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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 9, 1931)
THE IONE INDEPENDENT
rulilislu-il Every Pruluy by
V. W. Urai Editor IVhlUlvMr.
One Year $1.;M)
Six Month 0.75
Three Months 0..M)
Entered as sovoml Class luntti at
theposKlhVe at lone, Oicgm, utulcr
a.-t ot March :i, lsnt.
FrlJjy. Jan. 9 1931
Luiilav Harlan McCurd1 re-
mved information of the iKath i ristow, District Deputy I "resident
..I his father. John R. McCurdy. , John Cark flnJ Mary Swanson
, kosebui- MrMcLnn y Ktt i u y k L d j n
nice B ackwv il, Grand Secret.'!- s;
Hioh School Alemm
Continual from p.nJo I
They urethepaientsof twtnlaiiRl
tors, sibyl and Dorothy.
lna Hartuell lived with her
it once for southern Oregon,
.akiiiir .train at Arlington.
Ml..- m;i.Ii-...i s,i,i'iI i ctn,l..,o I Ptirrt lYfersm and Ktt.i llmttdl
it licnhke-Wnlkcr. Portland, is 'Grand Treasurers; Frank Giilfinlf vnta, .f lho wwim
it home for the holidays. She w ill ind Delia cCurdy, Grand Wiir
.ctinn to ;,e. x.oik January, 4.jens. v. W. Hcadand Dora !lor-
.Mr. aiul .Mrs. Cole Ninth ami i
laughter, si cut Christmas dav . ......
. .i ..' ... ... ; urtst Musician.
san, Giand Chaplains; Kuby Rob-
.villi Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs.
W. lloech, in The Dalles.
There were 19 visi ors from
iPJfd, a fruit jf rower. Thoy arc
fit? prond parents of n young son
n .mod Robert.
Friends here have received
i word that Hubby C'nsoit who
1 recently underwent an operation
fur appendicitis in The Dalles
Mr, and Mrs, Italian Mi Curdy
and Harlan, Jr, and Mnslne, Mid
Mrs. Kll.i Davidson motored In
Toppcnish, Washington, lu spend
Christinas with Mr, and Mtr,
Arthur Uies and family,
Martin Hehni returned lay
fit mi a week's Uil in IV.idletoii,
lie is imw Itiukini' after lliiirs
for a vhik nftor lrnidiintintr Af
this place the mother died and a '"''l''11' is n,aki,,K tisfact- on the uK,y l.i, ..alien hmkIi
few weeks later the father was ' - reevi-r.v. Hobby is the sun
while Mr. and Mrs, I .ieiialleii are
ll" ?f umr :l S ofMr. and M, C, , V C-.s i"Wall:i W'dla to be near Mr.
was killed while workman the' 1 u.-. 1 T1, . 11 i ,u...,- .1,.. i
V.'A'V residents i if l,.n, t, li.. .,,,'
timber. Ina and her sister, 0(ivf , li- 0 at ( liiiu ton
Heppner, five lrom Moijjan two moved the family of younger c-hil- Mr. ami Mrs. I lederickson for
from other jurisdictions and sev- ri'n to Portland and the two sis- ire. ly lived in lone when Mr.
iral invited i2usU Refreshment' ters did n wonderful work in I'icderickson had work under
let.a'lin Mster who is serious
Last week the members of the
Missionary Society of ihe Swed
ish Lutheran Church met at the
rnVERI.Y II!I.LS.-V.cll tot? c
rli.it Rbout t:.e last To.tnht." Von
know there is nnoihcr one ot tliosj
things we irct from
Er.pli.4i. We usr.l
to dlilent know
any more wh.it
thra nn Einstein
speech. Hut now
we can just take a
month arrt an J
i! split It up lata a
couple or three
Fcr.nl.-rhts J u t
like we haJ alwaya
been uvej to it.
Then "Wee;- Knl."
Th-ts another on we rrahtw! e.f from
our Ilrltish relations. "V.'eeH UiA" we
used to think it n.'orrcJ ta sosie
ablcj extremity of the nurar.n brdy.
and instead of naming the disease they
just referred to It ci the "Week End."
rr.ahy ni!s35pelllaR it purposely. Tut
now we cant hardly wait for FrU'fiy
or Saturday to come so we can lu.it
what w e are going to do over the week
V.'e not only stole the word from the
Eritisu but the iuea. Americans in the
old days stayed over Saturday 0:1 d
Sunday, the same plrre they at?vnl
on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
they stayed at home. We dident start
;ironi!r:g just because It was the laM
of the week. You used to love your
home. You loved to spend time In it
You knew to travel 0'iout rnc.irit put-Er-
up --lth Inconveniences, meetla;
a bt of people, sleepin; In stranr?
Led3 and you Just dident like to Ej.
Cut now sentencing a nan to stay at
home over a few "Weclc ends" is like
sentencing him to Sins S:ng. He must
f away, "his work has been so con
lining." And you kno come to think of It
we nailed many a thing from the
British. We useJ to make fun of then
because they hes Busses on the'r
streets Instead cf Street cars. We
here we are 25 years later adoptin;;
that tery custom. A s'roc car h
petting to be a thing of the past, ani
all are lookin; for the Eucecs to ri le
on, and" the s?.me rr.:Ve deck ci"1
that vo rave over were over t'.iero
running when Cromwell nni Shake
spsar were about. Now v.e are rc'.tln-:
around to the'r Five and six otloch
tea. Course Its not Tea here, but I's
the same Alahi t'-.at '3 used. You know
v.e take credit fjr being a lot faster
t'.ir.n v.e ore. V.'e ccp a lot of thin--
end then the r;t thing you know wo
are claiming them bi cur own.
You knew no Nation has a nionoply
cn good things, each one has some
thing that the others could well afford
to adopt. But that wasert what I
started Id to gab about at all it all
come about through writing uncon
sciously the word "Fortnight" I
of cream dd chitkm on toast
cake and coffee w ere setv.d.
wanted to run over with you what has
transpired In the newsprints.
All I know Is jus t what I read In tho
papers, and there has been a lot of
IWiichinx Service itt the .-.
church nrry Suiuhiv cvciimr.
Mr. and M:;. Cevt'irc K. Tuck
fin. I lrii f4tfl Iti.t'iv
maKinjra homo loraiuledueating """is. is now employed; v v""
iLilr tu-n l,i..vu .u i Ilv the California State lliehwav strom and the folluwiiiL' officers
viimi vow (llt(U l'iVlv( 1 i. n .1
lna followed iWnukiir. Inter! , ' l'ar""c"' nni' ! llirirlwm l.cl,,l f.,r the jcar .J 1101.
Trosperity talk passed under th ' cr and daughter. Maxine. were
brldse since I last communed with Cliristmas dinner mests of Mr
you. Mr. Hoovers Commission tnat no rs x- j
r.ppoiiiTeij 10 nnn " .i u hiituuo r
ilrinMii?. whir I'-v fn- t unsit th
Country with u kl.t.I of u temporary ( J
aim, unccmert t'-.r.t they v ould rec- I J
ommend that dry tho'.ir'it n niodlflca- j
Hon would t ' ri'ottt the rhht thins, j
then the next w e'- Ciev came out rid
sr.ld No they wu.ii '' 'it recommend a
ltK'tiif.cation. that they would recotn
niMid a continuation ot present drink
ing. They have been r'most two yeira
santplin? stuff to real.y find out what
the i.i'o;-;e arc ('rinkhi. Well the peo
ple Rcse ilriuhlng so many different
kinds of things that It took the Com
mission that long ti pet around. They
are goinx to turn la a 'Joint' report.
TSrt cor.ses from their late associa
tion. Then eae'.i one Is going to be
allowed to tell his own story In his
own way, that will be known as h
Minority report. What thy said In
.lie main repor they can deny In thf
single report. Its kinder like Double
.'n:rv r.;-"'.;l:ei pine. The red Ink U tn
('.. v.y what the black do.-s. We t ix. ...t.i e,j tUn fnt(,. ,..,;,.1, ,not
al years she followed the some; jt Mr. Frederickson's people and ' "cu ah ,',",,,dl
wcrk. After the rest of her fam- had been visiting jn The Dalles si,ll llt a,,( Mr''- H'ar ltcra.in,
ilv moved to San Diejro, she too vvllh Mrs- I;rcdericksoii relatives, seeretary-lrrasurrr.
" 1 a . . 1. . .. 1: r 1 1 .. ' ....... . .. . . .
Mlakely of Lcs., " ue u, u.e v uu.o, mucuy ,utc. l-ttiQS2DICS5S
i ssiu; mei ami imiirieu i. j, ouep-, tfjj
t satisfaction ficns its ue ii found in the fact that you pay
VH T THEY "SAY"
ALL - DOING as your Kiectric Service is, not a little J j
ey and en L'vtf'i? jQf' '
the laws to L,. 3'""'
est of h!s L'liW T, ! ,
ha-e kinuer forgot who was ou thi.i
Committer outside of Mr. Y.'iehersham.
ml thats one reason for wanting to
tarn hi seperate sin:;le reports, it will
kinder net the other members before
Course Mr. Hoover cant do onlv
wh:it he Is sworn la to do. People lock
!,i l.!m f i spftle thp
- " : . rr-r
ha Viaa hoon Ru-nrli r'j.''?' V i i'
me oesi oi u s t-.
ability and that.- Sv
what he has done.
I bet personally he
wished that tho
whole mess was
all so soused th.r
he would never
hear of em again
You know It aint
risht to tangle a rrtt;:uc;it i:p In u
social fisht among oursclvoj. I
j.bculdent ba asked to settle Prohibi
tion any more than 1:3 should the short
('.re: i rableni. Th its up to the wrnr
cr, and this other la up to the Until.
rs. He has got too mr.ny I'-tportm'
thla's to do to be messing his time
; way v. lib that. But we wlil await
thel: report, for it will be iuterestiir;
t3 know jiii t what poopie are drinkini',
r.d if Mr. Y'lckei.:am Celtics It. tie
will pr rhapi occupy the ta.ne p ;sitio i
in this Country that Mu-solinl does l'i
(t I5J'), M S'us'l Syc.tifiir. Inc.)
sin es this Service, I here is an investmcnin hilllions mak.
injj the monthly su:vs you pay the merest mite in com
pari.on. To insure th li yjj pay o ily for Electricity you
actually u:e, the meter is everprcsent to accurately recr
ord the passcijc of this mightiest of servants to your
ICNIS BLACKSMITH SHOP"
Vrc are prepared to take care of your
sliatHng requirements by the Installation of an
e'ectric key way machine and a stock of shafting
In a wide range of sizes. We also have a list ot
second hand combines for sale Agency for the
Harris Manufacturing Companies new combines.
I. P. O'M'rn PmnnVlni- 7
IONE CASH MARKET j
The Season's CrjetinLs i
Ard 3:;t .V.j'ii; Fjr
Chrislmis and the New YearJ
Elictric Meter check-ups disclose a degree of accuracy J
in billing fur l.iectricity as true as your grocers meas
tires or your butcher's scale.. Like them, there is nothing
mysterious about meter reaJing.
Pacific Power and
''Always at your Service"
.:i.:i.a-.tt:tn'Kii::na:iit'itttt"wnn j J
j Before contracting or
selling your wheat it Will
pay you to see L Balsiger
representing B. G. and Co.
On Saturday Mr. and Mr
d!e Smith motored to Wal'a
Walla to attend funeral services
for Mr. Smith's aunt. Mrs. Mary
A;, din;,', who died on Christina
J& Clark & Linn &
Carpenter Work, Painting.
per Hanging and General Vt t'arlt ,;i and Norma Swanson.
Mr. and .Mrs. l-rank l.tindell and
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McN'amcr
i lkii'i'.'.T were dinner quests
,t the I'ert Mason home Sunday.
On Friday evening Mr. and
Mrs. Fmil Swanson were hots
at a dinner party at which the!
i'ul'ov. in-' friends were present.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Swanson,
Ii jvc all the uOod qnaliities,
And Right Price.
ml- j r
I For Automobile Service &
Accessories go to
one - Ore.
ton. and George and I:rancis
Are no Experi.nent bur. are the
Product of Exp rrnce. Tin nami
tells th- S-ory.
P. G. 15alsier
C. L. SWE
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kincaidj
were genial hosts at a dinner!
party at their ranch home Christ-1
masjlay. Those who partook of j
the houtitcous repast, besides the
lost and hostess were: Mr. audi
Mrs. M. K. Cotter, Mr. and Mrs.
I'ert Mason and two sons, Mrs. j
Adelia Godfrey, Mrs. Ann Kin-j
caid and Harold Kincaid. I
Frawley Clarke Produce Co. of
Portland will, be represente in
this territory a3 last year by W.
We sollicit your Produce trade.
Get in touch with Eubanks for
shipping dates on Turkeys.
STRAUSS & CO t
Grain Dealers, of Portland, Oregon
Will Be Represented this Season by
W. M. Eubanks
It will pay you to see him before you
sell your wheat.
I First Nationa
When You Visit Heppner
Eat At The
Good Meals Best of Service
D,JH.McCrady I a. B. GRAY M. D. ?
F. H. ROBINSON
Office; Odd Fellows Bld'g.
Heppner Oregon i
Physician And Surgeon J
Office In Masonic Building J
Trained Nurse Assistant
Dr. C. W. Barr
Phone M 1012 Gilinan BIJg.
Evening and SunWjy appaintnen
Attorney & Counselor
Will IWtlrMn AIITherourl
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES,
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AEKMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WAGONS.
Bates Steel Mule Tractor
i i 'H 'l 4. I
PAUL G. BALSIGER