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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1931)
IONE, OREGON FRIDAY, Jan. 16, 1931.
F. kmds lice h:.e received
the nnnouncment of the marriage !
of Miss 1 terry le Murray, (laugh- m
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ler oi Mr. una mm. ruri muiruy
nnd Mr. Lo Roy Niemeyer, bom
THE RED AND WHITE
OFFICIAL OKCAN of IONE II. X STUDENT BODY
Ktlb ThomjiM-a, Editor
Friday, Jan. 16, 1931.
Tlwi li ktin ami (fAnn Viio )i
of Mrs. L J. Win of Cheyenne, h , mskt.t.ba team
... I III M i
Wyoming, ai nine o ciock vnnsi- H double-header here last Sat.
o.ir school in 1918 and that year
rnas morning at the First Presby- The Condon girls and the lone (twelve promising girls and lo
tersan churdh of Walla Walla, hoyB each won their game. The finished the course. Beatrice
with the Rev (ieorgo Hamilton Bcore for both games was 15-16. Vrry continued her studies at
Schof ieid performing the ceremo- N'th Rinu. though very cloi e , Renhke-Walker Business College
ii v n the nrentnce oi a smai v.v ....v -
group of Motives i.nd intimate It playing. The score at the
friend. Tne Rride wore a wed- end of I he first half of the girls
ding dress of iach satin with a was 11-0 in favor of lone,
matching head dress. Her bou- During the second half Condon
u-ct was ophelia a?es. f.'.iss Faye gradually over came the lean and
juhi ucmre ine gainewiuru n.u e
here to take a year's work at
Willamette University. This com-
t , ,i i i ii pleted she was made assistaet
L. A. Doak was again h ad Of r ,. -,
,. , A. cashier of the farmers and Stock
growers National Bank at Hepp
ner, a position she has since held
Last summer Miss Allinger spent
the winning basket.
The lone team was
Muriay, ar her sinter's only at-
tendi.nt. wore a green taffeta
frock with harmonizing slippers '
and carried a boquet of pink ros
es add violets Ray Murray, the
bride's brother oetcd as best man
fur Mr. Niemeyer.
Ad informal reception w as held
hth bride's home afU r the cere
mony. Mrs. Niemeyer attended high
school in lone but completed her
course in th McLaughlin Union
high school. She also attended
NortwesUrn Business college in
SK'kone. Mr. Nieme.' cr attended
preparatory rchool in Kansas City
and also took a business cours-.
They will make their home in
Wella Walla where Mr. Niemeyer, ,h" r,'wl" ' ,,f 'i
lrw. mh m maple r birch. V.x
is in business. chins.
held a position in the bank of lone
from hero going to the First Ns
tional Bank of Portland, - a posi
tion she held tor fix cr sev n
years. She married Charles Hutc.i
ins of Eugene about four years
ago. They now make their home
unable to in Hollywood, Cal. Ruby.O. Eng-
get btarted during the firft helf jelman taught in the rural schoo s
of the boys' game. The end of
the half saw the score 8-4 in fav-
m a a
or oi t-onaon. lone came eack in
the second half to take the lend
on three baskets made in ejuuk
succession. The score sea-sawed
back and forth the rest of the
game with first one ahead and
then the other. The final whist! ;
found lone one point ahead.
How About It?
Ill fv liti'liuiil h irdwiMnl nnd itoft
ihm m-ciii (ii crow tin prlnliljr In ro
tation, I. p., liin foront of I'diilfi-r
mi iriTK itirli M NprticD or pine
following her graduation. While
engaged in this work she recietf
ed the apiK)intment as postmist
ress at lone. She is now serving
her third term in this capacity,
She became the wife of WalUr
Roberts who was serving in tie
U. S. Navy at the time of the
marriage. Mr. Roberts was re
cently discharged from the Ser
vice, and he and Mrs. Robern
ara making their home in lone.
Snoda Cook married Kennet'i
a uelightfuli two months touring
E-rope. She visited many inter
esting places, - was in attendance
at the Inter-nat o.:aI convention
of Christion Endeavor workers at
Bi-rlm, Germany and witnessed
the l'assion play at Oberamrner
gau. Blanch McMurray taught in the
rural schools for a shurt lime af
ter finishing her high schcxl
work. She married Hirarn Werst
of Clarkston, Washington, who
i3 general manager of the Vhi.e
and Crumm orchards Mr. and
Mrs. Werst are the parents cf
i wo children, Kenneth and Mil
dred. Little Miss Mildred recently
won the loving cup in a beauty
contest for children between the
ages of four and six.
Edna Ritchie became the wifo
of Raul Lovell. They made their
Miss AMABEL STRODTMAN
Mrs. French Burroughs recent
ly shipbed in a Mammoth Bronze; Mrs. E. T. Hackert returned on
turkey torn from British Colum-j Sunday from a two weeks visit in
bia. The bird cost her $25 and ; Portland.
weighs thirty-five pounds. Mrs.
burroughs has one of the best
l I jrt 1 .' iL - i i
luiucy uucKsinine country anu,n n Whttlt nn T . .
The II E. C. Clnb held an all
day meeting at the home of Mrs.
this torn will head her flock for
day was spent in making quil:s for
heuchitg Service at the Baptist Kmh;T o( tfce
hun h nury .Sunday n-enmK. baskpf s., team mn asy
Dwight Misner returned by tory it I ppner on Tuesday,
aato from Flint, Mich. He left The .'Lire 27-12. The boys
his sister somewhat improved. wno played wre: DaJe Lane, Arch
J.'cause of the seriousness of her ie Muvlfis. Kenneth Warner,
injuries, her recovery will be Emm UKuas and Lewellyn Evans,
very slow. j E. T. Burchell departed Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Werner Rietman !evening r Sheridan, Oregon,
entertained at bridge Saturday where w'l' spend the remaind
n;ght at their' pleasant home r oi 1:12 winter. He hts betnsuf
norMi of lone. Those present ferin2 a heart attack but is
were: Mr. and Mrs. Vic or pfcter "' much improved in health.
son, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mason,! Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Breshears
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan McCurdy, motored to Pendleton onbusines.,
Mr. and Mrs. C. W McNamer, Tuesday.
Air. and Mrs. C. H. Brown, Mr. ( The grade scliool boys played a
and Mrs. Ted Smith. Mr. and Mrs.1 tie game with the high school
M. E. Cotter and Mr. and Mrs. rooks jn bssket baII FrIday after.
Roy Lieuallen. High honors were noon The grade schoo,
won by Mrs. C. H. Brown and good ead until the last few min
A!r. C. H. McNamer. Consolation . utes of the game whtn the score
went to M r. M . E, Cotter. mourned to 6-6.
Fred Ray and wife of Hood Riv-; Joha 0.Dell of Walla Wal!a ;
and Mrs. Elbert Col- Washington was making his regu-
home in lone for several yetri erar.d Mr
f it 1 tl il . lind o vf rf n rrt rm I in n rv , 1 " . Tl . . a I I - 1
liiaKe. iney are tne paients u olt ."t,oftC.4 nuiuiuX . v.n oi romana were wees-ena Jjr trip to thebrar.chofticesof the
two children, Bethe! Ann aiiunear Estacada. They are the Lai-! visitors in lone. Tum-A-Lum Lumber Company
Billy. At present they are livinj ents of three fine boys. I Mi.s3 Edith Ely who teaches jaSl'weck. He stepped at the Lex-
at Grants Pass, Ore. w here M .1 Charles Chick Rpent seven.! i the Rhea Creek school is now jngton office on Thursday.
wane is employed in constructun tenns m a meaicai course at tne : i-oaramg aunngine weeK witn;
work. j University of Idaho. He did net' f irs. Arthur Keene. She spends1
Lovaly Warfield took a couno fnish this course, however, an j' each Saturday and Sunday at her
in Normal work at the school ;.t liter graduated in pharmacy at j home in lone. Formeriy she made
jMonirrouth, and for several yean Oregon State College at Corvall s j the drive each day.
I was a successful teacher. She b Since his graduation he has helb Mre. Robert Sinter left Satur-
ihe wife of Rex Fisk and the ' a position in a drug store in Eu-day, for Clarkston, Washington,
i make their home at Kennewicl , gene. He chose as his wife Mifs u h r she wnt to visit her sister
Eleanor Colman of Eugene who is ' an(i other relatives.
Lester McMillan arrived honre
the last of the week from the
Heppner Hosbital where he has
been a patient tor some time. He
was suffering from Saint Vitus's
The Lexirgton town team girls
Featuring Dr. Hess
Read your 1931 Catalogue
Roup Remedy .
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IONE - OREGON
Wash. Eleanor Colman of Eugene who is ' ad nthPr illative. !,osl Dy a 16 10 " 10 Aran810" on
Lillie Allinger took a post grad-' a member of the highamool fac- j w r and M rs. French Burroughs ! One
uate course at lone and following ult' of that PIace- Mr- Chlck "i Rhea Creek took train at Arl- xnursdayat neppner. There the
this for several years held a re- an accomplished musician. iir.gton Wednesday with Portland',. . was 6.10' oweve'r
Siy,nihl iMHitinn in thn Unnt f,f Etta Akers became the wife Cf as meir aesunauon. iney Pian io.
Ion i. She resigned her position I
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Buy Your Meats at
IONE CASH MARKET
SPECIALS every SATURDAY
Phone 32 lone, Oreon
j s: end a week vacationing in the
One nll!or ilecliirfa It in "na crime
to t.e rich." If It were, think of how
.......a. mml.inulroa tthnilllt lllivf
niiiart nlfK k brenkinc tlie Inw Just tc p'tnS to make a ftW days visit.
prt the thrill of being a daredevil. )
the boys had better scores when
they defeated lone, 59-24 and dou
bled Hcppner's 13 points.
Mrs. Earl Eskelson departed on
Monday for Portland where she
1 1 1 1'
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Big, tender Parsnips, at the
J mile down the highway, be
low the elevator. While they last,
three cents a pound at ehe ranch.
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