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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 30, 1930)
'TIE ME INDEPENDENT
Fyilie4 Every Friday by
' W.'"W. HAt, Ediior.PuWi.hne.
Ttaa Months ....
Entered u arcond Class mam at
laepostofhYeat lone, Oregon, under
act of March 8, 1S,9.
Friday. My 3 ), 1930
PAST GRANDS CLUB
The Ptt Grand Cub of the
Helekah L'dfrJ was oeliRhfully
-nce t led a ?he Ernest Heliker
Much hytue IViday afternoon,
Way 23. The following ladies
re present: Mrs. Etta Howell
Mrs. Oia Rankin. Mrs. Beruice
Uackweil. Mrs. Lena Lundell
ilis. Olfidys Drake, Mrs. L. P.
Davidson, Mrs Mnry Swanson,
Alra. Ar villa Swanson, Mrs. Ruth
Lundell, Mrs. M. R. MorKan.
Mrs. ina Bartleroay, Miss Norma
Sanson, Mrs. JalraerKcski and
Wehrdt. The time was SDent in
'Joel Dobyns and wife spent
th i week end n the mountain!",
ii liiifcr. xiiey returned with ft
KCJd supuly of the finny tribe.
Mr. and Ers. Ned Carr have
moved innto the Troedson h&use
on Second Street recently vacated
oy 0. M. Daniels and his mother.
Mrs. J. GrinuMhas a her iruest
her sister, Mrs- W. V. Prophet.
Ai : Prophet as here also for a
short time but is now in th
mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Proph
et have heen makinn it.eir hofcie
in Wapato, Washington, but tow
Pian to locate in The Dalles.
Walter Ely of Tucoma has
been here looking atier his larm
in interests. Mr. Ely owns the
land farmed by the T ram iroth
The . School band is meeting
eachTueday evening :orpratice
unjer tne direct .i u. Mi. and
Mrs. Eari BUii ,r
Mrs. Ruth M o;i was ; u imon
edto Heppner is.tjy ju 8ent.
vii the Grand Jur.
Mr. and Mrs. Cat I Leatbtri
vmtta hrie5!y last u-Pklr irh
' Notice oi Annual School
NOTICE is hereby tfven to the
legal voten cf School District 35
of Morrow Countv. State of Or.
gun, that the Annual School meet
lug of said district will be held at
lone school house; to begin at the
hour of 1:30 o'clock, p. M., on
the third Monday "In June, beton
the 16th day of June. 1930. "
This meeting Is called for the
purpose of electini one School
Director tor the term of three
years, one School District Clerk
for the term of one year and the
transaction of business usual a(
Dated this 20th day of May,
DUtrfct Clerk ;
Rutn Ii. hUvan
Ctuirnua Board oi Director
See Bristow and Johnson,s
Saturday an Monday Speclali
CALL FOR BIDS
Miss Hazel Pcldman.
Continued Kojm Pyt 1
along the line of commercial chem
ists, food and drujr Inspector!,
nalistsand clinical aaii'taut.
Graduates tf the fcur year coura
are eligible to take the exarbina
tioua of the state hoard of Phai
macy. Although most of theirrad
it of the school of Pharmaci
find their life woik in Drunn
many ot them are leaders in the
Pharmaceutical profession in
other states and foreign countries
See Paid G. Balsigcr for
Holt and Rumelycombiue dans
Carlton Swanson returned from
a trip into Washington. He , was
accompanied oy hit cousin, Mrs.
Jalmer Koski, of South Bend,
who is visiting with relatives
j& Clark & Linn
Carpenter Work, Painting. Pa
per Hanging and Ccneral Re
pair Work -
lone, Oregon. ! :
Oi Sunday .fdWinv the rk
(rf itcaool Mar? and ' JoMphln
Mealy departed fur their home at
Ask for a f1ariode atonal ration
t Uert Mason'l Store.
STRAUSS & co.:, . ,
Grain Dealers, -of Portland; 'Oregon
Will Be Represented this Season'
,W. M. Eubanki
It will pay you- to see him before ouf
sell your wheat.
The Board of Directors, School
I - M IVil ( ,
Kwu-iiiowsnip.ijiererrp8hment the lau.-rs rroiher. Airs. J. E. i District No. 1 will rceive lealed'f
I . , ... - .. T
tiasior iransportatun ot pupils t
. --'. nvwicr, mis. J. tU.
Consisted Of delicious 8trr,.i r ('.rim- I httti I
btort cake, cream and coilee. oHiyak, Washington, whereMr.'from M hool district lothci
' ' I r . .L . :.. .. I . l i i m... .i
licuners is engoKea in road A'oik Iunc cnuoi nouse m uitiuci;
Mrs. J. E. Swanson and tsvo
DELEGATES RETURN, wrlano and Noruan ana
Bids will be received ud to and
Ted W.Charley O'Connor ?aM"5r Eva' molored St- "VrLTfu?',. . Y?1?!
andNcrmaSai1sonretDmedla,tl,er-.M0naav- rtumintf, Thurs, ,
Friday from PrthnH I VUl,!e in the capitol city. ' The Board reserves the right
hd oeen in attendance at OJdithe' r,ere W1 in the home 01 to reject any, or all bU. ,
KeilowanJRebekahCrknd L.dcs' Cart W. Troedson ' j
AMERICAN LEGION ! now on exhibition at Paul G,' M- wT . . J-
AUXILIARY MFFTQ IR,!,; t c. Ml" Martin who Utght this
c"iuh oiore. year at Vernonia spent partot,"
Jin uiain giacKwt.1 was host
est to the members of the Amer
Crowt Like Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania Is a favorite winter re
I last week as a ruest in the Dan-
ieN home. When C. M. Daniala
lean Legion Auxiliary, TusdajjSort for crow ana thev ronene.it b'8 mother departed for Boi-
le, Maho. Miss Martin accomDani
afternoon, st her home on Second i ,n Krrat ''fHsts in a numier of place.
in ore sucu roost near IIarrllurs, n
server of the state fume commission
Street. Those in attendance were!
airi. ictor Kietman, Mrs. Otto Climated 2.000.000 crow
Kietiran, Mrs. Earl Blake, Mri.j
Mrs. Fred Mankin, Mits Beryl
Clark, Mrs. John Ferris, Mrs.
O.iverHaguewood. Mrs. Lee Beck
nerandthe hostess Mrs. Black
well During the afternoon the
ladies made the final plats for
the dane which is to be jfivtn
Saturday night, June 7 in L?iiion
nail. Refreshments of ice cream
ond cake were served to th
uests. The Americrn Legion Auxiliary
of lone are sponsering a Carnival
Uance to be givn Saturda)
night. June, 7, in Legion Hall.
There will be good music and
good eat?, and every one is invi
ted to attend.
The poppy sale which was han
riled by the lauys of the Legion
brought over $22 CO.
e i then, her home
DR. J. L CALLAWAY i
Gilroan Building . ;
- I'hont JJ H. Vpair, CrM
It pays to look well.
"Specialist in Bobs"
C L SWEEK
ATTORNEY AT l
First National Bank Bldg.
When You Visit Heppner
Eat At The
Good Meals Best of Senlce
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VISITS IONE LODGE
Frank Sloan of Hermuton, who
i District Deputy Grand Master
if the order, paid his official visit
to lone lodge, No. 120, A. F. and
a; M. on Wednesday evening of
last week. An int3tlng meeting
ra held, the attendens was
Kod and the refreshments rer
ved at the close vu re ti joyed by
Mrs. Sansob'j Ctvthttr, Mrs.
.Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hoch and
dKhter, Irene, of The Dalle?,
wnre in lone for Commencement.
They were guests of Mrs.
leech's sitter, Mrs. Cole Smith.
Dr. and Mrs. Anders and Mr.
Ivan Ufinlifiger of Seattle molOr
1 over to lone on Thursday re
turning Friday. They attended
the grai nation exercises Thurs
-'ay evening and on the return
vere accompanied by Miss Ir
l e Anders, one of our effiewnt
ligh school teacherf.
EFFECTIVE MAT It TO SEPT. )
KETUEN LIMIT OCT. JI, !)
Reduced fare all pari of eait; LbaraJ $lop
ever. Fina traiai; modern eqaipment;
aplendid acrricc; accnie route. Short aide
tri?i enable you to riiit
ZION NATIONAL FAEK
GRAND CANTON NATIONAL FAKE
SUTCE CANTON NATIONAL FAEK
TELLOWSTONK NATIONAL PARK
C2AND TETON NATIONAL FAEK
ROCKT MOUNTAIN NAT'L FAEK
lafOTtatlM aai aUekbU reoeet
U"M 0 O L3
BOUND Tlir TO
KANSAS ClTr.. 7.M
8T. LOl'IS M.t
CHirAfio , , , M at
CLEVt IJ N O..... 111. 1 7
J. W. Howk
Gordon Drapers for all makes
cf Harvesting Machinery at
J aul Balsijers.
Flax Loaf Cultiratud
Hal hn lota cultivated from the
T!lpst lil.storlcal iUm and It la men
t' nrt In the Ulbl.-, in the Hook
t rv.dud, one of the fi'filuct of
frlf.vpt, o tiig Ume of tl.e jiliuraoln.
I I TT llll II X.J.I
I ' if III? M TIRES
1 wli s hlLOWER
() I ! 9 prices
lone - Otx
i A.D. McHURDO, M.D. j
rnysiuan And Surgeon
Office In Masonic Building
Trained Nur.e Assistant
Heppner, . Oregon
Physician & Surgech
Heppner - 0Cgon
F. .H. ROBINSON
. Attorney & Counselor
' At Law
Will I'mctim tu Alj Tbe 0urta
X Ray DIAGNOSIS
Office; Odd Fellows Bld'g.
i. ' Before contracting or
selling your wheat it Will
pay you to see L. Balsiger
representing B. G. and Co.
- ; '
Dealers In ' .
Fresh and Cured Mit n,,.. 1 v...
:: VVe Buy Cream for Swift & Company
Why not Sell Your Cream in Your Home Town? "
I; Real Estate IhciiiW-
ICNR Rr.APK'QMlTU cuntwlt
"wnui'HIH WJI 1UI
We are prepared to take care of W
shafting requirements by the institution of an
electric key way machine and a stodc of tbhf .
ina wide range of sizes. We also have alkt of
second hand combines for sale. Agency for jh
Hanis Manufacturing Companies new ccaWm.
J. P.OMeara, Proprietor -j?
- w w tt 1 iiiummttiic----- - - - . .
? EXPERT ' ,
r ur.u W.barr
Eveuiugs and Suoavthy appuantawat.
cater to the patronage otuiu wb
' wish first class accommodations
Cole Smith, Manager.
Haaa. . . I
AABA. ......... ' ' t 4
r arm implements
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUfWHJ
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENClNKS
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AEftMOTOR
WLND MILLS. WINONA W UkSi.
Bates Steel Mulb Tractor
mn vx fMT
if - lone. Orei?oii