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IONE, OREGON) FRIDAY, June 19,1931.
ANNUAL SCHOOL MICKT
McMurray, Johnson, and
Harris L l.cttd
The nnnual school meeting wnft
held at the hchool house )unllly
afternoon. Considtrablu interest
was taken thin ytur and 72 legal
voters were present. A. K. John
son was elected director for aterni
C. Troge who recently moved
away. Ralph Harris was elected
clerk for a term of one year. Mrs.
Delia Corson, the outgoing clerk,
was given a vote of thank for
for her fourteen years of faithful
and efficient r,ervic3.
The Kpfcial District tax carried
by a vote of S'J "yes" to 21' W.
H.o newly elected school board
held a meeting Monday evening.
CALL VO BIDS
Sealed bids will be received by
the Hoard of Directors of School
District No. :iT, for trj siHrta
tion of pupils of said district to
lone. Hids will be received up to
N'rs. ()sc;ar Cochran returned
recently from a pleasant visit
at tl.o home of her daughter, Mi p.
Sam Warfield, who resides at La
M'.vin Kathan left, Tueeday,
for Ashland, where he will take
! it t'1 ... I
of three years ancLaxton McMur-! u Jsimm" r course m u.e auummi
ray for a tesm of three years, U)j(),Wn n1 Mr. Kath-
f ill out the udexpired term 0f T. jn uu,'u ,as f,ar,n " venon.
oui nexi year ne win noiu a posi
tiod on the school faculty of Co
quille Mrs. Kathan remained ir
lone at the home of her parents,
Mr and Mrs. Louis Ral.siger
Mr. and Mrs Fred Ueckneranc!
Mr. and Mr?. 'Merrill Seton of
Waidituckna, Washington were
over Sunday guests at Ice Deck
Friends here receiven inforn.a
tion of the death of the brother
of Miss Hildegarde Williams. She
was located at th home of Mrs.
Verda Ritchie in Portland and
reached her home near Sea' tie in
time for the funeral services which
were held Friday, June 12.
Here Wc Are
bers of the grange. All grange 'ELEVATOR COMPANIES
; -jtH' r!i -:r.'vfKt
J IV' Art' i rt r, 'j i ' ". " r k-t? -
Clark & Linn jZ?
Carpenter Work, Painting, Pa
per Hanging and General Im ¬
ladies are asked to bring pie.
Mr. and Mss. C. W. Swanson
rnd Mrs. Frank Lundell and two! The Stockholdees of the Jordan
.na!I children motored to Grass Elevator Company held their an
v'alley, Sunday. They had theinual meeting at the Rhea Creek
pleasure of a brief visit with Mrs. scho01 house' Saturday afternoon.
John Wilt and Mrs. Ray Blake1 The Allowing director were
and on the return trip, when near ,elected: Laxton McMurray, Hen
Wasca, were caught in the flood Ty Smouse, French Burroughs, A.
waters caused by the heavy rains: A cCabc and Oscar Ptterson.
in that district. They were delay- j Last wcek the Farmers Eleva
en for an honr and a half. When Klevatcr Company of lone held
.ic.u ivuiua uiey anam encounter- r8 r n nwhW FnV P,.
....... . . . V Wig
stron. wa v leeied to serve as di-
a half sister of Oscar Cochran a 1
toed to lone Saturday and all
wvre over Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Harris at the Park Ho
tel. Mr. and Mrs Woodcock have
returned to their home but the
young man will remain for seveal
i HirrL ill " t i t i v .1 r .t.ii
-.r..n:.4 i.u--1 r-1 Mfc villi
and including July 15, lj:U, on' Oscar Cochin I as learned of ;" ot JOnn voc ,ran. ai.a Granfe ha,l( Satur(, nj h Af j
Jh.MlovinKrouM.Uy.tM: j the sudden death of his sister, "ved for many years at Heppmr t,r you have made the acduaint
lone to Ix,.Heckner,H and pick Mrs. Viola Patton at her home in 'nd was khown by many m th s J lJ h Jw
uplUi-chke'H bvlHiislrKevin's'Seattle. She was 73 yvars old at vicinity- .an.e of Ma Sweet and her seven
l'nr.ll,..r,C Uu.u '.-..,.L ,. t 10 tllTl Ol her llCal l. A (JUU1T 1- ""ii'i WiM. I. IAI1 o 6 ,rfT..w tl.-
i Ml Ut'VI r( AIM It tltff"t
wait for a while.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harbison
Jr. of Morgan were week-end
visitors in Hood River.
Mrs. Harvey Ring and two
daughters left bit Friday for a
week's stay at the home of her
sister. Mrs. Glover Peck at Stan
field. J. E. Grimes and wife went to
Walporton a little fishing trip,
last week. Mrs Grimes' con and
daufhter-in-law, Mr and Mrs.
Ixmis Pyle, were also camping at
Walport. Mr. Pyle has been in
recto ivi u term of three years
and Leonar Carlson for a term
two yea c.
W. E. Bullardand son Ellsworth
and daughter Eleanor of Gold
Beach are calling on old friends
in lone this week. Mr. Bullard is
1 also looking after business mat-
Mr. and Mrs. Keithly Blake of
Klamath Fall3 are here for the
harvest season. They are living
lo i.! or reverse.
Route 2: Henry Smouse's, Fred
Jiankin's, M. J. r itzpatriek't-, to
lone tr reverse.
Route'J: McNabb, Ernest Heh
Iit'b, lx-dbetters, Perry-lkliker,
IickupCooU (. AlcNabb, to lone.
Hids will idtobe received for
jnmlor work, school building and( b
1 jrround , for the year lSKJl -'M. tj
The Hoard reserves the right K;
Xt reject any or all bids.
Cxrk ot Dis!. Jl
for all harvesters at
ter of Charley Cochran, she was,antl 8on Edwin, of Cor.il it n o-' joy the social hour with the mem-
Boots, Shoes, Harness
Saddles, Auto Tops
Leaiv Repairing at Oscar Cochran's
E. G. Noble
. R. RODISON
; CHINE WORK
M tor rcjjrounJ. ?w If
Hearing poured Jni Jj
and filled to re
gr'und ihafls t
MACHINE SHOP U
in the Mrs. John Louy house oil
pxr health for some time but islStCJnd Street-
now much improved. Clifford McCabe who has been
Mrs. Allan Learmdof Darring-ista'in2 ,ith an aunt and attend
..... t i- t ling school at Mossy Rock.tW ash
ton, Washington arrived in lone, ! . , ' '
I ington, for the past year. return-
Saturday, and will visit for fomejed to thh home of nis prent3 in
time with ber parents. Mr. and last werk. He was accompanied
Mrs. Paul Balsiger.
Mrs. Jar.2 Collins, Charley Eotts
and two sons Robert and Frank,
motored to Yakima, Saturday
s' rs. Collins, accompanied by
her brother Bill Stotts and niece,
Lorene Griffith, returned to lone,
Monday and after a day's visit,
motored back to Yakima.
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$ 1 ';oo
You'll Soon HeWcariiipTlicmTooI
Women wlio know, are discovering that
the tome careful attention to detail
t-huructrrizes these superb new silk lock
ings, at their extremely modest price,'
which you expect to find only In the more
Select yours here todny in the season's
loveliest shades. Full Fashioned, of se
lect quality Japanese Silk.
Chiflon and Service Weights.
Added reinforcements for ex
tra strength and longer wear.
AN ASTOUNDING DOLLAR VALUE!
Market Prices Paid
. FOR YOUR PRODUCE
SWIFT and COMPANY
Victor C. Peterson
Now is the time to look your spring
machinery over. You may need some n
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.
Bristow & Johnson
tMMW 'VfW lMW
Phelps Funeral Home
Erawloy Clarke Produce Co. oi
Ptirthin.l will be represente ir.
this ter.-ilcry as last year by W.
We solicit your Produce trade.
Complete Funeral and Service
in our New Home
$50 and Upward
A respectable buriai without
charge for those who cannot
by his cousin. Miss Lois Ander
son, who plans spending the sum
Mrs. Sam Hatch and Mrs. Fred
Alan un, motored to Pendleton and
Stanfield, Friday. At Stanfield
they were dinner guests of their
iriend, Mrs. Fred Painter.
Our Ball team journeyed toRu
i us, Sunday for a game with the
rJufus-lilalock team. lone lost the
Jame, the score being 4-5 Next
iunday lone will play Condon on
he home diamond.
Dr. and Mrs. M. R. Morgan
.ind their son Miltot, Norton Lun
dll and Dorr Mason motored to
'ortland on Thursday of last
eek to attend the Rose Festival
,nd visit relatives. While in the
jity they were guests in the home
A Mr. and Mrs. Williamson. They
alio visited daief ly Daisy William
son, Mr. and Nirs. Delbert Wi.l
tamson and Oscar Williamson,
whu now resice at St Johns. The
Margans returned driving a new
car. Dorr Mason remained for the
Citizen's Training at Vancouver.
This is Dorr's second year at the
E. J. Bristow and F. E. Robin
son, returned Sunday from an
enjoyable fishing trip to Oak
Springs on the Deschutes.
Eat fride of Oregon
Butter and Ice Cream
SHIP YOUR CREAM
MORROW CO. CREAMERY CO.
We Make The Butter
In your own county
From Your Own Cream
Eat Pride of Oregon
Butter & Ice Cream
Morrow Co. Creamery Co.
VV. C. COX, Manager.