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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1930)
10NE, OREGON FRIDAY, April 25, 1930.
IONE WINS FIRST
BY WIDE MARGIN
1 til WiioiUUuJ league opuieu
lone wwii Jium ikppncr by
lurU tutting ana good runn
nig, while lk-ppiKr wailitlJ dou
by goou pitciiuig nd $evercl itai
1 id Jin 2 and throwing exhibitions.
ileppiur opened with three
taay out, Kiutiiunn up (ur lone
lilt a iwubau, 1'. Lundell farm
d K Lundcii bingkd tcotMig Kti
tnunn C Swaiuon singled scul
pturing Lunuoli and N. Swanson
iitt tnno a double.
Second inning: Gentry singled.
Casun walked Merril out short to
fiat, Hake singled scoring Gentry
and Thomson was out Akcrs tu
Enfielman fanned. Shipley safe
when Center fumdled his fly Akers
knocked one Into the tree fos two
tases seoilng Shirley, Ritchie,
Kiclnunn and I", Lui.dcll follow
cd with singles, R Lundell knock
ed a long fly to center and the
bases were cleared while the ball
was being relayed to home plate
G. Swanson ended the Oampede
Third Inning: D. Bleakman out
second to first, Sprowel flied to
center, H. Bleakmann and Hoa
ertson si gled and Bleakman was
our. on a perfect throw to home
N Swanson s-fe on Sprowcls
fumble, Engelmans fly fumbled at
Jtft, Shipley hit a Uirc bajsgcr
fir two scores, Akers and Ritch
Jc fanned and Kiitmann thrown
out from third.
ContinutJ (n.m 4tli I'l.
"Any in rived of a fiiend
write to djutunt Miss K. II.
Allfmann, The Salvation Army
White Shield llome,5G5 Mavfuir
Avenue, Portland, Ortjor."
Mi.'S Lucile R hot en spuit the
week end with her patents at Sal
Aanderson Home Schnc of
Happy Social Function
A social event of interest which
wc failed to report last week,
was a parly given Tuesday after
noon, April, 8, for Mrs. Charley
Anderson at her pleasant ranch
home on Eight Mile. The affair
was planned as a surprise for Mrs
Anderson and the surprise was
complete. The afternoon was
spent in sociability and bridge.
ueiicious rcircsnmcnt were serv
cd and Mrs Anderson was pre
sented a beautiful potted plant as
rcmindefthat her friends had bet n
there and enjoyed a happy after
noon with her. Those present
were Mrs Anderson and daught
er, Olive, Mrs CharM McElligot
Mrs. Eml Swanson, Mrs. CI o
Drake, Mrs. Ernest Lundell, Mrs
Algott Lundell, and Mrs. Chas.
Wagner of Portland.
Each p'ai-e of worship in our
rily held appropriate Easte ser
vice. At the Baptist Church
following the Btudy of the Easter
esn, favor were distributed
mnnjr the children. At the Sun
day ushoo' honrof th Conirreua
tioual Oureh the following pro?-
fhm waiirlven; Healing by E'la
worth Uullard; Uecitrtion by fcif
en Sp-r iy; Sung ny Wallace Itul
rd; Hecitation by Eleanor BuU
Continued on ImI Ptf.
FROM NEW JERSY TO
THE HILLS OF OREGON
Mr. and Mrs. Andernon and son
Jamm of south Bi;rid, Washing
ton anl vd last meek to heipMrc,
Kary Petteya celebrate her birth
day. They will tfpsiid a week or
mare with relatives in i.;..J near
lone. Mr. Anderson ia iMteys'
Mrs. Hoy Licuallen has 1150
on bur ranch and she states that
she plans on shipping in another
thousand day old chicks during
thp summer. Her first shiprrifei;t
ar large enough for market,
The ahipmer.ta of day old chicks
into lone have been especially
heavy this year.
Ha Ian McCurdy, W. E. Bui
hrd and George Ely motored to
Umatilla Monday niuhtto attend
a meeting of the MaBonlc orde-. j
Mrs. Holmes Gabbert and s:.-n
Dwight, and daughter Prtricia,
cf Portland, were Eester gues's
at the home of Mrs Gabbert';
parent?, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight
Uncle Bill Thomas was on ow
street FViday. Last winter Me
Thomas wa severaly injured
a hen a straw stack toppled ove
on him. Owing to his advandt d
go his recovery has been slor.
II ? gets around nicely with ti e
help of a cane and a crutch.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ba'sig r
nnd Mr. and Mrs. Paul Balsig.r
wr re over Easter guests in ti e
home of Mr. Mrs. Arnold Batsij:
er at Vancouver, Washington.!
The children in theprimay
room at school enjoyed an East'r
egfhunt, planned by their teat h
er, hiss Aiauoe Knight.
The ladies of the lone Eastern
Star will serve the Junior. Senior
banquet tli is year. The tables will
be spread in the Masonic hu I
dining room, Friday. May, 2nd.
This in to announce
that I will be a candidate
for nomination on the Hepublican J
ticket for the office of Count
Assessor, subject to the will of
the voters at the primary elec
lion, Mav 16.
rd.Abv. F. W. Tiknek
FOR COUNTY JUDGE
At the coming May primary
election, I will be a candidate fur
for theotfice of Conn ty Judge of
Morrow County on the Demo
cratic ticket. If nomirated and
ected, I will fothe beat of my
ability, endeavor to cany out
the program of the past five
Pd. Adv.- R. LBENGE
FOR CO. COMMISSIONER
This is to annoutice that I will Le
a candidate 'for nomination on
the Republican ticket for the
office of County Commissioner,
subject to the will of the voters
ft the primary election, May 1G
SHIP YOUR CREAM
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Thirteen Years on the Job. We
Are the Cause of Your Getting
Morrow Co. Creamery Co.
W. C. Cox, Manager.
A Home-Like Atmosphere
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color combinations, fine furniture, furnishing and appointment all
combine to make the surroundings similar t those iound in
fine Iving rooms of modernly equipped homes. This feature is but one of
the many we provide io our complete service. .
Phelps Funeral Home
CAY AND NIGHT PHONE 1332
Henry C. VVehrdt, wife and son
of Trenton. N J. are visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Lliker on Saddle Butte Ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Wchrdt made the
acquaintance of the Helikers when ; n. . p . .
the latter were vacationing viain ex. umi y
lorida. six years ago They came ; Carocntcr Work. Pa!ntinri. Pa-
by machine thrrush the Southern; .
states via New Urlean. tnence to - ---
California a.d rorlh to Oregon pair Work
hrough the Kamath Falls gat-; , nrwnn.
wav, arriving Y dnrsday. ., '
To the Voters of Morrow Countj :
I hereby annonnce myself aaaj
candinte at the cominir Drimaries
. - . i ft V3
Morrow County on the RepnbH- tijtQl&tEDlES,
can ticket. If nominated and elect 1 .t4-4
ii. I pledge tht same faithful ; SPRING TIME !S PAINT TIME
and sincere service that has char f ur t i e
.cterized long term with the J Ve are heauauarters for
CjuntyCrA"fnerj PAINTS, ENAMELS & VARNISHES j
FOR COUNTY TREASURER ' Do not send off that order X
t : . ... . Ut I ...Mi
1 UIS 13 IU dlUIUUUKC llltl t H i i
ba 8 candidate for the office o';
County Treasurer, subject to the if
will of the voters of Morrow Co.. J
The lone school entered three A
ronteslantB in tf.e typinn contest jJ
at Pendleton Saturday, Mary
Haly in the amateur division I J
and Mihlri'd Smith and Margarj
eiCrawlord in- the novice diviaj,
icn. The )ouni: ladies were ac
conipanied by Kurle A. Brown,
principal, and Miss Irene Andera,
It ;,!, cKn il i nt 1 1 Hi tfir". I
Bites Steel Mule Tractor is
now on exhibition at Paul G.
Balsiger's Implement Stor;.
jThe Sale Continues.
Pure Vanilla Extract
We guarantee it to be satisfactory.
$1.00 Bottle, 6 oz. Now 65ct.
Sold in any quantity.
Old Mill Pound Paper with inter-
i lined envelopes to match $1.00 Now
Liniments, Standard Brands at cost.
OF HIGH 5
GRADE MA- i
I. R. ROBISON
U JCIIINE work:
O 2 Bearings poured
fitted to re 5
tground shafts. X
at the Primary elections, May IC,
I wish to thank mv friend?,'
both Republican and Democratic
for their generous support in lh i
past and hope that I have prove.; !
worthy of their confidence.
LeonW. Brijzgs, j
Paul Adv. I'rtsent Incumbent ,
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Phone 1123 Heppner, Ore.
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FOR COUNTY JUDGE
At the next primary election,
I will be a candidate for the of
fice of County Judgf. for Morrow
County on the Republican ticktt,
and if nomirated and elee'ed, 1
will carry out the dutits of such
office to the beat if my ability
(A.1v.) Wm. T. Campbell
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