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IONE, jOKKCON FRIDAY, Mar. 6, 1931.
EUREKA LODGE NO. 32
1. 0. 0. F., CELEBRATES.
II. S. ASSEMBLY
Kurika Iodgo No 152 I. 0. O.
V. of Pendleton Imd n grand cele
bration on Feb 27 as that lodge
Is now the biggest in the State of
wit-Kim-uiiu iiu.1 im: timmpion irtday. rtnrusry 27, a
drill team of the statu. a . e nu ber of tude nls. tost th
Intercnting uddn sscs were ; cr wj tl.c faculty, were ga'hered
made by Grand Master Uakirirt ihe ..Vm for the asumblv. Mr.
Past Grand v asters R. Alexander, J us competed tee program and
THE RED AND WHITE
01 I IC1AL OKCAN of IONE H. 1. STUDENT BODY
Ralph Tbomi'ii, I'Jiiof
Friday, Mar. 6, 1931.
Taylor and Bowman.
There was good munic, fowl
eats and good linn for everybody.
v hen the I'endleton Idgc does
th'ngs they are well done.
Tl oe in attend auce froirt lone
M r. and Mrs. 1 c I T;vge anddauh-t-r,
r. and Mrs. ix-o Howell,
Joim Louy, Miss Lueile BrLstow,
led In nevud songs. Seve-at mem
bers of the band, Ralph Gibson,
D.m.ild IK Iikir, Clara Nelson, ard
Raymond l undil, played accom-
pinvmcnt to tho orgs
The yell leader Elizabeth Head
called each rr ember of the basket
ball team who was going tc Arling
BOARDMAN vs K'NC
Mias Norma Swanson, Mks Kern !!,,n to r,jy " ,he ,ourn',ment to
Lngelman, Garland Swanson and
I. O. 0. F. CONVKNTION
Feb. 2H, the Umatill- Morrow
County I. 0. 0. F. Convention
was held at Henm'ston with a
g o attendance from most of the
most of the lodges. The initiatory
was exemplified by tho Keho and
litTtniston lodges. Keho winning
the (up though most of the imtj.
vidual prizes went to the Heron's
ton boys. The meet in was a very
satisfactory affair all round with
go. music, a great feast and in
fpiring talks by the Grand Mas-
Vunlinued last '
the Iront of the gym and insiruc
ted them to give a brief talk. The
bays who went forward were;
Norman Swanson, Dorr Mason,
Frauds Fly. Farl McCahc, Barton
Gark. and Norton Lundell. Hearty
yells greeted each player. Mr.
Tucker, coach, also received a yell
and gave a short talk.
Tlie uioiu'liiry ntfiu of tli Ho
lrM ii Imnvd tiHin I lit Huliyloiilnn
iirm of iu'IkIiI. Tim ratio of tin
mint of K"l'l 1 xllvpr 1:13 1.1
ml irM'nl!rl over nil winti'rn Axln
Rollct cf S:c Chief
A I'lirk miil'llo II ixl fiilcMto potlell
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Biji, tender Parsnips, at the jf,
mile down the highway, be
low the elevator. While thyelast,
three cents a pound atehe ranch.
WHicn w upciiU nf a fret1 conn
try, wm tuviin a country wIiumh Iiiwi
mill iMiHtouifi cncmiiiiut' Individual
i-ltlziiifl to use tln'lr own Judgment
III iniiltciM which do not directly
nii'iiutt? ipuIjIIc snfi'ly or imlillc do
cn:y. Arthur TwIiiIiik Iliullcy.
m l R. ROB SON
a I DONE.
Motors reground. G
0 1 Bearings poured I PI
land fitted to re
I ground shafts J
though lone fail d to gel ih
district championship, she s ill
Maying on of the fastul same haitchahc of f laying In the
of tho season, the Ione tliquln tiurnamert held at Mil on-Frel
ifiueieaieame uoaraman coys W)ter; this of Course depends n
4 a asiM " '
in tneir nnaiconierer.ee najke. Dan tne results a' the Arling oh tou
game of the season. Keeping the nment Mii ,hl, wtek m ,lu,
eaciiromme very urM, meione ua (or the season wa,. iardj
bjys scored l'J points to their op. HfV eft guarH. r McCate
ponems j ny me enu oi ir.enui j ghtjlua'd; Normn Sanson,
i; auempims a comeDafK n r(gi forvvard; Dorr Ivason, left
tie 2nd half, tin Buardraan brys afwt d; anj uarlonci rk.center
tallica 7 more points but were o sa utrs. Mil on Moron.
closely checked by the Icne toys Qfdle Fairens, Norton Lundell,
lODeaioweuanysut.stjniialgains - . . .
14 l fintlaV 1 iUIIWIiV
Three more points were scored
for Ione which brought the fir.a
score of 22-21. One substitution
was made for Ione. Lundell tor
Morgan late In the second half.
Kit hard Lundell refereed the gan e.
As Boardman has no girts basket
ball team, the only single hcadt i
of the season was played.
unable to play in the Boarc'man
game duet o injuries sustained in
a recent ut mishap. He was
however in a suit on the subs t tute
bench and will be able 10 play in
the tournament games.
A iinycliolou'tt tfiil (iirHt,uiiu ill
u. ".'.o miKit'iita an to wiiptiw liu-;
incinorU'i r worn iiuinnt ir nu
pIciiBiml, uiid rt'iiortcd Hint uii;li-usai.i
niiiiurlf loom up I'l irp In Urn inliii"
'f both niiD ami woiu.'ii.
.' Larga Nawipaser Coll.clion
W hat l laid to be the Inrgt-Kt col
'txtlon of otwnpper Id the world
Hi been opened to the public In i
t.epuper museum at All la-Chnpelle.
lermany. Anuing lu collec-tion of
I'iO.OuO newnpnpert ire ctjrlonltle
frwn til over the world. Including an
Kklmo pnper from the middle of In.it
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Saddles, Auto Tops
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IONE CASH MARKET 1
WEDDING BELLS RING
An out-of-town wedding of
The George Frank Family e n
joyed a reunion, Sunday, at Iler
niston. A picnic dinner was serv
ed at the noon hour at the Advent-
ist school building. Those present much interest in this community
were: Mr. and Georpe Frank and i took place Sunday, March 1st,
dwghter Hazel, Mr. and Mrs.! inNewberg where Mi3s El va Hal
LoydKing and daughters, Irisjsiger, daundter of Mr. and Mrs.
and Loretta; Mr. and Mrs. I lob-j Louis Balsiger of Ione. became
dit Helms, Lilly and Hazel May; i the bride of Melvin Kathan of
Mrs. Dewey Gibbs and daughter, j Mfdford. Rev. Mr. Gleiser of the
Phylis, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Row-: of the Methodist Church officiat
ell, David and Edith May; Mr. iog. 'mi-c--' i-iony was performed
and Mrs. Homer Frank, Homer at thh;i e uf the bride's grand
Jr. and Patty, of Kennewick. I parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Mc
Followinglhe reunion, Mrs. Lew-! Nay at h'-jh noon. The home was
ey Gibbs and daughter returned I beautiluiiy decorated; the living
to their home in Gresham. j room with dafodils and ferns and
tr i 7,, , , I l'vm room with pink and lav-
Helen Blake was six years old, cnder sweet The marria?e
Friday and in celebartion of this!vows ,..ere exchancred under a
event she entertained a party cf beautiful arch and in the same
young friends during tne after-;house, under the same arch and
noon, inose m attenaancs were, weddine bell the bride's narontu
Jimmie Barnett, Ernest McCaie, L.ePft 1in;t( ;n m hrv
MaryanneCorley, Iris King, Al- vearg before. In this same Mara
an Howk. George Griffith, June! r- BaiSIver's three tAr were
Gnffi,h, Dyrothy Farrens, Char-: married and Mr and Mrs Mc
lotSpsrry, David Rietman, Wil-; Kay renewed their marriage vows
maLobyns.Children'sgameswerein celebration of their fiftieth
played and refreshments of jello, wed,imir anniversary.
i , , "
cnocoiaie ana caKe were served
by Miss Helen's mother. The lit
tle girl received many presents.
SPECIALS evsry SATURDAY
Now is the time to look'your spring h
machinery over. You may need some
extras for your plows and ..arnws.
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Don't forget our Red & White spe
cials each Saturday and Monday.
They will save you money.
Preceeding the service Miss
Cleta Stretch, cousin of the bride,
sang T Love You Truly". The
Mrs. George Snider entertained ; wedding march was played by the
a party of friends at her country ! bride's aunt, Mrs. Homer Parett
home last Friday evening honor- The bride wore a dress of new
ing Mrs. Noel Dobyns whose birth ' blue satin. Her veil was held by a
day anniversay was on that date j tripple wreaths of orange bios
Mrs. Dobyns was given a hand-jsoms. She carried a boquet of ros
lerchief shower. Another honcr,'es, sweet peas and freesia. Miss
guest was little M iss Joene Brown ! Gladys Gregory of Los Angeles,
who was five years old on theja sorority sister, was the bride's
same date. This little lady also only attendant Miss Gregory, wore,
recieved - some birthday gifts, j a dress of lavender georgette
The evning was spent in playing crepe and carried a boquetof lav
500, four tables being in play, ender and pink sweet peas. Mr.
High honors went to Mr. Lew is' Wendell Balsiger was best man.
Batty; low to Mr. Harold Render Both thebridegroom and best man
Continued on last I
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were attired in blue serge.
A dainty three course luncheon
I was served following the wedding
service. The ice cream was round
' white bricks with pink cupids in
the center. The bride and groom
jeach cut their own cakes. Mrs.
jKathan's was a white bride's
cake. Mr. Kathan's was a brown
stone front. Mrs. Kathan's two
Continued on Py. 6.
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