The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19??, May 30, 1930, Image 1

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VOLUME XVII!
10NE, OREGON FRIDAY, May 30, 1930.
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COMMENCEMENT AT"
IONE IIIGHSCh'OOL
Dr. Griffin of Reed College
Delivers Address
Supt. Rodgers Presents '
Eighth Grade Diplomas
(The Twenty-second Annual
Commencement of lone Ilifih
School was held Thursday even
InK, May 22, in the school audito
rium There were seven mea.bers
'' la the .'class of -1930; Mildred
Smith, Mary Healy, Bculah Petty;
jwlin, Harold Kincadc, Gene Ertfel
nun, Keneth Smoiue and Keneth
Akers. Keneth Akers completed
bis course at Cluislnus time and
received hi diploma but wai not
present at Comnuncement.
Or. L E. Ciiifirt of Reed Col-
lege. Portland, delivered the ad
dress. The decorations of cut
(iuweas. greens and class colors
were beautiful. Following is the
program: lYocc&sional. Mrs. Clad
ys Drake; Invocation. Kev. VV. VV.
Head; PiaauDuet, Mildred SmiUt
aud Mary Healy; Salutatory, Mil
dred Smith; Class History. Mary
licaly; diss Poem, llarotd Kin
cald; Class Prophecy. Beulah Pet
tyjohn; Class Will, Cene Eogel
man; V aled ctory, Keneth Smouse
ITami solo, Mildred Smith; Ad
drs, Dr. E. L Griffin; Presenta
tioa of Diplomas, Mrs. Margaret
Iliikt; Kenneth Smouse received
the scholarshih which is present
edeach year to the student mak
iug the highest gttde. y '";'"
Mrs Lucv Rodgers, the eounty
sclwiol superintendent, was pies
eat and presented eighth grade
d'-kmas to the following named
students:Berl Akers. Henry Hat
che, Arthur Crawford Alvin Cool,
Donald JUIikcr and A frcd Nel
son. Principal Earle A. lirown
presented certificates of perfect
attendance to Walter Corlev.
Sibyl Howe!, Eleanor Ruth ul
lard, Kossbelle Perry. Eugene
Normoylt, Kollo Crawford. Helen
Smouse, Miriam Hale, Waiter
Brktow Harold Buchanan. Cene
va Ptttyjotm and Beulah Petty
John.
Those who failed la the eighth
grade examtntioa may take an
eth'r examination June 5 and 6.
Personal Mention- ,
Mr ai.d Mrs. Louis Baliiger
motored to the valley WedhesiJiy
While Mr. liuUigcr transact
bueir.cMln Portland, 11 n. Halnl
AT Will visit her parents at New
her. Thv expect to return Sat
urday. .
John Drigtr of Salem Is
town. Mr. Dnser is an exprln
ted warehouse man an1 ha work
d in oar warehouse in previous
seasons. ?'" I
Gora-e Kly and son, Francis.
departtd Wednefdiy or Salem
to visit relative.
Mrs. Fred Niehcor. is very ill
and the first of the week was
taken to the Heppner hospital or
treatment. ' '
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warfield ro
turned, Monday, from abuBinm
trip tr Peck, Idaho. . , ,
Charley pvens of Brnd wan
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culling- on 'ld fnenda here the
flmt of last wees. IU was accorn
psm'pir by his wift and step dau
ghter, Nellie Larson.
MRS. BECKNER .
, ENTERTAINS ,
m
ivirf. Lee Heckner md' a
a tumptsout chicken dinner at
hr plamnt ranch horn, Sunday
to the following kueU: ilr. end
0. W. Swanson. Carlton ami
ma Swannon and Mrs. Jnntsr
Koki of South Bend. Wash.' Ibe
iouug people returred to lone
to Ionri the afternoon in time
for the hall game hut Mr. 'and
Mm. Swation and Mr, and M re,
Uecknr took a lonp Hv thru
the wheat field. Everywhere
they found the wt eat in upiendid
condition. ... c
T. M. Benedict of Lyle, Wash
tauten was seen on our streets
Tuesday.
Star Brand shoes at
Bristow & Johnson's
dene Corley of Portland is in
lone calling on former acquain
tancea.
Frank Colvin and son, Virgil.
are renewing- old friendships in
one. The Colvirs ar on home
g ound when they are In thii
part of the state,
I. II RobiiOn, accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. Kaiph. Harris' mo
tored to Portland the first of
it w,fek. returning Monday.'
Mrs. Feray Baetlemay and
youM aonf Maya jrueste at
the home of Mrt. Bartlemay'e
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Mor
Iran,
, T.il...L U..ii-j i . . ..
'irwuiui nunsro is sperainir a
fw days on the Frank Your
ranch in Eihtmie.
fcleanor and Wallac Bullard
I- st Friday of last week for Hood
River where they will atay at the
home of their aunt, Mra. Frohn.
Ordie Farrens and Clair Younjr
hnv heen vacatiorinif in he
muuntains,
The., ball game last Sundry
b'.tween lone and Fonsil was a
twelve Inning game. Up to the
twelfth Inning the ncore was a
tie, 1-1. la the twelfth inning
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ii rrrur K?e ronSJi iwo run
and the finial score was 1-3.
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and Akers; for Fossil If uss and
King.
Sheep Shipments
Fred Buchanan has returned
from his trip to Montana when'
h wnt to help prepare for th
arrival of the Krebi Brothets
h"ep. He reporba phnt of feed
on the nnw graiing lands. Tom
Btimer sufiered a heavy Iuk in
hipping his sheep. Abnt three
fundred'died from cold while
entusing tha mountains. Krt-bs
Brother and Minor lost hut one
ee and three lambs.
NIMBER50
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Laxton Mc Murray, Blaih Black
well and Wa.ter Kubanks rre in
Urppner this week on Grand
Jury duty.
Miss Mildred Smith went to
I'ho Dallea this week to attend
hitfh school commencement at
thatplace. Her cousin. Misa Irene
Hoh is one of the graduate.
FOR SALE
Fresh Jersey-Holstein cow.
Gives four gallons of. miik per
day with a test 4i. AIsoTB
tested.
T. C. Trofie, lone, Oregon.
LOST
Somewhere between the Murray
ranch and lone, one 18 foot log
chain. Finuer please notify Jim
Warfield, lone, Oregon.
Hazel feldman
(OR.LLlS,ORE,May30
li zd Oiral FelOnun of
rn'tive hr ceMie? lien)
Ocejion Sute C'oileu at the hi
ii i.ijtt at.i.lial cuiiiiiici.tcnicfit
xuii,'g hu e Jun 2.
A tot4l of i6d studenlH wiil i.e
fc-ttarci'd aegrtes by Trtsioent
V, J, Kvrr in the lOiStnttt gran
tug schoola. The school of com
rc leads with 10y graduatis,
itr the school of eoinnetrrinit
duating D2 in four dfcparlmetl
h. iuurial arts 12, civil eiigmeer
It d 24, electrical engineering 27,
aid mechanical engineering 29. 1
Ii ime econoraicf foilowa with 77
Vuvational eCncatioti 08, agricul
ture 39, pharmacy 30, forebtry
21, chemical engineering 18,and
toiuing engineering 7. Twenty
fUht Kraduate Btudents w.ll ie
Ci ivf master's degrees.
Mis Feldman will be awarded
i. pharmacentical chemistry.
tut has deen prominent in ac
'vit ea'during her course here,
'wk been a member of the
Sophomore Cotillion and Sonbo
mure Insignia committeea. She is
a netnber of Rtw Chi, nstionoi!
honor fraternity in pharmacy,
the Pharmaceutical association
and has been president and sec
retary of the Teminid society or
members of the Eastern Star
SMe is alao a member of the Wo
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SHIP YOUR CREAM
TO
MORROW CO. CREAMERY CO.
Tliirteen Years cn the Job. We
Are the Cause of Your Getting
- BETTER PRICES
Morrow Co. Creamery Co.
W. C. COI, Manae'rr. '
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MEMORIAL DAY FLOWERS
For beautiful and fragrant flower for tbk or otber
oalon. xrndui your order. A wide variety of both cut and potted
f kmen offer you an opportunity to obtain Just what you want
Phelps Funeral Home
CAY AND NIGHT PHONE 1332
""'If ttHIMIIl
BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME r
WITH BRIGHT COLORED SHINGLES
(right over the old ones)
or
A COAT OF NEW PAINT
MAKE IT A HOME YOU WILL BE PROUD OF
Mel ovj the materials at the right prices.
Cook with Cas.
ee Bert Mason.
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Removal Sale
Bullard's Road Oil Remover
75c. Bottlesor 55ct. ',,
Another Cut in Wright's
Liquid Smoke
, $125for90cL
Squibb's Mineral Oil
$.00Jor55ct.
Dandelion Brand Butter Coloring
V 35ct Bottle for 25ct 1
25ct Ink Tablets for 15ct; 15ct Tablets for lOct;
lOct Tablets for Sets.
P-st Cards of lam Uatvest ttc.t formerly Bet, now 3 Jor 5
Many OtheiBargains
at Bullard's Pharmacy
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l R. RODISON
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I ALL KINDS
X OF HIGH
til 2 r.RAnp MA. lO
I ILU
f CHINE work:5
X CAREFULLY ts
done. i
Motors rcground
Bearings poured:: m
land fitted to re t
tground shafts X
444
rf MACHINE shod
itian auueuc aaaueiiti on fttifi itaa j. h "
bn on the co-ed hockey, dasketif HeVmerPlanmaMill&lAimhorVnvJ t
miX ' ' . J "wv M
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ball and rifle ttama. She a mom
btrof Kappa Delta aocial
ity.
As a graduate of Orepon State
Collie Bchool of pharmacv Miss
Fthrnan will be well prepared to
etitt-r her chosen lUld.
The institution anks as one cf
tl t foremost state colleges in the
couoirv both in the reputation
ol its jtracuutt'8 and in the i.um
ber of students. The course in
Pharmacy prepares both lor ihe
practice of Pharmacy in the drug
business and for scientific fields
Continued on last I'fi.
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Removal Sale at Bullard's
Pharmacy. Inves.lgate for your-
You have had rain andyou
will have weeds.
Nice New Line
of
Ladies Ready
to
Wear Dresses
at
Bristow & Johnson
lone Oregon
PREPARE FOR THEM
By buying a
CHENEY Rotary
Rod WEEDER
If you have a Cheeney weeder. I
can supply you with all repair parts.
GET READY NOW.
MASON
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lone, Oregon.
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