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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 22, 1931)
Friday, May 22, 11)31.
THE RED AMD VHITE
01 T1CIAI. OKGAN of IONI. !;. 1. STl'OIi.NT i'.ODV
Kj!'Ii T!i'-i.ij,v n, L !iio
Friday, May 22, 1931.
Ihe public official who allows l.limrlf the fJightrst contact with
the f.r.-es r,f irruption becomes tl rirjslavc and cm no longer serve
hinm-it or his fellow man.
Mayor Cnnioc, Cliininn
yiUMhNT TiOi)Y I'ICMIC
THE MORAL WAKIViKI-:
VC'hen freedom, on hrr natal day,
Within her war rmf.rd cradle l;y,
An iion race aroi n j hrr stood,
HaijtieJ hrr infant brow in Mood;
And through the storm which r .
Their constant ward and watch. .
.. (!. '!,ili,r
T tW' 'it,
ftIS X 12-C This i the end of a per
- ! M ' . ( .k- .t. .J. i. J. .
Minnio Normovle enter!;. ir-.ul
Tit s newfpajr isapropo-.u-nt of peace. We Id.'evc
in in it not merely an ideal that we faintly hope may1; he
reelixed in the distant future but as a tfoal possible of
attainment in iarj;e measure in the immediate present.
It seems to us that fcr Chrbtian nations to Stsosn to
resort to tlu.' aihitrament of the sword in the settemtrd
of disputes is a species of iriminal folly that verges on
homicidal madness. We are covinced, howevr, that the
et:eme pofith .i taken by some of the advocates of
peaa-puts them in theii own light and hindirs the de
velopment of plan a for peace.
The declaration that under no conceivable circum
itauces would one sanction or sti ve in a war is tqmva.
cut to saying that we wou.d i.ot u.-.c physical force fur
for the protection of home and children, as Cour.t Leo
Tolstoi, who, asked if he would" interfere to prevent a
Cossac from beating his daughter, replied that he would
There wan no kcIioo! Friday;
May .r, dueth th Stucent I'odyj
having its annual picnic in the!
mountains. The Junior and Senior ;
classes made the trip in u truck
driven by Norman Ncl.s'm while'
the Freshman and Sophmoms i
vi'tit in Mr (Jrimos' truck. Tlic!
j.'ntiiv jrrcup drove to the French I
- j place near J lard man and spent!
J1! I)., . A;x, in O.,. ......!.. l 'I'l.l
,.;.....,... i ..x ,. m i with wnKinfr and Mar. Ll;da-
vi ij nu.inwil.ni av (lUUUt 0,l.ill.l . , , . ,
Friday mon.i u.;d the picnic . at th" C
Hj-ot was reached in time ta have' U;'S y1CWM S:,U(k'dt l"''!y
at, early breakfast there. ft'1!; ari"J, I're"k'"t i the
iiuk iw.Wn . ... pt'iiiur Clas, rrancis Fly. m si
ll W, UVA'VJl! AKUAU- .h.Mtelt for i v;.
ifil Efteb eacli fn-c a rb":t I'd!
In the last baseball rime ' f the
season Ion dof.ated Ariinton
Hi,jh tJiool last Thumlay May
'II with theijuite decicive score
'lli.t'i witli Tj wins In as many
SCHOOL Yi- AK
' "TPE CAT"
A l -c crowd wes in jjltcnc
at the Siudent Body play pre
scntee by the Seniors last Thurs
fn the school audifurvum and a
substantial profit was made from
when the meal wa.i co.npk-atvd.
All the'hijrh .'-"hool faculty c
cedt Miss Leaven-:, who vvr.i a j
f!ent pave short .sjx-acV.'s. Foilow
m these talks, Mr. Ih-nd -ave
the principal address of the overi-'
The first inning ended scoreless
but both teams beirr.n acorintr in n . i
, , . K . ,1 All semester exams have Ucn
, . ,. , , , ;. ' U.:e and the scnool house (I(,or.i
scoies and ar!insl.)ti 1. 1 he r s-t;., nu lt , ,
,,, , I.. , . , will be locked waitm next iivp .
of tlie j?ame was all lone s as Ar- i . n ,l, i , ..
, ; , ., , ,, . In all th s has been r quite suc-
I. Upton failed th rally and never' ,.,.fi ,,rn, f, j ... ,
..... iCessiul term lor In; lone ilih
mreaieovu tone s le:tl. ! , . . . 4. , , i
IIAIOKSI'Vinif IMvniiPT and it is not withyut regret t.nt .(,
Jb.MUKbLMUKIiAMiULI i ho vt.iulr.nts. e--,, .iumk. J
On Wednesday, May 13 the ; iu.'s . Ieave lhe buil(lin,r f"r ' I at a linger tourh
annual Junior Senior han inet i:!S. time thi.s u.rm. iinvc.vor lhis
was nu nn me .Mason ixipelia!I!v,,,.r tt.; i,., r(.n,,iri.(,ri.(i
'HE KfOWATT KIDDIES
Tl;e "sad iron,, f years past has iven way to the
GLAD one with self-contained Electric Heat provided
, ;;y wis ui.owau iviuuies. '.. "ics almost iron themselves
under the smooth, e.e;. I. r-. furnished by Charleie and
; Ciarr's Kluctric Iron. So automatic is rheir service that
I the nost modem Irons have atitomattic devices forshut-
ti'jjj oh'the current when a s:t temperature is reached.
Khcrs adjust tluir lemncratares to narticnlar fabrics at
with all bat one- of the Seniors
yeiir of achievnients l'ro.o the
present. In all there were thirty ; r;v
sUicents, three faculty members ! n 5Ual..a !,-.!!, f,!ri.
iuind the pamc.sal speaker, Kev. lMjys have niadc a V(.ry yout, s.1().v
W . W. Head, present
The Junior Class had been hoard
hip their money fince the first of
inp. The football season ti.de J
w ith lone havin won three f ::ri;c
lost one and tied two, bota wan
the first of .school in preparation Arlinpton. Hasketball was even
U4 mis unporiani sic.ai event. tter ane tho lent- did not wi
AMERICAN LEGION :
t the h.-r..',i:ot sho-.ved ',.. ,.i t
. .... .- Huvjiijiui,.-.u.ji, ii.c in,;,.) v. e:e
nolaekof prearation. ned chick-, runners upin the tounanient nn .j
en in generous portionons formed ; uls at Ariinpton and were tin -
the "piece de resistance" of the,', , I
r . . j lv qualified to piav tn the iru n-1
live course dinner and sup; le-.1 1 1-1 j
mentinp this were many other jament at Mihou - Free water. !
th'hclous foods. J The boys showed themselves1
Rulpe Thompson, the very pen- 'champions in baseball and won'
ial t.a'tmaster conducted the pro-! all panics played. A preat deal of,
r..ui in a very happy manner, credit is due nee couch Goorpe;
mine iiusion, Upal linn andiTucker.
TiS i-!LO WATT KIDDIES smoothway the WTin
'uks in a i X nu.iner tint nakes this ae-old job a joy
Their" irot.;. pleases V.vz most exacting home-maker,
j:oj ti;2 more ejecting she is, the beter they work.
Tl.e Kilowatt MIDDIES are on duty ironing day
and every day - to soring into service, the instant you
sr.ap thv' switch that summons them.
! ALUMNI NKU b
tliere are tin campinp aci'otnoda
' t n . ; i -. Iv it liar I I.un! 11 U work-ri-
ft .r hi hither in the June
'"'tape. Alfred l'.ali,;cr i a
i nt It -lit in .Vhii' iatitui and
' .::t:iMti w cli m .1. I'uitl.nitl.
j'tinr tu lii wuik litre, he spent
, .1 e.ir and a half in the L'niver
;it) ii aMiiiiton wlutc he .trnk
'niini-s atlipinitratiin. KuluTt
(irahill is alo a .student at Ad
it), 1 1'urtl iti 1. Janet "arlsi ii
l.il.inp a t'oininercial ctunse al
; n i;i'ii Stale Colkpe. The ciav
oi i'1.':' iiuuilvie.i Hun. lern
Knp iiiian i.- at l.uii.t u.t!i her
pareiils in inne. Ivlitn l.ly tuwk
ii.il trait" i at Monnimilh.
Tl:i'- year she i ' teachinp in the
j Ul ta Creek M'b ..ti. Rose l'let
! cIut is iinkinp lu r lumie with
! her nit il her hue, f.vona KiUliie
' is witli her pare in Portland,
(iarland Swatxon is al present
ul June, Fast yea.- Iu was a Mu-
ilent in an aval mi school al
Pacific Power and
ll.t... . L O . J
iiuuys ui yuur ocrvice
u UU J i .1
Lilill' j r.:ilJ i '' ''
Old Time, New Time
jr-y m $ T. iient 111 an awil-un scliool
& Good I'mie DanceslFr
iarm. Kohcrt Mit.ane is ei
Saturday Nitc May 23
Admission, 50 ct.
Supper by Auxilary
i( 1 K
L-sf V oJ
Come Early as We have to
phn ed in road ln:ihlinir
i The class uf 1!i;;m also niiinher-
cd seven. Mihi..,l Sniilh and
Mary IKaly are t-.kinp husiness
, emirses in IVntland schools, l'.eu
;tah J'eltyjulin is w ith lier parents
at ".lorpaii. Ken-.Hth Snunise is
! assisting liis fathu mi the wheat
ranch. Harold : 'noaid is at
'home on his fa'.hci's ranch al
, present. He has I ecu attending
j school at the ( 'rcpon Institute
iof Tcchnolopy, Portland. Gene
! Knpclnian has einploynient in
'Portland nnd Kemieth Akers is
; at 'the home of his father in our
'city. This conip'e'.es our list,
jone hundred twenty-six radn
! tes in all, sitv-ni'ie pirls and
! ill) -seven hoys. 'These yotinp
folks are all better fitted for life,
if durinp the time they have
iiccn lay nip their hipli school
1 foundation for a hiehcr educa-
uon, they have built wholesome'
ChUdKH ocer 10, 15d, Ladks, 25, Mat, 50c.