed in the lobby of
he lone hotel waa the came of a
tire there early Saturday morn
ing. Mr. Smith first started the
)il burner and then went to the
kstchen to start the fires theae.
hen he returned he that th oil
as feeding to frat and the blaze
as getting well under way. The
vail benind ihestoye was dam-
H-lfn.atfed somewhat, and a hole was
brother Blain burned in the linoleum. The
l greater damange was from smoke
and soot in the upper rooms.
Miss Elizabeth Khoten spent
the week end in Portland. She
was joined there by her mother,
whose home is in Salem.
SPECIAL SCHOOL MEETING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
to the legal voters of School Di
trict No 35, Morrow Count.
State of Oregon, 1UM A SPE
CIAL SCHOOL MEETING
said DiRtricl will be held at lor
School House on the 25th day o
November, 1929, st 1:30 o'clock
in the afternoon, for the follow
ing objects: to authorize thepn
chas of the following property
block No. 2. Sperry'4thadditiorJ
totH"rit7of lone, and to vo
on f p rro ltion of levying
special yi.vt tax, ,
Dated tM T'.h day of Nov., 1929
IV. '.h B. Maon
a airman Board of Directert
ATTEST: Delia M. Corcon
Tl Paitor Sa?ti
8ln U a gun ,,., ;nii hnrrtfi
thiin it liiKiti. John Amlrcw IImIiih
Trappcra Sijnal Flytra
Avlr.it furpat r.n gcrt of Alak
look out for tlie lonely trnpiiera vo
their trail. Smoke elstiula mnrey tl
atule of affalra no the ground.
Rlinli, (ht- while fpntlipr er.'U In
allowing rod.-Kurli: Jdifiu:!iie.
Mt !OI)l! R IIIICMJ ,I.V ',HI tilNl
i . Wimii it jo fjiijj uo aiini(i.K
MliiihiwAti a .itN xui ju nun
lll IV ltl1J" OJU iiMi fuNill
o'U hu.iiiii( oi.ii j.Hlr.lKrfu a titm
ou oi MH.i,jii i pinoa toj,
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