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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 3, 1931)
playlet, -"The Auto Age", hav
ing five characters was given.
"Mr. Perkins" was Ruth Mason;
"Mrs. Perkins" was Fannie Grii
fith; "Mrs Bumper" Delia Mc
Curdy i "Lotta Bumper" was Ma
ble Krebs: and "Buz" was Kath-
aon, II. Rankin, J. Howk, Klla!
er scarfs and bed-pads that are
to be sent to the I., 0. 0. F. Home
Davisdon, II D McCurdy, Main
Ulackwell, Delia Corson, Vina
Louy, E. U. Lundell, E. C. I Hi
ker, L. Howell, and Alice McNalb.
An this was a social meeting,
the afternoon was spent in play
ing games The delicious refresh
ments consisted of creamed chick
en. pie and coffee The club has
completed the pillow slips, dress
Friday, April 3,1 931.
PAST NOBLE GRANDS
MrB. M. K. Morgan entertain
ed the Pant Noble Grands Club
at her ik'Kunt farm home, near
Tuesday evening, March24, was
I Till- lnstuiy of Liberty ia history of the limitation of
governmental owt, not the increase of it, When we resist,
social night of Locust Chapter,
I therefore, the concentration ofpowir, we are resisting the pro
0. E. S. Twenty-seven members
weae present and all report a
pleasant time. The following pro
gram was carried out: the play-
enne teiuman. following the
play a piano solo was given by
Margaret Blake anil a piano duet
by Hila Timm and Miss Bork.
licenses of cltuth, because concentration of rower is what always
precedes the destruction of human liberty.
lone. March 27. Tho.se present
were the Mesdamcs J. E, Swan-
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W' Efts Hn
Pacific Power & Light Company
Pays per Share Annual Dividend
YOU would have cirncd SylO.CO if you
had bought only 10 si:?. res cf our VV'
Preferred Scud: sbrJt 13 :.n a;M ukn
wc of.ured it to local pcorie. la ti :t
time our shares would have jv.id u.u
dividends amounting to 910.00. And i ;v
You would not have had to worry or v. oi I;
for these dividends. "Ho you know ci r.:iy
easier w.-y of making money?
To our customers and others, wc arc no v
selling .$6.00 Preferred Stock for $1C.).CJ
and accrued dividend jvr share. This
means an earning of 6'n on ycur nrney
invested in shares of this $6.00 PreftrreJ
Every 3 months each share pays a dividend
of $1.50, amounting to $5.00 a year. The
dates foruying dividends arc February 1 ,
May 1, August 1 and November 1.
A Sound Investment
This stock is NOT a speculation. It is r:t
an uncertainty, not a mere possibility.
There is no guess-work about it. Facil e
Power iS: Lignt Company has been supply
ing electricity to a large part of the Pacific
Northwest lor many years. It is a suc
cessful, firmly established enterprise. Its
properties, worth millions of dollars, r..c
well-built and lasting. This company help
the succcrs of every home industry. It per
form! a big part in the evcry-day life cf
the communities and districts it serves. As
they thrive r.nd grow this company's bus
iness is also bound to grov. Situated as ic
ii, you will always be in touch with iu
growth and progress,
Ic is important when making an invest
ment to investigate and assure yourself
that the management cf the company or
business is reliable and efficient. We,
therefore, respectfully call your at
tention to the following local Directors
who manage and control the policies of
Pacific Power & Light Company.
J. C. AIN'SVORTH
I: IViieJ S:;:.i National Dank, Portland, O.e.
INWARD COOKING! I AM
P.rectcr l L'ntteJ States Nat.K'al ljan!., Portland. Ore.
fred s. togg
FioiJcnt, S:ctio:,TruuCo.,Tacuma, Vh.
S. S. GORDON!
Ca-hicr, ri.-jt National Uu.it, A'toria.Ore.
JOHN' A. LAIN'G
Vice Trci. a.id Gen. At'; , c! the Comply, Portland, C.
Vi.c Prct., Lewii Iiivcvtnxnt Coinr-any, PottlanJ, Ore.
II. C. LUCAS
Yice-Prei., Capital N.iuor.l EanL.OIyrrpia, Vaili.
LEWIS A. N't ARTHUR
Viie Pro. aiiJ Gen. Mgr. of ll.; Company, Portia J, Ore.
GEO. L. MYERS
Auittarl to l!ie Pretidcuof ti.:Con:pai!y, Portland, Ore.
Secretary i..d Tteuurcr of tlu- Company, Portland, Ore.
Danker, Spokane & Etjtern Tru;: Building, Spokane, W'aih
GUY W. TALEOT
Prciidem of thi Cytnfuiy, Portland, Ore,
THIS company's Preferred Stock has an
unbroken dividend paying record of
more than 20 years, or ever since the Pre
ferred Stock wr- first issued.
Thousands of men and women in the cities
and towns served by the company own
shares of our Preferred Stock, and have
never failed to get their dividends regularly
an J promptly, every 3 months on February
1, May 1, Augusc 1 and November 1.
We luve only a limited number of shares
to oiler at tnis time. We would like to
have enough so that every customer might
have at least ONE share, but on that basis
there isn't nearly enough to go around.
The last time wc offered our Preferred
Stock many people who wanted to invest
got their subscriptions in too late and
Applications for shares may be made at all
our offices or through any of our employes.
If it's not convenient for you to come to
us, phone in and we'll gladly send a repre
sentative of the company to you.
Remember these 3 most important points:
1. This is a SOUND investment ... not
2. Our Preferred Stock has never failed to
pay dividends every 3 months. This
6.00 Preferred Stock pays a liberal re
turn, considering SAFElY.
3. The company maintains a Resale De
partment to assist and Advise stock
holders who may wish to sell their
Low tmd steadily lowering eWak rates to i;uIu:U'U, ilenvstic, agricultural and other customers, along with
liberal rules for extending Ikies to new customers, p.rj stimulating constant demands for enlargements of
the company's plant end equipment, New capital nn'.:t be invested in large amounts each year to provide
for this growth, and to extend the nc!v:.ritag;3 cf the company's service throughout this wide-spread ter
ritory. Sale cf there shares will supply :...v capital necessary for this sound and constructive investment.
Applications ta1:?,i at all offi.czs cr through any employe of
Pdcliic Pwr & ilfilii
$100.00 and Accrued Dividend per Share
also have an easy pay:::M plan of $10 per share down and $10 a month
Cut out and mail coupon to subscribe, or for complete Information
tECURlTV SAVINGS k TRt&T
m&i NATIONAL BANlS
PACIFIC POWER l!C!IT COMPANY
Pr'rrc4 $iu! tf i.( IVrtUuJ, pftjon
(Mark X in 0 itirtj yiwr riimnmtim)
3 Mm Uvi )i.)n( u, 'HMuUt H tu jiv4 further Infjtmntiuili
Q I !iit id iitU ,..,.,-. iWeiyoirffaMcfifJ Stuik it prln
tl will t-''j Hivulartil r ilure; fnd bill tJ m liwinjj u:t inouiU tiuci
tj t WisH Id SuUrik' f-; -:.-,:.iiurei Vnut' $6 iWerrH Sto;k.8 4
I'aynicnt Flail l( !lJ r kliare down utid f 10 fcr hatc pc nlonch Until f IW.CX1 ShH
kecrued JivuLiJ .i rii.ire ti paid:
Q l'lse iiip....... .,:::r. shires yOUt ?6 Kc.'cticd StOiL t $imi idii)d
Hrf.rucd di vtdci'H );- ilure Kith Huff iittits'lttd tHrouyH
n wmm a resale depakt.
MEiNT TO -ASSIST AND ADV1SB
OUR STOCKHOLDERS WHO MAY
wish TO Sell their shares
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