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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1929)
IONE, OREGON FRIDAY. Dec. 13, 1929.
. 0. E. S. Elect Officers
At the regular mutiny of the
Locuit Ct apter No. 119, 0. ft. S.
hold Tuesday evening, Dec 10,
election of officers was held with
tha following mulls:
Anna Blake, W. M ; George Ely;
W. P.; Delia Mc Curdy, Asst. M
Harlan McCurdy, Asst. P.; Huth
M aaon, Secy . ; Clara How k, Trans. ;
Lola McCabe, Cond.f Grace Mile
ur, Asst. Cond.
The members of the Eastern
Star and the Masonic Brethren
will bold joint installation, Wad
nesrtay evening, December 18.
The regnlar rneeting of lone
Masonic Lodge was held Wednes
day evening-, December 4. At this
time thtre was election of offi
cers and the following officers
were chosen for the coming year:
John Kreba, W. M ; Earl Blake,
S. W.;. George Krebs. J. ft.; Lax
tonMcMunay, Treas.; H. D.Me
Curdy, Secy.; Victor Peterson,
S. D. Dhight Misner, J. D ; W.
E. Bullard. Sr. Stewero: Elmer
Griffith, Jr. Steward; Lou David
Ion, Tyler; R. E. Harbiaon, Chap
lain; George Ely, Marshal. The
event waa followed by afresh
elam feed which waa greatly en
Joyed by all present.
Rebekah Officers Elected:
Ruth Lundell, Noble Grand;
Amy Sperry, Vice Grand; Lena
Lunbell, Sect.; Etta Briatow,
Odd Fellow Officers Elected:
Frank Lundell. Noble Grand;
Richard Lundell, Vice Grand;
Ue Howell, Stc'i.;Ed Bri.tow.
Mm Horence Shippey has
returned to her work iu 1'ortland
after spending several weeks ir,
lona helping to care for her
mother, Mrs. Etta Shippey, who
has been III. Mrs. Shippt , in much
improved in health.
Last Thursday aferron the
Missionary Society of the Ceng re
rational Church held Ita regular
monthly meeting. Election ct
offlcera was held resulting an
follows. President Mra. Ma1 tha
Dick; Vice Preaident, Mrs
Jennie McMurry; Secretary
Treasurer. Mrs, Alice Peterson.
Tha neit meeting will be Jan.
Carlton and Norma Swanson
returned home Friday from a
pleasant visit in Seattle.
Miss Inei Adamson. who Is a
former student of the lona school
visited recently with Edia Ritchie
Mill Adamaon li now attending
school at Midvale, Idaho She was
accompanied by her father,
Willian Adamson, and the two
were on their way home from a
trip to the Willamette Valley.
Mrs. George Frank who recently
underwent a tonsil operation
Is now conalescing at the home
of her daughtea, Mrs. Henry
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bergevin
are spending two weeks in
Seattle with Mr. Bergevlns
Dr. CUrka of the Clarke ODtica
Co. 321 i Washington St , Corner
6th, Portland, Ore. EYESIGHT
SPECIALISTS, will be in lone all
wy na evening, Friday, Dec 13,
me tone Mot- SEE
a iuur YOUK EYES
HAVE YOUR CLOTHES
,The Willing Workera of the
Christian Church will have their
annual Christmas sale Saturday
Dee.21t. 1 .
The old shed owned by Mr.
Carlton and located just east of
the Masonic Hall, hat been torn
down and moved to the L. P.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Turner have
moved into the Morgan house on
Third Sireet. Mr. Turner is work
ing for I. R. Kobison.
John Cla&srock died in Port
land Sunday, Dec. 8th' at the age
of 68 years. Fnneral services
were hold Wednesday and Inter
ment was made at Portland. Mr.
CUsscock has been ill since
Thanksgiving day. He was a foim
er residents of Morrow County
and is well known here. He leaves
to mourn his Joss, his wife and
two daughter. Mr. CUsscock was
a brother in law of L. P. Davidson
Mr. and Mrs. Davidson left lone
Tuesdad for Portland to attend1
the funeral services. '
Miss Pearl Padpurg of Portland
was a week ena visitor at ire
Pdddurg ranch home on Rhea
CARD OF THANKS. ;
The lone Grade School wish
es to thank the commuvity for
or their help and patronage in
giving "TheMinstrel and Cou
ntry Fair" Dec. 6.
7th and 8th Crades .
The Dorcus society sale held
last Saturday in the Swanson
grain office on main Street was
wed patronized The ladies recei
ved about $65 00,
Mr. and Mrs.' Henry Peterson &
two children defarted last Satur
day for Mc Pherson, Kansas, for
a visit with Mrs. Peterson's moth
er' Mrs. J. Anderson. During
their absence Mrand Mrs. Walt
er Dobyns will look after the
Another ear load of turkeys
were shipped from lone Satur
day, Dec, 7, by the Frawley Clark
Company of Portland. This car
went to San Fransisoo. The birds
ware graded and packed at Walt
er Eudaoks ranch below town.
Tha car containeb 128 boxes,
weighing 15.108 pouds, and was
made op of mlxeb grades, firsts,
seconds, yonngan old tome, etc.
Another car of tnrkeye will be
shipped from here later.
Fancywork Sale i
The Baptist Lidies Aid Society
will hold a sale of fancywork on
Saturday, the 14 tb of Dec 1
AO ft aural had Varraau of Mama Camay,
OrtfM, npiuni aa ar Wum on piinl aVu,
wil kt paid m prn;;tioa a) tha afiict af tW
Caaat Traaaarar aa at afttr DacaaoW li, 1924,
at Wa au iattrtit aa and warraau ail caua.
Data1 at Hippaar, Onfoa, NaraBaar 2i,
, : Leon W. Bucca,
, County Tnaiurtr. W
Mrs. G. V. Pavne of Hillsborol
visited with her parents Mr. aud
Mrs. R. E. Harbison of Morgan
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Rev. W. W. Head had aa week
end gueat his son and daughhter
in-law, Mr. Mrr. John Head, of
Catblamet Wash. For six year
Mr. Head, Jr. has bee in tha em
ploy of the Warren Packing Co.
of Portland, ' Cathlsmet and
Alaska. While located at Catalan)
et he aerved in tha capacity of
machinist For one year ha was
located at Warrendale, Oregon
where he held the position of
manager, and just recently he
hag retnrnned from Bristol Bay.
Alt ska, where he spent the four
months of tbe fish packing season
working aa machinist .His four
months a pent in Alaska were in
Joint Installatiou at Lexington.
Wednesday, Dec. 4, Willows,
Rhea Creek and Boardman gran,
ire i met in joint session with tha
Lexington Grange, for the pur
pose of installing officeri.
The Pomona Grange Master
Charlea Wicklonder, acted as in
stalling of fieer and was assisted
by Sister Royal Rand of Board
man Grange and Brother Joe
Thorl urg of Lexington Grange.
Tl. rn;e!ine, whiehwaj public,
was !! .unded. .
Arter th installation, a pro
gram oi.att.ting of speaking and
tinging waa enjoyed. Special
stress waa put on the orrlgin of
tha Grange on account of the
nearnets of Fouuder'a Day. Or
vile Cntaforth gave a smmary of
the life of (th Grange from ita
Continued on pagt 4. ' '
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Hand Painted China & Novlties.
Many Items Marked Down
Ten per cent off on
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AllPricesare "Cash over the Counter"
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