The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19??, May 29, 1931, Image 1

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JONi:, OK KG ON FRIDAY, May .2019.il.
NUMBER 51
FUNERAL SERVICES 1
FORKAS!. L. BEACH,
Grann- N-
Willows Grange Calendar j
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j 1 1 1 h (t aU'iiuar lor June ik an
A Great Throng Present as f..A.s:
Last Kite Conducted ' (, Jun- r.ili. Saturday eveninir
an old tiriif fidler context will
, fll.L'nl.i I 1" held at Hi'-' (Veil Hall. Old
I'lint-rul service for Kail Ii. ,,. , .
v.eio held at the family "Zl'1"
i i.i? lauie.s arc reciie,sieu in
bring lunch for two.
June US, is tin- regular meeting
night of tlr, grange with a sji'll-
did program arranged - Milk and1
Us Uses, llolstein llighuall will1
bererved during lunch.
(hi Saturday night, Juno L'O, I
the "riwect Family" will enter-1
tarn at the (irange Hall. Ma Sweet
and her seven imraeuve oaugn-j
are worth meeting a mall adn.ir.-.
u ii .ii fi i. u ill ln rlrirei il I
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anil ilicil U Ii i tome in i,e.ir.g.
In Mcmorbm
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Reach
home, in Lexington on, Sunda -afternoon
at 2iM w ith burial in
the Lexington cemi lery. l'v w-
W. Head, pastor of the (Wr-
.rational Church, officiated and
a quartette (oinp'.-ed of Mrs.
Trint I'ai ker, Miss Puna Harnett,
llarvev Miller and Frank Turner
sang several numhers nccompa
nied hv Miss Ktilah McMillan.
Ki ll Landlord eaeh was horn
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MORROW CO. GRAIN !
GROWERS INC. ;
Notice is hereby given of the j
annual meeting of the Stockhold
r.i of Morrow Co. Groin Growers;
t Lexington, on Monday, June,
PROSPECTS AT WEI1
SPRifiGS BRIGHTER
Visiting Expert Declares
Indications Favorable.
J. A. Harbke and L. H. Estes,
5, at 10 o'clock, a. rn., for the' tne vveiis bprmgOasfcUiICo.,
.lection uf officers and the tran- accom. a ied by Sara Foster of
action of such other business as' Portland, visited the scene of the
may lawfully come before the uniiing operations, Monday. Mr,
meeting.
K. B. Kkie
Secy Treas.
Poster, who is a man of years ex
I crii alf this line of work,
; was I ; i . hli-.i re by the company
I in oruer tnat they might obtain
his opinion of the prospects for
'gas or i. : Mr. Foster thinks the
igas prospects are really remark-
On June 7th the I II Clubs .i
meet at the II. K. Cool home. Par-
CALL FORBIDS
Sealed bids will be received
We wish to thank our mai y
fjvndi for tier help, kirJncss
I'uiiiiiiiM ( '. r:i n ii. Mill nii'i't n'
ton. May 1 M. at the ae o! I (.xjl!KU)lli OI, Ju(, 27 wi.,, .
f, year.. 10 months and It. days. SlIllL.M;i,u.r c. (- u,,,
In January, r.n. ne was mar
riel to Klsie rainier and three
nous were born to this union . . f ' ,..;.,. a 'the Hoard of Iircutors oTSeho .1 an 1 Svnipathy during the sick
Theseare Lawrence of Walla Wal- a ! jcnic llIlt., wj i. served rt Pitrtct No. 10 furtransportati. n and death of our mother,
la. LhuivI of Angeles, and iwn Conu. t..4,.y. i0f pupils of aljiive said district : V Mrs. Katie Petteys, and also for
llarol.l ,of Lafayette. Indiana, j j th(, beautiful floral of fer-
The widow also mimves. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kathanof, 13 LL rtl!- vl 1
Mr. i;,uch sH iit most of his Kivcrton, arrivedin town Satur ,UP toa,c including June 3. lyiil.rgs sent.
.' ir.c' his I ovhoed in Lvsir.i'. dav and are the guests of Mrs. 'Hid must lw filed withthe PL, i Olive L. Lngelman, Katie .
ton and has been piomitu 'it in Kathan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. trict clerk.
be reliyious, iiic n:id l.u; in '.s Luis lialsiger. The young peo
life of hisconiin.inity. At the time plan to remain until the middle of :
of hi;-; death .Vr. Hiaili was en- next month. '
Carl W. TnK'dson
Clerk of l)it. No. 10.
. Swunson, Millie Newton, Edith K.
Xichoson, KuthF. Cos.-man, Geo.
! A. and Albci t 0. Petteys of lone.
in th
ment and hard- '.-cuKlxn.xf
ware business in which he had
built up an enviable reputation
fur integrity and fair dealing. For
a number of years be served as i
memU-r of u.e school Imard m
this city and was a leader in Con-
gregational church uad Sunday,
Sehiol nrtivittts.
. R. ROBISON
Jall kinds j
i OF HIGH t
GKADEMA-
OtCNINIC WOIvKt
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Carpenter Wosk. Paii.tinj, Pa- jj Hearings poured
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ner ll.ino'.nu .iik (.mera KV - ,'. land lilted to re "
.""f-,' , .f- I T
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p.tir Work.
tut Pride ol Oi vf.on
butter Mill Ic- C' cam
1 ground shafts t
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MACHJNE SHOP
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Jjuinmuiq D?rd
tuafAsaiONto nosiuu
AT
;oo
You'll Soon He Wearing Them Too!
Wouiru nho know, nro diiovcriiig that
the nine rurt'ful uttcntion to detail
dia.ractcriz.cH tliCMe superb new iik toek
ings, at their extremely modcut price,
Mliidi you expect to find only la the more
exiH'noivc Iiohc.
Select yourn here today in the ieason't
lovcliet hadcn. l ull Fashioned, of e
lect quality Jupuneec Silk.
Chiffon und Service Wcigkte.
Added reinforccnu nts for ex
tra utrcnglli und longcrwcur.
AN ASTOUNDING DOLLAR VALUE!
WE REPAIR
Boots, Shoes, Harness
Saddles, Auto Tops
Side Curtains.
Leave Repairing ni Oscar Cochran's
E. G. Noble
UEITNEK - OKIXON
Market Prices Paid
FOR YOUR PRODUCE
SWJPT and COMPANY
Victor C. Peterson
Women'sTopic Club
Ruth Rietmann, Sec.
Members of the Woman's Top- ?LIe "! that the company is
;c Club and their husbands were stlfied mk ng ? for gas.
felightfilly entertained at bridge, fhl3 test " be made within two
Friday evening at the ranch Home v'etk3 A Packer will be installed
of Mr. andlMrs Victor Rietmann. a 'Pth 315 feet and a trap
Refreshments of home made ,nstf 1 ed at ihe; Dnllin will
ice cream, wafers and cof fee f Me(i unLtl1 test 13 made-
were served. High scores were At Prescnt the ho,e 13 423 ftt
made by Mrs. Lindstromand Omar "cep-
Rietmann; low by Mr. Lindstrom Aerrnoto"r wind miIls and Falr.
and ilrs. erner Rietmann. Be- banks.Morse Ras Engine3 at
fides the host and hobtess there p v
. . in ! i.kj. Dalsigers
were jiret;ent: ir. and Mas. AI-
bcrt Lindstrom, r. and Mrs. ; Work is progressing nicely on
Edward Rietmann, Mr. and Mrs. the annex which the American
Uinar Rietmann, Mr. and Mrs. Legion boys are building on the
Werner Rietmann, Mr. and Mrs. Legion hall.
Walter Corley, Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Man
kin, Mr. and Mrs. Leuis Bergevin,
Mr. and Mrs Earl Blake, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Smouse.
The Legion ladies sold 225 pop-
f! Saturday. Everyone is eager to
I help in this good cause.
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Phelps Funeral Home
PHONE 1332
Ileppncr Oregon
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PRODUCE WANTED
j; ' Frawlcy Clra ke Produce Co. of
; Portland will be represpnte in
this tciritory a'ast year by W.
ji M. Eubaliks.
! We solicit your Produce trade.
Armt
Lnc, Ore en.
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PHONL 32 lone, Urec.cn.
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BERT MASON
lONli -OREGON
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Now isthc timiiio look yourspring i
machinery over. You may need some t
extras for your plows r.rici h?.rrow?4
Wli HANDLE THE JOHN
DHKRELINE
Don't forget our Red & White spe
cials each Saturday and Monday.
They will save you money.
Complete Funeral and Scrvia
in our New Home
1 $50 and Upward
I A respectable burial without
charge for those who cannot
pay, from
Cases' Chupel
0!i,Wbat a Story!
Money
to
mm
By Peter B. Kyne
less?!
Dmer Clarke had money
to burn, and there were
plenty ol people willing
to hand him a match.
Here is a sprighdy, stir
ring tale of now you
have it; now you lose it;
now you End it again
maybe.lt is Peter RKyne,
America's great story
teller at his very best.
KewSsrte Siarttagta
II" cum vmw tdkam I
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Bristow & Johnson
MORROW CO. CREAMERY CO.
We Make The Butter
In your owm county
Frop Your Own Cream
Eat Pride of Oregon
Butter & Ice Cream
Morrow Co. Creamery Co.
W. C. COX, Manager.