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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1930)
IONK, OREGON FRIDAY, Nov. 28, 1930.
Rebekahs Meet In
lone won rejjrcwdU'd ly over
thirty momlx-HS of the order at
the Itebcki'kah convention held
Friday uf tcrnoon ' add evening in
llepdnor, SanH Sonci Lodo uct
htf us hoHtoHH. MrB. DuonaThiel,
president of the Kebekak Assem
bly, paid her official visit at this
t me. Hurchjrras Initfe, of lone,
took an activi pnrt in both the
afternoon ai d evening session?,
exemplifying the degree work
and winning th prize which had
Uvnoffvrred fur thejk'st rendi-
Woa of the unwritten work. Mrr,
Delia McCnrdy gave the work for
lone. The next convention will be
held at Lexington.
THE RED AND WHITE
On itlAL ORCAN of IONE H. S. S IXDlvNT BODY
Kilh TbumM'M, I'-ditor
Friday, Nov. 28, 1930.
Walter Eubanka, representing
nhe Frawley-Clark Conpuny of
No. 8 Fo'tland, has made two ship-:n-rx
f-s!menta of turkeys from lone, two
SERVICES AT BAPTIST
CHURCH IN IONE
VISITS IONE SCI ICOLS
The Baptist Ladies Aid
Socitcy will hold a food and
fancywork sale on Satusday
Dec 13 at Hrlfttow & Johnson
CITY of IONE. OKECON
BuJet ComlnEiitimated Ex
peiuet and Proposed Tax Levy of
the City of lone for the Year. 1931.
Notice is hereby given that on
Tuesday, the 4th day of Decern
fcchool closed Wedncday to reo- Mr. iuc Rodders, countv
iH-u Mondy. Short but interesting Kmt superintendent, and Miss
i hanksgiving programs were giv
en In the various rooms on Wed
nesday. All of the teachers except
ing the vacation out of town. Miss
Dolores Levins is visiting her
parents in Portland as is also L
N. Kigfis. Miss Florence Emmons
is standing the time with the
home folks at Salem. Mrs. Harri
et Urown is visiting her daughter
Mrp. D. McMullan in The Dalles.
Mrf. Walter Johnson, reattr
ftnd impersonator, gave a vary
pleasing brogram last Friday ev-
i. it.. l t l II.
Audiey Wienclm.,aiH'8nt8Uite,:n,nK Bt.wre
rixklM,).. M. vLitJii,. program w&i interspersed with
lone schools lant Fridry and pre
BcriLd 4 II achievm?nt pins to
Mirinm llalp. unnri T indole in I'
Mildred Lundell and Chatlotte mc c?mI,anied b? KalyhGilHonatthe;
aje 1 piano, a musical number by Don-
rrL i i . i 41c I Ieliker and Robert iJotts and
The sale of Christmas seals will viii nnmW hv Unhurt
Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Cuthr
motored over from Hermiston on
from Hoardman and two from Pi- T ursday of last week. They me
U Rock for the Tha ikngiving v th the Iad,es f the Baptist
traa. j ie reports that the Thanks- Church in the after, oon at tie
giving shipment of birJs has been Home of Mrs. Loren Hale and in
Continued on I'g. 4 I Continued on last Pg.
musical numta-rs I y local taient:
a vocal solo by L. N. Riggs, a saA
aphone solo by Veda Eubanks, ac-
scart December 1.
I Beginning December 1st, hit
PnoL-Af lioll rm tinn Vila YktmMi 1-,.-w.U.rm ..ni m,,...,, t U
M.ss Geneva Pelky ,s guest of , earrie3ibythehi(?hscnooltearr . hool hou.e. '
her passnts at Milton, Miss Ililde-
,.-,, ure..Wu-fc bcen ,dfedM folIoWf. scniora
of Mrs. George R.Uh.e in Port- ,.J, . . . ,ro ,
lrnd and Miss Maudr Knight Ha--54. Juniorsdefeatedsophamorcs1
ited briefly with her brother, Fred dy a K0Te of S9.0; freshmen dv-' . Brothers Benge, Adkins, Chaf
Knight, principal of the Junior junj0P. Three mor j tie. Brown. Avers aneWisdweie
High School at Hood River, and( jnter-cltss games will be played Heppner Odd Fe'lov, s who enjo; -from
there plans to o on tn her . i.fori, the nnpnino- of the rovuk r i the hosDitalitv of thelene kxk e
basket ball schedule which ve Saturday night. A Heppner can
hope to publish next week. eidate wrs initiated at this mett
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. Ing &nd Laxton NcMurray wai
Kpyit Prni ARQ I presented with a twenty-five ye.' r
1 LULAK5 I jewe, w w Head mk.n?
IfAnrforth all mkMWs offerin-r the p.esentation speech. Refresh-
home at Forest Grove.
BAZAAR, DEC. 5
The ladies of the Congregation
al Church hnve announced Friday
December 0, as the date of their
ChristnrJ Bazaar. Needle work
W. at the hour of Mi) a' w.ll be on sale all day at the
cU-k p. m., tl.e Common Council church dining room andjai six o'
of the City of lone. Oregon, will clock a turkey dinner wm oe
meet at the Council Chamber of
said City for the purpose of dis
cussing the Budget and hearing
objection thereto, and any taxpay
er in the City of lone will be heard
for or against the tax levy as
hereinafter proo:id, which has
Uen prepared in accordance with
the provisions of chapter 113 of
the General Laws of the State of
Ore., for 11)21, and which shows
an estimate of the amount of
money necessary to 1 raised by j
taxation by the city the City Gov-
. . e .... a L .. ;
iTiimeni ior uie ensuing year
of ly:U. Also showing the prob
able receipts of said city other
than by direct taxation upon real
and itersonal projerty for the year
Light & Power . . $1192.52
Marshal's Salary t)(K).(K)
Recorder's Salary ...00.00
Treasurer' Salary 00.00
Interest on Bonded Debt 780.00
Intereest on Warrant Debt 15.00
State Acc. Ins. Com. ... 28.10
Miscelaneous Expenses 304.00
Street Work and Gravel.. 300.00
Office Rent. 30 00
Sinking Fund 1500.00
served 10 which the public is in
vited. There will be a charge of
50 cents a plate.
meronanaise ror saie tn lone w; 1
be comjelled to pay a license fe
or make affidavit that the goo 's I.ASt week, C. A. Low wos pre-;
offered sri t'ie products of their sedted w ith a fifty year jewel by
own fields, garden or orchard, the Grand Lodge of Oregon, J .
TneordinancecovensgpePu'ii gi. & a. m. Mr. Low was mace
Mason id 18G8 at Eastmanville, ;
was passed in 1893 btt eoforci
J merit has hitherto been ncg:t(
Is it a l-o-n-g way
Even the shortest of hallways seems
too long, when the telephone's to be
Why not have an extension tele
phone right where you most likely are?,
In the bedroom, the sun porch, or
the kitchen wherever it will save the
An extension costs but a few cents
a day. It is so convenient.
The Pacii ic Telephone And Telegraph Company
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Baautlful Hand Dtcoratod Shadat
In Cla and Parchment
With Uk Aladdin now equlppril with lhm rtquuitt
ha let, you inn litlil yiiur liumr niinly h rllit icntly
city homrs but )mt atti.tually ai wdL bcvcral
cli uuus tkatiu Uuw lUtU Ui ktwuM.
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ordinary coal oil lamp.
Let Us Demonstrate It To You
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Boots, Shoes, Harness
Saddles Auto Tops
Leave your reparingat Oscar Cochran's tor
HEPPNER - OREGON
Licences u. d ines l.rT.00
Kstimnted Taxes ?,
It is estimated that it will be
necssary to raise, by taxation, the
sum of $2,585.37, as shown above,
after deducting receipts from from
J. H. Dry on, PuulT. Bal- aa:attr
F inane t Commlttut
See Hcrt Mason.
Golda E. Mumma
TEACHER OF PIANO
fill II of Wm. R. Flrown and
Frances Strkgtl Burke,
ELLISON and WHITE CONSERVATORY
High School Credits Given.
Studio: Main Street,
I. R. ROBISON
;; ALL KINDS::
:: of high ::
1 m. inn 111 1 ft
U GRADE MA- I
I Motors rcground i
U t Bearings oouredl H
land fitted to re
1 VrT',WIWMl M1H 'tIMtAi
IONE BARBER SHOP
See Those New
Bristow & Johnson's
They will make your house cosy and warm this
winter and are very reasonably priced.
Watch for our RED HOT Red & White
Specials each Saturday nad Monday.
We Tiy to Vlcase.
Bristow & Johnson
lone - Oregon
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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.
Those Finer Points of Service- -
By nature ome of the flnwt boint neccessarily a part of btrttcr
mortuary service are more appropriately cared for by a woman.
Our trained lady assistant assarci these little fineries being well
taken care of.
Phelps Funeral Home
CAY AND NIGHT PHONE 1332
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