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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 20, 1929)
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Published Every Friday by .
W. W, Head, Editor Publisher.
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Three Montlu 0.M
Entered as second Clnss mailer at
the postof Ureal lone, Oregon, under
act of March 3. 1S79.
Friday, Dec. 20, W29.
brother, Mr. John Will
Francis Ely was suffering last
week from a badly sprained ankir
received while in basket ball
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Christ
opherson have gone to Merced,
Calif ruin, for a visit with Mr.
Mrs. Lena Ltiet!ell was hostess
to the IVst Crand Club of the
Conlinu&i from Pi. 1
Miss Hizel Feldman; an lone
girl who was a Senior student at
Oregon State College has been
pledged t Kho Chi, an honor
society in Pharmacy.
Mrs. Joru Glasscock, of Port
land, Mrs. Tempa Rhodes' of
Everett, Washington, and Mrs
Eva Johanson, of Astoria, passed
through lone Sunday on their
way home from Spokane, where
they had been for the funal of
Jjhn Glasscock, the huiband and
father, who died Sunday, Decern
ber, 8th. in Portland
At the regu'.j: meeting of the
Dorcus Society helJ TiitifsJiy at
the Congregational Clmidi, llie
following officers were elected for
1930. Mrs. Mary Swanson, Pres
ident; Mrs. Lydia B islger. Vice
President; Mrs. Lillian balsiger,
Secretary; Mrs. Jennie McMuiray
Mrs. Ed Dick entertained at a
very pleasant little bridge baity
last Friday evei.ir.c it her hon:e
on First Street. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cotter,
Mr. and Mrs, Bert Mason. Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Brown. Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Lieuallan, Mr. and Mrs.
R. M. Brown, M ss Hildrgarde
Williams and Mr and Mrs. Dick.
High scores were irade by Kt.
and Mrs. Mason.
. Mrs. Robert Mathison departed
Thursday of last week after a
Shaver, Mrs. Bernic Blackwtll,
Mrs. Etta Howell, Mrs Gladys
Drake, Mrs. Clara Howk, Mrs
Ada Brown, and Mrs. Elvena
Beeztey wU was an invited guest.
During the afternoon the box of
fruit was packed which the club
Is sending to the Odd Fellow's
home in Portland. The drawing
was held on the Rayon bed spread
which the ladies had been raffling
off. Mr. Emil Swanson held the
Rebekah Lodsie last Fridav after
noon. The ladies present were:"1" number-
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four tunad tgia of rnlio trqvmfy ert .le
Majtic to produce tlie mt txwrrful and
elective radio let tver built. Mointrly tut
hum and no ewllottan at any wive Itrt'J.
Auto-niio trntiiivity cwtrof give umiorm
aemitlvtty and amplification in boh hmu ai
low wave Irngilu. Imprweit ,;jitti'; Sm4r
Dynamic 6peik?r. r.stro hcvy, iUa-.!
iritic Poww-Pflc!:, v,it!t positive vjUife-ria'-Bt,i"MuMtU'tnz
life and uifct". fatty tiu'fth
dMt.t csbtnet of Amcritan W'nut. Inim
ment pvntl overbid vith Rnuine in (toe ed
Australian I.arcwood. Eac'i'.'lieun Jiiatj and
knob liaithed l i gc.muw iuttt.
th:, ir.cr.fh Thomas A. Edison gave li!s frit
pu"!: cbnmstraVon of lighting with incandes
cent lamps. Special trains were run toMenlo
Park, New Jersey, to care for the crowds, who
;zr.l;d to see this wonderful new light.
No one man has ever given a great people
so wonderful a Christmas gift. Today there is
scarcely a hamlet so small that it does not
receive electric service.
There is no Christmas gift as welcome today
as some electrical device for use in the home.
Their name is legion and there is something
within the reach of almost every pocket-book.
DR. J. L CALLAWAY
I'hont 93 Hi-bpntr, Oiricon
: Dcrmatician :
It pays to look well.
"Specialist in Bobs"
First National Bart: BUg
i When You Visit Hcppner
I Eat At The
Good Meals Best of Sen ice
jj A.D.IMURD0, M.D.
;: Physician And Surgeon
Oflice In Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
A. H. JOHNSTON
Physician & Surgeon
Want your cream. We
Market Price at all times.
PACIFIC POWER & LIGHT CO.
Heppner - Oregon
F. H. ROBLNSON
Attorney & Counselor
W III I'riicllre III All Thf C'ftiirm
i lviorrow lo. creamery
Before contracting or
selling your wheat it Will
pay you to see L. Balsiger
representing B. G. and Co.
Fresh and Cured Meats, Butter and Eggs.
i We Buy Cream for Swift & Company, ::
t Why not SslI Your Cream in Your Home Town?
Real Estate Insurance i
mi Mm I tires
jone - Ore
X Ray DIAGXOSIS
Office; Odd Fellows HIJ'g.
Heppner Oregon rfi
Hfppner, OreKon, .
Dr. C. W. Barr
Phone M 1012 Cue Apt. HMg.
Evening! and Sunavby spiiointincnl.
STRAUSS & CO. '
Grain Dealers, of Portland, Oregon
Will Be Represented this Season by
W. M. Eubanks
It will pay you to see him before you!
sell your wheat.
Get a FREE Home Dcr.or.sL'uci'ja
This machine ut only $116.03
Can you finJ n hctter buy In :
any radio. Heailqimtg atOsiar
"ILNE BLACKSMITH SHOP"!
We are prepared to take care oi your
shafting requirements by the Installation of an
electric key way machine and a stock of shafting
in a wide range of sizes. We also have a list of
second hand combines for sale. Agency for the
Harris Manufacturing Companies new combines.
.j& J. P. O'Meara, Proprietor j&
cater to the patronage ol those who
wish first class accommodations.
Cole Smith, Manager.
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERI0R
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES,
MYERS PUMPS, bTAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WAGONS.
PAUL G. BALSIGER
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