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The IONE INDEPENDENT
rrldny, Oct. 31, 1930
MisH Hildeirurdti Villitims and
Mr. Harriet ltrown were Khop
injf in Pendleton Saturday.
Tho lone Ih'kIi hcIiooI footlmll
team rnet defeat last Friday at
tlie handnoftlio Lexington wjiiad
1 nu cominjj from Heppner.
Tho Sophmore purty, Riven
List Friday at the nchool Houho,
was indeed an enjoyable affair.
The tfuexts wfre the hiVu Bchwl
fc indent b(ly and the whole school
i" v"v "v"n'ip muu niiiuvilk mill kllV VVIIVIU n.iiA;i
the IiCxIoifton field. Tlu wort" I f icultv. I'V.r i-nti-Hiiinmpnt tnrh
was i:i-7. There will bo no Rame Iuhk put on stunts. The hit of
I'riday of this week. On Novcmb- tho evening was tho hobo act by
er.7 lone will ilepprur on the
Donald Hcliker and Robert liottH
lome field. Thin will be phe liwt'i.f Hip Krhmnn !:, Th .ti.nt
Kume of tho suacon. J o( tht. Junior daHH WM aH0
inroiiRn an ovtrsiRht twoju wan the tnarriaReof Andy and
names were omitted from the hon
or roll of the jmtdo school as pub
iUhed last wuk. Theno aae Har
ry Normoyl and Kuth Crawford
both of the fifth grmlv, MissCen
eva I'elkey, teacher.
Four new pupils recently cot
Madam Queen. Norton Lundell
was Andy, Opal Finn, Madam
Queen, Joel Knjfleman, Amos
and Norman Everson, tho minis
ter who jH-rformud tho marriage
cerelllony in a very dignified
manner. The prizo for the best
ertc our khuIo school. They are' , . n r 1 1
1 .i... . ' y urc:stunt went to MiufriKhman class
niMiiKvin vi uiu ijoniRomery 1
Family which has moved into I Conti "cJ ,aM '''
STRAUSS & CO.
Grain Dealers, cf Portland, Oregon
Will Be Represented this Season by
W. M. Kubanks
It will pay you to see him before you;
I sell your wheat.
Before contracting or j;
selling your wheat it Will j
pay you to see L. Balsiger
representing B. G. and Co.
On Wednesday, October, 22,
Mrs. Anna M. Ellis, grand con
ductress and deputy for the
worthy grand matron, paid her
official visit to Locust chapter,
No, 119, 0. K. S. In the Bf tor
noon she held a school of instruct
ion at Masonic hall, and in the
evening there was a special meet
ing for the purjose of inspection
Forty two membra of the ordfr
were present, the following mem
bers of Kuth Chapter of Heppner
being among the number; Mr.
and Mrs, C. W. McNarner, Mr.
and Mrs. Wightman, Mrs. Gay
Anderson, Mrs. C. C. Patterson
and daughter, Mary and Mrs. W.
Hall. Following the routine of
work, delicious refreshments
were served in the dining room
where hallowe'i-n dfcorations
gave seasonable effect to the
During Mrs. Ellis' stay in lone
I she was the house guest of Mrs.
' Bert Mason. On thursday evening
Oct. Z, thirteen rnem'jersof lone
motorc.l to heppner, the invited
guests of Ru'h Chapter, where
they attain met the grand Conuct
ress and sient a pleasant even
ing with the members of that
chupter. 'Ihose in attendance
were: Mrs. Elmer Gmi'ith, Geo.
I Ely, Mrs. Carl Brown, Mrs. II.
jW. Brown, Mrs. Boy Lieuallen,
Mrs. Lee iSeekner, Mrs. Carl
,'Feldman, Miss Katherine Feld
Jman, Mrs. Willard Blake, Mrs.
'Bert Mason, Mrs. Harlan Mc
j Curdy Mrs. A. A. McCubi and
Miss Jessie McCabe.
On Friday Mrs. Bert Mason
, accompanied Mrs. Ellis to Condon
From Condon Mrs. Ellis went to
Arlington. The district meeting
of the order of the Eastern star
will be held Nov, 6, at Arlington
at which time lone will exemplify
the initiatory work, Heppner will
have charge of escortiog and bal
'bti.ig and Arlington will open
PLAY SAFE -VOTE
"Now is no time to make a
change" says Calvin Coolidge
Here are the Republican candidates for National and State offices.
Take this list with you when you go to the polls.
CHARLES L. McNARY ..For United States Senator
One of the States most valuable assets
PHIL METSCHAN For Governor of Oregon
A splendid administrator - patient, tolerant, just
W. C. HAWLEY . For First Congressionl Dbtrict
Invaluable to Oregon because of his seniority in Congress
R. R. BUTLER For Second Congressional District
Untiring in his efforts for the advancemet of Oregon
DRANKLIN C. K0REL. . For Third Congressional District
Quick to win recognition in the National Capital
HARRY BELT For Justice of the Supreme Court
An able jurist
PERCY R. KELLY For Justice of the Supreme Court
Deserving of his promotion
J. U. CAMPBELL For Justice of the Supreme Court
A keen, analytical mind
T. A. HOWARD , For Superintendent of Public Instruction
A capable educator
CHARLES H. GRAM For Commissioner of Burea of Labor
He has the welfare of labor at heart
The above candidates, witt the other regular Republicau
nominees, command your respect and deserve your vote
VOTE THE STRAIGHT REPUBLICAN TICKET
(Paid adv., Republican State Central Committee, Elisha A. Baker Sec,
Morgan Bldg., Portland)
IONE CASH MARKET
Fresh and Cured Meats;. M:i!fer nn,l F,i
:: We Buy Cream for Swift & Comp anv X
1M... 1 ft r .....
i v iiy noi acn lour cream in Your Home Town?
IKeal Lstate Instirnnrf: .
fHCNE BLACKSMITH SHOP
We are prepared to take care, of your
shafting requirements by the Installation of an
electric key way machine and a stock of shaftinn
in a wiuc ranse 01 s.i.2S. we also have n kt of V
avwiiu nana i.uiuuiiie iur saie. Agency lor the '
. ...... w..ii'itil.v.- iivi ft
0 J. R O'Mcara, Proprietor j&3
cater to the patronage of those , wU
wish first class accommodations.
Cole Smith, Manager.
Duero2QNON in Your
The power districts amendment would
permit political speculation and "high
finance". . . without any limit . . . at the
expense of every taxpayer in the state.
UTILITY TAXI'AYEIIS COMMITTEE
II. L. W'ALTHhR, Manager
206 Sixth Street, Portland, Oregon
SAVE OREGOX FROM MVASU SOLD FOR TAXES!