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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1930)
IONE, OKECO.N FRIDAY, Dec. 12, 1930.
W. men's Topic Club,
The VVonu iut
1 Vcmlrr the fiixth at tin1 home
ol'Mr. Omi'p Kklniann. Aimri-
can ArtinU win the mihjcct li
cuHst'l. Mm. liif-2 Fnrlaml p.ivi
n dintuHsion of MaxfU-M 1'urrish.
Mm. Henry Suiousc (lineurtaed
Norman Kockwill nml Mrs. Karl
liluke ruvo u paper on Howard
Chaiiiller Christy. Mrs. Hurler
gave m re.'ulinir. The following
officers weivikcted:- Von Kt'it
maim, jirtsi-It nt; VaiK'aret Wake
vice preHiilent; Kuth Koitmann,
ChritmuH party and jtot-luckMiij)-per
will he Decemher 20 at Kuth
tiie fi'llowis'k' ciliens of thin
district wi iv nimmoncl to the
County seat Monday for jury
duty:- Kdicar Hall, l'aul HalsitfiT,
Mr. inter, 1eanord Carlson,
FredCiriffin. lVrt Johnson, li-rt
ralmateer and Winer Hall. Klmer
Hall waMexuised from service.
TV'Jj,k Ilverson home was
U'stroTTTy f'rt? early Sunday
morning. The fire started from
the kitchen utove and w hen dis
covered by Mrs. lv.'crson and the
children win well underway. The
wahinif n.achim', radio, sonic
UnMing and funiture were saved.
The loss is jiartl covered hy in
surance. Mr. Everson who is drill
ing, wheat for Kind Swanson, was
not at home at the time of the
lire. About a year and a half ago
the Everson family had their
home destroyed by fire and since
that timo they have been living
in the house on the farm ow ned
by Mrs. KvoMon'a ir other, Mi?.
Jennie Nolan, deiea; I'd. at picsent
they are living in Mr, John
Ix'uy's houe on S tond street,
M. . Morgan a midair Vt, Mrs.
Albert N'ohon. weiccalk l into
Washington th? firct of last week
ly the sirious illness of Mr. Mor
gan's son. Ira Morgan. Mr. Mor
gan returned home Sunday, but
Mrs. Ntlson remained with her
brother. Ira Morgan and family
live at Leavenworth, Washington
but the patient is in a hospital at
Wenatchce, where he has under
gone a Major operation. There is
little hope for his recovery.
THE RED AND WHITE
01 1 IU A!. ORGAN i.flONK II. S. SjUlJiiNT IJUDY
RI.h TIimincn, I'.ditur
Dec. 12, 1030.
The Eriilay aswmbly met in
the gymnasium and was pleading
ly entertained by a iniscelaneous
program. The first and second
ifrude jmpils of Mi.:s Knight's
room jiresenteil an excellent play
"The First Thanksgiving." The
pupils participating were appro
priately costumed and made a col
orful picture as they danced and
feasted. The school band played
three numbers which received
each Sunday evening. Services
begin at 7:150 o'clock. Every one
is invited to cwrm itnd hvar oirn.
STUDENT IUiDY FFTEI)
BY JUNIOR CE :3
Friday evening, Dec. th a
BAZAAR AND DINNER
The Congregational bazaar and
(i o'clock dinner was well patron-
1 VVVilif'K, .v.i .1 . . , till
, . , ,, .. i izcd and a good y sum was added j
party was given to the entire high ,
, , i , i, . .U) th! treasury, It wns a merry,
school and faculty. ! . ., . . .
,i 4l , i,',- '.rowd thar gathered anound the
When the guests arrived at7:J:) . . , , , , . i
the building, was yet unlighted ute & i
due to the failure of the electric : WM with (k.ccraJ
light system and the scarc.ty of (jf m, am, whjte ani, p ,
gasoline and kerosene lamps in of hc,jy. Even Uie faet that lone1
lOIie, UUL III SUOI l UUIC .-f V l'J i.1
IiRVlTRLY HILT.n.-Wcll all I know
! ; J i '.t what 1 read hi the I'apon. There
U some prr-tf y bis stuST In the papers
llOW.KliiVH. hilt ltl
WS&Wffil Uni,it unjt,r cvtr-
Vnrl U i you evcr kin'er
lamis were procured and the par
ty proceeded merrily. After a
was without electricity, Friday,
afternoon and night did m t de
tract from the success of the af-
variety of games had been played lhc licauti'ful h;y WM lhe
.uHud.ng H.ngo V.rg.u.alieel R.ftof Mf3 w y ,ul!,rd of
and others, delicious refresh
ment of cake, sandwiches and
lVllowere Kt-rvod in the Dormant.;
v. C. W. Cutler of Hcrmiston : room An aUml)t of .
ding services at the HapUi t ,.,, lf thet t(mn, WiVa f. Kt( ,
The Baptist Ladies AiJ
Socitcy will hold a food and
fancywork sale on SatusJay
Dec. 13 at Bristow & Johnson
Cold Heach. j
eralof the tow ns Ixjys to stei I , ,.-,.
he refreshments was frustrated i mcy work sale of the Chist.arv
by Mr. Riggs. Many Seniors an I Church, Dec. 20. at the C. W.
Frcdimen expressed the opinio.i ,Bvvanson store.
that it was the best party given
To Prncrv Old Prinli
SiiiiK fid print of Ikiwur. Iilrdi
ninl iirrxoti.ini'n nrn now do ixipulur
fur frutuliiK. It I u!u wurtli while to j ?
luke Multablo iinnlfrn jilctun-s or j
irliiU, i'rh:ii from iiingaxitiPK. and j J
aniliiie tlit'in with a Ikht cunllus of i
llijuld nx. Thin trt'iitnifiit will glv
(liciii a inrlliM. old tone and will pre-
. i . n i . .i ... . I , ,.
jiliiiu'd flntilj to tt rial aurfufe before j
tin! wiit la iii'pllfd. Simply framed,
lln-y will look iliurmliig on the walla
. . ... ! "
oi a ruuiii.
in the gymnasium for a long time.
"Only Sally Ann"
Friday evening, Dec. 12 at the
I Igli School Auditorium
IONE BARBER SHOP
1 CASH SPECIALS DEC. 13-15 !
The home of Mr. and Mrs. K
II. Turner was the scene of a gay
f.miily party last Friday evening
wher the children gathered at
homo to help Mrs. E. II. Turner
celebrate her (loth birthday. Mrs.
Tu ner suffered a ntfoke of par
i.'ysis some time ago but was able
to sit up and blow out the can
tiks on her birthday cake. There
were (10 ccndles on the cake, one
candle for every year. Those pres
ent included Mr. ndd Mrs. K. II.
Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lind
Ftrom, Lee II. Turner, Mr. and
Mrs. Ilalph Turner, Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond N. Turner and children
Raymond Jr. and Catherine.
Mrs. Lee Turner and daughter
were confined to their home bv
See Bert Mason.
Golda E. Mumma
TEACHER OF PIANO
Pupil of Win. R. Brown and
1'iincen StriviU'l tlurke,
i:i.US0N and WHITE CONSERVATORY
School Credits Given.
. ud;o: Main y)tret,
Tare td One-Third
for Round Trip to
NOV. 1, 8, 15, 22, 24, 29
DEC. 6, 13, 18, 19, 20
Return limit Feb. It, 1931
Red & White Coffee. 1 lb. nkti. .35
; Blue' 3 " .95
j j Prince Albert Tobacco 1 lb. tin .89
I 18 oz bottle Knitits Catsup .25
I 8 lbs. Curve Cut Macaroni .49
j Green & White Yellow Corn 6 for .83
t 49 lb. sack Queen Anne Flour 1.49
i 8 lb. Red Beans
16 oz. Loganberry Jam
3 cans Peaches 2 2
3 cans B. & W. Oysters
3 cans Alabama Shrimp
1 lb. Brown Rice
stop to figure it out,
this old World of
ours as a who! la
not Hlttlnjio pretty
Jutft at the present
time. Did you know
that there Is an
awful lot of parts of
Europe that Is just
sitting on what the
old time Orator
used to call a Pow-
d r Keg? Well it la.
We cant pick up a paper that from
one to a hundred dont phophesy that
Profperlty is Just around the corner.
Dut l':t me tell you that war is nearer
around the corner than prosperity Is.
I d'.nt mean so much for us right here.
Put I mean over In Europe. That Kussia
Is kicking up an awful lot of dust, and
Germany Is harborin a terrible lot of
dlsnatlHfaction, that Hitler has got em
a!l stirred up over there. He made a
spi rcli last week in which he advocated
the breaking of the Versailles Treaty,
be said that It was made by a lot of
old men, who most of them were about
ready to die, and now here was a lot
of younir men grown np and they had to
carry all this burden, for which they
were not directly to blame, and that It
was only a matter of time till they ,'ust
wouldent do It, they would say, "Well
come on France, what are you golns
to do about It? We cant be any worse
off if you come In and take over oiv
Country than we aninow."
Then those little Dalkan Nations,
they are like a little mess of stray Ter
riers anyhow, they Just as well be Cght
Ins as like they are. This has been
about the longest they have ever been
between wars. I see the other day
v.bere Russia was Just on the verge cf
Invading Koumauia. They have al
ways had It In for them and figured
they only had to take a couple of days
rations and rounds of ammunition and
go over and take that Country anyhow.
Russia and Poland are always on the
verje of war. I remember when I was
over In both countries in the summer
cf IS. why they ere growling at each
olhcr like a couple of Fat Prima Donas
oj the same Opera bill,
Then Italy Is ranting around down
there trying to pick up some more
country and outlet for tlieir population.
France Is watching them with an Eagle
eye all the time, and thata just what
Mussolini wants, he had rather worry
France than anything, France feels that
she would have no trouble whipping
them, but it she went down there to do
It, Germ r.y would take that opportu
nity and Kit at them and she just dont
want ti ' v.: to take the chance. Then
the j " v.;ikiana feel klnda
hemn; i i:- c w i their way, and of
course .iu 1 u.ks, there Is nothing that
Irkd a Turk ro :.iuch as peace.
Lots 0' r - y smart men think that
Is one 0. j yiggest contributing fac
tors to our present state of economic
unrest. Is that all big finance Is afraid
of what will happen in the near future,
and thry dont know where It will end
np. Tbats why everybody la hanging
03 to w.t they got. There is more in
the wind than just ou little local con
dition over here. We got as much as
wo ever bad, there is just as much
r.:o:iy. as many to eat, and as many to
ted, as many to buy. But still our con
ditions are uncertain. Why? Just be
cause Its thing outside our own land
that is worrying em. Tbey know that
signs are not right all over the World.
Look at South America. When during
our lifetime has there been as many
disturbances at one time? No Sir the
whole thing is world wide, we art ef
fected by it less than anyone.
If we keep our nose clean and dont
start yapping about somebody elses
honor, or what our
are, we might es
cape it. Put its go
ing to take better
we have been fa
vored with hereto
fore. But the way
we are now we are
mighty lucky to
hare nothing but a
little business de
pression that la
bothering ns. But
think what those other poor Devils are
I don't know whether my old friend,
Kuute Rockne, and Notre Dame are
going to win the world's championship
aain this Fall oa not, but be deserves
it if tbey don't win another game. For.
. . I LI... -!. ,
Austria, thev just been so bad oJ ""V ineomy o.g iwn in iu taiieo
s:nctl thr. last war t!.-t tl.-v knnw then StatC that 8tartS VWS tOUgh teams
wrvi!! i nr, av I'm! . ..,Mnt ' r!?nt frni the jump.
bj welcome to them. Bulsr.rla haj !
fturted all the rest of them, her and '
iUTKa, and they dont want to loss I
1. . vncil iml
their reputations, they vant to no down
la history as haUng started all the
-I believe In tie Ilible." said Uriel
F.licn, "nn' I refuse to rjunrrel ultotit It,
things It s:tys
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I AIT. KINDS?
Ul GRADE MA-
i as s s u
? Mnlors rcuround T '
Hearings poured! N
land fitted to re t
See Those New
Bristow h. Johnson's
They will make your house cosy and v. r.u v. this
winter and arc very reasonably priced.
Watch for our RED HOT Red & White
Specials each Saturday nad Monday.
We Tty to Please.
Bristow & Johnson
lone - Oregon
Rll T bi'iiiuse ont of the host
X Is TtWsod Is do
U I ft
in ' r.
I. : Ull
from the jump. Thea others
play Rotary clubs and 'justness col
leges till about Thanksgirlng, then
have one tough game.
Knute thinks It you got a football
team. It ought to be a football team
from the Fourth of July to Xmas.
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