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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1930)
IONE, OREGON FRIDAY, Nov. 7, 1930.
SECTION RESULTS .
IN 10NE C1J Y VOTE
J. P. LOUY MAYOR ELECT
MARSHAL FOR FOURTH TIME
Thecity election passed off very
quietly with ieHults as given be
low. Interest was chiefly centered
on contests for the mayoralty and
rnanshalship, Mr. John P. Louy
b.'injr chosen for mayor by a nar
tjw margin and Mr. George Frank
for marshal by & decisive major
ity. The vote cast was distributed
For Mayor: Jshn Louy 56: Bert
Maaoo, Recorder: W. W. Head.
9t; frank Robinson, 10. Treas.:
Crace Linn, 1)7; scaterinpr, 3. For
Marshal: George Frank, 81; P. J.
Linn, 24. Councilman for four yr. :
John Bryson, 1)7; Ix?e Howell, 88;
E. R. Lundell, yijscattering.C.
For Conrcilman for two years:
Ture Peterson, C5;TedTroge, C3;
J. W. Howie, 50; scatering, 3.
CITY of IONE, OREGON
Hudget Covering Estimated Ex
pontes anJ Proposed Tax Levy of
the City of lone for the Year. 1931.
6 Notice U hereb given that on
Tuesqay, the 1th day of Decfm
bor, 1930. at the hour pf 8:(X) o'
clock p. m., the Common Cuncil
of the City of lone, Oregon, will
meet at the Council Chamber of
said City for the purpose of dis
cutwinglhe Budget and hearing
objeetiouathereto, and ano taxpay
er in the City of lone will be heard
for or against the tax levy as
hereinafter proposed, which has
been prepared iu accordance with
the provisious of chapter 113 of
the General Laws of the State of
Ore., for 1921, anp which shows
an estimate of the amount of
money necesHary to be raised dy
taxation by the city the City Gov
ernment for the ensuing year
of 1921.: Also showing thee prob
able receipts of said city other
than by direct taxation upon real
and qersonal property for the yeo,
Light & Power $1192.52
Marshal's Salary 900.00
Recorder's Salary O.00
Treasurer's Salary GO. 00
Interested Bonded Debt 780.00
Intereest on Warrant Eebt 15.00
State Acci. Ind. Com, ... 28.10
Miselaneous Expenses 501.00
S reet Work and Gravel.. 300.00
Sinking Ftnd 1500.00
Licence an Fines 155.00
Estimated Taxes 2582.37
It itf estimated that it will be
necsmry torrise, by taxation, the
sum of $5, 169.62, as shown above,
after deducting receipts from from
J. P. Bryson, PaulT. Bal-
Finance Comm 'tut
Election Day Observed
Election day was observed with
great gusto atthe high Behr.ol by
taking a straw vote oo sample bal
lots; proceeings taking 45 minutes;
9:00 to 9:45
As soon as all the ballots were
cast the vote was counted and the
and the results were posted bef ore
the first period was over. One
feoture was that the finals could
be had without waiting for the
Wednesday paper, The succesful
politicians of our immediate inter
est wcrr: Governor, Julius Meier;
U. S. Senator, McNary; Repre
Kenneth Akers who underwent
a major operation in a Heppner
hospital is making a satisfactory
recovery. He hones to be able to
return to his home in Ihna by the
last of this week.
Mr. and Mas. Clifford Christ-
opherson were week-end visitors
with relatives near Vancouvep,
DR. POlTnG AT
THE RED AND WHITE
OFFICIAL OKCAN of IONE II. S. STUDENT BODY
Klpk Ttamptra, Editor :
Friday, Nov. 7, 1930; '
Mr. Tucker is giving an extra
An interesting meetinir of fifJ-
pils aud instructors was held in fifteen minutes of Coaching to she
the gymnasium, Friday morning:, football svuad in preparation for
Tne meeting was opened by Mr. the game with Heppner, Nov. 7.
Tucker who, aftor a few intrr- This has been made possible by
ductorp remarks, gave the me t- the coopeation of all the high
i.if over to Mr Rigg?. After sev- school students a3 they now cut
eral assembly songs, DonalqHeli- the noon hour to 45 minutes in
ker sang "Betty Co-Ed'' and as to make digmsfa,
an encore numker gave 'Cuck3r'. j . . , . . , ,. . .
7 . t of f tudents 15 minutes earlier in
He was accompanied on tne piaw,
by Ralph Gibson. Several grate
sdhool boys gave a short play,
No. of Clear Days 12.00
No. partly cloudy days 11.00
No. cloudy days 8 00
Light Frost 11-12
Killing Frost 28-29
Total precipitation 0 80
Total recipitation since
September 1 ;.:....'.. 1.13
For same period last year L 0 44
Direction of prevailing wind N.E.
R. E. Harbison,
Co operatwt Obsarver.
Dr. Poling of Oregon State Col
lege will visit Cecil Grange Sat
urday night and everybody is in
cited to be present Ladies please
bring mince or pnmkm pies or
sandwiches, fies especially.
"Doctor Eobbs" .in which Ctrl
Lindekin as the doctor and Fred
Rankin, impersonatingan old ma'd
were the most outstanding mern
cers of the tast.
Are no Experiment but are the
Product of Experience. Tht nanr matteJ.waa. put off till a later
Student Body Meeting
The monthly student body meet
ing wrs held Monday afternoon,
Nov. 3, the president. Earl Mc
Cabe, presiding. There was some
discussion about a carnival or some
other means of raising funds for
the stuent body treasury and
fixing a date for thisto take plate.
Nothing definite was decided and
tells the Story.
m jjr-S'S rt - - - . t . . .w-
A Thins off Beaut
and a Joy ftrwarj
IOvar Four Tlmaa Efflelant IT
M But Oil Um
lights Entire Room
You can read in any part of the room with this won
derful kerosene mantle lamp. The beautiful design of
the parchment shade conforms with the design on the
bowl in such a way as to produce a very artistic
effect. It's a pleasure to do evening reading, writing
or sewing under the white, soft mellow light of this
new modernized Aladdin Table Lamp.
No Generating; Waiting? Pressure)
Noise; Smoke; Odor; or Trouble
It buna common oil (Kerosene), absolutely safe, cant explode.
Anyone can operate it. Government tests and scientists at leading
Universities show it rives twice the light of the best round wick,
ppen flame lamps and yet burns les than half the oil The Aladdia
was awarded Gold Medal at the I'anama-Paci&c Exposition.
This Store Authorized Distributors for the Aleddin Lome.
A full line ef Supplies for all model Aladdin
always en band.
IONE - OREGON
IONE BARBER SHOP
Was Ovar Difficult!
Many men owe the raudeur of tlialr
Uvea to tlit'lr tieirwudom difficulties.
Charles lladduo Spurgeon.
Golda E. Mumma
TEACHER OF PIANO .
Pupil o( Win. R. Brown and
Frances Strlegef Burke,
ELLISON and WHITE CONSERVATORY
High School Credits Ghfif.
S udio: Main Street, '
I R. ROBISON
u:: GRADE MA-
;; CAREFULLY 1
;; Motors reground ; ;
O;: Bearings poured; ;m
I land fitted to re ' I
Aground shafts. !
fj MACHINE SHOP
See Those New
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They will make your house cosy and wa in this
winter and are very reasonably priced.
Watch, for our RED HOT Red & White
Specials each Saturday nad Monday.
We Try to Please.
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123 Main St
Carnegie Hero FundjjCom.
Make Award of Medal
The Carnegie Hero Fund Com
mission has ordered a bronze med
al Bent ' to Mr. and Mrs. Hallick
Stange in redognition of the hero
ism of their daughter, Eva Stang
Miss Stange lost her Hfe in a
vain efsort to save Glenn Robison
f com downing in the Columbia
River at Alderdale Ferry in Aug.
1929. Mc. tr.6 Mrs. Stange live rt
Lon&' i j?. , Washington. Lastsum
mer a resrescntative of the Car
negie corr n.if jion visited lone and
from Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Robison,
parents of Glenn learned the story
of the tragedy.
GIRLT RECEIVE PRIZES
The thre 4H club girls of Miss
Hildegard Williams' sewihg class
who won prizes at the north Mor
row county fair atBoardman have
received their prize money. Char
lott Mccabe, wjnner of the first
prize, received $2.50. "Mildred
Lundell who won sebond, receiv
ed 51.00. Margaret Lindeken,
winner of third, received 75ct
These thre girls and Miriam
Hale aree entitlec to achievmen?
which will pe presented soon.
Frawley Clarke Produce Co. of
Portland will be represente in
this territory as last year by W.
M. Eubanks. . . ,
We sollicit your Produce trade.
Get in touch with Eubanks for
shipping dates on Turkeys.
Boots, Shoes, Harness
Saddles Auto Tops
Leave your reparingat Oscar Cochran's tor
HEPPNER - OREGON
SHIP YOUR CREAM
MORROW CO. CREAMERY CO.
Thirteen Years on the Job. We
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W. C. Cox, Manager.
Those Finer Points of Service- -
By nature some of the jfinest bolnti neceetsarily a part of better
mortuary service are more appropriately cared for by a woman.
Our trained lady assistant assares these little fineries being well
taken care of.
Phelps Funeral Home
DAY AND NIGHT PHONE 1 332
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