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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1930)
IONE, OREGON FRIDAY, June 20, 1930.
SUMMER SESSION FOR
II CLUB MEMBERS AND
LEADERS NOW ON
ORKCON STATIC COLI.KCE,
Corvallis. June 19-
Amonil the 700 4-11 club num
hers and leaders wlio arc enjoying
the lixtccnlh annual summer ses
sion at Oregon State College,
are five from lone. Tltey aic
Mable Cook, Theodore Tliomp
sen, Elaine Nelson, Leo Young,
Every thirty possible is being
done to make the youngster's
stay on the campus, the happiest
and m t profitable two weeks of
the year. Kacli nnrning is devoted
to class work, both lecture and
laboratory, in all phases of agri
culture and home1 economics, add
lectures are given on a uumber of
An hour each afternoon is
slasm for the coming year of club, Following mtv ic'H hi the Con-J
work and with Information .ami. Kn'tiatioiial church, dinr.er was
inspiration for the clubbers who
were left at home.
Mi, and Mrs. E. J. Newton
m n j their i" on in law und oaufli
to-, Mr. and Mm. Ted Hull, of
South Mend, Wellington, arrived
lust Frimy for a visit with tela
livec. When they return to their
hunt; Iht'y will be accompanied
by another dHUjjhter, Mm. Jul
trirr Konki, who has been viMtihK
here for -several weeks.
Cook with Gas.
See Bert Mason.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Lurxleil
uttntfd the Slate Granne meet
i ig at Redmond.
Mrs. John Fairis was hobtetv
tti-rved in the dinintr room by the
members and friends of the con
uregation. The Mallard famii),
who are leaving soon for thvir
new hom at !!r?h, were
tht! honor gutats. The ;.'i;nd
pteHffite l Mr, and Mrs. .'..' '..ai
Hh a rug as u Enifill t'.I.e.i of
their love and t btecm. ;
O.'O. Horning; brother in law
of Mr. and Mm, li K. Harbison,
of Morgan, left the (irat of laal
weth for his home in (Jreaham.
Mr. Horning hoa hi-en in Morgan
for some time aH.-ititu; Mr. Harbi
auri in building at addition to hiss
The Missionary Society of th
Swedish Lutheran Church met,
We.lnes'lay alternoon at the ranch
tiome of Mrr. Jeise Warfieid.
iOuhteen adults and
iren were in attendance. An in
MRS. BELLA M. CORSON
RECCIVES SERVICE PIN
uivi-n over to Ucnenl assemblies.
with prominent s'ate officials and j Ih ,,h u,r -frei.l.mti.iii
other wellknown men and woM-n
lo the Ametican L'gujn Auxi.
Uty Ntdit8"lay evrm.g of last 'tcrestinK program r, an presented
vttt't k at Iht liunit on Second St. 'and atitf close appetizing refresh
AMer tl.e r-guiur luuline of bus- 'menu wire Btrvtd.
mesa oml th initiation of a chu-I
Oidate, the genu men jjintd the'
The fact that an individual mao
maysom'.'timss hi regarded as an
established institution is evidenced
by the bestowal of a 15 year strv
emblem on our popular te ephor.e
central, Mrs. Delia M. Corson by
the Pacific Telephone and Tele
graph Con pany. The pin was
accompanied with im engraved
card wi;h the following inscription:
Recognition of Service
t lll.'l I A M :v
In recognition of ur further v:
J contim.ous employment with the'P,
Hell System the I'acif.c Ttiei hone' f 1
' : t..rrm;ii!V nrv4,-riU In vnn iUc i t
tin L'lif U I f.lltl ' . f - J i
DV'wiai tun i it j .
.service tmauin inuicurg an
i tiduit'onal 5 year period
i if it i ..h i . , t
i ii. i. riiisoury, i nsidcni ; L - ,
SHIP YOUR CREAM
MORROW CO. CREAMERY CO.
Thirteen Years on the Job. We
Are the Cause of Your Getting :
an i (j
Morrow Co. Creamery Co.
W. C. COX, Manager.
Star Brand shoes at
Aboutj nnstow x Joiin:on s
i A babv boy was born to
Mm. John Karria and while herr
jattriidrd the carnival dance uiv
i d a I Of k I ' n by the ladies of the
'LfRion Aux ltry.
as speakers Among these are 0.
M. I lumnur, manager of the
Pacific International Livestock
exposition; Miss Edna Waples,
5ti pet visir of Iwme economics,
l'ortlar d; C. I. Starr, Prtsideot
or the state Hoard of higher tdu
cathn; members of the state fair
board; C. A. H -ward, state super
intendent of public instruction,
and several mci..Ltrs of the col
Fun of whatever kind the club
en is the order" the rest of the
day They go swimming in the
men's and worr.m's gymnasiums, ' em pat tf llie mate.
play tennis on the colicue courts,
Mr. and Mis. Earl THcock ofi'd Mrs. Koy Hall June 8, at the
Portland, visited recently at thei"o"ie of Mis. Fred Uitchie. The
boii.e of Mrs. I'iJcuck's t-ister :ountf man weiuhed ei-iht and
one half poundj and ha been y.
vt-n the name of Delbei t G-f.e.
Carlton Swanson went lo Hu
Hum, Wash., laU week where bt
k . J nn.rL II' it I, I . C f t. .4 . . I .. n.
I he member Of the tiaseti&II
takt psrt i'i the lust. ball, basket ux at the home of her a in,
ball, voile) ball or horsthoe lour Uichard lVtrion at Kimberiy.
ru cents or just loaf around i'he came horn , Kndaj.
S'ow4, parties phys and radio! vfclor nJ Turp pe,M0,lf n
programs occupy the evenings. , ,
In a day or so, Ju;ie 21 h fact. a v,",t w,,h ,he"
the boysaid girls will 1 - coming uncle, V. II. Peterson and family
back hone, wi h in:reased enlhu of l'ortlard.
Hall cf lone Ledge No. 120
A. F. & A M.
June 18, 1'j30. j
Whertaathc Surrtme Grand
Vsitcrhas se;jn fit to tail from
he land of the living, our brother,
L I. Davidson, and
Whaeas, this loJge and ord- r
m..- hu bst a loyal rn mb r ard soei ;
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vil e on.i other pointa in (he wtht '' ' rny,
Saturday, June fourteer-th at lo """r' ... .
Io. After a short ,v' u i("v u Vwl w
to tin tamily ot our a part C
t v am ate kivh k a dunce in the
o!) link at hu. e, Saumtay night,
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Hale and
Mr. and Mrs. Laxton McMur
Mrs. Corson taktS much pride
in shoeing the imbkm in her
iii.ndsand fuls gratiful to her
.mploycrs lor tluirkind regards' m
! and expression of confideixe.
mmm miui Kilts
Are an implitJ pkdge to lliose whom we trve, and in the
services this dignity it carried out in every tense of the word
Years ol experience in the mortuarial field enablei us to know
and give the utmost toward perfect service. Nothing it left
undone by us that will tend to aid the bereaved in this time
Phelps Funeral Home
CAY AND NIGHT PHONE 1332
daughter Miriam, ae parted. Moii'"? httVe received annmincement
da by auto to Portland, Browns ,jf lhe marriage or thetx ton
. ! . l ... . tan Puim fitwl Micd Tia
Mrs. Ida Petri non husbeen vif
AuCit), 1oh. After a short
MViiiiil tl tl in thf voiln? rnnriU
i:imakelh irhomein lordly h,hrT h ar' . Vhr, J
a here Mr. l'ae t.a3 a piHtior, ' ,hat 'h'Cliart. r of this I dge be f
urap-u n m urning it in -dp-
point d t im; ihai a c py if th to i
rrS lu i ns b spread upn tht.
r-cords, a c py subrrhKd to th" v
press far pjblici'ion a d an en
gr ss dcopypr senttd toilie fam;
a tht? University of lows.
The poles Installed by our company in one year, if
converted into lumber would add more than one hundred
fine new homes to this city.
The concrete and steel, brick and tile would add as
Of course every home would be adequately wired
for every electrical need -but the copper wire we instalj
h a year would also roof these houses, furnish rust
proof plumbing aud drains and copper nails.
The pocelain and glass from insulators would be
more than sufficient to supply the finest of porcelain
I fixtures and to glaze all windows with the finest glass.
t This indicates our contribution to the progress of
the territory, and our faith in the future of the com-
I munities we serve.
Pacific Power and
"Aways at your Service"
Hai Famous Nam
("li-mcn.-onu, rz., U nnwil nf'rr
lie rii'iieli niiilpsiimn. In hit will
('ciirps Cli'iiicnivati toqi-ntTui1 ti
III'-: tdWII "ll V:i:o it".:SIU'd t'V Cli:i-
I ! ( In a HkIiI nine color, wlilch will
Im f liikI on the utiiir Httove the mir
ror In my gtiidy."
4 - J J,UmtJ.., U..U. 4i 4j,
Kl I- R. ROBISON
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BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME
WITH BRIGHI COLORED SHINGLES '
(right over lhe old ones)
A COAT OF NEW PAINT
MAKE IT A HOME YOU WILL BE PROUD OF
Hi Ml l.'IVnC
$j 0 ; CiIINK WORKJ
5f1 ii CAREFULLY
x ZD ONE.
0 J Bearings poured J n
fitted to rc
S. K. Moore
Geo. N. Ely
J. W IIoaIc
A iJ- iviviTO ent office.
Mrs. Fred Ritchie announces
that she will receive maternity
cases at her home on Second
St., lone or, if desired, wilfgo
out on such cases. Prices aie
Oil the strces of lone, one pcu!
ncckl ce. Inquire at The InJepc.-.J
11 c have th? materials at the right prices.
j Meppner Planing Mill & Lumber Yard
I Phone 1123 Heppner, Ore.
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You have had rain andyou
will have weeds.
A Nice New Line
Bristow & Johnson
lone - Oregon
PREPARE FOR THEM
By buying a
If you have a Cheeney vveeder, I
can supply you with all repair parts.
GET READY NOW.