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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 22, 1931)
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Published Ewry Friday by
W. V.i;uAi,F.,!;ior ljl)!i.sl)r.
Miss Amabel Strodtman
Friends and relaUvssof Lexinj!-.
ton students greeted one of the !
lartfist graduating classes in the
history of Ihehighschool on Thins-1
when the ten
One Year $1.50
Six Months 0.75
-rw Months 0.M i evening, May 4
graduates assembled tor com
mencement. The program was as
follows: Processional, Helen Fa!
coner; Invocation, Rev. J.R. Ben
ton; Salutatory, Maurice Rtaney;
Girl's Sextet; VMedictory, Neva
Warner; Annual Address, Carolyn
Entered as second Class umiu at
il Misiofri e ai lone, Oregon, under
Friday, May 22, 1931
In our desire to be merciful the
pendulum lus swung vi f iror , f inger of Pacific University; Pre-;
the prisoner and far .ju wv fiomthe sentation of Class Gift, Kmmet
Kuns; Presentation of Class, Ed-,
win Ingles and presentation of li- j
protection o society.
Eat Pride of Oregon
Butter and Ice Cream
r.KVKKI.Y IIH.1.1 - Well all I 1. :c
U Just whr.J'l road In tlio fa pom. utwl
believe me I have Una Uy found pupr
tllllU KOt ROIIU'thill!!
Its ttio "St
town of sit
Til om on, Vlrnln
Islands. IT. S. A.
Now you inlslit
have roail In th lo
rn I prrss various
referent' ti Mi'
iiliotit the coiiilitlon
et tlio Islands after
mfcif he had yImMihI .them
UJXtr-fl , J n few eek so.
v..m In nil f.iliMiiun In nnr President, t
plomaswasmaJeby R. B. Wilcox. ,'Umt ,hinl meat it cxiuiiy uh it
Those ICCCivirg High School iu reported D have been sal J. 11
Diplomas were: Vera Breashears,:
" hTWJMfcNJ the
Neva Warner, Faye Gray, James
Valentine, Emm .'t Kuns, Ellis May.
er. Archie V nkets. Ihrold Peck,
Orbw X'arli.i ;;r.d M.u.ice Hean
ey. Miss Ea:.i': M. Mill m arrived
home on Stiii.iy from Anione,
Ore., where she has been teaching
school for thepast vear. She was
accompanied hi B.li tternhouscof
With the close of school many
of the Lex in 2 on Unchets jour
neyed invrediatt !y to ttuir ho.TC.
IL'len Falconer left for Imnalia.
have In order to stir up a UUio Intei es".
iu them and perhaps be able to pet
them a Federal contribution of miiio
kind, have thought be was dolus tbem
a favor by bringing to the r "Mies cy"
the fact tlia they .vere : ad o.r tint '
any t te It teems to have bad the op
posite effect, and If you ever -aw' any
one up In ai i.it IU ihesi; Vlrjilnders.
Hi. . j U bow 1 happened to know and
S.'i in on nil this. It was a lovely lifter
noon, we had flown aot.n! several, hun
f r X i .:: ; if. .i Trl ;Ulad. Port of
Sn.-'n v-ii.-'i hov. i. Iv the llrltl-hl.
r.'.d Is a very beatitiful Island Just of.'
t'-.p nort'.i v.'-l e.lse of Vener.iel::.
We wrr. Iu.kIihI fc" Poi K!c f(,r
thrt n'.l t. amc dow i in ihn hr
ef St Tki fr ;a-. and mail. Its a
b raiiiful liltlo hailior. and a lovelv
Mr. and Mis. W. L BJjk.I;
hive moved their rchldcnci t
lleppner and thev are now otal
lihed In their new home, Mr am
Mis. William Smith have aht
moved to lleppner fii m this city.
Mrs. Fiank Vandctpoolaiul I ti
daughter, of I.ibhy, Mont. I av
been visiting frien Js and rtlrtivit
! Dan Cotter returned to his I ome
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Howell.
Mr. and Mrs K. L llcach lux
had as a guest tor the past week
their son Lawrence ol Walla Walla.
Lee Rcaney and sons o( Salem,
were business in Lexington, last
litwiin all points an Unlcsj
foclflc (and Important connact
Inglinailin Oragen, Wathingtan,
Idaho, Montana, (wott of and in
cluding Burt ani Havre1, Utah,
Novada, Ca'.i'om'.a and Wyom
ing (Crangor end wait), or.d
soma points In British Columbia.
Minimum adult tar 30c
GOING: May CO
RETURNING: JUNE 8
(Noma by midnight thv. Jc'i:
Ap proximo to
ROUND TRIP FARES
She was abcorrpanied ly Htkr i p'eturcs.iue mtio town, some mis in v
Wells who pl.uis to vif it in Fas:- h s:ltaMo r",kH "
it was a Nary hi'-te. but Ih'-y nr"
A. C Bechdolt and the Mrf- m)Vii,r: it av.ny. In the days before
dames Clarence Howell and F. W. An-.erK-a had ;;one -Itacketeer" Il iimi'm
hWrter plan to remain in this nI-: ,a!U! -h ;
i nin e fcur!ne!i, cr.rried on by exper's.
jcini'y while Principal and Mrs. : t iat ha. ma(e it f,.r Kl.neratinns. Then
ilogl'S and Miss Alice Yontgirj dnrlnsa time when our ambitions we- -L...
....... i l..ri,n.l Mice IVi.l M-cr than our JudR.-meni. why "
!'.mi!i ne ulion!il mirrnd cut
I Vail left for her home in Bal er. j , . .'bc -y .ntion.
I Elmer Hunt 2nd F. F. Eskel.ir
i accompanied by their wive?, rr. -
Now If thore is one thin that we
i!j wor:3 t!nn any other Nation. Itv
f. iv nyi mnnrri' MOMifiiul V elses ftf-
jtoredon SlUiday to Arlington, ; f(i.r3- Wtf are my orUlnal. nolo.ty eb e
' where they attended the Elks Con-; c;n see things our way (of course they
are wronRi. uui tney jum worn
b.or.dmindtd and let us fhow em luiv:
they should live. During t'lls axransln:i
thought vo on ;lit lo have Ihe Vii
IOO 200 : SOO , ICCO
MILtS MILES t MILES ,' MILES
AWAY AWAY AWAY AWAY
2.16 4.32 10.80 21.60
Children half far. Boggajo choikce.
Titkotj good on all trains and In
all cars. In Standar J and Teurijt
Slpri, add rojular ilcp:ng
As local agent
for daia! s
J. W. Howk Agt.
J& Clark & Linn 7
Carpenter Work, Fainting, Pa
per Hangingand General Re
Aermotor wind mills and Fairbanks-Morse
gas Engines at
P. G. Balsiger's
I There will be a free examina
, tier, of all children uhder schm I
age at the Lexington School Audi-
torinm all day. Thuw day. Dr. A.
B. Gray is to be the examing phy
sician and he will be assisted by
the County Health Nurse, Miss
: Edith Stallard.
j Earl Warner and George Broad
i Iy were week end visitors in Stat
j t!e. Thev went to that City in ti t
'interest of Discovery Bay Gold
! Mice No. 19.
Column "i plpuse
One N7 International
Combine. 800 cash
taKes it. or terrr.smaybe
arranged. Particulars at
Frawkv Clarke Produce Co. of
' Portland will be represente in
this territory as last year by V.'.
Ishmls. L.-.rnark ll b l'-ve !
va.o. They ownel em, and e Ju:
bniubt em, fcive em twenty five tril
li lt lets pet on r ltti ti e story. Mr
!iorver bad Just finished a sIorj v.l:h
the Senate and be needed a rest ra be
to Toila Illea. and also lo Ihr
W:.. . . i ...... i
made hla observntlons. As w bind on
this lovely afteinoin why I am llckled
to death to he able to fly by ami see
our absent countrymen, and pet their
reaction on our rresldent's visit.
V. ,iia Hdltnl- lltwl tl-.PV
said they wanted my visit lo offar't ; afKT 4 SllOlt Stay at the homed
his. bo I told em to n abend and malic 1
their rum. that t'soro no reason
they should take Prohibition rerlourly '
Jin t bcoause Ihey beloiiRcd lo t;te 1'. F
So with a bunch of them we nil wont
and bad a nln of Hum Punch, and I
dont mind telling you the Jalands
looked ureat lo me. I dlttsnnrco with I
Mr Hoover, they illdent look near nn
poor as 101110 parts of our Country. ;
Why there was no bread lines, No lied
Cross relief. I asked where most o(
tlia people were, and they mild "out nl
the Golf Course." That was the enly :
evidence of poverty I saw. Tor at yo.i I
know practically all our unemployed
are at ours. I
I sure liked the '..ve, rv.l wl hed I
could have stayed over a few day.i. M t ;
some mighty pleas
ant folks ther-. It
looked like a very
happy little com
munity. (Till the
President hit It).
Faw a few Marines
but as it was Anier
Icon territory, they
illi'rnt have many.
Cnuldent have been
si far behind the
times, they bad two
of my pictures
there (talkies) and one of them I
ha lent even seen at home yet niyel.'.
I was awful sorry tbrt they bail in' :
terpreted this Prohibition thing, at d
(i.iit selling their rum. and when I t
plrlned to em the Interpretation Pit t
the mainland of the I' S ha I put c:
Pie Aniendenieiit. why they wee
tickled to death, and started ii:! t in
ti );et ready to manararttire on a I I
I nave tliem t'apoue'a adihvs. !s I
wanted t i roc cm R't started with IU
brt '"Iks over home, where thev cm 1 1
jet the must for their pro hi-t. (if
ourse they wilt havo to r-tart f'o;:i t! e
bottom In reard to compeiltli n. f' t
P'.o U S had twelve years of IiukIm.' s
stint on them. Hut they will be M
rinht now, and (be next time a Pre. I
dent vkita them, their product vlll I e
making tbem rlcli Just like Chicaiu. or
any of their compctltlng centera. I am
ruin;; to bnvo thoi c Vlrj-inderi so rlrh
they will bo able to have 2') tho-nand
dollar funerals, and PreKblenls :nt
mean anything to em.
tt "j'. M'Ns'-tM Si- '!.. 1.)
From I'uxe 1
day until Sundry in the home ot
Mr. Heekner'abrooher, Fteil Heck
nerae Washtuckna. Wash.
W. E. Ahglt was an out-Koing
it . T I....
i passenger on iiiuhuikci iiivuwy,
Uvind forTojH'tiih, Washington,
for a visit with his daughter, Mrs,
llok-rt Montague. Before his re
mm ee way also visit his son Hai
:.M Ahaltnt King's Hill, IVV .
( onti'iuetl I'rwn l 1.
Hov'au.so of the tenible dunt
itorm, Sunday, a picnic plat nod
fir that day t'lnu'd out t nil tuso
par.y, bi t o 'eryi n enj yed I im
u'l just the saino. The jolly pit nie
p irty galh "red at the Joe G" pon
honio. Those present were: iv r.
mil 'i's. K. J, Hristow, Lteile
aid Walter, Mr. and Mrs. Gibon
and llalph, Dannio Porter, Mr.
and Mrs. P. G. Peter ion, Harry
i ml Elmer, Darothy nnd Melvin
Hrady, Anabello .MeCube, Mr, and
Mrs. Ralph Ledhetterand KhU He,
Mr aid r!rs. Liuis Htllaid h'l-
dren, Mr. nnd Mrn. Peter Tiiuir,
G .'oigsTnnm, Opalpinn. Mr. and
v1rs. Mac Stevens a d Mr. Wohb
from Roek -Cree't. 'r. a uU rs.
Spinlding of Arlington and Chris
Pet rson from WWiingt m, who
.. i i. . i. . ii . i
14 il triif.ui in run nr. ii n.r r . I .
Mri. Daniels it a guest in the
home of Mrs. M.Jordan on Second
Street List year she was rtsl
Jent of lone while k ping home
for her son, Clarece Daniels who
taught In the high school l.rre.
IONES NEW HOTEL
NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Ralph Harris - Manager
First class restaurant
Mrs. John Grimes
For DRAPERS go ;o P. G. Pal-
P R I N 1
Before contracting or
selling your wheat it Will
pay you to see L. Balsiger
representing B. G. and Co.
M. Kid.anks. i
! We ks licit your Pn otee trade. ' ?
I; j II ERE you can narr.c )j
; j: i your price and still de-
11 cide . . ."I will buy only g '
I THE leading make of tire ti i !
t ... Goodyear." t
SJk. . f i ,
INDEPENDENT GARAGEWu t"
n trtlsklt!4 " . 2 I :TJ i 4
1 Mkmmm ik li
mmm? mm i
1 V-.. &.&h&&mM 1 .
i ' Tmm i.Twim- km;
, X . X T-. . !' 1
"lUlNli BLACKSMITH SHOP' n
We are prepared to take care of your
shafting requirements by (he Installation of an
electric key way machine and a stock of shafting
In a wide range of sizes. We also have a list of
second hand combines for sale. Agency for the
Han is Manui'jciiiring Companies new combines.
irJ& J. P. OMeara, Proprietor -s
h : i"(--i-i-4s-44 .:::::::::! ..;::tnun::
$1-50 A YEAR
fWhen You Vi.Mt Heppner
Fat At TIip
Physician And Surgeon
Office In Masonic Building
-Trained Nurse Assistant
Q BMiiMja jaaBaanra waamaeL wmioaim
STRAUSS & CO.
Grain Dealers, of Portland, Oregon
Will Be Represented this Season by
W. M. Eubanks
It will pay you to see him before vout
1 sell your wheat.
4 t.4tt04" - (-4)
Dr. J. H. Mc Crady
A.B.GRAYM.D.I f. h. Robinson
X Ray DIAGNOSIS
Office; Odd Fellows Bld'g.
Physician & Surgeon
Attorney & Counselor
N III I'rin lli i- In l iiiirin
Dr. C. W. Barr
Phone M 1012 Gilmsn HIJ,;.
Evi'iiiiiji anJ Su!) a.), iin'in:n
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES,
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WAGONS..
Bates Steel Mule Tractor
PAUL G. BALSIGER"