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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1931)
IONF, ORIXON' FRIDAY, Mar. 27,1931.
THE RED AND WHITE
I!. (.KLY HOME SCENE Vol.1
OK AJO.LY I'AUIY .
. r. unci n-, Hnl O Ely wore
hostst Sunday at the iwwUnjny.
Able dinner arty Riven at their
home on second Rlreet The ocea
fion wn in celebration of the sev-intv-lhird
of rs. Ely s father. W. I'. 1 ul- ..... ,, . em,lllu,nn,n,vn.
mater.of Morgan. ldes the
host and honr gtst, hose pros- j)ramnliCi MlnnieNorm0yei fir8t
ent were. Mr. ant mn'. w. r,.
Quito a large crowd was in at
tendance in the school auJikirhm
at the declamatoiy contest held
Fridry evening, March 1U. The
winners in the high school divis
ion wore: Ore torical; Donald I ltd
OITICIAI. OKCAN of IONK II. STUDtNT f'.OUY
Ralph Thcim4rn, I'Jifrtf
Friday, Mar. 27, 1931.
Linilstrom, Mr. and Mrs. H. E.
Harbison, Mr. and Mrs. K. I.. Ek
IcUrrv, Mr. rmd Mrs. RoodKkle-'-rv.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Ely
and Llizabeth Head, alternate.
Humorous; Jeanne Huston, first
and Walter Hristow alternate.
The judges of the contest were
Miss Montgomery of Lexington,
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. hart
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Moiiran and family, Mr. and Mrs. w ji(a(j o( jone
Klvin Ely and daughter, Mr and. Tht,'lii8trict Hh'schod con-
Mrs. Hert Palmateerandchildren. t t ... , h , . Sntl.r,iflv
(Iioige Ely and son, Francis, W.
(!. I'almatecr. Wallace Mathews,
Mr. and Mrs. Alfreil Troodson
and daughter, Frances. Edith and
Margaret Fly. Kev. W. W. Head
and daughter Elizabeth, Mr. ami
Mrs. Martin Ilauernfeind and son
Mrs. Willard Farrens and Mrs.
Delia Corson. A most de'icious
dini.er was nerved by Mis. F.ly
a id after a pleasant afternoon
March 28 lone, Iiexington, Hard
man and Heppner will be repre
sented in this contest.
The county contest will be held
With spring football practice
over, baseball practice has been
started and quite alarge turnout
is obvious. There was no practice
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churuetcri.m llioe niijwrh new silk stock"
ings, nt their entremely moment price,
vhich you eipcct to find only In the moro
Select yours here today in the season's
loveliest shades. Full Fashioned, of se
lect quality Japanese Silk.
Chiffon oiul Service Weights.
Added reinforcement for ex
tru strength and longer wear.
AN ASTOUNDING DOLLAK VALUE!
Large Newipapsr Collection
What In Kiilil In bo Iho liutfext col
lection of iK'WHHi)t'it In tlio world
linn been opened to the mldlc In a
iiowNimpcr imist'iini at Alx luC'Impelle,
lenn:iiiy. AmotiK lis collection of
1 ."50,000 iu!vMiiiiirs nrc ciirloKljles
from ull over tlio world, Including un
i:kliiii pHper from the tnldiHe of hint
T. HA ilk. tlT
iker and sons by the High Schor 1
male quartet, besides eight enter
taining' liooths and side shows
w'lich : er. esent the variou.i class
e.''. The . ominal ce of te.i cents
uil 1 e charged for admisn'cn.
First class o d, consisting of ,
cikes, pies, coffee,
MRS. ROY LIEU ALLEN
ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE
Tues lay on account of rain. N
games w ill be played for son e
time fo quite a bit of pra;t ciU'
will be available in the meantiir..
a i!ilorium of the High School
A;ril 3. All indications are for
tlu indications are for a success
and everything is 1 eing done to
make it the best ever. The even
ing's entertainment will consist
) i of twoone act plays, cowboy sonps
Preparations are iroinu forwai
tor the carnival to U- held in tl s ' Kolu t I;Al3 ami Donald
I WE REPAIR 1
t Boots, Shoes, Harness
Saddles, Auto Tops j
Side Curtains. i
Leave Repairing at Oscar Cochran's t
E. G. Noble I
IIEl'I'NER - OREGON
Support Your Home-Town Merchants.
Buy Your Meats at
SPECIALS every SATURDAY
Phone 32 Tone, Oregon
Mm. Roy Lieuallen entertained
at Bridge. Thursd.iv afternoon.
cikes, pies, col lee, ice cream, . , , , . '
, ;i i.0,.m i...,'March19' honoring her mother,
tainment Brown. Present were
a ' Medamea Carl H. Brown, Har-
r a cTrDM c t a n : ltin McCur,Iy- George E. Tucker,
tAblLKIS olAK Verner Riotmann. Oliver Kin-
The O. E. S. Social Club met in cace c.uj F Feldmann, Gather
regular session on Friday after- n. Kin -:t:!e. Dale Brown. Chas.
nwn at Masonic hall. Mrs. J. W. Bc.ckc r.t! W. lu r C. Corley, Martin
Blake was hostess. Other mem- e. Co.uv, I'.-c Mason, Lee Beck
bers present were Vesdamec R. ner, Iyjuis Borgevin and Miss
E. Harbison, A. A. McCabe, Roy Katheri FHlmann. Mrs. Beck
Lienallen, Oliver Kihcade, Peter ttt won hign honors and low went
Timm, Carl Feldman, John Krebs.to Mrs. Kincade. The day follow
Ella Davidson, Ray Ikezley and ing Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Brown
BRIDGE AT RIETMANN
GIRLS CLUB OROANIZED HOME, SATURDAY
A club for girlscf nine years or Mr. and Mrs. OmarRietmann and
oler has been organized with un. Inez Fr eland entertained at
Miss Fern Engelman a3 guardian, j Bridge, Saturday evening at the
Thursday is the regular day for Rietmann farm home,
meetings which are held imme- present were Mr; and Mrs. Vic
diaiely after school. Themcmbers tor Peterson, Mr. aad Mrs. H.D.
are Winona Ritchie. Eva S an-' McCurdy, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E.
fon, Charlotte McCabe, Helen Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Lundell, Margaret Lindekin, An- Rietmann, Mr. and Mrs. Victor
nabelle McCabe Mildred Lun-; Rifctman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Man
dJ and aljean Ckrk. kinf Mr anJ llrs Henjy Smouse
" Mr. and Mrs. Conrad W. McNa-
BOKN mer, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mason,
To Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Smith, ' Mr and Mrs. Cotter, Mr. and
Thursday, March 19, a son. Mr3. Walter Corley, and Mr. and
. ' Mrs. Hugh Smith.
To Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc;. High awards were given Mrs.
Elligott. a son. Friday, March 20-Smith and Mr. McNamer. Low
c i. i 7. " score were made by Irs- Corley
Saturday, March 21 to Mr. and' and Mr. Tucker. Refreshments
Mrs. James Botts, a9J pound son. of ceicken Sandwiches, vegetable
. sulad and coffee were served.
POMONA GRANGE" '
Meets for all day session with Two Bates Steel Mule tractors
Irrion Grange, Saturday, the have been placed in Ione's trade
28th of March.
Complete Funeral and Servict
in our. N't w Home
$50 and Upward
A respectable burial without
charge for those w ho cannot
! territory tnis season, Paul G. Bal
siger is the local afent,
Commercial Tin Plat
The !urau of standards says that
! tin d:ite, m the term Is uned com
mercially, refers to sheet steel or Iron
; which has been coated with a thlu
; Iayr of tin.
Aermotor wind mills and Fairbanks-Morse
gas Engines at
i P. G. Balsiger's
i 4 ! 4 f rH i M f H i J
Anion the curious "cures" found
In un InveHllKiitlon In I'.iiIiiihI of
Irmitineiits for iihIIiiiiii were nwulluw
liiK U l:ir' lump of honey on retiring
lo heil, ii HpiMiiif ul of olive oil every
tilxht lifter dinner find n Kiooiiful of
Muck treacle iiflcr the lulddny meiil,
und two rhiiiiatl) (illlu every nluht.
I R. ROQISON
: ALL KINDS J:
:: OF HIGH ii
u:: grade MA-
- Motors reground.
tand fitted ta
I ground shafts t
Bearings poured I PI
Now is the time to look yourspring js
machinery over. You may need some jf
extras for your plows and harrows.
WE HANDLE THE JOHN
Don't forget our Red & White spe
cials each Saturday and Monday.
They will save you money.
Bristow & Johnson
Mil re Finnirnr niPTiitrp
va muz mcAunc uiDiAntc
H -And more, for they demonstrate conclusively our com
plete service which knows not the barrier of distance.
When loved ones are summoned to the valley of the be-'
yond, that call may come when they are many miles from
home folk and home surroundings. Our modern mortua
ry service is prepared to handle skilfully, decorously and
promptly the arrangements for such cases.
Phelps Funeral Home
CAY AND NIGHT PHONE (332
SHIP YOUR CREAM
MORROW CO, CREAMERY CO.
We Make The Butter
In your owm county
, From Your Own Cream
Eat Pride of Oregon
Butter & Ice Cream
Morrow Co. Creamery Co.
W. C. COX, Malinger.