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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1930)
THE 10NE INDEPENDENT!
Published Every Friday by
W. W. IlFAD. F.!itor ruWwIift.
One Year $1..V
Six Moniht 0.75
Three Month 0.M)
Entered at second Class tiittitt at
the poctoffire at lone. Oivgon, under
act of March S, IS 79.
Ft i Jay, Scrt. 6, 1930.
Patience serves us against Insult
precisely us clothes h ajpilnst cold.
For If you multiply your garment
as the cold Increases, cold cannot
hurt you ; In the same way Increase
your patlcr under great offenses
and they cannot hurt your feelings.
Leonardo da Vinci.
Alway Wa Out
"Of courea. if you cannot find a fiaw
In my opponent' argument," said the
Groat Orator to his alert secretary,
who was composing a speech, "yon
ran Just say it Is 'insincere.' "Detroit
Satitfitd Beauty Craving
A stuJent of Colonial America be
lleves that the women expended so
much effort to make patchwork qtilli
gay and bentiti.'..! because 1'iirltai.
Ideas would not I t tl e.:i i.::;ki nttn:
YOUR Electrical Appliances deserve the best off
care. Rugged as most of them aae, their usefulness can j
be prolonged almost indefinitely with slight attention. I
Fraved cordds unoiled motors loose connee-
tions these are the causes of impaired efficiency or
actual uselefsness of Appliances that should be indispens
able. Our Homa Service Man can restore themoseavice
at trifling cost Why not round up some of those Appli
ances you once found so convenient, the services of which
you miss so frequently? Make them ayailalle for your in
Instant service at any time, throngh the
Pacific Power and
"Aways at your Service"
h ave all the gvod qnalitties,
And Right Price.
For Automobile Service &
Accessories go to
one - Ore.
Continued Fiom Page 1
Oificer and members of tli;BoUbl- pf ,vllt0i (,,mnr
' Lexington Church of Christ met
In a special session on Thursday
; evening. Representatives from
'Jlermistcn, Hefner and Yin
City were present. Fallowing a
sax o'clock Dinner, a devotional
service was held. Revs. Guy Drill
of Pendleion, C. K. Swander of,
Portland and Hex Stallas of AN;
bany each maae helpful and in-j
tresling addresses on topics re-;
latinn to church work. i
There will bs a carnival dancei
in Leach memorial hall on Satur,
, Jay, Sept. 27t!i. to raise funds'
for the Rebecca lodge.
The members of the P. T. A.!
k.'ld a recetion iu honor of Lexl
Union's corps of teachers, on
; Friboy eveninu in the school irym
nasiutn. Af-rr sonic time spent in
ioeulchit, l.ntri I Ben'f, acccm
panied by Ms Kil.-v;r at the!
piatn, deiih etj iho-e present1
with several v.c i ?ilos. Fo low
inc this II. A. Chamberlain of the
State T. B Association, made an I
Cook with Gas.
See Htrt Mason.
il it ill s
Original Pillar Saint
SlnuMiu Stylltoi was Syrian ascetic
of the Fifth eentnry who passod the
lat SO year of life on ft pillar near
Antloch. He mat tne first ami moat
Evil May Ba RamadiaJ
If evil Is limvltnble, how art the
wicked accountable? Nay, why do wa
call them wicked at allT Evil In
Inevitable, but It I also remedluble.
Tim uttered part of a man's life,
let ua always repeat, beurs to the
unuttervd, unconscious part a small
unknown proportion. Ha himself
never knows It, much lea do
others. Thomus Onrlyle.
J& Clark & Linn &
Carpenter Work. Painting. Pa
per Hanging and General Re
DR. J. L CALLAWAY I
PAjrn 93 H.-bpiKr, Orma
-: Dermatician :
ft pays to look well.
"Specialist in Bobs"
C. L SWEEK
First National Bank BIJ.
When You Visit Heppner
Eat At The
Good Meals Bestof Service
A.D. McMURDO, M.D.
Physician And Surgeon
Ofiice In Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
Physician & Surgeon
Hippner - Orn
F. H. ROBINSON
Attorney & Counselor
Will Practice l-i Ul The Court
Office; Odd Fellows Bld'g.
Dr. C. W. Barr
I'lione M ni2 Cilma BUg.
Evenings and Summly appointmtnt.
IN I0NE HIGH SCHOOL
Pnlni Svtfom far IVi1nniinn
. w ............
To Be Useb This Year
IONE HIGH SCHOOL
In onlcr that stR-ial, nirnttil, ami
physical training for citizenship be
given proper rvaluation iit our hili
school a Mint system is to bo eJ
Instead" of merely Iving awarded
a letter in athletics as is usually prac
ticed", student by means of a citizen
ship cup are to be given recognition
for accomplishments in nil of these
lines of activity. Kveryone enrolled
in High School will receive recogni
tion. In the recognition of citizenhip
four divisions of activity arc to be
recognized Mental contributions
social avocntional contributions, phy
sical contributions and miscellaneous
I inter mental contribution are
I. A semester grade of OI-HH),
A, 200 points.
2. A semester grade of 86-').l, It.
3. A semester grade of 78-8 C
4. A semester grade of 70-77, D,
.S. A semester grade of below 70,
K, Ixiss of 200 points.
A student carrying 4 subjects can
make a maximum of 800 points a
semester for his class toward winning
the citizenship cup or hse the sam
number. (If a student carries 5
; subjects only the four lowest trine
1 trr gradrs shall be considered.)
A semester grade in conduct of
A adds 100 points, while one of R
j adds 50 points per individual per
!seuiester. An unsatisfactory conduct
s i graoe lakes on nn points per se
I'nder physical contribution.
I. Winning a sihool letter gives 80
2. Making the first team in inter
scholastic football, basketball, base
ball or track, but not a letter, 70
points. (First team include 4 uU
track squad and 4 subs in bax-ball.)
track squad and 4 subs in baseball.
3. Second string plajers 50 points.
4. Participating in interclass con
tests per game, 5 points.
5. Custodian of team's property
per sport (To win these point the
proprrty must be kept put awav
after each practice and game) 10
6, Abvncc from practice, loss of
5 points per practice.
Social A vocational :
I. Leadership (2 points per hour
of work plus 5 flat points per srrnrs
ter) This includes Pres. of Student
Body, Pre, of Clubs, Business
Manager, Editor of School Paper,
Treasurer of Student Activity Fund,
and other major offices that might
be agreed upon.
2. Service (2 points per hour of
work.) This group includes all sub
ordinate offices as council officer,
T! class officers, newspaper officers
3. Membership (I point per hour
of attendance.) This in.lules nx-m
At the end of the school year
faculty committee of all class upon
sors shall add all points. The class
having the largrst total shall be de
dared the winner of the cup. This
the president of the winning s class
shall be awarded commencement
night 4y the Principal. The cup
shall be the permanent property o
the school and shall be kept in a con-
spicious place at all times.
A record of the number of points
earned must be kept by the secretary
of each class who must turn a list
I into the officr at the end of each
1. Assemblies, 3 points for each
2. Plays, 15 points for each (not
more than 2 per semester.)
3. Extra duties, Library duty or
office duty 1 point per hour.
4. Attendance 1-2 point per day.
I 1-2 point more if not tardy.
j, iJcnaie team, iuu points, lass
' debate 50 points.
I 6. Declamation tryout, 50 points;
! alternate 0 points. Sub-Mistrict
winner, 300 points; 2nd, 200 points;
3rd, 100 points. District winner, 500
points; 2nd, 400 points; 3rd, 300
points. Inter-County winner, 1,000
points; 2nd 800 points; 3rd, 600
hcrship in any organization or cluh
not included above.
4. Church attendance per Sunday
50 points, Sunday School attendance
Miscellaneous. Special duties for
which no school credit is given.
Star Brand shoes at
Pirturaiquo Rail Lin?
The I'aUNurnpoMii mllm. l ltw
which was oponcd In ItCS. omni'i I
r'ranct w ith Spain through the l r
neea imnintultm. Tint tracks are Inlil
through tha most plcttircmiuo part of
'he mountulna, reaching nn altitude f
........ .. ....
i.uoo rm in some pince. , i con
frt tunnel cnnitts h iiimt' nn I
STRAUSS & CO.
Grain Dealers, of Portland, Oregon
Will Be Represented this Season by
W. M. Eubanhs
It will pay you to see him before vou
:; sell your wheat.
pay you to see L Balsiger
IONE CASH MARKET
Fresh and Cured
X We Buy Cream for Swift & Company. !
I Why not Sell Your Cream in Your Home Town? '
We are prepared to take care of your
Uniting requirements by the installation of an
electric key way machine and a stock of shafting
In a wide range of sizes. We also have a list of
second hand combines for sale. Agency for the
llr J. P.O'Meara, Proprietor
i 1 1
cater to the
wish first class accommodations.
Cole Smith, Manager.
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES,
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WGONS.
Bates Steel Mule Tractor
Faw Franih HanLinj Laws
Tho only Firmli hauUinif ln In
forcit mo thou drilling, villi th IVn't
of I'liim' mid ot'iinuUntlon In Hi
Ih'ld tif pupnliir mki'U'mIiui'hI 'ivdlt. t or
ordinary rtuiiiniTthil ImnKlna Ihi'if ik
no hi vn ur ri'ituliiUiiiiM ii m tit cD'gituWii
tlmi. tmiiiiui'iiii'iit, ri'f rrw Hindis or
liiHptM'ilnnit In pi'iiUi'i r ih i tin- ilf
lt.l(iirtt or ahiii't'liiiliU-is.
wheat it Will J
B. G. and Co. I
Meats, Butter and L'&js.
Companies new combines, ik
patronage of those who