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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1930)
ionk. okecon Friday, Oct. 31. 1930.
Mim AMAIlt l.l.i: S 'l UODTMAN
l'ruct on the Senior Class play,
"Oh Kay" Is procwdinjr nicely
unci it in oxpectod that tho play
play will bo Riven Nov. 14 in thy
Jlijdi School Auditorium.
MiM Kwin hha doqmtcil on
Sunday to Portland for a whorl
stay with her mother Mm S. V.
Inderbitzen. Mrs. Ingles wa.i
nceonipained as far as Tho I Julius
by her husband.
Tho anrual rettrned party of
tho Freshman wr held in tho
Lexington uym on Friday evening
.After all of tho Ktndenta were
nriKcmllid a taffy pull was injoy
ed A number of exeitin') jramrs
wl.e plaed, after which delist
eul refrehhnu nU were nerved.
At assembly Friday morn in
the EnRlibh 2 Class delikhted the
ntudents with a ski taken from
the play "Cindcrilla". It was so
njoid by tho faculty that it v ill
b presented at the I T. A.
Mrs. Glenn Hall of Morgan is
nlowiy improving following a
nerioua illness. Mrs. J. VV. Christ
oqherson is assisting with the
work at the Ball honw
Mrs. Charley Botts was called
was called to Yakima Monday by
the serious iliness of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Jack Griffin. Mrs Botts
was accompanied on her journey
by her son Bert and her juug
Frawley Clarke Produce Co. of
Portland will be represents in
this territory as Inst year by W.
We sollicit your Produce trade.
Get in touch with Kuba.iks for
sh'ppi"? dates on Turkey;.
Make an Ideal Xmas Gift.
Come to Ilanlons Studio
Heppner - Oregon
123 Main St.
SEED WHEAT FOR SALE
200 Bushels Seed Wheat,
128, Cleaned and Treated.
THE RED AND WHITE
OFFICIAL ORGAN of IONE II. S. STl'DKNT H0OY
Hilli Tiiompu n, I .Jiior
Friday, Oct. 31, 1030.
SOUPIIMOKH CLASS PARTY Tucker opcred ths meeting by
Tho Souphmore ('la.va were
hosts to the student lxwy and
faculty at a party given in the
auditiourm Friday evening (Jet.
Norman Kverson won the prize
for tho fiuniest dressed boy and
Opal Finn, the prze for the fun
nest dressed girl. The Freshman
Class won thd best das stunt.
Games were played and the
freshmen ts were served during
The weekly assembly was held
at y. 00 Friday morning in the
hisli school auditorium. Mr.
r . ,
1 1 1
Hivmg a talk Mrs. Brown, seven
th and tight grade ttacl.ir. aavtr
a bretf talk about the :jraae
sciool carnival, which is to be
held in the gymnasium Friday
evening. Six grade school girls
sang with Miss. Pelkey playing
the accompaniment. Vda Euban
ks accompanied aksem! ly singing,
and Elizabeth Head led veils.
Pictures of the students ot the
HighSchool and grabe .school
were taken last Wednesday afternoon.
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IONE AT LEXINGTON
Boots, Shoes, Harness
Saddles Auto Tops
Leave your reparingat Oscar Cochran's tor
HEPPNER - ORJCJ:.r
;Thc panic played at Lc'iinifton, i
Friday, Oct. 24, resulted in a vie-1
tory for Lexington. Tho teams!
olayed quite evenly for the first 4
cj darter. In the second qu?.rte, Lex-
intfUm completed a forward pass;
which rosulttid in a touchdown; j i
rt. In th third! i
quarter Lexington fumllcda punt! i l Wfx,
deej in their own territory. lone 7!
rccovere thd ball. It was bucked
over for a touchdownby Elulanks.
lone converted by a pass from Me
Cab'i tKubanks, making the score
7-G in favor of lone. In the 4th
quarter U'xinjrtpn blocke Ione's
punt and recovered it back of
Ione's goal line. They concerted
a k place kick by Lane making
the score of 13 - 7.
Are no Experiment but are the
Product of Experience. The name
i-in iih atory. iy
Fmou Parii Saclloa
Th QunrUT Latin, the fann.i.
Ktud.'iit hiTilon of I'uri. fontiilii tl
S.irlx-tsnc. tlie Colli-Ke or Turin unl
ot her li(iiiU. It wn i named I.'
wet! Lntln mi the lansu:ig of
I wish to announce to the
ele:tors of Morrow Connty,
that, at the coming election, I
will be a condidate on the In-
P2:ident ticket for the office of
Co jnty Commissioner for the
short term, succeedi L. P.
Fo- S tie: Ohio Improved
Chester White Pins from reuis
tred Stock. Either sex a K"od
deal cheaper thun sendini? away
All old enough to weitn now.
At the Windsor Castle Ranch,
down the Highway J mile below
Ikppn.r.Orftfon Oct. 27.1'J.IO
Editor lone Indepi ndent,
Dear Hrothc ll.ad:-
El.c ion is i,ow ciily a ftw
day & off and as usual there is t
lot of last minute propai!anda
coming out, tco late for thof.e)
attacked to have time to rifuie,
the charges sr.d t!tftnd themstl
vcs. This U only the medio Js o
crook and scoundrels and the:
people should be warn, d not to
inllunceb by this stil of clcctormg
but to remember that if these
charges could be verifide they
would no i have been htld back
till the last w.ek ot tlx campain.
Regardless of who it hits 1 hope
th? next issue of th Independent
will carry such warning.
As tver your friend and alwj)S
for fair play,
Lkon W Dhicgs
IONK BARBKR SHOP
"f if i 1 if
SHIP YOUR CREAM
MORROW CO. CREAMERY CO.
Thirteen Years on the Job. We
Are the Cause of Your Getting
Morrow Co. Creamery Co.
W. C. Cox, Manager.
"I'here ai e limes
is worth its weight
few cents a day. May
we install your telephone?
Those Finer Points of Service- -
By nature tome of the finest boints neceesurily a part of better
mortuary service are more appropriately cared for by a woman.
Our trained laJy aisiilant assarcs these little fineries being well
taken care of.
Phelps Funeral Home
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CUT FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
And at all times it is
a precious saver o
steps, saver of time,
conserver of friend
ships. It costs but a
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Golda Ii. Mumma
TEACHER OF PIANO
Pupil o( VVm. R. Brown and
Frances Strk-tfd Hurke,
ELLISON and WHITE CONSERVATORY
High School Credits Given.
S'udio: Meln Street,
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i OF HIGH
W t GRADE MA-
t Motors rcground
. f,..r i,
land fitted to re
j Wround shafts.
MACHINE SHOP &
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They will make your house cosy and rr.r:". IK!:,
winter and are very reasonably pricui.
Watch, fcr our RED HOT Red & White
Specials each Saturday nad Monday.
We Try to Phase.
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R & W Solid Pack Tomatoes, 2J, 6 for $1.09
R & W Sauer Kraut 2j 6 for 0.85
' ' Hominy 2j 1 6for 0.77
R& WSpinnage2j 6 for 1.11
R & W Sliced Pineapple 2i 6 for 1.51
' ' Vcilow Cling Peaches 2j 6 for 1.67
" Sweet Potatoes 2J 6 for 1.31
R & W Sliced Pineapple 2 6 for 1.31
' ' Golden Sweet Corn 2 6 for 1.05
' ' Sweet Peas 2 6 for 1.17
R & W Tomato Soup 6 for .49
' ' Fancy Cockeye Salmon 1 6 for 2.07
B & W Pink Salmon 1 6 for .87
G & W Tomatoes , Puree 2j Your choice of
' Cut String Beans 2 these regular .15
' ' Golden Sweet Corn 2 values
G & W Sweet Peas 2 6 for 75
IONE - OREGON