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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 9, 1931)
IONE, OREGON FRIDAY, Jan. 9,1931.
The members of the Vully
( hrch in Go wcberry ruvc thcit
uperintendtnts, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Oicar Peterson, a verry pleasant
mrpriso after Sunday school or.
Sunday, January 4th. The Ht-lf in
vitcd jfuists followed M r. and Mrn.
l'eteison to their homo taking a
long with them their dinnner cor
istinjf of sandwiches, chicken
pie, Haladi ice craem and coffee.
Tnirty-fh members were pre:e.V.
Heaides Mr. and Mm. Peterson
and their children there were
prewnt, Mr. and Mtb. Henry
Peterson and children, Mr. and
Mr. Hei r B; k ;r and children,
Mr. and Leonard Carlson and
children, Mr. anJ Mrs. Algctt
Lundell and children, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Bergstrom and children
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ball and
children, Mr. and Mr?. Walter
Dobyn and Wilma, All enjoyed a
pi a; ant afternoon.
THE RED AND WHITE
Oi l ICIAI. ORGAN of IONE li. 1. STUDENT BODY
K!fb Thorn; Mn, Editor
Friday, Jan. 9, 1931.
STUDENT IH D .' MEEUNG JUNIOR CASS MEETING : HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI
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A student boJy meeting was A meeting of the Ju:.!.r class Thj graduating clans of 191(
U'ld Mon. Jan. 0, that being th j was held Wednesday, Jan. 7, Lt numbered five,-one girl and fonr
'.rat Monday of the mont , the 12:!J0 to make arrangement Ut bjjs. L. A. Doak wj principal
da'c set for these meetings, lid- cahdy Bales at basket-bull games.' uoldie S oops became the wife of
ident McCabe i raided and as
there was no busines to Je
wrought up the meeting adjourn- j
id after the secretary-tr a u C
The new year was ushered in
by sunshine, which was indeed
welcome, after our many days of factory grades in deportment.
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS
Homer Frank. They are living at
Kennewick, Washington. Thcj
r. Hn nMk 4ttsi riAMAMta - t t lit. ( ,
meste: examinations w ill plav i .... ,
,. . . children, a boy and a girl,
a major part next week in giving) ,
the students something to ti.kr , f bla.ke an'Jed school at
a out. To be exempt from t ie V1 ltrsi,ty of Oregon after he
o.,, ,a mHt w , aat a' finished at lone. He won his let-
grade of 2 in a subject or sul -je;U
and have no u .excused r.l -sentes
and also mi st ha' e patl, -
fog and gloom. This section ako
recently recieved a beneficial rsin.
School openeb Monday with a I
of the teachers back at their
desks aiter pleas ant vacat'o s
spont at their various homes.
Mrs. Fred Kiuliie returned, Mr. and Mrs- Hert Mason and
hcunc Uir first of lat week from son Junior spent the New Year
Portland where .she had been f.r vacation time with Mr. and Mr.',
medical treatment. Mr. Kiuhic l. & ylcfc at pomerov, Wash,
nut Iter in Arlington. Md. .Masons mother, Mrs. Adelia
Janet Cartam wlv h a junior Godfrey accompanied them to
at (. S. C. is spending the holi- Walla. Walla where she spent the
dav aration with her parents. .. ... . . .
... ., , tun ; with her daughter, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. I-.nuI (arlson, on "
l-iight. Mile. Claries Delzel).
M. Frcderkkson. wife and l.inca Vroedson of the high
daughter. Jean, were over night scluMI, facuty of jrc10 spcnt hc
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph .... ... . .
I arris uie nri vi mm wn h.
ter ai a member of the footbah
team of that institution. H is an
e .lployee of the Pacific S .earn
fchin Comianv it Portland. His
Irvtiv v.nviJ Aflioa AH at J
V Tl 1 1
DEFEAT TOWN GIRLS his
The lone High School girls d - atU(lie8 at the University of O.e
feated the lone Town Team Tues.gon and duridg the war waja
night by a score it 32-10. The mcmber of the S. A. T. C. of the
game was fast but many fouis u of 0 jje r,. AltaMasoi
were made by both teams. M i, s ' f Fm. wate Thev flrii the rarpnts
E.nmons, the high school coacl , y a daughU-r and now reside at
Olmpia, Washington where Mr.
Dobyns is employed in a service
refereed the game.
Harold Kincaid a student f.t
t riavwl RiftJmann frtntr tirv fumi.
'fyjt t-J'V... .............,-. ..111. ..1.
the (Oregon Institute of Techno
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver
Kincaid, at the ranch home
south west of lone.
Featuring Dr. Hess
Read your 1931 Catalogue
Dip & Disenfectant
IONE - OREGON
iv?g immediately after his gradu
ation and has followed that occu
pation ever since. He makes h!s
home with his mother, Margaret
Rietmann, on the farm just north
George Zink lives in Portia d
and is a city mail carrier. He is
In 1917, with A. L Doak again
at the helm, one boy and three
girls finished the high school
course. Frank SUojs became a
farmer. He is now at Richland,
o- ,,, ... . . .
Officer Rebek; h " smnSton. iarming mcompary
P N n. AmvWtu with nb, father;
Joint installation of the Ocu
Fellow and Rcbekah officers w; s
helJ in Odd Fellows half, Satu -day
cvming. January 3. In H.s
hands of th following officers res s
the government of the lodges.
1.0 0 F.
W. McDonald N. G Fiv IWw' Catherine Jtnes graduated from
L C'ark V. C. M. Foibts 0rCBn State and then
L Howell K S.LenaLundi l'tCKk up the work of tcachintr.
JohnLouy F. S. jholdinga position at Chalis,Idah
Ed Hristow Trea Etta BrUlow!This work' however, she did net
C Battersby Ward Ada Tro; e fu!low hne' She accePted a Ps'-
W.MathewsCond. Harriet Bron lion with the dai,y 0reonia
F. Lundell I. G Edith Fly Inland, and for several years
E Lundell O. G. Oda Raukin has been head of the fashion dtf
G Ely R S N.G. V. Helikcr Pment of that well known pub
T. Troge LS. N C. L.B-istow -ation. Her voice is of ten heard
J Clark R S. V.G. E. Ho veil overKGW.
O. Crablll L. S. V. G. F. Engtlman 1 Etta Barlow btcame the wifc
W Claik R S. S. LeellovTcll. They haveapleat-
Musician Ruby Roberts a !t home in Ione and Mr Howe11
The Instilling offices were: i manager for the Tum-A-Lum
TedTroge, Grand Master; Lu He L imber Company at this pkc.
Continue nn ii j I Continued in Pg. 4
VA, tender Parsnips, at the
mile dswn the highway, te
low me elevator." While they last,
three cents a round at ehe ranch.
io::e barber shop
. R. ROBISON
ALL KINDS ::
OF HIGH ::
y grade ma-
V CHINE work ::
Motors reground. ! ;
6 Bearings poured I '. W
and fitted to re '
ground shafts. '
Now is the time to look your sprirg
machinery over You . may need som;
extras for your plows and harrows.
WE HANDLETHE JOHN
Dont forget our Red & White special
Each Saturday and Monday tney will
save you money
Bristow & Johnson
Principal George E. Tucker
is in attendance this week at the
Oregon State Teachers Conven
tion m Portland.
City Hall Briefs
The retfu'ar rnun-il mtelirff
was held Tuesday night ;nd it Mm AMABEL Rodtman
this tine the new efficers wtrej Mi Ehie Tucker departed
sworn in. The ptriin el of the Friday evening for Manmouth.
city' administration is;-- Mayor, I Ore. where she will continue htr
J )hn Louy; recorder, VV.W.l had; sl"dis in the normal school
Tre surer, Grace Linn; Hold over! m is Tucker has secured 8 positK n
councilman, Paul Balsiger; Coun-!a teacher for the coming year at
ell in n tl ct, J. II. Hryson, E. K. i feasant Point,
uundell, Lee Howell, T. C. Trog j Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Bull retun
ind T. E. Peterson. ,cJ hom the first of the week aft
er spending the Christmas holi
days in Spokane.
Mr . v. i.. i !'.mt has been con
fined i. .ome wiih an attack
The members of the Odd Pel- "".
low and Kcbekah Lodges will! The I.ijl ichool girls won a
hold joint installation Saturday hirJfougtit basket-ball game from
evening in Odd fellow Hall, tne town team girls on Friday
The American Legion are i 1 1 he local gymn. he game w; s
sponsoring a "Hard Times" very close throughout but whtn
dance which will be held in Ione llie ,inll wl;is,e b;ew (he
.New l cars eve. ., , . , ,
blood 1 J-12 During the last quar
Mrs. Gus Jones of Heppner is t r of the game La Verne While,
pending a few days in lone the s ar forward, recieved a badly but
guest of Mrs. George E. Tucker.; The gasscs whlch
1 HW BOOKLET HAS ' taring were broken in some un-
INTERESTING DATA k"ownmannerand l,hbiec of.
jiwis were responsive lur me live
The Lexington town team boys
'won a decided victory over Arlin
ton on the same evening by a 34
14 score, during the fiist quarter
; rhnton was in the ieao by a num
oer of points but when the three
high school graduates of 1930
Wayne McMillan, Edward Burch
ell and Vernon Warner, weie
placed on the floor the score tock
on n entirely different change.
' Burchell was high point man for
! Mr. and Mrs, E. J. Hackett re;
turned the last of the wetk from
Portland, where they spent a tw
! Wnile drivicg to Heppner on
Saturday morning the car of Mr.
a U Mrs. Charles Brtsheaisskidc
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THE 1931 BELL SYSTEM ALMANAC
The 1931 Telephone Almanac of the
Hill System, a booklet containing In
teresting and unusual facts about the e J on the higaway and was fore
telephone In addition to many othor t j ovef a snuI bin 0ne 0( the
informative Hem, la now ready lor , , . . .. .
.iimribntioB. according to the local wneels of the car was badly dam-
miinager ot the Pacific Telephone and aged but nei.tnr cf the OCCUpen S
Trfeitrtph company 'were injured.
Tlie Telephone Almanac, which is (
tin annual publication, is circulated j "
tlmiughout the country and is read Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Sperry and
with Interest by kundreds of thousands two daughters were dinner guests
of persons each year Free copies may Giristnias Day at the Walter
Le obtained at the telephone office, j .
Cochran home in Arlington.
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