The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19??, May 23, 1930, Image 1

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    VOLUME XVUI
IONE, OREGON FRIDAY, May 23, 1930.
NUMBER 49
IONESCHOOL
BAND GIVES
CONCERT
A large and appreciative audi
nee greetedounchool band when
it ga?e its first public concert
lilt Ft Hay evcoiox. The parents
and friende were pleased with
the work whick bad been accom
utiied under the guidance of pr in
Hoal Korle A. Bromn and C. M.
Daolela. Following it the pro
ram which waa giren:
"Eieinentary March" and a waltz
'iMt 3oft Mueie", bv the band;
piano sol b? Winnie lSrown;
"Our Leider" by the band; a
Harmon rc So'o by Alvln Cool;
Duet ty Ilirold Kincade and
Charles L'wdell; "Flower Bell
Wain" by tie Hand; Vocal Solo
by Donald Heliker; Trio by Ralph
Cibeou, Henry Wehrdt and Don
Dutiaid Heliker; "tint Hefciraeiit
Ma'eU" by the Hand; Sax Se!o by
tleory Wehrdi; Pie.no Soto by
lUlph Uibson; "Pansy Waltz"
and "Our Beginners March" by
the Band.
ELECTION RETURNS
A normal vote was cant at the
primary election last Friday.
Among the local men F. H.UoM
eon received the nomination for
Jtiti of the Peace, on the Re
publican ticket and (Jorge Frank
for constable.
The ballot in lone precinct was
ai follows:
UKPUBLICAN PARTY
NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN
Williama. 4G
Walker... 41
, U.S. SENATOR
Chi. L. McNary... ....... 93
CONGRESSMAN
U, 11 liutler 84
GOVERNOR
Norblad 68
Joseph 84
Csibett 5
Jelfrev ..- 3
Hall
JUSTICE SSI-ftEME COURT ,
Campbell .. C6
Shepbetd 18
Belt. No. 6 79
COUNTY JUDGE ',
Campbell 63
Bieakman .....24
McNamer 26
C'mnwat on lat I'g.
Personal Mention
Mr. and Mm. Ed Dick and
two eons of Pomeroy, Wish,
epent Saturday and Sudday in
tone deing in the Bert Mason
home. '
There will de seven graduates
from the lone ichool tb's year
Commencement exercises will be
Thursday evening. May, 22 in
the acbool auditorium. Dr. Grif
fin of Heed College deliver the
acdrita. immedially following
the close of achool tht teachera
i! leave for their various home
Mr. and Mrs. Earl A. Brown de
part at once for Pixley, Califcr
in Ue hoe ichool, Supt. bade A. ' uia where Mr. Brown ia to teach
tf ion will sever hi connection juext year. CM. Daniels and bis
wth (be achool it (head of thia metl.tr plan on visiting near Bci
year, lie haa accept ec a pjsiiivu ae, Idaho for a while. Later Mrs
principal of th achool at Pi! y, ' Daniels expecti. lo go to the bom
California. Mr. and Mr. Brow it tf t.er daughter, Mrs. li.iguo,
baue aU ay taken an active part ' tt Klkton M li Irene Andera
in ao UI and fraternal affaire plane on ependicg her vacation
of our community and we regret with her parents at Seattle. Mits
to have them leave. j Lmile Hhcten will become tht-
lh ioi achool will close. May triue of Mr. Mamii C)ton Lew
22. The Bacoalauatate sermon1 i in June and the young couple
Student Doily
Officers Elected
At the teg alar meetirg, Mon
day, the followiag Undent body
officers were elected for the year
1930-81; Katie McCite. presi
dent; NormanSwanaoo, vice prcs
iJi.t; Helen Smousc, Secretary
treasurer; Barton Clark. Athletic
tsaaiagtr;FranciaTroedson. trans
Iortatiou jnaneger; J,ol Eiigel
man, yell leader.
Supt. Earl A. Brown
Goes to California
After eleven veat of ff dent
wo k as instructor and principal
Williams motore to Uardman,
from there to Portland and later
expecti to visit Mra. Harriet Bro
wn on the ranch. Mill Maude
Knight, afUr a visit 'with her
brother, F. 8. Knight wbo is prin
cipaUf the Senior Hlj?h School
aa Hood River, ' will spend tie
summer with her father in I x.
st Grove.
Miss Linea Troeuson comple
ted her yesr' work in the Echo
high school on lest Friday and
she bas returned to the home of
her parents norte of lont.
Grant Buchanan from Butter
Creek has been visiting at the
bom of bis ion, Fred Buchanan
on willow Creek.
Ernest Farrena and danghter
of yakima visited Sunday at the
home of Mr. Farrens sinter-in
law, Mn, Helen Farrens
. The Sunday baseball game on
the local field between lone and
Wasco resulted in a victory foe
the visiting team, 6-1. Next
Sunday the game will alio be
here between the home team and
Fossil.
Mrs. French Burroughs recent
ly purchssed from Clarence S.
Kingery of Portland onehundred
and sixty acres of wheat land
joining the Borrougha farm on
Uhea Creek. Mr. Borrougbi has
been farming this land for sever
shears.
Continued on b4 Pg.
SCHOOL PROCRAM
An inteeresting program and
evening's entertainment waa giv
en Thursday by the Pleasant Vale
achool. Miss Witma Chase was
th teacher, and . although she
had but four pupils, the program
uf dialogues, recitations and song
woi ext-ption illy good. A. social
hour was enjoyed, followed by
refreshments. Forty people were
preeent
wilt be d'livtxea Sunday, May IS
and the graduating exercieta w id
be bold Friday evening, May 22.
Gordon Drapers for all makes
of Harvesting Machinery at
Paul Baiter's.
will make their home in Salem.
Mi s. Hun itt Brown goes to bei
ranch near Heppner following
the close of her work here Mr?,
Frieda McMillan Slocum In com
pany with her busDand leaves at
once for a fishing trif to the - De
achutta rivir. Mies Hildegarde
Removal Sale
50ct. Shampoo for 35ct.
I 50ct. Shaving Cream for 35ct.
50ct. Ib. Midjet Caramels for 35ct.
75ct. Fly Tox-pint bottle 40ct.
15ct. ink lOct.
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LOST
Somewhere between the Murray
ranch and lone, one 18 foot tog
chain. Finder please notify Jim
WarficlJ. lone, Oregon.
VyiLLOWS GRANGE NEWS
ext Saturday night, May 24,
Willows Cringe will meet in reg
utar session at tee Cecil hall. A
Uf ge class Is to be Initiated in the
1st and 2nd degrees; the third
degeecs to be given on a June
meeting night Ladies please bring
cakes or sandwiches for lunch.
On Saturday night, May 31st,
Willows degme team, drill team
itt i tableau corps will exemplify
the 6th degree for the Mikkalo
grange, who entertain the Gilliam
Wheeler IVmona on that date in
Arlington
'A field meet for the first Sun
day In June is being pianne, the
program to be announced on an
early date.
, At their last business meeting
Willows Crange voted to have no
more invitation dances except by
vote ot tne members, ine pass
word will be required of alt visitors.
SCHOOL FACULTY
auiariiwBi
SHIP YOUR CREAM
TO
MORROW CO. CREAMERY CO.
Thirteen Years on the Job. We
Are the Cause of Your G.'iting
BETTER PRICES
Morrow Co. Creamery Co.
W. C. COX, Mantgtr.
The teaching staff of the lone
ici!:o! Ids beencomp!ktd for the
year 1030-31. Ceorge t.. lucfcer
of the Lexington school bas teen
eleUed prindipal. The three othei
high school teachers are Miss
Irene Anders who was with us
thia joor, Miss Dolores Leavens,
whJ cornel from tr.e University
of O.'egon, andThoma Ly'eBaird
wh, taught this year at Castle
Rock. Mr. Baird will have charge
of the band work which was
itnrted this year b Carle Brown
an 1 C. M. Daniels. In the grades
we will have only one new fesch
er. iln. Harriet Brown will again
have the seventh and eighth
grides, Miss Hildege Wi.liama
tht- third and fourth sod Miss
Mfcud Knight the first and secon
Mis Geneva Pelky, who taught
st.is i ear in the (Rocky Bluff
school will have the fifib and
sixth grades.
Removal Sale at Dullard's
Pharmacy. Invesjgate for your
self.
l R. ROBISON
ALL KINDSi
OF HIGH
y CRADE MA- w
:chine work;
i CAREFULLY
K Jdone.
is
1 -
t Motors reground I
0 Z Bearings poured! n
land fitted to re t
tground shafts
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Card of Thanks.
We wish to express our appre
elation to all those who aided us
during the death of our loved one.
Especialy we thank David Wilson
of Heppner and the Willows
Crange
We also thank those who were
responible for the beautiful iloral
offeaingf.
Lano E Deos
Jesse Deos and family
Mrs. WarienSharardandfami y
Levi M. Hills and family.
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MEMORIAL- DAY FLOWERS
For beautiful atwl fragrant flower fur tht or other
occasion, tend us your order. A wide variety of both cut and potted
flower offers you an opportunity to obtain Jutt what you want
Phelps Funeral Home
CAY AND NIGHT PHONE 1332
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NOW IS THE TIME
to build, paint, or repair.
we have the materials for any job.
You can also arrange for
TIME PAYMENTS
with us
Heppner Planing Mill & Lumber Yard
Phone 1123 Heppner, Ore,
WEEDS!
MACHINE SHOP
See Paul G. Balslger for
Holt and Rumelycombiuedarrs
A
lOct. ink for 5ct.
Many Other Bargains
at Bullard's Pharmacy
Nice New Line!
of
Ladies Ready
to
Wear Dresses
at
Bristow & Johnson
lone - Oregon
i Yon have had rain andyou
I will have weeds.
PREPARE FOR THEM
By buying a
CHENEY Rotary
RodWEEDER
If you have a Cheeney vveeder, I
can supply you with all repair parts.
GET READY NOW.
BERT MASON
lone, Oregon.
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