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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 29, 1929)
The ninth annal Rebekah Con
vention of the of District No if)
was held In the Masonic hall at
lone, Oregon, Nov. 23, lit2.
At one thirty o'clock p. m. the
mct'tlnttby Bunchgrass No. til.
After the opening the meeting
was turned over to the Conven
tlon officers with Sister Mary
S wanton a I the presiding officer.
After the regular routine of
business was carried through, the
Rebckah Assembly President,
Mrs. Hallie Ingle, was Introduced.
The Address of welcome wa
given by sister Vida llcliker of
Unnchurass No. 1)1. Sister Emma
Peck of Holly No lo! made an
Reports of the various lodges
showed the following membership:
Hcppner, 13(1; Lexington. 51); Mor
gin. 1); Ihrdmin 48; lone, 119.1
Neither I lardman or Morgan were
represented at the convention.
An interesting talk given by
Sister Ingle on how we may In
crease interest and attendance.
Bunchgrass No. 91 then draped
the Charter in memory of Bro.
George Sperry of Sans Souci No.
IONE, OREGON FRIDAY, Nov. 29 , 1929.
Personal Mention '
Carlton and Norma Swsnion
departed Tneaday for Seattle,
where they will visit relative
and friend. They plan on heinjr
The Carnival which was given
Friday evenlnir by the hiih was
well patronized. About $111.(0
were taken in. Out of thin amoul
the young fo'k3 hope to clour
Mr, Bnl Mm. Carl Feiriman
motered to CraHS Vallev Satur
day, Nov. 16, for a visit with
their old frienba, Mr. and Mrs.
John Wilt. They found the Will
family in good health and wind
ing to be remembered to their
many frienda here. Mr. and Mr.
Feldman relumed Monday.
Mr. anb Mra. Koy Lieuallan
James ilardcaty has sold hi
property in Morgan and he and
hia family have moved to Carnal,
Leading Sanfeona of the world
are now advising you to keep;
your tonsils by having them re
stored to natural size and func
tions. Dr. J. Perry Conder ha
been hoing (hit for 21 years in
L'-JJ .-iE.il J! ...J. Ol -
The severe cold weather of last
week was responsible for a wood
ly number of frozen and burstvrf
water pipes and frozen car
radlbrs. The last of the week the
weather moderrted and on Sun
day afternoon a little roin fall.
W. K. H.illarb nun been named
as chairman of the Hed Cross
rlrive ror lone and vicinity.GWe
him your dollar and help the good
work along. . . l
warenct iNemon wno nas oeen jn(f Saturday.
in me veteran s nonpitai In
Portland, returned Friday to
his home south of lone.
The first dance under the
manaaement of Cole Madsori ar d
his dance orchextm, The Black
Cats, of Hepgner was given In
the old Kink, Satuaday night.
h ee Hat aitirr'irt rt oi t a!
good attendence and a good tim, 1
The next dance will Le Thanks I
ily onto the Urn blow lone ATTENTION, TURKEY
recently rented by his brother,
Mrs, Warren Crutcher and three
We will have arepresenta-
children of Hriahtwond. Oregon, U,M7 7
are vifiihing Mr.. Cruel herV ,.ar IonC Market Dec. 5, to receive
ents, Mr. ano Mrs. Wtto Lindisf. -urKeys tor eastern snipment
rom. They arrived the Jirst of
last week and except to remain
until after Thanksgiving.
Mr. Kngelman and son Gene,
J drove to Spokaue Friday return
I Mr, A. A. McCahe hasrelurned
.from Hidaway Springa where he
'had lieen for the benefit of the
loath. IU it feeling much rfetter.
j At thesppcial school meeting
,of District No. 35. held at the
, school house Monday afternoon,
Nov. 23. a heavy vot9 was cast
i8?sinst the gurchaee of block
No. 2. Sperry a 4th addition. A
strong majority vote was cast
Bring your turkeys dressed;
see them graded and weighed,
and receive your check. One
Day Only. Phone us for prices.
Peterson Bros., lone, Ore.
giving night. The dances cloMj for the buoget as prepared by
at midnight. Mrs. J. E, Grlmcsithe levying h'trd.
and Mrs. Helen Farrens re The removal of your child's
; adenoids should be a bloodless
'and iainl ss operation done bv a
serving the lunches.
To make sure that your rinjt physician who know how.
gist will be in your neighborhood J . -Dr. J. Perry Conder.
when you most need him, go to;
him for such of your everyday
needs as he can supply.
Pro. lleadgaveatalkonTriirdiorro County. Adv.
ship Love ami I ruth.
A much appreciate b talk was
givt-nby Mstcr Florence Hughes
on "The Value of a Cood Degree
An Invitation was extended and
accepted to nieit with lleppncr
next year. .
The following officers were elec
ted for the coming year.
Chaiiman Llla Bengt; Vice Chair
man, Sister Ola War J; Secy Trcas.
Sister Sadie Sigfbtc
A llounteous banquet was serv
ed at C:30 by the membtrs of
Bunchgra No. 91. at 0:30 and
was greatly tnjoyed by ail.
The following program was given:
Vocal by Sister Lillia,. Turner
Reading by Sister Ih'.h Corson
After the t veiling t pining Sans
f o ce No. S3 gave a beautiful
drill. 'Streets of Memory", and
then confered tne degree to two
members of Bunchgrass Lodvie
T.ie president Sifter Hallie
CALL FOR COUNTY
The Social Civics Club of the
lone School wishes to express to
the people of the community its
appreciation for their assistance
nd support of the Club activities
A Minstrel play followed by a
County fair vid be given bv the
lone grade school Friday evening,
Willows Grange had t good
lively business meeting Saturday
evening. Several candidates be
came members of the grange,
some by re instating and eight
een by initiation. Several can
oidates are still in waiting for
degree work, which will be ex
emplified at an early date.
On Thanksgiving a big com
muni'1 irner was served at the
Grant e ii-'!
Oi J. ti-rJa night. Nov. 30th,
a basket social ard dance will be
held at th grange hall at Cecil.
All Grangers will be welcome al
so guests presenting written in
vitatiens signed by a Granger,
December, 6. The proceeds are J
to furnish drums for the school . returned last week from a
hand. -- Come!! Bring your ant visit with
smile; park your crouch at home, Weston.
AO Crural fuai f imnd of Morru Count?.
"Bally" Hayes left last week 0ro, irfiumd btfurt the preww Am,
for Yakima, Here he will be join wiU f """" th. ofTmafrU
I.. i - i.l. . ' Caaotv TruMirtf oa ar tfir Dccmbrr IS. 19V1.
itru vi joiiii muiraii dnu me j . '
Vuti it HcppMr, Ortfia, Nottmbtr 26,! J
will spend the winter trapping in
i the state of Washington
On Wednesday of lust weet
Ralph Ledbetter moved his fai
HAVE YOUR CLOTHES
Leon W. Vkiw.i,
10 per cent
For CASH over the
counter, on any pur
chase of fifty cents or
Over, Except Films.
Toys, Stationery (EL the
Majority of Xmas Gifts Will
BE ON SPECIAL SALE
No Extra 10 per cent Discount on
Special Sale Items.
BULL ARD'S PHARMACY
' ffift ofLs
AMMUNITION YOU CAK. SHOOT WITH CONFIDENCE
There it plenty of action when a
i plenty or action when a phranant lluihei! And
he'i much harder to bag than he looki to be becaate he
it so liable to f lanh at long range.
You need a fhrll that will reach out and get him. That't
why you ihould ums IVtcri High Velocity an amazingly
Ions range, hard hitting nhcll loaded and tcitrd by
meUiodi excluiivcly controlK d by Peter.
You con thoot High Velocity with perfect confidence
that it will do iu part to bag your pheanant if you do
There are many other articles in our atore which will
contribute to the auccesa and pleasure of your hunt we
are hero to serve you.
BRISTOW & JOHNSON
Phelps Funeral Home
Located in Mahoney Residence: Southeast Ueppner
Licensed Embalmer-Lady Assistant
Sedan Ambulance Service
Cut Flowers for All Occasions.
IS TO GIVE YOU FULL UALUE
FOR YOUR MONEY.
LET US PROVE IT TO YOU.
IILMMIML'U IJI AXTIM- I aim7
i ?n -l' a frfl-i M;..Ci...'ii... M.U.f JLi-U--!1---
. R. ROBISON
MACHINE . 1
In Eastern Ore.t
Most all sizes oflG
Piston Pins and? m
Rings carried InJ
Following the Thanksgivirg
sermon by Kcv. VV. W. Head gtv
cn Thursday morning at 11
o'clock, the Congrejational rto 1
;i pie had dinner in the church din $
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Mr. and Mrs. Geore Snyder j
drove to Portland I-t I rl''.iy.
They delivered lU Ciai.t Olden :
turkeys to the Portland market.
l thus combining busines and pleas
ure on the trip. 1 hey were accom
if, panied by Mrs. Carl Barlow, who
; who vimicu rciaiivis in I oniunu.
V The party returned home this
ft week. During the time Mrs. Bar
& low was away, her sister in law.
IONE - OREGON
Mrs Lee" Howcll, cared for har t
3FW WS? young son, Jackie.