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IONE, OREGON FRIDAY, June 5,1931.
Mill I.AM t I A t ION
No. tf CU-ar Davs .....
No. pat I ly cloudy days
No cloudy days) ...... .
Tolal prtcipl atlon
Thumlir St'ma, 1st und
Total rcclpitatit n ilnce
I or same period lat year .. 7..'!1)
Direction of prevailing wind W.
li. .'. llatlnsou,
Co uft'uttift! (t)san't.
The thermometer in lone re:, in
ters! i' lrgre i, f-'aturday. TIk
f "M'ei'K i('H)rt the wheat Buffer
ing from Lie!; of moisture. Har
vest op n.t: will fturt much
tnther this hoa.wn. Haying i al
ready on throughout the valley.
PAST N()iTl7lC GRANDS
Mrs. I'.laine Mick well was host
ex to tho l'ast NoUe (irands
(.'tub. Friday afternoon. Ilerguihts
were MendanwH Emil Swantion,
('. W, Swanson, Alice McNabh,
NOTICE OK ANNUA E
! ' SCHOOL MEETING
j NOTICE is HKitnY (;ivi:N to thy
lynl voWtn of School Dint. No.
15(0 f M,,rrow County, Oregon,
1100 t'u'Annuiil Meeting i;f Haid Dif
5(Hi:trict will he held at lone school
(j house, to hi gin at the hour of
o j I ::! o'clock, p m. on the third
lHIIlHJ III UIIIK , " ls UK' H.IIII
day of June. A. I)., HCJl.
Tiie meeting in called for the
purport; of fleeting one Sch o'
Director forthre ('5) yenrs, im
School Director for two (2) years,
one School Clerk for (1) year, to
vote the Budget and for the tran
saction of b'JMnetw usual at such
In dltlticli of the K'tonJ fend IliirJ
d.iu the iitlloUli.ill nut he rounlttl unlii
(nc liour after the tunic kt fur tt; intrl
li'fi In htRln. I'nlil the count hitfm, imy
Ictf.tl votrrt h.ill be entitled to vote upon
any bukliU'Mhcfuic the unit futf.
)trJ (hit 2!iJ Jay of May, 1031.
th lhi M. Corson
Here Th6y Come
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FAREWE! !. PARTY
Wednesday evening of lat week
Memorial I)nv pxorozcq nr.i
(ho nWttnn o'rtUn A;,.n r I fr.fiwl.ll party was given taMr.
trionand Virion Ailirv u, ,r. a"d Mrs' Ted Troe and dauh
Ruth Ii. A.ii'hi.,!Sntiir,iavftnr,uv.n!ni.n:it?r argurite, ly the Odd l)
Chm'n Sch,x,i it,,i : ir.,!, tv, rr.im ;,... .nj .. I w ana KeocKan iotg s. ine ev-
- - ceptionally g(KMl aitd the hall v. ;..s
BASEBALL i filled with an appreciative uuu
In thehuHehallirame. Sundav. ' t,nee Mary beautiful fbwer
U-e Howell, Krnost Heliker and! on the local field, lone won over; wt'r used in the decorations. Fd-
A! is:? Lucile IVi' tow. Home made
ice cream an ! cake were nerval
hv the venial hoUess.
Mutter and Ice Creum
Success ;s a treasure and
work is the key to it.
J& Clark & Linn J&
Carpenter Work, Painting. Pa
p:r Hanging anJ General Re
pair Wotk. .
All that a person does out
wardly is hut the expression or
completion of his
inu'.irit i Ve
Heppnerpy a score ol 0-2. The, 1(nvinK ine program these we;-?
hattepieH were: Heppner, Wilcox, taken to the cemetery. Early in
Correll; lone, Kitchie and Ever- the th Legion Loys htd
son- placed flags on the soldier grave .
ning was spent in games ant
lancing Refreshn ents were serv
ed and the Troje family was pr-
e:ited a beautiful autograph t
buni containing the nane:a d
k nd wishes of their many lone
f ends Ti e Troges are miving
t Clackamas. ThtL hiu ehold
uere shinved out Monday.
. a nrvnicoM t'r
Boots, Shoes, Harness
Saddles, Auto Tops
Leave Repairing at Oscar Cochran's
E. G. Noble
HEPPNER - OREGON .
I- It. KUUIbUN
t M tors rcgrounJ.
0 1 Hearings poured n
tand fitted to re
f ground shafts j
So:ial Events j
PICNIC AT "OLDEN HOME
At the beautiful home of Mr.j CHANGE MANAGEMENT
and Mrs. (Jrant Olden on Rhea j LEXINGTON FARMERS
Mist Amabel StroJlm.n
Creek, was held a big picnic ( n
Sunday, May 31. People from
all over the country gathered
there and spent the day on the
Uwn and undtfr the vude spread
ng, trees. A bounteous picnic
At the regular meeting cf li e
Lexington Farmer' Wartl.cu.e
Company, on Friday last, Ctr.e
iinner was served at no n, and, ' n- -- -..
aiiuiidiry winces wi cnostnii
mmagtr. Mr. Dinges takes the
pldc. -..S S. Strtdlman who is
Jeav.i;' ne for Saciarrentc,
Cdlitvii:., and thence for places
i l:u i i : it. i m me c " i yon i me cuuiuiy.
oniaiier cnuuren uiuyeu hi inc. - -
iwings, and many of the bo.s
put in most of "the old swimming
generous helpings of ice cretm
were served to everyone in the
afternoon. The young folks ti -joye
croqn.'t and Unnis, while
others played horse shoes. Th
hole". Following is a list of the
people attending the picnic: Fiona
i-exington and Heppner; Jtck
Qu.ring, Gene Gray and family,
Djrran, Hugh Shaw and Roy
Campbell and their wives, Mrs.
Anna Heiny and two grandsons,
!r. and Mrs. William Campbell
Continued on last Va.
ANNUAL MEETING OF
GRAIN GROWERS IXC.
J. W. Wade and wife oi Stan,
field were week, end gnestsinthe
home of their daughter, Mrs. If.
L D jvall of this civ.
George UcMilLn and return
ed to his home in Cherry ville, Or.,
the first of the week.
He was accompanied by Miss
Naomi McMillan who will visit in
the vicinity of Portland for sever
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hunt and
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rhule arrived
home, on Friday from a short busi
ness ttip. They were accompani
ed by Mrs. Etta Hunt who will
visit relatives in this city for soms
.in. r" .nr,it'-'n.p Si '
r 1 $1;oo
You'll Soon He Wearing Them Too!
Women who know, art discovering that
the tame careful attention to detail
Vhuraclcrien these ituncrh new silk stock
ings, at their extremely inodent price,
which you expect to find only in the moro
Select your here toduy -in the season's
loveliest shades. Full Fashioned, of se
lect quality Japunese Silk.
Chiffon and Service Weights.
Added reinforcements for ex
tra strength and longcrwcar.
AN ASTOUNDING DOLLAR VALUE I
Support Your Home-Town Merchants.
Buy Your Meats at
IONE CASH MARKET
SPECIALS every SATURDAY
Phone 32 lone, Oregon
NTow isthe 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.
Notice is hereby given of the time
annual meeting of the Stockhold
ers of Morrow Co. Grain Growers
t Lexington, on Monday, June
3, at 10 o'clock, a. m., for the
lection af officers and the tran
saction of such other business as
may lawfully come before the
R. B. Rice
O. J. Cox and wife have had as
their gnests for the past week,
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Cox of MitcheL
Phelps Funeral Home
A number ot peopls spent Sun
Jay in the Blue Mountains, ir.joj
ing a short fishing trip, Amorg
these were O. W, Cutsforth, Ar
chie Nichols. A. L Hunt, Elmer
Hunt, Carl Allien, Alex Hunt and
v1' their wives. ' ;
Fred Fortner of Wasco made a
short stay at the home of Mr. and
Mrs.J.F. Lucas during the past
Frawley Clarke Traduce Co. of
PortUr.d will be represente in
this Uiritory as last year by W.
We solicit your Produce trade.
The members of the Chistlan
Bible school of which Amabel
Strodttran has been secretary and
teacher for two years past, as a to
ken of appreciation, presented her
with a gift. The presentation was
made by Mrs. Kail Miller, superin
tendent of the Sunday School.
Walter O'Brien of Hillsboro is
visitingat the E T. Burchellhome,
Walter is a nephew of Mr. anu
' Mrs. Burchell.
Bristow & Johnson
Complete Funeral and Service
in our New Home
$50 and Upward
A respectable burial without
charge for those who cannot
Aermotor wind mills and Fairbanks-Morse
gas Engines at
P. G. Balsigers
It takes very little to satis
fy a wise man but nothing can
satisfy a fool.
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.