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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1930)
IONE, OREGON FRIDAY, June 13, 1930.
A GREAT CONCOURSE
ASSEMBLED FOR LAST
INTERMENT IN I. 0.0 F,
CEMETERY AT IONE
In the Congrig itionrjl Clnreh
Sunday afternoon, June eighth,
wa hf id funeral Rervise foi Lew
i P. Ihvidson who died at hit
Iioiii j in lone cany In us Jay tnor
ning. Mr. Diividst n vu t)uin in
Nodaway county, Minsouri Dee-
nber, 14, 18(kJ. lie came to Mor
iow County, Oregon in l&jj, and
wat mart d to b U lAJVgren Juri
Uii) i a ISDI. At tins tun ot hm
dsiin tin uj hfivinu hi second
tenn ol of nee kn County Cornmi-
eioiter. lid was a niertiber of Ion !
Sunday June 8, PosimiutreKB
Huby O. Roberts received notici'
that the contract for alar mail
route No. 73820 Iihs neeri award
ed to Mm, Cecil Siefani. Hir
work will btgin July firt-t anrt
will necessitate three trips each
week, emh round trip being
about sixty tniltti. Mr. and Mm.
Stefam will live in the Earle A.
U owii house on Third Street.
When Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
King returned recently fiom a
trip'o I'oitland, they were: accorn
panied iiy Mr. ana Mrs. Dewey
GibbM, who will remain in lone
until alter barveut. Last Sunday!
tt.Hiwo laimlieN spent a happy I
itwy pienicing in t'lu mountain;
above Heppmr. Mm. King a no
i Mia. (jiuLa are bihtera.
Mr. anc Mr. hMiaoii Morgan
Mionry socuiy 'jiofjE REPRESENTED IN 1 wxmmz&mm
.1 .1.1.. TL,...
-K'"ir uiiMiiiiiy uieeiniK jiiuib-
day alternoon. The subject under
dirtcuion whs intermiing items
of the early missionary his-tory
of Oregon. Mrs. Luv.'sa L'jjy m
elected preniderit of the fcw.iety,
to fill the office left vacua by
thi removal of Mrs Marti, u Dick
The next meeting will be held
,Jamm and Edward Kel'er,
aorta of Mr. and Mm. Ed Keifer
of Pendleton, returned last week,
from Kirkaville, Mo. where they
here they are students in the
Still School of Otopathy. Tley !
made the trip by euto. comirg
by way of Minneapolis where I hey
picked up Ralph Thompsen, bom J
of Mr. and Mrs. Nii holi Thomp j
sen. Ralph has been attendirg;
ifonooi in Minneapolis curing ire;
; imt year. O i Thursday, Janim,
;K-l!er and his mother and Ralph ;
Thompson drove over from Pen j
jdicton. Ifere Mr. Thompsen rm-1 I
' In son and the Kellers spent! a;
' OF STATE UNIV.
MISS ELVA BALSIGKR
NOW BACHELOR OP ARTS
2' ' ' i it 4
i-"- K. I J.I,
Mva II Bahigrr
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UNIVERSITY c OREGON.
E.H"Mie, Ju'm- 12 Special..
One of the 677 students at ti e
Uf-iverKity or Drecon, whofo ra
l.f largest jjra'JuatirK class -in
i.e. history of any institution in
LoJe No. 120, A. F. and A. M. " Clrjli I motored to Ha
and Locust C'liapitr, No. ll'J, 0. 1 ,4''r &uluji, ,ur wetka visit
E. S. tie was also a member of j ul1 elatics. They w ere accom
tn a Ela'a lje oi Urppner. J ',etl by Mrs. tUmot.il liiislow
I f t I 1 u a , ii I. .4 ., I -t - . . i I li r.il I XAJ it I t i i tt t it t 11? . 11' ur I ij t I i I
i . . , couple of days visiting friends 'hestate. la from Morrow County, if.
luneral mes, Uev. W. W. Head I W Ibeir lioine in Uaktralui I . . ... k ; , lu ... m it;
Mrs. Fred N?choonjsso much
i'tiproved in health that last w tek
shf was mijVfd from the Ilppner
SHIP YOUR CREAM
MORROW CO. CREAMERY CO.
Thirteen Years on the Job. WM
Are the Cause of Yo.ir opting
Morrow Co. Creamery Co.
W. C. Cox, Manager.
oi the CuiiareiratiorialCnui thread 14 pieSjiil visit wuh home lolKs
tue lunc-ial sertice, and Alia, Mar 1 Lere.
naret Huhard sui.k three boior; Mis. J. E. Ctimes is havir.K h-r
"Face to Face' , "Swu ,Bulll) rttidducoi. btcona St. eel pa.nl, ' ' " , ' V ,
ibe-.nd Swemv R ,, !w. In. work s Pe.nu cone L), -.p. jl to the home of hc-r mo
Toe fio,a, oilers weiepiol : Ci.arley Ailing r. K-r Mm. Ka, Pctteys on ,
1 i .. ... I )w Crei k At thesame time ihst
knd wry leaulUul. Ihree pupus look the eighth
l'a!l beartra wtie VV. P. MiCa ; K'fdc exaiothatioii rthicli was k
1-0, W. P. Carnuovll. Gav M. An! v" Ihe scttool house June III-
ueiawii, Cetue HUakmai.' &. E.
th and sixth oy Mrs. Mai Haul
tfiake, on. hi be r of the lone school
Mrs. Lee Beckner very delight
fully eiiiertained (he town team
at her pleasant ranch home on
Wednesday evening of last week
Fned chikm with ail the fixin,Ht the Pctteys heme.
w.a servea to sixteen guests and; c?0 Fr(lk ,
'Mm. ikekner states t.lat Utook(Htnrv Kowel and 'trail son vial
'ten of her best friers to satisfy , m.-j-. ..ith Mr- unUar
Moore and VV. J, iiUkc.
lite Urccaced is ui vivtd ty his
widow, three uauiueis and a
bjii, naoitly: Mrs. J. A lilts ot
'loppvMiihD, Wahingloi), Mrs. J.
"li. brtx'eiy ana Mis. li. U. Mc
Curdy ot lone and l hu.nus David
s jiioI Ctv-vi lui.u, Onto, lorif are , w. a served to sixteen guests and
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misv am i lug luur eiMnr, cut,
funny Giasacoc or t'oriuiu,
Aire. EinmaMaJuca ut iict mutou
MS. May Propsloi Uol.endaie,
Washiiiaton anj Mrs. rloier.ce
1'iupviui Lauiom, Iowa.
liiUiriiful wan iiJude in ti c Odd
1' t'llyw ceineieiy ui luiie on Moil
i ay aluinooii. Mr. and Mrs,
liiooiui Davidson wire nut aoie
lj ria.h here in time loi the iu
rieral'serviciS out anivcd eaiiy
iUonU.y mtriliig. iuev were ml
hi i'ei.bleluu by 11. U. McCurdy
a.iu Earl Moiiun.
Llva liern.ee Baisier jeceives
irii'inajoted in Romai.ee Lanttusg' I;
J unit WHS k nipffllr (it Alr.t.:i K'
X i Delta social borotily. Aiias' j
..a siger is a member ot the Malh
initicsCmb Sue was very active
i sports, chietiy basKeLball, tase
i'jr, voheyoail ripeeoball and i. n
1 1 it Mrs. Niehoson was able to
Inave the hospital, Mr. Nichoccn
tin forced to entr the hospital
f r treatment. He was suferiuc
from tonsilitis and quiny. Mm.! r. Samuel Colcord, prominent
Katy I'a'tt'yswho has been very 1 latriiatioriaiistand peace worker
ill for some time is slow'y impro Jl Nw Vutli, will fleiivel the
ving Mrs. Frank Engc'man with 1 -oniuieiicernent adcresa at Me
th asHlsttnce of Mrs. Cryal' Arthur Court. 1W wiu speak ou
Sparks, is camr for the patients' nttrnational beace.
When An Emergency Comes
That require moving of the ick or injured the task must be preform
ed speedily and efficiently if it is to be of benefit to the patient. Our fine
ambulance, with careful c'rivtr and skilled atendanls awaits your call ity
or flight, and will be dkpached without delay.
Phelps Funeral Home .
CAY AND" NIGHT PHOtyE 1332
We note that Lor en lh!e is
driving a new 1930 Foru.
Cordon Drapers for all makes
of Harvesting Machinery , at
the gastronomic cravings
hungry boys - Coming as a
ant surprise to Mrs. Urcknef the
the apprtc a ive guests presented
a large silver Berving poon and
a set of silvtr orar.ge hpoi m.
Star Brand shoes at
Bristow & John, on's
4 Helms at Lexington.
Fresh Jersey-Holstein cow
The wedding march B3;t
H T,..,r,.J.. Ika Ikir A.... nt
Hobart luccuaj, inc ninu uoj ui
JJun, Mr. Carl Finn and MifS
j Alice Head werequirtly married
I in Plymouth church, St Helens,
BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME ,
WITH BRIGHT COLORED SHINGLES
(right over the old ones)
A COAT OF NEW PAINT
MAKE IT A HOME YOU WILL BE PROUD OF
Uc have the materials at the right prices. .
nUiiiJ hi) th4 riri tn'u (.Ufpr M ra i
I .ti' i.x.aM .t 1 1 . nft .11. n u .
uivw uiui Kanuii3 ui inuiv Fci Midred Laughlin. and the sim ! r r D t, , f:n n r 1 r j
daywitha test 4h AisoT B'p but beautifhi mamsge Heppner Planmg Millie Lumber i ard i
i tested. j ic of the Congregaiiona1 Church
I T. C. Trogp, lone, Oregon. : w; s reread bvthe Rev. Mr Allen
' 0 tor of Plymouth. The vouugj
I Phone 1123 Heppner, Ore.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank all the
friends who so kindly came to :JS
our help in -the sickness and I. Is
death of our husband and father,
Lewis P. Davidson and for the
many and beautiful floral offer
ings. The Davidson Family
I Removal Sale
t Billiards Road Oil Remover
I 15d. Bottles for 55ct.
Another Cut in Wright's
Squibb's Mineral Oil
$1.00 for 85d.
Dandelion Brand Butler Coloring
35rt Bottle for 25ct
I R. ROBISON
I ALL KINDSt
Z OF HIGH J
GRADE MA- t0
Motors rcground I
and fitted to re
pei-ple plan on making their home!
for the immediatefutureatBurn!,
Willie wont to a movie with ids
pntvnts. The picture showed a man
kissing the mnld, when his Stinill son
cr.nie In. T!ie father pave li'rt
tl(4lar mi'! tuld him not to tell mother.
Willie. Intrigued hy th islt,'!it. turned
to his father nnd said: "After thN,
pa, you've gut to give me a d. lhir."
See Bert Mason.
Removal Sale at Builard's
Pharmacy. Inves.igate for yourself.
You have had rain andyou
will have weeds.
25ct Ink Tablets for 15ct; I5ct Tablets for lOct;
lOct Tablets for 5cts.
I'Ost Curds of lone Harnett etc., formerly 5ct, tioiv 3 Jor 5 ,
Many Other Bargains
at Builard's Pharmacy
Nice New Line
Bristow & Johnson
PREPARE FOR THEM
If you have a Cheeney weeder, I
can supply you with all repair parts.
GET READY NOW.