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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1930)
IONE, 0RI-C0N FRIDAY, Feb. 7. 1930.
Ground Hog Day
The Groi.nl i.oii mitibt haye
teen hia shadow it any tima t ur
Inn the diy, Snnday, In this .
callty, but If vv are to havn six
waeksmoraof winter, It is not
at ail tvidrr t U present. The
weather It like spring an. lh
now la almost gone. The ex'.rit
flow of water in Willow Cr-k
reaihed thi poiut at aix o'clock
Siluroa morninif and die cnai
of the hluh wster come at teu
o'clock. Kor an hour the creek
wan almost hank full of huge Ire
rakes and swirling muddy water
bringing the utual amount of
rubhlhh and atei.rh. There was no
r--'flo and l.-nct no damatri
lea i on the ranch above town.
Waffles Hot Cakes
on Cold Mornings
Who wantt them wl.hout
CUTTLR? Oura ii ddiciou
reth anJ t. mplinji. A Iw
iiakii you want more arid It 1
U worth it brcuie In exchange
I lor a few mor. c-ntt w give
yon BUTT-!- coo'sinlng theX
Cllrmin A of hta th.
It flavors other foods
"Thr la No Subatl
t4l for Good butter"
7 flit aJwrtitrmtnt It uxi"k,rU by
Hf Ottvvn Crramtry Optie.tu .isn.
"Any girl in need of a friend
writa to Adjutant Miss H. II
Allemann, The Salvation Army
Whit Shield Ho.ne.5G5 MavUir
Avenue, Pertland, Oregon."
Sale on Fountain Pens
Waterman, Parker and Durabilt at
$1.25 Palmers Lotion
A 1 .. . i. A O..U nnul 02:1 HO
$.75 1 lb. Hospital CottOll nOW $.45 t
$.50 Tooth Brushes, now
$.35 Tooth Brushes, now $.25
Also 10 percent cash discount on
medicines and sundries.
Bargains for cash.
HISTORIC TIMBER FROM
Mra. Urown t'icirr of the 7 and
8ih Kradef of lone School has
just obtained from the Natior al
Lumber Manufacturer Associa
tion, WaBhington, I). C , ar.
interesting souvenir of hiaioricai
i terest in the form of a block of
wood made from the timber of
of the wood trussts which weie
remove from the roof of tie
White House at the it war
remodeled two years ago. The
The block will be preserve end
kept as a permanent display at
The following story gives us
the history of these timber?, and
an interesting description of
events at time they were install
ed in the Executive Mansion.
In a atorehon.t of the Office
of Public Buildings and Public
Park in Washington, la an
ancient wooden roof tru's .j'j.t
old timber until! jou know it
But as toon as Lt. Col. Grant
III, chief of the ot f ice, can from
a suitable lace to house the
the tt will come fourth prouril)
from the old lumber pile and te
eihioit.d as one of the nation's
Contmutd from I'll. I
on your .
HAVE YOUR CLOTHES
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REVERSES OLD IDEAS
Business Institutes Use the Plan
of Getting People to Think
Rather Than Merely
Tli nr Is one general principle it
ths bull ot ill good teaching and (t
Is Ik it a prnna loarns mors .va.llr
by assimilating the experiences arhich
be himself encounters tlian In any
othur way, says Harold Stonier, Na
tional Educational Director ol the
American Institute ol Dunking. Tlile
Initltnte Is the educational section ot
the American ilunUere Aoclat!on
througb which 15,000 bank nion and
women are receiving sclontlllc Imir io
tlon lu their chosen business.
"The nioit advanced people In
teaching today are emphasizing the
Importance ot activity on the pert ot
the student," be aaye. "In the ichcil
room ot former days we cften herrj
ucb phrase as, 'lie still,' 'Learn by
heart,' 'Don't do that. 'What docs t it
book aayf The ntwer education
aiks. 'What do you tulnkV 'What a
your reaction to that experiment V
What did yon discover?,' 'What r a
sons havs yon tor aotwerf
The New School Calle tor Actio f
The 'expreejlng school Is trl'M '
the place ot the repressing- and y.y !
tenlng school. Tbe classroom ,6 !
coming an open torum. a studt at n f- I
expression, place ot menial groa.li. ;
The modern concepts of education l re j
personal experimentation, Individ..: I I
Invettlgatlon, critical dlscuulon s iJ '.
creative aclr-expresslon. The PU" l I
really learns only as be Is sbta to
SMlmllats the new meanings ot far
and principles with bis previous i
porlencee. Activities therefore e
stltute tbe pivotal force around whl.U j
are grouped tbe Dew factors In edui:-
tlon. Tbe primary responsibility nr
the teacher la to turnlah a const.
stream of activities which will aff. ,i
tbe stimulating urge to mental grow li.
"Education Is a process ot tpi:l-
enclng. and the program ot thi In: t
tuta la -ao. arracsed-aa U piaV-4
greateet opportunity to gain by u. h
experience. Through this we Hovel p
the art of thinking. Thinking fc a
bren described as the ability to h...i
dlo ixperlence and to bring It to b; r
on a problem. Effective thlnkl t
arises when we are presented v.-: !i
tbo choice of conduct Our prev'.cr.s
experiences become helpful as ve
m?.rihal them and hr them to b; r
upon the matter of our choirs."
Tbe students In the American Im I
tu'e ot Bunking by reason ot the fr t
that they continue to go on sbout in: ir
employment In banks while taking ti e
linking amnclr.:l'jna study ecurs s
hare an opportunity to combine loai:.
Ins Hb practtcnl thinking and action.
I R. ROBISON
:: THE BEST t
:; EQUIPPED I
tin Eastern Ore
Most all sizes oft o
Piston Pins andtpi
; Rings carried in
Carpcnter Work, Painting. Pa-
Hanging and General Ro-
4 4t a
: ConiP. in anrl look at our t
; line of mens made to i
I measure Suiis
lone Loses to Eoarpman
Iuoe lost a hard foutiht gum
to Boardman lat Friday niht.
The tcors was 2I-6. The Board
man quintette displayed gooi
teum work and were exiehtni
shcolerl. WicK lander of Board
man made seven field b-oula plac
log him hih point man on their
team. Eubanks was high point
man for lone with two field goal.
Nr-xt Thuradoy niitht lone rnet.u
Boanirnanon the latter's floor
The loca expect to give Bostn
man a ckse yame, Ltxingtoti
Kiria and second team hoys pia)
here the sa'iie rig lit. Hie Lint.
School would like to tee a yoo
turiiout by the puttie in order to
give the local teams plenty ol
backing. Th second teams have
piayeb beloieaitdgavelhe crowd
plenty of thrills. The tcoie ot
the lormer game was 11-4 n.
favor, ol LtxitiKion. The line.up
for Ftio'ay.a iiaoie was:
Euba.ika, UK Wilboti, Uilion
Ely, Wasun LF Miruoe, Uugan
Clark C Wicklauoer
Lundell UU Hcut
Everiton, LC Uetlord
Ttitte was a vood preliminary
gan.e between two second teaind.
1 tie score was 14-11. Louis iiul-
vo was Uie reurBe,
i . . . .
'reCleral rariTl ;OarQ
Represen ative to beat
Arlington, Feb. 13.
S. R. Mckelvte, member of the
Federal Fa; ni Board wii ditcu.h
MitketinK Act at met tine in t e
UiithSchool Audiior.un, Thurs
Dr. Clarke of the Clarke Orli
cal Co.,.321i Washington Sr.,
Ccr 6th, Portland, Ore. EVE
SIGHT SPECIALIST, will be !n
lone all day and evening, Sattir-
day Feb. fcth, at the lone Hut. I
sr.r, ill l fiiHiu i lun Lit s
rti iiiii h r r-t - tMtn r-'w k
examination fkee.. !
FOR COUNTY TREASURER1
This is to anr.ounee that I wi!
he a cnmiiiiate for the office of
C'ntity Trea?-uier, suhject to ti e
will of the voters of Morrow Cc,
1 1 . n .i..: 1 1 t
i ii c r c iim.ii nci.ni ui, tnav jl,
t ih to thtr.k
b.:h RrphiL.n a. d Demotic
ro-thuir Krneroua support n il e
pf and hope that I have proved
orlhy of thi'ir confidence. j
Lion W. Briecs, j
PaiaAJi) rrcstnl 'ncumli nl I
FOR COUNTY JUDGC
At the next primary el-c ,'
I will he n candidate for th' of
fici of Cotmtv Juiiirr, for Mo ;..
Coin tv nn the Republican ii ;; t,
, will carry out the du:i 8 of i uch
i office to the best f m a i
! (Adv.) Wm. T. Campbell
lone II. S. Girls Wins
The town team was defeated
in the basketball jr&me between
the town team and High School
team Thunday niKht. This was
a practica frame arranged for the
Senefit of the Hltfh School team.
The line up is.
f irword Gladys Brasher
forward Betilah Pettyjohn
J. center Helen Smouse
S. center Ruth Keene
ruard Mildred Smith
'-iuard Geneva Pettjohn
Forward Kosa Fletcher
Forwards Fern Enitelman
J. C Louise McCabe
3. C Lucile Rhoten
Guardh Norma Sanson and
F rieda Slocum.
In every sense of the word at the time of berevement Is
yours if you select our institution to handle the arrange
ments for funeral rites and commitment of your loved ones.
Years of experi ence together with a modern funeral
home and equipment permit us to handle quietly, with
decorum and dependably, every detail. Every effort is
made to furnish satisfied service.
Phelps Funeral Home
Night and Day Phone 1332
IS TO GIVE YOU FULL UALUE
FOR YOUR MONEY.
LET US PROVE IT TO YOU.
tHHPPNKR PF.ANINO Ml A. and
Now is the time
J hens and pigs conditioned for pro-
l duction and Dr.
do the work.
i log Special,
Instant Louse Killer,
Dip and Disenfectant,
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FEDERAL INCOME TAX
Bcinniric Feb, 1st and conlia
uinqr uutit Saturday, March 15tVt.
1930, the lautday for filing: 1829
federal income tax retu.ns, depn
ties from the office of Clyde G.
iluntly , Collector of lnternrl Iitv
eniie will visit the principal cili
and towns of the state for the
purpose of assisting taxpayers
prepare their returns and com
pute tin;r taXes. These services
w;ll -' v ariable to taxpa.verh of
Mir-""v i .i-'ity. at Heppntr,
Feb. 21 Inc. .
Bot' t -pers and pupils in our
schools re busy preparing for
thr County declamatory contest
which will he held in the near
Wiling Workers of the Christ
tian Chu ch met Wednesday after
noon at the home of Mis .Hthn
to get your cows,
Hess remedies will