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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 22, 1931)
IONE, ORICGON FRIDAY, May .22 1931.
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PROGRAM NOV BEING
PREPARED BY THE
LEGION & AUXILIARY
A cordial invitation iscxtenih'tl
to all to attend the Memorial Day
program bcinjr prepared by the
American U'jrion and I 'it ion Aux
iliary. The program will be Riven
at Legion II II at in the after
noon of May Itt) The pruKrum in
Sontr by the audience; The Star
I motion ... Kev. W. W. Hea.l
Cladyw Drukcund Margaret Blake
Vocal Solo.... KuKene Nornioyle
Heading ........ .Kuth Kietmann
Violin Silo J Mrs. Sam Hatch
Addrvs .. lUv. W. W. Head
Vocal Solo., Th.-lmaCorle.v
Story of the iVppy, Mary Ileckner
Vocal Solo, Joel Kngelman
Ilt-ading Vivian Hajrucwood
VeraUietnian. Margaret Make.
Mary Hckr.er, Maine Hietniann.
ThcdmaCoiley and Gladys Drake.
1'ianoSolo ... Charles Dattersby
Benediction Kcv. ..W. W. Head
The Jay Hawk Stacker-Loader
At 1'aul Baiter's Implement
KiTcnn: - iiijjs
Mr. May Kllisand Mr. Unnie
Ritchie were married Sunday;
May 17, nt two o'clock, p. in. at
tho hon.e of Mr. Ritchie's sister,
Mrs. Ted Trotfeon Second Street.
Rev. W. W. Hea.l, pastor of the
Conjm'tfntionul Church, was the
of ficiatifijr clergyman. The bride's
home was formerly in Vernon ia.
The groom has been a resident of
lone nint a child and owns prop
erty on Main Street where he and
hi bride will make their home The
newlf weds have many well-winners
in lone. Thowj presen to wit
ness the marriage vows were:
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allstottand
sons, Alvin and Bobby, Mr. and
Ritchie, Winonaand Freddie, Niks
Kdris Ritchie, Franklin Lindstrom
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Ritchie,
and grandson, Billy Bucknum,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ross and son
Claries, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Troe
id ."IcoMUNin m
Walter Gibson who underwt r,L
and daughter MargunteundI)or-jan 0H.ratjon (,r anpendicits at a
risAllstott, IntheevenitiiralarKejI(.pI)ncr hospital on Wednsd;.y
number of friends gathered atof Jast week ia recovering niccl .
the Ritchie homo for an old f.,h- Char, j, am, family , t
iunl charivari ond to extend con-;Suni, at the Yj y Wama
gratuitous and good Wishes to hhomc.
the bride and groom. Icecream , , t .
rved to each self invited! r" '"K""""-"-'
, Grand-dauRhter, Dorothy Nel.st n two nephews, Eugene and Harry
drove to The Dalles, Saturday, to Kormoyle, were guests from Fr.-
For Insurance w.-e Louis Ualsipr-' ., . ... , , , i
. , . VISltMr. and MT3. Warren Sdaug: Continued on last l aye
er, lone. UreRon i
tT, Mrs Clarence Nelson who is
1 1 atient in a hospital in that city.
We are glad to report that they
founb theis daughter somewhat
Bruce and John Botts and Ray
inond Fletcher motored to Yaki
ma, Mondry. The young men air
Mn and Mrs. Lee Beckntrand
gent Reports Increased
Movement Grain, stock, Wool.
Agent J. VV. Howk reports a
decided incrc a. e in the amount of
freight being shipsed on the Hepp
ner branch of theO. W. R. V N.
Company. Much wheat is being
AND FM SPIRIT'
Over 200 people attended the
shipped out and live stock and j community picnic held. Friday,
wool arc moving. On Monday,
Krehs Brothers shipped 32 cars
of fhee to the summer pasture at
Fort Browning, Mont. Barratt
and son loaded 8 cars of sheep at
at the school house. The mothers
brought well filled baskets and
the dinacthus supplied was top
ped ( vith ight gallons of ice
crear.s. :.';Ion3 of punch and
the same time and destined for! five gaua of coffee furnished
the same summer range. The 40 by the fon- grade teachers. Dur
cars were loaded at Cecil and made
up two special trains of sheep.
iug tht t'i ict hour, Mrs. Hsriet
Brown, seventh and eighth grade
On Friday. McNamer shipped ; teacher, made a report of th dis-
3 car, R. A Thompson 2 and i rosition made of the money re
Krebs Brothers 1, all double deck-Reived last fall at the grade school
trs, to the eastern market. ; entertainment and carnival. In
Ture Peterson shipped a car of 1 1 the first and second grade
cattle to the North Portland Mar- room small tables were made for
ket Saturday. ne childrt-n and these and the
Recently Jack Hynd shipped n were d k
sneives were vmu. in iue uuru
two cars of wool, 80,000 pounds, ;
I r it l-
frm tra T Kn cVi i rmo nt -.nf KiU "UU JOUllIl grttUC TWIH,
rail to Portlan and thence by boat s,he v;es wfe built .thte 0,(1
to Boston. Mass. ;doub,e sea 'ere rht nto "n;
ge ones and statned. In the fifth
. ,. , . , and sixth grade room shelves
J. I. Purdy, traveling freight, were bujlt and a fine globe fugn.
agent was in lone, Monday, look-;ished and jn the gventh and
LIT I .If A I IV. Fll. Ti
The 0. K. S. Social Club held ;
its regular meeting last rrmayi
afternon at Mtsonic hall, nftwii
ladies were pres-nt. Delicious re
freshmenta were served bythe'.i
hostess, Mrs. R.
Continual vn Ittst
f Motors rcground.
Bearings poured X PI
fand fitted to re i
1 ground shafts
to. llttlLMWHUI Ul -f
MACHINE SHOP J
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You'll Soon Be WcaringThcmTool
' VComeit who know, aredlMcovcring that
the same careful attention to detail
characterizes theac superh new tilk stock
ings, at their extremely modest price,
which you expect to find only In the more
Selec t yours here today In the season's
loveliest shades. Full Fashioned, of se
lect quality Jpa,e Silk.
Chiffon and Scrvico Weights.
Added reinforcements for ex
tru strength and longcrwear.
AN ASTOUNDING DOLLAR VALUE!
Boots, Shoes, Harness
Saddles, Auto Tops
Leave Repairing at Oscar Cochran's
E. G. Noble
HElTXKIt - OKEGON
Market prices Paid ?
FOR YOUR' PRODUCE j
SWIFT and COMPANY j
Victor C. Peterson
PHONE lone, Ore on
Now is the time to look your spring
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.
ing after sheep shipments.
Bill Ahalt and Ted Murphy
eighth room shelves were built
and the final payment made on
the encyclopedia. A-ten dollar
went with the shipment for the'defi it iu the hotlunch fund wa3
uastern market While in the east taken care of and the costumes
Mr Ahalt expects io puachase a and other expenses incinntal to
truck which he will drive back to' the Health Pageant at Heppner,
a on May Day werepaid.The shelves
Oregon. :. J J t
;iti each room are to take care of
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Bartlemay' the district owned books which
of Mays motored to lone, Sunday. in use next &T'
Mr. Bartlemay returned home at'
once but ejs wife remained for a
longer visit wite her parents. j
Complete Funeral and Service
in our New Home
$50 and Upward
A respectable burial without
charge for' those who cannot
Karl Beach Dies
Karl Beach passed away at his
home in Lexington at four o'clock
in the afternoon of Tuesday, the
19th. Funeral services will be held
from the family residence, Sun
day, May 24, at 2:00 p. m.
The immediate cause of death
was heart trouble from which
Mr. Beach had been suffering for
Bristow & Johnson
PERONAL SERVICE - -
Year of experience together with a modern funcial home
and equipment permit u to handle quietly, wiih decorum and
dependability, every detail. Every effort l made to provide at
Phelps Funeral Home
CAY AND NIGHT PHONE I332
F.icluilveaifmU In Heroner for Peaeock Floral Co. of The Dalles
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, Manager.