The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19??, March 13, 1931, Image 1

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VOLUME XVIV
IONE, OREGON FRIDAY, Mar. 13, 193!.
NUMBER 40
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ANDREW CARLSON
CROSSES THE BAR
Horn In Sweden, He Pioncrcd
In Morrow County
Andrew Carlson died at a Hej
pner hospital 1 huruday, March 5,
at the ago of HI years and 25 days.
THE RED AND WHITE
DECLAMATORY CONTEST
OFF
Vol.1
MAC HI TOURNAMENT
The High School Boys basket
bull tham made the trip to Milton
1CIAI. ORCAN of IONE H. STUDENT ItODY
Ktlpk TboMiwo, Ediuv .,.''
Friday, Mar.,1 3, 193K V '
No. 23
Funeral Sevices were held from Freewater to play in the tourna
Cases Chapel, Heppner Saturday, merit, Fridoy, March 6. Two cars
March 7, at 2:00 o'clock P. M.
The body was then shipped to
Portland where another Hesvice
was held in Kmanuel church Mon
day, March 9, at 2 P. M. Inter-
ment was in Rore City cemetery.
were taken, one driven by Dtrr
Mason and the other by Norman
Swanson. They started from lorn
at 7:00 o'clock, Friday morning.
lone lost the fame with Adam
by a scoe of 52 -2G, which wasn't
It v. Mr. Johnson of the Emanuel the best of luck, but the boyi
c.ircu officiated at both service?. have the satisfaction of knowing
Mr. forlaon was born Feb. 8th
ltwO in Brunsitan, Sweden, and
there was mr-rried to Sophia Carl
son. They cawe to the United
States in 1880, living in Illinois
fo- one year. In 1881 they came
t Oregon and took up a home
stead in the Gooseberry district
that the Adams team was a good
one and it was no shame to le
beaten by them. Pendleton won
from this team by a very large
margin in a game played Satur
day and it was only by the ad van
tage they had in the height of
players. The first half of the lone-
where they made their home for i Adams game ended with the score
many years. In 1913 Mr. and Mrs.
Carlnon retired fsom active work
and moved to Portland. Here Mrs.
Carlson died March 81. D28.
Since that time Mr. Carlson has
made his home with his son, Leo
nard Carlson, on the ben e ranch
He is survived by three sons and
two daughters, Carl Kmil, Victtor
Leonard. Oscar Bernard and Hilm
Ar.anda Warfield of Gooseberty
30-5 in favor of Adams. The lone
boys rolled in the last half howev
er and made 21 points to Adams
22 in the last period of play whic h
made the score 52-6.
The players and Mr. Tucker re
mained that night in Walla Walla.
They attended several basket ball
games and a show.
Eight players made the trip be
sides Mr Tucker. They were
and Addie Caroline Olson of Port- Darfon Clark, Norman Swanson,
'and. francis Ely, Dorr Mason, Milton
MARCH MAGAZINES
ARRIVING
AlltheLateMag
azines Can Now Be
Found In Stock.
If I do not have your favorite
I Will Get It.
RECORD of the Week Records
NOW15ct.
BERT MASON
Ione - Oregon
PARSNIPS
Big, tender Parsnips, at the
WINDSOR RANCH .
i mile down the highway, be
low the elevator. While thyelast,
three cents a pound atehe ranch.
Fr Country
Wlum we iwik of u free coun
try, we uutan country wlioie lawt
ami cuatoQia encourage Individual
cltlnenj to una their own judgment
In niHttera which do not directly
menace public aafety or public de
cency, Arthur Twining lludley.
I R. RODISON
fill inirr
kl
t OF HIGH,
GRADE MA-
X
WlCHINE WORKi
i I CAREFULLY
K I DONE. f
Motors reground.
O ; ; Bearings poured ' ' PI
a . . a 11
land litted to re
I ground shafts.
MACHINE SHOP
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Ml 11 Theliookie 111
TISM, W4 M&u -; ' "
Morgan, Earl McCabe, Norte i
Lundell and Ordie Farrens.
Pendleton won the tournamekt
championship and is allowed to
play in the State tout narr.ett pt
Salem.
MUMPS
1 Quita a few cases of mumps are
are reported in the community
nid some of the students are
forced to remain at home, recov
ering from the disease. Among
ihese are Virgil Esteband Walttr
Bristow.
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me dchaid x
Boots, Shoes, Harness
Saddles, Auto Tops
Side Curtains.
Leave Repairing at Oscar Cochran's
E. G. Noble
HEPPNER - OREGON
44 4
Market Prices Paid
FOR YOUR PRODUCE
SWIFT and COMPANY
Women's Topic Club
Ruth Rietmann, Sec.
The North Ione Woman' Top-
The room tryouta in the declam '
a ry contest were held last week
vith the following adjudged as
If I n t A I" a t !nlt M V rfA Mna-i Snttn f
oratorical, Helen Smouse andNor- 5' Club w ntertancd Saturday
man Swanson; dramatic, Francis
Troedson; hum -rous, Giait Con
way. Juniors; Oratorical. Francis!
Ely and Ralph Thorn psen; dramat
ic, Elizabeth Head and Minnie
afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Edward Rietmann. an exception
ally interesting program was car
ried out as follows: "Besrinninzs
of High Schools and Colleges", a
paper by -Vrs. Omar Rietmann;
Normoyie; humorous, Jeanne Hus cQi cwi u.. .. '
wayne Lieuallen; dramatic Mar- t i-1 ' .
earetEI,;h, Char.es ?L;A ES?S
Wrong with American Schools",
a book r-j-.iew by Mrs. Henry
Gorger.; Piano Sob by Mrs. Earl
Blake. Present were: Mrs. Earl
Connor. Freshman: oratorical.
Donald Heliker; humorous, Wal
ter Bristow. In the grade school,
7th and 8th grades: non-huworous
r i t i , i MJian. i icsciik were. ours. Z-dri
CarlLindekin and Eugene Nor-;piQi, w-i
moyle; humorous, Eva Swanson ! n.,M v v j.
and Mabel Coool. 5th and 6th: Knight Mrs. Henry Gorger, Mrs.
non-numoros, wargaret unae-. Albert Lindstrom, Mrs. Walter
kin and Mignonette Perry; hu-.Corley. Mrs. Elmer Griffith. Mrs.
morous, Junior Mason and Stuart' M. E. Cotter, Mrs. Inez Freeland,
Kankm. 3rd and 4th: non-humor-1 Mrs. Carl Feldman. Miss Kather.
ous, Kaetherine Griffith and Billy ;ine Feldman, Mrs. Omar Riet
Eubanks; humorous, Helen Lun-'mann. Mrs. Victor Rietmann.
dell and Harold Buchanon. 1st and Mrs. Werner Rietmann, and Mrs.
2nd; non-humorous, Mary K.
Blake and Paul Rietmann; humor
ous, Grace Lindekin and Van Riet-
W. E. Prnyne and Mrs. William
Beamer of Heppner.
Ice cream Wafe.s and coffee
were served by the hostess, Mrs.
Edward Rietmann.
THE LEGION
Thalone post American Legion 'rfqTAITRAMT TH MHVP
s giving a dance, in Legion liall, ! . ,
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Posts For Sale
Victor C. Peterson
PHONE it
Agent
lone, Oregon.
' Now isthe time to look yourspring
machinery over. You may need some
extras for your plows and harrows.
WE HANDLE THE JOHN
DEERELINE
Don't forget our Red & White spe
cials each Saturday and Monday.
They will save you money.
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Rooms in the Harris building
opening on Main Street are be-
Extra good cedar posts deliver- ing remodeled and fitted up for a
ed at your ranch, 15 cents, or; model restaurant which, whn
will trade for Turkey Red wheat j completed about the first of Arril.
Address, F. H. Miller, Box 403, wm be occupied by Mrs. John
Ione Qre- iCrimes. Mr. Harm already has
POMONA GRANGE 'seplr-g rooms upstairs and will
Meets for alKday sessionwith fit up mor rooms as thcy are
Irrigon Grange, Saturday, the needed A P,easant ,0y will be
28th of March.
Complete Funeral and Servict
in our New Home
$50 and Upward
A respectable burial without
charge for those who cannot
pay, from
Cases' Chapel
provided in connection with the
testaurant. This arrangement will
All a long felt need in Ione. Since
the burning of the Ione Hotel, we
have been without hotel accomo
dations. SUPERIOR DRILLS
Are no Experiment but are the
Product of Experience. The name
tells the Story.
P. G. Balsiger
SHIP YOUR CREAM
TO
MORROW CO. CREAMERY CO.
We Make The Butter
In your owm county
From Your Own Cream
Eat Pride of Oregon
Butter & Ice Cream
1 Morrow to. Creamery Co. fi
H VV.C. Cox, Manager.
CHEERFUL APPOINTMENTS
Bristow & Johnson
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Jhat convey the spirt of ease and comfort, known
only to the home modern mortuary equipment-courteous,
dependable and decorous service all these and
more are provided by
Phelps Funeral Home
DAY AND NIGHT PHONE 1332
CUT FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS