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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1931)
I0NE, OREGON FRIDAY, May ,15 1931.
" 1 ILL! -itu. .Jgsa
a Hontf by lMen Lun-Ml. Lunch
i consisting of ic cj t ain take and
- ( c-offco wusHcrvedattalilcH. Flaj'H
The chief eac'.id function of Weru used an decorations ued car
tho pust week wax the dclhrht- nations riven as favoi-8. The in
fill party given Saturday after- vi tod kusU who were not able to
noon by the b-gion Auxiliary at at tt,n(j wero kindly remembered
the hhme of Mrs. Cole Smith on y u,,. Auxiliary ladies and each
S cutul Street, llvs occasion was r.c,.jvt.(j wr fiowcrtinnd flags,
h .nt.rlnjf wives and mothers or .....
Hoidi,. Tho Personal Mention
J. Linn. Ida Fletcher, Ma Peter-j Mrs. Frtd Mankln was hostess
Hon. H. M. Olden, W J. Wake, i f.) the women's Topic ClubTlmrs
J. P. Iuy, Alide MeNabb. Frank jay aftfrnooni May 7 al her ranch
KnRilmnr, Henry Clare, Dwijrht , jj .,rcscr)t wm. MS
Poor Little Wild Flowers
Freeland.Coh Smith, JohnGiiims
) 1I1VJI Wit O . . ,j 1 , .
and Oscar Cochran. Auxiliary; .ru,i,l
1 .r.. M.udim's Miss Kathryn, Mr. hlmrr Griffith!
meni'iers present were Mesnamts ' .
If Beckner, Victor Kietmann. ! Mrs. S. II. Hatch, Mrs. Harlan j
John Funis. Omar Kietmann, K. iMcCurdy, Mrs. Walter Corlcy.l
J. Wake. M K Cotter and rrs-U.Mrs George Tucker. Mrs. licit ; - '
Mankin. I Ma.son. Mrs. Omar KklmannJ Jhe car driven by
u ., Mm Wii tiT Tni. i knnvco ided with a truck driven
kv. Mm. llluin F.lackwell, Mr.-. , ;rd nn Mr.jby ArUy Vidbtrt one mi:
0 G. Hagnewood und Mm. Cleoj aor.xuunann anu ain. im.K. 1
1. . r,;t., M,. Mnirnv uim the 1 Mirier
"-v . .
i.rnesi miiKcr unucrwtni n
I major operation May (I, at The
! Dalles hospital He is making a
$mk$ Favor Dicersificatic::
onlv one iirenen'. who hud the di
tinction of being the widdow of
rivit War veteran, the mother
a SpnnUh War veteran and tbe'$1,i;)Ctary t(:6im1yt
nf - - a-;- n. Mf anJ Mrs ?rcJ R.tchic wd
Durinr the altcrnoon mere was
uunni uvov j moved to Heppner last
a piano solo by Mrs. Karl Wake, ' '
a reading by Mrs. Omar Rieiman week and plan to make their ho.re
a song by Eujrene Normoyle and there.
ihefiri'tof last week. The acn- M.'itu.ri tho taiir holla throu,. t ti-
dent happened at the Street in'- ueo of directed credit at a recent mcc'-
er section near the Lecion hi'b i"-: "Mho Alabama bankers' sricuitv.
crsecnon near mt wyon nan con,mUt(;e Alabama is conrrontcl
Mrs. Denny was Shocked and j , i:h (be problem of over-production c:
''ru'Sed. but not Seriously injurs d I tot'ou. The committee recommendet'
!.., o., v .! to bu-.ks that credit be extended c
lis. fcui nu. I'duij MUiLtis-U.
damage was done the truck.
Of 1 Ui'iL. X tili 1
DR. F. W. CLAUKK. Optome
trist and optician will be in Ioiio.
Saturday, Mr.y 10. at the Harris
Apartments, on hU regular visit.
nn. bettor eouipo d M take
care of your ey troubles. Special ,
1 ?n ;p, .tt: -i:- .f - T -r !t n,rt: J
. R. ROBISON
1 (l-o baMi of a fe:ity-Dve pr cent r
j tin Ihm In cotton acreage. Tha valrc
Mr. and Mrs Albert Fettey 4. ,f 1?ro'A,"?, 'r crrB,l':an
uu Liuuimi muioreu (oincjoi
)ay country Monday. They
eckirga new locytion.
Mother's Day .
Honored by Band
The lone school band gave a
pleasing open air concert Sunday
evenin, honoring Mother's Day.
That the patrons of the school
favor music as part of the course
of study and that they appreciate
the work being done by Lyle N.
Iliggs as leader was evidenced by
11-U ne.-tlns't aro belns; plained xtH'
tlio tl.ov. irlit of brlr.slr.p alnat a moro
li:Ja!ir'l aKrlcultnral program in tb.
of men :
Ul GRADE MA- :
I ri.iT!n.Y :
l.iw tirii-1'9 on all work. Twclvi'.e nnvi,' I
.,ir in IWtland .'f, M,for$ rtsrm,nd. 1 0
ily lor un j ears. m........ . .j. . He Jrinjis poured X ft
l:.n.l we invite vu to yiMt our J iinrins p mrtu
office. Centrally UMe-i corner M Jand fitted to re
(Uh and Washington Mrecta, --i
o:l M.Tihants Trust P.tiildir.jr. !?
' i I v
jus; acros s from the I mpi . ial llH-i .ji
Dr. F. W. Clarke. StK; Owner.
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YouTl Soon BeWcariiisTIicniTooI
Women who know, ore discovering that
the tame careful attention to detail
tha rue t frizes thrae nuerli new hilk atock
ings, at their extremely modest price,'
which you epcct to find only In tho more
Select yours here today in the season'
loveliest shades. Full Fashioned, of se
lect quality Japunese Silk.
Chiflon ami Service Weights.
Added reinforce'ments for ex
tra strength and longer wear.
AN ASTOUNDING DOLLAR VALUE!
Boots, Shoes, Harness
Saddles, Auto Tops
Leave Repairing at Oscar Cochran's
E. G. Noble
Mils Amabel Strodtman
Baccalaureate services for the
1931 fraduation class were held at
ihe Congregational church on Sun
day evening, May 10. The pro
gram for the evening was tho fol
lowing: Prelude and Processions
March, Helen Falconer; Congre
gotionrl Hymn; Invocation, Kev.
Stanley Moore; Scripture Read-
: tit r . . t 'iii.. n. 1 ...
mg; i ixve a L-iuie wKiage ,(., u ...u
Luttrell Trio; Sermon, Rev. b. . , l
wTUrtTU,.''!6 ; "' attendance. The chairs
.loore; rather, We Inank ir.ee . . , ,
r-, o . i . iwhic . i-. u! : in .ed to accomodate
Girls Sextet Uentciction. A, ,. , ...
. . . , , , the au-iw.s.- v ere filled and there
Graduating exercises were held were manv nutomobiles fillewith
m the sceool auditorium rhurs- , uners. Aside from
day evening, U ay U, at 8o dock. the number3 by the band there
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Iieardsley wa3 a clarinet solo by Miss Clara
of 'ihe Dalles, and Mrs. Elizabeth Nelson, wite Mrs Earl Blake at
Van Schaiack of Arlington v.erejthe pian0( and a cornet K0 iy
guests at ths home of Mr and!Raymon(1 Lundell, accompanied
Mrsr Lawrence Slocum, Sunday. ; by Mrs cle0 rjrake. The person-
lii.ss Mamie Brashtars was a'lof the band follows: Cornetr
week-end visitor with Mr. and Donald Heliker, Raymond Lun
Mrs. Stagel of Spray. Jell, Charles O'Connor, Eugene
A number of relative' and ; Normoyle, and Walter Bristow:
friends gthered at the home of .Saxophone; Carl Lindeken, Chas
.r. and Mrs E. T. Burchell on ' Lundell, Mabel Cool and Mildred
Friday to enjoy a bountful din-'Lundell: Alto; Denwrrd Bergevin
nntr. Among thos present were: and Henry Busche: Clarinet; Clara
Mrs. Lily Green of Portland, S. Nelson, Miriam Hale, HarietHel
E. Sigsbee of Heppner, Mr. and 'iker and Eva Swanson: Trombone;
Mrs. H.N. Burchdl of Sheridan. ; Ralph Gibson andFrancis Bryson:
,i p.; v t i.rttoc'Bas3 Hoorn; Robert Botts; Bass
and rnn. and Mrs. L. 1. Ingles . : , .XT , o.
oi mis city.
Joe Snelman and family denar
e l on Thursday last for Portland HIGH SCHOOL -v.
here tha will reside in future. ALUMI NEWS
J i Vf T Qt-fpn s-n ntrnm nrin-
cipal of lone school in 1D2T, and
that year there were ten grad-
' tiatcs- Kiu" Swanson is the wito
FOR SALE ' f l ranl I-lln(5eI1 o thc class of
T. in... .-,t '-. au tne niotner oi two nne
iiuci n.uiuuai v-uiiiuiiiu, Mut'inu
type, $800, terms if desired,
tc Independent, lone
; Drum; Ross Belle Perry.
resided at the ranch home of S
IIKITXER - OREGON
Market Prices Paid l
FOR YOUR PRODUCE
SW'fT and COMPANY
Victor C. Peterson
Complete Funeral and Service
in our New Home
$50 and Upward
A respectable burial without
charge for those who cannot
children. a boy md a girl. Ina
; Morgan married Terry hartei
j may and s-he and her husband
live at Mays. Oregon. Mrs. Bar-
i i 1 1 H 1 IItJ U V ' . . - . - . j " -
married F.dmond Bristow of the
class of '.'. Mr. ind Mrs. Hris
tow live at Baker and are the
i parents of two children, a girl
and a boy. George Ritchie took
a short course at O. S. C. follow
ing his .high school work. He
is now working for a florist and
is located near San Francisco,
Continued on last Fdge.
t PHONE 32 lone, 0reocn.
Now isthe time to look yoursprinfi j
machinery over. You may need some !
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.
a I ton
Bristow & Johnson
PERONAL SERVICE - -
Years of experience together with a moslern funeral home
and equipment permit ui to handle quietly, wiih decorum and
dependability, ever)' slctait. Every iffort ismadeto provide t
Phelps Funeral Home
CAY AND NIGHT PHONE 1332
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In your OWM COUNTY
From Your Own Cream
Eat Pride of Oregon
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' W. C. COX, Manager.